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DAILY OAJPlIATi JOOItNAfc, SAM3I, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1010.
FEW ItEQUKSTS KECE1VED FOK
NEW GOVERNMENT BANKING
SYSTEM, " BEOAUfJE P. MS. ARE
NOT ANXIOUS T6 INCREASE
DLTIHS WITHOUT PAY.
left ted rssss zxiaza wiee.I
Washington, July 13. Because
postmasters aro slow about asking
tho establishment of postal banks,
the bank advisory board will decides
which oltles shaU have these banks
without aTtlng for roQUeste,
Postmaster General Hitchcock
stated that San Francisco will bo one
of tho cities In which a bank will be
"We expected many more requests
for postal savings banks than Jiave"
coma In," said Hitchcock. "This,
however, Is not surprising. Post
masters naturally do not want to do
more work without pay, and postal
banks would entail much additional
, WANTS MATCH
confident that Tftg Jim will re-enter
"Jeffries was rot right on the
Fourth," said Tox, "and I feel sure
that should ho meet Johnson again
his showing will bp much better. Al
though I have no positive assurance
from Jolt that ho will fight, some
thing tells me that he wants anoth
er crack at bis conquprer. In fact,
I feel so sure of It that I have found
a battlo ground, and it Is not at Re
no, nor is It at Jaurez, Mexico. It is
in tho United States, and is so lo
cated that it will have many people
to draw upon. I cannot name the
placo Just yet, as it might spoil my
ENORMOUS CHERRY TREE,
1 united miss leased wish.
Chicago, July 13. That Frank
Gotch, champion' heavyweight wrest
ler, Is In dead earnest In Ills desire to
meet Jack Johnson in tho prize ring,
' is tho statement of H. H. Frazee, the
man who planned tho world tour
James J. Jeffries was to mako, if he
won at Reno. Gotch Is at bis Iowa
farm, where Frazee has been in com
munication with him.
If tho pursd is made attractive,
tho big wrestler will go, to work to
get Into condition to fight, and will
practice boxing for a year. Gotch,
according to Frazee, thinks tho purse
should bo made fully as big as that
offered Johnson and Jeff.
Rickard to Confer With Jeff.
San Francisco, July 13. Tox
Rickard, happy, smiling and Jingling
some of the coin ho gathered out of
tho' Jeffries-Johnson light, has gouo
to Los Angeles, whero ho will have
n Walk with Jeffries over a return
match with tho negro. Rickard Isi
Ono Hundred Gallons 'St Roynl
Amies Grown on One Troo Near
U. G. Couoh claims a record that
should bo a topnotchor for crops on
a slnglo cherry tree. Ono hundred
gallons were harvosted from the
tree In addition to a spring brought
td tho Observor offlce, which had
nearly a gallon on It. Thmcrop ap
pears fictitious but a good man
makes tho, assertion and It can bo
banked upon. La Grando Observer.
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The Amntcur ClialTcur.
"How do you adjust your carbur
ottor, Biggins 7"
"I'll show you. You see that
"I carofully turn that. You see
that screw?" .
"I gently loosen that."
"You seo that ring?"
"I slowly tighten that."
"Yes, but what do tho nut and
tho scrow and' tho ring control?
What do they moan?"
"I don't know."
"Thon how can you get a good ad
justment?" "You didn't lot mo finish. After
going through tho manipulations
already cited I turn tho crank."
"Thon what happens?"
1 "Well, what is tho next movo?"
"I walk carofully Into tho tolfl"
phono room, gently take down tho
receiver and pleasantly summon aid
from tho factory." Cleveland Plain
CITIZEN OF STAYTON STANDS
INDICTED BY GRAND JURY
UPON CHARGE OF ADMINIS
TERING ARSENIC POISON TO
Al Hornbuckel, who was Indicted
by the last grand Jury on tho charge
of willfully administering poison to
a cpw, was arrested this morning by
Sheriff Mlnto, and his caso will
come up for trial during the present
term of court.
Hornbuckel Is charged with hav
ing committed tho offense on March
3, 1909, and tho animal killed Is
alleged to havo belonged to Andrew
Ferry. The subject was Investigated
by tho grand Jury last spring, but,
no action was taken beyond recom
mending that it bo further investi
gated by tho present grand Jury.
The Indictment as near as can be
learned la tho outgrowth of a neigh
borhood trouble near West Stayton.
For tho past seven or eight
months it seems, almals have died
mysteriously in the neighborhood,
and It was finally decided to learn
tho cause of their death and a veter
inary was called in to mako Investi
gations. His investigations disclosed
that tho animals had been poisoned
by arsenic and tho matter was then
laid boforo tho grand Jury.
COMMISSION niTS WELLS FARGO
A Careless Tailor.
Tho young woman sat plying tho
necdlo. A coat of her husband's
was In hor lap. As the husband 'ap
peared, fiho said, fretfully,
"It is too, .bad, tho caroless wav
tho tailor put this button on. This
is tho fifth time I've bnd to put it
on for you." Youth's Companion.
(Continued from Page 1.)
Rosoburg 140 115
Medford 250 195
Dallas,. 50 10
Woodburn GO 40
Sllverton GO 45
Oregon City. GO 40
Portland. GO 40
McMlnnvlllo 100 80
Yaquina 150 120
Second Company Reduced.
Tho Wells Fargo Express com
pany Is tho second express icompany
Id tho state to have Its rates re
duced. In September of last year
tho commission made a similar In
vestigation of thb express rates
charged by tho Pacific Express com
pany In tho state and the result was
a reduction of 15 per cent on tho
"merchandise" and "general spe
A Rare Statesman.
"I bolleve that Elihu Root is one
of tho greatest, if not the greatest,
men of his generation; he certainly
is the biggest man with whom I
havo ovor come in contact."
This declaration was made to tho
Washington Post by George LuiksTt
a portrait painter of New York, who
recently put tho finishing strokes to
a picturo of the New York senator,
which wili be hung In the Depart-,
ment of State, along with pictures
of other men who havo served tho
country as secretary of state.
"Character is written in every line
of Root's face In bis mouth, his
nose, and his ears. To has wonder
ful ears. And his eyes they look
intelligence and they pierce you
through and through. Root has
been attacked, but most unjustly, I
am sure. There is not a line in his
face that does not denote honesty.
He is tho most considerate man I
ever had to sit for me. I should say
he is a man who Is not talkative,
but who says something of conse
quence every time he opens his
nouth. 1 have painted men in ever-v
sph'ero of life, but this has been tho
rarest privilege that has come to mo.
I thoroughly believe If his life Is
spared to the nation for a while
longer that when he finally has gono
from this world statutes and monu
ments to his memory will be erected
In cities and parks throughout the
London, July 13. Premier As
qulth today has the fight of bis po
litical life awaiting htm unless he
knuckles under to tho demands of
tho militant suffragettes of England.
Tho Shackleton bill, giving the
franchise In. parliamentary elections
to women landowners, went through
second reading last night and was
then referred to tho committee of
the whole. It will not be consider
ed again this session unless Asqulth
approves. The Liberal leader is
known to bo hostile to the bill.
"If Asqulth does not yield to the
popular demand," said a leading
suffragette at headquarters today,
"wo will resort to such violence 03
will mako former 'outbreaks' seem
tame. - We want to obtain our rights
peaceably, but when we cannot get
the peaceably, wo make our de
Walter L. Claren, who is tho lead
ing champion of tho suffragettes .in
Commons, said that if the Shackle
ton bill bo defeated, "it will signal
ize an outbreak such as England
never saw before. Women and the
men who sympathize with their
cause will temporize no longer."
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t UNITED r2 SiSEO WIBB.
Now York, July 13. Chantecler
is soon to get much attention at tho
hands of American artists, who will
bring him across the Atlantic and
stage him within tho next few
months. John W. Alexander, ar
tist, and Maud Adams, actress,
sailed today for Europe to study
Chantecler with a view to staging
tho nlay in Now York. After a few
weeks of study In Paris Miss Adams
will confer with J. M. Barrle In
London to get additional 'Ideas.
Alexander will superintend tho "big
effects" of the play In New York.
The opening will probably bo some
lime in January.
Harvard Gets Indian Teacher.
Brought from India to instruct
Harvard professors, Dharmananda
KosambI has arrived thero and will
remain two years. KosambI Is said
to bo one of the most learned men in
all India. He comes from Poona,
and his expenses were defrayed from
the Warren fund of Harvard.
h A MODEL SEASIDE RESORT jj
SALEM People's nearest and most
Only 62 Miles via Sheridan, Dolph
and the Little Nestucca Road.
Improvments Being Made.
Hotel and Camp Accommodations.
Free Camp Grounds.
i: Lots now on sale. Prices, terms and infor- i:
mation on request
388 STATE STREET
That's what it has done for us.
With the help of the music loving public our business, which
commenced from a comparatively small beginning, has
developed to such proportions that it has necessitated us to
seek larger and more convenient quarterswe have there
fore acquired commodious premises on Liberty street where
we will move on or about August 1st. These premises
when fitted up will prove to be the most modern equipped
and best stocked music store in and around this vicinity of
the Willamette valley. Everything in the music instrument
line will be carried, including talking machines, all the popu
lar and standard grades. Also the celebrated Singer Sewing
Machine and supplies.
The business dealings that have assisted us to our prosperity
will be more than demonstrated in the future. . "
NOTE OUR NEW ADDRESS ' " : -
HALLBERG & COMPANY'S STORE
1 35 N. Liberty Street.
FRANK SAVAGE, Manager
Phone J 1 87, two Bells. 247 N. Commercial St.
Call in and see us about Neskowin :::