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THE EVENING iSimNAI; PdMLAXIV OREGON, THimSDAY, 3rABCI 27, 1002.
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, ' OREGON MINES. T
' -: Probably because It was "so near home
i. and that there was no novelty or hard-
Ship necessary In" reaching It, Oregon
, people have failed to realize the fact
that Extern Oregon 4b the largest mm
yf Ir.f district In the world. But such lt'hos
iust been declared to be by one of t ha
.mart eminent mining engineer In the
; " world Professdr Herbert Bartlett. He
.recently delivered an address before the
Ufiyal' Society of Mining . Engineers at
'London, and his remarks are causing
. 5. wlderred comment
1 Frofeiaor Bartlett. was one of the, prom
. Inent engineers in the array during the
: Civil' VVar. and since that time he, has In-
gpected all the mining district of the
world lie was a prominent figure In the
'United States : Coast" arid Geodetic and
the geological survey, and was the writer
, :f HadenT .thorough reports on the
treat Rocky Mountain region I
Among ether . things Professor Bartlett
' aald f ; ""Eastern Oregon Is the largest
mining district '1st iih world. Jt T Is M
miles' Vide by 160 fnllea'long,' and every
one ot pies 12,000 square, miles ii mln-
"; arallEed. My friend. Colonel. Pat Donan,
'; ofj Portland, one of Jthe most; brlllaht
writer on the -PactWilope,. truthfully
- gays that from the .Seven Devil copper
mountains of Idaho4o the. golden crag
" and gulches of ' Canyon Cltyt, .80; miles
' southwest, the whole region for 160 miles
, On all aide men are hJeV'who have
i worked alongside of Hon. ; N. William.
on In the State Legislature, and they
tialformly "peak well of him., lie ha
" proven, himself a manVof nihility nd
good seie, and if sent to CongreM
:: would represent Oregon In a. masterly
'manner.-.. He i the best man at present
' available tor the potltlon. and the Re
' publican' who nomtnatl him will have
' "n reason to regret their action. V
; Jl modern method 'that threatens to
' rovoluttonlM hop: picking Is a new hop
'picking machine, which will ' h Intro
' duced thla season. Tit la the Invention of
a ; Calif ornlaa who l now In Portland,
and Us work will be closely watched by
eppl connected with the Industry, It
Inventor claims that with tw men the
machine will pick SOboxes a. day. -If A
i does, U will revolutionise' tna business.
.Oil 6f ' the objections to It Is "that It
break the hops. Bheep shearing m-
chine used t bo looked upon as Imag
lnary imposBlbillties, but they are now
forging ahead-and coming into general
use. Thus It i the pld ways leave. 4is
and tha : new ways wonder why they
were not thought of bef ore. ' 1 ! " 1
Is a vast mineral bed. Between Bake;
Cftjr and Snake river He a t f ree-goltf
gone of - about ' 1,000' square - miles, and
westward stretches the field of smelting
ores, mingled In many place with Im
mense ledge 6f free gold."
In. the course, of his address Professor
Bartlett gava a graphlc'and' detailed de
scription of JEastem Oregon, showed how
nruoh wealth It was producing how, and
how immensely much It was capable of,
ond strongly advised rltish capitalist
to Invest- in it mine -and develop It
prospects, ; The truthful words uttered by
the professor will undoubtedly be worth
millions of money, to Oregon ana to tn
men who develop her mines, y
' . New Tork ha been having an InBlcUon
f too much .sheriff, s The'""iIew York
: Journal charged that the man elected
.a bad- agreed to divide" the profit of the
olBca with a wartjwprklng politician,
and after an Investigation the Governor
' removed him and appointed a new sheriff.
, When the latter went 4o. take possession
? and found he wa not received with a
brass band, he . kicked the door .down.
4. And' now some court says that No.
': sheriff has no right to the office, and ln
vKen him to fix the' door-rand vacate.
Meantime the people are. receiving an
- educational demonwratlon1 which does
x not Increase their admiration for politl-
al wet bod a.
ii t ,Whea it comes to measuring rainfall.
41 1 surprising how 'much water " there
"a. in rtiln, and how deceiving is the gen
ti, misty fall of the.. Northwest. In
actual, measurement one inch of rainfall
1 t -equivalent to "27.147 gallons of water
i on an. acre of 43.500 square feet, or 92
,. tarrels of water of S1H gallons each,
'weighing 113 tons, or 75,516 tons to a
t. square mile of W0 acres.
; . The .Wet Hinjar makers of the . West
- represent a, cafc.tal of TIOO.OOO.OOO and they
. tre organising to contend with the Ameri
fan Sugar Refiinr.ir Co., and make a sort
f a truat-agaitist-trust struggle. Ex
Vongressman J Hamilton Iwis, of
'Washington .State, la mentioned as presi
dent, . '-,.-
. ' .Right alongside the ani.ouncement that
the JBoers and Britishers are going to'
enjoy an armistloe comes the tal of the
wrival At Victoria of ' a Chinese ngent
to buy gun for an army that Is .to over-
, thro wV the present Chraes government.
Bo Jt look as though -the world's wars
would neyer cease.
South Africa M een deluged with ;
hlooi and the tears an misery of women,,
and ahlldreit.. and It jpow begllW; to look
tjichihe. carnage J.he-wajt-to oen
nd. . It i time that i't dld.V v '
,TI Jprlnf Tha geptle air is warm
' ' In dtv, vaJ and towh, . - ' '-
- And hubby takes; the carpets up ':
Cd''deserts"' are ilwk si 7 enjoyable,
nri anor1nirv rtt' ihe'f end' of V some.
what5 heayi? Wnhor;'-- and 'there are,'' any
number of deiUious vreparoUoJisW'hich
.. 1. - .i),n,.t ... 1 1, nif with
TJ ill 1 1 laU .(KUVUl ' 1 (."M W.MU
very little expense ' of expenditure, and
tlmo. In,fa0t 4he huj"kper W1h d-
tires may serVjei -atVlirtf'nent cold dawrr''
tarh day of theUCS Mihout resorting to
the Ice eream-f reeser.
O'o those who thitik this particular
branch of the culinary art Is avery Im
portant one all new suggestions in this
line wilt be most ' Welcome, especially If
the materia,!" tfi5d are not too extrava
gant lii'prlce or difficult to obtain.
Few housekeeper .realize, without
closer study than is usually given to
groups oJL reclyes given In cook books,
how many 'delightful denserts may be
made from. ) simple tytieA custard ued
as the toundatiort, upon which fancy
may build without let or hindrance.
. One essential- thing to remember in
making dessert "with (he milk and egg
combination1 is that success in this line
dependB ori'slow cookjng.'
' FOR MATCTOO, COLD DESSERTS.
if you: wish to become en expert in
maklns; 'cold desserts supply yourself
with all A he 'necessary utensils needed
to facilitate, the work and .give ' you
the best results for your pains. A double
boiler Is all Important for the work, espe- :
clally for": making thosee, desserts which
have for" -.their' foundation the boiled or,
steamed custard. Three or four egg
'beater are necessAry." The Dover, Daisy, i
wire whip and wire spoon. , ' ", . -, ; I
Wooden paddle .are' best for stirring
ither the hot cricoid mixture. ',
Two' iittei "of ' charlotte J molds, a mel
on mold, ring mold and cylinder mold
arV'Mtad.'!,' :A'- ''' '
For whipping, cream - the Dover egg
boater' or wire -whip may be .used, but
a , very different quality. , ofs whipped
cream Is obtained by ' using a,.)iwhlp
cliurn;;.-thre ar"two well-known-kinds
on IhsffttarMiHAhe old-rashloned syl
labub i 1 jnd thp," modern whip "chun.
Which can aW'te .wed for making a
small Quantity ,&t butter, whipping, a
lnge qahnurjfcBf eggs, etc. . Whipped
cream .should' te' drained before adding
It to the otermaterlulg.. For this pur
pose you.;, need a, fine , double , wire or
puree le Pastry ba-g 'and tubeii'Jare
not expensive Wand ; very needful In "this
work. The bogs are easily made at home,
A. few China mixing bowls tin basins for
holding the Ice and small sieves and you
are weli .equ4xped f of your work.
, BOILED EQCJ Ct'STARD.
In making this, simple as it Is. the
success all,, depends on the cooking it
"Just right" To remove It from the
fine a moment too, soon leave It wat
ery twhlle too much cooking will hard
en the. yolk, of the; egg into flake and !
' ANNA'8'EASTER DREAM.
( -v i "H i, ', ' ; - " t: , ' 'tH.
When Httle Attna went to sleep :.
Upon the eve of Easter"day,
She. dreamed; of candied eggs a heap.
And. frisky, brisky lambs at play.
i ''-,,a,. '
Plump Humpty .Dumpty, with bow,;
Stood smiling on the counternane.
And Ducky-Daddies', wondering how,
- j Was at th foot -Just to explain.
Three baby ducks In noisy play, .,.
1 Who never thought- to pardon be i."
Cried "Quack 1 Quack; Quack; for Easter
And then tobogganed down an egg. "
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A rooster, and a hen on nest, ,
Exclaimed, "Please 'put' us In the
rhyme. - 'i-.'.; f-xr.
For we are doing our level best' tv
' In working up the Eastertlme!" .
Flva bunnies each with eye.s so pink.
And ear so long they flapped like
Said:- After .all,, do you not think.
That we are cunning little thingaT'
Two lambs' like' that' which Mary bad.
That frolicked as all lambs will - do.
Said: W ars not considered bad
And) ;9jp ,',1'V ; re little, too'-
Five parrowWoud of their wee' slse;
They never jrrow too broad or tail
Chirped: "VWshould surely win a price,
r-or, we areituest or tnem au.--
Two tiny miif from Tltakum.'
with good .stronK arm o sturay leg,
Held, steady as' a block or gum,
A iarge.an, flowing , rainDow egg.
There, standing on it. Ilk a queen,
With rosy Hps ana roguisn eye,
In pink and gold ahd bronse apd green
Uheiriy, cuny Dutteruy.
She sat on th. elidiaff cushion.
The dear wee woman of foyr;
Her feet In her ahiny sllppefs,
Hun tlangHng, over the floor.
Ehe meant to be good; she had promised;
And- so with her big brown eyes,
She stared T at the meeting house wln-
AndeounteS le rawllpg flies.
She looked far up at the preacher.
But she thought of the honeybees.
Droning away In th blossoms
That whitened. the cherry trees.
She thought, bf ,the broken basket.
Where, curled In a dusty heap.
Three sleeH. round 'puppiea, '"n iringy
earn, . ,,
Lay snuggled and: fast asleep.
Then a sudden ripple of laughter
Ran oven the parted Hps.
So quick-that she could not catch It
With tier rosy nnger tips.
The people Whispered: "mess
As moll one waked from a nap:
But the dt-ur wee woman bw ner
For inane in, ner moiiier s mv
. u.A..'i .' .
HlsVlR8T DRESS SUIJ.
He was' a very, youthful looking man
and he wore natty- opera hat ana a
lenfthv i-otflnn :hich caused him to . b
y,notre Ol ail eyes in uie jiiuu
street, trolley car. It was probably tne
first time that lie hnd ever worn a dress
suit, and ta he wulkrd Into the car hi
painful embarrhaarrtect wai! hotlceable.
gera features ;an yjni-i'iiiju-
ticod . each one and' blushed deeply.
Tuit w mnre-Jroublc was In store."; At
Seventeenth street two red-faced. er-
vant glrlstoearded the car. They crowd
ed into , Beat ana oegan io iaiK vowiy.
yta," salq pne, "to ,' rawuirew give m
She paoscd heire, a her anderlng eye
'tested 'tan. the .'consplcuou 'young 'man4
in the comer. .-;-? ' ts j,
r'Say. tnten ishr . aia loudty and with
a Biggie.- "ho wbtiltl';iou like that fo-
u faiirrr y -:y:y- -. -.
The young man left (he ear hurriedly
before it had reached tb s'troot where h
Wished to' alight, PhlladelpHla Tate.
ilt "ewiledZn ,fam"SppeiBMi oe-
J The double bolter must beOsHrW "1"
' sure best resulrsr-r-Cook the '-custard.'
... a.w w -w . ,
smooth, and like very thick rreant,; Pff
a fnt of milk in a aoubie ooiwr mna lei
ltr be. to a ;scalding point '(Mi'..lte.
water bolls In the under part). Beat the
yolks of three eggs with half a cup of
sugar until light, then pour the hot mltk
lowly into them, beating all the time,
When well mixed return all to .double
boiler, and cook- until you 'havo-'. the
creamy, sradbth consistency desired. . Dip
a silver knife in the. custard and If It
coats it. remove It from ' th ftra, -add a
flavoring of vanllly and pour Into a dish;
as soon a tils Cool place on Ice where-
it will get very cold. ! " ; -
ITALIAN .BAVARIAN CREAM,
Use the above reclne, and when 1 the
cutitard Is ready to remoye from tho
fire, add half a package of gelatine
soaked In a half cup of cold water un
til soft. Stir Until gelatine Is dissolved.
then strain Into a basin and act In. a
i-an of cracked Ice. . Stir " until fU .be
gin to Btlffen; then fold In the white of
the three eggs beaten to . stiff froth.
Turn into a mold'whfth has been wet
with cold water and set on Ice to harden.
' Make th above recipe, but flavor with
sherry' instead of vanilla. Take stale
sponge cake and cut thin slices Into tiny
round; ' spread these with an apricot
marmalade or apple 'Jelly and sprinkle
with a few finely chopped English wal
nuts. iut together like sandwich and
tnolsten them in orange Juice.. .
Boil a cup of seeded raisins until soft,
then chop them. Put a layer of the cream
in a mold,:. then a layer of the cake;
sprinkle with" the chopped - raisins and
cover with more of the cream, continue
to (III up the mold I n this way. Then set
u way o .lee to harden. ' ' . ' '
GINGER CREAM BAVAROIS.
Chop line, pound and rub through a
sieve quarter of a pound of candled
ginger. roJxlng It with a pint ' of hot
vanilla syrup; add three-quarter ot : a
cup of cold water and stir until dissolved:
then strain carefully Into a quarr of
dry, whipped cream. ' , ' f ' ,
Stir over a basin of cracked Ice. sprink
ling in half a cup of finely cut shreds
of candied ginger. When it begin to
stiffen turn Into a mold and let harden.
Serve with loed lady lingers.
EASTER DINNER MENU.
Broiled Shad. Maitre d' Hotel Butter
Baked Cream Pntatnei
Sweetbread. Orang and Celery
Banana Charlotte 'with Whipped Cream
, .Coffee ,'?.
Roses ' ."
.' Every ' year the number, of Americana
who do not wait, until they die to go to
Pari l increasing, ar a rat that once
would have been oonaldered truly extra
ordinary, but which in these day of lux
urious and rapid transit across the At
lantic a mere ferry trip to the average
f long distance traveler Is the most natur
al thing In the world. For the "queen
of cities" is still the most beautiful and
symmetrical of all the European centers
of population, and ' retain ' that ' tradi
tional fascination for, the inhabitant of
the western hemisphere which - appears
mainly to have been inspired hy and to
bo largely based upon the'more or less
fictitious reputation as "the gay capital"
bestowed upon her in the " days of the
second empire. - " - "r'Vn-'. v.';-;- -
The "gay" New Torker . on . his-first
visit there, making the inevitable com
parison between the metropolis of th
new world and that oi France, between
the Tenderloin and the grand boulevards
or the Latin quarter, would be apt to
demand where the,, much-vaunted "gay
tty" came In, but Paris as a place oi
ltermanent residence or prolonged so
journ appeals to those whose tastes run
along more refined lines anil whose e
lhetlolsm Is more developed.
As a place in which to do business
Paris is finding Increasing favor in the
eyes of American business men, ever
nlert. ever enterprising, quick to appre
ciate the fact that catering, to the spe
cial needs orJtboarmy" Of American
tourists whose rntlk are swelled season
by season will bring a rich pecuniary
reward. Thus they hav hen establish
ing branch house there until the heart
of the city is fast becoming ank American
mart. New Tork Time. . ' '
TOO MANY LOVE VICTIMS. ,
Though we have ShakespearV word
ior u mm men nave aiea ana .worms
have eaten them, but-not i for 'love,"
modern experience belles this belief and
reveals an alarming number of musguid
ed individuals who, because of disappoint
ed affection, or what their morbid fancy
calls by that name,;. choose (to Invite
death. Though youth i ! th time of
hope, It is also the period When despair
is blackest and when rebellion against an
adverse fate wages the hottest. Some of
our finest odes to ''Dejection" and to
"Melancholy" have been written by youn
poet who turned to poetry rather than
to poison for relief from their despair.
It seems a greaj. pity; that at this critical
period, when a young man's fancy heavi
ly turns to thoughts of death, there Is
no some friend at ' hand to teach the
reason and the common sense thaf would
probably .co'me of their, own' Accord, In
ltr years. But these useful scomers
of life usually avoid confidences, and the
-words "seemingly cheerful" are used to
describe their state of mind immediately
prior to, the mad acts they contemplate.
Of course the natural love or life In the
joung. and the; elasticity of-spirit that
usually -goes hand Ih band with Juvenliit y
are safeguardi.Bgjnt thl.:way.,out ot
love trouble, bat it Iaa pathetic fact that
any young life should be wantonly acri
ficed to thes- temporary ; abberatlon.".
9"? ..tribune. ti-; ,;r v ,
MODU8 CURANDI. 7
v"But5slncei.;ame Ihto"th trn wav."
the Christlait rBclenUatlconUed. . vmw.
areaaiui Jneomala ia a thing of (h past.
wow, when , I . find ; myself wakeful at
nlght'l havo my husband get UP and read
aloud, fromi Mr. : Eddy' boet while I
strive to frs my mind from error, and It
Isn't any time, at all until I fall asleep!"
J.4fi V(fl A..
; THROUGHOUT TH& STATE1
.aSugen Will hold 1 Sity eiectloh XfrilbV.
. Th Bouiern Paoifle Company ha Jtt
conjpleted the. construction of a new; re
Celylag. platform at th' Salenr depoWf;
' Thomas JFeelhorstgiitv who' with N. H.
Reed. - escsped - fronv the county Jalr-at
Jackaonvtllevoii th aveniag of .February
1?, wa captured in California. Hi dm.
parilon has jujcapei 1'
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.David Mcsklmen. a Kansas immigrant.
died at Xtorvalli Monday of pneumonia,
While the Eugene stage was on Us, way
out. from Mapletoj last Tuesday, when
near the' mouth of ; Wildcat, one of tho
axle broke. The driver was thrown out
and wa considerably brulned.
A' large panther was seen by two young
ladles last Thursday within two mile of
Wolf Creek. One of the ladles had a.32-
caliber 'rill and, at sight of the animal,
she raised the . weapon and pulled .the
trigger. To her surprise she found the
magactn full of empty shells. -
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Mr. Ella Luckey attempted suicide at
Burn the other da.No fause Is known
for the act. - '"
W. B. Dennis, who I - operating th
Black Butte quicksilver mine near Cot-,
tag. Grove, has made a bond for the pur
chase of the; old Golden Fleece mine, 'itMq
railo northwest of'Ashjand, at 130,000 from
IJ. K. , Anderson. - " ;
Sheriff Dunlap, of Iane county, has
.made a great cleaning up in tax collec
tions. t'P to and Including March 15 th
amount collected was 831,994.61. t
Jackson county tat granted a franchise
for th AahlanoT-LAkevlew telephone line
Eight peopl arc 'akltatliig the building
of a railroad In that country viaWalli)
The Susan vlle Advocate reports that
In the past ten days there has been over
a.000 acres of timber lands located- near
the Oreeon-Callforrila line.
A band .of ' 230 two-year old Klamath
steers were sold at l-akevlew last ween
by J. C. Mitchell for 127 a Aea4v ,
',.' -THE BAKHfR. . ' ' - '
The "Cycle Whlri" at tne; Baker The a-
ter ha aught town." It has proven
the wnaaUon predtc'ted and, togethe'f;with
Ihi ;ceireht;ffatres ot the, vaudevin
bill provided ;by Manager Baker, is 'draw
m$ lafgOVdlepc,." "J night a t
nair-mnt 1as reeieu
mlnut:ni by'TOng odd i moM.flar-
ing blcvela act that has ever been staged.
Other feature ot 'he week include Frank
Bacon and Company, in a delightful
sketch; Grace ,Q'.Moore, vocalist,., tue
clever Duffy children, in songs and acro
batic dance;'. tJfBrlen, Jennings -and
O'Brien, a.h amusing sketch, and other
acts that ar more than usuauy enter
taining' The regViiar matinee wm be giv-
en Saturday. ----
The little playlets that Frank Bacon
and Company .are . presenting at' the
Maker are thoroughly enjoyed. While
Taudevllle is yet In Its Infancy In Port
land, with each week the patronage ln
crease until full houses are tho result
at every performance. One would hardly
believe that such an Interesting story as
"Adrift" could be so complete In plot
complicated situations could be told In
ro short a timely Not more that fifteen
minute are! consumed. It Is a heart
story, full of clean, wholesome cdmedy.
beautiful moral lesson.' 'As Mr. Bacon
cays, "Many fdur-act dramas do riot con.
tain the material that. 'Adrift' docs. ' If
the story can be, told in fifteen minute
why drag it out to thirty. , Vaudeville Is
to give to' your , audience all ydu have
and as quickly a possible." -
"What feature; of vaudeville do you
think the public like best?"
Anything that is well done will be ac
cepted. We, all like to hear a fine singer,
and enjoy to laugh at the comedian. A
vaudeville bill is so varied that It caters
to all tastes. If .you should not ear for
this number, perhaps the next Is more
to your liking. i( Vaudeville has a firm
hold on the amusement-loving public
and Is stronger today lhan ever."
Fumigate Cars Bringing For-
eign Immigrants to City,
A cltlsen of Portland made a suggestion
today to The Journal which- tt Would
seem is founded1 upon good sense.' He
"I have' been away on a short trip and
returned home Sunday night. On the
train there wasfan emigrant car.' filled
with newcomers from 'Jungary. -Poland.
nnH Ttnlv Th.v!iv... mn-lAlnlv ItiA Irtl-
est lot that I ever saw. The odors that
came from that car were revolting and
Hlckenlng to 'the last degree.. -.t-'--
"I think, soml.proyts!on.' pught to be
made to have a health officer at the
tTnlon Depot to 'Inspect 'all In-comlng
trains. I enhnot but believe that under
such sanitary conditions pestilences are
llabie to be bred. All passengers coming
here from foreign countries In large num
bers should be compelled by law to un
dergo a rid lU inspection for the protection
of the community. -All emigrant 'cars
should be iide-tracked and thoroughly
fumigated, as well ras every person in
them. : --. ' '.-
"It make no difference that immigrants
get a clean bill of health at New Torlu
The trip across jtho continent in a flirty
car that is without ventilation ,l suffi
ciently encouraging to disease germs to,
breed without limit. Four or flve .days'
gives microbes plenty of time to develop
"I have not lookel Into it, but I believe"
the railroad coirfpanle would Join fcndJ
heartily w(th the local authorttle in a
matler of so much Importance. ,
WILL REPAIR TRINITY.
ha-btt decided by-tho-VCTtry of
Trinity Church to repair the dakiage
caused by the fire Instead of attempting
to build, a new edifice, for th present
anyway.. The Insurance to about VJ.00O,
and the opinion I that this will not cover
the damage. No aotlbn. tuill be taken un.
tu- tn tos i aajusteo.
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.' m l ' ''g' -'.-.; -, f , "J
, m': i Been,, Signed ';-
' Ifrom JatesV indlcatlona Ihi' iforth.Waat
"fans" , will '"haver-no' cause- t& cOmplalii
of ' the . tfmber being selected td mak
up the. personnel of the baseball team
fthe comliti; season, ,.,--' ", '"" -. .
Wmdent rW. H, Lucas f "thejpaclfia
Northwest Baseball League' (s 'partl'cuf
'16 fly happy over the outlook. n Is also
Manager yigneux of tne local team. At
the" same time, he says that' no team
Is going "to have a "cinch" on the penr
nant. as tho different managers are tak
ing their; time In aelectlng player and
are i getting the .very beat men. poasjbift
unuer iw eamry ngreeipivij limn. .
Besides himself .a a, catcher,'. Yigneux
has. taken on, his staff the following
players, ; who, can be officially , announced
as the 'make-up of the Portland Club:
' Engle Whltbeck . and, Joe, Mahaffey,
v"""v'- . ... ... . jo. . a?
Aul Mahaffey will "cover fir v
Anderson, goes down fO scond..,' .
Hupp will guard - the third, bag. .
pebel's nimble leg, will kick up. dust
at 'short.: ,--
Mullen will be placed out In the left
field.. ' . ).?'.
Weed, will gather them In out to th
Vn Buren will pull down the lony
one out In center and act as change
catcher,, . .
Ed Rankin of the Monogram amateur
local ttm will be tried out as a player
In professional ranks and If ' he Is fast
enough will he signed by Manager Vlg
neux a a member of the Portlands;
President Lucas reports the signing of
league umpires In the persons, of. Bert
Cunningham, the wcjl-kjaown . ex-pi teher
for the Baltimore, Louisville . and , Chi
cago teams, and Tony Mu!lane pitcher
In the Western Association last season,
They arc both regarded a being very
capable men In their line. -
- John- 8. Baker, president of the T
eoma.teatn. is In Portland on a visit to
his brother-lri-law, J. C. Alnsworth. Mr.
Baker is much pleased with the make
up of his team this year and 'think th
pennant just a little better than a pos
District Attorney Chamberlaln'retnmecl
home last night from a vlsit.'to Corvat-
11s, Where he had an Important case in
the Circuit Court. . ; - .
Dr. M. O. MoCorkle, of WOodburn, Is
In the city.' ' . - .'-"
Mr. and Mrs. W, J. PunTC 1 Mljii Ida
Fupk and - George' Funk, of "Enterprise,'
Ara vlolflnff th Mtv' "-
, j : ;ejti ,
J. P. Marshall, has returned horns .from
ri extended stay at -Ho3eburgr where he
has boh winding up the aflCalr of. a. de
iunct bank. ', . ,
Prof. H. T. Condon,: of the State Unl-
vcrslty.at Moscow, Idaho, is In the city.
E, X. Ferguson, clerk of the school
board of Clatsop County, is in town.
O. J. Farley Mayor of. The Dalles, la In
the city, Mr. Farley ;-ls quite prominent
In politic and led" th light in Wasco
agalii8t ('ongresRman Moody. ',. ',.,
George H. Himes., assistant secretary of
the Oregon Historical Society, .has re-
turned-rom a, visit to Salem,( lnthe In.
lereei oi vne society, . , si
oi M.4 Tamplln, of Wpodlawh until re
cently on the O. R.' & N railroad, ha
gone Into the barber business In this city
under-the firm name of Burnett & Tamp-
Jin. ; : '- - yy- .- PvV. ;
'til -Ay LoomUrlate president Of the. II
waco Railway & ' KavIgatlOh Company,'
left down the river for his home on North
BeachT last night, after a short tay. Iq
the city," : :' i
-J. M. Arthur and .wife,'- proprietors oi
the Breakers Hotel, North Beach,1 are In
the city on business interests., , ;vt
'C. D. Iatourette. ex-mayor and a prom-
inent hanker of Oregon. City, was .a .vis
Itor In Portland yesterday. '
Thomas Roney, Sheriff of Pacific Coun-
ty, Washington, arrived in the city th
first of (he week an4 will remain, a while
for rest and; recuperation. . , -; - v
Xi liLMoriey, a San Francisco manu
facturer, Is in
the city a guest ot the
XR. Klnvon. former, dairymnnjnd
hopgrower, of Butteville, Ore., is regis,
tet-ed-at -the Esmond. " ' 1 - I
B' S. teste":1, romfheiif? frurfirrower
of fthe Sacramento Vailed .Gal , "is par
Inf ht flnt visit to Portfand. A
Among ..the recent arrivals at the Em
mood" pre t , -Wgtlnnitt Jand famllv . of
Boutlj 'Benff. .ah,; WJlUain Anderson,
f- pro,m:not pusinea an of Deep-Rlv,
MV u xsn..;tm,,Keyn,a a vJahUseen
from St- Louis, a,pd, Ludwlg Ardajh, an
oiOj-time- iresier,i, oryaiP&jl8o, yChlle;
ABCum-Welt. what's th d(ffereno be
tween apoet and a rhymster? .s
NewlttnA rhymster 1 one who talks
proudly, of th poems he ha written; a
poet . I on who speaks modrttiy of hf
rhymeafflTOtodelphla Press.: . , -t J
,.,r. , ,..,.,', , . ; ; , tjf'
i1mrp44r? t'.- r -' --.-p- .
te'.iTvV,i-A --J ;i
-At MAKMi.-'&r. lUfn n -W,'v ,'?rww;.j;jr
. : . 1 1 I IS . IS." Ml "'- "... - ' (.. -
J fl nif "thriW Tr4V Si V Z4rJ I
a'1'"f ? ? mull UUI 1.11 n.iJ"Mf!.
:T .i r V,-
In Cfairk- Anrt
I nt rand
-... . ; ;. . -wry ,J7 -.' ..(
i ' .-r; 'n'l
. :-t' r
e 8ellwood' Board, of. Trade 'will , t
Frfdar ) '
''The 'work of layifik'Vho netr;ga mains
mfa o TwWlhh' tre?V
.rapidly ' wofttMlxiiytvi y - J '
4ebker .-' warebAis6,( rs't' MorHson .arid
East Second trts,,biabb.;coinpIetd.
The building Is a . mas'sWo' ktfubtur. on
of the largest on theEast1 Side.
sl i ' -a:' i-H.r-:.A J. ..
vvix, ,oi iqniavjna jaatviaja
W "wtth spre haiuli . a th ;rult of a
faIl.ieyeral,wei(B!,aitii,,v' tZf ,
The matter, ot Incorporating th .ub.
urb of St.' John ..Into a town-1 th Ql
topic of Interest In tht section,-. . It , Is
presumed thai i tho" -County Court will
give the residents an topsrtnnlty to vot
on the proposition..,! .' ' , i,-:-'c
.The !Jbl4'ler:.MoiV(lraeirtt; .'A6catlon
has received' a' eed.;, to- the. pf oposed
site for the mOnumeat of" th dead he
roe of tho'Clvir'vV'af'af Loh Fir em
try.'' "4 tnfv-i y- -f '..'
Mr. . r. A' Muter; of etlwood rturned
horn after a Mant Vllt. la California, ac
companied by ,hr.aughterv- - . '.:, r.
.A cpntMcthVabajitib'y. thi' Port
land Trust Company for tit ' Improving
of the0 Woodstock, .- watr. plant. , v .
Figures' are being made by local ,con-
n actora- oni tne . new suilulng to , b
erected by the.iuilgpah:Presbytrian
Church; Easl, Pdwell'.nd 'Mary afreet.
The old church buliafng ha been sold,
and uH oor W thV new structure 1
completed ,rt wlll b turned Jnto a pub
lic hall. v-trt '-'r" -- " -''
The Nw thlon phuroh' "at J4ontavlUa
will bi, .'dedjfato Mb ',viliur and a
fine programj wlil bb presented. '.; ;
The ww BVooitlypj branch.-ot th City
& SuburMa Railway-Company; ws put
In operation la' night.,, This, proves a
great vonyehienoe o, the many laboring
men or that, tflclhit.-Th . company s at
'.Wa.am '.r.,iuwf ' -wa':!..-.;- .'...1 '
;ihls llhebut as soti. as buslnews -Justi-nit
It. th IMmlndtr irvlc will ' b- In.
Vt-ugurated, . .Th'WJiodck"- RleHmond
,-iioe wilt be ven'ft0-mlnnt.time sched
ule the first of Vt mVf'rtianth ffttta f
; ent. ' v:'.r,f.? ,y -ftpi r f;.v
' . i i ii .. i.,i,i;n,' , tui-iT.,:-'
HELENA.'lMont.v March tl.--At the i.
quest of:4het Secretanr of th interior.
Governor Tfllo.haa ibad; ttrk 'StatevGam
warden ; eatimat., jh umber-'or r bijiia
foe in Monto'and'tii teMowston Na
tional Psrk: "vi';( ip$M?k$-ii Jf"
'The nunfcer h plaoed ,t J38, ait but a
of which ;are; in Montana: hard on. th
Flat ead Irlar? Keaervatlori. . ffuperln
fendent PttclielFrof iie,VJIoVtohcParl,
reported ' to the 'geib;: varden that ; h
could flndj otrfy ;J8 buffalpe in the Park. ;
Now that Winter Is giving, away t
Spring, Portland people, , especially . the
yourrger , generation,.-. a,re . , talking about
plan for,4te Summer ;Tb,i. people who
subscribed .for? the v,e.rctlon.. ot a fre.o
swimming; bath .houae for . thla eity.'ar
wondering over the unusual quietude In
the matter. -,': r;V. y ,;:". :.':"',
Otto Kleeman, the architect, who is in
charge of the- plans for: the struoture
ay , thatt he -wt :;h Jhetn 'ready ' for
the inspection of the committee in a few
day, so, that the -work 'Of construction
can-begtn-aod (he .bath-hous ready, for
ossiness in lime ror tne Hummer season.
The building will be S0xl25. and it Is ex-
pected that, there -will be epace enough
for 200. people to bathe pi a time. ' :
I. ' 1 ' f.VT .' ;i'. ,.
H of growing W every. yr. becoming a
more Important Jhdustry, in Western Ore
iron, and at present price eeems" to be
f alrljH remnnerauve, Julius Pine us, -who
hss heehbtivliltf hdns for 'vAarm In tha
ataj ( 4ortbwfeha:aifti- Arrived here- for
another campaign-, whlqh J- Just . how
opening ojy Inf thef way of-"contract on
the coming crop; : Mr. Plnou ham it tq
13 cent as top figirrea'now n contract
for) this VeaiV and anUOtpates blg- bual
pr. t Hopr of last-year crop ar. how
quoted at If and IS oen tr here. - ahd 'arf
'imMk aji.w at s a. .a TA
II , II "VI
.-'.'-' - 'I. ' '"r :rv''!Ii:-.
lUiiAta nf a! I tirade thti
most, fashionable doths,
1 v ' ' ' -te m",yh'd wtii4tvx
". f' VfwV s,.!....',ll..'-J)''t'fKI. ll
f r mm i Tt i " . .
i . tiv 'v. ' t,
Calling your 3 attitti6n'
(act tbaf Oijt of Arery euiatuhirW,
ptttnt I jtr3s'jfJjMr,;'
oenL art benefited. I. Cot)mttUf3
Vital Science Phyiridan.
319 and 331 Ahbjtoa Ruflolns
TtlnflniM avail the ' most
' beautiful face; or neck. Or t
arm. : w remove nairsr-.
mole and all. such blem-.
ishes permaaently and .
. leave no scars whatever, i
Perfect satisfaction guar'
an teed. . No charge to ?'
tmik it over. ' ... ' "-.
Therapeutical Co, t
Z02 MAItQUAM BUILDING
WE ARE lB)UHa.''H.AB6a8
: of our - V -,:?': fi-
monthly, the Jargtat 'I' eent.packa(e . in
thf market.- Sold by all grocer.-' ;tv v
i' i .i m i i i i ii in. Hi. m ; .ii in un
! - n
'.- w J. ..
Army of Homeseers Mining
Oregon 1 the "land of Vrorol's'to
many an Easterner who; ha beoom
wearied .'with the. atrenuou llfet -cutting
thoroughfare through nowdrtft.
planting crop that the wind ilowa Away
and poking, for wheat .that; nevr .come
out of he ground, do.ijot mak "exist.
eno a long round of pleasure lior-llfe . a
happy and.lridscent drajn. A 'fif;
The Judicious', advertising whlifh the O,
R. & J. ha ,ben, stvtng Oregon year
after year l beartn.-TeWrkabl .fruit
That, line is pouring in ' homese'eVtra' at
thr, rat of. loot) per weeltadalj the
viuvr ruaus ana connecuns line are
doing their ' bt , to populate' ttHi ' sec
tion, Trom Indiana anoT Chicago J08
'OMpMj'ijg.aiiday; atijMufc?f .'"Ot
these" went . out y over the 'Southern , Pa
olflo , and . wll . sttl ' on . tarmaln and
about Oranf Pass.; f,' .; ;,,
- The greater ! proportion ef-Otoa -em-In
are not merely seekers, but!otuai
buyers, s The flood that will be : brought
to "over ith'e Horthej-ft and 'bvr h' If ar
rhnan line wlU ekeeed.-ahythrni'ee T.
corded hi the way of westbduhd travel.
One- man "who bought fatW Haay Sa
lem brought rout several f" earl0ad ' of
took to place upon it arid lAo Ur
chased a " residence in the Capital -City.
JeJ';maWF4f.WakerV'wiW tori H "
year was a street cat than th" Chicago.
1 the advanoe agent of'' JO othertt Mr.
Walters will go 'liite business eV Forest
Grove, and the f other : are kpcYd to
Mtrow next fall.' - -i'w,--t.?rT
, The; little town rof Kpt haVvcelved
lare 'aceesWOns , of late Trorh 'Ihdlaha.
a -letachment'jf OerroajhutbeAhhay
lni elcted U ; as ; their -home.;- f ;' - .
"The various, excursloni'for ths' Pacific
Coast' on account of - con vetiriAris; ' and
other jalhtrHngs' winWi'gl"'TI5como
date person? seeking home eref'Who
are 'unable , to" take aoUrttagtP,)f' the
homeseekeri" ? excursion" rate. :" wtilclrex- .
plhe 'April" Z-'pft pg-m?it y
- f :' - -"' '.,;"'"'"'W'vV -; .
!-V hVirij-?; ; i LI 'j'yit'!.ft'yV'':l'v v
The BaKwdr.' League , lf;fbaaVf.'.''; v
of ' a i new, labor I union whlcti )ha .been '
partiallyuetfecteuand lllbjfeiimpieted ; j
next. Monday, aOernoon. thf .date-sef for .
the election, of efflcer aad feVfttdHn the""
organisation.- The new, order ha mm
bera, .ahd by next .meeting nigh expect
to Increaii this "homberi w 6p. Th;:Bar-tondera'Leaa-u
reulrkhoae who? loin, K ?,
It to be efjcient attheil61olstride.
It doe, sot Intend - to affiliate '- ttlththe --'
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