The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, August 07, 1907, Page 7, Image 7

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Exporters Expect to Send
Away Large Quantities
of Products.
Bailing Vessel Will Be In Demand
luulk of Wheat Goea to Europe,
Bat Steamers WIU Find Business
Brisk If Orient Bnyi the Grain.
ealltles whsrs rood field ars f fared,
and during- tha next fsw wseks m.
rl familiar craft will disappear from
their usual haunt. - Thla atata of af
fair la due to tha arrowing demand for
transportation fscllitlea throughout tha
country by, reason of tha rapid develop
ment. i
Tha aaaollna launch Imperial, which
for year ha been the moat familiar
member of tha mosquito fleet in this
harbor, will depart In a few days for
Kelso, where -ehe will be rut to rood
us ferrylnr; people and freight serosa
ths river. Shs, was sold by Captain
Kellogg of tne KeiiOBs ooat nouse to A.
Piero of. Kelso. Mr. Pierce's intention
will eventually ba taken by the Lawton.
wbloh 1 now undergoing repairs at the
Bay Cjilf. a .' ' ' '
Beg-nlar tlnr 9a to ArrtTS.
Alliance. Coo Bay.. Aug. 1
Radnnrfn. Seattle..: Aug. 8
Breakwater, Coo Bay... .Aug.
R. I). Inman, Ban Kranelsco. . . .Aug. 12
Costa Rica, San Francisco Aug. 12
Roanoke. San Pedro and way Aug. II
Nnmantlk nrlent. ...August II
City of Panama. San Francisco. .Aug. 1
being; to run her between Kelso and O. W. Elder, Baiv Pedro ana way. Aug. 30
wiin in trains on ; jonan rouiwn, oau .
m Dea
jpi br
That thing will b lively along the
Portland waterfront during; the coming
fall 1 already evident from tha large
number of craft heading this way, and
there are those who believe the Oregon
metropolis will see the biggest year In
Its history in shipping as well as In
many other lines. The wheat orop being
tha best gives reason for estimating the
heaviest kind of a grain movement both
to JHaVope and the orient, which alone
il bring Into action a large fleet of
carriers. .
Several charters hare alreadr been
made for early loading, but more ere
expected almost dallj rroni now on. ai
though shippers feel fairly securo in
the hope of being able to get bottoms at
reasonable prices when they look vt the
long list Of vessels headed this wa
from Burane In cargoes. These, rrai
will be seeking return freight, and upon
this do the shippers bank their chances
on getting tonnage ror wnarever quan
tity they may have to export.
That there will be a much heavier
movement of grain out of this pert
than ever before is considered patent
because of the completion of the north
bank railroad, the opening up of the
upper Columbia river country and the
year's heavy crop. How much of the
crop will be started for Europe Is still
a matter for conjecture, since this de
pends greatly upon the demand In the
orient. Last season, for Instance, ths
orientals purchased so much wheat that
European buyers could not compete
with them. In he event that a large
portion of the wheat in set afloat for
the orient, principally China, then moat
or tne wneat win oe moved ny meamer,
since the trade is one not often di
verted to sailing vessels.
Meyer. Wilson A Co. yesterday after
noon chartered the British ship Arctic
Stream to bring a cargo of cement from
Rotterdam to this port, and this adds
snother vessel to the list of thoe avail
able for wheat. The Arctic Stream Is
well known here, having carried away
wheat to Europe several times In recent
Several launches Leave Portland for
New Pastures.
A number of smaller boats that have
been plying the Willamette for some
time are being transferred to other lo-
Ralnler to connect
both side of tha river. It Is believed
tha venture will prove a profitable one
because people have been caused much
Inconvenience because of the lack of
transportation facilities across the river.
The Imperial Is a large craft and of
enough speed to make her suitable for
the route selected.
The gasoline launch flarell whlnh
left this place a few days sgo for Ya
qulna bay reached her destination all
right lust Saturday after a run of 17
hours In the open ocean. She encoun
tered rainy smooth water at the mouth
of the Columbia but rsn Into choppy
seas In nesrlng the entrance to Ya'
qulna bay. They caused her no damage,
however. The Oaselle will be operated
between Yaqulna City and Newport,
across the bay. In place of the T. M.
mission for the season bv tha breakins
of her propeller shaft. She will also
be utilized for taking fishing parties
over the bar where deer sea fishing Is
said to be excellent. The Tnoulna bar
Is not very rough except In stormy
weather when the excursions are "ailed
off. so the Oaselle Is ?onilipred well
adapted for her new field of opsritlo:i.
There is some tslk of one of the ls'ser
launches now handling traffic In and
around the local harbor belnc trans
ferred to a run on the upper Columbia
where the demand for smaller cr.ift Is
neavy. It la argued too, that It will he
greater with the completion of the
north bank road when any part of 'he
section along the Columbia river can be
placed within reach of the metropolis
at almost any time of the day by sim
ply crossing the river.
Arabia, orient.
Alesla, Oar. as....
Nloomedla, orient.
Sept. 1
. . .Kept, is
. .October 1
Alliance, City of Panama, Geo. W.
Elder, Caaco and Argyll In Port.
The steam schooner Casco, oil steamer
Argyll, steamers Oeorge W. Elder, Al
liance and City of Panama will be In
the harbor this sfternoon, all of them
having crossed In st Astoria this morn
ing. Ths Casco headed the list by
reaching the bay shortly after midnight.
She continued on her1 way up the river
and will be at Greenwich dock early this
The Alliance crossed In at 10 o'clock
from Coos bay and left up a couple of
hours later. She will reach Couch street
dork late tonight, so that some of the
passengers will pronaDiy remain on
board till tomorrow morning. The
George W. Elder, from San Pedro and
way ports, and the City or Fannma.
from San Francisco, crossed In shortly
after dawn, the Elder leading the Pan
ama by about an hour. The Elder will
be up about 6 o'clock, but the Panama
did not leave Astoria before noon, and
therefore cannot well be expected at
Alnsworth dock before 9 or 10 o'clock.
This being her first visit here, It Is
not known how long It will take her to
make the runjip the river. The City
of Panama cates in the ill-fated Co
lumbia's plane and will henceforth op-
prate In conjunction with the Costa
Rica on a six-day schedule. She Is a
slightly smaller boat than the Costa
Rlcn and no better equipped. Her place
Bagalat Xlara to Depart.
a. W. Elder, Ban Pedro and way. .Aug. I
Johan poulsan. Ban Francisco. . . .Aug. I
City of Panama. Ban Francisco. .Aug. 10
Alllanoe. Coos Bay v August 10
Nlcomedls, orient .'.August 10
RAnniln Rsnttle and way Aug. 11
Breakwater. Coos Bay Aug. 12
Roanoke. Ban Pedro and way. . . . Aug. 16
Coata Rica, Ban Franclaco Aug. 1
R. . Inman, Han rsncieco. . . .aub- is
Numantla, orient ...August 21
Arabia, orient September IB
Alesla, orient .etepi. zo
Yessels In Fort.
Tnl. Rr ah Elevator dock
Maori King. Br. s...East West Lbr. Co.
Alvena. Am. sen Westport
Palgonsr, Br. sh Columbia No. 1
Bee, Am. sch. .. .Willamette I. A B. Wk
Virginia. Am. schr Bt Helens
Irene. Am. schr Astorli.
Thyra, Nor. str. .Llnnton
Lyrs, Am. str Portland Lbr. Co,
Nlcomedla, Or. ss Flour mills
James Rolph, Am. sch Westport
Velvllle Dollar, Am. str Stella
Johan Poulsen, Am. str ..Oceanic
Chss. Nelson, Am. str. Westport
Nome Cltyy Am. str Stella
Yosemlte. Am. str Kalama
Oeo. W. Elder. Am. str Martin's dock
Xom Fr esc ratios for ths Skin
Bald to Work Wonders oa
tli Complexion.
A good complexion Is essential to
racial beauty, and If It cannot be at
talned naturally, then artificial means
must bo resorted to.
But all ladles regret the necessity
i uaing imitation beauty and would
gladly possess the natural roar a-lnw
with which some of their sister are
so bountifully favored.
nere is a prescription that comes
across the ocean, from France, the
iiume or so many beauty secrets, and
ii is aaia to be the most effective prep-
'"""n xnown to science ror rejuve
nating the skin and restoring the
bloom of youth as well as promoting
mo gruwm in unueveioped or shrunken
Obtain from your druggist: two
ounces or Kose Water; one ounce Spirit
or Cologne; four ounces crystallsed
oarvoin BKin rood).
fut the Sartoln Into a pint of hot
water (not boiling) and after It Is dls
soivea and cooled strain it through
One cloth and adl the Rose Water and
Cologne Spirits. Put it in a bottle or
rruit jar and keep well corked when not
in use.
This wash Is to be annlled twice
day or oftenor, and massaged well Into
me BKin. it la an inexpensive mixture,
the ingredients being obtainable at any
good drug store, and Is well worth a
i rial.
City of Panama, Am. str.Alnsworth dock
Argyll, Am. tr ronimoum
Casco, Am. str Greenwich
Berlin, Gr. sh Nushagak
St. Nicholas, Am. sh Nushagak
John Currier, Am. sh Nushagalt
Lumber Carrier Ba Bouts.
AUrelia. Am. str San Francisco
Caacn. Am. str Ssn Francisco
R. D. Inman, Am. str San Francisco
Thomas I Wand. Am. str.San Francisco
Coaster, Am. str San Francisco
Surle M. Plummer, Am. sch. . .Guaymas
Wasp, Am. str Ban Francisco
Northland, Am. str San Francisco
King Cyrus, Am. schr Ssn Francisco
Beulah, Am. sch San Francisco
Americana, Am. sch San Pedro
Alice McDonald, Am. sch Kahuhul
I.ettltla, Am. sch San Francisco
Churchill, Am. sch San Francisco
Daisy Freeman, Am. str. ..San Francisco
Ba Boat With Oemeat and General.
. .Antwerp
Buecleuch. Br. sh
Brenn, Fr. bk
Conway Castle, Br. bk....
Europe, Br. bk
Genevieve Mollnos. Fr. bk.
Rene Kerviler, Fr. sh
"August 8, Why?"
On the lapel of the coats of practically every streetcar man in the
'city has caused more talk than any recent freak in the advertising
line. It is advertising the big event that will be held at The Oaks
August 8 by the employes of the Portland Railway, Light & Power
The carmen, in conjunction with Manager Freeman, of the park,
have made elaborate preparations for the event. -During the after
noon there will be the great baby show, in which most all the babies
in Portland and vicinity will take parti There will also be a number
of swimming matches and other sporting events.
In the evening a big cakewalk will be a prominent feature on
the program. On the stage, in plain view of every one, there will
be a series of wrestling matches, boxing and fencing bouts and other
events of real interest and merit.
The leading business firms in Portland have contributed
trophies to aid the carmen in making the affair a success. The list
as compiled up to this time, is as follows:
BABT HOW rBOM 1 TO 3 P. 11.
1 Prettiest baby girl under 18 months High chair, donated by Jennings
aV Sons.
Prettiest baby boy under IS months Baby Jumper, donated by Tull A
8 Prettiest baby under 18 months, district north of Holladay avenue
Child' rocker, donated by H. C. Schroeder.
4 Prettiest baby under 18 months, Holladay avenue to Hawthorne avenue
Child' rocker, donated by Calef Bros.
6 Prettiest baby under 18 months, soutu of Hawthorne avenue Child's
rocker, donated by William Taylor.
Prettiest baby under 18 months, west side, north of Washington street
Child's rocker, donated by Powers Furniture company.
7 rrettiest oaoy unaer is monins, west siae, soutn or Washington street
uri rocKer. nnnaien dv uevuni x sons.
wards-company. m
Foot race, 60-yard dash, between wives of members Rocker donated
by Gadsby & Sons.
10 Fat men's race, 225 pounds or over, 60-yard dash Meerschaum pipe,
donated by Sig Sichel & Co.
11 Firty-yara aasn oeiween inspectors: j. u. Mann, Piedmont division
. . . London
. .Swansea
.Newcastle. K.
. Newcastle. . E.
Laennec Fr. sh
1 Plller, Fr. bk
Martha Roux, Fr. bk
Mozambique, Br. sh.
Samoa, Br. bk
Slam. Ger. sh
Thiers. Fr. eh
Vlncennes. Fr. bk Glasgow
Marechael Turrene. Fr. bk. .. .Hamburg
VUle de Mulhouse, Fr. bk Antwerp
Guethary, Fr. bk Antwerp
Plerrl Lot I. Fr. bk Antwerp
Walden Abbey. Br. sh Antwerp
Glenesslln. Br. sh Antwerp
Versailles. Fr. bk Lelth
General de Bolsdeffre. Fr. bk ..London
General de Negrler. Fr. bk London
Bayard. Fr. bk Antwerp
Vllle de Dijon, Fr. bk Antwerp
AUc Marie, irr. dk Antwerp
Eugene Rergatene, Fr. bk Antwerp
H. Haekfleld. Gr. bk Honolulu
Arctic Stream, Br. sh Rotterdam
Coal Ships En Boute.
Belen. Fr. bk Newcastle. A.
Col. de VUlebols Marentl. Fr. bk
..Newcastle. A.
Claverdon, Br. sh Newcastle, A.
Wlllscott. Am. bk Newcastle. A.
Port Patrick, Br. sh Newcastle. A,
St. Mlrren, Br. Bh Newcastle, A.
Crlllon. Fr. bk Newcastle. A
Ardencraig, Br. bk. Newcastle. A.
Eugene Schneider, jrr. DK . Newcastle. A.
St. Louis, IT. h Newcastle, A.
Burron, Fr. bk Newcastle, A.
Castle Rock. Br. sh Sydney. A.
Redhlll, Br. ss Newcastle, A.
Knight Templar, Br. ss. . .Newcastle. A.
Tymeric, Br. str Newcastle, A.
Tramp Steamers In Soato.
Queen Alexandra, Br. str Madras
Strathness, Br. str.... Port Los Angeles
Eva. Ger. ss Hakodate, Japan
C. F. Do:y. West Side division; G. W. Bucholtx, East Ankeny division Box of
cigars, donated by M. A. uunst & uo.
' 12 Special race, 60-yard dash: G. C. Fields, superintendent of transporta
tion O. W. P. division; Fred Cooper, superintendent of transportation Portland
Railway division Pair of slippers, donated by Knight Shoe company.
18 Special race, 60-yard dash: F. I. Fuller, vice-president and general man
ager; 8. G. Reed, treasurer; F. G. Sykes. general manager light and power
department; C. J. Franklin, general superintendent Mahogany stand, donated
by B. F. Boynton.
14 Bicycle race between Western Union and Postal TelegTaph messengers
First prise, cap and bicycle pants, donated by Lion Clothing company; second
prise, pair of slippers, donated by Reeves & Co.
16 Free for all ladle, 800 yards Order for dress hat, donated by Wonder
Millinery company, t
18 Free for all-boys, 16 to 18 years of age, 800 yardsi Gold-filled 'watch
ami chain, donated by Beck & Sons.
I Tug of war between east and west side carmen Box of cigars, donated
br Henry Westermire.
t Foil contest for trophy, engraved, donated by A. A C. Feldenheimer
g Wrestling contest, catcli-as-catch-can, best two out of three Engraved
trophy, donated by Butterfield Bros.
4 Exhibition drill, Uniform Rank W. O. W. prise team of the Pacific
Coast; Uniform Rank Knights of Maccabees Trophies, donated by' G Helt
keroper and Louis Gllbride.
6 Between Dan McAllen and Dr. Deveny, 60-yard dash Box of cigar,
donated by Hart Cigar company.
6 Comic race between B. I. Dasent, advertising manager, and W. P. Ready,
land agent, 60 yards.
7 Foot race between four oldest platform men present, 60-yard dash
Sldit pounds coffee, donated by Wadhams A Kerr Bros.
gComio race between Captain Gtlham and T. W. 8ulllvan, chief engineer
llrht and power department.
Fifty-yard dash, free for a" .young ladies present on the ground Order
for pair of shoes, donated by Stalger Shoe company.
10 For Juvenile under 16 years Girl, bracelet, donated by Charles
Leonhardt; boy, sliver cup, donatedxby Frledlander.
II For adults Lady.; gold-headed silk umbrella, donated by McAllen A
McDonnell ; gentleman, , gold-headed cane, donated by L. Henrlchsen.
12 High-wire exhibition by Professor Penners, Parisian Importation.
boxxvo ooirrxsTS.
8 win ds one or me mum iniamung reature or tne day sport These
sts will be participated in by and between the best amateur talent In
Paclflo northwest, ine tropnies ror which they will compete are superior
QUail 1-7 LU milj 3c w . 1 1 , U VAUAUAVftWIlB VI L 111 B Kino..
It Is the earnest request of tha carmen in general to the public to secure
their ticseia kiu it vwwi iniuintin, auiu.i i. ncaeis can De procured
of any carman for 10 cent, which entitles admission to Oak ground and all
of above event.
No fee will be charged tor entries to any of above events.
Two loving cups, donated by Staples, the jeweler, ; and Fred D. Flora, th
Jeweler. v
The steamer Melville Dollar Is ex
pected to finish her tie cargo at Stella
today and sail for Guaymas.
The Norwegian steamer Thyra will
finish loading lumber tomorrow and sail
for the Orient.
The oil carrier Argyll will be st
Portsmouth this afternoon with a cargo
of oil. The oil carrier Atlas and barge
91 sailed today from Astoria for San
The man who fell overboard from
the steamer Charles R. Spencer off Van
couver the other day was a deck hand
who had been ordered to put up tho
guards along the edge of the bont for
the protection of Just such accidents.
He was picked up none the worse for
his experience.
Member of New York Stock
Exchange Sacrifices His
Life to Support Folks.
(Journal Sperlel Senrlct.)
New York, Aug. 7. It ha been
learned that the suicide of William 8.
Alley, for 29 years a prominent member
of the New York stock exchange, who
shot himself In the head last night In
his rooms at the Lnrchmont Yacht club,
was an act of sacrifice for his family.
He had met with heavy financial re
verses, and his seat in the exchanse re
cently was declared sold. Its value
was lnsurriclent to meet the claims that
the members of the exchange held
against him. and he whs left without
means to provide for hla wife and two
A gratuity of $10,000 for members of
families attaches to every seat In the
exchange, and by killing himself. Alley
saved this sum for his family, as the
transfer of his seat was not to becomo
effective until next Thursday, and ut
the time of his death he was still holder
of it. It is believed that this was the
motive of the suicide.
Oregon's Share of Revenue
Twice That of Last
Under "Ten Ter Cent" Clause Each
of.. Western State and Tcrritorie
Will Be Tald Much larger Bums
Than Were Distributed Year Ago
( WeeMot ton Boreas of The Journal.)
Washington, Aug. 7. The total re
celpts from business on the national
forests for the fiscal year ending June
30 were $1.6t 9,617.93, more tnan double
the receipts for the preceding fiscal
year, and the sum which goes to the
states and territories, by law, to swell
the county school and road funds
where national forests axe located 10
per cent of the total Is also more than
doubled, reaching the considerable sum
of $153,891.79.
There Is food for thought in the fact
that, except for Arizona, California and
Utah, the states which derive the great
est benefit from the returns of forest
management are Colorado, Idaho, Mon
tana. Oregon. Washington and Wyoming,
the six states in which congress last
winter forbade the addition of new na
tional forests except by Its own act.
As compared with the figures for last
year, Montana's share, S20.6&B.42, Is this
year over three times larger; Idaho's,
19,122 92, almost three times; Oregon s,
13,980.89, almost twice; Wyoming's,
16,690.23, about two and one half
The following table shows the share
each western state and territory will
receive under th so-called "10 per cent
lause :
Alaska $32t.7A. Arizona 117,307.92,
California $16,064.29. Idaho $19,122.92,
Nevada 12. 133. US. New Mexico $9, 614.06.
Oregon $13,980.89. Washington $3,73166
All day yesterday and today tha crowds continue st Rob
inson A Co., looking for and finding unusual bargains in man's
furnishings. ' ,V,
Week-End Specials
Felt Hals Wash Neckwear
Big sale on four-in-hsnd silk
ties continues, sit styles and
best rhaterials in valuable neck
wear now sell "for
For 25c
Summer UnderwY
The prices are low the grades
highand the varieties excep
tional. We have mercerUfi
cotton, lisle, balbrizgan, nain
sook and liiht wool, from
The season's latest styles and
shapes in all the different shades
of pearl, grey, tan, etc.-best
$3.00 and ajo.00 values now,
$2.35 and $3.35
Shirt Specials
Negligee shirts, latest styles,
best materials, dainty designs,
one pair attached or two pair
detached cuffs, various stand
ard makes, including the well
known Cluett, in all sires. Will
sell for
For $1.15
45c lo JUS
Belts That Win
The latest hits in belts walrus, seal, leather, etc., the thing of
the season! Get one to wear on your outing. Sale prices this
45c lo $1.35
Robinson & Co.
(Special Plstiatcb to The Journal.)
Aberdeen, Wash., Aug. 7. Miss Lu
etic Schraeder, who was so nearly
drowned at Westport Saturday while
bathing, is improving rapidly, and will
soon be able to return to her home at
Seattle. Bo far as is known, she has
not yet been Informed of tha tragic
death or her mend.
Mr. Davidson, the father of ths g-lrl
who was drowned, has g-one to the
scene of the tragedy, and says he will
exhaust every means to secure her
body. Captain Jacobsen, of the launch
Clam, Is now engaged In the search for
the body, which he thinks may possibly
be cast up on the shore somewhere
south of Westport. Cltlxens of that
place are doing everything In their
power to assist the grief-stricken father
In his mournful task.
(Special Dlapatch to Tha J cranial.)
Boise. Ida., Aug. 7. Idaho Is going to
ave trouble with her corporations un
der the corporation tax law passed by
he last session or tne legislature, mere
are about 8,000 corporations In the state
but only 400 have responded with the
tax. Accoraing to me jaw mis tax
should all be paid by August IS, but It
Is safe to say that It will not be. The
statute has met much opposition In va
rious parts of the state. It Is charged
that It lacks the principle of equity and
Is grossly discriminating. It Is ex
pected that many suits will be brought
to collect this tax sfter August 16.
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Electric Light, Bteam, Hot and Cold Salt Water in Every Tub. Buy Tickets
to Breakers, Paclflo County, Wash. Postofflce Address. Breakers, Wash.
Dr. Robert Collyer Goes Abroad.
(Journal Bpeelal Sefrlca.)
Boston, Mass., Aug. 7. Among the
passengers sailing from Boston for
Europe today Is the Rev. Robert Col
lyer, now 83 years old, pastor emeritus
or the church or the Messiah, New
York. The purpose of Dr. Collyer's trip
abroad Is to make an address nt the
dedication exercises of a Carnegie li
brary at Ilkley. in Yorkshire, England.
It was near Ilkley that Dr. Collyer was
born and there he Bpent the years of his
youth working as a Journeyman black
Astoria, Or., Aug. 7. Condition at the
mouth of the river at 7 a, m.. moderate.
Wind, south. 15 miles. Weather, rainy,
Arrived in at 6:10 a. rn., steamer Geo.
W. Elder, from San Pedro and way
ports. Arrived down at 8 a. m. and
sailed, steamer Atlas and bargo 91. Ar
river In at 9:10 a. m. and left up at 12
m.. steamer City of Panama, from San
Francisco. Arrived in at 10 a. m
steamer Argyll, from Port Harford. Left
up at 12 m., steamer ueo. w. ttiaer. Ar
rived In and left up at 1 a. m.. steamer
Cayco, from San Francisco.
Tides at Astoria toaay: rugn
a. m., 6.9 reet; ii:hs p. m., 8.6 reet.
Low 6:19 a. m., .2 feet; 8:19 p. m , 8.4
Yokohama. Aug. 7. Sailed. German
steamer Numantla, for Portland.
Spanish War Veterans.
(8perlal Pltpatch to The Journal.)
ikon. Waah Aiisr 7flnntrnnA
tended a hearty welcome today to the
United Spanish War Veterans, depart
ment of Washington, whose annual en
campment opened under most favorable
conditions. The attendance of visitors
Is large and the arrangements made for
their reception and entertainment are
of the most perfect and elaborate char
acter. The meeting will elect delegates
to represent the department at the
national encampment to be held at
Rnnriuakv. Ohio, next month. It is Drob
abl also that steps will be taken to
secure If possible the next national en
campment of the order for the city of
Serpent In a Nevada Lake.
From the Sacramento Bee.
A report from Walker Lake states
thut n monster sea serpent has been
seen at the northern end of the lake.
Dan Sornellson, a mining man of
food reputation for veracity, brought
he story to Goldfleld.
Corne lson says mat com ne ana a
companion named John McCorry sighted
the reptile while risning rrom a post
half a mile from the northern shore of
the lake. The monster was then making
its way toward the east shore of the
lake, Corn'ellson says that at first
sight he took the serpent for a man
in a skiff, and when it disappeared
for a moment" he thought the boat had
eapslsed, and rowed toward the spot
when H suddenly reappeared, giving
them a good view of its proportions.
which they estimated to be abaut thirty
feet In length and six feet across ths
man named Peters, is said to have dis
covered the serpent some time ago re-'
posing in shallow water near the shore,
and oft being aroused it disappeared
in deeper water. There Is also sal.1
to be a legesd among the Plut-s
around Shun concerning the exist
anc of a serpent in Walker 'Lake.
Immense Swine Pavilion.
The largest "swine pavilion" In the
world Is the latest Iowa boast. It is
being built on the state fair grounds
at Des Moines and when finished will
occupy three acres under root. Tha
Judging ring occupies a square, almost
surrounded by pens.
This will be the center of attraction
for the Iowa people at their state ex
position this year, says ihe Clinton
Herald. Farmers Interested In swine
breeding have been urging this im
provement a long time. Last year they
brought 2,700 hogs to the exposition
and many others were sent back for
lack of space. This is a larger evhlblt
of hogshan at all other state fairs
together. With these Improvements
the Iowa state exhibit will bo kept not
only at the head of the list but far in
the lead of all others.
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Tke Beer of Quality
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