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:-ly. oai;ao:f axATrsuAJT. Friday. NOVcMiiiiit .r. 1: 2.
With nun ieu it Ua J-ftMr t us- Ihf.m; with Uhei.s. a tuhk. Our
two Fountain ivn Un.kK flu . I.rutfliliu ami I hi Parker-Lucky Cnrvo are
decidedly hi'tJre rrm r vlu-. Tuey are flue working, easy running pen- that
lie ver balk or prow weary. IV purchase either one is f o be sure or atifaetloo.
lA,me la ail Uik over your j-n troubles with 11 Mini lt ua explain tp you the
!iiat9 of the two "eaj'y vrrUrA." - t'- .
" -' - - I ' " u- .''.':.'.... - : ' . y
Bafr's Jewelry Store
Cimer Slate nni Liberty StsJSem Leaders la Low Prices,
Chh kens8 cnts -t Jb.
Ega 20 lentil cafh.
Ducks 8 to 10 cent a. '
Turkeys 10 cent.
t - 1
PORTLAND, Nov. 6. Whil, Walla
C9f; Bluestem. 73c. V- ! .
i Tacoma, Nov. 6. Wheat, Bluestem
74-: Club, 63d. M
Hart Francisco, .Nov. f..-Wheat. $1.33
Liverpool. , Nov. C,r-Wheat, Dec?m-
br, f. !. - 1
Chicago, Nov. 6. Wheat. December,
opinfil, Tl!nVAc: cloned, 71c.
Iiarley. 4.54&e. ,- 't !
Flax, 11.16; Northwestern $1.18.
.. , .
, THE MARKETS.
The local market quotations yeater-
day were a follows; I
Oats 20c per bu ;
Hay Cheat, $7.50; clover, $7.C0; llm
Flour' S to Of per sack. : I
Mil! FeedBran.j $19; short, $20.
. Butler Country, 22$27c; creamery,
$0c. ,: :" ' .! . ;.'.
Eggs 20 rents rash. ' .;
ChU-kena 7fS centa per lb
Ducks 8 cents. -' '
, Turkeya -10c; -. ; - 4 ' '
f Pork Gross .ST to &c; dress-d, 6!4e;
! Beef Steers 23c- cows, 3c; good
fcHfora 34 cent. ' . f - ', ;':. i' 'i
j Mutton-rKhwp. 2Vic'on foot--
i Vnl tft'tiic. drenned. 1 I - ; ; ' ?
Hops SCholcv 20c ; onl upward;
greenish, prj rnfl, 23c and wpward.
'J'otato;9 2j,tci 30 centa per buahel.
, , Applea 40?i60 c nts per bushel.
f- Dnlona C0c per bushel. j . ; ;
t I'runea ZV&V&c; i
mm, GUTHRIE 6 CO.
Iluyera- and Fhlppera of
Hop GfGwefS; Supplies
- FAItM I)ANS 1
Warelj'niea at ,
'TUHNBR. - MACt.KAT.
jpjiatum. . ititooica.1 18
BITAW. BAI.MM. !
IFGU3. OF:"ItOTAL" FX.OUIt.
j. G. GRAHAM,
t07 Commercial St., Salem.
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BIG LIVESTOCK COMPANY
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INCORPORATED AT EUGENE
"-'WITH -A CAPITAL OF. ONE
"MILLION i ;
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The Oregon Land & Livestock Com -
"pany yeslrdMy filed nrticles of Incor
IMiratlon. w Ith the Secret'afy of State;
Capital Mock of the company is $l,0t0,
A00 and he prlncli! place of business
is Eugene.- Th incoriora tors, are II.
JA. Booth, John F. Kelly and George
H. Kelly. The objects of the Incor
poratlon. cover nearly everything In
the livestock business. This company
. has been formed by members ' of the
Booth-Kelly Lumber Company, and is
for the' purpose of 'developing a portion
of the property .of that company re
cently acqulrel K: from the Military
Wagon Road Company, and the new
company will take all that portion of
the land grant east of the Cascade
Mountains which has been found to
be more valuable for stock; raising,
than ftr Umber.-. An extensive Indus
try Is thus to befdeveloped .
Three other cotopanies fiHl articles,
ai follows:,', .-if; , . ii j J;: ':'
Tlw' Acme Livestock Company will
deal In dorses and cattle of all kinds,
sheep, hogs and poultry. The head
quarters will " be located In Portland
The capital stock is fixed at i $30,000.
E. F. imlth Wm. Q. Smlthjand G
Smith are" the incorporators. I f
The Oakland Drug Company will'dd
a geheral drus business at Oakland,
.wltli a capital of f-4.000. , Z. L. Dim
; mlck. C.IUss King and Phll;Beckley
are th Incorporators.1 !
.The Commercial Clearance Company
win engage in buying and selling on
("commission, merchandise of all kinds,
"work, With headquarters in Portlands
.The capital is $2,000. A. 3I. Ballard
and W, ,11. Jlogu.are the incorpora
tors. 1 .-.. - v .
Arbitration Commission End
ed Tour of Coal Fields
TAKING OF THE TESTIMONY
Of Miners -. Will Be Begun on
Friday, November Four-
teenth . 1
MADE TOUR OF LARGE REGION
AND INSPECTED TWO UIQ COL
LIERIES. THEN WENT HOME TO
REST IIEARSTv BRINGS: SUIT
MAHAMOY CITY. Pa., Nov. 5. The
Anthracite Strike f Commission ended
it tour of the coal fields in the Pan
ther Creek valley today, and the mem
bers of the party will return to their
Homes . tomorrow, - and will meet affaln
at S ran ton, V November 14th, to take
testimony of the mlnera. The biggest
day's work, Xtt the entire trio was ac
complished today, when the commis
sioners made a complete Inspection of
the two large collieries and a tour of
the region lying between Mount Car-
mil and this city.; Six working daya
have been consumed in traveling from
place to piare in the anthracite coal re
gion, and the arbitrators .feel that they
are now qualified to sit in judgment
on the controversy between the mine
owners and their employes. '
Washington .:. Nov. 54-The complaint
of Wm. II. Hearst, of New : York,
against the anthracite coal carrying
rjllrunda, charging , that the latter's
rate for transportation, of . coal from
the anthracite fields -to New' England,
New York, Maryland and the District"
TColumbia. are unreasonable and un-
ijust. was filed with the Interstate
Commerce Commission today., It la
alleged that the Lehigh and; Central,
of New Jersey, thrs Delaware Lacka
wanna & Western, and the Erie, of
New York; the Susquehanna & West
ern, and the Philadelphia & Reading
! Roads have entered into - a - pooling
! agreement. , ;. i . ; ;
DEPARTED FOR HOME .
MESSRS: MART1NEAU UnD CHE
OARAY. OF FRANCE, EXPRESS
THEIR PLEASURE." "
(From, . Wedneslay's Daily.)
Messrs, I. L. Martlneau and IxuLs
Chegaray, of Le Havre and Bordeaux,
France. reflectively, who have been
in this city for several days "past and
bark and forth between here and Cal
ifornia for several weeks, to purchase
.French prune to supply the deficiency
and the Jnclemenclea of the weather,
Parted SoT jxn Francisco, on thr
joverland Alonday night, where they
jexpe t-to embark for their native
Jclime in a few days. Before leaving,
(however, they expressed great delight
in the country and' climate and were
well ilt4isel w;lth the treatment re-
cclved ' at the hands of the Americana
and made a? brief statement; when In
terviewed by a Stateaman reporter at
the last moment.
"A fine blooming ' season In " thf
most productive regions of - France
promised a full crop, but he frosts and
rains and also a species of caterpillar
did so much damage to the growing
cropa'that the French packers found
themselves compelled to turn to Cali
fornia and Oregon to obtain the neces
sary supply to fill their orders, and, on
account of the variety oT prunes raised,
the firm were compelled to. send ; out
men well acquainted with the prune
industry to make their selections from
the best producing districts.' y ? ,
Messrs. Chegaray, of Havre. v and
Martlneau. of Bordeaux, with that ob-"
Jct In view, came first to California,
to supply irelr September order and
afterwards to Oregon to supply their
October orders. ''"
"We bought the most of our supply
from the Willamette Va!1ey Prune
Association, or about 20 to 2S tar loads
and if the season Aid not been so late,
so we could have started earlier U buy
we -would have bought twice as many,
as we are well pleased wfth the quality
of the Oregon French prune. "
': "We regret that it is impossible for
us to ship In November; as Intakes 40
days for a shipment to" make the trip,
and the . prunes would arrive toA late
They expressed their thanks to all
those with whom they came in contact
and particularly to Mr. H. S. GHe,
manager of the Willamette Valley
Prune Association. "
CdocJ For Cuslnassm :
" When yott ! made a night of It on any whisky, bat
: GVliUG CJODLE AKDCiTE
' this Is the way yon feel la the moraine. Xoar drinking .
fc interfered with your buxineu. It ya want to aee
how yon feel after a nipht of it oa the YJoblb brands,
e our next adwrtiMetnent. Our whUkiea are the best
for convivial mad medicinal uea. Call foe thetn.
' : : At mil CLVSS, BARS mod CEAUOIS. '
W. JL VA,t KSITTU k CO. tac. ttatr&atars, KSTLAXa. CZS
? i ADVANCING
Second Sale Made Yesterday
i At the Highest Mar
; r ket Prices
M. H; BURST. O HOP-POOL FAME.
;is in tiif: field and bought
OVER 400 BALES FOR LONDON
I There? fa a considerable amount of
activity' displayed In the hop market of
lite, and hops are moving oft 'at a live
ijr rete with the prices assuming an
upward . tendency. . Numerous sales
have been made during the past week
9nj in 1,1111,, h rhnimi inf
are pretty well cleaned up. This Is es
pecially, true in the Independence, Dal
las and Ililisboro, neighborhoods, but.
In the vicinity of Salem very few of the
choice lots have been jold.1 Faber Sc.
Neis bought two more lots at Indepen
dence yesterday, for, which 25 cents
was paid, and Krebs Bros, bought two
In Ililisboro and Oaston, the Har-
ils and Bagley lota,' of 150 and 100 bales.
respectively, theconsideratlon . being
:M. .llm Durst, a prominent hop grow
er of Wheatland, CaJ is looking over
the hop" growing, districts of Oregon,
and spent yesterday in looking after
tne hop business in Marlon county. Mr.
Durst was In this city last night and
talked reely concerning the -present
and future outlook for hoys.
lie has bought hops tn this part of
the country before and Bad a few
choice lota In view when he came up
here yesterday, the Cllbert and Pat
terson lot being one of -them. - This
lot, however, had : been sold to E. C,
Kirkpatrick, on I Wednesday, at , 254
xwr. uurst at once canea upon r.
Gilbert trponltis arrival in the city, to
make arrangements for the purchase
of the lot, and was Informed that it
had been sold the day beor. He re
marked that he, would have taken the
hops at 25 cents, and Mr. Kirkpatrick,
upon hearing of the offer, thought It
was-a bluff, and told Mr. Durst so. To
show - that, he meant business, , Mr.
Durst said the offer Was still open and
that he would take the lot off his
(Kirkpatrick's) hands at the same fig
ure. A bargain was at once struck, the
tot being "transferred to Mr. Durst for
33 cents. There were 268 bales.
Mr. Durst was seen by a Statesman
reporter last night, and In speaking of
the outlook for higher prices for hops.
f "It is rather difficult to forecast con
ditions or prices of hops in the future
but I am of the opinion that before the
first of next May, the price will reach
ZQ cents, though' I don't think thl3
price will be paid before the first of the
fear, although some people dof
f I am an Independent buyer, and
have 3,100 bales In California of my own
Snowing, I am not up here to excite
the market, neither am I here in the
interest of any firm; I am looking ovet
this country for hops .because l.want
hops, and I'm going to have them.'
Asked concerning the demand, he
replied: " ; ;I -
"The demand is strong. I am buying
hops for export, and ship direct to
London, H will say further that-the
English market has not yet really
ipened, and when it does open up, there
vlH be something. doing.'
lie predicts a great deal of activity j
In the market during the' next month,
but from the first of December to the
first of March he thinks It will be. more
Mr, Durst Is a quiet,' " unassuming
nan, ready at all tlmea to give informa
tion pertaining to hops. Speaking In
cidentally, he said he had' offered as
high aa 26V cents for choice hops, and
the offer hnt heen refused. Thn condl.
tlon of the Eastern market, he thought,
warranted buyers' In paying higher
prices than are being offered at pres
ent. : ,) , -
Mr. Durst also bought the McNary &
Hodson lot, of Eola, consisting of 210
bales, last night, for which he paid 21
;ents. m : -.i. -x.-
, According to the weekly market re
port of Valentine Loewi's Sons Com-
fiany's Producers' Price Current, of
New Yorlcof SaturdayNovember 1st,
issue.fhe market Is (advancing In New
York,ut not as rapidly as on the Pa
ciflc Coast. The report Is given here
with: I"! -": ' , ' '...;
Receipts for week . . . . . . . . 8.878 bales
Recelpts-frem 8ept. 1 .... .15.393 bales
Export! to Europe for week 769 bales
Exports from Sept. 1 . . . . . 1.633 bales
Imports foi- week ........ t. 410 bales
Imports from Sept. 1 ..... 1.840 bales
.The boomlsh tendencies of the mar
ket continue In evidence and prices
jhow a' further material gain during,
the week In both ! State and Pacific
growths, though the advance is most
pronounced in State hops. One prom
inent buyer for the London market has
fshown disposition to operate heavily
ind promptly offering 35c in the inter
ior, and while he has secured some hops
he is now finding difficulty in obtaining
suitable grades at his figure, as hold
ers of the best hops In the country are
generally standing out for more money,
On the : Pacific Coast strictly choice
shipping hops have risen to 25c, while
for Choice' brewing grades 2Sc has been
promptly paid, and that Is about as low
as anything can now be obtained. The
German market has advanced and quo
tations from there now read 133 marks.
equal to 43c, -duty paid. In New York
xrauing nere witn - orewers is not as
brisk as it was at lower figures: such
buyers operating captiously and only in ular meeting last evening:. John Stout,
small lots, but 'constant selling Is go- president; Dr. A. E. Tamiesie, vlce
Inr on in a small way.' We advance president; Miss Merle Savey. secretary:
nuotatlons of this vcar' crrowth to ron.lUcrman W. Tt;i t-r tr.i.iin.- ttir.
r , f
form with business doing. Yearlings I
ana ojaer growtns meeting scarcely any 1
State. 1962. choice, per lb.......35?37
State, 1902. fair to prime, lb ......31433
State,! 190L fair to prime, per nj.2GJ 27
State, 1901, com. to prime, lb ...23P23
Pac. Cat, 1902. choice, per lb.. .30031
Pac. Cst. 1903. fair to p'me. ib,..2629
Pac. Crt. 1901, choice, per lb....23Sf28
Pac. Cst; 1901. com., to prime. ..23Ji24
State and Pac. Cst, old growths. . 70 12
t EMPEROR WILLIAM SAILS.
KIEL, Nov. 6. Emperor William left
tonight on the Imrerlal Yacht Hohenr
zollern for England, w here " he will
visit King Edward. " .
NEW YORK Nov. 6. Conditions In
the Russian iron trade are as critical
aa ever, says a St. Petersburg: dispatch
to the Times by. way of London. -
A conference of leading representa
tives of the trade, presided over by
the Assistant Minister of Finance, has
been, considering what can be done.
The Government thinks the only cure
la the development of the home mar
led. The slattern declares what la
wanted la a ayndlcalte regulating pro
duction and controlling prices.
ASLEEP AMID FLAMES. '
Breaking Into a blaring home, some
firemen lately dragged the sleeping In
mates from death. Fancied security,
and death near, -. It thai wav when
you neglect coughs and colds. Don't
ao It. Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption gives perfect protection
against all. Throat, V Chest t and Lung
Troubles. Keep it near, and ovoid
suffering, death and doctor's , buls. A
j teaspbonf ul stops a late cough, persis
I tent use the most stubborn. Harmless
and nice tasting. It's guaranteed 4o
satisfy by Dr. Stone's .Drug Stores.
Price, 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free.
A NEW TRIAL
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Trotter.Would Not Accept$150
and Court Set Aside
J. N. BURROUGHS., FOR LARCENY,
OF TEAM AND BUGGY.; SEN
TENCED TO ONE YEAR'S PENAL
SERVITUDE A ' DIVIDEND DE
CLARED. : ' ",
In the first department' of - Hie Cir
cuit Court yesterday ., Judge Burnett
sustained the motion of the defendant
in the case of G D." Trotten plaintiff.
Vs. Town of Stayton. defendant; to
aet aside the verdict of the - Jury, ren
dered on October : 21,", 1902, granting
the plaintiff Samages In the sum of
$500, on the ground of excessive dam
ages, and a new trial was granted!
i nia. action . was oegun several
months ago and originated through
the-defendant in this suit ., bringing
suit against tha plaintiff to enjoin and
restrain him from constructing.
building,! then In contemplation, upon
what was alleged to be- the city prop -
erty, the defendant contending that.
according to the city's survey, the
plaintiff was encroaching upon the
public street to the extent of twelve
inches on one side of the plaintiff's,
Trotter, property, consisting of two
lots In block 5 of said town "and six
inches on the other. ' . V v
The case came to trial and resulted
in the court finding that: the town
survey was erroneous, and that Trot
ter, the defendant. Was entitled to a
The. defendant, , Trotter, then, r.a
plaintiff brought the present, action
to recover damages from the town of
Btayton in the sum of $2,C00 which he
alleged he had sustained by reason of
the defendant's,, Stayton, Interference
with the construction of the, new
building In contemplation, and, there
fore' his business. The trial of the
suit, before a jury, resulted' In a ver
dict for the- plaintiff - Trotter,; for the
sum of $500.
The defendant filed a motion to set
aside the verdict on account of the
excessive damages anoweu, and ior a
new trial, whereupon the court gave
the plaintiff the alternative of accept
ing $150 damages, and atlowed him
until today to decide. The plaintiff,
after due consideration of the matter,
refused to accept the : alternative, ana
the court oraered a new trial.
J. N. Burroughs, alias Wilson, alias
Deverney alias : Mansfield, etc.,. etc.,
having pleaded guilty to the larceny of
a team and buggy from tne livery
barn of W. It. Goulet. of Woodburn,
and captured In Portland, was brought
up before Judge Geo., H. Burnett yes
terday morning ; and received a sen
tence of one year In the Penitentiary.
Burroughs seemed ; satisfied .with his
scntenoe, and ' was in a very cheerful
mood when he accompanied Sheriff
Colbath to the prison yesterday after
noon, evidently of the opinion that he
will "thus escape the United States
Military authorities, T who 'want him
for desertion and as an escaped mili
Judge K. P. Boise, of the second
department of the Circuit Court yes
terday declared a dividend of 10 per
cent in the Gilbert case, upon motion
of the receiver, Claud Oatch. and the
representation that there waa suffi
cient funds on hand to pay such divi
dend. ' " : --. - . . :' '" . ' . i "
The claims amount in the. aggregate
to about $104,000. and' the: dividend
will amount to between $10,000 and
$11,000. This is the first dividend that
has been declared. f ;
In this department , yesterday two
divorces were also granted, one being
to James H. .Foster from Alice J.
Foster, on ' the ? ground of! desertion.
and the other to . Ardnlla I. Barnes
from Joseph F. Barnes, also on the
ground of desertion.
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BY ST. JOSEPH'S LIBRARY ASSO
CIATION FOR THE ENSUING
St- Joseph's . Library Association
elected the following officers at Its reg-
W 2. . I
WTedmer. librarian; Rev. W. A. Darby, f
a. iiucKestein and Mrs. E. Eckerlin,
board of trustee. ,, The next retrulae
mWting will be on Thursday, November
ota. when a pleasant social session is
I : -v -;.--:
The fact that a, great many bales of
hops being bought here are going to
r.ngiana is a. strong point In the mar
ket situation. They cannot be spared
from this country. The America con
sumers will have to scramble to get
iumugii i.r inemseives 11 tney jet many
... . - L. A At . ' m At . m
'more bales. go to England;
C ARRIE HOIS AN ,
Popular and Respected Mem
ber of Brooks Family
TO BRAIN FEVER. AFTER AN ILL
NESS f)F SEVERAL WEEKS.
BROUGHT ON BY HARD STUDY
ANT) CIISE APPLICATION 1U
Mrs. -Canie " Molsan-Roach, daugh
ftp nr ,M. nn.f Mrs. F. X. Molsanli f
Brooks, died yesterday morning at the
home of her . parents, where she has
lain sick of brain fever during the past
three weeks. She has lived in Port
land for "'nearly four years, having ta
ken a. bree-year course at St. Vin
cent's Hospital, from-which. Institution
she was graduated as a professional
nurse last May. and since that time she
has been Constantly employed In her
profession. " In June, last. She married
Mr. John Roach, or Portland, who, sur
vives her. arid who Is prostrated with
grief at the ttrrible bereavement
- The long period of close application
to work and study previous to her
graduation and her close attention to
the wearying duties tot a nurse -since,
told severely upon her system, and
about a month ago she came home to
her parents for a rest and a visit, and
in a few. days she yr&n taken sick so
very seriously that there was ' great
anxiety from the first. She was sur
rounded, however, by the best of care
and every moment loving hands were
there to minister to her wants. )
- Iter young husband, wno is also a
professional nurse, came up from Port
land, and has been anxiously watching
day and night by her bedside. Her
brother, Lewis A. Molsan, an attendant
at the Asylum, went home to assist In
her care, and another professional
nurse from Portland also came to renr-
der.such help as was necessary, but
all was of no avail. During the past
three days, it was thought she was re
covering, hut on Tuesday night the ail
ment took a typhoid form, and yester
day morning bh bad a sinking spell
from which she did not recover, but
passed away at 10:30 o'clock Into
Uirie Molsan was a young lady of
sweet disposition $nd character, and
was about 27 years of age.1 She was
pne of . the' oldest of a large family-of
.girls and boys who are in the deepest
possible grief over her departure, white
the father and mother are heartbroken.
They have the earnest sympathy of the
community; In which they have lived
all their. lives and have enjoyed pleas
ant relations with all. The funeral will
be held on Saturday morning, Novem
ber 8th, fronv the Catholic church, at
Brooks, where services will be held at
11 o'clock. -
COUNTY COURT WORK
SPENT THE DAY IN AUDITINQ
RILLS TV MORE DAYS '
. , SESSION. : .
The county court resumed its session
yesterday, all the members being pres
ent. Not much was done In the way
of business excepting the auditing of
accounts, which consumed the greater
portion of the day. Following la a list
of bills passed upon yesterday by the
W. II. Burkhard Co. .....$ 8 .80
B. B. Colbath .......... 5.00
E. M. Cooper
q. r. Irvine
j John Maurer .
IC. B. Irvine 1.
1 naSift Moorea ..
1 p; t Moores
Qn Teacherg. Monthly. .
Pat ton Bros.
Pac. Sts. Tel. A Tel. Co...
Geo. F. Rodgers & Co. .,
J. W. Roland ...........
W. Y. Richardson ......
J. C Seigmund ........
J. II. sScott ............
Wm. Brown & G)..V... 10.00
Buren & Hamilton ..... 3.42
Capital City Ice Works.. i. 2. SO
W. 1L Cross ..jj. ....... 8.00
Knox &. Mufphy-........ 3.83
Ossonet Co. i. ... 2.&-
L. Raveaux"tt... 1.0
Salem Water C.o. ... . . . . 1 2 . fif.
John Sykes ............. 80.00
R. M. Wade & Co. .... 3.00
R. M. Wade & Co. ..... . 7.21
Salem L. P A T. Co. .... 43,0
Poor Account ,
M. M..High ......
N. J. Judah .. ..
A. H. La, Croix .
A. H. La Croix .
R. R.' Ryan
Salem Hospital ..........
J. H. Scott ...
A. E. Tamiesie
Emma L. Murphy .....
O. A. Lee
Mrs. R. Loe
Sam Simmons .'.
R. E. Dunlap ..
Isabel Ewlng ...
Frank Lamb ....'
E. D. Bogan
Ieran Bogan ..
Jos. Meyers ...
Chaa. Meyers .
tin, 1. , .
C. W. Oood
P. L. Buell .....
Jack Shaw ....
Lutie Tidwell ....
J. A. Homar ....
J. A.' Jette ....,
B. B. Herrick....
J. E. Smith ...
B..B. Colbath i......
Mrs. E.' Jette
C. . A. Jette ........
D. VT. Gibson ........
Fred Hopkins .. .....
Sunday Earhls ...... 16.20
C. W. Good' ......w 2.20
F. L. Buell 2.20 2.29
I Ada Western 2.40 2.40
Sarah Western ...... .... HS . 2.40
Lutie Tidwell ...... 2.20 2.20
John Shaw ...... ........ 8.20 8.20
Mel Hamilton ...... ...... 2.20 2.20
D. W. Gibson 2.20 2.20
Blanch Todd .... 7.00 7.00
Edith Todd I... 7.00 7.00
Darlen Todd ...... 7,0 7.W)
Lewla Prevost ...... ...... 6.W . 6.0
i A. 0Learv 6.60 S.eo
Mrs. P. Prevost .....V.... 6.60 ixo f
?aa. Lewis 4-20 . 4.20 I
John ,Shantx .... ......... 4.20 4.20
Larry Murphy ..... 4.20 4.20"
D. W. Gibson 2120 2.20
F. L. Buell .............. 2.20 2.M
I. W. Good 2.20 2.20
Geo. Lamv...... 7.00 7.M ;
M. W. Barkhurst .'. 4. SO 4.is0
Jack Shaw .... 14.40 14.40
Walter Wengenroth .. ... 7..40 7.40
J. E. Eldrldge ..... .0 .4i
John McCrea. 2.00 2.iH)
Geo." -Everhart .... ....... .w 9.00
A. Jette ...... ...... .....V 9 iHt-,-
Joe Kaiser ...... ......... 5.20 .20
B. F. Geisy 8.00 8.00
W. W. Oelsy .......... .. 8.00 8 w
John Trumune .... ....... 8.20 9.20
John Shlck ...... 9.00 - ; 9.00
W, R. McKay ............ 9)00 .9.00
Bud Van Wassenhove ... 8.00 9.00
F. E. Osborne ;..'.. 8.00, 9.00 .
ONE CASE ARGUED
SUPREME COURT YESTERDAY
TI I E CALENDA R FOR TWO
In the Supreme Court yesterday the
case of the State of Oregon, 'respond
ent, vs. John Paly, appellant; appeal
from Marion raunty, was argued and
submitted by Attorney General D. K.
N. Blackburn and District Attorney J,
N. Hart, for respondent and. L. K.
Adams; 'for appellant.
Clerk J. J. Murphy Has arranged the
calendar of the court for the'two en
suing weks beginning Monday, No
vember 10th. as follows: 3 .
Monday, Nov. 10. It. D. Ruekman,
respondent, vs. William Ormund, ap
pellant; appeal from Union county"; 12
m. II. It. Ruekman. respondent, vs.
Imbler Lumber Company, appellant;
appeal from Union county; Ji m.
Tuesday. Nov. ft. State or Oregon,
respondent, vs. A. M. Humphrey, ap
pellant; appeal from Marion x?ounty;
12 m. II. Trinwith, appellant, vs. Don
A. Smith - respondent; appeal from
Marlon county: 12 m. '
( Wednesday. Nov. 12 John B. Frost,
et ai. respondents, vs. Pacific States
Savings, Loan & Building Company!
appellant: appeal from Multnomnh
county; 12 m. C. A. Whale, appel
lant, vs. Claud Gatch, receiver of Gil-,
bert Bros., resiiondent; apieal from
Marlon county; 12 rri. v
ThursIay Nov. .13 Olevia E. Ketch-
um, respondent, vs. W. II. Holmes, ap
pellant; appeal from Marlon county;
13 m. Cynthia 1. MeCall and W. 1 1 .
McCail, respondents, vs. James C,
Porter and Joslah; Porter, appellants;
appeal from Lake county; 12 m
Monday, Nov. 17. In the Matter nf
the Estate of John W. Ilolman. de-l
ceased. Roy Cecil Holman, et, al. re-
spondents, vs. Charles Holman, et al.;
appellants; appeal from Multnomah
county: 12 m. . ' .
Tuesday and Wednesday Nov. 1S:
and 19. State Bar Association.
Thursday, Nov. 20. State of Oregon,
respondent,, vs. A. M. Humphrey, .
appellant; appeal from Marlon county;
12 m. 1 -..'...
There Is ample room for the best ef
forts of the Greater Salem Comtnercl.il
Club during the next year -the. second
year of its career. The 80,000 pamph
lets are to be provided, besides other
advertising to be done, several import
ant manufacturing industries to be se
cured, the Dallas-Falls City Railroad
to be looked after, etc., etc. Plenty of
work. ' . .-"
IT'S A MONLY-MiKCR
toil THE FARMER
We claim that taking into con
sideration its comparative weight,
number of parts, ease of cleaning
The Empire will skim milk
wth less labor and 1 less
loss of butter fat than any other
Cream Separator or creaming
system in existence.
- If you don't care about profits,
stick U the. old methods.
If you want to make more
; money from your cows, buy a
if you want the most money-
with the least labor, the greatest
profit at least expense, .
G-ET AN EMPIRE
We have devoted nearly two
Weeks' advertising spare to Em
pire Separators and that alone.
We do this because we have the
I utmost confidence in Jhe Separa
tors. -If you have followed our
Separator Chatsfrom 1 to 10, you
have learned a considerable about
the Empire, a nl we would be
more than glad to send you fur
ther information and catalogue
concerning these Separators,
which Illustrate the points " we
We sell Separators on ilstall
ments to those who wish, and
give any one a chance to try the
machine thoroughly at their own
' homes. ,- r.
Let us hear from you.
F. A. VnGGDNG
2-237 Liberty St., Balem
Farm Machinery, Bicyele, Hewing
Machines ami Bu 1 ptica.
N. It CliOItY,