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    THE OREGON DAILY. JOURNAL',. PORTLAND, . THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 31, 1904.
POLICEMEN WORK -
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TAKES RECORD AS
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
Ofi CITY JAIL
If
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KEEP THE PEACE USED AS CAB
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BAUD SEASON
"Yesterday I went to Police Commis
sioner Sig Sichel and compiHlned against
the employment of patrolmen by Chief
of Police Hunt in the repair work at the
city Jail. Mr. Sichel wild he would -in-vestigate,
said George H. Howell, a
member of the executive board, today.
"The fact that patrolmen were being de
tailed to do repair ,work was called to
my attention by a member of the po-Jk-e
force, and upon mailing an inves-
tJISHLlini JL 1IIUDU V W .a .....
"My understanding Is that patrolmen
are to do nothing for the city but patrol
duty; that they pass civil-service exam
inations for that service, and ought not
to be detailed for such work ps carpen
tering. No, I was not -asked by any
Jiibor union or any official representing
one to take the matter up, tout I know
the unions are against the employment
of the officers to do carpentering."
"Two thousand dollars more will fit
the city Jail up in. pretty good shape,"
said Police Commissioner Slg Sichel this
morning, "and I favor asking the coun
cil for this sum. I think we will bring
tliis matter up at the next meeting of
the council. What Is the use of wait
ing, as the money is badly needed right
now?" .
Several weeks ago the council appro
priated 1,000 to be used In, fixing up
the city Jail. Chief Hunt assumed per
sonal charge of this work and the funds.
The money has been used in fixing the
lower part of the Jail. Now it is anld
the upstairs needs much attention. To
get this attention the money is needed.
, "To be candid," said Mr. Sichel, "I do
not think Portland will get a new Jail
for a long time to come. The city Is
growing rapidly. With the present in
rrese of good citliens there also comes
an Increase in the criminal element. The
city Jail should be fixed to accommodate
more persons, -There should be more
ceils placed upstairs. -I am sure that
General Beebe will favor the request to
be made the council for more funds, to
be used for Jail improvements." .
BOY VAGRANTS TO
BE SENT HOME
! Many youthful tears were shed at
this morning's session of the municipal
court.. The boys who were feeling so
badly were John McDonald, Arthur
Stewart, Charles Smith and Edwaid
Murrey. Murrey and Stewart are i i
years old, McDonald is 11 years and
Smith 12. All are from Seattle. Ralph
Emerson and Arthur Spencer, both 14
" years old, were also before Municipal
Judge llogue. All but Spencer were
committed to the Boys', and Girls' Aid
Society. .
- The four little boys from Seattle
were brought to the police station la.t
"tiight by Patrolman IsaackBon. They
hud asked to stay all night at the home
of Mrs. J. M. Nlckurn, near Sellwood,
but she did not have room for so many
' strangers. She informed Captain Moor
of the visitors and Isaackson was sent
' after them. Jimerson and Spencer were
found in a lodging-house near Third and
Kverett streets last night by. Detective
Haw ley. They said that they had re
cently been In both Spokane and Beat-
' tie. It is thought that jthelr home is in
ugnen. .r
Spencer was allowed to go. He s-aid
that he could secure work here. ; Judgn
Hogue informed the boy that if did
not secure employment to report to Mr.
Hawley. The parents of the other five
runaways will be communicated with,
and the boys returned to their homes
as soon as possible. ;
SEEKS TO ENJOIN
STREET IMPROVEMENT
The suit of Rosa Rhose for an in
junction to preventthe county of Mult
nomah and L. R. Webster, as county
Judge, from cutting oft a piece of her
property in order to widen and straighten
a thoroughfare, is on trial today before
Arthur L. Krazer. Judge in department
No. 1 of the state clncuit court. . . She
charges that if the (Course mapped but
is pursued, her house must be moved,
; and she will lose a strip of valuable land
,30 feet wide. Her property Is located
along the river on the road to River-view-
cemetery, in the heart of an up-to-date
residence .'district. The property
'owners in the vicinity agreed to donate
10 feet of land on each side of the road.
ELMER ROTHSCHILD,
DIES IN CINCINNATI
I'rank Kothchlld of this city received
a telegram last evening announcing the
death, at 10 o'clock last night, of his
brother, Elmer, who lives In Cincinnati..'.-
Klmer Rothschild leaves a widow and
four children, the youngest about 10
years of age. About two weeks ago, his
brother Samuel, of this' city," Went eaut
'in response to a telegram.
APPOINTS SUMMERS' SUCCESSOR,
. (Journal Bixrclal Bertie.)
Washington, March 31. President
, Roosevelt has decided to appoint
Civilian Baxter of Omaha United States
district attorney of Nebraska, vice Sum
' tiers, who incurred displeasure by the
unfounded attack on- Senator Dietrich in
the matter of postofflce appointments at
HsHtings and elsewhere. .. .
Golden Gate Ccfleo
Do not grind too fine, as
pulverized coffee hai an en
tirely different flavor from
the tame coffee granulated.
J. A. FOLCCR CO, CO.
San Francisco
Importer f Flne Coffee
' Two Oregon Water Power cars col
lided while : running at. fair speed at
8:10 this morning. As a result of the
accident Motorman Stephen Richards of
car 4.1 was injured so seriously by fly
ing glass and the shock, that he was
forced to go home, where he will be
confined for some time, v Motorman L.
Fagg of car No. 44 was slightly bruised
and cut, but is working on his run,
Cars 43 and 44 of the Mount Tabor line
met In the fog, and the collision ..oc
curred above Patterson's. The cause of
the accident has not yet been ascer
tained. It is supposed that the heavy
fog on, the uplands prevented the mo-,
tormen from seeing the danger The
cars were badly damaged, their front
platforms being splintered und crushed
out of shape.
Speeding rapidly toward the city early
this morning, a City & Suburban car on
the East Ankeny-street line suddenly
Jumped the track at Ankeny and Grand
avenue and bumped ' across the street
to the. curb of the sidewalk before the
motorman could bring it - to a halt.
There were 40 passengers aboard the
car at the time. s .,,
One - old man, whose name was not
learned by the conductor, was thrown
violently to the street. His face was
cut, but he hurried away before assist
ance could reach him.
There was wild confusion as the car
lurched forward after leaving the track
and made straight for the curb.' Women
screamed .. -and men began to Jump.
Lunch-boxes were cast aside and the
street was strewn for quite a distance
with lunches. When the car struck the
curb it came to a sudden stop, It was
damaged, slightly. Aside from the old
man, who refused to give his name, none
of the passengers was injured. The
cause of the accident is not known.
ANNA HELD, DRESS,
COLOR AND MUSIC
"Mam'selle Napoleon" is ' a - riot of
color, spectacular stage effects and
vaudeville. It has no resemblance to a
'musical comedy," for a comedy mut
have tomething akin to a plot. But it
Is not too much to ay that the show -is
the best spectacle that has been seen In
Portland for years.
Every artifice of the stage manager s
craft, every recourse of the costumer
that money can buy is used to the best
advantage. The ballets are beautiful in
color and action- there is no discount
ing this feature of the show, v-: They
come in bewildering confusion and In
surfeiting plentitude. The ballet girls
are handsome and agile. Several of
the ballets are worthy of grand opera.
Held is not the whole show. She sings
in a thin,- squeaky voice, wears wonder
ful creations in the way of gowns and
is saucy and piquant, , One is minded
of cream baths when looking on the
Held. And she is clever clever in hr
songs, but more so when she ranges 10
statuesque young beauties In a row, all
Of them a head taller than she, and
dances and sings before them. The con
trast brings Held to the front as nothing
else could.
The house was packed and there were
dozens of recalls. It is a show that
takes; One would never remember the
music of "Mam'selle Napoleon" long
enough to walk across the street-
Joseph W. Herbert as a bogus Christy
girl furnished one act full of solid and
satisfying fun. As a female imperson
ator he's the limit. Little Frans Ebert,
who was the bright star with the Lilli
putians 10 years ago. was not the least
resplendent stellar feature of the show.
The specialties are all good, partlcu
larly the ballet. The engagement closes
tonight '
TA-LE-K A-PA-MI IS
A BLUSHING BRIDE
. i ' (Special IUpatch to The Journal.)
Spokane, Wash., March 31. Ta-Le-Ka-Pa-Mi,
a Lapwal squaw, presented
herself to Deputy County Auditor Bob
Butler yesterday along with her pros
pec live husband, . Bernard Domingo
Sherry, a white man, and by silence
asked for a license to marry.
Robert Henry, a tall, straight Indian,
wearing a dark-red blanket and confess
ing himself an Indian and a man of
education, accompanied the bridal party.
Said her -
"Ta-Le-Ka-Pa-Mi is my sister: Her
name in" English J Louise. It is all
right that she marry this man.','
Mr. Sherry has a name peculiarly
suggestive of what Is rorbftiden to the
wards of the nation. - Deputy Butler,
who is an Elk and claims kinship to na
ture long before the red man ever struck
even the Lapwal country, doubted the
best advantages or the union. He pur
sued the nativity of the prospective
groom further. - "Bernard" was the first
name of the groom, and the fingers of
the license maker stopped with the pen,
Then "Domingo" came from the groom.
Mr. Sherry is a logger on the Snake
river, and 44 years of age, and his
dusky bride admits the blushing age
of 40. They have been living together
down the Snake, and in the turn of the
law's twisting concluded that if they
would be happy ever after and hold on
to what the woman as a ward of the
nation might get, if would be well to
go Into the fold of the whites by observ
ing the' White man's laws regarding
matrimony and the rearing of children.
So they came up here and were married
by Justice Stockcr,
CHAMBES Or COMMEBCB BUZ.LETZH
The first issue of the Chamber .of
Commerce Bulletin In its new magazine
form was published this morning. The
bulletin hereafter will consist of 20
or more pages, bound as a magazine and
dealing with the resources of the state
and the Portland chamber of eommerci.
It will be for general distribution In
the east, but for local subscribers the
subscription price will be 11 t year. In
the first issue the Bulletin published
the address of WV J. Burns on "Oriental
Trade and .Its Relation to the North
west." An interesting article on the
merchant in history is contributed I1
V. yi. Wheelan. Several pages of notes
on the progress of Oregon and the woik
of its commercial bodies are given and
the data of the state and' city, is glvrn
In a new guise; H. F. Davis is In charge
of the publication. All articles are
published by the approval of the sec
retary of the chamber of commerce.
AWOTBOEB BAMX fAIZiUXB.
(Journal Special Berrlce.) .
Boston, March 31. The United Trust
company closed lt doors this morning.
Its capital 1 8 100,000, and 'its deposits
$1,600,000, . It U h state. -institution.
1 he cause of the failure has not been
made public,
(Special Dispatch to The Journal.)
Independence, Or., March S1.-A very
jerceptible rise In the river is being
noticed here as a result of the late raib
and warm weather. The mountains" are
almost impassable and reports are
brought from west and south that the
snow is from -8 to 25 feet in depth In
the mountains. It is the, latest season
that has been known here, and no work
has been done by farmers and hopmen
In their planting and plowing, to speaK
of. The roads are mors cut up in this
county than has been known in its his
tory, and those that heretofore . have
lasted the winter through in excellent
condition are impassable in some places,
The men who operate the river steam
ers, among whom Is Mr. Spong, a man
who has been on the river tor more than
17 years continuously, states that the
stage of continual high water is unpre
cedented to his knowledge. For almost
two months, he states, the water has
been over 8 feet above low water mark,
and that for about one month of this
time it has - been IS feet above. - The
matter has become serious and the
farmers generally are malting; . much
complaint, for they can lock fot no
good weather until after the show has
gone from the mountains. Crops should
at the present 1 time be - planted and
growing, while in reality scarcely any of
the land has been plowed.
Death of W. W. Wffllama. '
W. W. Williams, formerly a city mar
shal at this place and an old-ttnae Demo
crat, died in The Dalles, Sunday. Mr.
Williams also held a term as pontmaster
here under Orover Cleveland, and was
very prominent -in . social and business
circles. The cause of his death war
pneumonia. ' He waa 58 years of age and
brother of w, E. Williams or Airiee,
in this county, who is a well-to-do and
successful farmer. Mr. Williams left a
widow, one son and a daughter, now
Mrs. D. V. Poling, all of The Dalles.
East era Stars Assemble.
A large attendance of Eastern Star
members attended the meeting of the
O. K. S. at Dallas last night. The oc
casion was a special program, In which
the Dallas lodge entertained. An ex
cellent supper was served and the Inde
pendence motor was used for the oc
casion to transport the crowd.
The annual meeting of the members
of the Presbyterian church held here
this week waa well attended and the
newly elected officers are. as follows:
Rev. E. J. Thompson, pastor of the
Presbyterian church, as moderator; Wil
liam Riddell of Monmouth and W. a.
Sharman of this place were elected as
elders; Thomas Pomeroy and C. W.
Butler, were elected deacons; A. A.
Scroggs, treasurer, and O. D. Butler,
trustee.
The Presbyterians,.-declded at this
meeting to make a' number of desired
improvements on the church property
as soon as the spring season- opens.
The meeting was furnished excellent
music by the young people, under the
supervision of Mrs, Babbitt, and a sub
stantial, supper was served after the
business of -.the meeting was. concluded.
Mrs." J", vj' Meeker, mother of Mrs.
W. Huntley of this city, died at Puy
allup, Wa.-h., Sunday. Mrs. Meeker was
well known here and had many friends.
The dead woman was over 70 years of
age. Mr. Meeker was a few years ago
one of the leading hopgrowers of Oregon
and .Washington.
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OF GREAT
DEPTH AT MINES
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(Special Dlapatch to The Journal.)
Eugene, Or., March II. L. Zlmraer
man of Portland, president of the Lucky
Boy Mining company; L. M. Sullivan
and Peter Grant, all of Portland, were
in Eugene yesterday on their way- home
from the Blue River mines, where they
have been for t he past few days. They
report that work at the mines is com
pletely tied up at present on account of
the deep snow which has fallen during
the past week, wnen the party left the
mines the snow . was 12 feet deep on
the level, and much deeper than that on
the mountain tops.
The new SB-stamp quarts hi 111 at the
Lucky Boy mine is completed and ready
for operation, only awaiting the melting
of the snow so that the men can get
arouna. -
Colonel Hof er Will Speak.
Col. E. Hofer, editor of the Salem
Dally Journal, will address the atudeuu
of the University of Oregon, April 6,
His subject will be "Oratory.". Mr.
Hofer announces - that he . expects to
discuss college, pulpit and political ora
tory from an -original standpoint- ; The
colonel is popular with the students, and
his address is looked forward to. with
more than the ordinary interest.
Pastor Beslgns.
Rev. Charles IV Woodarfl has ".' re
signed the pastorate of the First Pres
byterian church of Eugene and has left
with his family for Oakland, Or., where
he has been engaged to preach for the
Presbyterian church. A meeting of the
official board of the local church will be
held In a few days to act upon the mat
ter of securing a new pastor.
NOTICE. The Bug en arenrr of Tht or.
fon Hall Journal la at the bookstore, of Alien
I. Eaton, where subscriptions to go by mall
oi carrier will be received.
BOXCAB TB3BTES ABBESTED.
(Journal Special Berrlre.)
Arlington Or,, March SI. Three sus
pected boxcar-rustlers were arrested
early this - morning by Marshal Swee
teux. . They had in their possession 16
pairs of shoes, two pairs blankets and
other valuable articles. Section Fore
man Brumbaugh rendered valuable as
1 stance in the capture.
The bulk of tea and coffee
and everything else is trash
Schilling's Best are both lux
ury and economy. , .
Moneyback. '
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CORVALLIS TO HAVE
INDEPENDENT LINE
(Special Dispatch to The Journal.)
Corvallis, Or., March 81. Forty-two
shares of the required 60, of stock in
the new Independent telephone line for
Corvallis, have been subscribed. Only a
short ' time was spent in the .canvass.
The offer of the Kansas City company,
represented by Mr. DeVarney, was given
the preference among the propositions
submitted at the meeting of stockhold
ers Friday evening.
"' Short Itoriea of Interest.
Nine hundred copies of the Benton
County School Journal were published
this month. The Journal is a 12-page
paper, edited by Superintendent Den
man in the Interest of the schools of
Benton county, six pages being devoted
to school news, and the balance contain
ing matter for pupils and teachers.
The annual county institute for Ben
ton county is to be held in Corvallis
May 18, 19, 20. New features provided
for the coming sessions are a musical
evening, to be provided by Professor
Ruthyn Turney, of O. A. C, and an
evening devoted to an elocutionary re
cital, to be under the direction of
George L. Paul.
BrUflats About People.
Miss Anna Thompson Is a business
visitor in Portland this week.
L. Hollenberg and family are expected
to arrive Monday from Stuttgart, Ark.,
to reside hereafter In Benton. ,
A dancing party, to be given by the
Coffee club, Is scheduled to occur at
the city hall Saturday evening next.
James Flett leaves this week for his
Chittlm ranch on Five Rivers.
Miss Jessie Flnley of Coulton, is the
guest .of Professor and Mrs. CovelL
Miss Flnley is an alumnus of O. A. C
H. Zophar Tharp left yesterday for
his home at Bellevue, Yamhill county,
He will return to O. A. C. in time for
the opening of school.
Miss Emma Benson of .Portland la
visiting Corvallis friends this week.
Mr. Israel and daughter have arrived
from southern, California and are
guests at the H. M. Fleming home.
A "Parents' Meeting," to be conducted
by Superintendent O. W. Denman, is to
be held at Dusty, Benton county, a week
from Friday. It will contlnue'over Sat
urday and a program of, unusual merit
has been prepared for the occasion.
Act of Vandalism.
Dunn & Thatcher this morning dis
covered that soma miscreant had girdled
a beautiful tree which stands In front of
tneir store ana wnicn nas long Deen re
garded with some pride by many resi
dents of this city. A reward of $25 was
at, once offered for Information leading
to the, arrest of the person or persons
who committed the act of vandalism.
The city Is filled today with stranger
and. the streets are in an unusual state
of excitement due to the Republican con
vention which Is to be held this after
noon.
KOTICI. The Corvallis acencT of Tha (to.
(on Dallr Journal la located at ttraham eV Wort
hira'a drug eture, where aubecrlptlona to The
umj, nenu-weeniy sou neeaij journal will
be takent -
LLBWBLIH . FRITC1IARD, Agent.
STEW WOODKBir BUXXBXVa.
(Special Dlapatch to The JonrnaL)
North Yamhill. March 81. The Wood
men of the World camp held an enthus
iastic meeting here last night State
Organizer George K, Rogers was pres
ent and started the ball rolling-for a
W. O. W. building in this city. : In a
few minutes over $500 was pledged and
it is -certain that the matter will be
sgreesively, pushed, and. tb building
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EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
speedily erected. It will be a two-story
structure, with a store below, a tenant
for which has already been secured. -
KOTXCB TO MAJtlNJlBi.
The following notice has been Issued .by
the government: r
Notice Is hereby given that on or about
April 30, 1904, a fixed white light of the
third order, illuminating 21(1 degrees of
the horizon, will be established In the
structure now being completed on the
westerly extremity of Tree Point, east
erly side of the southerly entrance to
Kevlllaglgedo channel, and about 4 miles
to the northward and westward of Cape
Fox.
The focal plane of the light will be 8614
feet above the water, and 66H feet above
the base of the tower, and the light will
be visible .18 miles In clear weather the
eye of the observer 15 feet above the sea.
The light will not be visible to the east
ward of W. N. W. W; and S. .E. 2-4 E..
tourings from seaward. ,
On the same date there will be estab
lished In the structure a Da boll trumpet.
operated by compressed air, to sound,
during thick ; or foggy weather, blasts
of 3 seconds' duration separated by silent
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Intervals of 27 seconds. The ' structure
consists of an octagonal 1-story fog sig
nal building with pyramidal roof sur
mounted by an octagonal tower support
ing ths lantern. The building is white
with brown roof; the tower Is white, and
the lantern gray with black roof.
Two ollhouses, white with brown roofs,
are located 60 and 100 feet easterly from
the" signal building. - -
On the same date the temporary fixed
white lens-lantern light wilt be perma
nently discontinued. 1
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i la lntereaicd and should know
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TUSCAN
MINERAL SPRINGS
OPEN THE TEAR HOUND.
Tuscan Mineral Springs Corp.
For the purpose of building an elec
trio railroad from Red Blulf, Cat., to
Tuscan Springs and make other im
provements, offer for sale 100,000 shares
of treasury stock at $1.00 per share.
To purchasers of 100 or more shares of
stock we will give one-half rates at
Hotel Tuscan 80 days a year for five
consecutive years, we will -guarantee
the stock to pay S per cent the first and
second year and 6 per cent per year
after the second year. The stock will
be sold for cash or on Installments.,.,
For further particulars address
TUSCAN MINERAL SPRINGS CORP
Tuscan, Cal.i or ' i "
ALEX SWEEK :'
600 Chamber of Commerce, Portland, Or.
Tuscan Tooth Powder ............ ROo
Tuscan Catarrh and Smtoach Salt, f03
Tuscan Metal Polish 25o
-1 a a v. 1 IV n , a .. . . n
, The best jn the world. v
The Lutke Mfg. Co.
Successor to ; -
R, LUTKE & CO.
Manufacturers of Every Description of
Show Cases
JEWELERS' AND DRUGGISTS' WALL
CASES AND BANK FIXTURES.
140-143 H. SIXTH ST., VOSTZUkirO, OB.
803-908 rirst Ave-, South, Seattle, Wash.
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1 he larjcest and most complete un
dertaklng establishment on theCoast.
F.'S. Dunnlns, Inc., 414 East Alder,
corner Cast Sixth. Both phones.
Calls promptly answered to any part
of the city,' - . , .
HENRY W E INII ARD
, Proprietor ot tht
City Brewery
:. : barges and Most Complete
Brewery In the Worthwest.
Bottled Beer a Specialty
TILEPHOmS Ho. 73.
Offloe 13th and Surnside Streets,
PORTLAND. OREGON.
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