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THE MORXTN'G OREGOXTAX. FRIDAY. APRIL 4, 1013.
APPEALS 10 STATE
Problem Involving Titles to
Fills Neglected by Port,
WAIVERS ARE REFUSED
Attention of Gowrnor and Attorney
Gcoftral Called to Matter With
Request That Steps Be Taken
to Protect Public Claim.
Hcaje the CnmmifsloniT of Pub
lic Dock wrote to the Tort of Tortland
Commission in February aktn: that
bodr to forward notification to the
former when applications were made
for fill to be made within the corpor
ate limit. so that a siirvry could be
made and not 10 complete arrant
menta for the work until the appe
lant bad signed a waiver of title to
land o made, and the Port ran not
replied: alao that it has permitted the
Fatern A Western Ijimber Company-
fill to be started despite the declina
tion of the officers of that corporation
to execute a waiver, a resolution was
adopted yesterrtav railing the attention
of governor West and Attorney-t Jencr
al framford to the filling of submerged
lands with the reo"cet that li-l be
taken to preserve the public title.
The matter was taken up by the
f'ommlssion of Public Dock after it
was shown that P. C. O'Reilly and H.
N Burpee, owners of a sand and gravel
Plant at the foot of Hawthorne avenue,
had refused to sign a waiver of title
in connection with a fill made in front
or block II on the Kast Side on which
their business is located Just north of
the Hawthorne-avenue bridge ap
proach. When the fill question arose
Mr O'Relllv and Mr. Burpee vlstted
the' Commissions office and explained
that the filling had been stopped but
It was planned to resume the work
and complete It. They wished permis
sion to proceed though declining to ex
ecute a waiver on the advice of their
attorneys. When that was made known
yrsterdav t Tomnisioner Kellaber
moved that their application to com
plete the fill be denied.
ITsteMt Is Keeorrted.
As to the fill on the propertv of the
Kastern & Western Lumber Company.
B. ltcaardt. chief engineer, said that
t ommuni. atloiis had been sent to the
company advising that It was provided
In an "ordinance that on fills bring
arranged through the Port of Portland
of a ajratitious nature, a waiver of
title to land so made was to be signed,
also a copv of a waiver was sent. He
euid no reply had been received. Com
missioner Kellahcr moved the adoption
of a resolution protesting against the
fill being made and to brine It to the
attention of the state authorities. When
hat was done be suggested that the
case be referred to city Attorney Grant
to ascertain If the Commission had
power to stop the work.
-ft Is a case In which we are accom
modating the Port of Portland, for un
less they have access to land on which
to deposits material dredged from the
harbor, it would have to be carried
awav on barsres." said F. If. Ransom,
manager of the Fastern Western
last nicht. "Though we have should
ered considerable expense In doing
shore work In advance of the fill, they
are not bound to finish It."
Balfour, Guthrie & Co. signed a waiv
er before a fill was made beneath the
il.vk of the Crown Klour Mill.
rier Contract Not I.CI.
Bids were opened for the construc
tion of a recreation plr and motorboat
landing at the fool of Stark a'reet and
thai of the Lewis A. Hicks Company,
of Jt.Sf was the lowest and on a par
with the estimate of Mr. llegarrit. but
a contract was not awarded as the hld
oers Inserted a clause that the work
would b carried on subject to high
w.itcr. Other bids were: Pacific Bridge
X BulMing Cnmpanv. $;;.0'0; K. ti.
l.nn.lstrom. liT.nfirt and A. C. 1. Berry.
JJT.r.S7. The work is to be rnmpleted
In o days, unless high mater deters
In connection with a proposal made
that the O.-W. Ft & X. give the city
title to a piece of propertv. fin by J.iO
tec:. lcated w h - r e the old steel
bridge wrst approach rested, between
Alnsworlh and Alaska docks. In ex
i hange for that part of Olisan street
cast of Front, it was said that the mat
ter had not recelvej the attention of
the railroad heads owing to the ab
nce from the ltv of J. P. O'Brien,
general manager. The land Is desired
as a site as a berth for the new fire
boat Oivid Campbe;i.
At the next meeting of the Northern
Pacific Termip.il Companr the matter
ef fixing a pri'-r en waterfront prop- i
ertv north of Martin's dock, which has :
been selected a.i a part of the site for I
r.w v ,-o. i. of the pubic wharves, will !
be din'ussed. I
OWXTRS MCX M:V SCHi:ni"I.F!
J nglneer- Carry Mew Scale Without
iiis.e.t.iA rrni.u .
Itisacreeable He-nlts. .to
"Ocean steamers ared steam schooners
settle satisfactory" was the cheering !
message received by telegraph at the
. office of the Marine Kngineers' Bene
ficial Association yesterday from San
Francl.co. which convrjed the first of-
1 flcial Information that all owners and
the association had reached a common
. understanding concerning a new scale
. submitted by the engineers, to become
effective April 1. providing for certain
wage Increases and the employment of
additional engineers on vessels of the
. smaller class.
G. T. Goodell. business ageut for
the association here, said the messages
bore out his early conviction that there
was not even a prospect of a strike
on the Coast, fur as the larger com
panies bad signed the scale, as well as
the majority of the steam schooner
owners. It was felt certain that In the
event of a deadlock arhltrailon would
result In an amicable adjustment. In
most case, the engineers will be given
a nominal advance In salary, but there
are some owners who have paid In
excess of the scale.
I.F.YLAXD LIXK IS CO.MIXG
tliarges for I'se of Canal Will Reg
ulate Number of Fleets,.
One more acquisition to the fleets
promised for pacific Coast service with
the opening of the Panama Canal Is the
ley!and line, one or the bent-known
fleets In the mercantile marine of
Great Britain, which will place ves
sels in operation to cover the Coast
from San IMego to Puget Hound.
The steamers Alexandrian. Xltonlan
and Jamaican are mentioned as among
the first carriers that will be sent
from Kurope. and whether more than
three are included Is said to hinge on
the tolls to be charged for the use of
the b:c ditch. In the event free tolls
are granted England there Is no ques
tion but that the fleet will come in
sufficient strength to guarantee a fast
service. A .number of companies have
obatned data relative to the Coast territory-,
and while so far only the larger
lines have been talked of In connection
m-lth the trade, a satisfactory working
of the Canal charges and system of get
ting ships through without delay un
questionably will draw others.
LOCKS PEAL MOVES SLOWLY
Navigation IleMimes on Vpper Wil
lamette After rreehet.
S'lcnce on the part of Washington.
D. C. officials with reference to the
draft of a deed forwarded for the pur
chase of the locks and canal at Ore
gon City. Indicates that they will break
no records in passing on the document.
No word has been received since it
was sent to the Capitol snd it is tup-
nosed that the rash incident to me
Inauguration of President Wilson was
responsible for tardy action.
The locks were closed for over a day
owing to the freshet in the Willamette
and the steamer Grahamona was neia
above tho Willamette Falls as a con-
seouence. The steamer Pomona left
here yesterday with freight for points
as far as Corvallls. which she trans
ferred to the flrahamona. and then
returned here with carso the latter had
aboard from Willamette Valley cities.
f TE 4JLXK& IXTEIXIGEXCa
Dw t. Arrlva.
sfasne. From. T5s'
Bar . I-o AnzMrs. . In port
Sue H. Elmore. Tillamook. ...Arr. 4
Air.aur .. .Eureka Apr.
Iircakwai.-. . ,.ioo Bay. ... .Apr.
Ceo. w. Cider, -t-an Dlcao Akr.
floa. cttv Loa Anreles. . April
K.n... City... San Prancuco Apr. 12
P.anok. . .. . .San Dlezo. . . Apr. 1
Bca r Los Anxeles. ..uo.rt
sr For r.r
Fort Bragg. Sn Francisco Apr. 4
.e . . F in L A.. Apr.
Sue H. Elmore. Tillamook Apr. 6
1 ar.LrO S. r loUA-. Apr J
U.sr Z.OS Angeles. . Apr. T
Aillar- Eu.-eka Apr. T
Erenkwater. ...Coos Buy Apr. V
CSee W. E'dar. Fan Ditto . . .. Apr.
r.ott Citr Los Ang.las. April 1-
Finnk sinlHo ...Apr. IS
Kansas City Los Ars.le.. Apr. 17
Leaver. Los Angeles.. Ir.deft.
Earapeaa and Oriental Serrtesi
Varna. From Date.
Crown of Sev'le Victoria. .....Apr. 5
Kentra. ...... .Vancouver. .. Apr. 1.1
Harpattua St-attle. ..... -April -'-
S"r: inia. ...... M an Durg. a
King . London...... June a
Faila of Orchy .London Juno 3v
baionla Hamburg June 2
crotrn r SeVIeOrtrnt. ...... Apr. in
l'-ru .orient April SO
Kentra Knslmnd Apr. SO .
Mihonla 4!iiturg.... May la
Falls of Orchy Orient June SO
Saxonla Hamburg.... Jur S
The steamer Orcgona is laid up here
ami will not be operated until free
locks are declared, unless an unexpect
ed spurt in business Is experienced.
FISIIKKMKX FLOCK TO ALASKA
I Hu-iial nnitier nt Columbia Kiver
.Mon Oolnc Morth.
ASTORIA. Or.. April 3. (Special.)
According to reports a much larger
number of Columbhx River fishermen
will go to Alaska this year than ever
before. A party of 30 left on the
steamer Wednesday for San Francisco
to Join Aluska-bound vessels there, and
approximately 100 more are to start
Some say that the total number of
fishermen who have been accustomed
to fislt on the Columbia River but who
will try their luck In Northern waters
this seasun will exceed J00.
Three steamers were employed yes
terday removing drift piled against
the Hawthorne-avenue bridge, and.
while progress was made, considering
the work entailed to budge the collec
tion, a raft of logs that was respon
sible for the Jam could not bo moved.
The drift was loosened so that It was
carried through the harbor In small
lots. The river attained a stage of
IS.? feet yesterday and began to fall
After shifting the ship Levi G. Bur
gess from the bunkers to Llnnton yes
terday, the steamer Ocklaiiama picked
up the barkentlne Puako at the latter
point and continued with her to As
toria, she being bound for Callao with
On the Arrow Line steamer Camino.
sailing yesterday for the Golden Gate.
were 00 tierces of tallow for Liver
pool, besides miscellaneous stuff for
tho Atlantic side, and 1500 tons of
wheat. 3 JO tons of oats and 15 tons of
feed for Pan Francisco.
Balfour. Guthrie Co. have char
tered the Norwegian bark Marco Polo
and the German bark Werner Vlnnen
t'i load new crop wheat here. The
Marco Polo will come from Coquirabo.
i-iille. and the "Werner Vlnnen from
Newcastle. N. S. W. There are now 25
grain ships listed at the Merchants'
L'urttig the blow of Wednesday at
the mouth of the river, the drrdge Co
lumbia was prevented from working on
the -rand Island channel, but she re
sumed operations yesterday.
There passed through the harbor
Wednesday nicht a large houseboat.
and it was recovered at Irving dock
vesterdav. The Portland Motorboat
Club officials said it was not owned In
their fleet, and it Is supposed to have
broken loose from a point above Koss
island. Another bouse that floated on
drift at the Hawthorne-avenue bridge
has been claimed and will be restored
to Its owner when released.
Captain J. Rudden. mater of the
Ka.,0nne passenger yacht Bayocean
telegraphed yesterday that he expected
aye . wl0l lhe vsel to.
day. and. having a plentiful supply of
gasoline aboard, does not plan to call
at any port on the way to
.Movcinents of VesoN.
rORTLAXn. Arm M Arrived Steamer
Huuiam. from f-an Kranrieco. Sailed
Steam-r Camino, for Pun Krsnrtsci: barken
tlte Puako. tor Cal'.an; :emcr rsratso. fir
!., An!.-; steamer Paley Preeman. for
Aetrtna. April 3. Left up at 1 A. M.
Ptamer Hoqnlam. Sailed at r.:sn A. M.
8te.mer NehAlfm, for San Francisco; steam
er tfhneta. for San Pedro. Sailed at 7:10 A.
M. Steamer Roanoke, for San Plego and
waT pone. Salle.l St :4U A. M. Steamer
Coaster, for San Prnm-lrco. Arrived at 2::'.0
P. M. Steamer General Hulbard. from San
Sn Franrlaoc. Arrtl 3. Arrived at S A.
t. sn-1 ai'l at S P. M. sreamr Multno
mah, from San rleco. for Portland. Arrived
at A. 34. steamer Johan poulsen. from
-. Bay. Ajrll 3. Arrived Steamer
Breakwater, from rortland.
Kareks. April 3. failed Steamer Alli
ance, for Portland.
San Pteao. Aiirtl - Arrived Schooner
Kirs Cyrus, from Columbia River.
.".itraltar. Arll - Passed Keemun,
fn-tn Liverpool for Seattle.
Smctporc. April a. Arrived prevlouely
Protest. aus. from Glasgow and Liverpool, tor
Newc.etle. N. S. xv.. A-r11 1. Sailed
lakala. for ponolu'u and Portland.
San Franelco, April 3. Arrived Steam
ers Multnomah. Johan Poulaen. from As
toria. Itaymond. from Wll'spa. Departed
steamers Lewts l.urkenbacli. for Ancon:
IWalts 1 British for Kobe, vis Tacoma:
ct.ooner Vtov Somers. for Grab's Harbor
ls Anreles. April a. Arrived Mrl'mle
Pollar. from Tscom : Sasinaw. from Port
laril: Ssn .lactnto. from Aberdeen. lepartd
Pr-sl.tent. for roset SaunJ; KoM Vlly. for
Columbia ISter Bar Report.
Condition at the mouth of tha river at S
P. M- mush: wind southeast. Is miles;
Tides at .titodi rridaj.
1 1 :- A. M T.i fet:ll A. M L feet
't P. M 1.2 feet
A recent parent eovera a combination
ba'Mug suit and Pfe preserver. Hie latter
being made Into the suit and its presence
STATUS IN DOUBT
Bull Moose Do Not Yet Know
Whether to Count Oregon
Member in Caucus.
WASHINGTON MEN ENLIST
Falconer and Bryan Reject Proposal
o Join IVlth Republicans.
M unlock to Be Leader of
Moose in House.
OREGON IAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash,
ington, April S. The State of Wash
ington, and possibly Oregon, will be
represented In the third party organi
zation which it Is proposed to build up
In the present House of Representa
tives. Representatives Falconer and J.
W. Bryan, Bull Moose members-at-large
from Washington, have already
enlisted under the Bull Moose banner
and efforts are being made to bring
Representative Jafferty, of Oregon,
Into the fold. The Oregon man, as
usual, is undecided, however, and it Is
not known at this time whether be
will pose as a Republican or Bull Moose
when the new House organizes.
Representative Hinebaugh, of Illi
nois, constituted himself the leader of
the Bull a'.oose party in the House,
notwithstanding tills Is his first ap
pearance In the National Capital.
Spurred on by the words of the Boll
Moose National leader, he set to work
to organize the Bull Moose members
into a separate organization, and in
response to the will of the members
of that party. Mr. Hinebaugh. in con
vention assembled by himself, nomi
nated Representative Murdock, of Kan
sas, as the Bull Moose candidate for
Speaker. After Mr. Hinebaugh had
picked Murdock for the party leader In
the House he asked other Bull Moose
members to indorse his selection, and
thus far there has been no dissent, not
even from Murdock himself.
Mnrdork la Senior Bull Moose.
The nomination for Speaker, by any
save the party In control, is merely a
form, so far us the Speakership is con
cerned, but the man nominated by a
party caucus, if his party be in the
minority, is thereafter recognized as
the floor leader for his party, and that
is the object In picking Murdock for
this honor. He Is tho sontor Bull Moose
member of the House. In length of serv.
Ice. and was chosen for that reason,
and because of his vociferous manner
of roasting the Republican party and
Its old leaders.
The twfc Bull Moose Representatives
from Washington, at last accounts,
absolutely turned down the proposal to
enter the Republican caucus, contend
ing they were elected as representa
tives of the new party, and could not
Justly array Ujenusclves with the Re
publican party, any more than they
could enter the Democratic caucus. Mr.
Lafferty, of Oregon, having run both as
Bull Moose and Republican, has been
wavering In his position, and it is
not yet known under which flag he
ultimately will enlist. There will be
In the neighborhood of a dozen Bull
Moose membeTS In the new'House. and
Mr. Lafferty may back out If he Is
Committee Plaeea Desired.
One object of the Bull Moose mem
bers In perfecting an organization of
their own is to secure better com
mittee assignments than they think
they would get If they went Into the
Republican caucus. They have been
assured by Chairman Underwood of the
ways and means committee that they
will be recognized as a separate party
If they will get together, hold a caucus
of their own and perfect organization.
In this evenL they will be told by the
Democratic leaders that they can have
a certain number of committees to
distribute among themselves, tho dis
tribution to be made as they themselves
may determine. The number of com
mittee places allotted them, however,
will bo in proportion to their numeri
cal strength In the House of Repre
sentatives, and not In proportion to the
Bull Moose vote In the Presidential
election, as they at first expected.
Members belonging to the Bull Moose
party will get no more committee as
signments In proportion than do the
Democrats or Republicans. which
means one good or fair committee and
possibly an additional committee that
amounts to nothing.
The Democratic leaders not only will
say how many committee places shall
be at the disposal of the Bull Moose
members, but will determine on what
committees these members shall have
places, and in all probability they will
get recognition on few of the im
portant committees that handle Im
portant legislation. They may get a
few. but not enough to go around. It
Is likely that Mr. lAfferty, before
taking a final stand as to party, will
find out what he may expect at the
hands of the Republican as well as the
Bull Moose caucus and shape his
Fruit Inspection In Controversy.
ASHLAND. Or. April 3. (Special.)
Jackson County fruit Inspection Is the
subject of Investigation and April 4
has been designated by the County
Court for a bearing as to the merits of
the controversy and the advisability
of employing Professor O'Gara for an
other period as expert in horticulture.
He was formerly in the Government
service, but resigned in order to de
vote his entire attention to horticul
tural development in the Rogue River
WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WILL GIVE
t. 'kT Cry -
BLAC K-FACE EXTEnT.lEKS WHO WILL GIVE FIRST PERFORMANCE TOXIGHT.
A minstrel show will be given by the Washington High School student body at the High School audi
torium tonight and tomorrow night. George Davis Is manager of the undertaking and Omar M. Blttner
is coach and attending to the artistic details.
There will be five acts following the first part. William Edris and Wilbur Morrow will be the pre
mier end men. and will' be assisted by Harold Bromberg and Albert Kidwell. Dan Foster will be inter
locutor, and there will be to men in the circle. Among the soloists are William Langston, Arthur Za
nong and Herbert Jwel, local Chinese vocalist.
Won Its Favor Without a
Made only by
NEW LEADER LOOMS
O'Gorman Forging to Front
Rank in Senate.
SENIORITY RULE FADING
Xew Yorker Beginning to Bo Recog
nized as Potent Factor In Party
In Upper Branch of Congress,
Despite Short Term.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington, April 3. Senator O'Gorman,
of New York Is rapidly forging to the
front In the Democratic ranks of the
Senate, and the prediction la freely
made that he la soon to be the
recognized leader of his party in the
upper branch of Congress. In fact,
there are indications that Senator
O'Gorman. In tho not distant future,
promises to be the Aldrlch of the Demo
cratic Senate; the "general manager"
of the entire body, even though he may
not be ao officially recogniaed.
New Idea Galna Foothold.
In the past few years, new members
of the Senate have risen rapidly into
prominence and power, and the old
Idea that a Senator must keep in the
background for four, five or six years
has been discarded. But no Senator of
either party has come to the front as
rapidly as Senator O'Gorman, and
achieved In so short a time such tre
mendous Influence with his fellow
The fact of the matter is that Sena
tor O'Gorman, not accustomed to leg
islative ways, but being a man of
forceful character, strong determina
tion, and a desire to handle matters
directly, rather than by round-about
methods, has tried In the benate tne
methods that made him a big factor in
the democracy of New York, and the
Senate, Instead of being startled and
inclined to resent the change, has
rather been disposed to recognize the
wisdom of the innovation, and Senator
O'Gorman has been the chief bene
ficiary. Youuk Senator Tovrera.
Senators of both parties are aware
of the fact that Senator O'Gorman
measures up with the biggest Demo
crats of the Senate; he towers above
the majority of them, and what he
lacks in length of service and legisla
tive experience he makes up in brain
power and business acumen. With the
advent of progressive policies both
parties have been disposed to discard
the old rule of seniority that so long
was respected by the Senate, and the
new leaders are men selected because
of their fitness rather than because long
service entitled them to recognition.
The old seniority rule often brought to
the front men who belonged behind,
and held back Senators who should
When you eat a breakfast cereal you want to
do your own flavoring or seasoning. That's the
reason you will choose
for your morning meal. It is a natural, elemental
food made of the whole wheat steam - cooked,
shredded and baked a crisp, golden brown. It is
not flavored or treated or compounded with any
, 3 thing and hence keeps indefinitely in
- ' the market
r:"f- oofon oil r.T7t-
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J.J' . '
The Shredded Wheat Company at Niagara Falls, N.Y.
have been leaders. Aldrlch was an
exception, for he possessed ability as
well as a long record.
While Senator O'Gorman probably
will not openly assert his leadership
on the floor of the Senate, enough
has developed to make it reasonably
certain that he will be the big power
and Influence behind the nominal lead
ers, backing them in what moves they
make, but in reality largely shaping
the course of the Democratic majority,
through the men chosen to lead.
' PERSONAL MENTION.
W. H. Eccles, of Baker, is at the Ore
gon. J. H. Parker, of Kampa, Idaho, is at
H. McMayne, of Minneapolis, is at
C. I. Houston is registered at the
Imperial from Astoria.
George Jones, of Seattle, registered
at the Carlton yesterday.
Dr. J. R. N. Bell is registered at the
Imperial from Corvallls.
G. W. Haystead, of Medicine Hat.
Alta., Is at the Perkins.
A. H. Balrd. of Grangevllle, Or., was
at the Perkins yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gilchrist, of Cen
tralla, Wash., are at the Imperial.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Chltwood. of Grizzly,
Or., were at the Perkins yesterday.
B. C. McCulIough. of Alameda, Cal.,
registered at the Carlton yesterday.
Charles Messner. of Butte. Is in the
city on business, and is at the Carlton.
A. C. Olds, a prominent San Fran
cisco Insurance man. Is at the Oregon.
J. E. Robertson, of Hood River, where
he sells real estate, registered at the
F. H. Wilkinson, of New York, an
importer of Swiss watches, is regis
tered at the Oregon.
J. C. Haskin and family arrived yes
terday from Mandan, N. D., and regis
tered at the Carlton.
Mr. and .Mrs. J. A. Urquhart. of Che
halls. Wash., are at the Portland. Mr.
Urquhart is a banker.
Edson Watson, superintendent of the
Klamath Indian Agency, is at the Im
perial with Mrs. Watson.
T. Ii. Douglass, who has a foundry at
Aberdeen, Wash., is registered at the
Oregon with Mrs Douglass.
Charles T. Early, of Hood River,
manager of the Mount Hood Railway,
registered at the Imperial yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Morton Cohn have
returned from a trip to New York and
other Eastern cities and are at the
T. V. Tatum. general manager of
Frye & Company, wholesale meat deal
ers of Seattle, registered at the Oregon
F. H- Haradon, who has charge of the
Elmore Packing Plant at Astoria, is
registered at thp Portland with Mrs.
C S. Boe, of Whitefish, Mont., and
J. B. Boe, of Spokane, are in Portland
on business. They are registered at
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Meagher arrived
from San Francisco yesterday and are
registered at the Portland. Mr. Meagher
Is a cordage manufacturer.
J. L. Yocum, manager of Swift & Co.
at Seattle: L. O. Barr. president of
Swift Canadian Company at Winnipeg;
T. W. Colby, manager of Swift & Co.
the standard cereal
VA 1 T V. AS
at Vancouver. B, C, and Morgan Weed,
of Swift & Co.'s Chicago office, are at
J. M. Gunning and C. V Ridgeway,
of Spokane, who are interested in Ore
gon timber, are at the Perkins.
William Jones, president of the
Jones-Scott-Walker Company, of Ta
coma, arrived yesterday with Mrs.
Jones. They are at the Portland.
Ross Finnegan, until recently chief
clerk at the Multnomah, has accepted
a position as manager of the Carlton,
assuming his new duties yesterday.
CHICAGO, Aprifls (Special.) G. M.
Cornwall, of Portland, Or, is registered
at the La. Salle Hotel.
POLICE TO OFFER REWARD
Station Force Desirous of Placing
Blame for Numerous Thefts.
Determined to purge their ranks of
a thief. Chief Slover, his captains and
their station officers have determined
to offer a reward of $300 for evidence
leading to the conviction of the per
son who stole J80 and a watch from
among the prisoners' effects at the
station several weeks ago. This ac
tion was announced yesterday after a
conference at which it was found that
no progress had been made in a quiet
Investigation which has been going on
ever since the property was lost.
In the meantime the officers on duty
at the station have made up the sum
and yesterday It was turned over to
Charles Leclercq, the prisoner wnose
effects were taken.
Several possibilities exist which
would relieve the police force of the
odium of the theft being committed
The Perfect Baby
Of The Future
A Simple Method That Has a Wonderful
Influence upon The Future Infant.
Too much can not be said for a wonder
ful remedy, familiar to many women as
It is more eloquent In Its action than all
the health rules ever laid down for the
guidance of expectant mothers. It Is an
external application that spreads Its influ
ence upon all the cords, muscles, ligaments
and tendons that nature calls Into play;
they expand gracefully without pain, with
out strain, and thus leave the mind care
free and In joyful anticipation of the great
est of all womanly ambition.
Mother's Friend must therefore be con
sidered as directly a most important influ
ence noon the character and disposition of
the future generation. It Is a conceded
fact that, with nausea, pain, nervousness
and dread banished, there is stored up such
an abundance of healthy energy as to bring
into being the highest Ideals ef those who
fondly theorize on the rules that Insure the
coming of the perfect baby.
Mother's Friend can be had at any drug
gist at $1.00 a bottle, and It is unquestion
ably one of those remedies that always has
a place among the cherished few in the
Mother's Friend Is prepared by Bradfiela
Regulator Co.. 139 Iamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.,
after the formula of a noted family doctor.
Write them for a very Instructive book
to expectant mothers. See that your drug
gist will supply you with Mother's Friend.
Gently Clean Your Liver and Con
stipated Bowels While
Take a Cascaret tonight and thor
oughly cleanse your Liver, Stomach
and Bowels, and you will surely feel
great by morning. You men and
women who have headache, coated
tongue, can't sleep, are bilious, ner
vous and upset, bothered with a sick,
gassy, disordered stomach or have
backache and feel all worn out.
Are you keeping your bowels clean
with Caacarets or marely forcing a
passageway every few days with salts,
cathartic pills or castor oil? This la
Cascareta Immedlatedy cleanse and
regulate the stomach, remove the
sour, undigested and fermenting food
and foul gases; take the excess bile
from the liver and carry off the con
stipated waste matter and poison from
the intestines and bowels.
Remember, a Cascaret tonight will
straighten you out by morning. A
10-cent box from your druggist means
healthy bowel action; a clear head
and cheerfulness for months. Don't
tfiJJttha jihlMiaiv -
For breakfast heat the Bis
cuit in the oven a few mo
ments to restore crispness;
then pour hot milk over it,
adding a little cream ; salt
or sweeten to suit the taste.
It is deliciously nourishing
and wholesome for any
meal with stewed prunes,
baked apples, sliced bana
nas, preserved peaches,
pineapple or other fruits.
At your grocer's.
by one of its members. One is that
the property is mislaid, which is quite
reasonable to believe, on account of
the congested condition of the tcmpor-
n.Kfara nn.l t ll f Scant facilities
for storage.. Another theory is that tho
money and watch may nave neen i"
by a prisoner admitted behind the
desk to do janitor work.
ARE you sufferinEwith
rheumatism of any
kind? Are you willing-
to accept a remedy
that vou Dav for only if J
it core you? We believe
you are wniinir ana win
write at once for the FREE
book, which doe not obligate you fL. 3
to buy anything, but which explains V 1
the remedy 6088 (sixty-eiffhty-eight) whichj Ji
has cured thousands ana toe met ana ex
ternal treatment that aid in rapid recovery.
You need to see the Symptom Chart for
Inflammatory. Chronic Articular and
Muscular Rheumatism and Gout and
Rheumatic Gout. You must know how
6083 dissolve and removes the deposits
from joints and muscles acts as a tonic.
laxatiTe ana blood purmer. ix ot trj
a drop ot dope dangerous i jfl
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1 practical, intelligent discus- t :l
rheumatism ever written.
Ask your friends about their
experience witnouoa. write
for book today.
Matt 1 Johnson Co.
SL Paul. Minn.
HOW TO REST
Chronic Coughs and Colds.
Strong', vigorous mon and women
hardly ever catch cold; it's only when
the system is run down and vitality
low that colds and coughs get a foot
hold. Now isn't it reasonable that the right
way to cure a cough Is to build up your
run-down condition again?
Mrs. Olivia Parham, of East Durham,
N. C. says: "I took Vinol for a chronic
cough which had lasted two years and
the cough not only disappeared, but It
built up my strength as well."
The reason Vlnol is so efficacious in
such cases is because it contains in a
delicious concentrated form all the me
dicinal curative elements of cod liver
oil. with tonic, blood-building Iron
Chronic coughs and colds yield to
Vlnol because it builds up the weak
ened, run-down system.
You can get your money back any
time if Vinol does not do all we say.
Woodard. Clarke & Co., Druggists,
P. S. For Itching, burning skin try
our Paxo Rale. We guarantee it.
From the standpoint
solving the sewer
pipe question so that
sewer systems have
is certainly making