The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, August 09, 1912, Page 3, Image 3

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    THE OREGON DAiLY JOLikNAL, FORTLAND, Fkiax' EVEKiU. AUciuaxV tt, 4&12.
GREAT W W. I
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With Warships Surviving- De
.".;feat "Bottled Up" in Hamp-
ton Roadsf Attack : Uppn
Greatest City - Tomorrow.?
, (SsrcUl to Tl't JonrnsLl
New York. Aog. . The great war
-game, which will constitute th In
' tructiye feature at : this year's fleld
maneuvers of the 'eastern tllltla, and
lor which tlia federal goveriioVeirTias
appropriated nearly 11,000,000, Is ready
to " tseglinm" ECHedularrtttnrtorrfbrrow.
Not only has war between the United
BtatcBndTOTOe-Trawerfar-f oreigrt na-
tlon JcenUheoretlcally .declared, , but . the
enemy .is supposed to have defeated the
Atlantic fleet of the United States,
"bottled-'-th.urvivlngwarehlp8 4n
Hampton Roads and effected a success-
ful landinir of 100.000 Invaders near
New Bedford Mass . with the Intention w. Thlglsen farm nf inn mrr, and-j1U
r, f I n i' b l 1 11 f r, .1 ,f ,i.iiiiiiHii n ICianr "VnY'W I . ' . n n n m . t . i i , ,
of lnvadinit ar.il oeciiD-ylTitt New York.
In accordance with the theoretical
history- o the imaginary events pre-
cedlnff 'ie actuar,hes1nnlTis of the war
,game,wie invading- army drove back
the American army and forced It to
. concentrate near Boston.,. In an en
gagement upposcd to have takeivplace
on August 6, the American' troops were
defeated ;&nd compelled to retire via
' '-Worcester, toward Albany, IU"ttW
base, vigorously pursued fey the enemy.
Iu the, meantime 4he enemy pushed
one ot i,ts divisions westward to ob
tain control of all important Junction
points along the New York, New Haven
& Hartford railroad in Connecticut and
to cut off the water supply of New
York city. Today, on the day before
the beginning of the war game" the
enemy is supposed to have begun the
landing of a second expedition of 100,
000 men at New Bedford. The flfit
hostile expedition passed through Wor
cester in pursuit of the main body of
-.- the American troops retiring-on fiprlng
J""fleld. The American trooM near New
York city are supposed to be rushed
-toward Danbury and Bridgeport, while
a detachment of the hostile army took
possession of Waterbury. The enemy
Is supposed to be hampered In its ad
vqnee toward New York by the scarcity
of ToUlnar stock, concentrated in Bos
ton and Nov York city and by pome
e"ii ii Ta r y "A in o r lea n haVaT'CraYl on" tire
lr-t4 --Hrtw w-w4th-t hnhw-
portatlon over the shoro line of the N.
Y., N. If. & II. railroad.
S.UciLLjtt JXl? C- gtfppopaefl to bt the
situation tomorrow, when the great
war game. In ) which the New England
militia, about eight thousand strpng,
supported by about 2000 men of the
regular army, including infnntry, env
alry arul nrtJTtery. will represent the
'Rer or lnviuilng army. while ilio mil
itia of New York and New Jersey, also
supported 1 y roRulnrs, will represent
-the defenuhe force, will begin- in all
seriousness to continue for 10 days,. In
ell there will be more than 20,000 men
In tho field 'at this year's maneuvers,
Including the regulars, being the Fifth
Vnltnl States infantry, the Tenth
VniUil States cavalry, composed of col
ored troopris, rir.il two batteries of
Vm Third .'tilted States fteld artillery.
Berry Farms fear Brooks Pro
duce 37. Carloads of, High 1
Grade Fruit -.
v J. f Special The JoarntlV : "
Brooks, Or., Au j. . Since the be
ginning of the loganberry- season' six
weeks ago, J4.000 crates of .berries have
been shipped from this station. When
the season closed yesterdajrlt was found
that 87 cars, carrying 400 tons, had
been turnsd over to the Portland can
nery, $31,000 being the tidy sum growers
reoeivecl .from tM source alone, - These
ligurctdo jioLJntlude-iberries-drled-or
sold In the open markets. TMe Aspin
wallarm contributed 125 Jong a'nLthe
Bales yard was another of the large
producers. ' ;
The town of Derry, in Folk county,
haa- entered -the rf leld-as- a-rlval - to
Brooks -; for loganberry honors. Britt
Aspinwall, a member of the Brooks firm,
tiavtng-organiedTi -cqmpanjr of promi
nent men from Portland, Salem and
Corvallis, who have purchased the H.
bile. On the tour of Washington cotfn
ty which closed Tuesday night In For
est GroViTKr. Paget and a A: Stlllman,
candidate for congress from the first
district, spoke In IS towns, covering a
distance of approximately 150 nilles.
Mulkey Points Proudly to Sim
- ilaVity of T. R.'s Argu-
, ment and His Speech.
set out 200 acres of berries this fall.
The company is capitalized at $110,000,
and Plans to install a water and electric
nghtnfy'stem, build cottages and change
the name' of the town of Derry to
"Loganberry." '
CLANTON
M (IF RRFWFRV
'J lUjul 1 1 Ul - UIVUIIL.I1I 7 ;
- ; HAS GRltL LICENSE
S REPORT .
TELLS OF PROGRESS
In his report for July, Maater Fish
Warden H. F. Clanton Informed the
State Fish and Game commission that
he had turned over 543,430 trout fry
to the state game warden at the Bon
neville fish hatchery. These fry have
been distributed by the game warden in
various parts of the state.
The report states that -the electric
light a plant has been completed and
found'- satisfactory. - Foundations have
also been laid for two additional trotit
sheds and lumber ordered that the 'work
of building 'may be carried on at onco
The ponds for retaining the fish which
have been under construction are re
ported to bo nenrlng completion.
- -rtt -the Klakantn-hateti-y Mr.- Plnn
!0JDLZejlQx;taalie;.J nook salmon fr', with the exception of
822,600 and states that these with 3'7.
655 silverstde fry will be liberated In
the near future. At the Bonneville sta
tion Mr. Clanton reports that all sal
mon fry have been placed In the creek
ponds and that large numbers have
entered the Columbia. All of th sal
mon fry of the coast hatcheries have
been liberated.
An Inspection of the Ament Dam on
the Rogue river was made during the
month and Mr. Clanton states that the
new flshway Is satisfactory. Though
large numbers of fish were ascending
both the new and thn old fishways nt
this., point large numbers were congre
gated 'below the dnm according to Mr.
Clanton. He also found the condition
of the dam at Gold Kay In bad condi
tion owing to the washing nway oT a
portion ot tha top.. Steps will be taken
st once to have this repaired ss the
ftlmon, are attracted by the big flow
of water t the bres.lt.and fail'lo notice
ths fish ladder.
Receipts from fines and licenses for
the month amounted to 13,192. 97 for -the
two districts and disbursements were
$4,476.6.
Fre"d W. Mulkey, candidate Jtor th
United States senate as progressive.
Is vastly satisfied with the outcome of
the convention at Chicago. He says he
considers Roosevelt's ; "confession of
faith, a great, speech, and with evident
pleasure points to the similarity of the
argument of Roosevelt with his own
"confession" at the first meeting or tne
orogressl ve club In Portland,
"Inrair Tsspectsirsnjreasca witii ne
portion - of Roosevelt'-- speech dealing
with the 4iei of making the-United
States constitution easier to amend," he
saill. "fts a means by which the country
may proceed-with the great economic
reforms that are pressing upon us,
"Since tire -United States constitu
tion was adopted Iomi other great char
ters have been adopted, by Canada, tne
German federation, Australia and South
Africa. In each case the process of
aOTCgdm?nrhast)?errmadBBasteTr-There
is a reason ror inis ii is Decause ij
people must be placed In position to dl
rect their great fundamental policies
without being hampered by constitu
tional restrictions'."
Mr. Mulkey, without mentioning
names, took a sly dig at Ben Selling,
his Republican rival, who issued a
statement Wednesday night declaring
for Taft and reiterating his faith In the
Oregon system and election of senators
bythe people, by which Selling sought
to prove he is a progressive.
"It Is not a question now" as to
whether In the past a man favored
Statement No. 1 and the direct pri
mary," said Mr. Mulkey. "Those prin
clples have been established In the lav
of the state. The question now Is
whether a man Is wlllrng to Join with
those who are seeking to bring about
a solution' of the economic problems be
fore us. to help close up the loophole In
the twilight zone between the powers of
the states and the federal government
ho that men engaged in amassing great
fortunes shall not be able to slip
through and avoid the square deal,
'i,h"l am heartily in accord with Col
onel Rosevelt'B program on the trust
question. That should be made, nn ad
ministrative matter to be controlled by
government commission. The same
principle should applito disputes be
tweerr capita land labor,--A rbit rsttorr -of
disputes should b-mAa nmii(iulHOpy.
fope-Coroiitltt-ABB!Teraf7s
Roma, Italy, Aug. 9. The ninth an
niversary of the coronation of Pope
Pluf X" wal-celebfated'today-Vlth A
special mass and reception In the Sis-
tine chapel. Many cardinals, bishops,
diplomats, heads of the religious orders
and representatives of the Bomin aris.
Journal Want Ads bring results. -
The latest scheme to sav a llqnorli
fenstTTiTthat aloptelTyn.'nTabury,'
la'tn proprietor of the dingust Ingly, no
torious Vf(in liullrilng rntliRkcller. Hnn
bury's grill was closed (hiring the Elks'
jeunion week.
Throo weeks ago It developed that the
license whs owned by Kmll Glutsch, an
agent of" Tho vTtnhHrrt's brewery.
At yesterday's mcctlns pf tho liquor
llcflnK cnmmltti Hanbury appeared In
the ccmmltte room, wearing a plessed
. jimitei Ji had two 4iay prvUuly Bn
Into bnttkrtiptcy. If the license' he owned
Is revoked now he will not be hurt, but
a lot of creditors to whom he is said
to be lndtbied $6000. with visible as
sets of only $400, will be decidedly In
jured. '
("ouncilihrm Paly believes that the. II-
nrfr-ttirouH h-xrvoked-anrway;-The
cotinclimsn will ms.ke nn effort to have
the council kill the license regardless
of who insy Euffer.
A majority of the committee signed a
report recommending . iho -trantf etot
the Glutsch license, but the report may
be turned down hy the council.
An effort of "Robert Gardner to trans
fer his half of tho restaurant liquor 11-
c""g of the l'lttsburg grin on Sixth
litrcet hear i;tnik, was defeated when!
nn order from tho fcdernl court enjoin
ing the council not to permit the trans
fer w.'s Bcrved on the committee. The
order wns hooded, though Attorney Sen
eca Touts waxed wroth that the com
mittee should do so. He ald the court
hnd no rlsht to issue such an order, as
Gardner's share of the license, he said,,
hail been in reality transferred to Gard
ner's father before the court order was
Issued. The Pittsburg grill has gone
Into bankruptcy.
Solution from tho Juristic side In im
possible. It should be taken ii( on the
administrative side."
Mr. Mulkey will speak Saturday
night, at Forest Grove.' at which time
tho progressive party of Washington
county will bo organized. This month
he will open his campaign with a tour
through Cons and Curry counties, which
will be extcnled to Tillamook. After
the harvest season he will go into the
Willamette valley and eastern Oregon
to proclaim the Roosevelt doctrines.
PAGET MAKE
111
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SPEECH
MING II
STORM OFF CLATSOP
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ES1LA1
was wired 'and the Arago, with another
tug, was sent to patrol the beach.. A
fishing box was picked up early this
morning on the beach confirming the
idea that a schooner was In distress?
Then were no report of finding bodies
from the Aragb when signaled from the
ttrotel. : '. .- : ; ; " '. ". ,
.-JSptl ti7fc ioMm.y
- Gearhart, Or., Aug. ?.-r-The coast wns
visited Wednesday night by one of the
(-electrical storms that pass off Clatsop
beach. "A heavy storm "waa raging at
sea, J'hls morning what was believed
to be a fishing -schooner was sighted
off . the Gearhart hotel. Fort Stevens
CONTEMPT CASE AWAITS--'
ON CANADIAN WITNESS
- The 'contempt bearing set for Satur
day morning be tore Judge McGinn, in
which Wilbur LeGette la accused of
leading a juror In the Goodeve breach
of promise case to the woman's apart
ments, has bten continued until WeJr. -dayThil
jconUfiuanco was granted yv
terday upon motion of the wofrtan's &t
torney, 11. S. Lusk. in order to give hi r
a chance to bring evidence bm C-
ada-A-nrgiytnr -thr name of vr
Ham Goodeve, made an affidavit recent! r;
that the woman liad perjured herself tr
the recent trial. It Is to refute this
affidavit that the wlness from Canada '
hr sought. ' '' 1 -r'."vr- -
Judge McGinn has notified each aide
that hs will not hear the contemit
charges on affidavits, but wants the wit
nessea present. The Goodeve womea
accuses LeGette of brinaing the juror to '
her room fc-s's does the Juror, W. J, 1
Wailis. LeGette denies any Intention of j
influencing the case. I
-Mow
or
Ottlffl
Moyer's regular prices are low his sale prices arelower. Now's the
time for you to make a double saving- buy Moyer
clothing at sale prices
MEN'S $10.00 SUltS
S3.95
MEN'S $15.00 SUITS
$11.33
MEN'S $20.00 SUITS
S13.3S
MEN'S $25.00 SUITS.
$16.65
MEN'S $2.00 PANTS
$1.45
MEN'S $3.00 PANTS
"$s:25""
MEN'S $3.50 PANTS
$2.65
MEN'S $4.50 PANTS
$3.00
. MEN'S $5.00 PANTS
MEN'S $6.00 PANTS
$4.50
MEN'S 50c UNDERWEAR
MEN'S $1.00 UNDERWEAR
79c
MEN'S $1.00 SHIRTS .
MEN'S $1.50 SHIRTS
$1.15
MEN'S $2.00 SHIRTS'
$1.35
MEN'S -S0C NECKWEAR
MEN'S 25c GARTERS
BOYS' $1.95 SUITS
$1.35
BOYS' $2:50 SUITS
S1.65
BOYS' $2.95 SUITS
$1.95
BOYS' $3.95 SUITS
$2.65
BOYS' $4.35 SUITS
290
All Straw Hats
and All Panamas
HALF PRICE
BOYS' $5.00, SUITS
$3.35
BOYS' $6.00 SUITS
All
Boys' and Children's
Wash Suits
HALF PRICE
ered Just previously a charge had
failed tn explode, and Johnson had rc
rlucd the fiiso despite warnings to wait
until aafe time had elapst?d. Johnson
was " years old and Is survived by
a wtdow and two- rrrltdrpn, He was a
resni-ni or inis county ror zs years.
"In making their choice "Trow among
the numerous candidates' for the of
fice of United States senator, the vot
ers of Oregon are giving" much thought
to the fact that it has taken the Repub
lican candidate six weeks after the
Chicago convention to accept its pla
form," said B. Paget. Prohibition
candidate for United States senator,
"who rturheT"TfoTS a lour IhTougn
Washington county W'ednesdsy.
"Mr. Selling's indecision has been the
subject of very general criticism in all
the towns thnt I have visited thus fan"
said Mr. Pnget. "Neither his long sil
ence nor his final declaration will be
-a pprov-wl by-a -vast majority of- the jio
ple of Oregon, who are progressive in
principle ami who are no longer to be
swayeil by the plea of party regularity,
PAVING INSPECTOR
Kty.EDBYPYNAMtTE
Wliil tA TS lovroKl
Tillamook, Or., Aug. 9. George N.
Johnson, a raving inspector employod
by the city, wns instantly killed by a
delayed blast of dynamite Wednesday
aftornoon.-Tlie- powder, had been placed
in a stump, and when it failed to ex
plode' Johnson went to Investigate. The
body was thrown 100 feet and fearfully
rnnnjil?d....jMeAd-beJng.Btijy-e
ntlon to the men and measures Repeal
ing to them at this tlmo ami some sur
prises are going to result from the No
vember election." ,
Mr. Paget left last night for a two
days to'tr of -rowrs trt Ynrnrirtt emmty.
the entire trip being made by automo-
AH Our Men's Suits in Blues and Blacks ONE FOURTH OFF
When you see it in our ad, it's so
& V H r-llL& 11 rSk Five Stdrear
Five Stores
First and Morrison Second and Morrison First and Yamhill
Third and Oak 87 and 89 Third
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Mrs. V. C. orth 111.
Mrs. W. C. North l lylnjj at her
home In riedmont In a critical condition
from nn attack of pneumonia of three
dfiyn' duration.
HOW TQ DESTROY
THE DANDRUFF GERM
BY A SPECIALIST.
Thnt the dandruff germ is responsible
d
sculp is heir, as well as for baldness and
for nenrly all the
Ireasea to which the
well known
hair-.
Jrhls
premature gray hair, is a
fuel, but when we renllxe that it is also
Indirectly responsible for -many of the
worst cases or catarrh and consumption,
We appreciate the importance of any
agent thnt will destroy Its power. We
are, therefore, particularly pleased to
give nerewnn tne prescription wnicn ini
eminent scientist states he hss found, I
after repeated tests, to completely de- J
stroy tho iiantirurr germ tn from one to
three appllcattonsi It will also almost
Immediately stop falling hnlr and it has
In numerous coses produced a new
. . . . i. i . .. i .i
g T U W L II H11C1 jmiB V'l ITttllliiCBCI.
prescription can be maqe up at home,
or any druggist will put It up for you:
( ounces Bay It urn, 2 ounces Lavona de
-Composee, one-half drnchm Menthol
Crystals. Mix thoroughly, and after
Standing half nn hour it is ready for use.
.Apply night and morning, rubbing Into
the scnlp with the finger tips. If you
wish it perfumed, add hnlf a teu spoonful
t-ao-kalou I'utttnim, willow amlUs tier-1
fectly wits tne other lngreiUents. While
. this preparation is not a dye. it' Is un-
equalUd for restoring gray hair to Its
origlnsl color.
. Caution: 7x rot spply where hair Is
' rot-desired and be sure to avoid tonics
-coinainlDg poisonous wood alcohol.
. st., - . .... ,; ... ;.
Whole Blocks of Lots at Bay Gity
Purchased by Judicious Investors
Since Congress Voted $100,000
INVEST
INVEST
INVEST
INVEST
INVEST
the first installment for the Tiliamook Bay improvements, investors
have been busy at BAY CITY the. only possible large townsjte on the
bay, ;holt-blocks of lots have been bought. The P. R. & N. Railroad
is carrying hundreds of visitors to BAY CITY. There is now no doubt
about the great future of Bay City, where MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
will be invested in sawmiKs to cut the BILLIONS OF FEET of timber
tributary to Tillamook- Bay. The Panama Canal and deep .channel
DIRECT" TO BAY CITY, together with transcontinental railroads,
sawmills and other woodworking plants and fisheries, will undoubtedly
make a- big metropolis at BAY CITY. Why not share in the fortunes
which will be made by pioneer investors?
INVEST LOTS $65 TO $1500
EASY
TERMS
1 TODAY
New book full of-information about Bay
City will be out toon. A copy will be sent
REE to any address. Write for one today.
MAIL THIS COUPON tO DAY
BAY CITY LAND ED.
Send book about Bay City.
5 ame .
Address
Bay City Land Co..
701-2-3 SPALDING BUILDING
J 8-9-13
J.HJ.
THE SEASON IS ON AT
DELIGHTFUL NEWPORT
ON YAQUINA BAY AND THE PACIFIC . ' .
Join the crowds whether you want rest and quiet or clean, wholesome, lively fun. You will find itj'
Newport. Wealth of natural scenery. Splendid fishing, bathing and boating. Delightful drives. Pretty
trails through the. woods or along the beach. Abundance of sea food oyjters; clams, crabs, ' rock cod,
groupers, etc Plenty of fresh palatable vegetables and table supplies. Inviting 'hooks for campers. Rea
sonable rates in rooming-houses, cottages and hotels. All modern conveniences,e!ectric lights, pure .water
supply, strict lanitary regulations, . - . ' irt
SPECIAL LOW ROUND-TRIP SEASON FARES .
KTJtJREE-DAY (SATURDAY TO MONDAY) FARE5
y- SwJaY EXCURSIONS FROM ALBANY AND CORVALLIS .
f DAILY DOUBLE TRAIN SERVICE ,
Call on nearest agent of the Southern Pacific .for information" relative ib fares,. train '""
dTfdnrgyrncTarifr tlrnytnitfd-trtgrtprf, AslrtoT our 9pecttrMTracttw-tyfr
in Oregon," or write to ' '. - 'Y-- A "''' : .;..
JOHN M. SCOTT, .General Pat senger Agent, Porlkn'd," " Oregon
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