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THROWING OFF YOKE
Western Railroads Tin of Doml-
BitioB of Wall Street.
LAUNCH MOVEMENT FOR FREEHS
Rail Chiors Form Board of Control
to Win Favor of Public John
A. Spoor May Load.
Chicago, Nov. 25. A movomont
which has not yet become well dofincd only bo secured through tho co-opora-is
said to havo boon started to placo tho Hon of tho farmers thomsolves. In no
Western railroads in control of West- "".flJT'10" or5-?"'
cm men, so that their policy no longer
will be dictated from "Wall strcot. Great-j
socrecy is boing maintained regarding
John A. Spoor, president Of tho Chi-
cago Junction road, is said to bo an
important member of tho now cotorio of , Totnl valuo o farnij wjtu an build
railway men who will shape the dos- jnga an(j improvements,
tinies of tho Western roads. Mr. Spoor o "Vnluo of buildinrrs.
denies a knowledge of anything about
tho movement, but his recent entry into machinery, including tools, wagons,
the board of tho Chicago Great Wost- carriages, harnesses, etc., and all ap
orn road is said to be part of tho plan, pliances and apparatus used in farm-
It is tho opinion of nearly all West-
orn rail presidents that an almost con- 4. Numbpr and valuo of domestic an
stant linking of names of Western roads imals. classified as follows:
with Wall street operators is responsible
in a large measure for tho wave of ad-
verse legislation in recent years. As a
matter of fact, tho people own most of
tho western roads, way not let tho
stockholders run them instead of Wall
street operators? is the question boing I
It is understood that as soon as a suf-
ficient number of strong Western busi- uary 1, 1909. Colts born after Janu
nes3 men havo been elected directors ary 1, 1909. Colts born after Janu-
thero will bo established a psoudo
board of control, which shall shape the Mules: All mules born before Jan
policies of all Western roads insofar as uary 1, 1909. Mulo colts born after
those policies affect the traveling and January 1, 1909. Mulo colts born after
shipping public. In this manner it is January 1, 1910.
thought the Western roads can get away Asses and burros (all ages),
from the Wall street stigma and so Swine: Hogs born boforo January
shape their policies that the public will 1, 1910. Pigs born after January 1,
understand that the. railroad managers 1910.
believe, in truth, that the interest of Sheep: Ewes born before January
tho public and of tho railroads is one
and tho same.
ON FIBS BEFORE SAXLINO.
oiiuua vutBca jubuo ui xa ui buiucu
Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 23. Ugly
rumors in connection with the destruc
tion of the steamer St. Croix on Satur-
01 we unuea ouues steam inspection
service, assisted by O P. Bolles and
John T. Bulger, inspectors of hulls and
a rumor emanating irom passengers i
on ine ni-iatea vessel nas it mat ine
St. Croix was on lire before it sailed
from San Pedro at 10 o'clock Saturday
morning. Steamship men say that such
a condition could not have existed with-
out tho knowledge ot some member of
mi . . n. , . I
xne raiiure oi ine wireless apparatus
is one oi tuo matters mat wui prouamjr
be investigated thoroughly.
s r ii 1 1 iL.i 1 1 I
According to the chief engineer, the
pumps were working when the ship was
uuaiiuuneu, ana il it. were so, me ayna-
mos supplying current for the opera-
tion of the wireless apparatus must
nave ocen in running oraer. mat this
apparatus was tampered with is
charged. The St. Croix carried no
freight in her hold by which sponta-
neous combustion might have been I
A San Francisco dispatch quotes
Charles H. Hamilton, one of the owners,
as saying that the St. Croix carried
$175,000 insurance. When in Alaskan
waters the vessel was insured for ap
The vessel was estimated to be worth
between $125,000 and $150,000.
Congressman Dies a Hero.
nansas Uity, lov. Z6. it was in a
vain effort to save the life of his little
grandson that Congressman David A.
DoArmond, of tho sixth Missouri dis
trict, perished in a fire that destroyed
his homo m Butler, Mo., early today,
Tho heroism of the congressman was
made known late this afternoon, when
DoArmond's body was found. He had
vaugui, wo uvoM-uiu juu, xyjivm .
uoArmond, jr., ana rushed with him
. 1. 1. 1L. . 1. 1 1 1
uuuuku mo iiuiui-B mat uweu ills ruuill.
He fell with his unconscious burden,
uuu uum BitnK turuugn ine uoor to quiCK
Lords Aro Facing Crisis.
London, Nov. 23. The United King
dom is more absorbed in politics now
than for many years, and tho week
will witness tho culmination of tho
fierce warfare over tho budget. The
houso of lords is expected to vote
Thursday on the rejection of the bud-
get. Most leaders in the upper house
ivill speak. Lord Itosebery's efforts
for the Conservatives and those of the
Xarl of Hatsbury for the Liberals are
awaited with the most interest.
Geneva, Nov. 24. Count Leo Tolstoi
has given another message to tho
world. At a meeting in Bienne, when
inn a f . 1 e ! .1 1 A . I
juu owibs auu toruiiiu uuiuirmua wo
assomDiea, xoistors message was reaa
anna great emuusiasm. xoistoi ap
peais to gooa sense or tno peopio 10
reiuse to serve as soiaiers, eitner voi-
untarilv or under nrossure. ovon If that
lnv. snr Tnilpa nff tliA fnnaf . nnnnqitn I
t t7 7 vT 7- a 1. April 15. These items should De in
Point Dume, are to be investigated by I, howcver, by all desiring a com
Tefusal entails nunishmont. Killlnf? bv
soldi ors, ho asserts, is a criminal act.
Mars weeds Clear Air.
J.' jairatair. aijz,, jsov. Z'o. in order
that a clearer atmosphcro may be so-
cured lor the study or Aiars, ur. iiowei,
of tho Lowell university, Is installing
a 12-inch telescope on San Francisco
peak, at an altitude of nearly 13.000 1
WHAT RECORDS TO KEEP.
Census Dlroctor Durand's Instructions
Rolativo to tho Farm Census.
Washington, Nov. 26. An outline
for tho American farmers of tho moth
od of keeping a mitten record of thoir
farm operations and equipment to in
suro an accurato farm censuB nozt year
has boon issued by Unltod States Cen
sus Diroctor E. Dana Durand. It "was
proparcd by Professor Lo Grand Pow
ers, United States census chief statisti
cian for agriculture. It states:
'Tho advantngos of always having
on hand for ready rreronco a detailed
written statement of ono's real and
personal property aro roadlly under
stood by ovoryono and will bo most
keonly appreciated whon tho consus
enumerator calls with his list of ques
tions noxt April. Tho valua of tho
nnnana flmirno nf fnrm "WAftlfh flnnnnris
upon thotr accuracy, and accuracy can
aml in no way can no ronaCr himself
a greater sorvico than by getting out
his pencil and noto book on tho evening
,,T,f f l,i for- nrnnnrtv Tljn
,!,, tn hn nsltod nnncnrninfr fnrm
Lrnnnrtv nm ns follows:
3, Value of all improvements and
in p- operations
Cattle: A. Born before January 1,
1909 Cows and hoif ors kept for milk.
Cows and heifers not kept for milk,
Steers and bulls kept for work. Steers
and bulls not kept for work,
B. Born in 1909 Heifers. Steers
C. Calves born in 1910.
Horses: All horses born before Jan-
ary 1, 1910.
h itams ana wemors oorn ue-
fore January l, lyiu. .Lamps Dorn
after January 1, 110.
Hnito nnrl TTirla fall ncrps.
XTnmW nnA vnl.. nf nnnltrv over
fl -mnntVia nlrl . fiTiinlc inq. flunks, peese.
turkeys, Guinea fowls, pigeons,
6. Number and value of swarms of
"Tho census will not ask tho value
of household goods, nor that of hay
grain or other farm crops on hand on
ttrhQ valuegiven to the farm should
b nearJybas can bo judged, the
am'ount that'couid bo obtained for it
under normal con
Current market prices should
be carefully considered in estimating
the value of live stock,
"Although the census merely re
auires a statement- or total vaiuo 01
all implements and machinery, it is be
hjeved that a classification of these
1 ;tpm under .the following four heads
II hn found valuable:
- - .
j vehicles: This class comprises
automobiles, wagons, carriages and
gleitrhs. and eauinment used in connec
tion with them, as harnesses, blankets
2. Heavv farm imnlemcnts: Com
prising all implements and machinery
operated by any power other than
hand power, as plows, harrows, rollers
reapers, mowers, hay loaders, feed
grinders, etc., etc.
3. Hand machinery and tools, includ
intr carpenters' tools, hoes, shovels
scythes, forks, grindstones, fanning
4. JUJscelJaneous articles, including
all such minor equipment as kettles
pails, barrels, baskets, ladders, ropes
chains, etc., not included in the first
"Many farmers greatly underesti
mate the total valuo of their posses
sions of this character when consider
ing them in tho aggregate, and it is
only by preparing an itemized list as
suggested above that an accurato csti
mate of their worth can bo made, Tho
valuo assigned this class of property
in tho inventory should bo the esti
mated amount it would bring at pub
lie auction under favorable conditions.
"As in the case of tho farm inven-
tory no 8peciai blanks are required for
the record of farm products of 1UUH,
An ordinary noto book with leaves at
Innnt - oiv- inphnc w i n uri hn fnnrtrl
. . ... .
convenient. Tho following information
bo called for
I. Vnrm nxnnnRftR in 1009; A. Amount
spent in cash for farm labor (cxciusivo
of houso work)
B. Estimated valuo of houso rent and
board furnished farm laborers in ad
dition to cash wages paid
Ex-Slave Dies, Aged 115.
Pensacola, Fla., Nov. 20. John C,
Calhoun, colored, aged 115 years, died
in Pensacola last night, and i the death
coruncaw i as sworn to aim muu tm.
of the city clerk gives the i dato
nero 8 u,"u a UiUYuu
oeanng tno name ol t0
Biatesman, rusiuuu in x-uutiauuju ivr u
imii.a fiti.l iint ltaa fnnn l a vnnrn
a0 mad0 J, , livine bv dailv labor in
tho sawmill. In reminiscent moments
t,o old netrro would toll stories of tho
hjf0 0f his master. John C. Calhoun,
and rorer to the crroat statesman with
- . ... . , ,
familiarity. He was born in slavery,
Eiches Left to Women.
,T t n -m-.. oa
Vancouver, B. C, Nov. 24,
purpose Of providing for destitute
women who are entirely outside tho
nalo of churches and rolirrlous organi
zations. Dr. Eady Stevenson, of this
eitv. latoiv deceased, nas loit nronertv
valued at $150,000, besides a small sum
sot asldo quarterly for two relatives
Tho physician requests that his trus
tees, who include tho mayor of Van-
couver, use the fund available to caro
for tne cnys aestuuio.
C, Amount spout for -hay, grain and
othor produca (not raised on tho farm)
for feed of domestic animals and poul
try. D. Amount spent for manuro and
"No inquiry is mado regarding
housohold or personal oxpensos or ox
ronditures for ronairs or improvements,
Each of tho four questions askod is
of fundnmontal importance in us boar
ing on aKricuIturo as an industry.
2. Llvo stock: A. Numbor of young
Animals of each kind born on thoaarm
B. Number of animals of each kin
purchasod in 1009 and tho amount paid
number sold and amount rccoivcd: ant
numbor and valuo of thoso slaughtered
on tho farm.
3. Dairy products: A. Quantities
and valuo of milk, butter and chooso
producod on tho farm in 1909.
B. Quantities of milk, butter, cream
butter fat and cheese sold in 1909 and
4. Poultry nud eggs: A. Valuo of
poultry of all kinds raised in 1909,
whether sold, consumed or on hand.
B. Amount received from poultry
sold in 1909.
C. Quantity and vnluo of eggs pro
ducod in 1909.
D. Quantity and value of eggs sold in
5. Wool and mohair: Number and
total woight of fleeces shorn in 1909
and amount rccoivou from sales.
0. Crops: For each crop harvested on
tho farm in 1909 give numbor ot acres
tho quantity produced, and tho vnluo
of the products. Tho numbor of acres
of ench crop to bo planted for harvest
in 1910 will also be called for by tho
onumcrator. This cannot be determined
much before tho dnto of tho enunci
ation. Instead of giving tho number
of acres in orchards and vineyards
give as nenrly as possible tho numbo
of trees and vines of boaring age. The
quantity of certain fruit products, as
cider, vinegar, wine and dried fruits
produced in 1909 will bo required, as
will also tho quantity and value of
sugar, syrup and molasses produced
from cane, sorghum, sugar bcots and
7. Sales of specified products in 1909
A considerable part of tho annual pro
duction of corn, oats, barley, kaflir corn
milo maize, hay, flax fiber and straw,
other straw, corn stalks and cotton
seed is usually consumed on tho farm
Owing to this fact, a report- will bo
asked concerning itho quantity of each
of these products sold in 1909 and tho
amounts realized therefrom.
8. Forest products: Tho valuo of all
forest products cut or produced in 1909
for farm consumption will be asked
as will also the valuo of similar prod
ucts cut or produced for sale, includ
mg receipts from the sale of standing
9. Irrigation: Farmers who irrigate
their land will bo asked to report the
source from which water is obtained,
the number of acres of pasture land
irrigated, and the total irrigated acre
"This outline covers every import
ant question that will bo asked con
cerning the farm products of 1909
.American agriculture is so diversified
and so highly specialized in many of
its branches that any schedule designed
to secure a fairly complete exhibit of
its resources and operations must nes
essarily contain a large numbor of in
quirics. The avorago farm operator
will not bo called upon to answer one
seventh of the printed questions, hence
tho somewhat formidable appearanco
of tho schedule should occasion no
"More than four months remain in
which to review the results of tho year
1909 and prepare for tho visit of the
enumerator. But preparation of
written record should be commenced at
once. No one should attempt to com
plete it in one evening, but the work
should be divided as indicated in the
above outline, ono evening being given
up to farm expenses, a second to livo
stock, a third to dairy products, and
so on through tho list. In this way
each topic can bo given the consulera
tion it deserves, and the resulting fig
ures are certain .to bo more accurate
than if compiled hastily."
DEALS BLOWTO DRAFTEES.
Members of Police Commission Aro Not
San Francisco, Nov. 25. P. II. Mc
Carthy, who was recently elected mayor
on tho Union Labor ticket, has selected
the members of the police commission,
and tho announcement comes as a se
vere blow to the union labor grafters
who looked to McCarthy to reward them
for their efforts in his behalf.
Not a labor man figures among those
Joseph Leggett, an old-time Demo
crat, and a man of sterling integrity,
remains on the board, while tho two
now men aro to bo William MacNcvan,
member of a real estate firm, and Louis
Blot, who is connected with a down
town wholesale commission firm.
Tho labor loaders are already dis-
Kusiuu witn tiiu iiiuupvuiiuncu oi .Mc
Carthy, Ono o them said, when
A-.l tit. il. 1 i . . a r
asked how labor was faring with tho
mayor-elect: "Aw, you can't touch
him since he was elected."
Mob Shoots Down Negro.
Mcridon, Miss, Nov. 27. Morgan
Chambers, a negro, was taken from
Town Marshal Broadway and Deputy
Joe Camp at Mcechan, 12 miles west
of hero, tonight by 200 masked men
and his body riddled with bullets. Tho
negro had earlier in the day beaton
and robbed Martin Dressier, an aged
citizen of Pointo, a small station two
miles west of Mcechan. Dressier identi
fied his assailant. Marshal Broadway
and Deputy Camp started with tho
negro for tho jail. On the way they
wore confronted by tho mob, which took
tho negro by forco.
Japan Publishes Factory Laws.
Tokio, Nov. 27.With tho view of
meeting labor probloms boforo they be
como complox, tho government today
published a now bill in connection with
tho factory laws. Under tho statute,
which goos into immediato effect, tho
employment of children under 12 years
old is prohibited in factories. Women
of any ago and boys under 10 aro pro
hibited from laboring at night, and no
omploye is allowed to work over 12
hours per day under any circum
OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST
ORCHARDS BEING FAKE.
National Applo Show Gives Supremacy
to Eogue Blvor Valloy,
Modford Modford nnd tho Roguo
river valloy aro rejoicing ovor the
showing mndo at tho National Apple
show, whon tho sweopstnko prlzo was
awarded Tronson & Guthrio on a car
Tho awarding of thls prize to the
Itoguo river valloy is a groat victory
for tho fruit growors nnd will bring
tho recognition to which tho district Is
entitled as tho greatest fruit growing
section in tho world.
Tho prizo winning applos camo from
an orchard about 20 yoars old, bought
four yoars ago from J. II. Daloy by
Tronson & Guthrio for $11,000. Tho
plnco consists of 100 ncros.
Winning of tho title applo king of
tho world will cronto a demand for
Koguo rivor valley fruit, ami it will bo
tho fashion In all eastern markets,
whero fruit is purchasod for quality, re
gardless of price, to demand tho Mod
Modford will now forgo ahead by
leaps and bounds in tho fruit business.
Hundreds of acres of land will bo sot
to fruit, nnd men who havo looked
oskanco nt tho futuro of tho Industry
aro planning to secure somo of tho
profits which seem to bo in store in
Christmas Programs in tho Schools.
Tho Oregon library commission has
mado a collection of material suitablo
for Christmas programs in tho schools.
This consists of rocltatlons, dialoguos
nnd plays, suitablo for tho season.
Most of thorn nro not in books, but are
mounted on shoots or mado into pamph
lets, nnd can easily bo mailod. Tho
commission has mado an effort to col
lect tho very best matorial available
for school room programs, and is anx
ious that tho teachers in tho stato make
uso of it. Any school in Oregon may
obtain this matorial upon application
to tho commission, nccompaniod by five
cents in postage. If moro postage is
required, notification will bo sont when
the pieces arc mailed. In sending in
applications it will bo necessary to
stato how many pupils are to take part,
auo of pupils and whether plays or
dialogues aro to be Included. It is
suggested that teachers havo their
pupils copy their individual parts and
return tho material as sdou as conven
ient, so that as many schools as possi
ble mav havo tho benefit of tho Christ
mas collection. Address Oregon Library
Commission, Salem, Oregon.
Will Havo Good Boads.
Forest Grove A movement was in
augurated in this city at tho instiga
tion of the county court to build perm
nnont rock roads. Heretofore it has
been impossible to secure good roads
oxcept at prohibitive pricos. County
Judge uoodin stated tho Oregon Iron
& Steel company of Portland had of-
fcrod tho county tho right to quarry
rock at thoir quarry near Boavorton
gratis, and that tho Southern Pacific
would haul it at "5 cents a ton. The
scheme of the court is to install
crusher at tho quarry for permanent
use. Crushed rock can bo delivered to
tho Baso Line road at one-half the
proscnt cost, or at $1 a cubic yard.
Hood Elver May Bo Surpascsd.
Portland Tho cranberry marshes
along tho lower Columbia river grow
tho largest and best keeping fruit, and
in yield por ncro aro not surpassed any
whero in tho world. This industry,
though yet in its infancy on this coast,
has already reachod results that show
boyond a reasonable doubt that this is
to be the most profitable of all lines
of lruit culture. Tho oxhibit of cran
borrics shown the past week at J. K
Gill's book store was a revelation to
all who saw it, and it proves convinc
ingly that wo can grow unusually fino
berries and in quantities that mako
their culture exceedingly profitable.
Sells Wheat at 99 Cents.
Baker City The largost wheat deal
mado in this section of tho state has
just been consummated by tho Balfour-
Guthrio company, which purchased tho
holdings of the Oregon Mill & Grain
company, whoao elevator was destroyed
by fire. Tho deal Involved 00,000 bush
els of wheat, and tho price was 99 cents
per bushel on board tho cars at Port
land. This deal is taken to moan that
tho mill people will not rebuild this
Wallowa Ships Stock.
Wallowa Extonsivo stock shipments
havo been mado from this countv
within tho past week, 21 cars of cattle
and nino cars of hogs having been
shipped to tho Portland and Seattle
markets. A car of hogs beloncinir to
II. Allen contained 95 porkers, which
avoraged 252 pounds each, whilo four
of tho best ones tipped the scales at
1,842 pounds, an avorago woight of
460Vj pounds. Mr. Allen rocoived $8.10
por hundred for his hogs in Portland.
Banners to Advertise Apples.
Hood Elver A solid train of annlcs
is boing loaded at tho Hood Kiver An-
plo Growers' union warorooms in re
frigerator cars and will go forward to
New York, being a portion of tho ap
ples secured of tho union by Stoinllart
& Kolloy. Largo banners havo boon
printod and aro tacked tho full length
of tho cars, announcing tho fact that
tno appics uro from Hood River.
Eosohurg Wants Moro Paving.
Itosoburg Eoseburit cltizons nro en.
ng to petition tho citv council for an.
othor bond Issuo for moro navlni?.
Forty thousand dollars is boing askod
for this timo, against $35,000 snont this
year, moaning moro than twico tho
amount of paving noxt year,
Strawberries at Modford.
Modford A. H. Mlllor has W
brought to Modford four crates of ns
fino strawborrioa as havo boon shown
this season. Thoso are probablv tho
last to bo gathored this year,
CAB FAMINE FELT.
Shipments From Union Aro Tlod Up by
Union Car shortago has temporarily
stonnod shipping from Union
llofrlgorator nnd box ears cannot bo
secured nnd sovoral carloads of apples
urn boinf? hold in Btorotro.
Tho ilourinir mill of this city wll
shut down soon, as thoir storage ca
imoitv is taxed to tho limit, and sovoral
cars will havo to bo shipped boforo
irrindinir can bo resumed.
Tho planing mills shipped sovoral
cnrloads of lumber In opon cars, but
tho rnin nnd snow has mado It Impos
siblo to handlo dressed lumber in othor
tlinn closod cars.
Sovoral carloads of balod hoy nro I
storairo nwaltlnjr cars. A loss of thou
sands of dollars to tho shippers of tho
Gramlo Hondo valloy is growing bo
causo of tho scarcity.
Anothor Victory for Hill Eouto,
Portland Dispatches woro received
from Washington, I). 0., announcing
that tho goncral land ofllco has.ro
iocted tho Deschutes Hallroad com
pany's maps for soctlon C. whorovor
tlioy conflict with thoso of tho Contrnl
Orccon railroad. According to O, II,
Carey, attornoy for tho Oregon Trunk
and tho Contrnl Oregon, tho action of
tho land ofllco is on nn appeal from
a former decision of the land uopnrt
niont to tho samo effect. Tho section
of tho route roforrod to is in tho uppo
nart of tho Deschutes country and is
believed to Ho botweon tho mouth of
Whito rivor and Trout crcok.
Appropriations Not for Salaries,
Snlom In an opinion rendered ro
cently, Attornoy General Crawford has
hold that tho appropriations mado for
the severnl experiment stations in dif
Fern nt pnrts of tho state by tln legis
laturo hist wintor nro not nvailablo for
tho salaries of professors of the Oregon
Agricultural college oven while ongagod
in supervising tho work nt tho stations,
Iho mnnoy can bo used only in promot
ing tho work of the station. The
opinion was naked by tho college.
Farm Brings Top Price.
Lakeviow J. D. Heryford has bought
100 acres or land from 11. U. 1-Joining,
for $20,000. Mr. Horyford is n stock
man, ono of the earliest settlors hore
who never awakened to tho ngricul
t u ml and horticultural resources of the
country until a recent dnto. Tho Flem
ing farm is said to bo ono of the best
farms in this section, it has tin indi
vldual water right. On the place thero
are about 500 full bearing fruit trees,
Utah Invites Oregon Educators.
Oregon Agricultural College, Corval
lis, Tho homo economies department of
tno utnb Agricultural college has in
vited tho teachers of homo economics In
the intermnuntain nnd west const re
gion to meet in Logan, Utah, February
4 and 5, to study tho state problem of
work in the high schools. Dean Greer,
department of domestic science and art
O. A. C, has been invited to open the
Elgin Ships Apples.
Elgin. Tho first full carload of apples
io do sent out or Kigin lias just boon
shipped to southern Idaho towns. This
is tho beginning of tho movement of
applos. These shipments como from the
old orchards in bonriiiL'. Thero nro
many acros of orchard planted, but it
win oo nuout three yoars buforo Elcln
ns a locality will put forth claims ns a
producor of tho king of fruit in largo
Wheat Blucstom, $1.09: club. 00c:
red Russian, 90ic; Valloy, $1; Turkoy
rcu, si.us: 4U-roid, si.u
Jianoy rood, $U8: brcwlnif. $28 nor
Corn Whole, $33.50; cracked, $34.50
uats mo. 1 whito, $3030.00
Hay Timothy. Willamette Vallov.
$15(f;19 por ton; Eastern Oregon, $18
uyzu: nuaira, ?ioft(JJO,00: clovor, 1&:
cheat, $1415.50; grain hay, $1G10.
minor uity creamery extras. 30cs
fancy outsido creamery, 32130c por
io.; storo, Vivian. (Butter fat
prices avorago 1jC por pound under
regular ouiior prices.)
r-fffjs r resli Urogon extras. 42Vj(h
15c por dozon; Eastorn, 3238o por
Poultry Hons. UGbliV.c: snrincs.
1414 Vic; rooHtors, 010c; ducks,
J-H'jc; gooso, lO'fcc; turkeys, llvo, 17Mt
ioc; urossod, zu(jz.ic.
Pork Fancy, 10c por' pound.
Veal Extras, lie per pound.
AMte -4J.U0, lflM4, UUAI
pears, $11.C0 por box; grapos. 75c
i.?u nor crato, izA(ioe per baslcot;
Spanish Malaga, $7,50 por barrol;
quinces, $1.2561)1.50 nor box: crunbor-
rics, $99.50 por barrel; persimmons,
i.ou por box.
Potatoos Orogon, 00&c70c por sack;
swoot potatoos, lc por pound.
vegetables Artichokes, 7oc por
dozon; beans, 10c por pound; cabbago,
UtiG caumiowor, 00c(S$1.25 por doz.j
colory. 6085e; eggplant, $1.75 por
box; horsoradlsh, 0(10o per dozon;
hothouso lettuce, $11.25 por box;
pumpkins, llc; sproutB, 8o por lb,;
squash, $11.10; tomatoos, 75c$lj
turnips, 75c$l nor sack; carrots, $1;
boots, $1.25; rutabagas, $1.10 por sack;
parsnips, $1,25; onions, Orogon, $1.25
QiilM por sack.
Cattlo Bost stoora, $4.504.05; fair
to good, $44.25; medium nnd feodora,
$3.503.75; bost cows, $3.50()8.75; me
dium, $33,25j common to medium,
$2.502.75; bulls, $22.50; stags. $2.50
3.50; calvos, light, $5,255.50j heavy,
Hogs Bost, $88,10; medium, $7.50
7.85; atockora, $44,75,
Shoop Boat wothora, $4.254.50;
fair to good, $3,754; boat owea, $3.78
(flit fair to good, $3.603.75; lnmbs,
Hops 1009 crop, 1822c 1008 crop,
nominal; 1007 crop, 12c; 1000 crop, 8c.
Wool Eastern Orogon, 1023o )b.;
Mohair, choico, 24c pound. j
Willamette and Columbia 8.w ,
A-orunnu, Nov. 23.-ea... ..
over tho whole of Western r.? ,al
IHf Htm.lr... . . wliron An.
m.v uiKni ana thft '
of Monday havo flooded the !?Mt
river and all Us tributaries. JL0016
Washington felt tho ,torm t
acgroo and during tn0 1 J
Damage from landslides over tfi
id wnshod-out i,ri.i.. " triw
- In Western C ZoZZ
in7,T. rVc!" obstructs
while logs and SrV n hg0a g.
river ondangor navigation u A,,Wtr
City the water Is lckinj t tiww
of the Southern Pacini 1 tho trs
, L 11 !
cause n fj.uuo powor dam U, 1 1
swept awny. Log booms l i V JeB
Inmi harbor broke vca&ij8 P?rl'
steamboats were soon ffSlk M
tho groator portion BV n WOfk 4
loirs ennfiirn.l ",v 'unawiv
v nn r n t iiam., ..'if
river gorge, rains sta iled I-nM?
- - -mm ji. tv. ry ri m . .
j vuiuiuiii iiiiirniri it wi 4 i . . a
OI TllOlliaS l' I nonr. v U"W
.limn? j a. Nn-Ku m-
1 1 . .1 r vMKiuucr, nnd i
),lllni..a 1. I 1 MU 1. I'
worn iiTiTmirrAii . ---
..... frlUMI IB mnmrtrtftJ ...
ill III f'iftt II.. -WVMVU 1L
. At Clifton, on tho AstorU h n.i-
hn rn rAn,1 .77" w vwiuni.
TROOPS FOR NIOABAQUA.
lour Ilunnrnrl TTnM, m.i.. .
unuor Kush Orders.
i rfiin i-riiififiAMiiiin .
lor tno canal r.onn nr inr vi.;
In in.n ,.im l .1 . 1 . .
days require such a course. All d-
iimiu 1'viiuiiiL! liiu i mini ii in nr ariiif iAi
iiiuiin. iirnrn nm i rinnnn
r-. rn i
I nn rlnnn rturi tf 4n Mktf-.
j . w VMMWU
an u iunuiL ni run Ii nruflrf inn a ihA
m . . . . . k . m 1
Btaro uopartmont rccoivcd tho preliri-
men ay ivcsiuom -oiaya'i ordcra.
It lind linnn hitnnilnd in tAnd this m.
on uuiy more, xne date ot departure
from I'hilndnlrililn hml )ion aI Inr Tit.
I " " - " " w -
M , . 1. .. .
1.I. I 1.1 1 . 1 1.. 1. . !
isinnu torco win no note io noun re
pairs on tho Bhin bv November 27.
.1 a .!,, , . it.
ii iiucusxarv mo oov marines noir oa
.tin A .1 VI fl I M n II 1,1 .. III! I,A,I I M ,1.....
Iuu, in iiuuiiiuii iu viiu ivy iu uu m&cu
I .11!.! . ii . inn i. i. . i.i,..
south on tho Pralrio.
ATTACK SHEEMAN LAW.
Standard Oil Will Strike at the Boot
of Its Troubles,
Nnw York. Nov. 2-1. Fo owiue lit
,1,.hI.Ih ..n,infi,1 Qnliirilnv nilrrsA 1ft
Hinndnril Oil. oHle a Is and IMUID2 uw
vm Knninr llni. tlm l"lllinPl lOf lav
Anx.nmiv rnf tnirnllmr fnilnV tO QilCHSi
J ft ri -- . r .
. . . ... . .1 Aiilltna n UrMiriA TAF IU-
lllllViUtil IIU UUUiHU VWUI-W ---
Hopcal of tho Sherman anti-trust art
Mm .run I whlili will annarcntly be
hold in sight. That its provisions re
wtii iiivti unit r
idont of tho Standard Oil compan;,
who also declares that sentiment
ncalnst tho law Is beginning to form.
Mr. Archbold said:
ItT l.-ll .lnAlalnn w ll rCSU It IO
4. UUIIUVU HIU uwvi.'v " .
legislation juuiuhk V i An
tlio rtliormnn anu-irusi , -----
. m t ti.i. Iaii untf rnr'
that law It is impossium iut a
porntion to transact business . I w
(, ii -i ..mit. nt Wash DJM
novo mui. vm uiw.. - . - .
nro coming to tho viow that thelw
too nctivo, and uiai ov y
, it t.. .. 1- l,fif nninlon."
IlimBUIl. BUUiv-9 " "l
Oroat Lakes In icy unp.
Chicago, Nov. 24.-RaIn nd Blee ,
drlvon by a wind that in -day
with a velocity of 43 miles m . kooj
accompanied a torrlflo storm that
swont throuirhout tho Great LtfM
" ' ni fnw vessels have my
""" . " -.... " t.oV uiiehwn-
Tho government XW of th
sworod tho appeal of tho crew ox i
freighter Boston or hota bJ
sol. af tor an nll-nlgbt battle
wind and waves from 'nr
ti,rwn rudder osa upon ft "nanar"
Willamotte, north if Chicago.
of tho crow woro tftkon on
TurKoy liOBos v.7--
L,, Nov. V.- -J,
irkraiit, accoini'.-- - . y
and potatoes, do ea ed
.berry sauco in a f tn
Clt T.nn WOrKnu,...
jio iii mu . " ,ilgora Ame""
consoquonco, tho "7, Hf
-.1 Tint In OVldOIC" ..ui.e
,. .. - - - ..... ,,(" -
250 pounds or were
Place. Tho frwlth
two to .c0, 'rnCd overt"
Nov. an ancle"
has PUBU7 onain, p
. . .. .
am1 In r
nu imju"" - . .rfl pst
Tivo Volcano- r rlte,