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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY ' 7, 191W
JURY SHUN III
Judge Morrow Strict With Men
V; Who Want to Be -
Tl.a.Fibruery grand Jury waa sworn
' in by I'reahllng Judge Morrow Jn the
Circuit court ' this morntng, Its soveli
members blns drawn from tha Hat of
Jurors for the trm. As tha January
grand Jury worked until . last' Saturday
; there la no biinlneas requiring Jrnnr.edt
1 at attention, and Judge Morrow "ex-
coned -Hie members until they ara need
el. i Tliey will le called -by telephone
when wanted and not until then will
, the instructions of the court be given
or I lie foreman acnolnted." '
1 T-he new grand jury Is constituted a
. follows; F". Vtlmot, aecrctary Embody
, Bradley company. ia tvortn n-ign
teen Hi atreet: W. J. Zimmerman. prel
dent Hydraulic Wood Lift company. 61
t Belmont atrret: W.1 F". Roberta, cabinet
" ' tnaker. 65 East Twenty-flfth atreet: W,
11. Poldmore. Ml Weldler atreet; Warn
er Patterson,' tailor, 70 East Taylor
atreet: George rorges, window dreaaer,
1060 East Alder .atreet; W. II.' Black, re
" tired.. 666 Commercial atreet :
filxty-lhree out of 120 Jurora drawn
for the term responded to their nsmea
thla morninr. Tha grand Jury sub-
tracted aeven more. About a score of
tha remaining St wanted to be excused
for varloua reaaona, but Judge Morrow
, allowed onlir two to go entirely free, ai
. though he made conceaalona -to aeveral
by excusing-them for a few days.
H. B. Archer, foreman of a telephone
construction force, appeared with an ai
torney to argue the case for him. It
waa declared . that If he were taken
wayfrom tila work, tha company could
et no ona to take hla place. -
"If Mr. Archer ahould fall from a pole
today and break , hla leg, the company
would find aome ona to put In hla place
.ty 10 o'clock; tomorrow," reeponded
Judge Morrow. ,
- Ha allowed ' Archer a Tew daya In
which to arrange hla affaire ao.ba can
do Jury service. -
William VT. Porter who haa charga
of tha delivery boya at a local depart
ment atore, alao appeared by attorney.
"I would not excuse a window dreaaer
from another atore. In aplta of all hla
pleadinaa.". aald tha Judge, "and I can
rot excuse him." . Porter, will have U
serve, beginning .next week. .
J. C Bkelton, although preaent., re
ported that ha haa moved out of tha
late alnca tha Jury Hat waa made up.
"That la a good excuae," aald Judge
Morrow. "You had better dlaappeap at
once, before they can get you again." -
George E. Walker waa excuaed in a
hurry, becauie he haa acarlet fever at
home. .'The Judge aald he could go, wel
comely. Several who complained of 111 health
were told to return ln few daya. The
Judge aaaured them that they would
probably be much better with a day or
ao for rest , ,v . . . . V ,-
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with pure water 1 dewnp, conclusive
Bawaaaa WW aw .
- AT SPECTRE OF
nltlona aa the "present garbage Incin
erator." All that ..Mr' Mllla had to aay
referred to "now." He waa endeavor
ing to ahow the caricature of a city
Portland would be had "progrens been
weaker than mom-burke and natural ad
vantages withdrawn." .
Ona broad principle. Confuting the ar
gument used most by enemies of the re
gent pure milk crusade, he laid down.
It la: Public health la the atate'a re
sponsibility. . " ' '
"Government guarantees to all men
life. Ubet iy and the purault of, happi
ness,' he aald. " ,
.. , . , . In aroaatlo Tain.' ,
Proceeding, he showed In rr"J!
vein how municipal government,..-
hnrl nf III first obligation. '
"Public health I the foundation upon
which reeta the strength of the naUon.
waa one or Mr. Millaentences. The
fundamenUl law of health la PurUvr"
pure am pure iooa pun
penalties, lmpoaed by outraged otura
for vlolatlona of tnta taw mr
a !... mi iiMih." he aald In rrx
planatlon. adding: "Tha time waa when
ah epidemic of typhoid rever we- cou
eldered a manifestation of the '"P'"
ure of the 'all merciful Father. with hla
erring children; dyapeptie rataimr-
lleved to be the 'win 01. u
and let It go at that. s
"Today aclence pointa ita accueiua
luted water and milk aupply. the peat
i.a.k nnamiiin from the ecum covered
pond, and another Blander upon tha much
maligned Petty haa Deen
D..ku. hu itMimniii Durliy; and one
of tha fundamental functlona for which
our city government la mimowo
Inaure to thai people.1, pure -water, pure
food, and pure air: aye.' and to. aid the
Individual In pure living.'. . '
. CHubage Dlapoaltloa.
Tn till. it connection Mr. Mllla
paaaed quickly tha protection the city
ahould give the individual agalnat the
rum aoaked wretch and the aln atalned.
it liana infected cvtrlan of tha etreeta,
agalnat Impure air and Impure water
to hit hard agalnat tha present garbage
deposition aa the clty'B paramount and
criminal neglect He only pauaed In thla
paaaing to reprove the old tlmera whom
ha made reaponalble' for moat of thla
neglect because of their creed that the
Individual aggregating himself from ao-
ciety ahould shift for hlmseir. ...
-, Tha-apeaker followed with word pic
ture, tha endleaa proceaalon of acaven
gera to tha crematory, noting tha atench
and poiaon of their open, unsanitary
carta and using aa the Inclneratora
deacrlptisnr v"The city crematory that
neatlea ao piCtureaauely. on the lovely
horea burrow and thrive countieaa num-
bera of plague breeding' rata.- Surely
h ntv Rpmitlful' aarbare dump ia
a haven of reat and an earthly paradlae
for fllea and rata., but Itla a atench In
the nostrila of man and a loud proteat
to heaven agalnat tha city governmenfa
failure to do Ita plain duty." V
ratty Ward roUtloa.
"The en 11 no for Impure milk waa
to find the dairies. Whore cowa worej
nrvpr i irauea, wiiere cnli.'Ke.O" roiwira on
pnn of cooling nillk, where doad calvea
decayed in tha barnyard, where em-
plnyea washed thrir dirty, greasy over
alls In the same tub of water in which
milk bottles were rlnaed, It did not re
quire services of a i liacterlologlat to
provo that the milk must be filthy and
an injurious food supply. .
f Complies With Kegulatlone.' . .
"But to find who waa responsible for
these conditions waa not easy, Accuae
the dairyman, whom first you suspect,
and he will tell you, and probably hon
estly, that he compllea with al tha regu
latlona he has ever aeon, and ao the re
sponalblllty passes, geek the state food
and dairy itommlesloner, and learn that
It Is, Portlanda buslnesa to look after
Ita own milk supply. Turn to tho state
board of health and find tha members
In thorough accord with the movement,
but with neither money nor authority to
render aid. Learn on indisputable ltal
authority, that of Mayor Simon hlmaelf.
that beyond tho city limits the health
board haa no authority to regulate Ita
own milk aupply. . -
"Tossed from one to anpther Ilka A
shuttlecock, 'In despair lay tho subject
before the grand Jury and lesrn that "it
la only through unity "of. action that tha
doaired results can be obtained.' So,
after all, thera la no responsibility; like
tha pea In the ahell game. It la a mental
delualon. . ; - I
nnflM rn innnAi
I II I ll'l II II 11 II I I'M Ml
honld ru alaapOnaihlUty.
"Let us bopa that the new city ordl
nance will result In unity of action and
place the responsibility for. pure milk
wnere u Deiongs." v ' '
Mr. - Mills gave tribute to tha Con
aumera' league. Woman'a club. Vlsltln
Nurae aasoclatlon. Council of Jewish
Women, .and many other organlaatlona
for tha valiant, work they have 4one In
Denair or public health. Ha stated that
much credit la due Dr. Eather C. . Pohl
for tha valtant fight she made agalnat
ancleanllaeaa while city health officer,
ana cioaea with thla expression..
"Under the authority ,of tha city
board or health, a quiet, unassuming, en
ergetic little, woman la dally trudging
about your etreeta. from alaughterhouae
to market.- from commission house to
fruit atand, from- creanvery to reatau
rant, preaching the doctrine of pure food
and cleanliness and occasionally empha-
suing her remarka by an arrest Prob
ably Mrs. Sarah A. Evana doea mora to
protect your Uvea than any other Indl
viduai in the city. , ;.-.,.
The aaying . of.. Paateur that 'It
within the power of man to rid hlmaelf
or every. paraaltlc-diseaseA ahould en
list every one In tha battla aealnat dla
eaae. The t'lght with the enemlea of
public health ia one to a finish and the
rallying cry la. 'Purity, purity of water,
purity of air, purity of foods and purity
or living- i .s...;.,.v. , - u t
WHO JILTED HE
Mrs. Mycr Secured Divorce to
' Marry J.B. Haynie, Who
Later Left Her. .'
I ! iiiiinrrrtA riirrn
I); HGHI IORIUUIIY- .
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f fContlnued From Page One.)
,the measure la placed on aecond read
ing. The bill waa Introduced In the house
by Representative, . Parker of New
Jersey. ''. - , . , .
New " Tork, Feb. 7. Wall atreet was
frightened today; when the news came
from Waahington that the senate had
adjourned immediately after tho pre
venting of the administration's federal
incorporation bill.' '
Liquidation and 'profit taking, along
with a goodly amount of short selling,
played havoc with aecurlty prices dur
ing the aesalon, and the stock market
closed from.l to 7 points, lower.
Chief ' among those who feared the
work of the senate -was the ' copper
clique, and notwithstanding , the united
attempt to hold the market steady, even
to the extent of Thomas W. Lawson's
Issuing . a statement to , huy coppers,
Amalgamated lost in value over $4.60 a
Bhare during the day. v
Other metal aecurltlea' began to . lose
heavily and American Smelting & Re-
fining- common dropped over 13.58' a
share, Anaconda Copper $2.25, National
l,ead common $4.26, United States Steel
common a fraction over $4 and the pre
ferred $2 a share. ,
" There was a like tendency to aell
railroad securities, and - this coat the
Reading company $4.6 a share on Ita
common stock. Union , Pacific , lost
fraction over $3, arid Southern Pacific
$3.76. Other railroad aecurltlea were
hit heavily. , . .'X'-r--:
. Kugena Tremblay, the Canadian light
weight wrestler,, la matched to meet
Max Luttbeg to a finish at Chicago on
February 14. : ' .
Authorities are pretty well . united In
the opinion that ordinary care on the
part of the Individual greatly lessens
tho danger or contracting consumption.
- So many cases of this dread disease
nave their origin in neglect of an ordi
nary cough or cold, tluit It ia appalling
to note the Indifference with which so
many people regard this . common com
plaint, t At the first lndlcatlonof a cold steps
ahould be taken to check It at once. For
this: purpose the following simple for
mula is hlffhly recommended as being
moat effective. Mix together. In a large
bottle, two ounces of Glycerine, a half
ounce of -Virgin Oil of Pine compound
pure and eight ounces of pure Whiskey.
Shake- well and take a tea spoonful four
times a day. It ia claimed by the Leach
Chemical Co., of 'Cincinnati,' who pre
pare the . genuine Virgin. . Oil of Pine
compound pure.- that this mixture will
break up a cold In twentys-four hours
and euro any cough that ia curable.
"Ara you tinsophlatlcated enough." ha
continued, "to wonder why these con
ditions have endured ao long and noth
lng.haa been dona to remedy them? Then
aak your councilman. If posted on mu
nicipal . history, and entirely Ingenuous,
ha will tell you that health board after
health board haa called attention to thla
menaca. to public health, but no council
haa had the courage to determine upon
a nroDer site -for tha new incinerator.
Aye, tha alta Is the rub; that and the
pettiness of ward poiuica. - -
"People finally voted a $150,000 bond
l ami after , the council favored tha
Gutld'a lake alta, and that deatroys
(God save tha mark), tha refuae of the
city In order that our air may be dia-
eaae free and pure. Note now morougn
lv tha crematory fulfills Ita taak. Poor,
worn out, and patched rello of . bygone
daya, the crematory doea its best. But
when It can receive and conaume but 40
tona a day what can , the poor oia
thing do other than spew the remaining
00 tona of ita dally offering" out upon
the aurrounding ground." , . s v ;
" What Killa rouad.
This la what Mr. Milla found at the
"Five acres coverea ror a aepm oi t
to 20 feet with a rotting,. featerlng, de
caying, foul smelling maaa of vegetables,
fruit ? and the scavenger oniy. Knows
what else besides, over which dance mer
rily in the bright sunshine, dlsaaaa bear
ing fllea. ' ' .
Poor foolish, trusting voters: Tney
did not know tha council had carefully
drained the llfeblood from the measure
by, transferring from the health board
to their own ward governed oouy m
selection of the aite. . The Interest of
the wards . was held higher than the
needs of tha City!" .
'Mr, Mllla did not leave the garbage
question before he Had roundly : con
demned the Incinerator's present loca
tion, .and had recommended a location,
wltnout regard to politics, near the
clty'a center ao that the disease menace
of garbage filled gulchea in other cor
ners of the city-than tha northeast, may
bo ; removed.- - ' ,
Hard Bnrfaoa Btraata.
He' commended Mayor Simon's effort
to obtain hard surface streets and ap
pealed to popular sentiment for enforce
ment of tha ordinance against spitting.
This, said Mr. Mills, is the most effec
tive means of spreading the great white
plague, which laat year In Portland
took toll of victims which numbered 10
per cent of the totat number-of deaths.
Then he made recommendations which
were, briefly: .
More power . to the city board of
health. - ,-
More favor for medical Inspection of
schools.' . - f
A first ' aid to tha injured attendant
physician to accompany the ambulance.
Greater .appropriation - to safeguard
publio health. . " ' . ,
Wider dissemination or knowledge.
, Hushing of tha querulous and decrepit
Institution of an emergency hospital.
Discusses Kllk Situation.
'The milk situation waa made the cli
max ;of. Mr. Mills' address, r He said:
"Ninety-four babies less than, four years
old,died this last year in Portland be-i
tween July 6 and October 19 from dis
eases of which an, Impure milk supply fa
usually , the contributing cause. .That
suspicion of the milk supply Is .not un
founded la corroborated by ; tha : fact
that during the fall' months,- September,
October, November and -December, there
were 287 casea of typhoid fever; for ln
rant mortality In the summer followed
by typhoid fever In the fall In a city
(Continued From' Page One.)
In a dripping prespiratlon and although
tie took afterwarda the beat care pos
alble of himself, ha contracted a heavy
cold which he was unable to. throw off.
Ha came home at Thanksgiving and.
spent a week trying- to build himself up
again. - Ha then returned to college
against the wishes of his father and re
mained until Christmas. When he came
home at Christmas time he waa very
weak and stated that he waa unable to
climb a flight of statra without atopplng
to rest Then for the first time he told
Of the basing whioh had brought on the
cold.. At physician waa ,, Immediately
consulted and had since been in at
tendance on Mr. Gore. In spite of care
ful attention he died Sunday afternoon
or quick consumption. ,
Leaves Many Triends.
; r. Gore was a young man of excep
tionally high character. He was a dill
gent student and took an active part
in local church' work. His hablta were
most exemplary , and his 1 report cards
from the university show his standing
there waa similar to that in this city.
He leavea a host of friends.
Mr. Oore was a native of the Rogue
river valley. He was born In Ashland
22 years ago on February 1. His
mother died three years ago. Since' that
tl.ne he had resided with his father and
two aistera In thla city.
The young man's father j declines' to
discuss the subject of basing, but It la
known that he haa wired President
Campbell of the university In regard to
Mr. Gore was a member of one of the
pioneer families 'of the' valley. . Hla
grandfather came to southern Oregon
serosa the plains In 1853. His father,
W. 8. Gore, haa a I nee resided in Jack
son county. " -- '
HOME MIXTURE FOB RHEUMATISM
published Here X,ast Winter and Hua-
Oxeds Helped by It.
The following aimple prescription
will be found the most effective remedy
obtainable for rheumatism, pains in the
joints, lame back, and general debility;
it will, restore physical vigor.
'JOne ounce syrup .: of - Sarsaparllla
compound; one ounce Torls compound;
half pint of high grade whiskey. These
to be mixed and Used fn doses of a
tableapoonful before each meal and at
bedtime." . .' .
Any druggist haa these Ingredients
or will quickly get them, and they are
easily mixed. , .
tEB POUCTHOLBEBS' COMPAJTT
- cohbett Btrminro,'
Cot. rifth and Morrison ts.
' "" ' - : (-:"." ;' wis" '.?.s, -J: i
A. ' I MILLS. ; . , . . . .President
L. SAMUELS.. General Manager
CLARENCE S. SAMUEL, '.Asst,,. Mgr.-'-
Is Best for Oreg'onians
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rose; rjAKEl i I
PARK!- ruwirt 1
fter following J. R ; Haynie from
one end of the coast to the other In a
vain endeavor to force him to marry
her, Mrs. Kloedra I,. Mycr of Kl Paso,
Texas, yesterday - shot and seriously
wounded him and later committed aul
clda. The only persons present prior to
the shooting were the two principals.,
The two met in El Paso Tour years
ago, and for a time Haynie la said to
have been an ardent admirer-of the
woman. Hla affection waned, however,
and three yonra ao h left Texas and
Mra. Myer and came to Portland. Mra,
Myer followed him to Portland, oeten
slbly to Induce him to marry hr." Last
spring, after she hod made.tutlle at
tempta to bring about this result, she
sued him for $10,600 for breach of
promise. The suit failed, however, and
the shooting at Madras yesterday Is tha
final act In the tragedy the two have
been playing; i ., - '
1 From the happenlnga of the past few
days, tt la believed that Mrs.. Myer had
evidently given Up atl hope of becoming
Haynle'a bride, and that she Went to
Madras with the Intention of shooting
him. Thursday 'last Mrs. Myer came to
Portland from Tacoma and took rooms
at.' tha 8aranae rooming house, -47
North Sixth atreet 8he made out her
will, and called B. H. Young, the, pro
prietor of tlje rooming house, to act aa
witness. The will, with other property,
was deposited with her attorney, Walter
This completed, she must have left at
once for Madras.- - She had found Haynie
through the efforts of a private detec
tive bureau here, and went directly to
Willow Canyon, near Madras, where
Haynie waa working for Porter Bros
railroad contractors. After begging
him several times to marry her, ahe
shot him. She committed suicide a few
hours later by taking poison.
"Mrs. Myer waa a determined worn
an," said Walter G. Hayes, her attorney,
this . morning, 'am not at all aur-
prised at what happened. She waa mad
ly In lova with' Haynie. . It la said she
threatened to kill him several times be
fore. She was formerly the wife of
Jacob Myer, a wealthy timber and mln
ing man of Texas. Sh obtained a dl
vorce from .- him, Intending to marry
"Haynie had a wife and five children
In Stamps, Ark. He deserted tbem."
IN SUPREME COURT
(Special Diptch to The Journal.)
Salem, Or., Ffeb. 7. A stay of sen:
tence having, been refused by Judge
J. U. Campbell , In the circuit court
for Waahington county for John D.
Roselatr, convicted of murder in the
first degree and sentenced to hang
Friday., proceedings have been carried
to the supreme court and will be ar
gued before that body Wednesday.
' Transcript on appeal waa this morn
ing filed br John A. Jeffrey, : attorney
for-Roselalr, and Mr. Jeffrey was not!
fied at 'once by telephone to appear
before the supreme court Wednesday
with District Attorney K. B. Tongue
of Washington county and show errors
of the trial court sufficient to warrant
a atay or sentence.
Roselalr was accused of killing his
wife in their mountain home in the
northern part of Waahington county
because she served him cream instead
of milk 'for breakfast. -
LINE IS ASSURED
' (Rneclil Dlapateh to Tha Jnornal.)
Merrill, Or., Feb. 7. RIght-of-Way
Agent W. 8. Worden, of the Southern
Pacific -company, stated that the ex
tension of the road south to Merrill
from Klamath .Falls would cost about
$500,000. The survey made a year ago
will have to be changed, and a sur
veying crew will be sent here imme
diately to run the line about 190 feet
north of -the old router-
The Merrill Chamber-' Commerce
committee was at work yesterday se
curing- donations - of rights-of-way td-
ward Klamath Falls, and it la practi
cally certain the line will be built to
Junction at that place. r
All Rose City, Park Cars run
through . Laurelhurst. Take car
at Third and Yamhill sts.- Sales
men on the ground. ; Office 522
Corbett Building. - .
- Have you a weak throat If so, you
cannot be too careful. You cannot be
gin treatment too - early, :.. Each cold
makes you more liable to another. And
the laat is always the harder to cure If
you will -take Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy at the outaet-you -will be saved
much trouble. ; -, v
y-. rt to cure
4 Noetomacli donngreathetbepleaiaot,
healing, genu- killing air of Hyoraei, aad cure
catamh. coughs, corns, crow.
ton THROAT, BKOKCHltH, tTC.
J Complete outfit, including hard rubber in
haler, f JQO, on Koney-back plan, fcjttra
bottioc, 50c DruggiaU every whera.
,: Mail order filled by r
BOOTH'S HY0ME1 CO., BUFFALO, N. T.
is not a trifling disease. With
the cough spasms, straining
of , the chest- and stomach,
there is t always a loss of
strength and flesh that or
dinary food cannot restore.
heals the inflamed bronchial
tubes, relieves the cough and
nourishes the child.
It is the food-medicine par
excellence in this disease. ,
HX DBUQG1STS - " '
only thing that can keep Portland from
"opening up the disgraceful -conditions
from which the city waa rid about alt
years ogo." He quoted one keen ob
server aa saying that never had he seen
a city go so rapidly to the bad as haa
Tortland In the last six months.-
The ministers passed a resolution to
stand behind the Municipal' association
In Its efforts to suppress, prize fight
ing. An effort waa made to Ignore the
municipal association In the resolution
that the ministers might appear as their
own sponsors because of political feel
ing about the league, but the effort was
passed by. . .
A manifestation of irritation was
made when the matter of Laymen's Mis
sionary movement was brought up with
the requeat from JI.. A.;- Wheeler, chair
man for the Pacific coast, that all com
mltteea be In readiness and working
when he arrives next week. '
"''.. Dr.- Tonlkes Wanders.
1 Dr. Foulkea" wondered why it waa that
the ministers had heard nothing about
tne work till they were Informed that
they must he worktng. and Dr. Rader,
assenting In the View that there "aeemed
to have been a willful avoidance of the
subject with the ministers" deplored
the fact because It would be Impossible
for ministers or laymen to do aught
without each othera" help.-
No one knew anything about the plans,
no committees seem to have been ap
pointed and yet the laymen'a movement
left Buffalo October 18, are now In
Memphla and will arrive here for a big
rally three daya In March.
Ur. Foulkes suggested that the ex
ecutive committee be ordered to find a
better, more comntodloua place of meet-ina-
anil the audience, recognising their
predicament, greeted the auggeBttoa with
acclaim. Dr. Cllne merely requested
that the sign on the door "fire escapo '
be retained for the pew room. .
Talks oa Juvenile Court.
Judge Earl Bronaugh presented the
work of the Juvenile court. introducing
his talk cleverly with a recollection of
his first acquaintance with the Juvenile
court in 186. when he took French
leave to spend the day with hie uncle.
Vpon his return at night the juvenile
nnnr rnt into "extraordinary session
with father as the Judge and the prle
oner was not accorded the right of coun
sel." "That." he continued, 'Is probAbly tha
reason we are here today, because -our
parents did their duty and recognised
the necessity of sustaining their author
lty. The Juvenile court Is the evolution
of conditions of today, when society
must take upon itaelf the duties shirked
by the Individual." He gave a splendid
tribute to the late Judge Fraxer, who
inspired the work, and spoke In high
terms of Judge Gantenbeln. who sys
"The culprits who come before the
Juvenile court arc classified either aa
delinquents or dependents."
OUdren Are Oood.
The former, he said, are easier to
deal with. They are children who are
not immoral, who have grown up with
out moral training, and so know no dif
ference between right and wrong; who
take what they see because they want
it, and have no conception of the differ
ence between thine and mine; who fight
from a natural inatlnct. These, he said,
are often given a good start, and the
Juvenile court saved them from a life
of crime by relieving their Ignorance.
The Juvenllo court's greatest value to
thla class, he said, is that It keeps them
away from the ponce court, wun us
criminal environment, where they are
made familiar with crime and-conatruct
in their minds heroea of the much-arrested
men. The dependents, he aald,
are the most distressing cases dpend
ent children who are left to grow up
In the streets because of Improper home
Oomestlo Discord Cause.
Domestic discord he placed as the
chief cause for the existence of such
children, whose mothers are driven to
the divorce court and then to the shops
or the washtuba, to be gone all day
while their children learn evil, from a
careless life in the street. These are
the children In whom immorality la
found, and he said It would be Impossi
ble to discuss In public, or even through
the public print, the distressing condi
tions of this class. And yet It Is with
this class that the court has most of Its
dealings and its most difficult prob
The speaker deplored the lack of
moral courage on the part of the pub
lic in general in reporting cases of
minor delinquency. He said numerous
canes are reported, . but the complaint
ant refuses to have his name known
This is unfair, because In the Juven-
le court, as in the adult, the accused
should have the right to answer the
charges. He spoke of the machinery
of the juvenile court and its connec
tion with tho reform school, the de
tention home and the Boys and Girls
The chief needs now are a gymna
sium and workshop for the detention
homo and a place for delinquent girls.
He closed his address with emphasis
on the necessity of teaching the child
to respect authority. , '
Too much is left to reasoning with
the child, who is unable to reason about
right and wrong, and the only remedy
Is to make him respect' the law because
U is the law. Just as in the early days
children were taught to respect parental
authority because it was parental au
thority. This regard for authority la
being neglected more every day, in the
home, in the school, in the church, and
it is responsible for much of the minor
delinquencies. - ' ,; ;;
i(lha sinking fund intact, as agreed In
tha contracts, that the irrigHtion com
pany , waa allowed to draw from the
alnklng fund such notes aa they ma
tured, to- reallxe cash on them and to
replace thenv with other notea are made.
Frederick Stanley aa president of tha
Portland bank and director of the Irri
gation company, comes (in for a full
share of criticism.
' All of. the respondents are declared,
Jin the complaint, to be guilty of breach
of trust as agalnat the- Interests or tne
eastern bondholders., Alao It la adduced
that the Irrigation ' company haa de
faulted and failed to pay the amount of
the bonds, due arch 1 and September
1, lion, and the Interest due.; - ,
. Would Not roreclose Mortgage.
Aecorlng to tha terms of" the mort
gage, as set down In the complaint,
the truatee is compelled to . foreclose
the mortgage held against the Irriga
tion company in case one-half of the
bondholders of the" company petition
that audi shall be done. Shtnn and
Addison, as a committee , representing
bonds aggregating S311.000, allege that
the Merchanta Savings A Trust ' com
pany refused: to do this when, ao pe
titioned. . ' '
.The committee petitions the -federal
court for the foreclosure of the mort
gage of 1J04. and asks ' for the sale
of all property held by the Irrigation
company. It - further asks that the
company be compelled to coma to an
accounting and that the collateral trust
fund., created after the leaning of the
first' mortgage, by directors of 'tha Ir
rigation company, he declared In
ferior to the first mortgage. As a
finale,, a receiver Is petitioned for.
W, D. Fenton, J. B. Fenton, Wilson
ft Teal and Ixula O. Addison are so
llcltors for the orators.
To Form Port of CoqulIIe. .
Marshfleld. Or., Feb. 7. The busi
ness men of Coqullle and Bandon have
decided to from the Port of Coqullle
and have taken preliminary steps. R
8, Knowlton haa been appointed tem
porary president and J. C. Ravage has
been appointed secretary of an organi
zation to be known as the Kxecutive
Clubs of the Port of Coqullle. An ex
ecutive committee has ben appointed
to conduct a campaign In the d
and secure the heceanary petition,
dla'trlct will include alt the atfr
of the Coqullle river within the t"
darles of the county.
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Sn4 Mb., Btm of paerand thli J. fornar
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from the sale of the bonds, the irriga
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i land In Crook county from the Pilot
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