VMS Lenten Dinner - Church of St. John of Damascus

THE
NOTED MINES SOLD
his teachings. Resolutions were adopted
uy mo siuaents manning him for his spetiai icciures ax me college.
Mountainview Company
Large Purchaser.
Xeiv Hotel for Forest Grove.
FOREST GROVE. Or.. Feb.
Henry Vllllger, of San Francisco,
purchased yesterday of Mrs. A. T. Smith.
of this place, a site near the Pacific Coast
condensed Milk Factory, near tho depot
here, where he will commence tho building of a ?6000 three-stor- y
hotel, and a
large grocery store, next April.
RICHEST
ORE
IN
Is
COMMERCE OF RIVERS.
Great 7rafflc on Interior Water- irays of Xntlon.
JOSEPHINE
MORNING
OREGONIAN,
MONDAY.
FEBRUARY
RECORD OF THE OREGON LEGISLATURE
B. B. 7, by Eveek Relatlre to aupplemental articles of Incorporation.
B. B. 14. by Mayi-4asi- log
blcjcln with hones In the law to punish larceny.
8. B. 21, by Hunt Boys' and Girls' Aid Society to take truants.
by
Sweek
S. B. 84.
Method of provlnc existence of fortlcn corporation.
B. B. 41 To permit state fair board to control Its own prlntlnr.
B. B.
. by Crolsan To regulate mutual Insurance companies.
B. B. 67. by Myers To deflne the rights of riparian owner-- .
,
S. B. 70. by Hunt Relative to referendum for Lewis and Clarkpalr.
B. B. 71. by IVehrunc-F- or
creation of State Board of Veterinary Examiner.
B. B. 75. by Daly Iltjatlve to examination of commercial fertilizers.
S. B. 77. by Pierce To amend school law- - relative to annual tax levy.
S. B. 73. by Daly Schools to be kept open fcur months each year. (Defeated tn
Mouse.)
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FOR THE PUBLIC HEALTH
. .in mis luiiu ui legislation, mey
honorable legislators, with similar statis.w
tics, but I will not take any more or your should be honored ror their humanitarian-Istime than to recall your attention to the
and unselfishness. Inasmuch as It will
recent history ot Havana. AVhen our Gov- greatly reduce the dissemination ot the
n
ernment took charge or that
causes or sickness, and therefore lessen
yet beautiful city It was the hotbed or the physician's practice to that extent.
yellow fever, malignant malarial fevers
"I trust, therefore. Mr. Speaker and genand consumption and the usual contagious tlemen, that this measure
appeal to
diseases of children.
alt that Is tn you of human quality, and
"The department, stimulated by the that you will not record a single vote adknowledge and results obtained elsewhere verse to It, but that you will give it your
along these lines, appointed a Health Of- earnest and hearty support for the proficer. In supreme charge or all matters tection or the health and lives or your
pertaining to the health or the people. people."
His executive powers were unlimited, and
In answer to a question rrom Mr.
note the result or his two years' work. Banks, "ir such results can be accomYellow rever has been wholly annihilated,
plished with so small an appropriation,
malignant tevers greatly reduced. The might it not bo better that
it be larger,
contagious diseases or children were re- and that the scope of Its operation
be thus
duced to about the same rate that they Increased?" it was answered that, while
are in Michigan and Massachusetts, and. this ia true, and that while ir we were to
most astounding or all. consumption has devote as much money and energy to combeen reduced more than SO per cent. The bating communicable diseases as we do
Health OfTicer declares that ir the present to the education orour children, the whole
methods are continued for a rew years family or communicable diseases
that most drcadrul or all diseases to com- be annihilated. Yet these matters would
would
bat consumption will be wholly annihi- necessarily b evolutionary and gradual
in
lated.
their development, and it Is to be hoped
"Two words wllexpress all that need be that the day will come when our (people
done to bring about these marvelous
will not be obliged to breathe the disease
isolation and disinfection.
But as germs on tho street, in the factories and
the conviction and punishment ot crimi- In our schools, all of which is preventable
nals requires all the executive and police by the proper legislation, supported by the
machinery or the state, so the isolation necessary appropriations. To adrpt these
nnd disinfection or diseases requires or- methods, sanitary isolation would have
ganized supervision and executive control be established and tho most absolute su-to
by the state. These nre accomplished In a pervision over the dissemination of germs
marked yet Inexpensive degree by the or dlsaese maintained, all or which we are
measure here proposed.
not yet prepared to undertake.
"I wish also. Mr. Speaker and gentlemen, to call your attention to tho
Spunked With (irent KeKulnrlty.
ract that a great deal or good will
St Paul Pioneer Press.
result rrom this measure by the educaFirteen spanklncs an hour were the
tion or the people. When a district Is punishment
Pike baby received rrom
threatened with an Infectious disease or Its mother, the
according to testimony in
any sort, the Health Oftlcer floods that Judge
C.iytraus'
court today Previously
district with pamphlets of instructions witnesses had testified
that the rather had
how to prevent the spread of. the disease; been liberal In
his
spankings. .The baby
especially Is this method resorted to in was
pres-ennot
to
corroborate
the stories.
the schools.
It was after the hearing ot the suit
"I wish also, Mr. Speaker and gentle- brought
by
Itutliven V.'. Pike, who Is
men, to correct an Impression that 'Some
of our honorable legislators seem to en- seeking a dlvorco rrom his wife, was resumed,
that
the evidence regarding- the
tertain that there are any selfish motives spankings came
out. Mrs. Pike was on
on the part of the medical profession In
urging and strenuously promoting this the stand, but her testimony was Interrupted
by Dr. Catherine B. Blrsch. who
Fort of legislation.
While this measure
calls ror an appropriation or
It will told how she had seen the mother whip
the
child
on numerous occasions. Previprovide tor a salary or perhaps less than
thl Mrs. Fogel. who wa-- j at on
ir
that amount ror one physician, ous toemployed
by the Pikes; iaid that
who must devote his entire time to the time
duties or thl3 office, while the rest or the she had seen Mrs. Pike whip the child as
15
often as
times an hour. "She whipl.:
commission must serve without compen
sation. So arduous and unpleasant will him at meals, after meats and lwfore he
be the duties or this office that I assure went to sleep, and on his awakening, regyou that no medical member ot this Legularly." the witness said. Mrs, Pike deislature will seek or accept this position. nied all this, saying that the worst sho
or
attributing selfish motives to ever did was to lock the child In tho
Instead
the members or the profession In connec- - closet.
m
plague-stricke-
Billa Passed by thb Senate.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
5. B. SO. by Smith, of Umatilla To amend liquor license law.
inston, Feb. 13. Statistical returns of do.
6. B. W. by
Third Judicial District Circuit Judgeship act.
rmetlc trade movement on rivets and
B. B. SS, by McGinn To raise to IS years sees of person for Reform School.
6. B. 01. by Kuykendalt To amend the clerkship law
canals In the United States have been
require hair brands on cattle
mlt.h "i UmatlUa-- To
S' 5" iS" .Lr s"k-Tmade the subject of monthly resorts In
oTo prohibit construction of
flshwheel la Necanicum River.
i'S" S" ;,hL y
the Summary of the Internal Commerce,
Vyla' ur, tlx vlea lor
libraries In cltlfs.
Vy
''nion-T- o extend primary election law to cities
of 1000.
Issued bv the Treasury Bureau of Statls
I' V Vfi
10S. by Mulkey To tlx tax.on a bale of hopst
ties for the year 1902. A large proportion
g- To amind code relatlre to exemptions from execution.
2n by Fulton
suspension bridge at Oregon City.
i'yy
'- 5'
this Information was gathered from the
GRANT'S PASS. Or.. Feh.
reapiwrtlon the state tn Legislative districts.
rRne.nl 1 of
i:eler ToToprohibit
harbor
B. B. 123. by Bweek
The noted
n
business on Sunday,
certain
mine of engineers In charge of river and
authorise construction of sewers
biT Sw'f.l'-- To
"VVolf Creek district. Northern Josephine
improvements under the ausplcw of the
at St. Helens.
c V,'
;u iie me wacners- - diplomas.
S" tT 733' C'
County, has been purchased of Scribner War Department.
In other cases state
by
Mulkey
128.
For constitutional amendment placing State Printer oa
,
xicnaerson uy the Mountainview
authorities and transpo ration companies
S. B. 135, by Mulkey To amend law as to Implied blaa.
Company, ot which v. E. nim.i-i- i
have furnished data from which the re
,flx,Uar- - of State ITlnter at 13300 after 1900.
77 !",r-- T?
is manager, and which owns extensive sults
I'I' W U?'
10 apportionment
tabulated.
have
been
fi- - .b5 M!,n,I.,'.u,.,Ve
of state taxes.
copper interests in the Waldo district or
lve
to state taiea in Union and Baktr Counties.
Among the streams of the United States,
'V
!'
Josephine. The consideration is not yet the
hoBK
P"""'8
b
amendment for cltlen.
5r
I' 152.
iii' by McUlnn To provide a great seal for' the
traffic on the Monongahela River id
public, but it Is reported to be a large potulbly
state.
the hcavlfirt. owing to the promiProhibit sale of atate land where state ba.i no tttle.
iby S.teiwer- -T
Samount.
VroUie for payment of costs In cses of appeal.
nence or the coal trade. For tho 13 months
iN,nrJIn-- To
I'
n
The
provide
mines are the ending with December, 1993, the total coal
for the examination of plumbers.
i- U; ,.jS'
to make monthly
'"Yf'-bheri- ns
richest
quartz diggings In the traffic passing through Lock No. 3, in
ttlemnu with Treasurer.
I'
to dUerslon of water.
S' K" IP: S1 Halyr'To.am'n.'1 ,aw
eiaie. iney have produced as much as addition
In
B.
by
Relating
to
quantity
the
b.
mined
McGinn
fitst
the
to Incorporation of cemeteries
1200 and J300 to the pan. They have been
i'ierce-- To
aniend Hw reUtlve to Irrigation districts.
poolt, was reported as amountI' Is- -- i"i' by
worked In a desultory way by the owners and second
hy Dimmlck-lteiulr- lnc
District Attorney to give free advice to school
to 9,109,003 tons. This may be com
districts.
tor several seasons past, and have pro- ing
pared with the total amount of coal ship
S. 11. 1S3. by Smith of Umatilla For transportation of Insane patients by asyduced handsomely.
They consist of a ped from
lum
porta
on
attendants.
the Great
great dyke or lode from 63 to 12i) feet in Lakes to domestic
B. 1M. by
Multnomah County expenditures to amount of
domestic ports during the
width and extending for a mile or more year 1903. other
9,C32.SG6 net tons.
amounting
to
crea,e ?!kr County as Eighth Judicial DIMrlct.
J?5- ?v Jc?- -I
along the mountain side above Wolf The total Monongahela freight movement,
o' V:
n'on and Wallowa as Tenth Judicial District
X
S' V? VX; by Jf04
Creek. The owners have put In a system in both directions, reached a grand
May To require Judrea to render
total
S' B.
within ftj days,
of sluices, and more recently an ar- - or S.GC.6S3 tons In IPC!
by I'll rce Relative to apiortlonment of decisions
ItC!' i"r
state taxes
rastra, and by this method dug out and
iS1' KV.Ei?'i!LiM?.ltnon,lhTo, "euIte "1 of explosives to children.
point
or
The
largest
on
recorded
traffic
County Assessors tour years.
washed a large quantity of the soft, rich the Ohio, artcr leaving Pittsburg. I
I' ,IH,4' J"r,i7,"ZM,Wnff
Miller To make w',m.f
that
selection of Roadmaster
optional with County
jJjB-$rock. The only development done was the of Davis Island Dam, a
distance
be
short
finking of a
on
1B8, by
tho more low Pittsburg. This dam. both in con
shaft
and
constitutional amendments at bead of
ballot.""
promising part of the property.
The
and in operation, is one of the
S- - 12?. bi' P.lcreTTo "S"1415 Incorporation of church or religious societies.
owners had no desire to waste time and struction
country's noteworthy achievements ot en
by 3u"clary eommlttee-Relatl- ng
.B- to parties to actions.
energy In digging shafts and driving tun- gineering
f'
of Wasco County school
b,y John'ton-Sala- ry
&
It affords the coal and
nels when they could find plenty of rich Iron tradetalent.
B. J2,, by WllUrr.son-- To
tlx
salaries
County
of
Crook
or
or
portion
country
this
the
incorporation act: Bourne, Dutur. Werton. Independence, onicers.
ore on the surface.
The soft quartz
rendletoa.
navigation on which to accuv
crumbled and worked up easily when ulate
the products or tho mines and In
Bill Pasacd by the House.
thrown into the conduits of running dustries
floated down the Ohio River
water. At intervals the conduits widened wheneverto abesufficient
H. B. 5, by Davey To provide four terras of court In Third District.
depth or water is
to broad, still water boxes, and it was In available.
H. B. 14 (substitute) To create offlce of Labor Commissioner.
tonnage
passing
The
thl?
total
these that the ore was worked and the point during 1902, as reported by
H. B. IS (substitute) To punish bribery In political conventions.
engl
the
gold washed out. Few, if any, quartz
H. B. 22, by Reed To amend County Commissioners act In Multnomah.
The
propositions have been found that were neer In orcharge, was 3.S72.953 tons.
H. B. 21, by Reed Relating to provlnc t otllclal documents.
the largest business was July
sufficiently rich to be worked as is the month 1.133,990
11. B. 27, by Rted To permit Pert of Portland to fund Its Indebtedness.
when
tons were shipped.
II. B. 2C, by Nottingham To protect bird.
Anotner point at which traffic on the
Mr. Olmstead, the manager of the pur
la gauged is at Louisville, Ky. .Here
H. B. 37, by Murphy For a census of school children of the state.
chasing company, states that a number Ohio
RU-e- r
Ohio
the
H. B. 39, by Ranks To regulate and limit the hours of female employment.
trade passes either through
of prominent California mining men will the locks of the
Louisville and Portland
H. B. 65. by Nottingham Relating to commitments to Reform School.
be Interested with him in this mine, and
over
or
Canal,
the
of
Ohio,
Falls
the
in
H. B. S3, by Orton Form of petitions, electors, etc.. under Initiative and referthat they will thoroughly develop it for cafe the water Is of sufficient depth; so
endum.
the Installation of a big plant and equip that the movement or
these two channels
11. B. CS, by Cobb To raise salary of Multnomah County Superintendent.
znent.
gives tho total traffic at this point ror a
by jyhealdon-- To
Jf- authorize The Dalles to Isuie new water bonds.
W
given period. For the 13 months ending
H. B. 01, by Burgess To crtate Stockman County. (Defeated in
Senate.)- Mixes aiie sold.
with December. 1902, the traffic through
ReguUting Deputy Disttlct Attorneyship of Sixth
b.y I'hlp
VlBS
ca
tho
dma,ie
canal
1.231.422 tons, and
amounted
to
lta"
"slng
from deiSl
Free-MUtncna"
Boy
Illch,
People
L
Eastern
(Defeated
)
that over the Falls or the Ohio to 7C3.531
H. B. 113, by Jones of Lincoln For a summer normal school at JfewDOrt.
lnc Veins, anil AVI 11 Ilnlld Mill.
tons, making a grand total or L997.973
H. B. 117. by Burleigh Relating to pay ot Wallona County onictata.
GRANT'S PASS, Or., Feb. 15. Upon the ions.
H. B. 14C, by Bailey To prevent blacklisting of employes.
advice and report of Walter De Varlla.
In
employes. (Defeated A Sen-e- d
Next In Importance to tho traffic of th
ateV' U" 17' by Balie' To 'rev,nt
n
mining engineer of this Monongahela and phlo Rivers Is that or
the
employes
guarantee
and
Protect
BalltTTo
their rights. (Defeat.
city, the old and famous Opp mines, near tho Great Kanawha River, consisting priin Sena4tOby
Jacksonville, have been purchased by a marily or coal nnd lumber.
IL B. 162, by Kay Relative to salaries of Marlon County odcers.
Durlnir
the
H. B. 182. by Gault To regulate fees of County Clerks.
company of Eastern capitalists. The con
laic me total tonnage moved through
H. B. 193. by Murphy For relocating county seat of Union County.
sideration is 150.000. Just who tho Dur- lmck.
on this stream was 977,101
li
H. B. 187, by Miles To regulate use of
streams.
chasers are has not yet been ascertained, ions.
H. B. 201. by Rurgsa For a public record of brands on horacs and cattle
xsext in Importance
Is
Green
11. B. aw, by Shelley To extend Australian ballot to cities of 2ooo or over
but it 4s known that the exchange has River, Ky.. through Lock No. L of which
H. B. 203. by Davey To increase. compensation of Superintendent of Public In.
been made, and that the new owners have CM torn passed. The B e- Sandv Ttlvcr
tructlon.
already begun improving anu developing in the same locality. 13 credited with si.
rovlde or ,n
of Supreme Court opinion.
H :?i' J7.Ky"T?
tne properties,
large sum or money Ml tons passing Lock No. 1. The Little
218. by LaFollett To repeal scalp bounty act.
H.
will be expended in opening up and equip
11. B. 223, by Murphy To raise salary of Union Counir "rre.utiir.i- Kanawha had a total frelcht tnnnm-- o nf
11. 11. 220. by Orton To extend length of time for primary elections'.
ping the mines properly. Tho ledges will 69,706 tons ror tho same period. The Des
232. by Hod son To permit Portland to regulate rock Quarries.
be thoroughly developed to a great depth, koines tia. Rapids Canal carried 55,731
... wo. uj umu iu uiL luiura ui oaerman
... B.
uouniy omcers.
mill installed.
and a 40 or
H.
B.
240. by Webster To mako Bhtriffs. etc.
no
ions,
i canal of the Cascades in Ore
lire and Came War- dens.
The Opp mines aro among the earlier gon reported
23.308 tons of traffic.
The
II. B. 244, by Both To nx salaries of Columbia County ofllcer.
diggings fit the state as placers. On tho uarren River, Ky., 41,231 tons through
n
tU'! Coun,y Coan discretionary power to appoint
ground-sluic- e
e
Rxnd'feupwVsora.
method they wero Lock No. L The Black
River,
worked and produced handsomely during Ala., tnrough Lock No. 3. Warrior
regulate fishing on Taqulna.
- 5y Jon" of Llncoln-- To
had
tnnnnrn
H'
a
SIthe '50s. Later the grounds were sub- of 16,105 tons, and the Coosa River, ot the
of laws, nvmorliu nd reiXtloaT
.
& RZ'ZZi'1" to Printing
?'
B.
purchase of paper by State lUnter
jected to the pipe and giant and many same state, through
Lock No. 3, 3228 tons.
by Webs"r To Provide for payment of fees to Fifth District At- fortunes taken In royal metal. from the muBii mmoer in Dotn cases.
torney
On the
auriferous gravel deposits. Still later the Kentucky River. Lock No. 4. 4S.cc
H. B. 800. by Test Relative to salaries ot Malheur County offlcer.
ton.
"hills above the diggings were exploited for or freight were shipped,
H. U. 343. by Kay To repeal law exempting state employ
from garnishment.
on
and
Muskthe
Grove- ledges, and valuable veins were uncovt
ingum River. Lock No. 1, 37,380 tons. Jn
ered as a result. It is these quartz veins 1902.
that will receive the main attention of tho The tonnage moved thmni-- iha
I11II& Passed by Both Houses.
new owners.
York State canals is reaorted hv h stnt
B. B. 3. by Marstera For execution of death sentences at State Penltentfary.
Superintendent
of public Works as
B. B. 10, by Stelwer To regulate carriage of sheep by express.
BIDS FOR. FAGCMS THEATER.
amounting to 3,179.353 tons in 1902.
Of
B. B. 14, by Mays To make theft of a bicycle grand larceny.
this
2.225.9SG
amount
tons
moved
eastward
e
B. 27, by Smith of Multnomah For state, and county boards of health.
6.
Site for Carrln-jFactory Too Costly and 933,376 tons westward, showing that
B. B. 31. b Crolsan To regulate livestock In Marion County.
Bands for Illch School.
the eastward tonnage Is about two and a
B. B. 35. by Mulkey To prohibit circulation of indecent literature.
nan times me wcf.ward tonnatre. Fnr th.
EUGENE. Or.. Feb. 15. Special.)-- A
S. B. 37. by Myers Relatlre to organization of crematory associations.
meeting of the directors or the Eugene
w
an equal
iumiai?
iuui
ior
S. B. 50, by Booth To protect forests from fires.
Theater Company was held last evening, season oeending with November
was 3,111.444
.
.
AAA .
nrttlnt.
S. B. Bl, by Hobson Relative to transfer of Insane convicts to aaylum.
and bids were opened for tho erection of Iniu
.iu,nu
"wwt
iima iiiuvcu
E. B. 53. by Kuykendall
Transportation of ehlMren to country schools.
and 1.CC6.0S5 tons westward.
the new theater. Three bids were subrv.ni
S. B. 63. by Kuvkendall For the consolidation of country schools.
mitted, the lowest being that of L. N. shipments on the Chesapeake and Ohio
canal were 192.S35 tons in 1903, compared
Roney, whose price was J3,SS7.
79,
by
8. B.
Uobwin Authorizing use of convict labor oa roads.
The Commercial Club held a meeting wmi .
R-- 81. by
uO
ions in iwi.
for Eastern Oregon Agricultural Experiment Bta-lion8- last night for the further discussion of The above traffic movements mav
Tamhill-nig- ht
S3,
by
o'f eminent domain oa telegraph
B.
S.
Smith
of
the matter of bonus for the proposed re- contrasted with those or the ,Sault Ste.
and telephone companies.
moval of the Corvallls Carriage Factory Mario Canals, through which a frelcht
8. B. feu. by Mays 15000 for Oregon Historical Society.
to this city. Mr. Cramer has been here tonnage of 33.9C1.14S net tons Dasseri In ih.
S. B. W. by Smith ot Umatllla-Relat- lve
to lleense to practice medicine
97, by
S.
looking over sites, and had decided upon season of 1932; and also with the Pottage
to
license fees.
S. B. 102. by Daly Provide that state buildings carry their
ac umjj ianais oi .Micnigan, on which
a certain tract of ground near the railnof
PrtvS
7
by Inc?rpotedVcm?r
I"
cargo
iV'
of 2.6S6.1S3 net tons passed in the
road. The committee, after investigation,
to ppropriat
money for idver- Usufg h
concluded the price asked for the prop- same season.
The tonnace movement
8. B. 121, by Mysrs Providing for relocation of county seats.
erty was too high, and so reported to the through the Chesapeake and neinmr.
nL8. B. 159. by Carter To regulate expenses Jackson County School Superlntend- club. The club decided to let the matter Canal, as reported by the operating company, has been given for only the last
drop, for the present at least.
5y JSnIkenSai1'ro chan
boundaries between kne and Douglas.
i' S"B. JS
S.
ICO. by McGinn To regulate child labor under certain
Instead of taking a bond for a deed to four months or 19C2. as 205.32 net tons
ages
Brownell-F- or
separate
board
of Commissioners In CUckam.
the Crow property to be used as a site for with a vessel movement or 13S2 vessels.
i.Y
f"5' Ur Brownell To fix salary of Clackamas
County Judge
the High School, the board of directors
B.
11.
2. by Eddy To license domestic and foreign coraoratlocs
has decided to buy the property outright
PPropriate money for fish hatchery at Ontario.
Ji- - H' Br-J'1-j- T
by Test To relocate county seat of Malheur.
H. B. S3, ?T
and get immediate possession. In order MARBLE SLAB THAT BENDS
require street-carto be provided with fends.
.4.Vby?,bbrT
to do this, the district will have to borH. B. 41. by Malarkey To tax gift, legacies and Inheritance
row $6000. which it will do at a low rate. SI ran Be Action of at Monument
H. B. 42, by Banks Relative to exemption of wage from
a
la
This will place the board in position to
H. B. 40. by Kay-- To
authorise State Land Board to Invest WurplS
Cemetery Xenr Waahlnston.
H. B. 47. by Kay Making atate oClcers and
sell the two houses now on the property
sublect to
Hale-- To
by
B.
31.
H.
fix salaries ot Josephine Counfy oncers
at any time, and may greatly assist in
Washington Post
pay for patients In Insane asylum
S- - Si' by 'o'tlngham-IteUtlve- .to
getting the ground roady for; the new
Local scientist
...... .......
Uncoln-- To
"tborlze County Court to ecuro field note
building in season.
a monument in Rock Creek cemeteryiu
of survey?- ?.'
The new city charter for Eugene is now which promises, to become famous all over
for county court In Wallowa and Harney Counties.
V7 5"rlsb-Tl- me
5'
Shelley To license and regulate warehousemen.
73.
H.
In force, having an emergency clause the world. The Unique feature is that" of
H. B. S3, by Galloway Authorizing a library tax In cities
which makes It operative immediately. a marble slab bending under the action of
II. B. 80. by Joma of Multnomah Multnomah County Auditor act.
By this the suburbs of Falrmount and Its own weight, as if it were a fluid like
H. n. 102. by Hahn--To give boatpuUcr and fishers llera.
College Hill are a part of the city, making sealing wax. Marble Is one of the prin"iraburse W. II. H.mpton for chool land pnrcluue.
V,' S" ?S' vy r!.1?-!- .0
relocation of county seat of Columbia
an increase of "00 or $00 in the population ciple rocks composing tho crust
L S' ,1,l.0Vby.?u.m5len,- -T
of
e relative to school boundaries.
amnd
of the city.
earth, and has generally been regardedthe
H.
To amend the barber law
as
a hard solid.
of
Cn'y
AykUU
T:,lano0,:
Superintendent,
8' 125. by
change time of fixn-- taxSchool
.....
levies
But the work of lh uMantl.f.t.
TILLAMOOK CREAilERV MEETING.
regulate time of apportioning school funds.
1?T- -I
S- J?r
toe riab In Rock Creek is in realty a stick
of property eacheAted to the slate "
H. B. 127. by
Invitation to Join Combine Consi- .....u, jicmius oiowiy ana Changing its
H. M. 137, by Hermann To fix certain salaries n Coos County
rorm under its own weight. The inscripTo amend code relative to ma rr la ire licenses
H. II. 140. by Malarkey
deredGood Bnalncsx for Year.
ing
Slooo"
H. B. 141. by
aalan- - of Columbia County Judge
tion On the monument In.llnn... . i. . .
TILLAMOOK, Or., Feb. 15. (Special.)
to confirmation of sale
H. B. 14S. by Malarkey-Relal- ive
rellrooertT
to
TS
H. R. 134. by
The annual meeting of the Tillamook was placed in position about 1850. In the
forelmSuMHM
records
Nottlngham--To
.
Prevent manufacturJ
Creamery Company was held this after- tuurao oi me nair century It has sagged
lit- Ml. of
noon, presided over by Claude Thayer. In the middle- to th v. uict .t
unco
Making
Davey
170,
by
B.
salary
H.
of Assistant
SISno.
The secretary's report showed the result inches, and thus assumed the curve shown
prohibit sale of adulterated lllumTnatlnr oHs
H. B. 102. by Gsllowsy-- To
the figure. The slab is 70 inches Ionr
fix salary of Tllfamook County AweVior
200. by Eddy-- To
H.
of last year's business at this factory, as in
H. B. 215. by Johnson For a portage railway between
t)j
follows: Amount of milk. 1.51S.S76 pounds; and about 35 Inches wide, and two inches
Yamhill Counti to sell
H. B. 22. by Galloway-F- or
n?L il nroirfv
average test. Z.SSM; butter fat. 5S.C31
juypoca- on me corners ,.on
a matron at State Penitentiary
H. B. 2B0. by Kay-F- or
pounds; milk used for cheese. 1.109.23 four posts, nnrl
1L B. 274, by commute
To provide for expenses of iWlslatun.
H. B. 283. by Hodeon To .cure defecu In
pounds; eicse manufactured, '107,993 straight when placed in position many
'
H. B. 140. by Malarkey-- To amend cod. relative to marrlagBTlee"s
oenaing of me slab has
pounds; milk jsed for butter. 409.623
Incorporation acts: Ontario, Roseburg. North
Jstorla.
v..I U1IV. n......j, .....
pounds;
butter manufactured. 19.015 been exlrcmelv jtlnwPrinerille. Baker City. Cby. McMlnnrtlle, Oregon City? HunUnsto'st. JohS;
pounds; average price for butter fat, ble Is the most viscous or all known fluids.
acmnusis aiscovered about 40 years ago
UMc; total amount paid. JH.KS.5L.
Sinned by (he Governor.
Owing to the creamery putting in u new that the glaciers, which develop by tho
or ice
i
accumulation
mnr- B, B.
create irreducible school fund for Douglas County
vi.v.
. by Marsteri-- To
butter plant, with engine and boiler, no
dividend was declared at this meeting. mountains, are In reality moving rivers
appropriate tJOO.OOO for the Lewi, and Clark
H. B. 1. by Malarkey-- To
Fair
In previous years the rate was. 10 per cent. or Ice whjch flow slowly down the moun- to fences east of the Cascades.
by
Phelps
Relative
H. B. S.
miucr ineir own weight, like stiff
The directors elected, were: J. Sanders,
Regulating
by
Riddle
16.
B.
of Insurance companies.
tiths
H.
from
lava
a
oIcano.
A. Hunt and D. Fltzpatrlok. Claudo
ing
to execution of deed In farelgn
H. B. 49. by
countries.
The rfaCiCrS SdvnnnA BAmaMmu - .v..
Thayer was elected treasurer.
If. B. 6S. by Ftsher For a flreboat at Portland.
Mr. Thayer submitted a proposition to rate of only a few feet per year. This Is
B. 71, by Hansbrough To protect fellow servants on railroads
H.
the stockholders that the company go into T. vlcuooUty lnal 'Co almost a solid
H. B. 7R. by Eddy To prevent statute of limitations running
being very great.
a combine with a number of other factor- its
IL B. 77. by
lUrrlVwl '"-construction of a free ferry
Professor Jamea Thnmn
ies, so as to form a board of one member
B. 78. by Whealdon-- To
authorize Dallecity to Issue new at
make terms of Road SuWrvlaors Degin jinJa
IU B. SO. bybyPhelps-- To
from each factory to handle the product the ramous brother or Lord Kelvin first
1. '
charter bill.
II. B. 101.
"'""-"'aand purchase the supplies for them. The
oeaavior or ice.
trvT
I0S. by OI1I To levy .tax In Multnon.ah County
B.
H.
Tho
local
of
Horary,
scientist who has been
directors were instructed to attend a
flumes on county roads!
H. B.. 189. by
the marble" slh in n rtl-meeting, which Is to be called for that
V
diiis iwnoon. aidisoo. jcigin. enterprise. Ixlngton
VIilO- dullle. Corvallls. Alamo. Stayton. Cornelius. Milaukl4, WUIamlna. TOIamoJk.
purpose, but this action did not bind the tery now thinks that there may be ex- company to CO into the combine.
icuone layers oi me earth's
crust comVetoed by the Governor.
posed
or marble and
clmtlai- - rn- nmcu
by
tate offlcers and employes subject to garnUhment.
47.
B.
H.
yield
slowly
change
and
their rorm under
Funeral of Jacob 11. Miller.
prewmre as true fluids.
Without Governor's Signature.
lairs
TOREST GROVE, Or.. Feb. 15. (SpeThis indicates that the ertut nr h.
Incorporation arts: Eugene. Salem, Adams, Myrtle Creek. lone. Rainier.
cial.) The funeral of Jacob R. Miller, who bends
slowly and constantly and adjusts'
died at his home at Cornelius. Friday, Itselt to the state
or
rotation or the earth.
aged. 66 Tears, occurred under the auspices
the light of this view an explanation
of the J. B. Matthews Post, G. A. iC of In
to found for many facts connected with
this place, today. Mr. Miller was born me upneavai ana settling or
the moun- Wilson and la just north of. the old brick or less useless objects generally sent to
in Germany, nnd came. In 1887. from Ne- tains, and Other geological phenomena.
church.
brides and bridegrooms. It is always the
braska to Cornelius, where he had been
thA !riinalt.
la
thnurht
that
It
Mn
custom of servants or tenants on estat.es
the proprietor of the hotel for several ble will prove to be greater
than
that of Wedding; Gifts on
years. A wife and family survive him.
Plan. to Join In giving one handsome gift. Why
any other known fluid.
Later
Investl- should not friends do the same?
New Tork Herald.
The
f tnr-mflv hrtntro tn ltSf
nth.. L1J...I- - January, which
(.... wv.,w
friends or Miss Bridget Bulkeley, now
is
a
as
month
almost
Sr. Sliepherdnon's Meetings Closed. nllne rocks of a fluid
character, but so far
Mrs.
Guinness,
were
among
those
who
MMINNVTLLE, Or., Feb. 15. (Special.) me extraordinary BiaD in Rock Creek prolific in weddings as is June, is reveal
started the idea by clubbing together
Dr. Daniel Shcpherdson Saturday closed cemetery stands unique. Its bending is so ing a new idea or marriage girts.
It giving her a very handsome diamond and
ora series of meetings here. Ho has held nlnv that it la called aomlnr ni m
might
be called the
wedding
nament I now hear that Lord Klnnoull
.three meetings a day, the large Baptist able change taking place inside or several present. It originated with several per- is to be the
recipient
an
of
automobile
as
Church building being crowded on each years.
sons who realized the unsatisfactory re- a united wedding present from a circle of
occasion, ilany have been converted by
It marks the resting place of James sults obtained with tho hundreds of more friends.
Ecrlbner-Hendcrso-
1903.
i
I
I'nraoni Mine "Which. Mnde Owners
Illch Will lit! Developed on Larcc
Seal Another Ileal Xcar Grunt 'a
l'aaa Henna Much Money.
aeep-wat-
10,
WUV AND HOW STATE BOAItD WAS
CHEATED.
Important Measure Framed and Ef
fectively Ursed by Senator
Andrevr
C.
Smith.
SALEM, Or.. Feb. 13. (Staff correspondencesSenator A. C. Smith's bill for the
creation or a State Board or Health was
passed by the Legislature with but one
dissenting voto In the Senate, and none
In the House.
This remarkable vote in
behalf or a meoeurc which might be ex
pected to meet opposition because it cre
ated a new state board. Is undoubtedly
due to the practical plan upon which the
bill Is drawn and the able and convincing
address made by Senator Smith In each
or th'o houses. Tho members or the House
or Reprcsentatlvea voted to go Into com
mittee or the whole In order that Senator
Smith might be permitted to explain to
them the merits or his measure.
Senato bill 27 provides ror the creation or
a Mate Board or Health composed of
Six are to be appoint
eevtn physicians.
ed by the Governor and these six are to
appoint the seventh, who shall serve as
secretary. The board has power to gather
vital statltKIcs. Investigate contagious dls
canes, and study all questions relating to
public hi aim. It has authority to estau
llsh and enforce quarantines whenever
necessary.
An appropriation of JiJMJ a
year is made for the expcnsio or the
board. Including the salary or the secre
tary.
The County Judge and County Physician
arc created a County Board of Health,
with quarantine powers.
The County
Board or Health must collect and pre.
ttjrvo reports or births and diaths. con
tagious dlseasit, etc. In counties having
no county physician, the County Judge
serves alone as health olllcer. All peace
officers arc required to aid In the en
rorcement ot quarantines established by
tho board.
In addresning the House ot Representa
tives upon the merits of this bill. Senator
bmim said:
Senate bill 27. providing for State and
County Boards of Health. Is nof an experiment, as this form of legislation has
been steadily developing alonir thene lines
elnce the discovery of the great runda- mental fact that all Infectious and communicable diseases are due to certain
or germs.
It Is now a
fact that
the great majority of the Ills and deaths
of our people are due to these communicable diseases, and as the evolution of this
Knowledge has progressed steadllv durlnir
the past quarter or a century the science
or preventive medicine has been urged by
the medical profusion upon all the civilized countries, with the result that almost
all parts of the civilized world have adoDt- ed name form or other of state preventive
methods, one of which Is presented for
your consideration in Senate bill 2o. 27.
Tho method! here advocated havn
been In process of development during the
pat 23 years throughout England and this
country, and on this continent, more particularly In the States of Mlchlean ani
Massachusetts, where It has attained the
greatest degree of perfection. In England
iney nave wnat Is known as a Local Gov
ernment, Board, which Is a National Board
oi iieaiut. In France and Germany they
have similar commissions with the same
executive and police powers, and In gen
eral me results obtained are about the
same.
The reduction In the nrevalence
and death rate or tho contagious diseases
Of children, especially diphtheria, scarlet
over aim measies nave oeen reaucea from
to one-fifof their former nrev
nlence.
Many of the epidemics and
Uscourges of which we used to read have
Deen entirely wiped out, and even consumption, the most, terrible of all nre- ventlve diseases to combat, has been reduced about SO per cent. Of all the civilized parts ot the earth. I know or none
that have not adopted such preventive
memoas, except three or our own states.
one or which is Oreson.
"Another reature'or this bill l. that It
provides for the keeping of elaborate and
accurate vital statlatlcs. At present we
have no system or vital statistics excent
some very ineffectual efforts in this direc
tion in a rew or the large towns of the
state. With Oregon's natural healthful- ness, which would be marvelouslv Im
proved under the operation or this measure, Oregon would soon have very complete and reliable vital statistics, which
would be or great value to her citizens,
and by their good showing would add
much to her name abroad.
I would not have the hardihood to as
sure you as I do that the above resulm,
which seem almost miraculous, could be
obtained, were it not that we know Irom
reliable statistics .or other states and
countries that It Is accomplished with remarkable precMon alonir certain lines.
"A striking Illustration or the effect nf
aDsence or state medical supervision; with
state executive power over epidemic diseases occurred in New Orleans years ago,
before any 'attempt had been made In thl
direction. That city was the hothnl nf
cholera, and had frequent and dreadful re
currences of mat awful plague. In one
year.SOO) peoplo died of this disease out
of a-- population of 63.000. Or late years,
under strict state medical supervision of
an active Board or Health, with police
aumoniy. cnoiera has Been not onlv de
stroyed as a plague, but haa been practically wiped out.
Another striking illustration nf th
value ot this form of legislation occurred
in unnaaa nearly 3) years ago. A case or
smallpox passed throueh Quebec nnd
Montreal on a train, and note the result.
In Quebec there were In one year 7000
deaths and a loss to commerce nf mnnv
millions or dollars, while In Montreal there
were 19 deaths and a cost to tho province
or $15,000 in the year. What was the cause
of this striking difference In the destruc- tivencss of this epidemic? The cause nf
Infection was the same, the climatic condi.
uons were the same, yet In one the snark
was smothered In Its Inelplency. while In
the other the same spark resulted In n
most disastrous conflagration. Tho reason
was that Quebec had no Provincial Rnnni
of Health, while Montreal had a most energetic one.
"In England, before the establishment or
the Local Government Board, leprosy was
alarmingly. prevalent and steadily increasing; now it Is wholly extinct. While the
death rate rrom consumption has been reduced SO per cent, the prevalence or contagious dlsoascs or children has been reduced SO or more per cent. In Michigan
and Massachusetts slightly better results
have been obtained, while In the other
states results have been obtained In proportion to the efficiency and state support
of their Boards or Health.
"I could weary you. Mr. Speaker and
micro-organis-
one-six- th
lts
t
Ct-00-
one-ha-
Don't fool with a cold; no one can tell what
the end may be. Pneumonia, catarrh, chronic
bronchitis and consumption invariably result
from
neglected colds. Nothing can be compared with
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as a quick cure for
colds and influenza, and by its use these, diseases
may be avoided.
33
NOTHING SUCCEEDS
LIKE SUCCESS
th
Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral
Ask your doctor
about Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral
for colds,
coughs, croup, asth
ma, bronchitis, con
sumption. He knows.
Trust him.
S5o.. see.. Si.
.
Aysr
Clf, M
Why Is It we succeed w;here so many
fall? Because our treatment Is based upon
a thoroughly scientific as well as commobasis. While we ore full of
business we do not fall to keep up with
the advancement of modern medical science we keep constantly In touch with
the master minds of our profession the
latest literature from the highest authority comes to us. and Is eagerly read ror
any new developments In the treatment
and cure or men's diseases. It is a true
saying that "knowledge Is power": thus
we are constantly seeking- tor Ught to
the better lit us ror our work, ir you
nre ailing, come to us. We will gladly
give you the benefit or knowledge gained
by hard work. long experience and close
study. No man Is so wise but that he
can still gnln useful knowledge. We cordially Invite you to call and talk over
your trouble with us.
n-sense
DR. W. NOIITOX DAVIS,
"Weakness"
The disorder commonly known as
"weakness" has lor years and generations baffled the efforts or physicians, yet to this day a majority
or doctors (specialists not excepted)
are attempting to overcome It by
methods that have been In constant
use, and havo constantly failed for
half a century. They dose the system with powerful stimulants and
tonics calculated to restore nervous
force or strength that Is not and
never has been lacking, with the
result that the functions are temporarily excited, to the positive detriment of the patient. "Weakness"
we will call it such for convenience
lust now Is only a symptom resulU
ing trom a chronically swollen and
Inflamed prostate eland, and is curable only with the assistance or
local, combined with constitutional
treatment. Either early dissipation or some improperly treated
contracted disease Is generally responsible tor the Inflammation,
though accidental injury, strain,
etc.. may produce the same result.
We have permanently cured thousands or cases or prematureness.
loss or power, etc.. which demonstrates the absolute accuracy or
our understanding and treatment or
this" disorder. In years we have
not met with a single case of failure.
We have the utmost confidence In our ability to cure any
case we undertake.
Valuable Book Free
We can treat most cases successfully at home.
Write for our Instructive book describing the male
anatomy and our method ot treat
ment, ir you cannot .call. We send
tree, sealed, under a plain cover.
it
Stricture
Our treatment for this disease is
entirely independent or surgery. A
complete cure Is accomplished without cutting or dilating. All growths
In the urinary
and obstructions
passage are dissolved, the membranes cleansed and all irritation
or congestion removed throughout
the organs involved.
Varicocele
Many who are but slightly
with varicocele believe that
the trouble Is ot but little consequence.
The opposition is true.
Varicocele Is a disease of a progressive nature; as It advances
nervous complications come, power
diminishes, and the general health
Is Impaired.
We cure varicocele
without knife, ligature or caustic,
pain
and
without detenwithout
tion from business.
,
Contracted Disorders
Every contracted disease is attended by grave dangers, that nothing less than a thorough and absoTo taken
lute cure can remove.
even the sllshtcst chance in such
rases Is to Invite lirelong misery.
Men do not realize this ns they
hould. A ptrtlal cure Is followed
by a chronic stage, with all Its
horrors, the same as though the
disease bad not been treated at all.
Wo positively will not dismiss a
patient until every possibility of a
relapse is removed. By our system
of treatment every patient Is soundly cured, and made as free rrom disease taint as he was before the
ailment was contracted.
Consultation Free
In
If you cannot call, write, and w will give you such assistance as we can
the way ot helpful suggestions and advice, which may save you years or
misery.
HOUrtS
O
TO a AND T TO S; SUNDAYS, 10 TO 12.
Dr. W. Norton Davis & Co.
145
Sixth Street, cor. Alder, Portland, Or.
ALL DISEASES OF MEN
Permanently Cured by the Leading Specialists
TALCOTT & CO.
DR. MODERATE.
FEES
CURES GUARANTEED.
"WHY DRUGS
FAIl-Mon-
y
ALDER ST.
250
3Ien Treated for Weakness
cvrr Kxlxted I'nllnre Due to Wrunc Dlasnoslit.
Which
There Is a tendency nowadays to ascribe cases of lost vitality to lack of
nerve force, and to treat them as such with tonics, electric) and stimulants,
resoltlne In but tho most temporary benefit, if at all.
As a result of observations and practical experience I have been convinced
that the r.erves play but a subsidiary1 role in tho production of dl.oriiers of
men. It Is very unusual to nnd any trouble in an otherwise strong1 man other
than a damaeed prostate or deep urethral Inflammation, particularly In tbose-whosand
disorders originated in
excitement, or the harmful Influence exercised by an
contracted disorder,
and If exhausted nerve force seemed tr be present It is only as- a concomitant,
or rerhaps we may says complication, of chronic prostatitis, nnd disappeared
with Its cure. Still further, these facts are verifled by purely local treatment,
for procedures directed toward repairing the damaged Eland are always rewarded by the most brilliant cures.
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