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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1907.
THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTOIUA, OREGON.
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A WOMAN'S LIFE
MR3. EUVA QARBCR EDWARDS
Thar ere three critical atagee In
wonul Hie which leave their murk
In hsr oimr, Tba first of these atagee
U womanhood, or the ehange from
art free elrt to budding womanhood,
Tba aaeond la motherhood, and tha
third la Change of Life. . ,
Ferila anrraund each of that atagea,
iad moat ot tba miner that cornea
to woman through lit health, daUa
from on or nnothar of tnaaa Inv
portent uilsse ' ' ''
Tomen ahonld remember that LydU
B. Plokham'a Vegetable Compound
bade from native roots and harba baa
anted thoeeanda of yonng girl over
tha oritloal period of wberty, baa
prepared motternjor ahUdblrtb, and
III later yeere carried tham eefely
throagh tba ehange ot lira nor an
aeaf oily than any othar remedy In
from mtafal persons, two of which
Macro pnbllened, aobaUntinto thla
fact btyond contradiction.
lira. Oaorg Wei tare 01 wotxuawn,
, wntaa 1 , .
r afra Putnam-
m ha la muluf lor enitauna.
rsrferuc aa4 twine mf children a
idea ma in pvparh for
rmato wy row TVaW me
MDll IU w t aaa
llaommlanoa, aontok renmry
MRS. GEORGE WALTERS
Mhmathy child as can be found anywbam
I7t.Uh R. I'lnkhnm's YrtrtjilU Comwuod
it a blaln to all sipecuuit mothera
Mra, Elva Barber Edward of
Cathlamet, Wash., writow ( r
Dear lira, Flnkbem-
MAKES REPORT TO
BOARD Of FISH COMMISSIONERS
HEAR 'REPORT Of MASTER FISH
WARDEN FOR THE MONTH OF
1 ant (a fell vou bow Lvdla E. Fuk
hem's Vegetable pomjyd carried me
Eire without any trouble whatever. WO
cured ma of a very severe t etnele mmkmm.
I cannot say enough la prates of what your
BMdJolnabat euos wr me." .
What LydlaE HnknaaVc Vegetable
Compound did for Mrs. Waltert and
Mra. Edwards It wUl do tor othar wo
nan In their condition. Every at
faring woman la tha Unltad Stateo
la nakad to accept tha foUowtof In
TiUtkm. It to fm, wiU bring yon
health and may eeve your life, ; -
rift rtiklaal UrttatlM t Wwkb
Woman nffarinf from any form of
female waaknaaa are invited to
pfotflpUy communions with Mra.
Pinkhem, at Lynn. Maaa. From tha
ayvptoma ttran, tha tronbla may M
loontad and tha qnlokaat and eoraat
way of raoorary adflaad. Onto! bar
Tst nlniM of Iirrtn0i Is tranUnf
ttmnla UU Mm Ptakham probnblf
hn tha rtry ksowlodM that will
nolo yoor oaaa. Bar adrloa la Iran
Darin its lornr wcord of mow than thirty jmn Its long Ust of
MiuAl outm, entitlon LydU E. Plokham's VewUbl gompooaa to
the rospoct and oonfldonco of eynry fnlr mindod penon.
lydla E. Plokhtm's Vegetable Compottad Mates Slci Wcaea Wc3.
French lnvntor Esblbitt Machlnt That
Will Rida tha Sat.
XEW YORK, Nov. fl.-Jula Rarull
lier, a French Inventor, baa arrived bore
t dvtnontrU tha utility of an Inven
tion bt m)I a "canot volture" at the
Madiion Biinr Canltn automobile n
hlhltlon, and at Whlton. Tbt ma
chine, which li practically an automobile
for land ami water travel, bu the ap
pearance of li 'e boat on wneeu ana rn
go, It U Mid, ( a epeed of 40 miles an
hour on land and 10 knote on water.
IU. lUvuilller h eut-ceeded in bring
ing bli Invention "Mure the French
naval authoritlr. which reiulted in aa
order for 00 machlnea, which will be
placed at different llfe-aaving elation
along the coat of France. It le cov
cred like a canot. with opening In the
canter, to contain the operator, and the
wheeli are rubber tired like a motor ear-
In speaking ot the tni-rtte of hit ma
china, Mr. IUrulIUer ald thai It would
ride out the heaviest aeaa, eould not
capsize, and -would taka tba water like
a duck, when launched from tha beacb.
A Methodist Minister Recommends
Chamberlain's. Cough Remedy.
We have need Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in our home for seven years.
and It has alwajs proved to be a reliable
remedy. Wa have found that It would
do more than tha manufacturers claim
for It It Is especially good for croup
and whooping cough.
REV. JAMES A. LEWIS.
Pastor Mitaca, Minn.. M. E. Church.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is sold
by Frank Hart and leading druggists.
No home Is so pleasant, regardless of
tha comforts that money will buy,
when the entire family is In perfect
health. A bottle of Orlno Laxative
Fruit Srrun costs SO cents. It will cure
every member of the family of constlpa'
tlon, aiok besdache or stomach trouble.
T. F. Laurln, Owl Drug Store.
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The state board of fish commliwloners
met In Informal selon at Salem today."
It being a legal holldar, no buInss was
transacted, but tba report of Master
Finn Warden Van Pusen, for the month
of October, was read, and will be ap
proved as soon as the board can legally
The report of arrests and prosecu
tions, during the moutb, for violations
of the laws pertaining to the Ashing In
dustry, are briefly as follows!
Water Bailiff Settem reports that In
the oae of John Morbeck, charged with
operating three fish traps In the Colum
bia .River, during the closed season $ that
the case was taken on appeal to the
circuit court and dismissed by Judge Me-
Bride, on a demurrer- to the Indictment,
clerical error having been made in
Antone ScarptUI was caught fishing
In the Necanlcum River with n set-net,
without lleense, but tha case was dis
missed by Justice Goodman.
Samuel Miller and Antone SoarpettL
of Seaside, were found operating a set
net In the Xecanicum River stretched
from bank to bank, whereas tba law re
quires an opening of one-third of the
channel. Information was filed against
them and their cases were set for
November 0. 1
Andrew Karl was found fishing with a
set-net In the Lewis and Clark river,
without displaying his license nurofcrs.
and his case was set for November 0.
The launch "Oregon Patrol" eelsed
several nets which were being illegally
operated in the waters of the Columbia.
Water Bailiff W. A. Mack reported
that the case against Frank IL Reed,
who was caught fishing with a gill-net
without a license was tried before
Justice Reid at Portland and the defend
ant found not guilty.
Deputy Fish Warden Brown not being
able to secure convictions in the Tilla
mook cases, and the deputy district at
torneyj for that county refusing to
prosecute any more cases before the
justice court, has left that district tem
porarily and is working on the ftshwsy
at Oregon placing it In ehape for
nest season use.
Deputy Fish Wsrden John D. Wilson
reports that one John Angus waa found
otwratlng a packing house without a
license. lie was convicted and fined 150
and costs, and his attorney baa given
notice of appeal. .1
J. E. Fitzgerald pleaded guilty td
fishing with a set-net in the Coos River
above the limit line. He waa fined $50
The cases against R. D. Hume for
operating a cannery without a license
will be taken before the next session of
the circuit court.
Water Bailiff Thos. A. Steear found
W. S. Brewer fishing for salmon in the
Siuslaw River without a license and he
was convicted and fined $50 and costs,
la the matter of general construction
and Improvement work the report
The new hatchery bulldlnsr for the
Siuslaw River w have just completed
and made ready for this season's take
of eggs. It was built by Superintendent
Slemmous during the summer and fall
months by day's labor, and the regular
bands employed about the station, at a
cost of about $1200 it is a one-story
frame structure, set on stone piers, 100
feet long by 40 feet wide, with a 10
foot celling in trie clear, and has a capa
city sufficient foi' 100 hatching troughs,
each 17 feet 10 inches long. In add!
tlon to this building, a new flume line
has been provided of sufficient capacity
to furnish a bountiful supply of water
for the building, and also for a set of
rearing ponds that will soon be pro
vided for the purpose of retaining and
feeding the young fry before turning
them out. . These new Improvements
places this station now in good condition
for successful work and the efforts set
forth In the future should be far more
eflectivo than ever. '
v During the past couple,, years, we
have' had considerable complaint from
the residents above our permanent rack
at the Yaquina hatchery,' claiming that
the rack Interfered with their running
logs down the river, and to obviate all
Such complaints in the future we have
Just finished a log gateway that we have
,put in through the rack, that 'la nine
feet wide n tlie'; clear nhd. lehould be
sufficient to pass through, at ease, the
largest timber that is ever floated down
that fork of the river.; The matter .of
putting in this logway without weaken
ing the rack and making it ineffective
was quite an undertaking and has cost
the dti.rtmetit. near MOO. ' ' li
CUckamaa River. -At
the Cbu-ksmas River hatchery sta
tion, we have been taking advantage of
the extreme low water since the spawn
taking season and bave been clearing
the bed of the large bowldera and plac
ing the fishing grounds Into better shape
for next season's work. This past sea
son we were bothered considerably and
were unable to catch all the salmon in
tx-tween the racks on account of the
roughness of the fishing grounds and
to guard against such a condition an
other year, we have been clearing the
grounds of all the bowlders and endeav
oring to better' It generally. In addi
tion to this work, we have put in a set
of ow cribs at the lower end of the
lower pool and filled them with rocks
and bowlders, for the purpose of mak
ing the river bed at this point even
and near level across the river from
bank to bank, so that in the future we
will have an even depth of water across
the river at this point which should
permit of our getting in the main rack
at this station a couple of months earlier
than what we were able to do this year.
Willamette Falls Fish way.
The severe freshets that we bad in
the Willamette River last -winter and
early spring had such a demolishing
effect on the state fish way over, the
Falls of the Willamette at Oregon City
that Its effectiveness this past season
was very noticeable in the number of
salmon that passed over the Falls and
reached the McKensIe River- hatchery, as
compared with last year. From the
patrol service that we bave maintained
at the fisbway during the pest two sea
sons, I learned that from a careful ob
servatlon tbey estimate fully ae many
salmon passing through the fish-way this
year as last, but that this year the
salmon were Interfered with consider
ably and held back so long, on account
of its condition, that after passing the
fisbway the greater portion of them en
tered other tributary streams below the
McKenxte River to spawn, or spawned
out before reaching said hatchery sta
tion. The principal damage done the
fishway was the washing away of the
long concrete break water wall that was
put In to make what was known as
pool No. 10. This is a very large pool
situated at the base of the last series
of pools and is a very. Important factor
in the fisbway; In fact, it is the most
important of them all. Inasmuch as it is
midway of the fishway and permits of
the fish resting as long aa tbey choose
before making the last real ascent Just
what caused this wall to carry away
last winter, we are at a loss to know,
but I am disposed to feet that it was
not cemented strong enough to the bed
rock to withstand the tremendous ham
mering that it got from the millions of
feet of saw-logs that broke adrift on
the upper river and went over the Falls.
during the freshet time. v 4 '
To remedy this matter, Deputy War
den Brown has had a crew of men at
work this month putting in another wall
Which la a wooden crib structure filled
with rock and bolted to the bedrock
sufficiently strong, we hope, to stand all
the hammering and wash that it will
ever get. At the same time, we have
made an endeavor to better the general
effectiveness of this pool No. 10. In ad
dition to this work, we have cleared all
the pools throughout the entire extent
of the fishway of the loose rocks and
bowlders, that found lodgment therein
since it was built and which had so
filled many of tne pools to make them
of little service. These loose rocks
cams principally from the work doVe
three years ago by the Willamette Pulp
& Paper Company when they put in
their large concrete retaining walls. As
soon as all such work in the immediate
vicinity of the fishway is finished and
the loose rocks washed from the Island,
we should, have very little trouble keep
ing the fishway clear of such obstruc
tions. The cost of this work was near
The receipts of the fish warden's
office for the moni of October were as
follows: . 7 .
Rebate from Oregon Short Line. .$ 66.15
Received from licenses...... 1...... 798.10
Received from fines and penalties 50.02
Total receipts : $014.27
' The disbursements of the month were
as follows: .
Hatchery fund, District No. 1... $1303.70
Hatchery fund, District No. 2... 168.30
Operating coast hatcheries 1346.08
Construction ' Columbia River "
hatcheries ; ......... . 47.30
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Total disbursements 1 1 . .'.''.$2958.23
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