Albany weekly democrat. (Albany, Linn County, Or.) 1912-1913, November 15, 1912, Page 8, Image 8

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    RAILROADSGONFORM
M FINE NEW RIVER STEAMER WORRELL GETS NEW RELICS
NEW TRAIN SERVICE ON
SALEM RESIDENTS COMING
TO APPLE FAIR ON SPECIAL
fiMf
FOR HIS COLLECTION
! THE cat
Grahamona-' Had Large Cargo Veleran of Spanish-American 1
Classrates Have Been Made
from Eastern Territory As
Ordered by Higher Court.
of Flour Which Was Loaded
at Corvallis Yesterday
War Visits Albany Grocer
Saturday Night.
CASE HANDLED BY LAW
FIRM OF HEWITT & SOX
Railway Commission vs. South
ern Pacific Railway Is Title
of the Case.
Continued from Monday, Nov. 11.
Th;it tin- Southern lii:ihV K;iilir;i(!
CMiup;iny ha i reduced its freight rates
in accoi cl.tiiee will) tile recent dec is
i(u handed down in the en -e if the
Jaii ivay ( 'oiiimissj. mi it ( ) recoil v.i.
the Soutliein I'aciiic cuiiijiany, hc
canie loiMwn a iv.w day ao when
I Irwin & Sm. received a letter from
the Interstate (.'uiniuei ce o mi uiisii n.
In the t i k ia I case the law firm of
Hewitt t- Sux of this city appran-d
for lilt h ejoii Railway ( oniuiissioii
and won ihe case aains! tin- railroad
in both the lower and higher courts.
The decision effects rates on the lines i
of the Soiitheiu I'aeiiic in llie Wil
lamette valley.
The letter received hy Hewitt &
Sox i-, a.s follows:
Washington, Nov. 5, 1912.
.Messrs. I Irwin H: So,
I-ir-i Naiional Hank !MK.(
Albany, rK"ii.
ient leiueti :
Y-.ur letter of October 2.1, referring
to vacation bv ihe ( oiutuis'.ion of the
order entered in ihe ease of Kailroad
( oi:nnision oi ( Jami vs. Soitihern
I 'aril ic ( 'mi i pan y et a I., our dockets
No. .i.vlJ, is received.
The oider in this c:ise ;is vacateil
and tin1 proceedm1.; lisiiii-.stai In-cause
tin- carrieis hae made the class rates
from eastern defined tnil..iv to the
points involved in the above eulitled
case Ihe name as to iWltaml. In (lie
l i nuiiiissii ins older the rales to ihese
points weir made dil lereiit i.ils higher
iliau the rati s io I'oiil.nul. 'I luis it
wouhl appear thai if the order were
allowed lo stand liij;hrr rates would
be named t . i In p. .in is m vol veil in
that case than air now in effect.
K sped full v,
J 'UN 11. MAKIll.K.
Sec retary.
Tlie new rivrr steamer ''Cjrahani
oua," of the Oregon City Transporta
tion company, ia-sed down the river
this morning at 7 o'clock on her first
trip from Corvallii to J'ortland.
The "firahamona" came up from
lite tu' tropolis Saturday evening and
after dischariiiH several tons of mer
chandise at this city, proceed 'l 't
(Jorvalhs where sin; remained all day
yeslerday loading flour at the mill in
that city. Considerablu freight and a
number of pas-niK'crs were taken
aboard here this morning.
The new .steamer is by tar the larj--l
that ha s ever operated on t he
upper river ami was greatly admired
by those who were at the wharf this
morning. She will operate in connec
tion with the "Pomona," Albany now
having a daily boat service.
Arriviny from the south Saturday
evening. II. H. Hern, a veteran A tiie
Spanish-American war and member
oi tiie Chhu-e relief expedition, call
ed on ;., old friend Sam Worr-JI A
tliii city and b it a number of relics
for tlie Worrell collection.
Aiiio-i;- tlie relics left by Herr. is a
miniature camion which was captured
:om ine hmese wall at a point near
J'.'ktn. a rule captured on October .ire
bSW in the Philippines, an l-'nlish
tower rifle and a number of Chinese
opium pipes.
Committee Hard at Work Ar
ranging Exhibits for the
Annual Event.
POLICE JUDGE FINES THREE '
MEN THIS MORNING IN COURT
-o-
ALBANY BOY WILL CLERK IN
GREAT FALLS, MONTANA STORE
Arehie Metf;er. a sou of Mr. ami
Mrs. J. i. Metier of this eity, left
ye-.terd.iy for liieat balls, Montana,
where he will make hi-, home, having
aeeepled a poii ion with 1 1 eni y A.
Slollellbein, - ho e hit d a shoe
siore in Albany for two yiai-., leaviiiK
this summer lor (ileal balls wheie he
is now eilt;.ie.ed iu business. Melei
will olliei.tte as elei k ill the new stole
re.eully opened bv Ml. Sl -It t'tiln.1
in lireal l .dls.
FLYING LOG STRIKES MAN AT
MILL CITY, PARALYZING RIP
.1. A. Mel.anhlin and Jack J.yneh
ho were arre- led by ln ;.I police
Sainrday cvrnin eharfjed with di-or-dei
ly eouduel were arraigned ill Jude
Van Tasstd's court at lJ oYlurk llii-
uioiuin;.t where they racii plead unilty
;i ml were y, veil t lie- iniuimuui
fine of five dollars and cost.-.
Tom Howies, who was arretted Iat
evimiu.Lr by I 'at roll nan McClun, for
embibiu too fn-rly in the elixer of
life, wa- fined $10 and cod- by Judc
Van Ta--el this moriiim;.
Uowl'-- wa unable to furni-h the
maunia and will a--ist for the next
five days iu beam i fy iim tlie - trvi't.-. of
Albany for which he will receive int
pay.
NEW CARDS WILL CONTAIN
PORTRAITS OF DEAD KINGS
Kaiser Designs Pack of Paste'
boards That Causes Much
Comment Among Royalty.
LOCAL HUNTERS GET
GOOO BAG OF DOCKS
Keiinnin la-t im:ht from a huui
iuy, hip on the X'.inuey farm, located
-i;; In" miles south of Albany, Tom
Si evens and 1'ranU Masek brought
home a I ba- of ducks. Tin y kill
d Iweiily ope yesti-rday moruiny, two
of which will tfrare the editor's table
today.
PAWNS HIS WOODEN LEG
TOR ONE DRINK OF LIQUOR
Vagrants Thrist Reaches Stage
Where He Can No Longer
Do Without Liquor.
I iroville. Cab, Xov. 11.
a native of 1 ' t l; s and a
fotiuiv w itle lame, is a m
lYI fellow, and he dispb
". lieu lie vauntci t-d iul
- I'.ill I licks,
cliaracier of
st resiource
eil saacitv
a local a-
I.
..I p.
mi; I.
cd Ml
Mdl
S il
m ck
- who
p;t d
ii and pawned bis wooden foot for
a drink.
Micks loct bis left pedal etremity
some time .ik" in a railroad accident
and in a pel iod of uncpcct ed pros
peril y he niana'd t'1 wisely invest
part of his bank i oil iu an artificial
:o,.. which was a n'' ;id to him
in knocking about the country. Ilicks
was bioke and very thirsty when he
cnleied the saloon.
1 he idea of eiitnv; a di iul; on ci ed
II o liis loot siiiick Hill as altoi;eth
k i . a-oiiable and the baileiider licv
- he-'!. tied lo accept the otu-r
i;:il ... now in jail viMiii; a i.i
m iiiiu c h 1 1 a-i am . lie has loi
.'.hen v here he left his fo-.i, but
m he can . .-..! find the place when
SWATS BAKED BEANS IN
lii-i-lin. Xov. 11. Many cjf the
i- n.-.vii.-il Ih-.-kU nf lunoH- will hanllv
ii- i-l thiltiri-il liy the .-iction ! thi-l.-iis-r
iu iK-pictin tlu- liiK-aint-nts nl'
llirnii-K s nr liu-ir rL-lativcs on a
park- of iilaviiu' cards which lit- has
ili-iKin-iI.
'1 hi- qiii t-n of li i-.-ir I s shows tin- por
trait of (Jin-iii 'ictori.-i (wini was tin-KaiM-r'.s
ni'-'i"iiiolh.-r;l the Dmv.-iKcr
IJih-i-ii "f 1 1 -i ly is tin- QiK'i-n of ilia-niotid-;
I he late ICnipi-ri-.ss l-llizahilh
-I Austria th-.- iuiin of dulis. ami
lln- I'zariiia tin- ijuicii of spaiU-s.
l'op- I-'" XIII is llh- liitli; of
sp.-nhv. in,- Ian- K 1 1 1 14- lliiiiih.-rl 1 lit-kin-,'
of chilis. l..-op,,hl of 1',,-ldmii
l!i- l.ii-f; of .liain-.iiK, while the iai
,-r liiini lf will appear as kin of
heans.
1 lie Kai-rr ,rol,.-l,y evpresses his
opinion ' I -tale-uH-ll I iy -illolillL; tlie
fori t n i i- of I nsinai k, la-Ut--n-.-.
Cri-pi and W'ahleek Kolissean to the
four knaes.
Wlph to hi partiality for actresses
is atti ilnit. d the delieale eonipl iincnt
of presenlin the four aces by the
foiir luetliest actresses iu lairoi.e
uho-c n.-inie. however, have Hot yet
lieell dillled.
S OF
VIENNA ARE GAMBLING
Police Raid Fashionable Resi
dence District and Women
Are Arrested.
Herlin. Xov. 11. While the men of
Vienna have been occupied in follow-1
ii'U Ihe events in the lialkaus and !
speculating on possible effects on the!
Austrian empire their wives, left tool
much at home, while the men spent)
all their time in the political clubs.)
have been taking Icsoiis in poker j
from i-itiiiL; Americans and about aj
week ami they opened a poker club, i
Theh 11 sands, who mioii discovered j
that their wives were iMinhliiii;. set I
spies to waten tiieui and 111 tin- man
ner ihe cM'tcnccoi the poker club was
di-covered.
The police were informed and sur
rounded the club one niyht, arrest-;
im; a number of wouienaud eonfiseat- j
int; the stake-. j
In the police court the next day tlie
women were let 1:0 with a warning
on the condition t!i.:t t!iey never touch !
a card avaitt. but -pc-id all ilteir even-;
t ! :ri .-. i c. ; ', w'avA oim; out
LECTURES BYEXPERTSWILL
BE BIG DRAWING CARD
Best Exhibits of Fruit and Veg
etables Ever Assembled in
the County.
Two New Trains Each Way Be
tween Albany and Corvallis
Beginning Nov. 17th.
With the best exhibit of fruit and
vegetables ever assembled in Linn
coumv, tne .iDanv -App e Muw nrum- r 11;- 1. . i . . . .
i.,s ,0 be one ofthe bet of it' kind I onK,lt 1,e :l,ul ''""'"less
lleinnini next Sunday, two new
trains each way between Corvallis
and Albany, in addition to present
trains, will tve this city the most
perfect train service it ever had, or
could ever expect to have, says the
Times. This is the service the Gazette-!
imes predicted some time ago,
when it mentioned that Agent An
drews, General Passenger Agent
John M. Scott and other S. P. offi
cials were working to produce the
most desirable service possible. Mr.
Scott made mention of the new serv
ice while here Saturday, and today
Agent Andrews jubilantly confirms
it. He lias been working valiantly
for the service, and is as pleased as
Manager Stewart of Commer
cial Club Receives Telegram
From Capital City.
ever held in the W illamette vallev
Manager Stewart ami the various
committees m charge have been busy
'luring the greater portion of the day
arranging the exhibits and it is pre
dichd tiiat the Armory will be well
idled with idtors when the doors
open tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock.
One feature of the fair which will
be of particular interest to market
Ljardeiiers will be lectures from ome
of the best authorities 011 horticulture
in tiie stale and a large attendance
at these It-ctuivs is anticipated by the
management. ,
The Albany Apple Fair has been a
regular event in Albany for the paM
.dx years and it has been largely due
to the educational effect of tlie enter-pri-e.
that betwei-n eiht and ten
thousand acres of commercial orch
ard lun been juircha-ed and most of
it planted, dining the pa-u four years,
in I. inn county.
The e;;ierpr:e .-lu-uld receive tile
acti e support of every public spirit
ed citizen in the citv.
will be.
Nprer yet was the rojeeof PonsHpnce
silenrpil without retribution Jameson
u u
RELEASED FROfvl CUSTODY
A I I Van -ck who w as recently in
licted by the grand jury for attempt
ing t" brine an otucer and who tor
the past few weeks has been confin-
1 in tlie jad was released from cus
tody this morning, having furnished
bonds for S5t!0. which were fixed by
Judge Galloway recently when Pea-
k v:i arraigned
ERNEST F. NICHOLS.
Eminent Physicist, Presi
dent of Dartmouth College.
That the residents of the Capital
City are c..iniii( to tlie Albany Apple
Fair in larger numbers was indicated
this afternoon when C. 11. Stewart,
manager of the Albany Commercial
Club, received a telegram from Sa
lem stating that the residents of that
prosperous city had completed ar
rangements for a special train of five
or six coaches and were coming to
Albany on Thursday morning.
The "Cherry City Special" will ar
rive in Albany over the Southern Pa
cific at 10:31) o'clock Thursday morn
ing where they will be greeted by a
large delegation of Albany residents
and escorted to the Armory where the
big apple show is in progress. The
Salem people will be Albany's guests
from K!:3'l oVloc': Thursday morning
until their train pulls out of the yams
at 5 o'clock on the return trip.
Albany people should turn out
strong to assist the members of the
Commercial Club and the apple fair
committee in extending the glad hand
to Salem. The Salem crowd will iu
all probability be accompanied by
their band.
Executors Notice of Hearing of Final
Account
Notice is hereby given that tile fin
al account of .1. 11. Keely and C. V.
Kelly as executors of the last will and
tc-taiucilt of A. 11. Kelly, deceased,
has been filed ill the County Court
Court of I. inn Con:i;v. State of Ore
gon, and that Monday the kith dav of
December, 'J)2, at the hour of 'one
clock p. m. has been duly appointed
by -uch court for the hearing of ob
jections lo such final account and the
-ettlement thereof, at which time anv
person intere-ted in such estate ma'v
appear and file objections thereto in
writing and contest the -ante.
.1. II. KI-LI.V,
C. W. Ki-l.LV,
C. C. I1RYANT. Kxecutors.
Attorney.
l-'ir-t publication "Nov. 15. 1912 la-t
December 1.1, 191.?.
(Nov. 15-Dt-c. l.ei
J. C. Gallagher of this city, district
manager of ihe Filers Piano House
of Portland, went to Kingston this
morning where he will place a piano
in one of the homes in that vicinity.
Harvey Noon, a prominent lum
berman of Portland, was in Albany
yesterday looking after business matters.
innr niumn
UinDC I1IINU3
LinkFeguei
Set? inront
Health Together
W 0
0, W-Sfr J&s
IUtc worn Gossairdl Crte9
pr ih&i thj air th hit !msidlo
V !
HELPLESS SINCE BlillH;
SURGERY RELIEVES Wi
SACRED BOSTON :
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el..b;
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tl
Ulliue.l.
.- I he
ponn.N
e itli-
ehildi et: iiiut be
their need for t'u-
epi ". lei
eoniloit.i
tt.
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How Could She?
Student- 1 tiild yuii Inst nlelit to
wnke me at 7 Hits nuu-iUiii: Why tlu
lllekiMut illcln'l J.iu d.i si-1' 1 undhldv .
tr. nt 7 o'etoek yen hadn't I'onio
Ii uiie. -l-'lleteude l'.lalter !
Rivuli. I'l
l.ulu-Y.iil FllollUl nfl II I lit to hIkii thf 1:1
pledge befori, you marry hlni Itnhs 4 ''
"Iiv, he ilo.-irt drink. I.ulu -No, but
lie may lw templed to Inter.
a c;m:'..-c to -ttet.-'i A!, f
-d if not com. ruinate,!
. e en iu 1 n ee ;-.i.i'tli!n .
- . I .-nie.iu-s tor e. muii-,. -n
.ue food. pu:e ait, te:
-e 1 : islets import. ml lo lo
di-ei-e the patient h.i- t
i what kind of patient the
.lohu t'.olii
,!.ll,-ilMil Ii:.
Ore.u
llinc.
:-: die be-t-.'.v
bor.'.
'd one hal:
,.nd lir.n-e
:' inenl.d
'aug. tli.it
:' oi their
Conpbell.
. yie ehll
:-.d today
' . en iit
:::v for tlie
-t in the
. ;:::ed men
on De-
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ne pm
r.oohel
Literary Coincidence.
1 g'I ltei':iltilaiu-e dees llel jilu iva m.n
plaitiarisin I'liere was no phiularlstu
,1 t.nnih. ii.-ent ' ',M'I;nill N' man's ll-.i,.. -nu. nlKtit
in the slate of K.mi. ! IS "'"'' Mlul 1 i far ffem Home,"
-ed a faun in th, uiuitv , thouti tt lias heon iieluted out that U
inv and moved out to their new utmost esactly reproduces a line In
mis momine. ill tier i play printed 111 l.Mi'.l
, pleaseil w itn tlie ill.tuii tti
Kev. W P White ,,f ,,e rinted
I li-slivt. ii.m eluiieh nil hold sj.e.i ,1
imioii iv.ni.listie senn-es ,,1 t,n
week at the i;,:Ue Piesbvterlan
ihunh, coiner of M.,iu and S.inli.iin
toad
This play Is
Two AtiL-ry Wenioil uf AMtieton." tiv
d Mrs Cook and son spent ' "''"r'. ,"1' '"'-' '
Mlh mends in Poitl.md 1 ' 1 " luu' '"' ''". Htld I am
.. . , ,,, , tar rrom iioine.
t Mount Ple.ts.int, ,
e-tet,
visiting
11, -v
Mr :
Suu.l.i
U.-betl D.ilbv
was in AIban
fi lends
Inxitatious h.ie been lee.
n-MUleitii; an intorinal dance to
given ny the Alpti.i t)iuei;.i jjnls ot
this citv at Pus.ud's hall on Thurs
day evening. November 14. 1"1J, at
S A) o'clock.
cd
y y
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From Dailv Issue of i''
V TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12.
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