Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, November 03, 1911, Page 4, Image 4

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    CIGARETTE WAR IS
BEGUN BY WOMEN
Tmperance Worker ' Makes
Purchase in Milwaukee; Ap
peals to Mayor.
SEIDEL PROMISES HELP
Women Christian Temperance
Union Adjourns to Meet in Fort
land Nest Yemr Ohio Leads
la Membership Cains.
MILWAUKEE. No. . Followlnc
th. purchase of a packaaa of
ttes by Mri E. B. InsaUa, of St
Louis. Nation! superintendent of tha
dprtmnt of anti-narcotics of the
-Women's CbrlsH.n Temperanc. t-nlon.
a local campaign for tbo Bfor"m"
of tbo Wisconsin anU-elrarett law
in tar ltd today.
Mr. Inaalla sauntered Into a store
n Third street and bought a package
of clirarettea, Sha then went to tbo
C!r Hall and called on Mayor BeldeL
-Why cannot the antl-clrarette Uw
be enforced In thla cttyT" ibo "
-lt c,n be enforced." responded tbe
Mayor, and then ho proceeded to In
terrorate hie Tlsltor. finally referring
Mrs. Inirallo to tbo Chief of Police.
W hen Mrs. Ins-alls, accompanied by two
other temperance worker, called upon
Chief of Pollco Jana'.r. they war In
formed by the Chief that hl office
would look after violator of tbo law.
The moot Important report to coma
before the National convention on Ita
cloelnc day m that from the depart
ment of peace and International arbi
tration. The convention adjourned
f rally tnnlpht to meet In Portland. Or,
rt year. The cloelnc ceremony wa
desls-nsted aa "Jubilee ntKht.- when
new members were reported by the
various states. Ohio beaded the list
with reported net rains of 1000 or
mora -
UNDERTAKER AIDS DEFENSE
Ilr-mlnf Witness aj Brnlsf Can
lie Produced After Death.
REDDIXO. CaU Nov. I. Evldenco
tending to upset the theory of th
prosecution In th trial of Danlal Flam
In, of Oakland, for the alleged mur
ler of George Vtlller. of Tacoma. wa
Introduced today by tho defense. The
strongest evldenco was riven by W.
P. Buckley, an undertaker at Tacoma,
who at the Coroner's Inquest proved an
equally strong witness for tho prosecu
tion, laying the foundation for th
tr-.eor- that bruises cannot b caused
upon a body after death.
Huckley was called to ine eiana 10
day by the def.-nse and said that bo
desired to change his testimony on
that point He declared that experi
ments performed by him aa Deputy
Coroner of Tacoma proved that a blow
upon a dead body would cause an
abrasion that could not be told from a
bruise received before death.
Villler was killed upon the roof of a
Southern Par.nc- freltcht car and Kietn
Inir is charred with bavin beaten and
choked him to death. A photograph of
bruises on the neck of tho aody. pur
porting to show that they were re
ceived before death 1 a part of tho
evidence In tho case.
A. M. Ilck. a local undertaker, tes
tified today that In irrpartnr the body
for shipment to Tai-uia he tied a cord
shout the neck. Th photorraph of
the bruise wa taken In Tacoma.
TEAL BACK FROM CAPITAL
lter-Ulon In Appeal From Spokane
Kate Case Kxpected Soon.
Jowph N. Teal, traffic attorney for
the Tortland Chamber or commerce, re
turned last nlrht from Washington. D.
C where he had been for flv week
tir the purpose of presenting to th
Commerce Court the argument of the
I'ortl.-ind Interests in the appeal taken
tv the railroads from th Interstate
Commerce Commission decision In th
Spokane rate case.
The court ha not mad a decision
on the Injunction, but In the Salt Lake
rase. Identical with the Spokane case,
excepting that certain rates svere speci
fied, the Injunction wa refused. A de
cision In the Spokane rase 1 expected
ai ny time. The advance In class
tales, attalnst which Portland mer
chants protested, has been suspended.
There Is a growing sentiment that
clt es having water communication
must use water." said Mr. Teal.
He declare.! that Immediate effort
of orrson rltiien are needed to ob
tain favorable action by the President
on the Vmatlila project, and that fur
ther activity Is necessary to keep th
livers and harbors appropriations for
this state from being rut He tblnk
th l'j,-..m Canal will be completed In
the Summer of 113.
YOUNG CREEL'S WIFE SOBS
Unhappy American Girl Married to
Mexican to Get Divorce,
NLW IOHK. Nov. 1. When th
steamer La Savole sailed for Havre to
day, she carried a handsom young wo.
man. who wept so loudly that her eobs
rould b beard on th pier. She said
she wa a daughter-in-law of Enrique
Ureal. x-Mexlran Ambassador to th
United Slate and that sh wa going
abroad to get a divorce.
"My husband 1 a Mexican and I am
aa American." ah said- "W could
not agree on anything."
PERSONALMENTION.
J. K- Miller, of Amity, ta at th
Lenox.
R. H. Cowden, of Fllverton. U at th
Oregon.
Lester S. Miller, of Seattle. I at th
Carlton. v
11. 8. Green, of Spokane, la at th
Tortland.
Edgar McLeod. of Fpokan. la at the.
Cornelius.
JX Lip man. a Seattle merchant I at
th Oregon.
f. m. Magers. merchant of Salem. Is
at th Parkin.
Mrs. A. M. Ingarsoll, of Tacoma, I
at to Portland.
Alex McKensle. Pendleton stockman,
a at tbo Parkin.
j. J. Lax kin and D. W. McCrommon,
Aberdeen timber men. are at th Ore
gon. J. W." Walden. La Grand merchant
Is at th Parkin.
Captain A. E. Parker, of Vancouver,
la at tbe Portland.
W. B. Word, of Ooldendal. la regis
tered at th Cornelius.
H j. Barnard, of San Jo. I reg
istered at tbe Ramapo.
p. a. Senfert canneryman of Th
Dalles. Is at th Imperial.
O. W. Splcer and Mr. Splcer. of As
toria, are at th Imperial.
Paul M. French, banker of Th
Dalle. Is at th Cornelius.
H. Anderson, a Koseburg merchant
la registered at the Carlton.
J. C Scott Walla Walla merchant
la registered at tbo Oregon.
P. 8. Burr, a railroad contractor of
San Francisco, la at tbo Oregon.
Eugene Franc, an Aberdeen lum
berman. Is registered at tbe Perkins.
James SL Sheridan, of Washington.
D. C, U .registered at th Portland.
CHICAGO. Nov. 1. (Special.) Mr.
and Mr. B. M. Currln and Mrs. W. C
Noon ar registered at th Stratford
Hotel.
ITALIAN FLEET IS EAGER
COMMANDER. IX READINESS TO
MOVE AGAUfST TURKEY.
Aeroplane Experiment bo Sncoesa
fnl. More. Machine Are Or
dered to Front
ROME. .Nov. I. Rear-Admiral Aut
rey. wbo has resumed command of th
Italian fleet off th African coast to
day notified the government that
there being sufficient troop to fac
th enemy without th assistance of
tho warships, be wa ready to under
take any naval operations against Tur
key. Th Commander consider he will be
able to occupy several Islands of th
Grecian Archipelago or blockade tho
Dardanelles, make a naval demonstra
tion before Salonlkl and Smyrna or
bombard th fortifications at any point
advisable.
The experiment with aeroplane
hav been so successful that others
have bean ordered to the front
GERMAXT BLAMED BV TOUT
Ex-Grand Vizier Says Berlin Prom
ised Italy Would Xot Send Troops.
LONDON. Not. I. The Dally Tele
graph's Constantinople correspondent
ays that a sensation ha been caused
by the revelation that Hakka Bey. th
ex-Grand Vlxler, If Impeached for th
defense of Tripoli, will declare that the
German Ambassador repeatedly assured
htm that Italy would never send a
regiment or a ship to Tripoli and for
that reason his Cabinet has not con
sidered It necessary to dispatch troop
or war material to Tripoli.
ITALIAN IXFAXTRY RETREATS
ElghtT-eecond Regiment t Tripoli
DriTen Back by Turks.
TRIPOLL Nov. I. Th Elghty-eee-ond
Italian Infantry was forced to fall
hark from Its position by a fore of
Turk whlcb appeared before th line
of defense last night.
Failure of shells to explode rendered
Ineffective nre from Turkish guns
brought up south of El Sloarl today.
Italian artillery silenced tho guns and
forced the Turks to retire.
IDOW NEAR DEATH
Woman Suspected in Connec
tion With Demise of Nine.
POLICE REPORT AWAITED
Pending Climax of Chicago Mys
tery, Principal rignro Suffers
Same Stomach Pains as Those
Who Mysteriously Died.
CHICAGO. Nor. t. Within a few
hours of th promised delivery to th
Coroner of a report that will bring to
a climax or antl-cltmax th us
plclon aroused In th minds of th po
llc by th death of her lodger. Police
man Arthur Blssonettl. and by the pre
vious deaths of eight other relative or
acquaintance. Mrs. Louis Vennllya to
night surprised the detective guarding
her In her home by a requet that a
lawyer b ummoned to draw her will.
Th suspected, widow said she was
suffering from the same kind of pains
In th stomach that bad preceded th
deaths of the nine.
The report oon to bs mad Is that of
Walter Hayner th toxlcologlst who
baa examined th viscera of th dead
policeman for traces of poison or oth
er indications of the cause of hi death.
Th nine persons who mysteriously
died at different times under the wom
an' roof Included two husbands and a
number of children and stepchildren. .
TRAIN WRECKING TRIED
Tie) and Steel Rail Placed on Spo
kane A Inland Tracks.
SPOKANE, Nov. 1. A deliberate at
tempt to wreck the Spokane & Inland
Express for Coeur d'Alene. which left
Spokane at 11:20 P M., Tuesday, was
made at three placea between Huetter
and Coeur d'Alene.
A tel rail was placed across one of
the main Una tie and ties and a stump
were placed at two other places within
10 yards of each other a short dis
tance from th steel rail.
Fortunately for the 1S passengers,
the express motor carried a long pilot
. . . w. . I r! . ih. first nhatac.le
wnicn puiuc - -
and th econd wa discovered when
tbe train was stoppea.
AMERICAN CITIZEN IS HELD
Italian Authorities Forcibly Detain
San Franciscan.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 1. (Special.)
Restrained from leaving his native
land, now engaged In a war with Tur
key, because bis passport does npt show
that the two children accompanying
him and his wlf ar American born,
8. Sbraggl. a wealthy San Francisco
wholesale butcher, ha been forced to
appeal to friends here to furnish the
necessary documents. With Mrs. Sbrag
gta and his son and daughter, he 1 un
der urveillanc at Lucca. Italy, pass
ing bis tlm on parole until the proof
of bis claim can reach htm.
Sbraggla's attorney toda,y seoured the
Superior Court seal attesting th reo
ords of birth for the children. This pa
per was then attached to a certificate
t3iiUJ
Mill!
;iiii i r i hi
Ifs a Pleasure, a Satisfaction
and a Profit, Both to You and
Us, to Get You to Wearing Our
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
We realize fully the importance of satis
fying our customers. We know every
time we sell one of these Suits or Over
coats that we're giving a good profit to
the man who buys it; that he's getting a
style, a finish and an all-wool quality that
he can't find in the same measure elsewhere
Suits
$20 to $40
Overcoats,
Raincoats
$18 to $35
Sam'i Rosenblatt & Co.
Copyright Hart SobaflaoT Jk Uars
of baptism by priests at San FrancUco
and a document signed by the Italian
Consul, setting forth that aU of tbe
seal and papers are genuine and reg
ular. Today's mall started tho bulky rec
ord on Its way. and within two weeks
lt Is expected Bbraggla and his family,
will be released and allowed to proceed.
Ebraggla came to the United States
when a poor boy and engaged In the
meat business. He owns several large
packing plant today and 1 rated aa
worth ,250.000.
Two month ago he left hero with his
family for a visit to his relatives In
Italy. Upon presentation of his pass
port to the Italian authorities h was
Informed that because there was noth
ing set forth therein about his chil
dren being American-born, be would
not be permitted to leave th country.
Sbraggla then appealed to the United
State Consul at Lucca.
t.. ir.v.rc' Association
I CiilllCt J iiu.ivi ...
today elected A. C Shulte.'- Plattavllle.
Wis., president. Stat presidents In
clude A. H. Lea, for Oregon.
Train Kills Woman, at Porter.
MONTE SANO, Wash, Not. S. (Spe
cial.) News reached her today of tbe
death of Mrs. T. H. Johnson, who was
killed by a train last Saturday In front
of her boms at Porter, In this county.
Her son-in-law, J. W. Jefferlea, and
wlfo wer with her at the time of th
accident. Mr. Jefferles was going to
bis work in a field near by and. hear
ing th train coming, he called to th
women to remain where they were.
Mrs. Johnson stopped, but when the
train wa within about five feet of her
she apparently leaped right in front
of It. She died In about two hours
after th accident. Th train was run
ning about 15 miles per hour. She Is
survived by a widower, two daughters
and three sons.
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pi if A ' ,U'V
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what more could you ask?
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5 Acre to 80 Acre Tracts of Columbia Acres Are Selling
at $20 to $80 an Acre, and on Liberal Terms
Plan to Take a trip to Columbia Acres Next Sunday
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OFFICE IN LUMBER EXCHANGE BUILDING. SECOND and STARK STREETS and at COLUMBIA ACRES
Stetson Hats
Cluett Shirts
Wunderhose
Third and
Morrison
Streets
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Every article is produced by the
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Charge Accounts Solicited
No charge whatever for credit accommodation.
We will be more than pleased to have you remit
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payments most convenient to yourself.
OUTFITTING CO.
Washington at Tenth The Big Modern Credit Store
FREE! FREE!
One Pint bottle of a high-grade cordial, apricot, orange or cherry. To
call attention to the opening of our wholesale famfly liquor store to
day and tomorrow, we are giving a one-pint bottle ofa high-grade cor
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Our prices guaranteed to be as low as any in the city Our goods are
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Eastern Liquor Co.
40 N. Sixth St, Corner of Oouch. Phcnes Main 823, A 2142