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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 1010.
YAKIMA MAN IS BURIED HE-
NEATII AVALANCHE OP ItOOK
AND KILLED BEFORE EYES
OF TERROR STIIIOICEN WIFE
Ynklma, Wash., Aug. 1. The
body of William Overman, who lost
bis life as the result of being
crushed by a cave-In whilo working
in a quarry, reached North Yakima
He w&oftught bojneath a mass of
rook which liO had loosened whilo nl
wtjrk in the Patten quarry near East
8U Louie yesterday and wbb crushed
to death before the oyos of his
horhqr strickon wife and two child
ren who woro unable to assist him
Hb aSkod- his family to warn him
if the overhanging rocks showed
signs of falling.
His son Earl saw tho mass trem
ble as his father worked beneath
and gave a cry of warning, but
Overman was caught beneath tho
two tons of debris. Ho was doing
extra work for immodlato dollveryl
of building stone.
Overman was 35 years of age.
LODGE TO BE
Tho vory highly known order ot
the ''Sons of Hormann" Hermnnn's
Soehne), with lodges all over tho
United States and Canada, will
otart a now lodge in Salem. The
now court will bo inaugurated by
the grand lodge of tho stato of Ore
gon, of tho name order next wednes
day evening, August 3, at 7:30
o'clock at the Hurst Hall. Tho inl
tlatlon foes for chartor members
will be only five dollars including
tho doctor's examination, whilo, af
tor tho charter is closed it will cost
now members about $25 to $40 to
Join the order. Any respectable
whlto man botween tho ago of 25
to 45 ears, understanding enough
Gorman to follow tho meetings and
of good hoalth, can bo a candidate.
Doctor Roy Byrd is tho ofllclal
physician for thi newlodgo and any
person'- answering tho above condi
tions can call at the doctor's ofllce
before" Sunday to apply for momber
chip.. mo German order of tho "Horr-manns-Soohne"
was founded In tho
city of New York in the year of
1840, and has grand lodgos In all
tho dlffor.e.nt atata of the country
nnd lias a rojjrvo fund of ovor two;
million dollps .Jn tho national
treasury whlifovgry, state Iodgo has
nn additional fund, of tholr owir
Tho ordejvpays a sick boneilt, $500
at the death of any member nnd
$100 contribution to thp funoral ox
ponso nt tho (loath of tho wifo of
nny member in good standing. The
Oregon lodges now In oxlstonco pay
n sick benefit ot $10 per week, ono
of thorn pnyjng only $8.00 por weok
and free doctor services.
JEAN WORMSBR, Organizer,
'COL. E. HOFER,
F. O. DEOKEBACH.
with paralysis, which threatens hor
life. Physicians woro puzzled by
tho case and woro unablo to give re
liof. They feared tho girl would dio
but yesterday she recovered tho uso
of her toes and today tho numbness
left her fingers, although sho is un
nblo to movo them. Sho is now
thought to havo a chanco of rccovoiy,
although sho is not out of danger.
Tho fall from tho "flying Dutch
man" occurred two weeks ago, when
tho little girl was frightened by a.
barking dog. Her back struck tho
corner of a box. Tho child cried con
stantly, complaining of a sharp pain
In tho bruised spot. Gradually tho
pain diminished, and only a black and
blue spot remained to remind hor of
A weok after tho fall sho was
ptrickon with paralysis, which ex
tended tho entire length ot her body,
nnd partially left her yesterday ns
mysteriously as it came.
A BIG TIM
John F. Cosgrovo, supreme grand
chief ranger of tho Foresters of
America, together with officers of the
Portland court, will pay a visit to tho
local court Friday evening, and ex
tensive preparations are being made
by tho members of the local lodge for
a celebration of tho event.
Mr. Cosgrovo's headquarters are. in
New York, and ho is now making a
visit of tho various courts of the or
der in tho West. The local court has
rented tho Holman hall for tho occa
sion, and a program of music and
speeches has been arranged for. In
addition to an address by Mr. Cos
grovo, thero will also bo addresses
made by the officers of tho Portland
FORMER SHERIFF OF THIS COUN
TY AND AN ACTIVE ItEPUULI
CAN POLITICIAN, IS APPOINT.
J3D RALIFF OF FEDERAL COURT
court. Tho meeting will bo nn open
one, and a general invitation is ex
tended by tho order to the public to
The Australian National Antlicni.
In tho story of tho Jublloo cele
brations of the stato of Queensland,
it Is recorded as a beautiful offect
that after tho singing of "God Save
the King" tho school children gavo
thrco verses of the Australian Na
tional Anthem," written by J. Brun-
What can Thy children bring.
What save tho voice to sing
"All things are Thlno"? v
What to Thy throno convoy?
What save tho words to pray
"God bless our land always,
This land of Thine"? .
Oh, with Thy mighty hand
Guard Thau tho motherland;
She, too, 1b Thine.
Lead her whero honor lies,
Wo beneath othor skies
Still clinging daughterwise,
Hers, yet all Thine.
Britons of ov'ry creed
Teuton and Celt agreed,
Let us be Thine.
One in all noblo fame,
Onward in Freedom's namc,N
Upward in Thine!
Calkins Out for Stato Senator.
Eugene, Or., Aug. 1. W. V.
'Calkins, a mombor of tho last House
of Representatives from Lano coun
ty," annquncod todoy that ho will be
m candidate in tho. Republican pri
maries for tho nomlnntlou for State
Senator from Lane county. I, H.
Bingham, who roprpsontod Lane
county In tho sonnto in 1907 and
1D09, will also bo a candldato for
Hoy Drnv.iit'd In Umpqiin.
Rosflburg, Or., AUB Ross
Rogers, 14 years, of. ngji, whb,
drowned whilo swimming tn'tho Um-
pqua river about two miles wost of
thoclty, shortly after 4 o'clock this
According to Marlon Parsons,
mossongor boy, who was tho only
oyo-wltnoss to tho tragody, Rogors
wan swimming In doop water when,
wltlfput ovon so muoh hb calling for
holp. ho sank to tho bottom and
never come up.
Parsons bollovee that his compan
ion was sotzad with cramps iuag.
much an ho apparently mndo no
tritftle to stiv hliusalf. Lat to
night tho body had not been rocov
orod. Rogers resided with his par
ants at Sutherlln, 12 miles north,
nnd oame to this olty Friday to visit
If the body U recovered, it will b
taken to Sutherlln for burial. To
day drowning is the fifth to occur
In Qouglu county this summer.
- John Knight, formerly sheriff ot
this county, but recently omployed at
tho capitol, has been appointed to tho
position of bnillff for tho United
States district court at Portland, and
assumed his duties this morning. He
Is succeeded at tho stato houso by
Henry HUdobrand. f
REQUSITION IS ISSUED
FOR ALLEGED EMBEZZLER
A requisition was Issued today by
Acting Governor Bowerman upon the
governor of California for tho roturn
to this stato of Fred McDonald, who
Is wanted at Glondalo on tho charge
Tho amount alleged to have boon
ombozzled Is $68. After tho commis
sion of tho crimo McDonald lied to
San Francisco, with nnothor man's
wlfo, and tho two woro arrested at
that city recently by tho police. Olo
H. Martinson has been designated as
tho ocer to bring him back to Glen
Understanding nnd Mediocrity.
A writor In tho Engineering Maga
zine says that tho promised Indus
trial supremacy of tho Japanese lies
in tho fact that wo nro dragging
along under a typo 'of organization
thnt makes high efficiency impossi
ble, and thoy are not; bocauso wo
havo not oven nwakonod, nnd thoy
hnvo, to the fact that principles ap-
pllod by mediocre men are more
poworful for good than tho spas
modic floundering of usually great
(Continued from Page 1.)
benefit of tho public school system of
Of this total of approximately six
millions of dollars, credited to the
school fund principal today, $5,000,
000 Is invested In first mortgage
loans on lands within tho stato of
0-egjr.; $700,000 in certificates of
sale ci school land, and tho small
working bnlanco is being loaned out
to applicants on first mortgage
loans. There is practically no do
linqueiicy in tho matter of interest
payments, all patrons of tho fund be
lng required to pay Interest prompt
ly as It accrues.
Tho accured interest of $329,744.-
64 Is apportioned among tho several
counties of tho stato as follows
Clatsop . .
Columbia . .
Crook . . . :
Douglas 5,553 .
Kidney Troubles Attack Salem Mm
nnd Women, Old nnd Young.
Kidney Ills solzo young and old.
Como quickly with Httlo warning.
Chlldron suffor in tholr early
Can't control tho kldnoy secre
tions. . t ' -
Girls aro languid, nervous, suitor
Women worry, can't do dally work.
Mon havo lamo nnd aching backs.
Tho euro for man, womon or childi
Is to euro tho causo the kidneys.
Curo all form of kldnoy suffering.
Snlom testimony proves It.
E. Woods, 22 North Fifth strcot,
Salem, Oro., says: "It gives mo
ploasuro to recommend Doan's Kid
ney Pills. Although I havo never
usod them mysolf, thoy hnvo boon
takon by other membors of my fnmi
ly for kidney and bladder troublo
with good results."
For salo by all dealers.. Prico 50
conts. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
Now York, solo ogonts for tho Unltod
Remember the namo Doan's
ami tako no othec, 4
Whon tho digestion Is all right, tho
notion ot tho bowols regular, thero Is
a natural craving nnd relish for food.
Whon this is lacking you may bo suro
that you need n doso of Chambor
Iain's Stomach and Llvor Tablets.
Thoy strengthen tho digestive organs.
Improve tho appetite ami rogulato
tho bowols. Sold by all dealers.
Rrulso Causes PnralyHis.
Eugene, Aug. 1. Nearly Vyo
woeks ago 7-ywr-old Lydla Levoe
sustained a bruise on her back from
a fall from a "flying Dutchman," op
yareutly rocovorod, then was stricken
Soldiers'- 'IWmIIcs AwFouml,
Lawrence, K.aii July 31. Tho
hodU. QM'clvTvtoIarvoy Cox, Jm
nigln Witif Lludsay Sfdoll. Com
pany L, Third BatalHon. United
StatW ISHgtt'ejVt, who were drowned
in the KtuiMUi rtvor here yesterday,
were found floating in the stream
. . . ,
Took All Ills Money.
Often all a man earns goes to dor
torn or for niMillrinei, to cure a stom
ach, or kidnytroulle that Dr.
SUu' New Life Pllla would qulokly
ouie ut alight cost. Beet for dyspep
sia. Indlgeatlon, biliousness, const!
patlou, Jaundice, malaria and debili
ty. 8Bc at J. C. Perry's.
Jackson . . .
Josophlne . .
Klamath . .
Lincoln. . .
Malheur . . .
Marlon . .. .
Morrow . . .
Sherman . . .
Tillamook . .
Umatilla . .
Wallowa . . .
Wheeler . . ,
. . 6,499.
. . 3,040.
. . 2,390. ,
. . 1,061. ,
, . 1,728. .
.. 6,318. .
, . 5,277. .
. . 2,803. .
, . 3,505. .
. 6.074. 8S
If hero bo some woakor ono,
Glvo mo strength to help him on;
If a blinder soul thqro bo,
Lot mo guide him -noaror Thee.
If Ho havo mado us sensible nf
His Justice- by His reproof; ot His
patlonco by His forbearance; of His
morcy by His forglvonoss; of Ills
holiness by tho snnctlflcnllon of our
honrts through His Spirit, wo hnvo
a grounded knowledge of God. Th'a
Is oxporlonco. that speculation; this
Is onpoyment, thnt roport. In short
this Is undenlnblo ovldonco, with
tho realities of religion, and will
stand all winds nnd weathors. Wil
When Strauss Composes.
Richard Strauss, who is finishing
a new opera, "Der Rosencavalier," at
his cottage at Garmisch, Bavaria, has
given an interviewer some interest
ing accounts of his manner of work
ing, says the Now York Sunday Re
view. "I nm always composing," he
said, "walking or driving, eating or
drinking, at home or abroad in rail
way cars and crowded hotel rooms,
my sketchbook nevor leaves mo, and
as soon as I find a motif I Jot it
"The Ideas. I Jot down are, of
course, only sketches to be worked
out later. Before I Improvise even
the smallest sketch for an opera I al
low tho toxt to permeate my thoughts
and mature in me -for at least six
months, -so that the situation and
characters may be thoroughly as
similated. Then only do I let tho
musical thought enter. At that tlmo
tho sub-sketches become sketches.
Thoy aro copied out, worked out, ar
ranged for tho, piano and rearranged
as often .as four times. That Is the
hard part of tho work; the part
scores, the symphonic cblorlng which
follows, aro my recreation. The
score 'I write in my study straight
away without troublo working at It
12 hours on end"
r UNITED rSESTI LE1BBD WinE.l
Ottawa, Ont., Aug. 1. Balked by
his life long ambition to make a
.voyage to tho north polo, Captain
Bernior, who sailed for tho polar re
glons from Quebec a few days ago
on the government steamer Arctic,
under sealed orders has evidently
been placated by a commission from
the Canadian government to essay
tho northwest passage.
It was Commandor Robert Mc
Clure, of H. M. S. Investigator, who,
In 1854, sailing eastward from Bell
ring Straits, reached tho barrier at
Banks Island. There the crew aban
doned tho ship and, walking over
the Ice to Berry Island, mado tho
Northwest passage after a fashion.
Dernier has' hopes of being able to
work the steamer Arctic through
this ice blockade.
Whether or not, howovor, Bernior
succeeds In forcing the Northwest
passage, his lntructions are to plant
the British flag and assort Canadian
sovereignty over Arctic lands that he
may visit In the course of his expe
Positive Guarantee Stands i:
I at the Back of Every pair of f
"HOLE-PROOF' Socks Sold f
:: We have just received a large ship- f
ment of Ladies' Holeproof Hose, six i
pairs, guaranteed to wear six months
I $2.00 and $3.00, or 35c and 50c pair j;
I Men's Socks, 25c a pair, or six pairs
for $1.50, guaranteed for six months ::
I Boys' and Girls' Stockings, 35c a f
I pair, or $2.00 for six pairs, guaran- t
teed for six months
Souvenir of Colonial Boston.
New Englanjvlsitors to the city of
St. John, N. 6., usually visit Trinity
church, a large and handsome struc
ture of stone, within which they find
a relic which at onco proves of much
historic interest to them. It is tho
British coat of' arms, elaborately
carved upon a single block of wood
about three feet squaro, and deco
rated In the proper colors and glid
ing. It hangs over tho central door
way, directly under a whito marblo
bust o'f Queen Victoria. The Ameri
can interest in the coat of rrms cen
ters In tho fact that It was onco a
decoration of the old Stato House
Boston; and was taken away by the
loyalists, who fled from tho city
whon tho success of tho American I
causo was assured. Thcso loyal ad
herents of George III., who could not
ondure the prospect of living in u
free republic, were the real founders
of the city of St. Jphn, although u
settlement had existed on tho spot
sinco 1635. To tho number of sev
eral thousand!) they sailed in many
ships from Boston and tho neighbor
ing ports in 1783, and the coat ot
arms was one of tho most cherished
treasures which they took with them.
It "wis first taken to Halifax, and
then to St. John, whero, sinco 1784,
It has occupied a placo of honor in
fivo successive church edifices.
Tho new metal filament lamps are
Hot nearly so fragile as the earlier
Try n Journal Want Ad.
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see whon tho tlmo is up, and
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bill will be mudo for the time
tho papor comos aftor explra-
Mon ot last payment.
KlkHAj . OVER OO YEARS'
1mE P.k. Ilinwa
TO THE PUBLIC
Wo tako pleasure In thanking you
for your patronage.
Wo believe everything you buy
horo will glvo you entire satisfaction.
If there is anything wrong we
stand In readiness at any and all
times to choorfully rectify same.
Wo want your trade eololy upon
tho merits of our goods.
You will profit ty trading horo,
as thoro Is no equal In prico or qual
ity. 173 South Commercial. Phone
J. HANSEN, Proprietor
Anrouo sendtna ft tkelrh and detcrtttlon my
quU'Klf tut'ritttt mr it'tm'U ireownwn
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X GRAIN, HAY, FEED, FLOUR,
J. V. JONES, Malinger.
Phone Main 008.
18211 Stato Street.
Never was thero a richer beauty
in July fields than this year makes
New England a "paradise enow.'
Tho whole gamut of exultant green Is
still victorious over the strident yel
lowing tones of midsummer. The
sumac is massive In a fairly spring
time freshness, nl' set with the rubies
and garnets of Its jeweled spear
heads. Tho grass Is everywhere lush
and tall, translucent where the sun
strikes through. Nothing looks sere,
Though the ripening of fruit appears
hero and there, everything Is still
burgeoning and blowing as if from
exhaustiess sources. TUo reeiis in a
marshy meadow aro as sharply green
as their edges are sword-like, yet
there are tho warm brown cat-tails
among them and the tops of a low
Her 3ort filing off a most exquisite
tangle of brown filaments strung
with tiniest brown seeds the daiu
tiest member of this classic family
who claim to have been the earliest
of music makers.
Rare Arethusa stands rose-liuert,
slender and sought for in occasional,
groups where the fences cross "t
marshy patch. One may almost caU
them hedgerows In Now England,
after old England, fol the thick tan
gle of common meadow things th.it
luxuriates along the fences makes
truly a hedge and more variegation
and ever changing interest than the
formal man-made sort. They are lit
tle sportive garden patches run wild,
not In any orderly fashion of align
ment, either, but mnsslng at certain
points, scattering sparsely elsewhere,
wandering, bending, as If the old-
time fences of New England like the
streets of Boston followed some
easily ambling cow path along the
line of least resistance
From tho train as one flashes back
to the city aftor a happy week-end
one may watch the changing flora of
tho railroad's right of way. The
chicory Is much In evidence, Dorches
ter way and it breaks liko a bluo tide
ovor tho bare reaches of the railway
lands whore not even grass will grow.
Tho blue, starry-oyod flower has tho
most fragile of blossoms, daintily,
fringed, poised wlnk-llke along tho
clumsy stems. If It Is a weed and a
pest In the farmers' eyes thoro Is no
moro exotic n blossom anywhere
among tho wildings. It is strange
how rarely nature gives us bluo flow
ers, purely, truly blue, Ono wouM
think that the flowers who look
straight up to the sky. would take on
the skyey color. Tho blue of the
chicory Is a more truly corulean hue
than one recalls In other flowers.
Even the gentian mantles with pur
ple, and if tho humble chicory wore
far to seek one Is certain that Its
delicate beauty would be as far
Tho pink-purple of the milkweed
Is also much in ovldonco now, though
Bomo of Its massed flowers aro white.
Tho wildToses persist. They were
tho wondor of Juno, fairly rioting
everywhere. Tho usually so modest
swootbrlar came boldly to public no
tice, roaohlng eagerly out of every
possible nook nnd corner, hanging
forwardly, albeit with deeper blushos,
over the gulleys whero tho train
scatters Us hopeloss showorlng of
cinder seed from which now and
again, howovor, tho flame flowers
The wild lilies lurk in the wood
lnnd Jungles, a flashing brlghtnoss
ns wo paw. They aro vory deep
oolored this year, red rather than
qwngo. uno would like to name
j them otherwlM for the word Illy
stand for triumphant whlteneei,
1 whether in the humble bells ot thef
valley flower or the creamy gorgeoui-j
' nets of tbe call Illy. 1
One Is wandering away Into the ;
! tidy garden paths now, iet with the ;
tall sheen ot day Hllea. Hut hs;
gardens are not always far away1
! from the tllroad's townward flight, j
The Original Guaranteed Hose, at
G.W. Johnson &. Co
141 Commercial St. Phone 47
as one was reminded but now by a Ball Game Ends In Riot,
patch of brilliant purplo on tho steep Honolulu, July 31. Rioting
slope of a grass-lined cut. It must broke out Saturday at the baseball
have been an escape from a garden, game In which the University of
as no such deeply purplo, low-grow- j Waseda team of Japan -was defeated
lng wild flower comes to mind. Pas3- by a local Chinese aggregation 1 to
lng again ore may perhaps identify
France Decorates Pnulhnn.
Paris, July 31. Louis Paulhau.
the French aviator has bqen decor
ated with the legion of honor.
The Portuguese and Japanese fans
began fighting and bottle throwing
and a general mlxup was imminent
when tho police arrived. Three
leaders of the Japanese were arrested.
HERE ARE SOME BARGAINS
No. 133 10 acres 4 miles north, 5-room house and barn, all
kinds of small fruit 16 apple trees. From this tract $445 has been
sold up to date. Price $4000.
No. 130 18 acres, 6 in cultivation, small houso and barn, balance
In tlmbor and pasture. Price $1500; 6 miles south of city.
No. 113 A fine houso and 2 lots in Englewood block from
car line. This Is a snap. Price- $2000.
No. 116 40 acres, i miles from city, all in cultivation, 1 aero old
orchard, 7-ropm houso, good bfrn, other buildings. Prico $6500.
GEO. O. SAVAGE
135 S. Commercial Street.
SPEND THE SUMMER
Newport, Yaquina Bay
The Only Beach in the Pacific Northwest
Where tho pretty Water Agates, Moss Agates, Moon
stones, Carnellans and Rock Oysters can bo fouad.
Outdoor Sports of All Kinds
Including hunting, fishing, digging rock oysters, boat
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Pure mountain water and tho best food at low prices.
Fresh crabs, clams, oysters, fish and vegetables of all
kinds dally. Ideal camping grounds, with strict sanitary
regulations, at nominal cost.
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from all points in Oregon,
Washington and Iduho on sale
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from S. P. points, Portland
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west. Going on Saturday or
Sunday, and for return Sunday
A Sunday Excursion Rate of
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copy of our beautiful illustrated booklet, "Outings In Oregon,' or
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General "Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.