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THE SUNDAY OnEGOyiAN, PORTLAND. "AUGUST 1. 1915
OVER $614,000 SUIT
Lie Passed by A. E. Clark to
. Thomas Mannix and Invi-
tation 'Outside' Hinted.
JUDGE TWICE INTERFERES
Cross-Examination of Mr. Kiibs De
velops Animosity and Much Time
. Is Ttrrted to Wood Worm
i and Their Habits.
Twice yesterday Attorneys A. B.
. Clark and Thoroaa Mannix clashed or
th liU.000 autt of E. H. Dodge against
Frederick A. Ktbs and Wlllaxd N. Jones.
One tha -short and ugly word" waa
passed directly, and tbe aecond time an
: Invitation 10 go oitalde" waa Inferred.
Both timea Judge Kavanaugh cau
tioned the lawyers to atop quarreling.
Mr. Krlba waa on tha stand In the
morning- undergoing cross-examination
ajr Mr. Mannix.
-1 treated Dodge fairly." declared
Mr. Krlba In reply to tha crUp. accus
ing questions hurled at him by tha
-l.lr.- Says Mr. Clark.
Tou atolo hla property." snapped
Mr. Mannix. .
That's a lie." Interrupted Mr. Clark.
Tha lawyers glared at each fiercely.
Thla Is .entirely out of place. Its
tlemen. Proceed with the easa and
let a, hear no mora or thla." laid Judge
-Very well: III withdraw my re
mark, but he shouldn't bare said any
thing Ilka that." said Mr. Clark aa he
Tha cross-examination of Mr. Krlba
developed Hula except a. marked ani
mosity between the two aides In the
timber Isnd suit. Wood worms and
their hablta occupied a great deal of
time. 8om half a hundred million
of timber on the Krlba tract In
Fkamanla County. Washington, waa
burned tt-nber. A little of It. at least,
had worms In It. Mr. Mannix brought
an armful of the burned timber Intu
the courtroom to introduce aa evidence.
Warms Are Asked Ahaat.
Mr. Mannix showed the wood to Mr.
Krtbs and asked him about wood
-There's a lot of good timber In that
" tree Inside tha placea where the worms
- hare bored." aald Mr. Krlba.
"Tea. It would be good timber If the
- wormholea were cut out." remarked Mr.
Mannix. "Mightn't these worms hare
got Into the timber since 190 when
- - yosr cruise waa made?"
-As tha worms when they went Into
The timber. They didn't say anything
' to me about it-"
Later Mr. Mannix asked Mr. Kribi
"about his attitude toward Mr. Dodge.
"Didn't you put your hand on his
shoulder and say. 1 will alwaya be a
father to your" asked tha attorney.
Mr. Krlba leaned far back In the wit
ness chair and laughed.
"No." he said, sbsklng his bead and
taking out his handkerchief. "No, Mr.
Mannix. I didn't say that."
. After Mr. Kribs left the witness
atand Mr. Clark began calling timber
cruisers to tlx the amount of timber
en tha tract. While Mr. Mannix waa
. cross-examining one of these cruisers.
Mr. Clark made freguent remarks about
tha Quest loos. These clearly bothered
Mr. Mannix and ha finally exploded.
"I've had enough of nasty remarks
from you," he snapped. "You say things
In the courtroom that you wouldn't
dare to say outside."
-No, no. I don't." drawled Mr. Clark
easily. "I'll say them outside, all
Privilege Is Promised.
; "Tbe privilege will be accorded you."
said Mr. Mannix. turning back to his
witness. Mr. Clark smiled and locked
hla hands back of hla head. JudK Kav
anaugh held up hla hand and tbe case
Tha erosa-examination of one of the
cruisers. T. J. Clement, waa under way
when court adjourned at ft o'clock un
til Monday morning. Three more cruis
ers and possibly another wltnesa or two
remain to be called for the defense.
Tha defense's ease, according to Mr.
Clark, probably will be completed early
MRS. P1LUS0 IN PRISON
EX-PORTLAND WOXASI BEG IMS
TEAR TERM IX ARKAXSAs.
leslean Peliaws Pica GsUty e
Swindling Man Oat f T0 With
Aid af Tw Caasaaalaaa.
Mra. Elisa Plluso. formerly of Port
land, ana wnose momcr own yniw
in this city and resides at Itfe North
dw,Mt airt ha. itttrtM aervlns a
thre yeara sentence In the Arkansaa
Btate J-ennenuary lor imofiutmcui
and mud larceny, according to Infor
mation reaching her yeaterday. Shs
- . v. mfrrA wAman t a ba aentenced
to the Arkansas prison in years, th
. . . . . . . .
other being sent mere irera i-nm
Hock only a few days prior, on a mur
Mrs. Plluso pleaded guilty to charges
acainst her after her companion. Ralph
Kiccl. had been sentenced to a four
year term. " Both were accuaed of
..ilM.tf Uuti K.nattl net of 1700.
by a scheme similar to that which re
cently fooled r. jsaccni. a waauny com
ni.tlnn man of Portland, out of $1000
a .hind Mrun who waa with them
escaped. Moat of th money waa re
pun. aa man and wife of supposed
wealth. Mra. Plluso and Rlccl became
acquainted with their victim, and final
ly succeeded In getting Repettl to draw
ta in rurrencv from th bank to be
loaned as an Investment. Tha dupli
cate saf deposit box trick waa then
worked to perfection. The vlctlm'e at
teition waa distracted by Mra Plluso.
WCO fcrtnQ - ,
in the street. Repettl looked "too late
Tk victim did not "com to" until
the next day. when he examined the
ox he had placed in safe deposit vaults
.1 mMA . . trmr natataea therein.
Mrs, Plluso and Riccl wer arrested
in New Orleans a week later. inm
money had been deposited In St. Louis
k.ik hot waa recovered. A safe de-
k in Portland bank contain
l a - nr4 dftnmonflfl balonalng to
Mrs. Plluso was attached and assigned
to Repettl as payment of the money
taken from him.
OLD NAMES INSISTED ON
x unn..r. tiw w lth Husband Owns
' 5Iitrhell Point Oppoes Change.
WOOD niVEH. Or.. July It. CSpe-
.i.i -Tkiin tha name of. Mitchells
Point! Xavcr," Sucli wag the poalUv
statement of Mrs. Edgar Lock, who
resides lust east of the famous uasaii
crag through which crews of men have
Just completed a tunnel tor tne Co
lumbia River Highway.
Mrs. Lock was her jresteraay pro
testing against tha suggestion that the
gigantic formation h called Btorm
Cliff. She and bar husband own ana
pay taxea on the great promontory,
"We gave th State Highway Com
mission a right-of-way over a portion
nf the small cliff." says Mrs. Locke.
BtBR -CORF..- HIGH rSDER
' rOTEB MOTHER'S CARS.
Donald Blu although Blue
Isn't his real family name who
since he was weeks old hsa
been under the care of his foster
mother. Miss Eaun c "
trained nurse, recently was n
I tered In the contest for babies
I conducted by the Oregon Con
I grass of Mothers' Bureau in th
e Courthouse, and he came out with
a score of 97H- '
Donald la only 9 montha old. and.
- wv i tha victim of cir
cumstances. He has scarcely ever
seen his mother and never has
seen his father. Tha parenta sep
arated before ha was born, and
when he waa weeks old be was
given Into the care of Miss Blue,
at 2054 Delano street. Miss Blue
is anxious to adopt the boy. but
the mother has not consented
'and they can name that whatever
they please. But we do not want tbe
nam of grand old Big Mitchell
RICH GRAIN CROP SEEN
RECORD KETCRXS ARE PREDICTED
51 ISLAND EMPIRE.
nutrirl Minirr of R. O. Dun Jt Co.
at Spakaae Points Oat Paetars
I ad tea ting Preaperlty Ahead.
fitmvi w Tt.lk Inltr 11 fine-
clal.) Farmers of the Inland Empire
will receive tha larzeat returns for
their grain crop In th history of grain
nnwiur nr in inn racun: .nil ui" -.
wlin k TuiulhlA evrentinn of 1907. it
la preoiciea oy n. . utnj,
. AM t n nun A rA
Harvesting of KaJl-sown wneat is
In full swing m tn icaoing gram
Droduclnr districts, and the ylelil Is
rtmnlnr ?S tn ID bushels to the acre
on an avaraza. and KOOd Quality." he
owing to heat, but thla la negligible, and
present indications are inn on in
whole th yield of spring grain win
"With the increased acreage and the
neary yieio. ana assuming mai yntH
will average up to, or above, those
obtained In former Tears. It is con
sidered safe to say returns to our
farmers this year will be larger than
- - nrlnar tha last 15
mra with tha sola axeeDtlon' of 1907,
eo lar. tew sales 01 new wutn "
been made. and farmera for the most
, imlfv 1 h.ir Intention of holdinc
for higher prices. ,
..ini. mill, in I h.' fnlnnif Kninlra
rNh nm.nti nr lumDer ier juci or
- Ka . ti Ann nAnn f jt rnmnarM
with (4.000.000 fast for tha aam month
laat yaar. Tha demand for lumber
products from the prairie and other
Kaatarn States Is not unsatl'fnctory.
and some mills report more inquiries
oi late. -
Profane. Applicant I Arrested
th arrest of J. R. McDvltt y4erdy
on a cn.r(t oi uainj, prui-no mnu
lv Uncutttt bcau Mr. Holmaa
Id not a-lva him employment. Mr.
Ms office In th Commercial building
- - w n -Lr Vn.l.r.
- M- I7n I ma m the IfllBWil in
sist'ant, and Mr. Hoi man put him out
of the ornce. Tne commissioner
a.- ... . - . wrm w 1rr U.nVltt'l
arrest only after the ran stood In the
street and used abusive language, we
Devitt was reiesseq on pan.
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PARtDB AT BAitDOX CiXKBRWIll G COOS COBSTT ELKS' DAY.
BA.VDON-. Or. July 'fVS J&S?$S. 7
field and Bandon Commercial CXu .''XtmtAJMtM. part, of Coo. and Curry counties.
4000 people attended. Boat and auto ""nw" "mme Moving picture, wer mad of the day's
United States. -
GIANT TRADE BEGUN
640,000 Acres of Timber
to Be. Transferred.
FIELD WORK IS ARRANGED
ExAiange oi Forest Keservea Bo-
twren Federal Government and
State of Washington 111
Take Xearly Two Years.
ot.tmpta Wash.. July 31. (Spe
cial.) With about three-fourths of the
Mir mv selected. Clark V. Savldge,
rrnminin.r of Public Lands for the
State of Washington, and In charge oi
th exchange of lands between the
..... . H PArieraii Government, who
will awt, ( -
Smith, commissioner representing the
... a. ...iu..rinn wirn Bunier u
l.niLefl DIAIH uw.M.xw..
I . f. . - . lMw..nn.nr IMIK KXLL11S
fled that the work of perfecting ine
giant transfer of lands will do iinisneu
inside of two years. , .
i-. t.. i .v.. TjtvtA Commission
haa been busily engaged preparing for
m ...llniUawtf H aa
tha states part 01 mo -
(I. 9 th a Avchsntra. and too worK
..mn ataH thla WMK WI1CI1
meeting waa held In seatue, at wnn
about 1S crews of three men each were
-i i Thi. Arc will work on a
H1V1DU ...... " . . t .
nan-nartlaan basis under the Joint
direction of .the stato and Federal Gov
Fah crew consists of S
cruiser, who will be paid 17 a day: s
compaasman, to. do paiu -
and a packer at IX.B0 per day. In ad-
. . . . . . i : ..... K. atatl has BO
anion in w .i a - ,
LotAd an insDector. and the Federal
government also baa employed an in
Starrer Work. Bealaa.
a r9 fst11sVsvlnar ttl0 till
UnY w - aa w. - - w -
j ua hv'th Htjavta in
a w w A ,a r.p.it raicnres will
be begun Monday. In the Bnoqualmle
cv... Haurva. near owitia. -h .
n.ii about 100 working days of the
1 . ....aa .ft.r which the crew
ill aiianann vara uuiu i ' " w -
The contemplated exchange In lands
Involves 40.000 acrea of timber land.
The state will give up to the .Federal
uoveroweiii. um ..... -
locked up in th inaccessible farts or
th a-forest reserves In exchange for
...... winr In tha edges or
tha reserves. The state's land consists
of sections 16 and s, state
lands, which wer originauy jih..u
In the forest reserves wnen in
... aafHa hv th UOVf Til
SeneS wem ici -
. AAnArvation purposes. The
state will also receive forest reserve
7 . i a chool sections
lano. in cavukh.v -w.
which were squatted ipon by settlers
ai mo . " w TST
dedicated. . ,
n i nan Dm War It.
A feature of the arrangementa which
la distinctly pleasing to inn
. ! the nrovlsion
missioners m v.ii. , ,
that all xlerical work b performed at
th district foresters ni.
. . . . .nmA n the
land. wniio iiw'mi - , -
:. . r. i..in..r'. Africa at Olympia
nine '"-'. - - - .
. win ba sent from here to
the district forester's office for tabula
tion, after which a completed copy win
be forwarded to Washington, D.C.. and
one copy returned to the Land Com
missioner's ornce ai ui...,"-.
. . x.. i .i ji.t.irt foneatar mam
I Di rmaiai ....... . -
a.i. . i.rarA clerical force for the
.. huain.u of the office in
"r"'"!': :rv .vr Dt tabuut
rortianu. , v
... a tha aiirVavlnaT WOft
lng tne raiwi m v. - -
on the land cruise In Washington, will
not be very great, n is
WORK Oil ROAD RUSHED
TOO MEN AT WORK OX WILLAMETTE-
C'aa.tractlon Tralaa Reach Acme, ant)
Regnlar Service Will H Ia
EUGENE. Or, July 31. (Special.)
With a force of 700 men. the construc
tion work on the Yvuumtiw-r"'-Railroad
is being rushed all alcJTig tne
line. Construction train are now run
ning to Acme. 13 m-a below Maple
ton, and from that point sand, gravel
1 .' ...ri.i i. belna- taken
ana tinai . .
across the river on barges and hauled
three mile, over a Hha?thU
.i..ir .An tn tunnel No. 1. so that thla
. . a.AA Inn. will b COmOlete
by the time the rails' reach that Pnt.
According to W. R. Fontain. assistant
. AAia.aA with Assistant
engineer. a.nv-. - -
Engineer H. F. Hoey In charge of the
construction worn, everymin i
readiness for the Inauguration of reg
. . i tA a cm a is miles be-
Uiar aravia .w -
low the present terminus, .august
i AmA l
Acme Is the most western point of
the Wlllametto-Paclfle. at the point
where th road will cross the 'river at
the aeventh crossing of the Sluslaw and
where work on the drawbridge is well
. xtr r Mn thla hrlHtra Is
unaer way. ..via -
progressing as fast as material can be
nlaced on tne arounu. r '" a
BANDON ELKS HOLD BIG CELEBRATION IN BAN DON.
-: on . .. ....
road will tak a generally aouthern
direction to MarshfleJd. -
For aeveral months piledrivers nave
been at work in Tsiltcoos Lake, where
all piling for crossings and trestle
work at the various arms of the lake
has been driven, with the exception of
at Fiddle creek, ana at inn point ."
work will be completed within the next
two weeks, according to Mr. Fontain.
BRIDGE. ABSTRACT ASKED
Asotin Coonty Advised to Establish
Title to Span for State. ''
OT.WPIA. Wash- July 31. (Special.)
w. R. Roy. State Highway Commls-
. loner, today wrote to the , Commission
... a .nt in rvinntv advising tnem v
ar f Vaotin Countv advising tHem to
take up with Attorney General Tanner
the question of securing nis approval
of the title to the county's Interest in
the Interstate bridge across the Snake
u l .... . fl.rk.tnn nrantrttorT to LVSr-
fectlng the purchase by the State ofj
a.a.im fanata intaraat in tha bridsr.!
" Th. toift Ta-i.tntiira anDroDrlated
$35,000 with which to make payment of
and cancel tn jju.uuu worm oi oouuo
hv a .Attn rAiin?v in 1913. Com
missioner Roy urges that the necessary
papers bo delivered to tne Aiiorney
General so that he can act.
GROWERS INDORSE COUNCIL
Yakima Peacb Crop Is Expected to
Bring Fair Price.
viPTH tavima. Wash-. July 31
(Special.) A conference yesterday be
tween Chairman Pnulhamus. or the
Growers' Council executive committee;
H. F. Davison, of Hood Kiver, wno is
inaAtibv tnarketina- of Yakima
peaches; two Government agents, O. W.
Scnleussner ana J. w. rinoot,
ntanj ,w nun aim.A'i'.-,
suited t"h unanimous indorsemenS of the
Growers Council ano agreement w
work under it.
ih.l.m.. naillharalia aava ha l Cflll
fident the peach crop can be marketed
for a fair price, xne two uowraurem
men will co-operate with shippess by
furnishing information and advice. .
CLUB ADDS. 70 MEMBERS
Klamath Falls Commercial Ctrgan-
lxation Campaign. Progresses.
KLAMATH FALLS, Of- July 31.
(Special.) The result of the new
Klamath Falls commercial Club's
campaign during th second day was
A ...k.,ahlai malrlnr a total Of
143 new members thus far obtained.
A much larger numDer oi inaiviaumi
.i.... .araa fAimrf than tha dav before.
although not quite so large a number
of memberships Decause oi mere n
lng beer, more plural nemMmnim -
. - J i ,w. wow hafnra It IAPTT1I OUite
Utiiaji. 1 aA. . " - " t
evident now that the 200 memberships
expected will be ootainea.
LAST OF OLD PASCO BURNS
Nearly Whole Block In Original
Town Is Destroyed
PASCO, Wash., July 31. (Special.)
Fire of unknown origin in a former
1 knllHlne- An TlMFIla SV CI) U S
spread rapidly till almost the entire
block was aiire. nenriy an nuuiua..
in th block wer destroyed.
A.i.1- am -i... , ahont all that re
mained of what was the original town
of Pasco. For some xim paau i
buildings had been practically vacated.
Mrs. Jennie Thorn Die at Lebanon.
imitL'T Tniw St. (SDeciaL) Mrs.
Jennie Thorn, mother of Ralph Thom,
chief deputv In the Sheriff's .office in
.hi. ..nnt. -rasterdav at her home
In Lebanon at the ag of 62 years. She
had been a resident oi
more than 20 years. Sh Is survived
by her husband, R. Thorn, and four
children Ralph Thom. of this city;
Clarence Thom. a student at Whitman
College, at Walla Walla, Wash.; Her
bert Thom and Miss Faith Thom, of
Centralia Pythians Hosts.
CENTRALIA, Wash., July 31. (Spe
cial ) The Centralia Knights of Pythias
. v.... i..t niarht at a banquet
tendered 80 members of the Chehalis
Lodge. Brigadier-General Jennette ano
p.n.ia Tiinmii both of Tacoma, offl-
.v.. ..n(fA-m rank, wera CUeSta
Ctrl I" aaj ia... v.... . ' ' 1
The banquet was tne result oi a receuw
membership campaign obi- ecu io
tralla and Chehalis lodges, which the
local Knights lost.
Slayer of Man Surrenders.
vi.iuiTH FALLS. Or... July 31.
(Special.) Jo Brown, who stabbed
c... - t -. . . tA itanth on tha Klamath
Reservation about 50 miles north of
this city, recently, came o ivmiuiu.
Falls and surrendered to th police.
.. .t Ana time, after Brown
...hh.A him. knocked him down, but
later let him up after Brown prom
ised to be goof-.
Curriculum Being Arranged.
iv 31. fKneclal.)-
r AOVVt vv Mini w .
w i.li. Pnnntv Trtn rA of KflUCa-
1 nf) r TaVllsVaiAa.
tlon met yesterday to prepare a cour,e
of study an manual to go with the
new textbooka which were adopted last
cin. for thla county. The session
i will last several days.
L'l . a J
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HowThey Differ We Spend $1,000,000 This Year to
Make Goodyear M-Weather Treads Double Thick
Some antj-skidsarc simply regular
treads made rough. The Goodyear
All-Weather is an extra tread vul
canized on to the regular. It will
cost us this year about $1,000,(X)0
to give this double thickness on our
output of All -Weathers.
This means more than extra ivear.
It means deep grips which remain
efficient after thousands of miles of
Some apb-skids Lave shallow, short-lrved
projections. Some have rounded edges
which' fa3 to grip. Some center the strains
at small points in the fabric Some cause
The Goodyear All -Weather has sharp
edited crips. It is flat
and .regular, so it runs
like a plain tread. It
distributes the strains.
Any man who meas
ures and compares anti
skids is bound to choose
Goodyear Service Stations
Belmont Garage, 754 E. Morrison
R. E. Blodgett, 29 N. 14th St
Benjamin E. Boone & Co., 514 Alder.
Braley Auto Co, 31 N. 19th St. ,
Columbia Tire Repair & Supply Co., 430 Alder
Edwards' Tire Shop, 331 Ankeny at.
Francis Motorcar Exchange, 561 Hawthorne
General Autog Co, 523 Alder St.
Floyd Halliday, 429 Belmont.
C. F. Heick, 993 Belmont St.
UNITY IS ADVOCATED
Co-operation Is Keynote at
RADICAL IDEA DISCUSSED
Speakers Would Have Rivalry Elim
lnated and All Denominations
Vork Together for Good
ECGEN-E. Or- July Si. (Spactal.)
Busings method, of destroying waste
ful competition are to be applied to
Oreaon churches. The first application
is to be to rural communities, where
.everal starving rival congregations
may be .up.r.ed.d by one which could
be supported properly. Thla step Is ex
pected to lead araduaUy to church
wide unity, breaking down the barriers
of interdenominational rivalry.
Buch is the summary of the work of
the third annual State Interdenomina
tional Ministerial Conference, held at
the University of Oregon during , the
past week, and regarded as the most
radical and carrying perhaps the
boldest expressions ever countenanced
by the churches of Oregon, according
to those 'in attendance.
New Attitude Takeau
A year ago, when a similar session
. . . - ......inahnnai subjects were
Wl ne.u. -
let strlcUy alone. Fear of treading
upon denominational toes and dogma
waa conspicuous. Its absence and gen
eral recognition "of a aerious problem,
with 40 or more separate church or
ganisations in Oregon, working In
dividually, without co-operation or fed
eration, were equally conspicuous dur
ing the past week.
"The attitude of the 100 or more
Oregon pastors present is regarded by
those of Eastern atates present as
highly significant and indicative of the
fact that Oregon la about to take a
leading part in a movement which Is
characterised by church federations
and unified action on given problems.
... . m .v.. rt.at la MinMrncd. the
trreat trouble la that we've followed the
Idea tnai eacn man i, . -own
brand of religion." aald Dr. Her-
a x- ... Ti,lr f?ltv r,nri.
man orc, v -
senting the Presbyterian Board of
Home Mission, .wno was one oi mo
chief figures during, the convention.
...... . A ... flnil tha arr&tast com-
moa divisor among these, .We must
So All Through
Every detail of Goodyear Fortified Tires
shows advaijtageslike this. The extras we
give you outside of the tread will cost us this
year $1,635,000. This year's improvements
over last yearwill alone cost us $500,000. All
.that -for features exclusive to Goodyear s, or
which few others use.
Yet this year's price reduction will save
our oers aboot $5,000,000, And thatwas
oar third reduction in two years, totaling 45
Tires which lack these extras claim to equal
Goodyears. That ra, of course, ridiculous.
Tires' with small output claim to match
Goodyear values. That is impossible.
Accept the users' verdict Goodyears lead
in sales and prestige after millions have been
tested. They have held top place for years.
And our increase this year in new users is
breaking every Good
" ' a K DOM. OHIO
Rim-Cut by oar No-Rhn-Cnt feature.
n i k. M. "na.ilr" Hin.
Fortified J taM, Tread by many robber rivets.
ity by lib Draiaeu piaoo
L thick AB-Weather tread.
mod Skiddnw By mraonow
V P k'ppnan. 190
Multnomah'Garage & Auto Co 254 6th St.
Motorcycle & Supply Co, 209 4th St.
Oregon Sales, 431 Alder.
Oregon Vulc Co, 550 Washington St.
Paquet Garage, E. 18th and Hawthorne.
Redman Auto Co, 1130 Albina Ave.
Rose City Park Garage, 52d and Sandy Blvd.
John A. Walters Co, 335 Ankeny St.
Western Hrdw. & Auto Sup. Co, 56 Broadway.
Winton M. C. Co, 23d and Washington Sts.
emphasize the essential elements of
Work Brain-) Thla Kail.
"In the Fall I am coming back to
Oregon to make a social survey of
some one county prooaoiy
where we" will lay out this very prob
lem in concrete exampiea tor mc
benefit of the entire country.
.... knM. -arifi ha tha most sig
nificant church survey of its kind ever
made, and will be elaborate and ex
tensive in a eareiui ana kwijui
of social, economic and spiritual phases
of life. It will take two or three
At the recent conrerence nve ieaa
ing denominations were represented
amonr the five evening speakers
namely. Presbyterian, Congregational.
Methodist, Baptist ana unriBiiau
among the speakers brought by the
-i... -An tha R&t were three
Congregational, Methodist and Presby
WASHI.VCTO! COMMISSION TO MEET
ON Al'GUST .
Coatrart Will Be lt Also for Erection
of 195-Foot Steel-Riveted Bridge
Across Skokomlsl. River.
OLYMPIA. Wash.. July 31. (Spe
cial.) On August 9 the State Highway
Commission will meet and award con
tracts for the construction of 19 miles
of state roads and a 195-foot steel
riveted bridge, the entire cost to aggre
gate about 160.000. These contracts
v. .v.. laat rr fli-nontr the last, to
bo awarded by the State Board this
year, and completes me U'T",
way work to be contracted for ip 115.
The total amount of money repre
sented in highway work now under
way on state roads alone. Including
contract work and Jobs performed by
day labor, is between $800,000 and $900,
The contracts to be let August 9 are.
Fourteen miles of the McClellan Pass
Highway, from Naches to the summit of
the Cascade Mountains, to be cleared,
graded and drained, at a cost of ap
Five miles of Inland Empire High
way from Colville. Stevens County
aouth; to be cleared, graded and
drained, at a cost of $17,000.
A 195-foot steel-riveted span across
the Skokomish River, on the Olympia
Highway, In Mason County, estimated
cost tlS.OOft. .
Alleged Forger Captured.
THE DALLES. Or.. July II. (Spe
ci,j) Sheriff Chrisman returned today
. ' a, . .,h.ra ha tnnV Into CUStodV
Gruber Peterson, alias F. B. Allen, who
was arrested at Moro yesterday on the
charge of passing worthless checks on
i local xnereiiantia Peterson re?rented
Your friends or we
will sometime win you
to Goodyear tires. You
can't always resist these
advantages. They mean
too much to you. Any
dealer will supply you.
Tires in Stock
himself here to be an employe of the
Dufur Orchard Company, and is said to
have forged the name of C. P. Balch.
FISH. IMPOUNDING ILLEGAL
Knlinff Glrcn on Screens Used In
- Washington Stream.
rr viifDT A TToah Jul V 31. fSp-
A A Aaa.t Iiaasua, J
clal.) According to an opinion given
to Prosecuting Attorney H. W. Stull,
of Stevens County, by E. "W. Allen,
Assistant Attorney-oeneraj. irapounu.
. .-i. i. tha law. In the
Jllg OI l aai..v v
case at isaue a riparian, owner built a
i v K m r mm m
screen in a Biroir. wuoia
. . . , , .... . v. ...vaaHnr tTOllt
from descending into the waters below
the screen. ....
This procedure, says the Assistant
Attorney-General, is contrary to law In
the first place because it amounts to
...hnn. or talons' Of (lib out of Ifa-
i-i-i tnVinr fiavlns the
meaning of keeping them in one s pos
session ana it s us """"
the maintenance of the fish screen Is
a. public -nuisance.
DR. E. L WRlUHT
Why should you take chances?
It is a serious proposition. Take
your work only to men of stand
ing in J UIUHllU. . 1
11 naS 81UOU tJlO 1"
The Best 1sjlu i can
give. It is yours at tne
' Moat Reasonable Prices.
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
DR. B. E. WRIGHT
N. AV. Corner Sixth and Washing
ton, Worth west BldK.
rhonea Main Sll. A 2110.
Office Hears 8 A. M. P. M.
Bohemian Gym. Club Sokol
AT CRYSTAL LAKE PARK.
M1LWAIU1E. BlXDAV. ALULST 1.
Gmnojiio drills and exercises. Ban ball.
Game of all kinds. Duncins 5 P. U. to IS
,P. M. Curny'i Union Orchestra. Every