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THE gUCTAY OREgQyi POBTGiSD, ' JUNE II, 190
Chief Hunt Makes Many
Changes on Force.
TWO CAPTAINS .AFFECTED
Moore and Bailey Lose Their Old
Experienced aren Who Go ,to
the Day Patrol, and
A Ebake-up such as has not occurred
In the Police Department since Chief Hunt
took charge, more than two years ago,
has taken place in the past two days.
There is more to follow. It is believed.
What It will be no one but the Chief
knows, but Captains Moore, Bailey and
Grltzmacher are prepared for the worst.
They expect nothing but trouble from,
now on they state.
Chief Hunt Issued a batch of changes
In the placing of patrolmen Friday and a
second batch yesterday. He has shitted
practically all of the old, tried and true
policemen from Captain Moore's command
and many from Captain Bailey to the day
- According to the Captains, this has the
effect of absolutely disorganizing the de
partment and leaving the city by night
in the hands of policemen who, .for the
most part, have had but little experience
as patrolmen. Policemen who know, say
that there is no occasion for all of this
shifting of patrolmen at the eleventh
hour, unless It be for spite work.
It 1b pointed; out that Chief Hunt has
only until July 1 to serve, and experienced
officers declare that the orders issued by
him recently In regard to the placing
of men show plainly that he is angry
and purposes making the duties of Cap
tains Moore and Bailey as great as pos
sible. The reasons -for this, it Is declared, are
that Captain Moore Tecelved too much
credit for the splendid appearance of
the policemen on the occasion of their
recent annual parade, and that Captain
Bailey stands an excellent chance of suc
ceeding Hunt as Chief.
It was only about six weeks ago that
about 20 men were added to Captain
Moore's and Captain Bailey's reliefs, and
In police circles there are none who can
6ee why these same men should be left
to serve on the night shifts, and prac
tically all of the experienced men- should
be withdrawn and placed on the day
patrol. Furthermore, It is said, not one
officer has been transferred from the day
patrol to either of the night reliefs.
"I have heard that the Chief said he
would 'make It hot for me " said one
of the Captains. "I guess while he is
in office he will probably do so, too, judg
ing from the appearance of things. He
has deprived me now of all the old, ex
perienced patrolmen I have had for ever
co long, and I understand there is more
One notable change made by Chief Hunt
yesterday was the transfer of Patrolman
Thompson from a South Portland beat
he has patroled for four years without
change, to the Union Depot? Another
change is that of Patrolman Hill, who
was taken from Captain Mopre and placed
under Captain Slover, at the Upshur-street
Station. Three other experienced patrol
men were taken from Captain Moore and
four from Captain Bailey, all of whom
are now attached to tho day patrol.
Policemen arc now stationed all day
At Third and Tamhill, Third and Mor
rison. Third and Washington. Fifth and
Washington and Sixth and Washington
streets. In addition to these crossing of
ficers, patrolmen walk the beats as Usual.
Chief Hunt declares that the crowded
conditions in the downtown districts make
it necessary for all of these patrolmen
to stand about along tho central streets,
even If the residence districts have to
suffer in consequence.
at the Exposition all possible haste is
being made to secure for taera in
early passage. It is hoped to have the
Igorrotes In Portland by July 4, which
-will be one or the biggest days of the
The Igorrotes will be encamped on
a Riot of. ground, covering several
acreo In extent, adjoining the Daven
port farm. There Is a small stream of
water running through the land that
has been allotted the natives and this
will be-dammed so as to form a. small
lake or several of them. Small shacks,
made out of grass, will be erected
within the next week or two so that
the opening: of the village will not be
delayed. As soon as the Igorrotes ar
rive the village will be In readiness
for the public as all that will remain
to be done will be the installation of
some of the primitive tools and imple
ments " of the tribe. They will bring
along- with them all of their crude fur
niture and other articles used by them
in the Philippines. The dwellings to be
erected for them In advance will be
Identical to those which they reside in
i when they are at home.
WQHEB Will QUIT!
Notifies Chief Hunt of His Pur
pose to "Resign.
Co mine to Fair on Bicycles.
SAX FRANCISCO, June 10. A party
of three, consisting of N. S. Farley,
United States Deputy Collector of this
port; Leo S. Hampton, a well-known citi
zen of Oakland, and Robert E. Gelstlicb,
chief operator of the Western division.
Associated Press, left this city shortly
after noon today for Portland, Or., going
thither on their bicycles. The route which
the men will travel awheel will traverse
tho coast, via Eureka, CaL, and until
well within the southern extremities of
Oregon, when they will gradually work
toward the Interior of that state until
Grant's Pass is reached. Here their
travels will take them in a direct line
north, following closely the Southern Pa
cific tracks for the balance of the Jour
ney. From Willets, CaL, which Is the ter
minus of the California and New South
western Road, until reaching Grant's
Pass, a little over 100 miles, the wheelmen
will be beyond the reach of the railroad.
This is the first time that the route
above outlined will have been pedaled by
bike riders, and much useful data will be
gathered by the men, which Information
will probably be published later. The dis
tance of the entire trip will aggregate 7
miles, and will be covered In about 20
daya. The party Is scheduled to reach
Portland late In the afternoon of June 28.
Flag Day at Exposition.
Wednesday will be flag day at the Ex
position, and 400 Portland schoolchildren,
dressed in red, white and blue, will march
through the grounds In the formation of
the National emblem.
The principal exercises of the day will
be under the charge of the Daughters of
the American Revolution. Senator John
M. Thurston, of Nebraska, will deliver
the principal address In the Auditorium,
and Mrs. Rose Bloch-Bauer will sing the
"Star Spangled Banner." After the exer
cises, the members of the local chapter
GOES TO AINSW0RTH BANK
Noted Detective "Will Xrcave -the Po
lice Department to Take a Place
With a Private Institu
Headquarters Detective Daniel
Welner yesterday morning notified
Chief of Police Hunt of his Intention
to hand in his resignation within a
few days. Welner will then enter the
employ of the Ainsworth National Bank
as special agent.
Detective Welner has been a member
of the headquarters staff for about eight
years, and by Chief Hunt Is considered
Detective Daniel Welnrr.
I i 1
IGORROTES WILL BE HERE
COXTRACT IS SIGNED FOR COMING
It Is Hoped to Have the Baa a at the
Exposition br the Fourth
Unless some unforseen complications
arise a band of at least 40 Igorrotes
from the far-off Philippines will be
encamped on. the Exposition grounds
In the .early part of July. The contract
between Exposition officials. Including
Presi.lont H. W. Goode, and Edmund
P. Fclder. who will bring- the savages
to Portland, was signed yesterday af
ternoon. The arrangements for the
coming of the Igorrotes have been
completed in Portland and they are
expected to sail from Manila within a
very few days.
Money to the extent of $5000 has
been dispatched to Manila by cable to
the agents of tho Igorrotes In Manila
which will bo hold as a bond to Insure
the return of the Igorrotes to their na
tive land after they have completed
their engagement at the Xewls and
Clark Exposition. Several men are now
engaged In searching- the Jungles of
the Islands gathering the Igorrotes into
one band and selecting representative
characters from tho different tribes.
As the agents are now In the field it
Is thought that the band will be ready
to sail from Manila within two or
three days. Realizing that the savages
will prove to be a great drawing card
Yesterday's Exposition attendance
tcttp'sed alt previous, reeordi. barring
opening day, for 13,353 person passed
in through the jmtes, over 8000 mora
than any day except Thursday, June 1.
Teeterdajr was a ra.lt day at tbe
Fair crounds. Beside tbe traveling
men there were large delegations from
various neighboring toTvns. These lent
progress to the festivities, and g&va
the Exposition a true holldar appear
ance. The evening es the Trail was
one of frivolity. The pleasure-seeker
thronged every attraction, and hun
dreds sat on the lakeside. terraces and
listened to the aoft strains from Innes
band, or watohed tbe fireworks.
will hold a reception In the Oregon build
ing, to the sons and daughter? of old
During the day flags will be sold on
the grounds, the concession being In
charge of the Daughters of tho Revolu
tion. The human flag will form on the
athletic field, and will march, to Govern
ment Island and back to the Acid again,
being reviewed on tho way. A dress re
hearsal of the formation will be held on
the athletic field on Monday afternoon at
Barry Buckley, a widely known lec
turer of Washington, D. is to appear
In the Auditorium within the next two
weeks to give an entertaining talk on
the Yellowstone Park. Mr. Buckley comes
at the request of the Interior Department
and during his visit in Portland will de
liver a number of lectures. Including one
on tbe United States Navy and ono on
the Panama Canal. Hl lecture of next
Friday evening will be Illustrated by
stereoptlcon views and moving pictures.
No charge of admission will be made.
President Goode issued formal instruc
tions yesterday that hereafter the main
exhibit palaces will be opened at noon
on Sundays and closed at 6 P. M. This
order Is in accordance with a rule estab
lished by tbe executive committee re-1
The Innes band will give a concert in
tho Auditorium this afternoon at 2 o'clock,
at which the programme will be made
up of sacred music. There will be no
religious services, owing to the unavoid
able withdrawal of Felix Adler. who was
unable to be present. Next Sunday's relig
ious service will be conducted by Rv.
Robert Mclntyre, D. D., of Los Angele
Exposition visitors were given a scenic
treat last night such as it falls to the
lot of few people to see. Shortly after
the Illuminations were turned on two
Jet "black clouds placed themselves In a
field of dark velvety blue sky directly
over tho majestic towers on the Gov
ernment building. A mere suggestion of
red from the sun that had long since
passed from view added a magic touch
and completed a rare evening effect one
that would have meant the fortune of
any artist who could have caught and
xpressed all he saw.
a very able officer. He and Detective
Joe Day have worked together, form
In? the team of Day and Wolner.
"I regard Welner as an excellent de
tective." said Chief of Police Hunt,
"and regret to see efficient officers leav
ing the force. He is active and alert,
and has done a large part, and a great
service to the city, by holding- In check
for a long- time the crowds of thieves
and criminals of all kinds who are
here, or intend coming, to prey upon
the Exposition visitors.
"I also think It Is a very wise pol
icy upon the part of the bank officials
to take the precaution of placing- de
tectives In their Institutions. Bank
robberies are growing more frequent,
and the more daring the robbery the
more successful it Is. under present
conditions, bank robberies can easily
occur, and to be prepared against at
tempts Is wise, especially while the
Lewis and Clark Exposition la in
Detective Welner has made his share
of Important arrests during- his service
for the city. Perhaps the most notable
wa3 that of Harry Tracey. the notor
ious highwayman and multi-murderer
Welner captured the outlaw while the
latter was attempting- to escape on a
Southern Faclflc train, bound up
Fourth street. It was necessary for
Welner to take several shots at Tracey
before he Anally brought him to terms.
Tracey was tried and sentenced to
serve a term of 20 years In the Peni
tentiary for highway robbery. He af
terwards escaped, with Merrill, and
was out two months, during which
time he left a trail of human blood In
Another notable capture by Detec
tive Welner was that of J. W. Rltner
and George Brooks, who broke a glass
window and stole JIO00 worth of dia
monds. Both are serving- Penitentiary
terms. With Detective Day. Welner
also arrested Matt Cullcn and Georgo
Kelley for stealing- 53600 worth of seal
skins. Perhaps one thing that won favor for
Detective Welner. and may have as
sisted him to secure the position with
the Ainsworth Bank was the fact that
he effected the capture of William
Barrett, tho world-celebrated bank and
diamond sncakthlcf. in that institution
recently. Barrett was subsequently
sent back to Baltimore to stand trial
on a charge of assault and robbery.
Other notable captures effected by
Detective Welner are: Frank Woods,
murderer of Policeman Robinson, of
San Francisco, the prisoner being under
sentence to hang-; Kelly Wiley and
(Catherine Savage, for complicity In
$10,000 diamond robbery In a local ho
tel: George Brooks, serving- eight years
In San Quentln prison for diamond rob
bery: Jack Wade, murderer and high
wayman, who was hanged with his
partner: John Duffy, who robbed 35
houses In Portland: Jad Hamlin, Allen
Edwards, Frank Wiley, William Wes
ton and J. W. Collins, forgers; H. J.
Mack. "Kid" Young-. James Meehan and
A. U. Harding, pickpockets.
It Is doubtful If the present admin
istration will appoint a successor to
Detective Welner. This position will
be fought for by ellgibles. and Mayor
elect Lane And his administration will
have a chance to give a ?S3-a-monlh
Job to some" of their friends. Many
there aro who wish tbe place.
MONDAY, R0SEBURG AND COTTAGE GROVE
TUESDAY, LaGRANDE AND UNION
WEDNESDAY, CORVALLIS AND INDEPENDENCE
When visiting our beautiful Rose City don't fail to
call on us, and we can show you one of the largest
and best selected Furniture and House Furnishing
Stocks to be found anywhere. If your visit does not
lead to immediate business ft will be an introduction
and may tend to future trading between us. We have
been established 37 years, and are the best known fur
nishers in the State. Pay us a visit. You're welcome.
DON'T MISS THIS SALE
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday we offer on sale an
elegant line of
Enamel Beds in White and Colors
Never sold for less than $14.00 before. See the
display in our window. There'll be no dispute as to
the great, bargain offer. Our specials are always busi
$14.00 BED FOR $8.75
dal. Fire at Tacolt this morning de
stroyed property valued at J1O0O. burning
three buildings, with contents. The build-,
lngs were owned by F. J. Lackaff. of
Vancouver: C. A. Bellinger and C. C.
Xndon. of Tacolt. The places burned
were the saloon of C A. Delllngcr. saloon ,
of C A. White, barber shop of Seth
Thornton, saloon of Harper Si Smith, the
barber shop of Frank Bowman, restau
rant of Millham and a lodging-house.
The fire started outside, between two
buildings, and was apparently Incendiary.
Utile of the contents of the buildings
was saved. The Insurance was very light.
A "Quarter-Block of Fine Pianos"
and Other Remarkable Instru
ments Create Much Comment.
IK TOO HIGH NOW
1 conduct of the boys Is proper In the did not do it. but other boys were
, future. throwlnsahlngs. Inquiry disclosed the
liesiaes Judge f razer ana umcer , fact that the boy had been arrested be-
-tie is a gooa-iooKing lime tei-
i Hawley. the other members of the
court. Mrs. Lola Baldwin. Mrs. Millie B.
Trumbull and Patrick Sullivan were In
attendance and talked with the boys.
They called the boys around them
and conversed wJW each separately.
LeiltS GrangC AttaCKS bClieme The parents were also talked with. One
i uoj , irov la jjuius iu xjugcac nil uis
father, promised to write letters, tell-
Ijnjr how he was getting along.
j Some of the offenses were of a minor
I character Several boys were accused
of carrying: away a chicken after it
had been killed by a dog-. This case
was continued so as to get the. boy who
set tbe dog; on the chicken. He is riot
in the city Just now.
Another boy, charged with throwing
a lump or dirt at a. Chinese, looked the
Judge straight In the eye and said he
to Increase Valuation.
CALLS IT PUBLIC GRAFT
Numerous visitors In the city who have
availed themselves of the Ellere Piano
House hospitality recently have' learned
much concerning the commercial possibili
ties of the Northwest.
In this store at all times are to be
found a "quarter block of fine pianos"
over 260 splendla instruments displayed
In the salesrooms at Washlngf5n andg.
Parti streetri and three times as njany !-
the blg warehouse . on Thirteenth and
Northrop streets. Beside all thesczxxsps.
I Other Granges Are Asked to Join irr
Protesting Resolutions to the
Assessor of Multiiomnh
County Against Rise.
low and does not appear vicious. Judge
Fraser had a long- talk with him. telling-
him. as he did the other boys, that
the object of the Juvenile Court was
not to put boys in jail, but to try to
keep them out. He explained that the
bad boys were certain, in time, to be
sent to the Penitentiary.
The hoys before the court were all
under 15 years, as it is not the object
to deal with boys past that age. Judge
Frascr gave many words of kindly ad
vice, as did the others, and the delin
quents seemed impressed with the
scene. The Clerk. Marion Johnson,
keeps the records, and the different
members of the court will assist the
Judge In looking- after the boys on the
It Assessor Stgler will hold his ear to
the ground he will hear a rumble in the .
direction of the- country. His scheme to ;
increase the valuation of farm property- j
received a scvero handling yesterday aft- j
eraoon at the meeting of Lents Grange. .
Patrons of Husbandry. After about an
hour's discussion, participated in by A. F. j
Miller. Professor Darnall and others, the (
following resolutions were adopted unan
there are the Metrostyle Pianola. Aeolian
Orchestfelles and the newest andJmqst
successful departure In piano building, the
Pianola Piano, that can be played by any
one. Also various ptyle? of the "Peer
less." the electric piano, which received
highest awards at two of the latest
J World's Fairs Buffalo and St. Louis. Su
Jperb pipe organs of the famous Kimball
make, complete the remarkable collection
carried by Ellers Piano Hour,. .No other j " uSZ'r iXK&Sr
i-...,,!; wuiii hi mc Luu,,u j ' -" I burdens tnan tboe which they now carry:
west, carries such a tremendous stock, j and
and all high-grade Instruments. Orders J hereas. The farmers of thfc county
Whereas. Mr. Slgler. County Assessor, j
has announced his purpose to Increase the
value of farm, as well as city, property ;
three times its present taxable valuation j
in nis coming assessment, inereoy open
ing new and unexplored avenues of reve-
placcd by this establishment for the cur
rent year average a carload every other
day, yet It he no difficulty In disposing
j of them almost as quickly as received
! the instruments going to homes all over
J the Northwest country. Already visitors
at the Fair havo taken advantage of the
! opportunity while here to select a plino.
whether Interested in the purchase of a
piano or not, visitors are made extremely
welcome by Ellers Piano House. Phones,
both short or long distance, are at their
j-dlsporaL and pen and ink and stationery
If wanted, aiaxe this your starting, your
are already .oylng their full proportion I
of taxes, for the support of the county i
and state governments, without being
burdened further, and without affording
more cpportunlty . for public graft for ,
benefit of the official dynasty at thr ex
pense of home-building men and women; I
therefore, be it ;
Resolved. That thl; Grange enters Its
most emphatic and solemn protest against
this new scheme to wring more revenue !
from the farmer and small property-own-
er. without any corresponding benent;
and be it further I
Resolved. That It is the Judgment of .
this Grange that If the ntan to. Increase .
the taxable valuations In Multnomah
ttnnnlni. vnti. volllni. iwilnl -mtl if
,2 11 .,., i County and Prtlnnd to J1j0.0OO.(m). as pro- .
there is any information or as-aUnce . J)OS.d-by Aattttr sigier. is carried out
wuitu iwi w iwuacu i-j u. nu. lt result ,n no material decrease in i
we arc at your dkpooal. Store SI Wash- j tRe amount of the levy, now too high, but j
ington St.. comer Park (Eighth) St. ; Is solely for the purpose of increasing the
f j revenue and the perquisites of office-hold- '.
ers and contractors, who want to exploit j
EXPOSITION FOUR AT BAKER life S&ccrs.the 41llw of lhft 50,1 !
; Resolved. That Lents Grange calls upon .
l I, IT V VIE Vb .7Uli&VJIIA,l V.UUUIJ j
to set the firm band of condemnation upon t
this new sefce.-n to add more burdens to j
the tillers of the soil, and that special
committees b1 appointed to see that the
protest is presented to tbe County Judge j
and Commissioners. (
Resolved. That It Is the sense of this I
Grange that streetcar, cas and other cor-
porations enjoying public utilities derived ,
largely from donations of privileges from !
the people, do not oay their Ju.n propor- 5
tlon of th taxes, and that this Grange
them to do so.
A. F. Miller, master of the Grange, was ;
elected to carry the resolutions to Pomona
Grangc. which meets in Rockwood, one i
week from next Wednesday.
Popular Plnyhouse Secures Strong
Bill for Ensuing Week.
Few. if any. better programmes have
ever been shown in vaudeville than that
which the Baker Theater has secured
for the ensuing- week. The new bill
Is headed by no less a feature than the
famous reposition our. r new wUl support any mcisure that will require 4
I known stars. Alexander Brothers and hom to do so I
James Brady, are direct from iew
; York, where they have met with the
highest success. They are. by odds.
: the greatest exponents of artistic nov
j el lies In America today. There are
I seven other bis: acts on the bill. Gard
. ner and Reeves are known far and wide
as comedy sketch artists: Miss Llbble
iHart. the belle of Brooklyn. Is a metro
politan favorite In song- and dance: the
, Laroont brothers aro a pair of gym
i nasts who have a truly marvelous act:
j Jean Wilson, the popular baritone, lir
sing- a new Illustrated ballad: Baby
First Session of'
The Juvenile Court.
Buildings Burned at Yacolt.
VANCOUVER, Wash., June 10.-Spe-
Colson. the dainty soubrette. has won
J high honors in the East: J. W. Burton,
j the monologue artist, has few peers in
' his art, and the Bakerograph will pre-
sent entirely new and catchy moving
; pictures. This bill, opening- tomorrow.
J will continue throughout the week. The
old bill, which has met with public ap-
proval. will be presented for the last
i time this afternoon and evening.
The Denver Rio .Grande scenery is
rven more beautiful In Winter than Sum
mer. Travel Eust via that line and spend
a day In Salt Lak City.
"Don't you want to be my friend and
let me help you to bo a good boy?
This, question and others of a similar
nature were asked by Judge Fraxer
while holding- the first session of the
Juvenile Court yesterday morning-.
There were eight boys before the court,
charged with various offenses, some of
them only slight. , One boy was accused
of stealing- a watch and another took a
bicycle which did not belong- to him.
They were held on probation, which
means that they must report to Judge
Frazer and Officer H. H. Hawley at
stated times, and the members of the
court will be careful to see that the
During the Past Eight Years
we ha-e treated over 10.0-30 cases of wenk men by means of the
wltnout ? jingle failure. By this method lost vigor, nervous debility,
stricture, losses and drains, as well as prostate diseases, are readily cureJ.
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arean association of eminent physicians, experienced surgeons and expert
specialists, with abundant capital, established In 138$. for the purposa of
Al.I CURABLE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES OF MEX.
They will accept no case for treatment except certain that they can
effect a cure, nor will they make any charge in case of failure.
Dr. W. Norton Davis "& Co. are undoubtedly the greatest authorities on
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in the United States. They are the rounders of the only system of treat
ment which will cure varicocele, impotency and other forms of weakness,
with any Jegree of certainty. This Is h system of home treatment which
iocjlly stimulates the prostate gland. A similar raetnod is now employed
by nearly every specialist of note in America.
why "weak men" are frequently not cured is becauxe the trouble- is com
plicated with "diseases or the prostate gland" or with "urethral obstruc
tion." Our treatment cure3 where others fail.
WE USE A CRAYOJf
made of medicated "cocoa butter." which dissolves readily at the tempera
ture of the body. This easily passes the smallest obstruction without
pain. It heals the inflammation and removes the congestion and swelling;
The remedy reaches the weakened "seminal ducts," heals them and stops
unnatural drains. In most cases internal medicine is required also. The
"crayon" is only used in complicated casen. Tne patient places it without
any trouble at night by means of
THE APl'LI CATER.
which Is made of hard rubber and Is similar to a syringe. Thus, without
any trouble whatever, the healing' process goes on while you eUep.
This is also the most successful metaod known of treating "Frequent
auu ramiui onnauun ui jicu. ,
We prescribe for each individual case, using many different formulas
in crayons. If you have used a similar treatment, do not be discouraged
before you have consulted us.
A personal Interview is desirable, but if you can not call, write us.
giving ypur symptoms in full. " m
Our home treatment Is successful, even In complicated cases. Strictest
confidence observed. Plain envelopes used in all correspondence. Instruc-
tlvft book for men sent free, securely sealed.
WE GUARANTEE A CURE JX EVERY CASE WE UNDERTAKE OIL
CHARGE NO FEE.
CONSULTATION FREE. J
All correspondence is sadredly confidential.
Office nours a A. At. to 5 P. it. and 7 to a. Sundays and holidays. 10 to
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