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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAU PORTLAND SATURDAY EVENING, 'AUGUST 31',
Tract of -Fourteen Thousand
Acres ,' Located in Tilla
mook County Sold to L. B.
' Menefec. of Portland
Recently Located Here,
i Another Urg timber dsal haa it
' been cloaed, tranaferrlne; tUB. Meni
fee of Portland 14,00 nerea or aranain
timber in Tillamook county. IM co
elderatlon is, something; ver 11.000,00
The timber will. It le Mtlrnatsd,
mora than . 1.000.000.000 . ff Of HJr-
. chantabl lumber. , . : ' '.'.'
The deal waa made throurh Percy
Allan, W. H. Buoy and J. XL Wheeler.
' The timber lande are In the region of
the Wilson ri ver, and adjacent to proj
ected railroads that will ultimately
make the stumpege easily available to
the markets. .Fir largsly predominates
In the tract, and there . la aiso aome
hemlock and spruce.
: Thla la the second large purchaae of
'Oregon timber made by Mr. Mensfe.
et fall, with two associates, J. M.
Rockwell and Jeaae H. Jones of Hous
ton, bought 0,009 acrea la Marlon and
Ciaeksmas counties, paying U0.000 for
the property. The lumber msnufsctur
era of the south are beginning to recog
nlae the fact that the standing timber
of the northwest, and eapeclally Ore
gon, effora the only field available for
COUNTY'S STAFF OF TEACHERS
INCREASED "BY 89 NEW MEMBERS
Elghty-olne peraona were given
certtflcatea to teach in Multnomah
county achoola next year by the county
examining board, the corrections of the
examination paper having been com
pleted by the county board thla morning,
The examination were held la the Ladd
school building Ausust 14. ' IS and l.
While the clasa waa amaller than last
year in percentage or successful ap
iiosnis is quits large. J lis examining
mponrd or Principals J, K.
oard la co
Gregg of the Hawthorne
school, I. W.
Morgan of the Chapman school. Hopkins
Jenkins or trie Holladay school and
uouniy Buperimenuni K. F. Koblnson.
Taos who were granted first, aeoond
and third grade certtflcatea to teach
were as follows: .
pearl Allder, Mrs. iw w. AUemus.
ence Beane. Luclle Beard. DUa Bluhm.
Clara Boring, Lvda Bramhall, Margaret
Brehaut, Edith Brooks, Jennie Bushnell,
Mlnnls Butler, Helsn Bennett, Grace
Campbell, Elisabeth Canning, Helen
Clark, Roalne Crtaler, Grace Dowd,
vrui ru.i. viiuheth Dunn. Howara
Kocles, Ethel Kvarts, Mart alb, Maud
Kargo. Annie Krasler, Mildred ruse,
Mre. Maud Graham. Anna reyTH
Ureen, Uonna Griffith, Ixwolhv Uilrld,
May Haley. Nora Hansen, raupne risa-
oock. lorcae Hedln. Bertha nenry, tinei
Hopper. Rebecca Hoven, Roaella How
ardT Roes Hughes, Hslena Humason.
Martha Irwin. Josephine Jeancon, fcthel
InlmMn lnrnn Junkin.
Kraert, . I-nulae Lasarue, Sadie Le
Compte, Ainilld I-e. laura Iuoe, Belle
Madden. Marie Madden, Mary Man,
Retell Marina. Frances Martin. Letetla
McKinnon. Marana Matcalf, George;
Metsaer Alma Mills, Alio Mul-
rr.i Kellle Nesvold. Ethel Norman.
Mads ' O'Connor, Kdlth Olson, Stoila
Pennies-. Ida Powell. Margaret PowelL
Alice wulnt, Alice Rademacher, Dorothy
MApm, WjIH rinmnra RevnnldM
Emily Kodgers. Mary rtogers, uract can
born, Kmelle Schalrar, Hulda Bohneider,
Kathrvne Shlvelv. Jennie Smith. ErnaAt
(Uarr. Ethel Starr, Carrls SleVens. Ellen
Taylor, George Weyr Mrat H. R. Wlnch
ell. Bertha Wyss, Hilda Wyvel. Nina
Defines Tosition ori Direct
k Vote and His Candidacy, '
lng I -'
PERFUME OF GARBAGE CREMATORY
OBJECTED TO BY RESIDENTS
The mills of Mr. Menefse are rapidly
cutting his timber in Louisiana, and he
Is pre'iiarlng for the time when they will
have to close down. He recently lo
' rated In Portland for permanent resi
dence, and will ultimately engage In
the milling buslneaa here. He and other
southern Investora are becoming heav
ily Interested In Oregon, and are re
ceiving the cordial welcome they de
serve. ' j "
- REGATTA ATTRACTS
(Continued from Paga One.) ' '
expected thla . evening and tomorrow
The committee looking after the in
tercuts of the alngera and their frlenda
i has been busy providing accommoda
tlona for them and all have been placed.
V The fact of the matter la that Aatorla
' never saw a larger attendance, than
' ' will be with ue this year Judging from
the else of the advance guard and the
" committees on accommodations have
consequently been going some during
the past few daya. It is, however, said
. that there will be room for all.
rate Weather rromisea.
It la seldom that a regatta la pulled
off without one or more showers, but
It Is believed that thla year's festivity
will prove one of the exceptions. The
, rainy sky of the paet several daya, it
; . might be said weeks, has gradually
cleared until now it is almost safe to
' bet that fine weather will prevail from
now on until the last number, on the
The regatta will open before the
r:rand stand at 0 o'clock Monday morn
ng with a grand chorus by the. Psclfio
Kaeogerforbund, welcoming the queen,
- ' Miss Harriet Tallant, who will be
escorted to the 'throne In regal fashion
bv the Vikings on the Viking ship. As
her royal highness aaoends the throne
i she will be crowned by Admiral C. H.
--Jaijetider, the queen being attended by
i her maid of .honor and the admiral sur
rounded by hta staff. After the crown
ing, the keya of the city will be turned
over to the queen. Hon. Herman Wise,
mayor, conducting the ceremony. Then
J., M. Whyte. orator of the day, , will
deliver the address of welcome.
When everybody fuels welcome, then
the big parade will begin to- move
through the streets of the city. The
pageant will be one of the most elabo
rate ever beheld In the city by the sea
and Orand Marshall Charles V.' Brown,
of Portland, has promised to see that
, the -parade will move along smoothly
, and gracefully without a hitch to cause
a moment's delay. The parade will be
headed by Brown'a band for the fifth
. consecutive time. The parade will dis
band in front of the grand stand.
In the meantime the water sports will
be going on, races having been booked to
begin at a. m. The last race for the
day will be pulled off at J:I0 p. m.,
' , when sailing rishboats will compete for
.big stakes. At 1:30 p. m. the big marine
parade will be held. Then the river will
present a picture that would make old
Venlcg turn pale with envy for every
craft afloat will be Illuminated until
' Property- wnera In the ' vicinity of
the alta at East Ninth and Eaat GHsan
streets, on which it la proponed to erect
a crematory, have resolved to Organise
and resist any effort to build a refuse
dumping ground 89 near the center of
the city. . - Moyor ZAna haa been ap
proached and haa agreed to aid the
The oholce of a crematory alto haa
been the subject of much controversy
and shifting of responsibility ever alnoe
It became apparent that a choice was
necessary. . Mayor Lans now believes,
however, ' that he haw' aolved the diffi
culty and aaya ho haa found a ait that
will be satisfactory to nearly ovary on
and offensive to none. He la not at thla
Um ready to make known hla plan.
In the meanwhile the property-own-ara
in the district that would be af
fected by the establishment of a crema
tory in Hullivan'a gulch, at Eaat Ninth
and East OUsan streets, are getting
busy. A meeting will b heldT at the
Church of Good Tidings, East. Eighth
and East Couch streets, Monday after
noon, September U-at I o'clock. Those
firoperty-holder say the proposed alto
n Sulllvan'a gulch la within ono mile
of the renter of the city and would be
very offensive to residents and detri
mental to property valuations for a
great distance in ovary direction.
MINISTER MAKES COMPLAINT THAT
ILLEGAL NUPTIAL KNOTS ARE TIED
Complaint baa been made to the dlo
trlct attorney by a German minister
that Pstsr Tost, presiding aider of tha
Fro Evangelical Brethren church, haa
been performing marriage ceremonies
without being authorised to do so. Dep
uty District Attorney Oua C Moaer la
investigating the matter.
The Free Evangelical Brethren church
waa eatabllabed In 1000 by a number of
Germane who desired to have an Inde
pendent church. About five years ago
they Incorporated, and erected a church
near Beach street It ia asserted by the
attorney for the church that the consti
tution adopted when the church waa or
ganised gives the presiding elder au
thority to perform marriage ceremonies,
and that the complaint to the district
attorney was made by a minister who la
envious because Rev. Mr. Tost performs
marriages without fees.
HOPPICKERS LEAVE BY SPECIAL ,
TRAIN FOR VALLEY FIELDS
Nearly 100 hopplckere left by apeclal
train over th Southern Paciflo thla
morning for Independence, in th Wil
lamette valley, where they will spend
the next three weeka gathering In the
big crop belonging - to Krebs Bros. It
took eight passenger coaches and two
freight cars to carry the pickers from
Portland, . and this train will be added
to between her and Independence. The
' '.' - f '
traina cost Kreba Bros, about 1 1.4 00. but
they expect to harvest 4,000 bales of
hopa with tha men and women who left
Conrad Kreba waa In charge of th
special and superintended the work of
snttlnr the nickers .on tha-traft--with
their bagirag and camping outfits. The
pickers will bo paid $1.10 per 100 pounds
of hopa. but even at that large nric th
AT BENTON F
(Speslal DUpatcb to Tb40unul.)
Corvallla, Ot Aug. II. After, three
daya of Immense crowds and groat en
thusiasm, with speeches by the highest
men in the state, and the brightest. In
cluding Governor Chamberlain. United
Stales Senator Charles W. Jr'ulton and
Others, the All-Uenton school children's
agricultural fair will closs tonight with
an elocutionary recital at the court
house lawn by-Profesaor U. Lexter Paul,
head of the drama Uo art department of
the Western Academy of Music. Port
land, which is anticipated wltn pleasure.
Last niaht a free ice cream social was
given on the courthouse lawn, the tee
by n, W. Kau-
oream being donated
pisch of the Corvallla creamery,
iween 400 and 000 gallons was
parea zur nm event.
h 1 be announcement of the award of
ffi law m v um HWU (Jjr DUpwlUiVUUWII
In hla address Taatnta,afternoon
state powers, tha direct primary, trans
portation and commerce and tariff re
On the direct nrlmm In Its relation
to the selection of United States sena
tors. Jhe declared his position, in brief.
mm renews: iiti tne leaerai oonsuiu
tion should be ao amended as to permit
election by th people; that under the
Oregon direct primary system the leg'
islalur la not and cannot be bound b
ins result or tne primary vote, thougn
believing that In moat cases th legis
lature would follow the popular will so
expressed: that th matter of subscrib
ing to statement No. I must be left with
each legislative, candidates aonsclsnce,
and he had no adulce to offer ouch, and
that, to us hla own Words, "If It shall
happen that soms othsr candidate re
ceives a larger vote for United States
aenator than I do, at tha election to be
held next June. I promise you now that
I will retire from the field and will not
fiermit my name to be presented to the
eglslatur for that or any othsr office.'
WILL FORCE COXPANY
(Continued from Pag One.)
of the official bulletin Of the Associated
Press publicity commutes In Chicago.
According this report, which Is re
garded as being absolutely authentic,
the Associated, press instead of im
proving lis service as has been claimed
Is In a worse position new than at any
time during ths strlks.
Pupers receiving the Associated Press
servlcs are getting but a email Part of
the new and ar bringing so much liie
f luonce to bear upon the company In
the hop of settling th etrlk that It a
believed it will algn th union scale
within tha next four daya.
Vi x thm Xe Pttom. -
Comlihone all aldng ths Jin to r . the
operatora have been Improving, Mpeolal
lyln the east and ths bulletin declares
that the Associated Press la In ths last
o?tch in Its -"Ike. Not 0
its usual new aervlc. ia Tlng fur-
bifice th atrlk many operatora who
at first uid not go out ha v become
more familiar wltu the
have letl tueir keys. T he lfnfr,0:
eratora havs also been doing a
j . 7 miahinniLrv work, which
has resulted in many.desertlons. so that
the company Is losing men ; ever- oay.
Chloago ancf New lor orfieea ar out
. v..,,. Tha atatement that liO of
the Associated Press . operator war
about to return to work, which waa sent
ont h tha Bomnanv a fsw days ago. baa
been proven false. Not. on of th
yen up the fight.
Taw Operators at Kya
growers are la -need of. Dor help
BIG SHOW ALL
READY TO OPEN
Exposition Building in Gala
Array for Pure Food
' th water upon which it float reflects
, a aea or tire.
' Oooaty rat lg Feature. ' '
" This feature of the regatta will prob
ably be the most spectacular and lmpos-
lng. The following day wlM be devoted
to land sports, boat races, concerts and
many other Interesting features, while
a tug of war will dette-mine the respect
lve strength and endurance of the men
of different nationa. The tug of war
contests will be held in front of the
grandstand on September t, '4 and t.
Th county fair will be a feature not
to be overlooked. In fact to many It
will be tb main show. Country folk
will pour Into the city, many have al
ready arrived, and they will take in th
exhibit with saor enthusiasm than the
snorts who apnnd daya to prepare for a
boat race. Livestock f all kinds will
', be exhibited and th crops of Clatsop
county In particular will be displayed in
BRYAN SETS DATE ;
' FOE IDAnO VISIT
, " (Special Dispatch ta The Jeerasl.)
Boise, Ida., Aug. 11. As a result of
' th afforta of a committee of Democrat
nppolnted at a banquet given her last
Jefferson day,. William J. Bryan will
apeeJc In Bois September 11. Senator
Ravenal Macbeth of Custer county waa
made chairman and Judge Quarlea Im-
; mediately opened correspondence with
Mr. Bryan, who waa urged to nam a
date for a public meeting at Boise
, Secretary C, E. Arney of the Demo
crat lo state central committee has re
ceived i a letter from the Nebraakan,
written from Meadville, Missouri, Au
gust 13, In which he says he will speak
in this city the'evenipg of September
11 at a public meeting. Mr. Bryan will
speak at no other place In Idaho at that
time, lie will arrive In Bols on ths
afternoon train from the east snd will
l-nve on the late train that night for
lilue Lakes, Idahd.vrhere he will spend
a few days at rest f
l - i--'- -4 "-ML
WAITS ON APPETITE"
. , .
when a man regularly brrakfast
on . ." '
' Business Manager J. W. Dean of th
Portland pur food show and industrial
exposition which opens for a two weeka
season at Exposition rink next Monday
evening la bosy today putting on th
finishing touches and he announces, that
th local ahow will open up under more
favorable auspices than any other which
he luaa been associated with throughout
tha United States.
- The big building which will house th
exhibits baa been thoroughly cleaned out
ana mott or tne Dootns ar aireaay dec
orated. Exhibitor ar arranging dis
plays today and all the lighting and
plumbing arrangements for th ahow
Special arrangementa ar being mad
for th aafety of the crowds that will
attend. Manager Lean nad a long con
ference today with Fire Chief Campbell
and th latter mad a careful Inspection
of th rink. At th conclusion be advo
cated th Installatlonot 200 feat of fir
hoss such aa la used by the fire depart
ment and the placing of alx automatic
sprinklers la various parts of tha build
ing. . Mr. Dean agreed with the fir chief
and before tb Dig snow is nnally
opened next Monday night every thing
necassary for the absolute safety of
th bubllo will have been attended ta
A large canvas haa been spread below
the glass roof to prevent leakage In
case of rain. An entire new floor ha
been placed On the basement of th
building and ' b electric lights were
teated thla morning. Moat of the booths
are decidedly novel and out of th
ordinary, in construction. Ths entire
building has been draped Inside with
red, white and blue bunting, and her
and there yellow and purple streamers
lend harmonious coloring to the whole.
"We regret that oponing night la
Labor day,'' said Mr. Dean, "but it was
neceaaarv for ua to begin at that time.
It looked at Brat aa though wo might
be handicapped with regard to work
men, but all that has been arranged for.
We will have ample police protection
to handle th big crowds and w ex
pect to get th people all tha time with
our varied list of amusements outside
th regular sxhiblts, which in them
selves will all b well worth the price
' (Special tlUpetrk ts The Josrsal.) ;
Moscow, Ida., Aug. II. The prepara
tory school of the University Of Idaho
will this year offer In addition to th
ususl eollegs preparatory courses, ons
In elementary agriculture, that will In
clude the study of soils, crops, farm
animals, fruits, Insects, creamery pro
ducts, gardening and home economics.
Tuition will be free, and tha newly
equipped laboratories, creamery, library
and experiment station of the agricul
tural department will, under competent
Instructors, be at tha disposal of these
' Hatchet Blade In IUa Kneo. .
(pedal W'palc t Tb Joarsat.) '
North Powder, Aug. II. John Hsyhes
rfor surgical assistance, having cat an
nglv gash with a hatchet to the riant
I of and under one of his knenrsna, sn
Inch long end to the bone. He was st
thn time of th accident engsaed In cut
ting a. trail to th Uorham sheep camp.
11 la a son-in-law of U. IX Corns m.
TO BE EDITOR
Loeb Says Story of Journal
istic Aspiration Was
Nothing but Fake.
Uoaraal Specif ferries.)
Oyster Bay, Aug. II. Secretary Loeb
aaya th story that President Roose
velt la negotiating for th council of
th Chicago Tribune la a pure fak.
The preaident wouldn't even eon
alder auch thing," aald Loeb. "Th
spectacle of a former president running
a newspaper and criticising nig suc
cessor would be preposterous."
The atorv which arouaed tha wrath
of the" president's privet secretary
was on woion sir ted onto park Bow
last - night night to the effect that
Koosevelt was planning to take up the
pen, aa editor of the Chicago Tribune,
as soon as hla preaent term In office
TURKEY MUST NOT DROP
f streets in th manner and la th time
demred by the authorities.
ins city nan tne sowar, aoeordlns? to
th contention of members of the execu
tive Doa.ro to either tear un th tracks
of the com nan v when Its directions for
improvement . ar not needed, or to
dux-Hade the afreets and prevent th
operation nf ear until th oomnanr
does tb work required.
According to th Interpretation or tb
city attorney th company would have
do recourse against auch procedure be
cause It must admit th provisions of
th old charter stipulating that the
franchls must contain provisions mak
ing it obligatory upon th company to
make Improvement when and In such
snner as the council should direct
If thla admission "ta not mad than
auctt demurrer on ths part of tb com
pany make th franchise voidable be
cause without th Btlnulationa twin In-
eluded In the franchise the city council
naa no auinorny to grant it, . This view
of the question 1 accented bv the law
yers nf the executive board aa sound
and It haa been determined te eot upon
It as occasion may snake necessary.
raw Wtthoas Tracks.
There la now cendlns- a contrast for
th improvement of Killings worth ava
nuev from - Unto to Patton avenue, a
dletano ef one mil. Th contract
prtc for thla work Is 171,00 and th
con tractors have practically mad all
arrangement for beginning tb work.
Th atreetcar company has. a doubls
traok from Williams avenue to Patton
avenue, while it maintain a branch
Una from Williams avenue to Union
avenue, a distance of five blocks.
It la aald to be th Intention of th
executive board to proceed with thla
work aa soon a the contractors ar
ready to begin laying th pavement, re-
garaiess or wnemer in streetcar com
pany has finished its share of the work.
Sine to lay th pavement without th
proper ear tracks having been first com
pleted would make void the obligation
of tha property-owner to pay their
share of th cost, thus throwing th
entire burden upon the city, it is taken
for granted that no pavement will be
laid beside the present tracks.
- It la equally patent then that th
company will either have repaired Ita
tracks prior to tha commencement of
th pavement work or slse will be com
pelled to pay all th coat of Installing
Its lines after th entire street has been
paved or abandon the street from which
the tracka have been torn by th city
Th figure on th man now ai worn
ahowa that out of III operatora
throughout the UnlSed Statee xrpm
which reporta hav been received Hi
are out and but II at work.
Thla table, dlvloed into sections, with
Chicago aa a common center, give the
country weat of Chloago Ml men out
nn .i.A,. .nH ii at work; in th ooun-
try souta of Chicago, 41 msa out and I
working; la Texas and Mexico, II men
out ana none working; in th district
north of Chicago, I men out and II
working, ano scattering, 10 men out
and 4 workln. Thla list does not In
clude . Washington, Philadelphia and
Newark, In the eastsrn dlstrlot, which
cities bad not sent In complete reporta.
Cannot Hanoi ustavssa,
Crippled aa It la by the loaa of thla
number of men. the Associated Press
Is absolutely unable to handle tb busi
ness and so far a It la concerned, at
least, the strike aeema to b practically
at an end with victory very near for
th operatora ..
Reporta war encouraging; for th
Western Union and Postal operatora
ts well thla morning. Everywhere th
men are atrlklng; ia many places they
are adding atrikebreaker to their num
ber, and th aervlc offered by th telegraph-
companlea ahowa no Improve
ment. Both tha operatora and th
telegraph companies admit that condi
tions ar better In Portland for th
companies than In almost any other
city In th country, and yet th aervlc
her la showing no improvement and ia
at th beat alow and uncertain.
.ii in mi J ii JJ h Hi ' . J
C V?$A to the grocery
.: J , and ask for
iVY JhVv 1
Willi Youm Ht 'V narl1 -
HUW wo1At Bwcurr company 1 1.
(Continued from Pag On,).
throughout th Deschutes and Crooked
river region a ,
Th trip over these plain and val
leys will. It is believed, convlno him
that th country he haa ao long neg
lected to build into naa reaonecs a stage
ox development demanding immediate
railroad transportation faollluea.
ltagnat Xsr tot Two Says.'
Th Harrlman scaclal train at De
troit will be brought today to Portland
and will her receive th Harriman
party on Ita arrival tomorrow evening.
It la expected that Mr. Harrlman 'will
remain in Portland one or two daya, at
least. Important matter bar require
He will inspect th new cm art era of
the Southern Paciflo and O. R. N. can-
eral offlcea In he completed Wella-Fargo
building. Mr. Harrlman la tne owner
of a larg Interest In th Wella-Fargo
Express oomnany and Is said to hav
been instrumental In locating th mag
nificent building In Portland. He ha
not been in thla city atnc Its eomfile-
Ha will orobablv be entertained dur
ing hla stay, her by some Informal
function and It l aald he will meet a
committee of the transportation com
mittee of the Portland chamber of com
merce and discuss railroad matter
that hav been a subject of corresnond-
enc by mail between hla New York of-
nc ana tb committee.
torn sides say
(Continued from Page On.)
(Continued from Pag On.)
from aendlng the balloon up that ia
another matter.- Our contract with th
aeronaut calls for th latter to drop
live turkey and that's what w will
have or nothln."
Chairman Heed etated that tha matter
nad been thoroushlv Investigated and It
waa found that in many parts of the
i nuea eiates similar avanta nad been
successfully pulled off. snd In each In
stance where human society officers in-
lerierea cases wsre lost in court.
"There la only ona chanoe in a thou
sand that w would violate th law."
said Mr. Reed. "That would be If the
turkey should fail to spread out Its
Wlnss and sail throua-h the sir. f never
heard of that before. Of course. If the
bird dropped right into the crowd It
might be torn to pieces, but we don't
look for the Impossible to happen."
' Society 'Wtll Xnvok Xw.
:t Secretary Shanahsn announced today
that he would have HnarUl (itfimr XT 1.
Crate and several other apeclal deputies
In attendance at the fair rroun.li on
Monday to see to it that the balloon
did not ascend with any llv turkey.
"W will etop the event If the com
mittee Initials on sending the bird up,"
said Mr. Shanahan. "Ido not see how
tnev can do en In fa aw
on th spot, but In case they defy the
Uw I shall see to It that everyone con-
necieo wun tne affair la arrested and
Farm Coarae t Idaho UnWewlry. 'ft?out to th fuii.t extent of th.
Mr. Shanahan aald that noma four
ears ago a similar event was held in
r-oruand. and that the turkey waa lit
f"L VL v w. J"" hen it reached
the earth -by the easer rrnwn in
deavors to secure the free prise. .
TOURIST TRAVEL CUT
BY COOL WEATHER
(Special Diapsti-b te Tne loeraal.)
Wall Walla. Wash.. Auar. 11 Well
Walla's, visitor to seaside resorts thla
year were far short of last veer. en.
cording to reports made public yester
day by local ticket airente. Ticket Bales
show that only J M. Wall Wallana went
to the coast thla year, eom Dared with
.J last year, a falling off of nearly
100. Railroad officials give aa a rea
son for the light travel that an unusu
ally cool summer prevailed In the Wall
Walla valley thla year, which was also
reaponsibis for light travel t moun
tain, reaorta. , . . .
telegraph companies that they could
transmit msssagea from east to west
- It is to b hoped that th appeal for
redress will be made either direct to
Oyster Bsy within tb week or through
Commissioner Nelll. who is now at At
lantlo City, but will - confer with Mr.
Roosevelt shortly upon the eubject of
Another - Impetua cams from the
women strikers, who; under the leader
ship of Miss Hilda Stevenson, announced
that they would not only parade full
strsngth on Labor day, but will stay
out until Christmas if It la necessary
to help their fellow workers win.
The brokerage operatora continued
their adjourned meeting today. Presi
dent Small appeared and delivered an
addreee, exhorting th members of thn
Wall street chapel to do everything In
their power to make the atrlk of the
commercial operatora a success and
fore th companies to replace tb non
union operator on th several board
Of trad and exchanges with union men.
A committee was appointed to inves
tigate condition in the Wall street dis
trict and report next Tueeday. No defi
nite action wtll be taken on tha question
of calling out the brokerage operatora
until thla committee haa mada ita re
' V BEKVICE MUCH CRIPPLED
Associated Preas Deslrta aa End Put
; to the Htrlke.
On of th moat encouraging reporta
received durhnsr the atrlke rame to
headquarters thla morning In the form
COUNTY WILL BURN
OIL ON ITS FERRIES
, Notice waa aerved oa th county
commissioner this morning ' by th
Banfild-Vyay Fuel company that they
will not aupply fuel for th ferrlea Ma
son and Webster at any prlc after Sep
tember 1. and until then tha prlc will
be raised from 13.71 to 14 a cord.
Th commissioners hav decided to
barn oil on the ferries, and ar advertis
ing for bids for Installing tha oil-burn
ing apparatus. Fuel was originally
supplied to th ferries by th eom pan y
at a cora. a rew montn age
price waa Increased to 11.71 a cord.
In the letter to the board of commis
sioners, the fuel company gives tha
shortage or fuel aa the reason for shut
ting off the aupply of the ferrlea. -
COUNTESS SAYS ITER
HUSBAND IS BIGAMIST
' llamtmal moiMml ...!-. 1
' Norrletown. Fa, Aug. I li After
nearly alx yeara of married Ufa aa tha
wife of Count Juan do las Torres,
Spanish grandee. Countess Frances
Torres, helrees to th Holme millions.
haa returned to her mother's horn to
begin action for annulment of her mar
riage. Th countesa declares hery hus
band naa another wire living.
Idaho University Promotion.
If there is one member of the
human system that will pay you
back in full measure for all the
injury you do it, it is the teeth.
Neglect Is no worse than experi
menting . with worthless Denti
frices. Both will hasten the day
of bitter regret. .
Stand by, S020DONT and
your teeth will stand by you.
(Special Dtesetch te Tea Journal.
II. . . . . M IT I J T A a.
v,VWVW, IUA, UR 1 1,1 "1(J jut, JU-
tell. Pb. D., instructor in Lstln and
Orek and actlns- crinclnal of ths Dre
psrntory school of the university of
Idaho, has been appointed to tha full
professorship of Oreek and Latin, the
vacancy bavin- been created by tne r
Ignatlon of Professor W. W. Baden on
account of hla health. Profeasor Axtell
had as a competitor Dr. A. A. Bryant of
Boston, who was highly recommended
py Harvard university.
.Gardner School House) Is Good.
( Special DtapstrB to The Journal.)
North Powder, Or., Aug. 11. Tha new
Oardner acgoolhoue has been accepted
by the board of directors rrom. tne con
tractor, T. 3. Norval of Union, and will
be ready for th opening of tb fall
term of achooL
Florid Camphor Grove.
fiecretary Jams Wilson of th de
partment of agriculture In a recent ad
ore . delivered before the Amerlcua
club of Plttaburg, . declared that tha
United fltatea wss successfully sxperl
mentlns in th production of camphor.
Hs said, in part:
"For ysars the department naa been
distributing camphor tree seed and
thousands of trees are now growing
throughout the south' and tha Paciflo
roast state Two yeara ago a serious
effort wss made to develop tha manu
facture of camphor from these tree.
"By Improvement in manafaoturlng
processes satisfactory results have been
aocompltshed snd a large manufacturing
concern la now building up a camphor
grove of 1.009 acres In Florida, from
which It hopes to make ita camphor.
This firm uses mora than I00,000 worth
of camphor every year." ..
$4,000 for Half Kaniaa Uog. .
From th Kanaka City Htar.
C. W. Dinsman, a Poland-China hoe
breeder Of this rlty, has sold to A. and
P. flohmlta of Alma, Kansss, a half In
terest In the fine Poland-China male
Victor for 14,000. This hog was bought
by Mr. Dlngman last winter in tha east
and la to be shown at the big atate fairs
tbls fall. He Is pronounced by many to
be the beat Poland-China hog alive to
day and the price ef It.Ono for a half
Interest makes Viotor the highest priced
hog-aver sold.- , .
When Yon Travel, Enjoy the Snperlor
' of through Northern Pacific trains. A dainty ,
A breakfast, tasty lunch, or delightful dinner pre-:.
' ; pared by a skilled chef and thoroughly ' well
served, will round out and Tary the pleasure of
your trip. The bill-of-fare is varied and attrac
tive the viands appctizing--he car attractive
and easy riding. . ' ".. ' . v .
"Get Your Meal on the Train
" '' Dining cars on all transcontinental and Important
local trains. '
For full information call on or write
A. D. CHAPXTON
Asst. Gen Pass. ' Age),' 255 Mor
rison Street, Portland, Oregon.'
Aa t 'ri - t - ' ' " "-'Seew e "
1 the only Govern yment in the World that provides .
- its citizens witn a Jv simple s means 01 aisunguisnin.r
between REAL1 j whiskey and Imitations. Under,
tht Bottling la J Bond Act, whiskey bottled un-
cJ i oer uovernment supervision
must ocar over inc.
' T "TTJ must raarutr ni
'-i.i.iw i3 neck of each bottle a
W. Green. Stamp on
m m m n .r -v w t
: 11 9mpryrwkt
which is plainly stated
the exact are; stirnrth
and quantity of whiskey
In the bottle. When your
health requires a stimulant, demand
' sern ra
Tit p 1 Pimp I rnnn
DisnuxD m utfcnxxr
rSSk ye' wet KNOW Met lbs wklehey yea dresk Is sel'seaaMaieTartHC
urtriv MrooR is Wiiwiia un a 1
sasista tbsrsegMy, risasi sod evarsd y g esty, mmi bstJM ssagsr tha awect
I el U. a. Islarsal awvaa omuns. N tsscss BeaMMr ettk Ms hark
swam mmm saN. rta Saver fsH, (
BLUMAUER ft HOCH. Portland, Oreton, Diitrlbators.
RUSSIAN CZAR MAY v
BE KILLED TOMORROW
. (jreersal Special Serrh).)
St. Petersburg, Aug. II Th esar
will par hla flrat visit to this lty in
two years when ha attenda tomorrcw
th dedication of th church erected to
the mamorv of- his grandfather. His
advisers sought to persuad th emperor
not to make the trip, but he Is deter
mined despite repeated threat of assas
sination. Many prcruci ns win never
return to Tsarskos-Selo ally. Th Bre-
rautlons taken leav scsnt hop for th
terrorist. - Officials - dsclar there ia
no danger of an aasasslnatlon. . ,
TEXAS MAY LET UP '
ON HARVESTER TRUST
. (Jevaal, Special Service.)
Dallas, Aug. II. A new urn
taken In th anti-trust eult of th atate
of Texae against the International
Harvester company for more than
11,000,00 In penalties snd to drive the
company out of the stste. Effort wsre
b-un to settle the caaa out of eourt
with indication that they will aueoeed.
AKES) the SKIN UKK YOU WANT IT
- DOES IT IN A MOHCNT
A liquid preparation. r
"' ''.',''' tor Face, Seek, Arm
- It Is neither stleky
' , -aorcTMsy.
1 lagan S. IV barml, clean
Cannot b deteoted.
Two colors, Pink and
'- Ua It morais noon
s Winter, Spring, Fav
- SAM PUB VBEB.
' ' Lyon annfacturlna; Co., '
44 fl. Fifth St. BrooUrn, V.T.
Oeeee and duoka
. 1 i I IS
are numerous on