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VHIPPING POST KEEPS
WIFE BEATERS IN FEAR
eputy Sheriff Beatty Considers This Method of Punish-
ment Effective in Suppressing Crimes for Which It ;
Is IntendedNo JJrutality, Says the Deputy. v,
K it 1 is 1 1 it ; . -y-.- ,: . .v
15 r t-W
:, - j m - ' - , V JITmii mum i' - iiiriii- Vjt"- estta. -
HEED 110 PIIY
Progress of Christian Propa
ganda Described in torea
by Eey. Graham Lee.
GEE AT ENTHUSIASM
Result of lS len Labor at Pyeng
Tanls fomr Chnrchea, a Educa
tional Institution, and Theological
r I i
Whlpplnt -Port and-Pillory,
k vhlnnlnv nnat la bneflctal. It
hot bniUl. but U fctlv !a'sup
haing tli Crimea for which It Is a
iahment This la th opinion or
ntr Sheriff Frank Btty who aa a
iahment, care Henry Bhaerer ' 1
ea with ' the cat-C-nlne-talla laat
rmv nnrnlna' for wife beotlna.
Uniit Bhortff Raattr formerly lived
Newcaaue, Delaware. In which town
oca'cd one or the two wnippmn
a nf ih atata. To Nawoaatla
onera aentenoed to the whipping
are taken from all OTer tnenorin-
beptitr SHerlff R.' Beattf .
In Nawcastla. Delaware, JalL
era part of the ' atate. and they are
wnippea every eaiuruay - luuium ,
- awnm zb fan Tin. r
jail yard, aid the aatea are thrown
open lo uie dudiio irnrn wmmui
bealna." amid Beatty. "Children are not
allowed inelde the yard. There are ue
uaJly from 1 to fl prlaonera to be
whipped every Saturday morning, and
more man w per oani. m. .umta mi w am
to atrike In the same place well up on
me nuutuoi a. xv wntmw vw
the back probably would eauee aerloua
Injury. And . when the blows are all
more. Many a time X have beard some
negro ai ine- wnippmi "
"'Scatter 'em a HtUe. boas. Scatter
"No white man erer aoes ta the
Whipping- poai twice, ana in iv niumii.
mere was out one wnnw mu wuii
aw. ha a nrlnjb.
and much tougher aklns, come . back
aomeiimes mm ur cuur v,. ...... v.
I have seen the same negro whipped
on two oonavcuwvw miuiimwi
. v VHnai Whlcsed the Most,
"The whipping post is not used only
for wife beaters, but . as a protection
.i... i.MAnM ' tint th, nirrn'i
love for chicken overcomee his fear
Or Being wnippea. ana m
men sentenced to the whipping post
r-Besfaes"lt-Is .not often that the
lashes are tne oniy punisnmenu mn
always the prisoner bas to stand for
an hour or two In the pillory, and
frequently there Is a term on the rock
pile to be served after the laahea are
l. i a wmam.Km . mn a raflaral
prisoner. He wes given 10 lashes and
trier Deing wnippea uy " i ,
. . - U . mm-v Ua M ha hail
b-en In Jalla.' both ' federal and county,
all over the country, but ho wouldtake
peine in tne xuture vt " -
"The effect bf the 'whipping posts
at Newcastle and Dover Is to keep
the state nearly clean of wlfebeaters.
Some say the punishment is brutal,
but it certainly Is no more brutal than
for a man to beat a helpleaa little wo-
Aav.A Hafanri haraalT.
lunn whw . - - - - - - wa
"It was a aood many years ago. that
I lived In Delawara W. J. Hofmann.
who now lives In Portland. lived In
. , r JtlA mwtA aa Klt h
went to Sunday school and belonged
to the Bible class. And every Sunday
morning Hofmann and I with threw or
four other memoere or me ciaa. went
lO in jbui miu an..a j -;
prisoners. Every Saturday morning we
went to tne jau n w my
sheriff of that county for a long time.
a v,mA aharaa n tha Newcastle lalL
IN FREEWATER PAKK
;aJ.1 TManatok t Hl Journal.)
eawater. .dr., Aug. . Tha . social-,
of southeast Washington ana norm-
Oregon held a joint plenlo in rree
r nark yesterday, commencing at I
, and continuing until 10 o'clock
' Refreshments were servod and a
-am of . music ma lanrn waa
i A stereoptlcnn exhibition was a
including the ",Vhlte Hand,"
n on a screen im -aa. wiuai-, a"v
production onr-the phonograph of
nh Wannope s speecn ana oiner
neS. JHUftlO waa luiliiPiim U
orchestra of Walla-Walla. ,
Lund Subject to Escheat, '
isaapui niaattek ta The Jaaraatt
vmDla, Wanh., Aug. I. According
rulina iiikuv vuav ' i nwiawui
rney-Oenernl A. M. Falknor. a 40
,rpt In Wahkiakum county, said
n one of the best In the county. Is
not to eacneei 10 tne aiaie on
proper proceedings to be Instituted, by
the stale tax commission. The land
was granted by patent of the United
States government to one Richard Dick,
an Indian, who died . Intestate eight
- Pioneer's Death at Long Creek.
(Rperlal Dtapetck to Tbe InsruL) -.
Long Creek, Or., Aug. (. Thomas Jef
ferson Davis died at his Home Satur
day morning at this place at the age
of 77, after an illness of several years.
He was one of the early settlers of the
Rltter neighborhood, having arrived n(
that Dlace from California In 1885.
He euffered a stroke of paralysis sev
eral years ago. He is survived by bis
wue, mree aaugniers ana a son.
Hotel Transfer at Wallowa
r-narlal Tlmttb to The loareiLl
Wallowa, Or., Aug . 8. V. Cray has
purchased tne rtaun notei ror 11,600
and will t axe cnarge Bepiemoer i. ,
' The workers In the oil fields about
Beaumont( Texas, are planning . to re
organise the oil end gas workers' union.
t naham T. who for ' tha laat
11 years, baa been engaged In mlsslon-
w in ptmis Tanr. Cores, ooou-
pled the pulpit at tbe First Presbyterian
church laat evening, urapnicaaiy
detail Mr. te described the progress
a tha miaalnnarv Drotagaada In Corsa
from a day II year ago, when ha and
another missionary, air. "" -
anarniirula k U MuKTT mob and COm-
to April lam wui - . i .
vacation trip ta America, e-corted bv
1.100 devoted Coreans; who . marched
ihraa ml).. In tha Station Sad StOOd IB
Una to' bid him good-bye.
V rttf Is jreeaea. .
4tr . . ..k.a h,n an avMrlence
like that than to have all the wealth
that has been amassea oy
feller family," said Mr. Lea Ha scath-
tngly arraigned those who pity foreign
miaaionariaa ."u phhi ' -'r;:
on foreign missions wssted. stating that
In Fyeng.rang, wnicn i - -
an absolutely virgin field, there are now
rour 'cnurcnes, an tacuian
r . . . L .a It... ha whAm a.ra
tion Willi tvv ituumiM, ." " , ,
entirely self-supporting, and a theologi
cal seminary 01 aiuu..v.,
clsss of which vu graduated and re-
m at. 1 1L.. la ai m wT Til Tth
Trie attendance at one of the churches
Is so great mat it is iwotmot w
women's services In tha morning and
men's In the afternoon.
arowta of Chrlatlaslty.
m.a i t a w tlawalAnmanl - ft 4 &
Christian home out of a heathen com
munity was vividly portrayed. In part
Mr. Lee said: . ;
"Imagine that you were born la Core;
that your father had bought your mother
and paid for her aa he paid for his horse
or ax, ofttlmes giving her poorer traat
mertt that he gave bis ox: that your
education cun.t.iru m 7 .....
lng characters; that yoar sister never
got any education, for a girl waa not
Z .A wua anw that Wh.ll , a
daughter was born friends tame and
condoled With your tamer Decause a airi
was born In the house; that your mother
Firepared your father's meal and brought
t to him, and ha ate it alone, and when
he nad rini-nea your muint
children took what waa left and ate It
In the kitchen.
. - Advertlsts taportaawa.
' "A missionary who has the good tor
tune to develop Christian homes, from
w ... 1 Arm ma .Mil anv nltv.
and the man who pities the missionary
only accomplishes one thing be adver-
lists nis mnuranta.
Referring to the wonderful enthusiasm
1 . vr Tm mmA that
the daily attendance at a class for Bible
study was over ivv, ma mimmm lain) di
vided Into seven sections, and at the
evangelical services In the evening the
k.iii.Hn waa iaa amall antl the women
hsd to go to some other place and the
boys or tne scnooi 10 1 i"mj
for their meeting. The general result
-a . , 4 u.l. 1 t Ka mmmiriflal aa
embracing a wonderful spirit of Inter
cessory prayer never before known, a
wondernil spirit Ol jove. mr
known, and an earnest desire tobe ab-
1 --. -, , 1 .a T r-hvlat Tria npft.
vailing sentiment of all Corean .songs
was tnat or uajiuia uaD uvaf-, ,
now, due to the work of the mission
ariea, can be heard throughout Cores
songs of Joy, of peace, of hope.
. T anka In atilnafatf tarttia f
hta cowdricer, Dr. J. Hunter Wells, medU
cal missionary or tne sirai rrajowraw
church. , .. ' . v
CONSIDER THE ULIE8
Lessons to Be Learned From the
Flowering Plant. . ,
nil TtaautlfuL" a story of tha lily
and the lessons to be learned from the
flowering plant, was tne suDject ien
k. CL Shaffer, of the First
United Brethren church, at the service
yesterday. His sermonising waa for the
benefit of those who have an opportun
ity to live next to nature during the
summer vacation season and those who
have to remain at home. The sermon
created -auHo- an Impression- in the
simple lesson tola. . - .
Cat, VI - Shaffa liM In. nart:
"Consider the lilies? Tes. this Is the
work of the student of sesthetlcs as well
ss the work of the student of botany.
We now approach the flowers, not aa
plants, but as "the poetry of earth, se
the stars ars.the poetry of heaven." In
the opening 9t the petals, we see God s
smile; In the delicate tracings, we see
God's autograph; In the fragrance we
find God's fountains. We may have
Urge circumference here. The water
lily yonder on the lake calls to us: its
many petals are all signals of peace;
the calla Illy, whiter than the whitest
snow, mora perfect than Grecian art,
and more attractive than marble statu
ary. But the lilies are our text.
'We may wander along the banks of
rivers and into the forests; we may Its
ten to songs of birds In the trees, and
to the harmonies of the hillsides in bab
bling brooks, we may catch the pink
glow of the sunrise on the summit of
the mountain, and wa may muse st the
dying of the day as we- watch the red
trail of the sun, painting the majestic
deep with Its own colors and crowning
esch crest with gold upon -which ths
jewels of the ocean flash llks diamonds.
"Oh, little Illy, thou art not God, but
I have seen him in thy fsce, have felt
him in- thy fragrance, have respected
him In thy order, have admired him
in thy beauty, have touched hire in thy
garment, and have worshiped him at
thy side. Oh, God, thou are every
where." ' TEN MIXLTES TALK -
1 1 UosriG
Oun ' ;
are pure. Packed flavor
tight in dust-proof car
tons to protect their
purity and flavor.
J. A. folrfor ta Col
' Vast Fa-sundae - '
' Isiserlari vf Ftsvw Tana '
His Ambitions." and warned against be
ing over-ambitious. He said, in part:
Ambition is as fierce a mental pas
sion as hunger is a physical one. Hun
ger has always obtained since man be
gan to Inhabit this world. So has ambi
tion. It had Its rise before the white
toga of Rome- named It, for the thing
must always exist before the name.
It Is a brother to -those sppetltes which
Insure the preservation of the race and
of tbe Individual, but, like hunger, It Is
a hard msster. It Is aa cruel as tha
lynx, aa cunning as the leopard, and as
fierce as ths wolf-pack that surrounds
its victim at nightfall.
"It Is unfortunate, howsver. If a
vountr man la not ambitious. If a man
has that desire t make the moat of
himself, ths first thins for him to do
is to prepare for the highest place. He
should fill his mind with great thoughts,
as ths hild of the ship Is filled with bal
last. He may not need the cargo this
trip, but the day will come when It will
be needed, and that will be his oppor
tunity. THe should do little things
grandly. 1 Even hauling sawdust' or
splitting rails may be mads a noble
thing. The ambitious man must provide
a reserve. Tbe trouDie witn nearly an
of us Is that we work nn. to the limit
and have 00 reserve. .
Dr. Wilson Contends Hen Are Born
for Something, Not Everything.
Dr. Clarence True Wilson took for
his toplo at Grace church last night,
"Education. Shall It Be Selr-Made or
"A man Is born for something, but
not for everything, said the speaker.
"Cowper failed aa a barrister, but be
came a great poet. uoiasmim s pen
mighty, but his knife bungled as a
surgeon. Horace Greeley was a rallure
on bis farm, but not so in tha editor's
chslr. U. S. Grant" 'Waa ths poorest
banker and the greatest general of his
time. There ays born preachers, law-
Sers, teachers, bankers, farmers, but
aere Is not one born to be all of these.
"Human life has been enlarging for
1,000 years. Ws name the result1 of
this gfoVth civilisation. Our first
parents we perfect, but they were not
developed. Adam could not ride a bicy
cle, nor could Eve run sewing ma
chine. But these and thouaands of
other things we must do In order to
keep up witn tne procession, ins prob
lem Is. how In a few years can we en
able a given Individual to realise the
results of the world's pro gross, to mas
ter the present civilisation and be ready
to advance. Three words answer this
question heredity, environment and
HOUSE 111 DAY
Fraternal Order Members
Ruslr Construction for"
, Widow of Brother. .
THQ POLICYHOLDERS' COMPANY . s
URELY OREGON" BEST FOR AN OREGONIAN
ROME OFFICE COS. SIXTH AND AXXENY STREETS, PC2ILAN0
L MILLS, I SAMUEL, t CLARENCE S. SAMUEL,
1'reilOCDC . ., wencrai manager. .. ; swssiiiani jHsnsgcr.
' ,. " ..'r---i- .". . ' VT
Rev. Mncklef Diacnaged "Tha Ma
jesty of the Law. . I
Trtev. E. S. Muckley spoke for ten min
utes on "The Mslesty of the Law," last
night at the First Christian church,
the gist of the tslk being that rich and
poor alike should be held amenable to
the laws under any and all circum
stances. He said the world should be
rid of anarchists of all kinds, both those
working In the open and the kind that
sail under other colors.
The talk Involved both ths Haywood
decision and the Standard Oil fine, the
speaker saying that he believed the trial
in the Haywood case would result In
acquittal because of the lack of cor
roborative evidence, although It was In
no manner a vindication of the methods
of the. Western Federation of Miners.
In the Elklns law, he stated, waa framed
the law that finally caught the oil
monopoly, and for that reason he said
new laws should be enacted to meet
new conditions as the world progresses.
A fins musical program waa given be
fore tha talk.
PROVIDE A RESKQYE
a ... .
Rev. Everett M. BUI Warns Young
Men Against Being: Too Ambition. ,
- At Taylor-Street Methodist church
last night Rev. Everett M. Hill, spoke
ea the subject "The Young Maa and
. . (Jovraal Special Barries.)
Ssn Jose, Cal., Aug. I. Tbe Woodmen
of the World Sunday completed a cot
tage In the Interurban tract for Mra
R. p. Eraser, widow of a lata mem
ber of the local order. The house was
started by members of the carpenters'
union laat Bundav and but Utile waa
done. Yesterday Woodmen ran special
cars to the scene, and 110 men car
penters, plumbers, palntera and plaster
ers began work at an early hour, prac
tical ly finishing the neat dwelling by
I o clock wnen worg ceasea.
Two hundred members of the local
lodge of Women of Woodcraft prepared
a substantial dinner for the workers.
Water nines, heating aonaratus. sani
tary arrangements and all appointments
er a iirst-oiass noma were instaiiea oy
"POWER" IS NOTHING
BUT DEVILS, SATS HE
(Xoarlil 'rttanateh ta Tbe JeenuLI
Spokane, Wash.. Aug. I. The m eat
ings of tha Apostollo Christian sect aro
being attended by many curiosity seek
ers. At the close of the meetings, the
members go about kissing each other,
inataad of shaking hands, as peODls or
dinarily would do. Last night an el
derly man from Harden Lake accused
two men from Tekoa, who had been re
ceived t.e mysterious "power." -of hav
ing devils In them and denounced them
before an audience of several thousand.
Every Sunday converts are baptised
In the Spokane river.
Lewlston's Postal Standing. -
("pedal Dtapatck to 'The loam 1.) .
-1 lAmUn A,ia a Tk.
celpts of the Lewlston post offlcer(nr
July show sn Increase over thoseof
10 or almost one-mira, tne compari
on being 1..S, against $1,270. This
Increase represents tbe ' handling of
practically 111,000 more pieces of mall
for the month, or a dally Increase of
CASTOR I A
Tor Infant tad CMldrea.
fti Kb. Yea HaiaAhraj. Esuglt
L--eMTIl SLOCK ON YAMilLfRCM 2K9 TO tW
A Decisive and Sweeping Clean-Up of Beautiful Laces
ceiore mock laking.:
THOUSANDS OF YASDS TO BE LITERALLY GIVEN AWAY ENTIRE STOCK TO EE SWEPT OUT
Clear tha stoek at any aaarlflaa la the orde. That's Why tha redaettoas are tha most swaaattoaal eves gaotea ay
this great bargam ssore. our aun noes nraast up us unm, asarKM aowa so bjui, sjuzw an " """
aad thiowa out oa the ooaxvssn avt agmrea that aaake ikia a aaee la a lifetime basgala evaat . a sals without peer
parallel, aa opportunity to buy laoes oheape taaa yoava eves boaght thesa kef or ta aU yoar Ufa. Bay laeoa naw,
bay vlwtkn yoa aeaa tlvem or aot, bay for aesrt seasoa. lay ta a supply while yoa eaa at thasa neat to aothiag
vrieea. At a tomorrow -vo rains tha moat esaiUag laos selling ever wltaessea ta KrUaad begins Ova 100 feat f
ztra aelUag spsaa. aratra saleavaapla, extra wrappers aaa oasaiers, for, bear la salad, it's a saoe areas so imi,
1 asilSIa aa JUIWV w a . a 11" , aaa aaa vBiy way aj .-a
' " IV.t ania In.
eoaut aad aaa for ye area If. BUnts only of tha kargalaa are glvaa here, for many lotat that are evaa bwttar taaa these
are aot adyartlaia. for they are la limltaa aaannea aaa wiu qiuoaiy se
BtokeA ay by aa first great rusk of aayara.
35c Laces 12c
Lot 1 Thousand, of bolts of Val
enciennes Laces, all widths, edgeg
and insertions 35c
-aluet, bolt of 12 yarda
39c Laces 15c
Lot 41,000 pieces Torchon Laces
and Insertions; alt widths, neat.
desirable patterna -regular
25c to 39c values,
bolt of 12 yards for....
75c Laces 35c
Lot 2 French Valendennea Laee,
all widtha, edgeg and insertions to
match 30c and 75C val
ues. 12 yard bolt
$1.00 Laces 35c
Lot S 500 both fancy Plat Valen
ciennes and Torchons, 3 to 5-incn
widths, pretty designa
te to l.oo values,
yard bolta for
i, a to a-tnen
$1.00 Laces 49c
Lot S French' and German Val
enciennes Laces, all widths, edges
snd insertions to match.
750 and 91.00 values,
bolt of 12 yards
$1.00. Allpyers 39c
Lot 6300 pieces allover ,Lace
full IS inches wide, 20 style! to se
lect from all 50c, 75c g
and tUM values, all go
Bargains Almost Beyond Belief In tne Suit Room
No Price Is Too Low lo ; Clear Them Out
ENTIRE SIORT STOCK GOES NOW
Every one In stock at less than cost of material alone over 1,000 of tha most modish,
fashionable Skirts to go well made, perfectly tailored garmants, best all wool Broad--inth
rihevlo. Seree. Panama. Voile. Novelty Cloths, and Taffeta Silks. Black and
r.""-r . ' . . . j . .' . . -i :
all colors; alao checks, plaids snd stripes; many besutifully trimmed every one in tha
lot worth two to three timea tha money hat wa guarantee. All go in- four pig par
gain lots at -choice;
AU$5 $1 .69 1'AII $730750
Skirts I Skirts , C
White Wash Skirts $4. 98
In Linen and Indian U g
head, worth te $7.30
$1 Fancy Waists
In white and col
ors Pick 'cm out
All our Women's 39c Aprons... v....
Woman's 75c Kimonos go at..n7.7.
Girls $3.00 Wash Dresses ro-whlt
'and colors, all sUes
Women's $1 JO and $1.75 Wash Pet
ticoats, all colors and fancy checks....
All our Women's Wash Dresses, .
worth to $3.00
All Our Women's
" $15, $18 and $20
Made of all wool ma
terial, black and col
1 ' SwK?
25c II -
$2.98 for $20 Silk Waists
Just about 60 In all left and out they go at this ridiculous price to clear them out in
single day. Taffetas, Peau do Cygnet, Crepe da Chines and allover lace black and gTJ
all colors. Including light blues, pinks, Nile greens, creams, whites and lavenders all
model garments, beautifully trimmed with laces, tuckings, medallions, etc Nona
worth less than $7.50 and up to $20.00 Choice
FREE TICKETS JSSSSS
Given my with erery 25c parchase and over oa Wednesday, August 7. RemembeK one day only!
It's your chance to secure free tickets of admission and at the same time share in tha greatest bargain feast
ever known. Free tickets with every 25c purchase and over. They cost you nothing. Following is tha pro
gram for tha day:
' - ABT HOW nOM X TO .--.-.
j Prettiest baby girl under- It months High ehalr.
Prettiest bsby boy under II months Baby Jumper.
l.PrettiMit baby under It months, district north of
Holladay avenue Child's rocker. .
4 Prettiest baby under II months, Holladay aventie to
Hawthorne avenue-iChlld.'s rocker. -
I Prettiest baby under II months, south ef Hawthorne
avenue Child's rocker.
g Prettiest baby under II months, west side, north of
Washington street Child's rocket.
7Prttlst baby under II months, west aide, south ef
Washington street Child's rocker.
I Best-nature baby on grounds under I veers Go-cart.
FOOT BAOBB. ;
f Toot race. 1 9-yard dash, between wtres ef members,
10 Fat men's race, 121 pounds er over, lO-yare dash
a m ..vini dash between tnsnaetors: X CL Hann.
Pilimont division: C. F. Doty, West side division! O. W.
Bucholts. East Ankeny dlvlsiorw-Box af elgara
K V . a i.i U BoZvard dash: O. C. Flelda surtaHn-
t-ndant of transportation a W. P. division; Fred Cooper,
superintendent of transportation Portland railway division
1J Special race, 80-yard dash! F. I. Fuller, vloe-preel-dent
and general manager; B. O. Reed, treasurer; 1. ft
Sykes. general mansger light and power department; CG J.
Franklin, general superintendent Mahogany stand.
14 Bicycle race between Western Union and Postsl Tele
graph messengers First prise, cap and bicycle pants; see
ond prise, pair of slippers.
. rtrxiacrjro oomtjitts.
.. v... .it laAlaa 100 varda Order for dress hat.
1 Free for all boys, is ta it years ef age, 100 yards
Gold-filled watch and chain. .. .-
' Evening Programme
1 Tug-ef-war between east and wsst alaa carmen Box
. Roll Mntaat for tronhv. ensraved
t Wrestling contest, catch-as-catch-ean, best two eat of
three Bngravea tropny.
Kvhihitlan drllL ITnlform Bank W. O. W. Prise team
Of tha Pacific coast; Uniform Rank Knights of the Mac-
B Between Daa McAllen and Dr. Deveny, 10-yard dash
Comlo race between B. I. Pasent. advsrtlslng manager,
and W. P. Keady, land agent. SO yards. .
7 root race between four oldat platform men present,
to-varr! daah TSlaht DOUnds Coffee.
I Comlo race between Captain Ollham and T. W. Sulli
van, chief engineer light and power department,
t Fifty-yard dash, tree for all young ladles present on
the grounds order ror pair or snoea. .
can wax.x nun roa iu,
10 For Juveniles under It years Qlrl. bracelet; boy.
n ForaduUe lady, gold-beaded silk umbrella; gentle
man, gold-head ad cane. , ,
11 High-wire exhibition by Professor Penners. Parlstaa
Will be one of the most Interesting features of the day's
sport. These contests will be participated In by and be
tween rne east amateur latent in tne moino northwest
The trophies for which they will compete are superior ta
quality to any ever offered for exhibitions of this kind.
Four-round sparring exhibition between Kid Irwin, on
Jefeated 130-yound boxer, and hie training partner, Denver
Ed Ryan. Prise, gold medsl.
It Is the earn eat request of the carmen in general to the
public to secure their tickets before 11 o'clock midnight
August 7. Tickets can be procured of any carman for 10
cents, which entitles admission to Oaks grounds aad all
of above events.
No fee will be charged for entries to any ef above eventa
FRUIT GROWERS AFTER
' (Biwrlal Wtpatck te Tbe Jo-mat.)
Olympla, Waah., Aug. I. The stste
railroad commission today took up for
consideration the complaint made by
the fruitgrowers of Puyallup and Bum
tr against the Northern Pacific Ex
press company. The fruit growers al
lege that tne rates on berries to Tscoma
and Beattle are excesalve and work to
tha advantage of the California fruit
growers as against those of thla stste.
The settlement of the matter Is awaited
wltrl consldersble Interest, aa It Is the
first complaint filed against an sxpress
company by the atate railroad commis
sion since Its organisation more tbaa
two years ago. -
Largest of Labor Unions. '
(Special napatch ta The Jeoraal.l
Spokane, Wash.. Aug. . Federal la
bor union No. 11.1JJ of Spokane npw
ranks drat In the United Stat-, with
Its membership of 7e. It pays Into
the national treasury ti more than any
Other union In tha country. It was or
ganised five years ago and Is now a
member ef the American Federation of
Ihor. The wagaa received here are
11. J per day. ,
The BREAKERS HOTEL
i . .
X.BAZTYQ STsfafXn KUIOIT OF TF FACTTTO K"'" "
Electric Light. 8team, Hot and Cold Salt Watar In Kverv 'i
to Breakers, Psclflo County, Wash. Poetofflce Adtlrea. f r...