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TTTE MORNING OREGOXIAN. TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1913.
A V lmma .saa-a-.si-ssa-- ,
IN 8 YEARS GOME
Visits of Thomas and Sherman
Mark Epoch in Recent His
tory of Portland Dock.
CAPTAINS TOUR IN CITY
ycamcn r-ajr Army Vessel Should
Make) Columbia Harbor an AVcIl
a. Pngft tioond lien
Troopship I clcd.
Tio transports. t:e Wintin and
Thorns, the largest types of troop car
rlers I'nrle ham maintains for the
use of the Army, hare docked In Port
land within a week of each other. Tha
Thomas will call at daylight this morn
ing. These vessel are the tirxt of tha
Vuortermaster Department's big Tea
se' to reach thin city In flxht years.
The Buford. which was not In tha
class of the Sherman and Tnoma in
those days, made two voyages from
Portland, but for some reason the Gov
ernment ceased sending vessels here
and routed them to San Francisco ana
Captain Mlnson. of the Thomas, la
a outsooken aa Captain Hail, of tha
Mirrnun. In sarins; that there Is no
reason why the vessels should not reacn
Portland whenever there Is need of a
trooDshln In landing; or receiving or
sjanlsatlone. Of the trip of the Thomaa
up the river he aaya Ibe only delay
was In pass Ins; quarantine at Astoria
and In waiting for a visit from Custom
House official, but the latter had not
Intended hoMlna the Thomaa for that
purpose, which waa not learned by tha
skipper until some time had been lost.
(aetata Peas la "Leaded.
To Captain Archie Pease, of the Co
lumbia River Pilots- Association, cap
tain ruinson paid a tribute, saying;
"Captain Pease Is the best pilot I
ever met anywhere In the world, and
1 have asked him to accompany the
Thomaa to San Francisco, but he de
clined. He knows how to handle a
With Captain Ptlnaon is Captain A.
J. McNib, Jr.. quartermaster. I". 8- A.,
to wlilcn berth he has been assigned
for a period of" four yeara. The rela
tionship of the two Is such aa to refute
reports that there haa been friction
between skippers and "captain quarter
masters" and they are most companion
able. Captain Ptlnson and Captain -Jack
Speler. harbormaster, sailed together
In early transport days and the formera
greeting on meeting the head of tha
harbor patrol aervlce waa most effusive.
Captain Ppeier escorted Captain Ptln
son a-wl Captain M-.N'ab to the Klks
Club. Press Club and other places la
the morning and at noon they enter
tained Mayor Rushlight, hla secretary.
George McCord. Councilman Monks and
Captain Hpeler at luncheon.
tiaewta Lesra at Provlalana.
The guesta were given an Idea of
how I'nrle Pam provisions transport
when they were told that beef carried
came from Australia, was loaded at
Manila and sufficient quantities taken
for the round voyage, while Ice cream
that was served waa loaded on the ves
sel at San Francisco In Marrh. It
having been rarrled In the cold stor
age plant. The Ire rreant Is shipped
la the manufactured atate. also cream
and other edibles of a perishable
nature, so that though In tha renter of
the Pacific the first-clasa passengera
enloy many dainties served at the best
Mirsr Rushlight Inspected the ship,
spending most of the time In the hos
pital, where all facilities are provided
far the rare of patients, even to a
complete operating room.
Captain btlnson parted with a sou
venir of the Philippines In presenting
Mayor Rushlight with a Malacca stick,
a white wood of great strength and
which polishes beautifully.
In- the afternoon the transport offi
cers were taken for a tour of the
rlty In the Mayors automobile under
the rhaperonage of Captain fpelrr
The more Important members of tha
Thomaa complement are: A. J. MrNab.
J r . captain and quartermaster. V. R. A.;
Mark l. Weed, first Lieutenant, medi
cal corps. C . A., transport quarter
master: William P. btlnson. master;
Harry Poole, first officer; J. N. Paul
son. chief engineer: J. K. Pparks. first
assistant engineer: Charles A. Konan,
quartermasters clerk: John McCarthy,
rommtsaarr clerk; F. Peterson, chief
steward; L- Toung. freight dent.
rtltOX I.IRFJ.FD 11V WORKER
lxnghorrniao Sara for Iamagr
.Sastalned Purine I'nloadlnr.
The American-Hawaiian Steamship
Company's steamer Falcon waa arrested
yesterday by In I ted States Marshal
Scott on a libel filed In the United
Slates IMetrtct Court by Frederick
Send berg to recover IJOoe damages for
personal Injuries received while as
sist Ins:, as a longshoreman, la unload
ing sle-l girders from the vessel at
Portland. April I.
It Is alleged that there were not
sufficient men or tackle to do the work
and Sendberg avers he lost tha rnWdie
anger of bis left band. A few hours
after tha arrest of the vessel aha waa
released upon bonds, being given.
.Marine) Not e.
As tha Oriental liner Hercules did
net move yesterday, aa Intended, she
will shift this morning from tha Port
land Flouring Mills Company's plant
to Albina dock.
Notification waa received yesterday
by Major Mclndoe. Corps of Engineers,
L". S. A, that plana tor tha two 34-lnen
suction dredges authorised for the Im
provement of tha Columbia and Wil
lamette Riors to a depth of IS feet,
had been approved by tha Chief of
Knglneers. There will be minor
changes and then the specifications are
to be printed, after which bids, will
Se advertised for a period Of days
and It Is hoped to open them tha latter
part of July.
There cleared at tha Cuatom-Housa
yesterday the steamer Roanoke, for
San Diego and way ports: steamer
al.y Freeman, for San Franclsr
with 7S.oo feet of lumber, and tha
steamer Breakwater, for Coos Bay.
Captain E. A. Works baa been signed
as master of the steamer llassalo. vlca
Captain C C. Turner.
Repairs to tha steamer Wlllapa were
completed yesterday and she waa
flatrd from the Oregon drydock. She
proceeded to IJnnton to load part of
ti-e lumber rargo she discharged after
loslne hT rudder on the bar. and will
reload the remainder at Aatorla.
When t"he barkentlne Aurora was
being lifted from tha water at tha pub
lic drydo.'k yesterday afternoon work
men began cleaning her hull and a
duut:a lorca will ba put on today to
give the bottom two coats of pa
bv noon, aa the vessel la to leave do
this afternoon to start loading lumber
on tha lower river tomorrow morning.
Last of the wheat ready for the
French bark.L'Hermlte went aboard
yesterday afternoon and she took, on
a total of 2J tons, though when
loaded here before she bad 2S60 tons.
After being rebuilt, the hull of tha
Steamer Sarah Dixon, which was bad
lr .i.maared when the holler of that ves
sel exploded on the lower Columbia. I
waa launched yesterday rrom tne ways
at t!ie yarda of the Portland Shipbuild
Movements of Vessels,
POIlTtAXD. Mar It. ArrtTert Steamer
Carlos. Tram Mn Kranclsco, tsmer Jsacs.
Inatr. from Fan Francisco. Sailed Steamer
Brrskaster. for fooe Bay.
Astorti. or.. May l-i. Condition at the
mouth of the rlrer st P. M.. smooth: wind
east. 13 mJles: weather cl-ar. Arrived at
V an left up at 1W..4W k. l" ' , , ( in
I os, Trent ean rnnun -
A. M. and left up at I P. M. ""am''
Mackinaw, rrom Mn r ij.ii,.,." - -
B A M. Hl'im-r Haalher. Hailed at 3 P.
M St-aroar HmkoMr. tor looa Bay.
Bandon. Mar I- Arrived Gasoline
schooner Tillamook, from Portland.
Hull. Mar 13. Arrived French ship
Thiers, from Portlsnd.
San Francisco. Mar IS. Satlrd last night
H.imtr Aurella. for Columbia B,var-
Port Hlakely. May 12. balled BrttleB
I'imrr Oceans, for the Orient.
Monterey. Mar II. Sailed Steamer W. B.
Porter, for Portland.
Mn rrsntlK-n May 13. Arrived "team-
Dee te Arrlee.
Name From. Data
Falrea San Fraaeteee In port
Northland 1-os Anals. . In port
Roanoke MiDl'ii.... In P""
Roe city San P4ro.... IB po"
Rue H. Elmore. Tillamook.... I" PorJ
Alliance Eureka May 11
Breakwater... .Coos Bay May IJ
Bearer Kaa Tedre.... May IT
r.u u.- rMM. .lun nirvA May -
Bar San psrtro.... May 22
lathmlaa Sauna Crus. . June It
aehsduled ta Oeaaart,
Kama Foe. Data
aa Pedro May 14
pwiniut) "n . . . - . --
Falcon Ban Francleee isy
Harvard F. a 1. A.. .May
Sue H. Elmore. Tillamook. ...May
Roanoke. ......San Diego.... May
Alliance....... tureka May
t.i. a bp fort. A May
Breakwater. ..Xooe Bay May 17
RoeeCltr Saa Pedro. ...May IT
Bearr ho Pedro. ... May
Oeo. W. Elder.. ("an Dleao. ...May
Bear. . ...
.San Pwtre.... May ST
.SailuaCrus June XS
era Bedondn. from Cooe Bay: La km a, from
Krerett: Klfleld and Brooklyn, from Ban
don. Sailed steamers Aaunclon. for Heat
tie; Miinte. for Wlllapa: Oravs Harbor, for
Orays Harbor: Caeeo, for Portland.
Seattle. Waeh.. May IX Arrived Steam
era President, from San Francisco; Watson,
from Turfflu; bars America, from Nanla-
sjelre. ,alled Hieamera Arlsonan. for Ta-
come; jtseiiervpaoa. iot
Tides a Aster! Taesday.
Hleh. low. ...
ll:t A. M....7.S feet'll:07 P. M. .... feet
8:0a A. M o T foot- 6 ",' P. M. ...- feet
EVGIXEEIl SAYS PANAMA DITCH
COILD BK I'SF.D SOW.
Phillip Low ltrturns for Vacation
With Good Report of Progre
Made on Big Cut.
Phlllln Low. formerly a locomotive
engineer on the Southern Pacific Rail- I
way. who" paaaed five years as engineer I
on the Panama Canal, has jusi reiurnea
to his home at Woodlawn for three
months vacation. Mr. Low ay that
the canal will be completed ahead of
time, and even now, should there be an
emergencv. ships could be taken
through from the Atlantic to the Pa
"The work has progressed rapidly,
aid Mr. Low. "from the time President
Roosevelt visited the canal and dla-
churared the commission and put the
construction In the hands of one en
gineer and told him to dig the canai.
H la a wonderful achievement En
trance to the canal Is through a wide
channel feet deep on both the At
lantic and Pacific Oceans. At present
the great electric plant la being; In
"All men employed at tha canal are
well treated by tha Government. The
Govemme.nt gives the men tnree
months vacation after five years serv
ice, and I am here on my vacation, but
I do not expect to return, as the con
struction work la so far along; that
there will be little more to do.
"1 received a badge of honor rrom
tha overnment- I found the country
healthy and many people from the
I'nltrd Htates are paaalng the Winters
there. There Is but one precaution
one mail not drink whisky. The cli
mate and country are as One as can be
found anywhora In the world. I want
to go back."
DIVEKEEPER HELD OVER
LOI ISE OLCESE AXD 4 OTHBRS
TO CO BEFORE GRAND JCRV.
satire Bell Listens to Eridr-nce'Held
lusarflcient by Municipal Judfe
On evidence Identical with that
which Municipal Judge Taawell found
Insufficient for a defense. Justice Bell
Yesterday held Louise ("Mother")
Olcese and four inmates of her North
End dive to the grand Jury on a charge
of conducting a disorderly house. The
action was the result of a second prose
cution, commenced by Deputy District
Attorney Page within an hour after
Judge Taawell relaaaed the defendants.
It Is a direct outcome of the failure ot
the state to carry before a Jury the
Indictment charging Police Captain
Bailey with accepting a bribe.
"TV by. one ran tell by looking at
these persons what their occupation is."
said the Justice, aa he announced that
all the defendants except Frank Olcese.
son of the accused woman, would be
held to the grand Jury.
A fight waa made by the defense on
the ground that the defendants had
been once In Jeopardy, but this was
brushed aside because the former pro
ceeding, like the present one. was
merely a preliminary hearing and did
not go to determine the guilt of the
The Olcese woman for yeara nas
kept a notorious dive, and it waa In
her place that the alleged transaction
took nlace for which Captain Bailey
was indicted for accepting a bribe of
111. Mrs. Olceae waa called before
the grand Jury, but failed to support
her former statements. The first ar
rest occurred a few days before the
state dismissed the case against Cap
tain Bailey, and It waa because of her
refusal to testify as desired that the
graft case was dropped
A srrlas of esnertmente In Frsnce hss
lamenstrated that the beet slsnais to be
lispiayed on the ground for aviators are
irac to Biuuerala la white oa a black beck-
ELECTRIC MEN 10
SEE BEAUTY SPOTS
Trips Over City in Cars and
Autos Are Planned for
PART OF PARTY DETAINED
Commercial and Industrial Features
of Portland Will Bo Viewed by
Eastern Magnates Banquet
Also on Programme.
Every Important feature of commer
cial and Industrial Interest In Port
land will be shown to representatives
of the American Electric Railway As
aoclatlon and the American Electrlo
Railway Manufacturers' Association
who will arrive In this city at 7:30
this morning In a special car from
San Francisco. A few members of the
party were detained In San Francisco
and will be oblldged to make a through
trip and Join tha special at Vancouver,
Of the original II who made up
mr(v th fnllowine ftv will be
guests of the Portland Commercial
Club and other business organizations
today: George H. Harris, of Louisville.
Ky- first vice-president American
T 1 1 . l.,Ai,laHnn t r u I -
dent Louisville Gas Company. Arkansas
vaney riauway, MBm or I wwer ""i
pany, Fargo at Moorehead Street Rail
wav fofflnint. Fort Smith Light 4
Traction Company, and vice-president
Appalachian Power Company; Charles
V Rlifk Af San Francisco, second vice-
president American Klectrlc Railway
Association, vice-president and genera
manager United Railways of Ban Fran'
..las.,' C T JW1 m I a Allen Of' fivraCUMO
N. Y.. third vice-president American
Itallwav Association, preaiaeni .wpon
News 4c Old Point Railway eV Electric
past president American Electric Rail
way Association, airecior svtion sk
Woree-ster Street Railway Company;
T . ix Vf-(.-, r, t v.w Vnrk
vice president Amorlcan Electric Rail
way .Manuiacturera Association ana
president McOriw Publishing Com
pany. Aata and Car Tries Planned.
Tu !, r,f thi Portland
Railway. Llrht & Power Company will
meet the visitors at the Union Station
at : and take them directly to coun
cil Crest. After visiting this ecenlo
... Mint tK.v a-Ml return to
Twenty-third and Washington streets.
wnere tney win do met uy ii uw
mobiles and taken for a trip about
. .. - , . ai A. mwA .Tin rinwn tha
Llnnton Boulevard to Claremont and re
turn. They will vimt tne forestry
kniMina anrl inaneet the alulclne: opera
tions on the Westgrove terraces.
At luncheon tney win oe guests oi
Individual members of the Commercial
Club. Some of them will attend the
Rotary Club luncheon, which win be
eld at noon at the Imperial noiei.
furnished by the Motor Boat Club, will
meet the party at the Ash-street dock
and they will be taken for a few hours'
trip on tne river, wnicn win oe mi
lowed by an automobile trip through
the East Side snd an Informal recep
tion at the residence of B. S. Josselyn,
president of the Portland Railway,
Light Power Company.
Vlaltera ta Be Fed.
U. F. Johnson, chairman of the ex
ecutive committee of the Commercial
Club tonight. Other speakers will be:
toattmnster at the banquet at the
club tonight. Other speakers will be.
Mayor Rushlight, representing the city:
Mayor Rushlight, representing the city,
f. B. Altehlaon. representing the Slate
Railroad Commission; K. B. Piper, presi
dent of the Portland Commercial Club;
E W. Wright, C. K. Henry and C. E. K.
Wood. Three of the visitors will also
be railed upon for short addresses.
The party will leave at 12:15 for
Vancouver. B. C. where they will pass
a day and then will return on their
track to vtalt Seattle and the other
Sound cities before departing for the
Tha reception committee from the
Portland Commercial Club Is: 1. F.
Trowbridge. C. B. Merrick. J. H. Haak.
F. D. Tlmms. Flnley McKercher. J. K.
OI1U O. K. Shepherd. O. F. Johnson.
Emerv Olmstead. C. K. Henry, Tom
Richardson. F. W. Mulkey. J. F. Car
roll. Dan Kellaher. W. C. Bristol. B. M.
Mears. W. F. Woodward. C. C. Colt, and
K. L. Thompson.
REALTY LICENSE REQUIRED
City Auditor to Demand Compliance
City Auditor Barbur announced yes
terday that ha will require strict com
pliance with the ordinance making It
obligatory to have licenses for the sale
of real estate, the meaaure having bean
k ntv PAtinrll two montha
ago. Accordng to the beat f Igurea avail
able, there are mora man iuuv uww
in Portland. How many aaleamen there
are cannot be known until all of them
be taken out their certificates.
-May 12 Is the last date upon which
licenses can be issued In time to con
form to the ordinance." said Mr. Bar
bur, "and I must Insist upon compli
ance with Ita provisions. I hope that
all dealers and aaleamen will take out
their license without any trouble, but
If they don't do eo I will ask the police
to arrest those who refuse."
The license! fee for dealers is IS each
a year and for salesmen 11 a year.
The money Is not the object sought. It
being mostly desired to have a cbeck on
t ... ana.aa.AWrt In the r.lltV bual-
ness. so that rascality may be curbed.
The ordinance was passea a. uie re
quest of dealara. after It waa approved
by the Realty Board.
NUMBERS MAYBE CHANGED
Council Committee to Consider Plan
for Re-Marking- Houses.
At I o'clock tomorrow afternoon the
special committee) of the City Council
named to recommend legislation for re
naming certain streets and devising a
new numbering system for Portland
will hold Its first session at the City
HalL Councilman Watklns is chair
man and the others are Councilman
Wllhelm and Clyde.
Portland's numbering eystetn Is be
lieved by many to be antiquated. Tha
numbers mn :o to the block. It Is now
proposed to change this so that they
win run 100 to the block. It Is not
contemplated to change the names of
any streets except a few that need to
he changed In order to conform to enfl-
LAW FIRM IS SUED
Clients Start Suit to Have
$5560 Fee Cut to $1000.
UNCLE'S WILL IS FACTOR
"Conimandlngr Demeanor" of l"
cr Is Cited In Complaint Made
by Couple Against Mjurphy,
Ttrodle & Swett.
ft.a. a-na than the firm of Murphy,
Brodle tt Swett secured from them an
exorbitant fee, in the shape or a mort
gage for 15580, lor legal services. Clara
Van Dandalgtie and I. N. Dandal-rue.
her husband, have siartoa sun in -.r-cult
Court to have the compeneatlon of
... .. .. a 1 1 nnn Four hun
Tne aiiuriirj "
drrd acres of the property covered by
the mortgage. t acres in
County, which Mrs. Van Pandaigue re--i
i wa ,itit nf her uncle.
crura iivm 1 " " . -. - .
Caspar Zorn. have been sold to Gerald
Eastham and Cecil J. r-apey mr
The complaint recites iui m pur
chasers have assumed the mortgage
made out in favor of the attorneys
ind the court is asked to oecree mat.
he interest of the lawyers in it Is
1 1 aaa .iwi ihit the halance should go to
the plantlffa. Mr. and Mrs. Van Dan-
dalgue. The plantiffs say that tney
engaged Dan K. Murpny. oi nurpor.
Brodle A Swett, In December. 110, to
bresk the will of Caspar Zorn under
an agreement that he was to receive
n .e what he recovered. They
also say that . they, advanced his 3sv
for Incidental expenses. :
sassaadlave: Deaaeaaor Cited.
... ..a v.- v.n rtarw-aia-ua assert
that Mr. Murphy placed an arbitrary
ralue of 1100 an acre on tne ianu
he mortgage was. consequently, for
560. one-tenth, of what tne value oi
he land s is so estimated to oe. i ney
itate that Mr. Murphy did not break
he will but performed certain other
i i Th, 4tjrlare that the
attorney secured their signatures to the
mortgage by "forceful language and
"It la simply anotner case oi noi
wanting to pay for services rendered.
said Mr. Murphy. They engaged me
to break the will and the other heirs
ottered to settle rather than have a
in test- They otTerea tut ooe acres u
land, practically a alxth or tne wnoie
... .-i-t. - .wit what Mrs. Van
Pandalgue would be entitled to had
ahe won after a conteat. They ac
cepted the compromise.
Attorney Aska IS Per Ceat.
I then asked them to give me a
enth of the land. They were not
rilling to do It but offered the mort
gage. Land was selling arouua iuer.
for $100 an acre and I said, 'Well, what
Is the land worth: $100 an acreT and
they agreed. -This would make it worth
eos.600 ami a team oi v"a
the face value of the mortgage.
"Tola waa on aiarcn v, mi.
v. ..itl.m.nt Had been out through.
Prevloua to that I bad the agreement
that I waa to receive 10 per cent of what
I recovered, which Is a very reason
able fee. I saw them in St. Paul and
they told me thst there was a mort
gage of about $1600 against the prop
erty and that I should stand my share
of It. I Indorsed on the back of the
mortgage a notation showing a pay
ment of 1360 nd reducing it to J5200."
GYPSIES BABBLE TO POLICE
Women, Arrested for Fortune Tcll
Ing, Stir Tjp Bedlam.
Five gypsy women, arrested for tell
ing fortunes, fire squalling babies, held
severally in the prisoners' arms, and
five male members of the tribe, called
to give ball, made bedlam in the po
lice station yesterday when the 14
voices united in a chorus of Romany.
Desk Officer Sorcnson suspended tele
phonic communication, and all other
huainaaa rame to a standstill. Patrol
Lman n vnaui i wiuiai ... v
out ball receipts' aa quickly aa possible,
man Wendorf wrote like mad. making
A toothsome, wholesome combination that has
always brought health with welcome release
from the; heavy foods of winter
The whole' wheat steamed-cooked, shredded and baked a crisp,
golden brown all the goodness of -the wheat (the most
perfect food given to man) combined with the most luscious berry
that comes from American soil. Nothing so wholesome and sat
isfying and nothing so easy, to prepare.
No cooking or baking ia required to prepare this delicious dih. Simply neat
one or more Biscuits in the oven to restore their crispness and cover with
Strawherries or other berries and serve with milk or cream, adding sugar to
suit the taste. More nourishing and much more easily digested than ordinary
white flour "shortcake. Try it today.
Shredded Wheat is the .Whole Wheat
that the center of disturbance might
be shirted outsiae.
As in past years, the Influx of no
mads has descended upon lower Burn
side street, where the swarthy women
in flashy clothing do a thriving busi
ness in telling the fortunes of sus
ceptible loggers. The practice is con
trary to city ordinance and the whole
colony was placed under arrest by Pa
trolmen Sherwood and Miller.' Men of
the colony deposited HOP cash bail.
FINGERPRINTS TELL PAST
Expert Traces Record of Two Men
in Prison for Thefts.
Accuracy of the system of finger
print identification was demonstrated
vesterdav when Expert Flack, filing
the descriptive card of Henry Gerts.
convicted of larceny, uncovered a rec
ord of the man's former offenses. Gertz,
while serving as a hospital attendant,
stole the watch. Jewelry and money of
Attorney Dan Powers and was caught
by the victim.
Under the system of filing, if the
formulas' of two sets of fingerprints
are 'Identical, they fall in the same
place in the filing case, and it was this
system that led to the identification of
Gerts as Henry tVieraann, who was
convicted for forgery in Illinois in
1904 and was paroled in 1907.
The system also revealed yesterday
another fall from grace, when William
Gibson, a youth sentenced for stealing
tools, was found to have been pardoned
for a former offense.
EDUCATORS TALK EUGENICS
More Attention Should Bo Given to
Children, Say Professors.
The third Portland conference of ed
ucators and other social workers for
the study of "Eugenics" was held at
noon yesteraay at the Toung Men's
Christian Association. Dr. Calvin S.
White presided. The speakers and
subjects were as follows: "Ideals In
Eugenics, and the Pedagogy of Pex.
William T. Foster. Ph. D.. president
Reed r-ollege: "The Relation of Social
Hygiene to Eugenics." P. L. Campbell,
prebldent University of Oregon: The
Science of Eugenics George J. Fisher.
M D., International committee. Toung
Men s Christian Association. The dls-
"." .. i. hv Dr. C. J. Smith.
president of the Oregon State Board of
Health. . , .
Speakers held that parents ahould
give at least as much attention to the
rearing of children as they do to the
breeding of stocku
Mount Angel Beats Tigers.
MOUNT ANGEL, Or- May 13. (Spe
cial ) Mount Angel held a little cele
bration here Sunday evening follow
ing a victory for the Athletic Club over
the Sllverton Tigers. Much rivalry ex
isted between the two teams and a
large purse was put up by the support
ers of both teams. Cy Morlen. the ex
Gresham pitcher, twirled for Sllverton
and was found for 13 hits, while Schar
back allowed but three to the Tigers.
Yarrow led at bat with a home run,
three-bagger and double In five times
at bat. The batteries were: Sllverton.
Morlen and Works; Mount Angel,
Scharback and White.
Home Helps for the
Hair and Complexion
The right sort of care of hair and
scalp requires little time and is produc
tive of a healthy scalp and silky, shim
mery hair. Canthrox shampoos solve
the problem for women troubled with
oily, "stringy." unmanageable hair, and
are so enjoyable that shampoo day is
pleasantly looked forward to. A tea
spoonful of canthrox dissolved In a cup
of hot water la enough mixture, and its
regular use Insures a healthy scalp and
a wealth of beautiful, fluffy hair. :
' A spurmax lotion Is excellent for
clearing the skin of all impurities, and
is so superior to powder that once it is
used it will never be discarded. To
make, dissolve 4 ounces of spurmax in
y, pint witch hazel (or hot water) and
add 2 teaspoonfuls glycerine. The -use
of this lotion gives to any skin a
charm and elegance unobtainable any
pother way. Adv,
that Summer Treat
YOU WILL WONDER WHAT BECAME
OF ALL THATSTOMACH DISTRESS
If Your Stomach Is Sick, Sour, Gassy and Upset Now You
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Ketajtrtcryd in y. a. rax, umcg
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Millions of men and women today know that it is needless to have a bad
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"dIf your omacn doesn't take care of your liberal limit Hhout rebellion: if
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Housework Drudgery !
Housework is drudgery for the weak woman. She brushes, dusts and scrubs, or
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in order that he
' OUNV! Improved llrer FIXIS.
PEOPLE having Indigestion bilious spells
ana headache, with bad complexion or pim
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Helping a Woman
Generally means helping an entire family.
Her back aches so she can hardly drag
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Dr. Pierce is perfectly wilting to let everyone know what
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gredients on the bottle-wrapper. Do oof let any druggist
may make a bigger profit. -
Mrs. Braztix BRios,of 529 I. Washington a., -jeipnos,
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