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VOL. XLIX.-yO. 15,280. PORTLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1909. PRICE FIVE CENTS.
JACKSON'S PHOTO '
ON WALL, 2 FIGHT
TEXXESSEEAX IN SAWMILL RE
MURDERER GETS fprCPT
OUHDT CrMTCMPC LI I LU I
MAY BE HIS TOMB
SEARCHING PARTY SEEKS FOR
onun i ocn i lil
CHICAGO CHATTFFEC R GETS
THREE MONTHS IN' JAIL.
Violence Feared When
Dead Are Recovered.
WATER TURNED INTO SHAFT
Cherry Colliery Officials Sure
All Men Are Dead.
RESCUER IS TURNED BACK
Rod Cross Appeal for Aid for Sur
rlrors Meets Quick Response.
Eighty-six Families Left
Without Male 'Members.
CHERRY. EI., Nov. 16. Troops have
been called to prevent any -untoward
demonstration at the St. Paul coal mine,
when bodies of the 300 men entombed
by Saturday's catastrophe are brought to
the surface. Sheriff Skoglund, of Bureau
County, wkith authority from State's At
torney Eckhart, telegraphed to Spring
field lat today, asking Governor Deneen
to send several companies of state militia.
So fac no violence has been displayed
and State's Attorney Eckhart hopes by
the presence of a small guard to prevent
any ill-advised move on the part of tha
miners, whose feelings have been wrought
up by the loss of their comrades.
"We want the troops at once; that's
all there is about it. We will take no
chances." declared the State's Attorney.
Two companies of militia from Gales
hurgr and one from Kewanee have been
ordered to report here at midnight.
"The decision to call for troops was
agreeable to all concerned," said Sheriff
Skoglun. "It was thought that when
they began to take up the bodies con
fusion might ensue. The coming of
troops does not change the situation,
for the mine Is practically In the hands
of the state, owing to the presence of
the State Mine Inspectors."
A fire engine with other' fire-fighting
apparatus from Chicago also arrived
tonight and was set up at the mouth of
All Thought to Be Dead.
When the bodies will be brought to the
surface Is doubtful. None of the offi
cials believes any of the 300 entombed
men are alive. The subterranean fires
today were more Intense than when the
men were entrapped three days ago, and
no efforts could be made to enter the
Fire Chief Horan, of Chicago, arrived
with a supply of hose and chemical fire
extinguishers. The seal over the mouth
of the shaft was perforated and it was
Intended to force water and chemicals
down through pipes. A thermometer in
the sand on top . of the seal showed a
temperature of 110 degrees. Indicating
that heat In the Interior of the mine was
Intense. Chief Koran shook his head.
"It s no use."" he said, "to lift the lid
today, as It would mean that the whole
mine would blaze up and there would be
no possibility of recovering even the
bodies. The coal deposits would take
fire and the timber supports would crum
ble. Perhaps another shaft will have to
be dug to recover the remains of the
Eighty-six homes visited were, with the
exception of children, without male mem
bers. Cause of Disaster Sought.
Speculation was rife as to the location
of the bodies in the mine. Upon this will
be determined the immediate cause of the
men's death whether It was fire, suffo
cation by smoke, or the falling In of
parts of the mine. It Is the opinion of
veteran mlneworkers that In time of
danger a miner will remain near the
hoisting shaft until driven to remoter
parts in searca of air. If the bodies are
found near the shaft, it was declared. It
would Indicate the men perished by fire.
If they are found in the more distant
galleries, suffocation by smoke or gas
was probably the cause of death.
The repeated sealing up of the mouth
of the mine. ' necessary to stop draught
and smother the fire, it is held, was
'sufficient to generate enough gas to kill
the men in any part of the mine.
The location of the bodies will Indicate
also about when the men died, for nox
ious gases did not become fatally dense
until some time after the first fire was
subdued. The belief was expressed by
Mine Manager Taylor that men in the
mine died soon after the disaster Satur
day. Taylor has repeatedly risked his
life to get Into the mine and yesterday
almost perished when he wandered 200
feet from the main shaft and returned
Just in time to see .the rekindled flames
eating their way toward the cage, his
only means of escape.
Taylor Has Xo Hope.
"Every man in that mine died on the
day of tho fire," said Taylor. "It is a
mistaken idea that the entombed men
could have hastened far out in the gal
leries of the mine and there found oxj--gen
enough to keep them alive for the
"It is a mistake to think that sealing
the shaft cuts off the circulation of air.
It does not. Our anemometers have
shown all along" a good circulation of air
In the shaft, but the damage that was
fatal had been done long before the mine
Concluded on Face 0.)
Indicted for Manslaughter, Reckless
Driver Is Allowed to Plead
Guilty to Assault Charge.
CHICAGO, Nov. Id Special.)Chauf
feurHallie Stokes, the chauffeur who, on
January 25, ran down and killed Miss
Emma Wlnkelman. was today given
three months in Jail, "as a warning to
other reckless chauffeurs."
The killing of Miss Wlnkelman was par
ticularly atrocious. She was on her way
home from church and had Just stepped
out of a car when Stokes, driving his
machine at a furious clip, tossed her 20
feet to the stone pavement, killing her In
Without a backward glance, he kept
on his way and escaped. He eluded the
police for two days. It was. shown at the
time that he had just been dismissed by
some patrons who objected to bis reck
less driving, and was on his way back
to the barns. Eventually he was In
dicted for manslaughter, but he finally
"agreed" to plead guilty to "assault,
and on this he was sentenced to 90 days.
The case was about as near murder as
If be had slain the girl with a rifle, and
at the time the police announced they
Intended to "make an example" of him.
JAIL, THEN SHRIEVALTY
Imprisoned Sheriff, When Freed, to
WASHINGTON, Nov. 16. Rather than
ask for clemency from, the Government
that has fixed upon him the stigma of
failure to perform his duty as Sheriff,
Joseph F. Shipp,' will probably choose to
go back to the people of Hamilton
County, Tenn., after his term In Jail for
contempt of the Supreme Court of the
.United States has been served.
He plans to test the Tenesseeans" con
fidence in him by asking them to re
elect him to office.
CONSUMPTIVE IS SET FREE
Violation of Anti-Pass Law Over
looked in Case of Sick Man. f
CHICAGO, Nov. 16. Charles J. Iiuhd
bloom, a consumptive, who was arrested
for violating t he interstate commerce
law relative to issuing passes, was. re
leased by the Federal authorities today.
Bernard Love, who obtained the pass for
Lundbloom by representing the - con
sumptive as his brother, will be prose
cuted. It is probable Lundbloom will receive
transportation to Denver. Mrs. Lund
bloom also Is ill. The family is aaid to
be without funds and District Attorney
Sims refused to prosecute the case.
SCOLDED GIRL IS SUICIDE
Girl Makes Good Her Threat AVhen
Mother Calls In Neighbor.
PHOENIX. Ariz., Nov. 16. Connie Ger
man, 16-year-old daughter of Mrs. Taylor,
of this city, shot and killed herself to
day. She had disobeyed her mother by going
tarantula hunting with some companions
and when she returned the mother
threatened to call in a neighbor to heat
"If you do, I'll kill myself," said the
girl. Mrs. Taylor called the neighbor
and the girl seized a revolver and sent a
bullet into her breast.
PINCH0T TO KNOW STATUS
Government Forester Asks Taft to
WASHINGTON, Nov. 16. Tt Is rumored
tonight that Glfford Pinchot, Government
Forester, has written to President Taft,
expressing a desire to nave his status
In the Administration more clearly de
fined so as to set at rest the so-called
controversy between Secretary of the In
terior Ballinger and himself in regard to
the conservation policies.
The report has it that in his letter to
the President Mr. Pinchot requested Mr.
Taft to declare himself emphatically
either for Pinchot or for Ballinger.
RAIN WRECKS SALT PONDS
Seal Islands Precipitation 'Is 11
Inches in One Day.
GRANDTURK. Turks Islands. B. W. In
dies. Nov. 16. Turk's Islands suffered
severely from recent wind and rain
storms. There was a great waste of
salt, the salt ponds on both these Islands
and Seal Cay Island being flooded. One
day 11 inches of rain fell.
The British schooner Alexandria, which
was driven ashore at East Harbor Fri
day. Is a total wreck. The crew barely
escaped with their Uvea
ROOF MURDER ADMITTED
I'nknonn "Ruth" Writes That She
Killed .Gannon for Revenge.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Nov. 16. A
letter was received by the authorities
here today signed "Ruth," In which the
writer declares that when she is found
the police will have the "one who killed
R. D. Gannon." "I killed him because
he wronged me," the letter continues.
The body of Gannon, a real estate
dealer, was found on the roof of an
office building here two weeks ago.
Maud Geek is under arrest charged with
being an accessory to bis murder.
Bell Telephone Takes
Over Western Union.
POSTAL Ml BE ABSORBED
Sale of Gould Stock Makes Gi
gantic Deal Possible.
MILLIONS TO BE SAVED
Wires of Two Systems Will Be Used
Interchangeably, One Business
Becoming Auxiliary of Other.
Combine long Contemplated.
BOSTON, Xov. 16. A long, stride toward
tho cnmnleto control bv one corporation
of all wire communication in the United
Ktotc Trno mode todav in the acquisition
by the American Telephone & Telegraph
Company of the control of the Western
Union Telegraph Company.
Tn maVa h Ahsmratlon oomplete. the
Incorporation of a new $1,000,000,000 com
pany Is announced. It Is said the new
mmnr.llm will Include the $592,475,400 of
bonds and stock of the American Tele
phone & Telegraph Company, known as
thA !.!! Comnanv. and the ouisianains
165,O0O,O0O of bonds and stocks of the
Western Union Company.
Millions AV111 Be Saved.
The acoulsition of the Western Union
stock by the Bell Company has been In
TirnETCN for six months, and only & suf
ficient amount to Insure control, said to
be 51 per cent, was taken over.
Officers of the telephone company be
lieve that the merger will save the Bell
Company 375,000.000 in new construction,
whti it also will enable the utilization of
wires both for telegraphing and telephon
ing. -Minor Companies Are Included.
MKoclated corporations engaged
In telenhone business, a majority of whose
jrtnek reste In the treasury of the present
ooncern. are: New Tork Telephone Com
pany, 350,000,000; New England xeiepnono
& Telegraph Company 331,700,000; Bell
Telephone Company of Pennsylvania,
331,150,000; New Tork and New Jersey Tel
ephone Company, 325.400.000; Southern Bell
TabnhnnA fnmrvunv X21.4O0.000: Cumber
land Telephone & Telegraph Company,
318,000.000; Chicago Telephone Company,
317,500,000; Western Telephone & Tele
graph Company, 316,000,000; Bell Tele
phone Company of Canada, 312,500,000.
Tha telephone system annually trans
acts 6,956,800.000 messages, while the
Western Union handles 68,063,000. The tel
ephone system has 8,089,879 miles of wire
onH thA Vntcrn TTnlnn 1. 3X2.509. The to
tal property value of the telephone com
pany Is 3545,045.600 and that o the West
ern Union 3124,086,920.
STOCK SALE AIDS MERGER
Transfer of Gould Property Makes
Big Combine Possible.
NEW YORK. Nov. 16. Announced In
Boston and confirmed In New York, an-
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Storm Comes Up Soon After Marlon
Hurd Starts on Trip in Cas
EUGENE, Or., Nov. 16. (Special.)
much uneasiness Is felt here for the
safety of Marlon Hard, a forest ranger
and son of G.'F. Hurd, of this city, who
started across the Cascades by way of
the old military road ten days ago on
horseback, and from whom nothing has
Hurd set out for his station at Ross
land, Crook County. For the past two
days the wires into Rossland have been
dowrj and no word could be had from
there until this afternoon. It was re
ported that .he had not arrived and his
whereabouts are not known.
Supervisor Seltz a', once telegraphed for
a searching party of four to start out
from Rossland, and he himself will head
a similar party to leave Eugene in the
morning. The party from here will be
followed by a six-horse team with pro
visions. At the Hill ranch Bill Hill will
Join the Seitz searching party.
The fear of Hurd's people and many
friends here is strengthened by the fact
that two men by the name of Mahan
and Roberts started across the moun
tains, but by the McKenzie route, and
they encountered so much cold and snow,
which was getting deeper as they pro
ceeded, that they came back to McKenzie
Here they found a family that had
Just been rescued after crossing tha sum
mit of the mountains from the other
side almost frozen. They had been
brought in on horseback, their own horses
having perished in the enow from fatigue.
It is possible that Hurd is at the Sig-
don ranch, but no word can be had
from there. Again he may have made
his camp In the mountains, but his sup
plies were not sufficient to last him long.
INSANE WILL PICK FRUIT
Outdoor Method That Has Cured
Drinkers Tried for Dementia.
CLEVELAND, Nov. 16. A plan for
fresh-air treatment of the city's insane
at the municipal farm colony was an
nounced today. The city will place per
sons suffering from curable dementia in
fruit orchards and vegetable gardens at
the Warrensville farm.
Similar treatment has proved effective
with drink victims, .
GEORGE CROCKER SICK MAN
Son of California Pioneer Seriously
III In New York.
NEW YORK. Nov. 16. George Crocker,
son of a multi-millionaire California pio
neer. Is seriously ill at his Fifth-avenue
residence. His older brother, William H.
Crocker, recently hurried from Europe
and Is with him.
Physicians have not made known the
cause of his Illness, but It is said to be a
disorder of the stomach.
JOHN G. CARLISLE . BETTER
Former Secretary's Physician Says
His Condition Is Encouraging.
NEW YORK, Nov. 16. John G. Carlisle
ex-Secretary of the Treasury, who Is ill,
continued to Improve today..
His physician. Dr. Joseph B. Bryant,
said tonight that his condition was en
THE LAW IS BLIND SURE THING.
On Carpet 20 Hours,
MRS, EDDY'S ARGUMENT WINS
Woman Tried for "Mental Mal
practice" Admits Wrong.
LEADERS' JUDGMENT TAKEN
Accused Christian Scientist Issues
Statement After Jong Secret Ses-
sion Board of Directors Con
demn Her Healing Method.
BOSTON. Nov. 16. For 20 hours, 10 yes
terday and 10 today, Mrs. Augusta F.
Stetson, of New York, accused of
"mental malpractice," was In secret con
ference with the board of directors of the
First Church of Christ, Scientist, In the
Inner council-room of the mother church.
Mrs. Stetson Bows.
While the deliberations were secret,
their result was apparent tonight, when
Mrs. Stetson issued a statement In which
she asserts that she bows to the Judg
ment of the mother church against her
and furthermore that she will obey "my
leader" by uniting with those who felt
It was right to condemn her In their tes
timony. She Makes Statement.
Mrs. Stetson's statement follows:
"Our beloved leader, Mary Baker Eddy,
has requested us all to unite with those
In our church who are supporting the
mother church directors. Today I have
received a copy of her letter addressed
to the trustees of our church.
. "For 25 years I have gladly obeyed her
In every question. I have always found
that by doing this T drew nearer to God.
Students know that I have taught them
to do likewise, without questioning her
wisdom; therefore, they do not need any
wod from me in adding to what our be
loved leader has said to guide them at
Declares Judgment Right.
"They will know that it Is right for
them to unite with those who supported
the mother church directors In the judg
ment rendered against me. I myself
have been obeying that judgment and I
shall continue to do so. I shall, further
more, obey my leader by uniting with
those who felt it was right to condemn
me in their testimony. My leader's let
ter induces me to believe that I may have
been wrong where I felt that I was ab
"For 25 years I have watched and
prayed for guidance and strength in cor
recting every error revealed to me by
God and by my leader or by any of my
General Reyes Sails for Europe.
NEW' YORK, Nov. lS.-MSeneral Bern
ardo Reyes, ex-Governor of the State of
Nuevo Leon, Mexico, and frequently men
tioned as a candidate for the Mexican
Presidency as President Diaz successor,
sailed today for Europe on the steamer
Man Who Is Forced to Retract Se
cures Gun and Goes in Search of
Assailant; Row Follows.
WENATCHEE. Wash., Nov. 16. (Spe
cial.) The picture of Andrew Jackson
caused a disturbance in a sawmill camp
on the Swakane River, eight miles from
this city that neariy resulted in the death
of John Sweet, a laborer In the camp.
Sweet and a co-worker named Shaw
were at the supper table last Friday
evening when Shaw, who was Intoxi
cated, began to berate Andrew Jackson's
picture, which hung on the wall. Sweet,
a Tennesseean, resented the, Insults and
made Shaw take back what he had said.
Afterward Sweet was sitting in his
cabin with companions when Shaw opened
the door and pointed a rifle at Sweet.
Sweet jumped for the gun and a fight
ensued. With a knife, Shaw started for
Sweet, but companions drove him off.
Shaw then left for the hills and nothing
has been heard of him since. The officers
are looking for him with a warrant charg
lng assault with intent to kill.
LAKE STEAMER FOUNDERS
Ottawa Turns Turtle and Crew Is
CALUMET. Mich., Nov. . 16. The
steamer Ottawa, a Canadian wheat boat
bound from Port Arthur for Lower Town,
Ont.. foundered off Passage Island yes
The Otftiwa began to turn on her side
and had almost turned turtle before the
last of the crew could be taken off. The
crew had pulled only a short distance
from the steamer before she disappeared
Captain Birnle may die and three mem
ber of the crew are In a serious con
ditlon as a result of exposure.
STURGEON BAY, Wis., Nov. 16. One
life was lost and ten 6ailors barely
escaped when the steamer Louis Pahlow
was wrecked in the storm that swept
Lake Michigan today. When two miles
from Ford River the wheel cable parted-
PENNILESS VOYAGER HELD
Plea of Wager May Enlist Consul in
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 16. After
making his penniless way three-fourths
around the globe on a wager, Alphonse
Vergonjeanne may have to go back the
way he came, unless the French Am
bassador at Washington can stay the
hand of the immigration authorities of
this port who are required' by law to
return stowaways whence they came.
Vergonjeanne said that his trip was
the result of a wager entered into in
Paris, April 21, when a party of friends
wagered 25,000 francs against the possi
bllity of making one's way around the
world In six months without a cent. Con-
sul-General Merou of France has taken
up the case of his compatriot who arrived
here last Friday on the Manchuria, with
a dollar and a copper penny In his pocket.
BLAZE CARRIED TO WATER
Minus Roof and Sides, Car Is Re
turned to Place After Drenching.
SPOKANE. Wash., Nov. 16. (Special.)
Because fire was destroying a carload
of baled hay at Chewelah, north of Spo
kane, this afternoon, and the hay was
beyond reach of a Are hydrant, Chewelah
volunteers moved the fire to the water
plug, where It was extinguished. On the
siding near the Spokane Falls & Northern
depot was the boxcar loaded with the
hay ready for shipment, when flames
were discovered. A car loaded with fur
niture standing nearby was then in
danger and it too was moved.
Chemicals falling to check the fire be
cause of the compact hay bales, the load
was shunted down the track, hose was
attached to a fire plug, the flames were
extinguished, and the car vas returned
to the depot minus its roof and sides.
NEW PACIFIC LINE PLANNED
Liner Waits for James Bain, Hurry
ing West With Details.
VANCOUVER, B. C, Nov. 16. (Spe
cial.) The sailing of the Empress of
Japan to the Orient is to be delayed
until noon on Thursday to permit James
Bain, one of the dignitaries of the Brit
ish mercantile marine, and formerly su
perintendent of the Cunard line, to
catch the vessel.
He is speeding west from Winnipeg,
en route to Hongkong, and his business
is said to concern the establishment
of a new steamship line on the Pacific
Ocean to run to this port. Details re
garding the proposed line are not made
PARTNER BETRAYS PUTER
Confession of Released Prisoner Fol
lowed by Suit to Recover $50,000.
ST. PAUL. Minn., Nov. 16. Horace D.
McKinley, just released from prison for
Government land frauds, has made a
confession implicating his former partner,
S. A. D. Puter, and other Western men
in swindling a St. Paul millionaire
named Fclzer out of nearly 60.000.
Falzer has begun suit to recover the
amount he lost.
Pacific Northwest Nine
Is No More.
TIE VOTE DENIES THE RIGHT
'I'm Soured on Coast League,'
Says Magnate McCredie.
MAY QUIT BALL HOLDINGS
After All-NiRht Session of Club
Owners at San Francisco, Port
' Innd Man Refuses to Announce
His Action of Future.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 16.-rSp-vial),
After an all-night session the Pacific
Coast League, by a tie vote of 3 to ".
denied the right of the Pacific Northwest
League to Install a club In Portland this
coming year, as they had last season.
Henry Berry, of Los Angeles, and
Happy Hogan, of Vernon, voted witli
Judge McCredie for the granting of the
request, while Ed Walter, of Oakland, and
Charlie Graham, of Sacramento, and D.
W. Long, who held the proxy for the San
Francisco club, voted in the npgative.
McCredie Is Incensed.
Judge McCredie was decidedly Incensed
at the stand taken by the league di
rectors, and while he has not made any
statement as to the stand he will take
In the matter, there is apt to be some
thing popping In baseball circles on the
Coast after he has returned to his hom
in the Northwest.
It was Intimated earlier in the session
that the permission to have a class B
club In Portland would be granted the
Northwest people In case they would
agree not to count the Portland popula
tion in making their request next July
for higher classification. Either Judge
McCredie refused to agree to such a
proposition or did not have the proper
(Concluded on Fage 4.)
INDEX OF TODAY'S NEWS
YESTERDAY'S Maximum temperature, 40. 7
degrees; minimum. 21'. 7 degrees.
TODAY'S Cloudy, wtth light rain; warmer;
light east wind.
General Cliamorro, leader of Nicaraguan
revolutionists, menaces Zelaya hi Grey
town. Page 3.
House of fiords to reject budget, great
fight expected. Page 4.
Suspicion points to 22 weighers as impli
cated in "sugar trust" fraud. Page 5.
Years of labor make Manila's defence now
like another Gibraltar. Page 3.
Ballinger withdraw from entry power sites
in Central Oregon. Page 6.
St. Paul Road advances rates to Orient,
thus averting; traffic war. Page 2.
Christian Science board of directors con
demning Mrs. Stetson for mental mal
practice, she accepts leaders' Judgment,
Troops ordered to Cherry, 111., to pre
serve order when :tOu bodies of colliery
disaster victims are brought out of mine.
Bell Telephone system ahsorbs Western
Union in billion-dollar merger. Page 1.
Charles N. Crittenton. founder of refuse
borne for unfortunate girls, dies. Page Tt.
Charles T Warrlner goes to jail and war
rant issues for Mrs. Ford. Page 2.
Chauffeur who kills woman Is given threa
months in Jail as "warning." Page 1.
McCredie loses fight. Northwestern league
out. Page 1.
Boxing programme of Rose City Athletic
Club smoker on December -j win ne mane
up of lightweight events, page 7.
Holladay wins football game from Shattuck
by score of J to o. race .
Champion Patterson wins 100-yard swim
ming contest for Harmar trophy. Pag
Donald McMaster appointed to succeed W.
W. McCredie on hencn ui ciara county.
Washington. Page 8.
Hypnotism overruled as defense in trial of
M rs. Kvaisnauc ior raumer oi nusuiu.
Enrollment at Willamette 1 niversity shows
rain of 2o per cent, rage u.
Union Pacific will ship coal from Aberdeen.
Federal Judge orders acquittal of T. TT.
Wvatt, accused or perjury, at Moscow.
Trial of Mike Ryan, slayer of Edward
Dixon. In land uispute, begins anew in,
Pendleton. Page S
Picture man fondles ns that of lost 5'ster in
wife No. 1. and bigamy suit follows.
Grandmother of bor accuses her father of
kidnaping him at jroutaaie. race - ,
Forest ranger lost in Ca-scades, ucstti :
feared. Page 1.
Commercial and Marine.
Bears hammering the hoy market. Page 1.
"Wheat declines steadily at Chicago. Page
Tone of stock market unsettled. rage 10.
Local inspectors investigate th death oC
John Robinson, oiler on tne areage to-
lumbia. Page IS-
Portland and Vicinity. '
Festival hearts plan to try to raise every
known rose of tne woria in t oruana son.
Lowlt awaits release from County Jail ,
' i ntrt i.An,lD is It a f urnfhH hv
security company. Page 1 2- 1
Ex-Senator Fulton denounces trial court for ;
conduct of Scnmltz case, neiore vrcgun
Bar Association. Page 18.
Police Detective Day welromi Investigation ;
says there is a piot against mm. .
Judge Gat ens releases bunco steerer on
ball ana latter skips new ocnsanon m
police scandal. Page 14.
James H. Errickson. popular manager of .
Orpneum I neater, mes suuueniy. i bkr il
City Beautiful committee canvass results In '
fftloo in subscriptions in nrst aay. :
Surveyors' activity in University park attrlb- !
uted to Chicago. Milwaukee & M, Paul. :
Faare 14. j
Man hurt In ftght with brother die next
day. Past ?