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THE OREGON' SUNDAY JOURNAL,' PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMSSa 12. , lSCl
iLUAUKEE IS GETTING READY TO
EUTER COAST FIELD
President Earllng Visits Portland
and Does Not Deny Reports
Concerning His. Plans. .
THIS CITY MAPPED OUT
FOR WESTERN TERMINAL
Bushing e Work of Seattle ft Pa-
cific Said' to Mean That Eastern
! Line Will Soon Compete With Hill
rand Hantaan,' V ' , 'lZ
, While A.- J. Earllng, president of the
Chicago. Milwaukee St Paul railway,
left Portland last night without making
official announcement of plana for ex
tension of that road to the Pacific coast,
vory doubt Is removed from the minds
of railroad men that the Milwaukee has
commenced construction to the Pacific
rout with Portland aa ita prospective
terminal. It Is believed no formal an
nouncement will be made, but that the
Milwaukee wUl pursue a policy
to that of the Northwestern, which Is
building a westera line In sections, .under
various names, through Wyoming, Idaho
and Washington. ;
' wort at Waltala. -A.
dispatch to The Journal from Wal
lula last night says construction work
haa been begun by a larn crew b
- llered to bo In the employ of the Beat-
tie Pacific, a new company organised
' by former Vice-president Williams of
.'the Milwaukee, to build a road from
. Seattle to Wallula. Graders and en.
alneers arrived yesterday afternoon at
Wallula and pitched a large camp a
' mile below town, on the right of way
' surveyed for the Williams road last
week. It la believed at Wallula that
this move means the beginning of actual
construction of the Milwaukee line be
tween Seattle and the Columbia river,
and that work will also bo commenced
In a few days on construction of the
line - of the Wallula Pacific between
Vancoaver and Wallula. :
. rinds Wonderful Chaarea.
"Wonderful changes are taking, place
In the Pad no northwest, particularly in
Oregon and Washington. I see many 1m-
' provementa and evidences of growth
alnca my last visit here nearly two yeara
ago." said Mr. Earllng, after a day of
looking about the city. - r--
"The improvements Impress one with
, their permanence. A great number of
fine, large, new buildings has been
erected Since I waa here test. The city
is spreading out, and Its growth la of
the solid;' dealrable kind.' The movement
-Of business seemstobevery heavy,
and the appearance of the streets Indi
cates a wideawake and hustling city."
President Barling ! not ''given to en
thusiastic .statements.' He Is ultra-conservative.
He has the reputation of be
ing a good listener, alow- to express his I
views and then chary Of words. Ha Isi
thoroughly Imbued with the belief that
the empire of the Paclflo northwest la
destined fof treat things.
Bvery Advaatags 'Xs Son. -'-
-"Krerr time I come hers I am filled
with the' thought that this la a great
country e said, speaking slowly, with
. the tone of one thoroughly convinced.
; The strength of Oregon Is .In, the great
' variety of Its resources. , It has every
thing." ' .... ;;-. . -, " .
"What do you mean by "everything T"
. "Lumber, mining, shipping, - fisheries,
agriculture, fruit, livestock, hops. The
soli Is aa good as any. Iowa la great in
' corn. It has grain and a soil as good
: aa any state. Oregon le great In grain.'
and equally great la many other things."
He said he had marked a general ad
vance and growth of the country through
which he passed on the way to Portland.
Population la rapidly. Increasing, towns
expanding; the country begVM to 'show
evidences of filling up. -
"I do not say the -exposition haa
wrought these changes. The natural re
source of ths stats are building It up,
and making 'Portland a large city. It It
the same In Washington as to resources
: and growth."
Inspeete the City.
Mr. Earllng and his party, under guid
ance of H. a Howe, general agent at
Portland for the Milwaukee, spent the
afternoon jsterdaylopltlrg fh""t thM
PUT. I BeyVtiitCed' Portland heights and
viewed the country from tha Lewis and
Clark observatory, went for a look at
ths half-dismantled fair grounds and
took a long walk through the business
section, seeing the new buildings under
construction or lately finished. Last
night they departed over ths Northern
Pacific for Tacoma and Seattle.
. . President Earllng said that his com-
nanv had begun an extension of the Mil
waukes from Ita Chamberlain terminus
to Rapid City, S., D.'. about 226 ml lea.
Beyond that he would give no informs
Uon. He did not make denial of the re
port that the Seattle Pacluo, organised
by H. rt Williams, former vice-president
of the -Milwaukee, -is a Milwaukee' rail
road project, nor did be deny that the
Vancouver Suburban is of the same
parentage. He was non-committal about
the route surveyed by the Wallula Paclfie
a Ions the north bank of the Columbia,
and also the reported Intention of the
Milwaukee . to come into Portland over
the tracks of the Oregon Water Power
Railway company. It la known that
agents of the Milwaukee tiave made an
examination of the latter road. . , , . .
... i . .; Its Probable Boute. -
From best Information the Milwaukee,
after reaching Rapid City, wlU skirt the
southern edges of the Black hills, veer
northwesterly across the big Cheyenne
river at Pedro, follow the plains north
of the Cheyenne end across the North
Fork west of Bellefourche, and again at
a point JO miles west. It will cross the
Little Missouri well up toward ita neaa-
watera and apan tha Powder river south
of Oxus, pass north of Sheridan and
serosa the Burlington's Billings line.'
The proposed route crosses, the Big
Horn north of Kane, and the Burling
ton's Cody branch north of Garland. The
route passes along the north border of
Tellowstona park, crosses Tellowstone
river at Gardiner, and when the Bitter
Root mountains are approached the en
gineers offer A choice of two routes to
Portland one by turning northward to
Lolo pass, and another through a pass
leading to tha Salmon river, thence to
Walla Walla, and to the' Columbia.
The Vancouver at Buburban haa been
granted a franchise for a standard
gauge, double- track railroad from the
waterfront on Mala street through the
heart of the city and has completed a
survey .fif a rallrttad to Proebstsl and
north toy" Hocklnson. Proebstel la a
few miles from the Columbia and on a
line with Lady's island and Fairview.
Tha survey northward le projected to
the Bt Helena region ana enas indefi
nitely. - Ths promoters of the company,
Forbes & Ooudy, do not give any definite
information as to Its northern destina
tion. They are eastern men who came
to Portland some months ago and opened
an office In the Fen ton building.
Waltala Pacific Active.
The Wallula Pacific -which la sur
veyed down the north bank of the Co
lumbia to a Junction with the Vancou
ver road, haa agents -actively at work
buying rights of way. L. Gerllnger,
acting for New Tork Interests, declines
to say -who hie principals are. The reported-
survey of tha Milwaukee west
ward Joins at Wallula, and also at
Pasco, wltir surveys made by the. Se
attle A Pacific, a company recently .or
ganised by H. R. Williams, who retired
a few months s go from tha position -of
vice-president and general manager of
the Milwaukee and came direct to ths
Pacific coastThe survey for thla. road
extends from Wallula through North
Yakima, and to Tacoma via the Cow
llts pass. It Is said no survey haa been
made between Seattle and Tacoma, and
that the Milwaukee haa acquired con
trol of the standard gauge electrio road
between the two cities.) Tha gap be
tween Tacoma and. Portland la to be
closed., it la aald, by the Vancouver
Suburban building to a. connection with
the Cowllts paaa route. r
OUR OPTICAL WORK
As the highest
in .the profes
'A list of pa
R e s u 1 1 s, not
! only, accurate, .
- . but permanent.
Are ideal -for
ease and com
I mNU'ACTWING OPTICIAN! '
Is at Its Best?'
ASBESTOS FACTORY WILL
BE BUILT HERE
Owner of Mine in East Will Start
Plant That Will Work on
, Large Scale.
A large asbestos ' factory' la being
added to Portland's mmifluring In
dustries. It will be located at TO Ran
dolph street Tha machinery la now
being Installed at a cost of . 111.000. R.
R. Patch. J. N. 8mlth and William Mor
rla are the men Interested In the new
enterprise. - -
Mr. Morris, who 1 the - treasurer of
the company, owns a half Interest In
an asbestos mlneln Wisconsin, and the
asoesto's wrtTbs anTppedib PortTand
in rock form, where It will be worked
up. This will be the only factory on
tha coast that will msnufacture ita own
The owners of the plant are prepar
ing to enter into an extensive business.
Between 10 and 40 men and boys will
be employed, and as tha. trade increases
additional machinery wll be secured and
tha force In the factory Increased-
PAY FOR LIGHT BUT
INSTEAD GET GLOOM
Borne one forgot, or Washington atreet
would have been lighted up last night
just the same aa Morrison waa That
la, Washington would hare been lighted
no between Fourth ana seven in streets.
There wse much disappointment
among the Washington street merchants
at last night'a darkness. - Those be
tween. Fourth and Seventh etreets had
subscribed to having the thoroughfare
righted between the hours of f:S0 snd
10:30 o'clock p. m. Saturday nights are
tha nlghta when all Portland walka
down Washington street, across Third
to Morrison, and up that street.' -
M. Blchel, who circulated the peti
tion for the lights on Washington street,
at last- grew weary of the non-appear-
ance of the twinkling electrio iignts.
He went up to the electrio company's
office, and when he returned he aald
little, but looked a great deal.
"Some one forgot," he remarked.
SPOKANE MAN MAY GET
(SDeclal Dlsmlrk to- The loernsl.)
Spokane. Wash., Nov. II. Colonel I
Prank, fiord atx-mavov of flnokane. has
been recommended to the state depart
ment for consul to a foreign country,
and his name haa also bean presented
to President . Roosevelt and prospects
are favorable. Roosevelt met Boyd on
hla western trip and It la stated that
ho-wili help.,, Boyd, jr hose preference is
a position In Mexico; The aalary wlU
not ds less than ii.ouo.
- Ooaaty Surveyor see.
-(ftpertit mapatrk to The Jottrnsl.t
Walla Walla. Wash.. Nov. 11. Fric
tion between Hurveyor Loehr and the
county board of Commissioners culmin
ated thla evening In Loehr beginning
suit against the county to collect 1104
representing" the amount the board haa
rut off the surveyors bills during the
last two months. Friends Intervening
only prevented a fight between 1oehr
and Chairman Morrow In the commis
sioner, rooms, yesterday.
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But that i not all eye-glasses
ought to do. Eyesight it more im
portant. Shur-on Eye-Glasses help
both sight and looks. They bold
firmlydo not droop or shake. Do
not pinch the; nose. f- . , -
173 Fourth St, Y. M. C A. Bldg.
Headquarters for Toric Lenses, In
visible' Bifocals and Shur-on Eye-
. .. Glasses. .
AGAIN THE WAIL
Second Forty From Wisconsin
Falls Into Clutches of ;
Timbef Sharks, t " r '
FOUR-DAY STAGE-DRIVE .
BUT NO FOREST GIANTS
Five Desert Party, but Five Others
Are Led Into the Wilderness by
Guide, - Who It Now Appears Is
Himself a Victim. : ;
Another chapter in the history of mls-
locatlona on timber claims haa Juat been
contributed by a party of Chippewa
Falla, Wisconsin, residents who came
to Oregon possessed with the desire to
acquire soma of the faat disappearing
timber of the Willamette valley. The
claim huntera, le in number, had been
Induced to make theArlp by a fellow
townsman, one , Bam uel. Olson,- who
painted for them glowing word pictures
of tha magnificent glanta of the forest
that would soon be theirs for so much
per . glsnt. The confidence which the
10 men. from Chippewa had In their
guide waa shaken, however, when' they
arrived in' Portland and found ! men
from Oshkosh rushing around from one
official to another la the wild endeavor
to recover the money they had paid out
to cruisers who had located- thsm on
barren hilltops. -
The bopaa of the Chippewa Falls party
received a further Jar when it developed
that they wera expected to make a trip
to eastern Oregon In order to Inspect the
"timber land" on which J. W. Gardner
and W. H. McCrosseu. the' Portland
timber' sharks; expected to locate them. J
Tneir guiue, uison. naa, it appeara, an
arrangement with thla firm whereby he
waa to aecure lit lor each member of
tha party who should psy the firm e
location fee of (160. Five of the men
became suspicious and d rapped out,
while the other live, accompanied by
Olson snd a cruiser, proceeded to eastern
According to Olson, who returned with
the Ore applicants yesterday afternooa,
the experience of tha party wss a most
harrowing one. On arriving at Baker
City it was found that he aluelve timber
claims were situated at the opposite end
of a four-day stage ride. ' They arrived
finally, mora dead -than alive, at a
small bunch of lack pine trees which a
Wisconsin logger would be ashamed tq
look In the face.
Casting one despairing glance upon
the diminutive imltatlona of the mighty
Norway pines of their native atate, tha
Wisconsin timber claim seekers climbed
stiffly una tne stage ami gate the word
to start the return trip.
It now transpires that Samuel Oleon,
the leader of ths party, was located with
his uoi Edward on timber claims In
the Roseburg district laat June. Jack
Gardner and Frank XL Klncart, the latter
under Indictment for complicity In the
federal land frauds, wera the locators.
Olson statea that be paid them ft 00 for
tha two locations and that the claims
are In section to, township 21 South,
range f west, lie Is pretty well con
vinced that Gardner and Klncart did not
show him the land and he is wondering
how he can gather sufficient evidence
to enable him to proceed under tha state
law for the recovery of the 1300. In
speaking of his experience with Oregon
timber lands and locators Olson invar
iably concludes hla remarks with the
"V guess I've learned enough out here;
Chippewa la fast enough for me after
" Why He la Wonted. . ;
r From the Detroit Free Press. '
Tom Why are you worried so be
cause Julia haa taken your picture out
of her watch t She does that every time
aha reta a little miffed 1 "
tCk Yea, but this time she's got an
other fellow's picture In jar place!
; Hot Worth It.
He As I sat there alone, Hilda came
along and offered me a penny for my
thoughta. - .
She The extravagant creature.
' Believe 7
- Word We
e & Co.
sr ssss ejV'sa a y ... njs' m 0vm m J.
Fourth and VasIilnston Streets
Bring your Preecrlptlona to ua,JOor etocg. is always reelClnsei pharmacists enly employed,
la thie work..,; , v , .
Accuracy and reliability go a long way In such painstaking ortt Don't you think eet We
call for and deliver prescrlptlone without extra charge. Phone Private JExohanga 11., and we 11
do the reat "" ' .. .' . ..
Find It In 1
A Horse Chestnut
Carried In the-pocket le thought by some to ward off hard luck, but we
feel that good Judgment and a persistent demsnd for a certain end goea
much farther than luck. For Instance, in our buying department o.ur
firet and permanent demand la for QTJaXITT, and we get It, pot becauae
we ara lucky, but because wa ask for, and will have nothing else. Ihis
Is why we thoroughly believe In every article wa offer to you. We hava
faith In our entire atock, so much fslth In qusllty and prica that wa Bay
to you If yon are not absolutely satisfied with your purchase, or If you
feel the price lan't Just right, return the artlcla and get your money. We
desire above all thlnga that you feel you are buying the best, the Yery
best; -in drugs, or whatever It may be, when you ge.V It from the
"Woodlark" etore. '. . , ..
. v.. , FOB TOTf AM, W S3TOW XT. ,
: An old-time Cough and Cold Remedy
the kind your grandmother used
to make we make and guarantee it
Foot Warmers '',
- - , . .
Little Woolen Comforters that keep
.' the feet, warm these nights,
JSC Pair, 2 for 25c "
- EMPIRE AND QUAKER CUT GLASS
eUTD BZCr&vnTV SBSZaVS. Her' Mni NmpU prtc.:
- .. - a . . .;!?.' i s. . Titter gg)ns1
TO THE PUBLIC
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Since the establishment of tha first chemtet er apothecary shop ta
New England, 'way buck la the lTth century, It haa been the custom for
the drugstore to keep pnen doorg from daybreak until midnight, an with
all our modern elviliitlon and centralisation we haven't outgrown this
provlndallam. -. r-" - ' '' ' .
Ths hardships wl;lch tha long hours have worked upon ail employed
In this business have been many. The drug elerk le not . through with
his day'a work at . but at 10. It or even 18 o'clock nor .through hla
week's work on Saturday night for he must get to business on Sunday
the same as week daya He .puta In from 10 to ,0 houra per week
agalnat tha 4 of the average retail dark. . . t
For several months our employes who work Sunday hare been given
a week day off In return recently we discontinued this, and now pay aa
extra day'a salary to those wha work Sunday, but we desire to do yet
better If possible by onr employes, and In the effort to come to eoma
solution of the problem, we hava decided to LE1VB THB.NBXT, MOTH
WE SUGGEST KEEPING OUR STORK) OPEN SUNDAYS FOR
THREE HOURS ONX.T (say from 1 to ).. Thla would mean that tba
employee who now work aa entire day erery other Sunday would than
work but three hours every other Sunday. Wa ara willing to sacrifice
whatever thle may cost us In a pecuniary way, for wa know our em
ployee wlU feel bettor for the Sunday's rest better for having a change
of thought all work and no play, yon know. And then this givea those
who desire tq take advantage of It an opportunity to attend their various
churches. ----- r V" ' '"
Below we have outlined a Uttls coupon and we ask you, our frlenda
and patrona, to fill this out and hand it to one of our employes next
time you come In. or mall It to no as you prefer. .- If the public Is willing
thsn we will remain open Sunday but three bonre.- THS. DECISION
R1SSTB WITH 'TOU. - - -'r ,-
WOODARD, CtARKS CO. .' '. s - - ' ' ; . '
" Gentlemen: I- "approva
your plan for "Better hours for Drag Clerks" and the three hours
which your store will be open will give me ample time to make any
necessary Snndsy purchases. . Z suggest from............e m. to
' 1 - V. r. ''- .."('- '.
' ..,... m. aa the eat. ............... ....Sunday hours to
-.keep open. ; . . .-' ' .. .. .. '
- Name ... -i
- Address - .V... . wrw,i itumi
v N. B. If yon disapprove of this plan, then write DIS la front of the
word approva In tha flrat line, , ,. . . -
Permit as to thsnk you In advance for your courtesy In replying to
rU"t V ' WoODARTX CXARSTB as CO..
' ; Fourth and Waahlngton streets. :-
T ; j WE ARE ASKED TO ANNOUNCE (
That Tr.' Frank Darnell - of Portland wins the Mellln's rood Gussslng
sonteat. by eorrecUy naming tha sex of the Bablee shown la the set of
SO plotnrea, , ' " . '" 7 I ' , : - ' -. - I -) ';'
a. ?'-'-' ' ,. Reg.
l-lnch Nappy-,i. ........ fa oa ,
v t-lnch vNappy .... M0
, 0-lnch Nappy. ' jl.M
-Inch Berry Bowl ......... ...... J!f
Water Glasses, l-oa, H dos. ,. .. Jf-J.
Watsr Glasses, l-os H dos. 3.0
Water Glasses,. t-os., k doa, $5.60.
Water - Bottla. ..'..... M0
, Water Pitcher ,'.;.....
Water Pitcher- . ..,.,,,..? utrt ; '"
Hunr Bowl and Creamer Eet H.SO
1 1 3.4 S
OVM rui DZXXTEBT ta for your eonvsnlsnos new n wham rem
lusitofi . hat we ars always ga4 ee rem. ., ' . . - -;. .
RTn. Tr,, ............... ........... .V.. ........ . S3.33
v... is iMiiu tT.tO . 5.a4
-Vase. Inches ' 1 4.65
singer xjowi, ts m
, Punch Bowl , 171.00 f4.aV,
Punch Olaaaea, dos.. tll.0 . T.TT
... MANY A MAN V '.
Will soon be wondering and racking his brain te decide what to buy hla
-wife for Chrlatmaa. 1 . f -r- . , , :.
: WHY JVOT JW ELECTROLIER f
- We hava a few exclusive designs In German Spun Brass Lamps aw
own Importation we don't want to carry thorn through the holiday a we
need tha room ao you may have your choice AT COST. An opportunity
tick aa thla oomae but aeldom. ,t . '..,'. .. . - - - - -i
t. ANALYTICAL CHEMISTS.,
" ' We snake auantltattva and qualitative analyaeg of all kinds oe work,
too difficult for our laboratory.. Our charges ara moderate...-- ..
HOME REMEDIES AMD XECIPES
" Perhapa you have a favorite cough syrup, croup remedy formula or
maybe it la a baking powder recipe whatever It may be, bring it to as
l we will fill it your way at yery Uttle coat. . ,, .... ,
r Elastic Hosiery, Anklets, Abdom-
PfmA S ef t a BTg. ST- '
V inai supports, uterine supports.
Body Braces, etc. "nmt to nr."
For the treatment and trure of sprains, strains, weak '
anklea, abdominal bestty, eta, eta
. We manufacture our s own. Elaatlo. Ooods and
guarantee a perfect fit In every lnatanoa. Send .
foe measurement blank and price list.
RUPTURE Iff CHILDREN -Sometimes
presents complications that musVao. 'he
overlooked. A thorough knowledge of all suok coa-
us to fit -each
with the truss
s- We have In etoch more than 10 different etyles :
. trusses, and somewhere In this aaaortment 1st the .
one to fit yon perfectly.. We know which ono'yoa '
need as soon as we know tha kind of nrptare youf
have. - - Thla expert aervtoe eoata ywa nothing, i We ;
charge only for tha truss. ' They are 11.10 up. f i V
v. . iM.ar Attendant. . PrivaU Fitting Room.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. ' '' '
-sTkin rknae year erne te Pitrave Xashaaga 11 If yarn ara too busy
rreaoB, paalah, Oer
saaat Swediak, Foraa
lesgnsgea spoken. ,
, CJarke & Co,
Taken at Par
Calls Assailant of Ben ' Ely
Cowarc and Disgrace to
- His Star. '
MUST ANSWER TO CHARGE
BEFORE THE GRAND JURYU
Details of Assault at Ball Prk Art
Told by Attorney In Scathing Ex
coriation That Makes Defendant's
1$ responsible for most o!
the diseases end ailments ol
the human system It se
riously affects every organ
cold function, causes catarrh,
weak, tired, languid feelings
and worse troubles; Take
which purifies end enriches
the blood as nothing else can
" For testbrwnlaU of remeHuibla cag-ae
end for Book on the Elooa. No. i.
. . ..C.HcCOnUei.blags,
J. M. Hig'gins set In the police court
yesterday and listened to a denunciation
by Attorney" Dan Malarkey, officiating
aa special prosecutor of the charge of
assault with a dangerous weapon on Ben
Kir. secretary of tha Portland Baseball
club an excoriation so biting, so scath
ing that even Superior Judge W. - W.
McCredle of Vancouver, Waahlngton, hla
brother-lnrlaw. who appeared as hie
counsel, frequently lost, his smile snd
played nervously wfth a iead pencil.
The evidence In thle ease." said At
torney Malarkey In hie argument be
fore Judge Cameron, .."shown that Mr.
Ely waa .standing In his office at the
baseball grounds, wearing a long over
coat and a pair of gloves, that this man
111 rains approached him from the rear
and struck him. that ha fell" In
cramped position ao that he waa unable
to do much to defend himself, and that
while prostrate this defendant struck
snd beat him probably kicked him
and doubtleee would have klllsa him had
It not been for the Interposition of
It shows this man to be a big bully.
a brute, and above all a ooward. Larger,
stronger and In better health than Mr.
Ely, he struck him from the reer. He.
waa a special policeman when the aa
ssult .occurred Instead of upholding the
law he deliberately broke It. 'Mayor
Lane doubtless haa awaited the outcome
of this hearing before taking action,
but I say hore, snd ssy without chance
of contradiction, that the evidence
hows he ehould be shorn of hla atar
forthwith. He la a disgrace to the In
signia of authority ' - - -", t
This court sits ss a eommlttlae; snag.
Corner Stark and Fifth Sts.
; ' ; 3 " Thc-Quallty-Storc'1
Phone Main 6499
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OT T) WTTNJRS i
-. To determine the ace of wines ia comparatively "esty and
requires but little technical knowledge. . For instance, port
and clafet win become lighter in color as they grow older,
while light wines and sherry grow darker. We give you these
meana of Judging wines that you may better appreciate the
high quality of our goods, '
PORT WINE, a fine.' well
aged wine, usually a
sold at$U0; pcrgaJ.ipI.UU
ZINFANDEL If you Uited
it first you'd expect the prica
to beSl-30;.per , 7c-
Cflr' I ZINFANDEL, Nationsi extra quality t ' (I AA
...Out- I the peer of any other 2 wine; gal PleVU
, HILLWOOD BOURBON and Multnomah Rye, our own bottling of Kentucky's finest ffj 'JZ
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TABLE CLARET Pure, well-aged
and very fine; regular $1 value; per gal.
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lstrate and not as a trial Judge. I
appear here for the district attorney,
and on behalf of his office I ask that
this man be bound over to the circuit
court i admit that the intent to kill
haa not. been, proved that la alwaya a
Rtifflcult thing to prove. But tha facts
of the complaint are clear aa regarda ths
aaaault and battery. The maximum
fine of tft which this court can Impose
le too light for thle aggravated offense.
Thsj sour t tvHoulr' IJ Wss,iHtsf-wii4li
grand Jury," .
Judge McCredle argued that Iltggtns
could, not be held respon-lble as regards
Intent. He endeavored to review the
trouble between factlona at the ball
grounds bub 'Malarkey objected Stren
uously and Judge Cameron upheld bjm.
In passing Judgment Judge Cameron
said that he did not believe the maxi
mum fine of Its was sufficient snd that
he would bind Hlggine over to the grand
Jury, leaving hie bond at S2S0, the same
aS In the police court.. A city charge
of fUhtlng. by eonseat ' of Malarkey,
wag dismisses, -.. f "i'-i ' " y '.
ACADEMY RECITAL. IS
One of the enjoyable musical events
of laat week waa tha recital on Tues
day eventng by the faculty of the West
ern Academy of-Music, Elocution, Ora
tory 'and Dramatis Art. The 'audito
rium of tha academy was filled to Ite
The' program SpeheaTtha-pllin
solo by Mordaunt Ooodnough, his se
lection being Weber's "Polocca Bril
liants." , Miss Reatha fowler followed
in three familiar vocal numbers Tostl's
aocd-Bye." Vannah'a "My Balrnle" and
the love aria from ""gam eon and Deli
Tb original monologus given by Miss
Minnie Bode, "A Rehearsal In Dramatic
Art," wae enthusiastically received, and
the violin solo by Mis Cornelia Barker
won a hearty encore.
"'Ostler Joe" was read by O. Lesisr
Paul For an encore he gsva "An Old
Sweetheart' of Mine." f Mine Mollje Rey-
; ' ' -.1'
nolde rendered a piano - solo, Cham
Inade'e "La Morena," In winning atyle.
Other contributors to ths program ware
J. Adrian' Epplng, who sang three num
bers; Mrs. Louise Boydan Ooodard. Who
read from '"Luclls" and William M.
Rasmus, who read "The Fiddle Told" to
1 P10 accompaniment -:
CRACKSMEN BLOW UP s
.... mil u
(gpedal Dispatrh te Ths Jenrnsl.V T
Townsend, Mont Nor. 11. Expert y
vrmcasmen, uiinf niiru-giycenn as mn
explosive, lsst night blew vp the eefa
In Joseph P. Schmidt's, butcher shopand
stole 120. all the caah la tha strong box.
The work waa evidently that of expfftts,
aa Jhose who viewed the damaged pTTP
erty declare today. There appears to
he no clus. slthnugh It la .thought the'
men are members of st gang which bss
bn operating rather ttTenilvelr" In
this state lately; .l2i ' . I."