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ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM OUR STATE Chronicle of Important Events of Interest to Washington Readers. Neglect Brings Severe Sentence. fee t-a-ild-is 160 feet around-the tips of the longest branches. This season the tree will produce seventy boxes of apples, s Howell Holds Job. • OLYMPIA.The state supreme court has ruled there is no secretary of state to be elected this fall, and therefore I. M. Howell, who was ap- pointed secertary of state by Gov- ernor Hay, following the resignation :of Secretary Sam H. Nichols. holds PORT T)WNSEND  Lieutenant i the office until 1912. Rollo F. Anderson, after being con- fined to quarters at Fort Casey since: SIDELIGHTS FROM OTHER MAYOR OF NEW YORK SHOT BY ASSASSIN NEW YORK.--Mayor William J. Gaynor, of New York. was shot and probably fatally wounded on board the steamer Kaiser Wilhelm der Crosse as he was sailing for Europe Tuesday morning. The man who shot the Mayor was arrested on shipboard and gave his name as Jules James Gallegher of 440 Third Ave., New York City. He wa d.&apos;) ther wri( ar(;ti:lt t;i hi azJc]L 'q),.troit'" e.,J++i:w, whi<.ii wilt use eitb ga+olio, or kerosh,e, is tt model o[ ltjt-lli ;,id -implicit,y and is also econi.:al ill .IS CO;.S{lil,i}['}tt tl[ l|l_}. Gay is local ;tgel]l foI- thee el,giues will be pleased to .,,ive mformatioa to wllo are interested in he use of small power plants. Subscribe for The May 10 and tried by courtmartial, CITIES IN WASHINGTON identified as a city employe who re- will have to remain in confinement at  centiy had been discharged. his quarters for two months more and  Imitating at times the screams of a  The Mayor, who was about to sail pay a fine of $100, as a result of find- i frightened woman, and again imita- for Europe for*rest, was on the upper ings of the court-martial which was lug the cries of a little chi!d, a wan- deck of the liner, well forward, talk- convened to try him. Lieutenant An- daring cougar has been seen and ing with Commissioner Thompson, derson was in charge of a mortar bat- heard in the vicinity of Husum with- I Corporation Counsel Watson, and his tery during the sub-caliber practice in the past few days. i secretary Mr. Adamson. when the shot at Fort Casey on May 10, and during On this, his 40th birthday, Maurice i was fired. the practice a sub-caliber shell struck Langhorne, attorney of Tacoma, ex- Three shots were fired at the the steamer Major Evan Thomas, prosecutor of Lewis county, has filed Mayor Two of them missed and the which was towing the target. The declaration of his candidacy for the third lodged in the fleshy portion of shell barely missed Captain Charles democratic nomination for congress in the left side of the neck. Blood gush- Madison and two others and then it he second district, ed from the wound, and the first went through a stateroom into the The Burlington Railroad In the past! hasty examinations led to the belief steam drum, disabEng the vessel iweek has bought 1,500,000 feet o of serious and perhaps fatal conse- which had to be towed to the dock. , lumber from Puget Sound mills for re- quences. The Mayor retained con- .pair work and is buying 500,000 feet Famous Road Improved, t more. NORTH YAKIMA.Famous as the The July report of the health de- * road over which the first soldiers and ! partment, shows the month to have $ settlers came into the Yakima coun-lhad tire largest death record of any * try from rhe Dalles, the Mount Adams month in the history of the city of road is to be surveyed and improved' Spokane. The total number of deaths by the county authorities, and It is was 161. expected, will become one of the most" Fifty tlXousand dollars' worth of popular drives in the state, small irrigated tracts have been sold It was over this road that the sol- within the past few days to eastern diets marched to Fort Sirocco and people. The tracts are all close to • that the logsand timbers for the Fort .Walla Walla, prices ranging from $600 Sirocco buildings were dragged, while to $6000. along it were fought some of the bat- Sparks from  traction engine tJes of `the various Indian war burned 5000 bushels of wheat at farm of J. Loroux, who suffered a MANY ACRES WILL BE similar accident last year when his RESTORED IN OCTOBER threshing machine and grain burned . The damage this year is about $9000. In order to divert to Seattle from Tracts in Colville and Kanlsku Na- San Francisco, freight destined for tiona| Forests to Be Available, the Hawaiian islands, the Chicago, SPOKAAqE.--Notlce has been re- Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway JUDGE WILLIAM J. GAYNOR. . ceived by the land o/Ilce of the ap- has Just put Into effect new arlffs un- s " ........... I o proval by .the department of the in- . ........ ctousness ann mer examznatmns uy  uer wmcn SUCh zreght will be aefiv- . terior of _he order issued by Presi- . .......... !the physicians at the hospital gave a t erea at snlpslae at eaue at me same ^.^ .^_. _..^^ [  dent Taft for the restoration to the _ __ . I mu,= tt,uu ,v,,,ou,. : rate as at an leranclsco. ' public domain for settlement and on- . I The shooting occurred under clr. Charles Smith, 42 years old, insane'_ ............. . ..... a .... ,;  try of 42,615 acres of land in the Col- I uma.  t. m,, u.,.,,,,.., patient at Fort Steilasoom state asy- character. Mayor Gaynor camel÷ villa and Kanisku national forests ex- lure, was killed by Michael Corbett, 64 eluded by a proclamation May 6, aboard the steamer accompanied by l, 1910. The land will be formally re- years old, another patient. The men a number of prominent city officials i+ stored October 18, 1910, and subject were walking together, both being about to bid him good-bye. The par. o settlement azzd filing November 17, considered harmless. Following a dis- ty proceeded to the upper deck and cusaion Corbett seized a club and 1910, at the local Mnd office. The were assembled in a group giving land is covered with timber and is struck Smith, killing him almost in- final greetings. Crowds of passengers suitable for agricultural purposes. tantly. were waving adieu from the pier. The Port Blakeley Mill Company, The Mayor's party had Just formed after months of litigation, resulting Powder Fumes Kill Man. in one winning fight and then a loss, a group prepara˘ory to havilg their SEATTLE:--O. 3amleson, a rancher has tnally secured a decision of the pictures taken. living near Wellington, In the Cascade state supreme court under which it Suddenly a man pushed through the mountains, crawled into a coyote hole will be able to collect more than crowd from the rear. He approached to light powder, the fumes of which $100,000 insurance because of the des- the Mayor, and without a word be- would exterminate the wolf hiding truction of its mill by fire several gun to fire. in ,the den. The gases generated by years ago, Mayor Oaynor was seen to fall and the explosion of the powder suffocated At the remarkable (pening price of a gushing wound told that he lad Jumleson before he could withdraw $30 a ton, the first sale of prunes has been hit. At the same moment a from ,the hole. His body was taken been made in the Walla Walla valley, ship's guard sprang forward and dealt out several hours later. e Blalock Fruit Company announc- the assassin a blow on the head with lng a ccmtract for 100 carloads, 1000 a .billet, felling him to the deck, where Record Hay Price. tons, at that figure, The prunes are officers quickly eized him. WALLA WALLA.--Thirteen hun- the Italian variety, and the trees are BALLINGER BACK HOME dred tons of alfalfa 1ay, the pooled well loaded this year. It is estimated crops of several Gardena and Touchet that, at the above figure, prunes will 8aye Visit East Was Misunderstood; farms, sold for $16,900, or $13 a toll. return $2000 an acre this year. Resignation Not Asked. Two records are broken by the sale. Publicity as for divorce against SEATTLE.---Secretary of the Inter- It was not only the largest hay deal fraud in actions for divorce is advo- ior Richard A. Balllnger returned ever closed here, but the price was cated by Presiding Judge J. D. Hinkle from his visit to Minnesota and Chi- the best ever paid here at this time of the superior court of Spokane coCO, which has been made the occa- of the year. county, who announces that the rule, slon of so much speculation and gos. CAPITOL GRANT DISPOSED OF permitting 30 days to elapse between sip. Interviewed. he said: the filing of the suit and the trial of "My conference with Senator Good Prices Seourod for Poorest the case, undoubtedly will be adopted Crane had no relation to any matter Tracts by Washington. by the Judges in Spokane county, go- personal to myselfnot in the slight- OLYMPIA.WIth but nine bidsten- lug into effect November 1. eat degree. Let me tell you this: If dered, a total of $44,169.52 was j-sol- A" memorial fountain is to be erect- I should resign it would be in order Ized from the first sale of capitol land, ed upon the grounds of the new Wash. to leave me free to prosecute those he proceeds of which are to be ap- Ington veterans' home, at Port Or- persons who have been instrumental plied to the paying o: of the calSitol chard, as a tribute to the soldiers of In the publication of libelous and de warrants and the construction of the the civil war. This fountain is to be famatory attack upon my character new capitol, built under the auspices of William and it is undoubtedly from them that The capitol commission met In the McKinley Circle No. 1L Ladies of the I the repeated stories of resignation office of Governor Hay and was well @arnd Army of the Republic; the emanate." pleased with the showing. The lands funds to be raised by subscriptions were among the poorest of the grant" from all citizens of this clty and the Protests sen to Washington are be and sold at a good figure. The corn- state of Washington. lieved to have stopped the threatened mission ordered a second sale, at Pointing out that the district school removal of the Walla Walla Immlgra- which bid will be opened November indebtedness in Washington has In. tion station. The commercial club has 15. The land sold was in Skagit, Sno- creased from $3.54 per child of school been keeping the wires hot with sta- homlsh, Skamania, Clark and CowIits. age in 1890, to $33,86 in 1909, and tistics showing the need of the eta- The second sale will include land in other startllng facts concerning mis- tlon. those and Kits*up and Douglas court- mmagement of school finances, State Floe billion acres of farming lands ties. School Supt. E. B. Dewey has ad- will be represented in the congress Touchet Has Largest Apple Tree. dressed a letter to all county superln- which will convene in Spokane, Octo- DAYTON.The Touchet valley tendents urging that provision be bar 3. Every section of the world claims the largest apple tree in the made the year for paying off some of where better farming methods may Northwest. It measures eight feet i this debt, and also that high interest be considered profitable is expected to i around the base, six and one-half feet :nds and warrants now outstanding be represented in this great conven- i AND GR00ND CELEBRA Sixth Annual Given by Court Fall City No, 117 FALL CITY, WASH. Saturday, Aug. If you want your watch repaired RIGHT go td ]ILFONG'S on Front Street and get a written guaranlee that is backed by property owned in Is- saquah, with your watch and then i[ it don't run right you can get your money back. I am here to stay and work done now is with an eye to future business. Located one door north of The In'- pendent office. J. W. WlLFONG WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER Tiling, Sewer Pipe tn all " Carried in stock in the most used sizes. Drain pipe supplied on application. The prices on line this is absolutely the lowest you can get anywhere. Anderson's Lumber Yard HATS AND BOYS SUITS UR lines of seasonable hats and styhsh boy's suits are big values for the pric we ask and the stock is large enough to afford selection to suit you either in price, quality, color or style. See this stock before buying in these lines. N. J. BURKE'S General Merchandise Stere For Sale Five acres nice level cleared land under cultivation. Three houses about 6o Apple, Cherry. Pear, Plum and Prune trees in good bearing. Half mile from lsquah Post Office. This is one ni the best locations in the valley. Address or call on-- J. L. Talmadge, . ISSAQUAH, WASH. I Carry a Full Line of Caskets, Burial Robes, Etc. Calls answered Day or Night. PONE AIN 18 ISSAQUAH .a WASH. ,o American Plan First Class ROYAL HOTEL ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM OUR STATE Chronicle of Important Events of Interest to Washington Readers. Neglect Brings Severe Sentence. fee t-a-ild-is 160 feet around-the tips of the longest branches. This season the tree will produce seventy boxes of apples, s Howell Holds Job. • OLYMPIA.The state supreme court has ruled there is no secretary of state to be elected this fall, and therefore I. M. Howell, who was ap- pointed secertary of state by Gov- ernor Hay, following the resignation :of Secretary Sam H. Nichols. holds PORT T)WNSEND  Lieutenant i the office until 1912. Rollo F. Anderson, after being con- fined to quarters at Fort Casey since: SIDELIGHTS FROM OTHER MAYOR OF NEW YORK SHOT BY ASSASSIN NEW YORK.--Mayor William J. Gaynor, of New York. was shot and probably fatally wounded on board the steamer Kaiser Wilhelm der Crosse as he was sailing for Europe Tuesday morning. The man who shot the Mayor was arrested on shipboard and gave his name as Jules James Gallegher of 440 Third Ave., New York City. He wa d.') ther wri( ar(;ti:lt t;i hi azJc]L 'q),.troit'" e.,J++i:w, whi<.ii wilt use eitb ga+olio, or kerosh,e, is tt model o[ ltjt-lli ;,id -implicit,y and is also econi.:al ill .IS CO;.S{lil,i}['}tt tl[ l|l_}. Gay is local ;tgel]l foI- thee el,giues will be pleased to .,,ive mformatioa to wllo are interested in he use of small power plants. Subscribe for The May 10 and tried by courtmartial, CITIES IN WASHINGTON identified as a city employe who re- will have to remain in confinement at  centiy had been discharged. his quarters for two months more and  Imitating at times the screams of a  The Mayor, who was about to sail pay a fine of $100, as a result of find- i frightened woman, and again imita- for Europe for*rest, was on the upper ings of the court-martial which was lug the cries of a little chi!d, a wan- deck of the liner, well forward, talk- convened to try him. Lieutenant An- daring cougar has been seen and ing with Commissioner Thompson, derson was in charge of a mortar bat- heard in the vicinity of Husum with- I Corporation Counsel Watson, and his tery during the sub-caliber practice in the past few days. i secretary Mr. Adamson. when the shot at Fort Casey on May 10, and during On this, his 40th birthday, Maurice i was fired. the practice a sub-caliber shell struck Langhorne, attorney of Tacoma, ex- Three shots were fired at the the steamer Major Evan Thomas, prosecutor of Lewis county, has filed Mayor Two of them missed and the which was towing the target. The declaration of his candidacy for the third lodged in the fleshy portion of shell barely missed Captain Charles democratic nomination for congress in the left side of the neck. Blood gush- Madison and two others and then it he second district, ed from the wound, and the first went through a stateroom into the The Burlington Railroad In the past! hasty examinations led to the belief steam drum, disabEng the vessel iweek has bought 1,500,000 feet o of serious and perhaps fatal conse- which had to be towed to the dock. , lumber from Puget Sound mills for re- quences. The Mayor retained con- .pair work and is buying 500,000 feet Famous Road Improved, t more. NORTH YAKIMA.Famous as the The July report of the health de- * road over which the first soldiers and ! partment, shows the month to have $ settlers came into the Yakima coun-lhad tire largest death record of any * try from rhe Dalles, the Mount Adams month in the history of the city of road is to be surveyed and improved' Spokane. The total number of deaths by the county authorities, and It is was 161. expected, will become one of the most" Fifty tlXousand dollars' worth of popular drives in the state, small irrigated tracts have been sold It was over this road that the sol- within the past few days to eastern diets marched to Fort Sirocco and people. The tracts are all close to • that the logsand timbers for the Fort .Walla Walla, prices ranging from $600 Sirocco buildings were dragged, while to $6000. along it were fought some of the bat- Sparks from  traction engine tJes of `the various Indian war burned 5000 bushels of wheat at farm of J. Loroux, who suffered a MANY ACRES WILL BE similar accident last year when his RESTORED IN OCTOBER threshing machine and grain burned . The damage this year is about $9000. In order to divert to Seattle from Tracts in Colville and Kanlsku Na- San Francisco, freight destined for tiona| Forests to Be Available, the Hawaiian islands, the Chicago, SPOKAAqE.--Notlce has been re- Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway JUDGE WILLIAM J. GAYNOR. . ceived by the land o/Ilce of the ap- has Just put Into effect new arlffs un- s " ........... I o proval by .the department of the in- . ........ ctousness ann mer examznatmns uy  uer wmcn SUCh zreght will be aefiv- . terior of _he order issued by Presi- . .......... !the physicians at the hospital gave a t erea at snlpslae at eaue at me same ^.^ .^_. _..^^ [  dent Taft for the restoration to the _ __ . I mu,= tt,uu ,v,,,ou,. : rate as at an leranclsco. ' public domain for settlement and on- . I The shooting occurred under clr. Charles Smith, 42 years old, insane'_ ............. . ..... a .... ,;  try of 42,615 acres of land in the Col- I uma.  t. m,, u.,.,,,,.., patient at Fort Steilasoom state asy- character. Mayor Gaynor camel÷ villa and Kanisku national forests ex- lure, was killed by Michael Corbett, 64 eluded by a proclamation May 6, aboard the steamer accompanied by l, 1910. The land will be formally re- years old, another patient. The men a number of prominent city officials i+ stored October 18, 1910, and subject were walking together, both being about to bid him good-bye. The par. o settlement azzd filing November 17, considered harmless. Following a dis- ty proceeded to the upper deck and cusaion Corbett seized a club and 1910, at the local Mnd office. The were assembled in a group giving land is covered with timber and is struck Smith, killing him almost in- final greetings. Crowds of passengers suitable for agricultural purposes. tantly. were waving adieu from the pier. The Port Blakeley Mill Company, The Mayor's party had Just formed after months of litigation, resulting Powder Fumes Kill Man. in one winning fight and then a loss, a group prepara˘ory to havilg their SEATTLE:--O. 3amleson, a rancher has tnally secured a decision of the pictures taken. living near Wellington, In the Cascade state supreme court under which it Suddenly a man pushed through the mountains, crawled into a coyote hole will be able to collect more than crowd from the rear. He approached to light powder, the fumes of which $100,000 insurance because of the des- the Mayor, and without a word be- would exterminate the wolf hiding truction of its mill by fire several gun to fire. in ,the den. The gases generated by years ago, Mayor Oaynor was seen to fall and the explosion of the powder suffocated At the remarkable (pening price of a gushing wound told that he lad Jumleson before he could withdraw $30 a ton, the first sale of prunes has been hit. At the same moment a from ,the hole. His body was taken been made in the Walla Walla valley, ship's guard sprang forward and dealt out several hours later. e Blalock Fruit Company announc- the assassin a blow on the head with lng a ccmtract for 100 carloads, 1000 a .billet, felling him to the deck, where Record Hay Price. tons, at that figure, The prunes are officers quickly eized him. WALLA WALLA.--Thirteen hun- the Italian variety, and the trees are BALLINGER BACK HOME dred tons of alfalfa 1ay, the pooled well loaded this year. It is estimated crops of several Gardena and Touchet that, at the above figure, prunes will 8aye Visit East Was Misunderstood; farms, sold for $16,900, or $13 a toll. return $2000 an acre this year. Resignation Not Asked. Two records are broken by the sale. Publicity as for divorce against SEATTLE.---Secretary of the Inter- It was not only the largest hay deal fraud in actions for divorce is advo- ior Richard A. Balllnger returned ever closed here, but the price was cated by Presiding Judge J. D. Hinkle from his visit to Minnesota and Chi- the best ever paid here at this time of the superior court of Spokane coCO, which has been made the occa- of the year. county, who announces that the rule, slon of so much speculation and gos. CAPITOL GRANT DISPOSED OF permitting 30 days to elapse between sip. Interviewed. he said: the filing of the suit and the trial of "My conference with Senator Good Prices Seourod for Poorest the case, undoubtedly will be adopted Crane had no relation to any matter Tracts by Washington. by the Judges in Spokane county, go- personal to myselfnot in the slight- OLYMPIA.WIth but nine bidsten- lug into effect November 1. eat degree. Let me tell you this: If dered, a total of $44,169.52 was j-sol- A" memorial fountain is to be erect- I should resign it would be in order Ized from the first sale of capitol land, ed upon the grounds of the new Wash. to leave me free to prosecute those he proceeds of which are to be ap- Ington veterans' home, at Port Or- persons who have been instrumental plied to the paying o: of the calSitol chard, as a tribute to the soldiers of In the publication of libelous and de warrants and the construction of the the civil war. This fountain is to be famatory attack upon my character new capitol, built under the auspices of William and it is undoubtedly from them that The capitol commission met In the McKinley Circle No. 1L Ladies of the I the repeated stories of resignation office of Governor Hay and was well @arnd Army of the Republic; the emanate." pleased with the showing. The lands funds to be raised by subscriptions were among the poorest of the grant" from all citizens of this clty and the Protests sen to Washington are be and sold at a good figure. The corn- state of Washington. lieved to have stopped the threatened mission ordered a second sale, at Pointing out that the district school removal of the Walla Walla Immlgra- which bid will be opened November indebtedness in Washington has In. tion station. The commercial club has 15. The land sold was in Skagit, Sno- creased from $3.54 per child of school been keeping the wires hot with sta- homlsh, Skamania, Clark and CowIits. age in 1890, to $33,86 in 1909, and tistics showing the need of the eta- The second sale will include land in other startllng facts concerning mis- tlon. those and Kits*up and Douglas court- mmagement of school finances, State Floe billion acres of farming lands ties. School Supt. E. B. Dewey has ad- will be represented in the congress Touchet Has Largest Apple Tree. dressed a letter to all county superln- which will convene in Spokane, Octo- DAYTON.The Touchet valley tendents urging that provision be bar 3. Every section of the world claims the largest apple tree in the made the year for paying off some of where better farming methods may Northwest. It measures eight feet i this debt, and also that high interest be considered profitable is expected to i around the base, six and one-half feet :nds and warrants now outstanding be represented in this great conven- i AND GR00ND CELEBRA Sixth Annual Given by Court Fall City No, 117 FALL CITY, WASH. Saturday, Aug. If you want your watch repaired RIGHT go td ]ILFONG'S on Front Street and get a written guaranlee that is backed by property owned in Is- saquah, with your watch and then i[ it don't run right you can get your money back. I am here to stay and work done now is with an eye to future business. Located one door north of The In'- pendent office. J. W. WlLFONG WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER Tiling, Sewer Pipe tn all " Carried in stock in the most used sizes. Drain pipe supplied on application. The prices on line this is absolutely the lowest you can get anywhere. Anderson's Lumber Yard HATS AND BOYS SUITS UR lines of seasonable hats and styhsh boy's suits are big values for the pric we ask and the stock is large enough to afford selection to suit you either in price, quality, color or style. See this stock before buying in these lines. N. J. BURKE'S General Merchandise Stere For Sale Five acres nice level cleared land under cultivation. Three houses about 6o Apple, Cherry. Pear, Plum and Prune trees in good bearing. Half mile from lsquah Post Office. This is one ni the best locations in the valley. Address or call on-- J. L. Talmadge, . ISSAQUAH, WASH. I Carry a Full Line of Caskets, Burial Robes, Etc. Calls answered Day or Night. PONE AIN 18 ISSAQUAH .a WASH. ,o American Plan First Class ROYAL HOTEL