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XTTE MORNING OREGOXIAX, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1909.
Linnton People Complain to
Court of Condition of the
FRANCHISE IS VIOLATED
No Attention to ProTlslons Paid by
rnlted Railways County Court
Will Repair Road and Charge
Part to the Company.
. Llnrton people sprang a surprise on
the County Court yesterday morning by"
ftolng In a body, 18 or 20 strong, and.
demanding that action be taken at once
to place the Linnton road In good con
dition. They complained- that the
United Railways Company, after laying
its track, has left the road in a dilapi
dated condition, and said that repairs
should be commenced immediately In
order to place the road In good shape
before the Kail rains begin.
County Commissioner Llghtner said
that tne county will Itself go ahead
with the work on the Linnton road in
about two weeks, and will charge the
railway -company its proportion of the
cost. The company Is compelled by the
terms of Its franchise to haul all the
crushed rock and gravel for the county
Mr. Llghtner believes the county's
new rock crusher near Linnton will be
In operation within a week or two. He
said the complaint of the railway com
pany had been that no rock was avail
able for repairing the road. Judge
Webster said the company had been
Ifrequently requested to level up the
'road If it could not obtain the roclc
!to oomplete the work of macadamizing,
(but that it had failed to do anything
!at all. Ha said the Commissioners had
(talked of cancelling the franchise and
of tearing up the tracks, but that there
I was some question as to whether this
( could lawfully be done.
The franchise, granted by the County
! Court May 16. 1908. provides for the
! feet for Its entire length before any
l railroad construction work Is begun,
the expeuse of thus widening to be
1 borne by the railway company. The
! franchise further states In plain Eng
i lish that the road must be placed in
' as good condition as It was before
ground was broken for the track, and
that the company must charge not mora
than a 5-cent fare between Portland
and Linnton. The railway company
must also construct, gratis, 600-foot
spurs to any rock quarries or gravel
pits maintaineo. oy mo cwunw
Regarding the 6-cent-fare suit, now
pending in the Circuit Court, Mr.
Llghtner says he believes the company
will lose. believe any man who
tenders his 5-cent fare between Port
land and Unnton, and refuses to pay
more. wlK not be ejected from, the com
pany's cars," continued Mr. Llghtner.
It was my understanding when the
franchise was granted that the com
pany was to charge only 6 cents for
the ride between the downtown dis
trict in Portland and the center' of
In case the company falls to meet
any of the provisions of Its franchise.
Including the macadamizing of the road
to the satisfaction of the County Court,
the franchise provides on its face that
It shall be forfeited. It seads:
If at any time, the rnlted Railways
Company shall tall or refuse to do any
thing which It undertakes to do In this
order at the time and In the manner herein
specified, or if It fall to begin the work
of constructing said railway line within the
time above specified, or to complete the
same within 'the time above provided, then
and In that event It shall forfeit all the
rights herein granted, and from the time
of such failure or refusal. It shall be held
and deemed to be a trespasser and all of
its property of every kind rnay b sum-
marlly removed at Its expense by the
county from the right of way hereinabove
granted, and all rights herein granted shall
be forfeited and held for naught.
Commissioner Llghtner said yester
day that the company will be held
'strictly to the provisions of the fran
chise. YOCTH AFTER MEALS XABBED
Applicant ror County Charity Found
to Be Released Prisoner.
It is not likely that Peter Newman,
sent to Kelly Butte from the Municipal
Court for 60 days on account of larceny,
and recently released, will apply again
to the Associated Charities for aid. Giv
ing his name as Charles Foster, he re
cently made application, not for work,
but for meal tickets. From his youthful
appearance he was considered a fit sub
ject for the Juvenile Court to deal with,
and was placed In charge of Chief Pro
bation Officer Teuscher. who decided, on
account of the young fellow's appearance,
to keep him In custody until his identity
could be learned.
Foster told a hard-luck story, but when
confronted with his record, admitted he
had Just been released from the rockpll.
He promised o return to his horn In
HE ASKS $15,000 FOR HIS ARM
James Plnder Sues Railway for
Damages Due to Car Accident.
James Plnder considers his right arm
worth 115.000 and has brought suit in tne
Circuit Court to obtain that amount from
the Portland Railway. Light & Power
Company. Ex-United States Senator Fui
ton is the plaintiffs attorney.
On the night of May 29. complains Pln
der. he attempted to alight near a awen
at Arbor. Lodge from a crowded Mount
tt ., it was raining, and the steps
were slrppery. Plnder says that as he
was about to sfen off the car the con
duetor rave the starting signal, and the
car moved, throwing iiim beneath the
rear wheels, which ran over his right
arm and body.
POORFARM SALE IX TAXGLE
County Commissioners Refuse to Ac
cept $30,000 Deposit.
A fight is on between the County Court
and V. A. Spanton. who recently pur
chased the old County Poorfarm on the
Canvon road. When the county accepted
his bid. he paid J5000 as an evidence of
sood faith, and was to pay 130.000 witn-
in a specified time, and receive a deed.
In turn he was to give a mortgage for
the payment of the balance of the pur
chase price. $154,000. The $30,000
Davment is now about 30 days overdue.
When Spanton went to the Courthouse
yesterday morning, and laid the sack
containing $."0,000 In gold, and loo inter
est for the time it was overdue, on the
table before Judge Webster and Commls
sloners Llghtner and Barnes, they re
fused to-aocept It. Judge Webster; when
MATJf o. A 1040. Mattnsee
It Cnnri.v. Ulll HalldSTl.
v rV 15-25-50C
Week Starting; August 16 John Hyams and
Leila Mrlntyre. Row Kojral. Cnnningham
Marion. IVoods Woods 'trio. Hayes 4 John
son. The Musical Trio, t athryn Bowe Palmer.
Phones Main 4683: A 1026.
Prices SO. 20 and 10 rents.
Opening of The Athon Stock Co., present
ing Effie Ellsler's OreateM New oriL Success
"A Drama With a Moral'' Oreater than a
Sermon. Elaborate Scenic Production. Mat
inees Sunday. Tuesday. Thursday, Satur
day. Curtain 8:15. Matinees. 2:15.
WEEK OF AUGI8T
The (3) R0HRS
Tift.h and Washineton St8.
In the heart of the business and shopping district. The
t kh'iWSL. most modern and up-to-date hotel in the Northwest.
Ik3''irky.-:'i!)'. T .! l.nn j;.t.n.. nlinnu in avBTT mnm. RoOtUS
ipaA&Jk aaiwitn private bath, en suite and
nBl.lyi:n0'erate'y e1u'PPed sample-rooms.
.,' - tj.-y xne I rriiins noiei unu announces music nsiiy uuruia
St-t-JIC dinner and after the theater, by the famous Marfcee Orchestra.
"The Glorious Harvest Days Are Here"
Throughout the barley growing belt of the great northwest the farmer is now
gathering the golden grain. The.cream of the northern crop is always selected by our
expert grain buyers, shipped to St. Louis and forms the basis of our world famous
The King of All Bottled Beers ; , .
The product of the best barley and hops grown in the world. Budweiser has brought,
the glow of health to many and has helped to make our country a nation of strong
men and women.
The Most Popular Beer in the World
Bottled Only at the
Sr Lnuis. U. S. A.
CORKED OR WITH CROWN CAPS
questioned late yesterday afternoon, said
he had not decided to accept tne com.
It ie believed the County Court now
has In sight a better offer for the prop
erty. Immediately alter opam
was accepted It developed that a syndi
cate had been formed for the purchase
of the farm. Suit in the Circuit Court
followed and delayed the making oi tne
130.000 payment. Spanton now says the
cash must be accepted because the phrase
'4mA ia thA essence of this contract"
was not included in the contract.
HEYMAXS ENTERS DEMURRER
rails to Plead to Forging Death Cer
tificate of Golda Rowland.
-curiae n Hevmens. nhara-ed
with forging the death certificate of
Golda W. Rowland, entered a demurrer
to the Grand Jury's Indictment when
he was called upon to. enter nis piea
before Circuit Judge Gatens yesterday.
He says the facts in the indictment are
not a sufficient basis for criminal ac
tion. Heymans- wife was in court with
him yesterday. '
Mrs. Anna Heymans. wife of 'Dr.
Heymans. was found guilty In the Muni
cipal Court yesterday oi tnreaiemng tne
life of Dr. William Eisen. and was forced
bv Judge Bennett to make bond In the
sum of $1000 as a guarantee against
gntfMtBi' sv i
..air .' WVs'tB'ita
Blumauer & Hoch
carrying out her alleged threat. Mrs. H.
S. Reynolds, who figured recently in
Justice Olson's court by having her hus
band, proprietor of a grocery at S34 Al
berta street, arrested on an assault
charge, was one of those to sign Mrs.
The following- entered their pleas:
William Cairns and James Dunn,
charged Jointly with burglary, pleaded
not guilty; A. L. Gray, larceny in
dwelling, not guilty; Anthony Conrad,
statutory, not guilty; T. Hazlnaka, two
charges of assault, not guilty; Andy
Morck, assault and robbery, not guilty.
Andy Powell was arraigned on an
assault charge, and will plead at 2 P.
M. Friday. Ernest Newton demurred
to a statutory charge, and Charles Lee
will plead Monday to a similar charge.
Circuit Court Notes.
Mrs. Sarah A. Ruse secured. a divorce
from Arthur Ruse yesterday morning.
Circuit Judge Gatens granting the decree.
Mrs. Ruse said her husband deserted her
in tha Fall of 190. while they were liv
ing at Weiser, Idaho. They were mar
ried at Payette in March, 1894. The
father was given the care of the 10-year-old
child by consent of the mother.
Presiding Circuit Judge Bronaugh will
call the docket in the Circuit Court next
Monday morning, and will set cases for
trial. He announces that he will not set
cases at any other time before the open
ing of fhe next term, 'Tuesday, Septem
ber 7. -
Shoalwater to Be Diked.
ASTORIA. Or.. Aug. 18. (Special.) The
Brov.-n Diking Company, which recently
i-nmnWed the work of reclaiming several
of land on Tenas Illihee
Island, has taken a contract to dike a
large tract of tideland on Shoalwater a ,
and the diking machine will be towed to
South Bend by fhe tug Wallula In a few
DATL1T METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Aug. 18 Maximum tempera
ture 90.7 degrees; minimum. 61.1 degrees.
River reading at 8 A. M.. 6.1 feet; change In
last 24 hours. .4 foot. Total rainfall (5 P.
M to 6 P. 31.), none: total since September 1,
isiig. 86.0S Inches; normal. 44.78 inches: de
ficiency, 8.70 Inches. Total sunehlne August
17, 14 hours, 6 minutes; possible. 14 hours, 8
minutes. Barometer (reduced to sea-level), at
8 P. M., 28.84 Inches.
During the last 12 hours the barometer has
fallen decidedly over Western Oregon and
over the Interior of Northern California.
Cloudiness has increased along the coast and
thunder storms have occurred In Nevada and
Utah. The temperatures have risen slightly
In the North Pacific States and the hottest
weather of the season was experienced at
Portland, where the thermometer rose to 81
degrees, which stage was reached at 4 P. M.
Previous to today the highest temperature
Matinees I:S0. Even
ri t 1 jt f ain
Verm de Basslnl
Matinee Price, 15o;
Even Ins; Prices, 18c
Box Seats, 50c
PANT AGES THEATER
Advanced Vandevllle Stars of Ail Nations.
sensation or Europe,
K The ftanesetti Trwine 6
Special Added Attraction Miss Mary Hamp
ton, late Helasco star, ana nrat time m
vaudeville, in "The Melodrama"; The Goy't
T.ln 17.,irnn.9n act fpattirlnf? the famous
acrobatic Canine. "Daisy"; Martin Brothers,
premier xylophone artists: Leo White, Il
lustrated song: Harvey & lea. humorous
Hebrew comedians; Gladys Mlddleton,
charming character vocalist. Popular prices.
Matinee dally, curtain 2:10. r.Mt ana v.
Famous Russian Violinist.
MANY OTHER FINE PICTURES.
John F. Cordray, Lessee . and Mgr.
. Skating Kink.
Cars Sd and Yamhill
'Bus Meets all trains.
HOIKJj rREX9 to.
Rates f 1 and no
F. J. Richardson, PTes.
L. a. 8H1TLA.NP, See'
Headquarters "There's a Reason"
Seventh and Washington
Phil. Metschan & Sons, Props.
Long Distance Phone
la Every Room.
Rates $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
Corner Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Sta.
Aug. 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22.
Games begin week days 3:30 P. M.;
Sunday, 2:0 P. M.
Admission Bleachers, 25c; Grand
stand, 50c; Boxes, 25c extra. Children:
Bleachers, 10c; Grandstand, 25c.
Ladles' Day Friday.
Boys under 12 free to bleachers
this year was 90 degrees, which mark was
reached on June 10. During July the max
imum temperature was 88 degreea
The conditions are favorable for fair
weather In this district Thursday, with lower
temperatures In Western Oregon, except near
Ftr the 28 hours ending midnight, Aug. 19:
Portland and vicinity Fair and cooler;
Oregon Fair, cooler, sxcept near the coast;
Washington Fair; northwest winds.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Observations taken at S P. M., Pacific time,
E a o
Martmfleld. . . . .
00 10 1 NW
00 6 W
00,12!3 0S 6.SB
.00. 18l W
00 8 NW
Chehalis Folk Go a-Touring.
CHEHALIS. Wash., Aup. 18. (Special.)
To Maintain Your Natural Vigor
during -the warm Summer months, a gentle tonic is approved by most physicians. Beer is one of the
healthiest and most agreeable tonics known,, provided it is absolutely pure.
Combines everything that is best in the art of brewing and the name stands for unexcelled
, QUALITY and PURITY. Summer will be made more enjoyable by the moderate use ot this su
perior beer. '
OUR BOTTLED BEERS
COLUMBIA EXPORT KAISERBLUME
re brewed undr the most sanitary conditions, every bottle being thoroughly sterilized and pasteurized.-
SEND YOUR ORDERS TODAY. We deliver to all parts of the city on the West bide
f the river. On Monday, Wednesday and Friday, north of East Bumside street. On Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, south of East Bumside; North Albina, Wednesday; Sellwood, Thursday
K&iserblume, large size, per case of one
dozen, $1.90. , nn '
Small size, per case of two dozen, $2.10.
Columbia and Export, large size, $1.75 per
case of one dozen.
Small size, $1.90 per case of two dozen.
An additional charge of 50c will be made for shipping case, on out-of-town orders, which will be
refunded upon its return. Allowance of 40c will be made upon return of case and empty bottles.
HENRY WEINHARD BREWERY
PHONE A 1172. MAIN, 12 PORTLAND, OREGON
COST OM MXaXION POT .1, ART
FOR TOI R1STS and
Special rates mad
to families and sln
Ifle gentlemen. The
management will be
pleased at nil times
to shore rooms and
aire prices. A mod
ern Turkish Bath
establishment In the
H. C. BOWERS,
! HOTEL OREGON j
C0ENZR SEVENTH AND STARK STREETS
Portland's New and Modern Hotel. Rates $1 per Day and Up
WRIGHT - DICKINSON HOTEL CO., Props.
X F. DAVIES. President
. 0. 0. DAVIS, Sec. and Treaa.
St. Charles Hotel
FRONT AND MORRISON. PORTLAND. OR.
EUROPEAN PLAN ' MS 50c T0 ?160
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION.
Park St., between
Morrison and Alder.
A Strictly First - CUs nd
Modern Hotel Containing 170
Rooms. Only American and
European Hotel in Portland
Lang Distance Phones
In K T r J Room.
Free 'Bus Meets
Kates American, per day and
Rotes European, .0 per day and up.
Per month. elnajW room and board. J4B M
$46. aeoordlnc e room. Far two. 75
Loard. without room $ per month
ELEVENTH, OFF WASHINGTON ST.
BEAUTIFUL GRILL ROOM
European Flan Rates to Families
Our Bus Meets All Trams
iample Suites with Baths for Commercial TraTelers.
"The House of Welcome," corner Park and Alder.
Portland's newest and most modern hotel. European
plan. Single, $1.50 and up. Double, $2.00 and up.
Our omnibus meets all trains.
C. W. CORNELIUS. H. E. FLETCHER,
Corner ef Tenth and Alder Sree.
(One sauare west of Arlington Club)
Ju6t opened and VnrSSTO Me'fin not leave
Bus meets an irums.
V. M. SEWARD, Proprietor.
Hf. K. CLARKE, Mamzcr.
Corner Fourteenth and Washington
New Hotel. Elegantly Furnished.
Rates. $1.00 and Up
European Plan. 'Bus Meet All Trains.
M. E. FOLEY, PROPRIETOR.
CORNER THIRD AND MAIN STS.
Rates $1, $1.50, $2
Phones In every room.
CLATSOP BEACH SEASIDE. OR.
Portland's: Nearest Beach Resort-Via A. & C R. R. Open All Year
Directly overlooking the Pacific Ocean. A delightful bummer and
Winter resort. Hot salt baths and surf bathing. Sea foods a spe
cialty Walks, drives and boating. DAN J. MOORE, Prop.
Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. A. C. St. John,
Mr. and Mrs Frank Everett. Mr and Mrs.
N. B. Coffman and Miss Ethelyn Coff
man left In Mr. Everett's automobile for
a month's trip to California. The gentle
men are all prominent business -men of
Chehalis. Today Professor J. T. Forrest,
his son Earl and daughter. Miss Veda,
of Belllngham. are in the city en route
to California with a comfortable wagon,
well equipped for living out of doors for
the next year. Mr. Forrest Is at the
head of the mathematlo department of
the State Normal at Belllngham and prior
to going there was City Superintendent
of the Chehalis public schools.
When the digestion Is all right, the
action of the bowels regular, there is
a natural craving and relish for food.
When, this is larking you may know
that you need a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and I.iver Tablets. They
strengthen the digestive organs. Im
prove the appetite and regulate tha