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THE ORSGOCT DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 17. 1SC3.
' ' tiled by the Crack Teams
f the- Country.- r '-
YALE AND NASSAU.CLASH
: ON PRINCETON FIELD
Michigan and Pennsylvania Attract
Considerable Attention at Franklin
Field. Amherit Tackles Williams
and Multnomah Willamette,
All football eyes are rivaled on a
thousand " grldlrona today. Everybody
has a friend at soma acboot or -college
. tbrouihout th country and consequent-
ly everybody la anxious to learn at the
earliest moment the reaulta of the
u ' games. The Portland footballlsts have
" tbelr Interest centered In the Mult-
' nomah-Wlllamette came on Willamette
field, Princeton and Yale, a a well aa all
college men, are patiently waiting- for
th return from Princeton,- where the
sons df 11 and Nassau meet; followera
of the game In (eneral are anxloua to
' aee what Mlchlcan can do with Pennayl-
ni in irrankiln field;, Amherit and
WUUama are having their annual strut-
. gle, and there are bo many teama en
, gaged In gridiron work that there will
--be glory enough for all, aa the football
; men do not encourage gloom. -
The Waahlngton-Oreg; on , game was
' postponed until Monday on account of
.'""the former team being unable to make
the trip from Seattle on abeount-of the
heavy, floods. ; ,v-
Her are the principal games: -'
Pennaylvanla vs. Michigan, at Phila
delphia. - I'rtnceton vs.- Tale, t Princeton.
; Harvard vs. Dartmouth, at Cam
Cornell vs. Swarthmore, at Ithaca.
Weil Point va. Buabnell. at Will
Amherst va. Williams, at Amherst.
Bowdoln vs. University of Maine, at
Bangor. - ' . .
Brown va. University of Vermont, at
Pennsylvania Stat va. Dickinson," at
Tufta va. Rocheater, at Rochester. ,
' x Lehigh va. Ursinus, at South Bethle
Franklin and Marahall "vs. Jefferson
Medical at Lancaster.. Pennaylvanla.
Lafayette vs. Syracuse, at Beaton,
Wm Virginia vs. Wesleysn College,
at Morgantown. Weat Virginia.
:'.. Oa Weatera Tleldau
Carlisle Indians va. University of
. Minnesota, at Minneapolis.
Chicago va. Illinois, at Chicago.
Purdue vs. Wisconsin, St Madison.
Beloit vs. Notre Dame, at South Bend.
Nebraska vs. Kansas, at .Lincoln. -
North Dakota Vat Stat Agricultural.
, at Grand Forka. .,
. M. A. A. C. va. Willamette, at Port
land. ; -r v.- , . . . , -.
- , University of Idaho vs. Whitman Col
lege, at Walla Walla, Washington.
Wabash vs. Du Pauw, at Crawforda-
. .yllle, Jndiana. : : . . . -
Washburn College, ya. St.. Mary's Col
v (Jege, at Topeka..., ,.:, '
V Utah -vs. Colorado, at Salt Lak CKy.
t . Lawrence University va. Rlpon Col
lege, at Rlpon, Wisconsin.
V Olivet College v a. Albion College, at
'vOHvaTmi IcmgsTc - Ti " ' .' '
Ames vs Qrlnnell, at Amea, Iowa,
j. Marietta va. University of Cincinnati;
.at Marietta, Ohio.
, v Ohio Stat va. Caws at Cleveland,
i Ohio Medical vs. Waahington and Jef-
rerson. at Washington, yenneyivania.
vllle. Oh la . . '
Western Reserve vs. Oberlin, at Ober-
...lln.. . . . : . :
1 la the goat. .
. Naval Cadeta va.1 tintveralty of North
Carolina, at Amapolla.
xrfcirnaa v.TUUUalppl,t: Little
Virginia va. George Waahington, Uni
versity, at Washington, D. C ,
Davidson vs. -V. P.- I.j-at Roanoke.-
Tennessee va. Clemson,- at Knoxvllle.
Auburn vs. University of Alabama, at
Vanderbllt vs. Georgia Technology, at
Georgia vs. ' Pahlonega,
. ; TACKLE MINNESOTA
. (Joans! Hpeetal Cerrlee.1
Mlnneapolla, Minn., Nov. 17. With
'their bright records for the aeaaon at
, stake, the, Carlisle Indians and the
Univeralty of Minnesota eleven will
meet on Northrcp field tomorrow. , The
: Minnesota team this aeason has taken
front rank among the Weatera elevens,
while the Indians have proven their
right to occupy a similar position
among the Baatern col leges. Intereat
In the contest la at fever heat .and an
enormous crowd -. will witness the
f JJ-.i J
What the Kidneys Do
Their Unceasing Work Keeps
U Strong an Healthy
All th blood In th.Tody passes
through the kidneys oncevery three
minutes. . Th kidneys filter the blood.
-They work night and day. When
.healthy they remove about 100 grains
of impure matter dally, when unhealthy
. some part oft his lmpur matter la left
In th blood. 'This brlng-a on many" dis
eases and symptoms psln in th back,
' headache, nervousness, hot, dry . skin,
- rheumatism, gout, gravel, disorders of
th eyesight and hearing, djsslneaa. Ir
regular heart, debility, drowsiness,
dropsy, deposits In ths urine, eto. But
If you keep th filters right you will
have no trouble with your kidneys.
D. D, Coffey, general delivery elsrk
t th Portland postofflc, and living
at 7S Commercial street, says: - "When
1 used Doan'S Kidney Pllla three years
ago it waa for a disorder that aeemed
to Indicate poisoning of th blood, and
. 1 believed that It would be a good plan
, to treat th kldneya for my physicians
had been unable to give me any per
manent relief. I found that the use of
Doan's Kidney Pllla proved my theory,
'for within a month I felt relief and con
tinued th treatment until th trouble
disappeared. Sine then I have been
intlrely free from It" r4
. for sale by all dealers. Price IS rente.
roster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New Tork,
sol srerta for the United Ftatea.
Remember th nam DOAN g and
tak no other. , , , .
SUIU . FLAYEH3 a'E
F03 IKE 8CO.GE
Belated Train Kep trie Wil-
; lamette'Boys on the-Hoad
Until a Late Hour.
-' (gpeetar WtWT faThe' Joa'rnaO
Salem, Or, Nov.. 17. Th WUlamett
footbal team left for Portland' thla
afternoon to meet the -giant Multnomah
team on th gridiron. . It was th Inten
tion to run an excursion train from the
Capital City to. th aceo of th battle
but since th ehanged schedule of trains
th trip will have to be abandoned and
comparatively f4w of the admirers of
th local team Intend to "make th
trip. ' :
It la practically certain that th line
up will be th same as In' th gam
against the University of Washington
with the exception of Curtis Coleman,
who ia determined to get in th mlxup
and to play at. bis old position at end.
In the Seattle game Fisher, one of ths
new men, played -a fin gam at end and
If Coleman should give ost ha will be
soen In that position. After the Eugene
game - It was thought that . Coleman
would be out of the game th remainder
of the season but last evening he was
seen in the scrimmage and showed 'UP
in good form. There Is considerable re
joicing among the rooters that It "Was
not his kicking foot that waa hurt, for
Coleman t considered th best booter
of th pigskin on th whole squad.
While th preaeno - of 'Coleman will
strengthen ths university lineup it can
not be expected that Coleman la in a po
sition to , do . himself Justice in this
. Of if ours "ther lfond"'expeetBtton
bers that Rader will duplicate the trick
of making a neat place kick aa he did
laat.jrear Radsi has done fins i wnrlr
i.n rtf " w but In th practice Thurs
day evening he fell violently and hurt
his blp and may be handicapped in play
ing bis usual good gam. Beyond this
th plsyers are In th pink of condition
and the men are filled with the fight
ing aplrlt. , . ' .'
,i ii .
The Salem players arrived la Portland
late . last night after a. tiresome . trip
from th Capital City. The train was
delayed nearly four hours and It was
near midnight when Captain Nace'a men
wer able to turn Into their beds to get
their needed. rest. ;: t -v.
RIVAL ELEVENS OM THE
Multnomah and Willamette Fight
' - for Honors on a Sea of
Deceptive Sawdust ' S
. Before this paper will have gone to
press today, Multnomah" and Willa
mette will be engaged In a desperate
struggle In Multnomah Field. The
Willamette boys arrived last evening,
feeling aa fin aa a thousand fiddles,
and - this morning war around town
admiring the akyscrapers and wonder
ing If the rain was going to continue.
Manager Mark Savage took th boys for
a trolley ride and pointed out to th
Salem lada the principal points ef In
terest along th .way. - ';
Th confidence of th visitors Is best
expressed In their feigned downhearted-
ness. Kach visaing plsyer ssys tnst
he la troublrd- wTth a lamTTtnd Tr a
warped leg, or with something . elsa
equally aa bad. If all the legs of th
Salem players are a bad as Manager
Savag asserts, then the standing of
the gam muat necessarily be greatly
era Is ion certainty about th Sa
lem team and that Is, when they Una
up against Multifomah "th spectators
will gsee the fastest bunch of cripples
that ever eacaped the operating table.
How they, will look after the game is
a matter of conjecture, declares Cap
lain Jordan, of Multnomah: .
H. J. Boyd of the High school will
referee , and Jt. N. Hockenberry , will
umpire. -t-. : j ..
Th- Multnomah- team - Is fn fslrly
good condition for Us fray and several
of the men predict a victory for th
club eleven." Th line up will be:
Burt ............. Rfi..
Sterling ......... L G . .
McMillan Trrvr.L rT".T7
. ...... Nelson
. , ; . McKnlght
Dowllng ..RK.. ......
Jordan ,......-.L E...... , ,
Blarchard ...... .Q B ...... . ,
Levergan ... . .R H B. , . ..
James ......... .Q B ,,
. . Owena
. . . . Nase
. , Rader
- Testrday"s gum between Hill Mili
tary and Columbia waa on of the beat
Academic games ver played in Port
land. That Columbia lost wss no dls
grace, ss th H1U lsds put up a great
battle. The contest waa hard and
swift, but the was no unnecessary
roughness snd both teams should b
complimented upon their grit snd msn
Uness. . . ; -v ' - , .....
Today's gsm it Princeton between
Princeton and Tale marka th thirty
first consecutive yesr that th 'teama of
these two universities have faced on
another on th gridiron. Tale has been
victorious In It of th 10 games played
. . e ; e . , ,
Th eomlng week promises to be ah
umtsuglly dUU on ao far aa affairs
pnglllttg-mr concerned. Ths' fights
scheduled for th week Include very
few worthy of mention.
. e ' e . '. L
Th winter racing season has arrived
and for soma Mm to com th atten
tion of the horsemen and turf followers
in general m-be dlvldnd between New
Orleans and Los Angeies.
Amby McOarry, th New Tork light
weight, la going to California, where
h expects to get matche at Colma,
Jimmy" Smith, th Greater New Tork
bowling champion. Is out with a deft to
bowl forth world's championship. -
, rreparla for a WeHf Xnnt.
. Ueeraal gpeets- srlee.
Chlckaaha. .L T., Nov. - ltOreat
preparations 4sv been completed for
th second annual wolf hunt on Bridge
creek. It miles northeast . of 1 here,
which la. to -begin tomorrow and con
tinue en week. The hunt haa attract
ed a large number of sportsmen from
all over th territory and front Texas
snd other neighboring state.
Safe rorcedl Xaadreds Ooa.
Jnaraal IseeUI aervlea.1
Jamatrs. U I. Nov. 17. Burglars
forced th safe of a bank In thia town
thia morning with tool stolen rroen-
blacksmith ahop, then atola several hun
dred dollars and escaped. . .
Hill Lads Score a Victory Over
. the Sturdy Sons of -
. . . . Columbia.
TOUCHDOWN RESULTS' ;
FROM PUNT AND RUN
In Second Half Taylor'a Kick Waa
Blocked and He Recovered It and
Carried the Ball to Within Two
.Yarda of GoaL
Th second game of the Interacho
lastio league series has pssaed Into his
tory and th students and partisans of
Columbia univeralty are bewailing - th
defeat of their prospective champion
ship team by th stalwart, cadeta from
11111 Military academy. At the Jti. M. A-,
on the other hand, there is great re
joicing, for although the military lada
were confident of their ability to hold
their - opponei.-.a from -across - thai ' Wil
lamette down to a no acore game, they
did not exactly expect such a 'decisive
victory. So th cadeta are proud of
their team that won the victory and
equally proud of Coach "Beth" Kerron,
whose loyal intereat, conscientious work.
.efficient coaching and excellent Judg
ment in placing his men made th victory-'
possible. - - .- .
Columbia has no' reason to- look down
on her football team. Th rain and
condition of the fleldi
fortunate for H. M. A. as they wer fjr
C. U' and C. V.s btftck-Jerseyed football
players fought 'hard. ' desperately hard,
to' stave off the Inevitable. They did
their beet and that la all a team can do.
More than one of their number had the
bitter teara running down his cbeeka
when attack after attack broke and
waa shattered bythe cadets' stonewall
defenae, and when their own line would
not hold to give their back 'a fair
chance to get under way; and they wer
teara not of weaknaaa nor shame, but of
loyalty and devotion to the purple and
white banner, that they vainly at
tempted to carry forward to victory.
A Clean Contest.
Aa for th game Itself It was on of
the cleanest, snappiest, most exciting
and at times most brilliant ever seen on
old, Multnomah field under similar con
ditions. Th steadily falling rain, th
wet heavy Held ,and Hi aoggy, slippery
ball did not seem to Interfere material
ly with a very clever exhibition of the
modern game. Double1 pasaea, delayed
passes, forward passes, on-sld kicks,
end runs and punta brought the excited
spectators to their feet repeatedly and
kept' them In a continuous backbone
tickling suspense. During the first half
Hill gained, a slight but yet decisive
advantage. Th ..Jisll,. si magged back
and forth aeroaa the field, but It waa
mostly In C. l?'s. territory, and H. M. A.
made at leaat three times " as much
yardage aa C. U. did. ;. .
. X. MV A's. Tin Team Work. '
' In the second half H. M.. A's, super
iority and better team work became
eaelly evident. H. M. A. kicked off and
C U. made first down once', then Hill
got th ball and the cadets settled down
to business- Slowly but relentlessly
they drove the ball towards C. U'a. goal,
accentuating Aha onward march ever and
anon with, a clear IS or 10-yard gain
around -the end. Juat twice C U
ownd th ball, and punted put of da n
ger. only to have it carried back Into
their territory by the cadets, who wouia
not be denied. Then 4 he climax cam.
Taylor, H. M. A'a. ver-on-the-epot cap-
t.ln twtmA frt - nlan kick fmm C t I'M.
lft-yard..llnef.rpr one H M A did not
hold, and four or flv deaperat v;. u.
men broke through. Th kick wa
blocked, the ball bounded back, almost
stralaht Into Taylor'a arms. Did h
drop It f7 DIdThe' glvarhaltrtherCrrU.
team in front of him tfme,to recover
their wits and tackle hlmr'rar b It
from auch. H ran, dodged, bucked,
aaulrmed and " advanced th bait ti
yarda. Bora people call that a fluke;
perhaps it waa; but It was surely the
most --brilliant, pluckiest Tfluks ever
fluked on Multnomah field.
Columbia's Oust Stand.
'And now cam Columbia's great stand.
It was first down for H. M. A. and lea
than two yarda to make In order to
acore. Taylor - ahot Into right tackle
and failed; Oleason tried th same, and
failed Columbia waa-Jfedlna- -her
goal with every ounce of strength and
determination left her. Then again Tay
lor waa hurled into the C. U. line like
a ahot from a cannon. He knew he could
not pierce that iron defenae, so he dove
and when bla body touched the ground
again th ball waa Juat over th goal
The remainder of th gam waa prin
cipally a punting duel between Taylor
and Grussl. with Tsylor getting strong
er with every punt. ; v
. . Plexty of Stars, v
For Columbia Porterfleld, Grussl and
Moor 'were undoubtedly th shining
atara. Porterfield'a brilliant handling
and running of th punta, Moore's speed
and pluck and Gruaat'a punting and ex
cellent, clean tackling war surely ex
hibition worth going far to see. . For
H. M."A. Captain Taylor appeared head
and shoulders above th team In almost
every department of the game, .with
Walter Gleason.i the plucky right half,
a close second. Then Malcolm Msc
Ewan'a cool, determined running of ths
team deserves great praise. For "the
rest of the ' members of th two teams
. : lier system is calltxl upon to surjply
'nourishment for two. t- -
: Some form of nourishmeht that will
be easily taken up by motLcr'a systera"
ia . needed. '" - . """"'
Scoffs, Emulsion contains the
trreatest noaaible amount of nourish
$.:Jnent in easily digested form. '
Mother and baby
helped by its use.
pods on the trunk -and
limbs of a deli
cate - tropical tree.
They - contain a x
times more food val-
ue tfian beef. '
We use the highest
cost beans that are
grown and there Is
nothing In 'our cocoa
That Is why It is
most delicious of
fit would be difficult Indeed to say who
did, beat, for they all. H. M. A. and C. U.
did their' duty and did It well.
Columbia. Position. Hill.:
Davey I...C J'.. Dona son
Becker ; R. O... Horp
Doolny ....... ...L. O.,.
Walker ..R. T...
Grussl (Capt.)... L. T...
Ennla R. K..
Jensen ' . .1 K. .
Porterfleld .Q .... .
. , . . Cort
Moor R. H
Williams .L. H
Wlndmeyr P. .
Refer. H. J.' Boyd; umpire, J. -A.
Horan; head lineman, Frank E. - Wat
klna; length of halves, tl mlnutes;
GOLD LEAF BOWLERS
BEAT THE SCHILLERS
The class "A" bowling contest last
night on the Oregon alleys was not so
exciting aa usual. Th Oold Leaf and
Schiller teams played;, the latter team
took but four men, which loat all three
games for them. Kneys waa the atar
player of the evening, getting a ZOO
average and rolling the highest score,
tt5,' for-one' game. ' -The scores:
, GOLD LEAF. .
Shefferv. .......;..16 J01 13 1
Hagur . ....liS 17 1S8 1st
Boulapger . 141 17S 1 . 1(1
Kneys ,r.r.i.;;r,-tsitl t2i too
....... .'.Is! 10!
' .: 1 i
Th class "B" teams. Commercial No.
1 vs.- Happy Dales,, played soma close
games. The Commercials captured all
ihr 4h ltt-w fey only eight pin
Tonslng nan the nignest single game,
lit. Armltage rolled th best average,
170. Ths scores:
- COMMERCIAL NO. if .
. . ' 1 ! t Ave.
Lamond . ......... .141 1- 1S5 - ISO
LaRoche . ..........144
Deaver . a. .110
Meleen V ......... ..IS!
16t 111 117
Ul 1S7 ' 161
ltO ltt 140
17! 117 170
711 114 ltt
HA PPT DALES ... -
Vol sine t
Dale . ....
.....lit 111 14t 111
ist . i!iii lii
ltO It! 174 ItS
14t ISO 117 .. ItS
........... .711 Sit "tio ' ,
, Waltfcomr Oomlng Borne.
' JMral Speetal KerWe.)
Paris, Nov. 17. Bobby Walthour, th
American bicycle rider, who haa been
successful In many of the big events
In Franc thia season, la booked to sail
for boms tomorrow. It is understood
thst h Intend to enter In the atx-day
race In New Tork thia ' winter and
probably will be paired with Hugh Mac
Lean of Boaton.
,. Pastor and Blgble of the Lynn, Mas
aachuaetta, baseball team will " jump
next aeaaon from ths Atlantic to the
Pacific Thax, go to Oakland.. Califor
- r -
v A Cocoa beans grwiii
W Ivk the
fvfw; cocoas - 1
LjlrJ " s"aaa.uinTca. Jl
DEHIAL L1ADE BY
Says He Did Not Drive Senator
' Fulton Over the Umatilla
.-. " ' Reservation. -..' .
SAYS ALEXANDER WAS -
11NVITED JO MAKE TRIP
Declare Senator Fulton Waa Not
Misled In Any Manner Regarding
.Location or Character of. Landa to
B Affected by BilL J '
Colonel James H. Raley of Pendle
ton, connected with land Irregularities
in Umatilla county by government In
vestlgation of clalma held by. him In
lease from those who secured them
from th government, makea th follow.
lng statement In aupport-of bis denial
of wrong-doing: .
.."I have read the Washington dispatch
In th Oregonian of November 14, in
which T figure" so" conspicuously. I say
emphatically that I am not tha man
who drove Senator Fulton over a por
tion or any portion of tha Umatilla
reservation. However, I waa on of th
party who joined him at Meachem and
drove over a part of. the reaervatlon,
It can be easily ascertained what other
persons constituted ths party and tha
only statement I have to make regard
ing that la that every member of tha
party' was a personal friend and ae-
quatateno of Senator Fulton,- and no
deception waa practiced on him and
oould not have been practiced en- htm
regarding their standing.- Senator Ank
eny was expected to b among th party,
but failed to arriv. Senator Mitchell
had been Invited to be present, but for
some reason now not known to ma he
waa not present.
"Some daya before th meeting at
Meachem I met Captain 1. H. Alexan
der In Pendleton, told him of th pro
posed meeting of th senators and re
quested him to be preaent. At that
tlm he Informed me that b would be
very glad to do so. I believe b also
stated that his son-in-law was then
vleltlng him and he would b pleased,
If ther was room in th party, to have
his son-in-law go along, and requested
me to notify him - of th day and he
would try to meat with us. -
"Perhaps about th day before wa did
meet at Meachem on of th men who
afterward composed th party received
a telegram from Senator Fulton stating
that h would b In Pendleton on, I
think It waa,". the following day and
could remain her on day and would at
that tlm b glad to Inspect th reser
vation landa. Upon receipt of that tel
egram two teams with hacka war sent
to Meachem and Senator Fulton was no
tified that w would join him In Pen
dleton and go by train to Meachem and
from that point drive out over th lands
to be inspected. I immediately notified
Captain Alexander by wire at La Grand
to meet us th following morning at
Meachem. Captain Alexander did not
meet ua there. - Some tlm afterward
In a conversation with him he expressed
some regret, or gave soma reason., for
th failure to. meet us, but I hav for
gotten juat what hla reason was.
"Senator Fulton waa - driven along
three sides of th so-callsd Crow A
Raley pasture and waa driven as near
to all portions of It-practically as bs
oould hav con with a wagon, and had
srgood oppurtunKyand-'did hav. -full
understanding of th character or the
lands In that pasture. '
"Frm there he was driven serosa th
hivh nlataau. which contains some good
Kl im ins its agricultural landto thehlghbraltes ot
from that nolnt viewed other landa
which wer embodied In th bllL
miton Vo Misled.
lnn - nafor - Pulton waa not misled In
any manner nor by any person regard
ing th loeaUon or th character of th
landa to b affected by th MIL It la
tni That Senator FtlUtm when u
shown th Crow Raley pasture was
shown, barren lands, becaua thia paat
ur la oompoaed, or at least all parts of
It which are held by Crow Raley or
either of them under lease, of barren
landa and of the most worthless char
acter. It la true that If any of th
entrymen of the landa attempted 1o
procure agricultural land under th Ful
ton act It would be necessary to commit
per jury i beaua -ta-t tlmony-4ahav tn
tha final proof under th Pulton act
requires an affidavit that th land la
not agricultural, but Is only susceptible
for grailng purposes.
"I hav before' stated that th an
timbered lands In th .Crow Raley
pasture, upon which prooY was required
to b made, war not agricultural lands,
but were only lit for pasturage purpoaea.
1 am awar that- my word haa not been
accepted either by the Oregonian or
The Journal In this respect, neither do
I ask either of those papera or any on
els to accept my word, but I now make
this proposition, over my own signs
"Th Morning Orgonlan may select
on man, Th Oregon Dally Journal may
select another man; tbeae two men may
select a third man. and thia eommlaalon,
conatstlng of three men. may call to
their assistance any surveyor In th
stat of Oregon In order that they may
not be misled or deceived in th landa
examined. I will pay each of th men
so selected 119 a day for all tlm em
ployed and th surveyor tl9 a day for
the time he Is employed- In th service
of such eommlaalon and wilt pay alt of
th expenses of th commission rrom
wherever they may reald in Oregon to
th lands smd return.' and wMl engaged
In examining" th landa. This commis
sion may go to th Crow A Raley paaU
ure and examine every tract of untlm-
bered landa enclosed In th pasture held
or claimed under lea by Crow Raley,
and report upon then lands to th re
spective papera,' and th oniy recom-
Ipense 0!LreiuJrementthsJI.mk In re
turn la mat tnea (wo papers puvu.n
th full and 'complete report of th
eommlaalon ao selected by them when
such report Is made. Furthermore. It
among aatd landa auch commission finds
on single entry which theywllt-clsaa
aa agricultural land or capable or pro
ducing crops or suitable for reasonable
residence. 1 will, without further con
tention, release agd cancel all leaaes and
waive all claim or tight to claim upon
th government for any moneya ad
vanced or paid 'for any-of wuch en
tries, t will deposit $1,000 In any bank
they may name to cover expenses.
"I desire this proposition to b made
and published over my slsnatur. and a
ropy forwarded to both the Oregonian
and Journal with the requeat that they
accept It. I am awar that my word,
under th clrcumstancea, as compared
with the so-called official re porta from
th govrnmnt official and from Wash
ington, f not of. much weighs, but th
above proposition will at leaaf afford an
opportunity for th two papera men
tioned and their readers to ascertain fur
themselves th facta, without any x-
pens whatever to them.
, it "J. 1L RALKT."
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instead of good.
. If not digested, it ferments and decays, causing
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SEARCH FOR GOER
Sheriff White With Large Party
Scours Country All :
--t-y in vain. - " -
FORTY MEN ABREAST
- WORKING BY COMPASS
Among Missing Man's Effects Let
ters Found Which Disclose Posses
sion of Considerable Wealth-
Many People Suspect Foul Play.
rasertal Dispatch tn fa learasLt
Clatekanl. ' Or., Nov. IT. Sheriff
White arrived In Clatekanl laat even
ing after a llllgent search "for llenry
Goer, who was lost on Nehalem ridge,
between Clatakanl and Mist. Sheriff
Whit and a party of men searched
two days. They worked by compass,
40 abreast, over all th neighborhood
but not a trace of him could be found.
The aherlff found In Goer's coat at
previoua to being loat, two letters, one
from Goer's brother In Germany, where
he expected to go next year, and one
f0" ' 4Wr-C?B4
from a banker at Fairfield, Iowa, con
. "n """V'
It was quite
large loan., for th banker spoke of
Bailey's paying somewhere between f JOs
and IS00 Interest In two years. .
Th aherlff haa given up th search,
saying he has don all ha can do, unleas
some of th people where Goer has been
for some time wish to continue th
Borne of th. peopt think Goer has
been dealt with foully. -
BROWN SUES TO MAKE
SPOKANE COME THRU
(Sperlal Dispatch to Tse JoaraaL)
Spokane, Wash.. Nov. IT. The first
US of the" hew reformed "spelling, ap
proved by President Roosevelt, In a
legal document filed In thia county waa
mad thia week In-the complaint -In
a suit brought by J. J. Brown sgalnat
th Spokane Union Depot company and
th Oregon Railroad Navigation com
pany for tha recovery of t&S.OOO. - Th
complaint was prepared by the law firm
f Post, Avery a Hlggina and through
out th document th word "through"
Is- spelled -"thru," and all the other re
forms are tn atrong evidence. -
Th suit brought by Mr. Brown Is
biaaed upon th fallur of th defend
ants to construct a union depot in this
city, to coat not lees than 120,000. Mr.
Brown donated th land for a site, and
now aaka to recover $10,000, as ths valut
of th land, and $30,000 damages.
' Kale ma. Wash.. Nov. IT Th Knights
of Pythias district convention, com
prising lodge Vancouver, No. ; Val
iant. No. 07; Castle Rock and Kalama.
Number 100; Kelso. No. H7i tak
Rives, No- 1M and Rldgeflald.- which
waa to be held laat night, waa post
poned until November 11. Th members
of the various iodgea war unable to be
blocked by high water.-
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