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LONDON, Not. II. Uto, to
r(tka ooaAra tk oaatart i Moa
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toiilM Aaya bAo'9 ta
taltol rtHAarvtit
VIMtKA, NT. UIV Tho oorro
roaAoat lor taorwaktort.QMotU
V tkat Tuklok aoMtora art lylag
WUb IMr. ittMta koir teaaa. Tk
rilirooA. track aro Haa wjik eoraooi.
Bf Hi WOMEN TO
lit E lEXT iHTH
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wmook cocwr namoiAM ark
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WHA aUrPICK QKTTlKa TMK
V6TM M TMK JURATION
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MND, Not. II, Tk womb of
tkki,Rf Moet lo b aatoac tko Irtt
to oaarolMtk rlbt of fraackUo at
tk Mr lettoa oa Doeoaikor I.
TkN wlH k tkrot couaettaMn tad
'.aaaiar oloeU at tkat tlaw, aaa al
ra 'ik arofoailoaal aolttlojaaa wko
"mo TAMfloup" in adraaeo aro put
omA, Jat kow to go about tbo mat
Irr ;l aMvatlac lb wenoa without
aooialai lo cuttlraU tboai to tbo quM
loa worry lag aoaio of tboat.
MANY TOWNS TO
6E
I A A A A A
LIOUORLESS
IIKCKNT HtHCTHJN I'VT KLRVKN
lMJ IN TMK DRV COLmjf
AND MIX IN TMK WKT tiRANTA
PAMHWK ,',
StToatooB! ,town voud wbtbr
thor would bo wet or drr uador tko
bona raW annwdment In tlio roeoat
oloctlon. 8U Toled wtt nd olovoa
wont on record aa drr. Tbo which
wont wot woro Woodbnrn, Oraru
Paoa, Oaktoad, Oloadalo, SuthorHn
and Bprlngld. TboM votlag dry
wore Bugtao, Albany, Bllrertoa; Loo-
tlaa, CotUga Oroya, Eaterprla. Wal
lowa, Tlgard, Labanoa, Hood Rhwr
and Koaaburg.
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A -AaoHhiin Wort in -
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f II. ProolAMtlactWaMaaaA'A
family armod. baro UAar n A
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Freight Train Knocks
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Wreck 1h California Town Results in
Tlt Injury of 15People. , Two .
WU1 Probably Die.
'altod frao BarrKa
MARVBVIL.LIC, Calif., Nov. II ;
Klftacn partona waro Injurad, twq
fatally, .whan a freight train knocked
a Northern Mootrlc atreot oar o tbo
Veatber River trestle today.
Tbo street car was crushed like aa
uKKshell lien It fell thirty feat to tbo
ground.
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QUEEN MARY WAS
BRYCE'S FRIEND
PORMKR AMRAIMUDOR TO TMM
COUXTRV MAD MANY KNRMIhM
ATfOOURT WAa A1.WAY8 Up.
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United Press Aartlae
LONDON, Not. It. It Is under
stood In court circles that Ambassa
dor Jamas Bryce, f bo recently resign
ed bis oce at Washington to devote
bis tlaw to literature, owed his son-
tlnuaaeoas Qroat Britain's repress.
ttt4aMarTl. . . . . luilve U the personal Intervention
OAlrVAbmfWPLE, NT. II Tk uuea Mary. Bryce had many pollt-
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OINOA, Italy, Nat, .TT ""
hco Ut keen noUMd'ibat robbers
bare )at atatoa from' the fAaetuary
Delia' Craardta; a ktoaU aaMAMi U
rallas i ter aalaU whleb wr -aa'
alMi te aahaavllv staddaA wHb
wtoVAABKAlw;stMWA-1i;Jto,.ai-HmM
abM'WM auee to oanry away
,Ue aMr at the Ma4aa, wkUA M
aevaraa aWa-wRk JowsWaad preetew
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IS MJpMJBjMMM vi Wi
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af r HWmra. baA si 'tpfpiiiii of
tlMaMia at aHATtma,
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It long sought entry Into Reno, says
a dltpstcb from Sen Prsnclsco In the
Huo Oazctlo.
Thv Novada-Callfornla-Orcgoa rail
road plana to atandardtse Its road
Irom Doyle, Calif., to Rao, by tk ad
dition of a third rail to Its narrow
suae track, Tko Reno ears will be
switched o tbo Western PaclBe tracks
at Doyle, and will be run through to
Ban FrsneUco without a change of
trains.
The trat)c agreement between the
two roads wM give Baa fraaelsco an
other railway eatry lato Reao, and
will give Reao another railroad outlet
to the coast. v - '
President T. T. Duaawny of th
Nevada California Oregon railroad
verified the announcement regarding
the company' plans., It la said that
work has' already been contracted for
nn the f tandard guaglng ot the road.
leal enemies here wko wished to sets
a tk Panama aaal controversy aa
aa escuse to rseaii Bim,a-iMy
probably would bays succeeded but
for bis wife and the queen.
The ambassador vaa nsvsr vsry
much la toys with his job, It la said,
and never troubled to keep himself In
tbo, good' graeea pi me caoinei, out
his wife bsd powerful friends, and
Qun Mary very meeh approved of
Mrs. Bryce. fi
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Taft Is Travellag
t.'ulisd Press (ternc ,
NRW YORK, Nor. II. President
Taft started for New Haven today to
attend a meeting of tbo trustees' of
'i ale. He will return to Wssbtngton
tonight ,
MUCHEYIS
SPENT 01 VOTES
f
MTVrKMKNTM P1LKB WRbT TMK
MHCItltTAMY OF" ATATR BfA
VUNHWIbWk KNUemTrCNTNil
FINANCIAL IUTTMM
BALRM, NAr. II. Bspeas atata
meat lied wMA the secretary of sUU
show tkat a total of III.IIMI waa
speat Aarlag'laa csmpslam to defeat
the gtaaaatodj alagle tan measure aad
to seen re tA as ss age of taa msasurss
Icdoned bytAe aUto IsAislaUve Us
eommtttee. -'
The Oregeat Bawsi Tsistlea Lsaga
speat ll,ltl.ll-t tble aam, Mm
sae"isdiaikfi 'tan eemmMte 7,
M4.T4. ae l Atoaet UA. Th
tk Urn for Mag eUtetaeaU bbtA
iajt algkt, W, g. U'Rea, was dartog
the campaign led tko single tax forces
and wko to known to kavs speat Urge
sums of money oa tk promottoa' of
the measures for which they stead,
hits filed no statement. Advices r
celvvd by tho secretary of state are
lo the effect that be takes the posi
tion that he has seven dsys ret In
which to file a statemeat, but aa ex
amlnatlon ot the law falls to disclose
any such provision. Whoa n candi
date falls to lie an espeass stste
ment, ths law provides that he shall
bo prosecuted, but no provision seems
to be made for 'tbo prasecuUeta of
persons who aipead moaey tor or
Against msasurss', aad fall to At a
ststemeat. "
Tbestatemeat lied by W. a Daat-
ny. stats printer, showed a bad -
ponded IS.31S.lt la IghUag tk
state printer flat aatary bill. A state-
bo'espended ISSO.IS'ln wsglag ths
campaign for the measure. R. A.
Harris kas filed a statement- showlna
be spaat IISS.IO aa behalf ot tb Mil
to aboUsh capital paalahment
A..W. Lsffarty, eandldsts for een
gress from tbo Third district, expead-
ed IHI.; Thomaa McCuaker, ean
dldsts for the earn , speat
409.SH ; N. J. 8lBit. sandldsU far
congress In.tbe Sacoad dlotrlet, speat
1114. IS. The Caseadeeeuatr com
mittee expended fS.m.lT on behalf
of a measure, to oraata Casead coua
ty:. . y.u-
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Tk bom of Jas Taraar la tA Met
Baring addHle aaar tb raMiaal
tracks; wsi baraed to tk grenad aad
sll tb "e"aiata deatrered about I
o'clock SaaAay BMrahW.
Mr. aad Mrs. Tjufar,toft for, taalr
homestead 'Asturdar 'wrsalag-, aad
there waa no on la' ike ease at u
Urn of tb Sr. It to aot kaowa Jast
how th ar started, bat It to presum
ed that ira'must kavs reassiaed in
th stov and the building caught Irs
from "this. la seme way.
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gaRJaavl
surt la tb clreaR eourt tomorrow
morning at o'otaek.
This ,waa tho order mad ky Judge
Benson this afternoon after kaerbxg
tka plea ot Prosecuting Attorney Kay-
kendall, for n delay.
An Important witness agsiast Mr.
Carroll Is said to, b M. P, Mlckler.
k to aaw la Fbtrtd.- 'Ta
akA fev'ilma to aaaara'
la
th prsseaiA ker of Ik -mamma M
aaa. bat tb court was of tWAsalaa
that sametoat Urn bad elapsed, aad
ordered tk trial to prsessA
Tk regular Jary.eaaaatt aaa. at
about four, but a speslalTsalrs'wUI
be summoned .to try th ase." '.
SEED TESTING. .
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FOR TMK WBCK VOR MMMCA
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gpeelal to. Tk Herald
CORVAIXbS, Nov. II, Tb gar-
ernmeat seed testiag' laboratory. wRb
all Ha apparatus aad th apeet la
chargg, aav been mvd .to portUM
for USjSfeek," laorder, tkat visitors
nuy.se. kow sed sre testsd tit, par
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elaa'rallroad bavo.aanouaeed that aa
agraaatoa'aaa.basB'raaoaad wMA ta
NsHaa-Oallforato-orstoa rawwaf
which would glv th Wsatora FAaMt
-v w aW4
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The Klamath oouatyaTMidi Jary
will b summeaad immsAtatsly. after
the conclusion ott theeeaa.'agaiast J,
p. Carroll., fkls waa'tAaaaeUion
reached thto arWnoon.sftor a.asasul
tatloa betwea Judge Meary UBsa
UaMBd PreateutlBg AHmmv B.'V.
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try tbe'Csrroll cs kl mors or.tossof
a taJM. but it Is ssmsIM taat'lt will
be.alsr' before MmW, of' the '.week.'
r, sf.y - m .- . 'i j ?'?-.
Aaeedlag to Mr.vKuykadaU there
ar'maar Impsrtiat
aafJI emragWwa Jg BjamV MgMSBjaxjmi aWyt 9Mmaa A
will k msasnrad. that aa
wast to .'aaai4;baaAtwte-e-
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juaieita i erwpa aaawnng
off eanriaaeaht toi ftk mnaJiaealBA j mM
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at. laa tmtM-'ataliaa''gjra aa aa-
aaaat apportualty 'tis gat. a' klrdyt
vtowaf toe experlsaeat stoUsa wark.
Aa sspsetoUr la pouto aahwtt to
aaown'as' a' pah f laa Craak' 'as'aaty
farm, ethlblt. sad, the v bom sjmtlaa
shows tb largest' aad iaeat aara a
ktbKsTesskewalathaatoto. '" "
ju Tkto oora exhibit oaatalaa Mt ar
W selecUd ears f ta aaast aalWga
bred variety af aara, laa raaatt af t
yfamar'lw;sWlas.tos:v.:it tk aattM
to max R the
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