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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL. PORTLAND,
horning, Aucu:.r li. 1::;.
Regular , 40c Ptpctriet
Ranging from $1 to
II on-fourth ,' off.''
Regular 50c Finks,
Traveling Rolls ,;.
Just what you want for
the vacation trip; many
kinda, $2.25 to $50; $2.50
roll at " ,
, . Buster Brown
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Take ictur '2Xx5V;
Just what you want
take to tht beach,
Everybody aayi they art
great, especially the
children; act window
:. Pictures '
All 25c and 30c Passepar
tout! ; on the fourth
; ' 15c
'. . 'If '
toutij on the fourth
Alcohol Gas Stove
Juat the thing when you
want a quick fire ape-,
Ins'erscll -Watch: 3
Don't carry your good
watch when you go
fishing take one of
these. ' r,'1
From $25 op. Rental if
you don't choose to buy,
$5 a month.
Abdominal Belts ,
Cool and comfortable,
P.---, '$2.25 . .
A valuable thine in any
V home, 4.oO,
, f 12.50 .
: Medical Cases
Filled or -not we have
one at f2.00 , .
Elastic Hose ;
Remember, the best all
silk or linen . and best
Para rubber make up. the
hose we guarantee to you.
Ankleti ....... ...$2.50
Knee Caps .$2.50
Leggins ... $2.50
Cartel Host...... $3.50
This store open Sundays 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.A civilized Sunday for our 3alcs
x . peopleTelephone yourorders in; we will deliver them at once. '
1000 Sepia Pictures
It in charge of a etate examined
optometrist If your glasses' do not
fit yoa should ' consult us. , We
have a large stock of lenses and
can fit you perfectly. Do not in
jure youfr eye by wearing. poor
glasses. ' - . '
. Consultation Pre.
'"'Hav you tried them?
Golden Rod Skin Food .'.Me)
WoodlarkDry Shampoo .'...B0e
"Calendula" Medicated Toilet Soap
v per cake.. .20
Wild Flowers Mt Hdod Soap, per
cake ........ ...15e
Egyptian Complexion Lotion, $1
Hygienic Skin Food and Tissue
... Builder 35
ML Hood Cold Cream!...... 25
"Micro" for the hair............$l
. For Monday Only.
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Bath Caps, all rubber regular 50c,
Rubber -lined case with Wash
Cloth, special .........lTf
An Liners Bath Brushes, Price
Turkish Bath Towels up to$250
r Yi off; a 50c one for ....tTST
Fancy Face Chamois; regular 10c,.
special I. .94
Is t,he important branch' of our
business and requires care, atten
tion and the best of knowledge of
modern pharmacy. We use .only
the i very best ' drugs, -anil have a
system of recording and checking
which, ' absolutely,, prevent! mis
takes, v We t offer you the best of
service - in every way. These are
points that ought to interest you
v r- .mil 1 i
Of many, very pretty aub
jects, size 11 yixliyi Inches,
1-inch solid ' oak frame,
Namtf of subject on each
one. The best bargain we
ever offered in the picture
line.' Regular. 69c, Extra
special ....... ..t ,. .47
' Truss Talk
By CVo True '
worse than none at
alL W have men
and .woman fitter
wbo are expert In
thle Ubo and auar
ante avery one to
' fit and eetlafr In
very way or your ,
money back. -
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Telephone your orders at once ere de
liver any time anywhere. Exchange 11
Home phone A1139. . '
THE LARGEST RETAIL DRUG STORE IN THE UNITED STATES
We are here to please the people. Max
our store your headquarters 7 You are
always welcome. '.:.."
ditch nonEY TO
Montana Gets Enongh. Eef
lamation Fund to Sat
TEEEE PKOJECTS ABE
TO BE PUT F0KWAED
While Investigation Will Be Made
in ; New Bgione Why Huntley
laatd Xiies Unclaimed Court De
cision Hurts One Project, ; j
SpwtI Dtepatck t The 'aurail)
' ara, a upervlalna enxtneer In the fed'
eral reclamation eervlce, baa returned
" to Helena from Nevada, , where with
other eupervlsors he had a conference
with Secretary Garfield, at which the
.land waa allotted for several project
now-under construction. The allotment
la particularly pleaslna- to Montane, as
Mr. Savage atatee that the extension of
' the Sun river project la provided for,
amounting, to about 17,000 acres addi
tional, as well as the first unit of the
fchoihon project of approximately 15.
000 acres and the lower Yellowstone
f rolect. extending from Olendlve to Fort
Word. North Dakota. Machinery for
' the latter, which wUl reclaim about
.100 000 acres in Montana and another
1 00.000 In North Dakota, Is now being
Installed, as well as that for the Huntley
roect. An appropriation waa also
made for tha loo-acre experiment farm
of the government on the Huntley pro-
ject. Secretary Garfield also authorised
Investigations en five Indian reserva
tions, to bav their Irrigable posaiblll-
, ties determined beyond peradventura.
Two parties are In the Flathead and an
other will go to the Blackfeet if nerva
tion. An appropriation of.$S00,00e has
been made tor me ouiming ox eanaia u
. the Blackfeet reservation.
Jbaaa Drawing- a SUUng-e..
. There has been not a little comment
at the failure of persona whose names
were drawn at Billings te make aeleo-
tlona on the iiunuey tanas, me true
reason perhaps lies In the seal of Bil
lings for a large registration, with ths
result that practically every person
. 1 1 1 A a r.vl mtmf AtA an wh.n In
reality many eared nothing for the land
hut wanted to attract settlers. Billing
residents largely , predominated among
the names draws. However, on August
. XI ths public win bs given sn oppor
, tnnli. and it is safe to sav ths remain
ing tracts will be seised with avidity by
persons anxious CO seours nomas. vri
M as an acre.
A Blow te yrivete rrejeet.
There Is no little consternation - In
' northern Montana and . particularly
Teton county over Judge wolverton's
' declalon holding ths United States as tb
owner or Indian acnoois ooraering upon
, a public stream, entitled to the con
tinued flow of ths waters so far a may
' tie neoessary for the beneficial use of
tbs property. 1 me means mat tns im
mense private ditch built by W. O. Con
rad of Helena at a cost of f 100.409 will
not get the water of Birch creek, ths
middle or wnicn rorms us soumern
l.oundary ef the Blackfeet reservation.
The main Conrad ditch is 10 miles long
with too miles of laterals end a reser
voir five by one mile, and which would
have 'reclaimed 00,004 acres. Much of
thla had been occupied. The case will
l-e appealed. '
RAIN ONLY LAYS ,
N0ETH IDAHO DUST
raperlal Mapatea te As leanaL)
Mosoow, Xda, Aug. IS A heavy shower
fell last night, enough te lay the dvat
effectually and stop harvesting opera
tions for a day or two. The weather to
iir, however, was fair with a brisk
ind that- continues and will dry ths
f ipids out rapidly. Cutting will donbt
be reaumrd In many fields tomor
ior, an4 thrhlng not later than Hon
. .v. Weanwhlla the farmers are not
,e. J'anr have their threshing finished
r portly done and these are buay haul-
th-ir saln to warehouae. Cotv-
ri te wheat was received here to
... n first deliveries of sny Import-
Thn prlfe fixd for the opening
i . . i ''-t is ii cents, but ne farm
, t , t ,..n.
rlranre sal at Is
' iur I s'lit go at
. is tor 112 60. lis on
set f-ril choice. 176
Cove's Red Apples.
FDR HEROIC I'M
Nary Department Takes
Eecognition of Sailor.'Wlio.
Sayed Companion. ' "
i- (Hearst Hew by tsagsrt Leased Wire.)
- "VVashington, Aug. 10. Ounner Uate
Whitehead of the United State Steamer
Adam at Tutufta and a number of the
crew of the Wabash at Boston have
been complimented by the navy, depart
ment for gallant conduct " : ' . '
Whitehead, during a landslide at the
barracks, held on firmly te Gunner Cox.'
who had been burled In the debris and
threatened with death iy ths persistent
movement af , ths concrete walls, till,
by the uae of grappling hooka. Cox was
relieved from hi perlloua position. .
The followlns enlisted man on thm
Wabash will receive the approval of the
M. W. -Holland. M. X Swessy. M. Snm-
ner, P. J. Brown, O. Hawkins, P. Qulnn.
J. B. Smith. M. K. Msvera. A. CI. Vrannh
and H. Shannon. '
Tbev went Dromcthr to ths resoua of
tnres people wno haa oeen tnrown rrom
a power launch which had collided with
a Cneiaea rerry boat. July I. .
RED APPLES OF
11 ..... :..U$r
Bright Striped ' Astracnans
Bring Good Prices Sec
tion Getting Famous. .
USE FEDERAL POWDER
Army and UaVy Plants Will
' Be Heayy, Competitors
. of Trust.- '
(Hant Hews by iMgert teastd Wlr.
Washington, Aug. 10. The navy de-
partment having established a powder
plant near Washington two year ago.
the army followed suit, and It la re
ported . today by General William B.
Croiler, chief of the bureau of ordnance
of tha army, that the government plant
at Dover, New Jersey, Is making such
progress thst ths actual manufacture of
amokeless powder may be commenced
ext winter. The capacity ef ths plant
at Dover is about 10,000 pounds a day.
The army and navv plants, while not
sufficient perhaps to compets with the
powder trust, which la about to b dis
solved, ar valuable Institutions. It Is
evident to many of ths officers of ths
army and navy that had the proposition
in lsuz to ouua government lactones
been taken hold of st the time, inatsad
of wasting ths interim on boards of
conference, tns powder trust wouia nave
long ago ceased to havs the power to
bold up tb government on prices.
STATE GIVES BACK
, ' RAILROAD LICENSE
fltearat Hews fey Tjnre teased Wire.)
Blrmlnaiiatn- Ainm. It Th. HfmttmM A
the Southern railway t do bualness In
""" na oeen reinstated. Jt naa
never ceased t run trains and no- In
convenience has been or will be suffered
; IPs asreement arrived at yeeter-
dsv. Th circular ltfr of -X H II
Tliompeon. aaalatant to the pre.fdent of
'r ,'"-'';"'", r'iway. addrenaed to th
tlmi " wh,"i "e say
Ji i "V" of "e Southern In mai.
Inr conceeelona ti rinv.. .
lUht. 'ILTIL"! p:" Preserve or
der, 1 wU rclvd hers, , .
(SpaetU rnrsstek Te 'earaaU
Cove. Or, Aug. 10. The yellow Barly
Harvest, red Junes and bright striped
aatrachans are now on the market and
are bringing good price. . . ,
The big red apple of. Union eennty ie
grown to greatest -perfection in the
little- Cove valley and in favored Seo
tlona of North Powder valley; th for
mer nas wmeiy aavertisea tnie as a
fact tn nearly every part of th United
States, but the latter Is a yet only
partially awakened , to. the commercial
value of Ita fruits. On result of this
difference in th two place I Been
after the aeason 1 over: wheress. here.
It is seldom that a high-colored apple
-19 do naa nome or on me local
market (and a similar accusation Is
orougnt against uranee Konds gen
erally, so area la tha autsld dom.nilt
in North Powder such choice luxury le
' For cooklnr. for - flavor hleti ealnv.
Stse and freedom from peat blemish
these apples ar not to be surpassed,
yet, Strang to state, with tO.OOO to S0,
000 boxes of such fruit ahipned yearly
and an unfilled demand for 1 times a
much more, there are today thouaanda
of acre of the best of orchard grounds
vacant or for sal by people who do not
understand that there 1 at any season
dv vr ctni prom rrom sucn appi or
chards and th world for a markst
THREE OPINIONS BY H
. (Special IMptch te The Joeroal.)
'. Olympia, Wash.. Aug. 10. Th attor-ney-generar
office in a letter to the
assessor of Benton county hold that
Irrigation plants. Including headgatea,
flumes, - Intake, canal, laterals, and
bumping station ar assessable to
company owning such- Irrigation 'Prop
erty, aa real estate, and the taxea as
sessed against th property will remain
m trn until paid.
i ns attornev-a-enerai naa nvait an
opinion to the secretary of stats te th
effect that trust companies and both
""'n mna aomeeno insursnc com
panies are liable for ths payment to th
state of the license fee of 114 per annum
aa provided In the act of 1107.
Kepiying to.th county superintend
ent .or Hnonomlah county. It la held that
a board of education doe not have
power te condemn and close alley and
street adjoining a schoolhous site, on
ths ground that "an nrnnart. . 1 ......
devoted to a Dublin use and fc.M k- i
i'.--"-:.V3"". V."" 7"T""""l" capao-
Kii VZ n ror another
viiuiw unw W1I1IIIUI .nwiTiA ai.ttr.wiw .
Jr. - - . araniea oy legisia-
MEAD INTERESTED v '
, IN M0N0GENARIANS
(Speelal ftlapatea Is Ths fearaaL) -
Olympia. Wash Ana. 1 a n
Mad today wired th following m
aar to lira Angelina Vnn Uk. ....
dar,1Vt Be'luis1 h."' aln,'r-B,ntn Wrth
"PlAaaa accent my congratulations on
your having lived ninety-nine veers in
our great country. I hope your xpee-
ihin ful filled.? " " " - mar
lh governor was greatly Interested
In th account of th commemoration of
th nlnaty-ninta birthday of Mr, Myers
. . Sin Dining Room Chairs;-;, ; -One
Sk Fooi Ejiiensipii;: Ta&le
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. One SsM ; Glass China 'Closet .
One Handsome Suffer
Each Article Quartcr-Savcd and Highly Polished
.For This Complete Outfit
SEE OUIMYHDOU DISPLAY
NOTX We have Just received ea laportatlon from France of Bronze Klectrlcal Statoet'
The Complete Dome Ontllllers '
SECOND AND MORRISON STREETS
and tha ivMmit nhv.lA.t mA m,m..i
vigor so remarkable In on of her sga
ii is convinced that th salubrious cll
mat of Waahlngton la conduciv to
lonrevttV. and la daalrnua of vaaivln.
aut who have attained to ths ag of 10.
SECOND WELL FLOWS ?
' AT NORTH POWDER
(Bpeelal taptcb t Th losraal.)
Norh Powder. Dr.: Anr 1aa ika
feet a aood flow of water h ku.
obtained on the James Hutchlnaon ranch
uai wuiaiu vi lawn ny in same artea-
an well-boring outfit thst found th
t a m flitw . .1 asm . . - . . ...
Xeet, rUIng t a height ef 12 feet, ea
th Andrew Lun property her In town,
July . More pipe hav been sent for
In order to bore farther on th Hutch
lnaon ranch to get. a stronger flow. ,
' CUTTLEFISH FARMS.
w- 'BBaMsaSHwaaawaar "
On tbs British Oast tbs Creator?
Are Kopt for "Milking.? '
It la not gnraly known that euttle
flah are cultivated on some farme In
order to be "milked." These cuttle
fish farme are located en parts of the
British coast, and th cuttlefish era
kept In tanka er ponds te be "milked
Of their Ink.
The pfmo. er tank Is oonected with the
sa by a pipe, and a thouaand or more
cuttle ar kept jn a alngle one. They
form a moat eurloue sight a they
move about, trailing their long arm
and staring out of their bulging eyes.
They ars guarded by screens, which
prevent them from being are rod. for If
they ar suddenly frightened, save
Popular Science Slftlngs, they will
squirt their "milk" Into th water, and
It would, therefore, be loat. Thla fluid,
or milk, is very valuable, and each cut
tle will yield about 16Si worth a year.
It is secreted in a bag which can be
opened and cloaed at will, the cut'la
electing th fluid to darken th water
so that It mar escape unseen when
attacked. The beat cuttlefish ar pro
cured in China, where for aom rea
aon or other they produce the best
duality of " milk." "
When th farmr consider it oppor-
Kn,J. mllil th? ut". h proceeds
by nooning the sluices of the pond and
gently agitating the water. Th cuttle
then awlm around th pond, a anon a
on paaees through. the alulc 1
closed. The cuttle passes down a small
channel Into a basin or metal recep
tacle, and aa soon a It la aotirely
am uruiaa oil. J I
then frightened, and at once afNlrt
the fluid from the bsg. When lt
exhauated it Is lifted out, th milk iJ
collected, and th baaln 1 prepared
en-Mi; vii vji ,
- Toklo, the capital and largest city of
the empire, has a population of nearly
1,000,000., Osaka Is the pent largoat
city, with a population of about 1. outv
ie 0. - .