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THE 3lTm:irjr uheuuii 1A.T, SAT u ftDAT, 3
Secretaries of Portland Or
ganizations Are Sum
moned by Federal Jury.
AGENTS DELVE IN SECRET
All-Coaat ffcnitlny Said to Be on to
Break l"p Alleged Combine of
Hardware Men and Other.
Price May Prop.
Agents of the Interstate Commwt
Commission have bn at work secretly
SwSSSsa:ilEW APPOINTEE HERE
to exist among plumbers and hardware
men. Other dealers in meiai
are said to be Involved, and the activity
of the Federal Investigators. It Is re
ported, extends throughout the Coast.
Including Los Angeles. San Francisco.
Oakland. Tacoma and Seattle as well
Secretaries of the various organisa
tions with which dealers In metal goods
are affiliated have b'n subpenaed to
appear before the Federal grand Jury.
They have been asked to bring their
books with the. A list of the mem
bers alio baa been demanded from each
organization. Their purposes and meth
ods will be probed to the bottom. Tha
Government seems determined to dis
organise any monopoly or "understand
ing" that may exist.
raeaMaea Are Quitted.
In an Indirect manner the result
ought by the Commission Is being ac
complished. Members are withdrawing
from the various organizations.
"I nsed to belong, but I don't any
more." said one harJware dealer, when
secret service man. armed with a
pile of subpenaa. entered bla place yes
Whether the man waa telling tha
truth was of little consequence. His re
marka Indicated that he Intended sever
ing connection If ha bad not dona ao
It seems that the Government la par
ticularly eacer to break op tha organi
sations that are said to exist among
plumbera In the various Coast cities.
The campaign was started simultane
ously In the several cities and men ar
busy In California and Washington
while tha work Is In progress here.
Price) Tat Mar Emm.
Inasmuch aa the activity of tha
secret service agents haa resulted In
the withdrawal of many members from
the organisations against which tha
Federal authorities are moving, com
petition necessary to bring about a re
duction In prlcea may be restored and
no proaecutlona are likely. Whether
action can be brought under tha Inter
state commerce law haa not been de
termined, as In most cases tha organl
sattona seem to be purely local and ara
not engaged in Interstate relatione.
However. It la suggested that tha
organizations In similar branches of
trade are related In tha various cities.
This might bring the so-called "com
bination under the jurisdiction of tha
It Is believed that the Federal grand
Jury in session here now has been given
whatever Information the secret serv
ice men bave.
PARK BONDS ADVOCATED
Krvenih Ward I regno In favor of
Iue Mlche Speaks.
That more bonds should be Issued
for atulrlng park tracts, for exten
sions, boulevsrds. development and Im
provements of prent parks anile land
Is low-prlrrtl. I ura-d In a resolution
adopted by the Seventh Ward Improve
ment LraKU. Thursday night.
The enure eventnir was devoted te
the park question. superintendent
ilrSe addressed the league at length,
aelng maps of the city parks aa Illus
trations. Ha compared the park area
ef Portland, now embracing acres,
with that of Xeattle ard other cities,
and showed that Portland has fallen
behind In area, and Is Just at the be
ginning of development. Mr. Mleche
aald that Seattle, a few yeara aco. bad
a smaller park area than Portland,
bat that the found city now baa 1:04
acres for parka
Mr. Mt-he favored the acquisition
of jnore land la Portland, while prop
erty of that class Is comparatively
cheap. Ho also explained (be general
plan that haa been followed In the de
velopment of Portland parka, to give
every park a distinctive character. Ha
called attention to tha diversion of tha
maintenance and Improvement fund In
Portland ta street Improvements, by
which tha parks suffer.
EL I. Mills and others spoke along;
tba aame lines.
Superintendent Mleche will address
the Kenllworth Improvement Club next
Tuesday nlaht la Kenllworth Presby
60-YEAR-OLD TIE IS CUT
Haft-band Wedded la ' t Gtm DW
Perree for Desertion.
Married In 11. Miles F. Porter waa
rreed yeeterdav from matrimonial bonds
by Circuit Judge Catena, after reciting
that his wife. Kleanor Payter. had de
serted blm In 15. Ten other nuptial
knots were cut. aa fallows:
Lens Ilsrdin from Harry Hardin, In
fidelity. They were married on Aug
ust Si last.
Robert A. Klenbaura from Bella
Barney A. tlllason from Tora Qlla
Horace IL I.eid from Annie Held, bad
Anna Peterson from John Peterson,
Minnie A. Martin from George J. Mar
I Kra Judy from James Judy, deaer
Irene Bruney from Barney Bruney.
John R. Rail from Uxile Rail, cru
elty. Hattle Munsen from L Aaron Mun
TWO-DAY RAMPAGE HALTED
r. W. Gardam. Strategist and Dip
lomat. Arretted as Demented.
At tba culmination of a tao daya'
rampage, la which be m.de threats
beasdeast ta "shoet aft tha bead" at
f Patrolman Qrlelm. of the Harbor Pa
! trol. F. W. Oar.lam, st-ates;lat and
diplomat" and editor of a weekly pa
per, waa arretted yesterdsy on a
charm of being demented. Ha will
ban a hearing- In the County Court.
Grlaim and Gardam loda-ed at the(
aame hotel, and It la alleged that the
editor decamped, leaving as 'unpaid
bill. Orlslm met him and remonatrated
with him. whereupon Gardam etormed
Into the police atatlon and declared
himself aa on the bunt for the officer.
Aa be had appointed one of the bridges
a the Intended scene of the murder.
Sergeant Lyon took atatlon on the
Steel bridge, and toon met Gardam
In purautt of bla vendetta.
The prleoner la an engraver by trad,
and recently started the Weekly Chron
icle, carrylnc several pages of vitriolic
rhetoric The plant waa loviea upon
by the Constable, and following that
Gardam sent three letters to Deputy
District Attorney Fitzgerald In aa
many hours, denouncing a conspiracy
against blm and giving a list of eO or
mora prominent cltlsena aa parties
Patrolman Grielm. In reporting bis
side of the case, says that he made a
trip from Sen Francisco on the aame
steamer with Gardam recently, and
that the adltor kept the ahlp'a com
pany Interested by alternate speeches
and parades of the promenade In bla
bare feet. Gardam carries In his own
paper an advertisement aa diplomat
.and strategist, equippea to -I
?lc In all sorts of dollcate subjects.
GKORGE II. SMITTO.V, OP GREAT
NORTH tRX. REPORTS.
Minneapolis Mao Named Assistant
(ienrral Freight Agent Arrives
to A.ennie Dulles.
Accompanied by H. A. Jackson, of
PL Paul, and if. J. Costello. of Seattle.
Unrxt It. entee. Aaahrtaat
Ueaeral Freight Ageat la Port
laad ef the Great Xenkers
assistant traffic managers of the Great
Northern Hallway, George H. 6mltton.
newly - appointed assistant general
freight agent for the Great Northern
In Portland, arrived In the city yes
terday morning and took poaaesslon of
Mr. Jackson, who waa assistant gen
eral freight and passenger agent for
the Great Northern In Portland until
April L. will remain in Portland for a
week and mill Introduce Mr. Braltton
to the business men of tha city.
Mr. Smltton Is a young man who haa
worked bis wny to bla present posi
tion from the bottom. Before coming
here he waa general agent of tha
frelKht department of the Great North
ern at Minneapolis tor three years, and
served the same length of tlma In a
similar capacity In tit. Paul.
"1 am glad to ba In Portland." ha
said, "for everyone has been telling
me ever since I was assigned hereabout
what a wonderful city this la. I haven't
been disappointed In a single thing and
I'm sura that I'll like it."
While Mr. Jackson Is in tha city ba
and Mr. Fmltton will ba tha guests at
a aeries of luncheons and entertain
ments to be given by Mr. Jackson's
friends at the Arlington Club and the
FIGHT FILMS IMPLICATE
Pld ore. rrodneer Must Answer to
Grand Jury, Fay Court.
Kor exhibiting prlxe fight pictures
three months ago In a theater that has
since been abandoned. 1- C. Keating
and Pan Flood, former proprletora of
the Lyric Theater at Seventh and Al
der streets, were held to answsr to tha
grand Jury In Justice Bell a court yes
terday. Their offense, based upon a
statute which forbids tha presentation
of acts r crime In any theater, waa
the exhibition of motion pictures of tha
tVolgast-Moran fight. July J.
Though local eauthoiitiee had taken
ground agalnet such exhibitions when
It was attempted to show tha Johnson
Jeffries pictures at tba Baker Theater,
no steps wera taken against Keating
A Flood. Then John bain, a member
of tha Municipal Association, swore to
a complaint and tha managers were ar
rested. Tha case waa brought to trial
Attorney Jeffrey appeared for tha
Municipal Association, and Attorney
Malarkey represented tha defense. It
waa contended by Malarkey that tha
act portrayed was not a crime at the
place where It occurred and that,
therefore, the pictures wera not an ex
hibition of crime. Tha proeecutlon
held that prlie-flghtlng being forbid
den here, life-like pictures of It were
equally forbidden, and tha court took
2 FALL OFF SCAFFOLD
One Wortman on New Lincoln High
School Seriously Injured.
While working at the new Lincoln
High School on a scaffold 40 feet high
yesterday. J. fields, a carpenter, and S.
D. Ierllger. a ho.k-arr1er. were hurled
to the ground wttb the breaking of tba
Fields sustained aevera cuta and
bruises about the face and chest, while,
Derllger waa Injured Internally. It Is
tnought that Flelda will recover, but
tha Injuries of Derllger may prove
fatal. Both are at the Good Samaritan
Hospital. Fields Is yeara old. and
came here recently from Ban Francisco.
He ts married, but his family la la San
Franc Irro. Derllger la also married,
lie resides at S30 Fast Market street.
Several ot;ier men were'on tha acaf
fold when It fell, but saved themeelvea
by catchta hold ef projactleaa.
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FIGHT LODFvIS OVER
KILLING OF PICKET
Many, Including Employers,
Visit Slayer of Striker
at City Jail.
LABOR ENGAGES ATTORNEY
Alignment of Unions Against Antis
Anrnred In Case, or Burt Hicks,
Who Killed Wormian Friends
Warned, Tla Said.
Warning from striking employes,
still friendly to him. that ho was a
marked man. prompted Burt Hicks, mas
ter blackamlth. to carry a pistol and
led to his killing W. A. Wortman. a.
.rrika icket. at Union avenue and
Morrison street. Thursday evening, ac
cording to a contenUon that will .be
raised In his defense. Back of the
warning, say his attorneys, were IS
months of constant danger, his llttla
shop being aJwaya a storm center In
tha fighting of tha machinists" strike,
beginning: In Msy. 110.
Every Indication yesterday pointed
to a lining; up of forces, with tha pros
pect that the case. If It conies to trial,
will bring out the whole history of the
long strike. While friends rallied to
Hicks In largo numbers and besieged
the Jail at all hours, almost from the
moment of his arrest, equally marked
alignment was noticeable In labor cir
cles, where John A. Jeffery was em
ployed to assist In the proeecutlon of
Hicks and plans were considered for a
demonstration at the funeral of Wort
mnn. which will ba held probably Sun
day. Many Vl.lt Prisoner.
Hicks waa held at the City Jail till
yesterday morning-, when he was com
mitted for trial and sent to the County
Jail. I'p to that time the police cap
tains were applied to at frequent In
tervals for permission to see him,
-Just to shake hands." tha applicants
said. One. a manufacturer, wearing
the button of the Legion of Honor, was
closeted with the prisoner tor several
Deputy District Attorney Page made
a preliminary Investigation yesterday,
with a view to the Coroner's Inquest,
to be held this morning, but his dis
coveries leave the actual events Just
before the shooting still In the dark.
They Indicate that. there was a mo
ment's conversation, when the men
grsppled. Wortman la aald to have
called Hicks a ."herder of scabs,"
coupled with on epithet.
The labor men will show, according
to their forecast, that Wortman was a
peaceable man. not engagtng In tha
brawls that went on around him. while
tha defense will endeavor to prove that
he was a notorious bruiser and beat
several strikebreakers around the East
Side shops. They will also show that
Hicks' little shop, employing about a
dozen men, waa the point where tha
fight centered, largely, they say. be
cause It was isolated and In a dark
street They assert that Hicks was de
layed with rush work because he al
ways shut down his shop and sent his
men home before nightfall, that they
might not be slugged In tha dark,
flicks Warned, Say Frteada.
The shop. long-established, bad many
employes of Ions; service, who went out
with reluctance when tha strike was
called, and remained friendly to their
former employer. Some of these men.
it will be alleged, warned Hicks, not
long ago. that his life was In danger,
and It was then that he began carry
ing a revolver. The defense will at
tempt to prove that Wortman had been
warned against his aggressions by a
It Is not likely that tha defense will
ask a preliminary hearing, but prob
ably will carry Its rase direct to the
grand Jury, yet to be empaneled. When
conveyed to the County Jail yester
day, accompanied by Attorneya Logan
and Malarkey. Hicks went In a taxi
cab. He showed plainly tha ravages
of a night of unrest.
BOND MEASURE FRAMED
Plan Is to Give . Corporation Em
ploye Chanoo aa to Security.
A measure waa drafted yesterday by
the City Attorney for Councilman
Clyde, regulating tba bonding of em
ployes of public service corporatlona,
making It optional with the employes
aa to whether they furnish a rash or
security bond and providing for the
payment of Interest of S psr cent per
annum by tha company.
Tha ordinance la a revision of that
passed recently by tha City Council
and vetoed by Mayor Rushlight. Under
the new provisions the employe la al
lowed to furnish whichever kind of
bond ba desires. Tha bond shall not
bo greater than twice tha value of ap
paratus provided for the employe plus
twice the value of the service which
might be derived from the apparatua
In alz montba. A penalty of 1100 Is
provided for a notation of tha ordi
nance. Half of tha fine goes to the
person making tha complaint against
OWL CAR ,ACT FRAMED
Proposed Measure Cavils for XfaJf
Hour XI flit Service.
X half-hour owl car service Is re
quired of all street railway companies
between 1S:J0 A. M. and A. M. In tha
provisions of a measure drafesd yes
terday In tha City Attorney's office for
Councilman Monks. The measure,
which will be presented to the Council
next Wednesday, provides that a car
must be operated each way on all its
lines at Intervals of not less than half
an hour. Tha ordinance provides that
It shall ba no part of the franchise of
tha companies. A penalty of $500 Is
provided for a violation of tha ordi
nance. It la aald the ordinance la broader
than will be Insisted upon. It being tha
Intention to ask that tha companies
operate hourly cars on lines requiring
such servloe In the early hours of tha
JUVENILE JUDGE RETAINED
W. X. Catena Re-elected Unanimous
ly by Fellow Jurists.
W. N. Gateos, whose term as Juvenile
Court Judge expires November IS. was
re-eleeted unanimously to servo until
January X. lilt, a a menicf of tha
Circuit Court Judges In hla office at
noon yesterday. Judge Morrow, a re
nmi candidate for tba position.
moved that Judge Gatens be appointed
and the vote waa unanimous, juages
Kavanaugh. McGinn and Gantenbeln
had previously expressed themselves as
In favor or tna retention oi juuso
"The present officers of the Juvenile
Court Probation orilcer w nue. wpu
ties Mcintosh and Fisher, and Miss But
ler and Miss Morton will- ba retained.'
announced Judce Gatens. "I have
found them efficient In the work. The
present system of allowing- boya to go
on their honor Instead or iorcing meui
to report at Intervals will bo continued.
I have found that boys on probation
are more likely to come before the
court again. Our campaigns against
persons who contribute to tne delin
quency of minors will be continued
until this evil has been stamped out.
There have been about 10 arrests In
the last six weeks."
The judges also voted to advance tha
salary of Richard Delch. bailiff of the
grand Jury, from $70 to $80 a montn.
This la in line with a recommendation
made by the September grand Jury.
VALLEY EXHIBIT VALUED
D. C. FREEMAX SAYS WILLAM
ETTE'S SHOWING MADE HIT.
At Omaha Land Show Display Wins
Plaudits of Visitors, and Proves
"The Willamette Valley County Courts'
exhibits of the diversified products at
the Omaha Land Snow made a distinct
impression," said D. C. Freeman, chair
man of the Valley delegation, who re
turned yesterday en route to Eugene.
"Ours was the only non-lrrlgatlon
display for homeseekers." Mr. Freeman
added, "and, aa wa occupied the largest
floor apace among exhibitors, relative
to a single district, visitors to the
show went away with a corrected im
pression about agricultural Western
Oregon. There are thousands In the
Middle West who feel. In an Indefinite
way, the greater West Is under Irriga
tion. And there ara many of these
who do not care to consider farming
or Intensive horticultural cultivation
under the conditions an arid section
Imposes. By the system of Illustrated
traveloguea and personal Interviews,
splendid exploitation was secured for
the country south of Portland. Many
hundreds of definite prospective set
tlers of jcomfortable means have been
secured for the Willamette Valley, and
they are those who will come between
now and next April.
"The Omaha show, of which Charles
C. Rosewater is president, haa served a
bt7, practical purpose and Is, no doubt,
a permanent Institution, considering Its
success. The show could not have come
on at a more opportune time. The
land drawing at the Rosebud aeency.
In South Dakota, brought the land
hungry people through Omaha In
droves, and a goodly proportion of
these travelera saw our exhibit. n
"The wlld-cattlng land-selling- con
cerns wera not represented, nor were
they allowed In the Coliseum, and of
this we of Oregon and Waahlngton
were glad. Eugene, aa the now rail
road center of the valley, attracted an
Immense amount of attention. Walla
Walla made known she wanted wider
markets, for her output of red apples
and other products. Yakima made a
splendid showing and sent three com
munity exploitation commisslonera. As
one of the Incidental resulta of the
Willamette Valley exploitation. It Is
gratifying to record that wa educated a
lot of buyers were to coma for the In
comparable Royal Anne and other cher
ries for high-class trade. The manager-steward
of a country clubhouse
mill hereafter buy cherries In the pre
served form at Salem, Eugene and
other cherry-producing centers.
"Nebraskans are buying tbe evapo
rated loganberry, cherry and the prune
direct from Valley dealers. Here's one
Illustration: A Lincoln man and neigh
bors send here for lOv-pound boxes of
Willamette Valley prunes, tha product
being better than la offered on the
Omaha market. He pays $10.56 for
this quantity laid down, for the house
hold use. and savea about 40 per cent
of what he would have to pay dealers
there for an Inferior quality."
SPEED Wi0BE SET
STREET COSDOTTEE TO PUT
. POSTS AT CITY LIMITS.
Protest Against Improvements Are
Heard and Suit Threatened by
Portland Uelchta Owners.
m. . . v. - mIIm dertartment In
l v noLy w.w ...... .
catching autolsta who violate tha speed
ordinance near uie city umiia,
street committee of 'the City Council
yesterday adopted a reoommendation
favoring the placing of monumenta on
ail streets at tha city limits ao that
poUoe offloers can determine whether
or not the speedsters are Inside tha
limits. Tha monuments ars requested
by Chief of Police Slover.
Tha atreet committee heard various
. .- ao-alnst nronosed
street Improvements. Delegations were
on hand to protest againav u
slon of GUsaa street from East Twenty-eighth
to the Sandy road; Alberta
street from Union avenue to Eigh
teenth and Kerby street through Mont
gomery g-ulch. There were delegations
also favoring these extanaiona. The
committee will visit the propoaed ex
The city will ba defendant In a suit,
unless tha aaseasmenta for Improve
ments on Elisabeth street In Portland
Heights ars changed, according- to the
declaration of representatlvea of prop
erty owners In that dlstrlot who ap
peared before the committee. The Im
provement on the atreet consisted of
laying a macadam road a distance of
two blocks. At several polnta on tha
road a stone retaining- wall was re
quired. The assessment for this work
was taxed up to all property owners
by the street committee which met the
disapproval of the property owners
whose property needed no retaining
walL They protested against the as
sessments as made and the committee
referred them to the Auditor.
The practice of tha street railway
company In hauling ' gravel ears
through the Sellwood district without
fixing them to prevent parts of the
, . . . I . .. mamm hMlirht tO thO
joaa 1.1HUH " .
attention of the committee The rs.il-
1 t , . a .ifmlimt.
way company pruiuw
the trouble and the complaint !n tha
case was filed.
A list of small aldewalk extensions
were approved and contracts let.
Alleged Oena-us-Padder Taken.
John F. O'Connor was arrested yes
. j i ..tt? Ti t bv the Federal
grand Jury charging him with aiding
and abetting census rrauum. d -released
on ball and will have a hear
$4S. Splendid player piano: been
used monthe. Kobler Chase, $75
Washington a treat.
FUEL OIL EXCEPTED
New Measure to Exclude Only
Explosives From City.
COMMITTEE HEARS PLEA
Proposed Ordinance Forbidding
Storage Tanks Within Limits la
Laid on Tables Railroads
and Others Appeal.
Following a general demand of per
sons and Interests favoring the stor
age of oil In the city and of persona
demanding that storage tanks be re
stricted to districts ' beyond tha city
limits, the City Attorney will draft a
new measure with the assistance of
Fire Chief Dowell. drawing lines be
tween fuel oil and explosive oils.
' The oil controversy came to a head
yesterday at a meeting of the health
and police committee of the City Coun
cil attended by representatives of rail
way companies, buildings, oil compan
ies and other citizens. Lively talks for
and against the oil tanks caused the
committee to lay the proposed ordi
nance restricting oil-storage tanks
from the city on the table and to In
struct the City Attorney to draft a new
ordinance on lines assuring safety to
life and property.
Railroads Make Plea.
The decision of the committee was
preceded by spirited addresses. Attor
ney A. C Spencer, of the O.-W. R. &
N. Company, declared that an ordl
nanoe making impossible the storage
of fuel within the city limits would
work a greater hardship on the rail
way companlee which have oil-burning
engines. He declared the tanks at Al
bina are built of steel and concrete and
are In an Isolated section of the city
and endanger neither life nor property.
He said the same conditions apply to
tbe Southern Pacific tanks at Brooklyn.
L L. White appeared In behalf of
several local buildings which have oil
burning heating plants, declaring that
to prohibit the storage of fuel oil in
those buildings would work a great
hardship and' necessitate the 'use of
sawdust and slabwood which would be
much more dangerous than olL
South Portland Afraid. .'
V. K. Strode and 3. G. Heltkemper
spoke In behalf of the residents of
South Portland, declaring that the
tanks as proposed there would greatly
dopreclate the value of property and
be dangerous to the neighborhood. Mr.
Strode said South Portland residents
were greatly aroused over the proposed
oil tanks and would fight them "to the
bitter end." Both speakers were ap
plauded by a crowd of men and women
which completely filled the Council
W. R. Roberts, representing Insurance
companies, said that a line should ba
drawn between fuel oil and explosive
"The system of fuel-oil storage," said
Mr. Roberts. "Is absolutely safe. Thla
class of oils Is stored here under con
ditions the same as In San Francisco
and other cities. The tanka in San
Francisco went through the disaster
without a single explosion. As a mat
ter of fact fuel oil Is not an explosive."
The ordinance as proposed was or
dered placed on file and a new ordi
nance was asked of the City Attorney
to be presented before the City Council
DEANE, DARING, DEMENTED
Man TiToagbt He "Was Doing Busi
ness With Rockefeller' Arrested. -
Asserting that he had a telegram
from John D. Rockefeller, transmitting;
J600.000, with which he waa going to
bey the Portland Hotel and other big
Institutions, "and a lot of other dope he
was peddling," to quote Patrolman
Lltherland, S. O. Deane attempted to
take possession of a restaurant at 106
Sixth street yesterday morning. The
man, plainly demented, entered the
place about 6 o'clock, began throwing
dishes about and giving orders to the
waiters. The manager rushed up and
began to protest.
"Get out; you re fired!" said ijeana.
Each man who attempted to interfere
with him was discharged on the spot.
and an Imaginary list of new bands was
promptly employed In their places.
To back his assertions as to nis finan
cial capacity, Deane waved a telegraph
form, which waa taken away irom mm
when he waa arrested. It waa found
to be a purported message from Rocke
feller, but tba writer, evidently Deane
himself, had forgotten to' make any
ciphers, and the message read that the
oil magnate had dispatched . ueane
was sent to the County Court.
ONE OF THE HUNDREDS THAT LEAN UPON
OTHERS, OR ARE YOU SUFFICIENT
It takes energy, brain-power, concen
tration to make a livelihood.
Vitality and the power to keep it,
must be considered.
To be a Tower of
The only Baking Powder
Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
Saves Batter, Flour,
Eggs, and makes
borne baJdng easy
No Alum Ho Lima Phosphate
JUNKETERS WILL EDIT
DAILY PAPER TO BE "STTJXT"
OF LEWISTOX VISITORS.
"Portland Pilgrim"' Will Be Issued
by Excursionists Plans for
Trip Are Completed.
A daily paper, to be called the "Port
land Pilgrim," will be published on the
special train that will bear the Port
land business men's excursion to Lewla
ton, Idaho, next week. Similar in its
Idea to the "Dally Killer." which was
published during the recent Southern
Oregon excursion, the proposed paper
will be Issued In more pretentious form.
Special editions will be published In
Walla Walla and Lewiston to cover all
the special entertainments offered the
crowd from Portland.
L. W. McDowell will be editor-in-chief
of the Pllgrrim. with C. S. Jack
son, John F. Carroll and Addison Ben
nett as assistants. O. K. Jeffrey is ad
vertising manager; C. R. Gray, W. B.
Coman, William McMurray and A. D.
Charlton are listed as carriers, and
C. C. Chapman as "deviL" The paper Is
to be only one of many stunts planned
to make the trip enjoyable, and J. F.
Larson, chairman of the official stunt
committee. Is preparing a series of
schemes for advertising Oregon all
along the route to be traversed by the
excursion. The slogan of the coming
excursion Is to be "Idaho, Washington.
Oregon A United Northwest."
Following ars the committees ap
pointed to have charge of the differ
ent features of the trip: Excursion
committee. W. F. BurrelL chairman; F.
A. Freeman, A. A. Jones, H. A. Killam.
J. Fred Larson. B. Lee Paget and A. M.
Shannon; finance committee, oeorge m.
TTvland. chairman. W. B. Mann, A. S.
Moody, William Toung; publicity, C. S.
Jackson, chairman, r . w. una, tj. e.
Simmons; badges, J. F. Carroll, chair
man: Addison Bennett. Q. H- LOvejoy,
Sol Hart, Sydney Rasmussen; cigars,
J. S. Clemence. chairman, H. O. Colton,
Phil Metschan, Jr.. M. ' A. Zan ; muslo.
J. Fred Larson, chairman, A. H. Ellers,
B. Lee Paget Oskar Huber. H. O. Rood;
dally paper, B. H. Wickersham, chair
man, O. k- Jerrrey, w. jncirawoii;
Lewiston Monday committee. B. L.
Thompson, chairman, D. T. Honeyman.
W. K. Smith. Jr William aicMurray,
Robert H. Strong; Tuesday committee,
R. w. Schmeer, chairman, L. H. Brlggs,
H. J. Crese. H. L. Keats, c M. Flura
mer; Walla Walla committee. C. K.
Henry, chairman, A. D. Charlton, S. R.
Hall, C. H. Lewis, E. C Mlchenerj
transportation, W. E. Coman, chairman.
A. D. Charlton, William Mciiurmy.
C C Chapman, manager of excursion.
BAY CITY ELKS COMING
Portland dub of San Francisco to
Send Big; Delegation-
San Francisco Elks will come to
Portland for the btfrsrest reunion In the
Strength, you must have
staunch nerves, with
brain and body working
is the best nerve, brain and
body - builder. It is pure,
history of the order next July in a
special train. The "Portland club" or
ganized there several months ag-o holds
meetings every week and new mem
bers are obtained at every meeting, ac
cording to a letter received by Harry
C. McAllister, secretary of the conven
tion commission, yesterday.
Llvington. Mont., also has a, llvs
Portland club. Fully 100 members
from that city will come to the con
vention. The finance committee, under the di
rection of Sol Blumauer, commissioner
of finance and auditing, will start Mon
day morning on its whirlwind campaign
to collect the $35,000 necessary to com
plete the $15,000 entertainment fund.
It is aimed to finish this work In one
day. That little or no trouble will be
experienced in gleaning tha fund is
evidenced by the large number of vol
untary contributions received by the
secretary every day.
Here is a woman who speaks from
personal knowledge and long experi
ence vie., Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of Wilson.
Pa., who says. "I know from experi
ence that Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy Is far superior to any other. For
croup there Is nothing that excels It."
For sale by all druggists.
Randall Pafrish'S Latest
Is She Tory or Rebel?
This Is the problem Major Lawrence of the
Maryland Line sets himself to solve with
reference to fair Mistress Claire Mortimer
scd the solving makes as pretty a tale ef
love and adventure aa Mr. Parrish's most
enthusiastic admirers could ask of him.
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