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which stood near one of th« parlor win
DOINGS IN CONGRESS.
dow». Although I wa» In full light, h»
did not i^rrviv* me. Th* bunh. mood
bi'iwtrn me and the window, which w«»
Monday, January 8.
wide open, and •ntlrtly coucenlrd rn»
After the passage of the omnibus bill
fiom any one who might bn within. I
and a few mipor measures ami the fix
heard rny master cuter the room, and •
ing of January 28 for the delivery of
minute nftcrwardi: he waa Joinctl by hia
addresses in memory of the late Henator
daughter, whom I heard eagerly salt liltn,
Hoar, the senate devoted its time to
commission; to the many thousand
“What he had don* had h* been auc-
the stateh'xsl bill. At 4:23 the senate
acres of land in the state on which no
“He has (on*
Oregon Lawmakers Now in Session taxes are lieing paid ; recommends tax
The house spent the day in discussing
In ■ ha rah ton*
ation of franchises for state purposes;
“(Jone to Paris! Oh. what will be-
minor matter* and at 4:23 adjourned
improvement of sch'sds in rural dis
Halem, Jan. 10. —• The senate was tricts; favors single lM>ard for nonnal
com« of ma—what wlll baroni* of in*?"
CH A IT EH Ilf.
Tha mnriay baa always b»»n .nald regu I heard Judith cry, in n ton» of despair.
called to order by Brownell, of ( la< k- schools; more money for state game
Four years hav* paas*d away sine* larly to tha day. Onca I railed upon
“I lovnd him vary dearly! But he can
amas, who wax president of the senate warden; an appropriation for enforce
Tuesday, January 10.
that October ulglit I am now eighteen Mesars F*>gl* «nd Quick; but I found
not, h« will not. he »hall tint dcaert me!**
at the session of 1903.
He wax made ment of child labor law; further im
1 am tha last on* left of Mr Porter's them *tiff narked men, of bard and uure
“But hn baa dona it. Illa laat letter
a committee provement of roads by convict labor;
old puplla; they have all been "bagged" generate heart*. Two year* ago I wrote
ation of the joint statehood bill, the
wa» quit» enough. And now hr’» gone
Not Lest Intaretting Events
by sum* grim custodian, and carried off to aay that, aa you had pa-sed b*; otid
chief accomplishment lieing the accept on credentials appoint«l. The senate reduction of ex|a-ns«-a of state printing
off to Pari», to get out of the way of
I know not elilther Others hav* taken th* •< hool boy ag*, I wished for further
of tha Past Week.
office; placing state officers on fixed
ance of most of the amendments sug then adjourned until 2 p. m.
their place*, but 1 am still left. I tun luetmctlon*. About ■ week after. I got
At the afternisin session the cotnmit- salaries; a juvenile court. He dealt at
gested by the committee on Indian
melancholy, nuxsty and dreamy
My • ahort not*. **)lug that you were »till
length on the proper protection against
rending Is limited tn a few *eml religious to remalu with me; but a* they desired ha ahould not get beyond tha raa< h of
Henator Cullom report«! the legis new members were sworn in. A mo forest fires; gave much praise to those
Riots are breaking out among the
How ardently I long for a copy that you should not contract ell* habit*. my rrvrnga!** »he rrtod. excitedly. “But
how do you know he’» gone? Who told striking German coal miners,
lative, judicial and executive appropri tion that the senate proceed to elect a who worked for the right of way for
of Hliaks|>ear*, but not on* penny of I waa to give you *om* sort of useful
you ao? Perhaps you have been pur-
ation bill as amendwi by the senate president wax carried. Kuykendall, the portage road anil asked that the
piwket money ha* ever been given me; employment. Why don't you *ay some
Secretary Tslt recommends annuling committee on appropriations. The to- Miller and Carter were nominal«!. On United States government la* appealed
neither would th* lt*v Mr Porter bear thing. Hila*?" he cried, atrlklug th* la
“.\'»»t auch n fool. They’ll have to get the l‘a< itic mail contract with the Pan
the first ballot the vote stixxi Kuyken
of auch a book being brought Into hla id* sharply with hl* flat
tai carried ia »29,192,962, a net in dall 14, Carter 9, Miller 4, Pierce 1, to to purchase the canal ami locks at
up betimes to deceive me! In the fir»t ama ra I road.
Every Image of that on* break
"What what do you want m* to aay, place. I never made any Inqulrie» my-
Willamette falls. He favors whatever
crease of »434,772 over the amount ap
In my monotonous *«l*t*nc* Is Indelibly air?" I atammared.
The president re<ointnemlx the reduc propriated by the bill as paas«l by the blank 2. The vote remain«l practi legislation is necessary to help the
»4’lf, a friend that they couldn't bu*>pe*<'t
lived upon my memory; aud I can never
"Th* truth what you know "
government in the reclamation of arid
did that for me 11« left ten daya ago.** tion iri nuinlx-r of Panama canal com- house.
dlaassoclat* that mysterious child that
4 :.3O, the senate adjourn«! until 7:30. lands ami closed with the hope that the
"I don't know anythlug Indeed. I do
The sr-twion of the house was given
“What »hall I do whnt ahnll I do?” Inixeifinerx to three memlx-rx.
1 met under th* old Norman gateway not."
In the evening 16 ballots were taken
“Ami what ahnll I do?” hr cried, iu a
with ths Juliet of th* play
It has develop«! that Port Arthur over almost entirely todiscussion of the with no change except ax the I»emo- legislature would see the advisability
Th*r* wa* a aavag* look almut him. a*
atrang* memory eh* ha* left upon my though h* would hav* liked to haV* ■at age tone. And I heard him amaah had provisions for tao months and dia- bill on banking and currency “to im cratx xhift«l their votes from one to of an early adjournment and not to put
-iff the to last the passage of iin|s>rtant
prove currency conditions.”
brain, ah* la ever with m* In my dreams ■queexetl aomethlng more out of niy hie flat down upon the table, and ro.ild xenxionx caux«i the surrender.
another. Adjournment wax taken until measures.
Hhall I *v*r a*« her again? I am ever throat. Then h* took out of a dc»k be almost fancy I heard the grimling of hi»
The impeachment charges on which 10 o’clock Tuesday morning.
The president has apJHiiolit«! Ve*|>a- Judge Charles Hwayne will be tries!
Both branches of the legislature ad
Yes; 1 frei ■**iir*'l 1 ■ l<l* him a small gold lock»!, and paeaed teeth. “But In the tnrnnwhllr we nn.»t
The house is organized and ready for journed until Monday.
shall, I f.el that *h* I* In •om* way It to me, aaylng, ‘Thia wa* sewn up think of the present time. We Hre in siati Warner, of Illinois, to xuccevd were prrm-ntel just before adjournment
anug quart» r» here, and I don't (eel in
business. Mills, of Multnomah was
Interwoven with my destiny.
In your frock when you were brought clined to give them up. Brmember. if I Ware ax |M-naion commiaaioner.
and notice given that on Thursday they elected speaker over Kay of Marion,
W* n*V*r saw Josiah Cook again, but h*r*
I don't think aha who hroi-ght lost my chapel, I should lose the boy»,
Utah politicians say polygamy is op
MORE CONTROL OVER ROADS
the ballot standing 26 to 24.
I heard that h* had gons sway with tha you knew anything about It.”
too, for although their friemla would re posed by young Mormons and will die house.
theatrical company, who left th* town
It contained the portrait of ■ very ceive the tiding» of their death» with the
of itself if given an op;»irtunity.
shortly after ths Ilin* that marked my beautiful young woman a foreigner. I
Salem, Jan. 10. — Nine ballots were Purpose of Law Proposed by Vari
Wednesday, January II.
adventure. Th* llev Obadiah Porter, of should hav* Imagined; dark hair, nine utmoat ealiafaction, yet their conaci«*n< »•»
taken in the senate for president this
County Courts of State.
m * iim of duty wuuld be trou
course, at otic* settled his etsrunl pros tinged complexion, also a l'»ck of brown
The attention ot the senate today was morning without material change. At
City—“The Clackamas coun-
pacts by condemning him (• th* bottom hair, and upon th* bark was rngrnxed
divided by the statehood question and 11:30 adjournment was taken until 2
little wretrhre were under a matter of dent has designated him ax a special
the legislative de le
tha Initial* “F. B" and "E M " jolued lai morality.
With auch people, you 'commissioner to make an investigation
p. m. Negotiations were commenced
During my boyish day* th* po*t nt together bv a true lover*' knot.
amendments to the statehood bill ex by the opposing factions looking toward gation from this county, will seek to
••rvant was occupied by ■ very croa* old
"Th* woman who brought you here,"
cept one were agreed to.
a final settlement, and at 3 o'clock ad have enacted at the present session ot
womvn; but a twelvemonth previous to I h* went on. "wa* tall; and big boned; they don't rare for the humane. Now freight rates between the Atlantic anil
In the house the army appropriation journment was taken until 4 o'clock.
lit* twri«! at which I have arrived, ah* thin, whit* lip*; ■ no»* Ilk* ■ parrot' « the very day I atarted for Ihe city an Pacific coasts, and between the west
the legislature laws that will prove of
left, and her place waa takrn by a beak; light gray eye*. hi cobi a* stone, idea came into my bead, which a chance coast of South America and the i-axt bill received consideration. The ex- At that time negotiations were not
young woman of about twenty year* of Hh* wor* a front nt dark brown hair,
complete and a further recess wax taken material aid to the various county
coast of the I'niteii States ami of Eur-
ag*. When I c*a**d to attend th* achool dreaaed In email flat curl*, and bound all <|e|»ends upon you whether you’ll act ojie and to determine the beet policy of verely criticized by several members. until 5.
At that hour the senators courts of the state in the building and
room 1 wa* consigned to th* kitchen, and roiiml th* forehead by a band of nsirow upon It.’*
Attention wax call«! to the large re took their seats and the first roll call repairing of roads,” remarked County
h*lp»d In th* household work
Martha black valval; *b* wa* dressed In black
tir«! list of officers, which includes 236 gave Kuykendall the entire Republi
• nd I aoon became faat friends. Hh* •Ilk. • nd «or» a muslin haudkerrhisf »wer; but none came. After a moment,
A naval liattle in the Indian ocean iii brigadier generals. An effot was made can vote, electing him. Adjournment Judge Ryan.
“I have great faith in the eminent
used to *«y that had It U>>1 >>e«li for in* ernaaad upon her bosom.”
to reduce the pay of retired officers was then taken and the Republicans
tone, “You’ll stare when 1 tell you what
all* would not hav* remained a mollili
theory which ia being indorsed
While h* *|x>k*. a v*ll seemed lifted it la; but for your own pence of mind,
The miners' strike in Germany ia
In tha winter evasine*, from tny memory; th* woman seemed to
In th* hou*«
to duty with the militia of the several
The house was called to order by by the different counties of the state,”
after sh* bad finiahrd her work, w h*u stand lie for* me. 1 had trembled be ii well aa mine, you must I h » married.'*
states. This was aimed at General
“Married to whom?” she naked, drear
Mr. Porter did uol require our prearm-a fore those cold, atony eyes. That por
A bill will 1« intnsluc«! in the sen Miles as secretary general of Massa Chief Clek Thompson, Hpeaker Mills continued the Clackamas county judge.
at Llltl* Bethlehem, or at religious *i trait, too—my heart told m* It wa* my Uy.
Bailey of Multnomah “The enacting of such a law will give
“Rupgxwe I were to tell you that I had ate to restore the army canteen.
•rrlaes, w* used to «It by th* fir* and tnnther'a, and a shadowy remembrance
was elected speaker pro tern.
The to the county court of each county the
Hha had but llttla education; but cam* upon m* that I had been at *>me a husband in my eye? What du you say
The Colorado legislature has expelled
usual resolutions for supplies of stamps, right to condemn property for the es
Thursday, January 12.
to Hilaa (’arwton?”
h*r alirewd mind was a l>ett*r tutor for time fondled by auch * far*.
two aenatora in connection with the
codes and insp«-tion of state offices and tablishment of a new road, or the
I could scarcely reprma the cry that election frauds.
m* at that tlm* than would hava Iren
The legislative, executive and judi institutions, for printing the calendar propriation of additional property
The Rev. Obadiah Porter wa* evident
a more learned, sedentary companion
cial bills were read at length in the
ly disappointed at the result of hl* rev*
Russia has enter«) a protest to the senate and there was considerable dis and for obtaining newspapers were the improvement of roads already ee-
Th* aecond person of whom I mull latlon*
II* snatched th* locket out of •o strangely associated.
tabiished, the rights conferred being
“What!” she crietj. Impetuously. ’’I powers, claiming that Japan is organ cussion of the civil service question offer«!.
spesk conjures up a very different •«•t nt my hand, and then locked It up In the
Fifty bills were introduced and read identical to those already enjoyed by
marry that puny, contemptible, anrak'ng izing Chinese troops against her.
Itunge* I remember th* flrat Ilin* I **w deak again.
the first time. They will be referred railroad corporations.” It is also the
buy! You are mad!”
him was th* very evening after luy ni.m
“Wall, well. If ynu can't remember,
Oyama has received a large numlier, of foreign trade conditions by the de after Speaker Mills shall have an purpose of the Clackamas county court
“lie would make a very good bus-”
orsbl* escaped*, We were at prajera,
of reinforcements and Kuriqmtkin will partment of commerce.
there wa* a loud, ImpeHoue knock at the yon can't." ha aald, Irritably.
nounced the committees.
to have passed a law regulating the use
The house devoted it eentire session
make a supreme effort to crush hi tn
street do«r Th* lt«v Mr. Porter peut- when you are alone, or In bed. try and
to which all roads shall lie placed in
to the discussion of impeachment cede Klamath lake lands to the Unit«! the matter of heavy traffic, and still
ed and signed to the serva nt to answer think. Who know*? -you might bw the acorn fully.
before more arrive.
child of *om* great or rich people,” he
States; to create Jefferson connty from another measure that will place some
“Listen to me. Worm as he ia. It may
Appropriations, though small, will
Th* next moment there enter«! th* added, cunningly. "Think what an ad
bo n iwtter match than you suspect, I I m - ma«i for the Columbia jetty and of the Northern district of Florida.
parts of Crook and Wasco counties ; restrictions as to the use of automobiles
parlor • tall, elegantly dressed man, with vantage It would ba If you could And thought I
would call u|s>u Fogle and channel, and Fulton has joined in the
fixing salaries of state officers, and a on the public highways.
• remarkably pal* far*, the pallor of this out! But wa won't talk any more
Friday, Jan. 13.
I hav* something Quirk. In th* first place. Io endeavor fight for the Celilo canal.
large number amending town charters.
which waa greatly anhancad by a full, of thia at present.
mouey Increased. In conaid-
Further consideration was given in
glossy black l>*ard. black curling hair, ala* to (peak tn you about. Hilaa. It has
Douglas Men Demand Good Roads.
erntion of bis age; and in th* aexond
Two Santa Fe trains collided head on the house today of the impeachment
• nd large black *yea.
tine of thoa* much troubled ma. for aoma tlm*. to are
Sxlem, Jan. 11.—This was the first
Roseburg—A delegation of represen-
place, to try and glean a little informa near lavs Vegas, New Mexico, and three charges against Judge Swayne. There
arrange ahuddere. at which tha auperstl
day ot teal w-ork in the senate, and 37 tativ men from a majority of the road
tion. Just as I got within sight of the persona were kill«l and a number of
was a noticeable lack of interest in the bills were introduced as a starter. The
tloua cry out that soma ona la walking
door, who should i see coming out but others injur«!, two fatally.
over their grave, ran through me sa I long been thinking whether I couldn't
case except among a few memliers. The usual resolutions were offered concurr districts in Douglas county called upon
the identical old woman thnt brought the
l<x>k*d up at him. II* atood In th* door-
The Japanes war office has notified defense charg«! that the whole thing ing with those of the house for sundry the county court in a body and present
boy here. There was no mistaking her;
way. aud ea*t upon th* (roup a (lane* talk with my daughter. I've com* to the
the seemed to hnve on the very same Minister Griscom that it will lie wan a cane of private vengeance.
expenses and inspecting various state ed their petition and resolutions asking
of Infinite •corn.
The house concurred in the senate institutions. Probably the most im that the court take the necessary steps
drraa that she wore thirteen yean» ago; pleased to permit General MacArthur
"When you have flnlahrd your devo- aaalat her In th« care of the boya.”
My duties a* tutor were to commence and as to her face, it in one of th<»M* ¡rou to accompany the army of Japan in amendment« to the Philippine govern portant of the bills was that by Brown to provide this county with three seU
tlona," lie aald. with a an**r, addressing
which years »rein to have no Manchuria.
ment bill and sent the bill to confer ell of Clackamas, providing for a con of modern roadbuilding machinery, in
on th* next day. I really felt very prate- faces
my tutor, "1 hav* *oni*thli>( to say to
to him for what appeared, to my unao- power. ‘Here's my chance,* I thought;
stitutional convention to lie held on cluding that number of rock crushers,
The National Livestock association is
phlatlcated mind, a great klndneaa; ami ’I don't lone sight of you till yuu’r«
The senate today pase«l the legisla the second Monday in September, 1905. rollers, engines, etc.
Tha R*v Obadiah l’ort*r colored, heal so I told Martha when I went back to earthed.* Ho, instead of calling upon in session at Denver.
tive, executive and judicial appropria
tate<l for a momeut, and then rising, tha kitchen.
Among the measures were: To create good roads arguments were presented,
the lawyers, I fodow«l the old womau
Murk Twain is much Improved and tion bill and also a numlter of private a state mining bureau; to fix fees of and the matter was then taken under
ssld, with Ills devotloual whin*. "We
"Well, I don't know about being grate at a respectful distance.”
will lie able to be out shortly.
will ssk * blessing upon *11 hers, stid
county’ recorders and clerks; amend advisement by the court. It is believ
ful, Hilaa," she cried. "Depend upon It,
prsy n<> mor* to night."
ing act of 1903, and to regulate use of ed, however, that the court will act
Japanese cruisers await the Russian
With an etclamstlon of contemptuous master's serving hla own turn.
Hear Evidence in Public.
favorably upon the matter and that a
I wo pleanure vans, full of peaople who fl«-t in the Indian ocean oil Borneo.,
from Oregon streams.
Impatleuc*, th* stranger threw himself
large amount of good road building will
Paris, Jan. 14.—The text of the pro-
and If she was to go away, what would had l»een out holiday keeping fur the
upon tha sofa, hla head still cover«!. We
Seven more vessels have arriv«! at cedure of the international commission for the protection of forests against fire; be done in this county this year.
•lay. were returning to the town; the
wer* quickly huatled out of the room,
occupants were singing, shouting mid the Suez canal on the wav to join the appointed to inquire into the North sea
for new irrigation code; fixing riparian
and th* tutor and hla daughter were left •traugtr In the house. Now don't you laughing, in a moat vocifenma strain. To Baltic aqua iron.
incident was given out today. It regu rights on the Columpia, and amending
Gets Lower Rates.
alon* with their Irreverent visitor.
that you're tha very thing he wants?"
Dallas—A promise from the board ot
Sixteen degrees below zero has been lates the hearing of witnesses and vari general school laws.
Mor* than ■ twelvemonth
Martha's worldly view of the matter
away before h* came again to th* house
recorded on the Great lakes and in the ous other details. The most important bills were introduced in the house to underwriters at San Francisco that it
■omeivhat dashed my exalted feelings of kind occurred; either something was
points are as follows:
Then, llttl* by llttl*, h* became a fre
will immediately make a new rating
quent visitor. Mies Judith and h* ware gratitude; vat, for all that. I atiU felt Whatever it might have been, it detained
The official language of the commis
The two houses w ill meet in joint for Dallas patrons, and allow rebate«
very thankful for tha change.
very frequently together. I used often
sion will be French. Witnesses testi
them for two or three minute», during
on the old premiums dating from the
than fying in other languages will have convention tomorrow at 11 o’clock to
to see them «troll down th* road arm
which the bawling aud shouting contin for a siege against Vladivostok
acceptance of the new city water works
she wax at Port Arthur.
In arm; and by and by I began to ob
their testimony translated into French. berlain’s message.
last June, has caused the Dallas coun
In leaa than a week I found myself ued so loudly that I could not catch a
serve how Rtixlonaly *h* watched fur
word thnt waa spoken in the parlor.
The commissioners will deliberate in
While removing mines in Port Ar
cil to suspend for two weeks its purpose
Martha soon comprehended sola tutor to the Rev. Obadiah Porter’« When at Inst the noisy crew drove away
thur harlxir, one wax accidentally il is- secret and will hear the witnesses in
puplla. Martha was right; Mias Judith
Salem. Jan. 12.
Governor Cham of charging all insurance companies
how matter* atood.
the revelation that I ao eagerly desirod charged, killing 20 Japanese.
berlain read his biennial message to doing business here a license fee. The
“I don't Ilk* that Mr Rod well,” aha had grown tired of the work. and. aris to hear had paased.
The British claims will be first
need to aay; "and if Judith waan't quite ing tha opportunity of my Initiation, re
the legislature today, Indore the two license ordinance resulted from a fail
“May be he would not have me.” were
T. C. Powell, of Portland, has been sen ted and the Russian reply will
ure of the companies to make a reduc
*<> high In her manner I should taka th* llnqulshed It altogether. 1 now dine.! In the first words that fell upon tny ear».
houses in joint assembly.
th* parlor, but t«x>k th* rest of n>y meals
low. Counsel for both sides will pre-
liberty of telling her ao."
tion in rates promised when the new
sent final arguments.
Una evening I waa summoned from the In the kitchan. where I also spent my determined upon it? Brnidcs. you could
water works should be completed.
klti lien tn attend Mr. Porter In his evening*. By and by Martha called my soon make him a puppet in your hands.”
Russian troops are losing confidence
The commissioners will deliberate in
Among those of the senate were:
"atudy." When I entered the room he attention to a great alteration that had
There is constant secret upon their final report.
“Don't let us talk any more now*.”
Surveying Ended for Season.
Making eight hours a day’s work; to
.... ahnt III* door, and tak* a «caí. taken place In her mistress. Th er* wna
“Very well. And here comes Martha bickering among the officers at the
The closing session of the commis provide corporal punishment for wife
—The last surveying party,
I obeyed him, wondering what waa com
sion, which will publish the result, beaters; authorizing employes to bring which has lieen making further tests in
ah* seldom quitted her own room. Then with the dinner.”
we began to notice that Mr. Ilodwell'a
action against either the enjphiyer or the Echo irrigation project during the
President Roosevelt will call an ci
; "Hilaa,” ha began, fixing hla «mail, visits grew mor* Infrequent, and at last heard Martha come and cloao th«* win I
an insurance company insuring the past year, susjiended work January 1
dow. and draw down the blind—and then tra session of congress to revise tile
lharp ayea upon ma, and brushing back ceased altogether.
Bids for Armor Plate Opened.
employer against loss, and to raise the and came in. This ends the work this
tariff and calls on congress to pass rail
tbs rebellious hair from hla low fora
O m day Mr. I’orter Informed me that I crept from my hiding place, and got
Washington, Jan. 14. — Bids were limit of damages for taking human life season. Engineer John T. Whistler
Iliead, "can you remember anything of ha was going to Ixmdon for a few days. round to the back garden. For a time road rate law and navy appropriation
open«! today at the Navy Department from »5,000 to »10,000.
says work may lie resumed again in the
'your life previous to th« time that Provi Ruch an event had never happenwl In I could not go into the house; etery bill.
1 felt like on*
for 7,829 tons of armor plate for the
The party which has been
dence entriiated you to my keeping? my memory; It waa to in* th* climax of nerve was trembling.
Among the house bills were: To cre spring.
Eilwanl Wallace Hock is now gov battleship New Hampshire and the ar ate state tax commission; for girls’ an conducting the drilling in the Malheur
surrounded by a circi* of fire—the victim
.Don’t hatch a Ila,” ha aald, aharply; “re all tha chaugea.
of some foul plot, the exact nature of ernor of Kansas.
tlivniber the fate of Anatilaa.”
mored cruisers Montana and North nex to state reform school; to raise project has been transferred to the
"To you, Hilaa,” h* said, "I commit which I could not understand, but from
"Indeed, air, I have no auch thought,’’
Washtucna district and is making testa
A great socialist conspiracy lias been Carolina. The aggregate bid of the marriage license fee to »5.
J anssvercil meekly. "Remember how
Carnegie and Bethlehem companies was
discover«! in Russia.
After calling attention to the general of the reservoir sites.
'young I must hsve been whan 1 first
identical, »3,204,700, the first delivery prosperity of the state, the governor in
household affair«, as
^Canie to you, and------ ”
Charles 8. Deneen has been inaugu to !«• made in six months. The lowest his message called the attention of the
Coat of Running a Creamery.
To Freeze Rogue River Fish.
• "Don’t bent about tha huah," ha cried,
The total cost of running a creamery rated governor of Illinois.
bidder was the Midvale Stoel company, legislature to the need of a state tax | Astoria — The schooner Chetco has
yet more sharply. "You are concealing great truat, but you will prove worthy
The president urges improvement of of Philadelphia, who«e aggregate bid
gone to Rogue river fitted with a cold
’something: you can't deceive me." Then of IL You ar* almost Ilk« a son to me. and marketing the product. Including
Interest on the Investment am! provi the army medical amljordnance service. was »31,28,781, delivery to begin Au
.Suddenly changing hla tone to hla usual Hilaa."
New Phone Line in Field.
storage plant of a capacity of 225 tons,
sion for a sinking fund, ought not to
gust 15, at the rate of 500 tons a
:«na of nhuflllng hypoerlay, he added. "HI
to collect Chinook salmon for German
The oath of office has been adminis month.
da a, I am aaklug then« queatlona for your
cents for every pound of
shipment for delivery frozen. This is
„ good— for tha saka of thoaa carnal In-
butter made. Under favorable condi tered to Governor lkiuglas, of Massa
Silverton with the adjoining towns, the first of a fleet being equipped by
tcresta that muat be looked to while we stole acroa* bls face. For the first time tions thia «vat ought to l>e reduced to chusetts.
More Submarine* for Japan.
P. L. Brown is the company’s local Captain E. B. Bums and a Seattle com
nl his life he took my hand; hla cluap was
’ • are
aojonrnera In thia world of aln.
3 or even as low as lty cents. Ihe
Minneapolis, Jan. 14.—Another con representative, The old company is pany, anil the first time fish frozen on
Govenror Pealuidy announces that he
leaned forward with hla anna upon cold and clammy; he meant to be kind
I the table, and fixing hla anake like ay ea and careasing, but I hail never felt so re amalleat practical creamery cannot is* will contest the Colorado election and signment of submarine torpedo (mats working hard to keep the new one from leaving water will be delivered fresh to
was handed from the Burlington road getting a start, but more than 20 Euro|>ean breakfast tables.
4 upon me, aa though to read my very pelled against him. 1 shuddered, with operated for less than »4 or »5 per unseat Adams if possible.
to the Great Northern railroad at Ham phones have already lieen subscribed
day. It becomes evident then that thu
•A»<ml, ha began In a low voice: "I will a boding presentiment of evil.
While lie wna away Miss Judith took dally product should be over 150
General Btoeasel says he was led to line and rushed onward to the coast for in Silverton.
tell you all 1 know; |H>riiapa that will
v help your memory. Thirteen years sgo. all h*r meals In her own room. Thun IHvundx ax a safe minimum. Conse heli ve by Chinese spies that General today. It was identical in nature with are dlaimed by the new company,
a middle aged woman, looking like a can- the honx* waa almost entirely under the quently no creamery should be put Into Kurokatpin was marching south to re the shipment of boat« which passai among which are large exchanges an<t
Wheat — Walla Walk, 85c; blue-
tleman'a housekeeper, or something of car* of myself ami Martha.
operation unleaa having con.rol or n lieve him. He knew nothing about the through here in the summer. These free service between towns. The new stam, 88<9*G v ; valley. 87c
promise of alamt 300 cows.—Oscar Erf, retreat from Liao Yang until after his shipments of war supplies have become company will lie known as the Inter
Oat*—No. 1 whit«, »1 ... ■•'12.36;
for taking charge of a child of five at 5 In the evening, Mr. Porter returned.
so numerous as to excite little attention urban Telephone company.
j years old. Hha had aeru my advertise I waa In the front garden.
Now this University of Illinois, In Orange Judd surrender.
gray, »1.3591.40 per cental
I ment, ajid thought ft would suit the pur ground was kept sacred to him ami his Farmer.
Hay—Timothy, »14916 pe< t>>ai
Witte is to succeed Mirsky as min
ammunition, guns, beef and medicine«.
I pose she had In view. Hlie waa moat daughter, but hnving a great love of
Tillamook at Exposition.
clover, »11912; grain, »11'*I2; cl.eut,
ister of the interior in Russia.
particular In her Injunctions that you flowers, and having acquired some
Tillamook—There was a public meet »12918.
i shoulcl be feared strictly sud religiously. knowledge of gardening, I hail of late tain'd In samly deserts become so thor
W. J. Bryan attendis! the inaugura
Stoeuel Had 60,000 Men.
Potatoes — Oi-ngori faucy, 76986e£
ing at the opera house a few days ago
< Two <lny* afterward* ah* brought you been privileged to tend the b«la, and oughly dried by the sun and wind na tion of Governor Folk, of Missouri.
Tokio, Jan. 14. — Th« Japanese to take into consideration the matter of common, 609
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v here. Hhe gars th* name of Carafon, prim* the shrubs of thia exclusive spot to be reduced to 30 per cent of their On invitation he addressisl the legis
achievement at Port Arthur is more an exhibit at the Lewis and Clark ex
U Bius.<uu. »Adi»; I
‘mid aald that you were to b* called I had no desire to presume upon tills weight In life.
lature and advocated municipial owner remarkable in the light of further in position, ami to ask the county court to
. Hilaa Carafon. Ths money wa* to b* privilege, an I greatly preferred the more
The original Russian appropriate »2,000 toward the expenses.
The light of the firefly Is produced ship of public institutions. He declar vestigation.
drawn half yearly, of Msaars. Fogle and extensive grounds that lay nt the back,
strength ia now believed to have been County Judge W. W. Conder presided.
, Quirk, solicitors. For the sake of the which were free to all. A wnll of about by some combination of phosphorus,
J precious »mil entrüste'! to my keeping, I ten feet In height separat'd thin garden though In wliut milliner bus not yet desire to curb the power of railroads he almost 50,001) men. It iaannounced at The sentiment of the meeting was in
will lead a strenuous life during the the army headquarters that in addition favor of a county exhibit, and the mo
’tried a* discreetly an posalbl* to glean from the road. When 1 naw Mr. I’orter been determined.
28c |>er pound.
next four years.
a little more hiforinntlon; but »lie wna come through the gate. I was busily rm-
to the prisoners already reported, about
Wool — Valley, 19920c; Epatqrn
He who desires Is always poor. — | Missouri may appropriate »200,000 13,000 wounded combatants will event tion to ask for »2,000 carried. Judge
•very cloaa, and awfully atern, and 1 ployed In cutting away the dead bio«-
Cornier was authorized to appoint a Oregon, 10917c; mohair, 25926c pe.-
could got got «van an addrass out of liar. ■om* from a very tine rhododendrou bush Claudianu«.
fo the Lewis and Clark fair.
ually be brought to Japan.
committee to take charge.
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