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THE XOBKIN'G- OBEGrOXIAN, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1905.
COTS OFF THE GRIFT
Morton Commences on Perqui
sites of Equitable Directors.
TRIES TO RECOVER MONEY
Accountants "Will Find From Rec
ords What Has Been Taken
From the Treasury JWith
NEW YORK. June 26. As chairman of
the Equitable Life Assurance Society's
board of directors. Paul Morton has be
gun legal proceedings to recover money
alleged to ha-e been wrongfully taken
from the society, and he sAso has cut off
certain perquisites In the society. Mr.
Morton tonight made the following state
ment: "I .have retained Austin G. Fox and
Wallace McFarlane as special counsel
for the Equitable Society In connection
with the Investigation of the past finan
cial transactions of the society by Price,
Waterhouse & Co., and Ilasklns & Sells,
chartered accountants, which Is nnw,la
progress, and to institute such legal pro
ceedings as they may consider to be ap
propriate for the recovery of any money
and property to which the Equitable Is
found to be entitled as the result of tholr
"Messrs. Fox and MacFarlane have
been instructed to put themselves in com
munication with the Attorney-Cfeneral
and the Insurance department and to act
in harmony with them.
"It has been the rule heretofore to al
low directors 535 for attending executive
committee meetings of the Equitable So
ciety, and these allowances were made
whether the directors were present or
"This has been chanced. No director
will In future get fees unless he Is pres
ent at the meetings, and no officer or
employe who happens to be a director will
hereafter receieve any fee for attending
board meetings of any kind."
MEET SOME TIME IN AUGUST
President Gets "Word From Russian
and Japanese Governments.
WASHINGTON. June 26. The President
has expressed a wishto the Japanese and
Russian governments that the plenipoten
tiaries meet In the United States on the
first day of August, and if not on that
date then at the earliest date thereafter.
The following statement regarding the
meeting of plenipotentiaries was made
public at the White House today:
"The President has received from both
the Russian and Japanese1 governments
the statement that ' the plenipotentiaries
of the two countries will meet In the
United States during the first ten days of
Aumist. and the President has expressed
to both governments the -wish that the
meeting should take place If possible on
the first of August, and if not on that
date, then at the earliest date there
Precedence Is a Stumbling Block.
ST. PETERSBURG. June 26. Both
Japan and Russia are now understood to
have agreed on the time when their
plenipotentiaries shall meet In Washing
ton. It will be during the first ten days
of August, but the exact date probably
will be announced by President Roose
velt. The question of precedence evi
dently is the main stumbling block to a
prompt settlement of the number of per
sonal negotiators. Both sides eeem de
cirous to make the other take the in
itiative. Russia seems to consider that
it is Japan's duty to name her plenipo
tentlarles before Russia announces hers.
While the exact number of the plenl
potentiarles has not been officially ar
ranged, both powers seem to have tacit
ly agreed on three. The actual announce
ment of the names of the plenipotentiaries
is expected within a few days.
The official statement of the situation
is; "All is going on favorably-"
The question of a possible armistice as
stated last week remains in abeyance
for the moment. Japan, it Is understood,
declining even to take up the matter un
til the Issues involved in the Washington
meeting are definitely settled. In the
meantime there have been heavy down
pours in Manchuria, and the rainy sea
son may enforce a suspension of military
operations before diplomacy can act.
FOLK MAY STOP BOOKIES
Governor Is Determined to End
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo.. June 26.
Governor Folk, in an interview today,
declared that either the Missouri Na
tional Guard or the St. Louis Pollco De
partment would- be directed within the
next 24 hours to raid the alleged book
makers at Delmar racetrack. The Gov
ernor has dlsoovered that section 14 of
the scheme and charter gives the City
of St. Louis the same powers In the
county as in the city.
Governor Folk and President Stewart,
of the St. Louis Police Board, held a
long conversation over tho long-distance
telephone today. President Stewart as
sured the Governor that if the section of
the charter referred to was still in force,
a detail of policemen under command of
Chief Kiely would be at once dispatched
to St. Louis Count to arrest the alleged
If this plan Is found Inadvisable, then
the Governor will at once direct the Adjutant-General
to assemble a company of
the state militia for immediate services
in the county. The militia or police,
whichever may bo used, will be instruct
ed to enforce tho anti-gambling law at
Bettor Placed Under Arrest.
ST. LOUIS. June 26. Sheriff Herpol
plaood Charles Cella under arrest at
Delmar racetrack today during the first
race, on the charge of having violated the
anti-betting law. At once all operations
in the betting ceased and opinions on
the second race were not backed by fi
PEACE TERMS ARE REFUSED
Teamsters Stand by Decision Made
by Two Unions.
CHICAGO. June 26. By a practically
unanimous vote tonight the teamsters re
fused to accept the terms recently offered
by the employers, and the latest peace
prospect in the strike has vanished. The
terms offered by the employers were those
which have been published from time to
time, with the addition that the question
of wearing the union button should be
left for decision by the employers Individ
ually. Only two unions, the department
store drivers and the express drivers, vot
ed on ' the question, the - other unions
agreeing In advance to accept the decision
of these two unions.
President Shea, has Issued a call for a
general meeting of all the local teamsters'
unions to be held tomorrow night. He
has announced that the only question to
come before the meeting is financing the
present strike. Other labor, men declare.
however, that the chief topic of discussion
will be the spreading of the atrilte.
At the present time the main portion or
the teamsters' army is intact, only 4000
out of 27.000 being on strike. A general
attack upon employers, it was declared.
could result only in general disorganiza
tion and a call for the militia. This move
also would result in the drivers cutting
loose from their main eource of support
the teamsters who are employed.
Quakers Declare for "Open Shop."
PHILADELPHIA, June 26. A nine-
hour workday and an "open shop" was
Instituted today in 15 of the leading print
ing establishments in this city, employ
ing, it Is ald, two-thirds of the local
This action was decided upon at a re
cent meeting here of the United Typothe-
tae. at which master printers from all
sections of the country were represented.
It was taken in anticipation of a demand
to be made by the printers for an eight-
hour workday beginning next January.
No immediate opposition to the new or
der is expected.
The international convention of printers
will be held in Toronto in August, and
action will be decided upon then.
Tour by English Worklnjrivornen.
.NEW YORK. June 26. Fifty delegates
representing the Womenworkers League
of Great Britain and Ireland are ex
pected to arrive here within a few days
for a tour of the leading American cities.
The delegation comprises women who
have worked with the Countess of War
wick in endeavoring to better conditions
among Engusn wormngwomen. xncy
are going to make a careful study of
conditions and ascertain if there are
any features of environment or method
here which may bo adopted with advan
tage to their sex in Great Britain.
There are" special delegates for all oc
cupations- Trades unionism wilt have but
little to do with the visit. As now
planned, the delegation will spend about
five days In New York and the remainder
of their time In other large cities. They
have planned to go as far west as St.
Tailors Against General Strike.
NEW YORK. June 26. Officers of the
Brothorhood of Tailors have voted that
there shall be no general strike in this
city this Summer against the open shop,
It has been decided to strike against in
dividual contractors or manufacturers
where there is a tendency to cut wages
or to make the men work longer hours,
but a general strike will not be ordered
until the unions are organized through
out the country, when a general demand
will be made.
PROSPECTORS, STARK XAKED,
WANDER IN DEATH VALLEY.
Other Disasters Are Expected to Bo
Reported, as the Springs in the
Vast Region Are Drying.
GOLD FIE LD. Nev.. June 26. Prospec
tors coming Into Bullfrog today report
that they found two men wandering aim
lessly about in Death Valley down be
yond the Funeral Range. These two men
wore Insane and absolutely naked. Tholr
tongues were black, swollen and protrud
ing. Their limbs were also swollen.
The men had evldontly become deliri
ous from thrist whllo prospecting through
Death Valley. Their misfortune is but
a repetition of the disasters of that
region during the past week. The springs
are drying up and the usual supply of
water is lacking.
The prospectors are so scattered over
the vast region that there is no way of
warning them. Carcasses of men and
burros heavy laden and without owners
have been found in numbers. This season
of the year is unfit .for all prospecting.
The men are being nursed to health
and steps are being taken for their
WANTED TO MAKE PEACE.
Attempted Wife Murderer Angered
by Divorce Proceedings.
PENDLETON. Or.. June 26. (Special.)
Funeral services over the remains of
T. O. White, the young rancher who at
tempted to kill his wife, then, thinking
her dead, took his own life in the county
road about 34 miles west of this city
Saturday evening, were hold at Echo this
It has been learned that tho fine lady's
gold watch which White was wearing
suspended by a chain around his nock at
the time of his suicide, and which was
supposed to have been purchased In
Portland, was in reality bought of Louis
Hunziker. a Jewoler of this city, about
three days ago.
It Is plainly evident that White In
tended to try to make peace with bis
spouse, but became infuriated or crazed
when served with the divorce proceedings
which his wife had filed that afternoon.
Mrs. White Is at tho borne of ber sister.
Mrs. Al Norton, about ten miles west
of this city, and is rapidly recovering
from her wounds.
Orville Norton, the youth who was
driving the rig In which Mrs. White was
riding, is able to move about, but the
flesh wound which he received In tho
knee is very painful.
FRANCHISE HAS LIMITS.
Ashland Refuses to Bo Run Over
by Electric Company.
ASHLAND. Or.. June 36. (Special.) The
announced Intention of the local electric
light and power company to sot a line t
poles through streets of the city to carry
current from the Condon Company's power
line, which has nearly reached the city
limits, to supplement the local company's
supply of electric Juice, was stopped by
injunction issued out of the Circuit Court
today on petition of tho city authorities.
The local company, which is owned by
the Siskiyou Power Company, of Califor
nia, claims the right to put up additional
poles under a franchise of many years
standing, and a few days ago notified the
city that it would begin extension today,
and asked the city authorities to designate
where poles should be placed.
The city authorities maintain the com
pany has no fraachlie, and whatever priv
ileges are granted it are uch as the pres
ent City Council is willing to grant.
The light company recently Instituted
suit against the city for infringement of
water rights claimed by It on Ashland
Creek. The city is also considering seri
ously the installation of a municipal light
and power plant, and these conditions
have tended to Increase the strained rela
tions between the city admlnlstratien
and the light company.
Goes to Prison Smiling.
EUGENE. Or.. June 26. (Specian.) John
Branton. who last Friday was sentenced
to a term of ten years In the Penitentiary
for attempting to k)H John Fletcher for
hit life insurance, was taken te Salem to
day. He took the train in handcuffs and
under guard, with & ftolcal wmllc on Ms
LOSE IN COMMONS
Censure on Government In
Army Scandal Refused.
DEBATE IS VERY SPIRITED
Premier Balfour and Secretary Ar
nold-Foster and Ex-Secretary
Brodcrick Gave Abrupt
LONDON, June 26.TB House of
Commons tonight defeated the oppo
sition motion of censure on the govern
ment In connection with the army
stores scandal in toe South African
war by a vote of 329 to 2SS, after a
debate that occupied the afternoon and
nlgnt sessions. The motion was pro
posed by Sir Robert Threshte Reid as
"The conduct of the government In
connection with the supply and disposal
of stores and with sales and refunds
to contractors in South Africa at the
end of the war and the fault of toe
government to Inquire promptly into
and to deal wltn these transactions
deserve the censure of the House of
The government acted mainly on the
defensive, disclaiming responsibility
and rather placing tho blame on Lieu
tenant-General Sir William Francis
Butler, chairman or the War Office
committee, for the publication of the
report on this matter issued June 14.
It was intimated that the officers In
volved might yet be able to exonerate
themselves, as the evidence taken be
fore the committee had not been fully
In the course of the debate Premier
Balfour. Secretary of War Arnold-For
cter and Indian Secretary Broderlck
(ex-War Secretary), underwent a fierce
cross-examination which they adroitly
While there was a large attendance
of members and the galleries were well
rilled, not much importance was at
tached to the debate in view of the
recent appointment of a committee
with liberal powers to Inquire into the
Russia Apologizes to England.
LONDON. June 26. Questioned In the
House of Commonstoday regarding the
destruction of British veneris by Russian
auxiliary cruisers. Premier Balfour iu!d
he was glad to be able to inform the
House that the British government had
been assured that the Russian government
disapproved of the actions of their cruis
ers and that orders had been transmitted
to the Dnieper at Jibuti, rendering quite
impossible any repetition of the act?.
which the British government regarded
as outrages against International law.
Germans Defeated in Africa.
CAPE TOWN. Cape Colony. June 28.
Rebels have attacked and defeated
German force commanded by Captain Sle-
bert at Americas,' in the Karas Moun
tains, German Southwest Africa. All the
German ammunition and supplies were
carried off by the rebels. The losses are
reported to have been heavy.
Ambassador Relet at Kensington.
LONDON. June 25. Ambassador Reid
and Mrs. Reid this afternoon attended a
reception given In their honor at TCen
slngton Palace by Princess Henry of
Battenbcrg and the Duke and Duchess of
Argyle. The Ambassador and Mrs. Reid
will on June 27 be tendered a reception
by the Duke and Duchess of Connaught.
Tope Receives Bishop O'Dca.
ROME. June 26. Tho Pope today received
in private audience the Right Rev. Ed
ward John O'Dea, D. D.. bishop of Nes
qually, Washington, who presented the
report of his diocese, the Pope manifest
ing interest in the progress made by the
Right to Sell Explosives.
CARACAS. June 26. The Venezuelan
government has granted to E. Rendslles
the exclusive right to Import shotguns,
air guns, revolvers, dynamite and other
FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK
Large Sum Will Be Raised by the
TORONTO. Ont, June 26. At today's
session of the International Sunday School
Convention, the committee appointed to
act on the executive committee's report
commended the proposition to erect a
STOIO.OOO temple, but the matter was re
ferred back to the committee for further
The proposal to rals not less than $0.
OM a year for three years to provide
trained men and women for tho work of
the association, was heartily Indorsed.
Representatives of the various states and
provinces present pledged themselves on
behalf of the churches and schools they
represented to subscribe sums ranging
from ISO to $23) annually for the three
years, the subscription totaling $23,000.
Dr. George BInley. of Philadelphia, pre
sented the treasurer's report, which
showed total receipts of $34,727, of which
3916 had not been expended.
CONSTITUTION FOR CHINA
Will Dead Up
LONDON. June 37. A dlrpatch to the
Dally Telegraph from Pekla by way of
Tokio, says it Is officially announced that
within 12 years constitutional government
will be established in China and that the
Intervening period will be employed in
bringing about the reforms necessary for
so great a change.
THE DAY'S DEATH RECORD
James W. Heutt.
NEW TORK. June "Jo. James W. Huett,
general manager of the National Express
Company, is dead.
George E. Macklin.
PIULADBLPHIA, June 26. George E.
Macklin, general manager of the Press
Steel Car Company, of Pittsburg, died
today of consumption.
Religious Educators In Session.
WASHINGTON, June 26. The teach
ers training department of the American
Society of Religious Education is holding
anniversary exercises in this city. Judge
W. L. Chambers, of the Spanish Treaty
Claims Commission, is head of the de
partment, and Dr. J. E. Gilbert is the
author and superintendent of the system
employed by the society for the training
i of Sunday school teachers, which has ex-
tended into all parts of the United States.
during the past 16 years, more than 10.000
students having been enrolled.
AT THE HOTELS.
The PsrtlaBi T. Maree. Jr San Fran
cisco; "W I. Flyng. Spokane; J. Friend. San
Francisco: L. Moors. L. Mayer. Nsw Tork:
B. Ripen. New Tork; A. F. Taggey and
wire, Chicago, a. Weston. Jacksonville; w.
W. Thompson. Chicago: T. Kiddle. Lady
mlth; D. V. Cuneo and wife. H. B. Atter
bury and -wife. San Francisco; H. Cashman,
Seattle; K. C Eddy. Lincoln. Neb.; A. Cor-
nicx ana wue. Mrs. i Moskey. Eureka.
CaL; Mrs. A. U Loe. Mb Fortloomls. Se
attle: L. R Pleckner. Bt. Paul: lira. J. 21.
Lawton. MUi Velasquez. Now Tork: Mrs. E-
t enjon. a. xcJiab and wife. Baa FrancUctf:
B. "Richards, Chicago; J. H. SutthoS. Se
attle; C H. Hyams and wife. New Albany;
H. Moss. Lancaster. Pa.; L Hammersmith
and wife. San FraacUco: R. F. Crooks.
New Tork; W. Best. Jr.. San Francisco: J.
H. Rohr. New Tork; Mrs. M. X. Sperry. San
iTsncueo; airs. x. i. cnapin. Alameda. CaL;
miss u. ii. benmsneaa. Mrs. i . Masker.
Miss I. G it tho me, Mrs. C "W. Callaghan.
Mils It. M. Callaghan. M. Frieze. Mrs. M.
Keith. E. T. Parsons. San Francisco: Mrs.
J. E. Marble. Pasadena. Cat; E. A, Mera-
Dr.n. r . is. .Mci.oy. ut. muu; o. Lvingtoa
and wife. Miss Lovlngton. Miss IC Loving
ten. San Francisco; J. F. FlantrJgan. Marsh
fleld. Or.: J. Emlle. San Francisco; R, p.
HabgavolL wife and son. Bradford; G. W.
Myers; San Francisco : C B. Evans, New
Tork; Tr I O. Tledman. San Franeleco; K.
M. Gordon. Miss J. Stevens. New Orleans;
H. C Eddr. Chicago: J. TV. Brown. St.
Louis: A. Facet. St. Louis: C. Mallaghan.
San Francisco; J. E. Rltchey and wife. S
dalla Me,; TV. G. Brltt. Berkeley: Mrs. H.
J. Rheln. Indianapolis; A. M. Armltage. Mil
waukee, wis. ; w. I. Walker and wife. St.
Louis; Mrs. Rtppeton. A. Nash. Terre Haute.
Ind; P. H. John. B. L. Crosby. B. E. Palmer.
Tacomat Mrs. X. M. Chi Ids and maid. Miss
Montgomery, J. B. Kerr, Rochester.
Tho Perkins W. H. Fisher. Mrs. O. a.
Cooper. Ban?or. Me.; Luella Jones. Niche.
N. D.; Alice Manerranlnr. Walhalla. N. D. :
F. Samuel. Dayton. Wash.: Mrs. S. It-
Archibald, Barney May. Snoqualmle. Wash.;
Mrn. .si suae nuns, wooaourn. Or.; a. epeer.
Washington. D. C; F. A Lance. G. R. Me
Brien. Seattle: H. X). Crawford and wife.
Aberdeen. Wash.; Mrs. L. C. Williams. Buck
ley, waan.; j. h. Avery, o. H. Phillips. E. C.
DeCoe. Los Angeles; A. 8. Hellag. A. K.
Heltns;, Roland. la; A. L. Wellman and son.
Tacoma: G. W. Herzor and wife. Denver.
Colo.: W. F. TV rand and wife. O. P. Hulse.
L. J. Wllber. Moro. Or.: Flora Nettletoa. Los
Angeles; G. H. Cordlent. Elm a Sanders. San
francisco: J. stronjr. Vancouver. B. C: A. E.
uwea. Ban Francisco; J. W. Irey, B. Eupoo-
zki, beat lie; Peter T. Baden. San Francisco:
Mr. and Miss T. H. Stmmondj. Wardner.
Idaho; Mr. and Mrs. Focus. Mr. and Mrs.
Darey. Rocklaln. Idaho: S. C Fosus, Reno.
er.; R. Edmusson. daughter and sister.
Pre sco tt. Ariz.: J. R. Toakum and wife.
VIsalla, CaL: Charles E. Cant and wife.
Seattle; II. Perrlngton. Flenora Perrlnrton.
Benson, CaL: E. L. Parrlott. Roseburg; C S.
Durland. Oakland; William Gent. Freewater.
Or.; B. J. Knmmlns, Pomeroy. Wash.; C. E.
Buttereph. Chicago: John BurrelL Fulda.
Minn; 11. C Simmons. Starlake. Minn.; Will
iam Fault, wife and daughter, Dallas. Or.;
Kev. J. F. ciaycourt and family. McMinn-
vllle. Or.; William Stewart. BensonvlMe.
Minn.; Rav Nichols. Hood River:. Captain
Vaudegent, H. C. Heller. Vlpena. S. D.: L. C.
Roberts and wife. Seattle; Frank McHogae.
Pendleton; H. C. Mahone. J. M. Cook, Eu
gene: C. A. Taylor. Kelso, Wash.
Tho Imperial T. If. Darrow. Spokane: C B.
Sampson. Pendleton; James Matfleld. Terry
Mays. Los Angeles: Mrs. Charles H. Hub
bard. San Diego: J. C- Fullerton. Roseburg;
u. F. Nightengale and' wife. Los Angeles:
James Macqurla and wife, Salinas; R. P.
Kelly and wife. Alberta Kelly. Homer Kelly.
Butte; Alee Erans. Vancouver. B. C; Mrs.
Annie Hawkins, Toledo; C. R. Rowett, Wil
mington; Walter M. Pierce. Pendleton; Mrs.
C. C Van Ordale. Pendleton; H. Campbell
and wife. Webster City: Z. Houser. Echo:
Jack Walters. G. II. Gray, Spokane; Walter
L.yon. independence: w KuykendaiL Eu
gene; J. B. Horner. Corvallls: Ralph S. Hop
kins. Seattle: R. A. Booth. Eugene: Martin
Bath. Rainier; W. H. 0DelL Salem; M. Sul
livan. Carlton: X. TV. Tarr and wife. Los An.
geles; M. V. Roberts. Pocatello: Mrs. Eleanor
Dole. Fan Francisco: P. D. Irwin. J. W. Bar
nett. Philadelphia: J. C Eldred. Kelso; Mar
tin Murray. Louisville; Mies Lillian Beamen.
Shanlko: W M. Chambers, Pullman; Henry
Nice, Mrs. Bable. Mrs. Jesele Nice, Wald
port; J. S. Cooper. Independence; Lilly L.
Allison. Hopewell; D. J. McKenzle. Duluth;
C. IL Vincent. J. B. Vincent, Cedele, I. T.;
S. F. Cheshire. Grant's Pass; Mrs. Alonzo
Coffin. Miss Irene Coffin. San Francisco:
William Prout and wife. Victoria: B. F.
Brock. Stella. Wash.: F. T. Barton. Tacoma;
James Scowcroft. Ogden. Utah.
The fit, Charlea G. N. Mendock. Canby,
Or.; Mrs. B. W. Emery, Gresham: Miss Ray
mond. St, Paul: C. Eberhard...McMlnnvllle;
S. P. Stevenson. Castle Rock; C. V. Day
man. James Foster. George Wood. Ostrander;
C. D. Ely and wife: P. J. Callop. Valley
aty. N. D-: M. 8. Maxwell. C. M. Barnett.
lone: H. C Robertson, Wasco; F. Brock;
F. L. Clark. Deer Island: Albert Palmer.
Qulncy; Miss Jessie Pope. Kane. IIL; J. W.
Brown, city; Fred J- Ely and wife; J. S.
Bruit and wife. Canfield, Idaho; N. B.
Brooks and family. Goldenaale. Wash.; Mrs.
M. L. Reynolds sid family, Klrtsvllle. Mo.;
C O. Merrill. A. G. Bornstead. Gresham;
F. P. Petit. Tygh Valley. Or.: C. H. Bartley
and wife; Edwin Nelson. J. F. Crelman.
Crary. N. D.: William C. Love and wife.
William Carothers and wife. Las Animas.
CaL: R. Deshazor and wife. A. G. Palmeter.
B. F Palmeter. Douglaas. Or.: A. F. Rob
Inett. Halsey; T. R. Conlee: J. L. Goodnight
and wife. Genesee, Idaho; N. MerrllL Clats
kanle: W. F. Davenport. SUverton; B. Lone
gan. Vancouver; Mrs. J. O. Thomas. Sacra
mento; Mrs. G. S. Randall. Oregon City: A.
H. Smller. city; E. E. Harris and wife. New
berg; J. W. Forsyth. Newberg; E. L. Rem
ington. Wood burn; IL Syverson. Rainier; A.
II Toung. Endlcott; G. G. Buckley. C E.
Gordon. Dayton. Or.; J. Gaines. Sclo: C A.
Morgan. McMlnnvtlle; M. Lane. Mist: Charles
D. Emertck. Oregon City; R. Barger. Van
couver: William Davis. Glencoe: D. W. Brad,
ford. C W. Hecut; J. W. Duterlng and wife.
H. H. Duterlng and wife Indiana; J. F.
Allpltn. O. C CardweU. Albany.
Tho Oregon Clara Gosling. Cora Lobe. Se
attle; E. W. M arson. Los Angeles: Mrs.
L. S. Rowe. Seattle; O. K. Clark. Chicago;
J. C. Porter. Newberg: Mrs. J. R. Black.
Brunswick; O. R. Lawson and wife. Boise.
Idaho; E. R. Smith. Nome. Alaska; H. E.
Kenney. Detroit: 8. F. Stone. San Francisco;
Mrs. Ellis Fa ma worth. Chicago: Dr. E.
Walther. St. Paul; Dr. F. A. Loneh. Tacoma;
J. J. Adair. Warren. Ariz-: A. W. Clark,
St. Louis: B. L Toung. Seattle: John Meyers.
Butte. Mont.: Miss Downer. St. Paul; J. D.
Dalley. Chicago: Robert TV. Martin. Eagle.
Alaska: A. HalL Moro; T. Kauffman. San
Francisco: I. N. Altnan. St. Louis; M. E.
Verner. New Tork; D. E. Morgan. J. G.
Morgan. D. N. Morgan. Mercelles City. Cat:
T. L. Vance and wife. Berkeley; Olive C
Gebaur. Los Angeles; L. Thomas. MerceUes
City. CaL: E. E. Cran flail and wire, J. C
Dorse and wife. G. N. Morrison. San Fran
cisco; Robert Tates. Oakland; Mrs. R, H.
Raymond. San Francisco; Alex Culver. Los
Angeles; Mrs. Clara Vance. San Luis Obispo;
F. P. HulL Tarry town; C B. Dickson. P. W.
Dickson. Los Angeles; M. II. Pusse. Max M.
Dill and wife. C W. Kolb and wife. San
Francisco: W. G. Loyd. Chicago; T. H.
Rohdes. Denver: J. C Wilson. Vancouver,
B. C; H. F. Brlggs. San Francisco.
Tacoma Hotel. Tacoma.
American plan. Rates. fZ and up.
Hotel Dosaetlr. Tacoma.
First-class restaurant la connection.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Capital S.700,000. Rest $3,500,000.
Portland Branch, 244 TVashington Street.
E. A. "Wyld, Manager.
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ILL IN THE DARK
Lane Doesn't Take Into Confi
dence Democratic Powers.
THERE IS ANGER THEREAT
Mighty Ones of the Party Art Ie7o
ant of His Appointees and Are
Not Invited to Give
Mayor-elect Lane's policy of Ignoring
so-called bosses of the Democratic host in
making appointments has put thoe
gentlemen on edge and they are mutter
ing protests. The new Mayor has failed
to call Into conference several Democratic
giants, who think their advice ought ax
least to be listened to. and who are Im
patient over their inability to . gain ac
cess to Dr. Lane's confidence.
Such prophets of the Democratic party
as Alex Sweek. chairman of the State
Central Committee; J. B. Ryan. -secretary;
M. J. Malley. John Lamont, C B.
Williams. John Manning. B. E. Haney.
"Citizen" Parker and many others are
said to be dwelling in total darkness In
the matter of appointments and to be
sore thereat. And even Governor Cham
berlain is reported to have failed to gain
access to the new Mayor's confidence. A
conference between Governor Chamber
Iain and Mayor-elect Lane was arranged
for last Sunday, but there is a rumor of
Dr. Lane's having shied off.
One of the above-named mlghtles ex
pressed his resentment yesterday in the
"We supposed that Dr. Lane would
confer with leaders of the Democratic
party in making appointments and that
cither yesterday or today such a meet
tng would take place. We have not asked
Dr. Lane io take us Into his confidence
nor to consult us. for we have supposed
.he would do that when he needed our
advice. But tt seems that h does not
need our "advice. If this is a good policy
for the Democratic party he is the judge,
but there is to be another election and he
should endeavor to keep the Democratic
elements all hitched us together as they
were In the election three weeks ago.
You know that after a team of horses
has broken its harness there is difficulty
in bringing them, to pull together again.
Dr. Lane does not even seem to have con
sulted Governor Chamberlain."
After Dr. Lane had won the election.
Democrats were exultant for they be
lleved they were coming to a feast. Then
they awoke to the barrier of civil serv
ice rules. Now they have come to
realize that Dr. Lane Is not going to let
politics rule his appointments and that he
cares perhaps little more for the advice
of Democratic leaders than for that of
Republicans, indeed. It Is whispered In
Democratic circles, that he Is lending to
members of the Municipal Association
the ear which Democrats would like to
have for themselves alone. The most
puissant Democrats know no more about
who is going to be Chief of Police, or who
are to be the members of the Executive
Board than if they were humble Bepubll
cans, and they are compelled to admit
the fact. .
Next Saturday the new Mayor will take
his seat in the City Hall and then will
announce his appointments. Meanwhile
many "Democrats are rushing hither and
yon to learn the Identity of the lucky
Governor J. K. Toole, of Montana, ac
companied by his son Edwin, and niece,
Miss Rosecrans. arrived in Portland a't
7:25 yesterday morning and last evening
was Joined by Mrs. Toole. Miss Maxy
Kennett and J. K. Toole. Jr.. of Helena.
The party is at the Hotel Eaton and will
remain for several days.
NEW TORK. June 26. (Special.) North
westerners In New Tork:
From Tacoma C Thome, at the Gre
From Spokane R. Sweeny, at the An
' From Seattle J. R. Gay and A. B. Er
nest, at the Hotel Astor; Mrs. De Smith
at the Breslln; H. Rosenberg- and S. Mo-
ran, at the Imperial; A. M. Thomas, at
CHICAGO. June 26. (SpecIaL) Ore
gonlans registering today are as fol
Great Northern C W. Hodson. B. E.
JlcDonough, Portland; H. R. Perrlne,
Windsor Clifton M. I Roberts, W.
W. Williams, Portland.
Palmer House R. C Lib by and wife
Auditorium G. A. Tomllnson. Ore
Morrison Dr. R. McChesty, Toledo.
PORTLAND. Me., June 26. Lieuten
ant Arthur I Balentlne. U. 8. A., of
Fortress Monroe, and Miss Katherlne
Reed, daughter of the late Congress
man Thomas B. Reed, wero married to
day at the Reed residence here.
Fire Starts From Exploding Lamp
A fire In the 'residence of Mrs. M. E.
; McChristlan. at 310 Pine street, at 1:30
A. M., partially destroyed the house.
The fire started from the explosion of
a night lamp left burning in the halL
The damage amounted to about $100.
think of m
Tkk PrrHy Main. HodHtadachs at
, sciCAe, and Her Ccndiiia
jLary Was Sericvs
99 Blereatla Street,
44 A shert lime a so X found nT condi
tion verjr aerloua. I had headaches.
palas In the back, aad frequent, dtaay
spells -which Rrew trors eTerr month.
tried trro TemedJes before Pcruaa,
aad Trail disco urajred tvhea- I took, the
ftrat dose, bnt say courase soon re
turned. Ia less than trro months mr
health iras restored." Mrs. 31. Brlcls-
-r. , k
Tho Fosjuin of so many failures to
cure cnaes similar to the aboVe is the
fact tnat dis
eases peculiar to
the female sex
are- not common
ly recognized as
being; caused by catarrh.
Catarrh of one oriran is exactly the
same as catarrh of any other organ.
What will cure catarrh of the head will
also cure catarrh of the pelvic organs.
Peruna cures theae cases simply be
cause It cures the catarrn.
If you have catarrh, "write at once to
Dr. Hnrtman. giving a full statement
of your case, and he will be pleased to
give you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Ur. Hartraan. President of
The Hartmau Sanitarium. Columbus. O.
A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever
t. t. felix eomuuu's mm&
CREAM 0 MAGICAL IEAUTIRH
Retaores Tin, Ptoplss,
rreexles. Moth Patches,
Ku&,aad SUa Dtsesses.
ana every Diesna
oa besoty. sad de
fies !tectlaa. It
bu ttood th test
or ST Tears, aad I
b so hsraless we i
Is property mad. '
felt of limBar t
rw i. '
Ssrra ss!d to a
lady of tae. hxe&
tea (a pat23t)t
"As too, ladles
vQl us them.
'fiaintfliPi Otum' sa tlia lesit hsiQifal of aH the
kla prtpnruloss." 7er ssls by all droccts sad Fsscr
Good I!et ta lie Uclttd Stiln, Cauilx xad orope.
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6ERS0K & HART, DirWiulin, Porfland. Or.
Midway between San Francisco and Stan
ford University, baa not been without rep
resentation a: Harvard and the University
of California, durlnjr the twenty years of Its
existence, and at Stanford since It opened.
Its graduates are admitted to our Cali
fornia Universities without examination, and
to the leadlna; Institutions la the East that
admit on recommendations. It prepares for
and bos sent a number of boys to Tale, the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and
otber Eastern colleges and schools of science.
"We rhall be iclad to have more of the sturdy
Northern boys at Belmont. The next term
begins August 14. 1903. For catalogue and
book of views, address
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TT. T. REID. Jr.. A. M. (Harvard).
Asst. Head Master (on leave of absence).
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Portland, Cascade Locks, The Dalles
Steamers I fans Portland daUy at T A. M..
connecting at Ljle with Columbia River &
Northern Railway Company for Golden dale and
Klickitat Valley points. Round trip every
Monday. Wednesday and Friday to. Cascade
Iylw Every Sunday, excursion to Cascade
LocVa and return, leaves 0 A. M.. returns 8
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leave Seattle about July 29.
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Tbrovsh Pullnan laniards and. taurtoC
septasara fially to Oxsaha. CWfflgx S?a
an: tourist slc;lczcar dally to- Kra
City, through PsUmaa tour!t sleepl&s-ca?
irrscsallr conducted) irck.ly- to CMiaia,
Kecltnlsc chair-cars tscats irrO ta th
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with steasier tar iiwa- xty.
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steamer ilasak. A.ia Saturday,
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can City aad YaiU; Dallj-. ; Dally. ,
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Icaho and way points! except
from Rlparia. Wash. Saturday.
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et Act.; A. L. Crals. General Paaoenser As-.
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j tor fcdlcm. Kot.
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New Orleans and
j Morales train
connects at Wood.
8:30 P. M.
7U3 A. M.
30 A. M.
; burn dally except !
i Sunday with jnUa '
1 tor Mount Angel.
1 SUverton. Browns-'
' WendUng ana Na
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connecta at Wood-
I oum with lit. An-
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nectlng with S. P. Co. tralna at Dallas ascg.
Flrst-clasa fares from Portland to Sacra
mento and San Francisco. $20; berth. $3w
Second-class fare. 313; second-claaa berthf
Tickets to Eastern point and Europe. Also!
Japan. China. Honolulu and Australia.
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8:00 A. M.
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July 6. 20. August 3, 17.
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