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Supreme Court in Test Case
Decides in Favoivof Liquor
NO SALARY .WARRANTS.
State Employes Must Accept Certifl
cates TVhfch. However, Will Be
Taken by BankOthcr .Su
The . local option liquor- law adpte &
by the people If, not In contravention of
eectlon 21 df ariic4 1 of the constitu
tion, which say that no law shall be
passed the taking effect of which hall
depend upon any authority except as
rrovlded in the constitution. The law
has already taken effect, and the vote
in a precinct, district or county merely
determines the contingency upon which
prohibition ehall become operative in
the district where the vote e taken.
The Kay law of. 1105. for monthly
payment of salaries of state employe,
eVee not authorize the Secretary of
State to. ismie a warrant in the ab
sence of an available appropriation.
amend the law regarding the Issuance of
warrants. It- Is held that the two -laws
can and should be construed so that both
may stand, and That the Kay act does
not authorize the Issuance of a warrant
where no appropriation has been made.
O. R. & X. vs. Umatilla County.
Oregon Railway and Navigation Com
pany, appellant, vs, Umatilla. County, re
spondent, from I'matllla County, TV. R.
Ellis, judge, affirmed; opjnlon by Justice
The plaintiff-brought this proceeding by
writ of irevlew to annul the action, of
the County Court in levying a tax upon
its property. . for the reason that the
court had no Jurisdiction, the name of the
owner was .not. properly given and the
property hot sufficiently described. The
-Supreme Court holds, as did the lower
court, that it .Is hot necessary that the
.County Cp'urt-cntcr at .large In its journal
Its estimate of necessary revenue before
It levies the annual lax: that the initials
"O. R. & X. Go." are a sufficient indl-
Stion ofthe name In this instance, ani
at in a review proceeding the court
will not hold that "R. R. Bed" and sim
ilar abbreviations are an insufficient de
scription, lor Th county has a right to
show In. a proper proceeding that these
abbreviations have a definite meaning,
and are fully understood.
Charles A. McCrary and wife, appel
lants; vs.-G. TV. Blggers, respondent, from
Union County. Robert Eakln. Judge, af
firmed: opinion by Justice Bean.
Lettle E. Rice respondent, vs. "Wallowa
County, appellant, from Union County,
Robert Eakln. Judge, affirmed; opinion by
Chief Justice Moore.
John Atucker appellant, w. S. Otten-
helnvr Estate, respondent, from Baker
County. Robert Eakln. judge, affirmed;
opinion by Chief Justice Wolverton.
Moses' Taylor respondent, vs. Isabella
Taylor, appellant, from Umatilla County.
W. R. Ellis, Judge, affirmed; opinion per
SALEM. July 2. (Special.) The Su
preme Court today handed down a de
cision sustaining the validity of the local
option liquor law adopted by the people
In June. 1904. The opinion written by
Chief Justice Wolverton holds that there
Is nothing. In the constitution which pre
vents the adoption of a liquor law to take
effect locally upon a vote of the people
of the district affected.
This decision was rendered in the suit
brought by P. F. routs to recover from
the city of Hood River the saloon license
fe he had paid In advance before the
local option law became effective. The
city refused to pay on the ground that
the local "option law is unconstitutional
and that there Is nothing to prevent the
sale of liquor -under" the license. The
Circuit Court-upheld the local option law
and this decision is sustained.
Xo Warrants for Salaries.
Another important decision rendered to
day Is that in which the Supreme Court
holds that the Kay act of 1905. regard
ing the payment of salaries of state em
ployes monthly, does not authorise the
issuance of warrants. So far as the em
ployes at state Institutions "are concerned
this decision has little effect for. ar
rangements have already been made' by.
which the banks will take up the salary
clftims at face value. The employes will
fare as well as though they received
Fouts vs. Hood River. , ,
P F. Fouts. respondent, v. City of Hood
RIter. appellant, from Wasco County; W. 1..
Bradshaw, j-udge; affirmed; opinion by Chief
The single question present In this cafe
Ra .whether the local-option liquor law
adopted by the people Is ih violation of sec
Ion 21 of article 1 of-the constitution
which says that "no law shall be passed, the
aklng effect of which shall be made to de
pend upon any authority, except as provided
in this constitution." The opinion of the
Supreme Court cites many authorities In
which similar laws have been construed and
"The present law when enacted was com
r"ete in itself. requiring nothing else to glv
it alidit). It bevaine .effective. as a law
from the time of its enactment; all Its
rrovislons were then susceptible of unre
s'rlcted operation. When the time came for
10 per cent of the voters' if -anv- nutivnrlzeri
district to petition the County Court to or-''
uer an election a way was provided ana
cpen. and so the very steps are prescribed Jn
teir regular order until an election deter
irips the question of the expediency or In
expediency of enforclnR prohibition .within
the district Involved. The law provides for
a.l these things, and rhls It did as It came
f m the people duly adopted. It Is not the
election that breathes Into the act Its valid
ly or ltallty. The act is wmpWe and an
active, living force without It, but the elec
tion as is designed and which Is constituted
a part of the enginery of the law, does con
tribute to determine the contingency upon
w hieh prohibition shall -become operative or
nt according to the popular will in the lo
cality wnere invoked. The new law is but
supplementary to the old. It does not amend
or repeal .the -old or any part tf It. although
t maj suspend It for the time being, but
not o eradicate It or permanentlv to change
The,, opinion says that the workings of
the art is not aptly devised as it reads
that in every precinct, etc.. that shall re
turn a majority vote for prohibition the
law shall "take effect" on the first day
of January. Sr July, as the case may be,
but the undoubted intendment Is that prd
hibition hail "become operative" or not
within the territory Involved, dependent
on the contingency to be determined by
a vote of the people concerned.
It was argued that the constitutional
convention -manifestly intended to prevent
the adoption of local option laws such as
this, for ii refused to insert prohibitory
liquor laws jn the list of special or local
laws which 'may be enacted to take effect
upon a vote of the electors Interested.
The court holds, however, that the mem
ber of the convention who offered this
amendment intended to create an excep
tion, so as to permit a general prohlbltorv
liquor Jaw. providing for that and noth
ing else, to. take effect upon a vote of the
Gibson vs. Malheur County.
State of Oregon, upon the relation of
TV. It. Gibson, appellant, vs. County Court
of Malheur County, respondent, from
Malheur County, George E. Davis, Judge,
affirmed; opinion by Chief Justice TVol--erton.
This was a mandamus proceeding; to
compel the County Court of Malheur
County to make an order prohibiting the
sale of liquor In Xyssa precinct where
prohibition had carried In a local option
election.- In the lower court a demurrer
to the writ was sustained and this de
rision Is affirmed for the reason that the
plaintiff does not allege, that the neces
sary petition was filed the election or
dered to be held, etc.; which allegations'
are necessary In order to show that tho
election was duly held. The opinion says
that when an flection has been regularly
held and ' prohibition "has carried, th'f
County Court has no discretion, but must
make the prohibitory order.
Calbrcath vs. Dunbnr.
J. F. Calbreath. appellant, vs. F. I. Dun
bar. Secretary of State, respondent, from
Marion County. William Galloway. Judge,
affirmed; opinion by Justice Bean.
Section' 2398 of the code provides that
the Secretary of State shall not Issue a
warrant upon the State Treasurer unless
an appropriation is available for the pay
ment thereof. The Legislature of 1905
passed what Is known as the Kay law.
providing that the superintendent of the
asylum shall mak'e out a payroll each
month and the Secretary of State shall
issue a .warrant for the amount. This
act repeals all acts lnr conflict therewith.
The Supreme' Court holds that the 'pur
pose was- ,10. . make ' salaries .payable
monthly Instead of quarterly and to sim
plify the work of payment, and not to
MAYOR SOMMER ALLOWS FEW
Twenty-One and Craps Chief Diver
sion of Fourth of July
OREGON CITY. Or.. July "S.-tSpeciaU
Oregon City is an open town, and va
rious games of chance arc being played.
Mayor Sommer. when questioned regard
ing the situation, stated that conditions
would be tolerated only until after the
three 3ays" celebration in this city.
At any rate, the gambling situation in
Clackamas County Is now put right up
to the District Attorney and the county
officials. In a number of Interviews given
out at the time the Milwauklc poolroom
was "first started. Mayor Sommer took
the stand that if the authorities did not
Interfere with- the games at Milwauklc
he would throw down the gauntlet and
make Oregon City an open town. The
resumption of gambling, including "21"
and craps, in addition to poker, which
has always been played here since ex
Mayor Cauficld's administration Is con
sidered by many as evidence of the ful
fillment of the Mayor's promise.
Two strangers from Portland, with the
aid of local sports, captured the bank
roll in a "21" game In a Malh-street sa
loon here last night.
KILLS VERMIN AND MEN.
Two Janitors Die From Breathing
BLACKFOOT, Idaho. July 3.-3. S. Xehr
and Ferdinand Ieflohlc were found dead
today Id the Blackfoot flourmllls. The
men locked themselves In tho mill Satur
day night for the purpose of fumigating
it with bisulphide of carbon, with the
object of cxtecmlnatlnp vermin, and ad
monished Mr. Robert, the proprietor, not
to enter the. mill during Sunday, aa to
do so would interfere with their work.
TVhen the mill opened today, both wore
found dead, evidently having been over
come while making an effort to unlock
the door. Nchr leaves a family at Bonner,
Mont. Lcflohics parents reside here.
CANADIAN WORKING ITS WAY
Will Probably Get a Terminal in
SPOKANE. July 3. -The Canadian Paci
fic has won the first round In its fight
to secure terminal grounds on the north
bank of the river In this city for Its new
Hue. the Spokane International. In the
Superior Court this morning. . Judge
Huneke instructed the attorneys for the
Spokane International to prepare findings
of fact In their favor, rejecting the Great
Northern suit to secure a 30-foot right-of-way
through the new terminal grounds,
the Court holding that the Spokane Inter
national had shown priority of possession
and good faith.
No Titles in "Overlap' District.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. July 3.-Special.)
Word has bfsn received, here by the
register and receiver of the jaml office
from the Commissioner-General to hold
up all applications made In the "overtop"
district, where, evidence shows entry sub
sequent to. January 1. 15SS, and prior to
February 1, 1903. Action -will be taken
The order has been made owing to the
unsettled titles of the district which
comprises a large part of Southwestern
Teachers Get Certificates.
SALEM. Or.. July 3.--(Special.)-Tlic
State .Board of Educatiqn today granted
teachers papers as follows:
State certificates Mott-H; Arnold. Ru
gene; Katherlne Petraln. Portland; Nellie
J3.- Mam-el. O.lex; Fred 9. Crowley. Rlck
reall; Marie Church. Monmouth; Marxtf r.
Mickey. Medford; Anna Wagner; Stafford.
State life diplomas Grace Murray. Eu
gene: Lenore E. Powell, Rrownsville; Ol
llfc Morris. Scior Carrie M. Ridings. Mar-quam.
MAD WITH JEALOUSY
Farmhand Terrorizes Whole
Family All Night.
KILLS HIMSELF IN MORNING
Forces Woman to Parailc at .Point
of Gun and, Driven to Cover,
Bnrricndcs Himself in n
Room for Hours.
HILLSBORO. Or.. JtIy J. Sfeclal.)
Shcriff John W. Own reuirned this
ovenlnp from the H. D. Jennings ranch
near Gaston, where Harry McDonald,
aged between 35 and 40. committed sui
cide this forenoon after terrorizing the
family through the entire night.
McDonald came here with the Jen
nings several years ago, having been
picked up by them in the Slsklymis while
they were en route to Oregon from Cal
ifornia. He worked on their farm near
Gaston until last February, when he
left. He returned to the ranch Sunday
night, snapped a revolver twice at the
hired man and compelled Mrs. Jennings
to march up and down the highway In
front of the house.
A posse headed by Deputy Sheriff
Charles Wescott, of Gaston, wont to the
ranch at 5 this moraine; and tried to
take McDonald, who barricaded himself
In a room upon their approach. Harry
Russell of tlie posee commanded him
to come down stairs. McDonald opened
fire and shot twice, one shot from the
revolver powder burning: Russell's face.
He retired to the room and said he would
not be taken alive and threatened to
kill anyone who approached.
Sheriff Connell was notified at 7
o'clock this morning and left for the
Jennings ranch. About 2 minutes be
fore he arrived McDonald shot himself,
using a string tied to the trigger of a
shot gun and placing the muzzle In' his
mouth. The gun "was discharged hy his
foot and the top of his head blown off.
Sheriff Connell fired two or three shota
into the room after demanding entrance.
Being satisfied that the man had killed
himself, he climbed u'p a ladder and dis
covered the dead man lying on the floor.
Before killing himself McDonald had
written a note saying: "For the Jen
nings family. Good-bye to all." Pinned
to the note was a printed extract.
"Jealous." While the Jennings arc ret
icent. It is supposed that McDonald
was enamored of Mrs. Jennings and that
his suit was not encouraged. It is pop
ularly reported around Gaston tlwit Mc
Donald had killed a m.-n in California.
He wa fairly well educated and wrote a
It Is alleged that he was insane, but
the coroner Is Inclined to believe that
he was simply desperately jealous. Coro
ner Brown went to th scene of tho
tragedy this afternoon. Mrs. Jennings,
with whom McDonald was infatuated.
coukl not he found when the coroner
called " for her evidence.
HOSE RACES AT OREGON CITY
Astoria and Home Teams Each Cap
ture an Event.
for North Yakima Is now assured by'
Jesse H. Rose, the promoter. " He ar
rived here today from Lisbon, X. D.. .with
Andrew" Sandager. president of the State
Rank of Lisbon, who Is his chief backer
In the scheme to 'go over the field. E.
S. Hawkins.-who surveyed and construct
ed the White Pass and Yukon Railway,
has- been engaged as engineer for the un
dertaking. He will arrive, here Wednesday-
to put a force of men In the field to
make the preliminary survey.
Mr. Rose under the franchise he gets
is to have ten miles of electric railway
built up the Nachcs Ahtanum and Moxce
valleys by January 1. 1907. He has put
up. a forfeit of $5000 to begin the work
within six months. Mr. i Rose says he
will begin work as soon as the plans are
PREFER GOVERNMENT SCHEME
Strong Opposition to State's Recla
mation in Yakima.
OLYMPIA. Wash.. July 3. (Special.)
Governor Mead left today for Prosser to
deliver the Fourth of July oration. On
Wednesday he will visit Yakima "County
in company with 1-and Commissioner E
W. Ross and confer with irje residents of
that section concerning the "state's re
clamation scheme in the Yakima Valley.
The conference has been brought about
by the . strong opposition that has de
veloped in Yakima and Kittitas Counties
to the state's selection of the 55.000
acres. It is this selection that has been
pending before the Interior Department
for several months which. It is claimed
by Government reclamation engineers,
will prevent the Government proceeding
with any work in the Yakima Valley If
the selection Is approved.
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it Safety Valve 0 a
GATGH LEWIS ON THE HUN
WHEATON, ILL., ABSCONDER IS
ARRESTED IN SEATTLE.
Once Wealthy Mortgage Broker and
Society Man Now Fugitive In
surance Agent. w
SEATTLE. July 3. EL J. Iswls. an in
surance agent, was arrested Just as he
was boarding a steamer for an up-Sound
point yesterday by city detectives. He Is
Nlie-cd to have absconded from Wheaton,
Since last October, the police have had
a description of the man. but not until
yesterday was he located. Lewis Is a
middle-aged man of good appearance, and
had been working in Seattle and vicinity
as an Insurance agent. When taken to
the Police Station, the man admitted ho
was the party referred to In the circu
lar, and stated that he was not wanted
at present. He was locked up In the
OREGON "CITY, Or.. July X Special.)
'In the flrH day's hose races here to
day. Oregon City and Astoria oach cap
tured one first. Vancouver taking second
money In both everts.
Oregon City this morning won the wet
teat in 3S 1-5. Astoria failing to make
connection, the time being 3f. Vancouver
took second money, making the race In
38 1-5. The Astorians captured the dry
test this afternoon In 51. In what was a
beautiful race. Vancouver led and
covered the distance in 3?. Oregon's
City followed, and the timekeepers caught
the time at 31 flat, but an Investigation
by the judges disclosed that Peters, the
nozzlcman, had lacked by one-half a turn
of the nozzle of complying with the con
ditions governing the race, and thereby
the home team forfeited all claim to tho
prize. Following the unfortunate fluke,
which was but a repetition of Astoria's
HI luck of the morning, the Astoria lads
made the race in 31 fiat, and cot first
In the wet test this morning. Peters.
Oregon City's nozzlcman. fell when hear
the ond of the course, both wheels of the
cart passing over him below the knees,
but ho plucklly jumped to his feet and
ran the distance of two lengths of hose
and attached the nozzle in time to win
the race for Oregon City. He escaped
with only bruises.
Lewis Owes SI 00,000.
CHICAGO. July 3.-E. J. L.;wls. mort
gage broker, disappeared from Wheaton.
III., last October. A sensation followed
when examination of his books revealed
a shorting amounting to JKO.OOO. Many
of his creditors were women.
Lewis was a society man and golf en
thusiast at Wheaton and was trusted im
plicitly by business men and by farmers
In the districts surrounding the town who
left-tHblf money affairs entirely to him.
I Lewis had lived In Wheaton for over 10
years. There ws no suspicion of Ir
regularities In. his business affairs prior
to his disappearance.
Allows your full attention to the details of your business
"But," you say, "I have a good credit man."
Very good. The boiler has a good steam guage.
But it also has a safety valve.
OUR CREDIT-INDEMNITY BOND
Protects the Profits of Manufacturers or Whole
salers from the greatest dangerthat threatens them.
Covers all forms of Bankruptcy and Insolvency
Every clause Is clear, concise, positive.
You are human.
No human agency can, with certainty, guard
against. Credit Losses.
That's why you have bad accounts on your
books this very minute.
And vou can't tell what moment a whole
year's profit mnv drop maybe several years.
It's possible highly probable.
Payments to Policyholders Past Three Tears $2,127,930.00, which means that amount of Profits
destroyed by insolvency of customers was restored in spot cash through our Indemnity.
Read our booklet "Collateral on Merchandise Accounts." Fully explains Credit Insurance.
Sent free to any Manufacturer or Wholesaler who will write for it.
The American Credit-Indemnity Co. of New York
Capital, fully paid, $1,000,000.
5. M. rhelaa. Prculdrnt. E. N. Wheeler, .State Agent. Dektim Bldx.. Portland. Or.
302 Broadway, New York City Broadway and Locust Sts., St. Louis, Mo.
man from living off the earnings of a
fallen woman. As there is a considerable
number of this class here, the police made
a strong effort to secure a conviction and
succeeded despite the efforts of able at
torneys to free llomaki. Every avenue
of oscape was guarded and a search kept
up all night and todny. with the result
that Uomakl was captured tonight.
Filed in Cases
Object to Fishtrniis.
ASTORIA. Or., July 3.-(Speclal.)
At the meeting of the Columbia River
FLshermefi s Protective t'nlon. held on
Saturday evening, the ofHccrs of the
union were instructed to bring suits
against William Reese and William
Reeves to restrain them from operating
tneir nshtraps. and also to compel them I
to remove the traps. The traps In ques- J
tlon were recently driven on the north 1
side of the river near Point Elllce and !
are kcted In deep water, where the
glllnetters have ben accustomed to drift.
The papers In the suite were prepared
today and will p nied .In the Circuit
Court on Wednesday. They will charge
that the traps "interfere with the com
mon rights of fishing."
Light and Heating Bids Exorbitant.
ASTORIA. Or.. July 3. (Special.)
Captain floodale. Constructing Quarter
master. l S. A., has received Instruc
tions from the Quartermaster-General to
reject all the bids recently received for
iiiiiHiiinK noi-waier noating systems and
oleoirlo lights In the barrack buildings
at Fort Stevens, as the bids were con- ! character and had inveigled him out ol
sldered exorbitant. Captain Goodale will his money, making him temporarily In
readvertise for proposals on the electric sane. The Governor has the petition un
Ughtlng. I der advisement. The day set for Lauth'a
! execution Is July 13.
ASK FOR UFE IfPRIS OXMENT The Governor has al?o received a peti
tion signed by many prominent residents
of Jackson County asking that the death
sentence passed upon Andrew Dodson be
commuted to life Imprisonment. The rea
son given Is that A. M. Ingram lnstl-
SAL.EM. Or.. July 3. (Special.) Gov- gated he killing and led Dodson to take
crnor Chamberlain today received a pe- I part in the act; that Ingram was found
tition plgned by ba. large number of cltl- : guilty only of murder in the second de
zens of Clackamas County, asking that j gree and received a life sentence, and
the sentence of death Imposed upon j that it would be unjust to give Dodson
George Lauth be commuted to life Im- J the greater punishment. The men killed
prlsonment. The reason urged Is that William Dunlap. The date set for the
the woman he murdered was of bad t execution of DodMn ls August II.
SHOT JUSTICE AT DINNER
COL.EMAX BORE OLD GRUDGE
FROM HOLIDAY SEASOX.
TRAVEL FROM BAY CITY
FAIR IX ONE DAY.
Over One Hundred Thousand. People
Leave on-Trains In Two Days,
More 'Are Going. . .
Queer Requests or Suicide.
HOLLISTER. Cal.. July 3,-Gitstav A.
Kohn. a native of Hambunr. Germany,
committed suicide here by taking mor
phine. He left a will In which he "di
rected that his heart should be cut out
and placed on his coffin outslda of his
body. The doctor performing the wen-Ice
Is to -receive $S0. He asked that no one
should see him after death, and that no
mourners should follow him to the- grave.
Prisoners Celebrate Fourth.
SALEM. Or.. July 3. (Speclal.)-Prison-ers
at the Oregon penitentiary will-give a
minstrel and musical" entertainment In
the prison chapel on the evening of July
. About 20 prisoners will participate.
Only a few persons outside the .prison
foroe will be admitted.
He Rose From the Table. Shot and
Fled Victim. Dies Reaching
CHEHALIS. Wa.b.. July 3. (Special..)
The Coroner's jury called by Jutnlce of
the Peace Coleman, of Riff, to Investi
gate the murder and suicide there yes-1
tcrday. found "That Julian Coleman and .
Mack Justice had been eating dinner !
with a family named Christian. There I
was no quarrel and no warm words, but j
Coleman rose quickly from the table, j
started towards the door, pulled hl re- j
volver'and fired point blank at Justice.!
The bullet passed through the right
breast. Justice got up and staggered i
Into the back yard. He bled profusely. 1
but later re-entered the hoiw and while
in the act of reaching for a rifle hanging I
on the wall, fell dead.
"Coleman hastened to the bank of the
Cowlitz River, crossing to Swnle and.
going half a mile around, came out with
in a quarter of a mile of Christian's
home. There on the gravel bar h put
his gun to the side of his head and killed
The authorities are waiting for word
from Justice's father at Boggs. W. Va-.
to learn what disposition to mike of the
body. It Is stated jthe men had quarreled
at the Rlffe r-choolhous during the holi
day season. They left Chchalls together
Saturday and had been drinking.
who Seek the ma-rimum 0f
FAST COLOR FABRICS m
Dealers hare thsa
or ji.o 5-
CLUETT, PEABODY& CO.
TROY, ft. Y. iSq?"
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
R. E. McFarland In Bankruptcy.
LEWISTOX. Idaho. July 3. (Special.)
R. E. McFarland. ex-Attorney-General of
Idaho, filed with .the Referee In Bank
ruptcy a petition of voluntary bankruptcy.
He alleges assets, less exemptions, to the
amount of 5600. and liabilities of $7000.
Colic rbcI Diarrhoea.
Pains In the stomach, colic and diar
rhoe are quickly relieved by the, use' of
ChamberValn's Colic. Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remery. When in need of such a
medicine, jdve it a trial. For sale by all
SAN FRANCISCO. July 3. (Special.)
All records for travel have been
broken here during: .the last few days
and the exodus continues unabated.
Durlngr. Saturday and Sunday 100,000
people, lefjt. the city, 0,000 of whom It
i is figured have departed for Summer
vacations. Twenty-five thousand left
today-j an'd It Is' estimated that 100.000
more will leave tomorrow. This, of
course, does nqt represent San Fran
cisco alone, but Includes the tourist
travel of the state and the East which i
pours througli the city.
The rush at this time is dueto"the ! two. one for Charles
holidays and closing of schools, which I for Beadle Bros,
ended their "term on Friday. -
If the travel along: the. coast is heavy
the exodus toward Portland. Shasta and
the Sierra1 -lne.ven .heavier -Twepty
extra sleepers had to"tc attached to
the trains leaving- here for Portland
and Tarhoe yesterday. The - Portland
train took 13 extra ones and there were
seven put on the travel to Tahoe.
Some Idea of the travel can be gained
from the fact that No. 12. bound for
Portland, was run In" two sections and
carried out of this city 1208 people.
Train 1C on the same day and also
hound for Portland was run in three
sections and took 1SO0, making a record
of 3000 pasengers on trains 12 and 16 j Sallle Galler.
nil line u.. cigm i'ini eiciKS nave
had to be put to work to get out tickets
and ship them for sale for otfier points.
Every available coach and Pullman
car Is being used by the Southern Pa
cific on Its northbound trains, and a
hurry order for 30 more Pullmans has
been sent East, hut has so far no re
sponse. Extra sleeping cars on the
trains have tended hut little to reduce
Lindstrom Company Will Give Em
ployment to One Hundred Men.
ABERDEEN. Wash.. July 3 (Spe
cial.) The John Lindstrom Shipbuilding
Companv landed its third contract to
day, when Oliver J. Olson, of San Fran
Cisco, signed papers for a steam schoon
cr to be 183 feet long, with 13 feet depth
of hold, and 3 feet beam. The contract
price. ?T0.f" . is the same as the other
Hlggins and one
The three schooners will give employ
ment to ICO men up to the New Year.
These contracts will make one of th
busiest seasons In shipbuilding' ever
known In Aberdeen.
Fred Hart, secretary of . the Gray's
Harbor Towinp Company since Its or
ganization three years ago. resigned to
day and whs succeeded by M. R. Sherwood.
R. T. FEIX CODRAOD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
similating theFoodaMBeg da
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Tot Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
ness andEestContains neither
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Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
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EXACT CQ&X OF WHAEEER.
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THC CINTAUH COHMNT, (IIWYOM CfTY.
t reclle. Mcth Ptde.
Raab, and Vila Diarist,
ana trtrj Dltmwi
fa beauty, and U
5m dttectloc. It
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TROLLEYS IX THE YAKIMA
Ten Miles Will Be "Pushed Through
In Yenr and One-Half.
NORTH YAKIMA. Wash.. July 3.
EjtcLaJL) The electric raUjtay system
NORTH YAKIMA. Wash.. July 3.
(Special.) The mystery surrounding the
robbery and setting fire the house of Mrs.
German, who claims to
have been robbed of J3SO0, Is gradually
being solved. The tin box In which the
money was kept was found this afternoon
under the house occupied by the robbed
woman and a cloth in which the box
had been wrapped was found beneath a
potato hill in the garden. A search war
rant has been sworn out against three
persons supposed to -be connected with
the robbery, but it has not yet been
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llomaki Free for r Day.
ABERDEEN. Wash.. July 3. (Special
Carelessness of the Sheriffs office force
permitted Anton llomaki. under sentence
of four years' at Walla Walla, to escape
Sunday evening. llomaki was arrested
under the state law, which prohibits, a, kaC. sxMka4 Hated Pbirxaacj,'
Is mo worn uueajo oa
earth, yet tbe cutest
cur WiiN you
KNOW WHAT TO DO.
Many hav ulmplea.
spou on the skin, sores
m in mourn, uicers.
falllcr hair. bous
pains, catarrh, and
iton't know it Is
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aeosto. 8o:a la Portland, ontr or biULZii.
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