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THE STINDAT dREG.QNIAN, '"PQBTlfAsb,' NOVEMBER. 3, 1901.
SUffAR FACTORY TO CLOSE
SEASON AT LA. GRATOE "WILL END
TilH Year Hm Been the Best In the
History of the Plant Biff Price
for Fr Alt Farm. ,
IA GRANDE, Nov. 2. The sugar -factory
will close November E, after the best
run la-itB history. About 25.000 bags of
sugar will have been made. Most of the
company's expert employes will be taken
to Utah for the opening of the new fac
tory at Logan.
Biff Price for Fruit Farm.
W. T. Grlder has sold his fruit farm of
10 acres, two miles from La Grande, for
53000. This Is one of the largest prices
ever paid for orchard land In this valley.
For the land. Mr. Grlder paid JS0 per
acre six years ago. He has since har
vested two heavy crops. It is estimated
that the purchaser will be able to pay for
the orchard from next season's crop, if
the season Is favorable.
First Snovr This Season.
Snow has fallen in the high mountains'
around the Grand Ronde Valley. Cold
Tains have prevailed in the valley during
the past week.
LIVELY SCRAMBLE FOR AN OFFICE
Baker City Postmastcrshlp a Plum
That Will Drop Soon.
BAKER CITY, Nov. L Local interest
still centers In the postofllce contest,
which Is In full blast now. All of the
candidates are hustling to get their forces
in line, as it is understood that the mat
ter will soon be determined by Hon. M.
A. Moody, who has the say as to who
shall All the place. The candidates who
are most active are W. J. Lachner, B. F.
Potter, the present incumbent, TV. H.
Stalker, and David Moomaw, all of whom
are staunch Republicans It is said that
Lachner has the backing of the local Re
publican organization, and that his candi
dacy is being urged because of former
faithful party service. Mr. Potter, it is
said, has the endorsement of a lot of
the leading business men, and the kindly
wishes of Senator Simon, who aided him
to secure the appointment four years ago.
Professor Stalker la being urged by
United States Commissioner Moore, a
warm personal friend of Mr. Moody's,
who has the reputation of being the local
representative of the Congressman from
the Second district in matters pertaining
to politics. Mr. Moomaw presents a rec
ord of long years of faithful political ser
vice, and without Teward, in support of
his claim for consideration. He has served
the Republican party as county chairman
for many years.
DUBOSE ON THE STAND.
His Testimony In the Nome Con
tempt CaicK of Little Value.
HAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 2. Attorney
Dudley Dubose was on the witness stand
In the Nome contempt proceedings before
United States Commissioner Heacock to
day. Dubose is 6erving a six months
sentence in the Alameda County Jail.
Dubose is being punished for contempt of
court, it having been proven that he tried
to Impede the enforcement of the writs
Issued by the Circuit Court of Appeals In
the Nome mining cases.
His testimony was of little value to the
court, or to the attorneys for respondents
and Frost. Dubose denied making state
ments in opposition to the writs of su.
perscdeas, as testified to by Attorney
Hump. He testified that he never knew
McKenzle or Noycs until lie went to" Cape
Nome. When asked by Plllsbury If he
ever heard Noyes or McKenzle discups a
proposition to take the gold dust stored
"in the Nome bank to a, bank In St. Paul,
he denied that he had. Asked if there was
not considerable feeling between the de
fendants and plaintiffs In the mining suits,
he said that it was almost in the nature
of a Kentucky feud. An adjournment was
taken till Monday.
TO BREAK DEAL "WITH TRUST.
Stockholders In Fishpackins Con
cern Goes Into the Courts.
BAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 2. James Craig,
a stockholder In the firm of Hume Bros.
& Hume, fishpackers, has filed a suit for
an injunction to restrain the directors of
the corporation from consummating a
deal whereby the property of the Incor
poration is disposed of to the Pacific
Packing & Navigation Company. He al
leges that the proposed contract is sub
versive of the purpose for which the firm
of Hume Bros. & Hume was Incorpo
rated, In that It contemplates the ces
sation of canning and packing of fish and
the substitution therefor of a business
which consists solely of the holding of
the capital stock of another corporation.
Railroad Repair Shops Bnrncd.
BAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 2. The repair
shops of the Santa Fe Railroad Com
pany at Point Richmond, which contained
considerable machinery, have been de
stroyed by fire. The loss will reach $115.
000. During the progress of the Are. "Wil
liam Fitzgerald was severely burned
about the arms and face, and Frank Bai
ley was struck on the head by falling tim
bers and badly hurt.
SUIT AGAINST COUNC1LMEN.
Charged With Drairlns: Pay From
Baker City Without Right.
BAKER CITY. Or.. Nov. 2. A sensa
tional civil suit with something of a polit
ical significance has been filed against
Councilman Hayes, of the City Council,
to recover $456, which, it Is alleged, he
has drawn Illegally from the city treasury
as City Physician. Tho suit is brought
by Henry Rust and 400 other citizens,
whom it is alleged are owners of real
estate to the 'amount of $20,000 or more.
Dr. Hayes is the City Physician, also a
member of the City Council, and It Is al
leged In the complaint that the city char
ter expressly provides that no member of
the City Council shall hold any other' po
sition of profit or trust under the city
government, or draw pay from the city
treasury, except for his services as a
member of the Council. A similar- suit
has been filed against Councilman Cra
blll. who has been acting as superintend
ent of construction of the new city water
works during the past Summer. Bojh
Hayes and Crabill are candidates for re
election, and they Insist that the suits are
brought for the purpose of influencing the
voters against them at the election next
DEATH OF HENRY KLIPPEL.
Oregon Pioneer and Leading; Citizen
of Southern Part of the State.
MEDFORD, Nov. 2. Henry Klippel, one
of the most prominent men In Southern
Oregon, and the oldest male member of
the Pioneer Society of Southern Oregon,
died suddenly at his home In East Med
ford this morning of heart failure, aged
67. Mr. Klippel was born in Weckenhelm,
Germany, December 6, 1833 He came with
his parents to America in 1851, and ar
rived at Foster's, on the Clackamas River,
August 16 the same year. He married
Miss Elizabeth Blgham, January 24, 1&G0,
who, with five children, survives him. Fu
neral services will be held at thei resi
dence Tuesday, Rev. Mr. Jones, of Jack
sonville, officiating. Interment will be In
the Jacksonville cemetery, under the aus
pices of the Jacksonville Lodge, L O.
Attachment Suits Against a Logger.
ST. HELENS. Nov. 2. Two attachment
eults were filed here in the Circuit Court
today against J. J. Schmidt, a prominent
logger of Rainier. Just what his liabili
ties are is not known. The attachments
filed amounted to about $200. H Is he-
lleved his personal property, consisting
of "teams and logging tools, will amount
to 52000 or more. Mr. Schmidt was presi
dent of the Columbia Logging Company, a
corporation. This company has been con
ducting quite an extensive logging and
"WASHINGTON, Nov. 2. Pensions have
been granted as follows:
Oregon Increase, restored, reissued, etc.
Alexander B. Moore, Oregon City, 5S.
William Jackson, Myrtle Creek, $13. John
T. Cardwell, Cottage Grove, $12. Benjamin
F. Blood, dead, Carlton, V$S. Alexander
MeMaster, Falrmount, $10.
Original widows, etc. Julia S. Blood,
Carlton. $8 Original-John GUmore, bar-ber.-Independence,
Washington Original Samuel E. Bell,
Seattle, $6. Increase, Restored, reissued,
etc Loren Wright, Cape Horn, $12. Orig
inal widows special acenfed, October 11
Mary J. Allen, Blaine, $8. Original Sam
uel A. Senders, Seattle, $6.
Idaho Original Edward A. Butt, Coeur
County Official Commits Suicide.
CONDON, Nov. 2. William R. Boyer,
County Commissioner for Gilliam County,
committed suicide at his home near Clem
at an early hour Wednesday morning by
shooting himself with a double-barreled
shotgun. The charge took effect in the
lower part of the forehead, between the
eyes, and came out near the crown. Death
ensued in about two hours. It is gen
erally believed that the deed was the re
sult of despondency.
To Give Sumptcr Jlore "Wafer.
SUMPTER.-Nov. 2. The Sumpter Water
Company Is making arrangements for tho
building of a reserve storage reservoir.
The recent dry season has proved the
present arrangement inadequate to the de
mand. The water company Is preparing
plans for the construction of the reser
voir about four miles north of the city,
near the present source of the water sup
ply. Its establishment will lessen appre
hension of citizens regarding fire.
DALLAS, Nov. 2. Recent rains have
made plowing and seeding general.
There was a light frost here last night,
the first of the season.
Evangelist Robert Marshall, of Califor
nia, is holding a scries of meetings at the
Elder G. R. Berry, of Portland, lec
tured at the Christian Church last night
on "What is Life?" His remarks were
Old Soldier Held for Murder. .
BOISE. Idaho, Nov. 2. James (Mickey)
Reynolds, who was severely beaten last
Sunday by an old soldier named John
Stiner, died this afternoon. Reynolds was
a bartender in the Arc Light saloon. The
Coroner will hold an lnquebt and an au
topsy tomorrow, to determine if death re
sulted from injuries received In the fight
or from other causes. The soldier is in
Hold-Up Story Genernlly Discredited.
ALBANY, Nov. 2. The reported fatal
shooting In this city early this morning
of a hobo by the bartender at tho Pome
roy saloon near the depot Is not substan
tiated after Investigation. Tho general
opinion Is that there was an altercation
and not a hold-up. and If any one was
shot, It was not serious.
Eugene Houses Being Numbered.
EUGENE, Nov. 2. The work of placing
numbers on 'houses throughout the city
has been begun. The city Is anxious to
have the houses numbered, so that the
Government can establish Its free mall
delivery system. The numbering of houses
is all that 13 now delaying the free de
Another Store for Gold Hill.
GOLD HILL, Nov. 2. Applegate Bros.,
of Drain, will open a merchandising estab
lishment at this place during the coming
week. This Is the second enterprise In
10 days of this kind to be launched In
Excnpcd From Reform School.
SALEM, Or., Nov. 2. Charles Granson,
Roy Pugh and Joseph Gloor, Inmates of
the State Reform School, escaped from
that Institution several days ago, and
have hot since been found. It Is believed
they are hiding in the hills south of here.
Large Cattle Sale.
JUNCTION CITY, Nov. 2. One of the
largest cattle deals In this vicinity for
several years was closed today when M.
L. Barnett shipped 1100 head of calves
and yearlings to Bound & Myers, of North
Yakima. The cattle brought $16,000.
Fine Marlon County Farm Sold.
SALEM, Or.. Nov. 2. The Hodson farm
of 225 acres, thrqs miles southeast of Sa
lem, was sold today to John Baumon, or
Hinckley, 111., for $6500. .This Js one of the
best large farms In Marion County.
Committed to the Asylum.
SALIEM, Or.. Nov. 2. H. G. Rudolph,
a Salem printer, aged 34 yearsj was today
committed to the asylum as a morphine
Oregon Mining Stock Exchange.
Yesterday's .quotations on the Oregon Mining
Adams Mountains 2i 3t4
Astoria Melbornc (guaranteed).... 12 21 Vi
Buffalo 2Vi 4
Copperopolls 10 20
Caribou 1 2V1
GoldHlll & Bohemia 84 10
Huronlan r GV4
Lost Horse 2J 2
Oregon-Colorado M. M. & D 2Vl 26i
RHersIde 3 4
1000 Copperopolls. at 15
500 CopperopolK at 15
1000 Copperpopolis, at 15
330 Copperopolls at 15
SPOKANE. Nov. 2. The closing bids for
mining stocks today were as follows:
Morrison . .
rt. -Cariboo ,
Sulltvan ov. 10
Tom Thumb.. 13 13
SAN TRANCISCO, Nov. 2. The official clos
ing quotations for mining stocks toda were
Benton Con 15!
Hale & Norcross.$0 22
Mexican 2 20
Sierra Nevada ... 14
Yellow Jacket ... 14
Con. CaL & Va..
Crown Point ....
Gould & Currle...
NEW YORK. Nov. 2. Closing quotations:
Little Chief $012
uniario . . . . . .
Small Hopes ..
Standard . .
Com. Tunnel ..
Con. Cal. & Va
Dead wood T...
Horn Silver ..
Iron Silver ...
BOSTON, Nov. 2. Closing quotations:
Adventure ...$22 75
Allouez 4 75
Amalgamated . 88 25
Osceola S 09 50
Parrot 87 00
Qulncy 165 00
Santa Fe Copper 4 12
Tamarack . . . . 283 00
Trlmountain ... 40 00
Trinity 25 00
United States .. 13 00
Utah ,... 2300
Victoria 7 25
Wolverine 67 75
Bingham 28 00j
CaL & Hecla.. 660 00
Centennial 10 25
Copper Range. . 60 75
Dominion Coal. 48 00
Franklin . ... JBR0
Old Dominion . 20 75;
"Will Drill for OIL
EUGENE. Nov. 2. J. E. Simmons, of
the Great "West Coal and Oil Company, Is
here completing arrangements for drilling
for oil on. the Hill farm near Springfield.
The derrick Is already erected.
Matinee Today. HI Henry's
I Big minstrels, Metropolitan. Theater.
Amer. Boy .. 9V ..
Black Tall .. 8i 0
Costal 0 1W
Deer Trail ..2 2
Gold Ledge.. VA 1
L. P.-Surp... 4 5
L. Dreyfus .. 34 0
Mtn. Lion ..224 24
Morn. Glory.. 2 2i
GOVERNOR HAS SAID NO
HE WILL NOT INTERFERE IN SEA
TON MURDER CASE:
Relatives of the Condemned Man
Made an Effort to Have His
"- ' Sentence Commuted.
OLYMPIA.Wash., Nov. 2. A 'sister of
young Seaton, convicted In King County
of the murder of his uncle, visited Gov
ernor Rogers today to plead for a commu
tation of the sentence imposed upon her
brother. The Governor, while expressing
pity for the murderer and the' greatest
eorrow .for his relatives, gave his posi
tive and final answer. He will not inter
fere with the sentence Imposed by the
VICTORY FOR SALOON MEN.
Court Holds That a Liquor License Is
Not n Valuable Privilege.
OLYMPIA, Nov. 2. in the Superior
Court of Thurston County, this morning,
Judge Linn disposed of a question that
has been rather prominent in th!s com
munity lately, and one that is liable to
be the issue in the forthcoming city elec
tion. Some time ago the City Council,
on a ruling of the Mayor that It Cook five
votes to grant a saloon license, refused
to grant a license to two applicants. One
of the applications had four votes In Its
favor, and the other three, both, however,
being a majority of the Council present
and vjtlng. Mayor Relnhart held at the
time that a saloon license was a valuable
privilege, and that under the statutes the
granting of the licenses took five votes.
The saloon men at once appealed to the
courts, holding that a majority of the
Council only was necessary for such
license. Judge Linn this morning In over
ruling a demurrer in tho case held that
a saloon license was not a valuable priv
ilege under the statutes, and thus the
saloon men win a victory. The question
has been agitated to such an extent of
late that It promises to be the leading
issue in the coming election, which will
be held on December 5.
Two Trains "Were Smashed Up and a
Depot Building Wrecked.
ROSALIA, "Wash., Nov. 2. A rear-end
collision of freight trains occurred In front
of the depot here today. The engines
were badly smashed, two freight cars and
a caboose were wrecked, tne depot "was
wrecked and the building fired, and one
tramp was slightly hurt. s
The local freight tram was standing on
the main track. The engine had been
detached and was doing some switching.
No one attended the freight train. An extra
freight train, with cars loaded with wheat,
and pulled by two engines, came down the
track.' The train crews tried to stop the
train, but the grade was too steep. Seeing
a collision was Inevitable, the trainmen
jumped. As tho train had slowed down
none of the men had a hard jump and
none was injured.
GOOD PROGRESS ON STATE CAPITOL
Contractor Has Declared a Tempo
rary Suspension of Operations.
OLYMPIA, Nov. 2. Work on the State
Capitol has now reached a point where
the building Is almost ready for the
Iron girders, etc., and last evening all the
stone-masons and stone-cutters were laid
off by the contractor. The shut-down is
but temporary, as Contractor Goss Is de
sirous of seeing what the Capitol Com
mission does with his communication of
Tuesday before he proceeds further. Tho
exact nature of the communication cannot
be learned, but It is understood that the
contractor will make objection to the ar
chitect's plans. As to substituting wood
for Iron, the contractor has evidently
given up all hope of converting the com
mission on that point, nnd that matter
will not come up' at Tuesday's meeting.
TO BRING WORK TO NAVY YARD.
Representative Jones Puts In Word
for Paget Sound Station.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 2. Repre
sentative Jones, of Washington, called
at the Navy Department today and asked
that some vessel -going out of commission
be sent to the Puget Sound navy yard
for repairs. Nothing of this character
has yet been done, but If the precedent
Is established, Mr. Jones believes' the In
terest of the Bremerton yard will be ma
terially promoted. The Navy Department
took the matter under advisement.
All of the Rich Ground Staked.
VANCOUVER, B. C, Nov. 2. A spe
cial fiom Ashcroft, B. C., says: The new
strike at gold on Eureka Creek In the
Horse Fly district of Cariboo still con
tinues to attract general attention. While
there has been the usual amount of ex
aggeration concerning the richness of the
claims, there can be no doubt whatever
that the property Is extremely rich, but
everything lrt sight has already been
staked. This Information came In today
In a letter from P. H. Fraser, a" well
known miner, foreman of the Miocene
Gravel Mining Company, who was one of
the first to stake on Eureka.
School Election at Walla Walla.
WALLA WALLA, Nov. 2. The first
election for school directors held under
the ew law occurred this afternoon.
Seven hundred and fifteen votes were
cast. Seven candidates were voted for to
fill three of five places. Gilbert Hunt re
ceived 399 votes: H. A. Gardner, 372;
Frank S. Dement, 330; J. L. Jones, 313;
John Muntlnga. 2SS; Robert Horn, 233; J.
F. Brewer, 203. The three first named
were elected. A strong fight was made
by the adherents of Levi Ankeny to de
feat Dement, who was a candidate for
re-election. Many of the votes were cast
Option on Newspaper Taken Up.
BAKER CITY, Nov. 2. Edward Everett
Young yesterday became the owner of the
Oregon Republican Some time ago he
secured an option on the paper from
Colonel Grayson, and yesterday he took
It up. Mr. Young will continue as ine
editor and manager, as heretofore.
Ex-Walla Wnlla Man Promoted.
WALLAWALLA, Wash., Nov. 2. Word
has been received that Fred Hunter, a
Walla Walla born and educated boy, now
resident of California, has "been appointed
a paymaster in the Army, with the rank
Best Run of Salmon for Years.
GOLD BEACH, Nov. 2. The Fall run of
Bllverelde salmon In Rogue River Is greater
than for 10 years, which proves that the
fiver can be restocked.
H. D. Hume, of Wedderburn is prepar
ing to plant E00 acres of peas to can next
Bear to Go to San Francisco.
SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. 2. The United
States revenue cutter Bear received or
ders late tonight to proceed to San Fran
cisco. New Washington Postmaster.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 2. E. E.
Teachnor was today appointed postmas
ter at Van Assel, Wash.
BIG LAND OFFICE BUSINESS.
The Dalles District Counts on 1300
New Settlers This Year.
THE DALLES, Or., Nov. Z Heavy
business still continues in the United
States Land Office, the past October
showing larger receipts than any month
since the rush during the closing weeks
joX the cosh, purchases under t& rUl-
THE .HOME OF THE
THE.REUABLE POPULAR-PRICE CLOTHIERS
? ; V
road forfeiture act of September 29, 1890.
The gratifying feature of the Increased
business is not in the heavy receipts so
much as In the number of new settlers
acquired. Large purchasea of timber
lands do not mean as much to the state
as actual settlers who come here from
all parts of the country to make their
homea. The principal business of The
Dalles Land District comes from the lat
ter class, and the fiscal year will show
at least 1300 new homes In this locality.
In the number bf original homesteads
for the past month, "Wasco County takes
the lead with 50. Other counties are cred
ited as follows: Gilliam, 122; Crook, 18;
Morrow, 16, and Wheeler and Sherman 12
each. Total, 130. The number of acres
appropriated amount to 21.0SS.66, divided as
follows: Homesteads, 19,256.50 acres; des
ert land entries, 620 acres; state selections,
1292.16 acres. This does" not Include cash
purchases of 2203.16 acres, and final home
steads of 2245.24 acres.
The receipts for the month were: Sales
of public lands, J5133 94; foes and com
missions, $2211 SO; total, 571145 74.
Revr Oregon Corporations.
SALEM, Nov. 2. Articles of incorpora
tion wore filed In the office of the Secre
tary of State during the week as follows:
The Pacific Regilla Company, Portland,
550.000; Paul Pferdner, J. L. Mitchell.
John S. Plnney, T. B. McDevltt and May
Commercial Club Bowling Company,
Astoria. $530; A. Schcrneckau, Herman
"Wise and A. M. Smith
Allen and Lilly "Water Ditch Company,
Lostlne, Wallowa County, 5500; E. O. Al
len, Minnie E. Allen and A. J. Lilly.
The La Grande Water Storage Com
pany, La Grande, $10,000; S. R. Hayworth,
W. G. Masterton and F. E. Enloe.
Advent Christian Church of Cornelius,
Or., Cornelius, Washington County, $1000;
William Denett, G. L. Knlton and H. E.
Drain-Coos Bay Stage Company, Gar
diner. Douglas County. $5000; W. P. Jew
ett, O. B. Hinsdale and N. J. Cornwall.
CUftonow Coal and Mining Company,
St. Helens, $1,000,000; Harry R. Cluff,
Earnest C. Dalton and Frank Dow.
Cascade Coal Mining Company, Engene,
$1,000,000; J. M. Wllhelm, J. R. Campbell
and H. E. Wllhelm.
T. J. Nalond Company. Portland, $4000:
T. J. Nealond, P. G. Nealond, S. Nealond
and I. Nealond.
The Prather Investment Compnny. Hood
River, $25,000; George T. Prather, W. H.
Marshall, Fred B. Birnts, C. E. Her
man. Cathalmet Logging Company. Portland.
$1500; J. H. Mlddleton, V. K. Strode and
Mastodon Hydraulic Mining Company.
Portland, $50,0C0: John R. Dodson. D. M.
Dunne and F. E. Foil.
Last Payment of 100,000 Todny.
BOISE, Idaho, Nov. 1. Colonel E. W.
Dewey arrived at Nampa this afternoon
from Pittsburg, Pa., accompanied by T.
N. Barnsdall and S. B. Longfellow, two
multimillionaires of that place. Tomor
row the three will make the final pay
ment of $100,000 on the Thunder Mountain
mining properties discovered by the Cas
well brothers. Mr. Barnsdall as now at a
hotel here, suffering from a severe at
tack of rheumatism. It Is not believed
to be serious. He expects to conclude the
business tomorrow and leave for home at
Suspected Train Robbers Released.
ROSEBURG. Nov. 2. John Peltmore
and Jack Wilson, the two men suspected
of having held up the train near Cottage
Grove on the morning of the 26th, were
discharged tonight for want of evidence
Interest In Quebec Mine Solil.
BAKER CITY, Nov. 2. John. Ferris, one
of the principal owners of the Quebec
mine, has sold Jils Interest to J. W. Carr
and associates. Mr. Ferris came here
from Cripple Creek, Colo., where he was
prominent in mining circles. '
Funeral of an Oregon Pioneer.
DUSTY, Or., Nov. 2. The funeral of J.
E. Le Master,, an Oregon pioneer of U32,
occurred here today. Mr. Le Master died
Thursday morning at his home near here,
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As they are gathered every morning and placed In cartons furnished by us
for that purpose. They ere then delivered with the milk to our nearest
creamery, hence we have ne hesitancy In recommending them to those
dcstrlnQ a superiar article. Ask your grocer for them.
BOTH PH9NES JM
ITS POPULARITY WILL NOT DOWN
The demand is increasing, yet so many and
varied are the patterns that there is no fear of
the garment becoming common.. We sell only
the very best kind of clothing made, and invar
iably sell it at prices much lower than any other
store, general or exclusive, can possibly afford
to quote. Prices
STYLISH YOKE OVERCOATS in all the new shades of brown, gray
greens and Oxfords, cut full lengths; very stylish for young men.
Prices $12.50 to $25. OO.
EXTRA SPECIAL IN MEN'S FINE BLACK UNFINISHED WORSTED
SUITS, ail the go. They come in slims, stouts and regulars, finely lined
and equal to tailor-made garments at double the price. Special for
Monday at $lB.OO.
after an Illness of more than a year. He
was aged 6S years. He was born In Ken
tucky. He resided In Missouri for a num
ber of years, and In 1852 came to Oregon,
settling on the Albany Prairie, Linn
County. He then moved to Yamhill Coun
ty, thence back to Linn, and finally into
Ronton who h had since resided. The
surviving relatives are a wife and eight j
Geer on the Ohio Cnmpaign,
SALEM, Nov. 2. "Walter Lyon, private
secretary to Governor Geer, today re
ceived a letter from the former, who Is
campaigning In Ohio, Governor Geer re
ports great enthusiasm among the Re
publicans, and Is confident they will be
victorious at the polls.
New Oregon Postmaster.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Nov. 2. E. E.
Fair was today appointed postmaster at
Lost Valley, Or., vice Joseph Frlzzell, re
signed. " i
LEASING OF RANGES
Aelvocntca and Opponents of a Meas
ure to Be Introduced In Congress.
OMAHA, Nov. 2. Dispatches received in
this city from Harrison, Neb., are to the
effect that an organization of the cattle
men of that vicinity Is being effected to
co-operate with cattlemen and sheepmen
of Wyoming In opposition to a bill pro
viding for the leasing of Government
lands. The Omaha Commercial Club has
announced Its opposition to the measure.
It has been stated that Senator Millard, of
Nebraska, will Introduce the bill, but In
an Interview today Senator Millard de
clares that he has not yet decided whether
or not he will present the measure. Sen
ator Dietrich has announced his support
of the measure. The National Irrigation
Congress, on the other hand, is opposing
it. It is understood here that a bill has
been prepared by a prominent livestock
man In the western part of the state
which has met the approval of the Inter
ests which are supporting the bill, and
that Is the bill which will be presented.
The Interests which are behind the meas
ure arc the largo cattle and sheepraisers
of Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah
Snov storm at Omalia.
OMAHA, Neb., Now 2. The first snow
storm of the season struck here at 8
A. M. today, accompanied by a cold
north wind. . During tho afternoon an
inch of rain fell, and later snow de-1
A Co d partly suspends ani
mation, the spirits droop, lan
guor displaces energy; this is
the effect of a Cold on the stom
ach, liver and nervous system
The use of Dr. Humphreys'
Specific "Seventy-Seven" re
stores the numbed vitals, makes
the blood tingle, relieves the
congestion; arouses the slug
gish liver, permits the system
to cleanse itself, and -'breaks
up" the Cold.
At all Drusrglsts 25 cents, or mailed on re
ceipt of price. DOCTOR'S BOOK MAILED
Humphrejs Homeopathic Medicine Co., Cor
ner William and John Streets. New York.
382 WASHINGTON STREET
ASK TO SEE OUR
Our display at the Carnival proved beyond doubt that there is not
a house in the United States that handles as many of the old standard
high-grade makes as we do. Our exhibit represented 15 different piano
manufacturers three times as many as any other exhibitor, and while
Did Not Compete for an Award
Yet the expressions were many from the thousands of visitors that
were entertained, at our booth during the Carnival as being the finest
display of pianos they had ever seen at any exposition. We were con
tent to let the visitors at the Carnival pass judgment on our display,
and are satisfied as to the results. If you want the best pianos manu
factured at the lowest prices and easiest terms, be sure and visit our
warerooms, 209-211 First street, and also get tickets for the Locomobile.
ALLEN & GILBERT CO.
OLDEST AND LARGEST DEALERS IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
r - i ' i
KnS 1 J conow f
A locomobile free with every umbrella
Would be Impossible, but we give j ticket with every 50-cent pur
chase which will entitle you to an opportunity to obtain one. Here's
a statement that is true, though on the edge of slanpr It borders;
while we have now all we can do, we're nustllng still for further
We make the Celebrated
Anti-Rust Umbrella Frame.
pj Ail Styles rices Frora I
58 and Sizes. $5 to $5o S
The genuine ail bear
and are sold with
Sold by First-Class Stovo Merchants Everywhere.
Mad onir b7 The Michigan Stove Company,
Largest Makers of Stoves and Ranges in the World.
BLACK AND WHITE
THIRD AND MORRISON
WESFERN ELECTRIC WORKS
305& WASHINGTON STREET,
Wiring Houses for
Electric Lights, Bells
And telephones keeps us pretty busy, but
we will attend to all orders to wire fac
tories, houses, stores, etc., or fit them
up with arc or Incandescent lighting
promptly and with scientific skill. All
wiring Is guaranteed, and work of this
character cannot be excelled by anyone
or compete In prlco with the Western
309 Morrison Street
the above Trade-Mark
a written guarantee.