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(iRPSHAM, MUL.TNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 2H, 1911
th'rse events which cannot be safeguard
1 Th* result baa l«een astonishing These
ed against when a broken rail snapped
. investigations have demonstrated that
with the impact of tbe train an it pass
. them- birda have an economical value in
ed over tbe weak spot. Just think!
| the 'lestrm tion of insect peels in our
Nine coaches left the track and not a
. forests that no one can approximate, j
single soul was injured. Such an acci
t'fsin opening the stomachs ol tbe
birds, it has been found that the i rin- I An interesting story has just been dent three years ago would have meant
Last Sunday's baseball game, placed
Hammie, the six year old son of L. A.
diet was insects an«l moths that made public concerning M. F. Oeschle, a catastrophe of sufficient magnitude to
the Gresham Giants so close to the
Harlow ol Troutdale is reported to have
are detrimental to forest growth. It is formerly a resident of this vicinity. It arouse tbe entire world with another
Williamette Valley amateur Champ
I mm - ii the victim of an insane woman on
a |x>pular belief that birda of certain was known that he went by tbe name recital of horrors.
ionship that it is almost a certainty
Thursday, who attempted to drown
The accident at Sparks is one that
I kinds are destructive to fruit trees, of Fred Exley and Michael Oxley but
that the pennant will be tlieir's although
him. Mrs. Harlow and family are at
while an analysis of bird stomachs the first name is said to be his true one. has not been duplicated in the United
th* Columbia Grays are disputing the
North Beach and in company with Mrs.
shows conclusively that inaect life is
His wife, Caroline FSxley, as she States, and the freedom from fatalities
claim with a g-ssl record (or fiali play
Young of Portland were on the beach
is due to the excessive care exercised
ing .luring tlie entire season. Two
yesterday morning, when Hammie, be their chief food. As a matter of fact, styles herself, has applied for a divorce,
alleging that her husband has another by the operating and all other depart
ing somewhat separated from the
more games must tie played by tlie
wife in Ohio, although she and Exley ments which have to do with tbe hand
group, was seized and an attempt was ie greatly exceed*«! by the good.
teams for the honor and the Greys
It ia estimated by the Department of were married at Oregon City in 1897 ling of passenger business. Thia vigi
management claims that the Giants
made to hold him down in the water
Agriculture that the damage sustained 8be knew that he had been married be lance explains the immunity of the
cannot claim the title, even though d
and drown him. Mrs. Young came to
by insect infestation, to tbe American fore and in 1894 be secured a divorce Southern Pacific and its allied lines
wins Uitli games for the Giants haven't
ths rescue and with the assistance of a
tree is 162,500,000 annually. Does any under tbe name of Michael Oxley, fr -m serious accidents. Steel trains
piare.I a game outside of Gresham and
young man, Roy Htraub, saved the life
one dare estimate bow much this dam which was said to be fictitious, hence 1 coupled up on the vestibule plan form
of the child. Mrs. Harlow was too
Portland However this may I» they
age would be increased, were tbe for , the decree is worthless
aerolites that penetrate space without
overcome to make resistance. The
are I Ml th contesting mighty hard for tiie
est enemies to make < >regon their bat “The qureUon^w'¡rising is, whether r*Brd
championship. ««nd, of course, our local
craxy woman was a Miss Harding of
tle ground? The time to check their or not Oeschle or Oxley is legally di-
of tbe railroad world are
pride would liks to see the home bain
Portland and Las been returned to a
inroads is now, when it is suspected vorrei from his wife. There is a legal ,urtber ,ecnred
tbe block ’1Kn“ •X’-
sanatarium in that city. She seemed
they are making thia way. The bird i opinion to tbe effect that, if service ws. tem and Poantle“
The Giants won two games last
to think she had had a message from
life of tiie state should be loyally pro actually had on her. the fictitious name itbe
°< human nature, the
day, first defeating the Columbia
heaven to droqn all the children on tbe
tect«^. These little policemen of the would not invalidate the dec ree. but if tr,vekr may rely upon that particular
by a »«-ore of 18 to 9. Two dose <
air should be encourage«!, safe guarded serv.ee was held by publication, the T”*« M the one
ol b" li,e'
ions by I'mpire Ed Rankin can
and petted, lor upon them, to a very- fictitious name may have been used for ;
rtimpui during which lie retired from
large extent, rest« the burden of the
of avoiding a contest.
the game, although Ins decision had no
EASY MONEY EOR STEEL TRUST
GYPSY MOTH PLAGUE THREAT- salvation of the forests of this great the If purpose
it is found that tbe divorce wat
effect on the re-ult us the scores were
the United States Steel Corpor
not legal, tbe only necessity will te a
so wide apart tost they had no heav ng
ation forces independent steel concerns
court order declaring the marriage an* to pay exorbitant prices for hauling ore
“The worst deviating insect in the
on the game.
AVIATION IN MAR
world is said to be gaining a foothold in
The second game was for '• innings
over its roads is a point that the Steel
I ACTS ABOUT THE TARIFF
Both the Army and Navy are taking
The damage that they ac
with the Wabash club, the score stand
; Trust Committee of Inquiry will investi
complish runs into many millions of
ing ■’> to 4 in the Glauls lavor.
gate. The committee is informed that
ar|l These arc the gypsy and brown ought to make, but won't, is something »
THE ALASKA COAL CLAIMS
I eat U res of the games were a home has an aviation bc I kmi I at College Park. ( .....
the trust roads charge enough for haul
lad moths. These, with while butter
The invalidation of the Cunningham ing one load of ore for an independent
run by Bateman of the Giants and two
flies ami |>me lieetles would soon de
coal claims in Alaska is a popular vic- company to pay for transporting two
three baggers each by Arch Parrott and
Luckey. All of these were in >he game The Navy is making very interesting stroy tbe largest forests in the slate. should l>e abolished at once. In tbe torv for which tbe greatest thanks are i loads of its own.
first flace, the government has no mor due Gifford Pinchot and L. R. Glavis. ■
with the Wabash boys. The Wabash ex|»erinients with a hydroplane which The destruction by fire in our forests
right to levy them for any purpose. It is by no means certain that the plane
I would be less, m dollars and cents,
team held the Giants down closer than
Imported goisls sold by foreigners, who of the Morgan-Guggenheim interests
did the Grays but the Giants scored in
justly owned them, are the rightful are permanently blocked. Until tbe
The following letters remain uncalled
the final inning. There arc no games ed at San Diego, where there is a well wrought in a short time by an attack
property of the persons who have paid law has been so made that the rental for at the Gresham poetoffice for the
equip)«*«! and up-to-date aviation club, of the gypsy moths.”
scheduled (or next Sunday.
This statement by William L. Finley for them. The laying of a duty robs value of the land must go into the | weekending July 22, 1911:
It is more than probable that the
of tbe Oregon Audubon So the owners of imported property. It is treasury private monopoly of natural
Gentlemen: George 8. Dutnch, J.
Giants will be called upon to go to Pen
ciety, is baser! upon two new«pa|>er re- just as morally wrong for tbe govern resources will not only be possible but Bery, John Halloran Miss Ruth Dick
dleton for the inter-state games to <lr-
to 1« held in Han Diego m 1915, it is a pOrtg- unP from Tacoma and one from ment to steal as it is for individuals.
cide the stole championship.
lit the second place, the government
foregone conclusion that there will be , port|an(j. The former states that tbe
Gifford Pinchot has always contemie«!
some doings in the wav of aerial stunt* br,,wu tail moth lias infested th«- Rain- not only rotis importers in levying im that tbe coal lands should be leased, Frederiksen.
duties, but it helps American man- not sold or given away. He is right.
Cards: A. Cook, Mr. Yarn, John
X. X. ( ARISON SUHf RS ACCIDENT at the Ex)HMilion. As a matter of fact, I ter Valley, near Seattle, and that the port
thr Colonel last week offered a prize of state commissioner of horticulture has ii fact urers of articles similar to those to That ie the only proper way to deal Raemusen, J. E. Hamilton, Miss M.
R. R. Carlson came nearly having a
(I o . ibi O for the first aviator who should ' ordered the district affected under quar imported, to rob the rest of the people. with them. But tp make monopoly i Frederiks
dangerous accident on Tuesday on ths
“We Hud that the claim is made that impossible the leases must be eo drawn
These letters will be sent to tbe Dead
way from town At east kith and Bel take from Panama to San Diego news antine The latter is in the form of a
tariff increase wages. We find this that the rent must be paid whether the I-etter Office on Aug. 5, Util, if not de
communication stating that what ap-
mont a five ton Cadillac of the (lovey
claim usually put forward by manu land is use«! or not. There should be livered before. In calling for the above,
Molar t'ar Co., on the way into town arouae-i general interest among the air l>ears to tie the gypsy moth lias made
men, anil it is likely that other cities ' it» appearance in Southwest Portland. facturers who pav no more »ages than no fine on production in the shape of a please say “advertised,” giving date of
from Handy, running at high “|>e«-d.
I. McCOLL, P M.
When it is readied that entire for they can help, and do nothing in the royalty or tax. Provis on should be | list,
came around the comer in such a posi will adil t<> the sum of the prize, mak
ing it one well worthy to t>e (ought for. ests are stripped of their foliage and interest of their employees that string made for periodical revaluation in order
tion as to catch the rear of Mt. Carl
left as barren ar telegraph (Miles within ent factory laws do not compel them to to prevent any private appropriation of
son's car Th«- result was the destruct
a few days, that vast areas of timlier do. The insincerity of the claim is increas««d social value.
ion of that part ol the car, the breaking
of the Pleasant Home Bap
of the steering gear and the thr- wing
“The claim is furthermore made that
Preparations are under way lor the attacks of tiie gypsy and brown tail
tist church are urged to be in attend
oi Mr Carlson out and undergoing his
American manufacturers can not afford INCRIMINATING EVIDENCE DISAP ance at th«- church at Cottrell on the
life. < >n investigation it was found that holding of the annual picnic of the moths, it is time that a thorough in
pay the wages they now do and com
third Sunday of the month if possible.
the Covey driver was drunk, and that BrotherliiMHl of Elr. trie Railwax Em« vestigation were made to ascertain
pete with foreign manufacturers. Since
Following the mysterious dieappear <>dination services will lie hel«i «luring
lie wa> wholly to blame. Mr. Covey
it has been shown time and again that ance of the “Dick to Dick” letter from the week and other matters of church
promised to repair the machine and take place at “The Oaks, ’ in Portland, rumors.
American products are sold in foreign the files of the Interior department interest will be considered,
sent another to convey Mr. Carlson
in free coni|<etition with for comes tbe discovery that a full set of
Thia annual picnic is by far the larg this country for scientific purposes in
J. R. Logan, Pastor.
est of any of the picnics of the season, ' IM* While they were carefully kept eign prolucte the m.>st fitting comment | Controller bay maps have ^lso disap-
and the attendance will run from lo.Ooo in captivity for some time, they finally to make on the claim is a short and un I peareil from the files of the War de
KAbKET SOCIAL AT ORIENT
Illi HIRAI «SCHOOL HOLS!
broke away ami within 20 years, New parliamentary word, which has made a I partment.
Grange will give an en
There are in the city of Portland be England was attacked by them in such
Every rural school is closed for the
The maps in question were seen not,
“It is unnecessary to present statistics I only by M. F. Abbot, but by IMegate ; tertainment and Basket Social at their
summer season, consequently it is a tween 0,(Miami7,<«s>employees engaged numbers that entire forests were strip
good time to make improvements to the in electrical work, ami it is their custom ped in a abort time. The legislature of or other figures. No amount of figur Wickersham of Alaska, Gifford Pinchot ball at Orient Saturday evening. Aug.
5. Everybody invited.
school houses ami place them in lietter to join in thia picnic of the Brotherhood Massachusetts appropriated $50,000 for ing can prove a wrong to be right or anil by Secretary of War, Henry L. j
condition for the new term which opens of Electric Railway Employees.
their extermination, hut to little avail.
Stimson. Yet Major J. B. Cavanaugh
The plane provide for a balloon as Within ten y ears, over $1,IIK) was s|a-nt universally conceded that honesty is of the War department testified before >
during the late fall and follow mg the
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
cension, with the wedding of some local I in the work, followed by an appropria- the beat policy. This applies to na , tbe Graham committee that tbe mape |
It is the duty of every country school couple while the Imlloon is in the air, tion |30o,0o(i in one year, yet the gyp- tions, as well as invalidate. The na I are not in the files now.
of the Interior, U. 8. Ijind
district to make its school house at ami in addition to this startling feature, I sy moth was unconquered. The state
It is believed by members of the
tractive and inviting to the children Governor West ha- l>eeti invited to finally gave up the work and one prop- at one and the same time. The neces 1 committee that the Ryan conspirators ' Offic-at Portland. Oregon, June 24, 1911.
Notice is hereby given that John Roy-
that will frequent it the most; paint address the multitude on some of th«- erty owner s|>ent over (75,1X10 on his sity of speedily abolishing that method as soon as the present exposure was
West, whose poet-office address is
and a few repairs will do a great deal matters |>ertaining to his adminiatra- ; own estate in an effort to stem the of raising revenue is obvious.
threatened took means to have moved
St., Portland, Oregon, did, on
along this line and the change will la* tion.
: (earful slaughter of the trees.
from the government files all incrimi
the 1st day of July. l’>10, tile in this
“The Oaks” is turned over to the
It will not take long for the Oregon
pleasing as well as noticable.
office Sworn Statement and Application.
ALTERA WEEK OX TWO
In commenting on such a matter a Brotherhood, and the receipts of that i farmer, fruit grower or timlier owner to
“The files have been tampered with.
No. 02083. to purchase the s*% swl< of
writer says there is no reason why the day become part of the sick lienetit appreciate the enormity of the fearful
This is obvious, and in fact, tbe only
2 and sl8 se1«. Section 3, Town
destruction, after investigating the
rural school house should not by ex- fund of the Association
conclusion this coznmittee can reach in
(Continued from last issue.}
ship 1 North, Range 6 East, Willamette
failure of the stab- of Massachusetts. Oh' Dear, somehow things ain’t JUSt
the face of the eviilence at hand,” said
Meridian, and the timber thereon, un
What would happen to these magnifi
Chairman Graham. “It would seem
der the provisions of the act of June 3,
cent Oregon formats, should the gypsy I come home so darn tired at night*
that the files are not to be relied upon
1878. and acts amendatory, known as
j moth once gain a foothold? No one can And everything is upside down.
to give us the truth. “Altering re«x>rds he “Timber and Stone law,” at such
i tell, for the financial loss would be And not a darn thing can be found,
is a serious offense and this Committee value as might l>e fixed by appraisement,
j greater than could ever result from The range is there without a fire.
will go to the bottom of it.”
and that, pursuant to such application,
The stack of dishes growing higher
the land and timber thereon have been
It is the experience of the Biological The bread’s all gone, the doughnuts too.
MODERN TRAFFIC PLANS NEAR PER board feet at tiie 50 timlier
Survey of the Department of Agricul- Ain’t grub enough to make a stew.
cents per M, and the
ture that once these frightful enemiefl I say if she don’t come home soon,
land $80.00; that said applicant will
of the tree invade a timber country, I’ll lie singing songs without a tune.
In these days of modern railroad offer final proof in support of his applica
they cannot lie dretroyed. It ia urged This darn old world ain’t worth a cuss equipment, where the traveler is pro tion and sworn statement on the 12th
that the best that can lie «lone is to If she ain’t here to make a fuse.
tected at almost every turn of tbe track day of September, 1911, before the Reg
check them. If 75 per cent of the total When I track mud across the floor,
by some new device, it is apparent that ister ami Receiver of the United States
is destroyed, a good work has been And let the flies in at the door,
the Transportation Companies of the land office, at Portland, Oregon.
done. Th«« scientific checking of thia An<l when I drop the dish rag “kerslosh” country have come to recognize the
Any person is at liberty to protest this
peat is outlined in several bulletins I wish she was here. I do “by-goah.”
truthfulness of the maxim that it is bet purchase before entry, or initiate a con
that have been issued by the Bureau I tell you living single’s all a sham.
ter to avoid losses than to incur the ex test at any time before patent inure, by
of Biological Survey ami great emphas And batchin now ain’t worth a--------
pensive luxurv of law suite. These may filing a corroborated affidavit in this
is is laid upon the natural check pro
— l.os Angeles Evening News. not mean any eventual loss in the way office, alleging facts which would defeat
vided by bird life.
if. F. lligby.
of damages, but they do mean publicity, the entry.
The chickadee, nuthatch, bushit.
in which the traveling public takes an
DR. WHEY’S OFFENSE
I warbler, sparrow and woodpecker, of
the Oregon birds, are known Jo be the
I factor Wiley took one-third of the
One of the best testimonials of the
Sprains require careful treatment
worst enemies to gypsy moths that we time of a first class man instead of all efficient equipment of the Southern Pa Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's
have. Many sections of the country the time of a third class man. That is cific Company is found in the report of Liniment freely. It will remove the
| have been watched by scientists with the actual “offense” for which the an accident that occurred on the night soreness and quickly restore the parts
I the idea of ascertaining to what extent great friend of the people is lieing har of’ffirtrt»~i4, lull, in the v-cinity of to a healthy condition. For sale by
these birds actually feed upon moths. ried by the Taft administration.
Sparks. Nevada. The affair wa- one of all druggists.
TO DE CHAMPIONS
ampln, instill a regard for order and i
teach the value of neatness It occas
ionally hap|>etiB that some pupils do
not attend the district sclMol as long as
they should, I mmhiisc they can not
but la-cause they do not like to In at
least some cases a more attractive
scliiail house might make something of
a change In this regard.
But there is another reason why these
buildings should 1« marie to appear as |
well as |ea>slble. Strangers visiting .
rural sections often judge the spirit of
the people toward public improvements
by them. They invariably place a high
rating upon the district that shows that
it lias enough pride and public spirit to
keep its school house in repair, and is
not sparing of paint. Some may reason
that tide is not a matter of particular
importance, but it assumes considerable
Importance when among these strang
ers are those who may be prospective
buyers of (arms in that sectioo, and
who are attracted or repelled by this
It is far from creditable to any dis
trict to have an unkempt, unpainted
school house. The cost of repairing
such building, in not great and does not
inflict much ol a burden upon the indi
IS MAN OF ALIASES