Weekly Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1900-1924, September 09, 1902, Page 4, Image 4

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cana caSt. Vincent
- Spectacle cfi AvrfuL Gran
deur Presented by the i
Mountain
rjr-rnTnrf- t?pat7TT of THE
I :LKCTRICA1 DISPLAY-'-A TIDAL
V.'AVE WAS FEAREDAND MA NT
or THE INHABITANTS FLED TO
THE MOUNTAINS.
KINGSTON, St. Vincent, Thursday,
: l.t. 4, 1 p. m. An official who baa
J -xt returned here says that the Cha-
t iu Bellalr- was afe. Only a small
','jantity of sand and atone fell there,
An- adjacent estate, Fitzhugh's, suffered
; fatly, all cultivation being; destroyed.
Tifere was ho loss of life.; Georgetown
i-s also safe. No one ventured within
the fire zone, Souffriere being still, lc
eruption .The destruction of the
Carlo country la presumably complete.
The eruption was longer in duration
j nd more violent than : th first out
burst of May 7th. With the baabUnf
recollection of the fate of St. Pierre,
Martinique, and the electrical disaster
h-re the people ran to and fro, seeking
the safest place from' the electric cloud
hovering over, thei hills toward the
town, while - shotfks - Of earthauake.
though not severe. Mcreased the panic.
At 2 o'clock in the rfnlng, loud re
jorts and the eruption were mingled
with a continuous roar. - The dark
ness changed into a constantly glimr
rnerlng firmament. Illuminated by fork-.
1 lightning, balls of' fire ascending
from the crater and bursting Into me-teor-llke"
showers. Such an awe-In-p
p! ring scene, the wildest flights of
fancy could riot have Imagined. This
lasted until 3 o'clock In the morning.
The rumor that a tidal wave was ex
pected t-aused increased agitation, and
hundreds of people fled to the hill.
Superheated cJouds rose to - an im
mense height, and Ihe' rain clouds be
Jow sent down showers. - At 0 a. m.
Ilver clouds were Issuing from the
crater, and throughout the day they
moved slowly northward. - The heat
was abnormal, and there were renewed
indications of a. further. outbreak of the
volcano. Last nlrnt there Wr un
mistakable signs of Mount Pelee being
in eruption, simultaneously with Souf
frlere.
i
Appalling Phenomenon.- r
Kingston, -fit Vincent-, Sept. 6. An
nppalllng phenomenon was ; witnessed
last night. It lasted from f p. m. till 5
'O'clock this mornin. A dreadful enirv.
tfan of the Rou(Trl VAlconn ,nv,ln
this whole island In an .electric, cloud
and smoke. At 11 o'clock thlc morning
me atmospnere is still, unsettled, but
the eruption Is' apparently subsiding.
The sun is obscured and oppressive
heat prevails. No sand has fallen here.
The northern centers are deserted. No
intelligence has TSet been received to
day from ChateauKeJIalr. It is be
lieved to have beenygSbcoyed. -1 ; j
Officials have been i(ent from here by
boat to visit the northern parishes and
If possible to rc'port on the destruction
of property and loss of life. . . .
The heat In Martinique" Is said to be
el most unbearable.
DALLAS WATER SYSTEM
CITY COUNCIL ACCEPTS PROPOSI
TION - OF It. V. OATES CITY
WILL VOTH ON BONDS. i -
DALLAS. Sept 5. At, an adjourned
meeting of the city council the water
works proposition, of H. V.. Gates was
nrcepted and an ordinance was read
for the first time embodying the terms
of the proposition. The main features
are to the effect that the works. shall
be a conduit gravity system. - The
water is to be brought from Canyon
Creek, a mountain stream, flv miles
weft of Dallas, to a 300.000-gatlon reser
voir on West Dallas Heights, 150 feet
above Main- street, with a system of
mains covering the entire town. 1 Mr.
dates is to -furnish "thlrtv-four hy
1 rants, or more If necessary, for fire
protection, and water for sewer flush
ing and fire company drill. Mr. Gates
must keep all' hydrants In repair and
ready for Instant service. :v i-
All work.-piping, mains, etc., must
hear a test of 125 pounds to the square
inch, and sustain four streams seventy
feet high for three hours from separate
hydrants. T$e city: Is to furnish the
contractor $12,000. in 20-year bonds. At
t he end of twenty years the city is to
have the option of buying the plant at
an appraised value.
The council' net -September 15th as the
time for the bond election. - i -
Mr. Gates utters a certified check for
f.1,0 that the work shall be commenc--1
fifteen days after the bond election,
provided the bonds are , voted, i The
Umds will be soldto the lowest bidders
,-n l may; be a popular loan. to accom
! .l ate local capitalists. ,H" , i ;l
It is expected that if Dallas gets this
; :.uit as outlined in the proposition H
wi'A be the most complete and best in
she valley outalde of Portland. , Mr
Ute declares It will be Bull Hun In
i iniature. , ' ' : .; ! . , ' ' .
SAVED A FELON'S LIFE
ON OF THE PRESIDENT OF Alt
!ENTINE FORCED HIS PATH-
ER'S.NAME. :V." :'.U;
::cV YORK, Sept. 8 Newspapers
f this city are commenting on a cur
affair which has just taken place,
i.H s the Buenos Ayres correspondent
." the Herald., A murderer named
an Ilodxlgues was ,senV?nced to
nth by the tribunal at Mendosa. The
vcrnor of the tlact would not par
i the condemned man, and the exe
u n would , ha-tf , taken place on
tsday except for a dispatch which
0 at.the last moment, apparently
1 President Roca. recommending
t a pardon be granted. When the
i Uw..,; fct t.t t j. :i a .., t", -
ttion It was iev-:ore I 1 U t -
in
sage was sent ty Dr. Ju:.- Iloca
President's son and erivate secre
tary, wfco e'.zned fcis father's name to
the message. lie said he did so In ac-
. -. . . a. 4 a rv ; t
ean Minister. Senor Concha Sober
rr. t(vi explains that It vai too late
at night to awaken the President. He
therefore sent the dispatch without his
I lamer s KnowieoKe, ukhuc " --
the President would not refuse the
Self Protection -t.
demands that' you be on the alert to
sc-e that you get Painkiller : (Perry
Davls'l when you ask -for it; some
dealers' will try and persuade you to
take something ejse, claimed to be Just
as good; insist upon getting Painkiller,
the remedy which has been the world's
family doctor for fO years; It never
fails to stop diarrhoea, griping pains
in the stomach or bowels dysentery.
etc". Lsrrge bottles 25 and 50 cents.
ACCIDENT AT
THE CARNIVAL
The Loop the Looper Has a
. Bad Fall r
THREE MEN ARE INJURED
The Contrivance Swayed and
Threw, the Heavy
Bicycle
AND ITS RIDER INTO A CROWD.
DOING SERIOUS DAMAGE A
STAMPEDE WAS NARROWLY
AVERTED LARSON WAS
INJURED.
NOT J
PORTLAND, Sept. (.John , Larsefc.
the rider, In attempting to "loop the
loop" at the Carnival grounds tonight,
fell into the crowd, seriously injuring
three men. - He came down the incline
at a terrific speed, and when the ascent
begarithe loop svrayed under the heayy
weight throwing him into the crowd.
The bicycle, which weighed 92 pounds,
struck P, B. George, Jack Belmont arid
a man named Ellsworth- cutting and
bruising them badly. , , Women fainted.
and-a stampede was narrowly averted.
Larson is not injured.
ONE LONDON PAPER
SARCASTICALLY DISCUSSES THE
PRESIDENT'S SPEECHES ON "
THE TRUST QUESTION. X
LONDON," Sept. 6. Referring to
President Roosevelt's speech, the Sat
urday Review sarcastically remarks
that the President has made his opin
ions of trusts as clear aS his Interpre
tations on the Monroe Doctrine. Theo
retically he would have the .American
business men see that he would rather
administer the trusts as promotive of
the national welfare, but he adds as
a rider, that their capacity for harm
calls for greater control
FLEETS AND FORTS
IN A TERRIFIC FIGHT IN
THE
-A'
MIMIC WAR LAST NIGHT
GRAND SCENE.
NEWPORT,. Sept. 6.. Two cruisers
and three battleships, of Hlgginson's
fleet ran the guns of i forts Adams and
Wetherlll tonight, getting' by within
range for all thelrl guns before they
were, sighted by the searchlight of the
forts. Wheru afloat I and ashore the
cannonading-was at jits'' height, the
scene was one of grandeur.
IGLESIAS IS FREE
LABOR LEADER IN PORTO RICO
NO LONGER HELD BY THE
;i AUTHORITIES.
SAN JUAN. Porto Rico. Sept 5. The
libel case against Santiago Islestas. of
the. Federation' of WprlMWS of Porto
Rico, which was the oat come of his
putting In circulation a pamphlet in
which he criticised and' attacked the
insular authorities, has . been pigeon
holed, and Igleslas has been liberated.
- FOREIGN COAL COMING. '
LONDON. Sept. 5. Twenty thousand
to thirty thousand tons of anthracite
coal are contracted for immediate ship
ment to New York, which demands 6000
tons daily. : The dealers,, however, re
gard the New York market as ephe
meral. They prefer , to serve ; their
regular customers, and cannot supply
2000 tons daily. The . prices range
from 15.50 to $7.6 per ton, free' on
board at Swansea Wales. j
THE PRESIDENT'S TRIP. ,
CUMBERLAND, Md, Sept. 6-The
President's ' train- arrived at Cumber
land at 11:25 p. m. f Notwithstanding
the lat hour- a large crowd, had gath
ered at the station, about the time, but
he had retired. The run from Washing
ton was uneventful. The train Is doe
at Wheeling tomorrow morning. i
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A Stor Robbed. ;'"-.'
Baker City, Or.. SepC-5. A telephone
meiwage from prairie - City, Grant
county, says, five masked men robbed
the store of "Mose Durkhetmer last
night. ; They held us and robbod ; the
proprietor, after whlcn they blew open
the safe and robbed it of $79 in gold
dust and. cash besides a lot of checks
and county warrants. The sheriff Is tn
pursuit of the robbers.
WHEAT KING DEAD. f . . ,
WALLA WALLA. Wash, Sept B A.
J. Puffer, one of the best known far
mers of the Northwest, known as the
"second wheat king, died this morn
ing. He was tt years old, and came
to the Northwest thirty years ago. lie
leaves property valued at $200,000, "
lean ti y - VJfl VB K3TI KT t K-J
talis
- s
i
- TPQI ITT
Believed to Have Been Fcund
t. in an Iowa Field
I T H AS BEE If INTERRED
But Will Be Exhumed for Pur
poses of Identifica-' f
E tion;' v., J v
BARTHOLIN IS ACCUSED OF MUR
DERTNG ins ' MOTHER 'AND
SWEETHEART IN CHICAGO A'
' irONTH; AGO OTHER CRIME
NOTES THE DEATH SENTENCE.
CHICAGO, Sept The body of a
man, thought to be William Bartholin,
accused of the murder of his mother
and sweetheart in ' Chicago, a month,
ago, which was found In a field near
Low t her, Iowa, was burled by the town
authorities, but it will be exhumed to
remove any doubt as to Identity
i '. Shot On An Excursion..
Salt Lake City. Sept. 6. While an
excursion train was returning from
Salt Air late tonight, N. A. Frazer, aged
20. shot and killed Axel Kelly, about the
same age. Frazer claims lie -was Bring
the revolver for amusement,
Have Surrendered. -
Sant' Jose, Costa' Rico,T Sept. . A
ship arrived hero, brings" the ' report
that the Government forces at Agua
Dulce, Colombia, recently surrendered
to General Ilerrera, the Liberal ' com-
mander.
DEMOCRATS AT SPOKANE
IN
COUNTY CONVENTION . GIVE
THEIR SUPPORT TO SENA-
; TOR TURNER. '
SPOKANE, Sept. ' 6. The , Spokane
county Democratic convention today
was a Turner ratification meeting. The
delegates to the State Convention were
Instructed to favor his nomination as
a party candidate for Senator, and the
legislative nominees were instructed, if
elected, to vote for him first, last and
all time. 1 ;The legislative ticket, fol
lows:, s - . ;
Senators Sixth disfrict WH1C; G.'
Graves; Seventh Huber Rasher.
Representatives-- Second district,
P. F. Quinn. J.. J. Fitzgerald; Third
W. W. r Hay ward, Joseph Rosslow;
Fourth-4joh ' Spott, James Hayes;
Fifth A. J. Reise, Captain John Gray;
Sixth Dana ChUds, Thomas Cole.
The -declaration in favor of the rail
road commission specifically declares
that the first commission should be ap
pointed by "Our Present Executive,'
Henry MacBride.. The platform also
declares against the pass evil Ton, the
railroads. ... .. i ..... .
?i ThV Mains Campaign. '
' Portland, Me, Sept. 6. The Repub
lican leaders assert they will re-elect
Governor John F, Hill on Monday, by
about 16,000 plurality. It is generally
conceded that all four Republican Con
gressmen will be re-elected, r '.;
Campaign Irt Ohio. ; ,
Loralne, Ohio, Sept. 6. The Demo
cratic state campaign was opened in
this city tonight Rev. Herbert Bige
low, candidate for . secretary of state,
and Mayor Johnson, of Cleveland, ad
dressed, an audience of 3500, persons.
Mayor Johnson, who made the prlncU
pat address, referred- entirely to state
issues, j---.. ' .
SETTLED AT LAST
MINISTER LEISHMAN HAS
BROUGHT THE; SULTAN'S GO V
ERNMENT TO TIME.
WASHINGTON, Sept. It is learned
at the tate Department that Irish
man, United States .Minister at Con
stantinople, finally, has returned a sat
isfactory understanding with the Porte
as to the complicated questions whiea
have, been the subject of negotiations
between the Government of the United
States and Turkey for ; several years.
He has ' concluded successfully - this
phase of the work and has been grant
ed a leave of absence.
The principal difficulty experienced
bv Mr. Lieiahman was due to the Im
possibility of finding ; any Turkish
officials with whom he might do busi
ness, properly authorized. He would
enter into an arrangement with one of
or another of them, and these arrange
ments would be - disavowed by the
Grand Vizier. ! After several exper
iences of this kind, Leishman cams into
communication with the Sultan himself
and the latter upon hearing of the
manner in which the Minister had been
obstructed in his work, issued a sum
mary order that all arangements en
tered Into by him with subordinate
officials should be carried out in good
faith. - -" .
, f COAL BURNED.
DURAND, Mich., Sept. C Fire today
destroyed the .8 00 -foot freight house of
the Grand Trunk Arbor Railroad
here, consuming thousands of dollars
worth "of merchandise, burned about 80
carsjttanding in the yards, cut off tele
graphs service and stalled all - trans.
The total loss will be about $150,000.
But one man was hurt, Brakeman
Woodhouse, whose arm was broken. It
Is alleged that the fire was caused by
a freight band who threw ' a lighted
match on the oil -soaked floor of - a
car.. . ! j.- t ... ... ... .: ... .
REFUSED TO RESIGN vv
FRENCH "AMBASSADOR IN RUSSIA
TO BE REMOVED DISAGREES
. WITH HIS GOVERNMENT.. .;. .
N$W YORK, Sept. There has been
much ,talk concerning" the - retirement
of the Marquis de Montebello from the
position of Ambassador to Russia, ca
bles the.. St. Petersburg correspondent
of the Herald. At a gala performance
1 :? tl.-.cer" r.-rrt, L-t the lUr.
liontetfh. a.-iced the Dmror in
t
use hi in.luenee to prevent tne c
The Ambassador, in explanation or his
attitude, is Quoted aa having said::
"I was asked to resign by the French
Government and I refused, stating that
the ties' fix mej ."here and the promises
I had made to remain to certain people
nrecluded my resignation. I have not
meddled at any time In my long diplo
matic "career with international poll
tics. ,It Is stated I am not in accord
with my. Government- That may be.
but I would not show It to the world
by my. resigning. .
' '..- ; BIG fire! IN OHIO.
i CINCINNATI, - Sept. Fire today
destroyed the plant of the Independent
Brewery Company, at Canal and Wal
nut streets. Xlreman Charles Jennings
and Charles Hollis were caught under
a falling wall and severely Injured,
Jennings probably fatally. The loss is
estimated at $100,000, covered by insur
ance. ' '.
PRESIDED
ROOSEVELT
'i-ii' V' ','.''-, ' .. . .-. ,,-..-' '.",.-' "'.,'. ; !,
Passes Through Ilany States
and Makes Speeches
THE ENTHUSIASM IS GREAT
People In the Southern States
Extend a Warm
Greeting . .
TO' THE NATION'S CHIEF -MAGIS
TRATE AT WHEELING. WEST
' VIRGINtA, A SET. SPEECH , ON
TRUSTS WAS DELIVERED TO A
LARGE CROWD. ; " - '
LEXINGTON, Ky., , Sept. 6. Presi
dent Roosevelt ; and party passed
through the states m of West Virginia,
Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee. The
receptions durlng the day, in. West Vir
ginia and Ohio were enthusiastic,, but
uneventful,' and. if was nightfall when
Ken tucky was reached! " t Stops were
made today at Graf ton,. Wheeling, Ben-
wood, Cambridge, Zanesvllle, Newark,
Columbus. Washington Court House.
Wilmington, Midland , dlty; Cincinnati,
Lexington, and Somerset. At Wheeling
the President made the ; only formal
speech of -the day, treating of trusts
and the general industrial conditions.
RAELkOAD WEN INDICTED
FOR CUTTING BATES " FEDERAL
GRAND JURY IS AFTER PROM
'..INENT MEN.
MINNEAPOLIS, Mlnn Sept 6-An
bifictal statement Is made that railroad
officials have been indicted by the. Fed
eral Grand. Jury, for the manipulatios
of rates by means' of rebates. The
men indicted are: W. R.' Burk, Presi
dent, and W. :H v Bennett, ' General
Freight -Agent of the Toledo, Ann "Ar-,
bor & North Michigan Railway, and
H." F. Whlteman." President and Bur
ton Johnson, General Freight Agent of
the Wisconsin Central Railway.
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. Chicago, Sept. & J. F- Marchand,
attorney for. the Interstate Commerce
Commission., stated 'tonight . that- war
rants have been issued for the arrest
of, the Indicted men.. The evidence
shows that secret rates were given to
certain big millers, and that domestic
flour was handled on , the export rate.
A QUAKER CONFERENCE ;
A PLACE WHERE ENTHUSIASM
AND APPLAUSE AJIE MARKED
BY 'A
BSO
LUTE SILENCE.
NEW YORK. Sept. ?". Fully 2,000
delegates ' are in attendance upon the
biennial .conference of the Society ''of
Friends of the United Statesin session
at Ashbury Park. N. J. Dr. O. Edward
Janney, chairman of the central com
mittee of the general conference, open
ed the first session and President Frank
T. Appleby,' of the common council,
delivered an address of welcome which
the Quakers received with enthusiasm,
which they expressed by maintaining
solemn silence. Allen Flitcraf t. a
gospel reader, admonished the dele
gates not to indulge in applause, even
though the President ; of the United
States entered in their presence.
John William Graham, principal of
Dal ton College, of Manchester. England,-
read a paper and another was
presentedlby Elizabeth Powell Bond,
Dean of Swarthmore College '
HIGHWAYMEN3: AT WORK
WEALTHY CHINESE HOP GROW
ER ROBBED OF $175 ON ROAD
- i NEAR INDEPENDENCE. '
INDEPENDENCE. Sept. . Sing
On. a wealthy Chinese hop raiser. Jiv
ing near here, came to town yesterday
and swore out a warrant for the arrest
of two men, charging them with high
way robbery. Sing On claims that as
he was going home from Independence
he had in his buggy $175 in currency,
and these two men met him and reliev
ed him of the sum. Arrests will prob
ably follow, as it is said the parties
Charged with the crime avow their in
nocence and are ready for trial.
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ROOSEVELT WILL HUNT.
' DENVER, Sept. 5. President, Roose
velt will engage In another Hon hunt in
Colorado the latter part of this month.
Rev. J. Walter Sylvester Is now In the
city and was to have been one of the
President's hunting party, but Is com
pelled to be in New :.York next week
and will not be able to participate in
the lion hunt. He said, however, that
the noted guide, Jofen Goff. who served
the President on his last hunting trip
in the rWhlte River country ' of this
state, has received word to prepare for
another visit from the President this
month.' . ' ' - "-
SlKlt.'hUK
The 0-jtIocIi fcr a Successful
Showing Was Never
' So Gcod
PRESIDENT WEHRUNG AND SEC
- RET ART WISDOM ABE ON THE
GROUND MAKING THE FINAL
ARRANGEMENTS FOR. THE BIG
' meet. : -: 1 - ; : 7
On next Monday morriaz Oregon's
big State Fair will be thrown open to
the public, and it will be found the
best .exposition ever; held on the 'Fair
Grounds since the firsrT'Oregon ; State
Beard of Agriculture was organized
Applications for space for exhibits are
coming in so thick and fast that it is
now . evident that the r grounds and
buildings will be crowded and visitors
will be kept bus to see all that will
be offered in the way of exhibits. ,,
President W. H. . Wehrung and Sec
retary 31. D. Wisdom, .of . the Stato
Board of Agriculture are now in Salem
to look after tne nnal arrangements
for the Fair, and they will remain here
until the close of the 1.902 meet. They
are delighted with ' the outlook, aj
though confronted with so much, work
that they will scarce be able to dispose
of all in time. - They say that on, lion
day ' morning next, when the Fair
Grounds gates are thrown, open to
vieitors, the show presented will excel
anything ever seen on the grounds be
fore. ' - .. , '.;- :: -- -
The live stock snow especially prom
ises to be exceptionally good, as breeds
will be on exhibition that were never
before seen here, while the exhibits in
the pavilion will be far better than
ever in the past. Especial attention will
be -called to the county exhibits, eight
in number, and representing every pro
tlon of the state., . .The. horse races this
year, with the big purses, and the at
tendance of the fastest horses in the
West, will prove adrawlng card never
before had at a fair in Oregon, and will
aid .In bringing thousands to the State
Fair that .otherwise, would star away.
The Portland Telegram or last ssaiur-
day. In speaking of the State Fair, has
the following interesting article:
"Portland Day. at the' State Fair,
opening a week from Monday v promises
to be one of the banner days or tne
Fair from point of : attendance. Not
only has the Southern Pacific announ-
ced the extremely low rate of $1.50. for
the round trip, which includes admis
sion to the Fair Grounds, but the sec
retaries of the Chamber of Commerce,"
Manufacturers Association and Board
f Trade will take the matter up with
their respective organizations with . a
view to getting representative business
men to attend in a body.
"Portland Day is Thursday, Septem
ber 18th, The special train will- leave
this city at S o'clock in the morning
and have the right of way, making the
run in about an hour. Visitors will be
given all day at the Fair, and their
tickets will be good for admission to
any part of the grounds; Special at
tractions,, in addition to the grand pa
rade of fancy live stock and faces have
been-arranged. It is the lowest rate
yet pained to the Capital City, and 09
doubt will Induce a large number of
people to go outside of those from, the
commercial bodies. General Agent
Coman promises that there will be
enough cars to accommodate the crowd
If one train is not enough he will fur
nish another. '"
'Portland business men should at
tend for more reasons than one said
Secretary Wisdom. In a; sense.' the
Fair Is an exhibit of country produce.
The country people trade with Portland
and the knowledge that Portkind bus
iness men take enough interest In their
efforts' to personally inspect the re
sults of their enterprise will result In
more friendly trade relations. It shows
they take a sride in the, industrial de
velopment of Interior Oregon, and this
fact incites renewed energy all along
the line, - It causes the countrv . visitor
to feel a personal pride in being a
factor in the upbuilding of a great
commercial - city like Portland. It
shows the city merchant, furthermore,
the. great trade opportunities that lis
dormant in the Interior of the state.
He gleans many practical Ideas by
which he can Increase his own business
profitably. The Fair is an Industrial
educator along home missionary lines,
and while we expect good to come of
showing' outside visitors our resources,
we expeet greater good by showing our
home people the full possibilities of ex
panding the trade of the interior. Many
of us scarcely realize what we produce.
within the borders of our own state.' , '
'Mr. Wisdom personally- visited each
secretary of the commercial bodies
yesterday, and was promised that the
matter of attending in a bodv would
be brought to the attention of the mem
bers at the earliest opportunity. . At
the Fair this year, are represented
counties from Southern x Oregon. Cen
tral Oregon and the Coast, which do
considerable of tbelr trading -with San
Francisco,' and a visit from representa
tive business men will' be the means
of diverting more of it in this direc
tion" -
' Itching Piles. )
Any one who suffers from that-ter
rible plague, Itchfng Piles, br from Ec
xema, will appreciate the ; Immediate
relief and permanent cure that comes
through the use of Doan's Ointment. It
never falls. Free Samples' at Stone's
Drug Store. J97 Commercial street, Sat
urday. September, ljth.
Jefferson Review: Joe Fontaine
went to Jefferson Monday on business.
Salem' Statesman.' Well, we should
remark I And we "never seen anyone
stick closer to basines' than Joe-
He likes it. Ifsy good boslness-first-class
goods and 1e has knocked
out all competition, The only trouble
is, Joe wants to take the '"business
east of he mountains withblm. but he
can't do it yet. ' - - ,
FARMERS INSURE YOUR GRAIN
The cost is mere nothing. Tnthe.
the granary on the farm about one-half
cent a bushel for one year. In ware
houses, less than ne. cent" for six
menths. Six old reliable comnanie.
SI M. KIRICResIdent Agent,
250 Commercial street, Salem. . Over
telephone ofSce. . ,
U l j J
4, " ' W - SiSV 4m fc- l fci ? ..
preserve. Purify and Beautify
. the Skin, Scalp. Hair,
and Hands with.
-' Mnxioys or Wonxir use Ccncm
Boat, assisted by Ccticja OrsmES-r,
for beautifying the skin, for cleansing tho
' scalp, and the stopping of falling bair, fur
softening, whitening, and soothing red,
rough, and sore hands, for baby rashes,
i tellings, sod irritations, and for all the
purposes of the toilet, bath, and nnrsery.
Millions of women tms CirncuaA Soar m
baths for annoying irritations, inflamma
tions, and excoriations, or top free or offen
sirs prespiration, in washes for ulceratiTS
weaknesses, and for many sanatiTS, anti
eepticV purposes, which readily sugipwt
1 therosefre to women, especially motbers. -
: Complete Trwtment for nanronrs,$l.
Contu-asgof CuTiccaAboAr(5o.),toc.leiwe
tbe skin of erasU sna x-ales, ana soften Uim
thk-keDti ouUcle, CUTIOTRA OISTMENT(5tx),
to InotsnUv allay ItchlDfr. lnOammatioa, awl
' IrriuWJon, nd soothe ni beal. nd t irncua.
Kasoi.VE.MT FILLS (SdcXtoeoui u'i deaune
the blood. ,. .
CtiTICDSA ESSOLVSSV. PlLtS CboooUU
Costed ) sra s new, tsatekns, odorle.ecooonici
substitute for tss orlwbrmld liquid Cuticcba -Hssoltbst,
ss wll a for all fctber blood ptoU
bars mod humour cursa. 00 doses,
ftsid tbmfttkMt Om vM. BrltWh k Drfo
Ckuwkow kq Loadoa. .loTTU iSM Casa.
Cos--. sVnifc. tmum, U. B. A. .
. Ifl A HE UKLnAKJLo
THE FRUIT CROP IS FAIR GROW-
: -, - PRUNES. " . ; '
; ' - bbbb a-.
The fruit situation remains practi
cally the same as it has been for the
past two weeks, and there is no activ
ity In the market at present.; The
prune harvest is approaching and th
growers 'have begun to make active
preparations for the same. In this
fruit ' as usual, there will be 4 large
crop of the Petltes, or French variety,
and It is thoucht the harvest will beeln
In about ten days jto two weeks. Ital
ians 'are later and a much' more valu
able product, but, while in some-localities
the yield will be a fair and even
an .average one; In many" sections It.
will fait tier "below .'OnefOiiTth of a
crop. ''' . ; v; L' ;:-,'' -'
There" proved to be- a much better
crop of Bartlett pears than was ariV
ticlpated earlier in the season, still not
enough to warrant the running of the
canning factory here, and this fruit
grown near Salem has been purchased
and shipped to the Portland cannery,
at the rate of $20 jer ton. The penr
harvest . Is how Jufst about completed,
as a number of the growers brought In
their last loads yesterday. ;
The peach -has been aprollflc bearer
this season, and. although there is not
much acreage of this fruit In the vl-,
clnlty of! Salem,, the growers are ex
periencing some little difficulty in dis
posing or tneir proauet at a remunera
tlve"figu,re. The quality of he peache
Is exceptionally fine this year and i
Dracticallv Without -blemish. AhuIm'
are In splendid condition, and promise
a bountiful crop. .
The managers of the Salem Canning-
"uompany, ana tneir representatives are
actively at work In the field ! making
preparations for be next season's op
erations ami have made a number of
contracts for early small fruits. An
effort is also being made to. Introduce
a new canning variety of blackberry-
into this district, for which, a good pl
will be paid at the cannery, which will
serve o afford material for operating
the factory during the Interval between
cherries and pears and enable the plant
to make a continuous and profitable
run throughout the season,", .
TAX MONEY PAID OVER
SHERIFF COLBATII TRANSFERS
THE AMOUNT COLLECTED TO
. THE COUNTY TREASURER,
Sheriff B. B.; Col bath yesterday:
made a turn-over !of tax money, col
lected last week, to County Treasurer
W. T. Richardson, ' aggregating $1,
323.83, Of this sum the state, county
and state school tax .fund received $1.--32.02;
the city of Salem $86.18. and
the Salem school district,-$78.89. The
several ,f unls receive amounts as fol
lows: ,: . j'. :.
State, county and state school
tax.,?.. .. .. .. ..11032 02
Poll tax..
1C 80
S 16
CO SO
sr.
63
4 9
4 25
02
1 1
76 t$
4 94
5 88
S 19
1 9S
JS0.
"3 $7
1 23
Cky of Balem and city road tax
Road tax.. .. .. , ,.
City of Jefferson., s. .. .. ..
City of Stayton.. .. .. ..
School district No. 5.. . .-
School district No. $. .... .v
School district No. 14.. ....
School .district No, 22.. .. .
School 'district No; 24..,.. ..
School .district No. 29. j !..
School district No. 48. . -v.
School distriet No. 7$.. ....
School district No. 7..
School district No. 97.. ..- ....
School district No. 103.. .. ..
School district No. 11$.. .. ..
-Total. .
..$1323 S3
. VIRCHOW'S FUNERAL.
BERLIN, Sept. The magistrates
decided today to accord the remains of
Professor Virchow, the famous scient
ist, who died yesterday a public funeral.
The professor was an honorary citizen
of Berlin. - The funeral procession will,
start from the town hall at 11 a. iru,
September '9th. The expenses of the
funeral will be borne by the municl-
pality.