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THE MORNING OREGONlAUf, yRIBAT TTOYEkBSJlt - 36,
One Worthless Character a
Colfax Perforates Another.
FUSILLADE BEGINS IN DEPOT
Victim Runs Dwn Main Street With
Weulri-Be Murderer at His Heels,
Firing as HePursuf s Feign
COLTVDC. V?h.i Nov. 24. (Special.)
Frank Parker, a maquereau, was shot
and probably fatally mounded by Charles
Mnrtln, c -worthless character, at the
passenger debot here, this morning. The
shooting began a. few minutes before- the
Bnrlval of the Spokane, train, and a large
crowd at the depot was panic-stricken
and fled In all directions.
Parker' -fled south on Main street, with
Martin In close pursuit, shooting as he
ran. Six shots were fired, three taking
effect. Two entered Parker's left arm
asjd shattered one of the bones. The
sixth shot fired entered his back, passed
through the left lung and came out in
Parker fell and Martin walked up and
placing the muzzle of the gun to Park
er's head, repeatedly tried to shoot, but'
sit the chambers of the revolver were
emptly. Martin was captured in the
hob of William Codd, Into which he ran
after tho shooting. He declares .a man,
who was here last Summer enlarging
portraits -nypcotised and ordered him to
shott Parker and t.' "W.. Weinberg, a
wealthy pre'perty-ower, and he has been
trying for a long tlf to get the two
tcethr. so :h.fr6uld Jdll both. It is
the opinio' Mt th 6 oflcers who have
tfeiked yrtdi 3aartln that he is feigning
Parker was taken to St. Ignatius Hos
WSu, He suffers much pain, but the
Attending physician thinks he has a fair
chance to recover. Parker says he has
no idea why Martin shot him. The court.
hod declared. Martin an habitual drunk
ard, nearly two years ago.
POACHER SHOT AND KILLED.
When Ordered by Officers to Surren
der He Fires and Runs.
BUTTE, Nov. 24, A Miner special
from Bonita says Frank Brady, an al
leged poacher, was shot and killed
nhout 20 miles from Bonita today. A
telephone message was sent here late
this aftornoon by Deputy Sheriff Wy,
man stating that Frank Brady had
been shot and Wiled by himself- and
Guide Harry Morgan in a hand-to-hand
encounter, while trying to arrest
Wyman stated that he and Morgan
had gone into Bear Gulch, following
the tracks of Brady, and coming upon
him suddenly demanded his surrender.
Instead of obeying, Brady Btarted to
fire, and run. Two shots wero fired and
then Brady fell dead In his tracks.
BANQUET TO BOARD OF TRADE
Forest Grove Exposition Club Pro.
vldes Excellent Entertainment.
FOREST GROVE, Or., Nov. 24. (Spe
cial.) All business was suspended here
today In observance of Thanksgiving. As
there were no athletic contests or 'other
attractions, most of the people observed
the day quietly at home. In thr, morning
the churches of the city held a union
meeting at the Methodist Church' and
listened to an appropriate sermon by
Rv. George Zimmerman, pastor of the
The Ladles' Lewis and Clark Club gave
a banquet in the Oddfellows' Hall In
the evening to the Board of Trade, the
City Council and the faculty of Pacific
"University. Mrs. Walter Hoge present
ed a paper upon "Washington County at
the Lewis and Clark Fair," and responses
were made, from the Board of Trade by
Senator E. W. Haines and Judge H. C
Hollls; from the city by Mayor Walter
Hoge; from the press by James Woods:
from the Civic Improvement Society by
Colonel Harry Hynes; from the faculty
by Prof. J. R. Robertson, and from the
women by Miss Mary Farnham. A solo
by Mrs. "WI W. McEldowney and a reci
tation by Miss Elsie Scott were also
State Guests Have Big Dinner.
SALEM, Or., Nov. 24. (Special.)
Thanksgiving Day was generally ob
served in Salem, many business houses
being closed all day, the others closing
at 11 o'clock. All public offices were
closed and the National flag displayed.
Union Thanksgiving services were
held in the Baptist Church this even
ing, all the Protestant churches par
ticipating except the Leslie M. E. and'
the Central Congregational, which
had services in their own churches.
The speakers at the union services
wero Rev. W. C -Kantner of the First
Congregational Church, Rev. W. H.
Sclleck of the First M. E.- Church and
Rev. C. D. Hurd of the Evangelical
church. Special music for the occa
sion was furnished by a quartet com
posed of Messrs, Drew, Glle, Jenks and
The members of SL Joseph's Catho
lic Church gave an enjoyable recep
tion this ' evening at the parsonage in
honor ot Rev. Father Faber.
Thanksgiving dinners were served
at all the state institutions.
Hold United Services in Albany.
ALBANY. Or., Nov. 24. (Special.)
in accordance with the annual custom
all the churches of Albany united In
Thanksgiving services today. The ex
ercises were held in the Methodist
Episcopal Church and the sermon w'as
pronounced by Rev. W. P. White of
the t'nited Presbyterian Church.
Thanksgiving at Cottage Grove.
COTTAGE GftOVE. Or., Nov. 24(Spe
cial.) Thanksgiving was generally ob
served here today. Religious services were
held at the various churches. All the
business houses were closed part of the
day. Turkey and other festivities . were
freely Indulced In.
Quiet Day at Astoria.
ASTORIA. Or.. Nov. 2. (Special.)
Thanksgiving Day was observed, here In
a very quiet way. All tho stores, were
closed and business generally suspended
for the day. The usual services were
held at Unchurches.
Stores Closed and Churches Opened.
HOODrRIYER. Or.. Nov. 24. fSDedal.)
TntoksglvmgVDayTiere "was elOUdy.but
without rain. The stores closed and there
were special services in several of the
MOTHER'S LOVE IS STRONG.
Girl Who Tried to Poison Parent Is
Taken Back Home.
VANCOUVER, B. C, Nov. 24-GeorgI
ana Hawitaon. the 17-year-old girl who
was convicted, last Spring of an attempt
to poison her mother by putting carbolic
add in her teapot, was handed over to her
mother's care today by Chief Justice Hun
tcr, of the Supreme Court. When the
Chief Justice found the girl guilty he or
dered her to be given to the care of the
CMUtm'4 -Jtf efcy ef this y. IfrNc
the society found the recpondMlltr e-f thal
girl s stxtkftepjsc too great a. Burden, an
te jrl ws psntmtrtm. 9 tM 'Prsvlnelal
Jalli r -J!
3ceXt". j-rl's!iethr applied to j
have, her returned to her own care, and
Chief Jute .Hunter Wwed. an Hjr4 -to
FIRE CATS UP RANGE GRAM.
tMs-fltana fcWkmen Lec Winter Fsetl
by the Flames.
BUTTE, Mont. Nov. 24. A special to
the Miner frota Harlem, Mont., says:
A-large prairie fire has-been raging foa
several days some 40 miles north of this
place and Is still burning fiercely.. Thou
sands of acres of grazing lands have been
swept over and thousands of dollars'
worth of property has been destroyed.
George Petrle, a prominent sheepman.
whose range Is in the devastated portion.
is reported to have lost all of bis ,hay,
his residence and all of his buildings.
while It Is feared that other sheepmen
have seen all of their buildings go Up
In smoke In the past few days.
It Is said that the fire started over the
Canadian line Monday afternoon, .'and
during the terrific windstorms of Tues
day and "Wednesday has moved jwlth
startling rapidity over into the American
possessions, from which all kinds of an
telope, deer-and other wild animals have
fled for their lives In all -directions. The
fire is plainly visible tonight, and. the
sheepmen in its path will all be heavy
losers, for their winter range is de
stroyed, together with all of their hag
iur winter leeaing. ana ouier duuuiu.
Thousands of hecphave had their
Winter range in the flreawept portion
and the owners of these will have to
resort to drastic methods to secure other
Mr. Petrle, one of the heaviest losers
by the fire, has been in the vicinity of
Great -rails for .the past few days Dur
ing sheep, and it is .understood that he is
now on the way here with them. Large
numbers of men have been .fighting the
flasaes,.evr since they started, but have
not been 'equal to the task. There'' is
talk of lynching. tho man -who started the
fire if he can be found.
WANT THEIR BAR FIXED.
Port of Tillamook Commissioners Will
Protest Oregon Delegation.
TILLAMOOK. Or., Nov. 24.-r(Special.)-
A. J. Cobn, chairman of the Port of Til
lamook commission, called that body to
gether last evening. The commission ap
pointed a committee, consisting of Com
missioners 3, L. Eddy, F. R. Beals and
T. B. Handler, to draw up resolutions to
be sent to the Oregon delegation asking
them to have the appropriation of $10,000
increased, to $20,000 for Improvements in
Tillamook Bay, and to use their endeav
ors to secure an appropriation for. the
improvement of Tillamook Bar, which
was turned down by the Board of Engi
neers at Washington.
Another committee was appointed, con
sistlng of Commissioners B. L. Eddy, B.
C. Lamb and Alex McNalr, for the pur
pose of getting the people of Tillamook
interested in an exhibit at the Lewis
and Clark Exposition.
Injured Sailor's Case Critical.
WOODBURN, Or., Nov. 24. (Special.)
Griffith Mansfield, who was injured by
tramps In this city last night, was per
fectly conscious this morning, and at that
time was not presumed to be badly in
Jured, but at 5 o'clock this' evening he suf
fered a relapse, and at this hour is be
lieved to be in a critical condition. He
reports his ship as the Punreggan. Smith,
captain, and complains of cruel .treatment
while on board ship.
The case Is enshrouded in mystery, as
he has no recollection of the parties who
attacked him. HU parents live in the
Hawaiian Islands. He is being carefully
attended by a competent physician and
aided by the benevolent citizens of this
Moral Wave at Cottage Grove.
COTTAGE GROVE, On; Nov. 24. (Spe
cial.) At the earnest insistence of many
-prominent citizens, the City Council at Its
next meeting is expected to taKe up the
matter of the regulation of saloons. The
demand is made that places where liquor
is sold shall close at midnight on' week
days and not be opened all day Sunday.
Games of chance run 1& connection with
saloons are strongly condemned and it is
expected that they will be strictly pro
hibited. Paper Chase' at Eugene.
EUGENE, Or;) "Nov, 24. (Speclal)-A
large crowd of people turned out this af
ternoon to witness the paper chase, the
first ever seen in this vicinity. About a
dozen ladles entered, the race, and some
remarkably good horsemanship was dis
played: The course covered about six
miles, the last quarter being laid In a
road. The race was won by Mrs. F. E.
Blair, Miss Winnie Hadley second, Miss
Hasel Hampton third.
Interest in Montana Mine Sold.
BUTTE. Mont, Nov. 24. A grant deed
to a two-thirds interest in the Jessie lode
claim, the Speculator Mining Company
being the purchaser, has been filed in the
office of. County Clerk Weston, the con
sideration named being $500,000.
The property was sold by heirs of the
estate of Leonard Lewisohn, deceased,
who are residents of New York.
The Jessie mine adjoins the Speculator
Organ of Pacific Humorists.
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY, Forest Grove,
Or., Nov. M. Special.) A new stu
dent publication, the Pacific Breeze,
has made its first appearance. It
is a neat four-page folder, and will
be of ' a humorous character. Its edi
tors, H. W. Sparks, '07, and Willard
Wlrtx. are assisted by a competent
staff, and will issue the paper semi
monthly. Coos Hatchery Has Big Season.
, MARSHFIELD, Or., Nov. 24. (Spe
cial.) The Coos River salmon hatch
ery has had a most successful season
under Superintendent Smith, and has
taken 8,000,000 eggs, 2,000,000 more
than last year. As the capacity of the
hatchery is only 6,000,000, 2,000,000
sllverside eggs were fertilized and put
DacK on tne river gravei.
Stuck Revolver in His. Mouth.
TACOMA, Wash.. Nov. 24. After placing
a revolver point in his mouth and pulling
the trigger. Jack Lynch -still lives, with
favorable chances of recovery. The bullet
passed through pis nose. HeIs a, logger
living at Orting. and was taken to St.
Joseph's Hospital iu Tacoma, .No reason
Is given for the attempt at suicide.
Attempt to Wreck Owl Train.
FRESNO. Cat, Nov. 24. A second das
tardly attempt within three days to wreck
the Southern Pacific Owl train was made
this morning. Both of the attempts were
made in Tulare Counts, within ten miles
of each other.
No Faboa la Chamberlain's Coach Remedy.
From Nanier. 2ew Zealand. Herald
Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of
New South Wales. Australia, had an
analysis made of all the couch medicines
that were sold in that market. Out of
the enure list xney touna only one that
thev declared was entirely free from all
poisons. This exception was Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy, made by the Cham
berlain .Medicine, company, ues Moines,
la.. U. S. A. The absence of all nar
cotics makes this remedy the safest and
best that can be had; and it is with a
feeling of security that any mother can
give it to her little ones. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy Is especially recommfnd
ed fcv Its makers for coushs. colds, crous
and whooping cough. When taken In time
it prevents pneumonia. This remedy Is
xar saw or ui arusn
Snares Should Nbf iJccup
More iMnd mraqrbtrearn,
SAYS MASTER FISH WARDEN
Plan Suggested for"Detection and
Punishment, of Miscreants. Who
Use pynarnite in the Rivers
and Creeks of Oregon.
SAllEM, Or., Nov. 24. (Special.)"
The enactment of laws which will re
quire the definite location of every fish
trap, seine, .set net and fish wheeris
recommended by Master "Fish Warden1
Van Dusen, with a view to removing
one menace to the fishing Industry.
"No fishing appliance or device of
any kind whatever." 'he says In his tri
ennial report, "should, either by a
lead or by 'any parts of said appliance,
occupy more than one-third of the
width of the "stream, upon which it Is
located." The. purpose of this Is to
srrevent wheels and traps from being
so located as to catch all the fish
passing; up a stream. Mr. Van Dusen
would have the proposed law urovlde
that the license Issued tQ the owner
oi me nsnmgr appliance snaa aenmteiy
designate - the location of the fishing
grounds and that operations must be
limited to those grounds, except upon
special "permission from tho FIsa War
den. He-says that locations should be
indicated in this manner:
Traps or pound nets, by driving at leaat
tfcre rubstantlal pilu -thereon, which should
not extend lees than ten feet abora the sur
face of the water at high Ufle: one of U4
plies to b driven at each end of the location
claimed, and upon said terminal pllea there
should be posted the llccnte number. If the
locator tall to construct his appliance during
the fishing season covered by hi licence, laid
location, should be deemed abandoned. It .should
be required that there be a lateral paasagewar
of at leant 000 feet and an and paaeageway of
at least 30 feet, between all traps or pound
Locations for drag seines should be made
by driving a eubstaatlal stake or erecting a
permanent monument at each end of the loca
tion claimed and porting thereon the number
of the license under which such drag seine Is
operated ; provided, that no seine location, the
title to -which la in the state shall occupy a
greater space than twice the length of the
seine covered by the llcenfe.
Locations for set nets should be made by
driving a substantial stake or erecting a per
manent monument' or ascuzily anchoring a
buoy on ' the location claimed, upon which
should be posted' tbe number of the license.
under which suob set net is operated. It.
should be required that there be a lateral pas
sageway of at least SOO ?eet and an end pas
sageway of at least 20 feet between all set
Locations for wheels should be definitely de
fined by a substantia) stake or erecting a
permanent monument 'on the location claimed.
upon which should be posted the number of the
lloeose under which such wheel la to be oper
ated. After any euch pound net, trap, seine,
set net or flshwheel has been located, tb own
er or occupant should file a description thereof
sufficient for Identification.
No fishing appliance or device of any kind
whatever located or used upon any of the
streams or rivers of this state should, either
by a lead or any parts of as Id a.pplltnce, oc
cupy more than one-third the width of such
streams or rivers.
The detection, capture and prosecu
tion of dynamiters is another subject
concerning which tbe Ffsh Warden
recommends legislation, and be asks
that others than the ordinary peace
officers bo authorized to ferret out and
bring to Justice the guilty parties.
After referring to his previous sugges
tions on tins suDject, ne says:
It still appears to me that the better way to
accomplish this li for the Board of Fish Com
missioner to be given foil authority to oSer
at any time such a reward as they may deem
adequate- for the arrest and conviction of such
perpetrator, no matter where found, and. that
they be fully privileged to continue to put up
rewards so long Ss they consider it essential
to the welfare of the waters of .this state.
Along this same line, permit me to repeat
again that I think the Board of Fish Corn;
mls&loner should also be given authority to
otter a reward for the arrest and conviction
of any person apprehended of putUng any
lime. drug, gas or coculus Indlcus, or any oth
er substance deleterious to salmon or fish or
eggs or young fry, Into say of the waters of
this elate for the purpose of catching, killing,
or destroying such salmon, or fish, or eggs or
These are matters that require detective work
to ferret out and bring to Justice the guilty
carty. and to compensate a detective' property
for such work a reward should be put up lot
the arrest and conviction of any party found
guilty of such a crime, and as scon as one re-.
ward Is earned, put up anoiner ana continue
to do so.
Should the Legislature again fall to take
cognisance of this matter, I sincerely commend
It to the different rod ana gun ciuos tnrougn
out the state as being worthy of consideration
at their hands, for I don't believe there is a
true rod and line sportsman in the state but
what would put up a dollar to make up such
a reward, and would continue to put up a UW'
lar every time one Is earned. In my estlma
tlon. they would not have to put up many
dollars before such willful deitructlon would
be entirely stopped, and a dynamiter be a thing
of the past.
Man Comes Upon Them, Then Hast
ens Back to Flag Oregon Express.
REDDING. Cal.. Nov. 25. What is al
leged to have been an attempt to wreck
the Oregon Express was discovered early
this morning near Keswick. D. V. Barth.
of Chi co, Cal., asserts that, while walking
along the .railroad track from Keswick, he
was stopped by two men who were seated
behind a boulder. They ordered him to
hold up his hands, and at the same time
he overheard one say to the other, i'lt Is
all off now." Instead of complying with
the order to throw up his hands, Barth
says he ran back toward Keswick and
that three shots were fired at him. On
-nearing Keswick he saw the express com
ing and he flagged it with a newspaper,
IT ALWAYS HELPS
An -ailment like consump"
tion that has heen months
and years getting a foothold
cannot be relieved in a week
or day. Scott's Emulsion
will always afford relief and
often cure, but not over night
The consistent use of Scott's
Emulsion will positively help
the consumptive at any
stage of the disease. We
guarantee nothing beyond
this, but we know that right
living and Scott's Emulsion
have done more to cure con
sumption than anything else.
Scstt ic Sowaa. eo Fsd St 2yrw Yok.
Xise - psa Otaaw ws -niisnw a
thar, MtJiBar. wwe jrtftefcd en tlii ea
ginsr assdrtsWit' tm s)t scMt. ' Vo .trace
t4vtm'SftR emK be Jmb, tstt Is
said that tw sticks of iarnsjnUexwere
fouB e fsWtraek. Tbe"attr to TMtag
Vuitsi af Mrft'i MurdsT.
R A TfTr R A cV"T T Cl ?eV At Th iaHee
havaa-TsstM maa jiam4 Jtsert 3riksr
on suspicion of belsg one of the menwo
assaulted, and kllld. L. 1311 KateoL
tne scnooner ensign.
PACIFIC COAST DEAD.
f J. ,Bjrgiratv $ r
fiATiRW. Or., fav. ?4. ISvHil A-LT: in
Surggraf died In this city; aged 7s Vears.
Deceased was brn te Germany, moved
to Illinois In lft0an4-to Ortgon-'ta 183L
He left a son ana' 4ugktcr, Charles
Burggraf. of Albany, aid tMrs. A. W.
Draper, of Salem.
Ex-Senator Frank Js Msff(tt.
Frank J. Moffltt died today at his home
here, after a serious illness, which reached
an acute- stage .several days ago. He was
a prominent politician.
CALL TO LIVESTOCK 3HXH.
National Convention Will Be One o?
Most Important Ever Held.
DENVER, Nov. 25. The call for the an
nual meeting: of the National Livestock
Association,, in Denver. January 10 to: 14,
1505, has been Issued. The call states that
the principal business of the convention
will be the consideration of a resolution
whlea will be proposed by tha executive,
committee far the appointment of a com
mittee to revise the constitution and by
laws of the association. On this point the
'In the oMBlon of a lance -sunber of
the members of this association, a cbndl
tion exists which makes it necessary to
consider a revise of the constitution
and by-laws of thfs -organization, so as
to provide for a more liberal representa
tion of the various branches of. the live
stock Industry upon a business basis that
will permit of active co-operation, with,
out unnecessary Interference with the, af
fairs of .any interest.
!By or&er of the board ef control, there.
fore, the representatives of all Interests
Involved in the breeding, growing, fted
ing, transportation, marketing and manu
facture of livestock ard hereby invited to
attend this convention and participate in
a general conference looking towards such
revision and amendment to tne constitu
tion and by-laws of this association as will
produce a more active and harmonious- co
operation between the various branches of
tne iivestocK industry .
The resolution to be offered by the exec
utive committee will read as follows:
"Resolved, That for the purpose of con
sidering a revision of the constitution and
bv-laws. .that a committee be appointed.
consisting- of three representatives from
each of the following industries: uatuo-
f-rowers. sneeperowers. stocitieeaers.
swinegrowers, railroads, packing-houses,
stockyards, commission men ana pure
bred record associations. Said represents
tives may besuKf-ested by those In. the
convention representing the various Inter
ests named, or they may be named 4oy tne
president Said committee shall meet at
once and report back to this convention as
soon as possible with such recommenda
tions as It may aeciae upon.
POPE REINSTATES PBTEST.
Rev. John T. Harrison Wins His AP
pea! to the Holy See.
ST. PAUI Nov. 24. The Pioneer Press
tomorrow W41 say;
"Word was .received yesterday in St
Paul that Rev. 'John T. Harrison, former
nastor of St. Joseph'- Parish, has won
his appeal to the Holy .See; at Rome, and
that art- oraer nas neen issued vo aiw
blshop Ireland to reinstate Rev. Harrjapn
to the.priestjaooji. The decision was an
nounced by Archbishop "Falconlo, apos
tblic delegate to Washington, to whom
the appeal was referred by the congrega
tion of the propaganda at Rome.
"Rev. Harrison's appeal to Rome grew
out of an order from Archbishop Ireland,
June 16, 1S04, suspending him from the
priesthood because of disobedience in. re
fusing to resign the pastorate of St, Jo
seph's Parish, Michigan.
"Rev. Harrison had attempted to con
struct a new- church for Ills parish, when
Archbishop -Ireland announced his cathe
oral project This-contemplated the erec
tion of a Ss,e90,000 cathedral parish house.
which would necessitate the abandonment
of Father Harmon's, building plans His
opposition to the proposal of the, arch
bishop led. to his transfer to the Minne
apolis parish and his suspension or ni3
refusing to obey the order.
IT7E PERISjT, LN ITRE.
Spark From a Pipe Causes Pali of
Gasoline to Explode.
LANCASTER. Pa., Nov. 24. Five Ital
lens -perished in a Are which Mast night
destroyed the old Noble Qrain Warehouse
at North Bend. For some time E0 or "more
Italian railroad laborers have been sleep
ing in the building. One of them was
washing a pair of overalls in a pall- of
gasoline, when a spark from h" pipe fell
into the pail, causing an explosion that
scattered the burning oil. Instantly there
was a panic among the men. They fought
madly to escape, from the burning build-
IngTj One man leaped from a window and
was -picked, up vlth: broken leg. It is
believed that the five who perished were
trampled upon in the rush to get out
Their badly charred, bodies have been
J. J. Hill's Building Destroyed.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Nov. 24. Fire
tonight destroyed the old Hill building.
owned by President J. J. Hill, of the Great
Northern Railroad, and occupied by three
firms, causing a loss of 590,x.
WAYFABEE3 PBOZEN TO DEATH
Temperature in Britain Is the Coldest
"LONDON. Nov. 24. The temperature
In some districts of the United King
dom during the night, although only 25
degrees below freezing point, was the
lowest ever recorded here. The .dis
tress Is general and the local author!
ties are organising relief work. The
interruption of road communications
In the country continues and the poor
are suffering- severely. In a few In
stances wayfarers have been discovered
frozen to death In the snow-.
. Snowing In Austria.
LNNSBRUCK. Austria, Nov. 24, Snow
has been falling- Incessantly for 30 hours.
Trains to Vienna and Italy have been
stopped. A train is snowed up' at Bren-
Denies Socks Were Juggled.
PEORIA, I1L. Nov. 24. The answer of
Kingman & Co. to the charges brought
by C A. Jamison, ex-vice-presi
dent and general manager of the con
cern, has been filed in tbe Circuit Court
It denies categorically any illegal ac
tion on the j4rt of the president or the
other members of the corporation, de
nies that they have juggled the books
and accounts of the company or that
any conspiracy was ever entered into
by the president or any members of.
or-'men associated with, the different
corporations bearing- the 'name King
man. to defraud Mr. Jamison or gain
ontitrol of -Ills xtnnc
I Only TImq Pays
W, t 1 ii 1
' Buy now
SAMT ROSEN BLATT & CO
Corner Third and Morrison Sts
MEAD ON THE FAIR
Washington Governor -Elect
Talks to High School Pupils.
HEROISM OF THE EXPLORERS
Work of Sehosltsachcrs Highly Com.
" mended and Atttlsh;pjrected to
Need of; Added Compensation
In the Profession.
' BEIiLINQKAM. Wash., Nov- 2.
(Special.) "The area event that will
be celebrated In the City of Portland;
in a neighboring state, in addition' to
the jjreat exhibition of our material
wealth and prosperity, T-flU also recall
the splendid history of those early
pioneers and discoverers, Jewls and
Clark, who under a commission from
Thomas Jefferson left tha Mississippi
River upward of a century ago and
traversed an unknown country, plant
ed the flagf of civilisation In the North
west, sailed the Columbia River from
almost its source to Its mouth, report
ed again In. Washington, D. C, after
an absence of almost three yearsj and
by their sacrifices and heroism aided
and assisted the National authorities
at Washington to add this splendid
portion of the Northwest to our com
mon country," Bald Governor-elect
A- E. Mead yesterday in a speech before
the High School pupils in this city.
"While constitutional lawyers," con
tinued the speaker, "were trying to
snlit hairs over the Question as to
whether or not the Constitution tol'A
lowed the nag in connection with the
policy of the Government concerning
the retention of the Philippines, the
authorities at "Washington inaug
urated, a statesmanlike, policy, which
la now approved by the people of the
country, in saying that no matter
whether the Constitution follows the
ag or not, we will see to it, so far as
the Philippine Islands are concerned,
that the American school teacher fol
lows the flag. And in the execution of
that policy the authorities of our Na
tional Government have employed
hundreds and perhaps thousands of
American school teachers, who are,
now bearing the torchlight of civiliza
tion in that benighted country, and
are substituting' light for darkness
with 'that benighted people who have
suffered from Spanish misrule and ar
rogance for" a century past.
"I trust; however, in this connection,
that the patrons of the schools and
those having ther management of the
public schools will recognize that,
with the improved conditions existing
throughout th,e state and In considera
tion of the general prosperity that
prevail among our people, the com
pensation of the schoolteacher ought to
Increase proportionately with the Increase
of compensation paid in other employ
BEATS ANYTHING WE XVXR SOLD AS
AS A STRENGTH CREATOR AND
DrugfUta Woodard, Clarke Co. Esfeh apl
astic Over This Delicious Cod Uver Oil
TobIc "Which Coataias No Oil.
"We sell many tonics;" said a member
of- Woodard, Clarke & Co., our well
"We have demands for many so-called
"We handle all kinds of remedies that
claim to be lnvlgorators. We do this be
cause we are druggists, and it is our busi
ness to supply the public with that "which
"When our advice Is asked, however,
as to a tonic and rebullder, strength
creator and an appetite producer, we in
variably recommend VInol. We do this
because we "know all about Vinol. We
know all that it contains, and will tell
you it is not a secret patent medicine.
Wa have sold enormous quantities of it,
and we nave had every opportunity of
fered us to watch the results that have
been accomplished by the use of thlst won
"If you have not yet had occasion to
uta such a tonic we would like to nave
you call on us and learn why we are so
enthusiastic about this scientific remedy.
"Vinol contains all the curatlveiirin
ciples In a highly concentrated form that
are found in- cod liver oil. It does not
contain, however, any of the obnoxious,
digestion-destroying grease that always
proved to "be such a drawback to what
otherwise would have been a moat valu
able rcrffedy. We wish you would remem
ber Vinol. and bear in mind that as a
blood enricher and flesh creator for old
and young and as a wonderful .aid to di
gestion we know of nothing that will com
pare with it.
"Such is cur faith In Vinol that we will
gladly' feunoT to any ens" who Is not satis
fied the price they have paid us for it."
WoodardV-Clarka A- Co., Druggist-
Pi PPinAV AfSsJl QATI IDHAV
1 fSg?K3B65S - . 1 w 1- ,.,
Until the Last Moment
Take'advinttgtfpf our Grett Sale of Boys' Suits.
Why waiUQjniy the boy a Chqstraas present?
and save from $1.60 to $3.00.
These suits are of the best woolen materials,
in Double-breasted, Norfolk and Eton effects.
i'Extra.Gopd" and -.(Crescent Brand" of $4.45,
$5.00, $5.45,6.00 tnd' $6.85 values,.this sale
ments and professions requiring like abil
ity, application and attention."
NO HOPE FOR WEBFOOT'S MEN
Sailors Who Left the Waterlogged
- Schpsner Undoubtedly Perished,.
ASTORIA, Or., Nov, 34- No hope is en
tertained in this city for the "three men
who left the waterlogged schooner Web
foot Tuesday afternoon in search of as
sistance. At the -time great seas were
running and shipping men are confident
the small boat succumbed to the fury ofi
the elements. The men had been - four
days without food and water, and would
have nearly perished from hunger by this
time if the ocean had not claimed them
as victims. 'Mate Broraer, Seaman J.
O'Neil and another sailor, whose name is
unknown, comprised the party who start
ed off on the forlorn expedition, There
is a bare possibility that they managed
to weather the. seas and. that a. passing
steamer may have picked them up and
taken them to the Sound or San .Fran
cisco, but no one here doubts that they
have either starved to death or been
An examination made of the wreck of
the schooner Webfoot, which was towed
here last evening dismantled, showed
that her deck had been blown open by
the force of the water .and her hull Is
thought to be useless. The- local agents
of the company Intended- to take her to
Knappton tomorrow morning and dis
charge her cargo, but this afternoon a
telegram was received from 'Mr. Simpson
stating that he had left Cops Bay for
Astoria. Accordingly a watchman has
been placed on . board the .Webfoot,. and
No woman who uses 1 'Mother's Friend" need fear the suffering
and danger incident to birth; for it robs the ordeal of its horror
and insures safety to life of mother and child, and leaves her in
a condition morq favorable to- speedy recovery. The child is
also healthy, strong and
good natured. Our book
"Motherhood," is worth
its weight in gold to every
woman, and will be sent free in plain
envelope by addressing application to
Bradfield Regulator Co. Atlanta, Ga.
Doctors of the St.
The Master Special,
of Portland, woo carea
mea oaiy, who eB
patients ' persoBally.
after effects. Our charges will be as low as possible for T:bnscIentIous,
skillful and successful service. Consult us- before consenting to any
surgical procedure upon Important blood, vessels and organs.
'SPECIAlHOME TREATMENT. If you cannot call wrjte us. Always In
close ten 2-cent stamps fpr reply.
OFFICE HOURS: 8 A. M. to 8 P. M.j StTA'DATS 3.0 to 2 ONIiY.
THE DR. KESSTuER
St. Louis sSiand Dispensary
Car Second and Yamhill Streets, Portland, Or.
potency thoroughly ottrao- . nJJfUt
rouftG aafciM trouo.- t wmcn aepriva you of your manhoou. VXb'l'l'S
baahfulnB. avtrsioa .to;,tiAGE. '
TOU far BUSINESS Jtwho ronT excesses and strains have lost their MANLY
POWER. -n.sEASES, Syphlllla, Gonorrhoea, painful, bloody urine,
, A9--1ffi-d Prostate, Sexual Debility Varicocele, Hydrocele, Kld-
DUH&SH-raik7m He uses P P61" nostrums
( TEdadDrftion8. but cures the disease by thorough medical traat-
Sfint IS Sw P pSShlot on Private Diseases sent free to all men who de
i SS?rhi thlir troublV PATIENTS cured at home. Terms reasonable. All letters
2er?d I InlalJ nv!ltrconsultatioa fra. and sacredly confidential. Call
I on or address.
DR. WALKER, 181 First Street, Corner YamhUl, Portland Or,
she will be left where she is- until he
arrives to take charge of her.
The O. R. Sc N. Company will have a
salvage claim, the tug "Wallula having
first reached the derelict and passed the
line. outstripping the Government's
vessels, which had hastened to her aid.
Nearly one-third of the cargo of lumber
The "Webfoot was built at Coos Bay in
1S59 and was originally rigged as a bark
entine. The rig was altered- to that of
a brigantlne and finally was changed to
that of a three-masteed schooner. Old
age was her undoing.
Electric Line Comes Up Again.
PENDLETON, Or., Nov. 24. (Special.)
The scheme to connect Pendleton with
Walla Walla by an electric line is again
being agitated. Three years ago H. Mell
man, of Oakland, built an electric road on
paper between these two cities, but his
scheme proved a failure, as he- was un
able to Interest Eastern capitalists in
purchasing the rights of way which he
had secured along the entire route. The
project was accordingly abandoned.
A company is to be organized between
capitalists of Pendleton and Walla "Walla
with a capitalization of 523O.C00. The pro
moters will retain half of the stack and
plan to place the remaining $125,000 on the
market. Behind the scheme are chief
stockholders in the Washington & Ore
gon Power Company, which is Installing
the Immense plant on the Little Walla
Walla river. In this county, to supply
Pendleton, Walla Walla and the interme
diate towns with electrical power.
Any one can take Carter's Little LMyer
Pills, they are so very small. No trouble
to swallow. No pain or griping after
And many other painful and serious
ailments from which most mot&ers
suffer, can be avoided by the nse of
"MOtMrs PriI. This great remedy
is a (Sod-send to women, carrying
them through their most critical
ordeal with safety and no pain.
DISEASES OP MEN
BLOOD POISON, RUPTURE, KID
NEY AND URINARY DISEASES
and all diseases and weaknesses of men, due to In
heritance. habits, excesses, or tbe result of specino
Every man who is afflicted owes it to himself and
his posterity to get cured safely and positively, with
out leaving any blight or weakness in his. system.
We make no misleading statements or unbusiness
like propositions to the afflicted in order to securs
their patronage. The many years of our successful
practice In Portland prove that our methods of treat
ment are safe and certain.
Call at our offices or write, and If we find that you
cannot be cured we will MOT accept your money
UNDER ANY CONDITIONS and if we And you are
curable we will guarantee, a SAFE AND POSITIVH
CURB in the shortest noasibla time, without injurious
Twenty Years of Success
In tho treatment of chronic diseases, such as liver.
rhoea. dropsical swellings. Bright's disease, ate.
Kidney and Urinary
Complaints; paintui. ulmcoit, tou Irequent. milky or
bloody urine, unnatural discharges spaedlly cured, .-
Diseases of the Rectum
Such as pl.t, usiu Xoautc, uiceruuuu, mucous and
bloody diacnarges, cured without in knif. pain or
confinement.. - .
Diseases of Men
aiood pulsun btoci. i.ir.curo, . unuumral losses, liar
emissions, ursams, exhausting drains.