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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1909.
Effort to Kill and Mangle Hun
dreds Fails Because
Fuse Burns Out.
FIRE CLOSE TO 10WDER
Smoke Blackens Contents of Can.
Glendalc People Startled by Sen
sational Discovery lif Manager
of the Opera - House.
GLEXDAt,E. Or., June 3. (Special.)
A most dastardly attempt at wholesale
murder was revealed here today when
31. G. Sonnemann, merchant and owner
of the Opcrahouse, found an infernal ma
chine at his new auditorium.
The Infernal machine was placed in the
vestibule of the operaliouse on the night
of March 7. whilo the home talent play.
"The Blue and the Gray." was in pro
press. The play had been well adver
tised and the wholo town turned oui 10
eee it, standing room being at a prem
ium. When the play was over. Mr. Sonne
mann, upon opening the door for the
crowd to tile out, noticed a Runny sack
containing a can about the size of a five
callon oil can. and supposing that It was
a can of oil that some one had forgotten,
he placed it to one side.
The next morning the can was still
there, and he put it away until somebody
tsliould claim it. Nobody from that day
to this claimed the can and his sus
picion being aroused, he opened the can
today and found it to contain not oil, but
'24 sticks of No. 2 Hercules dynamite,
which had failed to explode onaccount of
a defective splicing of the fuse; six feet
from tho cap.
About 40 feet of fuse had burned and
the interior of tho can and part of the
contents had been thoroughly blackened.
If the charge had been exploded, as in
tended, there is littlo hope that anybody
In the operahouse would have escaped
death or serious Injury.
No clue to the perpetrators .of the
vicious attempt has so far been discoverel
but a subscription list is being passed
throughout the district and everybody is
subscribing freely to offer a liberal re
ward for his capture and conviction.
CONTEST PIONEER'S WILL
SUIT FILED BY ITEIRS OF IjATE
V. II. jjALDWELL.
Hon, a Portland Attorney, Accused of
Using Undue Influence to Se
cure Father's Signature.
ALBANY, Or.. June 3. (Special.) A
contest was instituted in the Probate
Court here today to break the will of the
late V. II. Caldwell, a Linn County pio
neer, who dird April S, leaving an estate
valued at $75,000. George W. Caldwell, a
Portland attorney, a son and one ot
the chief beneficiaries of the deceased, Is
charged with writing the will and1 using
undue influence and over-persuasion to
induce his father to sign it. The objec
tions were signed by Almeda Caldwell,
youngest daughter of the deceased, and
who, in spite of the fact that she is an
invalid, was bequeathed only $T00.
Caldwell left 14 children, and seven of
them are bequeathed only $300 each. Be
quests of from $1000 to $1500 each are left
the other seven children, who are also
to share equally in the estate not specifi
cally bequeathed. George TV. Caldwell
and "William Caldwell are named execu
tors without bond, and are made trustees
without bond of $10,000 to be eriven to
charity, their decision in its disposition
to be absolute.
It is claimed in the objections that
Caldwell was 77 years of age when he
signed the will last November, and was
unable to roafl it or understand its pro
visions." It is alleged that he stated many
times after the will was signed that he
had made no will, and some of the heirs
assert that he never knew that he had
signed a will.
Kver since the will was filed for pro
bate, on May 8, the matter has aroused
great interest in this city, and the con
test proceedings are attracting consid
NEW ASSISTANT TO TAFT
fk;horicld Appointed to Xcw Office
to Avoid Snarls.
WASHINGTON. June 3. John C. Scho
fieid was todny appointed assistant and
chief clerk of the War Department to
take effect July 1, next. The appoint
ment was made by Secretary Taft after
consultation with President Roosevelt.
Mr. Schofield has for some time been
chief clerk of tho War Department.
The new title adding the word "as
sistant" created by Congress is inter
preted as adding an additional Secretary
of War and relieves a situation which
lias been found very embarasslng when
ever, in the absence of both the Secretary
and Assistant Secretary of War, it was
necessary for any officer in the depart
ment to act for the Secretary. In such
a case, should the officer detailed! as
chief of staff be ranked by some other
officer, a snarl in the final approval of
orders might easily be the consequence.
THOMPSON DECLARED SANE
Remains in Jail, Pending Appeal on
Behalf of the State.
TACOMA. June 3. Chester Thompson,
the slayer of Judge George Emory
Meade last year, acquitted on the ground
of insanity, and before the Superior Court
this week on a hearing on his present
mental condition, was today declared,
sane by a jury and safe to be at 'large.
The state filed notice of appeal and
pending the hearing hy tho Supreme
Court it is probable Thompson will re
main in jail.
SHOT BY HOLD-UP MAN
San Francisco Policeman Killed In
Barnary Coast Resort.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 3.-Policcman
W. If. Heinz, one of the best known of
tho Barbary Coast detail, was shot and
killed at an early hour this morning in
a dance hall by a hold-up man named
T. O. young. Young entered the place
with the evident intention of holding up
the proprietor. As he entered he drew
a revolver and covered the bartender,
who promptly dropped to the floor and
then arose, marie a race for the door
. nd escaped. The rest of the' inmates
followed, emptying t he hall. fc
Pollee.nan Heinz, who was on his beat,
saw the disturbance and entered the hall.
At the doorway, before he had time to
draw his revolver the thug met him and
tirert on him at close range, the bullet
penetrating the officer's abdomen. Heinz
foil dead just outside the entrance to the
Two other shots wer fired but it is
not yet known, by whom, as the officer's
pistol was not discharged. Other offi
cers in the vicinity rushed to the scene
and pursued Young, who fled : down
Kearney street, using their revolvers in
Young was finally captured and" is now
in tiie -city prison. Heinz was one of
the most popular officers on the force.
ATTORNEY SCORES BENSON
ACCUSES HIM OF WILFULLY
Land-Fraud Defendant Explains Re
fusal to Testify Regarding
WASHINGTON. June 3. District At
torney Baker today in the Hyde-Benson-Dimond-Schnekler
land-fraud cases open
ly charged Benson with wilfully conceal
ing testimony which should have been
given in answer to questions asked by
the prosecution. The District Attorney
asked Benson whether he had been ad
vised by counsel not to answer any ques
tion in relation to the alleged bribery of
Harlan and Valk, clerks In the General
Land Office. Benson replied that he had
received no such advice. He gave as his
reason tor refusing to answer that a
charge of bribery was pending against
him and he did not wish to incriminate
himself. The witness was asked concern
ing his relations with Henry P. Dlmond,
and how it was possible for him to con
duct business with Dimond as attorney
when he had testified that Dimond was
employed by Hyde as counsel under the
partnership agreement. The District At
torney closely questioned Benson as to
the time Dimond was first employed by
him, and thch witness severely taxed his
memory to make a lucid explanation of
happenings while Dimond was acting in
a dual capacity while agent for Hyde
An incident growing out of Benson's
refusal yesterday to testify to certain
vital points alter being instructed by the
Court to do so, was Judge ' Campbell's
statement to the Court today that he
had withdrawn as one of the advisors
of Benson as one of the legal consulting
authorities, and that whatever Benson
said should not incriminate any one in
the case. Consequently Benson was more
free in his responses to questions on
cross-examination on the previous day,
although little of a startling character
WOMEN ASSIST ROBBERS
Participate In Series of Gold Hold
ups at Rawhide, Nev.
RENO, Nov., June 3. A special from
Rawhide says that a gang of three men
and two women in a series of hold-ups,
coupled with an attempt at arson, robbed
the Rawhide hotel of 100, lining the oc
cupants against the -wall, held up- two
men in a tent, held up and beat a stage
driver, Tobbed the Blue Cross drugstore,
held up two other men, securing small
sums, and set fire to the Rawhide hotel
to prevent being discovered.
The total haul was about $400. The
thieves' took to the hills. The Sheriff,
with a posse, aided by state police, is
'n pursuit and a general round-up of bad
men is in progress.
REBUKE TO PATRIOTISM
Steamboat Captains Who Saluted
Fleet to Be Prosecuted.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 3. For having
given expression to their enthusiasm
and patriotism on the occasion of the
entrance of the Atlantic battleship
fleet into the harbor of San Francisco
on May 6. by blowing the whistles of
their vessels as raucous greeting to
tiie battleships. Captain O. W. Parker,
of the Key Route Ferry steamer Fern
wood; Captain O. Johnson, of the riven
steamer J. D. Peters, and Captain' B.
N. Hideout, of the steamer Modoc, will
have to stand trial for violating a rigid
rule of the navigation laws.
Captain John Bermingham, supervis
ing Inspector of the United States
Steamboat Inspection Service, has filed
charges against the three captains that
they violated the Federal navigation
law prohibiting the unnecessary and
useless blowing of whistles. Captain
Bermingham himself will be the prin
HONORS REVIVE OLD FEUD
Continued From First Page.
protests and bearing the alleged signa
tures of 34 officers of the "old army."
A small body of students attempted a
demonstration this afternoon in front of
the Pantheon, but were easily dispersed.
In consequence of the disturbance to
night, it has been decided to increase
the police guards at the ceremony tomor
row morning. Instructions have been is
sued that anyone attempting to create a
disturbance will be arrested.
Madame Zola watched from the Pantheon
during a part of the night. Major and
Madame Dreyfus were among those pres
ent in the Pantheon. They passed un
heeded among the crowd.
Bands of students, roughs and others,
Zolaists and anti-Zolalsts, paraded the
thorough fares in the Latin quarter, fre
quently coming"-to blows and keeping a
large extra force of police busy.
Shortly after midnight an attempt was
made to storm the approaches to the Pan
theon to the accompaniment of "The
Marseillaise" and cries of "Throw him
into the river,"' but the police soon
rounded up the rioters and drove them
away. Nevertheless, the street leading
to the Pantheon was guarded and pa
trolled all night, no one being allowed
to pass. . Some 40 students were arrested
and kept In the station house until they
A Grand l'amily Medicine.
"It grives me pleasure to speak a. good
word for Electric Bitters," writes Mr.
Frank Conlan of No. 436 Houston St.,
New York. "It s a errand family medi
cine for dyspepsia and liver complica
tions; while for lame back and tweak
kidneys it cannot be too highly recom
mended." Electric Bitters regulate tho
digestive functions purify the blood,
and impart renewed vigor and vitality
to the weak and debilitated of both
sexes. Sold under guarantee at Wood-
Tansl .Tans! Tans I at Rosenthal's,
SPLIT OVER DUBOIS
Rival Conventions in Same Hall
at Twin Falls.
BLOODSHED IS FEARED
Rival Factions Almost Come to
Blows Contesting Delegations
Will Be Sent to Denver.
Wild Scenes In Convention.
SALT LAKE CITY, June 3. A special
to Salt I,ake City tonight from . Twin
The Democratic party of Idaho is help
lessly split on the Mormon question.
Amid the wildest scenes ever witnessed
at a convention in this "state, two con
ventions were held this afternoon in the
same hall, each claiming to be regular.
A bitter contest before the regular con
vention at Denver is certain. At one
time this afternoon physical encounters
seemed imminent and once it looked as
if there might be bloodshed. The anti
Mormon faction, led by ex-Senator Du
bois, had a majority of the delegates.
The other faction elected 12 delegates.
one from eaech judicial district and five
from the state at large.
The fight arose over the election of a
The Duboisites nominated Glen Mc
Kinley, and the oppos...on put up K. I.
Perky The vote gave McKinley 148
votes and Perky 132. It was claimed
that the state committee had admitted
delegates favorable to Dubois to vote
and barred contestees that leaned
toward the opposition.
When the threats, profanity and
other riotous demonstrations subsided.
Perky called upon the opponents of Du
bois to gather around him. He led
them to another part of the hall and
organized his convention. The Perky
delegates to Denver are W. B. Mc
Farland, George IS. Erb, J. T. Ponce,
C. II. Lamberton, D. T. Evans. J. D.
Mlllsap, John C. Rice, J. H. Hawley,
Ben Grey, J. H. Garrett, W. H. Cas
sidy, J. F. Nugent.
They were instructed to vote for the
nomination of W. J. Bryan as long as
his name is before the convention. A
resolution deploring the injection ofc
the Mormon question into politics was
The Dubois convention chose as dele
gates to Denver Fred T. Dubois, Henry
Heltfield, Z. H. ' Jackson, Cary L. Day,
W. L. Eucles.
A night session Is being held by this
FELLS SPOUSE WITH
ATIFE, 61 YEARS OLD, THEN
CUTS UP AXD Bl'RXS BODY.
Mrs. Madeline King, or Port Or
chard, in Seattle Jail Charged
' With Brntal Crime.
SEATTLE, Wash., June 3. Mrs. Made
line King was brought here tonight from
Port Orchard, where she is alleged to
have killed her husband by hitting him
upon the head with a flat-iron. Mrs.
King is 61 years old. The murder is al
leged to have been committed a week ago
last Monday. ' .
According to neighbors, Mrs. King said
she killed "the old man" with a flat-iron
when he was in a drunken stupor and
burned his body in the back yard, after
King is said to have been a heavy drink
er and expended all the proceeds of their
chicken ranch in buying liquor. A daugh
ter, Mrs. Fisher, lives In West Seattle.
Shortly after the murder, the mother
asked Mrs. . Fisher to visit the farm.
There she told her daughter and others
that she came home from town and found
"the old man"' dead in a chair, after
which, in anger, she dismembered and
burned the body. She said that her hus
band, while alive, had often expressed
a "wish to be cremated.
Mrs. King was tonight placed in Jail
In Seattle. Her preliminary hearing will
be held at Port Orchard next Saturday.
Bishop Scadding's June and July
Bishop Scadding's July appointments
June 4, Boston conference with some
clergy: 5, New York, St. George's Church ; 6.
sail on steamer Campania for England; 13
due In I,lverpooI; 14, Trinity Sunday, morn
ing preach St. Agnes Church, Sefton Park,
Liverpool; evening, addre!s Kmipration
Society; 15, -conference with Sir Edward
Russell, leave for London; 16, opening of
Pan-Antcllcan Congress; 17-20, attend daily
and morning sessions of the congress; 21.
first Sunday after Trinity, morning preach
at St. John's Church, Padding-ton. London;
afternoon attend t. Paul's Cathedral; eve
ning. Westminster Abbey; 22. final session
of Pan-Anglican Congress: 23, to Win
chester; 24. service Winchester Cathedral;
2.", Winchester pageant; 2ti. to Rochester;
2S. second Sunday after Trinity, ftreach
morning and evening In Rochester: 2i).
graduating exercises and reception Living
ston Medical Missionary College.
July 1, to Canterbury, interview profes
sors at the Missionary Training College; 4,
reception to American bishops by Arch
bishop of Canterbury; S, third Sunday after
Trinity, opening service of Lambeth Con
ference In Westminster Abby; ft. Lambeth
onference, subject, 11 A. M.. "The Chris
tian Faith In Relation to Modern Thought."
2 P. M., "Reunion and Intercommunion";
7. Lambeth Conference. 11 A. M-. "Organ
ization Within the Anglican Communion,
2 P. M., "Supply and Training of Clergy";
8. Lambeth Conference. 11 A. M.. "Moral
Witness of the Church to the Iemocrat!c
Ideal." 2:30 "Religious Education In
Schools"; 9. Lambeth Conference, 11 A. M.,
"Foreign Missions." 3:30 P. M., "Prayer
book, Adaptation"; 10. Lambeth Conference,
11 A. M.. "Marriage Problems." 2:3 P. M-.
"Ministries ol Healing": 11, Lambeth Con
ference. 11 A. M., "Condmon Requisite to
Due Administration of the Holy Com
munion." The Lambeth Conference adjourns for ten
days and reassembles on July 2-7 and holds
daily sessions till August 9.
Tower Will Quit Monday.
WASHINGTON, June 3, Ambassador
Tower at Berlin has telegraphed the
State Department that he will present
his letters of withdrawal from that
post to Emperor William on June 8.
It is said at the State Department that
David J.- Hill, promoted from The
Hague to the Berlin Ambassadorship,
will present bis papers to the German
government about the middle of the
'o Game at Butte. '
BUTTE, June 3. Tacoma-Butte game
postponed. The Tacoma team is still
tied up by washouts. Present series will
probably be abandoned.
Roswell Shelley, accompanied by Mrs.
Shelley, is in the city from Carson,
Wash., where Mr. 'Shelley is interested
in a number of undertakings. Mr.
Shelley is enthusiastic over the pros
pects of this new town, and says com
pletion of the North Bank Railroad in
sures a-town of prominence at Carson.
Drive away loneliness and the
blues its easy if you try
music does it.
There is no chance to be lonesome
when there Is a Columbia, Edison or
Victor Talking Machine in the house.
If you will but slip on a record,
it won't let you be lonesome. It
keeps your ciieertul drives away the
The bright cheerful scenes of the
Theater is brought to your home you
hear the Singers as the great audi
ences hear them and the cost to you
is practically nothing.
How can vou be lonesome wMien at
I your bidding the most renowned en-
irMduiri ui ine wm iu iiy lJ JUUi
beck and make fun for you, until all
feelings of loneliness and the blues are
How can you be blue or weary or
cheerless when at a mere word a
thundering Sousa March or a vaude
ville sketch brings you back to your
self with their fun and stirring melody.
Cheerlessness has no place in a hvme
. where there is a Columbia. Edison or
victor when they go in the home, Uio
blues go out, never to return.
Each and every article, piece of
median ism or musical instrument that
has merit and is famed throughout the
world lias its individuality some par
ticular, important advantage and In
selecting it is bV far to your advantage
to make your decision when you can
see and hear them side by side then,
and only then, are you in a position to
make an intelligent choice.
There is only one place In Portland
its Ei'ers Talking Machine Pariors
where you have all the machines, and
especially the Columbia, Edison and
Victor from which to choose.
This being true, can you allow any
one to influence you into making a
purchase before coming here and giv
ing them all a fair trial and complete
tests we think not especially now,
as you have this great opportunity.
About records- we have them all
thousands upon thousands. Including
June avoid delays and disappointment
In getting just what you want by com
ing to Filers Talking Machine Parlors,
3."3 Washington St., Cor. Park, and. if
not convenient to pay all cash, small
monthly payments will be accepted.
PAYS WITH HIS LIFE
Teller Commits Suicide When
PROMOTION HIS DOWNFALL
After Stealing for Five Years as lie
ceiving Teller, Muir Is Called to
Account, Confesses and
NEW YORK, June 3. On being
questioned by the bank's officers to
day about an apparent discrepancy in
his accounts, Charles T. Muir, paying
teller of the Forty-second street
branch of the Corn Exchange Bank,
asked to be excused until he coultl ob
tain a deposit ticket to explain the
matter, went to the basement and. af
ter writing a brief confession that his
accounts were short, shot himself in
the head. He, died within an hour at
Vice-President Frew, of the Corn
Exchange Bank, said tonight that
Muir's shortage was $9068. '
Muir was one of the bank's most
trusted employes and it was while he
was receiving teller that he conducted
his peculations. In his confession he
said that the embezzlements had been
going on for five years, and that he
succeeded in covering his shortage by
substituting new deposits for old.
Three days ago he was made paying
teller of the bank and an examination
of his accounts was begun, a suspicion
having been aroused that all was not
right. In the capacity of paying teller
he was no longer in a position to con
ceal his shortage, and he momentarily
faced discovery of it- Mr. Frew said
that the shortage was fully covered
by a surety bond.
FORTUNE FOR BENEFACTOR
South Sea Merchant Journeys 7000
Miles Only to Find Friend Dead.
RPOKANE, Wash., June 3. Bringing
with him $10,000 in drnfts, which he
Intended to present to Matt Brown, a
negro who grubstaked him 24 years
ago, Charles Moorhouse journeyed 7000
miles from Tahiti, in the South Sea Is
lands, and on arriving at Mullan, Idaho,
yesterday, learned that his former
partner and benefactor died two years
Moorhouse. In 1886, went to the South
Sea Island, where he amassed a fortune
as a copra merchant. He now contem
plates giving the money to Brown's
Northwestern People In New York.
NEW YORK, June 3. (Special.)
People from the Northwest registered
at New York hotels today as follows:
From Portland J. K. Gill, at the Vic
toria. From Centralla, Wash. Mrs. G. A.
Landen, G. A. Landen, at the Conti
nental. I'rom Bellingham, Wash. P. Good
ings, at the Broadway Central.
From Tacoma, Wash. Mrs. D. J.
Crowley, at the Prince George.
From Seattle, Wash. Miss R. Gott
stein. I. Fisher, Z. V. Fisher and wife,
at the Hotel Astor; W. Martin, at tho
York; M. Holmbor, at the Grand; C. B.
Bee. at the Bartholdi.
When Fain Follows
Physic, the Physic is Wrong
Pain is always a symptom of Injury.'
Griping means that the physic is harsh
that it irritates.
You injure the bowels when you seek
to help them in that way.
The bowel lining like the skin be
comes calloused if you constantly
The hardened lining retards the natural
functions. Then you hav a chronic
condition call ingfor constant physic.
And the calloused bowels demand a
Such physic is wrong. It is wicked.
It destroys the very functions that you-
seek to aid.
You cause what you seek to cure.
One should never take any laxative save
Cascarets. They are gentle and
FROM ALL POINTS ON THE LINES OF THE
OREGON RAILROAD & NAVIGATION GO.
and SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
(LINES 1J OREGON)
DURING THE WEEK OF THE GREAT
TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE AS FOLLOWS:
T-1I1Tr Ti mo 1 f From The Dalles and all points west
Anally , J lllie IIUU From Albany a.-id Corvallis and all points north
J.- "I "3 nxcK From Pendleton and points west to The Dalles
UI1C J U.11U. J From Rosebnrg and points north to Albany
Ji 1 -i a I onrl From all points east and north of Pendleton
Ullw -L a 11 U O rrom all points socth of Roseburg
FARE AND ONE-THIRD FOR THE ROUND TRIP
Final Return Limit June 8
M O XT) A Y, JT1B 1.
lVoon Arrival at high noon of
Rex Oregonus and Court. Cavalcade
escort through decorated streets
and arches to Royal Palace.
Evening1 Feast of Lanterns and
General Illumination; Coast Ad
men'a Rose Banquet.
TVESDAY, JUNE 3.
Afternoon Opening: of the Com
petitive Rose Exhibit at the Orient
Evening; Illuminated Parade
"Spirit of the Golden West."
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8.
10 A. M. Monster prize parade of
Floral Decorated Automobiles.
Evening; Venetian Water Car
nival, procession of Illuminated
Public and Private Craft; all-day
free exhibit of rare blooms by Rose
Society at Oriental Building.
BAD MAIM AGAIN IN TOILS
George Wyatt, Wanted at Chehalis,
Captured in "West Virginia.
CHEHALJS. Wash., June 3. (Spe
cial.) This morning Sheriff Edward
Deggeller received a message from S.
L. Marstiller, the Sheriff at Elkins.
W. Va. announcing the arrest at that
place of George Wyatt. The latter Is
considered an all-around bad man.
Some months ago he was arrested, with
Susie Patton, at Doty, Wash., on a
statutory charge. Both were -lodged
in the County Jail here. Several weeks
ago Wyatt broke Jail here. The Patton
girl has fIii re voluntarily signed a con
fession implicating Wyatt. Another
felony charge can be sprung on Wyatt.
Sheriff Deggeller and County Attorney
Harmon will at once take steps to se
cure the extradition of the prisoner.
Sheriff Marstiller will receive the $150
reward offered by this county for Wy
MAKE THREATS BY LETTER
District Attorney Harmon Told to
Cease Enforcing Sunday Laws.
CHEHALIS, Wash., June 3. (Spe
cial.) As a result of his continued ef
forts in enforcing the Sunday-closing
laws in Lewis County, Attorney U. E.
Harmon, of this city, has come In for
considerable adverse comment from va
rious quarters. Within a few days he
has received at least three threatening
letters, all anonymous. Two of these
were written with a pen and were
mailed In Centralla. A day or two ago
Mr. Harmon received an anonymous
typewritten letter, dated at Chehalis
and mailed In this city. In it he is in
formed that he "had better let up on
this business." That men have been
put out of the way for less than he
has been doing. He is finally cautioned
to look out. Mr. Harmon states that
he proposes to continue his policy until
until the end of his term, regardless of
whom the enforcement of the laws will
Succumbs to Bullet Wound.
TACOMA. Wash., June 3. Mrs. Hat
tie Cole, who was shot in the Arcade
Hotel Monday night by Frank B. Kel
sey, died at St. Joseph's Hospital at 9
o'clock this morning. Bert Cole, the
woman's husband, gave orders for the
care of the body. They had been sep
arated about three years. He is a plas
terer, living in Tacoma.
Dedicate Church at Tacoma.
TACOMA, Wash., June 3. (Special.)
On June 14, the First Baptist Church
of La Camas will be dedicated by Rev.
PREPARED INSTANTLY. Simply add boil
In tr water, cool and serve. 10c. per package at
They never irritate the bowels, never
gripe. Every effect is curative.
They are as harmless as they are
One tablet is enough unless the bowels
are calloused. The dose never needs
increasing. Take them just as you
need them to insure one free move
Cascarets are candy tablets. They are sold
by all druBXists. but never ta balk. Be sare to
get tbe genuine, with C C C on every tablet.
The bos is marked like this:
The vest-pocket box is 10 oents.
The month-treatment boa SO cents.
12,9)0.000 boxes sold annually.
PROGRAMME FOR THE
Concerts In evening at
THURSDAY, JUNE 4.
10 A- M. M ag-nlflcent street
parade of Floral Decorated Vehicles,
Competitive Floats, Equestrian
Cubs, Etc.. including the marvelous
Japanese "Cherry Blossom" pro
cession. Afternoon 100 -mile Autimoblle
Race, 50-Mlle Automobile Race.
Evening; East Side Street Carni
val of Masqueraders and Children'
Damrosch Concerts at Armory
Afternoon and Evening.
FRIDAY, JOE 6.
Morning Business Houses' Re
ceptlons to Portland Visitors.
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon
Li. W. Terry, of Tacoma, at the morning
service. There will he a basket dinner
in grove, weather permitting; other
Vise In the church. Rev. J. F. Day will
preach at 2:30, and Rev. L. W. Terry at
Cliehalis to Vote Water Bonds.
CHEHALIS, Wash.. June 3. (Spe
cial.) On Tuesday, June 30, Chehalis
will vote on the question of issuing
$176,000 of special water-fund bonds, to
build a gravity water system into this
Those engaged in
pations will find that
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
will obviate, in a measure, the constipating effect of a lack
of exercise. Being made from the whole grain of wheat,
the greater residue of the food serves to increase the
peristaltic movements of the bowels, while the increased
amount of phosphorus serves as- a stimulant. This also
makes it the best food for growing children, the infirm and ,
aged. Every one likes it. . 256
fnr tYif mnn
I who eats anvthinsr he likes.
Clear thinking and clean liv
ing go with a simple diet
that does not clog the system
or tax the digestive machin
ery. Every carticle of
j Shredded Wheat
is easily and quickly digested
by the most delicate stomach.
Try it for breakfast for a
week and notice the results.
For breakfast heat the Biscuit in oven,
pour milk over it (hot milk in winter) and
a little cream. If you like the Biscuit for
breakfast you will like toasted TRISCUIT
(the Shredded Wheat wafer) for luncheon
or any meal with butter, cheese or marma-
lade. At your grocers.
Evening Allegorical and His
torical Parade of Kleetric Floats,
Including "Chinese Dragon"; Grand
Ball at Armory.
SATURDAY, JUNE 6.
Morning; Rea-atta on the River:
crews from Victoria, Vancouver ana
the University of Washington will
Noon Grand Parade of Woodmen
of tho World.
Afternoon P. N. A. Championship
Field Meet at Multnomah Field; Re
lay Races for High Schools and
Public Schools of the Northwest;
valuable trophies to be presented
for each event.
Evening; Pyro technics
queraders' Farewell to
gonus and Queen Flora.
city from the headwaters of the Ne
waukiun River. 16 M: miles east of her"e.
The preliminary survey recently made
by Engineer Miller, of Seattle, showed
that the plan is entirely practical, and
if the scheme is carried out as planned,
Chehalis will have one of the finest
water systems of any city in the North
"See hero; there's a (treat error In this
drama, on the part of the police. Julius
Caesar plionkl have been protected." L.e