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THE OREGON DAlLV JOURNAL, PORTLAND, FRIDAT EVENING, " SEPTEMBER ' 23, 1WML
LEWIS AND. CLARK
DAY AT ST. LOUIS
Fcnton Delivers" Stirring
Than -100 Descendants of Explorers Listen
lewis GrandDaaghter Present. : ;
y 111 tmailm B The TibtmI c
' St Lout, Bept M.-Today Umk wu
Celebrated at tb world fair on af th
om Inlereetlng f tb special day, la-
uaneb a ther waa mnwnm la UM
CKercleeo the eUlm af the far wast for a
hearing to Its exposition aosjunemora-
tins Um Lswls en Clark explorations.
Virginia ate celebrated today, but Ita
v partlclpsttoa waa to measure eellpeed
1 t or the exercise ta tb Oregon state
- tutt41n which look Bias at 11 O'clock
' this morning. Om toot waa brought ut
; r-rommenUy and haft attracted Um attea
; tion of St. Lout reoideata, which la
that tola Is the Mtk Malwmrr f tart
v return of the explorers to this ity.
On too platform was Mrs. Carolyn
Deuglea, seed 7S pears, tha grand-
V daughter of Lewie, who. with Clark.
explored th northwest territory. She
v-. earn to at. Louis frost Nashville, Tana.
oo a flying trip to psrtlelpata to tbs
Lewis end Clark 'day excretaes. She
c only learned at o'clock Thursday area
' Ing that Uts osiobrsUoa had boom Sasd
Tas aged wossap waa presented with
a beautiful bowauet of rosss by Cot
H. B. Dowh. d l root or of exhibit, of Um
Lewis and Clark oxpooltioo b be held
as Portland aext year.
About IM persona, 1M of wheal ars
ttosoondants of Um two famous sxplor
- r ars, attsndod Uio exercises.
Tho load In featar of Uio sxseclses
" "hch woro partlclpatod la by Prostdont
Francis and ssvoral ottaor aotsblos was
tbs addrsso by WUliaai TX ronton.
prtHBinant attorn ay froai Portland, who
aavo aa sxhaustlya and axcopoonaUy
. , ntartalnlns; rovtow of tha sxploratlon
which lod to Um dlsooTSir of frogon
and tho subsoquont battls for Ita lifhU
; which has lod that stats to such s prota-
tnoat poalUoa. - . , , , , m
This treat territory lylnt wsot Of
tho Mlaalsatppl." said tho spsskor, and
' Mtsndlna' from lfexioa on tho south to
tho British North AsMiisa wpoa tho
aorta sad to Behrtaa; soa tn tha far
Borthwoot. Is as yot to Its Infancy. Tho
people of tho Orsffon country to' par
ticular, and comprising that -portion of
tho United fltatos within Uts limits of
tho states of Oregon, Washington, Idaho
and parts of Montana and Wyoming,
haw undertaken to oommomorata the
great Lewis and Clark expedition by Um
oxposltloa at Portland sod to Invito
the world to parOolsats to aa aahlhltlOB
- of tho acta. Industries asm products of
. Modern clvlltsatloa,
'Ths soope and extent of this enter-
i prise must neossaartly fall far below Um
great world's exposition which bow so
. - fitly celebrates ths aosulsltlon of Louls-
- tana territory but In point of eomplste-
- nose, to ths extent end richness of Its
i vxhlbtts. la the sttrsctlvsneos and wealth
. . of .natural prod action, to the soope and
extent of Its territory, to the courage
.'I and helpfulness of its people and to the
. amount of money la proportion to pop
wlstloa to be Invested, this exposition
will be a credit to our people and well
worthy the support and patronage of all
!; the states and territories aad of all ths
foreiga 'oTsrnmsnU thai ca partlci-
"NitursJIy todulry will ha made, what
- has been done up to data toward this
great enterprise, and what are the pros-
poets of Its oomplete sucoeesT Lot the
, record apeak for Itself. i
Amownts of money vwstd by states,
fcre as follows:
Oregon, for gsneral stats ' exhibit
4M.oo; Oregon, for Lewis and Clark
Memorial building, l.oao.
- For general sUte sxhlbtto there have
fcsen made the following apgroprlstlons:
CaUfornla. MO.OSO; Montana, I1MM;
Idaho. Iie.ssg: Utah, tlO.Mfti Missouri.
l.tOt; Washington lt,: Wyoming,
le.eee; Mevada, lls,ss; North Dakota.
S10.O09; Minnesota, 1 1 Artsona.
tlt.ftOO; Virginia. tie.eoe: New Jork.
HMMl Msasanhmotts. 1I,M0; ft total
Of 6,vs, ,
After reviewing ths objects of thS sk
pssltloa Mr. ronton saidi
'. The population within t9 wHlea of
the ctty of Portland la l.tO.WO; within
lot mUes la l.Mt.OOS. and approximately
there Ig ths same population within a
radios of to and 10 mile of ftan
"NotwlthstandlBa' tiis Pactrto ooeaa
Ilea west of the city of Portland, only
mllss distant thus catting off the
possibility of settlement and population,
there ars mors people within 109 nlles
of tha city of Portland than within 10
antics of tbs city of Denver. Ths dis
tance across the Pacific ooeaa ts
GUN PLAY FOLLOWS
A sensatlonaj encounter la said to
have taken place between Policeman Mil
lard P. Bless and Frank Doles, mem
bers of ths first relief, this morning.
- after they had reported off duty at the
Central stalls. It ended la a gaa plax
Stow putting Detaa to flight It all
happened at Second and Washington
B tracts, hi front of th Labbe building,
where Sloan lives. Th quarrel is sot
settled yet Charges will probably be
filed before ths poMcs cmmlseionra
Dolaa waa reported to Chief Hunt by
Sloan as having been too long a time In
ft sorts to saloon. It IS said, and was rep
rimanded by his superior officer.
Smarting ander the warpet call." h set
about to ascertain who "tipped' the
natter ts th ehtsf. Ha found that
Bteaa was tbs man, and followed hiss.
WILL CARRY GRAIN
v TO FOREIGN PORTS
After a stay of severs atooths to this
port ths Oarmaa afalp Emilia was shar
tered at I o'clock this afternoon to load
grata for the United Kingdom, ghs
wss chartered by Kerf, eifrord Co.,
the rate being 7 shillings and rtxpene.
The Emit to arrived la Portland oa July
a with a general cargo. She is la oom
v tosnd af CsptsUi Wilms.
Tea mlnuiss after the Em Ills had been
chartered UM Preach bark David d'An
giers ws taken by Oirvla Byre to
load grain at Tacoma. This cargo win
be shipped to the United Kingdom, and
the charter rat waa Its sd.
It hi aa sec ted thst both vessals win
aegta loading wtthla ths next few days.
Roth received th rates thst wer mad
last summer by the shipowners' onwiblna,
3 a Tacoma rate n la Id tower tbA th
CUed Cor Portlaaa,
Address While More
oral '1a segments of - tha clrsumfereaos
of tha globs, b wasts of watsra sight to
js thousand mUea wide, end yot our
merchant ships pass bstwoen ports of
tha Pacific eoast and tbs orient with
Um freedom and frequency 'of a rlvsr
(earner to Its passage of 10 ml
aaoB any great rlvsr.
"Across tha Pacific Ilea the future
trade of the Ualtod atatss. In this vast
region of Um orient are MO.tofl.oo peo
ple who bar and soil tl.0.m,QO worth
of oommodlthM overy yoar.
"Their trade Is the pfiss af tha bmsV
ara world. The great war between Rus
sia, and Japan is struggle for com
merce end lorrttery. The destiny of aa
tkma points ts tbs orient. If Americans
do oot parous that destiny other natlotui
will, and ws of too Pacific eoast soa
fldcwt of the future assert that the
gateways to the orient must open and
dose upon our toreehold, ,
"These ma torts! Interests' appeal to
the sober and thoughtful man, to the
nhitoeophle statesman, and to the far
seeing student of aoonomlcs. For others
there is Uts attractloa of oUmate, seen-
ery and freedom from the congested
population of tho great antes of tbs
world. West of ths Rooky mountains
ars located Tosemlts. Yellowstone, Pugot
Bound, tho Columbia river, British Co
lumbia. Alaska, Crater lake, ths grand
canyon of the Colorado, gait Lake, the
awignifloent mountains of Montana gad
ny other wonderful natural attrac
tions; yot oar people annually fret the
soil of Europe and spend millions saoa
year to visit ths old world.
-Mr. 0sward, speaking of ths posst-
Mlltles of this groat country, said that
ths commerce, politics, thought and so
Title of Europe wlU ultimately sink
la Importance, while tha Pacific, Its
shores. Its lslsnds, and the vast regions
beyond will become the chief theatre of
events to tho world's great hereafter.'"
Referring to westcra Btonufaoturee
ths speaker said!
"The output of Um 'manufacturer! of
California, Oregon and Washington In
ltOtt wss l4It.tTe.tts, aad California,
has yielded between 1141 and 10 U
t.l7.e7. or about one eighth of ths
total gold production of the world since
ths dmoovery of America by Columbus
to ItvO, Tbs eUtee lying, west of the
Mississippi rlvsr In lis produced 9.
per sent of tha nation's gold, tt.l per
cent af Its silver, and ltl par ceat of Its
coal. - -
"Tha State of Texas ' With ' 4,0
square miles of wood area Is tbs first
ststa of the Union tn timber, Oregon 18
saoowa, with . squars mUea, Mtn
nesota third, with I1.3O0 square mtlea,
whUs the stat ce of Oregon. Waahlngfon
and California have at least one third
of tha standing timber of the oountryV
"In sjuaatlty of standing Umber Ore
gon leads Um Union with lH.oo.Ofl.es
feet. California eweond with 10.00,os.
SSd foot, and Wasatagtoa third with,
nssrly lft,0d9.O.Aoa feet , -In
an eloquent pero ratios hg slssed aa
"And so to Ilk BmsnBor these torn Il
lustrious Virginians Lewie and Clark-
hare made Immortal tho nam of tha
America traveler and explorer.
"Thaw ware the rararunssrn at thai
gospel of civilisation and conquest thst
has brought a mighty empire under th
away of tha Amcricaa nation.
"They and their descendants have
founded commonwealths whoss reaming
aad busy millions shall be the rich
flower-of aU that Is best to the
"Let as venersts their noble deeds.
and from the abundant wealth of our
resources fittingly eelebrata, next year.
th centenary of American diplomacy.
daring and exploration their memorable
labors which have enriched as aa a na
tion, and made as leaders of th world
In all ths arts of pesos and war." . .
Preaideot Ooode. of tha Lewis and
Clark fair, today sent ths following to
Pie aidant Prase la of the I u I si ens Par
"Oa this, um nth anniversary of ths
return to t Louis of our first overload
explorers, Um Lewis and Chirk con ten
nlal oxposltloa congratulates tha Louisi
ana Purchase exposition as man's great
est achlsvoment. American people may
well bo proud of the mighty west which
has risen to the footsteps of th In
trepid spirits sent by President Jeffer
son to raise Um stars and stripes oa tha
horse of the Pacific."
after being dismissed by Captain Moore
at 1 o'clock this morning-
At Second and Washington nerve ts
Dolan naught up With Sloan, who went
straight to the I .abbe building, where
be lives, and challenged htm to fight It
Is said. Sloan real lied rot th first Urns
thst his brother offloer had learned who
"squealed" on him, and was very much
surprised- Both ars powerful man, the
phrilcal gtanto of th first relief, and
for a mosMBt a battle royal waa to pros
pect Sloan put e. swddeft atop to ths pro
ooediags. Incidentally putting Dolan to
flight by drawing his revolver aad ad
vising Dolaa to "more aa.? . .
Dolan did ao. '
Prior to the saloon trouble. It la said,
Sloan and Dolaa were good friends.
BY TWO MORE CRANKS
Washington. Sept II. Tw orsnks
sttempted ts see President Roosevelt today-
On claimed he was Senator Dick
of Ohio. He proved to b .Charles
Berth, aa Ohio man. '
Th other was Matilda Stewart of
Bath Rouge, la, who said sh came
to so th president regarding trans
portation of negro .eat ton pickers to the
oottoa t leUa. Both were srreeted.
aseelal Pwaetek a The Wal)
Colfax. Wash,, - Sept. u. James
ttrsketiill narrowly ososped aa awful
desth this Bsoralng by getting caught
oa a switch engine pilot He was
'ragged sTsTaj area and both legs
brakea. - w
MANY FOLLOW HIS
REIIAIfiS TO ESI
Ona of th tsrgeet funeral proocs
atons ever wit sees ed to Portland fol
lowed the remains of Henry Wslnhard
thie afternoon from ths family resldsncs
to Hivarview sametery, where th body
laid awap with Impressive oore-
seonlee ooaducted by the Masonic ardor.
AH through tho morning there was a
continuous lino of messengers carrying
floral trios tee to the reoldenee. where
Um flowers woro received by friends of
Um iaraliy and plsoed s round the
ket Two rooms In ths palatial home
were fllled by Um floral offerings Dur
ing too morning many Intimate friend
called to view the remains, and between
the hoars of ll:9 and 1 o'clock ths
asm prlvUega wsa graatod tha giaeral
Tha asfrloe beejaa at o'clock and
were brief and simple. Ths music was
provide by the Arias society and ths
sermon waa ou versa oy um jmt. sonn
Oantsnbsln, an old friend of the de
ceased. The services at th house occu
pied not more than II minutes, and the
long cortege to charge of Funeral Direc
tor Holmaa then mad ita way to the
cemetery. Kvery esrrlsg In ths city
wss to Una. At Rlverrtew the Masonic
rites were followed by a fervent prayer
offered by Mr. Oantsnbsm. .
During ths time of the funeral there
was a general obesrvano of Um request
of th retail liquor daatora that au
liquor houses be closed, and la every
way respeot was ahowa th memory of
Among th numberless floral tributes
t place six feet high from the
brewery employee. Another beautiful
design earn from tha retail liquor deal-
era of in city, wbim aunareoa a par-
sonal mends sent Sowars.
At a meeting of Um Manufacturers
asooclatioa yesterdap tn foUowhig res-
olutlons were adopted:
"Whereas. After a long and well
spent life, Henry Welnhard has been
called from tha busy scenes ox this
"Whereas. la his death tha Maaufao-
tursrs' association of th northwest Is
called upon, to mourn th loss of on of
its oldest ana most nigniy nonorea
members, aa a tribute to his memory.
and In appredattoa of. a strong and
forceful character, a largo-hearted and
true friend. Be It
"Resolved. That tha Manufacturers'
association of ths ndrthweet slnoerejy
mourns with his family, his friends and
his fsUow eltlsone th death of Henry
Weinhard. and rseognlses m Ms passing
away a distinct and grievous loss to
the eommanlty tn which bo had won for
himself as savlsbls plaos through, years
of stsrlliur integrity, rugged, upright
kindly character and vn railing prudsnos
and en tern rise: and be It further
"Resolved. That these resolutions h
spread anon th minute of th si
elation, and that a cony of same be for
warded to tho family of tho deceased,
with expressions of heartfelt sysopathy
for their grief and loss.
ROAD SUPERVISOR r -
HAS NARROW ESCAPE
row escape from death, when hie horss I
aiWI heiavv wan wee a cliff On tha It I
Helens road, aa German town hill, yester-
day. He got out of th buggy Just aa
Um edge of the bank crumbled under
the hMia rH.nt r.mmu.inur T.it. I
nor assisted th road supervisor out Of
Mr ' -
supervisor after some trouble at nar-
row place In th road, when Mr. Bay-1
brook's hers attempted t turn around
utmlB7aBiwJhw) aafslttaaarsTTftttBasT ' awft lflMhla
Seeing that horse and vehicle must to-
vltably go over th cliff, th super
visor leaped, for his Ufa His feet did
not touch th road much sooner than
th t.. tk.
e au ' I
xaoreo, puggr-wnw aaroeeej siosma ssv
tangled la on onfueed bms over
large log. After hard work th horss
was released and found to be uninjured.
What- waa stranger, the buggy waa not
materially damaged. Ths horse
taken home, but the buggy wag aot
hauled out until this morning.
WESTERNER, WITH A
GUN, SAVES PROPERTY,
(Vosrssl BpMtst Sarrlee.I r
New Tors. Scat, SI. A westerner with
a big revolver put tenderloin thieve to 1
rout at an carlv hour this morning and
got back HO.oafl la Jewelry, moetly d la-
mono ornaments, which had been stolen
from him. He registered at ths Holland
house, and when he did ao polled Xma big
bags of gold out of his grip and asked
the clsrk to put them In ths safe.
His Angers, scarf and watch fob s! la
ter, ed with diamonds. He left the hotel
In the evening and did th tenderloin
thoroughly, and returned at I o'clock.
On his arrival at the hotel he discov
ered the loss of his valuables. Hs
promptly got a revolver and started to
find a man and woman whom hs met to
tenderloin resort and whom hs sus
pected. In a very ahort Urns hs re
turned with his property. "I found my
nuvi n rewiaarant m- rOTXT-rilin t
street." said th westerner, -aad ths
sight ot my gua Was enough." Ths
man's nam was not ascertained!
DEATH AND INJURY
: FOLLOW A COLLISION
' ' (sesrsal apsrlsl SsrrW.I
CVmbsrisnd. Md. Sent. U. A wi.
timer Ohio railway frslght train ran
into a ear load of dynamite at North
Hrsneb, sight mile from her, this af
The explosion which followed Mew ap
tower house and eteht men are re
ported as killed and II . In lured. A
special train with physlcMns has gone
to uis seen. Th dynamite was being
oasd In eenetruotioa work aa tha Wa-
PURSUE ASSAILANT -
Oearnal Stisrtet Setvlea.)
Kltsnlng, Pa.. Sept t. Th t-year-
old daughter of Thompson Coulter was
assaulted by aa aaldentlflcd saan thlel
morning while o her way to school.
Ths girl will die.
A peas with bloodhounds to In pur-1
sott, and If captured he will undotthted-
ly meet with summary vengesnos, as th
iuf m uwvaiar arousoo. - l
xmrmaMMw hp m uiunni or erwwam oowvmm n mmmm-
At aUTamwiaw-&OaeVm OmB- HI MAMUW OV WTAW9
tm OUM& I num
FCLICE lk JAF.I
UQVOS TT.T.Bf AJ.T.T
Dramatlo ' waa the boob la Judge
ears' department af ths circuit court
this morning when Attorney Henry &
McGinn secured front Policeman Daa
Connors and peclal Officer R. L, Uen-
tager admissions thst aftsr securlag al
leged evldsnos of a violation of Uts law,
they had Ignored Chief of Polios Hunt
and Imparted Inform tioa to flherlS
Th admissions were made wtth ex
treme reluctance and wsre followed by
number of other - embarrassing ques
tions on th part of Um lawyer, th
tenor of his queries and comments be
ing to establish ths theory that Um two
officers endeavored to "hold up" Henry
Bayard for "hash money aad several
days after they had secured IM from
him, became spprshsnalv lest detec
tion would. follow and reported tha af
fair to th aherlC . .
Attorney Cherles A, Pet rain, as
dated In ths ess with Attorney Mo
Olna, asserted that th defense win at
tempt to show thst Connors and Hen-
inger .forced Bayard ts give them tit
oa penalty of causing; his arrest for
selling liquor without a Hoc nee at his
resort on the' Whits House road. Ac
cording ta Attorney Petraln. Bayard had
only lit and had to borrow Um remain
der of tha money.
The Uro omocrs admitted that they
let Several days elapse after taking the
money before they reported to g he riff
Word, oa ths sight of Jun it. They
took th money, they said, as evidencs.
but afterward became dlasatladed wtth
this evldanoe. Connors also admitted
that he had takoa a drink at Bayard's
plaos some time previously. He failed
to explain satisfactorily Why he had not
mad or caused aa arrest at that Una,
TO PUT ON PLAY
WITHOUT A NAME
Arrangements were completed today
for tbs Initial presentation of Malvla O.
Winetock'a new melodrama to take
place at Cord ray theatre during the
week of October f. It will be produced
by James Keen, who purchased the
play from Uts author.
Mr. Wlnstock originally called th
play "His Last Drink," but that title.
while It Is fitting, can be Improved upou.
the author be lie sea, and he la going to
give the public a chance to select a dif
ferent title,' Th melodrama will be ad
vertised as fb unnamed play until after
Its presentation and aftsr It ha been
seen, anybody may euggeet ft title for It
Tho oas who suggests tha best Bam
111 reeetvs prise of II. - Th dra
matic editors of Portland's three dally
papers will be asked to officials as
judges of th titles suggested.
Ths sntlre production will be built
la thai city.
rcci iFn Fnp m i v
tpon Ths-a dries of Mnnlclpal Judge
HOgU UISTg STOa U1SOB tniB artrnoOB
tau,o fa ootnmltmont for Ouy
!. ,or who'" "f" warrant was
trvi J. immuwa- Ma wm a isrga
Chief Hunt and City Attorney MoNary
""f'J wovbbibbw dm vce waueu
ln tn "rt arrest and conviction, but
Ith records shew on waa issued. It
haen lost, and It was thought best
thing was IsgaL
Kelly Is wanted by Judge. Bo gua and
(uu Willi J .1 w nrw ivr II"
grsncy. He "esc peer from th city
jail after serving three dare, waa ro
irrww win vm awv lavaa W
MAULS LLOYD BINGHAM
New York. Sept 11. Tb Malta la
busy talking today of a fight at the
Lambs' dub. ta which Llovd Blnabam.
the huaband of Amelia 'Bingham, th
ao tress, aftsr throwing a stoee of whis
key in ths face of Jamsa Klveraon of
Philadelphia, waa thoroughly thrashed
by Klverson. Tho men cam to blows
Just outeld th club. Bom onlookers
la Bmgbam's behalf
and hs was helped tote a cab and sent
home. aUvereon Is ft weU-knowa pub
THREE MEN KILLE
IN SCAFFOLD'S FALL
7cersl laerlal Serrlea.y
SUoaa Springs, Ark., Sept. It. While
loo mea were working yesterday on the
scaffolding around tha new bridge pier
being built over ths Orand river near
Orova. I. Tn-ft Urge portion of th struo
tur gave way, killing Thomas Brown-
- Jf to oth-Ta
and tnlurtng It other.
Three of th injured may not survive.
The dead and injured were taken to
Grove. . ...-.
lack Myers, ft eon of th 1st John
Mysra, ss -chief sf nolle of Portland,
waa arrested today by Deputy Sheriff
Orsasl on a warrant from Columbia
oountr, charging him with passing a
worthless check. Th warrant has been
In the hands of the sheriff for several
weeke but had not been served for ths
reason thst sly era has been out of We
city. Ob hie return today ha waa plsoed
Alleging thst Maud Oraol deserted
him and entered a disorderly bouss.
George Oraol filed sutt for ft divorce In
th circuit court this morning through
ths law firm af Oantenbeln Vsasla.
Ha dsslrss th cue tody of tw minor
children. The marriage took slsos tn
this otty January Is, lttt, and ths de
sertion alleged February t, !. . .
toeeetal Msaatah s Tea Jesnsil.1
tysos, idsh. Sept. M. William Ds
ns rt a. a miner, who disappeared la June,
is still mlaalng. ,Hlc oahln furnishings
are in place and nothing la missing, not
van s sua 'which he usuallv earrled.
jSle had sobw mnaty aad foul play g
FOR SATURDAY'S ; S2LLI?,' G
TO SATURDAY CHOPPERS
We hive a sample line of Misses' Jackets'
that eclipse any line ever offered in this
,: city colors gray, tan, brown and hew
j mixtUrca, ahort length military c'olltr,,
. deep cuffa, trimmed with braid and but
' tons, with Butcher back and strsp. . Tha
' nobbiest effects, .We Jia them from
fia-50 to , : ' - --'
Mixed goods, made in mannish effect, three-quarter lengths, 60 different styles, with and
without collars, Butcher back with belt The swcllest things of the season .. Q Cf
an entirely new creation. . We have them from 920.00 to as low fts.i...-w
i Silk Petticoats ft
' . : ' - - ' '
We have a swell line of the very best
-Black Taffeta Silk Petticoats, made
round, walking length, with IS-inch
graduated accordeon plaited . flounce,
with ruffle, also dust ruffle. These
skirts are a bargain at some stores at
$5.96 who claim them as f 10, $11 and
$12 skirts. .c Our price, dji ji q
while they last.,., 9w
A butiful Une'of Black gilk Taf fet
Petticoats, with! ' a " 4-inch sweep,
deep ruffled flounce, unfinished top;,
worth and sold for $5.00 Our prices
Friday and "- . t 1?
Saturday, : , ,
COMPANY HAS NOW
POWER TO MM
v. a. wxxjooz aa nam.
So far as Its legal etatus 1 onorod.
th Portland Open Air Sanatorium, for
Consumptives Is now aft ftooompluibed
fact. Artlclss of Incorporation were
filed with County Clerk Prank S. Plaids
this morning by A. I MlUe, T. B, Wll
ook, C B. ft Wood and IV N. Pletschner.
The purposes of the oorperattoa are sa
Doanoad In tha following clause: j t
T establish hospltols and other In
stitutions for ths treatment and cere of
persons suffering from or three toned
with th disease known as tuberculosis.
In any of Its forms or manifestations.
and to ope rat th asms cither aa char
itable Institutions or for hire or both; to
soqulrs and disseminata knowledge as to
th proper oar and treatment of tuber
culosis and kindred dlaesaea, and to
adopt .such measures as may seem ea
podlem for the purpose of checking tha
spread of such diseases. " ' -
For th aocompllshment of these1 ob
jects the company 1s rested with the
right to acquire property by purchase or
otherwise, to dispose of Its holdings and
do such other things as are neoeosary.
The estimated value of th money and
property owned by th corporation Is
IS.Ivv. Its sources of revenue and in-
otsns will be dues, donations and be
quests from Its members aad ethers.
IpaymeeX to money by such patlenta aa
m-w wuim i ewieiiwi ete ineir uwuviwotora.
and the lnooms to b dsrtved from th
investment of money received to any
manner gives tn ths foregoing.
The officers for ths first rear ars:
President. A. I Mills; vise-president, T.
B. Wlloox; gecrstary. C B. 8. Wood:
treasurer, I. K. plelschner. Thsy will
hold offte until ths third Wednesday ta
September of ltoe, when another elec
tion Is t tsk plaos. Elections will
thereafter take place annually on the
third Wednesday la September.
1 (Special Mesatefe W The aeerssl.)
Colfax, Sept 11. Word has been
received here of the death- of Prank
Com a took In Seattle, formerly of this
elty. He was Well known her. He
wae aged )l year and loaves a young
at&BB OWBBB OO:
(feernal Iseeua Servle.)
Pueblo, Colo., Sept 11. M. Dolly, a'
wealthy resident of Pueblo, end mine
owner of Cripple Creek, committed out
ride this morning by blowing bis brains
nut He wag desDondsnl ever bis wife's
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f 10.00 tQ
INJURY HAY EE CF
- IJearaal ftnarlal BiiiIi 1 ;
Iondon, Sept. Is. At noon today Lady
Curses is still to a erttleal condition and
physicians are in constant attsndanoa.
It la stated that Lady Curson la suffer
ing from a rupture complicated by
pcrttcnltle. if ah suooeee fully passes
ths crisis It will b at toast four months
before she is fully ooavaleaoent, and tb
present illness may possibly - leave
serious and permanent injury.
ta of eenooleneo and 1
qwlry ars being hourly resolved at Wal-
mer eaatle from Intimate friends and
well-wishers of Lady Curson. whose
position as Vicereine of India has pieced
her la on of th most prominent posi
tions avsr occupied . by fta Amsrloan
woman. ,- . - . . . -
fiinat PasmUy Arrhrea
- Awssto HSWft. y
eoraeJ Special ssrvtot.1
Chicago, Sept il.Josph Lelter. Mrs.
Xev c. Lielter, his mother end Miss
Daley Lelter arrived at 1:1 o'clock this
morning after on of th fastest trips
ever mads on a special train from Den
ver. Instead af pro needing direst to
Ixmdo. aa waa at ft ret Intended, they
decided to remain hers and await news
of the condition of Lady CursoB) who la
new ssrtoualy UI to Loadoa,
RACES AT EUGENE
: STOPPED BY RAIN
(Spertal Dsjectf Vm Joe-sal.) '
En gen. Or., Sspt It. Rain prevented
yesterday's and today's raoes at th dis
trict fair, and ths track will be too
heavy to carry out tomorrow's program.
All Is tercet to row centered oa ths ex
hibits and tb programs In th pari lion.
Last night Tom Richardson, president
of th Portland Commercial club, dsllv
ered an mthusiestle add roes before more
than a thousand persona
Today to Bugens aad Pioneer day.
Oovernor Chamberlain ' and Jefferson
Myers arrived this afternoon and will
address tbs gathering tonight. . ,
SpMlal mesatch U The fesrmL) I
Moscow, Tds Sept, Plres sr de
stroying much fins timber owned by th
Potlsch Lumber company. Th bias bj
thought ts hav been started by serse
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AS (IB IT I S BOW SAZB VO BB
an angry at th aoaiBaay. . ,
Tourht cr School
We have 635 ,new, the season'a latest
' creations, in Children's - .Tourist and
School -Coata. Same are made up. in
, military effects, trimmed' in braid and
buttons, butcher back with belt, others
with deep shoulder capes, piped With taf-,
feta or velvet, in short, long, new and up-to-date
lines. All the new goods, solid.,
'and mixed effects; ages t to H years,
' We have placed prices ranging from .
School Dresses '
All colors and styles, many new and'
' novel effects, prettily trimmed and well ;
made, very suitable for school wear. 7
, Every garment new this fall's goods; '
(. ages from 1 to 14 years. These gar
, ments were bought to sell for a fancy ' -
price, but we have decided to move V
them right out and haVe marked them I .
low at the very beginning when they ,
are most needed. - We 'have them for Vf
$6.50, $5.fO, $4.95, $3.75.
$ 3.95. (3.50. $3.00, 7;
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AJBTXOXS VO sWPaWV
(pedal Dtasatrh h The lesrssLy' ' '
awatus, Sept. 11. The ale wheel
steamer Sadie, the, awhapnsr Duxbury
and ths sohooner Lily L. are piled up oa
ths shores of Boring sea. This ts th
advice brought to Seattle by th steamer
Victoria arriving from - Noma Tha
Sadie, when tha Victoria loft Noma, wa
to danger as. If a storm should Arts,
h would be battered to pleoos. The
Duxbury stood a good chanoe of being
ground, -to pleoos to tha surf wall tha -
Lily L. was already a total loss.
Th Sadie Ilea on ths beech at Caps
York. She was wrecked oa th after-
aooa of September It, Ths Duxbury to
on ths beach at Nome ftnd the Lily L. la
beached at asuit Caps. Ths members of
all tha ersws reached shore safely to :
Th Sadie waft operated by th North- ;
era Commercial company as a paSeeoger , ,
and frslght boat between Nome, St
Mlohael and points aa far north aa '
Kotssbu sound. There to no cauas as-' -'
signed for bar disaster othsr than ths
master mistook ths depth of the water. .r
-Th extent sf ths damsg to ths Dux- , .
bury was not learned when ths Ylcterl '
sailed. Shs is ft wooden vessel and la '
not believed to be strong enough t -
waathsr a storm la her present position.
Shs Is owned by Bslllngham parties and
want north, with ft cargo for L. H. Gray ,(
S Ca i. i .., -
Th Lily I Is gald to have- son
ashors In a storm.
(tptelal Dupatm The PssrsaL)- ' L v '
Htllaboro, Or4 Sspt II. Ths , semK '
annual reunion of ths Washington '
Couaty Veterans association will be v'
beld st Hlllsboro Thursday, October . !
There will be program consisting of -,
mueld, reel tst lone . and addresses. A -large
nntnber of veterans are expected
to be preeent At this meeting the time
and place for holding ths spring reunion :
Will be fixed. ,. .
BZBS AT SAUst Ajrrx.vm
pcebil Dtopatrs ta The MvraaL)
Can by. Or.. Sect. IS. Samuer
Mathews, aged H years, died yeoterdsv
st ths Salem asylum. His funeral will
teas place at II o'clock, after which ths
body Will be shipped to Saa P render
snd buried besld that sf his wife. He
eaves one daughter, residing at Nea
Psroa, Idaho. . , . 4 . . ...
Por forty yea re
as been ourln
com pis In t
ux. pin la tn aton ioh.
pea novar IJuiwO I go avtfTuuna (
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oiaimed for it