Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1902 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1902)
rca a sixa eastmai
fC A S3.C0 EAST
CtQ. il A rca a'. $io east.3
q)OiUU . MAN KODAK
5c lb for Hypo. 10c for Developer ,
Free and full Instructions. Classes In Photography
twice a week. ty maks expert photographers of eur eua- ""
tomers, , 9-10 o( ths cameras sold In Northwest ooma from '
Woodord, Clarke & Co.,;S$ffi
FINE NEW iFIXTURE,'$4.75
t. Tfch is a COMBINATION
fixture And the very best that
can be put up. . We . have
tether, fixtures a$ low ak
$2.50. This is new stock. s
Our old stock is being closed.,
out, , " 1 .1-?' V I
THE. JOHN BARRETT CO.
- J ' v 1 First Street, Between Oak ami Stark. -
1 : H . I
W ft SB .... I
KTT 3193 Samuel, Manager. SOS aregonlaa J!u tiding, Portland, Qr.
Gias D: Ecornbinniical
NOXOAL, N' DIJST 01
A TOUCH OF THE MATCH. A TURN OF THE VALVE- -
?' ' - ? ANDTHEjrC IS MADE. ' - Ji iV -t
v;.,-'-Ga furnishea the chaat fuel, the'quickest heat, the best k
; uju uiusi cuuiuuuuu iignx worn
. Kern burners, alid the safest knd
172-174 fifth Street
. !'THE PERFECTION Of.
JIARD.TOlGllj DURABLE, STAYS ;
TI1E ADAMANT CCS1PANY :
OFFICB, NOr- FIRST ST. N. ' ' . - TELEPHONE, MAIN T18. "'
, OUR NSW PICTORIAL. SOUVENIR
. y v which contains about Porty Vlewa t tha Moat PIaaJn - ,
point of interest in and about Portland.- Never In tha ,
hiStOTV Of th aft.v hia hMn anvthin KAlf mm Amintw '": .'.
and artUUo aa this Beautiful
V SEE OUR. WINDOW DISPLAY ON tTHai STREET f
THE J.' K. GILL COMPANY
Cor. ThW and Alder Streetss -
- No More Dread of tha DenUl Chaar r ;
Nov Y crii Dental i Pcrlors
4tb and Morrison Sts., Porthad, Ore. - ; ,
i' prims r' " . ' i
; No P ain ; r No Gas-
: Full Set of Teeth C5,C0. : T;
. " ' Tth ttrartfd and- filled absolutely without pain, btit our lata aetentlSo -raatod
applied to the gums. No sleep-producing agents or cocaine. - ,..
Tha are thr only, dental, rarlors li I'ortland having patentee appll--
anoa and Imrreilienta to extract, fill and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowna unUeecUble from natural tectb, and warranted for 10 years. With
out tha least pain. v. - .
' IJourt: 8:3t!S.CS,!aye.3t2.C0., ' - : '
- ' ' : 12. : : -' " -
; 7 1 1
. Ss a-fli i '
This Kodak regular
A NEW THING
-V CASJJANTELS : , j '
. L GurntMd for i
;: , Yon (Mat get anything Ekd ' ,
uscu wiia cuncr me weisDaca or
most reliable power. ;;
" . ' Portland. Oregon
-.. 1 , . - 1 ' .
fn Seollle Arc Dein?
; Opacd. ;
of the Council, "
(Journal Special Barvloe.) .
SEATTLE, march t U. The artmbllnr
war continues, and amall games- are
opening up all over tha city. The big
beusee remala eioeed Cigar store game
are hard to close,: aa the police force
Is not - adequate ' to such m demand.
Gambling la in violation of the etate lam
aiancjr stand la firm, and he will have
a JO . per cent Interest in the games or
else will continue to Insist on, enforce
ment of the law. -
The municipal fight is on for the sreaN
dency of the City Council, arising over
the fight fer the municipal electric light
Ing plant which was' endorsed In last
week's election. The Seattle Kleatria
Company la .making a desperate light 0
elct lu man, WllF II. Parry, widely
known, as corporation exponent of the
Northwest, and opposed to municipal
ownership. - ,
.COMING OUR WAY;
Vast Army of ; Homeseekers
Now Invading Oregon, .
P. R. Johnson, the general arent of the
Canadian Pacific, In common with 'other
raUroad men,: feels gratified,-with the
great. increase, in -waat-bound paasangar
traffic. His company is getting it pro
portion of the business, be says. ; For the
first week, dating- from March 1. after
the new homeseekers' rates became feltact.
ive, this sort of travel proved a record
oreaicer for all the lines. The Canadian
Pacific's contingent hall principally from
Minnesota, Ohio, Indiana and Iewa. The
low rates will expire April an.
Saturday laat a detachment of 18 set
tiers paased through Portland for Me
Mlnnvllle and vicinity. -. Thev all ' came
from Tennessee. Kansas and Nebraska.
It seamed droU to see these good people
all bundled up In heavy wraps, expecting
to find cold weather. They were agree
ably disappointed. -. a
-The Northern Pacific, the Great North.
era and the Harrtman lines- all report
a tremendous influx. The-Burlington tells
a like story. In the ease of the latter,
the settlers are comins: from nearly every
part of the Missouri River territory.
w un me increase m passenger tramo,
there.; has come also an Increaaa In
freight. The O. R. N. alone has a
record ot not less than S2 cars ot emi
grant movables since March 1..
BLOW AT 1NJ UNCTIONS.
(Scrlpps-McRae News "AiBdciatlon.)
Washington. March -n. .The
house - committee on judiciary ; today
autnorisea a ravoraoie report on the
Grcsvenor bill "To limit the meaning
of the). word 'Congplracjr' and the
use of restraining , orders and in
Junctions in certain cases.'? The bill
aims to- do . away with the indiacrlin-
inattr-vininr of . Injunctions ' against
laborNnloaa during strikes. 1
'.. -J 4tht.
ORE5QON CITT March U.Andrew
Kocher. of Canby. ' has made a sale of
8&0 acres ef the Henry Kocher place on
Pudding- liver, In the south end of the
county, to the Krafts, who recently ar
rived from Rusala. The. price paid was
15.600. The elder Kraft Is the advance
guard of a number of German Russians
who Intend to settle In this section of
Welt attended revival services are being-
held at the Methodist BDlscooat
church; Evangelist Samuel Snyder is the
minister. - 4 -u...- -"'.
ANOTHER EARTHQUAKE. :
' , , . 11 ' -
Scrlpps-McBae News Association.)
ST. PKTERSBURO. March ll--The
town of 8hemakaka which , was par-
-tlally destroyed by an earthquake one
month ago, ana attended by a : heavy
loss of life, was the scene of. farther
seismic disturbances 8unday. Twelve
thousand people are now homeless.
- IRELAND'S CONDITION.
, ' ' - - " .
(Journal Special Service,)
LONDON. March ll.-rAt the meeting ef
the Cabinet today the Question of the
suppression of the Irish Ind tMgue
was vlgerouary' discussed. All members
of the Cabinet agreed that the conditions
la Ireland at present are worse than they
have been for years.
(Journal Special Service.) - '
LONDON. March ll. The Cabinet met
In special session today to dlecuse tht
capture oy tne noers 01 ueneral Methuen
In South Africa. The di-aster. to the
Hrittsh General is keenly felt throughout
- v WOUND DXNOEROU3. ,
f LONDON. Mar. 11. Kitchener renorta
that tha wound In Oea. ilethuen's thlah
Is dangerous. - Much anilely la felt on ac
count ef it, ,
THE WIFE WINS.
'1 want to live with papa "ennse he
Ives me fclcktU,".!.- iix-ently rer'-' 1
year c! J K-jnona Meysr to a c. i-
tion asked by Circuit Judge Fraser la
the case of - Anna Meyer va, Harry
Meyer, for the custody of the child.
The . little tut was lifted upon - the
stenographer a aesK wnue the maglg-
iraie leaneu torwura ana put Kindly
niiAntlnna to thn vonns-ntnr. . TTnwatrai
the court awarded the child to the'
care . or . tne ; motner. 1. Mrs. Meyer
cnargea ner nusDana witn being an
unfit nnrann tr hsvA tha fThlM mA
asked for a decree 0 divorce, alimony
. . 1 . r M . r .
ana attorney s iee. jaeyer geeps a
saloon . at. suueentir ana . Washington
streets. - - ,--v.
: FAREWELL v
Reception Being Given Prince
NEW .YOPK.- March 11. Prince
Henry's last fldy'ln New York began
mucn as otur uays of hia visit la
America, r He slept on board of the
Deutschland, and had hardly finished
hig morning meal when the mayor of
noboken wag announced. The prince
received him . Immediately and ar
rangements were made for the list
feting to be ' given the prince. The
mayor told the prince that tha Ger
man singing societies of Hoboken and
Jersey -City would ..assemble- during
the afternoon to give him a farewell. -
The- Prince had planned to make
several calls this morning, acknowl
edging, entertainment giren him here,
but gave up this plan, when be foiind
his time too limited. , .
During the morning members of the
Letter Carriers' Association presented
him . with a Dronze table v with ; the
heads of our martyred presidents In
bag relief. - - -
After the letter can-tars left the Prlnna
received anumlierof vlaitors. Shortly after
noon the Prince gave a farewell luncheon
to Roosevelt's reuresentatlves ' on tour.
After the lajat course, the Prince arose,
and picking up an American Beauty rose,
said: "This is a badge of what 1 "have
been admiring on my trip through the
United Btatea American beauty."
The dock waa crowded when the
Deutschland pXilled out Into the stream. .
, The Inspiring farewell ' demonstration.
In which four thousand people on the
dock and on all manner of craft in the
river . and bay. participated, marked the
end of the Prince's remarkable visit to
America; -"When rhe - hawsers"" were
loosened and the Deutschland backed In
to the stream, thousands cheered- and
the bands aboard ship and on the dock
played the national anthems of Germany
and the United states, and the whistles
screamed aboard every craft Tha Prince
stood on - the bridge : and gracefully
saluted adieu, .
Headqbartors Will Be 'Estab
. Iished by Both Parties.
Soon after the arrival. In a few days.
of Chairman White, the State Democratic
headquarters will be opened. It is the in
tention pf the Democrats to have state
and ' county -1 headquarters in - adjacent
apartments, 'Secretary Montague, of the
State -Central Committee ' and . Secretary
Gatens, ot the City and County Commit
tee, have already been trying to secure
suitable rooms, but have been finable to
find any that are desirably located., -
The question of permanent headquarters
for the Republican State Central Commit
tee, will probably not' be decided until
after-: the State - Convention. -- The- -chair
man of the - state committee, George A.
Steel, says that In no case will he hold
the chairmanship of the party- at far the
convention. The present state headquar
tars are In his private offices. In the Cham
ber of Commerce, but on the election of a
new chairman, new quarters will be pro
vided. Neither has the county committee
elected headquarters. Dr. O. 8. V. Pluro
mer is the chairman of this organisation
and his office is at hia residence la South
Portland. Willis S.-Dunlway Is secretary
of both committees, and so far has trans
acted the business of his positions from
his private office. , (
. HON EYM AN , estat e7
4'"1 " ZLi " ' 1
' Thoe. D.- Honneyman, executor of the
estate of William Honneyman. deceased,
rendered vhl Aflnal account, claims ag
gregaUng, t5.U4.7S, were paid, and the
following distributions made- -
Children's Home, 1606, Good Samaritan
Hospital, $50; Calvary . - Presbyterian
Church, $500; St. Andrew's Society, 500;
Mrs. Agnes ' Rutherford, sister of de
ceased, 1500;v Margaret Taylor, sister,
$500; Agnes Honey man, ' sister, $306; Isa
bella Honey man. slater, $500; Mrs. Mary,
Burnett, sister, $500; Isabella Honey man,
daughter of David Honeyman. $500. The
remainder, -ebout 1H&.000, is devised to
the widow, Jane C. Honeyman. After
her death, the.net residue will be divided
among the five children. s v ; k - ' v-
; :.- . ; ' rr
W. r; Walpole, secretary of the City
Board of Charities, gives the following
report for February: 1
Number of applications for ' aid, 135f
number, of persons represented by ap
plicants. fcf 2 families received aid ac
cording to the needs of each case; t
single persona receive aid always In re
turn for work where disability did not
prevent: aid was given in provisions,
fuel, clothing, meala, lodgings, and medi
cine. Four persons were given 'trans
portation to points where relatives would
care for them; SSM.!) was expended 1
the general work.)
l v NEW BOAT LINE. : y
The Oregon Coast Navigation. Company
Incorporated today, will build, through the
co-opratlonof Portland merchants and
farmers and merchants of Coos County, a
7i0-ton propeller steamboat to cost MiOtHJ.
Produce and coal from Marshfleld lll be
exchanged for merchandise here. - The line
will open up one of the best dairy districts
of the state.' .
. BUILDING PERMITS-
A N. Andrrnon, cottatre. Sell wood
Street, bet-teen At'.nna avenue and borlh
Wl'-a Sreei; 4
rt . .IU. . Iiaiiba .Arti.r
S..c'nd ui ' ..;Vvn sti-l;'j J.
(Journal Special.) - - 5
sand-recruits were added to the ranks of
-the strikers this morning and the leaders
say that If necessary 28,000 additional men
The coal and -lumber teamsters may go
out before the week Is over. The strike Is
seriously felt throughout the city.
- In tha business sections there Is every
appearance of a holiday. Work In the
shipping department U practhially at a
STRIKE! SPREADING. , ,
BOSTON. Maroh 11 The freight hand
lers" big -strike Inaugurated In this city
yesterday. Is spreading. AH longshoremen
went out at noon today.
- Mayor Collins this afternoon wired
Senator , Hanna, chairman of the Jim-
plovers' .Arbitration committee ot ; the
flvlo Federation. aBDealina to tha Civic
Federation to check the strike. -
Terrific Windstorm1 Strikes
' Nebraska Towns.7"
(ScHpps-McRae News Assodgtlori.)
' OMAHA. March 11. A terrific wind
storm swept over Omaha . and other
cities of Nebraska early this morning.
Debris was strewn in every direction,
and it seems miraculous that .many
people were not killed. l. .
In some parts of Omaha houses
were unroofed, and families driven to
public buildings for safety. Sidewalks
and fencers . were splintered and win
Lightning ana torrents of rain.added
to the terror of the panic-stricken section.-
Fully . fifty buildings were dam-
aged. , ,
(Scrlpps-McRae News Association.)
OMAHA,. March 11. Several, per
sons were injured, but none seriously,
in the great hurricane that swept over
this c)ty and adjacent country yester
day. Telephone and telegraph wires
are badly damaged.. All railroads re
port heavy rains around Omaha, yet
but little damage was ' done except
along the line of the Union Pacific
, II I 'HI I II, I II III' I r 4 !
Dr..Zan In the Removal of
Health Officer Zan had .trouble to
day la: trying . to remove a- smallpox
patient from a small house at the foot
of East Pine street, to the pesthouse.
At last accounts the patient was still
holding the fort. , -
Ten days ago smallpox broke out In
the mission for colored people at Sec
ond and , Yamhill streets and 1 John
Qlasco and bis wife were removed to
the pesthouse.' I The- health. officer
learned that one of the former in
mates of the mission was ill at the
foot of Pine street and - went to in
vestigate. He was met at the door, by
a number of women who denied there
was anyone sick in the house. Dr.
Zan forced ' admission and found a
man who had been afflicted with the
smallpox at least a week. One of the
women procured a Bible ' and with
many gyrations called down the wrath
of the Almighty on the inoffensive
doctor for big intrusion. ' - - '
"We are people of God," said, the
woman, "and we heap His curses on
your; head. . You will not live to take
this man away from here." -"
The man will be removed by force
.Tile Board of' Trade of Hlllsboro will
meet -the City Council, at an adjourned
meeting of the latter body tomorrow
afternoon at :J0 o'clock to discuss the
building of the proposed electrio , line
from this city- to Hlllsboro. The con
struction ot this- read- has been on the
tapis for several yearsy-and the chief
obstacle to its inauguration has -been the
failure Jt Its promoters- to obtain a right
of way into the city. The laat proposi
tion la to come Into town along the
river front and First street,' and It is
thoug-ht there will be no serious objec
tions to this route. . After the Hlllsboro
matter-is disposed 'of, the Council will
take up other unfinished busness. .
-BICYCLISTS ORGANIZE. ..
" Proprietors of bicycle repair shops have
formed the Bicycle. Repairmen's Associa
tion, with the object of regulating price
and promoting the Interests of : the re
pairmen In general. The oincers elected
are: President. C. V. Wright vice-president.
Andy Friti; secretary, S? H. Braln
ard: treasurer. U.' 8. Booth. The aseo
clatlon will meet again tomorrow night,
at No. 147 First street. Practically ail
of the bicycle repairmen of Portland
have already signified their Intention of
joining the association. . .
... Uournal Bceclal Service.)
nutvinv riTT March. 11. ,thot)'',l
I iY.M ltamil.T l-fill 4'OlinlV fuOnvr' "II
not be li.J until ki-arch U, a te h.n-
ator Brownetl, who is a candidate for re
election, has already held rallies 1 In a
half doaen or more precincts. In each,
instance he was accompanied by a male
quartet, who sung betore and after the
political aaareas. .- xna .Democrat voted
at tha recent central committee meet
ing .to loin In a citlxens' movement with
the independent Kupubllcans. but' Chair
man Robert A. Mller has not yet called
a county convention 10 elect delegates to
attend the state convention. He also
is chairman of the citisens movement
committee; and It is expected that at a
meeting of the latter committee tomor
row, dates will be determined upon for
notn conventions. . cnatrman -Miner,
Sheriff j. j. Cooke and O. W-.Eastbam,
the two former Demoerats and the lat
ter s Republican, will start the olUseiur'
campaign at Molalla Saturday, after
noon, ana will speak at Marauam in taa
svenlng. , ,
Rush of Enterprises That Mean
vMuch for the State.
"Baker City and Eastern Orea-on will
be heard from this season as never be
fore In our history." said W. C. Cowglll.
ef Baiter City, who 1 spending a few
days in Portland on mining business. -"With
the "opening . of new copper
ledges, the tremendous development ' of
gold properties, both, old and new, sthe
Installation of thousands of tons of new
machinery already ordered for immediate
delivery, tha sale of half a dosen mines
now under, way, tear opening of a newly
discovered coal bed, the boring for oil
In a dosen places in Malheur, instigated
by the striking of oil on the Idaho side
of the ss me basin, the settlement of one
thousand homeseekers. In the Powder
Valley, the large increase In the ostput
of lumber, the big addition to the beet
sugar lodustry. the building of the ex
tension to the Sumpter Valley railroad,
and the probable building of a railroad
ho ' (ha,1 Seven Devils, enough will be
accomplished : this year to make the In
land Empire a power that will be felt
throughout the Northwest. Capital from
the Kaat la coming to Eastern Oregon
every day, and we propose to run poli
tics so- that our growth shall not be re
"I can only add that It will be wise for
you here to keep your eye on , Kastern
Oregon." - ' , -
, (Scrlpps-MclfaeNews Association.)
LONDON. Mar.' It. -Alfred Belt, the
South African diamond king, has received
a dispatch stating that Cecil Rhodes' con
dition la extremely grave, causing anxiety.
The patient was thought to have been Im
proving up to within tht past 49 hours. ,
Another of the Chicago A Northwest
ern's specially " conducted excursions
through from Cbloago to Portland,-- ar
rived this morning. - The train laft Chica
go last Tuesday, - and will return -.day
after tomorrow. The excursion was in
charge of Conduotor V. Z. Bayard. : -.
Tha excursionists,, for the most part,
comprise people in good circumstances,
who are not only seeking homes, but also
locations for business Interests.
There were about 125 people In the party
which arrived this morning, Five of them
left for Washington points and the others
will seek. to establish themselves in Ore
gon. XOURT. NEWS.
- Silvia Knight,' administratrix of the
estate of V. B.. Knight, deceased, reports
value of estate to be $500. The heirs are
Portia Knight, W. M. Knight, and Silvia
Knight . - -
Judge 1 Fraser ordered a decree in de
fault entered In - the ease ef R. H.
Thompson vs. Wllliell, administrator of
tha estate rot Henrietta T. Losee, de
ceased, et al.
.- Evidence -was A taken ' before Jifdge
Fraser to ascertain t -wntr .f wh...-t
Carr, defendant in a ' f t v
Mary Carr, to pay C. oi i. e j otti j.
Ing f i
Sarah M. Phillips p - sucl- Mau.oW
Phillips for dtvoroe; . ... s, cruel treat
Geo. T. Meyers has u.-I tt. I" ' '"t-r-l
to collect $78 for rent of pitnmea at
Third, and Salmon streets.
- The Portland Public library swung Its
doors open as a free institution Monday
morning, The consolidation of the Library
Association and the Portland Public
Library necessitated a number of changes
In . the routine work. . The book room
has been entirely renovated, new tables
have been added -aad a new and im
proved gas lighting system Inaugurated.
The Interior work Is complete, except the
work, of cataloging and the science de
partment..' - -.
The following staff of competent ladles
are in charge: Miss Mary Francis Isom.
librarian; Miss Harriet Oooch, head cata
loguer; Miss Northrop, circulating de
partment: Miss Catlln, accession . clerk;
UIm UnnkwiuJ f.Mni.. Huiilr TUlam
Reed. . children's room; Miss Bark rfj
reaoing room, ahidiuu, bub-- buuhi
Motter,. Nlchohts, Pipes, fctackpole
locx roa. Tins in Ti-at j p r
,v HAT YOU EUY
TT" r- , T f
I.u.a1i liu,( J V
1 " '
- .. '
Rdlvay Ikil C:
Mr a in.
(Special to The Journal.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 11 -ft !
been several weeks since the ratlw.jy r
clerks of the Eighth division, c.m.j
Oregon, California, WaslilnijtDn, an l 1.
Coast states, sat at the baniu..t ho.ir.l
this city to honor II. P. Thrall, h
tendent of tha division. Just whr 1
clerks should have been culh-d r-mi r
various States for the only puriiuad
eating a I-telmonlco dinner In tint nrwf
lit Kl- ThNll wuwi. m... .....I..L 1 1.. .
Invitation cards. 1
The clerks were looking for a l,lif is
prise of some kind, and tliy c
bunches from Portland, Denvur. t .1
Los Angeles and Salt Lake. Aftir
arrived, they found that th sim
to honor Mr, Thrall was duo to J. W. l:
ert, a clerk formerly on th Aslilnnd ri
Roberts was acx-used of simply trying
mimnA In-1 -ulth un,...! ...n.i. .r. ..
had arranged tho liancim-t without 1
suiting but one or two of the many 1
Way clerks. In hia enf hiiHiHHm. l;,,h.-
after having completed hi srrnntruni
wrote to several dorks, ilvlnar tln-m t
news. One letter reauhed the ul'-rks r
nlng Into San -.Francisco. In tlii.s I
the recipient was given to uniiiiratuiiil i
tne naixtuet was to-t a n iilar "i
but the writer sueiled It f-tvu-t. Il
said that so munv nlJiti a would b; -
and he spelled the word p-I-a-l-t-s.
rue uia ot civil rvi.:t clerk in u,
such blunders caused much comment, .
the letter whs panned around fur In-:-
rinn Mnm ; l-ru,i Lnff ,.miim,.,1 l.v t
refusal of Roberts at the outset ti invi
Chief Clerk Moore, and the clerks s--
to nave been divined into tlm "f.- r -"antl-feef
fai-tlona, the "aiul-feet" I
Moore and hia frlunda. 1 ho am 1 r
.ft,.,-? WUlll. -.. .,,-k - -,KI1 v. ,, , , ,
themselves,1 leaving out tnnso v 1 . . i;
aged the vomtillmuntnry '( imI" in I,.,
. , Onn.vln ... .. .1 .... . r'l.r.ill . A,. . .
tlnn Is silt lc!n.tM1 If thev currv tmi thu
. - (Journal Special Eurvh e.)
OnrOON CITT, Mrch ll.-Tl e r-:
City Manufacturing Co. Is cornt ... .n s- ,
ranKements to enKags In nuihu.,' up .
dercmthln-f out ( a portion of 11
manufactured oroiluct. . A lai .,. i-i mh
the second story of tL woolun t 1 .
be devoted to this, inirtxi ... I 1 .
Max Bollack states that If the n- n.'
for the goods Juki If y, more iwwii. : 1
klnu ...ill h. ., II...I .....1 ..... .. ..
of operators will be Increnned. '1 1 .
a new enterprise for oiei on Cltr, L
the comnanv formerlv niHiiti tin m. t.
tion of Its goods when it h ul ln.i.
houses In Portland and San tran-ji-.u.
TAFT OPERATED O.'J.
t (Scripps-McRae News Asmx iat!:n,
CINCINNATI. March -11. G.A( ic
Of the Philippines Taft wa s". v--fully
operated upon today, tu !
an old trouble that caused bis 1 ;
ness in the Philippines.
(Scrlpps-McRae Nws Assoc: it,
: MT. VERNON, Ind., March 11.
safe In Boseman & Waters' t
Poseyvtlle, was blown open i'.U t
Ing end $2,300 fltolon, Thf 1 -
Shipped out $18,000 ypst-TJjy.
THE. DOG SH0V.
Tlie'.r : the
April 1 10 1j, t t .
' -lU?. prnn-i" li f-ir o"
r txt. I' of tni V
rity. Tl.e c..irin,itto s c 1
maalng eiaoorute arr.i. . ... . .
. Secretary W. ;W, Peaslce I 1
sieged with Inqulrltcs by mail fn ... -i
tending exhibitors from M inrn 1
Pacule Coast, and promise :: r; 1
ly-owning . to . band of nrr-. -dogs
from the North, boo 1 .
Ia fact, the prospects ecu i t m t 1
promlKlng for one of the
ings of renowned canir.le.4 h i
mirers that has ever tuxuti
The Kennel Club U s
of dollars In many v .;
successful competitors, i 1
be enumerated In tno j '
Issued In a fw ri.iv .
tain all necesiwiry Injoro. : oi
ing exhibitors. 1 -
awards (riven hy tne .
many valuable, tun uo .
fo rspeclal even'-, tt 1
nated by In- 1 ..U 1 .. ...
11 viler cornjxn.iiL.il.
The cluu hua bee" i -v '
securing the a. .-lee , r
of Ixinoon, to si't I.
1- f ' '