The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, January 30, 1904, Page 8, Image 8

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    THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING., JANUARY 30. 1904.
NEWS OF THE NORTHWEST
The Universal
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OREGON CITY
- - XOTICE. nrofoii Cltr anbacrttwra win plmae
Oka eottr tbat th offlc of Tha Journal bu
tan Mtubtlsiied at the Courier offlc. Sewitn
rrvet. next to dppot. where nuMfrtptloni, com'
i hints. MimmlL ttc. will be received and at
tended to by I. ),; Cautield, Tha Journal Ora.
cob city agent.
THE GRACE VILL
UiR BEQUESTS KADS TO EIIA
, TIVTES AMOtJJTT OP ESTATE HOT
ESTIMATED ITEMS 01 XHTEWEST
; ooorrworo rer the hxighbobijto
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' (Journal Special Service. )
Oregon City, Or,, Jan. 30. The last
i will and 'testament of the late George
AW Crae was probated in the court of
Judge. Thomas Ryan yesterday. Among
other things the will provides as fol
lows: i .
first -I direct all of my just debts
to be paid; Including a debt due-my wife,
Florence Grace, of $600, out of the first
funds coming to the hands of the exe
cutor. j
-Second I give and bequeath to my
beloved wife, Florence E. Grace, all of
the real estate of whlcn I may die possessed.-
Third 1 direct that there shall be
added to the wages due W. J. Wilson,
now In my employ, a sum aggregating
1500, to be paid to him from my estate.
Fourth I give and bequeath- to my
on, Roy E, Grace,, my gold watch, chain
and charm. '
Fifth I give and bequeath to my said
wife -all of my household furniture and
wearing apparel. .
Sixth All of the rest, residue and re
mainder of my estate to be , divided
equally into five parts or shares, one
fifth each to be given to my daughter,
Georgia M. Grace; my son, Roy E. Grace;
my daughter. Florence Grace; my daugh
ter, , Mary Ellen Grace,, and my wife,
Florence Grace. ' ; - '
Seventh My exocutor shall pay from
the Income of the undistributed three
fifths of the funds of the residuary es
- tate to my wife for the suport of her
self and two children annually the sum
of $60. The executor Is authorised to
erect a house not to exceed In value or
cost the sum of $600 on the lot devised
to my wife, if he thinks it expedient.
Eighth. My brother William R.
Grace, I hereby nominate my sole exe
cutor without bonds and trustee of my
estate. .., - . .. - '
' William K. Grace qualified as exe
cutor under the terms of the will yes-
terday and has entered upon tha dis
charge of his duties, as such.'
Oregon City Hotea. '
Mr. and Mrs. George Hlldebrandt of
St. Joe. Mo., will arrive in this city
this evening and will visit for the next
week with Mrs, Mary MoCarver a sis
ter of Mrs. Hlldebrandt. They have
been touring the coast for some weeks
and will continue their journey . from
here going to San Francisco. .-
The ball given last evening by the
Florodora club at the armory w
decided success in every way. A very
large attendance both of masked and tin
masked . visitors were present. The
music was furnished by J. H, Turney's
orchestra and was' exceptionally good.
Dancing continued until an early hour
this morning.
Miss Ethel and E. Jacks and Anna
English of Portland are visiting Miss
Ethel English. ;
Miss Maud Moey of Oswego has been
visiting in town for several days.
Miss Ada Brouehton of Portland is
visiting Miss Neita Harding.
. Dood Shlndler of ., San Francisco Is
visiting his father-in-law's family, Mr.
and Mrs. Dr. J. M. Norrls. this week.
Miss Alberta Fauts of Portland Is the
guest of her aunt. Miss Rosa Fauts.
me annual nremen'mair or Oregon
City will be held on the evening of
February 2!.' Preparations have al
ready begun for the event and one of
the best balls of the season is sure to i
follow. - ' - ", ..
One of the most pleasant functions
rlven In this city during the winter was
the reception given yesterday after
noon from 3 to 6 o'clock by the Women
of Woodcraft In Woodmen hall In this
city. A literary and musical program
of decided merit was rendered and the
lodge guards exemplified their lodge
drill, which was put on the floor In a
most becoming manner. After the pro
gram had been rendered-refreshments'
were served and a most enjoyable af
ternoon came to a conclusion.
Ernest P. Rands and Frank Bush left
this morning for Dodge. In this county,
to survey the large ranch of Mr. Bush
at that place. They will be gone sev
eral days. Mr.' Rands is the county and
city surveyor.
Suit was instituted on yesterday by H.
Ilaworth In the Clackamas circuit court
against C Earth, who recently disap
peared from his business and home
near Clackamas station, for the sum of
$311.36 and costs and attorney'a fees.
The plaintiff, who instituted the suit,. re
sides near Orient, in this county, and
his claim is for wages due the hands
employed by Mr. Barth as many of these
claims have been assigned to ; him.
Barth disappeared from the county
some 10 days ago and up to this day
not a word or trace of him has been
seen or heard.
ATHLETIC MANEUVERS
AT THE BARRACKS
(Journal Special bn-Tlce.)
Vancouver, Wash.. Jan. 30. Of all
the exercises that have taken place av
the garrison since the organizations
have been celebrating field days, yes
terday was the most Interesting. The
exercises opened at 9:80 o'clock and
lasted until late In the afternoon.
The first on the program was the Sib
ley tent pitching, won by company H,
Nineteenth infantry; time, 4:10. Com
pany F, Nineteenth Infantry, winning
second and the Twenty-sixth battery
making third.
Hasty Intrenchroent Contestants In
light marching order, using tin cups,
bayonets or meat cans for digging, was
won by Sergeant Bayer, company H,
Nineteenth Infantry, In 1 minutes; sec
ond. Private Brown of : the Twenty
Sixth battery, and third. Private Gossett,
company B, Nineteenth Infantry.
Next came the "relay race, half-mile
teams of 10 men from the same or
ganization, won by the Twenty-sixth
battery; time, 1 1:66; second. Company
U. and' third, company F, Nineteenth
Infantry.: . :' ... . '. ; ,- ,
.Thl blank cartridge race, consisting
of rive blanks at 10 yards Interval
''.brought one at a time, was most ex
ulting and was won by Musician Shep-
GIVEN
PUBLICITY
pard, company II. In 1:09 2-8; second,
Private Pendleton, Twenty-sixth bat
tery, and third. Private Johns, company
K, Nineteenth Infantry.
In the shelter tent pitching company
F, Nineteenth infantry, was first, rep
resented by Corporal Stray and Private
Whittlesea; time, 2:12; second, Twenty-sixth-
battery, represented by Corporal
Vail and Private Daley; third, company
H, Nineteenth Infantry, represented by
Sergeant Sawyer and Private, Hagar.- -
88-yard heavy marching order, go as
you please, won by, Private Anderson,
company F, Nineteenth infantry, in
3:23 1-5; Private Warmotn, company H,
making second and Private Randolph of
company D, third.
The wall-scaling proved Cjf unusual
interest and was - a tie between the
Eighth' battery and company II, Nine
teenth infantry, time being 2:5S, and
company G, . Nineteenth infantry, com
ing out third; time, 3:03
The exercises m-ere . witnessed by a
large number of civilians, who showed
as much interest ' in the results as the
soldiers themselves.
EUGENE
NOTICE. Tha Eileen atelier 'of Tba Ore.
(too Dally Journal la at the bookntora of Allen
H. Eaton, wbera autwrtptlona to so by mail
of carries will be received.
AUCTION SALES OF
SHODDY MERCHANDISE
. (Journal Special Service.)
Eugene,- Or., Jan. SO. Eugene mer-
chahtx are complaining that this city
has had more than Its share of auction
sales of cheap,' shoddy bankrupt stocks
of goods, !q . the detriment of the legiti
mate merchants' business. With an Idea
to putting a stop to so many of these
sales a number of merchants met at the
store of Cockerllne & Wetherbee last
night for the purpose of formulating a
plan of action and effect an organisa
tion. V .'"-' - -
It was decided to petition the city
council to place a prohibitive license on
the. auctioneers of. these cheap stocks.
Several weeks ago. some , of the leading
merchants .asked the council to take
some action upon the matter,' but no
organized effort was made and it failed.
A leading merchant today expressed
the. opinion that It was useless for a
reliable merchant to tryand offer his
goods in competition with the cheap.
shoddy and shelf-worn, bankrupt goods
that are now being auctioned off .by at
least one concern here at ridiculously
low prices at the present time.
It is Intended also to ask the coun
cil to place a high license upon street
fakers and peddlers who annually pick
up hundreds of dollars on the streets of
Eugene. :., -:' -
Death of M. M. Stewart.
M. A. Stewart of this city ' received
a telegram yerterday conveying to him
the sad intelligence of the sudden and
violent death of his father, M. M.
Stewart, t at- Monterey, Cat ; ? He was
killed by being struck by an electrlo
xnr, -.. , . ..
The victim of the accident was a well
known resident of Lane county, having
resided on farm near Eugene for 'sev
eral years. He waa aged 74 years and
was a pioneer of California, having
come across the plains in 1852, living
for many years at Watsonvllle before
coming to Eugene. '
rU rrom Scaffold.'
R. Eddy, residing south of Eugene,
fell off a scaffolding while driving posts
yesterday afternoon and broke two of
his ribs. Dr. I W. Brown waa called
and he attended the injury. ,
, Arrested for Irfuroeny. -
Antone Gunderson was brought back
to Eugene r from Woodburn by Con
stable Smith last night, having been ar
rested there for the larceny by bailee
of a number of household articles be
longing to Jamea F, Spores of Mohawk.
Wast to Keep Band.
The business men of Eugene are mak
ing efforts to keep the local brass band
from disbanding. It was announced sev
eral days ago. that the organisation
would soon go out of business for want
ut funds to pay the directors. Today
a committee started out with a sub
scription paper asking for donations
sufficient to insure a salary of $60 per
month for six months for the , director.
The subecrlptlon started out quite liber
ally and the committee thinks the
amount can, be raised without any
trouble, .- '
Mr. Sbnraerman'a Gold Bricks.
L. Zimmerman, president of the Lucky
Boy Mining company, passed through
Eugene today on his way from the
Lucky Boy mine to' Portland with two
big gold bricks, the result of the
monthly cleanup at the mine. The value
Of the bricks la about $8,000. Mr. Zim
merman reports a foot of snow at the
mines. When the new 36-stamp'mlll Is
In operation, which is expected to be
within a couple of months, the cleanups
will amount to over three times what
they are at present. , .
SPORTING CLISTENINCS
The Browns.
Everything Is progressing.
Baseball is being talked about.
The boxing men are getting busy.
llanlon had an easy job last night
with "Kid" Broad. ; ' '
Tom Tracey will soon enter the ring
for another go. , Tom is active, to say
the least. u.
Brltt and Young Corbett will be the
next of Interest.
Sharkey and Munroe should not be
overlooked In the going.
Manager Ely's team for the coming
season will be a credit to this city.
Barney. Oldfleld and W. K. Vantferbllt,
Jr., ore making things interesting down
at Ormond Beach, Fla., this week.
The Portland Hunt club are on a paper
chase this afternoon. A good party
started at the Clinton Kelly school at
3 o'clock.'
Parke Wilson's Seattle team will be
a good one, according to reports.
HOTXCB TO KABIHEBS.
Light House Inspector C. G. Calkins
has issued this notice:
The following affects the list of bea
cons and buoys. Pacific coast, 1903:
Washington. WlUapa bay entrance,
page 69. WUIapa bay outer buoy, a PS.
first-class can, marked "W. B." In white,
reported out of position January 18, was
replaced January 27.
Juan de Fuca strait, page 76. point
.Wilson buoy No. 6, a red, nrst-class nun,
reported out .of powltlon December 81,
1903, was' replaced January . 24.
AiuKKaviarence , strait, page tSB.a
Lincoln Rook buoy No. 2. a red flrst7
clans nun, reported adrift December 24'
rjC3. will be discontinued as being no
longer . needpd since, the completion of
the Lincoln 'Bock light station.
r
VANCOUVER
' NOTICE Tba Vanrturt-r axener of Tha Orv
Jon Daily Journal la located at 603 Uals atrwt,
obit P. Liindberz, acect.
AN ARDENT LOVER
GETS COLD BATH
POKTLAND TOUNG MAW VISITS
VANCOUVER, ABB BIS LADY X.OVB
WHILE WAITING POB " THE
TEBBY ' RE, X2T SOME VEOVLZAB
HANBSB, FELL ZBTO THE BXVEB.
' , (Journal Special Servlc.)
Vancouver, Wash., Jan. 30. An unlooked-for
scene took place last night,
witnessed by a very few, In which two
lovers were concerned, which will be an
admonition to. wooing couples not to get
too near the river for the purpose. .
In this instance a certain swain by
the name of Smith called from Portland
to see his sweetheart, and were on their
way back to the ferry, the young lady
accompanying him to the landing. It
seems that the parties were a little too
late to 'catch the boat, as the ferry had
left a few seconds before. The dock
seemed a quiet place where they could
converse until the ferry returnd from
in Oregon side. Whether it was a vio
lent embrace or whether the breeze was
a little too strong for the young man,
he unfortunately slipped and received a
cold bath as the result. He managed to
rescue himself without. much trouble
and proceeded to some convenient place
where he could dry out and' wait for
the ferry to return. - .i . ;
Hew Bubllo School Beady.
The new public school house will be
ready for occupancy by Monday week.
The carpenters finished their part of the
work today and the painters will be
through by next Tuesday. The new
quarters are quite attractive In appear
ance and will be of grat accommodation
to the public, avoiding as It does the un
certainly In securing schooling quarters
for the children that have been crowded
out of the other public school buildings.
Chaplain S. J. Smith will on February
2 give his Illustrated lecture on the
Nineteenth Infantry in the Philippines.
mis . mrantry participated in many
stirring events during their service In
the Islands. A large number of - the
skirmishes and battles' were photo
graphed by renowned artists and the"
chaplain's stereoptlcon views are se
lected from these collections. Not only
do the views show scenes taken from
the American side of the army, but also
scenes, as viewed from the insurgents'
ranks. These views were . taken by
Chinese photographers and were with
much difficulty secured by Chaplain
Smith at the close of hostilities. The
lecture, it is said, will be the more In
teresting on account that a large num
ber of views are moveable pictures and
will show the. real nature of battles.
High School Club. 1
Lyclum club of Vancouver High
School will hold an open-meeting next
Monday night in- the High School rooms
at which the public is cordially Invited.
Ohnrch Hotloea.
The Rev. Herbert Parrish. otherwise
known as Father Parrish, rector of the
Church of the Advent, San Francisco, is
to preach at St. Luke's Episcopal church
on Monday evening.
At the M. E. church Rev. W. E
Thompson, pastor, usual services will
be held tomorrow. Sunday school at
9:46. a. m. Communion services at 11
a. m., subject of sermon "We Would See
Jesus." Junior league at 3 p. m. Ed
worth league. at 6:16 p. m., Miss Blower,
leader. In the evening at 7:30 the pre
siding elder, J. E. Williams, will con
duct services. Rev. Williams Is well
known throughout Clarke county not
only as a persistent worker, but also as
a fine orator. Everybody Is cordially
Invited to all the services. - ,
On Monday night the second quarterly
conference holds Its meeting in the M
E. church, at which time Important
business will be transacted. .
The Baptist church and congregation
held a reunion last evening which was
well attended and from -all points a
success. .
Pastor R. Teatman will preach to
morrow at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school 10 a. m., B.of. P. U., 6:30,
R. L. Ludlaw,- missionary of the
American Sunday School union for
Clarke county, Is In the field at work.
Any school In need of help such as a
missionary can give should write him at
Vancouver.
At the Memorial Presbyterian church.
Rev. O. S. Barnum, pastor. Sunday'
services at 10:30 and 7:30 o'clock. Morn
ing subject, "Justified by Faith j" even
ing subject, "The Sinner's Plea.", , Chris
tian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
THB VALUE Or OHAKCOAL,
raw People Hnow HowVsefnl It la In
Preserving Health and Beanty.
Nearly everybody knows that charcoal
Is the safest and most efficient disinfec
tant and purifier in nature, but few real
ize Its value when taken Into the human
system for the same cleansing purpose
Charcoal Is a remedy that the more
you take of It the better; It is not a
drug at all, but simply absorbs the
gases and impurities always present In
the stomach and Intestines and carries
them out of the system. . -.'
Charcoal sweetens the breath after
smoking, drinking, or after eating on
ions and other odorous vegetables.
Charcoal effectually clears and Im
proves the complextlon. it whitens tho
teeth and further acts as a natural and
eminently safe cathartic.
It absorbs the Injurious gases which
collect In the stomach and bowels- it
disinfects the mouth and throat from
the poison 'of catarrh.
All druggists sell charcoal In one
form or another, but probably the best
charcoal and the most for the money ts
In Stuart's Absorbent Losenges; they
re composed of the finest powdered
Willow charcoal, and other harmless
antiseptics in tablet form, or rather in
the form of large, pleasant tasting los
enges, the charcoal . being mixed with
honey.
The dally use of these losenges will
soon tell In a much Improved condition
of the general health, better complexion
sweeter breath and purer blood, and the
beauty of It Is, that no possible harm
can result from their continued use, but.
on the contrary, great benefit
A Buffalo physician, in speaking of
the benefits of charcoal, says:, " ad
vise Stuart's Absorbent Lozenges to all
patients suffering from gas In stomach
mm powen, ana 10 cienr ine complexion
and purify the breathy mouth and
throat: I also believe the liver Is
greatly benefited by the dally use of
them: they cost but twenty-five cents a
box at drug stores, and although In
some Sense a patent preparation, yet I
believe I get more and better charcoal
In Stuart's Absorbent Losenges than In
any of the ordinary charcoal tablets."
One-trouble with people who have ex
cuses Is that they can't always think of
them. . .'.
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The Acme
OR SMALL BOARDING HOUSES IS OUR $40 AND $46 SIX-HOLE UNIVERSAL THESE ARE THE MASTERPIECES OF HUMAN SKILL IN RANGE
BUILDING. The WORLD OF COOKERY HAS PROBABLY NEVER SEEN THEIR LIKE. WE HAVE COOKING STOVES, TOO, OF THE UNI
VERSAL MAKE THAT ARE THE BEST THING EVER SEEN IN THIS BAILIWICK IN THAT LINE. IN. HEATING STOVES COLE'S ORIGINAL:
HOT BLAST, HARD OR SOFT COAL, LIGNITE OR WOOD STOVES. TAKE THE PALM. ' THIS SORT OF A HEATER IS NEEDED IN EVERY FAM
' ILY. IF ANYBODY WANTS ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF HARDWARE, .TOOLS, KITCHEN UTENSILS, ETC., ETC, THE DEPOT WHERE ALL
SUCH MAY BE FOUND IS AT ... ' , .
Odd Fellows Temple,
.HB BEEFS
KOTICE. Sdlem aubacrlbera will pleaaa taka
r.ctlce tbat Tba Journal agency baa Men trana
ferred to B. . E. Da via, ISO state atraat, who
will racelT subscriptions, complaint, pay.
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ARMORY FOR SALEM
NOW, THE QUESTION
(Journal Special Serrlce.) -,
Salem, Jan. SO. Adjutant-General Fin
aer was In the. city yesterday afternoon
and while here he discussed the matter
Of an armory for Salem, with the local
militia officers and some of the citizens.
He has taken up the proposal of tb cor
respondent of The Journal, made last
spring, that this county build a substan
tial armory in this city, the capital of
the state, and make the local company
an assurod success for the future. The
proposal for an armory Is for a substan
tial brick .building to be located on a lot
to be provided with funds raised by pop
ular subscription, the structure only to
be paid for by the county.' It is esti
mated that such a building could be con
structed for from $10,000 to $12,000", and
It is believed that for this purpose the
material brick can" :be secured from
the penitentiary brickyard for from 50
to 35 per cent less than the market
price, as the building would in the very
nature of things be for public use and
for benefit of the state. An active can
vass will be made among the people of
tins county with a view to ascertaining
xne sentiment in lavor of such a venture.
which would-be of inestimable benefit
to the mljitia company in this city. As
Salem Is the capital and the commander-in-chief
Is located here, a good military
company is very-much desired and the
location of the armory on th,e third floor
or ine city nan, wnere it is now, Is not
conducive to Increasing the interest In
the welfare and prosperity of the com
pany.
There are only two mllltla companies
in Marlon. county, at Salem and Wood
burn, and the members of the company
at the latter place as well as the people
mere are in favor of constructing a good
substantial armory in 8alera at once,
one that would be a credit to the capital
of the state and would be of great use
to me muitia ana tne public as well. In
addition to this Salem needs a large pub
He hall for conventions and other meet
ings, a place that would not have to be
reached by cllniblng two or three flights
of stairs and such a building would be
provided in tne proposed new armory.
Begular Army Enoampment.
The adjutant-general also stated that
the coming encampment of the regular
army and the militia of the several
states on the Pacific coast is attracting
great attention and will doubtless be of
great benefit to the troops In Oreron and
the entire Pacific coast The department
or tne Columbia and the department of
the Pacific will be merged Into the Pa
cific division, according to the plana now
under dicsussion, and Gen. Arthur Mac
Arthur will be in commanl and In charge
of the maneuvers to be held on the. coast
some time next summer. The ground, It
is said. Is now practically selected at
some point in California and the militia
rorces of Oregon. Washington, Idaho,
Montana and California, together with
the regular troops stationed In those
states, will take part in the maneuvers
at the time of the encampment, similar
to tne maneuvers held at Fort Riley,
Kan.; last year, to the great benefit of
the state troops. '--:
The adjutant-general stated It a his
opinion that the -olive drab uniforms,
to take the place of the yellow khaki'now
in use. would be adopted for the mllltla,
a change which he favors, very much am
he thinks the color better than the old
one.. . - . -' .-
Crookham Gats Diablo.
In the Justice court yesterday after
noon the case against C. D, Crookham,
the California horseman, in which the
California horseman, who waa arrested
last Tuesday for taking the pacing stal
lion Diablo from the fair grounds,
where a local horseman,' Sam Canto, had
him in charge, was decided In faVor of
the defendant, and the charge against
Mr. Crookham was dismissed. This
judgment carried with It tho title to the
horse . as ' resting In. Mrs. Murray, and
through her, In Dr. Strong and Mr. F.
Crotfkliam, her brother , and brother-in-law,
respectively. The. two gentlemen
were at once given, charge of the horse
and they formally took possession of the
splendid animal, which will be kept here
during the coming season. .
The pacer has a record of 2:09 M, and
he Is the sire of two colts that have
made records of 2:06 and 2:08ft, respec
tively, , -. .
Dr. Strong, after the conclusion of the
trial, a!d that since his arrival In this
city last Monday evening he had become
convinced that there were more "white"
people In this city. Salem, than any other
town he had ever seen, size considered,
and that a man coming to Salem, an en
tire stranger, could: and did get a
"square" dear here. These gentlemen
have made many warm friends in this
city since their arrival and they will
likely remain here some time, although
their business Is now about concluded.
Ho Toads to Pay Warrants.
.' In the state treasurer's office veiiterdav
afternoon the first warrants drawn on
tne general fund la a year were endorsed
"not paid for want of funds." owing to
the practical exhaustion of the general
fund. This was ' predicted bv State
Treasurer Moore last November, when
the tax laws were declared to be so ar
ranged as to make it illegal to levy a
SALEM j
IS THE- BEST COOKING RANGE ON
HOUSEWIFE THINKS THERE IS ITS EQUAL, IT'S BECAUSE
SHE' DON'T KNOW THE EXCELLENT QUALITIES
OF THE UNIVERSAL
and w sell these as low as $20.00 for a four-hole Steel Range
CAPABLE OF DOING ALL THE WORK. OF ANY COOKINC STOVE OF' THAT NUMBER OF HOLES. AND
DOING IT TWICE AS WELL. AND THE STEEL RANGE DON'T WEAR OUT.
TODAY THE HOME WITHOUT. RANGE LACKS A VERY ESSENTIAL PART OF ITS FURNISHING.' .
of Perfection in Steel Ranges for Large Families
First and Alder. -
ONS EYB OPBH ALL THB TTSCE LOOKING OUT TOM THE XHTEXESTS Ol
tax on the 1903 assessment, and which
defect was cured at the special session
of the legislature . In December. 1903
The general fund, without replenishment,
was at that time declared to be Insuffi
cient to run the state beyond February 1
In the treasurer's office the warrants
on other funds are being paid, and small
ones on the general fund will be paid,
nut those in larger amounts will be en
dorsed, and these will draw interest until
paid.
These warrants will nrobablv be en
dorsed until some time in May, as the'
first payment of state taxes is not due
until that month, and many counties will
not pay until after June 1. It will re
quire the tax payments to replenish
the general fund of the treasury and In
the interim the state will pay interest on
endorsed warrants. -
; Patient to Asylum.
. Four. patients were received ' at the
asylum yesterday from several counties
in the state, the sheriffs having evidently
waited for the day of the first execution
at the penitentiary In order to witness
It. . Two patients came from Morrow
county. Wiley Wallace, aged 42, a sheep
herder, whose - mental affliction was
caused by an Injury, was brought by
Sheriff Shutt He -also brought down
Liill lan Myrtle Gaker, 16 years old, an
Idiot from birth. Mrs Leonie Baker,
mower or tne girl, accompanied him.
Lewis A. Segar, a blacksmith, 26 years
oia, was Drougnt rrora Astoria by Sheriff
1-noman.tnviner-He is violent and de
structlve without cause. - .
James D. Marley, aged 44, a soldier in
the Eighteenth infantry was brought
rrom jrenaietou by Sheriff T. D. Taylor.
He is homicidal and suicidal,, and was
picked up while wandering about Pendle
ton. His Insanity is the result of an
injury received while In the line of duty
in ine army. -..
GAMBLING LAYOUTS
ARE ALL BOXED UP
(Journal Special Service.)
Albany, Or., Jan. SO. In accordance
wjia ine oraers issuea oy tne city coun
cil Tuesday evenlntr. all crambltnir
are closed and the layouts have been
uoxea awaiting tne selection of a new
field by the owners, as It Is conceded
that knights of the green cloth will not
ply their calling in this city for some
time. The members of the city coun
cil, while they favor a liquor license
policy, are not under obligations to tha
gamblers and propose to rid the -city of
the "banking" games. The three mem-
tnsrs -wno-were reelected last December,
Ralston, Marshall and Stewart, were Op
posed , by the saloons, but succeeded
themselves in nit nt thi nmn,iti.
. w,.wu..iuil.
The movement is not so much against
saloons as it is to compel the obser
vance nf orrllnancoa that h
best Interests of the citizens. The ma
jority oi tne saioonmen are not affected
by the orders and approve the action
ui mo council. "
Hew Captain for Company a,
Company G, Third regiment, O. N. G.,
will elect a successor to Capt. F. C.
Steelmacher next Tuesday evening. Capt.
L. H. KnaDD of Portland will i hov
charge of the election. First Lieuten
ant J. w. Wallace is the only candidate
mentioned for the place and it is prob
able that he will be elected unanimous.
ly. The orders also empower the elec
tion or otner comm an nnM nmara
as Second Lieutenant C. 8. Harnlsh has
tendered his resignation and Lieutenant
Wallace will be promoted, the two lleu-
lenams win De included in the election.
Firat Rercrennt O Tt ntiln.li.i. c
o - ' ... . v , m iv. ov
ona (sergeant s. U Worreirare candi
dates for first" lieutenancy whllo Hnr
geant W. L. Marks and Corporal A. E.
Aiexanaer win probably try for sec-
ona lieutenant.
Oa Serions Charge. ;
Delbert Devlne wan armaterl vidu.
day by Sheriff Huston rhamil wltl.
criminal assault committed on Miss Iva
jroweu last March. The girl, who is
under 16 years of age, gave birth to a
Child a few mnnthn am ami 1i,r f.iti..
Calvin Powell of Waterloo, complained
10 tne aistrtct attorney who indicted
POWell. In the manntlm tha AotcnA.
ant had left the country and did not
return until yesterday when the sheriff
took him In charge. He is in jail and
Will await the i action nt tha elrvmlt
court, which convenes in March. '
Woolen Mill to Start
The Bannockburn Wnnlsn Mill. nm.
pany of Portland. th owner nf tha Al
bany mill. Is making preparations to
start the machinery at once. J. E. But
terworth, a mill man of wide experience,
has just arrived from tha Kant anrl will
net as superintendent. The mill will
manuraciure nne cuoth for the tailoring
trade and will employ about 60 hands.
- Albany Hews Botes. ;
About ITS nunlln are tnklna- tha altrhth
grade examination in Linn count v thia
week. ' - - .-:;'
The baakethall taama nf T-ohannn anA
Albany will. play at Vance hall tonight
An Interesting game Is anticipated.
The city delivery wagons will here
after, mflka two trlna In- tha fnn
and one In the afternoon, except on Sat
urday. whm two trips will be made in
tire afternoon. t ,. ;
Nerves
Furnish the mn!!v nnwar nf tha an lira
body. Dr. Miles' Nervine will keep thd
nerves strong .and healthy or restore
thejr strength If weakened. .:; .,.
Htilil on' tuaranlea. Writ fur free book on
nvrTima dliHnnra. I
,' fit. MILES MEWCAi CO., Elkhart, lad, '
THIS GREEN EARTH, IF ANY
THE HARDWARE MERCHANT.
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Vegetable Preparationfor As
similating fteFortondRegufx
ting the S tomachs arvcLBowels of
Promotes Digcsn'oaCheerful
nessandRest.Contains neither
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral,
KotNarc otic ,
Jafie afOUUrSiMlUmaaR ;
- M&arwaa! ftSR
Apcrfecl Remedy for Constipa
tion , Sour Stomach.Diatrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Fevcrish
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature or
NEW YORK.
exact copy or wrappcr.
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THE PORTLAND
VOBTXdUrD, OBXOOH
AMERICAN
PLAN
HEADQUARTERS FOR TOURISTS AND COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS.
Speolal rates made to families and single gentleman. The manageineaft
b pleased a all times to sbow rooms and give prices. - A modern
Turklaa kata establishment la tba hotel. j
X. a SO WEBS, Manage.
na XBTSOHAH, Vrea.
The Imperial Hotel
. ! PORTLAND,
, ,.s '' -.European
K tc from $ I to S3.SO per day.
T5 OIUSGON DAILJWPLNAL-
A NtWSPAP E aHr-oUT A t L THE PoVL
HIS . CUSTOXZXS.
Tot Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
In
Use
. ; ."' ' s . .
For Over
Thirty Years
&
0
ua
tns esanraua eoneaarf. iw voaa enr.
$3 Per Day
and Upward
Look Through
Our Line "
of capital carpenters' tools and build
ers' hardware and your own knowledge
and experience will convince you that U
cannot be equaled, much less excelled, fn
easy reach of your home or shop. These
hardware specialties are ', matters ' of
pride with us your possession of them
a source of satisfaction to you. Boe
the goods and ask prices often as you
like..: . f : ,
AVERY , CO;
82 Third Street
tt,W. XKOWLZI, JOgc
' ORCQON,
Plan Only.., .
Seventh and Washington St.
Bears the .
Signature Sy