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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 30, 1904.
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v Oregon City, : Or., July - 10. bounty
' School Superintendent J. C Zlneer
r la buiy making an extensive re'
port of the business done by the county
schools for the year Just finished The
report la in detail and covers all the
work done by each sohool of the county,
the number of pupils attending during
the year, the age of each - pupil, their
landing and the numbers of voters at
the school 'election, .and many other
things that pertain to school, matters.
' The total number of scholars during the
year Just past who attended the county
- schools was round to, be 7,v, or an in-
- crease or xoi over last year, .by nex
week the report will be ready for publl
- . iii' Inspects SMahway. ,
'"H. Q. Van Dusen, state fish comrols-
alener,. was In Oregon City yesterday
Inspecting the site for the flehway that
' Is to be built over the tills. , The work
on the flshway has already commenced
by Engineer H. A. Rands by establishing
the points, and nothing remains now but
to put a crew of men at work blasting
out the ladder. This will shortly be
done. Mr. Van Dusen has Jnat returned
'from the Ray dam on tha Rogue river.
and states that the salmon have no air
flculty in getting over that fish ladder
located there, notwithstanding reports to
tha contrary. . v
Xagene Man to Bus. Boarding- House.
William Mulkey, a prominent Eugene
business man, has decided to cast his
fortunes with Oregon City - and has
bought the furniture and secured a two
'years lease on the Portland lodging
house and will proceed to. operate the
same shortly as -a lodging-house and
hotel. ' The lodging house is located on
Main street near Sixth and the fum paid
xor ine lease was si.vuv.
' - ' tamp BOU Causes Interest. -i
' What la a novelty to most 06 the peo-
. pie unramlllar with mining la Oregon
City is the miniature stamp mill that
is on exhibition in this city. The mill
was constructed by J. Theodore Jennings
of the Hammond -Manufacturing com
pany of Portland, and is correct in every
detail. There are five stamps and, the
power is rurnisnea Dy a- water motor.
. and the noise that the stamps make in
raising and falling is very realistic The
. mill is surrounded by excellent speci
mens of the ore taken, from the Molaila
No. IS claims. .
' Tomjurro w 'a SsmiosBV
' At Bt John's Cathollo church the Rev,
- Father Hlllebrand will celebrate mass
it I and 10:10 o'clock In the morning.
and vespers will be sung- at the usual
' time in the evening.
At the Presbyterian church the Rev.
' Frank Mixsell will occupy the pulpit
There will be preaching both morning
and evening and Christian Endeavor will
meet. . - v
.' At the Methodist church the pastor,
Rev. J. H, Wood will eonduot the serv
tees. - The regular morning and evening
, worship , will be observed at the usual
" times and the Ep worth league will meet.
' The services at the Baptist church
will be conducted by the Rev.' J. H.
Bevlna, who will use "as bis theme In
the morning "Atonement."-: In 'the even
Ing his subject will be "Overcoming
. Jfivll." . ' .,.:.'.....-
The services at the Congregational
' church tomorrow will be conducted by
the Rev. B. 8. Bollinger. In the morn-
. Ing his subject will be 'Coming Down
the Mountain," and In the evening he
; will preacb on the toplo "Why Good Men
Rise." . ' , "' . t. -
Tomorrow's - services - at Bt 'Paul's
Episcopal church will be conducted by
the rector, Rev. p. K. . Hammond, and
' will be as follows: Holy communion at
. I o'clock. Sunday school at 10 o'clock,
and morning prayer and sermon on' "The
Dangers of Delay" at 11 o'clock. Even
ing prayer and sermon oh "First Fruits
In the evening. - ,
, The services at the First church of
, Christ Scientist in the Oarde building,
will be as follows: Sunday school at 10
o'clock, and morning .sermon at 11
o'clock. .-'..',' ' .
.. Oregon City Bews Botes. .
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cross left yester
day for a few days vacation In Spring-
water. . . v
O. OMumpower of Stone waa In Ore
gon City yesterday on his way to attend
. the Democrats rally In Portland.
C. H. Mclaaae, a prominent business
man and member of the Lewis and Clark
. fair commission, was an Oregon City
Judge William Galloway of the third
Judicial district waa In Oregon City yea-
- Senator George C. Brownell left for
Anderson. Clackamas county, today.
. where he -delivered an address at the
- woodmen of the World picnic.
Stephen Hutchinson, a prominent
farmer of Highland,' and-who was
candidate ", on the Democratic county
ticket for the legislature, was In Ore-
i gon City yesterday.
Mrs. F. G. Eby and Mrs. Grace Shaw
, are visiting friends In Kelso, Wash.
Thomas Morrow and wife of Linn
county are visiting the family of O. D.
Lott Liv.rmore, postmaster of Pen-
dleton, waaMn Oregon City this morn
i. in a on hla way to Salem. -
The petition to probate the will of the
late Lulah Toedtraelr was filed in the
county court yesterday.
Ethel Finger is suing Max Flna-er for
divorce. They were married February
14. ISO, and it Is alleged that Finger
deserted his wl fe soon after. - .
A. S. Hunt has bought a tract of land
, at Willamette falls for $225. The land
was sold by tha Willamette Falls com
pany. . '
The family of i. R. ShaVer left today
to spend their - vacation .at Wllholt
; springs;. '..).
A demurrer In the divorce suit of C.
M. Baldwin against Minnie A. Baldwin
-was filed yesterday In the circuit court,
stating that the complaint did not state
facta to constltue a cause of aolon.
BXH.ZQATXS HAKES PBOX WASCO.
" (Special DUpaleh to Tbe JonaaL)-
Wasco. Or.,, July 80. At a cltixens'
" meeting held' la this city last evening
Mayor E. S. Cattron appointed tha fol
' lowing named business men of Wasoo as
, delegates to the Oregon Development
-convention In Portland, August I and I:
F. It Meader, O. N. Crosfleld, R. C, At
. wood. W. M. Burnett 1L E. Beers, E. O.
McKee. W, H. Biggs, Joseph Marsh, MU
: ton P. Mornn.
i It costs him nothing.' Your
grocer ia glad to return your
Schilling's Best money.if what
you got is not to your liking.
(Speettl pipetch to The JootmI.)
Vancouver, Wash., July 80. The re
sult of William Curry's outing in Van
couver for a "time." will probably prove
more fateful than the loss of a watch
that was stolen from him. He was
taken to the St. Vincent hospital yes
terday afternoon In a, rather precarious
condition, in his tour about town he
visited a, disreputable Joint where be
lost his watch. - Shortly after the watch
waa taken from hlra it seems be en
deavored to go down stairs. '
Being an old man and somewhat un
der tbe Influence oC liquor, he lost con
trol of hrmself and fell down. He was
found at the foot of the stairway -by
Officer Martin, at which tlnqe the dis
covery of the robbery waa made.
" Dr. Challnero. .who was called In to
examine his wounds, states that tbe
Indications are that ha shows signs' of
paralysis, an Injury to the base of the
brain and also a alight contusion of the
brain.- . . . '
On account of tha bid are of the man
death Is bcHeved to , be sure, although
there Is some chance for recovery.
Tanoonver Kan Gets Contract.
- Bids for. replumblng of the old-build'
tngs In the garrison were opened yester
day afternoon. . Larney & Kegglns of
Vancouver were the lowest bidders and
were successful in receiving the? con
, The buildings to be replumbed are
those occupied by officers of the line
and the old barrack buildings xor en
listed men. These buildings will be
used by the government for' officers and
men's quarters until all the new ones
to be erected have been completed. Tbe
garrison grounda will then take on an
entirely, new appearance, as the old ones
are to be rased and the grounds made
more parklike. '
Thete ' were five competitors lit the
bids for this -work, representing esti
mates as to the cost of the work as fol
lows: '.-.'', .' '
J. F; Shea. Portland, $1,780: M. R.
Sparks, Vancouver, $1.70J Toung Pot
ter. Seattle, Wash., 1.4S; J. J. Healey,
Vanoouver, $1,611, and Xrney 4b Klg-
glns, Vanoouver, $1,(00. . . .
. Death of Tonng- Bablae.
' The death of Leander Sabine, tha
J-yenr-old child of Mr, and Mrs. Sabine
of Salmon creek, this county, haa been
announced. - The child was suffering
from e severe ease of tonsllitls. His
condition was not believed to be very
serious at the time and only ordinary
precautions were taken against hla par
taking of anything injurious. He was
given a glass of lemonade, which proved
fatal. He died half an hour later.. The
funeral will take place tomorrow from
the residence of his parents at Salmon
creek. Interment to be in the Salmon
creek cemetery. . -
Oeaeral Oovrt-BTartlal Appoiated.
A general court-martial Is appointed
by the - department commander to try
enlisted men. Ths court is designated
to meet on August 4, or as soon there
after as practicable, and the officers
detailed aa members of the court are
MaJ. James B, Goa, Nineteenth In
fantry; Captains ' Harris I Roberts,
Arthur B. Foster, William I Kenly,
James H.. Bradford and James M. Gra
ham, Nineteenth Infantry: - First Lieu
tenants Martin JU Crlmmlna, William P.
Screws and Leonard J. Mygatt Nine
teenth Infantry; ' Second Lieutenants
Charles M. Allen, Walter K. Wilson,
Fourth artillery corps; Hornsby Evans
and Frederick B. Terrell, Nineteenth In
fantry.. , First ' Lieutenant - Harry A,
Hedeman, Nineteenth infantry, la Judge-
advocate of tha court
, Keek Sower Telephone Bates. '
Ths Vancouver Business Men's asso
ciation met in regular session last even
ing. - The question of a reduction In
long distance rates waa the main sub
ject taken up with a, representative of
the Pacific States Telephone and. Tele
graph company. Tha matter was thor
oughly discussed. The association aaka
for a reduction In . the ratea . between
Vancouver -and Portland on the ground
that Mount Tabor and other suburbs qf
Portland have a rate of 15 cents while
Vancouver must pay 20 cents. This, It
s claimed. Is too high, Vancouver is
also a suburban town and It is be
lieved should receive equal recogni
At tha St Paul English Evangellstlo
Lutheran church, services will be held
Sunday evening at I o'clock; Rev.- W. T.
Eck of Portland will occupy the pulpit
Strength and Beauty" will be the
subject of the morning sermon at St
Luke a Episcopal churcn. Tnere win
be the usual services at and 11 o'clock
in the morning and 7:10 o'clock in the
Methodist Eplsoorjai Church There
will be Sunday school at 1:4$ o'clock.
preaching at 11 o'clock in tke morning.
Rev. W. H. Selleok of SunrrValde M. EX
church, Portland, will preach. Clans
meeting at 12:10 In the afternoon; Ep
worth league at 0:45 o'clock in the even
ing; subject Missions in Latin Coun
tries. Miss Florena Snod grass, leader.
At $ o'clock a sacred concert will be
given at tbe Methodist church under tbe
direction of Prof. J. W. Todd, assisted
by Mis Elisabeth Schoonover aa organ
ist ..' .'
At the Baptist church R. Touman will
preach at 11 o'clock In the morning and
at $ o'clock In the evening. The morn
ing theme, "The Curse of a Wicked Ex
ample as Seen in the History of Jero
boam, King of Israeir B. T. P. U. at
7 o'clock in the evening. Sunday school
at 10 o'clock In the morning. -
Mrs. N. Norellus left this morning
for Olex, Or., where she goes- to visit
with her sister, Mrs. Lists.
The entertainment given by the B; T.
P. U, and their frlenda in tha Baptist
church last evening was well attended
and much appreciated. , -
L. E. .Wood, a former Vancouverlte,
now in buslnees at Hood .River, la
spending A few days in the city with
relatives. .-.. ,
Mrs. A. N. Johnson of Denver, Colo.,
the guest of .her sister, Mrs. T. J.
Beatty, on Kaufmstr avenue.
Mrs. Anna Johnson of Stanton. Neb..
who spent several weeks with her sis
ter. Mrs. W, L. Moore, of Fruit Valley.
returned -to her home yesterday. ' -
c J. L-una ana daughter. Anna, of
Wayne. Neb.,-after a three weeks' visit
With relatives in Columbia View left
ast evening for El Campo, Tex. From
there they go to St Louis, Mo., and
points - In Illinois before returning to
Frank Eldrldge of company B, Nine
teenth infantry, waa accidentally struck
on the head yesterday by a stick of
cord wood thrown from a wagon that was
being unloaded. . He waa taken to tbe
post hospital. v . ,
Elliot Heryford, aged $2. an old Ore
gon plorleer and Indian war veteran, died
lafti week In the Yrekn. Cal., almshouse,
after waiting many yeaTs for the pen
sion that, never came. . -
("peeUl Dlauatck te Tbe JooraaL) '
- Salem, Or.. July 10. Tha fruitgrowers
of Rosedale held a meeting last night
for the purpose of organising a busi
ness men's club to act aa a development
league to advance the Interests of that
great district As soon aa the organ
ization is perfected the club will take a
hand In the matter of raising the neces
sary money for securing the trolley line
from BaJexn and push It to a rapid con
It now seems probable that the elee
trio railroad to Liberty and Rosedale
will be constructed aa hoped for by both
the business .men of Salem, and the farm'
ers of the adjoining country. Although
an active canvasa of tbe city baa not yet
been made, over $1,600 has been pledged
and the farmers- of .Liberty and Rose
dale have succeeded In raising $4,000 on
subscription.' At first' the Clt liens'
Light A Traction company, which la to
build the Una, demanded that $11,000 be
raised and loaned the company, .but the
amount required, has since been reduced
to $11,000, and It baa been Intimated that
when $(,000 has been subscribed the
work will proceed. - ,
This money la to be loaned the com
pany as a guarantee that the road will
be liberally patronised and to assist the
oompany la putting in the line, and la to
bs paid bock from the profits of the line,
the company asking only I per cent in
terest on Its Investment and agreeing to
divide the remaining profits of the line
among the subscribers until they are ail
, rreparatloa for Xarvest.
The Salem Flouring Mills company Is
making extensive Improvements In the
local property. In preparation for Vie ap
proaching harvest The old Waller dam
above the city baa bean .torn out and
during tha paat week a large force of
men were at work replacing It with a
oonorete wail. .About (& feet of cement
wall has been, built requiring several
hundred barrels of cement wall. !
This work was put In substantially,
the foundation being put down five feet
below the surface of tbe ground. Con
slderable other .repairing haa also been
made In the canal. A large amount of
machinery waa yesterday received by the
company for increasing its plant' and a
complete outfit for steam rolling barley
and oats will be made ready for harvest
There Is no such plant now belna; oper
ated in saiem.
Barrow Escape From Ooaolina Zzplosloa
While fining a gasoline lamp in the
Maccabee hall at Lincoln yesterday
morning Lorln Walling of that town was
seriously burned about the hands and a
fire in the building wks narrowly avert
ed. He was filling the lamp without
taking It from the wall, and a quantity
ot the gasoline waa spilled on the- floor.
which immediately Ignited, spreading a
mass of flame on the floor and in tbe
Lorln rnshed to the door and threw tbe
flaming can of gasoline into the street
and,' returning, carried out - the lamp.
The fire in the building was easily ex
tinguished, but the act caused Mr. Wal
ling te burn his hands and arms severe
ly, and ha will be unable to use them for
some time. . There was a fire In the
stove at the time, and the temperature
of the room waa high, which was prob
ably the cause of the gasoline igniting.
nit for Damages. -
Because W. B. McCormlck of this city
purchased on July f, 104, a horse which
he supposed waa sound In every way,
paying for It the sum of $200, he yester
day began an action In the circuit court
for $125 damages against Joseph Vin
cent .former owner of tha animal.
He claims the horse was guaranteed
to be aound In every way, and he has
alnce discovered the animal haa defective
. Hew Companies Incorporate.
Three companies were yesterday Incor
porated by filing the necessary papers
with the secretary of state, aa follows:
Portland Retail Lumber company. In
corporated by W. C Francis, H. M. Cake
and O. L, Price of Portland aa the incor
porators, and $4,00 capital stock. The
company win aeai m au ainas or lum
ber, both In the raw material and fin
ished product, maintaining and operat
ing sawmills and lumber yards In Port
land. The Vale Lumber company was incor
porated by L. Adam, M. E. Thayer and
Elmer A. Clark, with a capital stock of
$5,000. for the purpose of dealing In lum
ber and all building material, and to buy
and- sell real estate. Vale, Malheur
county, will be the principal place of
business. i ,
The Brooke Investment company of
Portland was Incorporated, with $60,000
capital stock, by Thomas Scott Brooke,
H. E. Brooke and William L. Brewster,
the object being to engage In the real
estate business and to buy and aell
stocks and bonds of other corporations.
(Special tHapatch te The Journal.)
Albany Or., July $0. A meeting of
the - cltliene of Albany was held last
evening when the- members of the
county court end S- A. Dawson of the
Alco club reported the conditions found
In the Blue River mining district and
showed the great value that a road to
the mlnea from this city would be to
the business interests of the city and
Linn county. It whs slion that a
good road oould be built to the Calapoola
side . of the district from Brownsville
that-would result In the turning this
way of a good portion of the trade of
that section snd would aid greatly , la
me. Development oi me aisirici.
After the members who made the re
port had talked, at length, the meeting
adopted a resolution, that It waa the
sense of tha meeting elub that the road
in question should be at onre con
structed by the county court The reso
lution waa adopted by unanimous tote
of the cltliens preaetit, and under the
Instructions thus given by a large por
tion of. tha community, the court will
build the road st once.
C E. Iviyton of Jefferson, a young
man employed by the Kpauldlng Lumber
company In getting out logs on the
fiver, while In bathing with hla brother-
last evening. In some way threw his
right arm out of place. The Injured
man was In danger of drowning, being
unable to swim after the accident
happened, and his brother had some dif
ficulty in bringing him out of the river.
He waa. taken In a boat and brought1
to this city where the arm waa properly
set by Dr. J. L. Hill, and It Is thought
that no serious results will follow.
A targe aeruon ot Mmnenr . eounty,
hlthereo moelly a desert, wtl- bwj rich
nd beautiful ere long with the products
of grain fields, meadows, orchards and
pip BBadcfleip dliseasfi; intoi bbyond tihe peach
off inrBeiSBcEne. ; Wo intiedJcBrib X can do mope.
Ffll FV'1' ff mnPV filinP p,d l,0M w,,h EicruoWIns Paint ;
l U basal O j iil.Jl.bl UUllLa , x. H. Thurnet, Mgr. Villi Creek Coal Co., Buffalo, O., vriteM
. T" ' ' I btre been afflicted with kidney and blattQer trouble tor yean, pas,
cf rnirf flfflQ ' fVlPk lirinnrtr fircrnncs Inf gravel oratonea with excruciating paint. Other medicine onh,
5,11 dig UlCiia UIC Ul lllsXXy UlaUS, gave relief. After takUift FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. the. result waa
nil II rid lin fhe
orates the whole system. :;
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(Special Dlapateh te The JoeraaL)
Albany, Or., July 10. Mrs. Luclnda
Bryant, a well known pioneer of this
elty, was found hanging in her barn this
morning, having committed suicide dur
ing the night Mrs. Bryant was It
yeare old and bad been melancholy and
despondent for some years. Her hus
band died in April of last year after a
happy, married life of mora than 60
years. Since ' that time - she haa been
cared for by Mrs." Cyrus, her house
keeper. Early ths morning the house
keeper awoke and finding the old woman
gone from her bed room, a search was
instituted, which resulted In the finding
of the body by her son in the barn.
Bhe had taken a clotbea line, ascended
a stepladder, fastened the cord around
her neck and over a beam and than
stepped off. Strangulation resulted. The
body was cut down by the son and the
coroner called, who Investigated the case
deciding that- an lnques was unneces
sary. Dr. Wallace, the physician, testified
that the deceased had been melancholy
and threatened to suicide several times
during the past few years. Once she
attempted drowning, but was resoued.
Crossed the Mains.
Mrs. Bryant, whose maiden name was
BUyeu, was born in Missouri, March
It, 1128, and married when very young.
She came across the plains with her
husband and finally to Oregon, settling
In the Jordan valley near Sclo. ' Bhe had
Ova children, four of whom . are llv-
ing. One son, H. Bryan, a prominent
citizen of Albany and, the daughtena are
Mrs. MoCully or Halsey, Mrs. uooaman
of Stayton and Mrs. Shelton of Condon.
When her husband died she moved to
Albany, where, on account of her fall
ing mind, she wss under constant sur
veillance. She was a member of the
Christian churoh and highly respected,
especially among pioneers. - .t
When the housekeeper, Mrs. Cyrus.
awoke at 4 o'clock this morning she
looked In Mrs. Bryant's bed. Seeing a
nightcap on the - pliiow - in a :, natural
position she thouglit that Mrs. Bryant
was asleep..- Two hours later, on look
ing again, she found that the nlghtcar
waa arranged to represent the head of
a woman. Search was at once insti
tuted with the result above stated.
The suicide waa carefully planned and
executed by the demented woman.
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(Rpedal Plapatch to The Journal.) !
Marshfleld, Or July 10. -The new
136,000 Masonic . temple Just completed
at this place will be dedicated today.
Thia Is one of the most Important events
that haa ever takenplace here, and the
town la crowded with members of the
Masonlo fraternity and their frlenda
Excursion 'trains are being run for the
accommodation of visiting members
from Coqullle, Myrtle Point, Bandon and
other polnta In southern Oregon, and
many prominent men are among tbe
hourly arrivals. -
The dedication ceremonies will take
place this afternoon and will be con
ducted by the officers of the grand
lodge of Oregon, assisted by 'the mem
bers of Blanco lodge of this place.
The new temple Is a building of which
cities of much greater pretensions than
Marshfleld might well be proud. The
first floor Is occupied by an opera hall
of the latest approved design through
out, the second floor Is divided into lodge
and reception rooms, the third floor Into
large and elegant office rooms,- and-the
whole building la heated from the base
ment with steam and lighted by electric
ity. - -'
, KTW BAJIK AT AJCZTT.
(Special THapatch te The Journal.)
' Amity, Or., July JO. Amity Is soon te
have a bank. Arthur McPhllllps of Mo
Mlnnvlllo has purchased a safe and fix
tures and has sgreed to have the. bank
in readiness by September 1. Mr. Mc
Phllllps has had considerable experience
in banking, having been Identified with
the First National bank of McMlnnvllle
for a number of years.
Artificial Zyea rmed.
Large stock at D. Chambers, lit Tth.
- 5 IririflP'VQ nnri invitr.
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(Special Mpateh te The Joe real.)
Eugene, Or., July - 10. The progres
sive olttaens of Springfield have organ
ised a elub for the betterment and ad
vancement of that place and surround
ing country. - At tbe preliminary meet
ing committees were appointed aa Col-
lOwa's , ,
- On. permanent organisation, B. X
Waabburne, John Kestley, J. L. Clark:
on membership... A,J. Perkins. .Albert
Walker and I. J. Bryan. The first
named oommittee'a duty Is to select a
suitable name for the organisation, pre
pare a constitution and by-laws.
Delegates to the Oregon Development
league were appointed aa follows: .
B. A. . Waahburne. J. L. Clark, Albert
Walker, J. F. Woods. John Kestley, J.
J. Bryan, J. T. Tuffs, A. Larson and
J. C Bratham. . A permanent organisa
tion will be effected next Monday even
ing. - v - - -
Xotet Offloa Bobbed.
On Thursday night the cash drawer
In the office of thq Hotel Gross was
opened by some one while the night
clerk waa out and several dollars taken
therefrom.- A young tramp, who had
come In on the train that afternoon and
waa loitering about the hotel, was sus
pected of the theft, and tha officers
searched him. finding tha earns amount
of money on his person aa that which
waa stolen from the drawer. He proved
that he got the money elsewhere and
was- released. -
, Balsing Big Blevatosw
One of . the huge grain elevators of
the Eugene MUl at Elevator company la
being raised about etx feet higher than
it haa. been heretofore for the purpose
or protecting the grain from the an
nual rise In the Willamette river. Some
winters the water covers the floor of
the elevator damaging a great deal of
grain. By raising the building several
feet there Is no danger from the n
WIU Tick Sops Barly.
Stephen Smeed. a local capitalist, who
owns a big farm at Waltervllle, It
miles east of Eugene on the McKensle
river, haa- Just returned from the farm
and reports that hla early Fugle' hops
will be ready to harvest about August
X0, wblch la two or three weeks earlier
than the time picking . begins on the
common varieties of hops. .Mr. Smeed
each year has quite a cop of these early
hops, for which he receives a fancy
price, shipping them direct to the brew
ers In tbe -east.
In the police court yesterday William
McLamar a . miner,, from - Blue rlver.
waa fined too for using obscene lan
guage before a number of women In a
restaurant, r He was unable to raise the
money and will serve the fine out by
working 26 days on the streets;
. r '
COXrfBXB TXAatg TO lXJkT.
TIia Pullman Ya la r,. ittm m Af Rtm f f 1 A
wfll cross bats with the Club Cafe team
of this city. These are the two crack
colored teams of the northwest and not
having - met before a series of two
games was arranged for today and to
morrow. ' Tbe games will be played on
the league grounds at Twenty-fourth
and Vaughn streets.
- The Club Cafe team of this eity haa
won 11 and lost four games so far' this
season, while their Seattle opponents
have won It and lost six. The contest Is
bound to be exciting, aa both teams are
evenly matched. The teams line op as
Club Cafe. , ' Pullman Palace.
Keene lb. ........ Freeman
Richardson Ib. ...... ..A. Smith
Kngland .. .ss. ......... . Jones
Ward ........... .lb. .....r. Crawford
Vernon . ..... ...o....... Clemons
Robinson p. .......... -Canna
Gardner .........r. f. ......... Harnla
Smith L f Bundy
Shelby .......... .o, f. Anderson
HAVE NEW FACTORY
(Sperlal Ihapateh te The Jrarnal) '
La Grande, Or., July to. Turner
Oliver, president , of .the Oregon Pine
Needle company; which will soon oper
ate a factory at Summervtlle, ' Vnlon
county, about 1C mtlea from La Grande,
states that the factory will be In oper
ation early In September. The building
will be SOxSl feet with an L and two
stories high, and there will also be two
warehouses, one for storing the needles
and one for the storage and handling of
the manufactured fiber.
A portion of the machinery, which
comes from tbe factory at Oranta Pass,
will be Installed besides a great amount
of new machinery.
There are a number of stockholders la
. rPriln. A lew dote atarted the
' .and now I Have bo pain ai
pain acroaa my
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE hit done ma $1,000 worth of good." .
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