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lllU OKLGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY LVOJIIl1,
COOS BAY WILL
' GET HEW DREDGE
Mention, Is Made of Appro
priation in Washing
rrr that no appropriation ,h been
.... i ... I n tha rrruirt Of the rlv
era and harbors committee for carry-
10 SEME FII
Company Will Built East 12th
Street Bridge In Accord
ance With Mayor's Wish.
In accordsncs - with announcement
mads byvMayor Simon In The Journal
a few day ago the euy esecuure Doara
In on the dredging; proj --
n. raommended ' by Major Mem
doe laihls annual report to tha chief
of ths Vnlted States englners was av
laved today by dispatches .from wann
inrtnr. u. C. mkln( mention Of Bp'
proprlatlons for tha poast port aouth
of the Columbia river. , ,
aJMttionai Beoth Sleaomaeadad.
The project recommended by Major
Mclndoe for Cooa Bay, provide for
such additional depth at te bar , en
trance aa can be secured and main
Ulncd.by dredging and "without ; fur
i... 4nti onnifniri ion and for tha ex'
..viiinn ot a channel within the bay
18 feet deep at mean lower low water
up'to the town of warannew ny me
pf tha dredge Oregon, which waa em-
cloyed the better part .or laei
thmt bay ftl in txpcnf
vnimltif t - r
"Of thla new work." Major Mclndoe'B
rr-ninmndfctlon - says. 'The further
dredging of the inner channel U of pri
. jrot iss Than 1400,000.
"It la recommended that ' any
jrovlslon made for tha adoption
tt ' this new - project carry with it
. tnt.i annrnnrintlon and authorization
than HOO.000.. 1 50,000 Of
this to be applied to tha operation with
in the bay of the dredge rfgon and
contingencies, and the $350,000 to the
purchase .or . conettuctlon of a new
hydraulic seagarfn dredgo for work at
the entrance and the necessary operat
ing and contingent expenses. . Of -the
total amount. 150.000 way be provided
In the form of a contract autnonxa
tton ta he carried In the sundry civil
act which will bevapproved not later
than March 4, 1911' ,
95000 for Tillamook Bay.
' Tillamook Bay gets $6000, which Will
be used for dredging and snagging In
the river. Theblll reported to tha
house yesterday afternoon carries $2,
KS2.J40 for the Improvement of Oregon
harbor and rivers, this being the larg
est sum provided for any state except
ing New York, and a, larger sum for
the Improvement of the Columbia river
than any other excepting the Missis
sippi. Following are the appropria
tions Intended for Oregon epd Washing
ton: .. :
Oregon Columbia river and tributa
ries above Oltlo falls to the mouth of
Snake river, $90,000; Columbia river De
tween the foot of Tha Dalles rapids
and the head of Celllo falls (Oregon
. and Washington), $$00,000; Willamette
river abovo Portland, and Yamhill riv
er, $30,000; rnouth'of Columbia river,
Oregon and Washington. $1,200,000;
t'oos Bay and bar entrance, $400,000;
Tillamook Bay, $5000; Coos river. $$000;
Snake river, $7500; canal at Cascades.
$ 5000 r Columbia river ' between Van
couver and the mouth of the "William
ette, $7600; Columbia and Willamette,
below Portland. $176,000; Coqullle river,
$27,640; Clatskanie river, $500; dredg
ing the Columbia, $1000. 4
- -" As to Paget Bound.
Washington Puget sound and tribu
taries. $100,000; Skagit river to Bedro
Wooiley. $100,000; ship canal. Puget
sound to Lakes Union and Washington,
$150,000; Columbia river. Bridgeport to
Kettle falls.U50.000; for Improvement of
the Bnake river? from Rlparia, Wash.,
to- Pittsburg Landing, Or- $14,000; ,f or
Improvement Of Neah Bay, $290,000; for
Improvement of Puget sound, $136,000;
Bellingham harbor, $16,000; Olympia
harbor, $16,000; Hammersley Inlet.
$9000; Wlllapa harbor and river. $30,000.
The entire appropriation for. Washing
ton Is $54.600. 1;.'.., : -:
St Michaels.' Alaska, receives an al
lowance of $00,000 for harbor Improve
ment, and the Hawaiian Islands a total
of $500,000, divided as follows: -Hono
lulu. $160,000; Hllo, $200,000; Kahullu,
$160)00. . ; . . ,'.-
yesterday afternoon awarded tha con
tract for tha construction ot ma asi
Twelfth . street reenforced concrete
bridge to the International Contract
company Of Seattle, , Tha bid of that
romDanr waa tha lowest Buomiliea,
The bridge committee of tha execu
the board, through Us chairman, H. L.
Corbett, at first recommended the award
of the contract to the Faclflo Bridge
company of this city, although the bid
of this firm was nearly $2000 higher
than that of the Seattle firm. -Mr. Cor
bett Btated afterward that the Seattle
company had been eliminated from con
sideration because their " responsibility
had been Questioned by Waddell A Har
rington, the engineers who designed tne
viaduct. . ' '.'
' Mav-or Simon noticed tha report signed
by Mr. Corbett, recommending tna awara
to the local company, and observed that
the lowest bid bad not received tha ap
proval of tha bridge committee, Ha be
in an lnvesUaatlon and announced
later -that ha would certainly aea that
the contract waa aiven to tha Interna'
tlnnal comDanr. If its manager could
how that the company Is responsible.
This tha company' agent hero was able
to do, with the ru't that tna ooaro
awarded It the contract
CONCERNS MUST SEND
IN 1909 STAT
THE STRANGER -
WITHIN OUR GATES
' Tf there Is any radiunj, In this coun
try X am going to find It," said D. Bob
ort Brown, at ' the .imperial today. "I
er'how to find It. but I havo become
so interested in the aubject that I
hava disposed of my business and In
tend to epend the balance of my life in
search Of a pitchblende mine, unless of
coursa I happen to nna one oerore l
round out my 70 years. Mr. Brown
recently disposed of a .hardware store
In Springfield, Utah, to . take up his
, quest. ,
Jwls A;' Scovllle, pelta, Colo. The
tvaliie of Western slope orchard land In
Colorado is certainly coming up. Last
week, a large apple orchard a few
miles south of my place was sold for
$1200 an acre. That seems a big figure,-
but when you consider the fact that this
orchard - last fall . produced over $500
worth of apples to the acre, you can
readily understand - why people are
willing to pay the price.
Walter ; Morgan, , Seattle. , Wash.
What's the matter with Portland! Grow
ing? Welf. I should aay It is. I call
thla kind of building a boom. You Ore-
gonians go along In your slow, conserva-
tive way, and think nothing of a $1,000,
000 deal every few days. But Just go
away for a few months and note the
difference in the city's appearance upon
your return. '- Why, ' Portland has got
na all . beaten , for v growth during the
past three years. ,
SAYS FAMILY OF
t . .. - BROTHER IN NEED
'In th matter of the application for
tbo appointment of a ruardiftn !n the
thrift,' la the title of an action filed
in probate by James K. Thompson,
brotner of Frank. I R. Webster, coun
ty Judge, yesterday allowed the petition.
James K Thompson explains Irt his
complaint that his brother is 27 years
old, married and has two small children;
is tha owner of property valued at
about $1750 and possesses $500 in cash.
1-Yom bis property be derives a monthly
liuome of $7 and -the. petitioner com
plains that this amount.. spends-reck
lsly,; allowing , bis '. family ; to go in
Wint. ,. :.'i:i:.'?lt'U:--!F'fy'
"He Brands his Ufa in Idleness and re
fuses to work and for long has refused
to work." rt-ads the oomplalntr Brother
Jsmes further declares that iri Septera
hr, 1909, Frank;, came into possession
rif $20, wlilcli he spent recklessly, al
lowing Ma wife and babies to want for
pfpper food and clothing;, . ..(
The Internal revenue Bervloa for the
district of Oregon has Just , issued an
important, communication pertaining to
different corporations of tha state, its
object is to call attention to ths pro
visions of ths law requiring companies
to render statements on their gross and
net incomes for 10. Tha notice fol-
lows:- ' ' !
To corporations, Joint . Btoclc com
panics, associations and Insuranca com
panles Your attention is once more
called to ths provisions of section 38
Of the act of August 6, 1909, requiring
alt corporations. Joint stock companies,
associations and insurance companies
subject to ths special excise' tax therein
Imposed to render the prescribed re
turn of their gross and net Income for
the calendar year 1909 on or before
the first day. of March, 1910,. and to
the penalties Imposed by the eighth
paragraph of section 3$ for tha neg
lect or refusal to render such return
or for rendering a false or fraudulent
return, as follows:
" 'ParagrapJ i If any of tha cor
porations, Joint stock companies or as
sociations or insuranca companies afore
said shall refuse or neglect to make a
return at tha time or times thereinbe
fore specified In each year or shall
render a falsa or fraudulent return.
such corporation. Joint stock company
or association or insuranca company
shall be liable to a penalty of not less
than $1000 and not .exceeding. $10,000.'
Where the prescribed returns are re
ceived after March 1, 1910, tha en
velopes bearing postmarks showing the
Urns of mailing shall ba preserved, each
attached to the, return contained therein
and forwarded , by this office to the
commissioner of internal revenue. As
stated in article fl of regulation 31,
blank forms for making ths required
returns shall . be ' furnished on appli
cation at this office; and a failure to
receive such 'blanks and to . make the
required return within tha prescribed
time will not relieve ,the corporation,
Joint stock company association or in
surance company from v penalties im
posed for the failure to make Buch
returns." , . ; .v.
, Such blanks have 'been forwarded to
all corporations known within the state
of Oregon. Therefore, the, service
points out that therq la no excuse what
soever for not making tha Jeturna in
tha proper time. , r
1 STUDENT OUT OF 60
' . . PASSES EXAMINATION
(gMctst rttupatch to Tli lonrnsl.)
Dayton, Wash., Feb. 12. Of a Class
of oyer 60 taking the mid-year state
eighth grade examinations In Columbia
county, Washington, only one student
made a passing grade, and will receive
a diploma. He is Troy Lindley, son of
Charles Lindley; farmer. . The extremely
small number of, successful applicants
Is partially-explained by, tha fact that!
only , six , were examined in all of the
Bubjects prepared , by the state board,
others of the class writing on part of
the question in order - to more easily
grapple with tha examination to b held
in May. , - ,
., Improvcmrnts for La Grande.
! (Rpnrlil DlsDitcb to The Journal.) : '
La Grande, -Or.,, Feb. 12.rLa Qrande
Is , awaiting , with considerable anxiety
for . the coming of spring when . a
voluminous amount of : municipal im
provement - will be inaugurated. ; Ten
miles of paving, bltulithic and macadam.
will be commenced. At' the same time
the pavement is being laid, a new
sewer system will be installed. - p
mWM. 7 SEATTLE Cfl
Given Old Jobs Putting in Foun- Reads' Signs of ."Pacific , Coast
dationvfor Portland Rail
way, Light & Power. Co.
Extension, In D. L & N.
, Operations. ' -
'r ' . 1 . . . i .: ; I
. (Dtilt.d Pr ..cd wlr.
Seattle. Feb. II. That the plans
Tha strike of the Paciflo Englifeerlni
company's pile driver crews was called
off thla morning, and 48 of tha 12 wen h" Denver, Laramie and Northwestern
that had been at "work putting In a Hallway -company, reorganized with' a
foundation for' tha , Portland Railway, """"f 0.000,000 at Laramie,
riffh. Pn. rnmhinvi Haw mwtr Wyom ng, yesterday. comprehend the
Ugnt ft Power company s new power .......i.,- 1h- r,.urt r.nm ... .
house at the foot of JCast Clay street t6rmJnu, tt Fort Cu,,ln., cio.,o Sv
u vmvK va mo j, , .ttlails tha bnllef nf rallwvit n,-o In
ill union tn vujouicu iw '-1 tills CltV tnAHv nfn. ihj r.nu
m ui.iivii v& av ,.u... m'.j -" - - i ramiA m ri r ft i. ..... , .... .......
vi vi i.i.jo .... v" i k. I reselling Seattle ly the way of Lndjr.
hour schedule, but the company showed
that ' that arrangement , waa playing
havoo with the ' machinery and equip
ment, and sd peace was res tored,t he
firm agreeing on, wages as follows for
10 . hours: (my .foremen. $9.43; 'nign
foremen. : $7.35:, r day engineers, $6.35;
night engineers, $6; day pile drivers.
$4.08; night pile drivers,. $4.(8.
EDI LOFios o;r
Home Life Beats. Glamour of
Stage, Anyhow Hubby to:
Help About the Farm ;
Wyoming, local railroad men who have
been watching the progress of ihe foad
suggeat the possibility ot an afflllaUu.1
with the Chicago and NorthweKtarn. be
latter line has Its terminus st Lander
and ts building plans are said to tm
brace an extension to this eltv.
It has not been definitely announced
what route will be followed . Ihrousn
Idaho to Pusvt Bound, but th,l rnmn.mv
Tha 24 mea laid off, It Is said, will lis known to have Becured valuable r in-
have no great trouble in finding em-1 eral ligbts and much right of wy prop
nloyment as there is a.gooa aea oiiperty.
that kind of work going on. ., I .Sines the organisation of the JDenver,
Laramie and isorthwestern Its. officers
MAir MO nm TUAT Ihava been, disinclined to give any ia
nUMt rUri UM I I nH I . ; , I formation concerning their . financial
HnW'T I CT Yflll Ql CCD tacking. It was Incorporstfd fjur years
WUIM I LCI - I UU OLttr ,g0 py Judge 'John D. Milllken of Kan
' , J . - - - . I aisiai lTnltail Btataa AM 11...
' i bp si as. a 4 Hici viiiii u va vve vniaiui . a I
Fabruarv 21' Portland lovers of cats I .i. - Kansas. Wilson I. Davonnv nf
will organise a local cat club, whlclt win I y9W y0rk, K. IV Dwyer, formerly with
ba ths first of the sort In tha north- the Missouri Padflo Railroad, and oth
west It Is said that there 'are manycra. The company Is now operating
fins cats now in Portland, ana one oik trains between Denver and Fort Collina
the objects of the club win ba tne noia
Jng of an annual cat shpw to arouse
greater interest in these beautiful ani
Unknown Man round Dead.
(BpeeUI Ptipatcn to Tbe Jouratl.)
Castle Hock. Waalw Feb. 12. The
A somewhat unusual, feature of thebody Qt an unknown man was found
club will be tha establishment of a ref
urge for all atray cats where they will
along s the' railroad track near01iua
bridge last Thursday, lie was probably
be properly cared for and homes found I struck by a locomotive. . There were no
for them lr possible, it win oniy oe t papers of identification on 1 the body
necessary to notify tha club of any cats land he was burled at tha expense Of , the
without homes,, or cats tnat are sick, I county
nd the club will hava them sent zor.
The refuge will be in charge of Mrs. K.
Kent, at her residence, corner; of
Kelly and Orchard. In Woodstock.
Houses will ba built and tha cats will
ba cared for in the ideal manner.
A preliminary meeting waa held last
evening at the office of J. E. Howard,
238 Sherlock building. Mr. Howard was
appointed chairman pro tern; C D. Mln-
ton, proprietor of the Oregon Agricul
turist, was made secretary and treas-
rer pro tern; Mrs. J. E. Howard. .Mrs,
H. J. Breese, Mrs. H. E. Allen were ap
pointed on the nominating committee.
and -J. 'E. Howard, Mrs. Frank Douglas
and Mrs. H. E. Allen were appointed to
draw up the constitution and by-laws.
At tne next meeting, reDruary zi, tne
officers and a board of directors of ftva
will be elected, after which tha consti
tution will be adopted. It la hoped and
requested that all those interested In
cats will be present at the next meet
ing, as well as become members of tha
lub. Annual dues of $1 have already
been paid In by a considerable number
who hava becomo members. . .
' '-, ' vUliltrd Pr Lr.md Wlrt.l
i Loa Anseles, tvb; ia. Harry Ithelh
stromson of a Cincinnati millionaire,
who married Edna Loftus, the English
actress, against the wishes of his fam
ily, today completed negotiations for, the
purchase of a 3Q-arre ranch near the
foothills.'" Mrs. Ithelnstroui his an
nounced that she Intends to- purchase
six doren chickens and "make' a home
for Harry." Hpeaklng of their proposed
life on a farm, she said: -
"I oan bake, and I am proud of my
puddings and jellies. I am going to
prove to Harry what a devout d wife can'
accomplish.- There is plenty of fun In
going to theatres, but real happiness Is
at home with the man you love."
According to her plans Jlhelnstrom
Will plow tha fields nnd do the "heavy
manual labor, while she will attend to
the chickens and "make butter." '
The young couple will not ba depend
ant on their own efforts for. living,
however, Harry's mother Is a-widow,
with $8,000,000 in her own name, tthe
also has a large inooma from her late
husband's business. . She granted the
young man an annuity of $3,000 shortly
after he married,' following his acquittal
of the charge' of insanity .which his
mother brought against him when he
announced bis Intention, of marrying tha
actress. . i ,
eral councilman, it Is doubtful If evrn
passing Interest will be crratml by rea
son of opposition by two of more candi
dates. For chief of pollre It now ap
penrs that there will be somewhat of a
fight None have Indicated openly their
i Hri.inn in run but four are exnected
to enter, . '
Present Chief Kayburn sock or
rather will seek, reelection. John
Walden, ex-chlef, will run and two
Others are holding back.
A peculiar phase of the corning elec
tion Is that there will be no Socialist
ticket in the field. At least that Is
what the Socialists admit This condi
tion has not existed for many years, for
Invariably heretofore tbe Socialists have
made a good fight, electing councilman
at frequent Intervals. No reason Is ad
vanced except general lethargy.
.Journal want ads brrng" results.
LA GRANDE ELECTION .
: y-vl TO BE QUIET AFFAIR
' ruel.l DlnD.toh to The Joiirntl.t
La Orande. Or Feb. 12. At tha
March election, when a full slate of
new officers will be elected to bold over
until next January, interest Is warming
up considerable In a general way. but It la
apparent tnat mere is to oe out nine
warfare anywhere. For the office or
mayor, treasurer, recorder and the sev'
NEW BROADWAY BIG
W. EJ. Angler, ana of Engineer Ralph
Modjeskl's assistants, -came to Portland
yesterday from Chicago' to take direct
charge of ' the construction of the new
Brdadway bridge. " Mr;Angler has been
here before and Is 'familiar with ' the
topograpny or.5" tne bridge approacnes
and In possession of all the .information
necessary to . the arrangement of pre
liminary plans. i-;
Tha engineer, held a conference with
Mayor Simon. Councllmen Menefea and
EH Us and City Engineer Morris yester
day afternoon. ; He announced , his
readiness to go ahead with the Work of
building the big .span as soon as the
legal entanglements regarding it are
NOON HOURS ARE" FOR ,
BUSINESS GIRLS ONLY
The east aide Y. W. C. A. will open
Its doors on St Valentine's day, Mon
day, February 14. The noon hours are
reserved for business girls, when a
special program . will be given to In
clude' vocal, piano and cornet solos. .
During the afternoon, especially from
to 5 o'clock, all east side girls and
women are cordially Invited' to visit
the rooms, that they may see the new
work. . There will be decorations appro
priate - to the day, and light refresh
ments served. Tha cafeteria opens
Thursday. . . . - v
For restaurant and hotel use, an In-.
ventor has turned out a machine which
will cut a pound -of butter Into 24 equal
sized pieces, In &' single motion.
mm ; $ I OIBIo.
."WHcii'yoiu're tired an'd. nervous, "worn' out and
weak, you need a 'goocl tonic , You need a strength-.
giving, invigorating medicine. Naturally, you vant
somethinff of known merita standard preparation.
. ; Try' Card1iir;t
Thi preparation has been' successfully : used, byj
-thousands, of women, for more than1 half a century.
Ajetters come to us aauy, xenmg 01 mo peneni ana
relief Cardui has given. ; These lcttersj'ree'ommend
Cardui'for headache,rdizzinessj famting, pains in the
side or limos, ana for all those troubles from which
only women suffer. . " - v;
TAKE fp A
The Woman's Tonic
;Note this letter 'from Mrs. R. 0. Berry, 24 K.
Borke Sty Kansas City, .Kans. 'Bhe writes r;'f am
more than pleased with the results obtained from
Cardui ' f,:have taVen 5 bottles , and - am in much
better health than ever before., I was
troubled with ;female disorders and
suffered so .touch that I could not be
Uit alone. I found relief in Cardui
Bnd keep it in" the house all jthe time.V
. ' Try. Cardui. it's the tonic you
J;, need:; It's a safe, reliable medicine;
For sale at all druggists. .
v- I - J I'
' AT SODA FOUNTAINS OR ELSEWHERE f
N Ct the l
; Original Genuine;
MALTED MILE t
MCH ISLK, HALT CRJUN EXTRACT, IN KWCER
Hot in any StliBt Trus!
ZJ"huUt on "HORLICK'S"
; -: ' . ' Talta psckage faosna
Sore Lungs and Raw Lungs!
it people know t!Te feeling and the
miserable sute of Ul health It indicates.
All people should know that Foley's
Honey and 'iar, the greatest throat and
lung remedy, will quickly cure the sore
ness and .cough and restore a normal
ronoltlon. Ask for Foley's Honey and
Tar. , fckldmore Drue Co., 151 Third St.
fit takes but a teaspoonful
' to the cup: when; the
Go co a
a c t
After bcing roasted cocoa
bean are broken and the
shells removed. vEren ' .
from the shells a nutritious " '
beverage is made and in ' "
some European countries . :
the ground shells are sold
as "cocoa tea." i ' .
V4 VU VJaa
is most economical be-:
cjause it is perfectly pure
and goes farthest. '
Don V ask merely for cocoa
1 ask forGfiirardeJIPs. ;
-,4ir.-:.j-!-V..-' -vi-.i.. r-1..'wrfi'.-'t ,rii-
, SELLS FIFTH INTEREST
Spcll DUrnfh to TTi Jf'irnatt
Tulfdo. or., f'fh, la. The Toledo
Light, Power 4 Manufacturing com
pany has sold ' a one-fifth Inter
est In the clootrlo light plant here to
Lewl Montgomery, of the Fir & Bpruce
Lumber company, operating a sawmill
In this place. The light plant will
be moved "to tho sawmill soon. The
mill company agrees to furnish sawdust
for fuel to the electric light plant for
five years. This arrangenwnt will
give the sawmill people more power, as
thry will use tha engine and boiler of
the light plant to run mill machinery
during the hours of the day.
Chuago man offers to lease and
Ouln a first class hotel in Albany 1
one "Is built.
r id ! Air c -'- '
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, , ,-. - -MnnnrJftmn r'irnt& xmIhiIiimiiImiih i ininmiiimii ml
Monday, February 1 4th Is
Next Sunday's papers will holda "full-page
announcement there will' be a burning interest
WATCH FOR IT.
See our beautiful colored enlargement of the
Heed Institute site, on exhibition in our windows
-it is.worth your while. ; ' ; . v f
4, 4;, '.,.
CoSyiiibia Tryst; Co.
, BOARD OF. TRADE BUILDING L
Sixth and Morrison ' . '
v, Opposite Postoffice
. We would like to visit every home
arid 'invite the lpeople to our sales-
rooms to : hear the ' Victor, j That's
' hardly, possible, so. we want every- .
body, to consider this a personal
invitation to come and hear the ;
the wonderful musical instrument that plays "
all kinds of . music and entertainment so
true to life that it is just like' hearing the .
artists themselves. , ' : , -
Jhe proof is in the hcarinff.' Come in any
timeno obliffation to buy, ,
STORE OPEN TONIGHT