Oregon Mustangs. Three facts —1) the presence of nearly 40,000 wild mustangs in eastern Oregon; 2) the scarcity of rain in that section; 3) the need of mustangs, however wild, for water—caused A. L. Cross, head of the Oregon Humane Society, to announce last week that several hundred mustangs had died of thirst, that thousands were nearing death. Humane Society officers urged that the suffering mustangs be slaughtered and their meat shipped to Europe.

Utah Deer. Hunters and fishermen will do well to trek to Utah this autumn. For them, David H....

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