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I OFFICIALS OF NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY PHOTOGRAPHED UPON THEIR ARRIVAL IN PORTLAND
OFFICIALS Iff TOWN
Railroad Head Declares Com
panies Are Subjected to
JITNEY CHIEF GRIEVANCE
J. yt. Ha aaa ford Say Thai ltalle,a
Jlrlp to ItallJ lloeida by
Vlik-h Vllrrl VnlaxcU
Oj poivr at OMtll IToHU
Am. tl compatitt'm praaentlnf
Hnm prtM tot the railroad, and
on tkal aol ba a-apd. Mil J. M.
lMMtH. pridaot of the Nortber
rna.-. who arrixi In ITrtUnd c aa
offl.tal ut atht.
inn mBm"a la o two rtaaaae.
iuiu lr. Mfor4 ra. tha pr
aata autnmoaila nt who bia
car lo taaa ahort buatoaaa or plaaaure
trip that f.rmarly ware takaa oa the
tra.n. aoO. wood, the public mr-
. - . . ... K- 4 ...... n mhar Hmd DOtnt
a m . . (K. ratlpiad.
-T. air." coromantad Mr. Ilannaford.
It la a attuatmn I hl aa cannot r
itatv nilmd la
. . ..--I artl h It. And
tna eutowibila la bacorel mora popu
lar and the tnto of good roada
more arml. Ifta problem will gro
...... atith lim. "
II ta poaaibl-. ha addad. that tha mora
.aaaral use of tha automobile and tha
further tnaoa of tba rural diatrteta
br parmananl hihwa)ra wtll dai
. 1 .. nmlinlrir tO fUr B It S
tnl that tha In. rad fright tralTIc
will eltaet tha luaa at paaaangar
(Md Roada Apprwaad.
"But da not grt tha Ida a." eontlnoad
Mr. llanaaford. "that lea railroad ara
ppod la tha food roada inormnt
-. i , r.vur of rood roada tha
thar pr"crla nMJvament that balpe
to dlup tha couatry.
-II hutd ba apaaraot to nearly
avery fair-mndad paraon. Ihouch. that
. . t , - ..irr.nnf a maaaare
af Injuatlca la tha way tha ajood roada
work la blo cameo; oa now.
-Almoat Invariably la evary comma-
itv tla railroad ara arooo tha nvav
tal taapayra. Wnaa aaw lavtae ara
(nada to build rood roada tha railroad,
alone who other proparty . mut
srMn pay thalr ahara of tha taaea.
'Iia t it inmxktt paradoilcal. than.
k - .... , i rn.,1 . hnuld ba raoulrad
lo aaa tasaa to build roada to take
inniiiu away from thameajvee?
n ... .a. . . . ara an
plalninv. Uur complaint la direatad
acaiat tha unfair compatltloa mat in
i.ihMa nukf ooaatbla.
W ara not ob)a-ttn. af eouraa. to
tha prtvata ownr or a niacnina wod
a- it to tranal ahort ditnca laataad
. . . .... -Thai la hi bual-
t u.. 1 1 a
. and tna practlca la oaly natural
brVaaaaaa la Valrad.
"Put a. kk aa tha ood r.ada ara
Built who do wa And tula thana tha
ano.tr Why. tha Jttnay driara. tha
aato taea linaa aad tha truck ownara.
who .ntar lato dlrct com p til loo with
tha railroad and who pay not I cant la
licaaaa fa. who fro,uantly par llttla
ar ao tax, aad Mi cannot oa held
rprniita for damacaa to Ufa or to
. a. ra'IroaJ ara anly bopinc that
tfim inhrm aa of tairncaa and
J ti. . whl.-h alwaja kaa cbjra-trid
tfia AiuTU-aa paapta. ooa will rind a
way o th( tha railroad will ba ra
ial of taia unfair compatltloa.
"TTha common carrlara oa. tha public
ysala ahoaid ba aiad to pay a fair
franchtaa fa tor thatr riaht of way
which tha pub'l.? ta thanv and ba
haM atually rtonibta with tha rail
Ik4 for darr ja If any occur."
Mr. Haanaford and mambar of hl
party haaa Jul rmpMal a tan daya
tn ..ai-tion trip of tha Northarn l a-cin.-
main lina and aorna of tha
kran-d b(wn lit. Paul and Port
land. .r-.mrar tna htm on hla ar
rival nlM wara Uora T. Ktada.
. ImJ. ft.Ar T
Kaid. of Tacoma. aaatatanl to tha praal
dnt. ' C. Hlaai-hard. rnral maa
acrr: I. Ft Ri-riarl. grnaral aupartn-
t.rdant. v. C. Albaa. dirKlon aupar
nt.ni.ntr It. K. tl!l. canrrat nl
am fra!t ant. anl A. M. Burt, chl'f
0nwiamT of malDUnaoct of war. Tha
party will ba fcara until Tburaday
to M.AI ix tr to Rat.
f.Maj of t-'aia.aaa.aaa Blirad Xaaaaaary
to Raatoau raal Platra Ink
ara Ularwaat Tmm.
( f yzr.;' Jt- - -" -' t":"rS
f - ' V y ! 2:V i
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aajap,.. - ' ' .. . . " '.-'."'.'V' -V ' , ' " l. V" '
aj , - . " .-. -i" V"'.y.- , .;.,vrja"- . '
Aaaxa RJabtl J. W Hraufar. fraaldcatt lft Gaoraa T. Olada. "ra
. r. Alhaav 1. B. Itlckarda. H. Koaarty, K. C. Blaachard. A. M. Bmrt. H
Mr. Haaaalard. A. la. ( harltaa. ' .
Ira-Prraldrat. Below (Laft to Rlahtl
K. Still. Mr. Slaae, bcorae i. iteiu.
MOB RULE SHOCKS
Portland Persons Condemn
Lynching of Frank.
PRISON OFFICERS SCORED
Rigid J mutilation. IKKlnolti AVHb
Wardra of Prnllrntlary. I Sac
ratrf by I nltad Statca Pl-trk-t
nA.4f.M4 naranti aancrally wara
hockad by tha lyachlna: yaatarday of
tt c-rana ha a mob la Caorala and
wara blttar la thalr condcmnatloa of
tba mambara or tha iracnina- pari;.
-Tba kllnpln aad lynchln of Lo
Frank ara a 'iama and a dtaarara."
aid I'nitad Statoa Attorney Itcama.
-Tbara iheoM ba tha moat rlftd In
rratieatioa of thla act. and It ahould
bacta wlta tka Wardrn of tl'.a Inl-
-it. nin. it that Frank waa taken
not to ta prlaon (arm and left tbara
unproiactra aaa una-uuruau. unuar
........ t ,4 . -1 iha Mmmtulflfl of this
. " I k.rf aurt claar warnlna of what to e-
pa-t from tha prarloua attrmpt on bia
'It imi a ramarkabia coinciaenca
timl tha mob knaw ha had that ary
.. . k.. .llvh. remti from tha
prtaoa horpltal and taken to tha farm.
It aaaroa atranaa. too. nat m.
forcad" tha panltrntlary autliorltla ta
.... L. . i a'ranW waa It.Ol. HOW
could thay ba -forcad- to Itlva that In
formation ir tnar oio n warn
"T'hcthr Lro Frank waa Innocant or
rollty makaa not tba allKhtaat dlffer-
anoa. Hia arntrnca waa coramuitu
Ufa Impriaonmrnt by tha hlchaat au-
hortty of tha atata. ina noienmr.
,. wa antltlad to tha fullrat protec
tion from vlolanca.
-If i wara warden or a penuannarj
nd knaw that a mob waa ttoln to try
arlia a prisonar ana iynn
.4. k. - n.liin.r two loaded
utoroatlc rarolrer with which to pro-
tact hlmaclf. and If tha uarda ware
rarpowarad wa would a wno in w
oh had courna-a enouth to try to BO
to hla call ana mm out.
... .. - L.eae. that I Frank, a
man whoaa life tha prlaon authorltlea
had avery raaaon to know waa In
dan Her. locked In a cell and rielplera,
did not hare even the protection of an
"Thla caa does not affect Georgia
alone, bat tha whole country aa well.
Tha country ha tha riant to demand
tba fullet and moat rirorou InreatJ
Katlon. and tba iternet prorecutlon of
any peraon or peraona arainat whom
evidence I gathered rhowinn that Jhey
had any conne-tton with thla act."
Albany Woman liaa Acvldmt.
Al-HY. ,r- ,J trijoaetall
)r Adnlph seridr. wife of a promi
nent merchant of thla cttr. auatainad a
brokea rib iaturdar iht when he
ateppad lB oad floor,
made by workmen, and fell through lo
the room peiow. " "
ta a aaml-co-iaeioua condition, and wa
NEW TORK. Aug. IT. Out of tha
... .... m aa.-hattaa mar-
eiwpi'r v ' . . - . . - - I w
bet to-Uy plana began to aaaum form I ,
r fl.atirg a huge brttth loan In Xow m(
ork to chevk the aownwaru ireiw oi
r-atea aod protevt the money of Ureal
l.ritaln ar..l her alllea agalnat further
group of Wall "treat bankers with
1nt-rnti.nl conoecliona talked tha
'r.jvt or late today. It waa re
ported toward tha end of tha bualneaa
dr that a yndicata of banker might
be farmed to finance tha loan.
The outtandina fact at tha c!oe of
to1ar'a evchanae market wa tha Im
oeratle and lmme.liat ne.i for a loan
of n.t l-a than J.a)d.i)U4 to reatore
rate to normal. There wa erery In
dication that unleaa action of thi
aort wa apeedily taken. ter:ing.
Iran. and Itrea would be atllt further
ltrectton of foreign money ex -tiule.
virtual y throughout the entire
Iit. mra.lg reichmarka and !panih
peetaa. wnKh fell to new low record,
the former on cablra to Hamburg and
ISerlin. A great deal of tha actlrlty
and weakne wa attributed to the
B-,-u'ttve operation of deoler.
The arrival here, for Ureal Britain
account, of arpromimalely ti.Ooo-
g.t coin from uttawa bad no effect
whatever aa ratee. Tha amount waa
regarded aa Insignificant In the light
of tlurope'a big oMigatloaa hero, which
mrican manufacturer preaaed for
'ounia atertlng were quoted today
LYNCHING 100 MILES AWAY
Cnttmed from n-vt raee.
appeal by em-Superior Judge Morria. of
Cobb County, quieted the crowd.
-CxOadge Fleeda ltbi C'rawd.
ba .aid. -Tha ork of tha mob 1. done, lj : nyder.
la M. Frank baa glren nia lite tor
the machine that bore the body to At
lanta. LyacaJaa; Daaa Quietly.
Tha -rang that took Frank from the
prlaon dormitory apparently worked
quietly and rapidly after they began
their lOe-mllo automobile rlda from
Milledgevllle. Tbe acene of the lynch
ing waa within a few hundred yard
of two farm bouie. Th occupania of
the houeea aald they noticed nothing
unuual during- the early morning
hours. One man. who lived half a mile
away, said be aaw four automobile
paalng bia house, but they did not at
tract unuaual attention.
There seemed to ba erery indication
that the hanging bad been carefully
planned. Tha eaaa with which Frank
waa removed from the state prlaon
farm, difficulties left In tba way of
pursuers, and tha sudden disappearance
or tna Dana nr iu if "v'"" "
lif vra w p4ivw n w u..M 4" - .
Alter the circulation of reports to
day tbal several high-powered auto
mobiles had left Marietta early Mon
day night. Mayor Lobbe Issued this
-I detre In the Interests of Justice
snd (ruth to say mat tna ancus anu
Cobb County officials had no knowl
edge of any automobiles leaving Mari
etta well loaded last night, nor were
they apprised of the return of any
machines today. Nona of the officials
bad any Intimation ot the lynching
until the body was found."
DODV V1EVKI KY CROWDS
People "Determined to Know That
Frank Really Is Dead.
Frank Lynching Is Held Better
Than "Judicial Mistake."
PEOPLE DECLARED MISLED
ATLANTA. Ga-. Aug. 17. Leo M.
Frank body waa brought to Atlanta
today and accreted in a barn until a
crowd searching for It threatened
serious trouble. It then was taken
from the barn to an undertaking- estao-
i . 1 wts.ra toniaht a steady
stream of persons paed to rlew It.
1 no temper ot tn j4rwi4T
o much to be to wreak vengeance
upon the lifeless form, but personally
to obtain assurance that It really was
tba body of Frank.
fU'l) j. .'. . -
tha undertaker's establishment, and a
crowd that blocked iramo
4 . 4. . .Ha nlare. Tha body
was shown Just as it had been cut down
from an oak tree at .-tarieita mu"
tha day. , .
i . ... . Inalatenea tit tha DCODIO 10
see the body. It had not been definitely
determined tonight whether funeral
plans first arranged couia oe r"
out. A member or tov unocrumu,
firm aald positively late today that the
body bad been secretly placed In a
private home. lie said he had been
charged by friends of the family here
to take the body from Its first resting
place to tha former home of Frank
bera at an opportune time.
From there, he said. It was to be sent
to Brooklyn for Interment. No one with
authority to speak could aay tonight
Just what wouia oe gone.
OltiXJOX CASE IS
Deputy Sheriff Who lt Mob Take
Man Convicted ot Murder
r.i i .4 .... .rfi...a whoa dutr It was
rnpuiu L44u i"4- . - -
. i . i Pnnk ba beld to ac
count for his selsure by a mob they will
find themselves in a similar predica
ment to that of Joseph Caseday. at one
imi a uepuiy enenii in a..j m'J;
Or. Tha Caseday case has no parauei
in Oreaon'a criminal annals.
Oliver Snyder waa arresieu oj -
day early In 110 on a charge of mur
dering Arthur Green In December. 10S.
. . . , ... .fit., m-aa taklna hla man
v n lie 4iw . ' - -
to the Jail at Canyon City a -mob of
- . Kam ordered Caae-
rive in e i4 aivKi -. -
day away at the point of a gun and
Ex-Covernor Slaton. rterlenlng the
Cne, Saj That When Truth Is
Learned Bis Act "Saving- State
lYom Stain" Will Be Lauded.
SAM FRANCISCO. Aug". 17. Ex-Governor
Slaton. of Georgia, declared to
day that it was better that Leo Frank
waa ivtichad hv a mob than If bis legal
execution bad taken place.
Mr. Slston's address, devoted almost
itiuinitirkn of the Frank case
and the lynching of Frank, was de
livered in the presence oi most ox in
. t 4 . California Sltnrama
Court and other persons of prominence
.4 . . 1 f4.ll4An. Pivll.
ai a meeting oi mo taiitwima -4 .
"I would prefer Frank to nave neen
lynched by a mob," Mr. Slaton said,
"rather than to have him hanged by
Exalted Poaltloa af Sex Blamed.
Ck... .ir. 4 V.. a.4il nf elvllizntfon:
the other merely reaches the body.
"This has been such a lesson to
Georgia that I hope it will never occur
again In our civilisation.
"At the bottom, the horrible outcome
of the Frank case was the result of
the exalted position 01 woman in ucui-
Mr. Slaton revieweu tne niaiory 01
. 1 .e t .-Ph.., n anH
tna inuiun v& xit c
Frank's trial to show that the people
of Georgia rallied to the cause of what
they thougnt was justice.
"There are conditions about the
Frank case." Mr. Slaton said, "which
constitute a tribute to the State of
Approval of Stand la Expected.
ixr. wjnHae if 1 hard to ODen the
ears of the people of Georgia to rea
son. Tliey lorgoi tne lucumj m 14441
offender in the magnitude of the of
fense. "There were many good people, as
good as I. who disagreed with me be
cause they said I set aside the verdict
of a Jury and Interfered with the func
tions of a duly constituted court of
I law. There are tnouaauua m nu"
11EOALLED I people who disagreed with me. crltl-
isea ma (.uuuciuucu
a-n-k.. a U as-u.4rl nakr.nl. frA flllt
n IICH lutorj 4a, uou r"--r
the truth of tbe Frank case, their gen
eral conaemnauoa win ium
eral approval and they will ay to me:
Aa Governor of Georgia you -saved the
tate from a stain which never could
have been eradicated.' "
. . aM niara. An trtjui for the
IliO III- - - -
murder of Snyder. Joneph Caseday was
rnuruvr 4 rtij...!
tn ecrlme be la alleged to hare com- n- only cna CODvlrted of first degree
routed. Io not mutilate the body. Lt muraer. He wa charged with having
I, t ant to bia mother. I appeal to conspired with the rtve men to turn the
. 4. ..4 4 --j t ..w .11 arha nriannar over to them. He was sen-
. ...e to be hanged. Albert Green. Bei
a area with the course I auggeat to
raise their right hands."
There was a moment's hesitation,
then uplifted bands appeared above tha
crowd and tba body waa cut oown. a i n Novemoer. ii. siwr ma "
flrat It was placed In an undertaker's had been commuted to life '"P1-'"0"
waVon. wh,chP beaded ,ow.rdM.r,.t, J m.nt
but offlctala wao trarea mat ina cru
4 . . v.. v. . n tr.fl Albert Green. Ben
IPBCni W .. r. . -
Hinton. and Kmmctt and Earl Shields
era convicted ot secona uegree mur
Governor West pardonea tnem later.
In November. 1U. after hla eentence
might become unruly, atoppad tna
wagon oa tbe outskirts of the town
and transferred the body to an aato
mobile, which hastened to Atlanta.
Kxcttament In ilaneiia rapioiy ua-
6r aaylng he thought the punishment
should ba the aame aa urn 01 mi 04.44.
four convicted men.
I-arrer Tlian North Amerlcm.
T 41 ...lla V.W4
Russia Is larger than all of North
VANCOUVER C0NSUL HURT
Mr. Manrield Carried Far by Friend
After Fishing Trip Accident.
VANCOUVER. B. C Aug. lSWhile
on a fishing trip yesterday at Indian
River, American Consul Mansfield
slipped on a log and sustained a broken
A friend. J. Robertson, carried Mr.
Mansfield on his back two and a half
miles to the Wigwam Inn. where first
aid waa rendered, and today Mr. Mans
field wss brought to this oity. where he
lies In St. Paul's Hospital.
Boy Hurt in Albany Collision.
ALBANY, Or. Aug. 17. (Special.)
Morris, the ie-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Shortridge. of this city,
was run down by an automobile this
morning, driven by George W. Wright
man, of Portland. Tha youth was rid
ing a bicycle and in passing another
machine did not see the Wrlghtman
ear. Tha collision demolished the
front wheel of the bicycle and cut a
bad gasb between the eyes of the
Shortridge boy and bruised him In a
number of places. ,
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ammmPRlNClPAL AGENT FOR COLUMBIA YARNS mmm
J0D6E BARBED HCOOBIlS
by the current, and was rapidly float-
g down the river wnen ne piuugeu
to the water.
EX-ATTORNEY FOB MINERS XOT
ALLOWED TO TRY STRIKERS.
EaccaUoa of I.lfe Sentence on John
Lawaoa Alao la Stayed by Col
orado Supreme Trlboaal.
DENVER, Colo.. Aug. 17. (Special.)
-T.4. ir.u. vin. Workers of Amer
ica today won two victories in the legal
war which has euceeded the strike of
Colorado coal miners. The State Su
preme Court granted a writ ot ,uper-
seaeas. prewui"" - - - -
John R. Lawron case, and at the same
time barred Judge uranoy
presiding at future trials growing out
or atriKe aoa.-.
Tne lawn " , - .
execution of th. .entenc. of life im
i .. v, - iAarir after bis
conviction of first degree nrder at
Trinidad last May. Lawson still is in
jail, the court havm rrd et
tlement 01 me u"""-"
him to bail. m-ohibltion
By granting - , .
ba7rinl Judge Hillyer from hearing
tee strike trials at Walsenberg. at
torneys believe the court has in effect
ended Hillyer-s connection with strike
was chargea w.i -
coining fds neaV Trinidad and
laft Spring by "overno caHson. in
c"mpnanoeSwltyh a law enacted at the
fast se"sion of the legislature pro
vkUng for an additional judge in the
GIRL IN RIVER IS RESCUED
Picnicker Near Albany Saved Wl.en
3Ian Plunges Into Stream.
ALBANY Or.. Aug. 17. (Special.)
l7AlPin. of this city Sunday rescued
a litYle daughter of Lee Morgan from
lt Calapooia River. Arch Gould and
fanily Charles 5ould and family. Le
MWan and family, and M. McAlpin and
family all of this city, were camped
bank, of the Calapooia River,
about thre mile, south of here.
In the afternoon the little Morgan
alrtand Mr. McAlpin". two daughters
were wading in the river. McAlpin. on
rpprolcbing the bank of the river, saw
that the Morgan child was getting into
a whirlpool. He called so the other
airls to grab her too late as the little
s rl had been pulled into deep water
WASHINGTON DUO CHOSEN
Labor Commissioner Olson Named
on Federal Committee.
OL4YMPIA, Wash., Aug. 17. (Special.)
Commissioner Olson, of the Bureau of
Labor, State of Washington, has been
made one of two Washington officials
on a permanent committee of 12 labor
department officials in the United States
to confer from time to time with Sec
retary of Labor Wilson. The other
Washington member Is H. M. White,
United States Commissioner of Immi
gration at Seattle.
One of the chief matters to be taken
up by the committee is free employment
agencies, with the idea of working out
a plan of co-operation between Govern
ment, city and state agencies.
Use Cocoanut Oil
For Washing Hair
If you want to keep your hair in good
condition, the less soap you use the
Most soaps and prepared shampoos
contain too much alkali. This dries the
scalp, makes the hair brittle, and is
very harmful. Just plain mulsified co
coanut oil (which is pure and entirely
greaseless) is much better than soap
or anything else you can use for sham
pooing, as this can't possibly injure
Simply moisten your hair with water
and rub it in. One or two teaspoonfuls
will make an abundance of rich, creamy
lather, and cleanses the hair and scalp
thoroughly. The lather rinses out eas
ilv. and removes every particle of dust.
dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The
hair dries quickly and evenly, ana 11
leave, it fine and silky, bright, fluffy
and easy to manage.
You can get mulsinea cocoanut 011 ai
most any drug store. It is very cheap.
and a few ounces is enough to last
everyone in the family for months. i
Quick, Painlesa Way to
Remove Hairy Growths
(Help, to Beauty)
Here is a simple, unfailing way to rid
the skin of objectionable hairs: With
some powdered delatone and water
make enough paste to cover the hairy
surface, apply, and in about 2 minutes
rub off, wash the skin, and every trace
of bair has vanished. This Is quite
harmless, but to avoid disappointment
be sure to get the delatone In an orig
inal package. Adv.
By Taking Lydia E, Pink
i.-.i.4 nhin "Mv Iflff side
owned me so for several years that 1
. ....I. . ..nl rt hnva to
undergo an opera
tion, but the first .
bottle I took of
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound relieved me of
the pains in my side
anri I continued its
use until I became
a I regular ana ires
,gy I from pains. I had
I asked several doc
tors if there was anything 1 could
take to help me and they said there
was nothing that they knew of. I am
thankful for such a good medicine and
will always give it the highest praise."
Mrs. C. H. Griffith. 1568 Constant
St, Cleveland, Ohio.
Hanover, Pa. "I suffered from fe
male trouble and the pains were so bad
at times that I could not sit down. The
doctor advised a severe operation but
my husband got me Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound and I experienced
great relief in a short time. Now I feel
like a new person and can do a hard
day's work and not mind it. What joy
end happiness it is to be well once more.
I am always ready and wilr.? to speak
a good word for the Compound.'' Mrs.
Ada Wilt, 303WalnutSt., Hanover.Pa.
If tlere aro any complications you
do not understand write to Lydia E.
Finkham Medicine Co. (conBdential)
Lju n.Mass. Tour letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman and
beld in strict confidence.
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