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' ' CDIft'ESE FCLIClf
LITTLE CHILD IS
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pregon Senator i In Baker City
' t Speech; Takes Issue With
v4 V, Secretary Taftf..;
Wanders From Home and Falls
Into V the Calapooia
i-''; River. v - ;
CLUE AND CRAY UNITE :ttt
... ft a aaa. a aakL . .B BV a fe ISA eas).
VANDALS DEMOLISH r'r'..
f IN dUKTUMvj ma writ I
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y'T iV. Pr-V ;
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N. Di Q. W.
Confederate and Union. Veterans
' Shake Hands In Public and '""
Praise Each Other. ; ;
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',j gferial DtoMldl te Tke tarsal.)
. f Baker ltr,Juljr I Two special -,
turt marked th celebration- of r the
Xourttu o( July fn this city. -'In
' hie-speech Senator ChirlM W, Fulton
I' la a manner attacked Secretary Tsffs
policy on. the' Chinese Immigration law.
and an eg-vnlcn aoldier and an ex-eon-i
' federate roae upon the speaker e plat
form and demonatrated personally that
the war wit over and that all anlmoat
tie, had been hurled, ... :a.v
, , Senator Fulton stated amidst loud ap
plause. tht. fcexegr tied .. the tendency
of ome.Pf- tHe leading as we pa p re -of
" "the' country to- favor the modification
and even the repeal of the Chlnoee lm
' migration acta. He alio stated; that ha
had aeen whera Secretary Taft had ad
vlaed a. alrailar policy. -v . -
.: ' "I rrrt this,", aald Senator Fulton,
feelingly, i wJnt: aay "at ao
long as I represent the atate of Oregon
in the United SUtea aenat, I will never
vote te chance the Chlneae immigrattoa
lew, which-would mean the tntroduo
' tlon f an .Inferior - race of people to
.compete wJtK the laboring claae of this
1 country." wt. .v. t--.. , .
Be paid high tribute to labor, Bay.
."na- ihat tf. the VwltedBtatee ah on Id
ever.hav to lower Ita flag It would be
.on account of Internal trouble, and that
thle would only come throufh the fail
ure to uphold the honest laborers t
tbt country, -The speech -wss weir r
'delved. Senator Pulton left for Aatoiia
onlght. - Ha refused to talk about the
I tchell verdict-- mm . mmvniiT,
Vert aad loitk vnteL-
At the close, of . Senator ' Fulton'e
peech Bet. '. J. N. R. Bell, pastor of
vie First Preebyterlan. church of this
city and " chaplain of the day. stated
that he would demonatrata the truth
lulneea of the statement mad by Sena
tor Fulton that the hatchet had been
hurled between the north and aouth.
.',.'"e called to the platform. Colonel dm.
teed, a o. a. . ortlcer. and who was
arahal of the day, and stated that
' Vlmslead 'waa an officer In the union
army. . "I waa chaplain In tha confed-
rate army and waa at Gettyabura; and
it Olmatead." He then took Olmatead
.y the hand and Mid;
"I want. to state that t represent the
'a of men who faced bullets In the
. ,id In the south and thtt T am alad
?o were licked. This man helped, lick
. i and I am tied he did it I am now
. a treat a lover of the rla aa he. 'I
ought for -my cause as earnestly aa
, , but there-are only two" things to
tate. We were licked and X am now
lad nf It."
. With their bands clasped tha "two eld
soldiers then each took a flag and the
audience Joined In' Shouting a tiger for
1 K4'Oto7--'Zif-z-:-t.: r.'ti- zr"r
4 CPORTS "AT GRANTS PASS."
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ran 'and Water Warn Book-Brtlliagw
) ' " AppUgaU Wlaa U aeekaH.
, Oranta Paaa. Or., July I. OranU Paae
tiaa witnessed thejrneet Fourth of July
, in its nisiory. . . ..,
A large crowd , witnessed ' the- rock-
. drllllnr contest at ! a m., which waa
won by Dunn and waters, who drilled
it fnches In hard granite in It mln
h tee, SI II go and Sandry of Oold Hay
were" second with 14 M Inches to their
credit. . Savage and Brtnrkerhoff "of
- Oallcs were la at with only II Inches.
A good dealpf money changed hands,
as the Oallce men expected to win and
hacked their opinion with all. the coin
they- had. : ;'. ' i
- Tha shooting touroamentalo drew
flulte a. crowd and soma good ahootlng
was dona. A the tournament laata two
dtya the scores, will not M figured up
until today. Among the contestants
ar J.. B. En y art and B.P. Klwood of
Uadford. Rosooa Shelton- of Salem, and
T. F. Hopklna of Chicago.
,. The baseball game waa won by" the
-r Applegate nine.-the score .standing It
to .During-the past two seasons The
Applegata nine haa been beaten but
. twlce.i.y -,-...i. : -,-;,,:' v.
'Fref erred Bteek Oaaaed wooda, '
AUen Lewis'. Beet Braid. . r
t ' There -i nothing ;
w6rldTiow eqtial to the trip
-Or the! Portland Exposition,
and they are coming from
Maine. - from Florida and ,
from ' California.' and The.
Lion Clothing Company will
be prepared to supply them
with everything in the line.
"of. wearing apparel for man,
and boy.... v i, '...' ." ' t'
aTrerythlaf fey Mea aat Boy a.
tsg-ls Third, aeag Kerrisea.
Thief, Takes Horse and Carriage
While Owner Is Celebcat :
X-riH7. Ingat Sodaville.:i--
. ' ' ISmcIiI Dlapateb te The Jeernal.)
-Albany, Or., July o. Coroner "William
Fortmlller waa yesterday ' afternoon
notified of the death by drowning, at
Shedd In. this county, of Leo Jackson
Slate, the -yearold son of Mr. ' and
lira, - Porter; Slate, prominent- residents
of that place. -The child waa playing
about the horn of tha -family, near the
Calapooia. river, on the evening of Mon
day of thia week, when he strayed -away
and when sought the body waa found in
the 'Tlver. ,The coroner after looking
Into the case, did not think it necessary
to hold an Inquest J The funeral la be
ing'held this afternoon, tha entire neigh
borhood attending. . ; -'-
t wi ox. vaawatuaaa. ;sl
Sunday night mlecreanta -entered the
carriage-house .afr DrrW.--H. Booth f
Lebanon where two fine buggies- were
kept and -ruined both rigs. The tires
were out Into small pieces with a Jack
knife, (while tb spokes of both buggies
were cut in many places and splintered
ao that they will be of no further use.
At the same time the tops and curtains
aa well a the leather upholaterlng on
the - buggy . aeata were cut and slashes,
and the wrecked vehicles left In that
condition. )' ' 1
-T-.T- teal Xorse t Daylight,
Sodavllle,- tha little town four' miles
east Of Lebanon, celebrated, in style yes
terday. Moat of the farmers drove in
for the -day- and hundreds f- rige were
scattered about the grove near tha 'eoda
springs, where the celebration waa heldV
One farmer left hie horse and buggy In
r grrirTrrov at 1! o'clock, and.
after unhitching and tying hie -driving
mare, mingled with -the crowd. While
ha ' waa . absent a stranger walked up
to ths rig. hitched ..the mare to the
buggy, and placing a little boy ha had
with- him In ' the buggy, drove away.
A number of people saw the operation,
but thinking the man- owned the horse
end : buggy paid little attention to him.
The jnan drove aaaW-gotng In- the -direr' I
tlon -of the pass .through which the
Lebanon , trail leads to eastern Ore-gonw-y-
oon-after the- thief disappeared
down the road tha owner of the buggy
appeared for the purpose of securing
the lunch left in tha buggy and th
theft waa discovered. a posaa of men
at once started on the trail of ths thief,
while tha telephone wires were used .In
notifying Joe surroundlpg. country of
ths , theft The thief la believed to
have gone toward the mountains with
a view to crossing Into eaatern Oregon;
and' all points on tha trail aa far east
aa Cascadla, 40 miles into -the-moun
tains, hays been notified. ' The thief
was dressed in a, wall-made gray suit,
waa smooth, shaved and appeased aa a
pnoa parous cltisen. The 'little boy with
him was also neatly dressed.
A-'party or Albany people went to
Petereon'a butta, a high, hill standing
near Lebanon,'1 yesterday and apent the
day there enjoying a picnic Tn the for
ests on tha slds of ths hill. Ths party
remained until, late last, night., when
with flreworka, red fire and bonfires
the butta waa illuminated. Tha butte
la 14 miles from thia city and tha fire
works on its summit were plainly seen
from here, - - ; v
, CONVENTION OPENED
Welcomed to Maryland by Gqv
- - ernor -President Clark's '.
jiu;; Annual Address. T-'cr
. iJearaal Special servlee. ,
Baltimore, Mr July .-The . - Fifth
Regiment armory waa crowded almost
to suffocation thia afternoon at the big
welcome aaeetlng that signalised the
formal opening of tha twenty-second
International convention nf tha Unrlntr I
Of CIlllSllSir 'lnideftVOF. The welcoming I
band - for the churches and tha local
committee was .extended by Rev. Oliver
Hucksl, D. . D avnd Chairman Atwood,
while Governor Warfleld spoke for the
state and Mayor Tlmanua for ths city.
Suitable responses were made by repre
sentative delegates," af tar which Presi
dent Clark of Bo lon delivered a brief
address. !.-.. - t .-, i -
Tha initial session was brought to a
close with the annual review of the
field by General Seer tar Von Ogden
Vogt, Thls latter aet forth .that tha
growth of the society during the last
year baa kept pace with that of previous
years. The number of Toung people'a
Endeavor societies throughout tha world
noWiapproachea K.OOO, with aa aggregate
membership of 4,000,000, chiefly in ths
United States and Canada, and In Aus
tralia, Great Britain. China. India, Japan
and In all missionary lands, It exists In
about the aame proportions In all the
great evangelical denominations' and in
all their subdivisions.
Tonight. In the Armory, there will be
an International- festival .of praise with
a chorua of 1,500 voloes led by Richard
A. Harris sua Key. carey Bonner of
London England.', j - .
EPW0RTH LEAGUE OPENS
CONVENTION AT DENVER
- (Jearsal SnedU Serrlre.)
Denver, Colo., July (.The seventh
International convention of tha Bpworth
league le proving to be aa big a .religious
demonstration ss the most sanguine had
Methodist church, both North and South.
are here. More than a score of special
trains- have arrived -.with delegate from
every atate and territory of the union
and from nearly all of the Canadian
provinces. ', Thousands . of visitors are
already on tha grounds -and trains bear
ing thousanda more are on the way. .
-lxmver la proving herself equal to the
emergency. Visitors ar being assigned
to comfortable quarters aa fast aa they
arrive. - Special excursion trains carried
hundreds of visitors today to Colorado
Sprlnga, Qlenwood Springs snd - other
point Of lnieresr near" by. "
The formal opening of th convention
took -place thl -afternoon. An tnsphing
song, led by a chorus of several hundred,
stsrted ths grest convention to" work.
There were formal greetings,, rollralt,
reports and other bualnea of a routine
character. ' .Tonight : the v Hallelujah
chorus will be rendered by a, choir of
and Beautifying ttcSlib,
Scalp, Hair,' and HandSe
Caneta aw iialM iaHiiiN witlitaJ eaiaBW
haa tnmmtl 4rtv4 tnm C Sn Sm gnel Star
Cm. vMh th. in ! ef ilnartu kmnitmn tad SM
mm iSimMii m tww in.. Tv MM m mm at mi
MlM-imlr,l IMlefcMl mm tmmm Sh Sw a
-hw Owe a Ok. m. Sri. Slwji., mm mm.-
sar "ewe ' u mm aja, snis.au ntw.
President : Broke J Away From
tj-f;' J- . Peace Proposal. : ' '
GREATEST TRIUMPH OF
. AMERICAN DIPLOMACY
Unaided, and.. Unadvised-Teddy
Achieves Phenomenal Sue- .
- - i cess In New Held. '
(Waahlastoa Boreas ef The Josrsal.l '
Washington. July I. Socially, Wash
ington la at the and of the -"little
son" and gradually the gi ye ties have
slipped away, ao gradually, in fact, that
tney have stayed longer than uaasL
Tnougn mere has been no great aoclal
Interest In the White House, there baa
been, during the past week added Im
portance on personal - and political
grounds, it haa through tha peace
negotiations- become ' tha. " center of a
world drama:- and Mr. Rooaavelt Is
probably the snoet-telked-of head of any
nation of tha earth, a position which
even, the jealoualea of continental Eu
rope are . forced to admit. Hlatory la
In tha making of more than we realise,
perhaps, and it la gratifying to know
that we are "In It-
It would aeem that Theodore Boose-
n n i 1 n m i-"-t 1
a- a daatre Whan ha atannnf forward
r to desire. , When he stepped forward
with definite,, peace propoaals to Rus
sia and Japan ha became tha foremost
figure In tha world'a blatory and
wrested from tha kalaer the Insignia
of power for peace aa well aa for war.
Ha baa written hia name large in the
development, of -the, . new a diplomacy
which roust tske in Japan ss a world
powsr. , - '.. -i i. .,-r-r-. -""- '
The president le proud of hit record
and prouder of the certain accomplish-
ments of a delicate aad intricate mis
sion. He lalme-to-have-achleved h!
greateat triumph and probably tha moat
far-reaching of . American , aipiomatio
victories absolutely unaided and unad
vised. If he consulted his favorite
councilor. Judge Taft. acting secretary
ef atate, that functionary haa been dis
creet and no hint has rsaohed the out
side world. The other cabinet officers
were Ignored, both in the preparation
and In the consultations whloh led to
its framing, v '. ' ;
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" Passed ltv Porged Oaeaks." j y
(Special fnapetek te Tse Jenraatli ""' ''r
Pendleton. Or.. July . Five forged
cheeks for 111. 80 each were passed on
different saloons In thia city recently
by , a stranger who is missing. ' Ths
checks were all "alined with ths name of
1Mb May; a contractor, whom tha forger
had been working ror aunng me iaai
few days aa a bricklayer, sna.tne fraud
waa ' not discovered until it waa too
late to Intercept tha perpetrator.
- says TmatUl Sfnttoa.
(gDSdal Dksatch to The JMrsal.) -
' i " L 'r?: rTSTZtT ?Sl
sheep buyer for, th Prye-Burhn 'com
paay of Seattle, hss closed a deal with
Rues Broe. for J.200 wethers and 1,000
ewes, and. will make tha ahlpment from
Moifhim on ialT H. " ' '
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trade better. To make trids
better, make poods better.
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