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I year. The exceas of exports over Im-1
1 ports wit» n I ho larger than in any pre-!
ceding September except in 1900 amt
1N97. The total exports of Septem
ber of the current year wore |16H.-
i 858.09.1, ugainst 1153,902.895 in
September of last year. The imports
were 1117,371.014, against 3131.-
014,630 lu September of last year.
THIRTY SAIMHtS ARK IN DANGER
oxcom of exports over imports in
TO BE IXM'ATED ON SPRING
ient An ngenu-nt for Combining
Alaska, Pointing Out Its Vast
OF THEIR LIVEN
September of the current year. >51.-
BISHOP R. L. PADDOCK
Bnsliiesa With Pleasure
lui|Hirtan<-t' to Country
587.079. is larger than in any previ
HONORED IN THE EAST
ous September vxcept that month of
1900, when the excess was 356.333,-
Dt'gn'a* of Doctor of law» Conferred
PORTLAND, Nov. 5
Alfred G. Brooks, the geologist In
on Him by Trinity College
Portland for a part of the year and i charge of th«* Alaskan Work of the 123. and September of 1897, when the
keeping In touch with his fruit ranch United States geological survey, ha» excess was >63,11 1,786. The value
in the Hood River district by mean* I summarized the coal situation In of exports In the nine month« ending '
Iho Nt't-k Change in law Governing
with September was 31.333.91 1.308/
A dispatch from Hartford. Conn., of a wireless telegraph apparatus Is
Alaska in Survey Bulletin 4 4 2, point- ?
the U* of Screens in Irri
¡against 31,161.034.910 In the corre-
states that the degree of Doctor of the method put In use by E. Weldon,
Ing out the Importance of making
nW month« of iast
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Laws was conferred on Bishop R. L. who owns a forty-acre orchard In the
these high grade fuels available fori The imports or the nine months of the
Paddock of the d'oeese of Eastern famous apple section near Portland '
the use of both Alaska and the Pacific current year were 81.173.375,910,
Oregon of the Protestant Episcopal
The a, pple orchard has been devel- Coast states
DOVER. England. Nov 7
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An effort will be made to have a church, in connection with the exer-
h lie the coal supply |lglllni|( 11,068.594.356 during the
eped by I Mr. Weldon and his sons dur Is of first importance to Alaskun» who'
the waves »weeping over the wreck
tisb hatchery established on Spring ctses held at Trinity college in obser-
Ing the last
few years, and the boys are attempting to develop the various I santo period last year.
of the vessel nnd the Icy water» chili
Creek and resolutions urging Con ration of Founders’ Day.
Tile marked advance In the exports Ing the life from their bodies, thirty
became much interested In the sub- great resources of the territory, it is i *
gressman Hawley to use his efforts in
. for the month of September is largely member» of the crew I’reussen. the
Bishop Paddock is one of the most ject of wireless telegraphy and rigged
also of scarcely less national import-
that respect will be sent to that offi
popular men in his church in the up a station at their home in this city. ance. Inasmuch us these Helds can duo to heavy exports of cotton at un largest Hailing ve»»el In the world
cial, and it is believed the result will West, and his many friends in Klam
A few weeks ago they went to their furnish the fuel to lhv Industries of usually high prices, the cotton ex are lashed to the rigging to keep
be the setting aside of land on that
ath Falla and throughout the state, ranch for a vacation trip, and con- the Pacific Coast Hiatt's and to the Pa- ports for the month amounting to themselves from being swept Into tin
stream for the site for one of the will be more than pleased to learn of Icelved
.199.000.000 pounds, valued at |55,-
eifis fleet. The development of these 000,000. an uvurnge of 13.7 cents per itolliug surf and ground to piece»
largest hatcheries in the country.
the honor which has been conferred , less apparatus at that end. and thus
among the rocks on whlrh their ves
fields will conserve the coals of the
Officials interested in the propaga on him.
i pound. The quuntity of cotton ox- xel is fast
keeping in touch with home.
Lifeboats and tug» dare
tion of fish have stated that Spring
Bishop Paddock was here last
They utilized a tall fir tree for which are of moat value to the nation 1 ported was larger than In any Septom- not approach the doomed vesael for
Creek is an ideal place for a hatchery, spring, and held services in the opera
holding their antenae, cutting the liocause they are nearest the center of j ber since 1904. the value larger than fear of bvlng dashed to pier«»«
and if sufficient interest is shown in house, and the nucleus of an Episco
1 In any September In history of the
limbs off and stringing their wires population.
The storm la not abating, and it is
the matter there is no doubt but what pal church was formed which will
export trade and the export price per feared thv crew will not last much
The manufacture of Iron on the
its establishment can be secured in |
. pound also higher than in any earlier longer
eventually becomo an established part distance away, Mr. Weiden claim«
Thousands of persons line
west coast, for which there Is abun-
September »Ince 1875.
of the religious life of this communi- the distinction of being the first man dant raw material, utilising
the shore watching (he men In the
Klamath county has more water I ty. His capability and genial dispo- ‘ «o farm by wireless,
rigging. The Preuaaen collided with
coal, will not only cheapen the pro-
-u¡table for the propagation of fish sition won him many friends while in _ _________________________
the steamship Brighton In the Eng
duct by overcoming the long railroad Eliti. ROGERS IS \I’1*O|NTED
than any other county in the state, if this city, and a recurrence of bls visit
TEMPERANCE MEETING AT
The Brighton reached
not in the United States, and there is will be received-with pleasure.
DKI’I Ti DISTRICT ATTORN EV llsh channel
MlDUAND THURSDAY N IGHT it will diminish the drain on the Eant-
port, but the I’reussen was dashed on
no reason why one of the largest
the rock» at South Foreland
ern iron and coal fields. Every ship-'
hatcheries in the country could not
I .OS ANGELES. Nov I Earl Rog »hip 1» breaking up, and II la not ex-
GREAT DECREASE IN
Attractive Program I» Retxh-re.1. load of coal carrh*d around the Horn 1
be located here.
ers has been appointed special dep pertcd the crew can survive much
Other News From, the Mid
DESERTIONS FROM ARMA
consume* about one-fifth of its own
At the meeting of the sportsmen
uty district attorney to conduct the longer, as they have I ms «« ex posed
Friday th.- question of screens over
Tino*» inquiry. He will examine the a I reAd' over thirty hour»
I¡'han Half as Mauy This Year
jcoal over the Rocky mountains result»
irrigation ditches was brought up.
witn<•»»«>» before the grand Jury The
as There Were Inst ff-niv
A meeting in the interest of state tn a still greater waste of fuel
and at the suggestion of L. Alva
I prohibition was held at the Midland
appointment was not made sooner so
Posts Had Non«*
Mr. Brook« found that in the re
T^ewis an effort will be made to have
a» to permit Rogers to testify before
Earl J ark ito h wu» here from Kurt
school hous<> Thursday evening.
gions visited the greatest need was >
them placed under the control of the
PORTLAND, Nov. 5.—According
A duet. ' Down in the Licensed Sa- i for cheap fuel, all industries being di
¿»me department. As it is now they to General Marion P. Maus, com-
are under the control of the fish com i mander of the department of the loon." was sung by Mrs. R. D Vin- rectly or indirectly dependent u[>on it i
This, it may be added, applies to much
mission. but the enforcement of the Columbia, with headquarters at Van cent and Ray Curry.
Mrs. Bowen then sang a solo en of the terirtory. At present practical-
law- is left to the game wardens. It couver Barracks. Vancouver, Wash.,
is to place the screens and also the there has been a remarkable decrease titled "A Mother's Plea for Her Boy.” i ly all the coal u«««d in Alaska, and 1
The school children sang "Amer which is not of particularly high
matter of fishways under the direc in the number ofsdesertions In the
grade, is imported from British Co-
tion of those responsible for the en Western posts of the regular army ica" and gave the campaign yell.
Rev. G. H. Feese of Klamath Falls luml^u a little comes In from Japnn
forcement of the law. the game war this year.
was then introduced and gave au ad —coating the consumer in the Prince
dens. that the change in the law is to !
Last year 559 soldiers were listed dress on prohibition which was ibi
William sound region from «11 to |
as deserters. This year the number is tened to with great attention by tile
817 a ton.
With these figures In
but 227. Quite a proportion of or I room full of people.
j mind it can readily b«< seen that our
TEETH OF PUPILS ARE
ganizations had no desertions at all.
' present magnificent industrial ad
TO 'x BE LOOKED
AFTER The largest reductions in desertions
James H. Driscoll, candidate for vancement in the Eastern »tales could !
were in Vancouver Barracks. Fort county clerk, D. B. Campbell and
not exist if manufacturer«, mines and
Dental Clinic Has Been Established Casey and Fort Wright. Wash.
Claude H. Daggett were Midland vis railways had to meet such fuel bills.
for Portland Stndeota—An
General Maus recommends that itors Thursday.
Instead of paying SL35 or 82 a ton'
closer individual record and credit
Rev. Feese visited the school Fri- for coal, aa is actually the case. If, I
be made the basis of selection of offi day morning and gave a very intereat
i then, the Alaskan Industries are not
PORTLAND. Nov. 5.—Pupils in cers tor future command
ing talk to the school children.
making a progress commensurate
the public schools of Portland are tri
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with the resources of the territory.
have their teeth looked after by the "PEACEFUL EXTERMINATION”
i A Severe Test of His Honesty , there is sufficient reason for it in this
city in much the same way that their
IS NOW THE PLAN IN RUSSIA
"1 hope it will be r. long time be- lack of cheap fuel. And with good
general health is safeguarded by the
I fore I have such ancth«»r test applied * coal under their very feet, but not a
inspection of the school children by
The Rev. Dr. Wiae, «peaking of the to my honesty,” a downtown mer- ton of which can be used, what won
physicians of the city health board. East, the other day called attention chant remarked aa he returned from
der that the men who are attempting
A free dental clinic will De estab to the fact that Russian cruelty waiting on a customer,
lished in the city hall, and dentists against the Jews U passing into a new j "What was the trouble?” asked bls to develop this Northern territory
ahottid feel discourage«.
will examine all children’s teeth in and subtler phase, says the Los An-1 partner,
«.rades below the seventh. Those who gelee Examiner.
“Those ‘near-wool’ suits
need dental work done and are un
The czar seems to have found out fellow came in just now and asked
able to pay for same, will have their that bloody massacres, like that at the price of one.
teeth fixed free. The first elamina Kishnev, are unpopular in Europe and
“ '8even dollars,’ I told him.
Much Mon* of n Task Than a Person
tion« are expected to be completed by America, and comparatively ineffect
" ‘Speak louder?’ he said, holding
Would Imagine—Difficult to
November 30th, when the free clinic ual. He has. therefore, had recourse his hand behind his oar. So I yelled
Find Suitable Place
will commence its work.
to a policy of economic and legal op Seven dollars.'
pression that promises the most lugu
" ‘Eleven dollars! Too much! I’ll
WASHINGTON. D. C., Nov. 5.—
c illan Prop’«
CH AS, STI N OT AND MISS
brious results in the crushing of the give you nine.' he replied. 9*
President Taft has encountered many
EDLINCTON TO BE MARRIED Jewish population, both in body and j
His partner looked at the speaker
difficulties in selecting his new sum
ill. I HUitt's
mer home. A place has been prac
Secure a License Saturday From
“You take my life when you take
u o CluT
"You—er—of coiirse. you did the
tically chosen, but the announcement
the County Clerk—Both Are
the means whereby I live.” It is an right thing?"
Is being delayed as long as possible.
old story, and the wonder is that the
"I gueas you can depend upon me
It may seem like an easy thing for an
ruthless spirit of the Russian govern- to do th«* right thing,” was th« haugh-
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
A license for the marriage of ment should ever have been tempte/I I ty retort. Then he paused. "You’d executive to choose a summer capital, a
«vass- vawa« • « t
Charles Stindt and Miss Bessie Ed- into the cruder cruelties of wholesale better get some dollar bills when you move Into a house and be comfortable Lsvwsxwwss
but it isn't.
lington was issued by County Clerk murder.
go to the bank.” he remarked. "I
First of a<l requisites, a summer
DeLap last Saturday. Mr. Stindt ha?
The lesson of Dr. Wise’s preach-' just gave an old fellow our last one
home for the president must be con
a ranch near Bonanza while bis bride- ment has application not only in Rus- for change!” Harper's Magazine,
I and di it rirt tn
veniently near some large city, and
ro-be has taught school in various sia, but to every other country cursed
«am pl* latra« M<-V) •• K.,1
Itself not too Isolated, In order that
hir Ajriria cvcrywlictv ara
places in the county, and has a wide with legal thumb-screws and the rack I IOWA HAS POPULATION
nuking nw.urv (All
It may be easy of access for callers.
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Her parents live in of privilege.
•o anyon«. anywhere in tl»e U, S. with^t .» tru/ ttrp.^tt in adv«n< r,
frr ght ^t»d
OF OVER TWO MILLIONS Next, the house must be siirrounde l
al ow T&N
<1... .■>« .i,„t>
wlurlj i Line y<»«i rrviy r.
id - »■«• /« I« .nd
the Bedford district, where Miss Ed-
mit II V»
any twit rnu
dy a. ,i,r.|
»tied < r «... t. t »uüi tn
by plenty of open ground, so that se
b« k (>•
«.« ua al
llngton has been teaching the past I NION OF SOUTH AFRICA
KlPTflPV PfflAFA *y< •*""'■*' ”*• lualwat gruia la«v. i»a u la potnihlt*
WASHINGTON. D. C„ Nov. I.— cret service ’men may'properly guard
rNVIVN V milawe at ona anull p«< < •
IS NOW ESTABLISHED The census returns show that the against Intruders. It must be situat
In in isMdlaman'a pt'.Ml l.y IniOn« direr, nt u< jn<t hart Iha iranulMliirrt > »«ur.
It had been the intention to bave
anltr 1» nd ynur bu y< la. f»O N«»r III V a I cn :< or a , r.
lira 1« n «ar.-w
j state of Iowa has a populatios of ed near the executive offices, where
al nay /rrrr until you rar« ns our ran <u«a .... I train our unheard ol /a.z.-rp
the wedding take place some Urne 1 First So* ion of the Parliament I«
Mt l/liri lo ri.ia r ng. Illa.
I the actual business is transacted and
ago. but the illness of Miss Edllngton
YOU WILL BE RTTOBISHED
Opened by the Duke of Con
This is a decrease, however, of the stenographers and office force is
knu Prtctt w< • an mak* you tb«< y< >r. U. dlih
_ in •( j * •
.I n ii r « ■ 1 tn* t.««y
prevented the ceremony being con
i’ll >1 <X> pro I a- »•*« f H ll.ftf Itr.ta
• than any >
7,082. or 3-10 per cent, as a result located.
,_L r i 41« At
our pricea Order« filled tli« ‘lay received.
The president, being a golf en
I of the great emigration from that
MU’OND HANI) BKTVCIaKM. We do not rrcuLirly handle ffneond hyr.'l !•■< *,-l.-x, btq
" «anally hav« a number on In . I . -<
thusiast, wants his home within mo.
CAPETOWN, Africa, Not. 5.—Th«; state to Canada.
promptly at price« ran«>nff fmm •.'! tn
or •!«. De« M luvo l
«• u ■ . d I •
MERRY CROWD AT HARD
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I jh -.I,.
Duke of Connaught yesterday morn- (
COASTER-BRAKES, equipment of all kirxi« at half tht tttual rrtail jPrn.tr.
TIMES PARTY FRIDAY
Taft wants to be In touch with social
ng opened tbe first parliament of the, BOLD BANDITS RAID
new un’on of 8outh Africa, The oc-
STORE IN DAYTIME «vents, and this means that the sum s
Held in Presbyterian Church by Mem
mer home must be near some of the
caslon was made a general hollday.
bers of the Christian En
fashionable summering places. Last
and a grand military and civil pa-
potm / ap rrtml prier of fntrt tirrt it
geant marked the event.
>andlts raided Daniel's jewelry store ly, the executive can’t afford to pay
$X.5O per Pair, b d tit ifttrodtM* wt will
a th with or dr r //.A 9.
In the heart of the business district
A Kerry crowd of about forty
young persons attended a "hard Cape Colony, Orange River. Natal,, at noon today, overpowered the clerk, vacation home.
R0 MORE TROUBLE FROM PORCTORES
At Beverly he has been paying 82.-
NAIIJ«. F»«*Us or (llaaa will not lot tlio
time«” party given by the members j Transvaal and the minor protector- ook several hundred dollars worth
air out. Si>ty thovtand pair» »old laut y< ar.
of the Christian Endeavor society of ' ntes. They formerly were governed of Jewels and escaped, covering with 500 each «enson as rent for the Evans Over two buixlred tliouasuil («.lira now in use.
The owner of thia home OF»O4WPT«Mf»
the Presbyterian church In that build ; by their respective legislatures and •evolvers a ¿core or pedestrians who cottage.
ami cavy I l<iing,veryduial>lean«l liars inai de will! X
ing Friday night. Games were played
attempted to block their flight.
mer and put an Italian garden tn its Ciusand which cio« • up »mal I putì««urea without allow- >| f Motte» ttir
mblx r i*««»d
<>nd refreshments consisting of pop j be in the hands of a governor general
theairtoescape. We have hundredSof letterair >r.t anti»- a
place, so the proofdent was notified SedciuitoniersBtnting that their lireiliaveotilv ive-r. pumped V„ ■ «*A • anil pnimtiirs «tri,«» li”
and the parliament.
Hard on the Jury
corn, apples and pie were served.
nponceortwicrlnawlioleseaaon. They w«-l|-'i nom «retioin f
prrvant rii» eiitil'i«. TMs
"Gentlemen of the Jury,” said the that he must seek elsewhere for a su ordinary tire, the puncture reato In» <|ualii o stieiïig ri > < n J I h n Vi
Everyone present hoped that the
by«evetal layers of thin, «peciallv pretared fabric < ti ths \¡|
A Matter of Conscience
r n>„|r» SOI r, t LA-TIC n,i«l
prosecuting barrister, "this prisoner home.
Christian Endeavor society would
tread. Theregulnrpri«.voftiir»etire»i»|' yiper pair,but for
"My health and digestion are per Is an unmitigated scoundrel; be ac
advertlainirpurp«'aeaweareniakln»a»p«'' nil f ictorv pr ■ io
give another such event In the near
the rider or only J4.S0 p«-r pair.
Ail order» »hipped «ano ,t
Wa ahlpC. O n on
fect, doctor,” began the caller in the knowledges It. And yet, thanks to IMPORTS AND EXPORTS FOR
approval, you do not nay n<-<*nttinHI
a cent unii: y
, ■<! hav<-eaiuin
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We will allow a «wh ■ll'count nt 5 p, r ieri! «:
rei«y rnnkln» the pri - • t.A.l p, r téilr* il « u J
office of the medical man. "I haven’t the wisdom of the common law, he
MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, IODI •end
FIJI.I. L'ASII Wild OltrilJ.t ..ml ein ’
tins a ‘ u-iuneinent.
Y< 11 run u.
. «k la
an ache or a pain. The trouble with has been given a fair trial by a Jury
HUNTERS HAVE GOOD LUCK
•emlinr ua an order •• the tire» may I e r< '.utned at <1, .t. e ipenae If for any r«-ae. n 1 JV riti
not Mtisfactory on eaaunnailnn. We are perhcllv tell ihle mid in .iieyenl Iona liaou
ON THE UPPER LAKE me is that I cannot sleep at night.”
According to the Bureau of Statiw- bank. If you order a pair of theae tire», you will I I Hint tbi-v v t 1 le < ■ -r ruin i r In
of his own peers.”—Irish Catholic.
better, laat longer and l'»k Auer than anv tire «ou lia« -« «<r o
. n at an’v p >
"Well, if that’s the case, sir,” said
1 ties the export figures of the United wear
know that you will bean well pi is«d that w I « n y <■ w it a I , . voli Vl.l BIVC ua yvui udev.
Party of Ashland Bu»ln<*«e M«n Have the learned physician, "I suggest that PRINCE HATZFIELD
I States for the month of September We want you to aeml in a trial order at m e, li 11. t a rrinntkible tire « «Ter.
I >U ni «ny prive uniti y«mscii<! lira pali .*f
Fine Sfiori on Waters Near
you consult your spiritual advise)
DIES IN IXINIMlN 'show a distinct upward movement, IF YOU NEED TIRES i'
l'e-rrtfit lire» on spero* «1 an'l
> il al
Tir» and Snndry C iato« .K whkit
rather than m6.”—Lippincott’s
the total value of exports for that deacribea and quotes ail mal*ân<! k in*'.« < - f t ** ir,"-r a » ,t uni-big i■
u tu«| prÀ *.
lui s.«r t III x k or ntlYI» O n nievcla
LONDON, Nov. 4.—Prince Francis month being larger than in any pre
The average hen will la>- 400 eggs, Hatzfield, who in 1889 married Clara ceding September In the history of ollere we are making. It oniy co la a poMiil to l<-i m ii i.iiiilyo-i kniwthè n< w i> I .
A party of the busi new* men of Ash
land came over a few days ago, and nearly one-half of them in her third Huntington, a daughter of Collis P. the export trade, and also larger than
under the guidance of one of the local year.
Huntington, died in this city today.
In any earlier month of the current
sportsmen went to Upper Klamath
Ijtke after ducks. They .found what
they went after, and every one of the i
visitors had a most enjoyable time.1.
Those of the party who came down ¡•ORTI.AND MAN CONNECTS WITH SVGGKNT1NS ON CONSERVATION
last Friday were: W. B. Beebe. K, V.
Hh HOOD RIVER ORCHARD
Parker. O. Winter. L. L. Mulit and
J. M. Hughes. They left on Saturday
Euthu-I ««m of Non» Makes a Conven Kuiniikarlus' the Coal Situation In
morning's train for their homes.
LIFE BOATS DARE NOT APPROACH
M ASON & S l OU G H
MASON 4. SLOUGH
50 HEDGETHORN PUNCTURE-PROOF s« 80
HEALING TIRES ro^RfiDuor^Lr
èmi CAW, I l L