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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 0, 1C37.
STATE FOU WI COAST LIIIE
I O T7777 . Tl
mnci- i .ynym 17.;
TO CREATE A
I'ilS 1IIICEST0II 0EID6 SURVEYED
Bays ilan AVho Would Prink Mint Julep : With Straw,
; iah, Would' Hug Best Giri:Witli a rair of Ice -
Oregon JIan Traces Back to Harriman Forces , Jlaking:
a. n .a" Ti:. J-T.. s I v n u' ' 1 n A J-
$33.50 toWimazm 833.50-
;tfte Great Penn in Four
Surreys Along CJoast of
;;,(;'?3:l're- r:-Toiigs, Sah.
Q . ..
... ' now ere Ton itwiinm w"'""v"
, asked the New Yorker of ths southerner
ths veranda of the Portland hotel
t yesterday morning. T vV ''
t "fine. h, ' My life, has boon
. I saved. I assure you,' sab. " Tho fortunate
, publicity lvon to tho attempt to potaoa
)nu under tho dlsgulsa of a mixture
' called a. mint Julep brought man old
southern comrade' gallantly to tho reo-
: ue. sah.' JUid today I havs had threo,
, ' sah, throe " ' ;
. mow do you make .the real thing,
' colonel T" Interrupted ths westerner,
ho took a chair.
... Mka Mh. Is not the word. oah.
Create, oah, create. When the' New
., Tort Sun wat the greatest newspsper
In Amerioa It carried on, n Ita delight
ful way. a series, of expressions from
'all oar famous men on the jproper way
' to create the mint Julep. Later tneae
Ira mortal letter were preserved to eom
. Ing humanity In book form, aah, which
; have had the privilege of reading. It
s 1 now out of print, I understand. . On
(all points they were agreed, oah, but
""Whether to c"raw tho 'iplnt out with
. vMikat or with auaar. - The Sun at
last decided the long dispute thus: If
you wish to close your eyes ana see tne
, blue skies and blue grass of Kentucky,
with fleecy clouds reflected in a pool of
toe-cold spring. water; flecked with the
dancing shades, of willow leaves, then
crush tho mint In the sugar before you
add the bourbon: but If you desire
'.visions of fair beauties. of glorious
thoroughbreds and of the waving fields,
then bath the mashed mint leaves with
tho Juice of the corn before you put In
the sugar. With this point In our
. minds, gentlemen, we will now adjourn
to the palace of liquid delight and as
f slst the dispenser of prohlbltlon-worry
' In creating the nectar that baa made
' Amerioa famous, sah."
"You see, gentlemen," oontlnued tho
' colonel a few moments later downstairs.
1 first choose a tall thin class, with a
bell top. Half of a mint julep Is out
side the glass, and one of Its most im
leisure on a hot day. sah; not
llents is time, sah, time.
The mint Julep is tho drink of elegant
ilsure on a hot day. sah: not a medi
cine to ward off an attack of heart
rauure. . -t..-
' "Now In the glass I put some mint
leaves, and - these leaves ' must have
corns from clean, clear flowing water,
sah. not from a mud hols. The mint
Julep is so seductive and so delicate
that even its most remote ancestor must
Do like caesar s wire, san. I now gentv
crush the mint leaves In this powdered
sugar in the bottom of tho glass and let
It stand a few momenta The sugar In
lissolvtng draws out tho mint Juice
rom mo leaves. -'
. I now add. you notice, lust two fin
vers of bourbon. And let It stand araln.
san, arter stirring ana gently crush
the leaves once more. Now we fill
glass with finely cracked Ice; ice like
snow. sah. and not In chunks larre
enough with which to brain a mule,
sah. And than the watah, sah, to half
an Inch of the brim, and stir gently.
Now fill tho ton of tho glass as full of
mint leaves as it will hold, not a few
sprigs, but a bouquet, sah, tall and
thick. Now with tho spoon tap some
Of the leaves on tho odge of the glass
to slightly break and crush them, and
thus give more aroma to- the bouquet.
Now add the third finger of bourbon
and let stand without moving It In any
way, wnen mo rrost naa tormea on
the glass, raise thy eyes on Jove, the
class to thy lipsi bury your faoo to the
eye In. the mint leaves and alp of the
most aristocratic neotar known to mat),
"But how about a straw r asked the
New Yorker. - ,
. "Straw! Straw, ah! snorted tho
colonel. "Any man who would drink a
mint Julep through a straw, sah, would
hug his best girl with a pair of Ice
tontr. sah. I'm ashamed of you, sah."
"Have 'notnerr' suggested the west
erner, in tne row or peacemaker. The
colonel milod, . and reached for the
YOWG MEN RESIST
": Edward Murphy, 411 Twelfth street,
and Charles ram ham, of Twenty-ninth
. ( and doing streets, both XI years Of .age,
;wers arrested at 1:10 o'clock last eve
nts g . by' Chief ' of Police Grltxmacber
and turned over to Detective Hawley of
the Juvenile court on charges of . dig-
' The lads were annoying a street
. preacher at the corner of Sixth and
Stark streets when the chief put In an
' appearance. The official ordered tho
youths to desist In their abuse of the
'half-witted follower of the Tongues of
Fire cult but tho boys paid no attention
' to him. - - j- -
? . "Do you know who J am f asked ths
chlef. ' !- -
"Maw and we don't give a rap," was
.the reply of tho youngsters.
,V The pair were promptly placed under
i arrest and despite a strenuous reslst
J ance Orltsmacher brought bis prisoners
'.safely to the: station. r . r t ,- r.
Judge Frazer will bo apprised of the
matter tomorrow and the parents of the
young hoodlums will be notified. - .
ARRESTED VAGRANT 3 J
: ; ; MAY3E. EOBBEB
Tota Reynolds was taken Into custody
at Second and Market streets iaat night
by Detective Hollyer and booked at tho
city prison on a temporary charge of
varrancv. ' It is alles-ed that Reynolds
purloined a dress suit ease - containing
valuable clothing irom a- recent ar
rival In this city. Reynolds will be for
mally charged with larceny tomorrow
morning upon tho opening of the po
lice COUn. -
;. (Speeid Wpte t The Joaraal)
Corvallls, Or Juns 8. James Henry i
Penn of Yaqulna, Oregon, now in Cor
vallls . for bis health, is a direct do-
scer.dant of William Penn, tho founder
aeing a greai-rreat-ber
bore the Christian nam of the ill
James it. renn was corn at Moore-
rinia, August is. 18JS. He
regon from California ,1a 1M3
ami ts oi
LINES LITEBAXLY BTJN
OFF CLIFFS INTO SEA
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Intention to Tunnel and ;F1U lntbe
Gap With OraTel low Grado to
Ba Maintained the Entire Route-
Hen Let Down by Bopea';;
James Henry Penn.
FOOLED NUMBER TWO
: EIGHT LONG YEABS
' (Special Dlipatch to The JoarniL)
Taooma. Juno I. Believing that he
was a married man for eight years. Wil
liam E. Ebert according to his testi
mony In bis divorce suit here, did not
become disillusioned ' until his pretty
wife packed her belongings recently and
deserted him.- He then found that when
he married her in Missouri as Miss
Hilda Scheack In 189, she was already
a married woman. Judge flnell granted
the divorce, and la now looking for the
as a special reoruitlng officer to recruit
tne nm wasnington Territory inraniry
for the civil war, In California ho
raised ths companies of Captains Schu-
.OCX, Beiaenstrmer, Taylor an Bpenoer.
He married Mary A. Williams of Port
land, February II, lift. She was a sis
ter of Mrs. Dr. Cuslok of Salem and
Mrs. Charlotte A, Selden of Roseburg.
James H.- Penn Is a tin. copper and
sheet Iron worker and has been in busl
nesn successively at Portland, Salem,
Jacksonville and Corvallls. He former
ly had employment in a foundry at
Portland that occupied the .sits where
tho - Hotel Perkins now stand a Later
b entered the government service as a
railway postal clem and served for 19
ears in mis section ox uregon, until
(Psbllshers Frees fey Special Leased Wire.)
Ban Francisco, Juns 1 HI H. Harrt-
' man Is making surveys along tho eoasts
of Humboldt and Del Norte counties,
north ' of Pralrio oreek In hoj, former
county. This is part of bis scheme to
havs another trunk line between this
city and Portland, via Santa Rosa,
! Eureka, Crescent City; Marshfleld, " on
Coos bay In Oregon, and thenoo by way
of Drain, a station on tho Mount Shasta
routs in Oregon, along the beads en
tho coast south of Dal Norte's county
seat-'; - Vv'; '
Before reaching Crescent City, the
survey was over a long stretch of flat
lands, and little trouble was experienced.'
In order to keen the trade down. ths
lines. are now being run literally Into.
the ocean, between DeMartln and Cres
cent City.'- ....-- .-- ,v.,Vi; , I
inere are snois wnere one man is
let down by ropes over 100-foot cliffs
to make measurements ana talcs. ele
vations, ths surf dashins on tho rocks
at nis i eel su or me time. .
The intention, it is stated. la to tun
nel on this section of the routs and fill
in tho raos between tne sawtooth coast
line . witn aeDria rrom tns excavations.
The surveyors are making perhaps 300
feet a day in running their- lines on
this difficult usectlon. ,..V .
It is thought, when ths - head ' of
Pralrio creek is reached, the corns of
surveyors will cease operations. A coast
route has ween surveyed- to prairie
creek from the south, and . this stop
will be a conjunction of ths two sur
veys.. , . i
Special Terms iEboc
DIGNIFIED. CREDIT, FOR ALL.':
' " s, I. , Thts credit system enables you to furnish your home at once and : take
-i months !tQ pay, the bill. You have the use of the article :whije paying for it, , f
: wunout care or wurry. t icw uuuars uown ana a uonar or iwo a wecK Wlu 00
; it: We"give our absolute guarantee with every purchase, and if the goods are
'not the. best, and the price as low as the lowest, we desire to return your money;
k immediately. - s . f v::.
t J- .1 in
Dr. Clarence True Wilson. T. D.. nas.
. . . . . .. .. . .
tor or tne uc aietnoaist cnurcn, nas
been Invited to return toMhe pastorate
for another year. The third quarterly
meeting neia at ins urace cnurcn Tues-
flay,, was unanimous in us selection.
111 health compelled him to retire.
Mr. Penn n
Mr. Fenn has In tils nossesalnn a
lece of wood from the William Penn
ome at Pbiladelptiia. and be has
sented to Collie Cather . of Cor vail
vioiln.' the sounding toat of whinh la
made from another Dleoe of. the aama
WOOO. . '( " V .... .
Taooma Watche Herself Grow.
(Special Dispatch ' to The JoaraaL) " '
Tacoma. June 8. According to the
new Polk directory canvass Tacoma has
grown 26,000 in tho past year, and now
tW dIrctory wt-eontaln- about 44,000 "fws.
names J The nlty has shown a. remark-1 nu, ,
able expansion. In the past 12 months. 1;, .""
ana is crowins taster man it was
this time isst year. ..... . ,
The annual conference will be held 8i
temoer io, wn
Invitation of t
be indorsed and Dr. Wilson will be Offl
ember 15,. when It Is expected that t
tns quarterly meeting will
snsulng year. . .
Mr. and Mrs. T. 8.
Miss Ada Doornbecher
night from 8eattl, where they arrived
Friday from their trio to . the . orient.
Mrs. Sarah B. Forbes, who accompanied
them on ths trio, returned In the mom.
ing without staying over a day In Se-
stua x no party sauea in r eoruery on
the Dakota, which suffered . so 1la.
astrously in a wreck, Much of their
Daggage was lost, tnougn ail the pas-
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MAIL IS F0UKD AFTER
THREE YEARS' HIDING
Letters Addressed to Millionaire's
Wife Discovered In Cushion of
Chair by Workmen White Repair-
Ing Castle. '."
I'll fill m ;
New Tork, June I. The (ending dls
closures In Mrs. Howard Gould's sep
aration suit against her husband have
started a hegira of prominent footllght
favorites from New York. -The intima
tion that Mrs." Gould intended naming
pver a score of former actress friends
of her millionaire husband has started
a panlo among them and ther are has
tening to get out of the Jurisdiction of
ths New tork courts, It was alleged
today that the husband of one of the
nost conspicuous lavorites' or tne mu-
lonairs baa vowed vengeance and tbat
he is determined .his wife shall not be
subjeotd. to.. any further publicity in
the case.-..;:';;': ' :---'-(fr,.-'--;.:p.u
Anotner or the many mysteries or
Castle Gould has Just eoms to light
ii.rougn tns receipt toaay ny jars.' how
ard Gould of mail sent to her three
years ago. Mrs, Gould s friends say she
is completely nuczied ana no one seems
able to offer any explanation, of. the
Whether this is another chase of th
interference with her mall,', no one
mows, and no accusations are made.
The incident, however, -la pointed to as
Illustrating what unusual . things hap
pened on ihe Long Island esute of the
Goulda ... ,':" - i s -
It was learned that Mrs. Gould had
received a : half dosetf letters from a
workman employed at the present time
rn her old home.' and that none of them
naa Been epenea,
Inaulry at Port Wash-
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FI0XCE3 ECLL PAPE3 C?lX
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LOt ANQILKS - ' CAUrORNUt
that this workman some days aro. had
been repairing a beautiful upholstered
chair in ' Castle Gould. , . There was a
rent In the upholstering and placing his
hand in this opening the workman found
some paper, he pulled It out and it
proved to be a ' letter. " Several more
were also-found in the same place.- -Not
one or them had been opened.
They had all been sent during the year
of 1804 to the old home of the Goulds.
had quit that residence. : : , " :
Ths original address had "been strick
en out .and that of number 1 96 Broad
way, Mr., uouia s Dusmess address, sub
stituted. - airs. Gould's friends say she
does not remember ever having seen the
letters at all, and it was absolutely im
possible to learn what was in them, or
now iney xouna tneir way into tns up
holstering of the chair, and It may yet
aeveiop into one 01 tne important tea
ilU -tha pqrrtintion