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P A C IF IC
IN S U R A N C E
m eat pr ic es g o ing d o w n .
Choice Cuts of
Chicago—J. Ogden Armour says the
whole tendency in the prices of stock-
yard products is toward a lower sched
ule. He also said the descent would
be gradual and warned the public
against too hastily accepting the belief
that a drop from the highest to the
lowest prices was due.
“ The packers’ prices to the retailers
are baaed entirely on what we have to
pay for the live animals,’’ said Mr.
Armour. “ Generally speaking prices
are lower and I believe they are work
ing towards a still lower level. The
present situation is the result of the
enormous corn crop and of previous
high prices that stimulated everybody
to raise livestock.
“ The public is getting the benefit of
political conditions and should get fur
ther benefit as the increased supply of
j livestock reaches the market.
“ The recent high prices of meats
and packing house products cannot be
attributed in any way to the packers
nor to any combination of persona or
firms engaged in the packing house in
dustry. It has been due to conditions
that developed from a scarcity and a
high price for com, which is the basis
of thé supply of livestock.
"Conditions in livestock raising are
bigger than any packer or set of pack
ers. Our prices are based on what we
have to pay for livestock, and the
sooner the people and the world at
large realize that, the better it will be
PASSENGERS FACE FAMINE.
Pork Products and
Beef Lead the
NATIONAL GOVERNMENT NEWS
NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST
FLIES FROM CRUISER.
SIXTY PERCENT OF COUNT BAD
Aviator Ely Maker Successful Trip Great Falls Mont., Has 13,948 Ac
PRINCIPAL OFFICE. FOREST GROVE, OREGON
to Land—Wins $500.
cording to New Total.
Fort Monroe, Va.—Aerial naviga Washington — The population of
tion has proved that it is a factor Great Falls, Mont., is 13,948, a de
Will Save You More Than 25 P er Cent
which must be dealt with in the naval crease of 982 as compared with 14,930
tactics of the future, if the successful in 1900.
flight made |by Eugene B. Ely in a Director Durand said the Great Falla
Curtiss biplane from the cruiser Birm returns as originally received showed a
ingham can be taken as a criterion. total of 23,324, or 8,376 more than the
From'Hampton Roads, the scene 45 correct counL The director blames
years ago of another epoch in *the his the attempted padding to three out of
tory of navy warfare, when ironclads 12 enumerators of the citv, 60 per cent
took their place as the sea-fighting of whose returns, he says, were fraud-
Edward Seymour, Mgr
force of the world, the aviator flew ulent.
across the lower end of Chesapeake
three men were arraigned and
bay, landing on the shore opposite this two The of them
were sent to jail for 24
fined $150 each, while
With weather conditions unfavorable the third was put
for flying, the aviator glided from the hours and fined $200. in prison
Forest Grove, Oregon
platform erected on the forward deck the increases were obtained largely that
of the cruiser, swooped down until he taking the names of transient visitors
touched the water, then rose rapidly to the city which were placed in the
and was off in the direction of the At hands of the enumerators by private
lantic. Five minutes later he landed individuals.
safely on Willoughby Spit.
returns show a decrease from
If you want up-to-date, reliable and trustworthy
The impact with which the machine the The
of 1900 amounting to 982,
struck the water after its 37-foot drop but Mr. Durand
plumbing fixtures installed, or repairs made
that, as there
from the deck broke a small piece was fraud in ¡,’the contends
get in touch with the practical plumber
from a propeller blade. Its speed was has been an actual growth.
not lessened, however, and it darted Population statistics were made pub
away on its flight.
lic for the following California cities:
Ely did not wait for the Birmingham Oakland,
150,174, an increase of 83,-
to get into motion, which would have 214, or 124.3
cent, compared with
aided him by adding to his momentum, 66,960 in 1900. per Berkeley,
but seizing an opportune moment be increase of 27,220, or 206 40,434,
tween showers, was off before those on compared with 13,214 in 1900. Ala
Wrack Survivors Shut in By Storm the
Forest Grove, Oregon
tugs could get ready to follow and meda, 23,282, compared with 16,464
on Katalla Island.
assist him in case of need.
Cordova, Alaska—Eighty-three per Ely said afterwards that it would be
sons, comprising the passengers and an easy matter for an aeroplane to MARKET VALUE UNCERTAIN.
crew of the wrecked steamship Port alight on. a vessel which was either
W A L TE R R O S W U R M
land, which was beached in the mouth moving or stationary.
Commissioners Reject Basis
of the Katalla river, are stranded on Captain Washington I. Chambers, Railroad
of Taxation of Railroads.
Katalla island. The storm which broke who has been detailed by the Navy de
soon after the passengers were landed partment as chairman of a board of Washington—Deciding to hold its
from the wrecked vessel, is raging aeronautical investigation, declared 23d annual convention in this city on
increased fury and all efforts to the flight was more than he had antici
10, 1911, *the National Asso
Roswurm & Co.
go to the aid of the marooned passen pated, and is confident the time will October
of Railroad Commissioners
come when the army and navy will use ciation
gers have proved unsuccessful.
elected the following officers: Presi
There are few people living on the aeroplanes.
Dealers in R eal Estate, Exchanges, Business Chances,
Burr, of Florida; sec
When he struck the surface on div retary, R. W. Hudson
Ice, Coal and Wood
It is feared that if the passengers and ing off the platform on the Birming tary of the Interstate .Commerce
crew of the Portland are not taken ham, the water splashed onto his gog mission, and assistant secretary, com
off soon they will be forced to undergo gles, and he could not see for several liam Kilpatrick, of Illinois.
great hardships, owing to the failure
delegates opposed the adop
ing. He had planned to take a differ tion Many
of the food supply.
report of the committee on
The steamship Alameda tried for 12 ent course from that followed and land railroad taxes
and plans for ascertain
hours to enter the stormswept harbor, further to the north.
ing the fair value of railroad property,
but was finally compelled to give up The highest altitude he attained was the
opposition taking the ground that
the attempt and turn back. The tele estimated at 500 feet.
waa impracticable as a
line, the sole means of commu His striking the water, he said af basis of value
of railroads general
If the hoofs of your horse need to phone
with the island, is down, and terward, was due to a miscalculation.
be shod. I have the metal, the nication
the stranded passengera are entirely He had planned before he left to drop ly.!The convention refused to adopt the
near the water, so as to get the mo report, as well as the reports of the
knowledge, the skill and the will cut off from the outside world.
mentum which he wanted to carry him committee on rates and rate making
ingness to put your horses right
but he overreached the mark.
car service and demurrage.
PANAMA CANAL IN 1913,
when they need a firm footing.
It is understood Ely, by this flight, and The on committee
report waa adopted,
a $500 prize offered by John Barry recommending that
I also do General Blacksmithing, Taft Is Told Work «Will Be Finished won
Commerce commission early ’prepare
anything and everything.
Ahead of Time.
more from any ship to land.
rules and regulations for carrying ^into
the uniform classification of
Panama—The Panama canal wMl be
freight, authorised by law, and to give
completed December 1, 1913. This in CENSUS METHODS LIKED.
formation was given to President Taft Canada to Follow United States' to the commissions of the various
state« and all parties interested an op
while he Fas inspecting the famous
Plan in 1911 Count.
portunity to be heard before final
Gatun dam. The official date of the
opening remains January 1, 1915, Lieu Washington — Contemplating the adoption of the uniform classification.
tenant Colonel Goethals deoirinffione adoption of some of this government’s
year in which to train the canal tend improved census-taking methods in ESTRADA EXPELS RIOTERS.
ers and to get the machinery working connection with its next census, the
Canadisn government has sent to
Disturbers Ar« Ban
Finest of Bread and Pastry Baked Every Day
Ships, meantime, will have the priv Washington E. H. MacPhail, of the Anti-American
ished From Nicaragua.
ilege of the canal, but at their own census bureau of Canada, to consult
risk or delay.
with Director Durand regarding the Washington—The Liberal leaders,
In addition it was announced by Col operations of the American census bu alleged to be responsible for the anti-
onel Goethals that the report that reau. The two officials have been in American riots at Leon, Nicaragua,
Free Delivery to AH Parts of the City
President Taft’s visit was the forerun conferencet the past two days.
were expelled from the country by
ner of a request for another $100,000,- Mr. MacPhail said that according to President Estrada, according to a tele
000 from congress, was unfounded.
official estimate, the next Canadian gram received by the State departmi
The canal will be completed in 1913, census, to be taken in June, 1911, will from Thomas B. Moffat, United Stai
he said, within the $375,000,000 al show a popluation of about 8,000,000. consul at Bluefields.
would be an increase of 2,700.000 The men expelled are Zelodon and
The president was pleased at the This
cent over the figures Mnldonado Zciaya, Games and Barreto.
outlook for early completion and con for 1 9 0 50 1 per
United States Consul Clivares at
gratulated Colonel Goethals. He ex
telegraphed the States de
pressed amazement at the work accom WOMAN WASHES DIRTY BILL. partment that he had completed his in
plished since his visit in February,
vestigation of the anti-American out
carries a most complete and
Certificate is So Clean That Bank break at Leon, and that he believed
up-to-date line of
He displayed a knowledge of the
the government authorities now had
Teller Thinks It ^Counterfeit.
technical details that surprised the Washington—A mistake that may the situation well in hand. *
officials, his familiarity dating back to ‘ become common if the government fin- Charles Teller, the American boy
the time he was secretary of war, | ally decidee to launder dirty paper who was injured in the recent riots,
when he advocated a lock canal as j money, has just come to the attention was shot by a soldier as a result of
against a sea-level system. He was the treasury officials. A woman in mistaken identity, the consul reports,
greatly surprised at the immensity of of
for the boy did not participate in the
New York received an extremely dirty disturbance.
consul ’confirms the
the dam, some idea of which can be silver
certificate. She promptly washed report that the The
gained from the fact that the train and ironed
the bill. It came out of the ed by the Liberals, who, was incited
was under way nearly three hours on process bright
FRESH CANDIES and FRUITS the
spur tracks overrunning the great it to the bank. It looked so strange incendiary utterances of their press,
insist upon holding anti-American dem
that the bank teller pronounced the onstrations.
note a counterfeit and sent it to Wash
SODA OYSTER COCKTAILS
‘Perfect’ Man Collapses.
ington for inspection. “ The only
Salt Lake City Grows.
Lynn, Mas«.—Charlee Orrin Breed, thing (he matter with that,’* smiled Washington—Balt
Lake City haa a
of this city, formerly world’s amsteur Chief Wilkie, "is that it’s clean.”
population of 92,787, according to
champion strong man and a leading
statistics of the 13th census . This is
R. A. PHELPS
Malt Association Accused.
Methodist Episcopal layman, dropped
an increase of 39,246, or 78.3 per cent
dead from heart disease. Three years Washington—ComplaintjJagainat the over
SMCtmr to W. E PK1CKETT
ago Mr. Breed was examined by Dr. United States Maltatera' association, The 53,531
of Salt Lake county,
SargenL of Harra/d, and pronounced alleging violation of the Sherman anti Utah, is population
131,426, compared with 77.-
| perfect so far as physical proportions trust law and an illegal combination of 725 in I960.
were concerned. Mr. Breed was 54 the malting companies east of the Augusta, Ga., haa a population of
years old. As a young man be became Rocky mountains, have been made to 37,826.
, This ia a decrease of 1,616,
famous for his extraordinary strength the department of justice by Individual or 4.1 per
cent under 39,441 in 1900.
and traveled throughout the country
rhe Forest Grove Press
Stats of Maine Grows to 742,871.
Portland Fifll In Rank.
ess, meeting strong the men. «
Washington—The population of tbs
Is Right l'p-to-Date.
arily heavy shipments of wheat'during state of Maine is 742,871, according to
Tame Owl F#et 860 Miles.
thirteenth census statistics. This
Victoria, B. C.—The steamship Zea- October, Portland regained her posi the
is an increase of 47.905, or 6.9 per
1 tndia, which arrived here from Aus tion as the leading wheat exporting cent
ever 694,446 In 1900. The in-
tralia, bad on bead a California barn city of the United State«, aa shown by
from 1890 to 1900 wee 88,899,
yard owl, which alighted on the steam- statistic» of the department of col <-r«ees
or 6 per coot.
i #r 880 miles from the nearest land.*
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Roswurm & Moulton
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