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THE OREGON DAILY, JOURNAL. PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY EVENING. 'AUGUST 23. JlBOT.
Unknown 3fan Afflicted
With Smallpox Bushes
. About Oregonian Build
in" and Escapes Author
r ities Many Exposed to
"""Wjltl bead and, hands messes of .run-
ring smallpox sorea A. man ran Into Dr.
J. X). Fen ton's offlce In the Oregonlaa
building yesterday afternoon , at 1
. o'clock or treatment While Dr. ron
ton waa try In to secure the propar of
ficials Ui man became alarmed at
visions- -of , the : pesthouse and . ran
through the corrldora , and down the
stairs to ' the ' (round - floor, ' where ha
dashed oat Of tba building and ran weat
on Alder street, exposing many paraona
10 tna iIImwh. '-.-
Tha nan, admitted ' to Dr. Fenton
that he had bean exposed to tha dlseaae
thra w-ka before, but waa not aura
that ha waa afflicted with tha eonta
Bioii. Ha did not give hie name nor
address and la aUU at iargd, "
' Dr. Fenion said this morning that
tha man cama into hia otllca aoout'l
o'clock and asked to ba t routed. Dr.
'enun at onua recognised tha tact that
the tnaa bad an advanced eaaa of small
pox and ordered him into the hall. Dr.
t so ton then called In Dr. U. 1. Oeery,
' county health olhuer, who agreed In Dr.
anion's diagnosis. An effort waa
made to get Dr. Kather T. iohl, city
health officer, to take cars of tha man
and have him removed tq... tha - peatr
Dr. Fenton than left the man In
charge of lr. Geary. While the latter
waa trying to secure Dr. Iohl the man
ran away. Bom time elapaed before
, Dr. fob! a aaalatant. Dr. 11. Stollard,
arrived at the oregonlan building and
iu the meantime the man eecepea.
Dr. Btollard fumigated ell too plaeea
exposed by tha man and Dr. tanton
closed hia ofhce for the rest of the day
In orucr to' thoroughly disinfect the
place to prevent any chance of the dla
eaaa germe iurxmi iuuu - m , -All
effort to locate the man has been
, without success. Ha Is described by
Dr. Vnton aa being about in years of
age, dark of complexion and weighing
aoout 160 pounds.
Dr. Fenton was quite indignant when
ne returned ana found tna man naa run
away. Ha hopes that he will be caught
. ana maae an example ft. nunureus ui
persons were exposed to the dread
scourge, which, could have been pre
vented had tna man remained ana al
lowed himself to be placed In tha peat
houae where he could have. been prop
erly cared ror at the city a expense.
Neither--Dr. Fenton or Dr. Geary al
In ed . themselves' to .come in contact
with tha man. but examined him while
Standing aeveral feet away.
Ureat. excitement prevailed in the
building Tor some . time after it waa
learned that tha roan had been running
about. Visitors to tha building scur
ried up and down the corridors badly
frightened lest they might catch the
Ion WIG HITS
m AS WITNESS
Kockefeller llaving Hard
Time oCHecting Money
',' From Uncle Sara.
; (Journal Special Service.)
Chicago, Aug. IS John D. Hockefel
ler, president of tha. Standard Oil com
pany of New Jersey, is having troubles.
(Frv has fees trying; for mora than
inotth to collect I7J.S5 in witness fees
andtVmlla from Uncle Bam. but he h,
not Veiv. able to convince the reluctant
debtor tbXriTl.II la really due for tell
Ins; Judge Dandle that ho did not know
anything about tha business of the oil
Recently Rockefeller sent to United
states Marshal iuman xnoy an am
davit declaring that he -had traveled
1,44 miles to make known la court the
limitations Of his knowledge.
Tha oil kinr. however, neglected to
ay where he balled from, and so jonn
f. wolf, cniei aeputy vnarsamt, to w iium
the government debt was referred. Is
suit Holding Dacx me 1I1.4B railway
fare and 11.60 wltneaa fee until he finds
out whether Ui fee claimant came from
PI UsflWd. Massachusetts, or leveland.
Ohio. He knowa ha cama from Putsrield,
1 . M .. 1 i . , ,1 .1 . 1 1 T V.
fore additional official red tap.
NEW OFFICER COMES
TO PORTLAND Y. M. C.A.
F. W. Hellman of Walla Walla. Wash
ington, who after septemher l win De
coma assistant general secretary of tha
Portland T. M. C. A, succeeding W. E.
.KILLED BYLIVE WIRE
(Jcaraal gpeeial Servtae.V' '
Champaign. Ilb.'. Aug. IS. U-H.'' Chr-
ter. aed it, eon of Brlgadler-Ueneral
Vllllara H. . Carter, commander of the
department of tha lakes, waa electro
cuted at tha University of llllnola Tba
young man waa taking a oouree in agri'
culture' and -was cleaning a chandelier.
when he aelsed a live wire and waa In-
'stantly killed. His father left Chicago
yesterday for Annapolis and efforts to
reacn mm nave oeen unavaiiaDia
EATON IGNORANT OF
' ' WHO SIGNED CHECKS
. -i- - '- aearaal Baeeiai Berrlee.1 '
, fan Francisco, Aug. It. In tha Glass
. trial vaaterdav witnsssea Were called
, to show that checks for f 60,000 were
, drawn in tne offices ox ma r-acuio
, states Telephone company in February,
l0t. for which no vouchers were
' drawn. Secretary-Treasurer Eaton tes-
tlfled that he drew tne cnecxt nut aid
not know who elraed there or to what
)uso they were put; , ". .
v. . i ..' r '
TLSON SAYS FORESTS
!, ARE BEING RUINED
' Chlcagn, Aug. IS. That tha United
i f Latea will be treeless in 10 years, un-
-rless the forests are protected, Is the
. prediction of Secretary Wilson, who has
.Just returned from the west. Tha aeo-
retary hath Roosevelt as the saviour
', Of the forests.
- Butte's Ware of Vaywarxlnf4S.
("pedal IHspateh te The Joaraal.)
Butte, -Mont. Aug. 21. StartUng ata-
ttstlca coDoernlng wayward girls are
i submitted to the beard of oounty twig.
i.mlaslonera by tha Butte Florence Crlt-
tenton Circle, whloh baa appealed to the
board for 11,000 to carry on rescue
,t work. During tha past year, the circle
. states, the aodety picked up 76 way
ward girls and young women, the nura
, jber having become ao numerous that
'financial aid is Imperative. ,
; .That, the v ;
flaror . and quality may
be fully protected 1
are packed flavor-tight
in dust proof cartons.
They give tea satisfac
tion. ; , '
J, A. Folrfer Q Co.
' Smn rrakIaJS '
f ensortre af Pars TaM
.... V ',Cvrl '
Military Tooters Agreo To
Blow Their Tin, But '
PARADE STILL IN AIR
Labor Da Committee Is At 8a
Whether to Allow Third Regiment
Band to Head Procession Ag All
Are -Not Union Men. "'
MRS. AUG. LYON
F. W. Hellman.
Wngnt. who goas to tbs Belllngham as
sociatlon, Is a graduate of Northwest
ern university, ISvanston, llllnola The
new appointee took up association work
tn Illinois first, later removing to a
ranch near Walla walls, Washington.
(Continued .from Fage Ona)
ors as to the probable amounts they
Will receive back from this souree. , It
wxmld surprlsa no one familiar in a
general way with tha bank's condition
if it should pay out dollar for dollar
to depositors without the necessity of
absorbing all of the private property
or the officials. This is the Aope or tha
many friends of those officials who have
voluntarily placed tneir property at tne
If core's Friends Support JUm. - r
Tha Journal today received tha 'fol
"Portland, Or., Aug. 2. we, the-vaj.
derslgaed. former residents of Sherman
county, and depositors ' Its' the Oregon
Trust ek Bavings nana, reel it to be our
duty, and deem it a pleasure aa well, to
coma forward at thia time and aay a
few words in behalf of W. H. Moore.
president of tha institution, and of U.
A. Moore, who waa a director thereof.
"The president has been subjected to
soma harsh criticism in connection with
the unfortunate bank failure, and it Is
not our purpoee to take issue with his
critics, for whom no doubt there may bo
some Justification: but we desire to ex
press the opinion publicly that when a
man is honest at heart and evlncea the
utmost anxiety to deal fairly and hon
estlv by those who may be-likely to suf
fer- financial loss-through his seeming
negligence, under such circumstances
there ought to be a corresponding dls
cosltlon on the Mrt of the depositors
and of the public generally to encourage
him. instead or hounding
threats of criminal prosecution
Clean Keoord of Xonesty.
"We have known W. H. Moore and his
brother, H. A. Moore, for many years;
wa have banked with them in Sherman
county; we have had extensive business
relations with tbem, and during all
those years our observation of their
business methods has conclusively sat
isfied uw that they are honest men, up
right and conscientious In every respect
We know Prealdent Moore to be Im
bued with a high sense of honor and
fullr. alive -to- the moral obligations
which tha present unfortunate situation
has thrust upon him. Knowing the man
as wo do and having unbounded confi
dence In hia willingness and ability 10
riut forth every effort, even to the ex
ant of making personal aacrlf Ices, for
the protection of depositors and to pro
vent financial loss from accruing to
any of those who, upon the strength of
their confidence In him, deposited their
funds in the keeping of his bank, we
have no hesitancy in saving that we feel
no cause for uneasiness about our de.
Confidence la Msg Solid. ?
' "Wa believe that under a careful and
prudent 'administration of ita affairs,
tha bank will pay Its depositors in full.
But if tba publlo mind is Inflamed and
Whether tha offer of the Third In
fantry band to head tha parade of the
union men on Labor Day should ba ao
ceptad or not Is worrying tbs Labor Day
committee of the Federated Trades and
The committee In cbargs of the pa
rade has been experiencing soma diffi
culty la secure enough bands to make
the parade tha Inspiring and marital
pectacle that It usually la Tha work
if turniahlng tha muslo for tha occas
ion usually devolves on the musicians'
union but tha committee is anxious to
secure more muslo for Monday's parade
than has yet teenprovideu. ,
Unionism tbs Qmsstloa.
This morning a letter was received
from tha Third regiment band, ona o(
tha beat military banda In Oregon, of
fering to take part in tha parade in their
dress uniforms unless the committee
had objections. Tha trouble is that tha
Third reaiineat band, being a military
oraanlzation. la not unionised. How
ever, three of ita mambera are mem
bera of tba musicians union ana tnree
more are employers friendly to union
Soma members of tha committee de
clare that to have a nonunion nana par
tidDate in a Lcbor day parade would
ha contrarv ta all precedent and ia cer
tain to create trouble among tha other
musicians. It haa been decided to leave
tha matter or the acceptance or tne in
vitation to tha musicians" union for set-
Six new attractions were securea o
day for the big celebration that tha
unions are planning on holding Labor
day at tha fair grounds. Negotiations
are now pendlna between tne union oom.
mlttea and aeveral of the attractions
which -showed here with the Kingling
Broa' circus which left tba circus at
soar Kany Attractions.
In addition to these the committee
has arranged for a ahingle-packlng con
test between two members of tne shin-
f ie-weavers union, a polecllmblng con
est between linemen from the linemen's
union, and exhibitions by the-trick horse
prince Karl and three htgh-dlving dogs.
Ths greased-pls; contest has been aa
sured. Secretary- Thomaa Leabo of the
barbers' union having agreed to ahavs
tha animal so that he will be in prime
condition for tha contest. Tha commit
teemen say they will par no attention
to the charges, made by the humane so
ciety that tha turkey-dropping contest
will be cruel In its nature; they say it
may be unusual, jut there is nothing
cruel about it, as a turkey Is amply
provided with wings to insure Its safe
lescent to earth.
(Continued from Page One.)
tha union rate, which is tls?d $t.S7),
and it Is said that the exporters were
glad to get them at that- pries because
of the rivalry, for bottoms. -
That wheat -and flour shipments for
the orient will be heavier than usual
Is also evident from the orders now
coming in. Tha Portland & Asiatic
Steamship company has been compelled
to charter a large tramp steamer to as
sist their regular liner in September snd
they will probably have to engage extra
vessels throughout the fall and winter,
despite the fact that the exporters will
look after a good deal of that business.
Mitsui V Co., the Japanese firm which
established offices here last spring,
have announced that several cargoes of
wheat will be shipped from here to
Japan bv them thia fall. The number
of cargoes has not been decided upon
yet but it will mean several thousand
tons of wheat and thousands of barrels
"We win snip large quantities of
wheat to Japan." said a renresentative
of the Japaneae importers and export
ers, "although advices just at hand from
our home office state that tha wheat
crop in Japan la fully tO per cent better
than ever. There Is a certain demand
for first-class wheat which our own
growers cannot fill and thoss orders
will come to the Paciflo coast. Wa cer
tainly will send. several cargoes of
wneat across tne ocean thia full . km
how many cannot be told at thia time."
An official of tha Portland Jk Aalatin
Steamship company stated this after
noon that orders for flour and wheat
have come ao lively from the orient of
late that the steamer Arabia's space
has all been sold . and that ennnarh .
ders for lumber, wheat and flour have
come in 10 mi a large tramp which
has been chartered for September load
ing, when the Arabia will also be dls-
atstied. The liner Numantla, now in
he harbor dlschararlna- lnwar nm
will sail shortly after the first of the
month, but she waa Intended for August
and ber cargo space was disposed of be
fore her arrival - -
Exporters are of the opinion that tha
recent rains did little damage to the
wheat and; they all eeem to unite In
fironouncing the conditions most excel
ent. Wheat in quantities will begin to
pour In from now on and unless lack of
railroad cars interferes the movement to
tidewater will be the greatest aver wit
nessed.' . i.
yet r.iusT ivcnic
"Man mar work front sua to ana
tows woman's work is never done," .
In order to keep ths -home neat
and pretty, the children well dressed
and tidy, women overdo and often
suffer In silence, drifting along from
bad to worse, knowing; well that
they ought te have help to overcome
the pains and aches wkjoh flail
make Ufa burden. , . ..
It is to these women that Lvdla
B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, '
made from native root and herbs. '
oomei aa a blessing. When the spir
its are de pre seed, the head and back
aches, there are dragirinthdown pains, nervousness, aleeolsssness, and
reluctance to go anywhere, these are only symptoms which nnVes
heeded, are soon followed by the worst forms of Female Complaints. ,
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
keeps the feminine organism Inn strong and healthy condition. It cares
Inflammation, Ulceration, displacements, and organio troubles. In
preparing for child-birth and to carry women safely through the Change
of Life it is most efficient, ' '
Mrs. Augustus Lyon, of East Karl, Pa., writes: Dear Mrs. Pink
ham: "For a long time I suffered front female troablea and had all kinds
of aches and pains in the lower part of back and sides, I could not
sleep and had no appetite. Slnee taking Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound and following the advice which yon gave me I feel like a
new woman anctl eannot praise your medicine too highly."
Mrs. Pinkham'j Invitation to Women
Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited te
write Mrs. Pinkham. at Lynn. Mass. Out of her vast Tolume of ex
po risnoe she probably has the Terr knowledge that wUL help your
ease. Her advice is free and always hslpfat
WIFE BEATER NARROWLY ;
MISSES WHIPPING POST
A. K. Thomas, ths streetcar man who
beat his wife, may escape the whipping
post. His wife is willing that ths pros
ecution should be discontinued If he will
let her alone and go his own way. -
In tha circuit court before Judae Clel-
and this morning Thomas entered a
plea of guilty to tha charge of wife
ORDERS ALL INvFOR
7 SCHOOL LIBRARIES
Jacob Rlia Farorite Author With
Booker T, Washington Second
Book Funds of Counties.
(Special Dispatch to ,ne Joornal.)
Salem, Or., Aug. ' IS. The orders tor
books for the school libraries from ths
different counties hAve all been received
by ths stats library commission. The
total amount spent on the libraries' this
year Is 114,908. The books will bs dis
tributed in October. Probably ths most
popular book among the schools which
out In tha orders was "Ms kin a an
American,' by Jacob Rile. (Thia book
waa ordered for every district In Wal-
second, otner nooks or which many
uooaer . i .
unwise counsels prevail, as a result nf
of criminal prosecution and
tna interests i
I the depositors will undoubtedly be Jeo-
ns, we respectruliy
nl moderation be
pardlsed. By all mean
urea that patience an
exhibited by all until ths true condition
of affairs bs made known; and that the
receiver and Prealdent Moore - be af
forded a full and fair opportunity to
relieve the unfortunate situation as far
1'TVe reiterate our confidence, not only
IU Mf. Moore' a honestv but In hia anx-
i lety and determination to do-everythlng
In his power for the protection of the
( uvL'uwifcors. .
J. Olnn, W. ' o. Hsdley, ' 8. a
! Raves. J. B. Hosford, C." K. Cochran.
! O. El rod, J. A. Marbke, EL R. Hlckso:i.
- immra, t. ti. tioiman, a. Hennagln,
O. M. FYost, R. H. Outhrte, F. . JL
Header, William Peabody." , ,
' ' 111 - ,
Walla Walleg Expansion.
(Bpwljl pispst'-b te Ths Jonrsal.)
a WU". Wash., Aug. 18. &lon
Cnd. a local real ertafe firm,
iT!aI .bJ,u5fit tract of 180 acres,
nJ'Jh lck)" farm, located four
miles wesf a 117 . m ... . . . .
1 , r.i. - nana on -ins jhii
Itnn electric. . rhm firm last week
iSeE? Joining the ftlckles
en We markel""' tracU an1
FOUR LOSE LIVES IX I
OKLAHOMA, CITY FIRE
(Jsoreal Boerial Berries
Oklahoma City, 'Aug. 18. Four were
ournea v aeam nere- today In the de
atructlon of a resldanoe,-.,HUfth Raye.
Vergle Wallace.. Bad! a and WaUar Ward
were killed. ' ' 1 -
OVER A THOUSAND I
- fToarail Ipeetal get-rle.)
Toklo. Aug. 18. It is eetlmated that
1,044 persons wars drowned snd 100
houses swept away by the recent inun
dations. The weather conditions- are
SECRETARY TAFT IS
' OFF FOR DENVER
' " rjoaraal gpeeial gsrrtes.t ' '
Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 18. (Secretary
of War Taft left this morning for Iep
ver. A great crowd at the depot bade
PART OF FLEET TO
- GO TO PUGET SOUND
(Jonresl gpeeial Rervlre.r
Washington.. Aug. 28. It waa an
nounced today that at least a part of
the Atlantic fleet will be sent to Pugst
sound immediately after Ita arrival at
Nan Francisco, - .
Ud From Blaverv." bv
Washington, was probably
her books of which manv
were ordered were Baldwin's "Life of
Abraham Lincoln, " "Koblnson Crusoe"
and "Europe," by Carpenter.
The following were the -amounts of
tne orders oy tns dlirerent counties:
Baker 1508 85. Benton 1280.11. Clarka.
mas $811.1. Clatsop $445.60, Columbia
1352.J3, Coos $600.14, Crook $37.0.
Curry f 68.3a. Douitlaa $S7.71. Gilliam
158.1. Grant $10.06. Harnev 88.2.
Jackson $516.67, Josephine 1886.90,
Klamath $537.78, Lane $1.13, Lincoln
fizs.id, ijinn i,s.6, Maineur 1365.13,
Marlon $1,289.74. Morrow $251.70, Polk
i !., onerman ivb.os. Tillamook
J05.71. Umatilla 1644.71. TTnlon IF.47 K
W.llnw. t9S7 AS , JC -7 -7 A, TX.-....1.
Ington $4.l; wheeler 101.$0, VamhlU
ASYLUM LAND, TITLE
YET TO BE CLEARED
(gpeeial Dlspateh to Ths loarasLl
Salem.' Or.. Aus. 18. Tha board nf
commissioners ror the new school for
the feeble-minded yesterday afternoon
announcea 11s uecision to return un
opened all the blda received for ths
construction or tne new school building.
11 waa rouna mac tne title to tne land
Is not yet clear on account of lenses
on certain portions of the site It was
decided that the land should be assigned
to the use of the Oregon state peni
tentiary during the time negotiations
are in progress lor obtaining a clear
title to tha. site. This is under a pro
vision Of the 1907 lsw thnt allows tha
board to temporarily transfer their right
to the land to other Institutions and
Is in return for labor which the convicts
have done and will still do towards pre-
The attorney for 'ths commission was
ssked to take action aaalnat M. P Twin.
nis, who haa not given a deed for the
pan or nis property condemned for tbs
sua 01 ma new scnooi.
beating. Bis attorney said that the plea
of guilty was sntered on an agreement
with the district attorney that Thomas
should receive a jail sentence, and the
sentence be suspended so long as
Thomas should refrain from molesting
his wife. -
Judge Cleland said he would dispose
of the matter later. - ,
FOOD SHOW NEARLY
READY FOR BUSINESS
Widespread Interest, Taken
In Exhibit Assures Suc
cess From the Start.
SIMPLE LIFE HOME
IS CLOSED BY GLUCK
(Journal Bpedal BerDce.) v -Chicago,
Aug. 28. Dr. Aaher Oluck
has closed up his "simple life" sanitar
ium and abandoned tha hope of making
a, perfect man. ilia scheme was to
tnin a man ana woman according to
b!s--ewn Ideas and promised that they
should produce a Perfect child which
mature In flvs years.
UNCLE JOE IS NOT
OUT FOR PRESIDENCY
' - - , 1 11 n ...: .... -
-1 (Journal Bpectsl Service.) '
Alexandria Bay. - N. Y., Aug. I8.
Speaker Joe Cannon stated laat night
that ha would not be an active candidate
for president. Ho declared that he did
not have the "bee," but that, like every
orner- ciiizsn, ne wouiu not reiuse the
MAKES the SKIN LIKC YOU WANT IT
DOES IT IN A MOMENT
A liquid preparation
tor Face, Neck, Arms
It Is neither ttlckx
s.M.4 niasstila .
a s. - m m w vvtixuMj
Magnolia Cannot be detected.
Two colors, Pink and
TJe It morning, noon
end night, Summer,
Winter, Spring, FalL
... Lyon Manufacturing Co., .
44 . Fifth St. - Brooklyn, K.Y.
With the opening of the Pure Food
show but a few days away every booth
but one In Exhibition hall has been se
cured and. the affair promises to be a
success for Its backers, ths Retail Gro
cers' association and for the exhibitors.
Manager J. W. Dean of ths ahow will
move today from his offices In ths
AUsky building to the Exhibition hall
on Washington street, and ' will direct
tbe work of the show tn person from
now until ths doors are thrown open to
the public Monday evening. Exhibitions
of varied character are coming in rap
Idly and the special entertainment fea
tures will arrive in town this week.'
In order to secure tha Rounds' Iadles
orchestra it was necessary for the Purs
Food people to sign a three months'
contract with them and they will play
at various cities In ths northwest and
south after leaving Portland.
The Federation of Woman's clubs Is
making a canvass of the city procuring
goods for their country stores which,
will be operated In tha building.
The only thing holding back the work
In the exhibition la tha slowneaa of ex
hibitors in completing their bootha ao
that connections for gas may ba made. I
Aa soon as these exhibitors Install their 1
roods tba work can be completed In a I
Nelson Pleads Not Guilty.
Ed Nelson, who waa tried and ac
quitted In the circuit court In March on
tbe charge of murdering O. Xindgren,
appeared in court again this morning.
This time he is charged with living
with a fallen woman. Nelson entered
a plea of not. guilty.'
HOOD RIVER SEWER '
. ; LEADS TO LAWSUIT
t S&eeur DUpslck la The Jos roil .)
Hood River, Aug. J8. A caao that is
pausing widespread Interest at Hood
River and. that is exnaoted will annn
be brought up for trial may Involve the
city in a suit for damages and cauae
ths removal of the citv sewer recently
constructed at an expense of many thou
sands of dollars from property that
waa thought to be a street, but which
It Is now claimed la private property.
When the sewer was laid the owner of
the land which the city -took for a
street protested that It did not belong
to ths city and that ths line for the
street wss 20 feet farther west After
having the city engineer make a survey
the city council decided that it was up
held In Its original plan for ths sewer
and had It laid accordingly. A. O.
Smith,- who owned the adjacent prop
erty, had a re-survey made today by the
county surveyor and It Is now said
ths sewer is on his property SO feet.
It la said by friends of Mr. Smith.
who lives in Idaho, and who is ropre-
seniea nere py an attorney, mat ne
will bring suit to have tba sewer re
moved and also for damages. Aa ths
matter Is one which legal advisers say
there la no precedent for. Its outcome
Is being watched with Interest. Tbe
land Is situated on a side hill, full of
stons and It will entail a bis expense
on the city to take up tha sewer and
PRINTER ACCUSED OF
FORGERY AND THEFT
- (Special Dtipatrh te Tbe Jovraal)
Walla Walla. Wash.. Aus. !. T. F.
Atkinson, a printer, formerly employed
on the Freewater Times, wss arrested at
Attalta yesterday by peputy Bherirr
Byrnes on a charge of forging Editor
Sanderson's name to a $21 check. At
kinson left Freewater Monday after
oaaning tns cneca ana wsni o waiiuia,
where ths officers say ha stols four
raaora and aotne scissors from a barber
.Shop, afterward leaving for the Yakima
country on 1001. 1 was vvernauiea oy
the deputy, who- pursued Atkinson on
horseback. " , . - .
NO WALLA WALLA
CAR TO SACRAMENTO
(Special IMipsteb te Tbe JoaraaL)
Walla' Walla. Wash.. .Aus. 28. Dr.
plalock's plan to run a special car from
Walla Walla to Baeramento to carry
delegates to the Irrigation congress haa
been abandoned, the necessary number
of delegates to make up the car not be
ing obtained. Twelve walla Wallana
will attend ths congress ss representa
tives of the county. These are Frank
Lowden. Ir. Hlalock W. A. Stafford,
Mr. and Mrs. A. wulkey. Mr. and Mrs.
I M. Wlnans, Mr. and Mrs F. W.
Kaisr, r. A. Turner and 8. . I'eterson. I
j nVUUYIJODY in TAL-iciisa about!it
The ' Following Lending Grocern Sell
The 100 Per Cent- PURE Cereal Health Cfce
In Rosebur?, Or.,1 a Bright City
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; MRS. A. C. KIDD BON
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1 Golden Q rain Granules I
Or several, if you like. If you nominate more than one, select
your nominees from different localities. ,
$730 in Gash for Students
... - .
Scholarships in the Leading-Schools of the
1 Northwest. . 4 -
GE,T IN LINE. TOR AN V
An ambitious boy or girl ineyry locality in Oregon may win
- one of The Journal's' excellent awards for a few
. days' work in making advance collections ' . ' . .
from new and old subscribers.
lent Tnls Out aaa Kail s IU JOmUTAZs VOannJrs. Oa, At Onee.
Town. . . .
niuimi oaao jomuiAX, roanajn.. oaaoo,
I nominate ths following as suitable to enter your contest for scholarships
ana casn awaras: ,
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(Any young person between the ages ef 10 and It having good character la
engioie to enter mis contest. i .
Nomination Mads by.
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Whoit TUphon (If fcntl
a cup of GhlrardellPs
Cocoa tor breakfast helps
wonderfiiUy, it Is so sus
taining as well as dell
dons. Before retnrnlng
hoine dont forget to