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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1915)
TIIE 3IORXING OBEGOXTAX. MONDAY, AUGUST 23. 1915.
FORM OF "LEGALITY"
KEPT BY LYNCHERS
'Vigilance Committee Resents
Intimation Frank Was
'Maltreated by Captors.
NO. CONFESSION IS MADE
Prisoner Said lo Hav Made No Bf
ply n hate-err lo Pirect QoeUon
AeaeU Ulna Whecher J
Hilled Mary rhagan.
ATLANTA. Oa.. Aoc. St Th first
actual torjp of what reopened on th
et?i rM of L M. rraok from Jlll
lds:IU to Mrl-t Ntwin tr!J
: t and dawn last Tuesday mornlnf
S,tm available to I no Associated
Prae today. Tn rental did not coin
tarouca avcofid or third hand, but la
a manner whlob apparently placed Ita
authenticity beyond all question.
-Th Inald story" of th it
whira pr-dd to finding of Frank a
I t-le.a t"ir iwtrlnf from tha limb of
t .a Mciat cah tre la th vicinity of
-Hi 1' rrya iris mill cleared up many
pne of I ".a In. Ment which heretofore
Bar beeo tailed la mystery.
. raafnalaa Waal.
Point aaaartad by th narrator war:
'lrt rrark d I Bol confeaa. II
twie u asked If ba bad anything to
ay. but on arh arruina replied "No."
Aakad pointedly It b killed too Phagan
airL ba la aatd to bat mad no rply
v. end No attempt aa mail to
frc a confession. Frank statement
J ut prior to hla death, that b loved
hi. wif and aiotKr better tiian b did
bt I if-, ram unexpectedly and without
Third I tank waa not maltreated la
anr war prior to the actual lynching.
I'ourtl Frank walked S') yard
from the aatomoStl to th death tre
without a faliertnx aten. without a
an or tb rr.blance of a prot'at.
t'oeaa of "LoaalHy" Preaeeaed.
Fifth FrarfV waa told from the atart
tiai be waa to b executed aa the
courts bad directed thai b be. and
every effort waa mad by th ao-called
a-lrilan- committee to e that the
1- bantn. a they termed the
Im hing. waa carried out In an orderly
manner. Member of th "lf!lnc
eimmttteer are atd to resent any In
timation fiat Frank waa "maltreated
white In their custody.
S.iert.l Fire automobile war re
cuirl lo transport t.l -v!r!!nr com
mute' from Marietta to Vtlledaerin.
Only four returned. Including th car
In which Frank rode. All of the ma
China war small car. Ther were
probably .1 men In tha lynching party.
COVKR.XOR IS THIIEATF.XKD
Anaeiymoa Letters Demand Picon-ttnuan-re
ATI-ANT A. a.. Aua. SS. Sneclal
teral anonymou lettera bav been
received by liovarcor Marria urftrg
klm to drop the lrve-tlmlon of th
Leo M Frank cut and threatening
him wild lynching In cas be continue
hie efferta to find lb lyncher. Com
of lhaa com from ootald polnta
wbli verl bav been received from
points in tieoraia.
ernor llarrta aaya he la deter-
mtihed. however, to clear tbe nam of
Oevrji. if I- la within bla power to do
o. arel he decline to b frightened
by threat from writers who art afraid
tc ain their names, lie la til lo bed
today aa a result of hla activities In the
In ad-lttion to letter recctyed by th
Governor, ther also bar com many
threatening and abuaiv note, moat
f them unsigned, to th officials of
Cobb County, aom of them addressed
t Coroner UJota. All of these. It la
said. cra from northern and wt
Ju'ce f t ratterton. preadlna; over
ISe Hue Rldae Circuit, of which Cobb
County la a part, haa jut held a run-fr-nr
with Coeern.ir Harrta. formu
Utin a plaa cf arttcn. Jadce Fatter
ion la now preparing a epocial chara
tu ba prenied to the arand lury &t
Irmfi I. wbn h will speclfu-Aily di
rect chat a thoro-ixh lnveati(atton b
aad Indictment returned If the
Jury can find evidence on which to
t4 laim. It I aaid that clew to
the lyncher hav arauy been e-
It's strong toraach
that ran remain bo
tral when a fin fus
nd a dish of craw
fish are using it for a
PORTLAND. OREO. MULT. CO.. Auf. 13. 1115.
VVJLX CO 1,1 .IN a. td.tr.
a Bmea rttontil from Bmu man and W. ITRtm and Hn
jTraa. ib otbtr dr. hr b ft tcnon than bd mmmn ail
bad boo a On con firm dtlMS toubr for Mm Urn. tby
om TtMOdar. aad ft lnCora.d aa boina; cbairmaa of tba rectpuon
eonr.datta;iy mat ona da waa commlttM aa otarlj aa coiud
Iocs aacacb at a atratca.
Tba Pmoertle party waa
artiJr iodorkwd by Col. Sam
m att at a bmUri of tb Jack-
Club. FrL CoL It. A. XII
Jadira O'Prtri moi ta from Ta
ma yt.Trdar and eoBfU. Ir .R4 Paimair Mrara r
in priin3i rvtBoaTv tttwii, a v
O. Com 4.
bmm UrtT.Bi amoa4f lomJ prom. vara
.torsoa ! cauo ox cut. bvt oa ee took any oxcop-
lb vr amoclmv ww uoa ta Cat. Whlta a romaraa.
D Waal. Wlit mam .. -m
vn --law ..lM-lCU- . . 114
' " - mitlat.
aovorai a. m Mrb.B aDy i. Th.
to m tat oruo aa oa own on, or umn. waa uwt r,"f " "
Kvia i a wa. aaa poa, tmi noi
la la trar
F. Ma0itiraa vtatoa tbat tha
blil at tbo Empraoa U uctp
Uooally por(i tbla
ftpadUato prvo not loo, aarboa
opy to Tbo Crawflli.
Jab .fohaaoa tatoa that tha
bill at Paatacoa la aacopuoaally
poworfMi ttila wk. (Sndloaia
lamai aout It. aad rsfca Da aa past vb. aad pob, but not
woat ao tar a ta aay tbat ba ao macb aa ba baa doaa aa
ooaid coaooat to lot a aoo ba rormor aaaito. mm aro ln
BirtuM k mm thouabt It aa.d fonnod by J. X. Tool. MlM
bo tBtr-c oa aay. Virginia Araofd asd otbora '
Wo mmT9m vita tko Wiooi " wiriju wwnmw
ttrm. tnos ! comina tat do- Pill fit on a, of IWlooourL waa la
rvo4 oi:ioral aodco aad N oar aUdt tbo othor day. but
or or of ihom au(ootoi tnat a dida't spaas. btiaa Virginia
ood aay to do u oad bo to Arnold aad otbora wara oa tha
mobo a witty iav a too -on rocopuoa commlttaa.
fcor. AraoDi taooo - .
cootod tbia an4 othora on tbo rlv. and baro.
Fran tfrasca niifj com of I ho Hooaa. woro In our
Abd A- aV CU:k.
ABtV PI bo ravia C
Asd CaaUtac) Koaaoa and
Aad wttb tno roraofn iw
a loo ftoriarnaa aad Kaaata,
And wait Cva&a aad itoaaty
And raanr otbora not noroin-
botaro mon dottod and toa ftumr-
told tnom vdm waa
of maniac tbo witty
Al Pamoa and hla papal ar
rompaay f wliU anlmalo piayod
a tvt-Bichi ataod horo tha flrat
aro of tbo ... aoJ wo would hao
ffwoeo. ooir R- Leontpmaa oao u-
ln hlo moil aoa aa aa alibi
for b I mo? If.
Tho CrawfUh taka ploasura
In announdnu that although -moot
up to tho tlma of gotna to
prooo Tod Lanalng. of rantaaoa,
looked at 111 Uko Onion Jod-o.
ha la rapidly loalng tha ro-
pmblanco. 31 ra. L haa roturnod
from Paa "ran., but at lit do
clinoa to Indoroo bla appoaranoo
Tor tho purpoao of stopping
furthar cootrovoray. Frank llar
vood. tho pp. conductor and
virtuoso, doslros us to Inform
tho publio that ho la tho original
dlscovoror of Hiss EUxabota
Cbapln, whoso danolnc haa mado
It nocossary for thm to dust elf
tho a. R O. slxn at tbo Em
prosa. Wo publish this sn
midst roa-oatiy. Sons. Cham
bor;ala aad LJbaa aad Cong. Pst
McArtbur voro oa tho rocop
tioa committoo. and ao war
Miao Virginia Araold and otbara.
ftoo. Will "atUbory. of Dola
waro. waa bro tbo othor day.
btua Virginia Arnold and othor
lotoadod ta bo oa tha rocoptioa
commit to, but w bav not
Ioarno4 whothsr thoy wr.
Mia Virginia Arnold and
elhora of tho Coac Woman Suf.
rrago org. inform us that their aouacomont aa roquestod,
aioy suggootod. tnoomach aa U batting average oa oonator and to how H wi;j stop .fur-
thor controversy, as there are
tb others beside F. McOettlsan
and Mck Plorong Just waiting
for a chsnce to compare Frank
to old Doc Cook.
Did you ever boar the Rabbit
vilis brass ban a piay a toon, ot
ruther try to play a toon? T&
Uauor of the band, wnose real
profession Is cuspadoriao, now
mp.ood at Aiajor lf'alrplays
sporting aympoaium cleaning out
pittooieS, aaya his band cau
DiST o toons. Thoy cant. Tney
can start toons but they all
end in a hot time in the old
town. llank Sttfel waa ml
fortunate enuff to brake bts
Ugg last Sunday p. in. In tha
afternoon, li was his wooddsa
one. He took It off to throw at
a dog and it missed the dog and
hit Bunco's head. A phsw
more pares of them Paris kid
gloves at th city drug store at
tho low price of 19 cents the
pare. All sises from Shi
12 Call early ladles before
your also runs out. Ower
butcher shop ras sold oat to tho
city drag a tore. Tbe proprietors
of that store are bound to keep
evr thlbg touch In on and ap
pusrtalnln to tho drug business.
" Not kaoain wlch eye to
keep oa Pasco and gittln tired
watchln for Tacoma to grow.
Kabbltvi.t-o has coined a slogan
for her ownselft aa rollers, t
whit. "See Rabbuvllle bump
bersolf.' Aint It a beaut?
or bsrber shop Is closed. The
b arbor went down to Portland to
buy a new Sd hsnded raxor, got
full, got pinched, tried to lick
th police force. Is In J alt Let
him shav th prisoners; then ha
win git killed and we will bo
snot of him.
Addison .Bennett, spec cor.
was already anantmoua Congressmen aaa above .400 the
Aao beside. Ed neat ma past .
tet control of the humidity Judge sll. of Chicago, whom
siece laot Friday sod whear our set. coctemp. Tbe Even'g
eat cea to write a a Itty Telegram balls as "the father
p;v oa tbe word "bar. our of ciotbera pensions, waa ta
pants stuck la the varaum oa our midst vat.
wit of the chair and It In
terfered Ua ur train of
Hoovr. w did. and do,
sre with the attorae here
tnUfre mentioned. InoutdualiT.
evera.Iy snd collectively, thai
ta eve so ti.a of the tiar As
.m ia t ion i;l probably set a
higher record thaa Bay era
Among other prom, cits, who
wera In our midst the past t
were Mra. and Sir. Nicholas
Lnngworth. she having been
Roove!t; Xn, and Mr.
apreadlng Amerfcwsj Idestls.
W ha. a dispatch from
China that Prof. Goodnow. of
John Hopkins University, who
has recently gone to China to
. Our Weekly Sennonetta.
The Reverend Corinthians L
Itett, In his sermon yesterday,
said In part, as follows:
'Wnere two or thro are gath
ered together, the fourth party,
who Isn't there, la pretty sure
to get bis.
Howard Spalding, ah being re- give tbj gov't there tha advan-
WORE CONCERTS DESIRED
lorn actor Mc" J roj fa TV ma n
Mb fri lo nty OffbrUU.
LOCAL AND PERSONAU
Lsander Wel. of our ost.
eoatemp . Th Or inlaa. ha
roturaed from bis annoel aesti-
tati a od restored the kast etde
to tbe mapw
Ialr Thorn peon, tha promt
aowt Solon aad Lyeargae from
Lakviw. bjaiurdayed a our
ft. K rants. h Isoda tb d
vkt of kv llofer la signing his
article and tbue saving on the
aevevaity vf prulng ttem. asks
bs what has tecom of tb old
fautoil maa who atop a re
porter on too strt and MRt
him. -Well, bow d rab Uka ta
prtetlag bu-lneos? We refer him
to bU Versteeg.
E. Hof-r, wboee device of
riming his name at th besin
aing of bis newspaper article
has ba lauded ljr P. Krants
as a ttreo-M v.ng device, was a
our midst this wk. Mr. Horor
oss former! prominent rm
msker In our com msn ea.t h.
bat wo Jodse b Is out of prac
U c at present.
M oe c h rtsi easow, i h w. a.
terrotrboreoa saibortty. baa
rotumed from atan Fran, snd In
form us tbat i ho belta:la
rsnter" wt!l be all the rag this
Winter. It was fr la the shsl
ha ha made tb prediction
and w tried la vaia la Imagine
any btad of ranter ever b
Irg lb rag agaio. but Meet
saya tlma wi.I te.L
ported ta be worth SM.Wv.Oou.
and Geo. Hardr. bo blna ure-
prel to stay la our midst aa
manager of the Chamber of
Commerce. Th others went oa.
Mrs. Jo. Fets aa a visitor
her th latter part of tha wk.
and we ss w more of R-x lUamp-
tsge or American m-ais, nu
mad a start In his great work
by advlmng Mr. T. S. Kst,
the Presio-nt. to mike himself
a Job as Emperor, which Is be
ing earnestly considered by Mr.
KL who Is esser to adopt pro
gressiva and libertarian ideas
WE HAVE YVTTH rs TODAY
We Could, But We Wont.
State bupt. of Weights ana
Measures Johnson, of Sacra
mento, has started action against
ice men 1n Calif, for weighing
the Ice tongs along with the Ice.
Rosle Rosenthal dropped In ana
told us that there was a good
Chance to say something to the
effect that Johnson was foment
ing a tong war. He said that
we could use his Idea and whit
tle out the wheeze If we anted
SK HIM '
HOwv H I
Lines TM I
FIFTY JVEEKS AGO TO
DAY. Xaln waa atlll needed.
Fern Hohba, tbe w. k. lady
toa'n tamer, waa here and res
Imered al tha Seward In a nana
8- small that Carl Monroa baa
to gt a niagnlfylns slasa to
find out who It waa.
Will Mahoney made a trip
down to the beach and com
plained because It was not men.
Honed in Tha Crawfish.
S. B. Couch, who Is a dlstani
relative of Tin, Reynolds, waa
In town and cave $3 to a street
car conductor, mistaking It for
a nickel. Tbe conductor waa
deceived, also, and failed to
,lve S. B. any change.
Leone Caaa Baer, the dram,
ed. on our est. contemp.. Th,
Oresonian. returned from her
vacation and contracted to write
us a cereal on "The Evlla or
Early Christmas Suopplnc"
Te Editor went on a bender
to Bend with the Ad Club.
Otho C Lltrr and B. Bate.
Thomae were breakfasted by
their fellow newspapermen and
many kind words wera earn.
Ten Extra Trading Stamps Free Today
With Each Article Advertised Below
SOe Sloan a Liniment now Qq
$ 1 .Vo Hainiin-" Wizard OU g Q q
iOo Syrup, of Figs on salejjjj
50o ' iioddV "kidney" Pi'lls Tn
now at 2
$1 Ovo-OCn 1 Glyco-7Qr.
ferrin 03" thymoline'
.1.00 Cooper's Sarsaparilla7 C n
now at '
J1.00 Wyeth's Sage and7Qn
Sulphur at. '
WALRUS TRAVELING BAGS
These are aen nine walrus
leather, three-piece, strong,
serviceable and lone; wearing;.
They sell regularly at J11.50.
We are making; a va-Q AQ
cation special prlca ofvU
Genuine cowhide, lisht-weight
cases that are a Joy to p AO
own. 12 values at..... 0it3
RUBBER GOODS DEPT
J'.OO Bathing: Caps, spe- 0 0p
clal at 00b
$1.00 Bathing; Caps spe-CQn
clal at OSU
25c Bathing Slippers spe- I Qn
cial at I 3"
50c Frank Ear Stopples QCn
on sal at- "J"
0c StorkOQn PaperOCn
Baby Pants.. J0U Diapers a-Ju
We have a complete stock of
lava lid Rises, Urinala. Bed
Pana. Water Bottlea. Syrlnaea.
WE 3IEn RUBBER GOODS.
THE PEN THAT SATISFIES
WATERMAN'S IDEAL FOUN
FITS EVERY HAND. STAND.
ARD, SAFETY ASD SELF
$2.50 to $27.00
TJao Waterman's Ideal 1 1 0(1
Ink, all colors 1 ,UU
"WOOD-URK" FOr- 00 ft
TAIN PEN 03''
Full pint Turpentine now 2Q(J
Full pint Denatured Alco-I Cn
hoi for 3I
Full pint Cotton Seed Oil OCp
now for.. AuU
Full pint Milk Magnesia M
now for tuu
Full pint Javelle Water 0Cn
now for A"1
ailCKER AND BETTER!
Bring them in before 11:00 in
the morning, and at 5:00 of the
same afternoon they are ready.
CAN YOU BEAT THATf
hbb.r.r..25c and up
W Carry a Large Assort
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Alarm Clocks, all P I n tO
guaranteed. 9 I IU ?J
art.e!8.f..t.u?s$l and up
5ahraVe.m..f.$3.50 tO $7.50
Drinking Cups, six in set. with
h a n d 1 es, at tlS; set P I fin
of four W iUU
25c Sanitol Tooth Paste
60c Pompeian Massage9Cn
Cream at JOu
$1.00 Othino (doubleOCn
strength) at OJU
50c Hind's Honey Al-OCn
mond Cream ..vb
25c Satin Skin Face Pow-Jln
der at IHb
25c Fits-I 0(1 eOcOdoro
tilla I0U no at....
0p 25c B a r0p
sweet w" CatileSoap lOw
25c Imperial Borated Tal-ICn
cum Powder, Violet
HERO DIES IN RESCUE
C. J. Wangerien Sinks Trying
to Save Miss Wade.
I lnrebia to Image on th Washington
shore, where J. Leisure, a fisherman,
waa enlisted and he brought gear for
dragging th bottom or the river,
which brought the body to the surface.
LAST APPEAL IS FOR GIRL
3Icmbcr or law Firm S-c Woman
Drop In Prp Water, Rushes lo
Aid and Cora IVran Fatality
Urrnrs on Ma rant a Outing.
While trying to rrsoje Miss Oertrud
Wade, who had gotten beyond Der
depth Jul above Tavlor s Landing,
near Columbia Beach on th Oregon
eaore of Ihe Columbia Klver, a abort
diatanr above tb Vaniwuver Ferry
ImnJin yesterday. Carl J. Wangerien.
m.mbrr of the Inil firm of Haye
Wangerien. alt Kenton building, be
ta me eiMaus.d and was drowned.
Misa Wad was taken from th water
unt-onaeioua but wa revived. The
body of Mr. Wangr!.n wa recovered
In about two hours and Coroner L-am-mast-a
took chars of th remain last
jmroue rius'a hav com ta W.
T. M. Elroy. rend irtor of th City Park
l-ard. fr a continuation rf th con
cert aon beyond Aux'jil 7. th iaat
i4te whUh a municipal band con
vert ta rha4'tld. Sjw tr.at raal Sun.
r.rr weather rrrvall.. it te fell that th Blchl.
in-n mn ould ba rrolonfeX i Tha drowning occurred on th annual
t'on-lurtor MoKlroy tiplalnt that the! ewimming party of th Ma lama a. It
Ci-y ommis.urra hav entire -hrFa 1 having become h cuatom to viall thia
Tomahta tf-icert will b Kiran 0 vicinity on tbe Columbia Illver ch
th -uh Taraway at ( octock. for . Jumraep. Member on yesterdal a out-
h.'h tr following rrgram-n baa1 ,n numbered about . men and
bH arranaed j women. Th drowning occurred short-
w.'.. on 1 .-..v a- (rr,; av. Ur -"k "'"
tu j n T : Kt p.tTxtfio :. 1 Kan 9l-w-lS Call Help far Girl.
m um v.., t. .., ki,-TMMiiiaa th-rm i hllow bcta
.r-maa-K ' T.mej t. 't ttht pcrmtl dtnc oul for soma di
V T-nt i rtr. . f m -v i taQtt. below tbt placa tha witr
dptn and w.i ccd lo ba in d'.tr?
ic4 t t La
COLORED WOMEN GUESTS
31 r. Mary II. Tallarrt and Pauclitrr
to H" llntrrtalncd Here.
by Mr. Wangerien. who went to her
aaststance. He waa a good swimmer
and did hla best to reacu her. H be
came exhausted, however, before aid
ou'.J reach bim and sank from sight.
II. a last act was to call for help for
Other member of th party were
within a md at Mr. Vanaerirn when
he sank. II was breathing vary hard
and. aa he waa seen to be swimming
Jut befor be disappeared. It was
Ibuurht hi heart may nav lawea mra
Th Culured Women Council of
PnrttanJ haa tsjd Invitations for a
raeert.en ta be !Ta tomorrow n'M and lh.it death was caused In that way.
at t! home cf Mr. ar.4 Mra Mark' Th young woman was rescued by
Manfleld. iJ f'trtr--.ood avenue I otbera of the party. Ben Newell. clrk
outriaat. In roov.-.i-neet to M-a Mary! at th Ladd Tllton Bank, being the
K Te.oert. ef linfraio. N. V, vie- first ! reach hr. Ph wa floating
rrai lnt cf th N.t'orvsl Tederatl.-n of beneath th uraca of th watr and
olcrel Women a CI ah, and ber daugh- waa taken to oor unconscious.
... m ..it u a Tibart k. i. .!forts to restore DT were.
a.'eom;i i .h 4 anu.tctan.
jlra. Talert will lecture t.-n.ght at
Ketnel Afri.an tetridit Eptacepal
t Mirvh. Larrabe and McMt;lan streets,
at H o clock. Tb pab.ic la invuvd.
rashlrr Man I la Jail.
successful, and she waa brought to th
city last niaht almost fully recovered
from her adventur.
rtrvt Trip I Fatal.
Mlaa Wad Is a bookkeeper for C. E.
Iloilidav Co, and lives at th Nor
Vr. Wangerien was unmarried. SI
year old. and lived at th Parkview
Hotel. He ha a father living tn Kan
sas, but. ao far a knowa. tber ar
r-rk M. LeMonn. or of th de
fendant found gut.ty In th United
Ma'.ea Cashier trial Saturday, spent
yesterday ta JaiL anaM te raise the BO relatives In thl city.
'- bail detranded for ht rvieaaa
He waa the el manaaer of th com
pany aad ovcaatoned the t;overnment
ma. h trouble by diappeartng after be-t-g
Indicted. I'Blted tate l:atrtct
Attorney Keamea requested tbat hi
bail be set at IV1. tbouxa t" other
d.tetvJaBt wer ashed only ball.
Thi waa hla first trip with th Ma-
sama cn their short outings near
town, although he Intended to Join the
society. H climbed M'unt Hood with
tr. Mamama party on July 4.
Effort t recover th body by th
Matama party Iaat Bight wer unsuc
cessful aad a launch crossed th Co-
HOLDUP CHARGED TO GIRL
Two Men Also Accused by Joseph
Davis, of Tillamook County.
With his clothing stained with blood
and torn, Joseph Davis, a homesteader
of Tillamook County, appeared at the
police station at 2:30 resterday morn
ing and reported that two men and
a girl had beaten and robbed him of
II at Alblna and Cook streets about 1
Davis said that h met the men at
&cond and Morrison streets and
walked to th East Side with them.
They found two girls, but one left
them. At Alblna and Cook. Davis as
serted, the two men and girl suddenly
turned on him. beat him and took all
hla money. He recovered In time to
rbase on the men, but could not catch
him. H then tried to find a police
man, and, falling, made his way to
DR. M. V. JFORREST DIES
Physician Succumbs at Hoepital,
Where He Once Was on Staff.
Dr. M. V. Forrest, of Florence. Or, a
former resident of this city, died at
St. Vincents Hospital late yesterday,
following a brief illness. He was 2S
years of ag and leaves, besides his
wife, a mother. Mr. J. M. Forrest, of
Portland, and two sisters. Mrs. A. W".
Bowersox. of Albany, and Mrs. E. V.
Dr. Forrest waa born In Wheatland.
Yamhill County. In m7. Several yeara
ago b had a position aa assistant
house physician at the Good Samaritan
Hospital, and also held the same posi
tion at th St. Vincent's Hospital for
a time. Later h practiced medicine
for a while on the East !de.
Funeral arrangement hav not yet
WOMAN HAS A PLAN
"Whisper" to Mr.Taft for Suf
frage Is Idea.
HELP OF NOTABLE ASKED
ALLIANCE OFFICER TALKS
Mn. Kobert PaTls Brings Greetings
From ll.OOO Members.
Greetings from 2L0O0 members were
conveyed by Mrs. Robert Davis, of New
Tork and Pennsylvania, who waa on
of th principal speakers at tha meet
ing held In th Unitarian Church last
night. Mr. Davis has hen correspond
ing oecretary of the alliance for 25
yeara Sh congratulated the Portland
alliance on Ita achievement.
Th pakers wr Introduced by Mra
J. u. Comstock. president of the local
Mra. Alva R. Scott, of Bangor. Ma.
who I chairman of the social service
department of th National alliance,
and Mra Claude I". Uilson. of Massa
chusetts, who ta editor of -Word and
Hgbt tor Rate to Continue.
WALLA WALLA. Wash.. "Aug. 22.
(Special. I Captain P. H. Wejeraueh,
president of the Commercial Club, an
nounced tbat although both th O.-W.
R. N. and th Northern Pacific have
refused to tak any steps for th relief
of th local onion growers by granting
an emergency rat of 10 cent a hun
dred to Mississippi Rlvr points, th.
club will continue th fight.
Mrs. Lee Davenport Adopts New
Method, in Contrast to Ways
of Congressional Vnlon Bar
Body Arranges Meeting.
A word In the Interest of Nation
wide equal stffraga will be spoken to
ex-President Tart today at 11 o'clock
at the Multnomah Hotel, if th plans of
Mra. Le Davenport, of Portland, are
successfully carried out. Mrs. Daven
port has asked a delegation of Portland
citizens and residents to be presented
U Mr. Taft through tn Bar Associa
tion committee, and in the doing to
whisper into his ear. so to speak, ttat
ennui suffrage in Oregon has been an
effective agency, and that no doubt
Nation-wide suffrage would be a first
rate idea. While the prominent men
and women who will attend to this
little business may not say It all In ao
many words, that is the expressed pur
pose of the interview by committee.
The method has been adopted In con
trast to th alleged "buttonholing"
which has been done by members of
the Woman's Congressional Union when
seeking to spread the Nation-wide suf
frage agitation. Mra Davenport says
the tdea Is to present Western interest
in the proposed movement, and to con
vince Mr. Taft that should it ever be
come a vital Issue, he would know how
Our greatest source
of business is the
Darty for "whom we
lave built a. home.
Cach ' one of our
lome owners brings
us new clients.
Isn't that a pretty
good reason for you
to investigate oar
We Plan, Finance
and Construct Homes.
THE OREGON HOME BUILDERS,
Oliver K. Jeffery, Prealdeat,
ISth Flewr on h wester Bask Bldg.
A BOOK OF S. at H. GREEN STAMPS
B VEI) IS SEVERAL HOLLARS F tRNED
a7 BVa wsV's' S9 aw - m - 1
..-MABSHALL a.700-H0ME A6I7I
ALDIB STREET AT WEST FWBK
STAMPS with all Ice
cream or soda pur
chases in our Tea
Room or at the Soda
Fountain from 2 P.
M. until wa close at 9
a few, at least, of the Oregon citizenry
feel about it. .
The followinsr have been HSKea Dy
Mrs. Davenport to meet and greet Mr.
Taft for this purpose, the meeting hav-
m been arranged by tne uregon-
Washington Bar Association committee
in charge of Mt. Taffs visit to the city:
George L. Baker, Commissioner of
Public Affairs: Mrs. George--L. Baker,
Judge John H. Stevenson, Miss Florence
Weston, New York; Judge Cameron,
Mrs. E. T. Preble, president of the
Shakespeare Study Club; ex-Governor
Geer. Mrs. G. J. Frankel, president of
the Portland Women's Clubs; William
M. Davis. Mrs. Isaac Swett. president
of the Counsel of Jewish Women; A.
Walter Lafferty. ex-Representative in
Congress; Miss Mollie Segel, Senator
Harry Lane, Mrs. Harriett Hendee, pres
ident of the Federated State Clubs; Dr.
Viola Mae Coe. state president of the
Council of Women Voters; Albert- B.
Ridgway. secretary of the Oregon Bar
Association; Mrs. Sarah A. Evans, state
president of the Federated Clubs; W. S.
U'Ren. Miss Virginia Arnold. Oregon
organizer of the Congressional Union;
H. C. Uthoff, Senator (jnamDenain, . n.
Rohr. nresldent of the Self -Culture
Club; Judge Gatens, Mrs. W. N. Gatens,
Mrs. T. L. Adams, T. L. Adams, Judge
Gantenbein, Mrs. Lee Davenport, Judge
Davis, Mrs. Sarah Clarke, president ol
the Corriente Club: Judge Carey, presi
dent of the Oregon Ear Association, and
Mrs. Carey, Mr. and Mrs. L. ts. mc
Bride, Helen Miller Senn and Mrs. W. E.
YALE AIVSTVI DIX.VER HOSTS
Subjects of Interest to College Broth
ers Dismissed by Mr. Taft.
Alumni of Tale were hosta to ex
President Taft at a dinner at the Uni
versity Club last night, following his
return from the trip on the Columbia
Highway. The dinner was followed by
a short Informal address by Mr. Taft
dealing with subjects of Interest to
alumni of the university and informal
talks by others present.
Sherman R. Hall was chairman and
toastmaster at the dinner.
. Following were those present:
Ex-President Taft, H. R. Falling, J.
M. Joyce. J. S. Eells, H. C. Jefferds. A,
IV. n aur., xt. J . i.ui . .. ... ... ..u in.
M. H. Clark. P. H. Strong. C. S. Hol-
brook. J. w. watzeK. jr., in. Ajer,
Burnett Goodwin. H. R. Wakeman,
Thomas Rodd. J. W. Hill. Thomas A.
Sherrard. 8. R. Hall, John Failing, Sam
May, C. S. Chapman. J. A. Hill, Dr.
Lewis Sunday School Meet Elects.
CENTRALIA. Wash., Aug. 22. At the
closing session of th Lewis County
e..a Rihnnl A .inrlsrlnn h.r. Frldflv
O. O. Phelps, of Dryad, was elected
president for tne coming year to suc
ceed L. N. Wltherow, of this city. R.
D. Everett, of this city; Mrs. Millie Wil
son, of Chehalis, and R. D. Sprague. of
Centralist, were re-elected vice-president,
secretary and treasurer, respec
tively. The 1916 meeting will be held
Atenisoa naa laa UBniwiini cnamiJiuu.
H never was known to give full welrht.
25.000 FLEE TO
HEAT DRIVES CROWDS OF BATH
ERS IXTO RIVER AT PARK.
Babcock'a Ride on Loop More Than
I. anally Thrilling When Cycle
Swerves at Trap Door.
Hot weather drove out to the Oaks
yesterday what was declared to be the
greatest crowd of the season. More
than 25,000 persons had passed through
the turnstiles at 7:30 P. M.
Despite the lower temperature on
the river, the amusement park proved
warm enough for all kinds of infor
mality, so far as dress is concerned.
The Summer man and the Summer girl
were there In force.
A big crowd stormed the. bathing
pavilion, which early in the afternoon
had to shut up from time to time.
every locker, every bit- of available
dressing space and every bathing suit
being in use.
When Oscar Babcock performed his
thrilling "death-trap loop and flying
the flume" the lawns were black In
every direction. Babcock s ride un
wittingly was even a little more thrill
ing than usual, a quiver of his bicycle
making it a matter ot a nair s Dreaatn
that he was not hurled out of the trap
loop. Babcock received a' tremendous
reception. He will De at tne uim uum
A packed auditorium greeted the re
turn of the Frank Rich Musical Com
edy Company in a late bill. Every
member of the company was greeted
with a hearty round of applause as he
made an entrance. Popular songs and
clever lines made the farce a hit. The
same bill will continue ail week.
The Australian Band, playing In' the
open, closed Its engagement and will
leave this morning for Puget Sound.
RELATIVES HELD TO BLAME
Dr. Raymond Tells Why Youths Give
Up Fondest Dreams.
"Young men often give up their
fondest dreams and lose sight of the
vision' because their families do not
believe in them." said Dr. C. Rexford
Raymond, of Brooklyn, at last night's
services of the First Congregational
"The Dreamer in Prison." was Dr.
Raymond's theme. "We are much in
terested in how a man acts in the
midst of trouble." he said. "It is when
we face defeat, when friends forsake
us, when we stand the test of being
falsely accused that tho man comes to
"Those who become cynics, who lose
faith In virtue, and meditate revenge,
have lost sight of the vision.- " Tak
ing Joseph as one who rose above men,
the Brooklyn minister told of him as
"having benefited by his imprisonment
In several ways, his vision was clari-
Midst Spokane 's 50 Turquoise Lakes
For Change and Beat and tb Bracing Air of th Highland's Visit,
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Dearrlptlve matter oa request.
On the shore ef an exquisite mountain lake and reached from Spokane tiy
the &okana a Inland Empire Railroad's parlor-car electric trains. BOZA.NTA
TAVERN (established several years) offers most charmins environments, and
the exhilarating air of hirher altitudes, especially beneficial to valley Inhabl
tanta. BOZAXTA TAVERN is a transplanted bit of Switzerland. A fine J8
ho;e solf course, four professional tennis courts, boating, bathing and mountain
trail cllmbln are pastimes. Tha lake has always baea noted for Its big, gamey
cut-throat trout and bass.
Golf Tourneys August
Th tavern Is operated on tha American plan, with log cabins and nous
tents In connection. Rates. M-00 Per day and upward.
G via THE OrVrH BANK ROAD and SPOKANE IX LAND EMPIRE R. B.
5th and Stark
fied; he had kept his Innocence, and
was toughened to stand up. under cir
cumstances, to bear the test."
"The callow, untried, conceited, inno
cent person is unfit to bear the stand
ard of God. for only he who has stood
the test and kept the 'vision' has suc
ceeded and been a dreamer in prison."
Rev. J. H. Gloson Heard Again.
Rev. J. H. Gibson, D. D.. founder and
former pastor of the Grand-Avenue
United Presbyterian Church, occupied
the pulpit of that church yesterday
morning and met many of his former
parishioners, the regular pastor. Rev.
S. Earl Du Boise, being absent. Rev.
Gibson was sent to Portland more than
17 years ago by the home mission board
to establish this church, and under his
direction the present structure was
erected. He has been at the Panama
Pacific Exposition at San Francisco and
San Diego, and will leave today for his
home at Belllngham Bay, where he has
been pastor of the Broadway United
Presbyterian Church for the past four
Read The Oregonianvs classified ads.
To prove to more physicians that
sugar can be eliminated in diabetes
and symptoms controlled In many
cases, let us say that if a few respon-,
sible parties, 45 or over, will call with
statements signed by reputable physi
cians of this city showing 5 per cent
of sugar or more we will donate the
treatment in an effort to reduce the
sugar 60 per cent in 50 days, by which
time the physicians and patients can
know they are right and can continue
Some authorities declare nothing re
duces sugar in diabetes but opium
(codein). Let the above be the answer
The presence of sugar is a PHYSICAL
FACT and its disappearance a FACT
IN PHYSICS There is no room for
THINKING it's true or It's not true.
Here are the figures in a recent case
taken on rbove basis:
First report, sugar 5 per cent.
Second report, sugar 2 per cent.
Third report, sugar 1 per cent.
Fourth report sugar trace.
The thirst and polyuria disappeared
with the sugar. These four reports
are signed by well-known physicians
of this city, not personally known to
us. Tho agent ' used was Fulton's
As between opium (codein), which,
due to its "drawbacks," cannot bo
pushed, and a mild vegetable infusion
that urinalysis shows also reduces
sugar and can be given without limita
tion, there Is no room for doubt as to
the correct treatment. The number of
physicians prescribing this humane
agent increases daily.
JOHN J. Fl'LTO.V CO., San Francisco.
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