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THE MORNING . OREGOXIAN MONDAY. "OCTOBER 11. 1915.
OREGON GIVES FULL
CREDIT TO PULLMAN
Beaten Eleven Offers No Alibi
and Pays Tribute to Abil
ity of Dietz.
AGGIES SHOW TOP FORM
Corvallis Faces Hard Schedule From
2ow On, but XriumpU Over
Whitman Gives Hope for BI5
BY P.OSCOE PAWCEIT.
Upsets in football dope, both. East
and West, are not uncommon outcrop
pings about this time every season, but
not since that terrible slaughtering
of the Oregon Aggies by Washington
about three years ago has there been
such a spattering- 01 the dope as that
r Iven Oregon by the Washington Stale
Collegians Saturday at Pullman.
For the sake of those who Journeyed
pheasantward before the arrival of
daylight and the paper carrier yester
day, let It be said that Oregon was
snowed under 28-3. The Eugene boys
were in Portland yesterday en, route
home and there was nary a whisper.
Oood sportsmanship was everywhere
"We hated to lose but Washington
Etute outclassed us," said Coach Bez
dek. "They made two touchdowns that
were rather flukey. Still, Coach Diets
produced a wonderfully transformed
eleven from that of last year. Johnny
Beckett put up a remarkable game at
fullback for us. Our team is rather
avreen and will give a better account
of itself later in the Fall."
Last year Oregon defeated practic
ally this same team by one touchdown
on Multnomah Field, but only after a
series of thrills that will long be re
membered. At one stage of the game
the Washington Staters were- within
one-half inch of the Oregon goal line
on their final plunge. They contend
yet that in the fateful scrimmage Bern
ard had the ball a few inches over the
Jlne down under the heap of humanity
way from the view of the officials,
and that Anson Cornell pushed it back
and saved his team from defeat.
At Corvallis Dr. E. J. Stewart dem
onstrated that he has another whirl
wind team by walloping Whitman Col
lege, 34-7, the same team, by the way,
which held Multnomah Club to a 6-0
score one week ago. Whitman Is the
only Northwest conference college on
Washington's schedule this Fall and,
no doubt, for purposes of comparison,
the Oregon Aggies jogged through the
entire 60 minutes "on the high."
Tom Tyrer, the famous Pullman end
and now assistant to Bill Diets as coach
at his alma mater, took in the Corvallis
matinee in his official capacity as
cout and on his way borne Tyrer con
fided to the writer that he had never
seen a better balanced team In the
"Wonderful backfield," rhapsodized
the Pullman coach. ."And a heavy line
that is going to give us a lot of trou
ble. Before I heard our score over
Oregon I thought it would be a crime
to pit our boys against the Oregon
Aggies next Saturday at Corvallis. Now.
of course, the aspect is different." I
don't see how we beat Oregon by such
a lop-sided score. Dietz is proving
himself a great coach. He has the
Carlisle system down to the n-th pow
er. Our team does not average more
than 175 pounds and we have no new
material of Importance."
Plowden Stott umpired the Corvallis
Whitman game and he speaks highly
of Dutton's Bprinting ability.
With Hofer back in harness this
week, the Oregon Aggies ought to be
In good shape to tackle Washington
State. It's a pity, though, that "Hun
fry" Smith isn't available for those
intersections! games on the Aggies'
schedule. "He is a big, lion-hearted
fellow and could be used to great ad
vantage by Coach Stewart.
On October 30 the Oregon Aesrles
meet the Michigan Aggies at East la il
eitis. Mich., and on December 1 Syra
cuse will come to Portland and it is
hoped that the Aggies shake them
nelves loose from Old Man Accident
before these settoes.
Syracuse held Princeton' to a 3-0
score Saturday and the Michigan Ag
Kies smothered Bweet Alma 74-12, so
both these teams are mighty formid
Last Fall the University of Wash
ington football authorities turned up
their noses at Washington State Col
lege as a Thanksgiving day attraction?.
"Too much like kindergarten," was the
way Coach Dobie put it. And forth-,-wlth
Washington took on the Univer
sity of Colorado as its Turkey- day
Inasmuch as the Colorado Aggies
walloped Colorado 28-6 on Saturday it
would take a man with 90-foot legs
and a pair of binoculars to see wherein
Washington has improved its brand.
Johnny Bender Is coaching the Kan
sas Aggies this year and he did not
cover himself with any considerable
mantle of tinsel in his first bow to the
home folk. The best the Aggies could
do was to hold the five times cham
pion Nebraska ' Cornhuskers to 31
points. This duplicates last year's
core, so Johnny hasn't done worse, at
BLOODHOUNDS TRACE MAN
Jayton Suspect Is Held on Clwrge
of Attempted Robbery.
rAYTOM. Wash.. Oct. 10. (Special.)
The Golden Rule store, of this city,
was entered Thursday night, and
though nothing was stolen there were
evidences that the cash drawer had
been tried. It is the policy of this store
to keep only a small amount of money
in the buildinsr during the night, so
tho thieves could not have found much
if they had succeeded in opening the
till. An entry was made by taking a
pane of glass from one of the win
dows in the rear.
The bloodhounds from the Walla
Tralla penitentiary were sent for early
In the morning, and by 1 o'clock Friday
an arrest was made. Elmer Cantril,
of this city. Is held here on a charge of
robbing the Golden Rule, of Walla
Walla, and It is thought he may have
been Implicated In the affair here.
Canal Contracts Awarded.
TWIN FALLS. Idaho. Oct. 10. (Special.)-
The Twin Falls Canal Comnanv
has let contracts to various companies
lor Improvements of their system.
mounting to approximately $88,000.
Vnder the first bids submitted the cost
of this work was estimated at S110.-
000. The installation of a concrete
flume at Cottonwood was awarded to
the Idaho Construction Company, of
Roise, and the work of enlarging the
high line canal from Cedar Draw west
for 18 miles was awarded to the Smith
Green Company and the Morrison
Knudson Company, both of. Boise.
THE MONDAY CRAWFISH
"it .Never Crab."
the Press Club . and the Ad
Club on how to enforce peace,
which we understand, is what
several of the prom, powers in
Europe are now engaged in try
ing to do In their own simple,
Senator Charley Fulton ad
dressed the Civic League jat
on tne value of military, train-
Monday, Oct. 11, 1915.
Ua-SAN CULLliNj, Editor.
Wft called up ike Swett
w. k. Civic Leaguer the other
day to ask him wnat G. -Baker's
committee had ciono at one of
its meetings to provide means for
alleviating the BUlferlnas ot the
And lie said that he and
George and L. L. livings and
Gane Smith and ;;arsn lana and
J. li. isaroour and Charley
Here had Just, had a meeting
and had worked out a tentative
plan whereby work should be
provided for the unemployed In
the city In the coming winter
and in return for their work
they ahould be given lodgings
and a dollar and a quarter a
And we. suggested that the
idea was eooa, and asked him
what kind of work they had
doped out for the unemployed.
And be replied that tne only
line of. work they had been able
to find yet was b tea King rock.
u ue urau i wait to ximsn.
We find that we are right -n
surmising that Tom Conlon ana
Cliff Works were responsible
for our recent election &m m.r.
Ana we repuea mat tne pian
u we repuea mat tuu , t.,.
probably a good one but fl.i
d the elements of origin- , "J. S"1
allty, inasmuch as J. H. Steven
-on. the w. k. and deb on aire
police Judge, had been provid
ing that sort of employment, at
much the same terms, for the
unemployed for soma seasons
teemed a ra
TVe went over to Pantages last
wk. and when they were holding
Achlnr Heart" and then stooa
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
tot much rain is needed,
eander Wells has recovered
from his recent illness and has
restored . the Kast Side to the
Koy Wisecarver, of McMlnn
ville. Monuayed at the Imperial.
Years ago Hoy was one of the
main reasons why we didn't buy
a safety razor,
J. W. Brewer, the w. k. hire
ling of the Chamb. of Com., re
turned from Eastern Oregon a
eek a. go Sat. and left again
for Eastern ore, on Tues.. thus
leaving the burden of entertain
ing tourists still on the should
ers of Mark Woodruff and Mrs.
B. Sheldon, who can't get away
like he does.
Doc GalvanI dropped in the
other evening to advocate peace
with tut. he being still convinced
that Napoleon is one of the
world's greatest characters,
which he says, however, has
nothing to do with universal
Frank Griffith mingled with
otHisr traction magnates In Se
attle last wk. and for several
days the Jitneys were able to
run in Portland without being
viewed with alarm, Fred iiila
being now la Denver.
George L. Rimmonde, t"he w,
k promoter of the vile nicotine
habit, who lines very much to
have his name spelled with a
d." left Sat. for San. Fran,
where he will fortnight at the
exposition, we In the meantime
being driven co smoke a pipe,
which wo. always bad for our
ltev. J. Richard Olsen, who
is earning back to Portland next
Sun, to start preaching aaln,
has been lecturing in Nebraska
recently and writes that he
killed three mud hens.
J. A. Fouilhoux returned
from N. Y. the other day and
made the bold assertion that
the municipal auditorium would
bepln buildinp in Dec, which
seems plausible, he being the
architect but almost too good
to be true.
Bob Strahorn was in our
midst the other day and built
a few railroads In Kastern Ore
gon while here.
John Doucall and Rufe Hol
man have promised to fly at
each other's throats today over
the " paving 'question at the
Chamber of Commerce and
many will be present to see
H S. Houston was out from
the ICast last wk. and addressed
glee to sea
Donshow Kodama, the w. k
Japanese prophet, when here
last April predicted that W.
Phil Metschan yesterday that
-the local fans made a arrave
day to ask
ME IH STRAITS
WATER COMPANY DECISIOJf MAY
DELAY CITY PROJECT.
Mayor' Pelton Pnsxled to Know Hon
Payment Is to B. Made and
What Snlt May Mean.
MILWAUKIE, Or.. Oct. 10. (Special.)
The decision of Circuit Judge Camp
bell awarding $6500 to the-Milwaukle
Water Company and the right to sue
the city for damages leaves the situa
tion in this place complicated and deli
cate, in the opinion of Mayor G. C.
As the matter now stands, the order
restraining the City of Milwaukle from
supplying Bull Run water Is In force
until the city" pays into the court the
sum of $6500, The city has authorized
the sale of water bonds to the amount
of 25,000 to the Western Trust &
Mortgage Company, and the city engi
neer, J. W. Campbell, is preparing the
plans for the distribution system, the
cost of which is estimated at $24,000.
The order of the court to pay $6500
to the Milwaukle Water Company
makes it Impossible to proceed with
the construction of the water system
as originally Intended. The Milwaukle
Water Company may sue the city for
more damages under the decision.
"We shall have to go ahead with the
construction work." said the Mayor,
"now that we have so ruch money In
vested in the Bull Run plant. We can
not very well stop, now that we have
gone so far with the plant. The mat
ter will come, up at the regular meet
ing Tuesday night. The problem is
the right of the water company to sue
for damages in addition to the $6500.
The owners of the company have asked
$12,000 as the value of their plant, al
though I understand they offered to
take less some time ago."
The city has invested $zo,ooo in tne
trunk water mains, and has been pre
paring to spend the $25,000 more from
the sale of the bonds for the comple-
t' n of the plant.
BIGGER MARKET WANTED
Eugene Conndl to Bo Asked to Add
nrteen More Stalls.
EUGENE, 9r., Oct. 10. (Special.)
A. petition tor is aaaitionai stalls lor
the Eugene public market will be pre
sented to the City Council tomorrow
night by C. J. Hurd. marketroaster.
Eugene's public market is less than
six weeks old, and witn a total or ii
stalls, 44 spaces were demanded yester
day. Wagons, barrels and boxes were
used as temporary stalls.
Grocers and butchers have appealed
to the public through advertising space,
oalling attention to the expensive equip
ment required by the state for cleanli
ness on the part of the butchers tbat
is not required of the farmer-butchers-
WALLOWA FAIR IS HELD
School Districts fnlte in
Success of Event.
WALLOWA. Or, Oct. 10. (Special.)
The fourth annual Wallowa school
fair was held yesterday in the High
School and gymnasium buildings. A
number of the outside districts
united and brought axbiblta Tie
rr never 1
PORTLAND, OREG, MULT. CO., OCT. 11,
Conspiracy Guards Name.
Two weeks ago we attempted
to divulge to the world the se
cret of the success of A. P. Bate
ham, the w. sr. fruit expert, the
secret being that his first nam
Is Anson, after the famous base
ball player, to which he at
tributes his rise in the world.
the high schools and anthropio compositor,
af t?.tetI Thomas, who controls
out of the hall, he
find hi hat or any
the destinies of the
...t'"' .w."i - .DeUin his nam. Batman. Last
ft hi. f.i.VV wlc. when we again
exDose him. their
conspiracy still shielded
' ulF . ... a Dell It. c his name 1:
k7..i. " ""." who nilKh". be quit,
SVso i;" i 2 "'Thcrawftah 1. In
taker for th, thia ,ua appears,
will ever be able to
.r? this guardian barrier
Started , ), ..nmTin.Irr,.- 1M
to tell r'J.!k1.."!i OP by tie compositor and proof
he felt Wk ! n.- ?r reader, but we feel that civic
" uut. toia mm mat we . tf
would mention the Orpheum and
Art Kin-nley Exposed.
X. A. Perry, of Koulton, who
lost a dollar to Art, Klngsley
in a bet over the editorship of
Mlrh.! ih. w lr 7r, ,n Del over tne cuuiniup ui
1utrfi,.J . Jk... Ztfi The Crawfish, which dollar Art.
""?rVur whose mail ..... ha w(u show ua Um.
KmMSa".,;" .k." Vh" -I: informs us that Mr.
jokea u7, whicu !" "
most Important features of his
recent automobile odysaey la
When It cem,s to
l-?.?nQRXlion" "ance. we ng tango, maxixe.
informs us. "there were
laushed la ghoulish lad anvthlnS oh Artl
the audience suffer.
danced practically aU my life,
but for speed, grace and endur
ance. Art, had me faded to s,
"His only regret is that he
didn' t s;et to stay
Spfi!fI?J.lhS prom I011"1 enmesh to get a whack
President of the U. B.. would at tna ;Caracapl which Prof,
marry a widow forty years old. casimlrd' is introducing from
Anuerson 101a young Argentina, and which,
told, has every little
to get some dope others together.
that is emooaiea in
while he was here.
Fed. Clubs Jarred
When through the
1,1 1 tie Signs of Prosperity.
We dropped over the other
Geo. Ober, the de
efforts of Mrs. J. C.
mgr. of the Portland president, and Us many
business is prosper-
members, tne Independence
Civic League Joined the ranks of
nvsir n h. the Federated Clubs,
stand and bought a two-bit cl- ouely there was realized an elec-
gar, and biting the end off and trifled current of direct inter-
settllng the cigar in his face, est In the labyrinth of clubs
borrowed a match and told us throughout the state and even
confidentially that business was the Union. Independence Monl-
tor Society Notes.
WK'RK COINti TO GKT IN ON DRESS-UP WEEK.
exhibits were larger and better than
any time before. The agricultural and
vegetable display was mostly the prod
ucts raised by the school children dur
ing the Summer.
During the afternoon classes were
at work in the manual training, domes
tic science and commercial departments.
The eugenic contest was interesting.
Venlta Beaty. the 2-year-old daughter
of Mr.' and Mrs. J. J. Beaty, received
the highest score.
Athletic sports were a part of the
programme during the afternoon, and
a musical programme was rendered by
the pupils of the primary grades in the
First Child at "Little -3oy
Ranch" Loses Wan Look.
'Boy of 3, First of Five. Is Adopted
by Hood River Conple, Who Wonld
Make Many Happy.
OOD RIVER, Or., Oct. 10. (Spe
cial.) As tho first of five Intend
ed to be taken into their large country
home, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Parker, whose
place, "Little Boy Ranch." on the Co
lumbia River Highway, Just west of
Mitchell's Point, has created so much
attention, have adopted from a Port
land institution a little three-year-old
boy. Mrs. Parker says she wants the
house full of youngsters. "I think they
will be happier, if we have a lot of
them," she declared.
The first fortunate youth, who was
brought to the estate last week, has
had a surprise each day. Mrs. Parker
leads him into a new room of the lig
house every morning to show him the
curios and pictures that line the walls.
The peaked, pinched face of the little
waif is beginning to glow now with
health. From a backward foundling he
is growing Into the ordinary rnthusi-
astio youngster, who surprises happy
parents each day by some new trick.
I chose the thinnest little .follow I
could find," said Mrs. Parker. "I feel
like I can do more for such children.
It will be no trouble for the Uancsome,
healthy children to find homes."
Mr. and Mrs. - Parker left Thursday
for San Diego, Cal., where they were
called because ef the tragic -death of
a nephew of the former. The young
man, according to the meager mes
sage, had met with an accident in
Mexico, and his body was being brought
to ban JJiego lor interment.
SYRIA CLOSED BY TURKS
American BHsstonary Writes of Be
ing Barred Out.
WALLA WALLA, Wash., Oct. 10.
(Special.)- "The Turks are enforcing
such rigid rules against foreigners that
none may enter feyria, writes Rev. w.
Gaius Greenslade, missionary at Bei
rut. Syria, who left Syria after many
difficulties and now finds that be can
"Only the Captain of the United
States cruiser is allowed to land," he
writes in a letter to his parents. Even
the American Consul is not permitted
to receive any mail, but must go aboard
the cruiser to read his letters, and an
swer them before he returns to shore.
Mr. Greenslade visited Parts, to find
it, "ordinarily the gayest city In the
world, sad and anxious, but resolute
and determined." England, be states,
"is also anxious, but seems resolved to
win at whatever cost." Business, he
says, seems to be moving In the ordi
nary way, though everything is high in
Mr. Greenslade Is now at Assuit,
Egypt, where he will teach in the Pres
byterian mission college this Winter,
or until no can return to Syria.
TILL OUR NEXT
Oor Weekly Seroaoaett.
The Rev. Corinthians I 3ett,
in his sermon yesterday, said
in part, as follows:
"Consider the fowls of tne
air; when the open aeaeon be
gins and the city sportsmen get
out on the heath, then the in
nocent farmer can appreciate
the position o .Belgium la the
ITe, Yes! tie on!.
A few personal items that we
omitted last week was that
Nick Kolonen and daughter Miss
Tyyni Klunutrom and Saima
Hill motored to Carbonado, and
that Arthur Samueladn who
works In a logging camp at
West Port. Or., had his foot
badly smashed, and that J. L
Grufaer and Attorney Murray
of the law firm of Murray and
O ruber were transacting busi
ness in the city, and that Mrs.
K. C. Walters of Silverton is
visiting her parents Mr. and
Mrs. O. L. label 1. and that
Frank Curtis returned home
from east of the mountains and
that J. A. Maury was a Cen
tralla visitor, and that Em 11
a, vol a returned borne from
Alaska for the Winter. Win.ock
Droor - room -
Btate press the Lat Mystery.
Anent the reward offered by
Dean Collins, of the Monday
Crawfish, for information as to
the identity of one "Lloyd,"
who called to buy a drink while
Editor" Collins was out. It is
possible that the party omitted
the final "s." Only such an
organisation would be rash
enough to offer to buy for the
'Crawfish man," Aurora Ob
etc.," N. A.
Well, Times Are Hard.
T. D. Hoatetler, of the Needy
Brick and Tile Factory, was
transacting business here Tues
day. A. 8. Thompson, the Needy
merchant, was in this city Fri
day. Aurora Observer.
A Dastard Deed.
The Independence Enterprise,
of Sept. 4, .contains an acct.
of a desperate encounter be
tween Dep. Snerlff Veatch and
Charley palmer in Cooper's sa
loon, in which it goes on to
tat" thst "while being taken
from the saloon he dealt Deputy
Sheriff Veatch a blow in the
groan that rendered htm out Qf
commission for some time."-
To make the crime doub.y
apparent the story bears the
hpadlihe; "Kicks Deputy In the
Which we submit is a pretty
Already One of 'Em.
Ros le Rosen t hal, the fash ion
authority of the Press Club. an.
nounced last wk. that one of the
fads that the present styles in
women's drwsa la apt to produce
will bo tho ankle and knee
And John Cochran, the Cupid
of ;he Courthouse, remarked
that ha had been a member of
that organization for several
FIFTY WEEKS AGO TO
DAY. Ev. Johnson's umbrella was
We had had nearly enough
Charley Moores was taking
some intercut In politics.
Miles Overhoit was up from
Lozc- Awnglase, where he w
Mirklnv fnr a Mr. Hearst.
Ike Flelschner complained
y,at rtnr stnltA alwava took him
to places where the fishing bad
been good the week before.
Charley Pray, the w. k. secret
service man, was standing in
front of the Morgan bldg. look
ing at the electric sign on the
Columbia bldg. and his pocket
was picked. He said he
wouldn't mind, but it was the
only cigar lighter he ever saw
that would light.
OSWEGO 1M AT WORK
TRACK-LAYING FOR CEMEXT
PLAXT TO BEGIN TODAY.
Connections Between Company Quarries
at Rosebarg and Dallas and-Southern
Pacific to Be Made.
OREGOX CITY, Or., Oct. 10. (Spe
cial.) The Oswego. Dallas & Roseburg
Railroad, a subsidiary of the Portland
Cement Company, has begun operations
preparatory to the opening, ot the Os
wego plant of the cement concern.
Aman Moore, of the cement company.
said Saturday night that four miles of
track would be built at Roseburg, three
ana a nair at uanas and two and i
half at the Oswego plant. The com'
pany owns limestone quarries at Rose
burg and Dallas and the road now be
ing laid by the Oswego, Dallas & Rose
burg Company will connect the prop
erty with the southern pacific
Work on the track at Oswego will
begin tomorrow morning and will be
completed within 60 days, Mr. Moore,
said. The company is now being rein
corporated and Mr. Moore refused to
predict when Its Oswego plant would
LINN ASSESSOR REPORTS
Taxable Property In County Is Val
ued at $26,971,660.
ALBANY, Or., Oct. 10. (Special.)
'i ax a Die valuations in Linn County have
Deen listed by the Assessor as follows:
S03.65S acres tillable land $ .997.810
793,078 acres non-tiilabio land... 11,267.745
Improvement! on deeded or pat
ented lands 1,392.365
Town and city lots 1.680,460
improvements on town and city
. lots 2,057.440
improvements on lano not deed
ed or patented i 33.025
Logging roads and rolling stock 4S.(n0
uoats. engines. macninery ana
motor vehicles 373.100
Merchandise and stock In trade. . 609,743
farming implements, wagons, car-
- rlages, etc 220, 4 43
otes and accounts 6
Shares of stock ................ 2
Hotel and offices furniture, etc... 31.8 00
lo'oy norseo ana mules 60 4.2,45
23,656 cattle 687.015
31.353 sheep and goats S6.SO0
11.621 swine ' 7.470
1.164 dogs 7,030
Water ditches 7.20O
Total taxable property, exclusive
of public service corporations,
es finally equalized by the
ROUTE PAYS CHURCH DEBT
Higirway Directory to Be Sold to
Meet Congregation's Liability.
HOOD RIVER, Or., Oct. 10. (Spe
cial.) The Columb-la River Highway
baa been the Inspiration of the Ash
bury Methodist Church, of this city. In
an effort to rid itself of debt. Mem
bers of the congregation last Summer
conceived the Idea of Issuing a guide
and directory of the Hood River val
ley, the proceeds from the sales of
which should be turned over to the
The services of historian were se
cured, and, in addition to tha dry sta
tistics of the usual directory, the hand
somely illustrated volume now off the
press contains many stories of pfoaeer
days, ' well written legendary hiatory
and articles descriptive of locX scenery,
and points of note along the great
4 VESSELS ARRIVE
Each Will Load Lumber at
Various Points on Rivers, r
BARK MAKES SPEEDY TRIP
Echo Reaches Port 61 Iays After
Icpartare From Sydney, Austra
- li; Itngh Hogsin, Ravalli and
Xehalem Are In Also.
Four lumber vessels with a total car
rying; capacity of more than three mil
lion feet came into the river yesterday
morning;, and will taice on cartroea for
coast and over-sea shipment. Some of
the vessels will load at Portland and
others at points on the Columbia Hlver.
The vessels are: The American hark
Kcho, the American schooner Hugh
Hogran, and the coasting: steamers Ra
valli and Nehalem.
Making a speedy trjp, the American
bark Echo arrived at Astoria at 11:40
yesterday. SI days out from Sydney,
Australia. She left Sydney Augrust 9
in command of Captain Hennlnsjsen.
The bark will take on lumber here
for th American Trading- Company for
shipment either to Melbourne or Syd
ney, Australia. She is a vessel of 50
tons net and has a lumber carrying: ca
pacity of 860.000 feet.
The American schooner Hugrh Hogan,
which grot into the river yesterday at
8 o'clock, will take on lumber at the
Clark and Wilson mill, at Llnnton, for
shipment to China. She left Bristol
Bay August 8. coming; to Portland by
way of San Francisco. . She is a vessel
of 355 net tona and has a lumber carry
ing: capacity of 600,000 feet. She Is
commanded by Captain Wilhelmsen.
The coasters Ravalli and Nehalem
both come here to load lumber for the
Hammond Lumber Company for ship
ment to California points. Both" will
be loaded at Tongue Point.
The Ravalli reached Astoria at 19
o'clock yesterday. She is a vessel of
777 net tons -and has a carrying: ca
pacity of 840,000 feet of lumber.
The Nehalem beat the Ravalli Into
port about an hour, arriving: at 9 A.
M. yesterday. She can handle 800.000
feet of lumber and is a vessel of 265
SAXTA CTiARA. WELiT. LOADED
Two Steamers Leave Astoria Late
for Portland Ielivery,
Bringing; a pood load of passengers
and freight from California points, the
steamer Santa Clara, of the North Pa
cific line, reached Astoria, yesterday
morning. She left up at t o'clock in
The George W. Elder, of the same
line, reached Astoria at 12:40 o'clock.
She stopped to take on a shipment of
flour at the Astoria Flour mills and
left up at o'clock. She should arrive
In Portland Harbor this morning.
TKXJR WAREHOCSE PROGRESSES
Part of Framework of Municipal
Structure Is Placed.
Work Is proceeding rapidly on the
new warehouse of the city dock and
warehouse system at municipal dock
No. 1. Some of the concrete for the
foundation has been poured and a por
tion of the steel framework has been
erected along the east side.
The new warehouse will add consid
erably to the facilities for handling
freight at the dock. It will be connect
ed with the dock by means of a carrier.
DUE TO ARRIVE.
Nimi Prom Date.
Breakwater Coos Bay In port
Hear .ios Angeles .in port
banta Clara an i rancisco. ... in port
Northern Pacific. . -Saa Francisco. ... la port
Geo. W. Elder .San Diego In port
F. A. KHburn San Francisco. ...uct. J3
Great .Northern. . .San Francisco. ...Oct.
Beaver Los Angeles Oct
Roanoke ...ban lnego uet.
Hose City Xos Angeles Oct.
DUE TO DEPART.
Name. For Date.
Breakwater Coos Bay Indeft
Santa Clara an Francisco. ....Oct. 11
Northern Pacmcan Francisco. ... uct. l'l
W a oa ma.
.San Diego. . . . .Oct. 13
Geo. V. Elder...
. San Diego Oct. i:i
.Los Angeles Oct. 13
.Pan Francisco. Oct. 14
.San Francisco. . . -Oct. 14
F. A. Kilburn. . .
in Diegu Oct. 14
.Los Angeles Oct. IS
.San Diego Oct. -0
. Los Angeles Oct.
pert laaeV Atlantic Servtra,
DUE TO ARRIVE.
Name. Prom Tate.
Fanta Cecelia. .... -Naw York. ...... .Nov. 25
Panaman. ........ -New York. ... ... .Nov. 3J
low. an .N'evr York Dec. 1
Panta Catallna. .New York. .Dec 5
Santa Crua New York .Dec 20
Santa Clara New York Dec 2d
DUE TO DEPART.
Name. For Data,
Santa Cecelia New York. . . . . .Deo. 1
Iowan -New York Dec. S
Panaman New York. ....... Dec. 3
Santa Catallna. . . . New York Dec 10
Santa Cruz ..New York Dec J!3
Santa Clara New York Dec
Xews From Oregon Ports.
COOS BAT. Or., Oct. 1. (Special.) The
steamer Adeline Smith a rived from Sao
Francisco at 7 this morning and will load
lumber at the Smith mills.
Tho steam schooner Westerner, with
freleht for Coos Rv notnta r-rl v1 at- &
A. M. .and la shipping lumber at North
The auxiliary yacht Oulma crossed the bar
at 1:30 this afternoon en route to Portland.
Sailing today at 11 the gasoline schooner
Rustler is transporting freight to Rogue
ASTORIA. Or.. Oct. 10. (Special.) The
tank steamers Argyll and Atlaa arrived
from California with fuel oil for Portland.
Bringing freight and passengers for As
toria and Portland, the steamer George W.
Elder arrived from San Francisco and Saa
Pedro, and the steamer Santa Clara ar
rived from San Francisco, via Eureka and
The steam schooners Nehalem. Necanlcum
and Ravalli arrived from San Pedro tc
load lumber at the Hammond mill.
The steam aohooDcr Daisy Putnam sailed
for San Francisco with grain from Portland
and lumber from Westport and Aatorlg.
The steam schooner Santa Monica ar
rived from San Franoiaco and went to West
port to load lumber.
The schooner Hugh Hogan arrived IS days
from San Francisco and will load lumber at
The barken tlre Echo arrived after an ex
ceptionally pleasant trip of A3 days from
Sydney and Is chartered to load lumber at
the North Pacific mill for Sydney. An
option has been given for the sale of the
veaal, so she may go oa a drydock for
examination before commencing to load.
The schooner Hugh Hogan and the bark
en tine Echo left for Portland In tow of
the steamer Ocklahama.
Bringing a heavy freight and a fair list
of passengers the steamer Northern Pacific
arrived from San Francisco.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, Oct. 10. Arrived Steamers
Anvil from San Francisco: Santa Clara.
from San Francisco via Eureka and Coos
Bay; Oo. W. Eider, from San Diego via
way ports. Sailed -Steamers Klamath, for
San Diego via way ports, W. F, Herrin. for
Astoria, Oct. 10. Arrived at S and left
op at S A. M.. t earner Argyll, from, San
Francisco. Airivea at ana lert tip at X:
P. M . schooner Hugh iiocan. from San
Francisco. Arrived at t A. M.. staanwr
Nehalem. from San Pedro. Arrived at lU;li
A. M fin J left up at 3 P. M-. steamer Santa
Clara, from San rraaciieo via fc-ureka and
Coos Bay. Arrived at 11:40 A. M. and lert
up at a :30 P. M-. barkentlne Echo, frora
svdn7. Arrived -at 10 A. M.. steamer Ra
valli, iron Saa F&joi at IX A. M, steamer
This Trip to the Panama Exposition
A Lifetime Event
I The North Bank Road 1
S 1 r. A.D THE PALATIAL STEAMSHIPS
H "Great Northern" "Northern Pacific" s
E EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY, SATURDAY
z Best ef the Trip la Da71lKat. SjS
; Twenty-els; (.lorloas 11. ar. the Ocean.
Fares Iarloee Meals aad Berth and cs
Free Extras That Are Appreciated. . ss
Satisfied Passengers th Beat Advertisers. :
js OCTOBER ATTRACTIONS AT THE JEWELED CITY
' Forest Industries Convention. Logg-ers Congress. '
ss Daily Stock Show till Deo. 3. October 30 Oregon Day. r
S Daughter, o, the Confederacy. "&ntttnllihZS2Zlummt.
S Agricultural Meetings. lngs. X
Seeing the Exposition Is Incomplete Without a Cruise on These
-, Magnificent Ships.
North Bank Steamer Express (Steel Parlor Cars and Coaches) S
Leaves 9:30 A. M.. Arrives tx. F. 3:0 P. M. Next Day.
eSS-43 7-8a Market.
O. E. STONE),
Ceo. Traffic Mgr.
snta Monica, from San Francisco; at 15:J0
' M., steamer Northern Pacific, from San
P M., steamer Northern Pacific, from San
Franc t scu. Arrived at 12:40 and left up at
3 H. M.. steamer Geo. W. Elder, from Saa
Diego via way porta
San Francisco, Oct. ' 10. galled at 10
A. steamer F. A. KHburn, for Portland
via Eureka and Coos Bay; at 11 A. M.,
steamer Daisy Gadsby. for Portland. Ar
rived at 4 1. at., steamer Great Northern, :
San Francisco, Oct. 10. Arrived Steam
ers Simla (British), with barge from Van
couver; City of Topeka, from Eureka; Great
Northern, from Flavel ; Kose City, from
Portland. Sailed Steamers Admiral Dewey,
for Seattle ; Daisy Gadsby. F. A. KHburn,
for Portland; aKtherlne. for Eureka; San
Jacinto, for Grays Harbor; Ottlllie F. Fjord,
for Port Townaend.
Marconi Wireless Reports.
AU positions reported at 8 P. M., October
10. unless otberwlse designated.
Grace Dollar. Plya for Max at lan, 60 miles
south Plya, October 9.
Beaver. San Pedro for Ban Francisco, 12
miles east Point Conception.
Roanoke. San Francisco for San Pedro,
arriving Santa Barbara.
Tosemlte, San Pedro for San Francisco,
five miles north Pledras Blancas.
Multnoman. San IVdro for aan Francisco,
15 miles north Point Buchor.
Pleiades, ban Francisco for New Torlc. 460
miles south San Pedro.
ban Juan. Balboa for San Francisco, llzz
miles south San Francisco.
Drake, Vancouver for Richmond, 469
miles north Richmond.
Mills. San Luis for Seattle, 274 mikes
Porter, Monterey for Portland, off Co
Governor, San Francisco for Victoria, 125
miles north Cape I51anco.
Dakotan, Seattle for San Francisco, 12S
miles south Tatoosh.
Herrin. LInnton for San Francisco, 27
miles from Linnton.
Columbia River Bar Re-port.
NORTH HEAD. Oct. 10. Condition of the
bar at 5 P. M., sea smooth; wind northwest,
Tides at Astoria Today.
High. ) Low.
2:24 A. M T.5 feet(t:04 A. M 2.4
2:03 P. M 9.7 feet. 9:07 P. M . . . O.S
CHURCHMAN'S GUARD HERE
Eastern Officer Arrives to Take Ore
Son City Man Back.
OREON CITT, Or., Oct. 10. Special.)
Frank Virelli, an officer of tho Con
necticut State Police, stationed at Hart
ford, completed a trans-contlnnental
trip today to take back Arthur E.
Churchman, wanted in Connecticut to
face a charge of embezzlement com
mitted In 1911. Churchman's arrest
here a week ago ended a four-year
cnase by detectives.
Officer Virelli will ro to Salem to
morrow to obtain a state warrant for
Churchman from Governor Withy
combe. Churchman said today, how
ever, that he was willing: to go to the
East without putting up a fight. He
has confessed. The Connecticut officer
and his prisoner will leave for the East
UNION PUPILS ARE PLEASED
Children's Exhibits Win Prizes at
Xa Grande Fair.
UNION. Or.. Oct. 1 (Special.)
Teachers and pupils of the Union Pub
lic School returned from the County
Fair at La Grande last evening: well
pleased with the success of their ex
hiblts. The manual training- exhibit
tooK all the prizes In its class, and in
the stock-Judging contest. Union, for
the second time In succession, won
the silver cup. Moreover, the school
exhibit as a whole won first prize.
Irene Busiclc toolc first prise for the
best assortment of canned c;oods, and
Annie Hibbert took first prize for sew-
Many pupils from here attended the
fair and marched in the school-
LA GRANDE HAS SUNDAY LID
Drag Stores Get Trade and Clear
. Men to Install -'Bakeries."
LA GRANDE. Or.. Oct 10. (Special.)
Oregon's Sunday-closing- law was ap
plied here today by County Prosecutor
Eberhard and Sheriff Hug. Proprietors
of cigar stores and poolhaUs held
an indignation meeting this after
noon when the customary Sunday
trade went to the drugstores. The
sense ot the meeting was that if drug
stores could, under the law, be com
pelled to shut off cLgar and confec
tlonery trade, all would abide by the
law without a fight. If not, cigar
stores threaten. In many instances, to
put in bakery establishments to dodge
One hotel proprietor refused even the
sale of postage stamps.
H0PGR0WER FACES SUIT
J. V. Seavey Files Action Rgainst
YClliam JD. Miller.
OREGON CITT. Or.. Oct. 10. (Spe
cial.) J. W. Seavey. of the J. W.
Seavey Hop Company, filed a suit in
the Circuit Court Saturday agalns
William D. Miller for S87S.36. alleared
to be due as the result of a. contract
of Seavey to buy 20,000 pounds of hop;
The contract was signed February
11. 1915. and under It terms the plain
tiff was to buy 20.000 pounds of hops
from the Bruno John farm, near Bar
low. Sixteen, hundred dollars was ad
ing Sea Air
' rtrth and Stark
- Third aad Morrison
- 34S WaahlngtoB
100 Third St.
vanced by Seavey before the cron was
hanMtu) . K , , . . wl 1 "M
. . . . wopiaini stales. Due
when the crop was baled Seavey found
that It consisted of only 8763 pounds,
of which 6418 Bounds were rtn v..h
The amount delivered was valued at
eiu.n. or 1573.36 less than the sum
$13,846 PRUNE CROP SOLD
Wa&hougal rGower Markets 27 7,000
Pounds In Vancouver.
VANCOUVER, TVaah, Oct. 10. (Sdo-
claL) A check for (13.846 wai pall
to L F. Russell, of Wtabousal, yes
terday for his prune crop this year by
the J. K. Armsoy i-ackin? Company.
These prunes are now being- packed
hern for foreign shipment.
Mr. Russell a cron wciirheif 277.000
pounds. His estimate earlier In the
season was 280,000 pounds. Last year
me name company paid Mr. Russell
$25,825 for his crop. W. H. Wood, a
brother-in-law of Mr. Russell, received
M649 for his prune crop this year. He
had 92.000 pounds.
DAILY MKn-XROIXX;ICAI, RETORT.
PORTLAND. Oct. 10. Maximum lemorri.
lure, tl decree.; minimum. 4H degress.
Klver readme:. S A. M.. H Z fen. change
In last 24 hours. 0.1 feet fall. Total rainfall
(." P. M to i P. M. ), .UJ Inclitfs. Total
rainfall since September 1. IMS, 1.1? Inches.
Normal rainfall since September 1. 2.9d
Inches. Deficiency of rainfall since Septem
ber 1, 1U1S. l.Si Inches. Total sunshine.
S hours 40 minutes. Possible sunshine. 11
nours n minutes. H&romoter (reduced to
sea level) s P. M.. lnc.ies.
S2 . -
E - 2
W eat b si
46 0.00 ION Clear
M 0,(rO,i NtV Pt cloudy
0.00 N"V Clear
64 0.M)' 4 S Clear
H-2 0.0O 2tt S -Clear
78 0.00 4 NE Clear
7S O.OO 1 SW 'Clear
4rt.OU IS NE iClaudy
O.OOHJ N (Clear
TO). Oft. lit SE Claar
O.iiC' 4 N W Cloudy
64 0.0010 N Clear
T5 0.0i 24 8 IClear
72.0. on 4WCler
A2 0.UO' oNW'Clear
62 0.00 11 -E Cloudy
4.5 O.OO, itf w 'Claar
6 o.Oo! 4 SE k-lear
fib o.oo' is NW Claar
r4 0.in: 8 NWiTt. cloudy
?0.: X Claar
PO 0.00( 4'NE Clear
M o.oo'SPWiPt cloudy
61O.0-. N pt. cloudy
fiO 0.O2! N Jt. cloudy
700. 00; 4 NW'Clear
72 0.OO-0 S IClear
4.4.0.00 2-2 N (Cloudy
0 o.oo 14 SW "lear
56 O.PS 4 W Ipt. cloudy
im O.Oo 10 E Clear
U? Moines . .
MwrvhClttiii . .
Med ford ....
Montreal . . . .
New York ...
North H-ai .
Pocatello . . .
Tacoma . f 5 0.oV 4S Pt. cTaudy
Tatooah Island ... r,2 O CmH 4S ICIoixl v
Walla TValla, ...I o o.ool 4 Clear
Waahrnirton ..... O.OO' 4 NWVClear
Wtnnlnec 1 5- O.OA' 4 NWCloudy
Tha disturbance yesterday over Eastern
Montana has developed Into a low pressure
area, of marked enercr which now extends
from Colorado northeastward to Routhwrn
Minnesota. The, barometer Is relatively nt
over the A tlantlc states and also relative
ly hlch over Oregon end Washington. Rain
has fallen In portions nf Western Oreg-on.
Washington. Southeastern Idaho. Montana.
Wyomlnc and Western North rakota It
Is decidedly cooler In tho Northern Rocky
Mountain states and correspondingly vtrmtr
In tho Upper Mississippi Valley and Upper
Lak reel on.
Conditions are favorable for fair weather
In this district Monday. Uffht frost will
form in the early mornlns; In KaaLern Ore
gon and Southern Idaho.
Portland and vicinity Monday fair,
Oregon Mondav fair, llrht frost eaat por
tion Jn. early mornlns, westerly wlnxla.
Wanhinicon Monday fair, varta-ble winds,
Idaho Monday fair, light froct la early
mornias; south portion.
FTWA fD A. PFAT. TorrSBter.
Advises Doctors to Prescribe Vinol
and Gives Reasons Why.
"Doctor: Tou hare many patients
under your care at this season of the
year especially, whom you may con
eider are In need of the nutritious,
heal Ins properties of cod liver oil.
many people cannot digest or assimi
late the ordinary cod liver oil prepara
tions on account of their digestive dis
turbances. It is for this reason we want to re
spectfully call your attention to Vinol
a cod liver preparation contalrrtnr
Cod Liver Peptone made from fresh cod
livers and cod liver oil all oil elim
inated), together with Iron Peptonate.
Beef Peptone, Iron and Ammonium
Citrate, and pure Native Wine.
Vinol la non-secret and in our
opinion, superior to old-fashioned cod
liver oil and emulsions, because while
it contains all the medicinal value they
do, unlike them Vinol is dellciously
palatable and agreeable to the weak
We feel that medical practitioners
who once prescribe Vinol wlll do so
continuously, as under Its treatment
patients pain strength and put on flesh
almost from the start."
Front The Caaadiasi Jour Hal ef Medi
cine sad Snrarery.
Vinol Is for sale in Portland by the
Owl Drug Co., Portland. Or,