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ion daily journal", i c;;xla?;d7 tuz:day i:v:.:;i:;c3. I JULY i i: ;7.
Members of Assembly and
Provincial Officers Are
" Chosen at Tolls. ."""
STEP TOWARD LOCAL !
All gisUrtlve Powers l&ercisea bj
Commission to B Given1 Assam
blv EJghty-One Members First
' , Mating to Be Held Ifert October.
(ItvMl Speelal Servics.)
' Washington. D. C. July IS, Today's
lection la the Philippine Islanda marks
the first forms! srtep towsjda Filipino
self-government Naturally enough tha
administration official here ara keenly
interested In ttts conduct and raault of
tha election, which la for tha choice of
membera of the . first Philippine as
sembly, and for' provincial governors,
'members of provincial board, munlo
- Ipal presidents, Tlca-praatdents and mu
'nlclpal counsellors. Allot theaa of-
flcera, with tha exception of municipal
councilor, are to Isold office for two
yeere and to aesuum. their dutlea upon
, the 1st of January next The municipal
! 1 1 . - n xnA tttn tar roar
1.IU1ID1IUI W " -aw... - .
yThe Philippine tntnblr la tha result
of tha promise of President Roosevelt
made to the Filipino through Secretary
Tart to give the people of the Ulanda a
measure of self-government, conditioned
upon their good behavior for a term of
a vm Th aiicrablT la to be siren
all the legislative powers heretofore ex
ercised by the Philippine commission la
II that nert of the archlDelaso not In-
habited by Moros or non-Chrlatlan
- (lku .
The assembly Is to be oomposed of
' II members, apportioned on the basis of
one detente for each 10,000 of popula
tion, and provision la made to increase
.. Kit th ntl number or
. delegates cannot exceed-100. The body
mar be compared In a general way to
the American house of reDresentattvee.
while tha Philippine commission will be
tha upper houae or senate, and the acta
of tha assembly must ecu re the ap
. proval of tha commlaslon In order to
become laws. Tha flrat assembly will
in uctooer, wnen a
tary of War Taf t win be present to wlt-
' convene earl)
.ness tha proceedings.
TIES FROM JAPAN
First Shipment of the Kind
Received for Hunting- '
. . ton's Railway.
" Los Angeles, July 19 Two mJIH
feet of .oak lumber Jn logs... and. the
first cargo of that kind of timber aver
r brought across the Paelfle, reached San
'Pedro today oa tha ahlp Bkogstad. Tha
vessel was loaded at Mororah, Japan;'
and Is under charter to tha China ItnJ
port ft Export , Lumber company, of
Shanghai. " , -
- From tha loga will bo made 7J.00O
t)ea for Huntington'a new.-eUotrlo. lines.
"Construction work la already unasr way
arvl will be. hastened by tha ahipment
, The lack of tlea has delayed the com
pletion of extensions, and new work on
' aeverakparta of the Pacific Electric ays
tern. Huntington companies now ara
i forced to depend unon tha orient for
the major portion of their tlea.
W. fc.ilwarda, agent for tha Importing
t company, declarea that this shipemnt
of oak wood la tha opening wedge for
bualneas which will mean tha Import
ing of 10,000,000 feet of lumber annual
. ly. . Local agents will build a mUl at
aa Pedro for sawing.
Every man who visited Robinson
Co.' sale laat week la a satisfied man
.today. Sale atlll on. .
' - M ll l H l I ...u.
(SaeeUl 'Wroaiek te Tka Joernal.
Spokane, Wash., July It. Stater Mary
Antoinette of Montreal, auperlor general
of tha Sisters of Charity In tha Factflo
northwest, ha come to Spokane and
will oaaa several davs InaDeotlns the
Sacred Heart hospital. . The reverend
sister's visit Is regarded as of Import
ance among tha members of tha odrer,
a It ia two years sinoe she was here.
Blter- Antoinette expresses herself
highly i pleased with tha work In tha
institutions at Portland. Taooma. Beat'
Idaho. and other polnu in the inland
rm(iin, pnv will visit inemuwons in
Montana and ' the Uakotas on her re--'tunr
to Spokane from 'tha Coeur
4'Aienee in northern Idaho, afterward
Administration Is Angry
7 Because North Carolina
Judge Was Too, Hasty. -
STATE COURTS COULD .
HAVE SETTLED FIGHT
Federal Jurist Took Too Much B-
gponslbUltr Upon Himself tnr In
terfering With Matter frblcb
Did Not Concern Him. V:
- (WaSblagtea Barest ef The Joersal) m
Washington, July to. VNo secret Is
mads In" Washington that thav admin
istration officials ara annoyed that Fed
eral Judge Pritchard of North Carolina
has precipitated tha clash between fed
eral and atate courts ovar tha cases In
volving- tha Southern Railway's failure
to observe tha North Carolina, stats' law
compelling road to sell tickets for IH
cents a mils within fhs stats Unfits.
That 1 has Injected Into current dls
culons needleely. the lu of stats
rights. Is conceded by those high - In
authority. Apart from the legal phases
of ths matter, on the question solely of
policy. It 1 regarded as unfortunate
that Judge Pritchard did not awilt th
exhaustion of the resource of th State
court before appealing to federal- au
thority, thus Inflaming tha people of
the alsts snd placing the aamlnletrar
tlon by Inference tn - the - position of
countenancing the procedure. '
It la pointed out that there was ade
quate remedy In the atate- court for
the ' alleged confiscatory law , reducing
paenger fare. Th North Carolina
supreme court I among the best In the
country; Its decisions are ranked by the
federal aupreme court aa of. unuaually
high character, and the general govern
ment la not disposed to Irritate the
state Judiciary needlessly, by construc
tively Impugning their willingness to do
Justloe to lltlganta.
- rrltohard lUae Xlstske.
--Tt 1s-not aenldJthat"jrorJndge
Pritchard, prior to th atate court hav
ing given final declaration on tha rat
law, to assume Jurisdiction was exceed
ingly bad policy. It Is argued and not
denied that It would have been the or
derly course of procedure to permit the
Usu to be fought out - in - the state
courts, sna then. If It sppesred that
under tha federal constitution, .there
had been confiscation of property, and
no relief had been afforded vby the
North Carolina aupreme court, redress
by the federal court would have been
Justified."- ""!" "
That the administration Is especially
distressed at tha lack of wisdom oa
. YOU HAD IT
v Kidney disease may develop suddenly
and become fatal in a few weeks, but
this Is rare. It usually appear with
mild-aymptom, although aa ths kidney
ere not sensitive, it may have neen ue
veloplng for months even years. It la
usually curable the first few weekav-ln
fact. It often gets well of Itself. ,. But
If It haa been long enough In the ays
tem to have become chronlo (fastened)
the book then declare It to be Incur.
able, right here la the crucial question:
vim bow jomg save 70a a4 ir 11 11
haa been In the system for some months
there Is nothing known to medicine that
will reach it except Pulton' Renal Com
pound, it differ from all kidney medi
cine ever knowa In thla tremendously
Important point It Is the only one that
reduces inflammation and corrects the
kidney function AFTER It haa become
chronic, aa well aa before. Aa ' there
is no sharp dividing lino- marking the
time .when the trouble ehangea to the
chronic form lsn t It ss clear aa noon,
dar that thoushtful people with kid.
nay disease should take at onoe the
only known apeclflo that reaches it. In
The annual deaths are over 01,000
170 per day. Tbeae census ngures mow
how sppalingly serious and prevalent
this thing is getting to be that la In
nocently referred to in the homes as
"kidney trouble.", . J - -
' "Hundreds of cttlsens of this city
could go Into the witness-box and swear
to their recovery . snd among them
would be the editor of thla publication.'
San Francisco Wine and Spirit Re
view. .. v..,- . ' :.,,: . ', :i.
it yon have kidney trouble, - start
xor jnuion s . nana torn-
Descendants of First Settler
; V Meeting in Boston 'k
;:; r ' TodayJ ' :;
Judge Pritchsrd's part may be inferred
when it Is remembered that in ths first
session of ths FlTty-nlnth congress
southern members argued for Senator
La Follette's amendments and sup
ported tnem oy tneir votes, proviaini
for measures to cartlallv atrlo federa,
Judges of their powers In relation to
tha national rate law. It was hinted
then in the debates thst there was
slight' ground for the Intimation that
the federal courta were quicker to sym
pathlss with the corporations than were
we aiaie juaiciariea.
So that ths North Carolina situation
dlatree the administration exoeedlns-
ly, ana the rssoness of th federal judge
1 will-VfiMrii 1val aiithnHtv tier tiae
declared that be has knowledge of only.
two instances or sn sttempt to nave
an Inferior federal court Interfere with
a writ of habeaa eorpua with tha rulings
of a atate court upon the constitu
tionality plea, and that In only one
that of Judge Pritchard was the st
tempt successful. The other waa tn Ne
braska, snd the federal judge refused
to tak Jurisdiction.- pointing out thst
relief first should be sought In ths stat
courta uo to the. court of last SDoeat
within -ths commonwealth. "
Administration iciaia aepioro ,tne
incident the more in tnat its opponents
have- been alleging federal naurpatlon
of power properly lodged In the eeveral
atate. It I therefore with extreme re
gret that the administration realises
thst Judge Pritchard has Itlrred need'
lees discussion over atate rights, snd
did not permit th state of North Caro
lina to compose its own differences with
ins Doutnern railway.
Mutagen - of " Continental" Houses
Combine to Form Variety
A SCIENTiriC 0XEAKTAST
Rightly selected food will alone cure
Try a eclentlflo and healthy break
fast: Fruit of some'' kind, preferablj
cooked:' a dish of Orsne-Nut wltf
cream: two soft-boiled mm: Pat-tn
" in a uo pint eup of boning wster,
cover and set off tar nine nlaniu
White will then be the conltenoy of
- , aiiuv
crisp loaai. sup of Postum Food
vuiltl, - j,
On that breakfast yon ean work like
a horse and be perfectly nourished tintll
' Uf.'2'i nervous troubles, heart pal-
""" ana dowsi 1 rouble,
5. "eJromSlJnt" "d various other
disorders wUl gradually disappear and
Arm eolld health will set In. -'
WhyT You have probably been living
, that does not contain the required ele
ments the body need. That oi
;food. and coffee "i. the dlrVct'o? it
direct .cause of more than half the Ala
the human body aequh-es. ?l
O rare-Nuts is a perfectly cooked 1nA
'and both that ani the Poetum f22
Coffee contains fine mieoroscopio oartS
le of phoaphat of potash obtained le
natural way from the grains ofthe
field and by scientific food experts li.
corporated Into food and drink. That
element Joins with the albumen In food
10 mane sray mailer, whloh ia k
tiling ef the brain r-Alls and the nerve
tentrea throughout the human bod v.
A nmn or woman thus fed Is sclentl-f.-nlly
f1 and rapidly grows In vigor
e,i vniity, snd oecomes oapsbl of
-..., ng eitccessfully th affairs of
j 'i rt produce a perfect body and a
,., ;)'.,., .. tn brain, th body must
) 1 . e 1 ' ' kind of food and tha ex
t-'t ' 'tut knows how to make
li. ,'ie-Nuta and Postum
I 1 tro t ired at t.'ie pure food
1 - - 1 l owtiim Cn.4 at Puttls
t ! "I he Rond to Well-
. 4 . V ft iteasoa.
' (Joarsal gpertal serrlee.)
Barltn, July 10. With a view to se
curing a larger number of " American
vaudeville attractions for continental
variety theatres. Invitations have been
sent to the managers of leading vaude
ville nouses or turope to sttend con
ferenoes In Berlin next month. It Is
hoped that the meeting, whloh la Inter
national in scope, will lead to the eon.
elusion of sgreements concerning Ira.
portatton snd terms of payment of for
eign specialty performers, snd the adop
tion ok oiner measure loosing 10 more
aavantatteoua tmslnees relations, thnurh
It la denied that ths plan contemplate
the organlsstlon of a trust American
vaudeville specialists, who have enjoyed
a-rowins popularity nmi in recani years,
nsve proved airncuit to obtain, per
formers hesitating to make a Journey to
fulfill only one contract. Managers hope
to perfect an agreement whereby spe
cialty people of the- first rank, will be
assured of a profitable tour if they come
MEET IN DENVEE
(Joersal gpeelsl terries.! - -
Denver, Colo., July J0 Beginning to
ly and continuing through the ret of
Is week Denver and vicinity will be
the rallying place for hundreds of stamp
collector throughout). th country. Th
occasion Is th annual convention of th
American Phllatello association, which
began Ha eeaalons today. An Interest-
Ins contest for the presidency of the
association la- already on, the leading
candidates for the place being el Boeb-
lln ef Pittsburg snd J. N. Luff of New
Tork. Not the least attractive feature
of tb gathering is the elaborate dis
play of valuable collections of rare
stamps by dealers and members of th
SHOTGUN INJUNCTION :
V ' AT E0AD CE0SSING
(gneeial Dtopatea ta Tk Jearaal.) '
flookana. Wash.. Julv 10. The nreat
Northern ha stopped the Blackwell
road from Tsulldlng a trestle over its
road at Northport. Ths company ha
"'""'n guara iner sna reruse to
allow the new rosd to drtve plllns. Ths
maiier is now before the officer of th
two roads it a ik,hi - .
may be reached this week. ,
Showers Do Ko Crop Damns;,.
Oarfletd. Xt'a-v. T..i a .
!.?TL . V?v f n' over the PUh
"""7, and h sir I now cool and in
vigorating. There are hundrada ef
Boston, Mass., July 10. Sons and
daughtera of the Jonathan Fairbanks
who emigrated to America la lilt and
aettled . In Dedbam, Massachusetts, In
lC3t, of whom Vice-President Charles
Warren Fairbanks la one, held their an
nual reunion today. . During the day
the members of the, family, ' several
thousand In numbsr, made a pilgrimage
to the old homestead In Dedham, re
turning to Boston this svenlng In tlms
to hold a family banquet la Berkeley
Ths old homestead at Dedham has
been In the possession of -the family
continuously ' for 170 years, and ths
family association, which la Incorporat
ed, proposes to raise a fund to preserve
It in perpetuity. . - - '
There are said to be 1,000 - living
families who trace their origin to Jona
than, first American Fairbanks, among
whom are too civil war veterans.
Among the prominent members of the
family, Id addition to the vloe-presldent
of the United Btatee, are Victor A. Met.
calf, secretary of ths navy; Arthur Ik
Batss. member of congress from Penn
sylvania; Josiah- Qulnoy, ex-mayor f
Boston; Andrew B. Draper, atate super
intendent of Instruction of Now Tork:
Mllo A- Jewett, United Statea consul at
Sivas, Turkey;-Dr. Albert Shaw, editor
or tne fteview or jtteview; count
Margharita do Chraporttekr of Russia:
th Marchlones of Donegal, Belfast,
Ireland, and Judge Francis J. Wing of
cieveiana, umo. .
FOR 18 DAYS
Three Women and One Man
Enter on Wait for' Got
, ernmentLand.- '
' will be M aamag u U at this Urn,
(Joaraal Special , Berries.) , ''
Bacrainentov Cat," July 10. three
woman ;snd one man ylrday entered
upon long, weary wait at the door of
the United States land office in thla
city In order to be the first In line on
the moraine of Aurust It. whan land
In Calaveraa and Tuolumns counties are
to be restored to entry. ,
These lands were restored to settle
ment by homesteaders on December 14
last, but will not be aubjeot to entry
for timber, scrip or lieu until August
It. After that data actual settlers will
have preference for to daya over all
others applying for entry. Some choice
land will be thrown open, and th
scramble for It promises to be snlrttsdl
The women snd the man on watch are
irvm uiiv L 7 vui m iitihi nu tine
upon ths location tney propose to make,
They enter upon their It days watt with
a fortitude that promise to carry them
ST0EMS MEET AND trr-
; CAUSE WATEESP0UT
, 1 hi 'V.
IJooraal Special Berries.! '
Sacramento. July 10. Yesterday af
ternoon a phenomenal feature was wit
nessed from the shore of Lake Tahoe.
Two storms, coming from opposits di
rections met at Carnellan bay, near the
ststs line, and watchers on the beach
say sprsy rise from the lake In the
form of - a - pyramid. A waterspout
alowely crossed, ths bay and broke when
it reached the shore of the stat line
point. - 1
four or nve boats containing fisnini
parties, had narrow escsne. In one o
these waa Attorney 8. I White of this
cuy, ana Ksipn LiOwe or Ban Jose.
Through superhuman efforts - of ths
ooatment tnev reached ahore and anlv
jua in urns to svoia ine waterspout,
DENTISTS MEET IN '
. (Joersal nseelal rrtra.l
Minneapolis. Minn.. July 10. Knlshts
of ths forceps, the men. who treat ach
ing molars, hundreds of them not only
irom au pan 01 in unuea mates,
but from a number of other countries
sa welL sre to be tne guests of Mln
neapolls during ths remainder of this
week. The oecsaion is the annual con
vention of the National Dental associa
tion. Paper will be read by eminent den
tist from Franc, Swltserlsnd, Ger
many, Italy and England, snd, while ths
. , , - - .
jCtEANSES AND BEAUTIFIES
We sell for less even
on our liberal time
methods than does the
cash merchant. The
great variety in all
lines of Home Furnish
ings found , in this
store insures' the .lady
or gentleman in search
of either modest goods '
at modest prices, or the
more elaborate and ar
tistic of home decora-,
tions. A choice to meet
universal approval. '
"cr-vurrrz cizllc itfoi? li-co"
We do not handle
credit as thou-h it
were some bit of finery
only to be enjoyed by
a few. We have alwa
found that it payf'to
trust people. We make
of this great establish
ment meeting place
for both rich and poor
man, on one , founda
tion of generous credit
to all alike.. - ' ,
People who are not held down ty home, business or other duties'seem to be making a mad rush for the cooler
clime of the seashore. . The wiser ones take such articles as are necessary. We. offer here a few of the many,
little needs at very little prices. '' rS":--1 ' ;;:.'',:;;. , : , .'.'',.':',., ;;Vr'.;Vi;.;'V;-:v;-'V::.
Kicklc Plated Solid Copper Kettles
Seamleis body, an excellent value at ef AA
$1.75, on salt at, each .............4... J1UU
Nickel-plated solid copper Tea and Coffee Pots,
carved designs. " v: ''.v".!:.-..
The 4-pkit, $1J5 aixe .,....fl.OO
: The 3-pint, $U5 aUe 90e)
Platters Thai Will Slssi Picking
Fancy 14-inch white semi-porcelain, re(ular 63c
Platters to clean up quickly .
A few 12-inch Platters in plain white seml-porcslaln. ' 1
These are 35c values, now offered at - .............,......1JC
A number of 10-inch K. T. and K. Platters. This is the best of OC
semi-porcelain makes. Actual 65c values, atw. .-JC
Stew Kettles, aUes 10 and ls-inch, 20c and 25c regular selling . A.
kettles, on sale at. each ..........vC
Knives, forks, spoons, cooking utensils, dishes,1 cups, and all essential
added features to the success of the outing trip, we offer at very small
cost. ' . iVY v.'." .:; '
Sale bl Good CoiiTforPorcli
Just the sort to add a touch of good looks to the
general appearance of the yard or porch, and a
mighty good assurance are these to Jh lovers of
not weatner conuort. ..,, . , ... :
$10.00 old Hickory Chairs at ,...,i.;....f T.2S
$ 8.00 old Hickory Chairs at 5.28
$ &50 old Hickory Chairs at ........... .14.25
$740 Porch Settees, dark green or f4 CA
dark red 4.0U
- NOTEThete out of doorv pieces are those
left from a sale which we had on the same. The
prices are lower than -we . have ever offered on
these same.. . . v j-
A Word About Sewino niachines
Perfected to a degree of complete
fitness In every way to better satisfy
the lady who wants to get out of a
machine all that can possibly be put
into one, the Gevurts "Special"
sounds the note of higher satisfaction.
The price, $25.00, goes a small way
toward proving tne merit of the ma
chine. There would be a .whole lot
more "home sewing" done If every
Portland lady was acquainted with
this highly reliable machine. $1.00
down is all it takes; then 50c a week
Clearance of Women's Garments
To increase the interest of those
In search , of clearance prices and a
few real bargain we quote a few
Skirt prices from- our little-metro-',
politan suit room:
Ladies' finely tailored .and neatly''
trimmed Skirts in such of the coU,s
ors as are mostly ia demand, as ;
well as plain blacks, and novelty
mixtures. The values 4 ftp ,.
from $040 to $8.00. Choice t.aJ
These Skirts are not out of sea
son, but strictly new.
Misses' Skirts in about the same
material and trim.at . -v AC
the special ;.... J.J
Ladies' regular $7 JO white Mohair
Plaited Skirts. Skirts of -the right
material and hang for stylish
summer wear. , t ; CO OC v
Choice ...... . . ......... 9al.70
Women's very finest Silk Petticoats, of elegant soft chiffon taffeta ma
terial; in black only. These Skirts are elaborately trimmed down the
front and at bottom with medallions and heavy sUk applique. ; A QC
These $15.00 values, special .p7e03
01 Interest to Men
We are going .to inaugurate.
three days event of no mean in
terest to the man of shrewd vis
ion. About oar Men's Suits, we
would mv that they are the best
we can get together for-the price.
When we buy suits of the tailor
we take the same essentials into
consideration as we expect of the '
man who buy of uaT' Nowcom-J
menctng tomorrow ana untu Fri
day night 'we will offer , men's
high grade tailored suits at very
inviting prices, v ' v
A very fine assortment in pattern and
cut, ranging In value from t f A C
$17J0 to $20.00. .Choice.. 1140
f Outing Stilts ..
In 'finely woven and patterned gray
worsteds: $22.50 Values t 1 A AC
at, choice . . , ,". , 'VT A
Men's ' very neat and ' stylish gray
checks in tne suit, value- S A AC
$15; Thursday special .. . J:1U.D
Men's three-piece Suits, In the popular
invisible over-plaid effects; the $22.50
V. ':... ,.. ... .'$14.45
In addition to these four Suit specials
we offer all other Suite in fancy wor-
steda, black unfinished worsteds and
Thibets also all staple blue Serges at
greatly reduced prices. . , T .
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To Slranger Friends
Those of you who are in Portland for' a short time or expect to be here
soon we ask that yon favor us with a visit while in the city. v -
i h E ndeavor to
"'; YAQUINA BAY ' , ;
Has One of the Finest Beaches
ipft on the Pacific Coast
IDEAL SUMMER RETREAT
. It is easily reached, , is not an expensive place to visit, has ex
cellent hotel accommodations, affords perfectly safe and delightful
surf bathing and all sorts of beach pastimes, such as dam-bakes,
oytter hunts, fishing, pebble and shell gathering, 'etc, enjoys , a".
mild and inviting climate, picturesque sceaery, and all the other at- j
' tractions that can be desired for recreation snd pleasure. , '
NEWPORT is reached by wayVf the Southern Pacific to AP
. bany or Corvallis, thence Corvallia tc Eastern R. R. ' Train service ,
daily and the trip a pleasure throughout , Leave Portland 8 a. m.
"Rate from Portland $6.00 for the round trip. Tickets on sale ..
daily and good for return until October 31. The; is also a Satur- ,
day-Monday rate from Portland of $3.00, tickets on sale Saturdays,
good, for return Mondays. Correspondingly t low rstes from all'
other points. Call at 'the city ticket office of the Southern Pacific,
Third and Washington streets, in Portland, or st sny S. P. sgency
. elsewhere, for complete informstion. , . , . j ...
WILLIAM McMURRAY,-'':' v
GenersI Psssenger Agent, Southern Pacific Company,. Portland,' Or.
American element predominates, the
gathering Is of a most .'cosmopolitan
chsraotsr. . Several aadltorluma are to
be used for th business sessions ef
ths saaooiation and Tor tne numerous
demonstration and clinic. The ehl-
bitlon of dental sood and supplies In
connection with th meeting Is th larg
est display of Ha kind vr aeen any
where. . . . i '
Tha officers of ths national assoois-
tlon who have charge of the conven
tion are: President. A. II Peck. Chi
cago; first vice-president, D, 3. Wo
Mlllen. kUnaas Cltri seoond vloe-preal-
dent, O. U. Hunt, Indianapolis; third
vtce-prealdent, O. 8. Vann, Oadsden,
Alabama; corresponding secretsry. Bur-
r 1 at Ta..i.
enrelsrv. C 8. Butler. Buffalo
urer. A. , tL Melandjr, KjaosvUl,
PK0MINENT MAN SAYS
. IIE IS "AN EMBEZZLER
, 1 (Jeernal Sperlal gerrfee.r
Kenton, Ohio, Julf 10. Attorney. K.
B. Boack, former mayor and chairman
of tbe Hardin county Republican ou
tlve committee. . has given him
self up to ths eherlff, confessing that
he had embesaled 121,000 Irom an -tsts
msnsged by hlra. .....
UNRULY 0IRLS BOLD
; BREAK FOR LIBERTY
"nokane. Wh July ifl. Tearl Clsy,
a ft-rear-old Uunate f the Uous el
One of the Most Attrsctive Ccach Resorts
f on the Pacific Cosst Just Now b; "
Teat, toe saoatk ef the Clsjnbla, aUver, em the Washing-toa
-r-r? atSe, teseheA froze the Olty ef IMrtlaad oa the t" 7
'V'.w"? ;,.,: splendid eaVarslomi .4 ... . J
ar abovt hoxtbs.
It Is dotted It entire lanorth with
tent cities, villas, fine hotels. ln an the
smusemeni soceesories 01 a popular summer Deacn resort. XTV
?'bs.uai ivj ru .ior rest, seaitn ana a gooe time.,
or their Bummer outing. Try It . .
compact ae a composition pavement.
towns, oottag settlements,
.Thousands, go there
The Potter Sails Every Day
. . :;;'!.: i ,' ,e publlhd schedules.
Fare From Portland, Round Trip, $400
Saturday to Monday Tickets $2.5Q,
. Purchase tickets setf make reservation at Cfty Ticket Offlc. Third
and 'Washington straeta Portland; or Inquire ef any O. B. N. agent
elsewhere for Information.
sT.osTtrAT. eVsaaraV raasenges Areas, rOHTXAITS, OB.
th ' 60 od Bhepherd. tnadS her esoap
Sunday by tying a sheet - to a water
pipe and letting herself down from a
window, lumping the last 14 feet. She
waa la chapel at the time and asourad
permission to retire to the anteroom by
making her nose . bleed. . Free, ehe
honed to someone at a privet resl
enca. whom sh called ''Frank." mr,A
told him to meet her with 15 at Wash.
Inaton and Front streets, r Bhs haa not
been found. , . .- : . .,
- Metsger sails diamond at II per cent
profit ' ..; . : . .
lit Washington Is ths center of
teref t for men today. .
Prefer: ITtoek Coxae aoeS.
Mla A LewUr sieet brand.
Nlseteectli Yesr Opens Sep
tember 16, 1937; -
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The academy fits boys and g'rls for
astern and western college. Boarding
hall for girls provides for . a limited
number.; fclementary grade, boLfrl'
marv ana grammar, under tn e.
manesement, ORlc hours during
summer, t a. m. .to II m. and from
I to p. m. For .catslome, address
Si. l .l-Li- J -A L XI !
Th people who read and answer sdj
sre th pr!e who make business end
buslna , 4 OSprl . poMllile, la wu4
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