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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING, I IARCII K12.
..Method, if Properly Appliec
Safeguards Public Health
Asserts Candidate, for Dairy
and Food Commissioner. .
A tlrm atand In favor of tha tuber
jculln test as a means of discovering
eradicating tuberculosis among
.daity cows la taken by J. D. Mickle.
j candidate for the Republican nomlna
tlon foi- dairy and food commissioner,
tn a Utter written t tha "Health ' Pa-
trensa league yesterday.
j Mr, Mickle had received a letter, from
'the organization asking- him to decla
.his position on this subject that has
'divided the progressive and nonprogrts-
,Ive dairymen. - Ills answer was based,
-he said today, on hi personal expert
ence that the use of the tuberculin test
.among- dairy herds that participate In
i Portland's milk supply has gone far
toward eradicating the disease, has con
served the Interests of the dairymen
. and protected the health of consumers,
f I haa not considered the effect of
;my stand In this matter on my candl.
dacy," said Mr. Mickle. "but I do con-
elder myself In honor bound not to be
:i"w p evasive tn declaring myself on
,a principle of such far reaching lm
Inortance." The letter written by Mr,
Mickle, covering his attitude tn the mat
ter of the tuberculin test, reads, In part,
iouows: ' '
V la" raror of Tesi
i "1 have no hesitancy in making my
t position clear te you. . .
, "You ask if in view of my candidacy
. for the office of dairy and food com
missioner, if elected, I can be counted
upon to exert my influence against the
employment of the tuberculin test of
I iw your iniormation I mieht ear.
fthat, if elected to this office, it would
,uecoma my fluty to enforce such laws
as are upon the atatut books at ,tres
ent, tor may be placed there during my
.incumbency, and I will do so.
' "I believe In the tuberculin test prop
; erly applied In ascertaining if dairy
cows are diseased and I am a personal
witness to tne good accomplished by it
V-i he test is not Infallible but it is the
test means thus far obtained for pro
jecting of dairymen against tubercular
and therefore unprofitable) cowa and
; for protecting consumers against the
products or diseased animals. -
"I have little sympathy with the move-
; ment made to discredit the tuberculin
xesi oecause in all that I am able to
1 learn of its motive and method it seems
destructive rather than constructive. In
that it condemns a plan for eradicating
disease without proposing a better
' ptan." , '
I Viewpoints Differ. . .
, Mr. Mickie's attitude Is directly oppo.
, lte to that of the present dairy and
' rood commissioner, J. W. Bailey, whose
. statement tnat -rive gallons of tuber
cular milk fed to babies will fatten them,
and the same amount fed to plga will
jtiu mem," caused a determined cam
. palgn for his removal from office by
the more advanced dairymen, the
jnomers or Portland and consumers' or
,,. Air. wickie a campaign slogan is In
'accora witn his attitude on the tuber
culin 'tesV He has asked that these
words be printed after his name on the
ballot, "Pure food, pure milk, protection
( ir proaucer ana consumer, education
; ior dairymen."- He haa also stated in
r .nis piairorm that elected he will:
; ; ral Dealing.
'-, -zanaeavor to promote a spirit of
rairer dealing . between 'producer and
consumer; protect the Interests of the
, public in having pure food delivered for
t consumption and Impress the producer
.., win me necessity or up to date math
tods, In order 'to secure this . result;
make no exaction or rules for the gov
j trament of the . producer, other than
; those authorised by law, and that In
order to secure the cooperation of the
proaucer, it will be my especial policy
, to assist in attaining a higher standard
t of production which will net a greater
compensation, without additional ex-
.yensa." :. :.;r:r.-V
Mr, Mickle Is a practical dairyman
Jiving near Forest Grove. He has had
:me tuberculin test applied to all his
cows ana his herd has not a diseased
animal In It. He did this before an
nouncing bia candidacy -
I Force Payment of Taxes.
Dayton, Wash., March 2. The Bar
ber Asphalt company must pay taxes on
Its machlnery.here. The county is hold
ing a lot or equipment left after wo At
closed down last fall, to assure the pay
ment of 243 taxes. The Pacific Paving
fcompany has a bill of $121 to pay, and
piacninery ia being held.
i You Don't
the flavor of your heavy black
Havana favorite can be du
plicated in a mild, domestic
blend? Lose that languid
feeling, ; and be convinced
10c and 3 for 25c
M. A. Gunat Co. Inc.
sea gulls discover
great schools of fish
(Bedil lo The Journal
TV'ashongal, Wash., March 29. Thou
sands of sea grulls hovering over the
Columbia river near the mouth of the
Sandy indicate that the first real run
of smelt for this season Is on. Fisher
men are preparing to go after them.
re has been no great smelt run for
all of the launches that have
wintered , here have been thoroughly
overhauled and nets hare been put in
readiness for the first day of the open
season for salmon.
NsW .-V 1
VIRGINIA BANDIT HAS BEAUTIFUL HOME
W m fi
f t ? , . - m , - Jsi rr " tt" -Ness J .
v ' ji GIVES HIMSELF UP
. CAUSES 4 DEATHS
For Threa Years Sailor Has
Spread Deadly Germs and
' (United Prew LeaMd Wfr. -
San Francisco, March J9. In Henry
Olson, a brawny, good natured sailor,
28 years of age, now confined in the
marine hospital at the Presidio here by
his own consent, physicians today de
clare they have discovered the most
deadly human carrier of typhoid germs
ever brought to their attention. It Is
claimed t!.at Olson, who Is hlmuef per
fectly healthy, has caused no less than
four deaths and has infected S per
sons. Olson was stricken with typhoid in
November. 190T. and dlschsrfced as cured
three months later. After joining the
crews' of several steamers, among all
of which cases of typhoid fever imme
diately developed, Olson is alleged to
have spread several epidemics In Ean
Francisco, Oakland and Los Angeles
during the past three years.
Bridge Made Postmaster.
(Wifhtuftna Bares of Th4 JaorBtl.)
Washington. March 29. William
Bridge, a farmer, has been appointed
postmaster at Hartland, Klickitat coun
ty, Wash., vice W. H. Butts, removed.
To Disciua Lire Topic.
, - (Special to The JoorntU
Philadelphia, Fa., March J. The
first session of the sixteenth annual
meeting of the American Academy of
Political and Social Science began here
to jay. This year" a tn l!r; is i;v"'f I
to ti:e discussion of the lr.;;:st:ve f :.J
referendum and other tr ; ! s cf live Im
portance, and more than the usual num
ber of distinguished Americans will
make addresses at the several sessions.
SVcuU You Gain a Pound
A Week for Threa Month it
Then begin taking regularly three
grain hypo-nuclane tablets, which are
made from a health-germ of ordinary
yeast and combined with hypophos
phites and an absorptive phosphorus. '
Physicians and chemists assert that
this tablet is very largely used fpr in
creasing the weight and improving the
nervous system because of its aid to
digestion, assimilation and absorption.
The food elements which go to make
blood and solid tissue is retained when
thla treatment is regularly used for
several .months. Most rhystctana and
apothecary ahopa supply them In sealed
The picture on the right of the group ehowi the palatial (30,000 home
of Sidna Allen, a member of the notorious Allen gang that shot up
the Hlllsvllle, Vs., courthouse recently and killed the Judge, district
attorney, sheriff, a Juror and wounded several others. This "moun
. tain hut".. Is situated In the fastness of the Virginia mountains, 13
7 miles from anytownrand is believed-to haY been erected with
money obtained through the manufacture of "moonBhlne" whiskey.
The pictures In the upper row, left to right, are: Henry Allen, a
cousin of Floyd Allen, the convicted bandit,' who shot and killed
Judge Massle, Miss Jezebel Goad, court stenographer and daughter
of Clerk Dexter Goad, who was wounded In the murderous raid of
Allen's cohorts. '.'.;...,';"':."" '";';V:
SETTLER WALKS 63
Bend Hotel Clerk Shows Pluck
in Starting "Back to v
(Special to The Jnurnal.)
Bend, Or., March 29. IThe central
Oregon homesteader who carves a valu
able farm out of a 820 acre claim eov
ered by sagebrush and juniper, must
have grit. Forrest Neeld, who haa
claim 63 miles southeast of Bend, found
this out a few days ago and showed
that he Is a typical conqueror of the
soil. Neeld had been clerk at a local
hotel but decided that he would ro out
and take up residence on his claim. He
expected to ride out on an auto going
to Burns, but at the last moment
woman passenger wanted to go and he
let her have hla Beat. A friend waa iw
Ing In a wagon and Neeld thought ha
would catch a ride with him, but In
thla ha was also disappointed. Mot to
be outdone, ha set out on foot to cover
the 63 miles. He had not rone far tin
till blisters were on hla feet, but ha did
not give up and made the distance in
two days. He la busy clearing sago
brush and plowing preparatory to put-
ling m a crop inia spring.
day afternoon. Just in fun she placed
a glass bead In her ear and exhibited It
to her playmates. When aha attempted
to take It out she could not get hold
of U and forced It further Into tba
ear. Her excited playmates also at
tempted to remove the bead but with
the same result The commotion at
tracted the attention of the teachers,
who rushed the tot to a physician's of
fice. The pain had by thla time became
ao great that the patient had to be given
an opiate. The obstruction was removed.
Steps Out in Front of Posse
and Points Revolver
(TTnlted Prase Leased Wire.)
Hlllsvllle, Va., March 9.Starvefl
Into submission, Claude Swanaon Allen,
one of tha bandits for whom a posse
has' been hunting through the moun
tainous districts of this vicinity for
two weeks past, la a captive here to
day, having surrendered to his pur
suers, Allen stepped suddenly out In
front of the posse from a thicket and
pointed hta two revolvers toward tha
sky in token of surrender.
rne capture givea tne detectives re
newed hope for the capture of the threa
remaining fugitives Sldna Allen, hla
nephew, Friel Allen, and Wesley Ed
wards. Claude Allan denies knowledge
of their w&ereabouta,
The posse today predicted that tha
three remaining bandits of ' the Allen
gang will be captured thla afternoon.
Nearly all 'telephone lines in the moan
talna have been cut. '
Journal Want Ada brine results.
Holsteln Cows at Bend. J
(Roeelal te The Journal. t
Bend, Or.. March 29.- The First Na
tional bank, which last fall brought In
two carloads of brood sows from Ne
braska, has sent a buyer to Illinois to
purchase two cars of fine Holstaln
dairy cows which will be sold to the
ranchers around Bend. Tha bulldin of
a creamery, wnicn win na ready for op
eration shortly, has greatly stimulated
tne Dairying industry in thla com
Another Blysterlous Disappearance.
- (Special to Th JonrnaLt
Bend, , Or., March 29 In the disan-
pea ranee or rea urabtree, who came
here recently from Portland, Bend has
anoiner mystery, making the third of
me aina within nine months. A worn
i. uivnitu wm ui signi rirsi. tnen a
leamsier at a aawmilL and now rinh
tree nas completely vanished. Mnr
man iwo weetcs ago he lfift for tha
southeast homestead country. He had
3200 In money, and this leads hi.
Ho believe that he may have met with
ivui piay. crabtree was a shingle
w recenuy came to Bend and
w wonting at a local sawmllt
SOCIAL CLIMBING CAUSES
-DAVIS DOMESTIC TRIALS
(United Prea leased Wlre.l
Jbos Angeles, March 29. -New York
society is a destroyer of souls, a break
er of homes and a cause of madness,
according to Edwin Meserve, attorney
for Robert B. Davis, ' baking powder
king, who is defendant today In a sepa
rate maintenance suit brought by his
wire. Meserve declared that, the de
termination of the Davis family to make
place in what he called Tha inner
circle of New York's 400" for their
daughter, Miss Lucretia Davis,' was the
root or the aubsequent marital troubles.
HIS WIFE AND SON BOTH
SHOOT INTOXICATED MAN
(Cnlted Pre iiastd Wire.)
Stockton, Cat, March 29. Shot twice.
once by hie wife and once by his son,
Peter Sutton, a resident of Spring
Gulch, lies at the point of death here
today. While intoxicated Sutton abused
his , wife, who retaliated b firing a re
volver bullet Into his grolib Infuriated.
he seized the woman'r throat and was
strangling her when his 19-year-old son
picked op the weapon 1 and shot him
through the mouth.
HILD PUTS BEAD INTO
EAR. CANT RFT IT nilT
Cottage Grove.. Or.. March 29 An im.
usual and painful accident happened to
the seven-year-old daughter of E. B.
Muler while playinjf at school Wednes-
Enamel is the ideal finish for
kitchen walls, woodwork and
furniture. Enameled surfaces
are liard, smooth, ntsbrb
ent and sanitary. Dust,vdirt,
smoke and grease do not clinge
gives a genuine enamel finish,
easily kept bright, clean, fresh
and inviting by occasionally
wiping with a damp;clothe
Readily applied and costs, no 7
more than ordinary finishes. -: -
ACME QUALITY PAINT STORE
Phones Main 6481 ;;A-1881r 187-189 Second St "
4834 E. Sixty-seventh St. S. r.
iAr lets). .Kern Park Hardware Co.
lOmbard St. (University Park)
' w .Hart a: Dunn
113 Philadelphia St. (St. Johns)
- renin ra la Hardware Co.
pas wiiuams Ave. . , . . .Tamlesie, ...
twaiui ik. (ientsi....,
-fcayburn, H. L. Co.
ijnuwaune)...Hiiwaukle Mercantile Co.
tvenoouver, was.) 718 Main St.
jarown, cowers at Hayes Kdwa. Co,
GRAY HAIRS QUICKLY BANISHED;
DANDRUFF, FALLING HAIR STOPPED
RemecJy Made from Garden
Sage and Sulphur Restores
Color to Gray Hair.
A feeling of sadness acoompanles th
discovery of the first gray hairs which
unfortunately are looked upon as her
alds of advancing age. ,. Gray hair, how.
ever handsome It may be, makes a per
son look old. ; We all know the ad
vantages of being young. Aside from
the good Impression a 'youthful appear
ance makes on others, simply knowing
that you are 'looking fit", gives one
courage to undertake and accomplish
things. So why suffer the handiran
wnen a simple remedy will give your
hair youthful color apd beauty in a
few days time? " '
Most people know that .common gar-
den sage acts as a color restorer arid
scalp tonio as well. Our grandmothers
used a . "Sage Tea" for' keeping their
hair dark, soft and luxuriant In
Wyeth'a Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy
we tjave an ideal preparation of Sage,
combined with Sulphur and other valua
ble remediea for dandruff. Itching scalp
and hln, weak .hair that la split at tha
ends or constantly coming out A few
applications of this' valuable remedy
will bring back the color, and In a short
time it will remove every trace of dan
druff and greatfy Improve tha growth
and appearance of the hair. : ,
Get a fifty cent bottle from your
druggist today, and notice the dlffer
ence tn your h alraftera . few..djiya'
treatment. AU druggibta aell it, under
guarantee that the money will be re
funded if .the, remedy 1s not exactly as
represented. 'Special agent. Owl-Drug
Co. "'. M , '
PLEASED C O S. T O IV2 E R
Is our greatest satisfac
tion. It has always
been the aim of ; the
Boston r Packing Com
pany to sell the best
the market afforded at
lowest possible prices.
SPECIALS FOR TOMOM&OW
MMarIcct Is Advancing Buy While the Price Is Low'
Choice Sugar Cured
Fancy Sugarj Cured
Fancy Sugar Cured
The price of hams has
advanced and will go
still higher the coming
week. Tomorrow only
- . an
Choice Sugar Cured
Choice Sugar Cured
, Wlllnmette, Brand Hams, Bacon and L.ard
Choice Young Yearling Mutton
Legs or Loin Shoulders c
Lamb Stew, lb 8c
lb. .... .......15c
Pure Open Kettle
For 5's 65c
For Wc .......$1.20
Boiling Beef, lb....8e
Pot Roast, lb .10c
Boneless Roast Beef,
WE MANUFACTURE ALL OUR SAUSAGE
HALIBUT SALMON EGGS BUTTER
8c Lb 15c Lb 25cDoz 75c Roll
Get the '
Bosttomi , PaicMeg
QUALITY U .On V SERVICE
the: entire: block
CORNER THIRD and ANKENY STREETS
- Ranch - Eggs - -2
Best Creamery, roll 70c-75c
Good Creamery, roll 60c-65c
Dairy, roll 50c
BEST HAMS, LB 14
Breakfast Bacdn ,12tol5
Pure Lard, 5 lbs V..6o
Compound, 5 lbs. ........ .45
Cream Cheese ....20
Swiss Cheese 25S30i
Limburger, each 35
Picnic Hams 10
Cottage Hams 12
Saturday Is Chicken Day .
La Grande Creamery
: 264 YAMHILL ST.
CORNER FIRST AND WASHINGTON STREETS
;.. ' '
Special f op Saturday Only
2 lbs. for. . ;
Beef, lb... .
LEGS OF SPRING LAMB 12'2c
At The jSeattle Meat Market
Northeast Comer in, he PubHc Market ,
17 Lbs, Granu- t -fl
la ted Sugar.
rFanoy Cy. Butter, 2 lb. roll T(
epeciai oiena conee( per id. z:
8 lb. can Royal Club Coif oe
AH kinds Nuta, per lb. . . . .
Whlta Batln Flour, apeclal 8(30
7 bars Fancy Toilet Soap....2Ri
oana rioneer aiuk ........ 450
8 cane Yeloban Milk ........45
S cana Tomatoes ...........252
S cana Corn ............... 2S
-40 , aaok yartna 5
White and Tel. Meal. aack..2K0
White and Colored Beams, lb.,5
FRESH OREGON, ir
2 DOZEN FOR ...40C
STATE BRAND, J ?r
two pounds . . uc and 5c
IN 7-POUND PAILS. 1Q1
TITETOU NB ..rTL&zC
v Goldenroll Butter Store
' Washington Street Entrance