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THE MOKNIXG OKEGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY, 5, 1902.
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OUT FOR GOOD JOBS
Candidates for County 'and
GREAT WEALTH OF MATERIAL
SiM fE ?i - ACTOR WEILL MAD AT ELKS
vommissioner Mack expires this year, and I
thus far hut onp rnnrHnfn Vine 'inntirnl i
to succeed him, Thomas llislop. of the
Candidates for ritv nfTlnnc VinT-n nnt ift
bestirred themselves In the energetic man- !
v ui uiuh' wno seeK oilice under tne
county government. Mayor Rowc, City
Auditor Devlin. City Treasurer, J. E. Wer
leln and City Engineer Chase are all can
didates for re-election, and no opposition
has appeared up to date. This by no
means implies a walkover, but rather a
wanness In announcing at a prematurely
early date. City Attorney J. M. Long
ha.- a desire to be on the state ticket for
Attorney-General, and will not seek re
nomlnation to his present office.
Many Are nt "Work for Rcpulillcai
Nomination. Evidently IlelieviiiK
Tli ut They- Are Then as Good
Beware! Take car!
Last he cau-h you unaware.
For he lias a cordial air,
lie is Jaunt, debonair;
Don't ttare. he'll declare
He's your friend upon the square
And his inmost s-oul is bare.
Take care! Hew are!
He's a wily politician, and he's hoping to get
Get where? Where's there?
It's a nice, warm olilce chair.
"Where the work lb light and easy, and the sal-
arj is fair.
He can bear the public glare
If the public payh his fare.
Just'now he'j in detpair
For his fences need repair,
Promises that Cidn't wear
Must be fixed if he get THEItE
So beware! Have a care
For the wily politician who would fill a public
The soft lullaby of crooning political
bees, buzzing around the Courthouse and
City Hall, will grow harsh and discord
ant as the harvest of honey approach.es.
It Is the time of the glad hand, and pol
iticians are getting busy. Candidates are
as thick as testimonials for a ouccessfu!
cure of "that tired feeling." and some of
them will hear the unsoothlng strains of
the coon ditty which tells of the rear seat
and how to reach it. County Clerk Swet
iand is the only one known thus far who
declares emphatically that he not only is
not a candidate for re-election, but does
not want any oilice. "When Mr. Swetiand
was appointed to Ml the vacancy result
ing from the death of lite predecessor,
Hanley H. Holmes, he announced that his
political aspirations would end with com
pletion of the term. The declaration was
not marvelous, similar statements have
been heard many times, but that Mr.
Swetiand should have really meant It Is
surprising, and other -candidates are not
yet sure but that the news e too good to
The machine's campaign assessment "has
not yet been called for. and there is some
speculation as to what the amount win
be. Heretofore it has been customary lor
the oiiiec-ho.ders and employes who oweu
their positions to their aiiiliation with
the machine to give up half of one
month's salary. Tlure is apprelienslor
about the corridors these dav that an
unusually hard light is In prospect., and
for that reason It may be necessary to
request a larger proportion than for
merly. This is but rumor, as no funds
have been asked for yet. according to best
obtainable reports, but those who have
contributed in the past know that the
matter has been deferred not forgotten.
Declarations of Intention oh the part or
candidates for county oilices have been
in the air for some time, and particularly
active are the aspirants for the places of
Sheriff and County Clerk. They are by
far the two best berths on the list, ana
the larger salary attached to the former
place is in a measure offset by the amount
of patronage which will go with tiu
County C.erk's oilice, by reason of the
consolidation of three oilices into one. By
the merger, which goes into effect at the
expiration of the terms of the present in
cumbents, the oflices of Circuit Court and
County Court Clerks, and Recorder ot
Conveyances, will be Joined together, and
the new oiiicial will be known as County
Clcrk. Upward of 30 cltiks will be ap
pointed by the County Clerk, with extra
appointments at times when pressure ot
work requires additional clerical aid. For
example, in extension of tax rolls and
registration, it is necessary to increase
the force for a considerable number. The
salary is but J2500. as against $4300 for
Sheriff, but possibilities for building up
an effective political machine are vastl
As suited in the foregoing, possibility of
Mr. Swetiand being a candidate has been
eliminated by his own declaration. S. C.
Beach, present Recorder of Conveyances,
which otlite was abolished by the merger,
is a candidate. The name of F. A. Ban
croft, former State Senator, Is used ir.
that connection. Three of the deputies
now In oilice are also out for the posi
tion, if rumor may be credited in the ab
sence of di Unite announcements. They
are W. G. Stimson. N. H. Alexander an.i
A. N. Gambell, the latter ex-City Au
ditor. For Sheriff there is Penumbra Kelly, ex
Sherlfr. and others. Sheriff Frazler Is not
si candidate for re-election. Dan J. Moore.
Thomas McNamee. Constable, and John
P. Beit. ex-Constable, are In the race for
the nomination. Another candidate is N.
H. Bird, who ran as an independent can
didate two oars ago. In omositlon to Mr.
Frazer. W. D. Steel, Roadmaster and ex
County Commissioner, who was legis attd
out of the latter ofllee by an act reduc
ing the number of Commissioners, is alter
the place, as is also W. A. Storey. ex
Mayor. County Commissioner J. G. Mack
lias announced his candidacy for the nomi
nation of Sheriff, and his close aiiiliation
with the machine Is making other aspir
ants dubious as to what strength he has
which has not yet appeared. Other names
mentioned are those of H. W. Thielsen,
Peter Hobkirk and Harry Meyer.
Judge W. M. Cake, present County
Judge, is not a candidate for another
term. The little birds are saying that
Judge Cake is to be a candidate for Gov
ernor, and that he expects to land the
nomination. As his successor two candi
dates are being talked of. One is Munic
ipal Judge George J. Cameron, who, ills
friends say. would consider it a promo
tion to go from his present judicial posi
tion to the County Judgeship, and the
other is J. P. Kennedy, at present Circuit
Court Clerk, which is to be under the
County. Clerk hereafter. Another candi
date who is being urged for the nomina
tion is Otto J. Kraemer, at present Justice
of the Peace-. As Judge Cameron's suc
cessor on tli municipal bench. Frank J.
Hennessey Is the only one who has been
discussed to any extent. Undoubtedly oth
ers will want the nomination: there are
some who say that Judge Cameron will be
a candidate to succeed himself, and dis
credit the statement that he would be
pleased to follow Judge Cake in the Coun
The County Auditor has been taken
from the list of appointive oilices and
made elective. The present Incumbent.
"William H. Pope, would like to succeed
himself, and an opposition candidate is
being talked of in the person of L. D. Cole,
who is Mr. Pope's deputy.
So far as is known, four candidates are
actively in the race for nomination for
County Treasurer Thomas Scott Brooke
would succeed himself, and two ex-treasurers
are on the list. They are A. W.
Lambert and Ralph AV. Hoyt. while John
"W. Lewis, deputy under .both Hoyt and
Lambert, thinks that he would like to
have the position, and his friends are
working in his behalf. Lewis was lor
merly Postmaster at East Portland, and
is now In the Sheriff's oilice. Charles E.
McDonell, present County Assessor, is
a candidate for the place. R. S. Green
leaf, who was defeated for the office by
Captain McDonell at the last election,
wants to try for it again, and a third
candidate has appeared in George E. Wat
kins. County Surveyor John A. Hurlburt
SUFFERED IXI1IGMTIES, HE SAYS,
DURING LODGE INITIATION.
They Hit Him With Stuffed Club, and
He Balked "A SI.hV Say
WANTS TO LIGHT THE CITY
Ilonrd of Public "Works Hnx Inquiry
From Another Promoter.
The Board of Public Works met in the
City Hall yesterday afternoon, with Pres
ident MilK who had been ill for several
days, in the chair, and Messrs. Williams.
Chase and Breyman present. The first
uuftiness ueiore me meeting was a com
munication from S. O. King, of Bing
hamton, X. Y., asking about the street
James Xeill. the actor, who recently
appeared in Portland with his company.
Is having a great row with the Benevo
lent and Protective Order of Elks. They
started In to initiate Mr. Xeill in the
Spokane Lodge last Saturday night, and
he balked In the middle of the ceremony,
made an indignant denunciation of the
Elks, who, he said, had imposed Intoler
able indignities on his person, and with
drew from the lodgeroom. It seems that
some too enthusiastic member of the or
der undertook to apply a stuffed club to
the anatomy of the actor, and he balked.
He has not added to the serenity of the
situation by making public a letter, in
which he roundly denounces the persons
who maltreated him. "For the first time
in Its history," he says, "a member of
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lighting of the city. Mr. King had heard J
that the contract for lighting the' city ,
would expire in 1002. and he wished to
Know u competition lor tne next con
tract was desired. If so. he said, he
wished to be advised in time, so that,
were his bid accepted, he would have
time to establish a plint in Portland.
President Mills said the contract for
lighting the city did not expire until
December 31. 1302. He suggested that
bids be advertised for, and that the mat
ter be laid over until May for further
Contracts for street improvements were
awarded as follows:
East Burnside street, from Eist Eighth
to Twenty-eighth Smyth & Howard.
East Fourteenth, from Belmont to Haw
thorne avenue Reilly & Stevens. $;i(M C7.
Contracts for sewer improvements weie
awarded as follows:
East Taylor street, from East Twenty
third to a point 175 feet cast Reilly
Stevens. $91 CO.
East Everett street, from East Xinc
tenth to the Sandy roid Reilly Stevens,
Michigan avenue, from Fremont street
to the Beech-street sewer $125 0L
Weidler street, from East Seventeenth
to East Xincteenth Frainey & Keating,
A communication was received from
the Brooklyn Sub-Board of Trade ask- i
ing that East Second street be extended ;
from Hawthorne avenue to Division
street. It was referred to the City En- j
gineer for investigation.
Estimates of expenses for February )
were presented, as follows: '
City Engineer, for salaries and other j
expenses, $2737: for street repairs. $1330 97. (
Pound department, $312. j
Cemetery. labor, fuel, etc, $375. j
City Hall, $575.
Street-cleaning deportment, including
libor. feed. etc.. $3301 23.
The. necessity of a stone foundation for '
the city barns was brought up. and Mr. '
Williams thought it should be built at
once. The employes of the street-clean- ,
ing department who are now idle, he
said, might be put to work making the I
excavation, and the contract for the ma- .
sonry could be let. The matter was re
ferred to City Engineer Chase.
ON LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY.
Yonng 3Ien'n Republican Club Will
A meeting of the Portland Young Men's'
i?oniibilf.in Club was held last evening, at
the headquarters, 207 Worcester block.
The membership was increased by the
j election of about 50 new members. The
i Unnnin lmnniiet committee made a fav
orable reiort on the general interest taken
in the banquet to be given on the anni
versary of Lincoln's birthday, February
12, bv the club.
Tickets can be secured from any of the
following members, of the committee:
Charles E. Lockwood. Emmet Drake,
John B. Coffy, Victor A. Jullen, J. P. Kav
anaugh X. H. Alexander. C. A,
Bell. Edwin Mays. J. W. Bcveridge. Dan
J Moore. T. M. Edmunds. Charles Fra
zler. C. E. McDonell and AV. M. Davis.
The toasts and responses, as partially
arranged, arc as follows:
"The President of the United States."
"The State of Oregon" Governor T. T. Goer.
"The County of Multnomah" Judge AV. M.
"The City of Portland" Joel SI. Long.
"Lincoln, the Executive" C. W. Fulton.
"Lincoln, the Legislator" J. X. Williamson.
"Lincoln, the Lnwer" A. C. Woodcock.
"Lincoln, the Republican" W. S Duniway.
"Lincoln, the Orator" George C. Rrownell.
"The Young Man in Politics" J. P. Kava
naugh. FOR LEWIS RIVER.
The condition of the river permitting,
steamer Mascot will mike a trip to Lew
is River, leaving Thursday morning at
Economy and strength are combined in
Hood's Sarsaparlila, the. best medicine
raniifv can buy.
my family has received an insulting blow
and been powerless to resent it." And he
intimates that men of "liner sensibilities"
are not In place among the Elks. The
Spokane Spokesman-Review of Mondiy
prints a long and breezy account of the
affair: but evidently the paper had no re
porter present, fo.r it does a deal of guess
ing as to just what happened. Following
the publication Mr. Xeill made public the
following letter, which gives a reason ibly
satisfactory account of the affair from his
standpoint and the ensuing efforts to
patch up a peace.
Dear Friend Rockwell: 1 have had time to
think over and sleep over the events of Satur
day, and am conscientiously bound to withdraw
the authority given to have you attempt to
patch up ' the dltiiculty. Reflection convinces
me that my protest against pergonal indignity
and coarse buffoonery was timely and entirely
For the first time In its history, a member
of ny family has received an insulting blow
rnd been powerless to resent it. I am gratc
jl to the young man. who, in the discharge
of his lofty functions, wielded the stick with
which, while blindfolded. J. was struck from
lhind the moment of my entrance lnjto your
inner sanctum, for his courtesy In afterward
apologizing to me in the ante-room.
If your wish to compromise the matter had
prevailed, and I had been allowed, after my
tirst exit in disgust, to re-enter the lodgeroom.
I should have begged your ofliccrs to permit
me to take any obligation that would have
made an Elk of me Hut I should not have
submitted in the second Instance any more
than In the first to personal indignity. I know
that word lnd'gnlty you have protested against,
but I have been unable to find a soRer word
to descilbe the lnlllctlon. under the circum
stances, of a blow with a stuffed club.
I congratulate myself that I w not lntimt-dat-d
into the customary cowardly submission
to the indignities, the flrvt and probably the
mlMest of which was sulllcknt to make me
declare myself and withdraw. I wish you to
War In mind that you and other members of
your lodge. Immediately prior to my entrance
into the chamber of Initiation, had assured
me that no undue liberties would be attempt
ed, and that I would be treated ns a serious
minded gentleman who had placed himself for
initiation la the hand" of other gentlemen.
I assured you In the anteroom when 1 de
clined to remove part of my clothing as a pre
lude to adopting the highwayman's mask and
nightgown that I should resent any assault
ujon my person or any low buffoonery. It was
only because of tho solemn assurance I re
ceived that I permitted myself to be led blind
folded into your lodgeroom. The responsibility
for my Indignant declination and ravage re
buke rests not with me.
I wish for no controversy, nor have I any
desire lor a quarrel with the Spokane lodge.
It contains too many personal friends. I Mmply
think you gentlemen arc wrong In your atti
tude toward an initiate. You do not take your
order seriously enough nor perform the rites of
initiation with dignity enough to Invite Into
your ranks men of finer sensibilities. For you.
dear friend of SO yar.. I assure you I enter
tain no other feeling but of profound attach
ment and deep regard, and not the least of
my regrets is that as my proposer you should
have suffered any embarrassment.
Exalted Ruler George E. Chamberlain,
of the Portland Lodge of Elks, was asked
last night how far he thought Mr. Xeill
might be justified in his action. "Xeill
vas not justified at all." said Mr. Cham
berlain. "I do not understand Just what
he has to complain about. It would seem
that some things happened that are not
In the regular Initiation ceremony, and
these, it appears, Xeill is making the
row about. I suppose that some of the
Spokane men gave him some things he
did not like' because of his apparent un
willingness to stand the Initiation. Some
of the best men In the United States are
Elks. President McKinley was one, and
I hardly think any one will imagine that
a man of his great dignity would have
submitted to Improper or humiliating
treatment, and have remained a loyal
Elk, as he did till he died. Very many,
prominent men in Oregon are Elks, and"
they are men in every sense of the word.
Xclil's a sissy. That's an exact descrip
tion of him. He's a sissy."
ANACONDA ELKS RETALIATE.
Prominent Men Cancel Their Orders
for Seats nt Neill'it Show. .
SPOKAXE, Wash., Feb. 4. A Spokesman-Review
special from Anaconda,
Indications Dolnt to severe remedies be
ing applied to Actor James Xeill, because
of the public statement the matinee fa
vorite made through the Anaconda Stand
ard thto morning. In which he so bitterly
denounced- the Benevolent and Protective
Order of Elks of Spokane. Just where
the heavy gale which has already started
will end cannot even be surmised, but from
indications In Butte and Anaconda today
It is apparent that members of that lodge
are extremely vexed at the actor's atti
tude. Early this morning, when it became
generally known that Mr. Xeill had made
n public statement of the transactions he
had with the Spokane Elks, the matter
at once took precedence over all topics
of discussion, and not only the Elke. but
others, became deeply Interested. In Butte
the Elks declared they would remain
away from the presentation of "Barbara
Freitchle" at the Sutton Opera-House, and
tonight's audience proved that they were
The Elks order has an extremely largo
patronage, both In Ariaconda and Butte,
and the lodge members have determined
to make a fight against what they say
is a most disgusting condition of affairs
brought out by Mr. Xeill. The Butto
lodge will hold a regular meeting Thurs
day night, and advices from there today
state that action will be taken .on the
Xeill letter, which was published in this
city, where the actor appears with his
company tomorrow evening. The movement
of the Elks has brought about an unusual
ly strong opposition, and many who en
gaged tickets In advance of the perform
ance tomorrow night have canceled their
orders. This fact. In view of the recent
trouble In Anaconda in getting good at
tractions, shows to some extent how far
the Elks are disposed to carry their fight.
Manager Collins, of the Margaret The
ater, said he hoped to have a good house,
but was not sure how It would turn out.
This statement was made during the day.
It was not possible to see the manager
this evening, but from his assistants if
was learned that among the many who
had canceled their tickets ordered were:
County Attorney J. H. Duffy, J. J. Hen
nessy, manager of the Carroll store; Dr.
McDonald. Dr. Gutellus. Judge Fitzpat
rlck, president of the Anaconda School
Board, and W. B. Webb, of the Anaconda
Company. These were but a few of the
most prominent ones who withdrew their
orders for tickets. Members of other
lodges similar to the Elks have taken an
active part in the dlscuscion. and all have
thus far expressed themselves as against
the position taken by Mr. Xeill.
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Novelty Cotton Waists in exclusive styles Large variety 2a iicor.
ELKS FORDIDDEN TO TALK.
Something Likely to Drop at Special
SPOKAXE. Wash.. Feb. 4 Local Elks
have been forbidden to talk on the streets
of the Xeill episode, but tomorrow night
a special meeting will be held at which It Is
expected something will drop. The senti
ment of 55 per cent of the local Elks Is Tor
making an example of Xeill of taking the
matter to the grand lodge. Other secret
society men here are also Indignant. To
night the Elks are holding an open ses
sion for ladies, and the great temple Is
filled, over a thousand brothers and their
women folks being In evidence in the
dancing-hall, lodgeroom and enrdrooms.
TO ADVERTISE 1905 FAIR.
Application In Sent to WaKlttnRton
for Stnmp-Cnneellngr Device.
Postmaster Croasman yesterday for
warded to the First As.-istant Postmaster
General at Washington the application of
the Lewis and Clark authorities for an
advertisement In the canceling stamp used
at the Portland postofllce. President Cor
bett selected this legend as the proper one
to be printed on all letters leaving Port
land In the coming three years and a hair:
: LEWIS AND CLARK CENTENNIAL. :
: PORTLAND. OREGON, :
: ltwo. :
The precise arrangement of the letter
ipg will be left to the designer of the new
Postmaster Croasman sent a ctrong in
dorsement of the application with It. also
urging prompt action, and there Is no
doubt that Portland will soon be equipped
with facilities for advertising the Lewis
and Clark celebration to the world
through the instrumentality of the Post
Lewis and Clark stockholders who "will
not be able to attend the stockholders'
meeting called for February 12, at 246
Washington street, are requested to exe
cute proxies for their stock and leave
them with Secretary Reed at that loca
tion. He has blanks on hand, and those
who wish to give proxies may easily ar
range the matter by calling there.
"Willamette" and "Eldred-ze B" Sewing Machines at very low prices.
New Wash Fabrics of every descr.ption A saving if you buy today.
Last Day of
The Clearance Sale
Tonight at 6 ends the 1902 Clear
ance Sale is there a household or
wearing apparel want remaining un
filled? Ask yourself this question,
then hurry to the store and reap the
benefit of the remarkable low prices
prevailing on all lines of merchandise
Not for another year will the oppor
tunity be afforded for such general
The Rummage Sale
Will continue through the week Hundreds of
shoppers have been lining the remnant counters
the past two days In every department we picked
out all odds and ends resulting from the great
selling of the past thirty days and marked the
different lots at prices that will move them double
quick Unusual bargains are offered in remnants
of Table Linen, Toweling, Cottons, Silks, Dress
Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, Wash Goods,
Carpets, Curtain Materials, etc. Odds and ends
in Lace Curtains, Gloves, Notions, Men's Fur
nishings, Shoes, Cloaks, Waists, Iluslin Under
MEIER & FRANfc COMPANY MEIER & FRANK COMPANY
HARTRODT HASN'T CONFESSED
lie Make an Indignant Denial That
lie la Implicated In Murder.
Harmon Hartrodt. arrested, charged
with complicity In the murder of Police
man Robinson, in San Francisco, was
restless and nervous in his cell at the
City Jail yesterday, vehemently protest
ing his Innocence. He was seen last night
by an Oregonian man. and he said: "If
you want to do me a favor, say to every
body that It is untrue I confessed to com
plicity In the murder of the policeman. 1
have confessed nothing, as I've nothing to
confess. I have not been to San Fran
cisco for two years."
"The San Francisco police say they can
prove you lived In a house on Turk street,
San Francisco, up to the morning of the
murder." remarked the reporter.
"It's a lie." said Hartrodt. with des
perate energy. "I'm willing to face ail
those live suspects, and anybody else in
San Francisco, and give them a chance to
say they know me. They can't do it. 1
don't know the man Henderson, who waa
shot by the police: nor do I know Court
ney. I know the names by reading them
In the papers. I know I'm to be taken to
Frisco. I ain't afraid."
"The police cannot find any trace of
your having been shot, at The Dalles, at
the time you mentioned," was remarked.
"I never said that I was shot at The
Dalles. I said I was shot In a row about
fivo miles this side of The Dalles," In
sisted the prisoner, going back on the
LAST OPPORTUNITY for a year
to get your pick of this big store
full of high-class merchandise at close
cut prices. In view of the enthusiastic
response that has for five weeks at
tended this sale it seems almost need
less to remind you to BRING YOUR
LISTS AND FILL THEM TODAY.
Our headlines alone will be sufficient
invitation if you care to. save money.
statement he made last Sunday. Then he
said, after a pause: "If I see Henderson
and Courtney, maybe I'd know them un
der other names. You see, a fellow knows
many a man In going around the country.
No, I never rode on brakebeams. I've al
ways paid my way. like other people. Call
again befofe I go."
Detective Sergeant DInan will probably
leave with his prisoner for San Fran
cisco in a day or two.
SAILOR FATALLY INJURED
William Dwyer Falls Down Hatch
way of Ship ArdnumnrcliRn.
By falling down the' hatchway of the
Brltlah ship Ardnamurchan last evening
"William Dwyer. a sailor boy aged 19, re
ceived fatal Injuries.
He was engaged in putting on th
hatches, when he lost his balance and
fell a distance of about 25 feet. He sus
tained acompound fracture and a broken
back. He was taken as soon as possible
to the Good Samaritan Hospital, where
his injuries were given surgical attention.
These are so serious, however, that he is
not expected to live.
Captnin of Whitman Eleven.
WALLA WALLA, Wash., Feb. 4. Late
tonight the Whitman football men of last
year's team chose Edward La Fayette
Chittenden, left halfback, as captain for
The way Salva-cea cures piles.
' Additional Spring
New Veilings, Hosiery, Wash Silks, Waisting
Flannels, falser Ladies' Neckwear, European
Novelties in Drapery and Upholstery Materials,
Lace Curtains, IQid Gloves.
New Spring Dress Goods
Silks, Cotton Wash Fabrics, Embroideries, Im
ported Shirt' Waist Lengths, New Manhattan
Shirts, Gibson and Maxine Moire Velours Waists.
February Clean-Up iSale
Offers hundreds of bargains in Wraps, Jackets,
Long Coats, Cravenettes, Waists, Skirts, Wrap'
pers, Suits, Dressing Sacques, Tea Gowns, etc.
Of all Remnants and broken 'assortments of
Dress Goods, Silks, Wash Goods, Linens, Gloves,
Ribbons, Laces, Drapery Materials, etc.