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DAILY JJSJ....AL. l'G;TLAID. TUL3DAY 'LlilliQ, JULY I), u;7.
Fi!ftAGFn FOR riPYT vfar
Enthusiastic. Over Ex
pected Grain Harvest.
GIVEN BY SCIENTIST
Old Method of Bombarding Sky by
Chemicals Abandoned, Says'IIat
; field Southern Callornlan Says
He Never Failed to Produce Bain.
. That one of the finest yield of sraln
ever produced la the history of Bhr
man county will b harvested thla year
la due to tha operation of Charles M.
Hatfield, tba rainmaker. In the opinion
of the farmers of Sherman county, who
have contracted for 'Hatfield's return
next" year. Hatfield worked In Sherman
county from May IS to July 2S of thla
year, and the commute says he ' pro
d TP a rainfall far aurpaaslnf the
, . inal . ,.
Mr. Hatfield was at the Imperial ho
tel taat Bight on hie way to his home
at Los Angeles. He left Portland on
the morning train. He ears rain Is not
produced by the old metaode of bom
bardlne; the sky, but by a eyitem of
chemical combinations and electrical In
fluenoee which cause the moisture that
Is la tha atmosphere t be precipitated.
. axoeaa el Waists!!, .
i The - tiormat-rainfall ---in - Stiermiin
county during The period of the rain
half an Inch. Hatfield eiatmesto have
produced t.l Inchea, an Increase of -ISO
' per cent over the normal.
--' "I s;are Ave demonstrations In Sher
man county and all of them were fol
lowed by rainfall," said Mr. Hatfield, thla
mornlns. "In all my experiments, ex
tending orer five years, I hare made ft
demonstrations, and never failed - to
- "My -f contrast -with the-1- Sherman
i ana extends to July 10. a Ion
than this year a teeta covered.
atteitt arvna Atit m ckxoit
' TO SB. mTLXJA.U.V TTSK TO.IM.
"This winter.' berlnnlnr November II,
I will be at Crow's lxnams, California.)
third year. ' Their norrflal rainfall for
the past 49 years had ben lncnes tor
the period of my .tests. Purine the first
year I produced 11 lnchee of ralnfalL
and last year It wae 15 Inchea"
Financial conalderatlona do not at
tract Mr. Hatfield, he says, his object
at- present helns to secure, rovemment
recognition of his process He DeiieveM
making operation. 1. a little mora than I l??. i rv7V7 iTnlted
Thslf n inch. HtfloM MimB-.tn h'.-r-eeml-arld districts all oyer the United
county people begins next year on May
, rainfall for that county from May 1 to
July 10 Is ons Inch. If I do not Increase
the rainfall I get nothing. If I In
. creese It ona inch I get 11,000, and If I
Increase It an Inch and -a half or more,
making the total rainfall I. Inches or
; more while I am there, I get II, BOO.
This year I received from W. M. Bar
' rett, . who awns a wheat farm In ail-
11am county, 10 miles from where I
made the teeta, a draft for ISO for toe
benefit I had caused to his crops. -
Ptatea from the use of his. method by
the government ... .
Bepeada am Ooadlttonsw
When asked whether he believed that
his method would supplant Irrlsatton
5 rejects, Mrs. Hatfield said it depended
argely on the conditions, r.r i
that rain ' cannot be produced where
there le no moisture In the atmosphere,
and aays the best results are obtained
where there Is a "certain amount of
rain, which la Insufficient for agricul
tural purposes. In such pieces be can
Increase the precipitation, he aays,
enough to make agriculture practical.
The rslnmaking plant used by Mr.
Hatfield Is operated by himself and hla
brother, Paul A. Hatfield. Next year
the plant-in Sherman county will be lo
cated on the banks of the Deschutes
river, -about one mile from Its conflu
ence with, the Columbia, thua securing
greater advantages by , reason . of the
moisture which Ills the canyon of the
river. - .
ABUSE MAKES OFFICER HAWSE
OF LOST COLUMBIA A MANIAC
(Joerael Bpedal Sendee.) .
a, , gag Francisco, July 10. Tha '" brain
- ef Robert Hawse, third officer of the
, lost ColumblaC succumbed last night to
tba abuse, ridicule and contempt whtoh
' has been heaped upon him aver etnoe
the investigation of th.. disaster has
T-ieen ' tn progress.' Holding;' newspaper
' articles containing criticism of his ee-,'-
tlona subsequent to, the eraah In his
heads, hla brain fiber snapped, and he
,wae mad. - - .
The Ignominy heaped upon nlra was
more than he could bear. After brood
ing for several daya over th charges
which have been made against him, hla
Intellect loet that keen adjustment that
nature provides between thought and
act, ana nis mina reeiea on into insan
131 Fair Oak street
nt the evening at his rooms.
Second Officer R.
Agerup wae with him. Hawee had spent
an hour or more reading arid rereading
the censures which had been printed
about him. He read how ha was
charged with having refused succor to
drowning women; had thrust them back
Suits $20 4o ' :
; Jrouseri $4 to Tlo
One with lots of style, of
fabric that will give you lots '
of wear really superior
suit In every respect. And
with every suit at $22.50
goes an extra pair of trous
ers, absolutely free. Butv
this special concession holds
!-ood only for a limited time
onger. . -..'
Columbia tailoring is the
very best here is in tailor
ing; youH like it and it will
save you money.' ..
' Better drop in at once and
have us make up; a light
weight suit "without delay i
and we'll hurry it so youll
be prepared for the rett of
tne not weauier.
Grant Phegley, Manager. . I
ELKS' BLDOlI 7TH and STARK.
Into tha waves when they pleaded to
him in lifeboats for help. He read how
be had seen their white faces sink back
and with the last shriek disappear in
the black waters. With a cry like that of
a wild animal he elenohed the ollpplnga
in his hands and leaped to hie feet., a
lunatic - 7 - .- .
He was placed In tha detention ward)
but the .doctors think he may recover
with rest .
. i mm '
SEA DISASTERS DUE
TO COMPANY, EULES
Sorely Afflicted. Xe Was Cured After
. Ordinary ltethods Tailed Bven
Ts Hve Selief.
There are atill people who aay that
partial paralysis ranot be cured.
If you have partial paraJysta or some
other severe nervous disorder, do you
think it Is better to be treated by
someone who Insists that you are In
curable, or to take a treatment that
grateful patients throughout the United
States testify has cured them?
A recrnt case where a cure was af
fected Was that of Mr. Charles H.
Ullden of Portland, Ionia county, Mich
igan. Mr. Gilden Is a veteran of the
civil war, and fought with the Eighth
New York Heavy Artillery. The stor
of his affliction told in his own words
la aa follows:
"In 191 I waa attacked with terrible
twitching sensations and numbness all
over my- body, which my phyelclan eald
waa paralysis and which he attributed
to a bullet wound received during the
"I seemed to be getting paralysed all
aver and finally could hardly walk. My
eyea became weak and I had to get
stronger glasses. I could not move the
lid of one of my eyes and my face and
mouth were drawn over to the right
side o such an extent that I could not
speak distinctly. I was also troubled
with palpitation of the heart
"In the fall of 1 after having been'
under the treatment of several doctors
and having' tried . electricity without
help, I bought six boxes of Dr. Wil
liams Pink Pills and got some relief.
After taking six. boxes more,' I could
stand a hard day'a tramp and another
six boxes cured ma"
- This case, like numerous others, bears
witness to the wonderful curative prop
erties of Dr. Williams" Pink Pills in
nervous disorders. V
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills euro general
and nervous debility because they make
new blood. They strike at the root of
these anu other blood diseases, sucrt, as
rheumatism, anaemia. Indigestion and
nervous troubles, such as neuralgia,
nervousness and spinal weakness. -
A valuable booklet, "Nervous Disor
ders, will bs sent free on request
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are aold by
all druggists, or sent, postpaid, on re
ceipt of . price, 10 cent a. per box, alx
boxes for 12.60, by the Dr. Williams'
Medicine Company, Schenectady, U. Y.
OUT OF OFFICE
jUg Stick Compels San Fran-
. Cisco's Boodlinp; Super
, . visors to Eetire, V ;
Columbia Off leer Testifies That Cap
' Ulni Are Roquhrd to Run.
a Full Speed. ' ' .'
(Joernal Special . Servlee.)
San Franoiseo, July 10. In ths In
quiry Into ths wrecking of tha Columbia
before Captain Birmingham, Seoond Of
ficer Agerup testified that masters of
were compelled by company regu
uruuuaiorunshlps'at full 'speed along
dangerous eoasta In foggy weather la
order to make schedule time.
"Is tt the usual practioe on tha coast
to - go - at full speed asked . Captain
"The captain always slowed up when
be heard a steiner-ahead,'was- the
"Doea the ship never slow up unless
there Is a steamer ahead T"
' "I can't recollect that we ever did. It
mtaht be once In a sreat while. Mr
haps, especially in very bad weather,
Mies Alice Osterbnrg. a passenger on
the Ill-fated ship, stated that the be
havior of Third Officer Hawse wss
gentlemanly throughout the dlsaater. ,
FINE RAILROADS FOB
; ; TARDINESS INMAILS
" ' (Josraal Seeds! Sei ilee.)
Chicago, July 10. Western railroads
are near an open- break with the post-
office- department -over- the transporta
tion or maua, owing to a number or
recent orders.'' The latest .cause of
grievance Is ths Imposition of heavy
fines on nearly all the roads for delay
In delivering tne malla. To consider the
situation- railroad men held an Im
portant conference today.
On of them declared that the fines
levied by the government against his
road In one quarter amounted to J40.000.
A almller condition on other roads was
reported. The fines were assessed un
der a new rule s
In July. lo
The roads were emased to find that
they are in danger of losing II per cent
of their mall pey unless they revise
schedules end place their mall trains
upon running-time which" they know
they can maintain in all seasons and la
all kinds ef -weather. '
The-new rule, the roads say. Is oo-
e end unjust. . It provides that
malls sre late ten times on anv
route during a period of 00 days ths
road shell be aeseseed II per cent of the
pay -of that routs for the .quarter. .
CLAD! HAYWOOD IS v :
r ; LOGICAL CANDIDATE
' (Joemal Bpeclsl Ser-vtee.1
Denver, Colo, July 10. Telegrams of
ponsratulstlon on the result of the
Rilne trial continue to he received at
federation headauarterS In thla city
from all parte of the country and from
Borne 'Of Haywood's Union coworkers
are now -claiming blm to be the logical
candidate for the presidency on the
Socialist ticket. As candidate for gov
ernor of Colorado lest year, when In
prison In Idaho, he received II. IJ!
i votee. ' -v
which went into effect
- - ; (Joeraal Special Berries.) rri
Ban JYanclsoo.. July . SO. At .1 last
night's) meeting the resignations of 14
of ths supervisors were received, 'only
one, MoOuahln, having failed to keep
his agreement and retire. He could not
be found. The resignations, read:
"I hereby resign from ths office of
supervisor of the city and county of
San Franoiseo and aa a member of: the
beard of supervisors of said city and
county; this resignation to take effect
upon presentation to the clerk of the
said board of supervisors. . '
The new members wer .Installed
without formality. Mayor Edward Tay
lor called on Clerk Kyan to read the
resignations and as It was concluded
he appointed one of the men already
named to tha vacant chair. Aa -Supervisor
Compte Is now out of town, no
difficulty arises over the failure of Mo
Oushln to hand In hla reels-nation.
The board passed a resolution callbitfj
upon ths heads of the departments ofl
tne city government to. submit financial
re porta Supervisors Tveitmoe - - and
O'Neill, the two members who retained
their eeats, made protests against the
installing o aha supervisors. .
:" Apeelal Btseatctr e The JeereaU
Lewleton, Ida., July 10. By a de
cision recently banded down by Probate
Judge Hanlon of thie'clty, the First
rresoyisnan enruen win reoeive a leg
acy of 114.000 left by- th late Sarah C.
Thompson on condition that tha church
society balld an edifice wlthln five
years, all the money to be uaed toTbuIld
and equip the structure. Litigation
arose, as in the will the money waa
given unconditionally, while a. codicil
provided that if the society bad not
built within five years tha property
should revert to. the-heirs. In -Judas
Hanlon's decision ths church Is given
absolutely the legacy of 114.000, with
oniy tne proviso or tne codicil that a
building must be erected within the
next half decade. The new building
will be ready for occunancy within
the next two years, and will be ona of
tha finest structures owned bv snv
church of the . denomination .ln the
northwest Near the church will be a
parsonage, built In tba same general
style of architecture. In tha church
will bjtlarg pips organto cost
-Cross the Street.
Robinson tt Ca's sale
on - man a
furnishings, tit Washington,, will, put
money in your pocket
Moorish and Turkish ' destana tn
Brauer'a hand-painted china. Metager'a,
41 yvasningiou sire -
' - "Preferred tttoek Censed Broods.
- Allen A Lewis Best Brand. -
Men's $1.50 Grade Under,
wear yvith sleeveless
shirta and knee length
drawers,.- made of pure
Men's Plain White Ribbed
Underwear t- .Regular 50c
GOODS C0UGHT TODAY CHARGED 0.7 AUGUST ACCC'J.iT
rcrni street '
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Buy Shoe Findings in Our Ilevi Department
Womens Sleeveless Vests5ct50c121c
. u 1 : i 'I.
- Or Four for Only $1.00 See Vindovj
Thre are five very pretty styles In Women's summer Vests, .made in the low necle,
sleeveless style; some are plairt, some are trimmed with pretty lace, some . with wash
taffeta, ribbon, and some with -shoulder, straps. They are all Swiss ribbed and in s very
good quality,. There are sizes 4, 5 and 6, plenty of these wanted numbers, and about
100 dozen to set! Wednesday. Ihu is a rousing good special wrien.we sell T v 07
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four for $1.00, or,, each
New Lot of Brown Hose We have just
received, a shipment of women's fine hose,
in brown and tan shades. Plenty here now
to supply the customers who . have been
waiting.. Some are in ' hartd embroidered
.style, some are in plain, and, some are in
lace weaves. Very superb quality from one
( of the' very best factories in the hosiery line.
They should sell for , 75c a pair, goodness
' Women's Swiss . Ribbed Vests, made of
light weight lisle in Swiss rib, . They are
low neck and have no sleeves. -They are
trimmed with lace .and embroidery, ;' swss)
' beautiful vests at, each f)C
Women's , Lisle Vests, V in plain or lace
trimmed style, with ribbon shoulder straps.
new, neat and cool.
knows they are worth it, but our rH "new, neat ana cooi, CA
price will be while they last . . . .. .. . DUC each . . . ; , . . . . .. .'. e.e.'Te 0UC 1. D)C
EVERY LINEN SUIT VJE
IHAVE . . . ; ; , ; . . .
Here is a rare opfortunity to wear smart -Wash Suits at a low price. Tlie most
aristocratic and exclusively shown, in wash suits this season, are those we have.
They are tailored'by the best workmen in the garment
business.' They are from houses famous for attaining
originality, and style. We include the very swagger
princess jumper styles, the fancy and Eton and - pony
jacket styles and the mannish cutaway coat styles. Alto
gether it's a wash suit sale unparalleled in this season's
business. Choose from any one in the lot at. ... .
O 9l $25,004X19 CAl $75.00 ctQ7 CA$125
values. values fiA-wvj values ?" values
. . . ' .. . .
White and Colored Wash Skirts, in duck or linenette In plain or fancy styles and in
nearly all sizes. There is mighty good choice here for those who come
early. They are regularly worth from
III UUM Ul luiuikiib, m jjuuu u awivjr ika aim ui
good choice here for those who. come jf
rom $1.50 to $2.25, special for Wed-
An event that all shrewd housewives watch for and benefit by. A
gathering of all our season's accumulation of soiled and mussed
linens, augmented by sample linens from the large factory that sup
plies us with our best goods. And they are priced so kw that 'tis
real extravagance not to buy. Linens are advancing shafply in price,
next season must see, them sold much higher Take time by the fore
Jock and buy now. v . ; v. . -.; . ,?
- Hemstitched. Tablecloths
Hemstitched Tablecloth A
grade; regularly sold for $6.00
each; special sale . ; , yrj
And the-$S00 grade for ,.s)6.T5
Hemstitched Teadoths Finish
ed with very pretty embroidered
designs; regular $3.50 40 OP
Vtluss, special ., eJ)CieOJ
The rjuS vafueVfotf 7.77. VfJI.TS
The $2.75 values for'C 3.25
The $2.00 values for ...,..fl.60
Round Teadoths Embroidered,
regular $5.50 values :
r4apklns of Kichardson's fin
linen; very durable wearing quail,
ties, and in hsndsoms patterns.
Priced as follows:
Worth $21.00 the 1 Cft
dozenspecial ' ePlD.OU
Worth $20.00 the -sj -I inn
dosen, specisl ....... ePlO.vil
Worth $16.50 the 10 CA
dozen," special y laleeJU
Tabledotha, In . finest ouality
double dsmask, priced as follows:
2x3 yards,, : C AA
$18.00 value ejlD.UU
l'A: ... 510.50
2x2j yards, ' ' '
$22.00 value 7
CUT CLASS ' :
Bon Bona Fancy n f .
shapes, value $2.25 e91eleJ
Bon Bona Reg. 0 nr
$3.90, special ..... V&.iJD
Bon Bona Reg. OC
$5.50, special ..... e.CD
v CUT GLASS : : .
"Oil Bottles Values CA -
$4.50, specisl Oae.DU
Cologne Bottles 'J or
Value $5.50, special ... e'iesW
Boa Bona Two handles with;
divisions, value $7.25 at..5.H5,
With every pair of white canvas
Shoes we sell Wednesday we
shall give one bottle of white
cleaner absolutely FREE
XOTr Women's Oxfords, In
four styles, representing 2,000
psirs and embracing white can.
vss and black kid Oxfords All
are moderate in jCvery way,
showinf both light and heavy
soles. Blucher and regular cut;
plain and tip toes, OA
$2.00 values ......... e)leZ7
LOT aV Women's Oxfords, in
almost every style made, Gib
son. Grecian and garden ties.
Light and extension soles, cov
ered and leather heels; msde in
swing and straight lasts. Sea
Island canvas in white, . green,
blue, pink, brawn, tan and gray
colors. The most complete line
of eanvss shoes on this cosst
Comfortable, inexpensive . and
easily to be kept clean; (j OQ
values to $3.00, special epleO7
LOT 3. Women's Shoes and
Oxfords Made In 12 styles, em
bracing Jight and heavy soles,
Blucher, button and regular
lace, patent and kid leathers. We
include three styles in women's
Oxfords that have-wdt sewed
aeles, button and lace, made-in
very stylish shapes. They are
carried in all widths and sizes
and almost any foot can be per
fectly fitted; value b1 gn
$3.00, special ....... . . $ LSI O
LOT 4. Women's Tan High
Shoes In light and heavy
soles, button and lace, Blucher
and regular pattern. - You have
the choice of any style we carry.
We will also include 12 styles
of our best style Oxfords, em
bracing patent kid and calfskins,
in button or lace. A great array
of las ts.sho wing short and me
dium vamp, dip, and straight
toes. This lot will be so com
plete that any reasonable taste
will be suited; . i ) fo
values to $5.00 ....... ?eW Q
rotter Schedule for' Beach;
The eteamer Potter will Mil front
Portland, Ash street dock this week as
follows: Wedneedar and Thursdsv, I a.
m ; Boturdev. 1 p. m. Oct tickets and
make reservstlons at cltv ticket office.
Third and V'ehlnf ton streets, C. W.
Btlnter. city ticket a sent.
Ins ton st
Co., opticians, 14 Wash-
-: i V Under tht : .
; I FOOD and uu;
I ; DRUGS ACT ; 7 y .
(I Serial No. 6768.
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la absolutely rurs and Ilealthful. . Ia Fully Afd, which means No Biliousness. Jj Thoroughly SterT!zl,
which means Ko Germs. SHOULD BE IN EVEBT HOME. THE STANDARD TABLE EIZ OF A21EEICA.
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