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Has Arrived in Seattle in Charge of
: Creston Men-Will Reach Port
land at H:I0 Tonight. -
(Journal Special Bervlcp.)
SEATTLE,' Aug. 8. The body of &arry
Tracy, the Orfefon convict who' met Mi
doom at the hand of an Eastern Wash
lntfton p038, arrived bare thla morning at
U o'clock In charge of Constable C. A.
Straub, Bmlth and Dr. Lanter, three of
the men who participated in the closing
fight of his turbulent career.
When the train arrived at the depot a
largo crowd had gathered hoping to have
a view of the body but their curiosity
was doomed to disappointment, tbe cof
fin being at once sealed up in the freight
sheds. No one was allowed to see the re
mains, which are said to have been al
Attorney General Knox Figures in a
(Scrlpps-lfc'Rae News Association.)
NEW YORK, Aug. 8. Atorney General
Knox, upon whom an attack was made
by three wealthy Pennsylvanlans in an
Atlantic City hotel on Wednesday, thla
morning told the story of the affair,
which he characterized as shameful. "It
was In a garden ho'tel," said Knox. "I
went there with four lady friends, and
while dining three men came in and sat
at a nearby table. One I recognized as
C harles T. Schoen. of Pittsburg, The
others I don't know. The party was
boisterous and used rough and Insult
lng language. The waiters did their best
to siiewsg .:!iMttal,.iiit.ctiaeJbttt'..
the noise Increased and the language be
came Vulgar until I escorted my friends
from the room and returned and,, re
proved the men for their lack of com
mon decency. Finally one of the .party
lunged at me w.Uh, hla fist which I
CHEMAWA BOYS WIN
.Have Been Playing a Series of
y Games in Northern Cities. r
The Indian baseball team from the col
lege at Chemawa, near Salem, arrived in
the city last night en route home. The
boys have beeti playing a series of games
On Scorching Days
Wejur white or light-colored gar
ments. 'They do not absorb tbe
beat. Nothing is' cooler and daint
ier than our special make of FLAN
NEL, OXFORD. MADRAS AND
LINEN OUTING SHIRTS. Every
thing appropriate for the seashore
or country. " Call in before you
start on your vacation.
-ONLY GOOD GOODSONLY
MEN'S FURNISHER ami HATTER
f ' A far tlut
WEATHER Fair tonight and
IT Dab1 Tr5riT r torTM weather are those fancy,
MB MySOl 1 Ulllg EMBROIDERED HALF HOSE in
t fetching lace effects; they are in Mack, bhte and red. There are 60
dosens to pick from. Tbey tell readily OUr
at 35c tbe pair. This week We sell . Pa MJY VJ C
- -. . ' . ;
, Anotner shipment just hi of 50c Reversible DERBY and
'' IMPERIAL .TIES. . Jf yow got left on tbe last lot, get in
. : early oa these at 25c
AU our 50c SUMNER UNDERWEAR at 20c and 23c
' . GENTS' FXTRNISHER
F - Bole Agent for tbe
. J , O ) t
most stripped of clothin and hair by
relic hunters east of the mountains.
Both tbe revolvers of the dead man
have, beef, stolen but the famous . 80-30
M71nehefeW rifle which has downed so
many man, has been preserved and will
be presented to Governor Geenof Oregon,
All the way to this" city the coffin con
taining Tracy'a remains has never
left tti eight of the men who hunted htm
pVtfwn to death and they freely express
their determination to hold the corpse
until some agreement as to the reward
bas been arrived at, ,
At S:30 this afternoon the'body leaves
Seattle for Portland where it will arrive
at 11:10 tonight.
dodged, and the bystanders Interfered.
During the argument nothing was said
about trust questions. I am sorry it oc
curred." WAS A DRUNKEN BRAWL.
(Scripps-McRae New Association.)
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Aug. 8-Thls
city UUulklng today of nothing but tuo
fight between Attorney General Knox,
Charles E. Schoen, the millionaire PlUs
burger, and several .others. As the ex
cltement wanes it is seen that the con
troversy was nothing more than a drunk
.Lit. Ji ault -sura JJie tuWeot of .trusts
was a myth. Schoen, before leaving for
'"New "'TOrte this morning saldr "The
story that Knox and I quarroiea over
trusts is Utterly faiso. Tne wora irus
was not mentioned. That's all rot,, am
that's all I'll say on tne subject."
with professional teams In the following
cities: Vancouver, Victoria and Nanai
mo. B. C, Everett, Centralla and Che
halls, Wash. During their two weeks
absence they played seven games, winning
live of them. With Everett and Nanalmo
they broko even.
D. E. Brewer is acctfmpanylng the col
lege team in the capacity of disciplin
arian. The players are Joseph Tbo, Vic
tor Graham, Rolter Regan, 8vm Morris.
Peter Laflumbolse, Ben Neafus, Reuben
Sanders', Edward Davis and Thomas
288 Washington St.
rVJIV. 1 LHnU, Ukt.
JAMISON HAT. i
Saturday; continued warmer,
AND , IIATTKR. '
, Bet., Morrison and TamhlU.
PORTLAND, OBEGON, FBI t)A Y EVENING,
With British Govern
ment Has Not Yet
(Scripps-McRae News Association.)
LONDON, Aug. 8.-In the House of
Commons today Balfour said the Govern
ment had been engaged In negotiations
relating to .the Morgan Atlantic shipping
combination but unfortunately, through
n8 fault of the Government, he was not
yet able to make any statement as to the
probable outcome of the matter,
Desultory Firing Last
Night in Shenandoah
-No One Hurt
(Journal Soeclal Service.)
SHENANDOAH, Pa,. Aug.
The troops were kept busy lsst
night investigating desultory shout
ing In different sections of the city.
General Gobln snys it Is mere dev
iltry, done to annoy the troops.
The labor leader, however, believe
that the shooting, except that In
the Lithuanian district, Is being
done by tools of the operators, who
desire to weaken the cause of the
strikers by keeping up the appear
once of disorder.
Aguinaldo's Captor May Feel the
iSrrlpps-McRae News Association.)
DENVER, Aug. 8. Gen, Funston is
ntfd to his home by an illness said
to be the result of his recent operation
in New York for appendicitis. It Is
feared he may have to submit to the
Unlfe again. '
Disastrous Explosion in
(Scrlpps-McRa News Association.)
VIENNA, Aug. 8. An explosion of nltro
glycerine in n rock quarry at Ststlannla.
near Trieste today killed eight and in
jured 29 workmen.
At carnival headquarters another appli
cation has been received from a couple
who wlahos to be mcrrled on the carnival
wedding Ouy.. Tills makes the second
couple to apply for this honor and it Is
presumed that there are many more in
waiting who will liond in their names in
a few days.
Construction work .Commenced this
morning on the large main arch and will
be hurried through as rapidly aa possi
Mr. Davis, a committeeman, stated this
morning that 4S applications for mem
bership In the Elk Lqdge were opened
iaat evening and; that Utls number to
gether with what has already beer. .re
ceived will make the class too large to
be taken into this lodge at one time. On
thla account it Is proposed to divide the
class, and initiate the first iialf at a
special afternoon session, to be held Au
gust 21, while the second half will notvbe
Initiated until August 28.
In regard to the prospective Queena lit
tle is being said but a'great deal of silent
work is going on.
Central Washington Arid Lands to
. h,- (Journal Special Bemce.)
SEATTLE", ' Xttg. 8.-Englneer Fitch,
of the United States Geological Survey,
announces at Takltna, wsh., that the
government Is now ready to begin pre
liminary work for the construction of a
high . line Irrigation canal la Central
Knox and tne President to Fore
(Scrtpps-McTtae News Association.)
OTSTER BAT, Aug. g Atorney Gen
eral and MraJKnox will be the guests
o( President Roosevelt at lunch this
afternoon. Knox wishes to say goodbye
previous to bis, trip to Europe, and It
It stated that 1 be will also endorse M.
I West for the District of Columbia
commlswionershlp now vacant In his con
versation With the President.
Deserter From the Army
May Be Tried on Two
The man giving the name of Lieutenant
Edgar B. Coffee, who was arrested in
Oakland, OaL, August 4, on a charge of
forgery and passing ficticious checks, en
listed in the army at Seattlo, July 29, as
C. E. Millar, of Wisconsin. He came to
Portland, on July St and reported at the
local recruiting office, who assigned him
te the 17th Infantry at Vancouver Bar
While at the (Portland office he request
ed to be allowed to write some letters.
His request" was granted and while he
sat at a desk he stole some official paper
and envelopes, also transportation blanks
numbers 32G.845 to 326,649, Inclusive.
This morning Captain Mclver, of the
local recruiting) station, received a letter
from Chief of Police Hodgktns, of Oak
land, Gal., detailing the, story of the ar
rest of "Llentynant Corre," and stating
that he had in, his possession four trans
portation blanks, .the -fifth having been
used by him. for transfortatlon fo San
Francisco; also. official blanks and en
velopes. The man is liable to be dealt
with both ty the military authorities aa
a deserter, and' by the police authorities
as a forger- E?,f
Louis Thorns Hanged for a Fiend
(Journal SpeclaJ Service.)
CHICAGO. Aug. 8. -Louis O.
Toombs was hanged at the coun
ty Jail here at 11:30 o'clock this
morning .for the murder In De
cember, 1901, of Carrie Larson.
He met his fate bravely. Thomas
was steward of Ihe steamer
Peerless In Winter quarters, and
had the girl as cook., In accom
plishing his foui purpose ToombB
killed her, then chopped a hole In
the ice, weighted the body and
sank It out of sight. The corpse
was found In January of that year.
BLAZE IN HAYTI
(Scrlpps-MoRae News Association.)
PORT AU PRINCE, Hayt'l, Aug. 8
A (Ire at midnight destroyed 50 houses
here. The; loss will reach $200,000. There
were no casualties.
DRIVES AT AGE OF 102
Mrs. Silliman Won't Yield Reins
to Coachman Till She Has To.
(Journal 8peclal Service.)
BR1DGKPORT. Conn., Aug. 8.-Mrs.
Deborah Silliman, of Easton, reached the
age of 102 years and 6 months today, and
In honor of the occasion she gave a party.
Mrs, Silliman owns a pair of horses,
which she drives frequently. Although
she has a coachman she says she will not
let him drive until she has to.
Every lair Sunday she attends services
in the East Methodist church.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 1,-Wprd has
Just been received from Alfred H.
Brooks, geologist in charge of the work
Of exploration which the United States
geological survey Is conducting In
Alaska, that his party has successfully
crossed the Beluga river. This -party re'
eently landed In Southern Alaska and ex
pects to penetrate the region In the vi
cinity of Mount McKinley . as far as
the Tancna river, whence they will pro
ceed to Circle City and the Forty Mile
district. If the-season Is not too far ad
vanced, or will descend tbe Yukon river,
Of which ths Tancna is the principal trib
utary on ths south, If It la too late to go
further nortn. v . x
AUGUST 8. 1902.
A A Wright Given Im
It is an important promotion from a
hotel clerkship to the manager of a rail
way, yet this transition was accomplish
ed today when General Manager Kinney,
of the Great Central Railway, announced
that Chief Clerk A. A. Wright, of the
Hotel Portland, had accented the position
of manager of the new road and would
take oflicq tomorrow.
Mr Wright has been clerk of the hotel
for nearly nine years and Is known as a
capable, industrious gentleman, whose
executiwTkbility ably fits him -for his new
For several months Mr. Wright's duties
will, be largely office and clerical, as act
upI construction on tljg Great Central has
not been commenced. His successor at
the Hotel Portland will bo N. II. Clark,
chief clerk of the Rainier Grand In Se
attle. Mr. Clark Was also chief clerk of
the West hotel in Minneapolis.
Uncle Sam to Defend
His Alaskan Rights
(Journal Special Service.)
TACOMA, .Aug. 8. The military reser
vation at Haines Mission, In the disputed
Alaskan territory. Is being enlarged by
surveys to six square miles. Indicating
the Govrnment's purpose to maintain a
large garrison there. This Is taken to be
a confirmation of America's design to
resist the attempted territorial encroach
ments of Great Britain in Alaska.
Between America and the Haytien
(Scripps-McRae News Association.)
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8-On Inform-,
tion that the Haytien gunboat comman
der Intenfled to cut the cable between
Cape Haytien and New Tork, the Sec
retary of the Navy has Instructed the
commander of the Machias to protect It
from any act of violence.
A Mile Long Tunnel Is
to Be Built Through
(Journal Special Service.)
TACOMA, Aug. 8. The Cascade
Mountains are to be pierced by
another long railroad tunnel.
Manager Donovan,' of the Belllng
harn Bay & British Columbia
Railroad, which is controlled by
P. B. Cornwall, of . San Francisco,
announces ,Jhat his company will
bore a tunnel under the apex of
Hannlgan Pass Instead of cross
ing the mountain by a switch
back. The tunnel will be over a
mile long and will cost approxi
WANTED TO END LIFE
William Young Stabs Himself With
a Pocket Knife, But Isn't Hurt,
William Young, an O. R. & N. oar
Inspector, who resides near the east end
of the steel bridge, made an attempt to
end his life several days ago by stab
bing himself near the heart with pocket
'He is said to have been .drinking, and
became despondent. He has a family of
nine children. An attempt was made
to hush up the Incident by 'his friends
'At first It was thought that his injury
was serious, and a doctor was called In.
The wound proved to be of a slight
eharacter and did not prevent his going
CHICAGO, Au 8.
t'heat Sic: spot;
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug
fM3; spot, &UV4.
Coronation Visitors Arriving-Some Cafc
met Changes ;?
Edward Vn. Holds an Investure of Orders and Prominent Ones Art
Honored Two Dukes Receive the Order of the Garter
(Scripps-McRae News Association.)
LONDON, Aug. 8.-Prlnce and Princess
Henry of Prussia and Princess Louise of
Battenburg arrived today but there is as
yet no sign of the expected heavy Influx
of visitors for the coronation tomorrow.
The weather Is squally today but sun
shine is predicted for Saturday. The
King Is expected to witness a rehearsal
of the ceremony at Westminster Abbey
THE POPE IS INTERESTED.
(Scrtpps-McRae News Association.)
LONDON. Aug. 8. -The Pope Is greatly
Interested In King Edward's coronation.
Today he sent the following message:
"I si'nd the great King my warmest
greetings. I hope be may long guide his
MINISTRY CHANGES ANNOUNCED.
(Scripps-McRae News Association.)
LONDON, Aug. 8. Three changes of the
MARQUAM GULCH BRIDGES
ARE CLOSED TO TRAFFIC
No Funds to Repair Them and a Gtizen Says
the Loss of the Gambling Reve
nue Caused It
The wagon and foot bridges, on First
and Second streets, spanning M&Vquam
'Juhh, are closed for traffic and there is
no likelihood of their blng opened for
some time to come. They are both lor
catedl In buBy thoroughfares, and the res
idents In that part of ths city and the
traveling public are greatly Inconvenienc
ed. They are very much displeased over
the situation and express' themselves
rather foil? m tti9TmtSStr
The Bridges' are hrneed of Repairs, but
the city authorities -say that they will
have to remain closed Indefinitely, be
cause there are no available funds on
hand to be expended in remedying the
structures. Since the fight has been
made against gambling and 'other vices
the public revenues have been greatly re
duced. City Engineer Elliott is quoted as
caylng: "There la only one way now by
which the bridges sajibe repaired, and
that Is1 by asking for voluntary contribu
tions." "This 13 what the city administration's
boasted respectability policy brings us
to," said a dlBgusted citlxen today. Had
tho gambling revenue not been cut off
the bridges would have besn repaired Im
mediately. The revenue has been stop
ped, but gambling has not. There were
about 200 slot machines which were pay
ing Into the city treasury a monthly rev
enue cf HE each and 15 .Chinese lotteries
were paying at the rate of $100 a month
each. Nearly all the slot machines and
lotteries are still running regardless of
the order to close, and who is getting
tho benefit of It? Of course the slot ma
chines are not using any money In being
Woodard, Clarke (Q. Co.
DO YOUR FEET HURT?
AKINS' COMFORT POWDER
Destroys the odor of perspiration and keeps you cool ain'd tweet
Dust in the armpits, on the clothing and in the shoes, .
Price 20 Cents
' $18.00 values for $12.75 -v
$ 8.00 values for 5.7 . '
$ 5.00 values for. 3.50 k ' v
. Made for us from special designs that tiave ' s
artistic "charm and style. Nothing cheap but
the price. r , '
PBICE EIVE CENTS.
ministry have been announced; Austin
Chamberlain is to be appointed postmas
ter general: H. W. Foster, secretary Ot s
the treasury;'-and Sir George Walrond
chancellor of the Duchy Of Lancaster. 1
TO SUCCRJ3D HICKS-BEACH.
(Scripps-McRae News Association.)
LONDON, Aug. 8. -The Dally Mall says
Secretary of State for Homo Affair :
Ritchie will succeed Sir Michael Kicks
Beach a-s Chancellor of the fetchequer.
THE KING DISTRIBUTES ORDBK3W
(Scripps-McRae News Association.
LONDON, Aug: S.-Klng Edwurd heI4
an Investiture of orders at Buckingham
Palace today. The Dukes of Wellington
and Sutherland received the Order of ths) .
Garter, the Iukes of Roxburgh and Pad-
dlngton the Order of the Thistle, and
Lords Roberts and Kitchener and John
Morley and others the new order ot
operated, but they are using; Its equfvx '
aleht In the form, of paper checks," and
he produced a few of them as fcroof t
what fie said. , ' "
; They were about the also of a small
'milk icket and made of tough check
cardboird. On them was reading matter .
sta tlngy that they are good for their face .
value at a certain bar in, the city- Tho
machines have been ingeniously arranged .
so that they cart be operated by thaao
tickets. They are either good In trade, '
or will bs redeemed by tho original bold
er at par value.. '"' f y . , ' .
'It will require about $1000 to repair that
bridges," pursued tho gentleman, "asad
this sum would have been forthcoming
too quick had not gambling been inter -fered
with. It is all right to abolish
these evils, if the law can be mado ef
fectlve, but it cannot Gamblers and oth
era are now getting big sums of money;
which should go to tho city.
The so-called cleansing of tho NorlS v
End Is another fake. About "tho Only; .
thing that is being done In that lino iB
the driving of the women from the first v
to the second floors. Many of them aro ,
going to the best lodging houses in ths
city and are just as bras en aa overt !
know of some who aro occupying- fin)
apartments on both Morrison and Barents!
Btieets, where their kind was never be
fore known. But this is nothing to mo.
What I want to see is the repair of thoso
bridges, and. many people aro becoming
disgusted by hearing the city ofdclalsl 1
plead poverty when the subject is brought!
to their attention. Why did they throw!
aside this big monthly revenue which Isl .
now going to others?" - ;. :..
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