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THB . OREGON DAILY JPTJRNAi; PORTLAND, WEDNESDAY SVKNINO, OCTOBER U, 4904.
STATE FRUIT CROP
MAKES NEW RECORD
Oregon State Board of Horticulture This Year
Estimates It Is Worth $1,390,000 Increase
f . in Apples. Falling Off in Prunes. ;
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Reports for It, Wo complied by
laaiiihois of the OreioB state board of
horticulture for submission to Secretary
George LuiktfMfl, will ho the great
est fruit crop ever harvested In Ore
gon. Partial Mparts mad at the an
nuel meeting of the board la Portland
week mo gave a forecast of what our
bo expected, end It waa agreed that tha
reports by mambara from tho various
Otatrlcta shouM bo bald back until after
the apples and lata fruits ar garnered,
o that tba raports for 1K4 wr ba com
. mists to data. " - ' r
Tbaro wlU ba Tory nrge tnerease to
rthe apple crop of Rogue river and Hood
irtrar valleys, and a considerable ta
erwnss In tho general fruit oropa la all
jperts of (he state. Figures furalahad
!b) A. K Carson of Grants Pass, tha
only member who submitted a datallad
.Taport to' tha meeting, give the follow
ing aaeord of Increase to tho last four
pamrs 4s thai section:
Amount of fruit sold Is 1M1 and I MI
vunblned Apples, 00,000 boxes;, pears,
I340.r0 boxes; prunes. 1.000. 009 pounds;
-dried applaa, 10,000 pounds; paachaa,
110,000 boxes; a mall fruits, 10,000
eustss: gross value. 7 01,100.
Amount of fruit sold In 1001 Apple,
d 00, 000 boxes, or as many as were sold
in both rears preceding; paara, 110, 000
bona; prunes, 1,000.000 pounds ;. peaches.
10,000 boxes; small fruits, lotted cmtss;
TOM value. $04 0,00.
Amount of fruit sold ta 1M4 Apples
estimated), 000.090 boxes; pears, 200,
oos boxes; prunes. l.ovo.000 pound i
paachaa. 71,000 boxaa; aroall fruits, 7,
000 era tea; gross valua. ll.lfO.vOO.
Fruit growers are grubbing out their
prune trees and planting applaa. paara
and paachaa. There to a steady Ineraaea
In tha growing of cherries, and they ara
daatlnad to become a great Oregon crop.
Canned ehorrlaa ara growing in. popu
larity in tha market.
Tha splendid Oregon prune, whleh was
first Instrumental In making a rapuu
tlos for Oregon as a fruit-growing atata,
la be Ins sold so cheap that growers ara
discouraged, and there la a tremendous
fail Ins off in tha production of prunes
durlns tha last two Tear.
Conoernlng eondltlona ta Jackson.
loeephlnei Douglas, Lake. Klamath,
Cooa enoV Curry counties, Mr. Caraon
says that laaa than SO par cent of adapt
able fruit; lands ara rat planted to fruit
"There kra bearing sppla orchards la
Rogue rWar Tallay that have for tha last
thrao year paid their owners annually
MOO an acre," ho say. "Soma of tha
bearing oroharda have only paid fled to
1100 an acre, but this small amount waa
duo to neglect of small details In cul
ture, and failure to spray and to thin tho
crop at tha pauper time.
SKULL TURNS BULLET,
CRACKED BY STONE
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tftaraal Sfiital serve f (
Fseaain, M. J.. Oct. la. WlU lam -Let-
Aimer, of this ottj, hnowa as tha "Iron
OJkuUed ataa, was wad up today by an
JaJory to Us cranium, Hoaaluaia struck
kirn with a rack and beached him an
ooaootsns. Tho rook waa shattered, It
la olalmos. Lsttimsr ts a veteran of tho
drpaaieh war, and whUs tn Cubs, was
atruek on tho head by a Mauser buHet
and knookad down, but not seriously
Sines than Various toots bar boon
-tnado with his head, which proved its
great bnrdnees. A severe blow with tha
and of a billiard cue, for instance, does
not disturb him. Tho entire formation
of Latt1mors head and faoa Is massive.
In new of his ooeapa from a Mauser
bullet Iarttlmer ts much mortified over
tha foot that mars rock should , lay
tfaaraal Ipiclsl Bervtoe.)
IjaAdon, . OoC tt. rumor from VI
.'ann. that. tha Cunard Unar with M0
owMrraats aboard, sunk off tha coast of
pais la ctvaa no oradaaoa karo. Cunard
llao fflolala' have ao saws of any dis
aster to any of their vesseJa.
GRAND TRUNK CHIEF
RESIGNS HIS POST
aaaraal ateaalal aarvtce.
Montroal, Oot l.Caaada Is oooald
erably upset by tho news from London
of tho raalsnaUoa of Charles M. Hays,
second Ytce-praaldent and reneral saaa
a car of tha Grand Trunk railway system
and saner! mane gar of tha proposed
Grand Trunk Pacific, whleh runs across
tho continent as a rival to tho tjaaadlan
It ts doelarsd that Hays has fallen out
with Blr Wilfred Lurter over deUlls of
tha schema Others declare be has been
unable to float tha bonds whleh ba un
dertook to do in London. Another rumor
says Hay, leaves the Orand Trunk to
become senerat manager of all tha Van-
derbilt railroad Interests, at a salary of
lioo.ooo a year.
(leamal SaseUl ervlat.t
Hew fork, Oct It. Tha Republican
national eommlttas save out word today
that It expects tha mass m eating- to ba
bald under- Its auaplcea In Madison
quart. Garden tonight to ba tha biggest
demonstration of tho oampatgn. Senator
Fairbanks, secretary Leslie M. Shaw of
tha treasury and Qoorsa A. Knight of
Oallforala ara ts ba ih pdnclpal apeak-
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Wit HAVE IN PRICES TO SUIT ALL PURSES.
Full si Comforter for double bed..... .............. OOd
Whits Cotton Filled Comforters.. ..f 1.15, f 1.25, fl.45
Sstcarn Covered Comforters, fancy quilted. ..f 165, f 1.95
Good heavy colored Blmnkets, 10-4 size, each.... 35d
JExtn heary 10-4 White and Colored Blankets, pair. .. .75d
Extra heary 114 Gray Blankets, pr f 1.15, fl5, f 1.40
Colored Mixed Blankets fl.75, 92.25
Full sixe Gray Wool Blankets, worth $4.00 ...f2.95
FuU size Mottled Wool Blankets, worth $4.W......a535
Fine white Wool Blankets, 10-4 size ; special f 3.85
New Fall Styles, in Ladies9 Jackets
and Tourist Coats
Ladies' Kersey Jackets, in tan and black. Inverted box pleat
in back, strapped..... f 6.S5, f 7.50, f 7.95
Ladies Tourist Coats, In mixed brown aiii) blue, thrwe-quar.
ter length. f 7.50, f 8.75, f 9.95
Misses' Jackets, In red, green, blue and tan, black velvet
' trimming.... f3.85, f40. f4.95
Misses Long Coats, in blue, tan, red and
, black.. f4.95, f5.95
New Furs at Wholesale Prices
91.75, fl.95, 92.25, 92.60, 93.95, 94.95. Thesa
art all exceptional values. Judge for yourself.
; ; New Dress Goods v
Fancy Wool Suitings, 56 inches wide, yard. .50
An shades. In assorted Suitings, 52 inches wide, yd. . . .65d)
60-inch Fancy Mixed Suitings, yard... fl.25, 91.50
Children's School Plaids, double width v12y.
Buy ti6 LABOR BRAND
4 " Collars and Cuffs
FIRST AND SALMON C . J. K. STANTON, Mgr.
TRACY IS DYIKC
AT THE EOSPITAL
vioTisf ov vaaStuvv
WlXSj atAJSBZiT UTS
SHAKHE IS TKE LINE
(Continued from Pb Ona.)
Herbert Traey Is not oxpactvd to sur
vive tha day. Bines midnight ha has
boss bavins; convulsions at Good I
marltaa hospital. Onlr hla remarkable
vitality and youth have served to save
nia lira thus far. it m said.
Traoy was struck over the right tem
pi with a heavy boar glass while walk
V HKRBKRT TRACT. .
ln alone Fifth atraat, near Davls last
Friday night Ha la said to have had
no trouble with any one. and Is entirely
Innocent of any offense. Hla aaaallants,
It Is thought, took him for another par
son, and did not discover their mlitaks
until they saw him lying on the stda-
walk with hla skull erushvd.
Guy Foster and Tharen Bush are hold
for tho aasault. Tha ease was so seri
ous from tha start that Municipal Judge
Hogus refused to fix ball, and tha
young man are still ta tho elty JaU
Tracy Is but It years, of age. Rts
parents and family lira at S01 Bast
Thirty-third street. His father and
brother, ara employed la tha Souther
Paelfle ah ope. Tho priaonara aro
ahlnglars. They have recently been am
ployed by a looal ooatraetor.
GAMBLERS' TRIALS GO
OYER TILL NOVEMBER
District Attorney John Vanning and
his deputy. O. a afoser, appeared In tho
circuit court this morning befora Pre
siding Judge Osorgo and urged that tha
trials of tho gamblers arrested la last
July by Sheriff Word be held as soon
Attorneys Bd Heodsnhsll .and S. 0.
Spencer, representing tho ramblers
stated that Fatar Grant, Nate Solomon
and Harvey Dale demand separate hear
tnga. Dale will take tha stand that ha
Is not a member ot the Portland Club.
Tho district attorney's - deputies will
be engaged la- the trial of a Justice
court case, tomorrow. Friday tha trial
of Charles W. Walton, on tho charge of
shooting Policeman Ola Nelson, will ba
sin. It will ba completed by Saturday.
Monday and Tuaaday Walton will bo
tried on the charge of highway robbery,
This necessitates tho trial of tha
gamblers going over to tha November
term of court. Judge George sot Grant's
trial for November T. to ba followed
by those of tho others la the order
named: Solomon, Dale, August Brlok-
aoa aad Dugene Blaster. ...
SLOT MACHINES ARE
SEIZED BY DEPUTIES
Emphatic protest was registered by
Mra. C Clark, who conducts a disor
derly houaa for the notorious "Carmen
on Park street, south of Washington,
when a money-paying slot machine was
seised last night by under-sheriff Mor-
den and several sheriff's deputies.
Tou have no right to take that ma-
ehlno." shs angrily declared. "One of
tho elty council men gave mo permis
sion to run tha machine, and told mo
I would be protected."
"No city councilman nor anybody slss
has tho right, madam, to promise to
protect you in violating the taw," d
olared the under-sheriff. "Moreover, ho
cannot oarry his promise to protect you
into execution a long as Tom Word is
Two ether money-paying devices ware
also seised, ona at the disorderly house
oonductad .by Elsie Douglass, at Sixth
and Stark, had another at Baste Wad
kin's place, at Stark and Park streets.
All machines ara held ao evidence and
arrasta of tha proprtetoressas of tits
houses will probably follow.
JAFAJgHatfl UNBI aTtTOOXSS.
Joareal Special SerrUe.)
Toklo, Oct It. A dispatch received
In official circles this morning a tales
that Oyama'a army la still faoa to faoa
with Kuropatktn'a force, the Japanese
oa one side of the Shakho river, Che
Russians on the other olds.
Oyama reports under yesterday's data
"the enemy Is gradually decreasing hla
force In the direction of the right army.
Only email detachments eoattaus active.
The enemy has been beaten at Benslav
putss, retreating to tho north sad east.
"Knsmy made ssssults leet ntght but
were repulsed. Today only oooaatonaJ
saehangea At cannonading occurred."
sell era fsssa apuisi Tha Josiam
A special dispatch from Taooma thts
morning stated that a rumor la In cir
culation there to tho effect that the
Harrlman Interests have aoqulred con
trol of the Pacific Coast Steamship com
pany. Tha explanation is also msda
that the officials interested refused to
either verify or deny th report.
Portland representatives of the Har
rlman lines declare that It Is the first
Intimation that they have received con
cerning such a deal, and they attach
no importance to the report. They give
it as their opinion, that there can ba
no truth In tho rumor, for tho reason
that Harrlman would have no object
In purchasing tho veasale owned by the
company named. It Is asserted that ha
has no Interests on the sound, and so
far as knows locally he has ao Inclina
tion to gala ft foothold la Uut terri
tory. Ths local agent of the Pacific Coast
Staamahtp - company states that ha
places no' oredenee la the report If
such a deal had beea eoneummated, -he
explains, bo would be notified shortly
World's Fair Exconloni.
Additional dates of sals for world's
fair tickets have beea SMOUnoed by tha
Canadian Pad no.
Oa October ST, It, tt, special round
trip tickets t St Louts and esstera
points will be en sale St vary low rates.
Tickets good for stop-over privileges
and a choice of routes returning.
For full particulars, sell oa or ad
dress, F. It Johnson, F. P. A 14
Third Street. Portland. Or.
1 fftpeete! Mosaic Is The loaraal.)
Palouae, Wash., Oet. It. Henry C
Clark, aged ft, who crossed the plains
SO years ago with his parents, died here
yesterday. The fauilly settled la the
Wlllassetta valley 'and came hero it
yea re ego. Ho Is" survived by -sight
okUdrsa, . .
stay: Be autre Beak. -, .
(Jose sal, Special Strrtee.) ..
St. Petersburg, Oat. It. The great
anxiety and depression whloh a few days
ago marked the demeanor of tho Rus
sian people la gradually giving way.
under the news from ths front, to a
feeling of greater oonfldsno and placid
ity. . .. ..
This was largely increased by ths
following report from General Sakha ron.
under today's datei -
"Tho Japanese are oonoantratlng an
the center Jwid front near Tlaahlpu.
"Captain Dambuffakl while reoonnol-
terlng yeeterday evening, captured two
Japanese sunn sustain tog ao loss him
self. -.. - .
"Our loft made slight advance.'"
la view of tho great apprehension
that existed concerning ths welfare of
tho Russian loft wing, from which there
have been but few reports la tho past
few days, SakharofTs report that It is
not only free from danger, but Is ap
parently eg frees I ve and advancing, ts
Had It not been for tho rather re
assuring news received as yesterday
passed, tha celebration la honor of tha
cxarevltch's name day would have passed
Ip a most decided gloom. Greater In
terest centered on operations at ths
front than on tho looal fete.
As the afternoon advanced a sold,
drlssllng rain setUed down over tha
city and Illuminations In recognition of
the day were lighted early. Thea be
gan an outpouring of news from ths
front which prompted some of tho dally
newspapers to Issue extras announcing
victory for the Russians and the crowds
no longer heeded the rata but entered
Into a holiday eplrlt
In a ukase Issued to the public early
In ths afternoon tho emperor granted,
la honor of hla son's name day, pensions
to all survivors and widows and or
phans of tho Turkish-Russian war. All
captains who survive the same war are
made lieutenant-colonels aad by ths
same ukase tho emperor's son m an-
twiintAd flhlaf of ths cadet corps.
Until nearly -midnight the populace
watched for news from ths front and
In all clubs, hotels, theatres and puuio
meeting places whsa news arrives,
was snaadllv- siren OUt
Although yesterday tha people In gen
eral were inclined to accept even tae
ohearlna- news la a rather conservative
wayl today they seem convinced that
success has again turned lowara wm
Ruslaaa banners and that ths outcome of
tha nrasent strussls will be a derided
svdvaaos fog tho Russian plana.,. .
IJesrssl Special ssrftee.)
noma. Oet It The Glornalo dl Roma
hears that Kuropatkln has wired tns osar
"Wo will literally eaecuts your scoots
and oonauer or die.
A resort has reached hero tnsx tns
Rusolsns have resolved reinioreemema
of 10,004 men from Harbin and tne
Japanese have been reinforced by a full
brigade from Niuenwang.
IVlghtcc Vessels WLU oo
OSSM Of OMS
rieoraal Sseclal ServiOS-i
t Petersburg, Oct It. Ths Baltie
fleet will divide, part going by ths way
of tho Sues and the remainder around
tho Capo of Good Hope. It is expected:
tha vovare will ba made within to days.
This Information comas today from A
semi-official source and is believed to
he, reliable. The force of each Is not
stated, but tt Is presumed the heavier
vessels will go via tho Sues routs.
, AXBXZHFF A BtVKBBa.
Bavortcd s stave 0ew foe OsbXsssbm
, With Kaawpadtkna.
(few-sal Special Service.)
Paris. Oct It. A telegram from
Mukden reports that General Aloxleff
has arrived there to comer vita uen
ersl Kuro catkin.
Tho correspondent lays groat stress
on tho visit, preoiciinaj uhi n may-
mean a complete ananas ox tne pians
of cam Detail, the outcome of which none
foretell. Alexleff la beiievea to
favor a wait until spring commencing
any very definite forward movement
SELLS POOR FARM DEAD
(Continued front Pags Ona.)
have tried ts get reports or saads
eomnlalnt to this board.
'If I had bean aupsnntsnasm I
should hsvs got auch reports. said
Commissioner Barnes. "Carol aeon ess.
to aav tha least has svdoUy bean
Both commission rs assert that D. !
Jackson will bo Instructed to Investi
gate conditions prevailing at ths poor
farm closely when ho takes office No
vember 1, atody all raports and make
written return. They say that their
future action will depend on the nature
of the developments following ouch pro
, List Opportunity
On October 17. II and tt the Northern
Paclfle will give you ono mors and the
last opportunity to purchase low rate
excursion tickets to tho world's fair at
St. Louts snd to other points east All
excursion tickets will be good oa ths
North Coast Limited trains ss well as
on either of the other overland trains.
Through s reapers will bo run to St
Louis. Call at tho ticket office. Ml
Morrison street corner of Third for full
particulars or write A. D. Charlton, A.
O. P. A Portland. Or.
Stop For Collins Hot Sprlnft
A covered platform has bean erected
by the O. R. N. Immediately apposite
Collins Hot Springs for the soosnmoda-
tlon of passengers who desire to visit
this resort Tho Spokane Flyer, trains
aad 4, stop at this point on flag to,
take on or let off passengers, A com
modious munch meats and ea tries all
passengers snd baggage aoress ths river
t the hotel.
Woodard. Clarke & Company
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Of fine Leather Goods aver shown oa this coast may now ba
seen in our store. . Our selections embrace every new and de
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Aboxubent Cotton, pound rolls.., 28e
Dickensona Witch Hasel, pint......17e
Wise People Buy Their TOILET
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FroetillA( ,u... .......,.14e
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Powdered Borax, Mule' Team, package. , . 9d
Powdered Sugar Milk, pound...... 23d)
Soap Bark, package. .....7dt
Mixed Bird Seed pound... . ...... Tt
Carbolic Acid, quarter pound .......12
Seidlitx Powders, box... ...lie
Bay Rum, half pints.. 14
Rosa Water, half pints.... ..14f
We Guarantee the Purity of Our Drugs.
AND GENUINE, v Quarts.
Walker's Canadian Dub ......1)1.05
McBrsyer. Cedevbrook (bottled In
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Fisher's Rye ...tl.lO
Dewar's Special Scotch. ...B1.15
Musadngum Valley ,.$1.10
Old Cabinet Blend..". ..........65dt
Welch's Grape Juke (pints 23e?) 43e
Martelt 8-Star Brandy ...,.fl.73
Lenoir's Cognac .. eee?.$l2S3
California Port and Sherry. - .93f
Crystal Rock. Rya and Tola. .65)
Ansco Cameras and Films, Monarch and Cyko
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a. a. .' ' .'
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quire no attention ara
f ahrava fresh and at
tractive. - ,
Compara these prices
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stant car. Our palms ara all potted. PRICES;
'., Two feat high.-a,v4MV..504t
Three feat high.,. MeMM,.75f
Fo-ty-fiva mchea high OOe ' '
Tree palms from. .....1)3 up to fl2
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phone exchange, four tnmk Unas and ten extensions. Tha only store receiving Canadian
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Woodard, Clarke & Company
r PopularPrlce Druggists Established 1864 : ?
VO CKOOT FOB
Tns annual rifle oompetMlon for the
Third Infantry trophy snd Individual
medal wlU be held on tho Portland rifle
range of tho Oregon national guard, be
ginning Thursday of next week. A
lmental rang officer wm supervise ths
tests of aaarksmanahip, under sondlflons
ths asms aa those prescribed for tho
state trophy and state medaL
Aatsrw, Oet It. Arrived in a 10:40
a. ss., sohoonar Andy Mahoney,
- (Jisisel Sj i rlil service.)
Raton, N. at, Oct llFlva tnchaa
of snow nag faUen hers. Ths storm
struck this place early today aad extends
through Colorado and New Msxiao. Much,
stock is suffering.
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LEATHER WARRANTED STERLING WILLr; NOT : '
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