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THE 3IORXIXG OREGOXIAX. TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1913.
Properties in Interior Stimu
Fated by Heavy Demand
; Created in Europe.
GOLD DREDGING GROWS
Ait-rase Conirnt Trr Cubtc Yaril ol
Gratrl Ul Yrar SO C'rnt- ldl
larod PlMrkt fettle Don n
la Prrraanrnt Ilasls.
Cr.ECn.MAN XKWS Ft RE AC. Wash
Inton. Aua. ! Th European d.man
for roppr inJ th orlJ dVmaml to
fulil prumi. an in-rd production
ef th' two m-tala to A:aska durtn
191S, an1 til mtnlna Industry I be
Ms further stimulated, tt is said, by
tk l'nirt talr lirolo.-i al Survey, by
ta Murtnc inat th Government la
soon lo furnish rait conn-tloo Ulwrta
ts Vukon Valley irJ th MarMst
Vvtth th- opaninx of tht railroad
th if f foimnl of at least on of the
Mx Alaska ral nM,. great Inrr
la mineral prod irtitn la tvl. for
many of th interior properties have
fen hrltl brk thu far bfia of th
hlin remt of ful a wll aa the hin
COt or trar sportation.
Th valu of the sjold produce! In
Alaaka in 111 la ttmat.i bv the Gh
ici. al tttirv.r at tij.;.Ji. itwu
$ I !. in .s.-., of th production o
1U. but. trial at eire;ld. the sold
output lj imati'r than la any yea
sine the record-breakina !:, abtn
In in.i ao. productloa waa more
than I. 'J. '..
fir prmiur-! In Alaaka last year
waa vlul at llS.iiT and th copper
eurput waa :l.4-.; pounda. valued at
li.-;.H. mm aeairvet H.ii.lt pound
In in:. Th ci'?r production fell off
ahont :.''.' pound, d'i. It la paid, to
! low prl- that prevail! during
lrt of la )r. an. I before th heavy
liuroprt, ten:at developed. Sine the
ri.- of copper ha rtacn, the copper
mining- Induatry of Alaaka haa takeflj I
arrvat ap'irt. and a irrratlr Increaaed
pr-wlut- linn la predicted for thla yrar.
The lart annual output of copper
In ltk a In 131.'. when It reached
i . J.: pound.
in it, annual report on the produc
tion of rol l, atlver. cor pr and other
mrlala in AUk for 1,11. the vieo-
lci. al Survey aire additional facta.
i he val't of th placer prold pro
duce. I tn I'M! la eatlnuted at 110.730.-
: that of imi wa 9 l.st).00t. There
J-a a dccrc in the placer output
f-oni the ralrtanks. Knyukuk and
r'orty-mil riiatrlcta. and an Increase
from the JZ'ihy and Seward IVnlnsula
dtatricta. XNout ' placer nyora were
rcerat'd In 1511. 34 more, than In 111.
The tclt from the gravel worked last
year wa, tl.Z per cubic yard, a
aatainat 11.5; tn 1711.
Irelxla larrraala: aieadllv.
T.nl l Jrr.l.-inj In Al-iaka atra.lilr In
rreaaea. I-a.t yrar 41 dredges
were in operation, mora than tn any
Vrevloua ar. Thirty-nine of theae
wrre f.n the Seward I'rnlnaula. two In
the l.lttarod diatrict and one In the
t'alrhank, rtlitrtct. They recovered In
all 2 !. tn rol.l. the lareeat re
covery of any year. The averaice cold
content per cubic yard of itravrla mined
The aurver'a report ahowa that the
rrrater part of Alaaka Kol.t la re
rvered by placer,, and the Yukon and
Kuakokwim baatna are the l.ira-e! pro
curer. f mtre than Ili.ewO.OO'J in
irold recovered. IT.i.4;;i came from
thia dlatrtrt: the I'arirtc Cuaat belt, in
rl'idms Southeast Alaaka and I'rlnt
V llliam Sound, produced M.SJV1S7. and
Seward f'eninaula li.73I.DUO. There are
about t:i placer mine in tbe Kair
banka district, which prcxlured. all told,
about I j.S00.t in sroM. or i00.t00 Irs
th.n th previous year.
Th l.lttarod district, much In th
limrlijht a few rara ici, yielded -
. no.i Uat rar. a compared with
1. .." tn 1IJ. Thia district has
settled down to a permanent beat, and
moat of It, cold wa recovered by a frw
larae plant-, a, only about li plants
were worked last season.
almost undermined the foundations of
a Chestnut-street bank building-. H. K.
Parker, an enxlneer In th bureau of
hlsbwaya. found that the leak waa due
to a wooden water pipe 1:9 years old.
which waa in Chestnut street, between
Juniper and Thirteenth streets. In the
last year II -us waa spent trying- to
find the leak.
Th wooden water pipe lie Imme
diately under the terra cotta drain
from th basement of a store In Chest
nut street a few doors from Juniper.
It waa from this drain that th leak
It waa found that th water ran from
th drain to a loose Joint In the wooden
pip and thus cot Into the pipe. Then
it ran through th old pip westward
to a point Immediately In front of tbe
bank bulMlne; at Chestnut and Juniper
streets. There was another loose Joint
In the pipe, and from It the water
found It way to th foundation wall
of tho bank butldtna.
When the raus of th trouble was
discovered hop of ever finding the
leak had almoat been abandoned. The
owners of the bank property felt so
sure that the leak would not be found
that they had the foundation wall
strengthened and mad waterproof.
The old wooden pip Is a relic of
the city's first underground water serv
ice. Tbe piece found Is rather well
WIFE IS REBUFFED
M3n Writfic . CnmtcA Ho Will
in ui I ill 1 1 wpvuww I lb III
Not Give Up Rival.
COURT HEARS LETTER READ
ha must not drink; he must have the
artistic temperament and business abil
ity; he must have a sense of humor:
his habits must be settled and he must
ba In splendid health. Otherwise, the
front door for him.
Mrs. Stevens admitted a few days ago
that sheer loneliness bad driven her to
adTertlse for a mate. She aaya men in
middle life are the best home-makers,
because they have had their fling; and
are wlllinc to settle down.
hat I want is companionship and
love." she aaid. "But I want the man
who gets me to understand that he
will not s;et any cigar money. I'll give
him a home, but It is up to him to fur
nish his own spending- money."
Woman Seeks Divorce FVom Hus
band Wlio Positively Refuses to
Be Separated I-om Ills Iju
ploye Xamed la Clrarge.
DlVe Cr.RRICK. BEAVER RF.CRIIT.
1.0ES FOR EAST IIOE REDS.
cllwd Dlaaaata D rapped lata Cellar
by a-a TroeiSMrlaa- f VVeet Bid
fwrtuuid rity Vrmsw aiaadi.
W. Lk P.r.i w. LPl'
Pledmoe-t. .. a i IV et a ..1 , . . . a i
Kaal saa. .. a ;ioxi. ... 3 jiov
At Racrvailua lark t'uumoat X. East
.1 Fast Bid rara weat Bid a. sn-
Ceorg Crayson's battling- Piedmont
Maroons nosed themselves Into first
place in the City League race Sunday
at Kecreatton Park when they scalped
th Last Side Iteds. i to The victory
was a rioe one at that, however, aa
the Kaet 'S.le crew came back tn th
last canto and put over a brae of runs.
lave liernck.' tha lieaver recruit
wirier, get charged with th loaa of
th game. Although be dldn t start out
live a million dollars, he finished strong
and allowed th visitor but three hits,
one of which was of a decidedly
scratchy sort. This la th first tlm the
alaroona have been In th top position
nc the second half of the season got
under way. Hlllle ttepp started the
inning streak a couple of weeVs ago
that put the red-aulted tossera on top.
The gjme was played at Rrcreatlon
Park Immediately after th Salt Lake
Portland encounter before about 100
The Bellwood squad slipped Into the
'liar earlier In the afternoon when
hey took a '-to-1 trouncing: from the
Monarch, on the lot at East Twelfth
nd Kaat Davis street. Bonehead plays
on the part or tne lungoat. against
whom four errors were chalked, coat
Claxton the game. The scores follow:
II. H. E l R. H. E.
Piedmont .. 3 4 Eaat Side ..1(4
liatteriea W ebb and Bartholemy:
rrrlck and Klrichtlnger.
R.H. E l R H. E.
Sell wood ...3 4 West Side .. 11 3
latteries Claxton. i;ravelle and
Newman: Osborne and Colvln.
IVK SWIM COLl'MBU IlIVEK
One of Hood River Party Makes l!c-
turn Trip In Water.
HOOP TIIVER, Or. Aur. IS (Spe-
ial. Five young men swam the Co-
umbla Itlver at this point Sunday, the
arseat party known to have accom-
Uahcd the frat. Two hundred spec
tators watched their progress from th
shore. Thre rowboats accompanied
William Chandler was the only on
th five to make the return trip.
aklng an hour and ten minutes, Th
vrr her is folly a mile wide.
The nve men who reached the Waah-
ngtnn shore were Kred Coshow. Will-
m llontetler, Kdwln Sonnlchsen. Will
m Chandler and Forrest Woe.
NEW TOFIK. Au. 15. "I hav re
frained from mentioning the name of
the other woman In thla case because I
desired to avoid unnecessary embar
rasament to any on so unfortunate as
to be drawn Into this case. I cannot in
Justice to myself further omit the
After this preliminary abatement to
Supreme Court Juetic wh. Mrs.
Amy MacClinton. who Is suing Seth B.
MacCllnton. official stenographer, for
a separation, declared that 'alias Eda
Morton, an employ of her husband'a.
I the "other woman. In corrobori
lion of ber charges Mrs. McCllnton
submitted this letter which sh said
her husband had written and signed
I desire to make this final statement
of my position, and one also that 1
have Miss Morton's permission to say
la hers. We refuse absolutely to
change th present status of the mat.
ter unless some substitute Is offered
that will affect relations In the future
between us protected by the law. W
are willing-, however, to conform to all
possible conventions, safeguarded In
whatever way you deem beat.
Caaeat t Party Rrfnaed.
Htt. 1 1 1 .. V I . . n ,! .........
tlon of any kind, whether a divorce re- INCUBATOR BABY GUARDED
suus or not. v. nave careiuuy con-
KISS REWARD FOR RESCUE
Grateful Miss, 2 Years Old, Salutes
Officer's Horse, Too.
NEW YORK, Aur. li Mounted Po
liceman Daun and his horse. Ruby, of
the Liberty-avenue station, Brooklyn,
think they were highly paid for sav
in; Annie Abrahamowltz, 2 years old,
and her father. Samuel, of 976 New
Lots avenue, Brooklyn, from death In
Annie was riding- with her father on
top of a load of furniture when the
horses bolted, scattering: furniture
along; three blocks. Daun spurred his
horse against the team and forced it
Into a tree, snatching- Annie off the
waeron as they turned.
while he was modestly trying- to
escape from Abrahamowltz and
crowd, which Insisted on shaking hands
with him. Daun felt a tug- at his
coat, and looking- down saw a dis
beveled little girl, one finger stuck
bashfully In her mouth, smiling- up at
blm. Then she held out her arms.
Daun blushed, but picked her up
with one huge hand and held her tight,
with the crowd cheerin-r while she
threw her arms around his neck and
kissed him three times, once on che
nose and twice on the lips.
"Kiss horsey, too." offered Annie
and the blushing- cop held her while
she hugged the horse tight around the
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Pull pint Turpentine now 2Qq 25c Eanitol Tooth Paste jjg Sloan's Liniment nowQ(J
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Full plnVcotVon Seed' Oil 9Ct ?'" " L" t 60 s'ruP "t Figs on sale 0C
now for 1-00 O thine (doable OCn at OUu
Full pint Milk Magnesia C strength), at 0u Mc Dodd's Kidney Pills Jirn
now for 2Z 500 Hind's Honey Al- QCn now at.. . ... . . . ... .... . . . H Uu
Full pint Javelle Water OCa mond Cream 0u l v " RRp 11 G'yco-TQp
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?'aI tt,";,-r;,."i,'i';; AJ- 255 Bar Castile Soap on I On serviceable and long wearing.
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Main Floor. Brushes "U Up own J12 values at. 0Uit3
aldered the future, and as both of us
have passed the age of childhood, we
feel that we can best judge whether or
not happiness lies In that direction.
"We aro willing to listen to any sug
gestions which have aa a base kind
neas. bearing always tn mind tha sit
uation which confronts ua, which you
must see la a condition and not a
"Finally. I have tried to be frank in
all things. Mrs. MncCllnton has been
told that If she refuses to get a di
vorce I will do all In my power to
muke her life happy to a greater ex
tent than in the past. I have also
slated to her in as delicate a way as
possible that a resumption of our
marital relations Is Impossible. and
that to ask me to efface Mlas Morton
Is something I would not accede to.
Iarm la IMapated.
Mrs. MacCllnton estimated her hus
band's Income at tsoOO a year. He es
timated It at 12000. They have i
d-tuehter of 1 who is living with her
MacCllnton aald "temperamental
differences'' caused him to separate
from his wife. He said a wealthy rel
ative of his named Mrs. Amy Howes
had offered his wife a large income it
she separated from her husband. He
also charged her with trying to alien
ate his daughters affections.
Judge Weks granted the wife 120 a
Eloping Parents IV-ur Attempt May
Bo Mode to Kldnnp Infant.
ATLANTIC CITY. Aug. 15. Suspect
ing a plot to kidnap their -week-old
baby, which is being raised tn a board
walk incubator establishment here, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles R. Barnes, of New
York, have asked the police to place
guard over the child. Police Chief
Woodruff haa responded to their ap
peal and haa placed a detective near
Mr. Karnes, who is a magazine writ
er, figured in a sensational elopement
last October, when he fled with his
present wife from Cleveland to New
York, where they were married before
the technical charge of white slavery
sworn to by the bride's father.
Cleveland Judge, could be pressed.
We placed the baby In the Incu
bator- In an effort to save its life,"
Mr. Barnes said when asked about
the case. "Under care of specialists
there It is developing into a strong.
"About a week ago two women went
to the incubator. One claimed to be
sister of Mrs. Barnes and tha other
trained nurse. They asked to s
the baby, but not having a permit
from us. they were refused. They re
turned several days in succession and
repeated their request"
A BOOK OF S. II. GRIEy STAMPS
IHYFt) IS sm:AL DOLLAR. KAKNEP
ALMS STREET AT WEST RftBK "MARSHALL 4-700-HOME A 6171
STAMPS with all Ic
cream or soda pur
chases In our Tea
Room or at the Soda
Fountain from 2 P.
M. until we close at 9
WOLVES ATTACK RANGERS CARE OF LEPER IS PROBLEM
MAN HAS EDUCATED CARP
11-h onw al Call, Ilal, lYom Hand
and liIU liaial.
SANlt SfCT. . Auc. 1. Throdorr
FSarp, a rlahermsn. claims to b th
ornT nf th only educated carp In ra
tal. jihirp say the carp, which
wrisrns n-,rly I'l puind. and hrn put
tf th r rrarmMrs to a markrd de-
f't hi. Kill come to him when
h whlatlr. that It will rat out of hi
hand snj that m h--n bm is out in a boat
ill follow him around, swimming close
aarrrn. rtr:r the surft-e.
"I h. only hs.l him tnr Man-h."
'" j-h-rp. I ,sivi tr t.a. h him
nnr trt. k rrlwrrn now and Kali, and
mt v Int. r I n-.ay go on th tasj with
KANSAS MULE FARM PAYS
Xnrscrjr for Vonng Colts Operated
a Part of Industry.
OLATHH. Kan.. Aug. It. Kansas has
a nursrry (or baby mules. It Is located
on a big farm near here, and It la on
of th best-paying nurseries In tbe
Kvcry mule colt grows Into money
for th omner of the farm, M. la. Miller.
Whro 1 years old, trained and properly
mated, a ran I worth anywher from
to j' la th bt market In the
A m bi, for th nursery ther ar
mares. ;) Jennet and six Jacks on
JyV.e arrival of a colt Is of almost dally
oocurrrnce. .-sow me pastures are run
of mule youngsters, while their older
brothrrs and sisters are being trained
In the Drills preparatory to being put
on the market.
BIG LINERS FOR PACIFIC
Jm pa ntrr om pa n y
for IM V
liKATTl.t; Vi Aua. :i Crdrr
! 'i l i ik '.'.no K:-h
tc t& trvn workj toncira tn l4itat.
J pin, cr1' to tf rtr of th J.
pti.-- m-r l'jknm Uru, whirl mr
ri,i h,rr Ut m&M (rom hMs In ia
m- f t- -.hipf. th rfH'-fr r
plm .nt4. mill t o.- n th trn-Im-
ciric TTt'-? ift-r uNili'i b--n
r.,rrnir'-i. Tfi mrm la b 2i
frt lone n i i frrl lrm.
OWN LIFE ACTED IN PLAY
Woman Held for lira nd Jury Would
CIIMG. Aug. IT. Mr. I. U Kut
mn. 22. of Tulao. C-kla.. held here for
th I'rl-ral irn.l Jury for violating
the postal law, has startrd on a
"movi play of her own experience, so
ot---rs my be warned.
Mr. Kutman co;i-ctcd $?05 17 from
Tula bank belonclng to Mary Kelly.
TMs was Mrs. Kutmsn's maiden name.
and ah says she was notified by th
brk th money was her, ao ahe went
for It. and ben another Mary Kelly
railed at the bank for the money Mrs.
Rmnua i arrest followed.
Minnesota State Fbrester Tells of
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 17. How a for
est ranger and his helper escaped from
hungry timber wolves after a thrilling
battle In the wilds ot Northeastern Min
nesota was disclosed In a report re
ceived by W. T. Cox, State Forester,
from A. B. Gtbbs. ranger with head
quarters at I'ower Junction, St, Louis
Glbbs' assigned rang cover a wide
territory in the Uurntside reserve,
which stretches from a boundary near
Vermilion and Burntslde lakes toward
the Canadian boundary in St. Louis and
Some days ago Gibbs and a
helper trudged to Twin Lakes, tn the
heart of tbe reserve, and begsji the task
of cutting a trnti through lhe dense
thickets from Twin Lakes to Big ltlce
I.ake. Lake County. The course pene
trated one of the most remote and wild
sections of the reserve.
As th two men cut their war toward
the edse of Big Rice Lake an aperture
In the thickets revealed three big moose
near the shore. Secreting themselves
In the woods where the trail stopped.
the two men watched the moose grase,
swim and play. They were so Interested
In the moose that they were unaware
that a large timber wolf had been
stalking behind them on the trail.
With Instinctive premonition of dan
ger Glbbs wheeled about Just aa the
animal was crouching to lesp toward
them. Shortly before they had been on
th point of unbuckling and laying
aside their revolver holsters to make
the trail-cutting task easier. I'ae of
the revolvers kept tha wolf at bay.
Then a second wolf appeared at the
thicket's edge and a moment later a
third. Far from aid and with limited
ammunition. Glbba and his helper real
ised they must turn tha tables quickly.
The wolves drew nearer to the attack.
At any moment others equally hungry
and determined might arrive and form
When th men were losing hope of
escape one of the animals drew near,
crouching low. Both men opened lire
and found their mark. The wounded
animal dragged Itself Into the thicket
and soon became a victim of Its com
panions' hunger. Gibbs and his helper
lost no time retreating along the trail
to their supply baa at Twin Lakes.
Wilkebarre Councilmcn and Poor
Hoard at LoggcrlM-ads.
WILKKSBARRE. Pa.. Aug. 15. Coun-
cllraen of Wilkesbarre and directors of
the Central Poor Board are at logger
heads over the question of the care of
Joseph N'orman, who has been quaran
tined tn his home several months aa a
The care of Norman and th guarding
of his home have been costly for the
city and Councilman have endeavored
to shift the responsibility on the poor
authorities. The city officials contend
that the law provides that the Poor
Board must maintain shelter, nurse and
provide medical attention to any per
son in quarantine. The Poor Directors
admit that they are compelled to shel
ter and nurse the alleged leper, but
deny that they are forced to guard his
It has been decided that Mrs. Norman
and their children will have to leave
th house of the alleged leper, because
the Poor Board will not further provide
for them. Mrs. Norman has fought to
stay with her husband and declares she
would rather die than be forced to sep
arate from him.
AT MOOSE PICNIC
SPORTS AXD BIASY CONTESTS
HAKB DAY ENJOYABLE.
SMOKING BY GIRLS BARRED
HnnrolU Park TuIk-
Mop So Practice.
rtXNK VIL.I.. Minn.. ui. It "Oh.
f u:xn nr your wuman .io
moiv r:w:jjj-!!ca w t i ! rnotn."
Krr,4 H'-i.t., aitint jr! p
lr chi-'f ism yrunc worr.rn rrt
r uoiR rt: hi rtn
if.r rn I.' .' I un Th rractlc
vi t rxH b rrmittni. H;li tajr
T ft rl nn.f whfi f it tt4 jrnurc
ft. on1r Z I yz mokinc. will tx
LEAK IN OLD PIPE COSTLY
Krarrti for 13 Vrr fur 'aae ot
Pamase to Pank IVandatloa JKnd.
ST.W YORK. Auc. li. After search
re c ffm t'.m t t m for almost 1
jr ta fead a Uak to wair, whica
WIFE TOLD TO FIGHT BACK
Court Give, .dW-e to Woman Who
rtFVELAXP. Ohio. Aug. 17. A
woman. nu attacked by her husband,
l JuatiRrd in uinj dishes and rollinc
pir.s In defending herself. Judge Phil
lips declared In awarding a dtvorc
d-creaa to Kranctf-s Ctsan. Sh
chared her husband with cruelty.
"The huaband ordinarily Is supposed
to afford hts wife a degree of protec
t on." th court said. "Put when h
starts a famllv fight, my advice to
th wife Is to fight back."
raticnt Go to laortor In Jail.
CAIKii. HI- Auc. 1. Even though h
has served litti mor than a few
mrrks of a four months' Ja:l sentence
Imroaol after conviction for aaaault
with a daadlr wmih'b. th practice of
t'r. Krrrat J I'uncan Is not totally
.prl out. Manry irsons have com
to th Jail for medl.-al advl.. In t-ie
niost anlqu consultation-room in th
world, his cell. lr. luncan mets his
paiieata ,sarr.lns (hem and writes bis
FATE REUNITES COUPLE
Man Tlewed Korrm-r Wife After
Iape of W Years.
TIFFIN. O.. Aug. If John T. Mar
tin. i. of Paxton. 111., has married
Mrs. Km m a Knepper, (J years old. a
Kostorta widow, th same woman he
led to the altar 42 year ago.
Twelve yrar after their marriage
Martin, while traveling In Illinois, was
Injured In a railroad accident and suf
fered a complete lapse of memory. For
ten years he was In a state hospital,
loat to his family and friends.
When h suddenly recovered his
memory the firj-t thing he did was to
look for his wife. H found that sh.
believing he had deserted her. divorced
him and married a man named Knepper,
who is dead.
Martin renewed his suit, anj now
they are married for th second time,
and are on their second honeymoon, a
trip to Florida.
PERFECT HUSBAND SOUGHT
R4 Tha Orf ealaa'a ciaaaiA4 Ada.
Brooklyn Woman Who Advertised
noes Not rind Right Man.
r.ROOKLTN. Aug. 14 Mrs. Martha
Stevens, the widow who advertised for
a perfect husband, has not secured th
net she wants.
Th right man mustn't talk too muck;
BOYS HELD FOR HAY FIRE
Kxplanation or "Match Trick" Fails
to Satlefy Juvenile Court Jndse.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 15. Despite
the plea of lff-year-old Thomas Flana
gan, that "all the boys are doing it,"
Juds MacNcllIe, in the Juvenile Court,
decided that the "match trick" should
be placed in tha same category as
Flanagan. William Calhoun, 35
Calumet street, and Albert Entwietle,
314 Green street, were charged with
burning a big haystack on the farm of
"How did you do it Judge MacNeille
"You hold a match between a match
box and one of your fingera." Flana
gan aatd, "and then shoot it with
finger on your right hand. The match
goes oft lit. You never miss it. All
th boys ar doing it."
Calhoun was discharged. The other
boys were held on probation.
PHONOGRAPH TO BE JUDGE
Court Prooses Method to End Fam
ily Hons Heard.
KANSAS CITT." Mo.. Aug. 16- Police
Judge Joseph H. Brady believes many
family or neighbors' rows could bo
avoided If persona could "see them
selves as others see them.
Th Judge announces that hereafter
when there was a family quarrel be
cause of chickens, children or division
fence in his court he would place the
recording cylinder of a phonograph
where It would tak down each bit of
testimony, recording not only the words
but the inflection and Interruptions of
other witnesses. Then, a few day
later, be will summon all who took
part in the case and reverse the phono
graph, 'it will repeat the trial Just as
it recorded It.
"There will be no further need 'or
a Judg." he said. "Those who took
part will feel so ashamed of th entire
proceeding they will drop it right
Outing I Successful From Standpoint
of Finances, Net Profit Being
Estlmnted at 91000.'
Visitors from all sections of the state
were present Sunday to swell the
merry crowd at the Moose picnic at
Estacada Park. It is estimated that
fully 3000 people were there, going from
Portland in two special trains and by
automobile. Many also reached the
grounds by the regular cars on that
The day was made enjoyable by sports
and contests of various kindB and the
big basket lunch. There was also s
voting contest for the most popular
woman, which was won by Miss De-
lores Cullen. .
Included in the athletic events of
the day were running and Jumping
contests and three legged races. Jack
King, of Portland, 54 years old, made
2S feet, 6 Inches In three standing
jumps. He was defeated by about
three inches by a visiting Moose.
The women's dancing contest was
won by Miss Cnanaier, luz iiauory
street, and the men's by Matt Camp
bell. Judges were FranK Kendall, Airs.
W. C. Smith, Ed. Chapin, Frank Tuoey
and Dave Wheelis.
Tho picnic was successful from the
standpoint of finances. It Delng esti
mated that fully S1000 was netted.
Tho picnic committee was composed
of William Adams (chairman), ueorg
Baker, Andy Weinberger, O. C Bortx
meyer. J. D. M. Crockwell, Harry Ander
son. Harry Dinger, Harry A. Cohn
Roacoe Hurst, Jack King, George Taz-
well and Dr. B. B. Brooke.
did not take kindly to the interference
of the patrolman, was also charged
with resisting an officer.
Tlh Story Has Evidence.
EMPORIA. Kan.. Aug. 16. Frank
Cooper suffered a fracture of his left
arm her a few nights ago while pull
ing out a 29-pound catfish from the
Cottonwood River. In the excitement
of hauling up the big fish Cooper
slipped and fell.
-When a man doear-'t vant to commit him
self b says his condition Is Just normal.
"DEAD" MAN HOME AGAIN
Lad Who Left 20 Years Ago Back
With Stake Promised.
CARTHAGE. Mo, Aug. 16. Mourned
for dead, John Hughes, now a resident
of Goldfield. Nev.. returned here a few
days ago after an absence of more than
20 years. During that time he had
never written home. When he walked
unexpectedly into the home of his aged
mother. Mrs. E. Mansfield, ne was ira
Hughes left home at the age of 21
saying his relatives would hear from
him when he had made his "stake.
The stake was a long time coming
Then when he did attempt to locate his
mother he found she had married
asrain and gone West.
Through a Carthage friend wnom ne
happened to run across In UoUifield r
cently he learned his mother was alive
and in Carthage. He tooK tne Iirst
train back and says he Is here to stay.
RABBIT CHASER JAILED
Youth Kefuses to Pay Fine and
Governor 31ay Be Called In.
ELIZABETH. N. J, Aug. 15. Resi
dents of Linden township are Indig
nant over the punishment Imposed on
Alexander Frggllch. 19, by Recorder
James Over recently. When Fraglich
refused to pay a fine of $2 he was
taken to the county Jail to serve
sentence of five days for pursuing
rabbit across a graveyard.
Fraglich's parents, relatives and
neighbors are so incensed that they
y they will take tne case to uov
Fraclich. who was working near the
cemetery, says that when ne tried to
capture the rabbit alive the chase lea
Kim inside the cemetery enclosure. A
patrolman who was watching the chase
tertd after the youth. Frse-Iirh, who
"About two years ago I had
, -e J . 1
a severe attacK or aiairnoea
which lasted over a week,"
writes W. C Jones, Buford, N.
D. "I became so weak that 1
could not stand upright. A
druggist recommended Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. ,The first
dose relieved me and within
two days I was as well as
AUTO FLIRTS LURE TOLD
Woman Police Officer Relates How
She Captured Motorist.
CHICAGO, Aug. 16. The inside story
of the operations of the auto flirt is to
be told Justice Boyer, of Evanston.
The informant will be Mrs. Georgian
na Juu, the only woman policeman of
the exclusive norta shore suburb, while
Frank Calkins, a chauffeur, will nod
an occasional assent or dissent.
Calkins is chauffeur for William H.
Hill, of 1632 Ridgo avenue, and al
though he has a wife at 1720 Asbury
avenue, that did not prevent him from
inviting the "copette" into his car. ac
cording to the story told by Mrs. Juul.
"I was walking along the lake front,
when Calkins, driving his car, passed
me." said Mrs. Juul. "He remarked
about the evening, the stars, the rain
and everything else, but I didn't notice
him. He drove past me several times
and then it occurred to me that here
was a good chance to learn how the
auto flirt works. When he again asked
me to join him in a nice auto ride, I
"He asked me if I would have a drink.
and I answered no and then requested
him to drive me home. The car stopped
In front of the police station, and point
ing my little pistol at him. I placed him
under arrest. That's all."
Physicians of Old Town, Orono and
Bangor, called in consultation, wera
unable to agree on a diagnosis of ths
Boy Drowned as Kish Takes Hook.
DEEP RIVER. Conn., Aug. 15. Lin
wood Williams, 9, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Williams, of this place, was
drowned here while fishing with a com
panion in KeyDoard Lake. The two wer
sitting on a footbridge which crosses
the lower end of the lake, when Will
iams felt a bite on his line and, whila
pulling in, he fell over backward Into
about nve feet of water. It is thought
that his head struck a rock. N
Car Crushes Pearl.
LOUISVILLE, Ky, Aug. 15 A pearl
and five diamonds which were lost th
other day by Mrs. E. H. Ferguson were
found between streetcar tracks by Miss
Elizabeth Gathright. The pearl was
crushed by a car wheel. The diamonds
were not injured.
BENZINE VIEWED WITH FIRE
Man Is in Hospital and Flea-Infested
Home Is Burned.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 15. The ef
ficiency of benzine as an agent in rid
ding a house of fleas has been success
fully demonstrated by Christian Haur-
ry and his son. Christian. Jr., at their
home, 1949 Ritner street. The fleas are
So Is the greater part of the house.
For weeks the Haurry household has
suffered from neas. Someone suggest
ed sprinkling benzine about the cellar,
and Haurry and son decided to try the
Christian Haurry, Jr., eager to s
whether the benzine had accomplished
Its purpose, investigated matters witii
a lighted candle. An explosion result
ed. He was taken to St. Agnes' Hos
pital, badly burned on the face and
arms. His father, also burned, was
treated at a nearby drugstore. Evary
window in the house was smashed, the
floors were all ripped up, the founda
tion bulged out and the stone front
steps shaken out of alignment. The
force of the explosion caused a shelf in
a nearby grocery store to collapse and
S25 worth of Jams and other bottled
goods were damaged. 1
GIRL SLEEPS FOR 48 DAYS
Lass of 18 Weak When She Wakens,
but Is Recovering Strength.
ORONCO, Me., Aug. 15. After sleeping
almost continuously for 48 days, Mil
dred Melster, 18 years old, recovered
consciousness after recurrent waking
Intervals. She was rather weak, but
her physicians say she will soon re
cover her strength.
Mindred retired one night and could
not be awakened next morning. At
Intervals she aroused momentarily,
onl? to pay he was tired and sleepy.
Street tell the
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Coast Line Service
Kalama, Kelso, Chehalis, Centralia, Tacoma, Seat
tle, Everett, Bellingham, New Westminster and
Vancouver, B. C.
3 Trains Daily-3
Leave Portland 10 A. M., 5 P. M. 12:30 Midnight
From North Bank Station, 10th and Hoyt Sts.
Tickets, sleeping and parlor car res
ervations at CITY TICKET OFFICE,
48 Washington Street (Morgan Build
ing), and at DEPOT,
H. DICKSON, C. P. & T. A.
Telephone Marshall S071, A 2286
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