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SALMON, IDAHO, FRIDAY, 8CTOMR 1«. 1311 VOL. 33. NO. 80 MYSTERIES bidden leads P, -** ---- ,DS E. . —e, ten miles i*oo. Hlbbs SSW) Fl> 'uine, —. -----, « 0 . noi'hwest, was a fcen-; tear- rhe ore occur- ; ou! theories from the t »erfs '-t contra evei. possible angft. .0011 V.U- returned from of boulders varying in it 1 «, tor,- in weight to the. f ash tub, which were har oumpk i J from a field of , b The boulders were hauled three miles to a Moo."« reek, the nearest They were milled in a and amalgamation only reduction process t the use of the pioneer over the plates av "dollars a ton. There were sulphides in tbe bould earried high values. The jie washed Into the creek iare the gold rescued, ifth boulders were detach great quarts vein sub ure's chemical proces lution. This detached the from the foundation filled a fissure that ex into the uplifted moun stands thousands of feet level but broken by the force? that make nioun quartz vein in its primary -* divided into sections by hide divisions which seg bou'drrs of quartz into rying sizes and shapes, great vein was attacked by !ese j- on- of the important of geological formation of | » creek sector. The combi with the acids Ls associated in the pri-j!5' .ations. This natvj.-al sol teved ai! of the great Shoo mangane i circulating surface waters : even geld when the pree re except the ructions of soi : which ; -r,tuned intact and the ravsterkms Shoo Fly , with -h- raid sealed there jtje-ry -■' the disappearance Shoo Fly mother lode many transcient experts tain surface has been and bored with tunnels in sections und a:,' directions torarii the logical hiding the Shoo Fly lode claim there is a large outcrop known as the Abadonian outcrop is comparatively in its primary state the Aba lode logically carried but a cent of pyrlties. Nature's agents did not attack the nions of this lode, but left t to mark the original of the rich ore which had oved by gravity. The rich of the mother lode were al the action of strong solu they do not resemble the outcrop which has re in place and above the circu Btions. partance with a general geo Finciple hundreds of the [lodes in Lemhi county are Neaded below a barren zone N as the Shoo Fly vein was [ the waste left by solvents. PEER W. G. REES IN CALIFORNIA f Rees, former ranch own f atde grower, in which he N fortune, died at San Diego, P-_ last Saturday, October year. L. H. Chora re lecame owner by purchase [~* s ranch, which is one of ff* 1 in Lemhi valley. r Wmbi county, always a pri 1 hrlv however. He came here seventies. One of his r* Mr - Rees was for long I »rominent figure in the af - -*-»• — o* an E Rees, the county at ' *W other- ______ .| e other children are Mrs. rT w * 0n ' Mrs - William Box s J°hn J Carr. Mrs. Roll! i. rt Rees and Wiliam G. MtortU Kl of tot arrangements include f the body from Cali . bcr ial at Junction. k crrrr~ L is SOLD AGAIN tr ery ha Artery oar rn i f 1 Kimq bar to , ^ bts tract * Hibbs of land is potato farm and . J of production Fifth 1 ValUe under tbe nlan k yjl.' ** rp owner. The crop) sa ' a net retu rn of k Mr. Myers will re-, It " here he will en L-^ü_ .te- 0N COOK FAM< re * b arr. to be erected on kTu C . r ^ k ranch, the build ' •>7 60 feet MAHONiY-MAHONev rrr,ÄÄ^ wnere she has been the ' bu«„™ a. JW. than a quarter of a * brother-inlaw 7 ' " 1 'nturv arul her have ann(llm ' F Mahoney. carving took the Wh ''* D ,he oid AUurflh territory away from childrer^.rT^ ^ tav * Krowni* S" 1 I en - Mr Mahoney two married ; old Alton» county. Both hav children. Mr. Mahoney two daughters the .----"" R- and Seth J W . t ° br °thers. C.!*" Mahon?v S fone and . Mrs nave announced »heir Â t0 unite their H V e •-■termifeation • ; Mr. Mahoney 1 been • matn,I10n >' i fiarg in ldal , 0 mn o! "b ^ jtea years the senior or m*?' ** ia * wife who . r e "" r *»U mt nd-d thirty years . .i"™ of _ "P • F «r ' it y, thé formation t Q,a ® ro coua ' largely due to hi, *^5" wa> ,/ children" Mr" *vtIv, IJUtu nave grown daughters the ! 1 Mahoney four sons and one daugh ter two of the sons being enlisted Î WaF ' Eddlt at (-'amp Lewis, Marion already in France, and Ray and \ anty in Lemhi county Th * daughter is Mrs. Della Mahoney Glennon. wife of Mayor Glennon of Salmon. The wedding is to take place Salmon on the morning of the 3rd 0 f November, after which the couple ; expect to be able to get away for a : long deferred visit to their childhood ; home back in Missouri, where there are relatives of both residing. The Kirtley creek dredge Is being junked. It worked out the pay streak for which it was installed, and no new placer field has been found for its further use. A large shipment of parts were sent out this week to be used in operating dredges in Califor nia. SOLDIER SON IS VERY SICK MAM Bert King, soldier son of H. B. I f ing and located at Frp "ont. Cali | fo:n!a ' I f ame honK ' Monday a i'f/. , slCa >:u - ; ' na « lr «-" l -' i!' ho,J K pneatooni "' aä P~«*ounc t -d by tim physician.;. Ho had waited Ion : at Armstead for comr-yance hit:- pri-j!5' ! iom Saturda - V ,m ' i^ CIlday before ther vms ; f f ln OL ;: ll \™ b >' stage. Upon »arrival here hi: con ii 'ucn was critical, with high eve: an 1 oat- lung nvolved in congestion H,< parents, who-., hom, i; U0 juilts up the Siiinjron river, were appro bed ot the young man s, condition. With the other son of the family the father end mother came on to this city .ai once and have been .laying at th, hoVh'-'of Mr. and Mn. Sterling Price The young soldier is at the H:>n-| mer hospital under efficient care and attention. He had just obtained a furlough and or. the train to Salmon he was taken ill RED CROSS NOTES Two boxes of linen, one box of dresses for Belgium relief and one big box of sweaters and socks have been sent out over our allotment. Five per cent of the Golden Rule sales for the three days of the fair amounted to $21.70, which was do nated to the Red Cross. j During the time of the order hibiting all public gatherings the work will not be done at the Red Cross headquarters in the Pioneer building, but each day a committee^ will be in charge and it is earnestly'Jihg requested that members will cal! there for work to do at home so that our allotment will be done on time, GE^NERAL INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS for Christmas par cels for men abroad, both army and! marine corps. The American Red Cross will pre pare these parcels for mailing, an arrangement having been completed between the war department, the post office department and the Red £ ross Shipping space available will per -1 mit the sending of but one parcel to each man. To avoid any duplication and to make sure each parcel Is çorref i,y addressed, a Christmas Parcel Label is now being issued to every man abroad who will mail this label to. some relative or friend who will be enttlled to send him parcel by set forth. The relative or friend who receives ^mplving with the conditions here - •• a Christmas label from a man in ser "'».vice overseas will apvly to the near rhaoter Branch or Community tst „ ___ ____, ____ _ auxiliary of the Red Cross and upon showinE th e Christmas label will re rf , iv# , one carton. 3x4x9 inches in ; ceive one carton !size This carton may be filled with lanv combination of articles that fit in ' it and ;m , not barred by the post office department The list of arti j®",**tat my not be sent may be: procured from the sant** place as th« '„„r,™* The weight of the parcel pod in bt' niail be taken to the place where it wa procured. xo Christmas parce ed later than November 15, Xo Christmas parcel can b* : C epted by the postoffice without t Christmas parcel label from -ore «ea« No duplicate can be issued it I ci î£t;.â£" v? b":; 1 I» 1 y N ' t i?" 1 War department agreement with ^6 and the postoffice department (inust therefor be strictly observed. NEW METHOD OF TREATMENT OF COPPER AND OTHER ORES hi Arrange mem* have been complet llnVrf* un,verstt> ' oi 1 tah TlM ' niiE ,ns department of the federal gov ran *»' recognized the departure ; from tb " old methods of treatment. ; J .. ------ — .......r«,, C.!*" d * be ■*» *« perfected inlj»,elaboration of the best ex • - • - «ave ter, complet i Î u \ ' « plant ^ , i '- ïh ' S(îl The pro KL'»Pavement which will be " ^ aUoa b > «** first of th, year, ' av " | :!tan > I'bases of c:„ re J*! . " \\ th * lwif h,B * Process at ,/ f ,k" „„ ; ^ y tbe min .' n * department recogntzet the departure ! 1 .£* _° ld m * lhods treatment. • perts of the federal department with Frof. Bradford, the head of the Utah school of mines. The Pope-Shenon ores have been used largely in the labatory work in the development of the new procès* of treatment. A three-ton run of the Pope-She non ore was treated this week to de j'rnnine questions of cost and other ; detail8 of economical Interest. It : ae!f "Tmined that copper ores, ; ^»peoially, can be reduced to a 100 per c«*ni product as cheaply at tbe mine as it has been done in the past at the smelters. The plant to make perfect extrac lion can be installed at the mine as cheaply as a stamp mill can be set BIG GAME HUNTERS COME INTO COUNTY A R R Robinson and wife, A. W Robinson ami L. O. Stratton, railroad tuen from various department;; of to the Short Line system, came to Sal mon Sunday enroute to th>- big ...mi I re.- r. es of Lemhi county. E P. lline.; and Edward Hines, Jr , joined the party here and they went over ih. Leesburg hill Monday by -auto from th.; Bradl.-y-Watkins Mr. Hines knows tie haunts of the big game from the expert nee of years spent in th-v Blackbird camp, . nc! from annual campaigns for bear steak and venison during the past 20 ,years. The conditions this week are -favorable for a tracking snow end the lawful limit meat, heads and thins. - • ly - MORE WORD c ROV FRANCE Arthur Simpson, son of Mrs Sto bte of Baker, writes on August 7 and jl_6* tr °ra Vichy, France, of the condi- |P tions there and friends he met, in ;part, as follows: las "\ou wll notice that I have writ- is ten the name of the town or city ! am in. It is the largest place I have | been in in France. I have been thru several but never stopped. "I am in the base hospital but do not know hosv long I will be here It was July 14 when I received j pro-!your letter, also one from Eva. I sure felt sorry for Herbert and Edgar for the death of little Helen hit them ; awfully hard. The boys received the letter telling of her death the even of the 14th and at 12 o'clock that [night the Boche tried to kill us all 'pff. They bombard«*d us for eigh* hours steady but they never gained anything by it. Our artillery gave them four shells for one. I suppose the jjapers tell of what the Anieri can soldiers are doing now If the good work keeps on the war will be over soon. I was gassed but not seriously Will be all right before long Was down town last evening and j today for a short while. This is some There are nothing here but crowded with people all the town, parks time. The first ice cream that I hav seen since 1 have been in France w as j ; today and I did not hav* tin- l ,r *< « of a dish so I had to pas» it up Well, it's almost supper time. can : hear the dishes rattling down m »h«- ; dining room. Meal time does no» Meal time does not I come any too often to suit me and hay« pretty good eats too. . , . . I bonds? 1 am pretty sure 1 had them If you get them by the this letter see if one and send me sent to you time you receive the bank will »ak« ; __ __ V... 1 f ,,f i, a about half of it and keep the re»' haven't b«*en paid for tw„ mom and from the looks of things will i ! ; months not be paid for two more for I will not for another ; get back to my company month and will not get paid until sign the pay roll ARTHUR SIMPSON, Ct B re Srt V _ 151 M » «*« < ^|iSi ^ ■ - visit to California is taken prunari > and'for the benefit of Mrs TO GO TO CALIFORNIA Th«* community will learn with re g: t of the determination of Georg* H Monk to retire from active af fairs in Salmon, at I« as' temporarily, including the severance of hi- con nection with the local banking bu- ne»». expecting to »pend th*- winter ; in California. His family will remov or Lone Beach, •wtien they »ill home Th** Monk's health, vrhich has been impaired. up t j r %t be extended to the treatment of sul phUW gold ore* cl ; rell to all >p« trun.i »umunura nave con firmed the claim that the Pope She non mine near Salmon U a prartlc up I .r th* treatment of fr-* gold ore*. TM* can be Installed in nr.,- to treat the on-* of the mai min- a- well as the mine of tor*.-« production Th. product. conus from the vats in pur, bull-on or Ingots ready for the market» of the world. The ne» principle will, cl.n»e* of copper ore» • Tfce fierai authorities have con j j ! _____ _ ^We lo^tl^"for"'thë" fin" working plant to utilise this new ore^reduc Uoo process The class and quality of In« ores are assured at this mine for the determination of the practi cal application of the proce»s fully determined In the labratory and In the experimental smelter established at the University of Utah. . Owing to the fact that federal aid has been invoked In th# developtnent baa__________ __ „ ..... , of this process, which was really the invention of "Prof. Bradford, there wtH be no patents taken out cover- j ing the process The full benefit of ju»* discovery will be given to the mining world and its use will be ab solutely free, A LONG DEFERRED , CASE IS REHEARD to t pa* :rS~ • ?k re peal cm . st the v -ilidity of certain order- ed bv the board of county com mV-ion.-re and the cases came on for trial again on Tuesday morning In- for- Judge Cowen. The Judge bad dkqi* Ufa d i.r.uM V from d< u-rtn nd. tires.- cases after hearing them »-al- ly this year Now, however, he con- cluded he might i.ik»- th»-in up again for fin.il determination, it appearing that Judg.- Kn-ixn. to whet tV# hyi been reft rred, declne.1 to hear theta at hi: last eisit to Salmon. The cases were brought by \V. < Smith and J i Melvin. On th»- face of the rftords at the time of the appeals it v.n Jhat certain J|c» • uc< on account of th»- L* mhi tall* y high [way cons!ruction were Irregular in that no contract had been let for th«* work allegt-d to have been perfonn |P d and the items ol th«-s<- expendi tures not being set out in the claims las allowed. Now in this hearing it is sought to introduce new records ed all ot _ [ j was a reopening of the ap a >« brought a long time ago , made up subsequently to the entire | traigSftcS'on under qtvw'ion and at t that the ar the same time to show ri-ounts were itemized at the conclus mn of the work. This new testimony .was offere-d by the clerk to the board j of commissioners. J. L Kirtley. the county auditor, who swore that It would take him two or three day.* ; to audit the mass of figures as sub rnittel in p*«y roll» and necount*. The inference was that an audit had never been undertaken by him at all but that th«* claims had b< n allowed us presented one of the appealed cases was that cont«*sting the allowance to P r, Dunn, for a balanc«* of nearly $KO0 for work on the leader« road Like) 'aii the rest of the bills this was ! »hrrwnk«, be uni'«mized Fv.«*hertnor* > it was also shown that Dunn claim ; cd the county owed him nothing as rlaim«*«l In the bli but that he ad pre j At th** conclusion of the testimony j Judg«* Cowen said he would deter- ' mine the cases after citations of I»* 1 the case later after citations of law j should be submitted j - « j n divorce action of Barnett against Barnett a d«-cree was ord**r : P d severing th«* marriage relations, ; wS|h , hf CUi<tod> of a mtnen- child ;iW;in j e ,j to t h»* mother who Is to get an allowance of $25 I» the child" supp«irt. r month for BANK VAULT SUIT CASE IS DECIDED IN *1 AWARD ; Th<- damage suit of O C. Beeb«-« against th«* Piom-er Bank and Trust company wiv» decld«-U by th** Jury trying it on Monday last, with a ver ; diet awarding plaintiff „nd cos » tl damag«*» The suit grew out of the removal of a vault door from th« First national bank building, which had been leased by the Pioneer bank. When the t«»nant removed therefrom the manag«-ni*-nt contend ed that the vault door had b**n bought with the furniture and fix tur«-s <>n the o»h«r hand liebe* a* th« hold» r of a mortgage on th« building contend«-d that tin vault door wa» prop«rly a part of the building anl could not b* dcached Th** jury was ou» for »one hours hefor«' hems able to agr«-«*. standing six-six until pin*- of them g< »'>: -th cr to aere* u(**n th* verdi« stated It is »aid the plaintiff w j, l appeal, while the d-d -ndant bank t*eopl* » *> they ;m«*nt of th« vriiiing to stand th«* pa>* costs of the suit which !go with the small damages. INSTITUTE REVIEW By Mrs. it 6. Stringrfellow, One of the instructors at th* Lem hi county teacher»' Institute held in Salmon last week staled that our pchool ma'ams were the be»t looking bunch of teachers he had faced in hi* work. As an Interested eja-ctator btld listener 1 second the ruction and will go further with th* statement 1$ that it wm> an uncommonly intelll gent. weU-dre**«d and interesting group of women, with a ft-» men in cluded. Among the women were ear jn.-st young things who looked a* if j they were Ju»t out of the class room j themselves, and gray haired women ! with the light of high purpose in their faces. All *eetn««d filled w ah a this by into ly sense *of responsibility in their high ca,,ln * " d,r f°u ° f tb V'** t,n ' r our > outb - * nd fcU «1^ '® «*•« * 11 ,he ^formation and ln*pL . Utt ** sidelight* on the shortcomings of parents from the stand point ot ration offered by the instructors. It seemed a pity that more of tbe parents did not avail themselves of the opportunity to attend the meet ings as there was much to Interest them. It was illuminating to get tbe . lb * teacher, and I think this one mother will be a better parent here j after for having attended the tnatl j tute the it in th«* it Th* pedagogues certainly will be better teacher* because ot the high standards held up to them b> the in •tractors as the Idtsl towards which they should strive One was Impress ed anew with the thought that the teachers, especially in the rural dis tricts . are expected to Ih- leader* In all endeavors for the common good ot the community in which they live [ Miss Anna Barron, county superin j tendant of schools' alily presided a» a ji »(„. i*,«*!ons, am^ wa* the corellal host»*»» at the only »octal affair In c.nnection with the institute, which was a tel riven in the domestic science room of the high *iU*h>S. Th«* hall and room h*«1 lx** n m»*at attrac lively transformed with fail dowers ing und H» ol d b: ;nd Mrs. Of high \V. E. snnnln <m Monduy I* r.< r of th» Albi tn norm; I pave n »'*• ries of tnlks on « du«, lonnl topics, laying atr«-»* on tbe duty of reach , r* to train th«* young American so that h»- will be prepare ! to mc-i t the ttnu ual «jpportunities and r« sponsi biiities that will fall lo ihf lot of th< next generation in this country All through his talks Prof Werner struck a high note of patriotism and fervent belief in America *as the apostl»- of democracy to all the world These offerings were worthy of a wider audience than the instl* tute but will no «ioubt b*-ar fruit in lessons of good cUlXi-nshtp and pa at t r iotlsni CaughV Wf Lemhi county ar school room*. (E Prof. Soulen «ifClb«- state univer j,jty was «-qually roreeful and con yinring In his discussion of school problem» Superintendent Hand of the Sal ni0 n schools contributed not a little th«: success of the Institute from his wisdom .«nd «-xperienc** in the profession of teaching An int« resting feature- of the week was a talk by Attorney Rees on Sac agH»«-.t. In n hi'* National Heroine Mr U«*«*s has mad«* a thoughtful »»». ly of tin- L* »l* and Clark K*fi«> ditlon. and Is well qualifi«-d to speak with auth«,r!ty on this sub)ect. He a |»o gave a talk on the Physiograpti | r History of lx-mhl count) Mr B«-nn«*tt of th«- university ex i.-nsion department discussed bloUv and kindre*«! topics on Tues«ia> af temoon and was h*-ard with deep at tentlon All 'he talk* eliclt**d lively discussion atvl argument from ih«* ti-achers. showing a healthy »tat«* of on interest in th«* problems of school life Resolutions were adopted by the institute pl««lging support to the ed ucational campaign of the Idaho An tl Tub«-reulo*is society, also In their I efforts for th«* erection of a state A vote ,h " ,ub ' rcU f U ' •of thanks was tendered Ir of thanks was tendered Professors Werner and Soulen for their inspir ing and helpful talks and to Mi»s Barron for her work in preparing and conducting the institute so suc cessfully. also a vote of thanks for the use of the building -Those attending tbe institut; Miss Barron. Supennt* tuient ip Rond, Meroo Lonsdale. Daniels. Bessie Stroud. Burtine Rover*. Mrs Mrs Hettinger. Ethel Tinglejr. !sab**lle Ryan. Ida Steele, Mr p »re , Phil Helen Mr*. Kmlgh. McCortnU k. !>-wi.», Fi-ira Mrs Brough. Watkins. Vivian Emerson. Elizabeth Cotter. Thompson. Edna Shanafelt, S Mr* Burr. Mr* Morph*-,v. Burns. Mrs Bieghler. Esth* Margery K' k* r. 1 r»n< * B Leadore; J«-s#le Pink*rton. 1 Gautier. Kellogg. T« ndoy Wttsi in»v ill« h. Wood. Mr Morph* Audrey Wyant. Carlson. R«no; j • 1$ i^n.oM) PLEDGES AMPLE BUT QUOTA SHY $20,0M County Chairman Monk report* this morning that Lemhi county is |îu,<*«> short of Is full quota of in the Fourth Liberty Loan drive. Mr. Monk expl&in* this shortage by the failure of .the various pre cinct committees to get their report* into the banks. The county cannot receive credit for any subscript loo* until It U filed with a bank and pay ment of the finit Installment actual ly mad*. It therefore behove« every precinct committee in the county to _ |# , . «*•« pledge. Into actual *ub acrlptlons and to file them with some bank in tbe county before dos ing time Saturday, th* 18th. or the pledge is lost, and Lemhi county may be thrown Into tbe slacker col umn OiT DU 8V, COUNTY WOftK im, and bold up the fair name and and let's Sold up tbe fair mas and enviable record ot our county. If your report la not In tbe bank Satur day by 1:30 p. m It will be lost The (olknrtag precincts have their quotas la tbe banks now: Salmon. Nortbfork, Pahstmarol. The following precincts are yet DELINQUENT according to tbe re ports of tbe four banks: Carnnsn. T«-ndoy. Lembi. Leadore. and Oil more Reports have com* from all the*« praelncis except Carmen that the quotas are pledged In full It ia now up to the pr»»cluct committee men to get these into tbe banks Only a few hours remain to make giod Will you get busy or will you be slackers? so of :h th in HEAVY FINE INSTEAD OF JAIL FOR THIS OFFENOER Ii e! abuulag up to Jail a must »hu had b. «-it »„nvicted if wrong doing Judge Cowen iaat .s :-tria) imposed U'^on t?ie offender h«tav> fine of a tlcus.ind dollar», hall of which was paid and tor other hull some time wa* allow* for th« offender to *.tm It. Oener comni.EdaUon is tifitwutrt at the ion of the »c*urt Tire* ca*e waa that against Ross Wdtiams, who had b»*< n convicted by a Juty tor as-ualt on Jack Jones Friemls of WitliaRU« declage tb.Y. while tjie »»> ault. he mad« upon Jon«** deserve* »b« pun ishment usually lmpt»«-d for a fel ony th«* en«l* of justice are amply met in th<- fine instead of re-qurtmt hint to serve Urn* In idleness in prison anti that he will never allow himself to commit such an offen*« again Mr and Mr* Waller C. Fox rode over to Big creek tbls week to look after and return home with their sheep flocks which have summeresd on that range KLINGER WRITES ABOU't SOME LEMHI COUNTY LAOS lx>s Angeles, (Ktober t, 1313 Friend Recorder In our annual summer travels, which, by the wa/, h. pp«n«d t«i be up Yoaemiro Park way this year, we called on GUliott Yearian and family at HoUlJter. -rod t'l«*I« found Private liene Lewis, Harvey Briggs. Rodney Tobias. Eldo Stroud and Bugler Harold Kichwatd, The*«* 1-ernbi boys now statlon«*d at Fort Fremont wer** fetch«*d from and returned to their camp in Mr Yenr lan's auto, the distance of the two round trips totaling 2kO mile* and the soldiers wish to proclaim their w«***kend visit as the finest treat for many a day. A half dozen or more* other soldiers from Ia*mbl are at Fremont but their wh«*re»b*>uts rould not be a»ccrta!n«*d. hence the very lucky few who are certainly ap preciative of the two day's visit among friends and the breaking away of the monotonous camp life. As h,v* always b«-«-n the office of th«- Y«-artans. thw hospitality extend* to boumis unlimited and the an notincment I* a*ke*l that there* is al ways an op*-n home to every I-ernht U. 3 service man who is now within visiting distance or who may yet come to Camp Fremont if they or tireur parents will only inform th«-m of their address «►ur treaerary of "seeing America first'' (or r»th«-r California) included Pacific ( î rov *• where*, of coarse. M****rs. McPherson and Macnab and families are permanently located and wher«- th* -** gentleman are seemingly a big part of th** moving bu» in«-,■* spirit of that beautiful lil 1 1»* < «vast resort Not many Ie*m! it* < are f«>und rvorh of th* Tehachlpe range of tu »untain*. compared to tbo*«- wh«» be southland of California, that time and space Is this particular pre-eb-r d at th** year and should items of n*ws interfere ■onsmcndable endeavor to t that hunch — — I® 0 «■quent 1 knov pel little def. j «right, • Shoup. Goldburg. pi. >*«* disc*re! for L A. KLINGER. Eva Col lino.