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the oregon daily Journal. Portland, Wednesday evening, jjjly 20. 1904. '
FIRST EXHIBIT. OF
(African. Lion -and Smallest Horse on "Eartfi
, Arrive Midget Equine Can Ruin - Backwards
; ; "Equally as Well as 'Straight Away' .;
t. . On taj4 tb steamer Kedondo,' which
' 'reached port teat night from Sao Fran
iclaoo. wer th flrat attraction that
'nav,o far arrived for the 1M world'
(fair. - Thar eonalat of a lion captured
' fin the Juntfe of Africa eereral years
Via, nd Uia mallst bora tn the world.
jTb animal batons '-to A. t. Morrison
' (of Los Anrlra who ha decided to re
ImiUa In Portlund until after th fair.
' lAfter he secures a tract of land In Port
Hand near the exposition (rounds Mr.
: Morrison aaya that he will bring- aerth
many other attractions tn the menagerie
line. - .
1 Crouching: In his Iron ca-at thllor
sr dock this morning the king of the
jAfrican junglea roared his disapproval
-1 to all who had the audacity to venture
too near. If visitor persisted in vis w
ang Mm at what he evidently considered
jto be too close a range, th big beast
' 'would spring against the bar and emit
la rumbling sound resembling distant
.thunder. - Trembling with rage he would
exhibit hi dangerous looking fang and
(snarl and bite in Ms effort to make hi
lescape from the little prison In--which
he wa confined. .1 '. -
; While the brute waa worked. up-to
Mgh pitch of aniref, Mr. Morrison placed
hi hand through', the -bar and began to
toy with th lion' main, Immediately
th ferocious brut became a gentle a
a work horse. Nestling his big. shaggy
head against, th extended arm he looked
as Innocent and harmless as a young kit-
tea Mr. Morrison captured the animal
when it waa but four months old and
has fed and fondled It every day smoe
A short time ago the 1rute almost killed
a man .ajL-JUet-Angele who came too
near its ctfge. It has also left Its
mark on several others of an inquiring
But th horse is th on which will
attract th most.aitejrttoniJetB
most astonishing midget of hors flesh.
Ten year old, it stands but 13 Inches
highland weighs -only 73 pound. The
animal wa captured In the wild, of
the South Sea islands and answers . to
th nam of "Uliputlaa." ' Ita.lec are
double jointed and "the midget can turn
them In almost any shape. : Prom the
general appearance of things one would
be led to believe that th little- eayuse
can-'-run about as fast backwards
forward. Otherwise he Is ' perfectly
formed and, has. a tail And man, which
almost sweep, th ground.
DEATH STEPS IN
AND ENDS ROMANCE
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workmen have:1 ;3
Grand Lodge Hembers Disagree Over; the New
Assessment Plan and No -Settlement of
" i ; : the Problem "Is Arranged
There were vehement diacusslbng and
a clash of opposing foroc at today s sea
slon of th twenty-sixth annual meet
Ing of the (rand lodge of th Ancient
Order of United Workmen of the juris
diction of Oregon. - Th discussion took
plaoa during th -consideration of th
proposed amendment to the constitu
tion, , whereby old .member shall be
assessed larger sums, which occupied
the greater part of the - day. and th
clash developed .this... sftenwow when
twooppoBlng faction began a spirited
contest for the election of officer to
J MISS NELLIE BOHKAR.
- Death tended -a romartc that wa to
fcave culminated tn the marriage of K.
LJ. Lambert and Mis Nellie Bohkar of
hi city Th event waa to have taken
gilace August tt, th anniversary of the
froung woman's birth. She died Monday
rnornlng at th home of ber parents, 470
- Five yaia ago ah moved to this city
from,. Fort Madison, la..-It. wa . then
that she met Lambert and th romano
wa begun at that time. Th young
man baa been in th jewelry business in
this city and both are well known her.
Funeral service over the body of the
young woman were held at I o'clock this
afternoon at Dunning A Campion' par
lora'onvthe east side. Burlalwas made
In Lone Fir cemetery. Th deceased
wa th daughter of F. J. Rohlcar.
MAYOR WILLIAMS AS
' 1 Want a Man" la th tltl of a aong
(sung by pretty Ana-ela Pierce of Louis
ville, Ky and so really and truly does
h desire" a maaculln companion that
rh has written all the way to Mayor
Jneorge H. Williams of this city to so
licit nls assistance In securing hua
and. The letter cam with th mall
' this morning, and when the mayor
ppened It the mlsslv wa perused with
gnany a chuckle from th city' execu
tive. The letter 1 a follows:
I "Louisville, Xy.. July 14, 104. Hon
orable MayorDear Sir: Hearing there
r a great many unmarried man In
B'ortland, I would like to secure your
(service. We have a great many fine
rnen her In Kentucky, but I have never
(round my ideal. I want gentleman of
high moral character and of good prin
ciple. He, must be refined and neat In
appearaaett and must be tru to himself
without being selfish.
"In regard to myself, I am It year
of age, beautiful the people say, and try
to be good and true. I have blue gray
yes ana goiaen Drown hair. I am t feet
6 inches Mgh, and weigh 164 pound, but
look to weigh lesa on account of th
compactness of my-tnugclea. I have a
fin figure and am neat and stylish In
appearance, although I am Tny own drees
"Hoping I will be successful through
your assistance and that I shall hear
from your Ideal of what my ideal should
be, I remain yours,
TRAMPS SET FIRE TO
NORTH POWDER JAIL
' La Grande. Or., July to. Th lall at
ptrtrta fowder, 10 miles east of thl
rlty. was set on fir by two hoboes
ronilned .In th jail on a charge of
ragranoy. The fire caught from pipe
hey were smoking and soon caused
reet eo(temit In the town.
A Free Trial Bottle of
sent a receipt of toe to pay
postage. Positively relieves and
t cures Oak or Ivy Poisoning,
5kinbtirn, Prickly Heat, Hives, .
- Bod immediately take the sting .
out of Mosquito Hi tea. A mar
elou remedy for barns, and
will ptwitively prevent blood poi
soning from cuts or abrasions. '
Sold H leading 1rutfgl4. -
geaalo wllbout my sigoataf
UM Pttnoa St. Kw Yark.
M a w m w tt tnmn iu.
DAVIS PAYS VISIT
TO JUDGE PARKER
(Jeonul Speelsl Service.) '
Ksopus, July 20. Henry Oaaaaway
Davis arrived from Etw York at noon
today accompanied by Secretary and Na
tional Committeeman Mack, who came
along primarily because Davis had never,
met Judge Parker and Mack, effected th
The party wa met by. Secretary Mc
Causland and the , judge's son-in-law.
Itev. Charles Mercer Hall, and wa driven
to Rosemont Immediately. Th senator
seemed to b a spry ss a boy of 1.
He I her to dlaous thoroughly with
th Judge th chairmanship situation,
and boior be leave something ilk a
doflnlt plan of campaign will have been
mapped out. . .
Sheehan I not' expected back from
New York until tomorrow and It I said
at Roemont that possible development
of the Informal conference now in prog
ress in th metropolis may keep him
there even longer.
Th fullers tie ram imir tmwOTf tM
Invitation to visit Ksopus along with
Davis U explained by tha argument that
It would be In poor taste for him to do
so as long as he.l a candidate for th
STOmTK DAKOTA SXrVBLkOAsTS.
(Jnaratt Spedsl Smlee.) ' , '
Grand Forks, K. D Julyv30-Th IU-
Th session waa presided over by
Grand Maater Geerg Durham and wa
opened by th report of the committee
on distribution. which- had aggregated
from the annual -report of th grand of
ficers pertain portion to be submitted
to th 'officer of th grand loda and
th supreme representative. In th re
port 01 urana Master -Durham he al
luded to the proposed change from What
is termed, th classified to the level
plan of insurance. Th report said
"Our grand lodge. , with practical
unanimity, declined to adopt th pro
posed - piana believing that w were
strong enough to oontinue business in
definitely on ..the classified plan now
tn force, here. Strenuous effort have
been required to retain our membership
and gain recruits. Thl work has been
prosecuted under much hardship. Many
Pf.OUt member protested against
changes, other bolted at once, and a
feeling of uncertainty and apprehension
paralysed th efforts of many mora It
must be admitted that our death rate
has' been-unprecedented and that our
consequent liabilities have been so large
that w have been unable to meet them
with the promptness which tn th past
ha been our boast.
"We were -notified that 1f we declined
to adopt th proposed plan of the su
preme lodge w would have to assume
and carry th deficiency which had ac
cumulated and 1 constantly accumulat
ing on th class of members over the
ag of fit year. A wk have- In round
number about 1,400 In thia class, it
will be seen that th additional burden
placed upon us In a yea la over $80,000.
This Constitutes a cloud, if not a Hen,
upon every certificate, which will rap
idly Increase as our members graduate
by time. Into the higher ages, when
their payment will not say their cost
Our present plan Is not yielding enough
to psy our current death, lossea ' -
The report caused general excitement.
Delegate . and member rose and de
manded the floor simultaneously. - It
is stated that a majority of th mem--
ber from tb country district and a
number also from Portland are opposed
to th change. Argument on the aub
Ject continued until thl afternoon and
th matter -is still - unsettled. A final
vot will likely be taken tomorrow.
- Before th discussion began th con
stitution of th Oregon Jurisdiction
was amended to conform to that of the
supreme lodge In regard to divorced
wives of members. The amendment
that was adopted 1 as follows: -
"In no instance shall a divorced wife
of a . member be designated - a hi
beneficiary, nor -shall' a divorced wife
of a member remain hla; beneficiary af
"In case a member and. hl wife who
I fc beneficiary be divorced, then th
benefit shall be paid as provided therein
In eases where th designated bene
ficiary is dead."
Th election of officers is being held
this afternoon. In compliance with the
constitution which declare that elec
tion must be held on the second day
of each grand lodge meeting.
It I believed that F. Berchtold, at
present grand foreman, will be pro
moted to th rank of grand master.
Grand Recorder Newton Clark will
likely b re-elected, a wll also R. L.
Durham, grand receiver.
. ' . piaui 01 Kovom.
A axillary Xodf Tote on . Smergency
f - rand.'.
Th second" OayV session of th grand
lodge of th Degree of Honor, an anxll-
llary body to th A. O. TJ. W.
this morning at 9 o'clock.
Supreme Muster Workman William
Karvl of Iowa was present and wa
Introduced. He mad a short speech
in which he commanded the good work
of th lodge. Ill address waa earnest
and hopeful. . .
I'ast Supreme Maater Workman Tat
of Colorado and Past Grand Master Har
were also Introduced and made a few
remark to which Past ,Grand.ChUf
Master Mlsner. responded.
A resolution wa passed providing for
th creation of an emergency fund, .In
lieu of the former' emergency fund, to
conform to- th reserve fund adopted by
the supreme lodge, and money already
paid In to. that fund will b -credited en
th-next emergency assessment on each
Th grand lodge wa invited by Fl
dellty lodge to attend a reception on
Thursday evening. . .
Th afternoon . session convened at
1:10. with the election of officer as th
chief business for th afternoon. -
Th list of those attending are:
Paat Grand Chiefs Kate J. - Touns
Misner, Portland; Julia A. Gauit, Mo-
Mlnnvlue; Maggie Houston, Eugene;
Carrie Hoi man. Salem: Mamie W.
Brlgg, Th Dalle;' Margaret .Barker,
Albany; Olll F. Stephens. Th Dalle:
Minnie Mason. Portland: Margaret HI
Herrin. Ashland: Wllda 8. BelknaD.
Prlnevllle; Laura A. Smith, Baker City.
iJelegates ClJEkJParker Portlands A
I Brock, Morrow; Alio Campbell, Ba
ker City; Emma Smock, Sherwood; Alice
Hall, Marshfield; Mamie Mahon, Junc
tion City; Ida Miller. Junction City;
Maud Brotherton. Mill - City; FannI
Westerdale. Gardiner: Nellie Kuril. Mo
Mlnnvllle; Mona Hendricks, McMlnn
VlUe; Bertha Haney, Jacksonville; Jo
sephine Aesley, Roseburg; Mae Glfford.
Portland;. Julia. Flory rortlamU Frances
Wheeler, Portland; Jennie1 Hembree, La
Fayette; W. H. Norcroes,. Ceittral Point;
Eva M. Bertram. Dayton; Mary E.. Wes
ton, Amity; Villa A. Davey, Salem'; Let
tie Ross, Salem; Cora Bullock. Oswego:
Mara A. Cornell, Grant Pass; Jennie
Qulnton, Portland; Emily K. Sloan, Al
bany; Elisabeth Ltndgren, Albany; S. A.
Gillette, Oregon City.' Julia Driver, The
Dalle; Mary A. Scheasgree, Corvallls;
Addle Hendricks, Carlton; Mary Nelson.
Carlton; Iona B. Splawn, Florence Lis-!
lie Matlock, Heppner; Madeline Gardi
ner, La Grande; Maggie Cartrlght, Har-!
rlsburg; Florence Holt, Gervais: Alice
Kruger, Pendleton: May Johns, Athena-;
Nellie Hodges. Prlnevllle; Maggie Pick
ett, Canyonvllle; Josephine Bourbonals,
Hubbard; Nellie Hlckson, Antelope; Lu
oretla Prather, Hood River; Phoebe God
dard, Tlgardvllle; Anna Owen, Independ
ence; Katie E. Warner, Jefferson; A. R.
Tamlesle, Hllisboro; Mabel Carter, Ash
land; L J. Johnaton, Lyons; Ann Carter,
I Aumsvllle; Mllanda Stamper, '.'Weston;
jnsv,iB. iwmMr, jrraine-;iiy; umma tjoaa,
Dallas; Julia -Springer, Lebanon; Lena
E. Long, Yoncalla; Lucy Wright, Asto
ria; Julia Johnson, Astoria; Ida Wels
houchs, Arlington; Cell Gorflnkle, Mon
tavllla; Delia Dodge, Medford; Linle
Gardner, Portland; Johanna Leach, Port
land; Anna Wynn, Portland; Emma E.
Cyrus, Astoria; Emma Barry, Detroit
Nancy - Brooks, Palmer; France Smith
Bandon; Edyth Hickman, John Day
Jessie Talbert, Clackamas; Maud How
ell, Waldron; Nellie Summers, Klamath
Falls; Llssl Lombard, Eugene; Dol
phlne Goldsmith, Eugene: Nettle Moor.
Gold Hill; E. E. Miller, Drewaey; Mar
garet Eckerson, Canby; -Addle Harvey,
LakeVlew; Anna Nellor, -Lakevlew; May
Snyder, Lakeviaw; Lucreua Shea, Glen-
dale; Nona Donnelly, Shaniko; Emma J,
Barker, Condon; Margaret B. Tabor,
Granite; Alice Humphrey. Woodburn
Eva Keene, Macleay; 1L King Andrews,
Wasco: Mattla Taylor. Grass Valley
Viola Mason,- Salem; Louise Feeney,
Portland; Minnie Easy, Helix; Martha
Russell. Elgin; Mollis Town, Phoenix
Elsie Well. Elkton; Nora A. Kldd. On
tarlo; C E. Wade, Scottaburg; Jane
Murray, Wllsonvllle; Helen Edwards,
Milton: Emma Murphy, St. Paul: Mln
nle J. Forsyth, Newberg: Sarah Jesse,
Aurora; Jessie White, Sell wood; Ella
Graves, Perrydale; . Emma A. Fenton.
Myrtle Point; Frona Cherry, Pilot Rock
Kate E. Supple, Portland; Netta Grover,
Eagle Point; Ida Patterson, North Bend.
BODY OF MRS. EVA
ELLIS IS FOUND
Th bodr c-f Mr. Bra EH1. who dis
appeared from the Portland sanatorium
May 11, wa found floating In th Wil
lamette river at 4 o clock yesterday
afternoon by B. B. Rann, an employe of
tb Jone Lumber, company, on Ma
cadam street. South Portland. ' Coroner
J.- Pi Flnley waa summoned and burled
the body In Lone Fir cemetery a soon
a identification waa mada
Mrs. Ellis wa confined at th sana
torium, where she bad been treated for
a nervous disease, nne naa recoverea
largely from that affliction, but her life
was miserable by cancer of the stom
ach. , To her friend she frequently
stated her deslr to destroy herself, and
on May II ah .left th Institution and
wa not again seen alive by her friends.
Her failure to return - aroused th
fear of th sanatorium officials, who
after waiting four day, notified th po
lice. A eareh wa begun and detec
tive located a hat and a not Identified
as th property of th missing woman
on th river's bank near Jones' mill. - It
wa supposed from th evidence that
she committed suicide by drowning. The
river ' wa dragged and th wood
searched, but to no avail. -
The husband and three children, a boy
and two girls, survive her. Th children
r at th Baby horn In South Port
land. Their father 1 working In a log
ging eamp, in Washington.
publican "state convention assembled
here today and wa called to order by
Chairman Hanna of the state commit
tee. The convention will place In noml
nation a full state ticket. Including a
candidate for 'governor, to be voted for
at the coming state election.
SOTJTK DAKOTA DZXOCBATS.
(Journal Special erTte. V
Aberdeen, S. D., July 20. Th Demo
cratic state convention to nominate a
full stat ticket is In cession her to
day. Th defeat of th Hearst clement
in th national convention at PL Louis
caused considerable confusion if not de
moralisation in the ranks of th party
In South Dakota, where th follower of
the New York editor were In th ascend
anoy, As a consequano considerable
uncertainty prevail as to the action of
the stat convention and nothing is
definitely derided upon a to th can
didates. Andrew E. Le I prominently
mentioned for th gubernatorial nomina
tion. . - .
Always alike Schilling's
Best -and the prices always
alike, at your grocer's.
Moneyback; always alike.
Not i Fad.
" 'A few year ago when amateur photo
graphy had Its Inception and th trav
eler without a hand camera wag
exception, people predicted that It wa
a fad Which would wear , itself out In
a short time. With th passing of years,
however, this doe not seem to be th
Conversing with Mr. Woodard, . of
Woodard,' Clarke tt Co., yesterdny, our
reporter learned that their sales of
Ansco cameras this year are well up
into th thousand mark with a pro'
pert of rapidly growing- business.
The practical uses of photography
are extending every day; fir Insurance
men photograph their risks and life In
surance agents picture their victims.
the prints being turned In with their
reports. Mining expert make . flash
lltfht . picture of under-ground work
ings, timber cruiser photograph th
sections which thsy so laboriously
cover ana me xarmer wno naa -not a
earners capable of taking his stock
ana crops, as well as hi family. I no
Schedule of Steamer T. J. Potter.
-Th seaside-steamer T. 3. Totter will
leave Portland, Ash street dock, for
Astoria and Ilwaco a follow: . "
July II, Thursday, I a. m.
July 11, Friday, tarn. ' v
July tt, Saturday, 1 p. m.
' Get transportation and berth tickets
at O. R. A.N. ticket office, Third and
Washington streets, , . .
HOSE YOUR LA WIS I
We offer our two best brands of Garden llose at special
prices' to, close. . ;
( " WOODLARK" - 8-Ply IJose, a-inch;
regular price $8.00. Special, to '
close ..... . . ......... . . . . . . .$5.98-
4OREGON.--The best and heaviest Hose
1 ever ' made; regular $8.75. Spe-
- , - - -
f UiOU . .
Our Sloee 1 gnaraaieed. araln defect for on yas and la furnished la SO-foot Ungtha, fall measure and ready
to attach to your fauoe. a charge tot delivery. . ... ,
- . Don't Forget Our SPECIAL SALE This Week of :
FAMILY WINES AND LIQUORS
V ; No Imitations Genuine Goods, Only the Best and Purest
Hiram Walker's Canadian Club Quarts.
: (We sell the Oenulne only).....; 98'
Dellemand's Cream Rye, 98
i Old Muskingum Valley. .JL,i,it..$1.15
-McBraycfa CedarTBrook. $1.15
Fisher's - Rye . . . V ...... 98
Fisher's Bourbon . .... ........... . 98 -
Belmont Bourbon .. . . , . . . . . ... .... 87 '
" Guckenheimer Rye ..... . . . , . , , , 98 '
Fisher's Pure Malt............ ..... 98
Brice's Malt 65
Hunter Rye . . ........ ..$1.15
Old Cabinet Blend 65 .
Fine Old Rye or Bourbon, per gal- .
Ion; special ..,..,.83.50
THE FAMOUS CRESTA BLANC A
-- ' WINES.:,
. . Quarts.
Reisling Souvenir ........ .43
. Sauterne Souvenir . . . . . .52
Haute Sauterne Souvenir.. 83
Chateau Yquem ......... ,86
;.f" , ' IMPORTED UQUORS -
: . " . -." ': .. Quarts.'-.;
John Dewar'i Special Liquor. $1.68
- John JDewar'a Special Whisky , . . . 98
' McGregor's Old Highland. ........ .$1.10
James' Watson's Famous Pundee... $1.15 ,T;
California Port Wine. ....... .... . . 25?
"California Sherry vV."..'f ..r.,.V, ; 25f "
Very fine. old Port or. Sherry, per' ; .
gallon . ... ; . . . . . ..... .......... .$1.85
"' ' , ' - Quarts." ' Pints. -.Mumm's
Extra Dry. . . ; .'.$2.08 : $1.53
Pommery Sec . . , . . . . . . . 2.98 .
Grand Imperial Sec...... $1.45 .
Table d'Hote Souvenir. . . . .43
St Juhen' Souvenir. .. . . . .,56
Margaux Souvenir . . . .... .66
Sparkling Burgundy ' . t. . . ; .93
',. ''' ; ' ' v'- ' Quarts.--Martell's
One Star . . . $1.28 'i
Martell's Two Stat. . . . . . . . V. .... $1.47
MartelTs Three Star. $1.68
Lenoir Three Star.........;.".. . I . .$1.23
" Rollins Cognac" . . . ; . . i . .7.777 87.
Fine Blackberry .................. 63
Gordon Gin 98
Schiedam Gin $1.05
Holland Gin 67 '
limirill W g-aacaate th parity and ag of ear liquors. W deliver to aay part of th ity free. Prl-
xeiepaoaei yons oraen.
vat Xxokange XTo. li, with four trunk lln ao delay.
Canadlaa money takea at fall -
WOODARD, CLARKE & CO.
Popular Price Druggists . Fourth and Washington Streets
PUT 0N Y01R THINKING CAP
The Bi Store in the Middle of the Block ,
69-71 THIRD ST., BETWEEN OAK AND PINE
$50 for ah Idea
, On the opening day of our new Boys' and Childrens department, in September, we will
give away free to boys under. 18 years of age,. 100 watches, 60 gold plated and 50 silver
plated. We want a plan to distribute these watches. Lottery schemes or giving them -with
purchase will not be considered. We want a plan that will give every boy an equal.
' opportunity. Send m your plan, If it is the best we will give you $50.00. All sugges
tions or plans must be mailed to reach this store not later, than Wednesday, August 10.
; Names of . winner ;with the plan accepted will appear in evening papers Friday, August 12.
What plan do you suggest? Address, Advertising Manager, The Chicago, 69 and 71
. Third street, Portland, Or. . ' , : V
A BIG SACRIFICE SALE OF:
We have determined to close out our entire stock of
Outing Suits. We have cut the prices. so low that ',
no man con afford to be without a SHIMMER SUIT
For choice 'of a big lot of
YOUTHS' A LL - WOOL
OUTING SUITS ; worth eaajly $7.50.
Q C. MEN'S ALL-WOOL OUT-P-
ING SUITS, more than 20
' styles and colors to select from; cut-from $8.00,
5u.uu ana $iu.uu.
FOR MEN'S "$12.00 i TO K
$15.00 ALL-WOOL' OUT
ING SUITS, 200 to select from; the trrandest bar
gains in the United States. 1 1 .
27 A CZ For choice. of the finest and
" i-C ; best SUMMER SUIT-in the
store ;all colors,' kinds and styles; none reserved.
This includes choice of Crouse & Brandagee and
KHng Bros.' Hand-Tailored Suits, j made to retail
tip to $20.00. - t ' v ' , '
PfirrtH fl If during store alterations and , refitting and
fl Ul ttu ajdic enlarging this store, you can save from one-';
, . quarter to more than one-half on all SUITS.
PANTS, HATS, SHOES AND FURNISHINGS at THE CHICAGO.