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THE -OREGON DAILY; JOURNAL,. IPORTLAND. FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 8, 1904.
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..' Philadelphia. Fa., July . The Junior
. Order or United-American Meclianlos,
which ku been In existence balf cea-
V tury and.has a membership thai uMniU
throughout the entire eountry, la facing
;! critical situation as a result of the
. dissension 1ft lta rank.
There has been trouble la the order tot
' years, bat It tu not until recently that
natters reached an acute stage. The
national convention was- In session at
Minneapolis la June, 1899. when the na
. tlonal council made chances In , the object
or the order. It la said. Many of the mem.
. bers declared that this action waa arbi
trary, and that' the matter-should have
been put to a popular vote. The oouncll
dejclded to establish an Imuran oe branoa.
- and appropriated money from the na-
tlonal council to delray expenses. -
Immediately after the convention a pro
i test came from five states. It waa
, ' Ignored. The Insurgents refused to pay
. ' any more per capita tax. Charges were
preferred against the state council of
.' Pennsylvania, and there was a trial, be-
; fore the Judiciary -board of the national
' body. As Jt, result 'the state eounoll waa
' directed to pay the national tax or for
feit its charter. The tax was peia.
- Then "the'lUSUrgents. representing 'ft
councils, asked the national board to oall
. a special session to settle the differences.
The request was ignored.. The council
' waa threauned with mandamus proceed
ings; and a .call for a meeting for June,
UUO, waa Issued. Seven days before this
, meeting the national - council met In
Philadelphia and decided that any aub-
: ordinate oouncll delinquent In Its per
' eaDlta tax could not be represented In
the state council's session. More trouble
' ensued and the feeling grew very bitten
The subordinate councils insisted upon
" representation, and were arrested and
fined for contempt of court.
In September the act of secession was
officially carried out. and the insurgents
Instituted suit, to determine which aet
. i of of fleers had been regularly elected.- No
decision waa rendered until last month,
when tbe, court declared in favor of the
. offloenrKchoeen by the regulars, and said
' they were entitled to act for the order.
-. This led to the final aplit In the order.
Two weeks ago the insurgents met in
-convention at Reading, and organised
under the name of the Order of Inde
" pendent Americans. The promoters of
'' the Insurgent movement are now plan
r nlng an organisation even greater than
"' that from which . Its members seceded.
There are said to be about 100.000 eeced
i ers from the Junior Order of United
- American Mechanics In New York, New
' ' Jersey, Pennsylvania. Maryland Virginia
and the District of Columbia. A con-
ference has been called to enlist all of
.' -these In the new organisation and later
steps will be taken to extend the mem-
bershlp throughout the country. Tbt
" first national convention of the new
1 order Is to be. held at Altoona la Bep
j tember. ' . .
r; y; ForEstacada Sundays
.The O.'W. P. will make a round trip
rate of (0 cents. Care will leave first
" and Alder at 7:10, :J0, 1:10 and 11:10
a. m. 1:10, 1:10, 1:10. 1:10 and 1:1 p. m.
'Between Portland and Lents ears atop
; - only at Grand avenue, Thirty-fourth
' , street. Jit, Tabor Junotlon, Arleta,
Tlcketa muat be purchased at office
Y'Plrst'and Alder or Hawthorne and
Orand avenues, otherwise local far will
be collected and no-refund made. .
. . :; :
sxoavss uw nwxxusn. -
(Special Dispatch to The JoareaL) - - -'
Coeur d'Alene, Ida July I. Mrs.
William MoClosky attempted suicide by
drowning here yesterday because of the
desertion of her husband, who took all
' her money. She said she could not sup-'
port her children. -
Hanan'i and Boyden's Corona colt; low cuts in all
ular pricea $8.50. .
Hanan'a -riel kid, French and box calf; low cuta; in all styles.
Regular price $6.00. ..... . , ............. 7777.'. ...... . . . . .
. & M.'a vicl kid
5.00 . ..
BETWEEN ALDER AND
(SsecUl Dlspatck te The JoaratL)
Hood River. Or., July $. The David
son Fruit . company has received word
that two cars of Hood River straw
berries were sold la' Massachusetts. One
car la ' reported to have arrived in
good .shape after a journey of more
then 10 days, across the continent In a
refrigerator oar. Tbe . second oar was
longer on tne roao. no report naa peen
received of the condition or the fruit
Tbeee two cars of berries were in
tended for the markets of the middle
west, but on their arrival at Omaha the
near by cities were over supplied with
local berries and ' the ears of .Oregon
berries were sent on to Chloago-Finding
like conditions there the fruit was
forwarded another 1.000 miles to the
New Bngland states. . '
Another . car of Hood River Straw
berries was marketed In Cleveland,
Ohio, June tl. The-ear was delayed
somewhat on route and met with, slow
hale on account' of the home-grown
crop coming In heavy, but tbe quality
of " the fruit was reoorted fine. ''One
eastern market paper reported the stock
"high, evenly colored and a good ship
Pratt Valoas Valts.
At a joint meeting of the directors
Of the Hood' River Fruitgrowers un
ion and the Applegrowers' union yes
terday It waa decided to merge .the
two organlaatlona. This move la In the
Interest of economy la the marketing
of the Hpod River fruits. Tbe Hood
River Fruitgrowers ' union was organ
ised- la 181 and has been successful in
the marketing' of the strawberry crops
since them. The apple business was of
minor Importance Until last summer,
when the apple pnlon was- organised.
By consolidation of the two organlaa
tlona one manager will be paid auffl
elent salary to keep him employed the
whole year through, looking after tbe
marketing or strawberries, apples ana
. ...Plans Mill for Mood River.
Members of the Hood River Com
merclal club have subscribed f 1,000 of
a sum of (4,000, which John r. Aplln
of Cornelius, Or., aska for locating
100-barrel flour mill In Hood River,
Mr. Aplln laid his proposition before
the Commercial club last night, aaylng
he Intended organising a $30,000 cor
poration, and that he wanted the busi
ness men of Hood River to .take 14,000
of stock. The business men are favor
ably Impressed with the project, and
there la every prospect that the bal
ance of the' 14.000 will be raised In a
few days. Mr. Aplln has secured a lo
cation and sidetrack privilege with the
DRUNKEN INDIANS IN
, (RpeeUl trisDateh te The ToaraaL)
Pendleton.' Or July 1. This towa Is
todsy overrun and Its streets thronged
with- drunken Indiana, one of whom
cut his horse badly with a spur.- They
apparently have little difficulty In se
curing whisky and .some criticism Is
heard of Judge Bellinger In removing
the United States deputy marshal on
the score of economy. There Is no in
centive for local officers to do detective
work, so' they assert, as the government
does not even pay the expense of keep
ing prisoners thus captured until they
are sent to Portland for trial.
MOM sTVmTXTOSS MSOUSB.
' v (Inml Speeui terries. t
London, July I. Word was reoeived
here today that It more survivors from
the Norge were picked up and landed at
Thorshaven, Faroe Islands.,
Ever attempted in
and box calf; Blqcher ; low cuts.
Men's Corona patent colt; low cuts; also vici kid and box calf; ff
Blucher cut and straight lace. Regular prices $100 and $3.50. . s-POo Vr.vr.
: Boys veal
sixes from 2 to 6yt.
MAST OTHER BABGAINS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
M08RIS0N. ' "
' Policeman Rowley encountered a brace
of bold young men at Shields' Fane,
Thirteenth and Washington - street a
early yesterday morning, who refused
to hearken to tbe voloe of the law when
Its blue-coated representative ordered
them to open the door. They were be
hind the locked gates, having a delight
ful time, according to those who were
trying to sleep In the neighborhood.
- The nature of the time they were hav
ing has not been divulged by the officer.
He commanded them to .open, and they
refused. , lie .spoke louder and more
threateningly, and they laughed louder
and more boisterously and again told
him to walk around the block for oxer
else.--;" .' ". , '
The officer . unlocked the .gate and
started Inside. He made as much noise
as possible, he said. In openlnglhe gates.
to let them Know he was coming, xney
didn't seem to care much; in fact, they
prepared for his entry. When he pushed
through the entrance one ol the nolo
young men landed a club on the top of
his helmet The new 14 headpiece was
smashed. Then- there followed a free-
for-all, la' which the officer took odds at
two to one on himself. .
Flnelly Rowley opened fire and a bul
let burled Itself In a gaudy painting on
the stsxe. He claims to have fired In
the air to frighten the young men. They
retreated rapidly and escaped by. scaling
the high board fence which surrounds
the park. Rowley made a written report
of the affair, today to hie chief, but re
fuses to discuss It The chief only
laughs when it la mentioned.'
REIGN SOON ENDS
OABBTT A OXOSXS ' TOVOXXOW
WTTXt OBASTD OORTSTTX BATTUS
nr WS30Z rata dodo ajtd sum
WTU JOIJT BAOUBS SCATS TO
QBOTJXDB AS OUXSTS OP XOHOB.
The brief reign of Margaret, queen of
the Federated-Fraternal Mardl Qrae and
Carnival Is fast drawing to a close, for
the carnival ends tomorrow. The festive
season will close tomorrow with a . grand
Illumination, accompanied by a final . con-
flettl battle, in which his majesty. King
Dodo, will be one of tbe .combatants.
Tomorrow "Is King's dsy and this will
also bo tbe occasion of a reunion of all
forces. His majesty, accompanied by
soma of his loyal .subjects, will visit all
the sideshows and will make his fare
well appearance at' tbe Royal Roman
Tonight is Eagles' night and the
grounds will be ' turned- over to about
1,00ft members of the loqai order and
many from outside towns. The visitors
will proceed from their hall to the
grounds at I o'clock. The procession
will be headed by a, brass band.
' Queen Margaret and her royal suite
will be present la honor of the occasion.
The guests of honor at the celebration
tonight wlU be: Judge Joseph Hinkle
of Pendleton, grand state president of
the Eagles, and- Joseph dribble of As
toria lodge No. 17.
The Dutch wedding did not take plaoe
last night as per program, because the
bride did not materialise. She was to
arrive from daston. Or., on the evening
train, but did not appear, so the large
orowd was disappointed.
OXABOB9 WOT STBAUVO MORS.
(SpecUl PUpttch to The losraeL) -Ooldendale,
Waah- July S.T. I Mas
ters was arrested here last evening,
charged with horse-stealing.
Tomorrow (Saturday) w will Inaugurate the Most -
the history of the city. .Bear
styles. Reg- , (1 ' g? ; 4 gj
. POo I O
Regular price (1? J
cau ; . lace ; . extension - soles ;
calf; lace; extension soles;
11 to 2. if 4 X psw
Regular price .:Li ..... J) I .11 O
W. .B. Huntley., tl years of age, a
prominent member of the Seattle legal
profession, who was admitted, to the
Mount Tabor sanatorium on the 4th to
be 'treated for acute suicidal melan
cbolla escaped from that institution In
bis night clothes at t iclock last night.
dnd, despite the most vigilant search of
sanatorium attaches, friends- and the
polioe, had not been found up to late
On the evening of the. 8th, Mr. Hunt
ley waa brought to this city by his
brother, - O. A. Huntley . of Idaho, and
was taken to the Portland sanatorium.
On the following day he was removed
to tbe Mount - Tabor , sanatorium, in
Mount Tabor, four and aj)alf miles
from tne heart or tne city, uunng me
day of the th he seemed resting com'
fortabiy, took some- - nourishment and
slept well that night a
His condition .continued satisfactory
during yesterday and his brother and
the wife of the latter who' have been
stopping at the Portland Sanatorium,
prepared to return to their home in
Idaho today.' It waa believed - -the
stricken man would be well enough to
go dsck to Seattle ana resume nis pro
fessional business in a few days.
During yesterday, Dr. Gillespie, of the
sanatorium, visited him twice and In the
evening Instructed his assistant phys
ician to give Mr. Huntler a wet pack
and some warm mllk Shortly before.!
o'clock a nurse started to carry out
these Instructions. Mr. Huntlev mat by
the nurse and Into the hall, but waa put
back Into the room, and the nurse, be
lieving the patient to be. secure, went
below for tne glass of milk. Appar
ently Mr. Huntley followed the nurse
on tiptoe, .because when the latter looked
around the room door of the patient waa
open ana as was nowhere to be seen.
Because of the warm evening the front
door or the building had been left ooen
and It was supposed he made his escape
through this door. ..; . -, I
In an Instant the household had been
aroused, and employes began beating the
neignooring wood. , Dr. Qlllesple waa
sent for and In turn notified O. A. Hunt
ley of what had happened. The latter
two joined the Ave advance men In the
all night hunt, and were aided by the po
lioe of the city, a general alarm having
been sent out to the police department
All efforts of -the searchers were In
vain, not the slightest clue being found.
mr. inintiey imagined that be waa
not aucoeedlng as well aa ha should In
his business, but as a matter of fact his
last ree, earned a few , days ago,
amounted to nearly f 5,000. ' '
On the 4th Mr. Huntley's dementia
was first noticed to be acute, and on
that day he Jumped Into the bay at Seat
tle, but was rescued. ., :
His brother is continuing the Search
this afternoon. , v V
RUNS BLOCKADE; .
ARRIVES IN PORT
" ... .. '' . '.;- V
(Continued from. Page Ona)
That the captain's fears were well
founded Is shown by the fact that a few
days after he had put to sea the British
steamship- Allanton. which had loaded
coal at the same port, was stopped by a
Russian gunboat The cargo wis ap
propriated and the vessel converted Into
a. government transport
But fortune seemed se favor the Tot
tenham, and ' no enemy with guns
pounoed down upon hen From the time
she left Mojl It was just-21 days until
she steamed Into the harbor at - Port
Los Angeles. ' . ..
A Barrow a scape.
On the outward trip, however, those
on board received a slight scare. . The
steamer wae bound from Puget sound
in mind that our stock consists
I ' :. . I .. . ..... I f
m ai..,k.l witH m. mrfffl. of lumber
in going through the Korean straits' af
ter aara sne sigmea a nn-w.
The battleship was casting its search-
1 1 K. 4 AlmAaf .V.f, A 1 TVT 1 1(1. but fell
short of bringing the Tottenham within
its radius, sresenuy tne ouioip o
appeared, and no other Incident of note
occurred during the remainder of the
TOy . i :
Altbougn strong neaawinae wm ras
ing and there were heavy seas the Tot
..v.. IK. vli mtt the eoast from
Port lioo Angeles In four days and
three hours, averaging amm ma
hour. - . 1
freighters that has been In port for
some time past, ana is moaern uirouin
out. Bhe Is 111.7 feet long, tl feet
v. 1m tl ft Own. and has
a dead-weight carrying capacity of 7,100
tons. . she was ouut in ivuj, m.i piuvk-ton-on-Lees,
Into the government service.. When the
Transvaal war ciosea ine steamer oagan
plying between- Pacific coast porta and
the orient Bhe was In Portland a year
..: - . ' - '.. '
. A list ox ner omcers iojiowb: i, o,
Peters, captain; F. O. Cox, first offloer;
H. Howlrd. second offlcer: T. T. Mulr.
third offlcer; J. Wardman, ; chief en
gineer; J. Farrar. ssoona assistant en
gineer; C. Kennedy, third assistant en
rlneer: E. Livingston, fourth assistant
engineer. Her crew Is made 'up of It
European decKnanas . ana 11 cninese
DR. E. B. M'DAMEL
(pedal DUseteh te The foams!. .
1a Grande, Or, uly 1. The third an
nual meeting of the ' Eastern Oregon
Medical association, held at Hot - Lake
sanatorium yesterday, waa a complete
success The meeting waa well . at
tended and beneficial. The newly elected
cersY follow: President. Dr. E. B.
McDanfeL Baker City; first vtce-Dresl-
dent. Dr. O. W. Cole, Pendleton; second
vice-president. Dr. WlUard Smith, La
Grande, and third vice-president, Dr.
W. J. May, Baker City. . -
of the best merchandise only,
-- 'tihX':. .'
i , i Th Start That
I , I Sam Tot Meaty
- - - -. . .
Ladies' AH Patent Colt or Patent Kid Low Shoes, in Blucher t g P
cut; welted extension or turn soles; In the newest effect Reg- jfl X v
ular prices $3.50.. .. ...... ...... ......... .................. f. 7
' fine, kid, low, cuts, patent tips, welted extension soles.
ir price $3.00..;.. , . .7. . i . ; ..... '
Ladies'.fine kid; turn sole
Regular price $2.50
Ladies' fine dongola, low fcuts, turn ' -4 ' s f
soles, patent leather tips. Good value j) l Ov
; All of our Ladies Lace and Button -
; Shoes, in tan or chocolate, at ONE
. ,"... ;'. : .HALF. Price. , .' ;.
Misses' and Children's kid; low cuts; t -4 Jf
nsfonf tins. .1... frnm t1 v 0! t?r. A I ". . I
ular price $2.00
Misses' and Children's kid; low
patent tips; sizes from V to
D.m.la. e t ' '
.jui.i i.ivu.,,i..,..,,. ,D
AND MANY OTHER BARGAINS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
Time a Useful Household Article
Japanned Dread or Cake Dox
' '(I, inches long. 8
Sfiuare: ananed: extra
with hasp; lettered front; irofl drop. handles.. Here ' f
. Saturday night, between th. hours of 6 to 10, for
: r Only 32c Each :
r; : i-' ' (Worth 85c) :' "'"-v: .;
, Only one to a customer. '. No deliveries. " No tele-"
(''v..' .. ,v ., phone orders taken. " . ,
POWERS FURNITURE CO.
PAPERS FOR SATURDAY
. "trp to TOMPznra." ;
Few people would'admlt that a rat
tling farce-comedy such as "Up to
' Tompklna," - which the Baker theatre
company presedta next week, could con
tain a useful moral, but It does. How
ever, It la not overdrawn, and Is writ
ten merely for' the sake of fun and
laughter. It opens with the matinee
- "TsTJI BVTTBBPUXS..
After sitting through a performance
of Henry Guy Carleton'a 'The Butter
flies," by the-new Baker theatre -company
this week, one is Indelibly Im
pressed with the wholesome, real worth
and true merit of this class o? comedy.
Tlie last three performances are. tonight
and tomorrow. . -
"sb. nrru ain kb. xtdb." ,
Dr. Jekyll and Mr.-Hyde." the most
powerful drama In the English language,
will be offered tonight only at Cordray'a
by Elmer Walters' company of players.
The dual role. In which Richard Mans
field scored his greatest success, will be
enacted . by Mr. P. Q. McLean, whose
splendid work In "Just Struck Town"
has been highly praised. This produc
tion will be notable. Saturday matinee
and night "Just Struck Town" will be
played. Next , week, . "Just Before
' "nr kobocco" mi wsai. -
Next week's great offering at Shields
Park will be the hilarious musical ex
travaganaa sucoess, "In Morocco," which
opens Monday night. Funniest bill of
the season. . Prices, lOo, too and too.
Tonight "The Queen of the Musketeers."
TOBTOBT AT SBXKUr. . ,
"Quein of tba Musketeera,", a most
successful eomlc opera, at Shields'' Park
tonight. The last performance of this
piece win be Sunday night at the Empire
PIGS DBAW OBOWBS.
Bo great Is the desire of Portland
giving you the
oxfords; patent tips; all shapes,
AT THE THEATRES
t m s's's . ......... . . . . . .
149 Third St.
' BETWEEN MORRISON AND ALDER
wide. V, inches high.)
heaw tin cover; fastened
' Street ;
NIGHT SPEaXL ' A
theatre-goers to .see vaudeville's great
est act. Farmer Jones and his educated
pigs, at the Bijou this week.- that extra
performances were given both last night
and the night before. This was done to
accommodate tbe people who clamored
for admission but. wore unable to be ac
commodated at the regular show. . As a
consequence It was 11:10 both ngbts be
fore he last performance olosed.
ABTATSUB BXOBT AT ABOASB.
'Tonight Is amateur night at the Ar
cade, and the patrons of this playhouse
will . see a number of ambitious ama
teurs. But the amateurs are only one
of the many novelties. The surprising
turn of the Fowlers, the premier acro
bats, la another. The .dancing of tbe
three McDonald sisters la yet another.
BBZT WXZK AT TMM STAB. ;
. A matter which has surprised 'the
management of the Star theatre is the
number of box reservations made a week
in advance for theatre parties;' . The
management announces the engagement
of the' marvelous Martens for the next
seven days.- beginning on Monday. ' An
other Innovation will be lS-mlnute dra-u
matlo sketchlet presented by Charles
Kdwla Insley, formerly of the Baker
stock company. supported by the 'Star
theatre stock company. . , -f
SPECIAL' SATURDAY SERVICE.
Prom Portland to the Beach Yla the
A. j a B. B. Beglanlar Sararday,
, 4iy . , ''" i ; .
Thm Portland-Seaside ' Flyer leaves
Union depot, Saturday, July t,' and ev
ery Saturday, thereafter during the sea
son at 1:19 p. m. for Astoria, Qear
hart and Seaside, running through
direct without trsnsfer at Astoria, ar
riving at uearbart at s:o p. m. and
Seaside st :S0 p. m. Saturday special
round-trip excursion tickets between
Portland and all Clatsop and North
Beach points, good for return passage
Sunday evening,- eold for 11.10. Tlcketa
on sals at SeS Alder street and Union
depot. .. ,., ' i. , y
Hives are a terrible torment to the
little folks, and to soma older ones.
Easily cured. . Doan's Ointment never
falls. Instant relief, permanent cure.
At any drug; store, 60 cents.