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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1910)
Doings of tho World at Large
Told in Brief.
General Resume of Important Event!
Presented In Condensed Form
for Our Busy Readers.
James A. Patton lost about $1,200,
000 in ono day speculating in wheat.
Census figures ahow tho average sal
ary of ministers to bo about $003 per
A Colorado eowboy carried his
wounded partner 3? miles on horseback
to receive medical attention.
Thieves havo stolen tho Minnesota
coat of arms from tho noted Hill stat
ute in tho exposition grounds at Se
A French submarine was accidentally
sunk by colliding with a warship and
her entire crew of 27 men were
Deposed Alaska officials claim their
removal was duo to tho Guggenheim
Interests, because of activity In prose
Roosevelt says ho would like to see
football rules chango so as to elimi
nate some of the dangers, but docs not
favor abandoning tho game.
Miss Mathildo Townsend, considered
tho most beautiful heiress in Washing
ton, turned down several foreign counts
and married a plain American.
Tho "jet" of light on Hallcy's
comet, discovered by Harvard observ
ers, has entirely disappeared. The
comet will bo visible in tho West until
about Juno 10.
Governor Hughes of New York,
signed tho bills to enable the state to
accept the gifts of land and money
offered by Mrs. E. II. Harriman, and
others, for a park embracing tho Hud
son River Palisades, and providing for
$1,500,000 bond issue by tho state for
Improving the land.
A strike of all union teamsters in
Portland seems certain on Juno 1.
Glenn II. Curtiss will try to fly from
Albany to New York with but one stop.
A collision between a bark and a
large steamer in tho English channel
cost 22 lives.
Trouble with the wild tribes of Li
beria Is at an end, the leading chiefs
having swom allegiance to that gov
ernment. One hundred and twenty-five cases of
champagne which were a part of the
eitate of Harry K. Thaw arc missing
and cannot be located.
A delegation of ministers failed to
persuade the San Francisco authorities
to refuse a permit for the Jeffries
Johnson fight on July 4.
A Chicago scientist has succeeded in
isolating and studying an original ion
of electricity, and supports the "Ionic
hypothesis" advanced by Faraday in
An explosion of some mysterious gas
during a chemical experiment in New
York suffocated the experimenting
chemist and seriously affected two
others who witnessed It.
Fred Kohler, "reform" police chief
of Cleveland, Ohio, appointed by May
or Tom Johnson and balled by Roose
velt as "tho country's best police
chief," has been charged with habitual
drunkenness, gross immorality, Incom
petency, etc., and will likely be ousted
Railroads are boosting freight rates
on sugar and coffee.
STEAMER HIT IN FOQ.
Eighteen (Drown as Vossol Plungos
Beneath tho Wnvoi.
Port Huron, Mich., May 2C Fami
lies and friends of tho missing 18 mom
bora of tho crew of tho steamer Frank
II. Goodyoar, which sank yesterday ofT
Point Aux Barques, Lnko Huron, after
being rammed amidships by the steam
er James D. Wood, tonight practically
gavo up hopo that any of the missing
persons havo been rescued.
Tho steamer Sir William Siemens,
said to havo picked up some of the
missing crew, passed detour today and
mndo no report of any survivors
Four of tho rescued members of tho
crow, Including Captain t l llemcn-
gcr, havo gone to tho Goodycar'a head
quarters In Cleveland and Mrs. Emma
Oassctt, the only othor sun-Ivor, is
still in Port Huron.
Tho collision occurred at 6:20 In tho
momlng, In a heavy fog. Tho Good
year was struck amidships on tho star
board side and tho bow of tho Wood
In a moment it was seen that tho
Goodyear was doomed, m she began
rapidly to fill with water. Everyone
on board was supplied with a life pre
server and every effort was made to
man and launch tho small boats. Tho
water poured into tho hold so fast that
tho heavy hatches wero forced from
their frames by the pressure from un
dcrncath and shot Into tho air in every
direction, spreading injury and death
among the terrified crew and passen
gers. With his infant child in his arms,
Steward Oassctt had almost reached
safety in one of the lifeboats when ono
of tho tumbling hatches snatched the
baby from his arms. The little one
fell into tho lako and was drowned,
despite tho frantic efforts of its father
to rescue It
Many of the Goodycar'a crew wero
killed by the falling hatches before
they had a chance to jump into tho wa
ter. When the Goodyear settled beneath
the surface of the water it was evi
dent she was practically broken in two,
the action of the water having com
pleted the destruction begun by the
blow received in the collision. The
Goodyear was a modern steel steamer
43G feet long, and carried a crew of 23
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND
PROGRESS OF OUR HOME STATE
NEED OF TRANS-STATE LINE
NEW COMET TAIL IS SEEN.
Harvard Group Sees Jet ot Light
Shooting From Necleus.
Cambridge, Muss., May 25. When
the party at tho Harvard astronomical
observatory obtained last night for the
first time an adequate view of Hal
ley's comet an interesting discovery
was made by Professor O. C. Wendell.
He saw a jet of light for two or three
minutes projecting toward tho south
west from the nucleus, that is, somd
what towards the sun, while tho tail
itself was streaming away to tho east,
or toward tho sun.
Photometric measurements of tho
nucleus in the comet wero also mado
by Professor Wendell, which indicated
that then uclcus was of 0:57 magni
tude, that it is slightly below the lim
it of visibility.
The total light of the comet was set
at two and a half magnitudes by Leon
Campbell and assistants, who mado
special measurements. The tail Is said
to be about three degrees long.
Mischief Sinks Drydock?
Manila, May 24. In connection with
tho sinking of tho drydock Dewey,
naval officers hero say it would be an
easy matter for some mtschicvious per
son to tamper with the powerful valves,
which are operated by electricity. If
one wero so Inclined,
Hill Examines Timber In Contral Ore
gon and Is Much Pleased,
Crescent Louis W. Hill, president
of tho Great Northern Rnllwny corn
pan), 8cnt ono night and n portion of
one day at Crescent, looking over tho
town and tho surrounding country, Mr.
Ilill'b Visit was unheralded and unex
pected, but tho cltlicnu gavo him a
cordial wolcomo and ho declared that
ho had enjoyed his visit Immensely.
Tho party passed through tho Klamath
Indian reservation, where engineers,
it was announced, will shortly Ihj sur
veying tho Oregon Trunk lino from
Its present terminus at tho reservation,
through to Klamnth Falls. Ho care
fully went over tho lino from this point
to tho reservation, stopping at tho
camp of Engineer Kyle, live mllei
above this point. Ho spent soma tlmo
examining the big timber tracts, and
was pleased over tho prospects of ton
nage. He alap apoko approvingly of
Crescent, which will bo a freight ami
passenger division point.
"Tho Oregon Trunk line is expected
to reach Madras by January 1," said
Mr. Hill. "Work in the canyon is
progressing satisfactorily and I anti
cipate wo will have no difficulty in
making Madras on the date set. It
will likely bo a year before tho rond
reaches Crescent, but early next sum
mer I bclievo I may safely say that
trains will be running through here. I
am not in a position to say when tho
lino will bo completed to Klamath
Mr. Hill was not prepared, he snld,
to say where tho east and west road
will Intersect tho main lino of tho Ore
gon Trunk through tho Deschutes val
ley. He said that his visit to Burns
and the eastern part of the state had
caused him to reach a determination to
have an cast and ' west line. Several
lines, ho added, will be surveyed and
tho ono best ndapted for tho needs of
the company will bo adopted.
Hill Admires Blooded Horses.
Merrill Louis W. Hill and party
paid Merrill n visit while on their tour
of Inspection of the interior sections
contiguous to tho route of tho Hill
road. The party was entertained at
luncheon in tho handsome ranch homo
of N. S. Merrill, tho pioneer farmer of
this part of tho country, whoso place is
just outside tho town limits. Tho la
dles of the town served the lunch and
all the business men and townspeople
were there to greet mo uisiingutsncu
gursts, who wero accompanied from
Klamath Falls by two dozen prominent
citizens of that place.
The party filled seven autoa.
Mr. Hill made a brief address, say.
ing he had not been entertained in any
finer ranch home in tho whole state
than that in which he met tho Merrill
people, and predicted that the lands In
this valley would be doubled In valuo
within two years.
Tho annual horso rodeo had just been
completed in this part of tho country
before Mr. Hill's arrival, and after
the luncheon was over tho party assem
bled on tho lawn, where the fine horses
and mules of tho Merrill ranch wero
passed before them for inspection.
Then the autoa were boarded and a run
of ten miles down to Tullo lako was
made, where a visit was paid to the
"Poplar Farm" owned by J. Frank
Adams, the most noted horseman of
this section, and his fine horses and
brood marcs nfTordcd a sight for the
railroad man to understand whero so
many of Oregon's extra good horses
Jeffries Wants Hood River Apples.
Hood River Tho commercial club
DAKOTANS COME TO OREGON.
Parties at Intervals Up to July 10 -Thousands
Washington Dr. II. W. Coo of
Portland, who Is liuro, has n telegram
from Fargo, from F. E. Hall, vlco
presldont of tho Columbia Land corn
"A parly of 30 loft yesterday for
Stanficld, Or. Mlnot sends t special
May 31, Grand Forka a sectal Juno 2,
Valley City n special to Hermlston
Juno 2, and Fargu a special Juno 7 ami
another July 10."
Coo says there will bo sovoral cars
Intervening. Tho special mentioned
as having loft Fargo was No. 15. Tho
landseckors will bo taken to Stanfiold
and Hermlston on a six days' tour,
stopping at North Yakima, Seattle,
Portland ami Hood Klvor to show them
what sort of country they are going
Coo says GOO petrous Imvo loft Fnrgo
alnco August and that 1,000 moro will
go before tho summer ends. Coo Is
here to offset reports Injurious to tho
Umatilla reclamation project, which
havo been carried to tho officials. Ho
has succeeded In confirming previous
claims that tho Umatilla project la ono
of tho beat tho government has inaug
urated. Woodburn-Sprlngflold Line Soon.
Albany Tho Woodburn-Springflcld
branch of tho Southern Pacific railway
will be completed and in operation by
Juno 1. About tour years ago the
Santiam river changed Its course at
Crabtreo and washed out tho railroad
bridge and put tho lino out of commis
sion. The interstate commerce com
mission ordered the company to put
tho line in almpo ami run a schedule of
trains, so a now lino was started from
Crab tree to Lebanon to supply tho mis
sing link, which will bo completed
within two weeks.
DOMAIN IS GIVEN DAOK.
Thousands of Acros Aro Mado Avail
able In Woitorn Slates,
Washington, May 23. Temporary
withdrawals from tho nubile domain
for power sites wero mado by Secre
tary llalllngor today of approximately
3,440 acres along tho John Day river,
In Oregon; 5,547 acres along tho Wind
rtvor In Wyoming: 8,020 acres along
tho Price river, lit Utah; and 000
acres along tho Illuo rlvor, In Colo
rado, Largo tracts of land In Montana
and Now Mexico wero designated fur
settlement undor tho enlarged homo
About 00,130 acres In thu former
stato wero placed within tho tonus of
that act and approximately 57,230
acres In the latter wore so designated
as not bglng susceptible of successful
Irrigation at a reasonable cost from
any known aoureo of water supply.
An aggregate of nearly 100,000
acres have been thrown out of national
forests in Oregon and added to tho un
reserved public domain by tho latest
proclamations Issued by tho president
In carrying out tho plan recently adopt
ed for rearranging Uie forest boundary
Tho folowlng shows tho total vltmln
atlons from each of four national for
es U In that state: Malheur, 4,4H5
acres; Whitman, 01,750 acres; De
schutes, 10,162 acres, and Umatilla,
Tho total elimination In tho en
tire country amount to 721,714 acres,
and tho total additions to national for
ests nggrogotu 109,003 acres. .
DUE TO SURRENDER.
High School Roady br Autumn.
Newbcrg Work on tho high school
has begun by tho contractor, E. G. An
derson. The work must be finished In
six months. Tho building will cost
$30,000. Tho building Is to be 130x
77 feet and 45 feet In height, tho roof
to be flat and constructed of tar and
gravel. Tho material la to bo of New
bcrg red face brick, trimmed with
white pressed brick. Tho basement Is
to bo fitted with a modern gymnasium
and swimming tank.
Mount Angel Tho water works of
tho city aro being reconstructed ami
improvements to tho extent of $3,500
being made In them. About 8,000
feet of four and six Inch steel pipe Is
being laid, to replace tho wooden pipe,
a number of new hydrants are being
put In and an electric motor will be in
stalled to pump tho wutcr Into tho
largo town tank.
ridge Row River.
Eugene Tho county court has made
a contract for a steel brldgo over tho
Row river esst of Cottage Grove, with
tho Pcnn Drldgo company, for 8,G00.
The company will commenro tho work
Wheat Track prices: lilueatem,
8C087c; club, 826(83c; red Russian,
SOfitSlc; valley, 85c.
Barley Feed and brewing, $21. 606$
22.50 per ton.
Corn-Whole, $33; cracked, $31 ton.
Hay Track prices: Timothy, Wil
lamette valley, $20(i21 per ton; East
ern Oregon, $22025; alfalfa, $10.6001;
17.60; grain hay, $17(i,18.
. Butter City creamery, extra. 29
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Nlcaraguan Rebels Surrounded
Illurfleld. Nicaragua. May 23
"Have enemy completely surrounded
ami cut off from ammunition and pro
visions. Expect surrender at any
This was tho message that came to
General Juan Estrada, leader of tho
Insurgent forces, from General Mena
Thu Entrada forces, under Mena, ac
cording to tho plan which had been do.
cided upun, executed their first move
yesterday afternoon at Kama.
General Almcna allowed Goncral
Chavarlas, of tho Madrls fore., to
close Uxin Rama, when ho moved a
small liody of his forces In a feint to
attack Chavarlas' forces. At tho same
tlmo General Moncado, at tho head of
an Insurgent detatchment, mado a
forced march from Mucllo do Ilueys, a
distance of 40 miles west of Kama, and
attacked Chavarlas' ammunition and
Tho entire train, with 200,000 rounds
of ammunition ami a largo amount of
provisions, was raptured, and General
Chavarlas' supplies. General Chava
rlas now holds a jxx-ltion facing Rama,
with ucncral Almcna close behind him
COOL HEADS AVERT PANIC.
KING GEORGE V
Ancient Customs of New Kulcrs
Freely Indulged In
Remission of Sentences Extends Also
to Army anil Navy Will Insist
on Action by Parliament.
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ucing the Idaho
vea by 100,000 acres.
A man convicted of sugar frauds and
pardoned has returned voluntarily to
testify against the sugar trust.
Louis W. Hill and party have com
pleted their 1, 600-mile tour through
Oregon and say that no state contains
The American Aeronautical associa
tion has been organized. It will be
entirely independent of Die Wright
Brothers' Aero Club of America,
An anarchist threw a bomb at the
monument erected to victims of the at
tempt against King Alfonso on his wed
ding day. No one waa injured but the
anarchist himself, who then committed
In order to win a $4 wager to buy
groceries, an Arkansas man leaped
from a 60-foot bridge into the creek
below and started to swim ashore, but
was drowned. Tho wager was given
to bis family.
The department of justice is hunting
lor an alleged lumber trust.
A Marshfield, Oregon, man has
raised bis own tea supply for several
years. He says the Pacific Coast can
raise tea just as good as Japan or
A severe wind storm did much dam
age in Clay county, Kansas.
Army engineers approved the plan
for free government locks at Oregon
Jewish families to the number of
980 havo been expelled from several f
large cities In Russia.
ock. The amount of tho dam
age has not yet been determined. Op
erations will begin to raise the craft.
Legislature Boards Cars.
Baton Rouge, La,, May 25. In a
special train of 14 coaches, Including
sleepers and baggage cars, both the
upper and lower houses of tho Louis
iana general assembly started today
for Washington, to present claims of
Now Orleans for the Panama exposl
tlon, to be held In 1915. The delega
tion is headed by Governor Sanders.
At New Orleans the delegation was
joined by Mayor Martin Bchman and a
large committee of citizens.
Channel Swallows 22.
Cowes, Isle of Wight, May 25.
Twenty-two persons were drowned as
the result of a collision today between
the steamer Skerryvorc and tho Ger
man bark J. C. Vlnnen, In tho English
channel. Tho Skerryvorc sank. Only
two or tho crew or the steamer wero
rescued, one of whom died a short time
later. Tho bark put in hero but later
left for Southampton. Apparently she
was not injured. As far as known, no
passengers were on either vessel.
Chinese Destroy Church.
Shanghai, May 25. Native riots oc
curred at Chuan Chla, northwest of
Changsha, last Saturday. A consider
able portion of tho city was burned.
The Lutheran church was destroyed by
fire. Thcro is general unrest and anti
foreign sentiment is spreading.
Quake Causes Near-Panic,
Keggio, Italy, Moy 25. A heavy
earth shock occurred hero this evcnlmr.
causing tho peoplo to rush Into tho
streets. No damage was done.
a box of Spitz. WhcnJio got down in
his training camp at Rowardcnnan,
Cal., ho began to long for tho flavor of
the applo he got in Hood River. Ho
told everybody around him that he
had never eaten anything that had so
pleased him and ho wanted somo more.
An admiring friend who had been to
the camp was told by Jeffries of his
wish and tho friend told him he would
bo in Hood River soon and would send
him a box. Tho friend says that next
to his wife thcro is nothing ho likes
better than a Hood River Spitz.
Farmers Fence Much Land.
Klamath Falls Within 30 days
there will not be a farm, with one ex
ception, between this city and Midland
that will be unfenccd. It Is a matter
of but a year or so when it was poasl
bio to drive from Klamath Fails to
Midland without following uny of tho
roads. Few realize the great change
that has taken placo in this part of tho
Klamnth bus In, but somo Idea may bo
gained from the Improvements that
havo been made In fences alone.
Burn Brick at Redmond.
Redmond Within four months thcro
will bo 400,000 brick burned within
thrco and one-half miles of Redmond1
nnd placed on the market here, accord
Ing to tho statement of C. J, Bean, of
tho Advanco Construction company, of
Portland. Mr. Bonn states that ma
chinery will bo shipped at once.
Berries Ripening Fast.
Hood River Tho warm weather of
the post few days has ripened the ber
ries at a very rapid rate, Pickers are
coming Into tho valley In largo num
bers, but not near enough havo ar
rived yet to caro for tho crop.
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Blaxe Devours Circus Tent, But
OOO People are Unhurt.
Schenectady, N. Y., May 23. Har
num & Ilailcy'a "big top," tho main
tent of tho clrculs, caught fire here
today from a cigar stump and burned
like an overturned hot air balloon.
Fifteen thousand eoplo, who filled
the scats to overflowing, filed out like
school chlldorn at drill.
Spectators first smelted tho smoke,
ami discovering the fire, began to beat
It with their coats. Tho blaio cacd
above their heads and tho next effort
to conquer It came from circus employ
cs, who began to tear out huge Hatches
of canvas. Their efforts met with no
better success, for the Are, eating- up-
Lomlon, May 21. A demonstration
of u monarch's greatness of heart and
his sympathy with tho multitudes of
his subjects characterised this, tho
second day of tho real reign of King
It was announced officially
king was graciously pleased
remission of sentences to prisoners In
England, Wales, Scotland ami Ireland
who tomorrow hnvu atlll inure than
month's sentence In prison to servo.
These remissions nru of from ono to
three months, according to length of
Similar orders wero Issued to tho
bourd of admiralty by tho king's direc
tion. To alt persons In tho navy who
aro under sentence of Imprisonment
for terms of not exceeding three
months for disciplinary olTonsrs, In
cluding drunkenness and desertion, will
Ik) granted remission of tho remainder
of their sfntenco.
A similar act of clemency has bcon
issued in tho case of soldiers.
Kaiser Wlllmlin will leave tomorrow
afternoon on board the yacht Holien
xollern. Ho lunched tixlny wltii tho
Duko ami Duchess of Cominught ami
later with King George Indulged In a
long automobile ride nltout tendon.
The ixilltlriil truce honed for will
probably not continue as long as was
expected. When parliament meets
this week ecchc by John Redmond
ami others of tho factions combined
with thu Liberals will Indicate an In
tention tn press tho Issue of tho lord's
veto ami Ireland's demand as soon as
It Is announced that King George In
tends to maintain royal racing stables
at Newmarket ami a breeding stud at
Samlrlnghsm and that he will patron
lie racing on the same extensive scale
as his father.
GIFT OF $10,000,000
Salem, Mass., May 21.- While the
value of Immense gifts bequeathed to
Princeton by tho will of tho late Isaac
C. Wyman Is estimated at $10,000,000,
Its exact amount Is unknown, even to
tho trustees. John M. Raymond, an
attorney of this city, who Is one of tho
trustees, does not think tho estate
would exceed $10,000,000, ami ho was
not prepared to say whether It would
"Thcro aro millions enough," ho ad
mitted, "to take caro of tiio needs of
tho proposed graduate college for
which, under the terms of tho will, tho
money Is designed."
CHERRIES SO.000 A CAR.
Afresh 'Oregon ranchKaSJPMc.
Pork-Fancy, 12f012c per pound.
Veal Fancy, lOV'Cllc per pound.
Lambs Fancy, 8010c per pound.
Poultry Hens, 18019c per pound;
broilers, 27030c; ducks, 18023c;
geese, 124c; turkeys, live, 20022c;
dressed, 25c; squabs, $3 per dozen.
Fresh Fruits Strawberries, $1,760
z.7o per-craw; apples, xi.dU03 per
box; gooseberries, Cc per pound.
Potatoes Carload buying prices:
Oregon, 40050c per hundred; now Cal
ifornia, 2H03c por pound; sweet po
tatoes, 4 c.
Vegetables Artichokes, 00076c por
dozen; 'asparagus, $1,2502 per box;
cabbage, 2J.02Hc por pound; celery,
$3.6004 por crate; head lcttuco, 60(H)
COc per dozen; hothouse lottuce, 6Oe0
$1 per box; green onions, 15c per doz
en; radishes 15020c dozen; rhubarb,
2Jf03Jc per pound; spinach, 8(?()10c
per pound; rutabagas, $1,260(1.60
sack; carrots, 86c0$l; boots, $1,60;
Onions Oregon, $2 por hundred;
Bermuda, $1.6001.76 per crate; red,
$1.75 per sack.
Hops 1009 crop, 12016c, accord
ing to quality; olds, nominal; 1010 con
Woo) Eastern Oregon, 14017c
pound; valley, 10018c; mohair, choice,
Cattle Ucof steers, hay fed, good
to choice, $5,7500; fair to medium,
$605,60; cows and heifers, good to
cholco, $505.60; fair to medium, $4.26
04.76; bulls, $3.60(3)4.25; stags, 4,60
06; calves, light, $C7; heavy, $4,60
Hogs Top, $10.25010.65; fair to
Sheep Best wethers, $404.25; fair
to good wethers $3,6004; best ewes,
$3,2503.60; Iambs cholco $007; fair
waMti tumvMrw iMMMMaj, mm$immm
of Mm nwffenfe nnd
orderly files wero soon moving steadily
from tho exit. When n woman faint
ed or a child shrieked, shouts of reas
surance rose and strong arms wero In
stantly ready for aupiwrt.
Not a soul was hurt, not an animal
Injured. Tho total damago Is esti
mated at $10,000,
dant Merger for Chicago.
Chicago, May 23. Railway Inter
ests of Chicago nru considering the ad
visability of organizing a $100,000,000
corporation for tho purimao of consoli
dating under ono ownership ami undor
ono management all of tho belt rail
roads, all of tho switching railroads,
and all of tho so-called terminal rail
roads In and about Chicago,
This glganlc financial undertaking,
which undoubtedly would effect for Chi
cago an annual economy aggregating
many millions, Is In Its first stages
that of careful study and consideration.
Now Oold Strike Is Made,
Wcavcrvlllo, Cal., May 23. Gold In
large quantities has been reported In
tho Jowol Creek 'canyon near Minors-
villo nnd all tho grouml In tho Immedi
ate vicinity of tho little stream hns
been stuked out by prospectors. Char
les Heath, who had been prospocllng
on Jewel creek for somo tlmo, struck a
pockot which yielded $0,000 In soven
days. Somo of tho pans ho washed
fuvo him as high as $100. Mnny havo
gono to Uio sceno of tho strike.
Strikers Return Monday,
Now York, May 23. All tho strlk
Ing employes of tho International Pa
per company returned to work this
morning. Terms of agcomont woro
entered Into between officers of tho
Stockton, Cal,' May 21. Cherry
growers nro making moro money this
season than at any time they havo
been In tho business.
The present crop of Black Tartar
lans is about marketed ami this week
Royal Anna will begin to arrive ami
buyers promise 7 cents for tht rnrtf?
ty, though tW way hut.kjUhVM"
renchfnglho top figure of 0 cent
If tho Royal Ann prices drop, grow
ers look for tho canneries to got info
tho market, but just now tho only buy
era nro tho shlpiwrs, who aro taking ail
tho cherries offered. At these high
prices cnerrics are worth $0,000 a c
Strongo Airship Soon,
Springfield. O.. May 24. -Hesld
of Uils city returning home tonl
woro greatly surprised to sco ftvl
overhead some groat air craft carry!
a origin rcu iigui. too craft was
far above tho earth thitt It could not
distinguished, but the whirr of tho
glno could bo distinctly heard. It v.
believed to bo ono of tho Wrltr
Ilrnmftra1 tnnrlilmB ., I mT
the East and was making towanl 11
West at n very fust riito of socd. Oi
vlllo Wright said ho know nothing (f
tho machine, however.
8now Swoops Now Moxlco.
Albuquorquo, N. M Mny 2-I,
Northwestern Now Moxlco Is In tho
grip of n honyy snow Blorm tnnlnht.
Tho storm, evidently n continuation of
tho ono which swept Southwestern Col
orado, yesterday. Is emitnnwl nt I.V1.
company und the officers of tho pulp som. It Is oxpoctod that o-mni nn of
makers' nnd paper makers' unions, I livestock will result.
Meteor Follows Comet,
fori am mi. Ark... Mnv 2fl. A Me
tallic substance, M loved by many Ho
bo n meteor, was brought hero todayl
irom uio.iarm or James J, JohiiMn,J
nonr KocK Island, Oklit., 20 mlsM'
southwest or hero. Members of JoUi-
llfiri'll fumlli. Mil,, Hi. un..!..-. ..!! C7.V
""" " 1 HIUfll!IU!l 1011 OIWI- til
day night, burying Itself 20 foot In the fl
frmn.tfl 'PIimi. II... -......( tul "S
n.uuii, .Mujr piij mu muim WHS BWI
warm whon It was found, Tho sub
stance Is nbout tho nlzo of nn anvil nml
weighs 160 bis. It la ns hard us steal.-