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Forced Government to Raise
Rate of Exchange
DEPRECIATION OF SILVER
Increases Government Losses
in Manila and Damages
, , Business -
'VCIVII COMMISSION AND REPRE
SENTATIVES OF COMMERCIAL,
INTERESTS TO : PLEAD TO CON
GRESS FOR RELIEF-ENGLISH
SOLUTION OF CAUSE. ..-';"
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MANILA, "Nov. 12. -A further decline
In the price of silver has forced .the
" Government, to raise the rate of ex
change to $2.50 Mexican-.for f 1 gold. '..'
The cheapening of silver has resulted
In increasing the losses of the Gov
eminent and all other holders of sll-
ver. ..- . : f ' ; :
The Instability of the present cur
rency is seriously damaging business,
-and members of the Civil Commission
and representatives of the commercial
interests on' the islands will-unite in
.making a strong plea to Congress' for
,rthe establishment of a non-fluctuating
Felt In England.
London, Nov. 12. The recent depre
ciation in the price of silver is attrib
uted somewhat to the appointment of
" Colonial Secretary Chamberlain on November-5th,'
of a committee to report
on the expediency of establishing the
gold standard in the Straits settlement
and neighboring Malay states.
, The. World's Output.
Washington. Nov. 12. -George E.
Roberts, the Director of the Mint,, has
completed hjs report upon the produc
tion of precious metals for the calendar
year of 1901. The final figures for the
world's output show that the United
States produced $78,666,700 goM and
133.123,400 sliver. Australia comes next
in gold production, the total production
. being $76,880,200. Mexico leads in the
ponJueilon f silver, the total output
,w being $34;59l.0O. The world's produc
tion of gold Is J263.374.700; sliver $10,
939,190. i w
' : '
. ; REFORM IN ITALY. ' ''
- NEW YORK. Nov. 11. Baron Son
nlng. the well known economist and
leader of the Constitutional opposition
In the Itall.ui Parliament, in a lecture
at Naples on ; the miserable condition
of Southern Italy, has proposed drastie
, and radical remedies, says a Rome- dis
patch to the" Times, by way of London,
' The Baron described the reduction of
the peasantry by emigration saying
that morn than 100,000 peasants had
loft Naples this year. He told'of rav
ages caused by deforestatfon, and spoke
of th excessive taxation and the uur
. w hleh ibe peasHits suffer. )'-:'
He propywteft a reduction of tho land
,tax and of the Interest on southern
. land mortgages, the relntroductlon of
porpetyal leasehold of small holdings
h t low rent.) In order to break up the
huge uncultivated estates, and urged
reform of agricultural labor contracts
In favor of "the peasants.
HIS ARMY DEFEATED.
NEW YORK, Nov. ,11. The preten
der to the throne, with a large follow
ing, attacked the Moroccan army . at
daybreak on, November 3, says a dis
patch from Fea to the Times by; way of
London. The Invaders penetrated the
campi-Jbut the Sultan's troops rallied
and drove oft the rebels, whom they
pursued. Inflicting much loss. The
pretender, with some of his followers,
took, refuge in a native castle, which
tho troops i attacked, captured and
burned on November 4. Many-rebels
were killed pjf taken prisoners, but the
pretender escaped, i M
The pretender's former followers are
now raid to be searching for him. His
prestige is; all said to have vanished,
as he prornlsed miraculous interven
tion and the complete annihilation of
tho Sultan ttpoo ,' T -
WOOL MARKErf"gr FEATURE.
roilT TOWNSEND, Nov. 11 The
sleamer Senator arrived at noon today
from Nome? via- Dutch Harbor. No
vessels were ighted6n the run to tlje
Sound from Dutch Harbor. The rev
enue cutter Bear and the steamer Cor
wln were i Teller, October Slst, and
the steamer Nome City at Nome. The
Nome City Intended to sail for Seattle
Nnvrmhor Sd . Steamers . Homer, Pat-
i. niarnvfrpr were a
iri mil, iatj
Dutch. Harbor. The Senator brought
183 passengers. The steamer Orego
left Dutch Harbor fifteen hours prior
to the departure of the Senator, but
was not sighted. Captain Patterson
reports very heavy gales on the pass
age and very heavy seas. The steame
Dawson City left Nome several days
ahead of the Senator, but bad not ar
rived at Dutch Harbor w hen the Sen
ator departed. f'-JV: '- - : ' . - .
IS ROYALLY RECEIVED.
SAN FRANCISCO, -CaU Nov..
General Chaffee spent the day arrang
ing the details W departure -from
the transnort Sumner and meeting
. numerous army friends end those from
civil life Tomorrow nlgnt cnauc w
be the guest of honor- at a banquet
.k- m.tm.: Annotation, and I
Thursday afternoon Is to be the ruestj
of the Union League Club and other,
organisations. .. public recepwun v .
niVENtlS OLD PLACE. v
WASHINGTON. Nov 1--The res;
i3ent his appointed Wltlianl n-r' -"d record of lts radical nd perma
Byrne to be United Stafes District, At-f Hbed ra 1 undoubtedly Amer -
torney for Delaware. Mr.- nyrne rr-
signed ht., i position last .October and
was a candidate for Congress n the
recent election as a Union Republican, j
He.ihowever. was defeated, and has,
noween given back hi 3 old portion-:
" Leal Elanks. Statesman Job , Office.
THREE BOATS BHSSING
BOAT AND TWO RAFTS CONTAIN
ING SEVENTY ELANGAMITE
, ; PASSENGERS SAT3D.
WELLINGTON, N. ' 2L, - Nov. 1L
The steamer Zealand! has picked op
one boat and two rafts from the Brit
ish steamer Elangaraite. carrying sev
enty persons. Three, boats from the
Elangamlte ere still missing.
WETLER TURNED DOWN.
MADRID, Nov. ll.Klng Alphonso
has intrusted rrim uir a
...... . . - - -. i
me reconstruction of the Cabinet
and given him a free hand. In the mat
ter. It is believed that General AVey-
wm not m retained.
TO-BECOME A STATE.
GUTilRIE. O. TV Nor. 11
man Dennis Flvnn was nntm.
that his fight for statehood .for Okla-
"i.ia. nas oeen won and that the Sen
ate committee on Territories will re
port favorable action far the Immediate
uuiuisBiun oi me Territory.
BURNED IN PESTHOUSE. .
, CHARLESTON. S. C, Nov. 1L The
penthouse at the city hospital caught
Are tonight and four negro men were
ournea to death.
Cubans Not Satisfied With the
HAY CALLED CONFERENCE
Reciprocity Treaty Still in
Havana" Could Not Be
JNITED STATICS SEMI-OFFICIALLY
IGNORANT OF CHARACTER OF
CHANGES PRESIDENT; PALMA
WISHESTO MAKE IN DOCUMENT
MAY BE ADJUSTED. i
WASHINGTON, Nov. 12. An im-
lrtant conference bearing n the sub
ject of Cuhan reciprocity was -held at
the War Department today, the" par
ticipants being Secretaries Hay and
Root and General Lasker Bliss. The
latter wm called Into the conference at
Secretary Hay' suggestion becsuse of
his expert knowledge of the existing
Cuban tariff. Before the conference at
the War Department, Secretary Hay
hid thl? subject with Senator
('ullom, chairman of . the Senate com
mittee "on forclKn relations, and also
with Senor Qucsad l. the Cuban Minis
ter here. Kehor Qucada was not able
to- submit to Secretary Hay the draft
of the reciprocity treaty, which has
been under consideration so long by
the authorities at Havana, as the doc
uments have not yetleft that place.
Seml-offlclally the United States Gov
ernment continue'. In Ignorance of the
extent and character of the changes.
If ajiy, which President Pal ma may de
sire lo maka jn the treaty. In other
than official aources, however, has de
'elopel pretty clearly ; the disposition
of the Cuban President in this matter.
The cardinal objection of Presldent
Palma to the treaty as it stands is the
Insufficient rebate of 20 peri cent pro
posed to be allowed on Cuban imports
into the United Statftn. and Secretary
Hay's purpose is to ascertain If possi
ble how far. he can yield In that mat
ter and sttli be able, to rely upon the
support of ongress next session, when
the. treaty Is submitted. So far his adr
vices do not favor any increase"of the
rebates, and. Indeed, he' has been as
sured 'by some persons with , whom he
has talked that under no conditions
would Congress consent to any sub
stantial Increase of this rebate.
It is understood that the Cubans, too,
are -entirely unwilling to accept any
smalt Increase. In the face of the
great shortage. In the European cror
and a rapldfy rising market, they have
acquired confidence In their ability to
get along for an IndeTlnlte period of
time without reciprocity with the
United States, and It is understood
they are showing an . indifference In
the prosecution of the treaty negotia
tions which Ii serving in turn to stim
ulate the efforts J of our own negotia
tors. : . '' , .
President Talma wakes the point
that conditions have changed In Cuba
so that where the 20 per f cent rebate
might have served when ; It was first
proposed. It would at present afford so
little relief as not to warrant the sac
rifice of Cuban revenues that would be
involved In Its acceptance.
Secretary Hay has , determined to
clear up that polnL and to that end,
after talking with Secretary Root today
It was decided that General BIts should
be sent at nce to Cuba to make a per
sonal Investigation of the Industrial
situation and the fiscal possibilities f
the Island. So it l lmrobab!e that
pendng his return from bis Cuban
it,. EHia rw-narttnent can . au-
vance the treaty negotiations in
L:::l An English Author Wrote; ,; v
"No shade, no 4 shine, no f rult. no
flowers no lea ves,-Nov ember ! ' AUny
A merlcans would add no fredorr from
catarrh, which 1 .o aggravating dur
ing tW month that U becomes, con-l.r-.i
...Mf. There la abond-
that .catarrh U constltu
ji.. It. is related to mcrot
d cor,umptlon. feeing 0J,7?
d3eage9i f "
.g ghown that wnai . "r""- "
eradlcsUng scrofuw, "
catarrh and taken in time
fconsumption. v'.:, tMa
any sufferer can pur .
- r Medicln. tor America s
ca aa8sleasecatarrh. , v
WEEKLT OREGON STATESMAN,
Northern Securities and the
, Great Northern
THE SECURITIES COMPANY
Admits Having No Agent on
whom to Serve Legal
DENY THAT MERGER TENDS TO
CREATE MONOPOLY OF RAIL
WAY TRAFFIC OR DEPRFVES
STATE OF COMPETITION P1UV-
ILEGB NEW ADMISSION RULES;
WASHINGTON, Nov. 15. The an
swers of the Northern Securities and
Great Northern Railway Companies in
the suit of the State, of Washington
against the SecurttiesCotnpany and the
Great Northern and Northern Pacific
Railways,- were filed in the Supreme
Court of the United States today.
The Securities Company admits that
it nas no a rent or rrnrntaiiv - in
the State of Washington on whom legal
process may be served, and that it
owns no property of any nature what
ever In that state. .
It denies "that "any of the matters
alleged in sub-division thirteen, of the
bin of complaint, tend to create a
monopoly In the railway traffic In the
State of Washington or deprive the
state of the privelege of competition in
fixing the charges or rates of transpor-
Ntw Admission Rules.
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 12. The Su
preme-Court of Pennsylvania has pro
mulgated new rules to sraln admission
to the bar, completely revolutionizing
me njruinn in zorce for more - than a
Admissions on law school diplomas
are abolished. Registration is required
at the commencement course of a three
years study, but the preliminary ex
amination must be nailed in Kmrtixti
Llteraturi. Universal Hlstorv ' filnrv
6f England and the United States.
Arithmetic, Algebra. Oeolov. C.enern-
phy and Latin. Caesar. Virgil, and
Cicero. Three years of preparation
after registration must be massed
either In the approved law school or by
service of bona fide clerkship in the
Italy To Interfere. -'
Rome. Nov. 12. According: to the
Trlbuna, Italy proposes to made Inter
national the matter of the arrest, -in
Boston, of Mascagnl. the coraooser.
The Trlbuna today says:
Mascagnl Jias telegraphed Premiei'
ZanardelH fe.auUn3 the interference
of the Italian Government to nrvnt
htm from the vexatious treatntent of
which, be says. hj has been the victim
n America. SIgnor Prlneitl, the Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs. Immedlatelv
look up the matter.
CHARGE I? IENIED.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 11 The Illi
nois Central arid Cincinnati, New Or
leans & Texas Pacific ilailraads. two
of the lines named as delinquents In
the complaint of the Kentucky State
Railroad Commission, charging mer
iters of Interests of all the railroads in
the Southern territory, have, filed an
swerswlth the lnteratate Commerce.
Commission making a general denial
of tho allegations in the complaint.
The answers specifically deny that the
specified railroads cover all the import
ant jjallroad points and, constitute all
the railroad lines in the territory
south of Baltimore, Louisville and the
Ohio river to the dulf of Mexico, and
eastwardly from the Mississippi river
to the Atlantic Ocean..
Our horse was In very bad condition.
apparently blind. His health was very
bad In eneraL We took him to Dr.
Jackson. V. S. His eyesight was fully
restored, and his health so Improved
one would hardly know him to be the
same horse. We think Dr. Jackson, Is
highly educated in his work and glad
ly recommend him to anyone needing"
any science in his line. ' I
MRS. M. J CKtJIUtl'IUi. r
M. R CREIGHTON.
NEW YORK, Nov. II. Articles have
been signed for a wrestling match here
on November zain ror me cnampion
shipfbf the world, ; between Thomas
Jenkins, who no claim to be catch-aa-catch'can
champion of the world,
and Joseph Carrol, who holds cham
pionship of England and Ireland. The
articles call for best two in three falls,
with no hold barred. .
. Startling, But ,Trve. .
"If every one knew: what a grand
medicine Dr. King's New Life PilU Is,"
writea D. M. Turner, .Dempseytown.
Pa "vou'd sell all you have in a day.
Two weeks use has made a new man of
me." Infallible for constipation,
stomach and liver troubles. 25c at Dr.
Stone's Drug Stores.
DEDICATED NEW HOME.
NEW YORK, Nov. 11. The cere
monies in connection with the dediea-
ion of the new home of the Chamber
of Commerce was brought to a close
tonight by a banquet given by tne
chamber In honor of the guests of the
occasion. President Roosevelt deliver
ed the principal address of the even
VICTORIA, R. , C. Nov. 11. The
leflmer Ilofwinc rouiaea wun mr
steam freignter, ingai. .in. kip
lArbor torrtght. The f ingai naa a noie
nit In her port bow and she was run
cn the beach where-she lies with her
cargo under water. ; The Rosalie was
I BIG FLOUR ORDER.
MEDFORD. Not, 12. There are here
now 13 four nor teams and two six
horse teams, with wagons end trailers,
to load and take to the Klamath Agen
cy 40.009 pounds of flour from the A.
A. Davis Mill here. .
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 11. lio
C M. mwm IN TROUBLE
FORMER SALEM MAN UNDER A
SERIOUS CHARGE IN JUN-
; eau, Alaska. - -j'::-
SEATTLE, Nov. 12. United States
Commissioner Irwin, of Juneau, form
erly Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion In the State of Oregon. Is now on
trial at Juneau charged with malfeas
ance in office. The case Is causing a
great sensation In the Lynn Canal dls
trict and will cause much speculation
here and throughout' Washington and
"regon, w-nere tne man was .once an
The charges against Irwin were
made by two attorneys of Douxlas City.
wnien is located opposite Juneau. They
allege that he illegally appropriated to
his own use a larse amount, made- up
of sums, ranging from XI to 119. on
criminal c&e which came before him
for trial. In order to do this 'success
fully, the complaint states, the accus
ed falsified certain records nd mutil
ated others. Up to the present time
the accused has borne an excellent rep,
utation. ' . ;
The above item refers to Gl M. Ir
win., formerly of this city and former
Superintendent of Public Instruction.:
and also Superintendent of the Salem i
Indian Training School at Chemawa.
his friends In this city will regret to
hear of his trouble. .
First Casuality In the Colom-
TWO AMERICANS WOUNDED
The Government Troops Have
Fight With Rebels in
ONE SHOT FIRED AT GROUP OF
' TEN REBELS KILLED EVERY
ONE ONE SCHOONER CAPTURED
AND ANOTHER-SUNK SOLDIERS
ATTACKED SPOKANE ROBBERS.
PANAMA, Colombia, Nov. 12. The
fire:t American casualties as a result of
the revolution occurred yesterday., The
Colombian fleet captured a boat having
on board correspondence showlng( the
whereabouts of two rebel schooners
loaded with provisions.
The Government warship Bogota
(formerly the Jessie Banning) manned
by an American crew and commanded
by Captain Marmaduke, lowered two
boats with armed men.
i In the tneanwhlle the: revolutionWits
were discovered in ambush close to the
beach; and when the Bogota's boats
polled ahead the second time the rebels
opened fire on them, killing Ship's
armorer' Richrd Kane, of Washing
ton, who fought under Dewey at Man
ila, and woundina- Owirre Walker, a
se&man named uiarK. and Lieutenant
Vajiques were also wounded.
The Bogota and Chuculto then open
ed fire on the enemy. One shot flred
art -a group of ten rebels killed every
one of them. f
Gunner Cross, of the Boaota. thlnlts
forty or fifty rebel were killed. The
schooner Helvetia, loaded with rice,
was captured, but the first shot at the
second schooner eel her on tire snd she
was completely destroyed, with her
cargo. The body : of - Kane will be
burled here with military honors.
Soldiers Resent Footpads.
a ne Wash., Nov. 12. Privates
and Stevens, ,of Company m.
Infantry, were shot in a oat tie
with foottads In the suburhe or mis
city about J o'clock this morning.
Lewis was wounded in me. urm ana
Stevens In the. hand. The soldiers
were held up byour robbers while on
their way to" Fort Wright. They gave
up their money, but afterwards attack
ed the robbers and a rough and tumble
fight followed, the soldiene being
wounded and put to flight. ,
' Terrible Votcanio Disaster.
San Francisco. CaX, Nov. 12. The
steamship Newport, from . Panama,
brings additional details of the recent
eruption of Mount Santa Maria. In
Guatemala. According to the officers
of the Newport, the destruction of life
and property has been Immense.
The necessity for relief is urged.
Coffee plantations in the districts of
Costa Coca. Chuva. Reform. Palmar,
Casta Grande and Kolhuts have been
buried seven feet deep In volcanic
ashes and debris.
Thousands of cattle have bee rw de
stroyed and the loss of human life Is
thought to have been Immense.
When the Newport was at Champer
lcou the officer found the people of
that port in a panic and stricken with
turmoil. President Cabre ha adopted
the most vigorous means to prevent the
particulars of the extent of the dam
age from reaching the outside world
All telegrams and cable messages are
strictly censored. The Newport brings
news of the total destruction of the
town of Palmar, San Felipe, Colombia
and Coatepec-; These places are com
pletely buried in debris. , .
MAN WHO WAS ACCIDENTALLY
feHOT BY HIM MAY
ABERDEEN. Wash-. Nov. 12 Her
bert . Fulmer, who was shot in the
O'Connor House her last Thursday
night by James FennelL lies at St.
David's Hospital in a very precarious
condition, and it L doubtful if be will
Urnrvtve. At the preliminary trial of
Fennell the preponderance of the evi
dence vent to show, that the shooting
was aefdenta! so he was discharged.
It Is not knosa wbat actifJh, If any.
will be taken In the event of Fulmers
death, as he-and Fennell were close
friends. '; " .f,:'-' ; ' v 5
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Reduced Prices on
Dry Goods and Millinery
All our trinimel and untrimmcd shapes, plumes,
tips, feathers, brest3, buckles an I pon-pons, all ;
new gooils this fall, will be sold at
Greatly Reduced Prices
Hoods, wool oj silk, white or colors, in great variety end re
duced Prices ..
Shawls and fascinators from 25c up.
Wool ho$e, the 40c. grade, for 2oc a pair.
Cheajer ones for 15c a pair
Umbrellas, bargains at $1.00
Mackintoshes for ladies 1,2.75, worth a dollar more.
Dry Goocis Store
Next Door to the Postofficc.
MALHEUR OIL FIELDS
WILL BK DEVELOPED INDICA
TIONH ARK UCTTKIl THAN
TEXAS OK CALIFORNIA.
HAKEH CITY, Nov. 12. Business
men, capitalists, mine brokers and oth
ar residents of this city having .Inter
ests In the Malheur county oil ffc-H are
Jubilant over the news which ha ben
spread about during the past two weeks
that a California concern is to asulst
owners of. oil lands In de-eloplng the
property. An aurent of the. Hear Htate
magnates has visited Malheur, nd
declares that the Indications are more
favorable thannhose of Texas or Cali
fornia. The representative came here as a
stranger, and withheld. his identity. In
reality he wall no agent for a single
company, but was sent by executives
afc the hea.l'of a combine which Was
recently effected in California to con-,
trol the oil output of that state. This
combine now furnishes oil for fuel pur
jjoses being used up Columbia snd
Willamette river steamboat The Houth
ern Pacific Company is also said to be
burning oil upon Its locomotives run
ning east from San Francisco, which
Is contracted for by the combine,.
The object of securing,' holdings In
Malheur is to facilitate the furhlxhlng
of fufl and Illuminating oil to Port
land buyers and others at Coast cities
in the. Northwest not accessible to
eay transportation and chap rates
from the Hay City. The oil men cal
culate that a short time will wltnens
the shipment of many gallon of oil
dally to the ihetropfJls for fuel, and the
trade of Eastern Oregon generally in
creaaed as a direct result.
Tha big Ilirsch syndicate of Port
land, which has been operating a drill
uroh Its Malheur property since last
summer, has suspended operations, and
this hum given rise to the opinion that
the operatots struck oil. or at least ex
cellent indications. The syndicate has
been extremely reticent 'as to the pro
gress made, and what has been ac
complished In their well Is a mystery
to all but employes. The workmen are
silenced, and no Idea of the work there
has ever gained currency. .
According .to recent, rulings of the
Government officials. It has been de
termined" all land located as oil claims
during the past year may be-retaJned
by the original holders for another
year, one year's eaaesement work to be
accomplished In the two periods. Prop
erty taken in ItOl must be held by as
sessments, and If all has not been thus
developed y January 1st, it will revert
to Uncle Fam, and will Immediately be
open for relocation. It Is reported the
reason the Hirsch plant Is silent Is be
cause thtr company has made a good
strike and Is resting from ita I born
to pounce upon land forfeited at the
opening of the ensuing year.
Baker City Js the home of innumer
able companies formed from among thei
property owners in Malheur, and th
solving of the problem- of developing
the fields means much to the city at
. ELKO. Nr Nov. 12Iuie Taltwt
gave a barbecue today kt which every
one was Invited. In honor if his elec
tion Un the Fu pre me bench.- AiKut 1.
ee jjeople were fed with roast beef,
mutton and pork in true ' style.
CHOLERA IN MANILA .
DETACHMENT OF HOLDIHUH AKII
BTHH'KHN WITH THE IUH-
MANILA. Nov. -12.- Cholera made Its
appcataiuv ycsterdiiy among the men.
of a detachment of the Fifth !nriutrV
whlf-h IS stationed here. Wwveii men
have already tiled and a tiumlx-r of
others are seriously 111.
The detachment of tbe Fifth Inf;m
try In question had been plaeed tn
guard alons; the . Mnra'iulna river,
whence Manila-rece(vea itn water sup
ply, jii It was deemed necessary .-to
protect the stream from -possible mU
I . . . I . M., ; . 1 1 . I . t . - 1 , I
I'lii'ni. jiiUjinaiciii urTi-i;H"(j .. wnilf
the men were on duty.
Rsceptilon To Milss. '
Manila, Nov. 12. Oneral Miles wan
Riven a rf ceplUm and banquet .It i.
We offer one Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any care of Cnturrh th.1t enn
not be curi by Hall's Catarrh Cur",
F. J. Cheney & Co., Propf Toledo, Ci.
.We, t!ie umlerslgned7 have known F.
J. Cheney for the last IS years, arid
believe him perfetly honorable In ll
business transactions, and firiamially
able to arry out any,obllgatkjns ni'J
by their firm. -
West aV Truax. Wholesale Drusglats,
Waldins;. Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Tohdo, O.
H ill s Citarrh Cure Is takn inler
nally. art In a; airectly uton the blool
and mucoui surface of the system.
Price, 75e per tote. Sold rry"ll drug
gists. Tetlmonlals free, (
Hall's Family lnils are the 3-nl.
ST. RAY.NOR IN NKHKApiA.
PORTLAND, Nov. 12. Hnry Kt.
Raynor, the attorney who was yester
day disbarred by. the Supreme Court of
Oregon, Is in Nebraska, having gone to
that state last Thursday. Whether ho
will return to Portland to reside perma
nently Is not known, a his partner, A.
B. Clark, has not been een. Ht. Ray
nor was admitted to practice In Oregon
on his Ncbraaka certificate, and ca a
stiU practice law In Nebraska on that
certificate, as the revocation of the
one Issued In Oregon does not Interfere
with the first ore. -
. LIKE 8UCCE33.
The Oregon Fire: Relief AssoclaUon
has been a success ever since It bcga.n
business In January, IDS, and Is bow
growing faster than ever before.
Its annual report of December 31,
1901. shows a net gain In amount of In
snrance In force of I2.62t.7l7, which is
&9 per cent more than the net gain of
any previous year. It pld 125 losses
during the .year amounting to 123. '.01.
It Is strictly a mutual Institution
which furnishes the best of 1
Fire Insuranc afCott
For further particulars, address A. C
Candler, secretary, 3fcMlnnville, Or
egon, or If you reside In Marion county,
call on or address H. A, John0oti,
(agent) Salem, Oregon. . ?
Legal Blanks. Statesman Job OfTlce,