4 THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, JULY 9, 1905. MAY NOW ENTER NEW MARKET Portland Jobbers Can Compete With San Francisco Firms for Trade. SOUTH-BOUND RATES CUT Tariff Announced by the San Fran cisco & Portland Steamship Company Affects Coast Water Freight Rates. By a new freight tariff, effective July 15. eouth-bound freight rates by water- are rediiced and Portland jobbers are placed on an equality with the 9an Fran cisco bouses. The San Francisco & Portland Stcam tehlp Company announced the new rates yesterday. The other steamers must nec essarily fall Into line. Copies of the new tariff were mailed yesterday, but will not be generally received by the Jobbers until tomorrow; For months and months Portland manu facturers and Jobbers have been trying to secure this new tariff, which does away wJtb the Western clarification, and makes a difference to them of from 10 to 47 .per cent on the south-bound freight they ship by water. On ihe Pacific Coast there are two j?reat Jobbing centers. San Francisco and Portland. Because the rates discriminat ed in favor of the Callfornians, the Port land men -cannot at present compete with the Bay City firms for the local trade there nor throughout the state.. But the San Francisco dealers, by reason of the low north-bound rates, have been able to hip goods here and sell them to Portland retailers in active competition with the men of the local Jobbing district- "With goods delivered cheaply in Portland, It was an easy matter for the Callfornians to see that they were distributed else where in. Oregon and Washington. When R. P. Schworin, president of the San Francisco & Portland, wag here last Summer he .promised that better rates would be forthcoming. The new tariff is bis fulfillment. Send Travelers to California. "We will now have traveling men in California on the same footing as the San Francisco Jobbers," said Jay Smith, manager of the Marphall-Wells Hard ware Company last night. "The new tariff means a great deal to us Indeed. When we came here we found that we were up against these high sou.th-bound rates, and have been trying for six months to get them changed. We" will go right after the California business. "Our Arm has a San Francisco branch, and we do not sell beyond the Oregon line, but the new tariff will help us very much in the Coos Bay country," 5a!d R. I Darrow, manager of tho John Deere Plow Company. "For the Portland job bers who have no California branches it "will be a great thing Indeed." The new rates will not affect lumber. Sour, wheat and cereal foods. Examples of Present Differentials. All kinds of metal articles from heavy hardware to screws form one of the heav iest shipments from San Francisco to Portland. On hardware the present rate is 20 .cents per 100 pounds when north-bound, nnd 25 cents for south-bound. After July 15 the difference will be eliminated. On nails, nuts, bolts, staples and wash- -cents, Yrtiile the south-bound is 25 cents. -This will 'be equalized. On carpets, linoleum, matting, oilcloth imd rugs the northbound- schedule has been SO cents, and the southbond 5 cents. Thirty cents will hereafter be the tariff tor either direction. The rate from San Francisco to Port land on lead and lead articles, copper, solder, zinc, etc., is now 15 centB in carload lots, and 20 cents on less than carloads, while the southbound rate prohibited local men from ever ship ping southward. By the new schedule the rate is to be 15 cents either way on any quantity. On stamped ware, tinware, etc.. the difference has been tremendous. North bound shipments cost 20 cents per 1(0 poujjds, whilo southbound cost 45 cents. The rates are to bo made equal. Large quantities of tents, awnings and oil clothing are made in Portland. To get these goods to San Francisco cost 45 cents, while the Callfornians paid only 20 cents to get similar shipments to Portland. Some General Reductions. Building and roofing material has been ixed at 15 cents either way. As large jntities of this material arc constantly .henvy reduction means much ath ends of the line. Element dealers have been goods here at the rate of any quantity, while Port- had to pay from 30 cents to ienuxor less than carloads, and 224 to 30 cents for carload lots. The new tariff is 20 cents for any quantity either vvay. Some northbound rates have been raised to correspond with the present south bound rates. Potatoes and onions, north bound, have cost 15 cents in carload lots, while southbound cost 174 cents. -The latter figure will obtain for either di rection. The present grain rates are 12i cents in fcarload lots. Oats, rye and barley have been raised to 15 cents either way. Outside of the commodities enumerated. In the tariff the rates are based on mer chandise not otherwise specified In less than carloads at 35 cents; on cars with a minimum of 30.000 pounds, 25 cents. The use of the schedule known as the Western classification Is entirely eliminated In connection with business originating in cither San Francisco or Portland. CREW REFUSES TO GO TO SEA Declare, Schooner Jennie Stella Seams "Will Open. ASTORIA, Or.. July 8. (Special.) The three-masled schooner Jennie Stella, en route from Vancouver, Wash., to San Francisco, with a cargo of lumber, is still lying in the stream, as the crew refuses to go to sea in her. The schooner Is leaking, and the mem bers of the crew say she is unseaworthy. While the vessel is not making much water about one inch an hour the men assert that If heavy weather Is encoun tered her seamB are liable to open further and she may become waterlogged. The owners of the schooner and of her cargo are being communicated with, but up to a late hour no decision had been reached. The Indications are that the men will consent to make the trip If they are al lowed additional pay. Launch Makes Ocean Voyage. From a river launch plying on the Wil lamette to a cannery tender making a ishort voyage on the Pacific, is the transi tion through which the launch Lorens has naescd this week. Built for a cannery land for the Oaks run during the dull season at Astoria. ( Business proving dull here, her owner engaged her .to carry fish on Yaqulna Bay. To reach Taqulna Bay a day's run on the ocean Is neces sary, but It Is believed the Lorens made port safely. Two Full Steamer Loads. Both the St. Paul and the F. A. Kllburn, which arrived last night, carried full pas senger lists from California. The St. Paul, coming direct from San Francisco, was somewhat behind her schedule. The Kll burn found passengers waiting for her at the way ports. To secure berths on any Portland-San Francisco steamer, either way. It Is now necessary' to make reser vations far in advance. Clearances at Astoira. ASTORIA, Or.. July 8. The schooner Fred B. Sanders cleared at the Custom- House today for San Pedro with a cargo of 700,000 feet of lumber, loaded at Tongue Point Lumber Company's mill. The schooner Jennie Stella also cleared at tho Custom-House today. She has a cargo of 360.000 feet of lumber, loaded at Vancou ver for San Francisco. Italian Cruiser Departs. Leaving here early yesterday morning, the Italian cruiser Umbria sailed from Astoria yesterday afternoon and is now on her way down the Coast, So far as known, no desertions occurred here. The harbor misses her swarthy sailors and numerous salutes. Fire Destroys Volga's Cargo. KOBQ, July 8.-The fire in the hold of the British steamer Volga. Captain Pattle, from San Francisco for Yokohama, has been extinguished. The cargo in ' the ship's after hold was destroyed. Marine Notes. A channel 20 feet deep is to be dredged across the Columbia, opening up the way for vessels to enter the Willamette or tho Columbia ship channel. The DunBtnulr yacht Thistle returned yesterday afternoon from Vancouver. Wash., where she had gone in the morn ing with her owner and party. Mr. Duns mulr wished to celebrate his birthday at the place where he was born. Domestic and Foreign Ports. ASTORIA, Or., July 8. Left dp at 3 A. 11. German hlp Arthur Fitter. Arrived at fl:20 .a. M. and left up at noon Steamer F. A. Kllburn. from Ban Francisco ana Coar.l ports. Arrived down at 1 and mllefl at 4 P. M. Italian cruiser Umbria. for Italy. Ar rived at 1:1B and left up at 3:40 P. M. Steamer St. Paul, from San Francisco. Ar rived down at r:15 and Failed at 6:30 P. M. Steamer Eureka, for J? an Francisco. Con dition of the bar at 8 P. M.. mooth; wind, northeast: weather, clear. San Franclfco. July 8. Arrived at 6 A. M. Steamer Columbia, from Portland. Arrived at 4 P. M. Steamer Cascade, from Portland. Sailed last night Steamer Despatch, for Port land. San IWro. July S. Arrived yesterday Schooner Beulah. from Portland. San Francisco. July S. Sailed Steamer Manchuria, for Hongkong; steamer Ala meda, for Honolulu; steamer Sequoia, for Wlllapa Harbor: schooner Robert Lewera, for Gray's Harbor. Arrived Schooner Com peer, from Port Blnlceley: schooner Mildred, for Bnllnrd; schooner Halyon, for Gray's Harbor. ROW OVER SEATTLE RAGES ANDY TOCXT. ACCUSED OF BUYING GENTLEMEN RIDERS. Event Called Off and Regular Jockeya Ride Homes Scaadal Stirred Up. SEATTLE. Wash., July S. The gen tlemen's Jockey race at the Meadows developed a scandal today, and as a result the Jockeys from the track rode the horses. Dr. Hnrtnnfrle and Mr. RIdgway. who were to have ridden In the race, stated to officials at the track that money had been otTercd them to pull their mounts. Rldgwav utated that Andy Young, who had se-! cured the riders for the race and who i was to ride Claudator, had made him an offer of $5.1 to pull Sweet Tooth, the horse he was to ride. Young had been given the mount on Claudator, which was conceded no chance by horsemen. When the betting was posted, the money poured In on the long shot. When tho charges were aired the Judges ordered all of the gentlemen riders taken down and the regular Jockeys were put up In their places. Montana Charities Delegates. HELENA. Mont. July 8. (Specials Governor Joseph IC Toole has appointed the following delegates to represent Mon tana at the convention of the National Society of Charities, and Corrections, to be held at Portland. Or.. July 15-25. Rev. Dr. W. N. Sloan. Dr. L. E. Holmes. Judge A. H. Barret. Otto F. Schoenfeld! Walter Shobe. ex-Governor Preston H. Leslie. Edward C Russel. Miss Georgia C. Young nnd Mrs. H. L. Glenn, of Hele nn: L. Bernhelm. H. R. Bartlett. W. H. Orr. Butte; ex-Senator Paris Gibson, W. E. Ellsworth. Great Falls; V. F. Clark. Whitehall: James Mauldin, Dillon; R. F. Allen. Billings; Rev. W. W. Van Orsdel! Great Falls; Rev. D. B. Price. StevenB yllle; M. L. Rickman. Boreman; Miss Alice Woody. Mrs. George F. Brooks. MIs Koula; Mrs. H. J. Miller. Mrs. W. F. Coggswell. LIvington; Mrs. C. M. Sawyer, Anaconda. Ashland Grounds Put in Order. ASHLAND. Or., July 8. (Special.) Great preparations are being made for the coming thirteenth annual as sembly of the Southern Oregon Chau tauqua Association, which opens at Ashland July 12, and continues until July 21. A large sum of money 1B being expended In fitting up the buildings and grounds. The Chautauqua taber nacle Is being enlarged greatly and Its seating capacity has been Increased from l-'OD to 1800, making It one of the largest auditoriums In the state. Campers are already beginning to arrive to be on hand at the opening next week. The Ashland assembly will have all the star platform attractions engaged for the other Coast assemblies this season. including Gunsaulus, Quayle, Bishop Hamilton and others. Lclnoncn Gets One Year. ASTORIA. Or., July 8. (Special.) Judge McBride today adjourned the session of the Circuit Court, but he will return dur ing August to hold a one-day's session. Before the adjournment. Prosecuting At torney Allen announced that he had inves tigated the alleged robbery of Albert-Lein-onen, the man who pleaded guilty to as sault with a dangerous weapon on Joseph Wilson, but was unable to secure evidence sufficient to warrant an arrest. Accord ingly, the matter was dropped, and Leln onen was sentenced to one year in the penitentiary. He was taken to Salem this evening. Skagway Fishermen on Strike. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. July 8. (Special.) Indian fishermen at Skagway have struck on account of tbe reduction In price from 8 cents to 6 cents. The reduc tion was made by cannerymen, who rely on traps for their supply. The Alaska run is only starting and many Indians are already on the Fraser River to flab sock FIRE AT SPOKANE Starts in Wright Art Store in Business Section. ESTIMATED LOSS, $120,000 Ttvo Women Are Rescued by Fire men After Being Cut Off From Stairs Jn the Office of a Dentist. SPOKANE. July S. The most costly fire of the year raged near the center of the business district this afternoon, and for a time a great conflagration was threatened. The lose Is estimated at $120,00. probably two-thirds Insured. The cause la unknown. Starting about 1 P. M. in the basement of F. B. Wright & Co.'s art store", the fire spread to the stock of paints and oils and could not be checked un,tll the building was a wreck. Adjoining store. were badly damaged by smoke and water, the Palm confection ery, the Best Clothing Company and the Crescent department store being heavy loners. The New York Dental parlors were de stroyed. Mrs. C. A. Rosebrook and Mrs. L S. Karney. who were In the dentist's office when the fire broke out, were cut bft from the stairway by the flames, but were rescued by the firemen unharmed. At 2:15 the fire was well under control. The chief lexers are: F. B. Wright, art store, total loss J25.0QO; insurance, 116,000. Best Clothing Company, stock, 110.000; well insured. Palm confectionery, machinery burned and store wrecked; loss, 530.000; Insurance, $15,000. Crescent store, owned by Spokane Dry Goods Company, smoke damage $15,000; cdvered by Insurance. Hunter building, owned by Spokane Dry Goods Company, loss $30,000; Insurance $12,000. New Tork Dental Company, loss J4OO0. It Is expected that the Hunter building will be at once replaced by one conform ing to that occupied by the Crescent. SOLDIERS' HOME IS CROWDED Admission Is Denied Those Getting Pensions Over $12 a Month. OLYMPIA. Wash.. July S. (Special.) On account of many applications for admission to the Stato Soldiers' Home, the superintendent has been instructed by the Board of Control to enforce a rule existing concerning the admission and caro of old soldiers who receive pensions. The regulations of the Home exclude veterans drawing sums in ex cess of $12 per month from the Gov ernment, but It has been customary to admit such men upon their signing an agreement that If applications from other old soldiers who do not receive such large pensions become so numer ous as to exceed the capacity of the in stitution, the' shall accept their dis charge. As provided by this agreement, a number have already been discharged from the institution. Soldiers who re quire hospital attendance arc permitted to remain, however, no matter what amount of pension Is received. Last month the attendance at the in stitution ran as high as 270, or 20 In excess of the average attendance of the preceding month. By the enforc ing of the regulation above referred to, the average attendance will be kept down to about 250. The report of the superintendent for June shows an av erage attendance of 253 and an ex penditure for maintenance of $4043. PROMOTER DESERTS XAIICOTTA S. T. Mlnard Accused of Taking Stockholders Money. SOUTH BEND. Wash.. July S. (Spe cial.) Word comes from Nahcotta that S. T. Mlnard. agent for the railway com pany at that point, hotelkeeper. promoter of the "Auto Hall" and "Auto Com pany." had disappeared during the fore part of the week, leaving a lot of unpaid obligations. Captain A. V. Reeves was in South Bend nnd secured a warrant for the arrest of Mlnard a day or two since on a charge of obtaining money under falae pretenses. Minard'6 principal scheme was the "Auto Company," which was proposed for the purpose of carrying people along Long Beach to various points of interest. It is not known Just how much cash Mlnard secured on this, but $1200 will not cover the amount he got away with. Stockholders In the company were of the Impression thai Mlnard had paid bills with the money paid In on subscription to the stock, but they are beginning to find out that he hnd paid nothing. Word was received yesterday that 4the railroad company had an accountant check up on Mlnara's books and he found a shortage of $400. In payment of various services. Mlnard issued checks on an Astoria bank up to last Saturday and then went to Astoria on Sunday. The first thing he did Mon day was to go to the bank and take out all the money he had on deposit and when the local checks arrived from the beach, the bank people stamped them "not paid for want of funds," and cent them back. DOUGLAS CLERK IS ENJOINED Question Whether District Is Part of Roseburg or Not. ROSEBURG. Or.. July 8. (Special.) Late last evening the County Court of Douglas County granted the petition of citizens of West Roseburg for forming a separate city incorporation there. As the new city charter of Roseburg, enacted at the last session of the Oregon Legisla ture, enlarged the city boundaries so as to Include a considerable portion of the same territory, tbe County Clerk was thts morning enjoined from entering of record the order of the County Court. The act of the Legislature became effective on May 19. and the City Council last Mon day night made an order forming r new ward of that district and prepared for tbe appointment of two CouncIImen. The petition of the West Roseburg citi zens had been laid over from the May term of the County Court, nnd when the matter was again called up for action the city's attorneys wore absent, and there being nothing offered in rebuttal, the petition was granted. The matter will now go to the Circuit Court for an adjudication. HERO HAS BLOOD-POISOXIXG Scratched Willie- Acting as Human Barrel for Half-Drowned Women. ROCK WOOD. Or.. July S. Special. Actlng as a human barrel on the seashore while the Inanimate form of Mlm Ella Young, of Portland, was rolled upon him, EL P. Smith received a scratch, supposedly from Miss Young, on his hand, and has blood poisoning as a result. JL fiaalta aal a, companion rescued Atlu Young and Mrs. Arthur Mann, her sister, while they were bathing some ten days ago near Seaside, and had gotten beyond their depth. Miss Young collapsed when taken out of the water, and as no log or barrel could be found on the beach. Smith submitted .to the heroic operation. His body was severely scratched and bruised. CHARGE EXTRADITION FEE Minnesota Custom fo Be Followed in Johnson Case. OLYMPIA. Wash., July S. (Special.) It has never been the custom In this state to charge fees for the Issuance of extradition papers. Governor Mead has been securing Information from the Governors of other states as to their practice, and finds that, although a majority of the states make no charge, a few of them do. Among the latter is Minnesota, Governor Johnson reporting that a fee of $5 Is charged, which goes to the executive clerk. If Governor Johnson's requisition for Mrs. Ida Johnson, the baby-farmer. Is granted. Minnesota wjll have to pay a fee to this state of $5. It is stated, however, that the executive clerk will not get it, but that it will be turned Into the state treasury. This does not mean that fees will be charged In all cases. It Is only Incident to the con troversy between the Governors of the two states over requisition matters. The hearing In the Johnson requisi tion has been postponed until next Tuesday. Sheriff Loth has to wait till Wednesday, In any event, for a hear ing in the Federal Court on a habeas corpus proceeding, and at the request of Mrs. Johnson's attorney. Will IL Morris, of Seattle, the matter was de ferred by Governor Mead. REVIVING ANTI-SALOOX LEAGUE Dr. Baker,. New Superintendent, Calls Meeting of Workers. SEATTLE. Wash.. July S. (Special.) Reorganization of the Washington Anti Saloon League i in progress in the head quarters offices of the league In the Ar cade building. It Is being led by Dr. P. A. Baker, superintendent of the present organisation, with branches in 43 states and territories. Dr. Baker this morning called together the headquarters committee, including a number of prominent church and Anti Saloon League workers. It Is tho an nounced purpose of Superintendent Baker to reorganize the work In this, state, which was left In a pretty much muddled condition by Dr. J. C. Thorns, the former superintendent, who was dismissed. Dr. Thorns intimated after his retire ment from the work of the league that he would have something pretty hot to say when Dr. Baker reached here, but he went to Nome Instead of waiting to file his protest. F. H. Chcrrlngton. his suc cessor, will be here next week. Improvements at Chemawa. CHEMAWA. Or.. July S. (Special.) The material for extensive Improvements at the school dlnlng-hall and kitchen are being delivered. The contract for these supplies being given to Salem and Port land firms. THREE ESCAPES RETAKEN JAMES LESLIE STAGGERS KENT JN RAGS. INTO Maloae Picked Up Near Steae'n Laad Ibj?, sad Officer ob Trail of Three Other. TACOMA. July S. (Speclal.)-SIck in mind and body, and cloehed In some rags that he had picked up In the fields through which he had passed. James Leslie, one of the escaped convict?, staggered Into the town of Kent this afternoon and was soon arrested by Marshal Sheplch. AH attempts to learn the whereabouts of his companions failed. Leslie said he lay concealed In the -brush near Stone's Land ing today, and that a number of officers passed close to his hiding-place. A report came from Sherlock today that Convict McCarthy had been captured, but It proved to be unfounded. McCarthy had been working on a ranch near there for two days, but disappeared today. Tonight a telephone message to the Ledger gave the information that Con vict Malone had been captured, presum ably near Stone's Landing, and that the officers were on the trial of three more convicts and expected to capture them within a short time. There are now five prisoners at large, three having been cap tured. Malonc Found on Vashon Islnnd. SEATTLE. July S. J. Malone. escaped convict from the United States Peniten tiary at McNeil's Island, was captured this afternoon. He was not armed. Ma lone was captured by Special Deputy United States Marshals Needham and Balrd, on Vashon Island, about 20 miles from here, and Is a prisoner In the City Jail. He will be returned to the peniten tiary tomorrow. It is expected that within the next 24 , hours several more of the escaped con victs will be captured. That several are still on Vashon Island Is the belief of the men In the employ of the United States Marshal's office. A complete search of the Island will bo made today. When searched at the police station; tho convict Malone had a small amount of to bacco, some shoestrings and a few small articles picked up In his travels. Reporter Is Badly Wounded. TACOMA. Wash.. July 8. Rltter Wllke son. who was shot by Deputy Marshal Bergh last night, was a reporter for the Tacoma News. Two rifle bullets, fired at a distance of 40 feet, shattered his arm and two others went through his coat sleeve. Wilkecon was acting as a deputy. George Armltage, another News re porter, was thrown into the Sound by the collision of two launches and narrowly escaped death by drowning. Three Men HcavIIj- Armed. PORT TOWNSEND. Wash.. July 8. (SpeclaL) Telephone advice from Brln non. a distant settlement on Hood's Canal, In this county, announce the presence there of three heavily armed strangers who, from published descriptions, are undoubtedly McCarthy. Castle and Wade, three of the escaped McNeil's Island con victs. A Sheriffs posse has gone from here in pursuit. Stlckney Tried to Break Jail. TACOMA. Wash.. July Ed Stlckney, one of the escaped convicts, who was cap tured, was caught trying to break out of the City Jail this afternoon. He was re moved to the County Jail. CAMPERS ALREADY OX GROUND Assembly at Gladstone Chautauqua Promises to Break Records. OREGON CITY, Or.. July S. (Spe cial.) More than 50 tents have already been stretched at Gladstone Park in preparation for the annual assembly of the Willamette Valley Chautauqua Association, which will be convened Tuesday. July 11. Never before at this early date were there as many camp J ar qa th grounds, and the manage-J. 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I Sole Manufacturers rouitni AXD WASHINGTON. ment has received every assurance that the attendance at this year's as sembly will prove a record-breaker. President W. C. Hawley arrived to night from Salem, and every detail has been arranged for the opening- day's programme. Tuesday, which will be of a patriotic order. Senator Thurston will deliver the opening address, a patriotic oration. In the afternoon, and In the evening Dr. William A. Quayle will give his celebrated lecture on "Abraham Lincoln." The addresses will be Interspersed with patriotic se lections by Parson's full orchestra and vocal numbers by Miss Mary Alverta Morse, of Oakland, Cal., Chautauqua soloist. Forest Threatened With Fire. SEATTLE. July 8. "Unless tho state takes some steps Immediately toward the appointment of a Deputy Fire Warden, with Jurisdiction In this county, the whole country to the north and northeast of Se attle will be in flames within the next few weeks." This was the statement made by Game Warden Rieff today, who for two years served also as Fire Warden In this county. Under the recent net of the Legislature the nppolntment of these wardens Is taken out of the hands of the County Commis sioners and delegated to a State Warden, whose duty It Is to divide the state Into districts and assign Deputy Wardens to patrol. Chcimiiijr Case Is Settled. BOISE. Idaho. July S. (Special.) The Supreme Court today affirmed the order of the District Court for Shoshone County denying the application of the Chemung Mining Company for a receiver to take over the Judgment of some $40O.C0O secured by Kennedy J. Hanley against the Empire State of Idaho Company In the suit over an eighth Interest In the Skookurn claim. 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They have a regularly organized system and Are enjoying their trip very much, marching by easy stages and giving entertainments In the towns to raise funds to defray their expenses. At theVate they are marching- they will be In Portland about the last of this month. Increase at Western State Asylum. OLYMPIA. Wash.. July 8. (Special.) The monthly report for the Western Washington Hospital for the Insane showB an Increase of 16 over the pre ceding month and an increase of 82 patients since last September. The number of patients received dur ing tho month was 32; discharged. 21; paroled. 7; returned from probation. 3. ana thoroughly restored to vigorous neaun. WORIUED MEN". Have you VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE ? Under our method we cure without surgery. VITAL DECLINE, commonly called lost manhood. Is a sure sign of vital decay and weakness. Master the weakness now. Don't let false modesty ruin your health. Come to us at once and be quickly cured. 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DaadroT 1 a cvartaxiess Hiee. caaeed by a microbe. GOINQl 30ING!1 GONE 111 mnciiE m wi it lEIPKItE DON'T CRY FAKE T&a mere mention of "hair remedr" throws sotae sen Into a fit of unreasonable Incre dulity. It Is true that befora the znlerobio origin of baJdnea was discovered zaoit hair remedies wera worthless, but not many tni SttTM, J1.M. ShI Ik., ttaps, ti BEHPKliE CO.. Dtp!. H.t Kttn, kh.. far i $w. NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE The Or!lMl Remedy That " Kills the Dandraff Germ." AapIlcattwB at Pramlaeat Barber Shops. in all the latest plain and and Russian effects, at .0 Iqq reduced to $1.50 $2.25 $2.50 reduced to $2.00 making' an average attendance of 8S1. The expenditures were $10,248. To Buy Warships lor Norway. BELLINGHAM. Wash.. July 8. A mass meeting of Norwegians In this city last night resolved. In case of hostilities be tween Sweden and Norway, to inaugurate subscriptions, which they hope will be In creased by their countrymen In America until sufficient for tho purchase of two modern battleships for presentation to the Government of Norway. Disciplinarian Is at Puyallup. - CHEMAWA. Or., July 8.-(Speclal.)-The pupils of the school here were glai, to greet David B. Brewer upon his return to the school today to assume the duties of disciplinarian. Mr. Brewer Is a Puyallup Indian and one of the first pu pils of Chemawa. He graduated here In 1883 and has been employed nearly con tinuously since. Defeated by Second Team. CHEMAWA. Or.. July S. (Special.) The St. Paul baseball team was defeated here today by the second Chemawa team by a score of 17 to 9. The 'Chemawa pitcher struck out 11 men, while the St. Paul twlrler struck eight of the Che m a wan a Diseases That Wreck Men's Lives Cured Promptly and Permanently OUR PATIENTS HAVE NO RELAPSES FRAIL MEN". We give you new life and vigor "We build you up and make you ttrong- with a. strength that lasts. MEN PAST 40, who find their vital powers waning, quickly till lUt IT 190 ute m iiirmiE of them were designedly so. Chronic bald ness Is incurable, but Its forerunner dandruff, ttohtnr scalp and falling hair can be cured by stopping th mlcrobta grqsrth with Newbro'a Merplolde. It pre vents reinfection. Money back If unsatis factory. Delightful hair dressing. Stops Itching- of scalp Instantly.