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THE MOKMNG OKEGOSIAS, FRIDAY. XOV EMBER 3. 1911.
GOSPEL OF SOIL IS
TOLD TO HUNDREDS
Demonstration Train Is Sec
end to Arrive Over O.-W.
R. & N. at Bend.
RANCHERS' INTEREST KEEN
Many Central Oregon rarrneT Are
Present to Hear Lrvturcs of
K.tporta After Traveling,
Nearly 100 Miles.
BT APntSO-f BENNETT.
REDMOND. Or, Not. 2. (Special.)
Th first train over the O.-W. R.
K R. R south of MetoltUi. reached th
end of th present line at Bend last
sight anl tha cond wu th demon
stration train which arrived at tha
am placa In time to begin tho cere
monies at the stipulated time today.
I'erhapa It waa thla enterprise, thl
determination on the part of Trafflo
Manager Miller and hla associates to
take the Terr first opportunity to
how their int-rest In the eettlera that
waa responsible for the larce number
f people present to meet our train.
They came from all directions and
with the evident intent to learn from
the best tearhera In the atate how to
ai:rniount t!e dlfflcultlrs that beaet
the rtrst-comers in any country, t-orno
of them rame from the Hampton Val
ley, SI m!ir eaat of here.
Leaa Trip" Made.
rne farmer from that aoctton. W. J.
Paa.iett. drove that long distance on
brha'.f of Mmself and four or fire
neighbors to hear the lecture. jet the
ae.d mats and field peaa being dis
tributed, and obtain a aupply of the
various bulletin being attributed by
the Oregon Agricultural College offi
ciala. From the Plstera country, from the
other aertlona eaat of the Deschutes,
came a delegation of more than 100.
From the Powell Butte region, the
Trlnevllle and Ochoco vicinities came
many othera and when the cars were
thrown open and the lecture began
there tnnt have been TOO or so aa at
tentive listener aa any apeakera ever
dtireaeed. And after 11 la said, that
la the fact that Impresses the apeakera
and others with the train more than
anything elae thla deep Interest of
thoae whom th trip waa planned to
At 1 o'clock thla afternoon the train
waa at the Redmond depot, and about
11 that haa been aald about tha Bend
adlence can be aald about that to
greet tha apeakera here.
Basel Flora Weleessew
Tha Redmond band waa out to meet
t and tha number of auditor waa
perhaps even little greater here than
t Bend, and one of the best featurea
of tha afternoon meeting waa the fact
that many who listened Intently at
fiend were here to listen to the same
apeakera on the aame themee again.
Thla ahowa with what deep Interest
the eettlera receive the word of ad
vice and cheer being given them.
Forhapa It wtll not be out of place
to make mention of the potato chow
held her thla afternoon. But It waa
an eye opener to our party to see the
flneat exhibit of tha "spud" family
they had ever viewed. And many of
the best of them were grown far
above the ditches, and aorae of these,
aome of the flneat. were volunteers.
There I great hope for a successful
future for country that can raise
1 remember thst In many letter I
have written from Crook County. I
have told the people to pin their faith
to the cow. the hog and potato. And
In that most remarkable talk of Pro
fessor Kcudder'a last Spring at Prtne
ville. he told the people the " same
thing. And along those lines the set
tlers are to a great extent proceed
ing, and If this doc not become a fa
mou ectton for hog and dairy prod
uct and "spuds. then all signs fall.
One day you will aee aome one of
these towns ship aa many carloada of
potatoes a year aa Can by now does,
aay 300 or too.
Then. Indeed. Central Oregon, or the
Deschutes portion of It. will be a sec
tion of the state excelling In a pros
perity which now we only dream
about, dreams which demonstration
trains like the present will hasten by
many year to become realities.
VALUATIONS GROW IN LINN
Property aa Assessed fhowi Gala of
S,1 10 In Year.
ALB ANT. Or- Nov. 1. 5peclal.)
The total assessed value of Una County
property, exclusive of that owned by
public service corporations, is S2&.35&.
0. When th State Tax Commission
rrport It assessment of public sen Ice
corporation property the total of tha
roll wt:i be more than tZS 000.000. A
ersaor McKnlght completed the sum
mary of the roll todsy. showing a gain
of MS4.110 over last years valuation.
This represents the actual growth of
the county, aa no Increase was made In
Ire scale of assessment.
A summary of the roll follows: 19$.
140 acres of tillable land. lt.4iS.4S;
T?o.m acrea of non-tillable land. II.
sfj. ITS: Improvement on deeded land.
$1,144 SOS. town and city lota. $l.0.5:
Improvements on town and city lots.
ll.tvPlX): improvement on land not
deeded. 114. 4f.; loa-slng reads. S4S.000;
machinery, etc.. I 7.1 iS; merchandise
and stock In trade. $777. 0IS; farming
Implements. $:1S.:0: money. $:M.J9i:
notes and accounts. 9421.070; eharee of
stock. HIT. M0: household goods, etc
I377.4J0. iS4 horses and mules. 44S.
Hoi; U.J IS cattle. -:VS75; i:.S0 sheep
and goats. t?.la: 7331 swine. I3M4&;
list dogs. tSt:o; water dltcbea. :3.00.
CASE PUT UP TO WEST
Coventor Asketl to Approve Kc-qnNI-Uon
of Alleged Kidnaper.
SALEM. Or, Nov. , (Special.) Re
quisition papers for W. A. Rmker. the
I-enver Sheriff who is Indicted on a
charge of kidnaping I -co W. Martin,
were received at the office of Governor
West today and await his decision. Tha
executive Is out of the city and prob
ably wtll not return until tomorrow or
possibly the next day.
The Indictment on which la based
the application fur requisition la Joint
ly aimed at W. A. Klnker and Detec
tives Moloney and Mallet. Andy
Weinberger la named as tae officer to
return Klnkvr to Oregon.
Witnessee before the grand Jury are
ahown to have been Leo W. Martin. J.
Jackson. Andy Weinberger. William X.
Oaten a. J. 1L Bush. Henry Griffin. 1L C
rrladeL Eugene Brooking. Marshall
Earle. Frank KonopekL F. M- Ham
burger. John A. Collier. John C Mo
loney and Fred Mallet t. by request, and
City Detectives Moloney snd MalletC
Indicted on a charge of kidnaping Leo
W. Martin, have been cited by Judge
Gatens to appear In hta court tomor
row and show cause why they should
not be punished for contempt of court.
Tiie order also includea the Denver
Deputy Sheriff. Washington A. Rinker.
who was eklng to take Martin back
to tho State of Colorado to atand trial
for an alleged crime.
Attorney J. C. McCu said yesterday
that requisition par-era asking for the
ext.-ad'Uune of Rinker from Colorado
had been forwarded to Governor West.
West a action is awaited with interest
because cf his having advised Rinker
to take Martin frcm Oregon despite
the habeas corpus proceedings in Judge
Dorr.Lts rorTT rsior.iT,
TW H'K PIOF.KR. OOES TO
1119 LAST HKWARD.
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D. W. Stearaa.
OAKLAND, Or.. Nov. I. (Spe
cial.) After twice making a trip
to Oregon, once via Nicaragua
and once via Panama, and almost
9 years of age, D. W. Btearns. a
resident of Douglas County, died
at his home In Oakland Saturday.
Mr. Stearns came to Oregon
over the Nicaragua route to Cal
ifornia with his wife and two
chll.lren In 153. He came over
the Panama route In 1S4S and re
turned In 1851. Mr. Stearns cam
to Scottshurg In 1SS4. and to Oak
land In 1S76. He was born In
Chesterfield. N. H.. December 11.
l:i, and was msrrled to Almlra
Fay January S. 147. Mrs. Stearns
died February 6. 1911. He la sur
vived by five sons: G. J.. A. F, J.
W. and R. 8. Stearns, of Oakland.
and Judge 8. B. Stearns, of Port- T
land. Mr. Stearns was assistant I
quartermaster during the Indian I
War cf Southern Oregon and waa
member of the House of Repre
. sent at I res In 1374 and was elect
ed to the Senate In 130 to 1S84.
Ha waa a prominent stockralser.
Gatens' court subsequent to the sign
ing of the extradition papers.
FIRE DANGER IS LESSENED
Eastern Oregon Tlmhermen Com
bine to Minimise iosse.
6ALKM. Or, Nov. . (SpeclaL) State
Forester returned today from Eastern
Oregon, where he haa been for several
days In company with A. P. Pprague. of
Portland, and L. S. Hill, of Cottage
Orove. membera of the State Board of
Forestry. Mr. Elliott says there la a
aplrlt of co-operation among the timber
men of Eastern Oregon which promises
to reduce Are loss to a minimum In that
section of tha state. Leasing of lands
to aheep ownera for grsxln-g purposca
haa proved to be a great preventive
of Are in the eastern counties, he aays.
The members of the boarrl held meet
tnga with tlmbermen at Baker. Elgin
and Wallowa, and a sentiment was
aroused for local orgsnlsatlon. al
though local organisation there, said
the Forester. Is not ao easential as west
of the mountains.
"Many of those who were opposed to
our plan last year we found highly fa
vorable to It this year." said Mr. Elliott
"Our mission waa to acquaint the tlm
bermen with the plana and policies of
the board, especially aa to cleaning op
during the Winter, burning the slash
ings and reducing lira danger."
EXPLOSION F0LL0WS FIRE
Italian House-Owner Believed to
ITave Been Blackmail Victim.
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LAJ3 A.UE.I.r..- . J "
Ing which, residents of the neighbor
hood declared, was an explosion, de-
BANK TO PAY BACK
Depositors at Philomath Are
Assured by Examiner.
REORGANIZATION IN VIEW
Tangled Affalra of Institution to Be
Smoothed at Earliest Moment.
Preliminary Hearing of Cash
ler Set for November 4.
' SALEM. Or.. Nov. 2 . Special.)--Every
depoeitor in the closed Philo
math State Bank will be paid back
dollar for dollar, according to a state
ment made by Will Wright. Superin
tend of Banks, who haa Just returned
from that town, after passing several
days examining the affalra of the in
stitution. The director of the bank
will make good any deficit that might
exist and the settlement will be made,
says Mr. Wright, a iooh aa the tangle
la straightened out.
This move of the directors to make
good any deficit which may occur will
be followed shortly afterward by a-reorganisation
of the bank, probably un
der entirely new management and In
entirely new hands. Whether It will
even assume the old name is doubtfuL
What the deficit will be which the
directors will be colled upon to face
Mr. Wright waa not prepared to an
nounce, saying it probably would be
several daya before any definite atate
ment aa to the liabilities and the as
sets would be ready to be given out.
The preliminary hearing of James
Evars. cashier, who is under arrest,
will be Saturday morning and In the
meantime the work of straightening
out the banks difficulties will betaken
up aa rapidly as possible. In order to
give the depositors a chance at their
money at the earliest feasible moment.
Mr. Wright Intends to return to
Philomath and continue his work. .
"PRUDES" STIff COURT
EDITOR OF TACOMA COLOXY
PAPER IS ACCCSED.
Critics of Immodest Bathing Prompt
Attack on Law to Which Judge
TACOMA, Wash.. Nov. 2 Judge
Chapman, of the Superior Court, today
upheld the constitutionality of the state
law against abuse of the rights of free
speech and free press, said , fn,lln
aome of the most stringent Inhibitions
of sny similar law in the United States
In the course of his opinion, the court
differentiated between criticism of the
antl-treatlng law. Tacomas famous
freak measure, snd fault-finding with
legislation manifestly for the moral
good of the community.
The question of constitutionality
wss brought up In the case of Jay Fox.
editor of the Home Colony agitator,
charged with editing printed matter
tending to encourage and advocate dis
respect for law. He wrote and. pub
lished an article entitled "The Nudes
and The Prudes." defending the prac
tice of nude bathing among tha colon-
Home colony folks have been In the
habit of bathing in the nude on the
beach. Neighboring ranchera objected
thlsSummer and the Prosecuting At
torney's office caused the arrest of
some of tha men and women of the
In demurring to the charge counsel
for Fox attacked the constitutionality
of the law. arguing that the Fox case
was the same as dally newspapers'
criticism of the tariff law, or the local
antl-treatlng law, also that It was
curtailment of free speech.
l' would not hold." said the Court,
"that this statute curtails free speech,
or criticism of any law for that mat
ter. It does, however, prevent antag
onism against a law, suspension of
which would causa an abrogation of all
law. The question In this case comes
more to the point of whether the de
fendant's article exerta a tendency to
ward disregard of ail law."
Tkls last question the Court took un
on Bald Heads
Resorcln Is one of the latest and
most effective germ killers discovered
by science, and in connection with Beta
NaphthoL also a powerful antiseptic,
a combination Is formed whlon de
stroys the germs which rob the hair of
Its nutriment, and thus creates a clean
and healthy condition of the acalp.
-which prevent the development of new
Pilocarpine Vs a well-known agent
for restoring the hair to Its natural
color, where the losa of color has been
due to a disease. Yet It Is not a color
ing matter or dye.
The famous Rexall "93" Hair Tonic
Is chiefly composed of Resorcln. Beta
Naphthol and Pilocarpine, combined
with pure alcohol because of Its cleans
ing and antiseptic qualities. It makes
the acalp healthy, nourishes the hair,
revltallxea tha roots, supplies balr
nourishment and stimulates a new
We want yon to try a few bottle
of Rexa'l "93" Hair Tonic on our per
sonal guarantee that the trial will not
cost you a penny if It does not give
you absolute satisfaction. That's proof
of our faith In this remedy and It
should Indisputably demonstrate that
we know what wo are talking about
when we say that Rexall "93" Hair
Tonlo will grow hair on bald heads, ex
cept of course where baldness has been
of such long duration that tha roots of
the hair are entirely dead, the follicles
closed and grown over, and tha scalp
Remember, we are basing our state
ment upon what has already been ac
complished by the use of Rexall "93"
Hair Tonic, and we have the right to
assume that what It has dona for hun
dreds of othera It will do for you. In
any event you cannot lose anything by
giving It a trial on our liberal guaran
tee. Two sizes, 60 cents and 11.00.
Sold only by the Owl Drug Co. Stores
In Portland, Seattle, Spokane. San
Francisco. Oakland, Loa Angeles and
Mr. Benson, pleaded guilty to the same
offense. In the case of E. G. Love
lace against the Booth-Kelly Lumber
Company, asking damages of $5000 for
personal injuries, the Jury returned a
verdict for the company. Three per
aonal injury suits for damages vary
ing from tSOOO to $30,000 were brought
at thla term of the Circuit Court, the
verdict in every instance going against
AMERICAN IS KIDNAPED
Mexican Troops Sent to Rescue Ho
tel Proprietor From Zaplstas.
MEXICO CITT, Nov. 2. Unable to
comply with the demands of a band of
Zaplstaa for money. H. L. Hall, an
American owner of a large hotel at
Cuemavaca and well known through
out the republic, was kidnaped yester
day, according to newa received at the
Mr. Hall was near Vuautla In that
state. Troops have been sent to
Horse Liniment Kills Man.
LA GRANDE. Or, Nov. 1. (Special.)
Chris Simpson, a teamster, working
at Island City, committed suicide today
by drinking horse liniment. He walked
to his mother's home, told of his In
tention to die and passed away. He
was 4 years old and Is survived by a
large family. No cause can be found
for hla act. except that he had been
melancholy of late.
Clerk'a Fees Point to Growth.
EUGENE, Or., Nov. 3. (Special.)
Indicating the rapid growth of busi
ness in Lane County, the fees received
at the County Clerk's office for August,
September and October far exceed any
previous record ever made. The total
sum for August was $1264.75; for Sep
tember. $1215 60. and for October.
$1464. 15. The Clerk's office Is now
nooa occulta, was cajiiwoiuh. " "
stroyed the combined meat market and
grocery store and the dwelling-house
of Frank Alol. an Italian, here today.
Alot. who. the police said, has re
ceived many letter aaklng for money
In the past several years, waa out of
Jury Probea Rogovtar Case.
ASHLAND. Or., Nov. 2. (Fpeclal.)
The Coronera Jury which haa been
holding aesslons behind closed doors.
Investigating the d-ath of Nathan Ro
goway. the Albany hldebuyer, who mys
teriously disappeared and waa last
heard of here five months ago, and
whose body now fully Identified, waa
found In a thicket eight miles frcm
Ashland. Monday, has not yet com
pleted Its work. An adjournment waa
taken this evening until morning when
the hearing wl'.l be resumed. Plstrlct
Attorney Mulkey Is conducting the In
vestigation with Coroner Kellogg and
efforts are directed toward finding
clews to what Is believed to have been
Druggist Violators Fined.
ECGENE. Or, Nov. 2. (Special.!
Frank Sly, a pharmacist of Cottage
Grove, who was found guilty of sell
ing liquor contrary to the local op
tion law, received a fine last night of
$3S0, which he paid. His employer.
The Bloom of Youth
To the Aged Cheek
(From Eastern Style Reporter)
Even with advancing age it Is an
easy matter for women to quickly re
gain that charming smoothness and
delightful tint and youthful bloom to
their age-marred or furrowed cheeks.
Merely dissolve a email package of
mayatone In one-half pint of witch
hazel, then freely apply this lotion to
the face, neck and arms, and massage
lightly until it disappears.
Continued using will gradually ban
ish wrinkles, sallowness sift blotches
and give to the skin a delightful clear
ness and smoothness. The mayatone
lotion Is soothing to tender skins, and
Kb use discourages the growth of hair
or fuzz, and removes pimples, black
heads and other facial blemishes. Such
delightful results follow the use ot the
mayatone lotion that artificial aide to
beauty are not required. Adv.
MEN! SAVE $10.00
No big profit tacked
on for high rent
Cedar Mill Gardener Arrested.
HILLS Bono. Or., Nov. 3. VT. E.
Batts. a Cedar Mill truck gardener, was
today arrested at Huntington and will
be brought back to Washington Coun
ty to answer to a charge of larceny.
Batts employed a man and his wife by
the name of Calkin and had deposited
money in their name as fsst aa they
earned It In his employ. When he had
deposited more than t.'VO In the Beav
erton bank. Halt Is alleged to have
drawn the funds and departed. October
11. for the Last in a freight car. loaded
with his personal effects.
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315 Oregonian BIdg., Take Elevator
IIat-hery Gets Chinook Egg.
ASTORIA. Or, Nov. I. (SpeolaL)
A shipmoot of 10.000 cnlnook salmon
ems u received at tha Klaskanl
Rive Hatchery yesterday, making a
total of 3.000.000 etc that are now
at that plant. These eggs were taken
from the early run of cMnook aalmon,
thlch come Into the river during May,
and go to th Santiam and Mackenzie
Montana brnka all har records for roM
production last ytmr by mining 3,20.;$
1 to 5-aere tracts on elec
tric line, noar Portland.
Terms liberal, with easy
payments. Close to new
and growing town.
Choice locations for small
industries of nil kinds. Op
portunity for sash and
door factories, wood-work
ing plants' and other industries,
For detailed information, call or
RUTH TRUST CO.
235 Stark Street
We Save You $10 to $15 on Every
Suit Offered During This Sale
New goods arriving daily are added to this line they were intended for our $24.75 grades. Every purchaser
this week wonders at the astonishingly low price we have placed on these garments. Here you will find the
season's best styles, most popular fabrics and high-class workmanship, with guaranteed linings in ever suit.
All sizes in the lot. Extraordinary gathering of first-class garments for a bona fide sale. Why not profit by it?
npi O- vCf-fk Embrace such desirable ma
1 lie uUllb terials as Cheviots, Serges,
Broadcloths and Novelty Weave Mixtures in every
color that is new and most in demand. The Coats
are cut in the popular lengths and Skirts in a va
riety of panel gored and pleated styles. Portland
women have never had such an opportunity to buy
high-grade Suits that sold as high as t A QC
$30.00, offered during this sale at only P X
NO CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS
T'l f'a". - Whether it be a plain tail
1 lie VOaU ored Coat, sensible and
comfortable, or a fancy style, you will find it here;
the most demanded materials evident. Pretty mix
tures in new browns, tans and grays; Black Broad
cloths, half and full satin-lined; Cheviots and Cara
culs. You will be amazed at this extraordinary as
semblage of Coats that sold to $24.75, 1 A Q C
offered in this sale at low price of t""'
NO CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS
An exceptionally fine lot of
the most clever styles designed
this season, made of fine all
wool serges in black, navy or
brown, and satin duchess and
niessalines. All sizes from 14
ud. A verv pronounced Dress
&o?Z $14.95 m
i sasasaaaasssaai i. .
Here's the opportunity you
have long looked for. You
well know the difficulty you
have f i n d i n g a suit to fit.
Come and see these in this
sale. Sizes up to 51 bust. Of
fered during this s. 1 A QtZ
sale at only, ea. f x 'J
i bPtClAL MlLLlrtEKf BARGAINS I
taking In cash enough to pay the sal
aries of several county officers other
than Its own employes. Recording of
right-of-way deeds has helped to swell
the volume of receipts, as tour railway
companies have been, actively buying
for the past three
"Unwritten Law" Saves Negro.
DENVER, Nov. 2. The unwritten
law "covers black as well as white."
according to a verdict of acquittal
granted James J. Manuel by a local
lury today. Manuel, a negro, shot and
killed Rev. Alexander Edwards, pastor
of his church, a month aso, after the
latter had confessed to a liaison.
We have bought the stock of
Sheehy, Bradley & Go.
of Washington Street and are
moving same to our store at
3d and Oak Streets,
where it will be closed out at
sacrifice prices. Watch this
paper for date of sale.
When You See It in Our Ad It's So