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THE SUNDAY OHEGOXIAX.- POUTLdLND. APJtIL 3, ltQ.-
FOOD IF EVERY
Oregon Committees Are For
w&rding'Provisions by Car
load to San Francisco.
BEDDING AND TENTS ALSO
Cooking Utensils and Stoves Arc
Part of the Slixed Lots of Ar
ticles Loaded in a Num
ber of Towns.
Proi'Islons in large supply poured In dur
ing the day to the relief funds In a large
number of Oregon town. Many cars
have been filled with a variety of edibles.
Including prepared food, eggs, bacon, rice,
loaves of bread by the thousand, besides
flour and potatoes.
Cooking utensils, stoves, blankets and
clothing have been given and purchased.
In considerable quantities, and will arrive
In the Bay City as fast as the trains can
bo moved south. Collections of money
are still going forward and more supplies
and funds will be forwarded later.
COLLECTING AT THE DALLES
1'lvc Carloads of Provisions Have
Already Been Forwarded.
THE DALLES, Or.. April 2L (Special.)
Today's circulation of the relief com
mittee's list has brought the amount sub
scribed up to $5160. A large section of the
town Is yet uncanvassed. In addition to
this, the city and county will each sub
Besides the three carloads of provisions
shipped from here yesterday, a carload
of potatoes and rice already loaded in
Portland for a local "firm was purchased
by the committee, who ordered them sent
from that city to San Francisco.
Tonight 3000 loaves of bread were ex
pressed from local bakeries to Oakland.
The supply depot of the woman's relief
committee will be opened Monday, from
which the shipment of clothing and house
hold supplies will Immediately commence.
At a tea given by the Sorosis Club this
afternoon, about $50 was realized for tjie
aid of the sufferers.
FOUR CARS HAVE BEEN' SENT
Salem Housewives Bake Bread and
Bakers Give Up Stocks.
SAL.12M. Or.. April 21. (Spcclal.)-Thls
city has forwarded the following to aid
San Francisco sufferers: One carload of
potatoes, one carload of flour, one car
load of bread and other provisions, by
Friday night's train; one car of bread
stuff this evening, and Monday two car
loads of bread and potatoes will be for
warded. In addition to this, citizens of
Shaw are making up a carload of provi
sions, and the citizens of Pratum a car
load of potatoes.
Cash subscriptions have been raised In
Salem, amounting to $3500. Practically
very housewife in Salem has baked
bread, and the bakeries have delivered
over their entire stock.
The prisoners in the penltentjary have
subscribed 575 and proffered all their
blankets, and to go without bread If
necessary. Salem will continue to send
supplies ever' day while there is need.
SALMON" BETTER TIIAX "IOXEr
Astorlans Have Sent Two Carloads,
and Will Send Another.
ASTORIA, Or.. April 21. (Special.)
The cash subscriptions made by the
ritlzens of Astoria to the San Fran
cisco relief fund amount at the present
time to about $2850. and besides this
the Lower Columbia River cannery
men havo donated 725 cases of canned
salmon. One carload of canned salmon,
consisting of COO cases, was shipped
to San Francisco by rail last evening
and the second one was shipped to
night. The committee will raise about $1000
more and' Intends to ship the third car
load of salmon Monday evening, as
the members of the committee feel
ihnt an. article of food like canned
salmon will be far more acceptable to
the ofilcials in charge of the relief
work at San Francisco than would the
CORVALLIS LOADS ONE CAR
Flour, Errs, Bacon, Potatoes and
Bread In Shipment.
OORVALLIS. Or.. April 21. (Spe
ial.) Corvallis citizens hastily as
sembled last evening at the -Courthouse
upon information that an or
ganized effort in this state was being
made for the relief of San Francisco.
At this meeting arrangements were
completed for loading a car with pro
visions and starting it to its destina
tion this evening.
The initial contributions from Cor
vallis Include 10 tons of. flour. 400
bushels of potatoes. .31 cases of eggs.
300 pounds of bacon, 1000 loaves of
bread. A mass meeting is called at
the Opera-House Sunday afternoon, at
which time arrangements will be made
to forward additional cars of provis
ions, clothing and other necessaries.
COOKING UTENSILS FROM UNION
Car of.- Flour Will Be Sent Out
UNION. Or.. April 21. (Special.) A spe
cial meeting of the City Council was held
last night and resolutions adopted sympa
thizing with the San Francisco sufferers
and a committee of 50 was appointed to
secure contributions for the relief ot the
Tho committee today loaded one car of
provisions, stoves, cooking utensils, blan
kets and clothing and expect to send out
a carload of flour tomorrow. There Is a
universal response on the part of the
ROSEBURG RAISES $1500.
Tents, Bedding and Provisions Sent
in Carload Lot.
ROSEBURG. Or., April 2L (Special.)
Roseburg responds nobly to the call for
help by the sufferers at San Francisco by
contributing $1500 for relief. A carload
or provisions, bread, dothlng. bedding and
tents leaves on the through train tonight.
Drain puts In the hands of the relief
committee- a -good collection. A large
number of Roseburg citizens are In San
Francisco; ""but all are reported saved.
Good. TJilBgs Froai HUlsboro.
1ULLSBOBO, Or., April 2L (Special.)
The citizens ot HlUsboro t&day dispatched
a eev-ton car ladea with potatoes. Seer,
evaporated cream, bacon, beast. Maakets
and cloth! Rg. and representing a cash
outlay of 1600. to the relief of the San
Francisco sufferers. The committee
named by Mayor Cornelius raised the
necessary amount In n few hours.
Ex-Senator Weaning, Dr. T. jr. Bailey.
"William Xelson. George Morgan and J.
W". Sewell, of the committee, state that no
argument was necessary to get the contri
butions. Another shipment will be made
in a few days.
Refugees Arriving at EHgeBC
EUGENE. Or., Apr! 21. (Special.) Re
lief work to aid the sufferers at San Fran
cisco continues here and several cars of
supplies have already gone. Contribu
tions now amount to about $9089, and the
fund is still growing.
Several parties have received word from
relatives in the city today, the first that
has been heard direct. All are reported
safe. Many from here are in the city.
Refugees are arriving in the Valley, a
man and wife from San Jose, who lost
their property, obtaining work here today.
Clothing In the Carload.
OREGON CITY. Or.. April a.-(Special.)
The citizens committee tonight -for-warded
another carload of potatoes, flour,
blankets and clothing: The women of the
city hax-e. organized and collected a great
quantity of clothing, that was Included
in tonight's shipment. One of the largest
local contributors is the Oregon City Man
ufacturing Company, which. In cash and
blankets, has contributed about 11000.
Canvassing at New berg.
NEWBERG, Or.. April 2L (Special.)
At a meeting of the eitizens of Newberg
called last evening by EL H. "Woodward,
president of the Board of Trade, It was
decided to send two carloads of, potatoes
to the San Francisco sufferers. Liberal
subscriptions were taken at the meeting
and a committee was appointed to make
Anaconda Raises 92009.
ANACONDA, Mont., April Ana
conda's plans for relief are maturing.
Two thousand dollars has been contribut
ed today by the citizens. The Anaconda
Typographical Union, No. 255, has sent
$150 to San Francisco members of the
craft. The Knights of Columbus and
Woodmen have given $250 each.
Kline Offers His Mansion.
CORVALL1S. Or., April 2L (Special.)
S. L. Kline, of this city, who owns and
a portion of the time occupies a very
large residence, which is believed to have
escaped the flames, in San Francisco, has
wired General Funston. placing It at the
disposal of-ihe homeless in the Golden
Supplies Ready at Cottage Grove.
COTTAGE GROVE, Or:. Aprll2L (Spe
cial.) The committee appointed to solicit
funds for San Francisco relief at the mass
meeting last night secured $550 today. A
carload of supplies was purchased, con
sisting mostly of flour, potatoes and
bacon, and Is ready to go by first train.
Montana Flour Is Shipped.
HELENA. Mont.. April 21c The relief
committee today purchased 150.030 pounds
of Montana flour and will forward it to
San Francisco at once. This Is in addi
tion to $5000 telegraphed, last night. Two
thousand dollars more was raised here
Victoria Chinese Give.
VICTORIA. B. C., April 21. Local Chi
nese this morning subscribed $2000 to the
San Francisco relief fund.
CATCHES BOMB IN HAND
Russian Count's Quickness Saves
Him and Wife From Death.
KALIEZ. Russian Poland. April 21.
While Count Kcllar. commander of the
garrison here and a cousin of Lleutenant
General Count Kcllar. who was killed last
year while repelling a Japanese attack In
Manchuria, was driving with his wife In
thlB city yesterday, a bomb was thrown
at his carriage. Count Kcllar caught the
missile in his hand, and it failed to ex
plode. The bombthrower escaped.
CZAR MUST BE ATJTOCRATIC
Priest Denies His Right to AJbrogate
MOSCOW. April 2L At the Congress of
Monarchists which assembled here yester
day, a remarkable speech was made by a
priest. Father Vostorgoff in which he
declared that the Emperor. even If willing
to do so, had no right to abrogate his au
tocratic power, adding:
"The true Russian people, who hereaf
ter will be proud of the name of 'Black
Hundred,' cannot consent to It."
Russian Transport Runs Ashore.
COLOMBO.. Ceylon. April 21. The Rus
slan volunteer steamer Kazan, bound
from Odessa for VladU'ostok to bring
home troops. Is ashore on a reef near this
port, and It Is expected will be a total
wreck. The crew was brought here.
NO P0RTLANDERS INJURED
Small Parly Starts North on Friday
OAKLAND, April 21- As far as known,
no Portland people were injured in the
Arc. A partial list of Portland people
bound north last night follows:
. Mrs. George Hoyt. Miss Martha Hoyt,
Mrs. H. D. Green. G. R. Diamond. Dr.
Ray's daughter, Florence Norton, Vcrna
H us ted. P. J. Mahedy, F. Shank and fam
ily. Mrs. J. Babler and two children. Mrs.
. Scott, C. IV. Barrett. Mrs. A. G. Ott
and daughters. Miss Erhart. Dr. Dickson
and wife, Jean Wilson and wife, D. J.
Thomas, L C Keating.
STRIKERS GROW RAMPANT
Pillage Stores and Fight Troops In
French Mining Region.
LENS. France. April 20. The situation
growing out of the miners strike Is be
coming worse dally. Strikers are pillag
ing stores and fighting the troops. To
morrow there' will be 26,000 soldiers in the
Pas de Calais district.
CHICAGO. April 21. (Special.) Ore
gonians registered today as follows:
From Portland M. Posnor, at the
Morrison; G. C Welt, at the Grace.
Insurance Bill Pastes.
ALBANY. N. Y.. April 20.-The lnsur
ance bill, generally amending the Insur
ance law. recommended by the Insurance
investigating committee, passed the Sen
It Bab? Is CatUsc Xeeta
-S ere aa4 use taat aiA aad weB-trlea resa
4r. Mrs. TTteJieWa SeetMas SfTsp, tor ofcU
rea tetsfic. It ootfc tit ekMa, aorta
tfe tH. aMan alt sale m wtea eeW
Washington Mayor Report to
SENT BY. RAIL AND WATER
Nearly .Every Town la .the State Is
Expected to Send Ir Its Qaota
for the Fire Sufferers la
OLYMPIA. "Wash., April 21. (Spe
cial.) Governor Mead yesterday wired
all the Mayors of Washington towns
advising- them of the call from Cali
fornia for provisions and asking what
Is being done In their respective locali
ties for the relief fund. Replies have
been coming In all day, showing re
sult as follows:
Aberdeen, 12 tons provisions sent by
steamer today; Anacortes, car of pro
visions; Centralis, saass-saeeting called
for Monday night; Colvllle. car flour
and car potatoes; Friday Harbor, S1G6
KEEP AWAY FROM SAN FRAN
CISCO. The following- messag. received yes
terday by Colonel William Crook, as
sistant to Manager J. P. O'Brien, of
the Harrlmaa line, shows the bseleaa
stu of people ruihtsr to San Fran
cisco: "J. P. CBrftn. Vlee-Presldeat aac
General Maaarer. Portland: Please
have scwapaper advise people not to
try to reach 8aa Fraadteo. No one
from the outside If allowed to land
there. They wosld oaly add to the
congestion of the citle rorrwinilar
the bay aad It would be Impossible for
them to locate Indlriduala. All the
people are being taken care of and
there will be so trouble if supplies are
kept coming; "E. E. CALVIN.
"Vice-Pre tlflcnt Southern Fadnc Co."
by County Commissioners: Goldendale,
car proiislons; Hoqulam, 310.000; Kent.
5500; Pomeroy. $200 by CIO Council
and two carloads provisions; Port An
geles, mass-meeting tonight; Puyallup.
$500; Starbuck, J500; Wenatchee. S1000
already sent; Blaine, 3400; South Bend,
J1000; Snohomish, two cars provisions;
Waitaburg, two cars flour; North Yak
ima, two cars provisions; Shelton,
mass-meeting tonight; Vancouver.
J2E0O; Olympla, $3506; Watervllle, car
flour and car potatoes; Marys vllle, car
potatoes; Pullman, two cars provis
ion; Colfax, car flour; Bremerton,
31000; Dayton, two cars flour; Repub
lic, JI00. Kent, car provisions and
clothing, ihlpped tonight; Cheney, two
cars provisions; Northport to hold a
mass-meeting Sunday; Davenport, car
provisions and $250 cash; Wilbur, car
flour; Harrington, 200 barrels flour;
Sedro-Wolley. $500; "Walla Walla, 5000
loaves bread, baked at penitentiary,
$120 cash by penitentiary, all to go
with town shipment.
It may be decided to have consider
able of the Eastern Washington flour
baked Into bread at the penitentiary
before shipment. Governor Mead also
has promise of a separate fund from
each of the state institutions.
ADVISES STEAMER SHIPMENTS
Governor Mead Says Supplies Have
Best Chance of Speed That Way.
OLYMPIA, Wash, April 21. With ' a
view of expediting the shipment of sup
plies to San Francisco Xrom the smaller
towns of the state. Governor A. EL Mead
has dispatched the following message to
R. T. Reld. superintendent of the Western
"From large number of telegraphic re
ports received by me from towns of the
state it is evident that many are in the
dark regarding the manner of sending
relief to San Frandaco. I woufd request
therefore that you Inform all your offices
In the state of the following facts for
the benefit of relief committees:
"Shipments by steamer from Puget
Sound and Gray's Harbor have better
chance of being delivered quickly than by
rail, according to advice. It is better
to send provisions from this state than
even to telegraph money to California.
"Small towns and those remote should
communicate with committees at central
points like Seattle. Tacoma, Walla Walla,
and Spokane, and ship through those
committees, or have those committees
purchase supplies for them and ship.
Speed in forwarding Is quite as essential
as extent of contribution.
"ALBERT E. MEAD.
Offers Washington Militia.
OLYMPIA. Wash, April 21. (Special.)
Governor Mead tonight sent the following
"To Hon. George C Pardee. Governor.
Oakland, Cat: Entire State of Washing
ton responding to call for aid for Call
fornia. Beginning with shipment by
steamer Thursday night, steamers and
many carloads of provisions have been
dispatched. Citizens in Coast dties
chartering steamers for purpose. Seattle.
Spokane and Tacoma alone forwarding
enough provisions for an army. Aberdeen
and Hoqulam. on Gray's Harbor, for
warded steamerloads of provisions today.
Shipments of lumber will follow.
"Today 1 received telegraphic reports
from nearly 103 smaller dties and towns
of the state. In each of which funds and
provisions have been secured, and have
been shipped. Believe there is not a com
munlty in the state which Is not con
tributing. I am advising shipments of pro
visions rather than cash.
'Same of our best National Guard
officers have offered their services in Call
fomla. Do you seed them? Entire mili
tary organization of state at your com
"ALBERT E. MEAD. Governor."
Lease of Extension Abandoned.
HOQULAM, April 23. (BpedaL) A plan
to lease' the Northern Pacific extension
from this city to Mocups lias I alien
through, and the matter will probably be
dropped. A party of local capitalists made
the railroad company a proposition asking
for the lease of their road for stine years
and had If been obtained a trolley wire
service would have been put on between
this city and Modtps.
The large hotel at this dty was, to be
reopened and a small hotel built at Modlps
aad ran In connect! an with this one. The
offer was made by Seymour Summons.
cashier of the Northern Pacific Company
at this dty.
Tors ef Sappllcs From ATserdeca.
ABEtDEEN. Waah April 3L (Special.)
Fifty tons of provisfem was the amount
sent today by the Caaaiber ef Caws tree
fey the steasaer 9oath Bay. as Aberdeen's
art centri&Htloa to aan Francisco. All
say long committees have been gathering
additional awppnes ana cash aad It m ex
peeled that will fee raised.
arreral of the aaill compaalas gave $
each. Kmfman Srsc dry seeds aace
gave caJMrea's cletMwg and womwi's
wear ta the valve ef jm. Great interest
Is takea threoefceat Un dry ta the
Qalck Actio at Pallman.
PULLMAN. Wasu. April S.-Fullman
dttseas today shipped a carload ot Sew
asd a carload of potatoes to Saa Fran
cises. Tea mi mites after receipt el. the
telegram from the Governor, asking aid.
both cars were being leaded aad will go
forward tonight. Mayer Staler aM Pres
Meat Gaddisfe of the Pallidas Club, or
dered the previttens leaded. They ap
pealed te dtlseas far ateaey te pay for
them. Respoases were liberal aad large
ma Is feeing raised.
Hoqaiam CoatrlBHtes Liberally.
HOQULAM, Wash-. April 2L-S pedal.)
Over $S6 has bees raised la this city
toAay for the Saa Francisco funds. The
Polaen Logging Company gave JKO and
ether zaea contributed large sasas. A.
carload of potatoes. 309 cases of salmon
aad 109 case of corn will leave hare in the
sserateg for the south, aad the balance
will be shipped by steamer. Aberdeen
and Hoqulam are both working together
oa Jhls relief misalon.
Relief Fleet PHts to Sea.
BELLINGHAM. Wash.. April 21. The
Government observer at the Tatoosh
lighthouse station reports that the steam
era Nelson, from Tacoma; Tellus, from
Victoria, and Shasta, from Belllngham.
each of which carries relief supplies for
San Francisco, have passed Cape Flat
tery and are now well out at sea.
Citizens of Blaine are starting a carload
of relief supplies today. More will fol
low. Anacortes Is maklnr a collection of
Money and Food From Garfield.
GARFIELD. Wash-. April 21. (Special.)
The dtlzens'of Garfield, anxious to help
the San Frandeco sufferers, will send one
or two carloads of potatoes and other pro
viilons. G. W. Nyo and Colonel Dullng
collected In five minutes thU evening $3E0
and had seen but two or three men.
It It expected Garfield will donate not
less than $10 cash, besides several cars
of provisions to be sent Immediately.
Eagle Membership Assessed.
SEATTLE. Wash, April 21. ( Special.)
The National Aerie of the Eagles has as
sessed every member of the order 25 cents
for the benefit of the sufferers from the
San Frandsco fire. Lieutenant-Governor
Charles E. Coon, state deputy for the or
der In Washington, has been authorized
to receive the funds, which will aggre
gate, it Is believed. 55,CCO.
Tents Are Also Needed.
OLYMPIA, Wash.. April 21. (Special.)-
The following telegram was received by
Governor Mead this evening, dated San
"Assistance of people of Washington
ceepiy appreciated by people of San Fran
dsco. Supplies will be most acceptable.
sjso tents. e. schmitz. Mayor."
Women Make Children's Clothing.
ANACORTES. Wash, April 21. (Spe
cial.) The women of the city put in the
entire day making children's clothing for
ine ban i-Tanctsco sufferers. A lot of
second-hand clothing donated was re
paired, and six large cases packed this
evening lor snipmen. The EUgles donat
ed $107 In cash.
Provisions From Goldendale.
GOLDENDALE. Wash.. April 21. In re
sponse to a telegram from Governor
Mead a special meeting of the Council was
called by the Mayor this morning, relief
committees were appointed and a carload
of flour and potatoes will be forwarded to
San Francisco from Goldendale as quickly
JERKED OFF HIS WAGON
BOISE BRICKMAKER IS CRUSHED
UNDER HIS OWN LOAD.
Raaanay Team With Broken Itarneu
Came Up From Behind
BOISE. Idaho. April 21. (Special.)
Dan Hunt, a brlckmaker. lost his life
this afternoon as a result of a peculiar
accident. W. A. Davenport and a man.
BURIED AT VANCOUVER.
Caetala Joaepti Bargy.
The funeral of Captain Joseph
Burgy w beta at Vancouver.
Wash yesterday afternoon. Cap
tain Bargy died suddenly In his
cabin oa board the steamer Undine
Taesday afleraooa from heart fail
ure. He was a ploseer steamboat
captain oa the Willamette.
named Evans had a runaway, smash
Ins a buggy. They were taking the
team to the barn, driving them with
the neckyoke fastened to the breast
straps and the driver walking behind.
Hunt was oa a lead of brick going In
the same direction. As the runaway
teasa approached the brick wagon they
again started to, ran. dashing right
at the wagon. Ose went on each side,
the neckyoke being flipped up over
the wagon, aad sweeping ilunt off.
It Is thought one wheel passed ever
the ataa's shoulder. He died half an
hour later. Uuat was 59 years eld and
"Wife Charges Fallarc to Support.
OREGON" CITY. Or- April 21. (Spe-
claL) Florence Idella Flak today
ferevsht salt xer divorce from John
FTemeat Flak, ea the greaads of de-
aertiea aad failure ta support. They
were married at jackseavllle la 1S8S
aad the plaiatlC asks for the custody
et e child.
Te Hs aatwral eeter 7 aac aitti neat's
Mgypttaa Heans. stare, hirmiess.
OREGON WINS III .
THE TRACK MEET
University Defeats Farmers
From the Agricultural
DAN KELLY IS THE STAR
Score Stands, University of Oregon
49, Oregon AgrlcBltaral College
3-1, MHltnomah Clab 4, Wil
lamette University 3.
The most successful track meet In the
history of athletics In the state was held
at Columbia University yesterday after-
coon in the presence of over 400 persons.
The University of Oregon captured the
honors-of the meet, for the men who came
down under Captain George W. Hug suc
ceeded in wresting the laurels long worn
by the Oregon Agricultural College by
declsively defeating the team from that
Institution In tho majority of events.
Dan Kclley, ot Oregon, the former Co
lumbia student, was the star of the meet,
winning several events that aided mate
rially In the victory. The summary:
BO-yard dash Won by Moorcs (U. of O.), J
Smitbson (O. A. C) second. Swan (O. A.
C.) third. Time. 0.-05 2-5.
Running- broad Jump Won by Kelly (U.
of O.), Frlcseil (U. of O.) second, Cathey
(O. A. C.) third. Distance, 22 feet 5tj
Shot-put Won by McKlnney (U. of O.).
Hug (U. of O.) second, Moullen (U. of O.)
third. Distance. 43 feet 2 Inches.
440-yard dash Won by Prideaux (U. of
O.). Greenhaw (O. A. C.) second. Ober
teuffer (U. of O.) third. Time. 0 1-5.
Running high Jump Won by Kelly (U.
of O.). Lownsbury (W. U.) second. Smith
son (O. A. C.) third. Height. S feet 7?i
850-yard run Won by Devolt (O. -A. C).
Woods (U. of O.) second. Gam rale (M. A.
A. C.) third. Time. 2:09 1-3.
JO-yard hurdles Won by Smlthson (O.
A. C). Moores (U. of O.) second. Kuyken
dall (U. of O.) third. Time. 06.
Pole-vault Won by Swan (O. A. C).
Moullen (U. ol O.) second. Wlnslow (U.
of O.) third. Height. 10 feet 10 Inches.
Mile run Won by Devolt (O. A. C).
Mays (M. A. A. C) second. Goodrich (O.
C.) third. Time. 4:57 3-5.
220-yard dnsb Won by .elly (U. of O.),
Smlthson (O. A. C) secoad. Beech (O. A.
a) third. Time. 0:23 1-5.
Half-mile relay Won by University of
Oregon team (Moores. Veatch. Friesell
and Kelly.) Time, 1:35 2-5.
One-third mile grammar-school relay
Won by Ockley Green School.
One-half mile academic relay Won by
i-oriiana Hign school.
SO-yard dash (academic) Won by Hus
ton, Tualatin Academy.
220-yard dash (academic) Won by Hus
ton. Tualatin Academy.
University of Oregon o
Oregon Agricultural College 34
Multnomah A. A. C
Willamette University 3
Oregon won the handsome banner, the
relay race cup and the majority of the
gold and silver medals.
Whltman Has Xo Track: Team.
WHITMAN COLLEGE. "Walla Walla.
Waslt, April 21. (Special.) The sud-
dent attack of three men with dysen
tery, prevalent here, and the failure
of the two leading athletes to pass
special examinations today to remove
conditions, will prevent the Whitman
track team from leaving for Moscow
Monday morning, as planned, to meet
the University of Idaho. It is probable
that two schools win hold no meet this
MULTXOJIAH THE VICTOR.
Defeats East Portland In Benefit
Multnomah won a decisive victory over
the East Portland baseball team In the
benefit baseball game at Multnomah Field
yesterday afternoon, by the score of IS
The Multnomah men outplayed their op
ponents in ail departments, especially in
batting, which, with the numerous bases
on balls issued by the East Slders. per
ml t ted the rolling up of so large a score.
The game was witnessed by about 2G0
persons, and as many tickets were sold
about town, the proceeds will amount to
about JSO or S3X which wilt be turned over
to the relief fund as soon as collected.
National League Games.
BOSTON. April 21. Result ot today's
game was as follows:
Philadelphia IS 11 2)Boston....
CHICAGO. April 21. Results:
Chicago 5H OiSt. Louis 2 7 2
Defeat the Tacoma Boys.
CENTRAX.TA. Wash.. April 21. (Sue-
cial.) TheiCentralla High School baseball
team today opened the season by defeat
ing the Tacoma High School team by the
overwhelming score of 17 to X Tacoma
was out of the game after; the first three
innings. Geehan, Tacoma's twirler. re
ceived poor support behind the bat and
in the field.
Defeat Dallas College Team.
MONMOUTH. Or- April 2L-i(Spclal.)
The Monmouth Normal School baseball
team defeated a team from Dallas Col
lege by a score of 15 to 4. superior team
work aad fewer costly errors accounting
for the score
Colambla Defeats AVest Point.
At West Points-Columbia. J; West Point.
CHICAGO WANTS TO KNOW
If New Yorkers Ever Hcmovcd Their
Shoes at Table.
-Anxiety," in New Tork Herald,
Te be frank with yon. I am here from
the West, with plenty ef mosey. Al la
business and thoroughly posted ea all
geoda In my .line (feaReas card Inclosed)
and with a laudable asabiUesr. for my
fathers sake, to s&axe a rsarat ia Cal
The eld awn Is very geaereas to see.
aad. wfeea he left ate at the Uatoa Depot
his last wards were: .New. my boy.
yett're shipped f. o. b. for New York.
Have a geed te aad eeaae back win
the pells of a geeUesaaa. Det get
late aear-seelety la New Tertr set bus
the seat or g 'reead wHh the boys.
Can't break tale the Fer Hoadred,
kTww, fettt go to the fetg restawaat, aad
Betels.- wfeera the swells gatafer, aad pick
wp pemts. It's jst as ged and half the
price of gettlag society peUsk la a New
I've fettswed the'otd nsaa's advice and
feel I've learned a 1st since I've, been
here. IsaehlBff. dlaing aad aearly drown
isg su'setf with afternoon tea. at the
WaMerf-AstorSs, 861x78 aad I don't
I've ret oh to all th& wrinkles. I think,
feat I netked eae this that is a new
trick te hm, even, after my 13 dinners at
Sherry's. 31 at the Waldarf and several
I was at a faahloaafele. Fifth-avenue
hotel the other nlg&t. and a young man
was pointed out to me at a near-by table
as a good oae to keep an eye on as they
teW mt fea Is very prominent Mn New
York society, much In evidence In New
pert daring the season, and that what he
did would be useful to me an pointers.
I kept tabs on his merry manner of en
tertalalBg the ladles at the table, care
fully observed his clethes. the peculiar
natty tie he wore and all the rest. But
to my surprise, when I glanced under the
table. I noticed that there. In that public
room, he bad quietly slipped off his low
shoes and was sitting In his stocking feet.
That stumped me.
I don't want to make any bad break
when I go home. Is this a new fad in
New York? Do first-class hotels allow
gentlemen to take their meals In the
presence of Jadies without all their
clothes on? Does a real gentleman In
New York do that sort of thing? If so,
all right. I only want to know.
I knew If I took off my coat in the
Palmer House In Chicago they'd ask me
to leave or send a hurry call In for an
ambulance and a platoon.
Perhaps this was only a bit of merry
making on the part of this gentleman,
who, a friend tells me. Is given to eccen
trldUes but If It's the latest New York
style I want to know. Will some of your
readers up among the Four Hundred
kindly Inform me? '
AT THE HOTELS.
The Fortlaail A. Ryder! New York: G.
Harkrader. rtocnester; J. H. Armstrong. Bos
ton; W. K. Nasb. Grand Forks; C. Salman.
New York: F. W, Jackson. San Francisco;
G. B. Ubby, Jew Torx: O. Iiircn ana wue..
Marcaret A. Frank. Mrs. A. B. Ellis. Wlnnl-
rgl u. a. steel, wmcnteier: c a. uavte.
cv York: TV. H. Klelnsorr. PhltadelBhla:
C H. Wllllamr. Sastnw; W. II. Row. Seattlo:
J. B. Kerr. St. Paul; u. wrucnt, m. ts.
Wright. Seattle: B. Willis. Cleveland; N. A.
Gtaddlns. Indianapolis; G. Bridge. C. C. Pu
low. Chicago; E. J. Buisey. Omaha: Sweet.
Fond Da Lac: G. W. Wlshard. Minneapolis:
S. Hexter. J. MonheUner. New York; S. C.
Swift. Ean Francisco: H. W. Robblns. Loa
Aaselea; D. McGarrlty. San Francisco: W. K.
Loose. Seattle: C W. Thompson. Cascade
Locks; G. H. Smith, New York; W. E. Brown.
U. S. A.: J. A. Warren. Chicago: Mrs. I.
Harrla. Davenport: L. B. Mandel. New York;
A. Miller and wife. Minneapolis; Mrs. G. W.
Hanart. FarRO. X. D.; S. Hamburger and
wife, Terre Haute: R. O. Klrby and wife,
Mrs. W. A. Benford. Paris. IIL: Mrs. S.
Fraraenthal. Miss Helen Framenthal. Seattle;
M. B. Bace and wife. New York: Mrs. B. J.
August: E. U. Marble and wife. Chicago:
J. J. Herllky. Spokane; Dr. J. Brown. Chi
cago: J. H. Miller. MLm B. H. Miller. Mls
A. T. Miller. Miss Gertrude Donlangej. Cedar
Kacids: M. u. Greenaaum. city; M. Davis,
Yacolt; W. B. Brown. St. Louts: D. Cormier,
St. Joe: O. S. Schmidt. New York: O. Levy.
Kansas CItr: J. S. Phinney. Chlcaio: Mrs.
F. M. Jordan and child. A. Watson. D. B.
Putnam. Stattle: J. A. Moyer. San Francisco:
A. W. Du Bray. Cincinnati: R. L. McCor-
mlck. G. S. Long-. Tacoma; T. Knoshn. San
Francisco: J R Simpson and wife. Hunting
ton; F. Notion, wife and children. Brandon;
Mrs. J. A. Garment. Ms Ethel Garment: W.
X. Taylor and wife. Margaret G. Taylor Roae
K. Taylor. Mansfield: A. J. Stelneman. Pan
Francisco: D. Hurophy and wife. Tacoma:
Mrs. J. C Hammond. Seattle; V. M. Vlckers
and wife. New Tork: G, R. Guppy, San Fran-
The Orrxea Mrs. Frank Yaushan. As
toria: C. B. Sharp. Seattle; T. S. Farrell. A.
C Dennis. St. Louis: W. H. Sherrod. Se
attle: F. P. Warrlnr. Las Veaaa. N. M.: a
W. Hadler. Seattle: J. McCIellan. Kala
mazoo: Mrs. O. L. Peck. R. P. Clarke, city:
E. R. IngersoU. Charles B. Merrick. Seattle;
Ward Gardner, San Francisco: C M. Sage.
Baker Cltr: W. J. Connors. Georse A.
Beavts. Vancouver: J. W. Welnland, Chi
cago: F. E. Dlngley. Lemoon. Cal.; Miss
Black. Eugene: Charles Henley. San Fran
cisco: X O. Bullock, dtr: C- S: Frteland and
wife. Eocene: H. K. Dent. Seattle: S. H.
Xaxer. Astoria; J. M. McFarlantl. San Fran
cisco: iu b. svmlnston. Beiungnaxn: Jonn
McLelland. Chlcaro: J. P. D. Smldt. Ta
coma; H. E. Elliott, San Francisco: O. F.
Robinson. Kansas City: T. E. Reed and wife.
Tacoma: W. H. Daniels. Chicago; L. F.
Pare. R. N. Brown. St. Paul: Mrs. Charles
H. Miller. Pendleton: A. E. Frost, Minne
apolis; J. P. Whitney, Tacoma: Gilbert
Hunt, uin Mabelle Hunt. TValla Walla: L.
W. Wade. Tacoma: John Twohr. Spokane:
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Hyland. city: B. H.
camp ana child. Seattle; Mrs. Maud S.
Mitchell. Miss Vera SommervilU. The
Dalles; H. F. Williams. St. Louis; E. T.
Ressler Monmouth: P. L. Campbell. Eu
gene: Mrs. D. C Lazier. Condon: A. Bureh-
am and wife. Kelso. Wash.; F. D. P. FelleV.
u. jonnson. san Francisco; W. T. cnutter.
Seattle; John H. Lewis. Salem: B. L. Dcane.
Forest Grove: Jay Smith. J. C Pier. city.
Mn. Florida Bamberger. Los Anetfes: E.
Dugsar. Tacoma: A. H. Doane. Omaha: E.
R. Hermlston. Sprinrfleld: G. M. Whltson
andVwlfe. Walla Walla: J. H. SIm.on. Sdo-
kane: M. V. Fletcher. Walla Walla: J. S.
Hlndman. Spokane: C D. Charles and wife.
Philadelphia: E. A. xewhaus and wire.
Chicago: B. I. Windsor and wife. Kenosha;
r . D. Hill. Tacoma: P. Autzen. Georae I
Davis. Hoqulam: Mrs. L. L. Chemln. Miss
Julia Chemln. San Francisco; C S. Hamp
ton. Chicago: J. L. Damon. Seattle: Thomas
T. Halloran. San Francisco: Dr. D. C Laaler.
tonaon: s. i sweetiand. city; J. Q. Fer
guson, city: F. W. Bullock. Jr.. Chicago: M.
k. usjeer. chicaa-o: j. p. Blank, sr. Louis:
C E. Detwller. Tacoma; W. C Loeb. Chi
cago: William J. Keelr. Joseph F. Keely,
Ht. Louis: F. A. Markler and wife, cltr:
Dr. I. J. Whitney and wife. Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Vanlott. Miss Julia. Angel. MadiUa.
rf. T-: O. H. Schous. Chicago: E. R. Coffin.
Huntington: Otto Fischer. O. W. Fischer,
Chicago: Dan Crtmmlns and wife. New
Tork; C. W. Hadler. Seattle: J. W. Hell
bronner. Hood River; Mrs. E. CockrilU T.
1 . UOCJciilL lira. T. I. Cockrin Fresno. Cat-
B. L. Doane. Forest Grove: F. C tfillesple,
city; G. M. Homans. Forest Service.
The Perkins J. E. Stratton. Newberst
Or.: William Kyle. R. M. Soanale. Florence
Dr. Ida Stone. Miss French. Klamath Falls;
Mrs. Emma Garner. Montesano: G. E. Plneo,
uooa Kiver: trta watkins and wire, si,
Helens: J. BIffar. New Tork: A. Gvlfe. Aber-
deen. Wash-i W. C Copenhagen and wife.
ML Pleasant: Louise Maxwell. Orient. Or.;
V. P. FIske. Dallas. Or.: Mrs. D. W. Ralston.
Fossil. Or.: Mrs. C A. E- Kin. Mitchell, or.
C A. Schneider. Garden City. Kait.": Charles
Cunningham. Pendleton. Or.. W. F. Grande,
San Francisco; C S. Farrow. Eugene. Or.,
James L. RIsley and wife. Pleasantvllle.
2. J.: W. Q. Warner. Los Angeles: C T.
McDerltt. Corvallis: R. B. Wilson. Walla
Walla: E. M. Buck. Oakland. Cat.; Mrs. L.
Mohr. Wasco. Or. : T. Smith and wife. Camnt.
Wash.: H. T. Prince. Dundee. Or.: James W.
West. W. D. LIttlefleld. Hood River; P. A.
Smith. Toppenish. Wash.. F. C Howard.
San Francisco: V. A. Hancock. Tacoma; Mrs.
JS. li. Reid. Mrs. T. spencer. Astoria: C I
Allen. Denver: H. M. Keefar, Vancouver.
B. C: C E. White. Everett, Wash.; F. M
Nelson. McMlnnvllle: H. .Eaxan. Mrs. G. W
Toung. Seattle: Chauncey Pettlbone. Po'o,
iil; w. l Tooey. oiex; airs. a. Td. Too 1
Eugeae: W. S. Foster. San Francisco: Mini
A. C Wright, North Yakima: Mrs. E. 1
Curtlsa. Utcbfleld. Mich.; H. E. Tweedy
and wife. Dayton. Wash.: Mrs F. L. Crlf-
11 a. Tacoma. Wash.: A. H. Schorn and wife.
Kansas Cltr. Mo.: W. R. Bender. Chloride.
Or.: L. Jacobson, Chicago: M. A. Green. Se
attle: J. L4wis Jirnltn. Long Beach. Cal.
Charles E. Moores and wife. Sebttle; Mrs.
Ttutn woire. Loudsburg. caL: L. L. Westfall
Spokane: J. A. Stermer and wife. Miss Bter-
mer. Cincinnati: L. w. Cousins. Treks, Cat
J. J. Noel. To:fpph. Nev.: F. A. Markley,
ciiy: a. 3ianBarr. &ait Laae: u. c Palmer.
Bridal Veil: C J. Black. F. S. Brownell. K.
jioiaacni. La uraaae: J. li. JJrennan. Hi
paria: James Mcauahton aad wife, Goble.
ur.; tu al oruce. romeroy. wasn.; It; g.
Roberta and wife. E. T. Tidd and wife.
North Tamhlll: Fred W. Godard. O. W. b.
I. it. it.; KeIoi w. Hawiey. Grangevllle
O. H. HUIIker. Spokane; E. C Goodwin
aad wue. The wanes; li. v. Gates. Hills
The Iaaperlal E. KuykendalL F. Mortillrl.
L-. Has. W. C. Wlaslow. M. Mitchell. M.
vs seda. Dan Keiiy. university of Oregon
O: Wtaalflgstada.Sdo arandsco; C A. Hardy.
Bag ear; Messrs. Cathy. Swame. Schroder. Bel
don. Goodrich. Flan. Trlmm. Corvallis: W. E.
W las lew. Begene; Mrs. J. A. Fulton. Aa-
torta: MIsa Mildred Smith. Mis Maud Rosa.
Miss Nellie Wilson. Miss Rser Haramerstrom.
Mlsa Madge Fulton. CorvallU: A. R. Tiffany.
Eaxcae: A. J. Crane. Seattle: B. T. Pal.
lettr. Saa Fraad-see: S. D. Stoddard, New
totk: t . crtaan. j. craun. cur; ub. . h.
Hartley. T. Gleasen. Goldtadale: I. Maraskl
San Fraaclsco: S. B. Hlatoa. HUlsboro; A. F,
TBner; Dauan: J. vvitsoa. Aarora: j. a.
PrtdBtare. cnicaxor h. k. rnwtiu Baltimore
J. li. Blnghaas- J. Kftrtlr. EUgeKe; W. Clark.
Hlgit Scheel: C. Etosass. Sid BetKh; V. E.
dssk Estgese: Messrs. Grewsaaa. Smith
xs. Beaaa, Davott. Cbrvallls: B. F. Krelter.
Seattle; MIbob Oakea The Dallea; J. M. Ayers.
Kelae: Dr. FaaH, Baker City; T. T. Laae aad
wife. Taauaia: J- JJ. carreH. Seattle: W
Scales- aad wife. Central la; P. J. LaefcBert,
Saa Francisco; J. G. Deaateg;' Seattle; F.
X. LonreH. Salem: C. D. Lataarelle. Onwem
CHr: L. Lawe. Huttaa: B. J. Ketll, SL
Heteaa: A. S. Morris aad wife: J. C Scott,
'VSaHa. Walla; K. S. JHxWr. Ketear w. T.
SHvaB RaMlBMn-: A. B. CJartea aad wife,
Cape Km; J. D. Devlta aad wife, Xarta
WANTS GRAFT H
The "AierkaB Laiilenan" Gets
a Woiderfal Story froi CahVM
foraia Tbe Editor's Coiieats
The remarkable article following, with
the editor's comraents thereon. Is taken
from the AMERICAN LUMBERMAN n
the able exponent of the. lumper interestiiH
of the country:
Editor. "AMERICAN LUMBERMAN,
Dear Sir: We are aware that there is
a great deal of Bright's Disease and Dia
betes arnon? the 1 amber fraternity in
general and many others, and I feeL as
though It Is my duty to say to the sufUi?
ferlng that we have a remedy on this
Coast which has a record for alleviating
the sufferings of 85 per" cent of the pa
tients who nave tried it. In one case in
f articular a man 73 years old that the
octors had given up. about a year ago
somebody advised the old gentleman of it
and today he Is working at his business,
as a photographer, and says that age is -against
him. of course, but he does not "
anticipate that he will die of Bright's
I have In mind another case which five
eminent doctors of pallfomia and the
East had given up. This was a very
prominent man and the attending physi
cians said he couldn't live 12 hours. His
family tried It and It kept him alive for1
five weeks. Owing to a climatic change
he died, but I am satisfied that had he
acted on my advice and taken It a year
sooner, he would be alive today.
Several men of prominence and wealth
have been saved. Ono I would mention
In particular, is a former Justice ot the
Supreme Court, who was clven un by the
doctors 12 years ago. but he Is allvo to
day. And I know ot many people, both""
rich and poor, it has helped.
About six years afro a couple of South
ern Pacific railroad conductors contracted
Bright 8 disease, and they went up into
the mountains to camp; the doctors said
they could not live more than a year.
and .somebody suggested It to them and
1 nave Deen inrormea Dy parties wno
know them that they are atraln at their
posts and consider themselves fully cured.
I am not doinjr this for any pecunlary
gain for myself, neither will I give the
name of the medicine; but If anybody In
terested win write to me, sending stamps"
for reply, etc.. I will see that they are
supplied with literature sufficient to
satisfy any one (except, perhaps, a phy
sician) of the merit of the preparation
and that it will prolong life If not cure
the disease. All I ask is that the party
send stamps with his or her Inquiry
cents would probably be enough) to cover
the postage on the reading matter to oe
While I do not consider myself auite as
a-ood an authority on medical matters as
on lumber. I feel that I am In duty bound
to let your readers know or the existence
of this thing and that It will help such
as are afflicted with these diseases, and
probably cure them.
If there will be any charge for this
send me the bill and I will gladly remit.
lor 1 feel tnat tms is the least 1 cap ao
to heln my fellowman. I would say to
you further that I do not know the party
wno puts up tnis meaicine. neitner ao 1
know anybody connected "with the 'insti
tution. I do know, however, that the
preparation will help the human familyv
I ao r.ot know or more man one or two
doctors on the Coast who recommend It.
for the simple reason that the party will
not civc the complete formula to the
medical fraternity, therefore they will not
prescnoc 11. m certain coses, imweycr,
they have prescribed It under a different
name and have reaped the benefit of its
CUreS. J. 1AJIU3.
San Francisco. Cal.. December 2. 130o.
"(The curd comes highly recommended.
Mr. Harris standing in the lumber trade
and as a man Is known to many of the
fraternity. The LUMBERMAN is pleased
to give prominence to mis statement Dy
Mr. Harris and as for sending him a bill.
our answer Is similar to tnat given Dy
the little boy with the apple, when asked
for the core: There aln t goln to be no
The Idea of a specific belns: so' effective
as to cause arr enthusiastic spectator cni
tlrcly unknown to the compounders, to
advertise It at his own expense and the
declination of a great paper of National
circulation to accept pay for same is cer
tainly an experience that no history par
The article refera to the recoveries be
ing made by Fulton's Compound and
was a3 mucn a surprise io me .emion
people as to anybody. They .knew noth
ing of It till 30 days after the article ap
We, too. will see mat people desiring
It are sent literature concerning this lm
WOOUAKU, ULAriivt. . c lu., runi-
L.A.N U. UK. -
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Ralev. Pendleton; T. H. Curtis. Astoria; R.
F. Thurston, crawrorusvuie: u. wiron.
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Goldendale: W. F. Nelson. Seattle: T. E.
Edgewater. R. A. Prleat. Jr.. San Francisco;
R. H. Ccshone. Etgln: G. E. Johnson. Dallas;
H. F HolIennecK. Jsugene; e. u. oiauejv
r n i-l gt r !!.( t n ir.wiM
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Mooca. O. Bean. University of Oregon: J. Mi'
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Oregon City: A. J. Cooper. U. S. A.; A. W. '
Stowell. Arlington; J. O. A cam. Mil rr-
elsco: W. B. Mapes. Astoria; George R.
Tophara. Seattle; H. G. Holley, St. Joseph;
Mo.; A. C. Dixon. Eugene; G. T. Forsyth.
city; F. M. HODson. i. w. james, caiein.
The St. Charles Dora Ware, city: C
Hansen: R. V. Moore. Corvallis; C. Greweii.
Butte City; C. H. White. Scott'a Mills; H. S.
Rand, city: W. W. Lewis: G. Baskbury, San
Francisco: S. Barbee. P. Hutton. city: L
Luestcher, San Francisco: C G. Nbcon. Cori
vallls: D. Grlsett and wife. Oak Point; R. W,"
Douglas. city; H. W. Hayes. Viola; W. Dolph.
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liams. HOOd Kiver: w. tsranaon. u. t ocan
Ion. A. Johnson. San Franclaco; B. Root,
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Lempke. Olympla: R. Palmer. W. Hon. Baker
City; H. U. Duke. Yacolt; Mrs. D..E. Fllker
son and family, city: Ft C Taylor. Miss Eaton.
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H. Rutschek. Bellfountaln: D. J. Sheneneld
Salem: W. H. Myers. Pe Ell: H. Bammon and
wife. South Bend: J. H. Nup and wife. Eu
faula: W. E. Burke. Seaside; O. E. Richards.
Astoria; H. Shearer. More: T. C. Taylor: Mrs.
Eaton: G. Johnson, Deer Island; O. Wyatt.
city: A. Hanson. Eufaula; O. Dramm, A.
Hotel Dosselly. -Tacoma. Washlagtoa.
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ar-dsy. Trs 'baa.
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With This Wonderful Scientific Discovery I
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pertcct hearing .again; and I say to thosa
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