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- Till! OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING. MAY 23. 18C3.
READY JUNE FIRST
fmaognt Organization FormedJ
"rrln - Best Shape 7 of AH
and - Governor ' Chamberlain --
Selected as Chairman.,
- ARE BEING ARRANGED
BY THE SUPREME COURT
JSeveratStriking Features qf the
; f Exhibit That Will Com.
' mand Admiration..; , ."
Salem; Knights of Pythias Re
t: turn From Visltto Lodge --
3 , ajt Independence. : .
Spertal tMapstca te Tlia Journal)
Salem. Or.,. May it. The first meet-
VfLblro rCk rO r's"" O vv Li-It ;-?:
Superintendent - Frederick R. MeUls
tbe-Oroa.nilaarltxh!blt j rather
tn a One lot of show cases and
nets for the iilth trade, ore that will
be presented to the public -The Individ-
a inilhlnsj In'rit I fry'ths supreme
IPltors "Wliti deslia special ar-
- rng-emente are , given the privilege
of ornamenting their exhlblta In thla
manner, sslt adds rreetly to-the ef-
- fectlvenees of the entire display, and.
coats the state nothing. -,- -r. .
A great pyramid of .'cobalt, copper
and! gold ores from the , standard mine
ls being ereuted, - and thla Is to be
surmounted by a gilded vablnet show
ing the cobalt and copper product In the
several stages of reduction from the
'tim It 1s gathered as a concentrate un
til. i,t becomes a pigment or ultimate
' mineral for, use. ' This will face the
visitor on tils left aa he.entre -the
-duette lh tntlre exhibit.- ?
The miniature of the Bumpter smelter
1 to occupy the southwest corner of
the exhibit space, and will ornament
this section in striking ' maner. Ibis
. will be one of the most Intereatlng fea
tures of the exhibit, and should attract
general attention.-- Glittering concen
trates a r being encased la the columns
nf Uie main building which are set in
the section devoted to Oregon ores, glass
casing confining them and giving to
this work a brilliant aspect.-' j i
The Josephine county mineral 'exhibit
t.wll te In the building to be occupied by
he IgencriLlcaunty colleetton. as the
coiumlaloner from Joaonblne thought It
..would be more effective -to keep every-'
. tning rrom mat county together. Coos
. will have its ooal in the Coos county
bulldlDg. which is nearly . completed.
-Hnm) n th nrlir fnimtui-..y
to have a portion of their minerals kept
-with general county products. -,
It Is apparent that the Oregon exhibit
will be first In-' plsee and little doubt
.aama.3orsmata,4hat- It will be-ready
June 1, r -7 - - ' , . .
NEW ORE CRUSHER HAS -C?r?;.BEN
. I. U. Merrill, at the present time on
nas paieniea a crushins; ma-
. chine for quarts ores, which will prob
ably be exhibited at the fair. He baa
rompleted one of his plants of medium
-ahee.-and lissnveir-tt several tests." at
which he demonstrated that he.oould put
one through ss Ucouldha,puiverlsed,
-"linrtnat the discharge from the mortar
was remarkably- rapid. The prlnclpl
of Mr. Merrill's , machine will be- explained-
later when he putg It.oa exhibi
tion. He says that he has secured both
a stroke and -grinding motion,
- gives the., ttuafafr gspealal Wvaiue -for
-anisiignjaUng- mills-and atnhe same
jlm the spI wUh-.which pulp Is dls
. charged prevents recrusbjng, so that this
plant -win- hm n greet rrv 'a -r'tvten--mtTnt-oreT"-
A machine' of comparatively light
weight, and requiring but a fraction of
the horsepower neccssaty with stamps,
. It is said to have the crushing capacity
of a 10-stamp plant, and the pulp when
Issuing from the mortars is remarkably
uniform-In else. - Much Interest has been
manifested In the machine, which is said
by Several - to embrace , the essentials
of a good -gold ore grinder, and at the
same 1 time does the work in a most
cbiTTtng-of -theate-library board-waajntd.
In the office of the governor at the
capltol yesterday. A permanent organ-
EUREKA COPPER MINE
"('pecUl Dlapatch to'Tb. iosrsaL) "
Eureka, Or.. May tt. Since the an
nunl meeting of the directors of the
Kureka Mining) Smelting & Power com
iany, which waa recently held, every
thing at the mine here la dependent upon
the reports that will be made by the
consulting engineers expected to arrive
fh.M ( afiflursnea At ahnnriant Taiinnltnfl
-for the season's operations. When the
engineers have inspected the property
the plan of the work for the year will
berlaln selected - aa chairman - of Jhe
board, President Campbell of the Uni
versity of Oregon and Professor 3, It,
Ackerman ' werj absent. Mis ' Isora.
librarian of the Portland library, will
act aa temporary aecretary. The secre
tary's salary. is $1,200 a year.. . .
. Thla board. waa created by the last
legislature. - - - '
J. B. Putham was reappointed state
librarian by the supreme court yester
day afternoon. This officer was for
merly elected every two,yeara by the
legislature, but hw was changed at
the recent session, and he is now named
Tti rourt also set Monday, June 17.'
as the date upon which the examination
of applicants for admission" to the bar
Twenty members .of the Knights of
Pythias lodge of this city returned yes
terday . 'morning - from. Independence,
where they had bcerL-toaasUiL lnlba
Initiation of a large class of candidates.
Those going over from, here were J. A.
Carson, J. O. Graham, R. I. . Stlnson,
Fred. FIsK, K W. lUixard, F.. P. Par
tington, Albert Toiler, J. R. Dlmlek, J.
A. Finch, Thomas Maplethorp. F. T.
Wrlghtman, H. A. Johnson, H. H Tur.
nev B-H Anderson,' Ott If adHck, Kills
Richardson, . Otto Sphellburg, Oscar
Johnson.- Frank Ward, C. Ik Johnson. -
HILL'S ROAD CALLS IN
AIL" PASSES IN STATE
No More Free Transportation in
Washington on Account of
ri--SKf Commission Bill. ' ; -
(peell Dlapatek to The JolarsaLj .
Stf ttja. May 88, On Juna B. fouxjlsjrg
before the new railroad commission law
goes Into effect, the Great Northern
will call In every "pasa In the state of
Washington with the exception of those
Jield by employes of, the road, t While
there haaoeen no announcement otner
than that the-policy of the Great North-
em will be followed., the Northern Fa
clflo and Burlington are expected to do
the same thing on Ihe same date.
It 1 the Intention of all three lines
to op te the letter of ..tha-eommis-lioa-law.
and the orders sent out from
thr yf fica of JameiFy.-HHl IriiCfc- Paul
are much more sweeping tnan it was
expected -hey ' would be when, V- two
months ago. It was . announced ' that
Aside from the employes the only
other persons who will be allowed to'
ride- on free transportation are witnesses
called by the railroad companies in mat
ters they have pending before the courts
The understanding of the order here
Is that It Is the Intention of the Great
Northern to recall every pass along its
line from St. Paul to the coast, except
lng employes. Upwards of 7,000 persons
will be affected If such an order ls.jen-
forced. . ' '
BAKER CITY COMPANY
' iinoii. The Mountain Clam hu been ehm
-te?t'd"rora trip" to"Tha propertyPwhenfconilits of tti Bg-piant-TioIectrlc-J
X ' .t (SoecUt Dltpetck te The JoaraaL)
Baker City, Or., May 2- The Baker
CI tv Light A Power company, which
recently purchased the property of the
Baker City Gas Electrlo company of
Baker City,' yesterday executed a mori
rati to the Germantown Trust com'
pany, trustee, to secure the lesuance of
8 per cent lb-year aeoentura Donas.
Theproperty or tne new company
power plant In Baker City and the water
power plant-on Rocir crek,1rt" Baker
county. The bond Issue ' Is to enable
the company to improve its plant. It
be Indicated. ThererU a dealrrw-nief!' rumored thatt "t"Pb'r
part of some stockholders to hnisten the
production of copper,' but untlll the en
: glneers have given the property a thor
ough examination It Is Impossible to
predict whet they will advise regarding
..reduction worg. wora Began iwo years
see on a new type of reduction plant,
but has never been flnlahed,, and it is
not known whether the plant will be
practicable. - . ; ;
RICK COUNTRY BEING "
, OPENED IN THE NORTH
Northern Okanogan ounty,yash
ington, which Is being exploited by the
extension f the. Great Northern rail
way aa It seeks a route up the Slmllka
meen and an through British Columbia
to the coast. Is regarded as one of the
promising mineral dlatrlcts at the pres-
ent lima. There hare been many good
mineral deposits worked superficially
In this regim especially along the
Rlmllkameen. but owing to the Isolation
of tha district the work -was necessarily
'limited. Since th Great Northern as
let contract-for-tha extension front
Orovllle to the British Columbia bound
ary, and given assurance of proceeding;
through tne Bimiiaameen . vain yesr,,
some heavy capitalists have been at
' tracted. - President Underwood of the
-Bri,rlsh Colombia Copper companyrand
aaaocla'tea ar reported to bave finally
tied up th big Sunset group of copper
claims at Princeton, which Is presaged
by students of the northern situation to
be but the pioneer movement of a heavy
Investment there later. -.
WATSON WANTS MINET
. ' TITLE GIVEN TO HIM
(Special Dtaeetek te Th JoareaLt '
-Baker City. Or, May t. A. P. Wat
son, a mining ma a of Gelaer, has begun
suit sgalnat the - Keystone-Belle and
Gold Boy Consolidated Mining company
to rescind a -contract made between
"Watson and the company In- 1I8J, by
which he Sold them the Keystone and
Belle quarts claims near Gel ear. ,.. . ..
Watson alleges thst th company has
failed to comply with th terms of the
contract, and he Wants to have the deed
which he gave It at that time canceled
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lng a street railway line in Baker City.
;;. HOLDS UP SMALL BOYS
' (Special Dtasatch to The Journal.)
Seattle, May 28. Charles Nelson, an
18-year-old sand spit resident. Is a can
didate for the state reform school. He
was committed to th city Jail by jus
tlco Gordon yesterday for 30 days, after
he had informod the court that he had
held OP Adam Luke, three yeara younger
than himself, and taken 10 cents rrom
him. Nelson hss twice before been In
and set aside In order thst he may re
cover tiy to . the property. Theae
claims are supposed to be extensions, of
the famous Bonanza. . r v-
nrsraorara xsas unra.
Michael Sullivan of this' city waa in
Moyle, British Columbia, the past week,
end stated that he wna "Investigating,
lie devoted moat of his time to exami
nation of the Aurora, near the St. Eu
gene famous lesd producsr, and tha lo
cal Impreanlon there Is that a deal a
pending for this property. In Portland
the Jnlaslottot Mr- Sullivan- la-not
known, but as he hag been connected
with .the - Ladd Interests, It ' hss been
aasumed that., he represents those or
kindred Interests In his work at Moyle,
! ' Btnrr xm aonirzA. '
igpeeial Dlapatek te Ike Joaraal.)
Cottage .Grove, Or., Msy if. Al
Churchill departed yesterday for his Bo
hemia property, where he will prosecute
work during the summer months. , Wal
lace Hartley has juat returned from a
trip to In mines, and last evening de
part ad fo Portland, where he will re
main a short time on business. -
, MOM axUfOWT GKXJ.
(gpeelal Mtrh te Tile earaal.) ( 1
Baker City. Or.. May . Messrs, Gil
key and Kershaw report another rich
cleanup from their Belmonr mine In the
Greenhorn camp, the result ot a few
days' nio, ' ' .. - .
v i - . r-- r m v a m i l i m . mm--'- - . w -aa, . mm m SB
? f VUUUVI UHJ4 V-TV v vnicago
Great- -WL -,- -Tr 7 Sunday the;
S ' vyl'h-Wirr Stftri-in thf'Minn a nt th-.Minrir':"..Skr X rock of rip-ht. a. bea- I
r - 0 . iK . X con beht to a safe har- I
' Sjf 69-71-73 Third Street, Between Oak and Pine X
. 'y -ii - ' ' -:--'"-f---.-..- ; - . . to the four quarters of the.
est top-to-toe Outfit'
ters for men, boys and
children, handling - the
largest volume of Men's
r and3oysi-Clothing, - Hat,
Shoe and Furnishing busi
ness of ; any 'complete
outfitters on the en-
-and atill growing;
-TO ALL VISITORS. - THIS ESTABLISHMENT WILL-BE AN OPEN HOUSE. INVITINQ-THE INSPECTION OF 'ALL. A DEMONSTRATION OK
THE POWER OF LOW PRICES WILL BE SEEN IN EVERY DEPARTMENT OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT. AN, EXAMPLE-OF THE r PORT
LAND -VALUE-GIVING IN MEN'S AND BOYS' APPAREL THAT CANNOT BE SURPASSED IN ALL AMERICA IS NOW IN FULLSWING;,A
SALE THAT, WILL RESOUND AND ECHO BACK TO THIS CITY- FROM EVERY STATE IN THIS UNION. -THIS MEANS THAT THE CHICAGO
OF PORTLAND, OREGON. SELLS THE VERY: HIGHEST- CLASS OF MERCHANDISE RS LOW IN PRICE AS IT CAN BE BOUQHT FOR ANY
" " WHERE FROM BRITISH COLUMBIA TO THE GULF OF. MEXICO OR FROM THE PACIFIC TO THE ATLANTIC
The Greatest Suit Sales
Ever Made: by This ;
1: Will buy a -better Suit than has ever been of-'
- fefed in this city. Blue serges, black clay wor-
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sicusK- uiuc nu uiacK unnnisncu wursicus, uqui
ble and single breastedstyle9 1 ptire all-virool hand-tailof ed,
also imported tweeds, cheviots, double-entwisted home-r
spuns, cassimeres and-pure all-woof and mercerized wire-,
-twist fancy worsteds a paradexof styles; 100 strong made
by Brandagee, Kincaid & Woodland The Acorn. Not a
suit in 'the entire lot but is a goodv$15 to $18 value; but
The Chicago is a store of live, up-to-date principles, and
just before the world's fair we wilj 'demonstrate to the
public that we have-no equal in the Pacific northwest 'as
givers of big values. ;.We want the trade of the appreciative .
public, and will get it by. givuxgithe liest clothes for the
money to be had anywhere. We fit all sizes andhshapes-1-rrren
to 52-inch bust measure. 1 . rr
- GiveS-f. you choice of a world ofhieltcla
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creations in aouDie ana single orcasicuvouus,
BUYS A GOOD ALL-WOOU
HAND-TAILORED, $10 OR
- t ' - 'n ' $12-:SUIT.-'
Great Half PriceSale OiitingSuits
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-We ill inaugurate the Summer Outing Suit Season with -
a sale that will move you to action at once. Commencing
- tomorrow we put on half -price-aale-SOAll-WooOutingT
1 Suits in men's and young men's styles, sizes '..'33-Ltp .40. in
small lots carried over and all sample suits sent to us to
select by this season.. . . . -
.Will take choice of all-wool, tailor-made,", plain-,
and faftcy light and dirk colors, worth-$10. " -
For choice, of all.-fine. $12, $15 and some even
better suits in this lotr Hand-tailored, splendid -
styles, homespuns, cheviots, tweeds, wool crash.
We show the newest Quaker Gray Gunmetal and the craze
; ... of the hour-Broken Steel Tip Grays. ' - - -most
exhausj:less varietyL of Brandagee, Kincaid &
" '"- Wood's ivery latest "tailor productions at-':.
Or less than two thirds merchant Jailor prices. .
service and low prices. Blucher, bals. and
Oxfof dsrin tarrrchocolatey blatlrand patent -
; leathers, also viri, colt, calf, etc.
-z-. $3.50, $3.00, $2.65
$2.35, $1.85, $1.65
Boys' and Ch ildren 's
In Blucher and bals.vitan or 'black. Special
', ..-- - values, - :- , -J-. ; -
-191.35," f 1.50, 91.65, 1.85,- 92.00, ,
- 92.25 and 92.50. - . -; '
ZTlEvery.J: pair ; of 1 Men's or 7 Boys Shoes
: bought at this store is. guaranteed. , If a. pair H
Tgoes -wrong a new pair free.
Portland's Largest All
50 Negligee, Golf and
...Working 'Shirts, ,-the
-J j . a. - - '
ana dcsi values in tne
city. ' ' --'" ,
75 Golf and Negligee, a
N most . handsome assort
ment of -the good' and
nice kinds.-""': 1
91.00 Extra values in
silk bosom, brilliantine.
. silica, penang and mad-.
910.auetts" most! Se
lect styles, golf and neg-
jl'tTee. r-rr '---- ;
'.'French flannels, etc. -
92.5Q Ture pongee and
' . cream brillian'is.-etc.'-f
Underwear Ne Aw e.a r
Vhite or, Farrcy Wash
-.7 Vests, tterr'-Z
Tomorrow you can pickup some exceptional
gocid things, in Knee Pants Suits and save
Tf" Will take choice of'small lots of
ei)leOi) Buster. Browns, Norfolk or Dou
Ible . Breasted'"Suits, thafselir,fgu1arly up
; tO $3. ': . -; '' -:- ).! .
M J "Will contain several lines and
e)iWeU3 broken lots of elegant all-Wool
Materials that are worth at least $1. , '
"Several new arrivals ifxjyctra quality hand
tailored Knee Pants Suits' at 93.85, 94.85,
". ... . :f" 'and 97.50.' ;."' ' '..
' Y I III I I V 1TICII nuii
1 Tomorrow will offer; some exceptional fine oppor-
.'"". - - ,s-, tunities. . h -r-
r7" Of" -Will takc-boice of several full lines of
)t single ancT double Jbreasted $10 Suits,
and lots of two, three ana four of a kind that were
broken-during the Easter rush, worth up to $12..
Q O C V Will be power. Sopie of the" very
fyaOd -handsomest $12,r.singie . and, double
breasted: styles, and all small or-broken lots, worth
up to lSSergesnfinishe worsteds and fancy
mixtures. ' ."'..'. 1-'- ,
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A Hat to Fit Your Face-r30 Stales,' 30 Shades and Colors'
4 - - .... - T - v-7 -T--.-, 4 n'7:
f vf. 1 Panama Hats
Kilimartin f8.Co.'fjRcal Pljljtpl Water-woven Hand-shaped Panamas
"Pot choice af ;sii-ha()es-ef
It Panaiha Hats, unbleached.
Wl display the Panama Hat,
best atoeir In .all rsdes
up to. each 92S
Sennits, Milan. 1 Usnllav stvt
ror;o Ktr-an Straw, all styles.
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