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YAQ UINA BAY
Oregon’s Matchless Beach Resorts
T h e Place to Go for Perfect Rest and E very Conceiv
able Form of Healthful and Delightful Recreation
Its Facilities are Complete— Best of food and an
abundance of it. Fresh water from springs. A ll modem
necessities, such as telegraph, telephone, markets freshly pro
vided every day. Fuel in abundance. Cottages partly fur
nished or unfurnished to be had cheaply. Strict municipal
N E W P O R T is reached by way of the Southern Paci
fic to Albany or Corvallis, thence Corvallis & Eastern R . R .
Train service daily and the trip a pleasure throughout.
RATE FROM FOREST GROVE
Season six-months ticket $6.00
Saturday to M on day ticket $3.00
Our elaborate new Summer Book gives a concise description
of Newport, including a list of hotels, their capacity and
rates. Call on, telephone or write
WM. M cM URRAY,
General Passenger Agent. Portland, Oregon
IN T H E
BANKERS MID MERCHANTS
M U T U A L P IR E R B U B P A S S N .
Of Forest Grove, Oregon
t h k
B est an d C h eap est
JA M E S RASM U S E N
F L O U R anti F E E D
Forest Grove, Ore.,
Pacific A ve.
W. H. H O L L IS
Homeopathist and Surgery
Tender, Juicy, Steaks,
Roasts and Stews,
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A R B
Sausage and Bacon
E R S
A ll kinds of Fresh
HAIR CUTTING A SFECIALTY
V e g e ta b le s
W ood Sawing
G r o c e r ie s
W . F. S O IU L T Z
& Gordo* Good Eatab|es
S i y l i s h Turnouts
D R . J . H . K j N O X
V c t o r ln n r lu n
we keep the best Meats
County Stock Inspector
to be had, but this is to
Hancock & Gordon’ s Livery
remind you to give us a
Phone Main 33, Ind. 744
F o re s t G ro v e , O re .
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For Demons nnd Prices see
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WILL USE JAPANESE
RECEIVER FOR BIG M ILL.
Pillsbury-Washburne Company Needs
to be Reorganized.
Minneapolis, Aug. 10.— Incident to
a reorganization certain o f the stock
holders o f the Pillsbury-Washburn
T A L K W ITH S C O T T F IR S T .
DIRT FLIES ON ISTH M U S.
Flour Milling company Saturday peti
tioned the Federal District court for
the appointment o f receivers.
Total o f Earth Removed Increases Roosevelt Not Ready to Act on West
Whatever action is taken by the
Month by Month.
court, the business w ill be continued.
Aug. 6.— Secretary o f
The indebtedness o f the defunct
company is set at more than $5,000,- month thetotal excavation on the Isth War Wright has sent word to Presi
000, without security. The book value mian canal is increasing. A cablegram dent Roosevelt that he desires the pres
property t exceeds
a v v v UD , ,
, , yesterday from Colonel Goe- ident to see Colonel Scott and talk with
Cars and Engines Now Accumulated in o f the
the findings and recom-
The total secured in- i V“ 1'8’ chlef engineer on the Isthmus, him regarding
West Will Prevent Blockade
debtedness covered by debenture bonds shows w » t the excavation for July was mendations made by a board o f inquiry
— UI” greater
-----. - . than
L - f for
- June, al- an(j in(jor8e(} by Colonel Scott in the
is $4,000,000, or a total indebtedness considerably
o f Wheat Crop.
o f $9,000,000. Liquid assets are esti- though the latter was almost a record case o f the suspended cadets. Colonel
maetd at 3$, 500,000, to pay $5,000,000 in the canal work. The total excava Scott undoubtedly w ill be received at
tion for July was 3,168,640 cubic Oyster Bay by the president on his
Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 8.— A quiet
The company has $800,000 o f its yards, against 3,056,976 cubic yards way to West Point from Washington.
preparation for a long siege by the
for June, and, 1,087,498 cubic yards
The president’s assistant secretary,
men and continued reticence regarding products s ored in 25 states outside of for July a year ago.
In the corre Rudolph Foster, this afternoon made
their intentions locally are the feat Minnesi ta
The application for receiver has cre sponding months this show an increase a statement saying the president had
ures of the Canadian Pacific strike this
o f 2,091,932 cubic yards.
not received the final decision o f the
surprise, but it is not expected
} evening. No men in large numbers
The average daily output for July, War department. The statement adds:
have come into the city from either
1908, was 121,494 cubic yards, against
“ The president, o f course, w ill come
Eastern or Western points, although cial circles. The m illing interests in 41,442 cubic yards in July, 1907.
In to no final decision until he hears
j rumors are rife that a large contingent
July o f this year, 1,847,173 cubic from General W righ t.”
is due here tonight.
Pickets are ally good year and the conditions that yards o f material were removed by
guarding the entrances to shops and
Law Will be Given Test.
all railroad t Tminals. A number of pany have been peculiacr to that organ
Washington, Aug. 6.— The constitu
women have been placed at work
tionality o f the Federal law prohibit
MAKE RATE DECISION SOON.
The receivers have been appointed
| cleaning cars. Testing of cars is go-
ing the importation o f women from
1 ing on as usual, the work being done with full power to operate the com
pany’s manufacturing plants and with Important Ruling to be Made by In foreign countries for immoral purposes
is involved in the cases o f Alphonse
Mass meetings were held tonight confident expectation that this expedi
and Eva Dufour, which rre docketed
and addresses given in their native
Washington, Aug. 11.— During the today in the Supreme Court o f the
tongue to Hungarians, Germans and that amPle property, over and above next month or six weeks it is possible
United States. Six indictments were
J. H. McVey was asked
that the Interstate Commerce commis returned against each in the United
It is proposed to
this afternoon if the other organiza holders o f shares.
sion w ill decide upon the question of States Circuit court sitting in Chicago,
tions connected with railroad work operate the mills under receivers and | the reasonableness o f the proposed in on the charge o f violating the immi
were likely to go out soon. He re in charge o f the receivers, so that labor crease o f railroad freight rates in Ala
gration laws, and Judge Landis refus
interests w ill not be seriously affected j
bama, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida and ed to release them on the writs o f
“ I f they are going out soon I don’ t
portions o f South Carolina, in the habeas corpus. They took an appeal
know o f it. I f they went out without promising good results, in view o f the southern territory and Texas, in the
to the Supreme court. The maximum
notice they would be breaking their
punishment is five years imprisonment
o f the milling and grain business, no
The proposed increase in the several anti a fine of $5,300 in each count.
The Canadian Pacific Railway com other company.engaged in similar lines Southern states embraces practically
pany yesterday promoted all firemen here being in any way involved.
extensive increases proposed through
Object to Rates.
who had been serving} in the local
out the country at this time. The de
Washington, Aug. 8.— The Inter
BUILD $20,000,000 D EPO T.
roundhouse to be wipers. When crops
cision w ill have an important bearing state Commerce commission today re
begin to move there w ill be larger de
on rates in general.
ceived complaint from shippers of the
mand for engineers and firemen than Northwestern Plans Costly Structure
state o f Georgia against various rail
Roosevelt Praises Dead.
road companies operating in that state
The company’s locomotives and roll-
Chicago, Aug. 10.— The Chicago &
Oyster Bay, N. Y ., Aug. 7.— Presi which recently gave notice o f an in
! ing stock are at present in excellent
Northwestern railway announced yes dent Roosevelt today sent a telegram crease in freight rates in the South
condition, the dry summer having
terday that its engineers and architects to the late Senator Allison’s secretary, eastern territory to take effect August
caused little wear. Besides 300 Jap
have completed the plans for its new as follow s:
1, and which has been temporarily set
anese mechanics trained in the rail
Madison street passenger terminal,
“ Am inexpressibly shocked and con aside by Judge Speer, o f the Southern
road shops o f the Pacific Coast states
which w ill cost when completed in the cerned at the news. The whole coun district o f Georgia, pending a deter
and in technical schools are arriving
neighborhood o f $20,000,000, and try loses a man grown gray in the mination by the commission o f the rea
and are being distributed where neces
which w ill include facilities for hand most honorable type o f public service, sonableness o f the proposed rates. No
sary. Sleeping and dining cars have
ling over a quarter o f a million pas a man, who, becuse o f his experience tice o f the complaint was served on the
I been drawn up close to the shops to
every 24 hours.
This station and trained ability, was one o f the defendant railroads and they w ill be
j provide accommodations for the non sengers
will surpass in point o f ground covered most effective aids in making good given 20 days in which to make reply.
union workmen, guarded by special
and length o f trackage every railway government that we have in our coun
terminal in the United States, it is try. (Signed)
Malone's Place Filled.
said, except the South Station, in Bos
Washington, Aug. 12.— Dr. G. C.
“ THEODORE R O O SEVELT.”
S A N T A FE FINED $7,000.
Bantz was today appointed assistant
The now terminal w ill occupy prac
treasurer o f the United States, in
Found Guilty o f Giving Big Rebates tically four entire city blocks, bounded
Confer About the Hazers.
place o f the late J. L. Malone. Mr.
Masked as Bonus
Oyster Bay, Aug. 11.— Secretary o f
by Madison street on the south, Kinzie
Bantz has been an employe o f the
Chicago, Aug. 8.— The Atchison, street on the north, Clinton street on
Treasury department for 35 years and
Topeka & Santa Fe railroad, by its the west and Canal street on the east,
recently has filled the position o f dep
counsel, pleaded guilty to rebating to- passing under Washington and Ran rived here today to discuss the West uty asistant treasurer.
W illiam H.
| day and was assessed a fine o f $7,000 dolph streets by means o f brilliantly Point hazing cases with President Gibson, assistant cashier o f the cash
Secretary W right said:
| by Judge Bethea in the United States lighted subways.
room, was promoted to be deputy
The structure w ill be o f gray granite “ I see a whole lot o f trouble has been assistant treasurer in place o f Dr.
District court. The government, rep-
j resented by District Attorney Edwin o f classic design, the essential features last visit here. I had no idea the mat Bantz. James A. Sample, now a divis
W. Sims, proved that a bonus paid by o f which is the great colonnaded en
ion chief, was appointed to be deputy
the railroad to the Garden City Sugar trance or portico, o f lofty proportions ter was to be made of such national assistant treasurer.
& Land company, o f Garden City, that will tower to a height o f 120 feet
to make any statement whatever re
Kan., was in effect a rebate. The above Madison street.
Roosevelt Entertains Guests.
Before this imposing front w ill be a garding the cases.
railroad company, through its indus
Oyster Bay, Aug. 6. Secretary o f
trial department, offered the Garden
the Treasury Cortelyou and Thomas J.
Perkins on Naval Committee.
City concern a bonus o f $50,000 for which w ill rise the granite columns
O’ Brien, American ambassador at To-
j locating on its lines. The bonus was that guaní the inner vestibule.
Washington, Aug. 7.— As a result of kio, were guests o f President Roose
I paid as freight was shipped, and a
the death o f Senator Allison, o f Iowa, velt at Sagamore Hill today, Secretary
year ago the land company had paid
A R R E S TS ARE M YS TE R IO U S .
Senator Perkins, o f California, w ill be Cortelyou driving over from his home
\ $22,000 in freight charges and had re-
advanced to the chairmanship o f the at Hnlesite, near Huntington. Other
[ ceived $11,000 o f it back in bonus.
Immigration Authorities Busy In De committee on naval affairs. N ext to guests o f the president today were : W.
Senator Hale, the California senator is C. Forbes, vice governor o f the Philip
troit After Long Chase.
HENEY ON THE RACK.
the ranking member o f that committee
Detroit, Mich., Aug. 10.- Great sec and as Hale is the ranking member of pines; R. R. Rogers, general counsel
o f the Isthmian Canal commission;
Questioned About $30,000 Fee From
the committee on appropriations he
arrests made here today by the local will be called upon to take Allison's Robert J. Collier, Norman Hapgood
police and the local immigration au- ] place as chairman, leaving the chair of and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sullivan.
San Francisco, Aug. 8.— Assistant thorities on a telegraphic request re-
the naval affairs committee to be filled
Alaska W ireless Station.
District Attorney Francis J. Heney I ceived from Helena, Mont. The pris-
Washington, Aug. 12. A wireless
was today placed on the witness stand oners are three men and two women o f j
station in Prince W illiam
in the preliminary examination o f Ab- | striking appearance, and a small boy
Packers Kick on Overcharge.
Alaska, is to be erected by the Navy
raham Ruef In the police court as an and two dogs form a conspicuous feat
expert on attorneys’ fees and interro ure o f the party.
Washington, Aug. 7. The Carstens I department, the exart site to lie se
gated by Ruef’s counsel regarding the
The arrests are said to have followed Packing company, o f Tacoma, has filed lected shortly. This w ill be 500 miles
alleged receipt by Heney o f a fee of a search by United States officials a complaint with the Interstate Com- from the m ilitary wireless station be
$30,000 from the Contra Costa Water which began in San Francisco in 1905 I merci- commission against the Oregon ing installed at Fort Gibbon, and will
company. This was done ostensibly to and has been carried
ried since to Boston, Short Line, the Oregon Railroad & form a connecting line between that
offset the theory advanced by the pros Pittsburg, Omaha, Helena, Chicago Navigation company and the Northern station and the naval wireless station
ecution that the receipt o f $30,000 by and several other points.
Both the Pacific, in which it asks reparation of at Northhead, Washington, The gov
Ruef from G. H. Umbsen in the Park- city police and the local immigration $252 on 11 cars o f stock shipped to ernment w ill be able to m: int iin wire
side trolley franchise matter was too inspectors say they do not know why Tacoma from Nampa, Idaho, and On less communication up the Pacific
large a fee for legal services.
It is alleged it was over coast to the Alaska station.
the arrests were ordered.
The pris tario, Or.
oners deny that they are identified charged and that the cars were routed
Release 43 Captives.
Mrs. Sage Plans Gift.
with any persons wanted by the Unit by a more expensive route than neces
Washington, Aug. 6. Estrada Ca
N ew York, Aug. 8.— It is learned ed States.
brera, president o f Guatemala, has re-
from friends o f Mrs. Russell Sage that
Denied Citizen Rights.
she is thinking seriously o f purchasing
Young Commandant at Mare Island. I leta-d 43 political prisoners, according
to a dispatch received at the State de
Constitutional island, in the upper
Seattle, Aug. 10.— A fte r serving
Washington, Aug. 8. Captain Lu- '
Hudson, opposite West Point, and pre three years in the United States army cien Young is to be the new command partment from ALmeriran Minister
O f this number 32
senting it to the United States govern in the Philippines and receiving an ant at Mare Island navy yard, San Heimke today.
ment as a site on which to erect the honorable discharge, Buntaro Kamagai Francisco, according to advices given were Guatemalans, six Hondurans and
world’s greatest military preparatory applied for admission to citizenship out by the N avy department, H e w ill vfie Nicraguans. It is believed that
school, a school that w ill be to West under
er the laws o f the United States succeed Captain J. B. Milton, who has these men nre among those who were
Point what Eton is to Oxford and and was refused his papers by Judge been transferred to command o f the re- alleged to have been implicated in the
Lawrenceville is to Princeton. She is | C. H. Hanford, o f the Federal court, cruiting ship Independence, now at several attempts on the life o f Cabrera
very much in earnest about this pro here today. The case is the first one Mare Island. Commodore J. M. Rob during the last two years.
ject and is investigating the matter o f the kind to come up before a Fed inson® who has been in command o f the
Colonel Hoxie Retires.
eral or State court in this country. Independence, is relieved and has re- j
Washington. Aug. 11. Colonel Rich
Kamagai has a fine army record and turned to his home.
a r d L. Hoxie, one o f the veteran offi
New Turkish Cabinet Named.
I was r
I useful ;
cers of tie corps o f engineers and who
Constantinople, Aug. 8. The new He speaks fine English.
Asks Bids on Coal fo r Fleet.
for some time past has been in rhargo
Turkish cabinet was named today by
Washington, Aug. 12. It is expect of the fortification and river harbor
Flee From Constantine.
the sultan, acting under the direction
ed that proposals for transporting coal work in Baltimore and vicinity, waa
o f Kiamil Pasha. There is not a Bingle
Constantine, Algeria, Aug. 10.
to Magdalena bay, Mexico, w ill be re- placed on the retired list o f the army
reactionary in the new cabinet, which The people are still in a state o f terror ceived"in the bureau o f equipment un
today on account o f age.
He ia sue
is composed of men wholly out of sym from the earthquake shocks o f a few til noon, August 17 Tb
pr I "
lod at Baltimore by M a jo r W illiam
pathy with the old regime. This is days ago, fearing a repetition, and to be for 15,000 tons o f semi-butumin
E. Craighill, who until recently was
considered as a guarantee that the there IS in consequence a steady exodos <ui coal for the vessels of the Parific
stationed at Mobile.
new constitution w ill be observed to to the country. A new shook was felt fleet. The bi Iders are required to state
the letter, and there is great rejoicing last night and caused a renewal o f the whether the vessels bearing the coal
Red Cross to Rescuo.
among the members o f the Young Tur panic. Several buildings damaged by may be d verted from Mag.li 1 na bay
Washington, Aug. 8.— A voluntary
the previous shocks were shaken down, to Bremerton. Wash., if the cargoes contribution of $1,000 has been made
The falling o f a ceiling in the house o f arc required there.
by the National Red Cross for the suf
Death Roll in Tabriz 800.
a European resident injured several
ferers o f the fires now raging in Brit
Tabriz, Aug. 8.— There has now been
Secretary McGee, o f
Says Kermit Did Not Talk.
35 days’ fighting in the streets o f Ta
Oyster Bay, Aug. 7. The president, the Red Cross today telegraphed tho
briz. and the casualties, due chiefly to
New Wool Market Seta Record,
through Acting Secretary Foster, yes contribution to Sir W ilfrid Laurier,
bomba thrown from mortars and shrap-
Butte, Mont., Aug. 10. Wool ship- terday denounced as being entirely fie-1 the premier o f Canada.
nel, are estimated at 800. Many o f menta at Baker, a new station on the titious an alleged interview with his j
Elevator Contract Let.
the finer residences o f the city and St. Paul in Eastern Montana, for this son, Kermit, regarding the African j
hundreds o f shops in the basements season, amount
Aug. 12. The con
H B i l to
o f next year which ia being given j
have been looted. The loss in this di- The price paid is 18 cents or better, publicity. Mr. Foster said the story tract for the elevator o f the Spokano
rection is placed at more than $1,000,- the highest average o f any market in . was an absolute fabrication and the , public building has been awarded to
I president waa desirous o f refuting it. | the Otis Elevator company at $13,44«,
Canadian Pacific Determined Not
to Give In to Men.
SETTLE DOWN FOR LONG SIEGE