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iH"; WTBDIVKSUAY, OCTOBEK I, 1913.
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IRVINGTON SCHOOL CHILDREN LEARN FIRST-IT AND HOW BRICKS ARE MANUFACTURED.
September's Gain Over Corre
spending Month of 1912
MORE FLOUR SHIPPED ALSO
Portland Exports to California Run
to Greater Figures Than Last
Year and Business of Facet
Sound Is Less.
'Wheat shipped from this city during
September, amounting: to 2.078.033 bush
els, was 492,038 bushels more than was
floated duringr the same time last year,
and for the season to date the ship
ments have reached 3,218,501 bushels,
which is 928,072 bushels more than was
sent away during- July, August and
September of 1912. Total flour ship
ments were 132,097 barrels, a sain over
last September of 22,444 barrels, and
for the first three months of the cereal
period 70,590 barrels have been shipped
in excess of the last corresponding
As segregated by the Merchants' Ex
change the wheat exported to Europe
climbed to 1,176,892 bushels, while last
September the showing was 737.984
bushels. There was a falling off in the
Oriental trade. 68,585 bushels having
gone over the Pacific last month as
compared to 108.333 bushels a year ago.
To California 832,556 bushels were sold,
while during the third month of the
preceding season domestic shipments
were 740,678 bushels.
Flour exports to the Orient were rep
resented by 19,822 barrels in excess of
the movement 12 months ago, and 28,- I
100 barrels that went to California last
month were 6388 barrels more than
were disposed of a year ago.
Fuget Sound shipped 1.573.037 bushels
of wheat to all ports, an increase over
September. 1912. of 775,966 bushels.
Portland leads the northern ports for
the month by 504,996 bushels, and for
the season ttius far by 904,674 bushels,
From Puget Sound 231,779 barrels of
flour were shipped, and with that in
eluded in the cereal movement, reduced
to wheat measure, the business aggre
gated 2.616,042 bushels, against 2,672,-
469 bushels from Portland, 132.097 bar
rels of flour being included in the latter
figure. So this port leads for the month
by 56.427 bushels.
Barley shipments from Portland were
123,404 bushels last month, and for the
season they are 674,686 bushels; while
from Puget Sound they were 22,000
bushels in September and are 45,981
bushels for the first quarter of the
The steady increase In the early trade
from the Northwest is indicated in the
following summary, which means ship
ments from Oregon and Washington
and flour reduced to wheat measure:
Grind total to date.......... ,24r.992
Same period 1912-13 7.303.897
Same period 1911-12 ......... .5.575.171
.Same period 1910-11 .....3,823,824
Same period 1909-10 2,751.789
Same Period 19OS-O0 ....7,486,403
Sams period 1907-OS ... .C1S2.738
Shim period 190-OT 4.983.577
Same period 1905-06 4.043,223
Same period 1904-05...... ....... .4,640,206
Same period 19O3-04 3,935.609
Same period 1904-O3 4,394.153
earns period 1901-OC 4,47,245
Same period 1900-01 2.274.670
Same period 3899-00 .2.353.940
Same period 1S98-09 -4,014.<f
BIG GAIXS MADE IX IFMBER
Export and Coastwise Movements
Exceed Those of Jjast Year. -
Portland made a gain of 11.203,780
feet in lumber exports for the month
ended yesterday, as compared with
business in September, 1912, and in
coastwise shipments last month is
credited with an Increase of 3,818,000
feet. Total offshore cargoes aggrega
ted 21,465,184 feet and were valued at
$264,612, and to California harbors
15.751,000 feet was forwarded.
There were 12 vessels to be dis
patched to foreign countries with
whole or part pargoes of lumber, the
fleet being led by the schooner Will
iam Nottingham, clearing September 2
for Antofogasta with 1,213.542 feet,
valued at $16,933: schooner Omega, for
Uoquimbo, 687,944 feet, at S8398; Sep
tember 6, Baron Napier, British steam
ship Tientsin, 4,251,005 feet, at $52,789;
September 4, British steamer Rothley,
Adelaide, 2,519,543 feet, at $30,824; Sep
tember 6. Japanese steamer Kenkon
Maru, Shanghai, 1,415,355 feet, at
$14,154: British steamer Vestalia, Ma
nila. 425,000 feet, at $7025, and British
steamer. Algoa, for Sydney, 3,264,119
feet, at $42,500; September 13, barken
tine John Palmer, Antofogasta, 1,294,
776 feet, at $12,902; September 20, Ger
man steamer Brisgavia, Manila, 418,257
feet, at $7857; Danish steamer Arabien,
Shanghai. 4,038,154 feet at $46,973;
September 22, British steamer Colusa,
Balboa, 1.031.898 feet, at $13,090;
schooner Samar, Callao, 905,691 feet, at
WRECKAGE SIGHTED BY SHIP
Barkentlne Reports' Passage Through
- Lumber and Pieces I Ship.
ASTORIA, Or., Sept. 30. (Special.)
The barkentlne Puako, which arrived
from Callao, reports that on Sep
tember S In latitude '9:53 north, lonsrl
tude 121:11 west she spoke the Russian
bark Isabel Brown bound for British
On September 8 in latitude 15:52
north, longitude 127:42 west the Puako
passed through a large quantity of
lumber and sighted a njrtion of a
ship s rati painted white.
Under her own steam, the tramp Da
rn ara shifted yesterday from St Johns
to the plant of the Portland Lumber
Company to load, and she will haul
down this evening to the North Pa
To undergo repairs, the barkentlne
Puako, which arrived in the river yes
terday from Callao, will go to the Port
or Portland dryaock. The schooner Car
oline, which arrived from Long Beach,
CaL, where she was on the dock at the
Craig yards early in the month, goes
to tne plant of the St. Helens Shipbuild
Coming from San Francisco to load
lumber, the British ship Lord Temple
ton arrived up last evening at Llnnton
and will discharge ballast there. The
German ship Harvesthude, under en
gagement to load wheat also reached
Linnton from Mazatlan. ,
As the bark Levi G. Burgess has
completed discharging Alaska salmon
at the Alblna dock, she is to be towed
to Winter quarters at Goble today.
Major Mclndoe, Corps of Engineers,
U S. A., who spent Monday at Fort
Canby, says that 500 feet of the trestle
for the north Jetty has been completed
and that a mile Bhould be in place July
1, 1914. providing there is no hitch In
the plan to begin dumping rock Feb
ruary 1. -
To load additional grain, the tramp
N niw .st- rdE life W iiJik i
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1 PROCESS OF BRICKMAKISG DEMONSTRATED BY WORKMEN. S STUDENTS TAKING NOTES ON WORK.
Epsom hauled from Irving dock to Co
lumbia dock No. yesterday. The Coila
is to leave down from the latter dock
today for the United Kingdom.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, Sept. 80. Arrived Steamers
Aroltne and Carlos, from San Francisco
British ship Lord Templeton. from San
Francisco; German ship Harvesthude, from
Maxatlan: schooner . Caroline, from Long
Beach, aCl. Sailed Steamer Sue H. El
more, for Tillamook; British steamer Bel
lucla. for St. Vincent for orders.
Astoria. Sept. 30. Arrived at B:4u ana
left up at 7 A. M steamer Aroline, from
San Francisco. Left up at 8:40 A M
schooner Caroline. Arrived down at 9:30
A M.. steamer J. B. Stetson. Sailed at 10
A M.. steamer J. B. Stetson, for San Pedro.
San Francisco, Sept. 30. Arrived at 9 A.
M.. steamer Atlas, from Portland. Sailed
at 4 P. M.. steamer Camlno. for Portland.
Port Plrie, Sept. 30. Arrived Britisn
steamer Oceano. from Portland.
Aberdeen. Sept. 29. Arrived steamer
John A Hooper, from Portland.
Coos Bay. sept. BO. sailed at . noon,
steamer Alliance and gasoline schooner TU
laraook. for Portland. -
Calcutta. Sept. 29. Arrived previously
British steamer Manchester Citizen, from
San Pedro, Sept. 29. Sailed Steamer
Roanoke, for San Diego- Arrived Steamers
Northland and Rose City, from Portland.
Astoria. Sept. 29. Arrived at 5:50 P. M.
schooner Caroline, from Long; Beach; at 7:30
P. M., barkentlne Puako, from Callao. Ar
rived at 7:30 and lert up at u v. M.
steamer Carlos, from San tranclsco. Left
up at 10 P. M., British ship Lord Temple'
ton and German ship Harvestnude.'
Seattle. Wash., Sept. 30. Arrived Steam
ers Colonel E. - L. Drake, towing barge 95
Falcon, towlns schooner Taurus, from San
Francisco; Governor ,from San Diego. Sailed
Steamer Minnesota. lor Hongkong.
Port Pirie. Sept. ao. Arrived previously
Steamer Oceano. Portland. Or., via Honolulu.
Guayaquil, Sept. 28, Sailed Steamer Mo-
nadnock. from Baltimore via Barbadoes.
etc.. lor San Francisco.
Antwerp, Sept. 29. Sailed Steamer Kar-
New York. Sept. 30. Sailed Steamer
Richmond. San Francisco.
San Francisco. Sept. 30. Arrived Steam
ers Hilonlan, Hilo; Atlas, Astoria; Argyll,
Seattle. Sailed Steamers Pennsylvania, An
con: Nlpon Maru (Japanese), Hongkong;
Columbia. Salina Cruz; schooner Rustler,
Tides at Astoria Today.
1:1 A. M....8.S feetT:31 A. M 0.8 foot
1:26 P. M 9.6 feet8:09 P. M.. 0. foot
RICH MAN HAS GUARDIAN
William C. Barker Declared to Be
Spendthrift by Court.
Following the allegations made In
the petition that William C Barker
was dissipating his money. Judge Clee
ton 4n Probate Court yesterday de
clared Barker a spendthrift and ap
pointed Seva B. Stewart as guardian.
He also named James Thompson. S. F.
Owen and Charles Crogster as ap
praisers of the Barker estate.
The petition was presented to the
court by Alice Barker, a sister, and
the County Commissioners, and alleged
that Barker had squandered $50,000 in
nve years. The petitioners estimate
that Barker's estate is worth $150,000.
SYSTEM - IS ' POPULAR
Irvington School's New Work
BRICK YARDS ARE VIEWED
Pupils Not Satisfied Till All Ques
tions Are Answered and Cost of
Production Fignred Cam
eras Play Big Bole.
The new system of practical educa
tion that is being demonstrated in
Portland in the Irvington School is
Due to Arrive.
Name. . From. Date, -
Yucatan. ...San Diego. ... In port
Bear. ......... Los Angeles. . In port
Alliance Eureka. ..... .Oct. 8
Rose City San Pedro. ... Oct. 4
Roanoke San Diego.... Oct. 5
' Breakwater. .. -Coos Bay. ... .Oct. 5
Sue H. Elmore. Tillamook. ...Oct. S
Beaver Los Angeles.. Oct. 0
Name. For. Date.
Harvard S. F. to L. A. Oct. 1
Yucatan. ... ...San Francisco Oct.
Tosemlte ...... San Diego. ... Oct.
Yosemlte San Diego. ... Oct.
Aroline. ...... .San FranclscoOct.
Carlos .Los Angeles. . Oct.
Klamath. .. . ...San Diego. ... Oct.
Tale S. F. to Li. A. Oct.
Bear Los Angeles.. Oct.
Alliance Coos Bay Oct.
Sue H. Elmore. Tillamook. ... Oct.
Breakwater. .. .Coos Bay Oct.
Rose City. ... ..Los Angeles.
Roanoke San Diego. ..
Beaver Los Angeles
, European and Oriental Service.
Name. From. Date.
TJckermark. ...Hamburg.... Oct 2
Den of Cromble London Oct. S
C Ferd LaelBS .Manila ov. 4
Use common sense, buy Superior coal,
$6 a ton. Main 154. A 1541 Adv.
Den of Olamis. London Nov. 8
Andalusia Hamburg,... Dec 4
Slthonla ..Hamburg.... Deo. 81
Den of Airlie. . .London Jan 3
MonmouthshlreLondon. ...... Feb. 1
Name. For. Date,
Uckermark. . -. Hamburg. ... Oct., 8
Den of Cromble London Oct. 10
C. Ferd Laelsz. Manila ..Nov. 8
Den of Glamls. London Nov. 18
Andalusia Hamburg. ... Dec. 10
Sithonla ..Hamburg.... Jan. 7
Den of Airlie. . .London Jan. 12
MonmouthshlreLondon Feb. 10
proving one of the most popular inno
vations ever made in the public school
system of this city. Pupils, parents
and teachers are enthusiastic in their
praise of the new plan that has been
introduced by Superintendent Alderman
and the Board of Education.
Yesterday 45 students of the Irving
ton School went on one of the outings
that are to be an important factor of
the modern educational scheme. The
young people, members of the upper
grades, were chaperoned by Miss Kath
erlne Jenkins and Miss Dudley, two of
the teachers, who took the boys and
girls to the Versteeg brickyards, where
the process of brick-making was ex
plained fully to the visitors. Both boys
and girls showed great interest in ex
ploring the clay pit, and the mill where
the clay is crushed, mixed and moulded.
The drying yards and the kilns were
examined fully and the composition of
the brick was explained carefully, while
the children took notes. Clay, sand
and water were mixed in the demon
stration, and the green bricks were
shown carired on a cable carrier to
the drying yards and later these were
taken to the kiln. .
The pupils were not satisfied until
they had asked all sorts of questions
and found out the average number of
bricks produced and the cost of their
production. Every detail came in for
inspection under their observing eyes.
Some took cameras and will show the
pictures and explain the trip to those
who could not go.
The teachers were kept busy, but
enjoyed the outing as much as did their
young charges. Visits to other plants
will be made in the near future, and
all information gathered will be used
by the children in composition writing
and in other branches of school work.
The interest shown by all, especially
the boys who hitherto have looked on
school as a bore, is gratifying to the
teachers and to Principal Elmer Brown,
Portland Day, Thursday, Oct. 2
(ALL TRAINS DIRECT TO FAIR GROUNDS)
Wednesday, Oct. 1 Thursday, Oct 2
Leave Union Depot 8:10 A. M.
Leave East Morrison 8:20 A. M.
No. 19 Leave Union Depot 8:35 A. M.
No. 19 Leave East "Morrison 8:45 A. M.
Leave Salem 5 :20 P. M.
Leave Fair Grounds 5:40 P. M.
No. 20 Leave Salem 7:38 P. M.
Leave Fair Grounds 7:45 P. M.
Friday, Oct. 3 Saturday, Oct. 4
Arrive Fair Grounds 10:15 A. M.
Arrive Salem 10:20 A. M.
Arrive Fair Grounds 11:05 A. M.
Arrive Salem 11:10 A. M.
Arrive Portland 7:50 P. M.
Arrive Portland 10:15 P. M.
I W sunsetA
I 0eROlUTESW) J
OTHER SALE DATES
October 1, 2, 3, 4
$2.00 ROUND TRIP
(Return limit October 8)
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent.
Chamber of Commerce Would
Halt Engineer's Transfer.
APPEAL DISPATCHED EAST
UNITEDEFFORT IS URGED
COXGRESSIOXAIy AID ASKED FOR
PORTLAND'S CEREAL EXPORTS FOR 1913-14 SEASON.
Cleared, vessel, naff, rlg, destination
1 lAxracan. Br. bk., Q., or F. (A)
7 Lord Derby, Br. ss., Tenerift (B)...
H Saxonla, Ger., ss.. Hongkong .....
9 Arna, Nor., ss., London (C)
10 Falls of Orchy, Br. ss.. Manilla
24 Harpagus, Br. ss., Hongkong.......
20 Marco Polo. Nor. bk., Dublin
Total for July 35S.337
(A) Also 3 26, 727 bushels of barley, value $S5.161.
(B) Also 122,506 bushels of barley, value $79,416.
' (C) 93.466 bushels of barley, value 60,560.
7 Inveresk, Br. bk.. G. or F
9 C. Ferd. Laeisz, Ger. ss.. Orient .
13--Celtic King. Br. ss.. Avonmuth (D)
31 Milverton, Br. sh., Q. or F. S..
21,223 f $4,000
1322,058 69.300 $277,102
Total for August
(D) 4i,4G sacks of barley, value S48.00O.
(E 115,023 bushels of barley, value $77,205.
G Vestalia, Br. ss., Manilla
13 Claverley. Br. ss.. Limerick
15 Wandsbek, Ger. bk., Q. or F
15 Jean, Fr. bk, Q. or F. (F)
20 Brisgavia, Ger. ss., Manilla
22 Harlow, Br. ss., St. Vincent
24 Earl of Elgin, Br. ss., Cork
25 Den of Ruthven, Br. ss.. Taku Bar....
2U Beilucla, Br. ss., St. Vincent..
127.521 1109,914 41.227 $164,908
' 260, 000
Total for September... 1.245.477 $1,084,750
(F) Also 123,404 bushels of barley, value $78,012.
Ports Committee Asks More Dredgers
' and Increase of Appropriations.
A letter urging- members of the Con
gressional delegations of Oregon,
Washington, Idaho and Montana to
form an organization that can present
a united front in aid of the movement
to obtain more dredgers at the mouth
of the Columbia River, and to Increase
the Congressional appropriation from
$850,000 to $2,000,000, was prepared by
the ports of the Columbia committee
A copy of the . letter, which is ad
dressed to Oregon Senators and Repre
sentatives, will be sent to each mem
ber of the several delegations. The
letter reads in part:
'It is our. belief that by adequate
Increase of dredging capacity on the bar
the channel may be deepened to 40
feet within 18 months.
'We believe that such improvement
in the channel will Invite an annual In
crease of $30,000,000 to $150,000,000 in
the foreign commerce of the ports of
"We greatly desire your support,
. . . feeling sure that nothing else
at this time is so important to the in
terests and development of the nearly
300,000 square miles drained by the Co
lumbia and its tributaries.
"We ask, therefore, that you and the
other members of our delegation from
Oregon, enlist the co-operation of Sen
ators and Representatives from Wash
ington, Idaho and Montana; also those
from Utah, Wyoming and Nevada, urg
ing upon the chief of the United States
engineers that he act favorably and at
once upon the recommendation of
Major Mclndoe. -
"We are certain that a grateful peo
ple in the entire Columbia River dis
trict will heartily commend and earn
estly support your most active effort in
line with our request."
Albany Higb School JTlects.
ALBANY, Or., Sept. 30. (Special.)
Delmar Gildow has been elected presi
dent of the senior class of the Albany
High School and other officers have
been chosen as follows: Vice-president,
Miss Miriam Page; secretary, Miss
Belle Thompson; treasurer, Marshall
Wood worth; class ' editor. Miss Dora
Portland Body Asks TWt Order Be
Rescinded So Port of Columbia
Improvements May Be Fin
ished by Familiar Man.
A determined effort was begun yes
terday by the Portland Chamber of
Commerce to have rescinded the order
transferrin Major Mclndoe, Corps of
Engineers, U. "S. A., to the Philippines
and to have him retained in the service
in this district until the big engineer
ing task he has in hand at the mouth
of the Columbia is completed. The fol
lowing telegram was sent to United
States Senator Chamberlain at Wash
ington, D. C.:
Portland Chamber of Commerce under
stand Major J. F. Mclndoe. in charge of
improvement of rivers and haroors in Sec
ond (Portland, Oregon,) District is to be
transferred to the Philippines. 'lne trus
ta faffl thnt while we are in the middle
of the vast work of the Improvement of the
mouth of thn Columbia tlver ana tne o
lumbia and Wilamette Rivers from Portland
to the sea that it m Kht work great nam
aei to ua and to the Columbia Basin shoul(
a ohans-A b made at this time, and could
not possibly be or any aavuntage. Major
Mclndoe has thorough knowledge from
many years' experience of the Immense work
at the mouth or the (JolumDia, wnicn anowi
edge is Invaluable at this time. We ask
.therefore, that you do your utmost to pre
vent a change now.
Major Mclndoe received the orders
by telegraph from W. T. Rossell, Chief
of Engineers, instructing nim 10 sau
for the Philippines from San Francisco
in December. The orders were not a
surprise to Major Mclndoe, since sug
gestions of the Impending change had
been received by him some weens ago.
The transfer is in line with the policy
of the department, which does not, as
a rule, leave an engineer in charge o
one district for more than three years,
Major Mclndoe is due for promotion to
the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in laib
Announcement of his successor has no
yet been made.
It is the hope of the Chamber of
Commerce that he may be retained in
this district at least until the north
jetty of the Columbia is completed and
the dredging work at the mouth of the
river, in which he has recently taken
an active and effective interest, has
been further developed.
It is probable that the appeal of the
Chamber of Commerce will be rein
forced by similar appeals from the Port
of Portland, the Port of Columbia Com
mittee and other similar organizations
which are vitally Interested in the ex
pedition of the harbor improvement
work at the mouth of the Columbia,
Superior Court yesterday overruled
demurrer Interposed by the Western
Union . Telegraph Company in the suit
filed against It by Mrs. Frank Rlchey,
who charges that the company was
negligent in the delivery of at message
sent to Her at Gresham, Or., by her
brother( R. D. Rosebrook, of this city,
apprising her of the death of her
father and the place of burial. The
message, it is charged, was delivered
the day following the funeral. Mrs.
Rlchey asks $1989 damages.
AID IS ASKED FOR FAMILY
Ex-Michigan Residents In Portland
Out of the fellow feeling of one
Michigan-born person for another, a
woman in Portland has in the past
year 'advanced nearly $500 to the aid
of a destitute family that came from
Michigan some time ago to settle in
Oregon, and now, her ability to aid
further being limited, an appeal will be
made through the Associated Charities
to other ex-Mlchlganders of Portland
to give funds to send their family back
They came to Oregon and settled on
a fruit farm near Portland, where they
did well until an attack of heart
trouble made it Impossible for the
father to work any more.
NIGHT ENROLLMENT DROPS
Attendance at Alblna Homestead
School Expected to Increase.
The attendance at the Albina
Homestead night school is smaller
this year for the opening week than
it was last year, but Principal Whitney
hopes the enrollment will increase. Mr,
Whitney believes the small attendance
is due to the fine weather and the fact
that the school has opened two weeks
earlier this year than last.
The night school opened Monday with
54 pupils. Last year the opening en
rollment was 75.
SDectal attention is given at the night
school to those who speak tne Eng
lish language indifferently. It also
fills a want for those who wish to re
view their school work and who are
unable to attend day school.
The hours for night school are 7:15
to 9:15, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
WILLIS F. HOWARD SOUGHT
Long Absence and Silence Prompts
. Relatives to Search.
Willis F. Howard left the livery and
transfer barn at 1029 East Alder street.
where he had been employed, January
29, 1913. Since then nothing has been
heard of or from him. Ill health, it
is said, had made him despondent for
a few weeks before he left and no
other cause for his disappearance is
Howard Is nve feet eignt Inches m
height and weighs 200 pounds. He has
a ruddy complexion, light blue eyes
and brown hair, thin on top. He is 50
years old. Anyone who can give In
formation concerning him should ad
dress Mrs. Harriet Howard, route 5.
box 156, Vancouver, Wash.
Demurrer Overruled In Lewis.
CENTRALIA. Wash., Sept. . 30. (Spe
cial.) Judge Rice In the Lewis County
COURT CUSTOM IS SCORNED
"Toy," Frequent Defendant, Stops
Procedure With Plea of Guilty.
Laura Little, known to the police as
"Toy," came back to court after an
absence of several days yesterday, this
time; on a charge of disorderly conduct.
Clerk Crounse started reading the
charge against her and the girl
laughed: "Ain't no use you reading all
that stuff," she said. "I'm guilty all
To the judge, who always has pet
little lectures for "Toy" in her numer
ous trips to court, she appealed: "Maks
it as easy as you can. Judge; I know
I've got it coming."
The Judge made it ten days.
to the transit to keep in touch wltri
the ball game.
During the remainder of the series
In Portland this week the transit will
be In dally use In the bank building.
Greenhorn Has Heavy Snowfall.
GREENHORN', Or., Sept. SO. (Spe
cial.) After & hard night's rain, th
higher mountains are covered with,
from one to five inches of snow, the
first of the season. Ureenhorn, with
an altitude of 6249 feet, had a two-inch
fall. Snow fell, also, at the Ben Har
rison mine, in Grant County, and the
Last Chance mine. In the Cornucopia
Mountains of Baker County.
Union Boy Stands Operation.
UNION. Or., Sept. 30. (Special.)
Ehrman Hall, son of G. F. Hall, a prom
inent merchant and farmer of this city,
was stricken with appendicitis yester
day. The young man was hurried to
the La Grande Hospital and operated
on Immediately. Young Hall stood the
operation well and it is believed will
The Jay Of
A. Wonderful Remedy That is a Natural
Aid and Relieves the Tension.
TAG SELLER IS PAROLED
Judge Lectures Man After Passing
"If you return to your dark and
devious ways the sentence of this court
will be put Into effect, said Judge Mc
Ginn yesterday in paroling St. D.
Martin, whom a Jury had found guilty
of vagrancy. Mary Martin, joint de
fendant with St. D. Martin, was Ignored
by the jury in returning its verdict
Martin was sentenced to six months In
jail and fined $100.
Martin and his wife were charged
with vagrancy following their tag day
sale last Summer when, it was charged,
they collected more than $75.
TRANSIT AIDTO BALL FANS
Vancouver Men Use Instrument to
Keep In Touch With Game.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Sept 30. (Spe
cial.) So eager were a number of
baseball fans In the United States Na
tional Bank building to learn of the
score that a vacant room was found
and a transit belonging to J. D. Aklns,
an attorney and ball fan, was trained
on a scoreboard of a cigar stand more
than a block away. At the end of
each Inning a line of fans made trips
Mother's Friend is the only remedy
known that is able to reach all the different
parts involved. It is
a penetrating external
application after the
formula of a noted
family doctor, and lu
bricates every muscle,
nerve, tissue or ten
By its daily use
there will be no pain,
no distress, no nausea.
no danger of lace radon or other accident,
and the period will be one of supreme com
fort and joyful anticipation.
Mother's Friend is one of thrsreatesf
of all helpful influences, for it robs child
birth of all its agonies and dangers, dispclt
all the doubt and dread, all sense of fear,
and thus enables the mind and body tc
await the greatest event in a woman's Iif
with untrammeled gladness.
You will find it on sale at all drug storet
at $1.00 a bottle, or the druggist will gladly
get it for you. Mother's Friend is prepared
only by the Bradfield Regulator Co., 23i
Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga., who will mail
on instructive book to expectant mothers.
Write for it to-day.
Time Your Relief
' OXT are constipated. Tou
want Quick relief. Son's
go around all day with a
headache, heavy dragging feel,
lng, bad stomach, ato
A business man. with lots of
duties needs a healthy mind and
body. Don't wast a day of your
Ufa. Tax y, glass of
ETKTASZ JAJT0 V7ATXB
the JTatursJ Xiaxatlv In the
morning- or at any time oa aa
mpty stomach watch the
clook, within on hour or so
bowels will mors tn
y and you're relieved.
a Dotu at any
Drug Stors today.
SOME DON'T S
For Stomach and Liver
Darkens Beautifully and Restores
Its Thickness and Lustre
Common irarden sag: brewed into a
heavy tea, with suipnur ana aiconoi
added, will turn gray, streaked and
faded hair beautifully dark and luxuri
ant: remove every bit of dandruff, stop
scalp itching and falling: hair. Mixing:
the Sage Tea ana ampnur recipe ai
home, though, is troublesome. An
easier way is 'to get the ready-to-use
tonic, costing a-ouui uu tenia n iai e
bottle, at drug stores, known as
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Rem
edy," thus avoiding a lot of muss.
While wispy, gray, raaea nair is not
sinful, we all desire to retain our
youthful appearance and attractiveness.
By darkening your hair with Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur no one can tell, be
cause it does it so naturally, so evenly.
You just dampen a sponge or soft brush
with it and draw tnis tnrougn your
hair, taking one small strand at a time;
by morning all gray hairs have disap
peared. After another application or
two your hair becomes beautifully dark,
glossy, soft and luxuriant and you ap
paax years younger Adv.
Don't take medicine for your Stomach ail
ment murnhiK. noon and nicht. as usually
such medicines only give temporary relief
bna simply digest tue zooa mat Happens to
be in tne btomu.cn.
Don't po.niit a surgical operation. There la
always serious clanger In operations and In
many cases of Stomach, Liver and Intestinal
Aliments lh knife can be avoided if tha
right remedy Is takon In time.
Don't go around with a foul smelling
brbath caused by a disordered Stomach and
Liver, to the dlbcomfort of those you cum
in contact with.
If you are a Stomach Sufferer don't think
you cannot be helped, probably worse cases
than yours have been restored by Mayr's
Wonderful Stomach Remedy.
Most stomach ailments are mainly caused
by a catarrhal condition. Mayr'i Wonderful
Stomach Keniudy not only removes the ca
tarrhal mucous, but allays the chronic in
llammatlon and assists In rendering the en
tire alimentary and Intestinal truct anti
septic, and this is the secret of its marvel
Don't Buffer constant pain and agony and
allow your stomach ailments to physically
undermine your health. No matter how Se
vern your case may be or how long you
have suffered one dose of Mayr'i W'under
ful Stomach Remedy should convince you
that you can be restored to iieaitn again.
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy lym
been taken and Is highly recommended 1
Members of Congress. Justice of the Su
prcme Court, Educators Lawyers, Merchants,
Hankerb. Doctors. DruKKlsis. Nurses. Manu
facturers, Priests. Ministers, Farmers and
people in all walks of life.
hend for valuable booklet on Stom
ach Ailments to Oeo. U. llayr, 154-159
Whiting St., Chicago, 11L
For sale In Portland by Owl Drug Co.,
Broadway and Washington, Portland, and '
druggists everywhere, ' j