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Professional Directory of Wallowa County
X THOS. M. DILL
Office first dour south of. New
'riein&i 131dg, Enterprise, Ore.
I BURLEIGH & BOYD
Practice In all State Courts and
I Interior Department. Careful at- T
tention to all business.
D. W. SHEAHAN f
1 1 LAMER
PracUce . in State and Federal $
X Courts and Interior Department.
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WORK OF THE FLAME.
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12. Fire destroyed 20 blocks in Chelsea.
Mass; 13 deaths and a property loss of
. Lass of il.6OO.O0O by fire In the business
district of Atlanta.
16. Loss of U. 250,000 by fire In the Omaha.
Packing; Co.'s plant at South Omaha.
U. Plant of the Bhelby Steel Tube Co.
burned at Shelby, O.; logs $2,000,000.
XL Loss of H.000.0U0 by the burning- of a
grain elevator at Dulutn.
C Fire on the Boston piers caused a loss
X. Bush fires started a conflagration
which swept over 100 square miles of
territory In British Columbia; loss 17,
4)00,000, and many deaths reported.
SB. Fire In the business district of New
Orleans caused a loss of 11,600,000.
i Forest fires wrought destruction to
towns and villages in Minnesota and
Wisconsin; damage estimated at up
ward of J5.000.000.
4. Fire destroyed the business section of
Rawhide, Kev., causing a loss of $750,
000. 12. Fire destroyed the plant of the Cos
modale Cement Co. near LoulsvUte,
JCy.; loss $2,000,000.
M. IMS of $000,000 by fire which nearly
destregrcd the town of Bisbee, Ariz.
Loss of fcxtf.ouO by the burning- of the
Jenkins lumber mill plant at Blaine,
16. Fire in a lumber plant at Rock Is
land. 111., caused a loss of $500,000.
IS. The Colonnade and other buildings oa
, the Chautauqua assembly grounds at
Jamestown, N. r., destroyed by firaj
gf. The Park theater, Brooklyn's oldest
gt. Firs In tba Tom Moore distillery ware
bouse at Bardstown, Ky., caused a
loss of $400,000 on stock and $760,000
4. Malvsrn Hill, historic mansion on the
ite of the battlefield of July L 1K2,
. t destroyed. Loss of $500,000 by flames
at the Grand Trunk railway docks,
10. The International Congress of Moth
era convened in Washington.
Is. Toe National Society, Daughters of
the American Revolution, met in an
nual convention in Washington.
SL The general society. Daughters of the
Revolution, met in New York city.
K). The national congress. Son of the
American Revolution, openefl in tivl
C. The National Society of Colonial
Dames met in Washington.
The general conference of the Metho
dist Episcopal church met in Balti
JX Congress of governors met in Wash
ington. 19. The Southern Baptists met in conven
tion at Hot Springs, Ark.
2L The general assembly of the Presby
terian Church in the United states met
in Kansas City, Mo.
ML International congress of aeronauts
met in London.
t Eighth biennial convention of the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers
at Columbus, O.
. Reunion of United Confederate Vet
erans at Birmingham, Ala.
It. World's temperance congress met at
International Woman's Suffrage alliance
met in Amsterdam.
IS. International Sunday school conven
tion in Louisville.
22. The general Federation of Women's
Clubs met In Boston.
32. National Educational association met
1. National good roads convention met
12. Federation of American Zionists met
at Atlantic City.
14. Convention of the Western Federation
of Miners opened at Denver.
17. Universal peace congress met in Lon
don. 19L National congress of Eaperantists met
at Chautauqua, N. Y.
SO. Annual conventions of the Interna
tional Typographical and of the
Stereotypers and Electrotypers' un
ions, also the American Federation of
Catholic Societies, opened in Boston.
li. The 33d annual convention of the Na
tional Editorial association opened at
St. Paul. ,
IT. International Esperanto congress met
in Dresden, Saxony. .
C National society. Sons of Veterans,
met at Niagara Falls.
-X Annual epcanipineut of the United
R. L LONG
J Civil. Hydraulic and Irrigation J
4 .eiejrmg. Enterprise, Ore.
Expect Rural Route Soon.
N. W. Ownbey of Leap was In
town last week and stated they were
expecting the rural mall route in that
section to be started soon. The ser
vice will be a greatconvenlence to
the people a'.ong the route and will
well repay the small investment in
a regulation mail box that the gov
Oscar Victor Arrested.
Oscar Victor was arrested last
waek by Sheriff Marvin on a charge
of carrying a concealed weapon, up
on an Indictment found by the grand
Jury. Victor is in jail in default of
CHAS." A. AULT
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Residence 1 block east of Pres
$ oyterian Church. Office in Ber-
land Building. Enterpries.
Spanish War Veterans opened in Bos
ton. 2L 42d annual encampment of the G. A.
R. opened in Toledo.
t. 18th annual International eucharistic
congress convened In London.
24. 28th annual meeting of the farmers'
national congress opened at Madison, .
28. Triennial International congress on '
tuberculosis opened in Washington. j
Convention of the American Bankers'
association opened in Denver.
St. lGlh session of the national irrigation
congress opened In Albuquerque, H. M.
C 19th transmississippl commercial con
gress met in San Francisco.
7. The national inland waterways con-
vention opened in Chicago.
U. First international congress of road
builders opened in Paris.
IS. loth annual convention of the Nation
al American Woman Suffrage associa
tion opened In Buffalo.
28. Convention of the National Woman's
Christian Temperance union met in
I. 28th annual session of the American
Federation pf Labor opened In Den
11. loth annual convention United Daugh
ters of the Confederacy met at At
lanta. IS. The first American Catholic mission
ary congress opened in Chicago.
17. The Atlantic deep waterways conven
tion met in Baltimore.
23. Conference of New England govern
ors at Boston.
2ft. American Association For the Ad
vancement of Science met in Baltimore.
1 American mining congress opened in
11 American Clvie Federation met In
28. American Association For the Ad
vancement of Science opened in Balti
( . FINANCIAL TROUBLES
8. Receivers appointed for the Chicago
and Great Western railway.
ZL Knickerbocker Trust company in New
York opened Its doors after a suspen
sion vt 6 months.
& The New York Stock Exchange firm
of Coster, Knapp & Co. failed for
L W. A. Stetson, leather dealer, failed
- in Boston; liabilities about $3,000,000.
4. Inman & Co., cotton brokers, failed
in Augusta, Ga.; liabilities $1,260,000.
1 The Euclid Avenue Trust Co. of
Cleveland assigned with liabilities of
tt. The Amador Mining and Develop
ment Co. of Montana failed in Chicago.
la, Cameron, Currie & Co. of Detroit,
members of the New York Stock Ex
change, placed in hands of a receiver,
AUGUST. , i
I. The Plllsbury-Washburn Flour Mills
Co. In Minneapolis placed In receiver's
hands; liabllitias $9,000,000.
& A. O. Brown & Co.. Stock Exchange
brokers in New York, failed with
M. A- Booth Co., fish and oyster firm.
placed In receiver's hands in Chica
go; liabilities $6,600,000.
tt K. H. Gray ft Co., stockbrokers in
Boston, thrown Into bankruptcy. Ow
ing nearly $8,000,000.
Ul A. Boardman & Co., brokers, failai la
Philadelphia; liabilities $1,000,001).
4 Charles Augustus Young, noted Amer
ican astronomer, at Hanover, N. U.;
14. James Ryder Randall, author ef the
famous war song
at Augusta, tia. ;
18. Edmund Clarence
S ted man, Ameri
can author and
critic known as
poet,", In New
York city; aged
2$. Dr. Edward A.
er and pianist. In
New York city;
E. C. Stedmas.
24. August WllhelmJ, noted violinist, in
London; aged 62.
Mrs. Antonio Yznaga, noted, for her
beauty, wealth and noble connections.
In Natchez, Miss.
26. Louise de la Ramee (Oulda), the nov
elist, at .Florence, Italy, . .
H. K. MEURYMAN
SURVEYOR AND ENGINEER
U. S. Deputy Mineral Survey.
X Aiming and Meuillurgical E
neer. . tauerpme. Oregon.
W. C. KETCHUM
DENTIST - ENTERPRISE
i.e Eer'and Building.
g uiQepeuueni rnone.
f i COLON R. EBERHARD $
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Practices in all Courts and In-
terior Dept. Notary Public. f
Ind. Home phoae. Joseph. X
E. T. ANDERSON, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Calls attended to day or night. J
Home phone. Enterprise, Ore. 4
SO. David Johnson, American landscape
painter, at Waldon, N. Y.; aged SL
XL Crosby S. Noyes, editor of the Wash
ington Star, at Los Angeles; aged S3.
Harriet Hosmer, noted American sculp
tor, at Watertown, Mass.; aged 77.
88. Pauline Lucca (Baroness Wallhofen),
the opera singer, in Vienna; aged 6S.
4. Senator Redfield Proctor of Vermont,
in Washington; aged 77.
17. Senator William Pinkney Whyte of
Maryland, at Baltimore; aged 64.
80. Joseph Howard, Jr., noted newspaper
man, in New York city; aged 75.
g. James Jeffrey. Roche, noted Americas
poet, at Berne, Switzerland; aged 61.
12. Lieut. Charles A. L. Totten, U. 8. A.,
retired, noted for his prophecies of the
coming of the end of the world, at
MUford, Conn.; aged 7.
Gen. Byron M. Cutcheon, noted veteran
of the civil war, at YpailantL Mich.;
20. Henry' Chadwlck, writer on field sports
and known as the "father of baseball,"
in Brooklyn; aged 84.
22. Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, who
resigned the premiership of England
April 4, in London; aged 72.
Bishop Ellison Capers, noted civil war
veteran, at Columbia. S. C; aged 70.
23. Gen. Nikolai Llnevltch, who was suc
cessor to Kuropatkin in command Of
the Russian army In Manchuria in
1905, at St. Petersburg; aged 69.
28. Rev. Dr. Morgan Dix, son of the late
Gen. John A. Dlx and rector of Trin
ity parish. New York, over 46 years, in
that city; aged 8L
f. Ludovlo Halevy, French dramatie au
thor and novelist. In Paris: aged 74.
27. Rear Admiral A. B. Crowninshield, U.
IS. M., retired, in Pbllaedlphla; aged 66.
28. Lieut. Gen. Stephen D. Lee. noted
Confederate veteran, in Vicksburs.
Miss.; aged 76,
2. Gen. Sir Henry Redvers Buller, Brit
ish commander at the siege of Lady-
smith in the Boer
war, in London;
14. Frank C. Bangs,
an actor associat
ed with Edwin
Laura Keene, in
Philadelphia ; aged
22. Ellen M. Ames,
an author known
as Eleanor Kirk,
at WMkanaiiv I .
Grover Cleveland. T . ageli ,
2S. Grover Cleveland, president of the
United States from 1886 to 1889 and
from 1898 to 1897. at Princeton, N. J.;
2. Murat Halstead, veteran newspaper
editor and magazine writer, in Cincin
nati; aged 79.
8. Rear Admiral Charles M. Thomas, U.
S. N-, retired, second in command of
the battleship fleet on the Pacific
cruise, at Monterey, Cal. ; aged 63.
4, Joel Chandler Harris, author of "Un
cle Remus" and other stories, In At
lanta; aged 60.
A. Bishop Henry C. Potter of the dlo-
' cese of New York, at Cooperstown,
N, Y.; aged 78.
4. Bronson Howard, American play
wright, author of "Saratoga," "Shen
andoah" and other popular plays, at
AVon-by-the-Sea, N. J.; aged 66.
William Boyd Allison of Iowa, "father
of the senate," at Dubuque; aged 79.
$. Elizabeth M. Stewart, founder of the
W. C. T. U., at Hicksville, O.; aged 92.
10. Louise Chandler Moulton, well known
author, Hi Boston; aged 73.
XL Ira D. Sankey, singing evangelist and
author of hymns, in Brooklyn; aged 68.
24. Baron Speck von Sternburg, -Gorman
ambassador to the United States, at
Heidelberg. Germany; ,aged 66.
87. Tony Pastor, popular theatrical man
ager, at Eltnhurst, N. Y.; aged 72.
Ex-United States Senator William F.
Vilas of Wisconsin, who served in
Cleveland's first cabinet, at Madison;
- aged 6S.
28. Lieut. Gen. Alexander P. 6 u. wart,
noted Confederate leader, at BUoxi,
Miss.; aged 87.
George P. Rowell. prominent newspaper
advertising agent, publisher of Amer
lean Newspaper Directory, at Poland
Springs, Me.; aged 70.
1 Sir Lionel Backville-West, former
British ambassador to the United
States, In London; aged 81.
4 Frank P. Sargent, United States com
missioner of Immigration, In Washing
ton ; aged 64.
88. Joseph Wheelock, well known Ameri
can actor, at Naveslnk Highlands, N.
J.; aged 66.
Alfred Thompson Bricher, American
painter of marine pictures, at New
uorp, N. t.; aged 71.
V Gen. Eppa Hunton, noted Confederate
veteran long distinguished In Virginia
pobilc lile, at Richmond; aged 84.
IS, Dr. Daniel Colt Gilman, emlnsnt
American educator, at Norwich, Conn.;
16. Mrs. George C. Howard, an old time
actress - and the original Topsy in
I "Uncle Tom's Cabin," in Cambridge,
Mass.; aged 79.
1 18. Count Michltsura Nodzu, a prominent
"jpanese leader In Ihe late "war with
Russia, at Tokyo; aged s.
3. lr. Charles Eliot Norton, well known
Harvard lecturer and critic. In Uo
lriUv. Mass.; aged U.
29. John Wallace Hutchinson, last of the
"Hutchinron fimily" of singers, at
Lynn. Mass.; aged St.
Mrs. W illiam Astor. formerly a social
ItKuier in New kork society. In New
York city; aged 7K
4. Tomas Estrada Palma. first president
of the cuuan republic, at Stuitiago;
8. Yictorien Sardou. French dramatist,
author of numerous pouuiur plays
seen on the American siatte. In Parks;
UV Tsse Hsl An, dowager empi-ess of Chi
na, In Pekin; aged 74.
8. Rear Admiral Joseph Bullock Cogh-
lan. U. fci. N., retired, at New to-
xrhelle. N. Y.; aged 64.
li. Donald G. Mitchell tik Marvel), noted
essayist and novelist, at Edgewood,
Conn.; aged 86.
t. Conviction of Mayor Schmlts set aside
tn San Francisco.
U. Henry Kenny. ni-Mldent nf h rti.-
are railway, who attended to the se
cret Journey of President Elect A bra
bam Lincoln on his way to Washing
ton in ISO, died at Ridley Park, Pa.
. Gen. Stoessel, Russian commander la
the defense of Port Arthur, sentenced
to death by a military court at St.
Petersburg, with a recommendation of
. Trolley tunnel under the Hudson from
Hoboken, N. J., to New York opened.
. Germany launched her biggest battle-
ShlD. the Nassau At Wllhulm,h.an
The death sentence of Gen. Stoessel
ior we surrender of Port Arthur com
muted to imprisonment for ten years.
Beginning of the Roman Catholic cen
tennial celebration In New York city.
4. The Atlantic battleship fleet entered
the Golden Gate Knn
12. Successful flight of the Wright broth
ers' aerODlane at Mwripn V i '
15. Prof. Walter A. Wyckoff. sociologist
stuaent and author, died at Princeton.
United States battleship Michigan
launched at Camden, N. J.
8. Dr. Williamson Boyakln, a protege of
Andrew JacUson and at one lime on
the staff of Gen. U. S. Grant in Lie
civil war, died at MarysvUle. leiiu.;
18. Thomas Wiggins (Blind Tom), noied
negro piano player, died in Houoen,
N. J.; aged about 60.
L Count Zeppelin made a new world rec
ord by a 220 mile airsmp Cum over
7. The battleship fleet sailed from San
Francisco bound for the orwm
14. Opening of the celeoraiion 01 uie &siii
anniversary 01 we lounams of me
citv of Uuebec
22. Decision of the United 8tates court of
appeals overruled tre fcautC.OOO bland
aid OU tine Imposed by Judge Laudis.
4 Count Zeppelin traveled 2a miles over
southern Germany in a dirigible bal
loon, which was afterward destroyed
U. Tbe battleship fleet arrived at Syd
ney, N. S. W.
2L Fiftieth anniversary of the opening
wi we great aeuate between Abraiiam
Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas cele
brated at Otiivi III
29, The battleship fleet reached Mel-
12. Orvllie Wright made an aeroplane
oigm 01 1 hour 14 mmutes at Fort
a. Wilbur Wright made a flight of 1
oour u minutes a seconds In his ,
American aeroplane at Le Mans. I
28, 160th anniversary of the founding of '
& Tbe batUesblp fleet entered Manila
4. Philadelphia celebrated the 220th an- i
nlversary of the founding of the city 1
by William Penn. !
C. Sao.000 acres of government land open
ed for settlement on the Rosebud In
dian reservation. South linkotn
U. 23 balloons started In the Interna-.
ngnai uauooo race at Berlin, the Brit- i
lh Banshee winning 1
18. The American battleship fleet wel
comed witn salutes by the Japanese
fleet at Yokohama.
28. The battleship fleet welcomed by the
i;ninese at Amoy.
L Julia A. F. Carney, author of the
scbOQlhouse classlo "Little Crops of
Water" and other poems, died at
Galesburg, 111.; aged 86.
. United States battleship North Dako
ta, the largest warship In the world
to date, launched at Qulncy, Mass.
10. Government's appeal for a rehearing
in the Standard Oil fine case denied by
the federal circuit court in Chicago.
Former United States Senator Edward
W. Carmack of Tennesnee shot and
killed in Nashville by Robin Cooper.
U, Special prosecutor Francis J. Heney
not vy jh orris
Haas in San Fran
cisco. It Monument to the
prison ship mar
tyrs of tbe Rev
olution in Brook
lyn dedicated In
' the presence of
W. H. Taft.
16. Fiftieth anniver
sary of Pope
as priest celebrat
ed In Rome.
17. Lydla Thompson,
famous as a bur
lesque actress 80
W. H. Taft.
years ago, died In London; aged 70.
26. Statue to Gen. P. li. Sheridan un
veiled In Washington,
80. Identical noies regarding the far east
exchanged by United States and Ja
pau at Washington and Tokyo.
L Battleship fleet sailed from Manila,
81 Tercentenary of the birth of John Mil
ton, author of "Paradise Lost," cele
brated In England and America.
10. Abraham Hunt convicted of bribery
In San Francisco.
14. The Dutch cruiser Gelderland cap
tured the Venezuelan coast guard ship
Allx off Puerto Cabello.
17. Gen. Simon elected president of Haiti.
18. Wilbur Wright made a new aeroplane
record by remaining In the air 1 hour
84 minutes at Le Mf-jis, France.
The Advertiser la a homemade
cigar, and the beat judges of the
weed say it is the best 5 cent cigar
I they ever smoked.
RODGERS BROS., Proprietors
Ivaler in new and Fpoond-hamt gooiln. Bicycles and Bicycle
Supplies. ' Bicycle and Uun Repair Shop. Furniture made or
Repaired, Screen Doors and Windows made to order. Give us
a trial. Our prices are right and all work guaranteed.
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The Mystery of
the Yellow Room
BY GASTON LEROUX
. ILLUSTRATED BY JOHN SLOAN
A Genuinely New Sensation in a Detective
Story to Be Published in This Paper
For sheer originality and ingenuity we reckon
this tbe best detective story published for some
time ... as original as it is fascinating.
Nor often does a detective story end with so to
tal a surprise, which, nevertheless, when known '
seems logical and natural. N. Y, Evening Tost.
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Assures Our Readers that We Continue
to Give Them the Best in Fiction
First Installment Thursday, January 14