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Vltlt!f2 Membert of Pacific Ju.
' risdiction Hold Queer Con
teste at the Oakt. '
t EVENTS FOR WOMEN 7
?::f ESPECIALLY NUMEROUS
. Tomorrow the Visitors Will End
Their Holiday With ogB' Excursion
Up tha Columbia on Gltnora and
. - - Barge, vr ". ; ' V : -..r ';..-
Out at the Oaks' today; Woodmen of
the World of th Faolflo Jurisdiction are
; celebrating their visit to Portland In
connection ; with , the Lewi and Clark
v exposition. The river resort ha baep
lurnea over to tn cnoppera. wno ar
devoting thenaelvea to the ' enjoyment!
of the place. - ".' "--'' ' v.
Aprogram ha been arranged that ln
: dude various novel and Interesting fea
r turea. There will be drlls.by circle
- guards pf Salem and Portland, for
, which a prise of ISO has been offered.
j The reel of the program follows:
; Natldrivlng- contests women only"
j-'irat prue, Ilk , umbrella, .donated .br
m Meier A Prank; second prise, one .pair
lady's slippers, donated by Beutgen
Foot race, women only First , prise,
. goioaiumlnum clock, donated by Abend
roth Bros.; : second prise-, one - silk
t umbrella, donated by - McAllen - at - Mo-
, Donnell. . . , . ..,-. , . '.'
.', . Foot race, men members W. O." W.
; W. a. W. watch fob. -
,- Egg race, boys under It years First
i. prise, .boy's sweater,, donated by . Famous
X, Clothing company; second prise, two out-,
ping shirts, donated by; A. B.. Stelnbach
it Co. . - ; . ; -
Foot race Ptrai nrlae. 11 Multnomah
hat, donated by : Samuel Rosenblatt V
-i-la: second prise, boy s sweater, donated
. by Be Selling.
' Pillow fight One tf hat ', to winner,
, donated by Hewett, Bradley 4c Co..
, i At the exposition yesterday afternoon
and last night competitive drills were
given by visiting and local teams. Port
t' land camp No. 107 won first prise with
. points.- Oregon City camp was see
j end with 14 points. Prosperity camp
' ,, third with It paints, Newberg camp
. fourth with 74 points, and Prospect
, camp fifth with- points. Captain X
B.-Qowen. Captain. Ingram and fuieuten-
t. knt Brown of the Tenth United States
Infantry were Judges of the competing
' ' teams. ,.' ! - . . ; )
... .' There were hundreds of people at the
exposition grounds .to witness the drills
. and the teams were frequently sp-
; plauded. . Tomorrow the visiting Wood
; tnen will take a trip up the Colombia.
' The steamer Olenora and barge Klickitat
', bav been chartered and will leave the
Alder. Street dock at a-"SB,
; DIERKE'S B'AND WILL
35 - 1 - pi jY FOR VISITORS
rJ5Uy..J01aj:Ua.JheldnTaf Kinaai haw.
I ng refuaad to speak at- the, exposition
tomorrow on. account of the onenlna of
the Trail there will be no special, event
aside from, the. concerta by Pierke'a
j Monday will be 'a apeclal day at the
'- exposition' IB. lion af Koptenay, British
Columbia: Santa Rosa, - Petal uma.
HeaMsbtrg. Vklah and San Rafael, 'Cat
7 ifornia.. The order , of -s vents "will be
""aa rollow.-vV i .t.n .,m.i -n.--xui',-
a. m. oatea open. ' A M
, a. m. Buildings, - government. ex
' blbit and Trail open.. .
..i" ' a. m. to H , nu Concert , ' by Ds
" Caprlo'a. Administration band. Transpor
tation building bandatand. '
10 to 11 a m. Concert. Fourth United
,V States Cavalry- band,, government -tar-
., race. ' - i T -. ..... ;. ...
' 1:10' p., m.Orand concert. Dterka's
- ' band, bandstand, Oray boulevard... -' ; .
' S:tO rto 6: 10 p. m. -Concert,. Do Cap-
"rlo's Administration'' band. Transporta
tion building bandatand.- .
to 1:10 p. m. Organ recital. Pra
feesor -F, W. Goodrich, Forestry, build
ing. ' - : : .
1:10 p. m. United States Life Saving
Service exhibition on lake.
I p. tn. Bpeedy's high dive, on Trait.
, 1:10 to 4:10 p. m. Concert, Fourth
United Statue Cavalry band, government
terrace. : , . -1
1:10 p. mj Government exhibit otoses.
p. m. Exhibit buildings close. - ,
:! p. m, Operatic concert, Klralfy's
"Carnival of Venice" company, on rustic
'steps.. .. .. ,..,( . f ,
. p. m.-Grand concert. Dlerke'a band,
bandstand. Oray boulevard. -I
p.' m. Grand electrical - Illumination.-
- ' ' -
t p. m. Bpeedy's high dive,' on Trail.
'. 11 p. m. Gates cloae. , . ,
CHIMES OF TRINITY WILL S
; r : ? PEAL AGAIN TONIGHT
-v.' . w ;,
4 1 The chTmea f -Trinity church. Nine
. teenth and . Everett' atreeta, will this
evening peal again the old hymna and
'. popular tunes which were heard last
Wednesday evening by a large number
.. of persona. - The chimes have been
' looked forward to by the people bf Port
land for many months, and the first
, concert given proved highly entertain
Ing. The concert wlll begin . at 7:10
' ' o'clock. ;':V-:;.'
-. Pi ef ess ua aneyens m raU, '-..
-; ' Professor and Mrs. J. L. Stevens
nd daughter pf Lincoln. Nebraska, ar
rived at the exposition today, and will
remain several daya. Professor Stevens
is one of Nebraska's most prominent
educator!. ' .. :
The threa most lastnurUva and attraeUve dsyaHaasate ef BXXXBZTatth
LEVIS AND CLARIt FAR
: Ate all grape aa ane'flne aaI14Un( at the a AST am af the gTeaada.
? aWl3vAlE THORB WlTMTTHB OOODQH '
C. : Owens of San Frarfciscb and M its Nan Campbsll of Ohio
Aided In What Was Considered a Hopeless Search r;
' by the Kind-He
Sheriff Word left, hia residence at .
o'clock last evening with? the avowed
determination df not. going home again
until he had removed impedimenta In
the pathway, of. a young couple who
desired to get married.' He adhered to
hia avowal, but he did not get home un
til midnight, and then only after leading
the atrenuoua life tor six hours,- -
C A. Owens, manager of the. Paciflo
Coast Byrup company of San Francisco,
arrived yesterday afternoon, and by ar
rangement by wire-met Miss Nan Camp
bell, the daughter . of ' a - capitalist of
Cadis, Ohio; they Intended getting mar
ried before proceeding to San Francisco.
They had been .lovers for years and the
ceremony last night marked the stirring
culmination of a very pretty romance.
After meeting. jus fiancee at. the Ore
gon hotel Mr. Owens weat to the office
of County Clerk Fields to procure a
marriage license and was, keenly disap
pointed to find It closed. He returned to
the hotel and Informed his bride-to-be
of the unlucky circumstances, and ' they
counseled as to what should- be done.
Finally a solution of the problem oc
curred to", the prospective groom.
i nava it- ne exclaimed, slapping
bis knee. "Before I left San Francisco
a friend' informed me that if I struck
any obstacles to -go to Tom Word for
assistance.- There's our man; we'll get
him to aid us.". . ; ' ' .
Sheriff word was Informed by tele
phone of the predlrament in which the
couple was placed, and Immediately
tried to find County Clerk Fields or one
of his deputies, but- was unsuccessful.
"I will not be back home until these
people Are married.", he exclaimed as
ha grabbed hia hat and bade Mrs. Word
good-bye. --fl won't be back if U takes
until daylight"-. i j . .
The sheriff - walked to'- the house of
H. C. Smith, chief deputy In the circuit
department of the county clerk's office.
GOVERHOR OF STATE OF OREGON
George E. Chamberlain Charged
' U Tax, Contrary to Statutes in Such Cases Made and , '
1 Provided; arid There Are Others.'
A warrant waa Issued from the police
court yesterday afternoon for the arrest
of Governor George El" Chamberlain,
who la charged "by Deputy City License
Collector McEachern with failing to pay
bis occupation tax for the period begin
A la rare number of complaints were
filed against lawyers the list including
Police Judge Cameron, -Before a war
rant waa Issued agilnet him, however,
Judae Cameron paid his tax, aaaessed
himself 11. SO coats, paid, the fine, and
again dMoeme- a proper- person to mount
the bench and take Judicial cognisance
of the offenses of .others. - '
By: many , the rlssuance of the com
plaints Is looked. on aa a. huge Joke, but
It is no laughing matter to the attorneys
for whom they have, been Issued, as
12.5 coats Is tacked on in every oaee.
Governor Chamberlain will be arrested
a a- soon as he comes to Portland, and
haled before the polio tribunal. .
The Hat dT .those for whom warrants
were issued : yeeteraay is as rouowei
Governor Chamberlain,' R. R. Glltner, i.
Booths, 0. JMalarkey, Dolph, Mal-
' BY JURY IN MILWAUKEE
r s (journal gpecUl Serriee l
Milwaukee. Wis.. Aug. . The grand,
Jury Investigating - corruption in Mil
waukee county nas returned maici
menta aaalnst Charles F. Pflsterji cap
italist and one of the wealth lest .men of
the fit y, charging mm wttn ateanng
114.000: John F. Blttmar, x-supervlaor.
bribery; George F. Relchert, supervisor,
bribery; Barney E. Eaton, state senator,
bribery; .Frank F Schulta, formerly
newspaper reporter", perjury. - ?
The Indictment against rrisier swiea
that ha wna bailee for 11 MOO which
was deposited with him In l0l for the
Wisconsin Rendering company for the
purpose of obtaining for the company a
valuable contrast from the city for 'dis
posing of garbage. . The money was not
returned ad Pftster converted It to his
own use. Pflster la engaged in many- or
the biggest enterprises In Milwaukee.
He owns a cannery, ..bank, hotel and a
newspaper. So far 111 indictments
have been returned by the grand Jury. ,
RUSSIA' TO GRANT TERMS ?
DEMANDED BY JAPAN
(Jonraal BpeeUl aerrlee.1 - ''. '
Boston, Aug. I. A .special to the
Globe from Olonceater says that Rus
sia will grant Jhe Japanese ; demands,
pay an ' Indemnity and cede Saghaltn.
The' contest in the negotiations will be
over Manchuria', but Russia will more
than recover lt losses In the next war
Willi .HHI OTVI4
the Indemnity wilt only be - lent, and
some . day ba collected with interest
from ."the presumptuous .little ; brown
men . m f -
& STEEL WORKS
arted Officer. V '
He "found Mr. Smith t the residence
of neighbor and waa accompanied to
the courthouse by him. ,
There a - new difficulty ' presented
itself. Clerk Smith did not have a key
to the" office In which the marriage
records are kept, and no Janitor could
ba found. . '-' '
"I'll fix that, Smith." declared the
sherlf t ' "Tou do the work after wa get
In." , ,' . ; , v - . .
So saying, the aheriff propelled him
self against the door -like a catapult
It -trembled: again and then again he
hurled himself . agatnot . tba door. On
the third attempt the lock broke, and
Sheriff Word and Clerk Smith fell in.
The marriage license waa secured,- and
the lock was temporarily repaired, after
which they went t6 the Oregon hotel and
became acquainted with the fiancee of
Mr. Owena. .- ' '' ;' '
It was decided that StierlS Word
ahould give . the bride away. 1 Hacks
were called and Into' them went Miaa
Campbell, Mr. Owens, Sheriff Word,
Clerk smith and ,Mr. and Mrs. Peevey,
friends whom the groom mefby ehanoa
while waiting to secure, the marriage
license;' f t -: ,..-,, ' '
- "I want to be married by a Methodlat
minister," aald Miss Campbell, ;. '
The ' groom said he didn't care who
performed the . ceremony, so the- party
drove to several Methodist . ministers'
houses, but found none at home. Itwaa
Anally decided that the Rev. Edgar P.
Hill should perform the ceremony, and
the bride pouting) acquiesced. On the
steps of Dr. Hill's residence, S4 Alder
atreet, the . aheriff had the party atop
and everybody bid Miss Campbell good
bye." . ' . , v .
"When .she . comes but," - he said,
"she'll be Mrs. Owens.
' It was even Jo. The ceremony was
performed; the sheriff kissed the bride,
whom he gave in marriage. A wedding
aupper waa tnen. served at the hotel.
With Failing to Pay Occupation
lory, Simon 4k Gearln, Bernstein aV Co
hen, Caroy, at Maya, 'J. H. Woodard,.A.
3: Vantlne. CUude Strahan. V. JK.
Strode. Sanderson ' Reed, 8 . P.
RlggenH.lL Sargent. Mark O'Neill,
Richard Nixon. H. B. Nichols. A. T
Kee, W, W. Cotton, W. R. McGarr. A.
A. King Wilson, . A, Walter Wolf, Hefiry
k. McGinn, u. r. m. jameaon, h., w
ran. -v. v . A
Attorney. Fltgel. paid hls.'llx and, the
costs thia morning and expressed :ndlg
nation, claiming that, he had not been
notified by -the license' collector that he
waa delinquent.' He waa Informed that
his fate waa the fata of msny.-
.. Attorney McGinn failed to find the
clerk in his office, and aald he would
return. Finding ao many were on the
list with him. Mr. McGinn laughed and
said he could Uke hia medicine aa grace
fully aa any of the others.-
"This was a horse on me," declared
Judge Cameron.. ,'1 bad to pay, because
It is doubtful If I could Issue a 'warrant
for. myself, and without liquidating
could not gracefully sit In the , other
cases. i ' : J -
MR. JOHNSTON WILL TAKE
; : BRIDE TO PUGET SOUND
Mr. and Mrs. William-Johnston are
visiting the fair and' viewing the rose
gardens. They are en route to Tacoma,
where Mr. Johnaton will take the chair
of English language- and literature In
the Unlvers'ty of Puget Sound. - He fin
ished a two years' post-graduate In mod
ern languages at Harvard this, year,
then went to Watervllle, Kanaas, where
he made Mrs, Johnston all hia own, then
they started west '; - i y - ,
Mr. Johnston Is the author of a num.
bar of short- stories and poema. His
verses. "A Mlddlln' Sort o' Man," have
won him very hearty praise from sev
eral bf the best known wrltsrs. He
graduated from Baker university -with
the class of 1101. and after a year at
Harvard was Instructor of American
literature at his aimer mater for a year.
Mr a. Johnston la a graduate of Baker.
also, having been a member of the class
of 1105. . Mr. Johnston is a native- of
Erie, Kansas. .- -.-
SOLON THAYER'S HOME -
DESTROYED QY FIRE
- The 11.000 reeldence- of Solon Thayer
at East Fifty-second and Alder streets
waa totally destroyed by - fir " which
started st i:10 o clock yesterday rh
defeetlv -flue. The house was destroyed
so quickly that but little furniture and
few of the personal effects of the family
were saved. l ne nous was t near
Prettyman's station In Mount Tabor, and
there waa no fir company available.
nor waa there water for volunteer work.
- No Insurance . was carried, and the
lose waa a hard bmw to Mr. Thayer, a
contractor, wnoa savings- were repre
sented by bis noma place. .. ,
WILLOW TABLE BUDS AND
BRINGS FORTH LEAVES
(special XMasatea te Tke Jearml.l '
Roseburg, Or., Aug. . F. F. Patter
son of this elty has a unique tabl mad
of willow. In 'hia possession. The tabl
stands' on the porch, out of the damp,
and Is near no earth at all. - Out of
two atlcks In the table are growing two
healthy aprouta of willow ,wlth from
eight to a dosen leaves on each.1- The
wood from which the young shoots are
growing la thickly covered with varnish.
v - Wools Mills to
Pendleton. Or, Aug. . J. The'. Pendle
ton woolen' mills, after a eeveral-weeka'
shutdown, will resume operations on
Monday morning. Assistant Manager
Welsh has been, busy .the past week or
two tn getting affairs of the "plant In
readiness. The company ha several
large contracts to fill snd It Is expected,
that there will be enough' work on hand
to keep the plant going ; for . several
months. ' . .
Judge Frazer Upholds Constltu
tionalfty of Law Prohibiting
Reselling of Tickets '
MURRAY LOSES ti HABEAS
Court State . Maaaura Was f roper
Exercise of Police Poiftr and That
Business .Was -Based on Forgery,
Fraud'and Deceit. : iv ;
Presiding Judge Freser, of the circuit
court upheld the eonatltutlonallty of the
state law prohibiting the scalping of
railroad tickets passed at the recent
session of the state legislature. This
practically Bounds the death knell to
ticket scalping In this state.
. The ease In court waa that of Charle
3, Murray against Sheriff Word brought
for a writ of habeas corpus to release
Murray, who had . been arrested for
scalping. -..' ;'' - ,. . ..'.' '?-.,
Murray filed a demurrer to the allega
tions of the sheriff, attacking the con
stitutionality of the )aw. The argument
on the demurrer came-up a week ago.
and Judge Fraser overruled It this
morning- and remanded Murray, to . Uie
ouatody. of the sheriff, to await trial.
Judge Fraser In bis decision held that
the law was a proper exercise ' of the
police power bf ' the state and that It
aimed at -a business baaed on forgery,
fraud and deceit; ' ' '. ' ' ' "'
The law provides that nobody shall
engage . In selling tickets, other , than
those who are given a certificate by a
company to sell tickets of that com
pany. The scalpers contended that once
they secured a certificate from . one
compeny they could sell tickets Issued
by all companies. ' ' - - '
Judge Fraser nunctured this conten
tion by stating that the law would not
be oompllfd with by a man who held a
certificate from one road and dealt In
tickets : from -. another. . He contended
that a ticket was not property, but
merely the erldeno bf the right of the
holder to rid a certain diatance on a
certain road; that 'the ticket was the
property of the company Issuing it. and
that in time It Would be returned to the
company. - - -,. - - - "
Attorneys O Day, , Dltchburn and
Watta represented the scalpers In the
action and A. C. Bpenoer and Dan J.
Malarkey appeared in behalf of the-, rail
roads. ... , ... : v- - -i. ... ,,
SUPPOSED SUICIDE WAS
VICTIM OF FOUL PLAY
' (Special DUptea Jo The JoaraaL) , v
Baker City. Or.. AU. . The autopsy
on the body of the Chinese cook sup
posed to have committed . suicide - at
Greenhorn Thrusday night shows evi
denoes of foul play. ' Drs. Dodson snd
Curry, who . sxamlned the eorpae, dis
covered a bullet hole In the back of th
skull and. a rifle bullet in the -brain.
There were no powder burnt near the
i Tke dot
murder. t " "s-'..-'
The Chinaman was . evidently, shot
rrora behind while aiseep,
Thece has been an animosity toward
all Chinamen among Greenhorn mlnera
for - some time. All Chinamen wore
driven out of camp a few months ago.
The deceased was, the first fa ...return
to tn aistrict. . -
- Chinamen . her are ' greatly excited
They have procured Attorney J. I Rand
toj Investigate, the case Aa 'the man
waa killed Just over the line In Grant
county, the sheriff there w)l Invest!
gate, - Developments are expected In a
few daya . -- " - - '
MOODY INQUIRES INTO v
. STATUS OF THE STRIKE
- ' (Joaraal Special games.) ' . '
"'Washington, ' Aug.- t.-Attomey-Oen-
eral Moody has addressed a letter to the
United. 8tatea district attorney along
th lines of the Great Northern and
Northern Paciflo roads - requesting .Information-
regarding the telegraphers'
strike and ita possible effect upon the
transmission of Interstate, foreign and
government messages over the Western
Union wires which follow these routes.
Moody says he has been Informed that
for several days messsges have been
Interrupted. - He says It Is the govern
ment's duty to keep open sueh channels
to protect Its own. communication and
therefore ; the government haa grave
conchrn M th outcome.
POOR, FOOLISH GIRL WILL
GO HOME TO HER MOTHER
Jessie Boom of Oakland, Oregon, aged
II years., waa Inclined to adopt a de
fiant attitude yesterday when summoned
before Chief of Police Giitimacber and
her weeping sister, but she waa Anally
mad to see th error of her way and
promised th chief that ehe woald go
home wltn ner sister.
Miss Boom had barely, attained her
majority when eh was Induced to run
nway from home by a man named
White. In Ban Francisco he deserted
her and ahe came to Portland. - Slnae
January aho haa lived in a room over
a saloon at Fourth and Everett streets,
using the name of "Bab" Whit. .
, mmm 4 .
COUNCIL MAY REPEAL
SALOON CONCERT LAW
August' Eriekson' appeared In th no
lle court and thia morning on - th
charge of allowing concerts In his sa
loon at Third and Burnsld streets. H
save a bond or l too ana win appear ror
trial August 11. -
Finding th law arrecta the Tavern
and th Oregon and Portland hotels, It
Is said the council will probably repeal
It. This Is the intimation received this
morning by Deputy City Attorney Fits
gerald. v- - "
Blopers Ar Married,
Agne ' Rickard, aged IT, and Joseph
Van Bevel, aged 1. who recently ran
away from their homes In East Portland
and were found several nays later, were
married today In St. Johns. The truant
couple wer discovered eeveral daya ago
and warrants were sworn out for. their
- - Oread Army Serrloe.
Rev. Clsrenc True Wilson, D. D pas
tor of Grace M. E. church, will preach
this afternoon at 1 o'clock at Grand
Army park near Sellwnod. and Mrs. J.
II. Hamilton and Mrs. Harry Ston will
Sing. ' - .. , . v
Allea Lewis Beat, Braai.
School Superintendents7 'nVrr5 1
'. ". ' 4.
The W. G. McPherson Co.
SPOKANE TELEGRAPHER v
LEAVES STRIKERS' RANKS
1 . ' ... (Special Blapateh t - Th Joaraal.) .--'
Spokane. Aug. ."Have come to th
conclusion that our cause la lost snd
1 cimi to Bpokana to advise the boys
to ao back to work aa aoon aa Doaaibla.
declared R. P. Hahey, local chairman of
the . telegraphers' union.! this morning.
The defection of the local chairman la
the moat severe blow yet received by
th strikers, and mar presage an early
Close of the etfuggle. The effect of the
defection Is minimised by th strikers
here. "Mr. Haney haa gone back - to
work, but that , will . not affect our
cause," declared ihatrman ianquar
who haa charge of the strike her. "He
did not show up around headquarters
today to give ua hi advice. Hia suc
cessor will be elected, this afternoon." ,
Superintendent Beamer of -the North
ern PaclOo baa Issued aa - ultimatum
giving th men until midnight to return
tO WOrk.-.: ' - ' ' . - iv
BOYS LEAVE FOR SEAVIEW
WITH CHEERS FOR JUDGE
i i ; "'"
Thre. rfheere for Judge Franer!"
-What'a the matter with Officer Haw-
Hurrah for Beavlew!" '
Such wer - th . cries . of tt lusty-
lunged youngsters . who with happy
faces marched , from Judge Frasers
courtroom this morning tn custody of
Detective Hawley : of the Boys' , and
Qtrla' Aid society and boarded .the
steamahlp Potter for Beavlew, , where
they will camp for a week.-
Th boys are the wards' of th ju
venlle eourt who have been sent to the
They wer not hoys who J have been
called before the court for committing
misdemeanors or who are -In any way
guilty of an offense, hut simply a crowd
of youngsters who need a vacation and
cannot otherwise recelv it. -
CHILDREN'S PLAY BURNS
SOUTH PORTLAND HOMES
'"..- t- '- ewSBajejsMam
'A fir started by children in a barn
on property owned by A. J. Farmer, on
Second atreet, between Sherman and
Caruthera atreeta, burned th barn and
badly damaged three dwelllnga.
The barn and ' contents wer totally
destroyed. A house owned by Peter
Taylor.: who family is at th seaside.
waa partly burned.
. J. A. Martera houae, rronting on ca
ruthera, and occupied by several fam
lllea. eras damaged. It la aald there waa
Insurance on th dwellings.
FIFTEEN FILIPINO :
(Joaraal Special Service.)
Washington. Aug. a. Fifteen 'native
treasurers of th province of Occidental
negro, have been arrested accused ol
shortage In account aggregating thou
sands of pesos. ' On escaped and one
was fined and suspended, thre ar im
prisoned and 10 ate awaiting trial.
Peadletoa Delegats Warned.
(Special Diepatcb I The JaoraaLI .
Pendleton, Or., Aug. Delegates to
the Trans-Mlaslsslppl congress and the
National Irrigation convention, which
meet In Portland between August 10 and
14. hav been appointed by Mayor W.
F. Matlock aa follow: Dr. J. C Smith,
T. C, Taylor. W. J. Furnish, Bert Huff
man and B. P. Dodd. Those who will
represent the city at th two meeting
at the solicitation of Governor Cham
berlain are: T O. Ha Her, J. H. Raley,
8. A. Lowell, Walter Pierce, G. 8. Hart-
man and A. D. BtfUman. -1
Death Bads ZJbel Sulk, .
IJeoraal Speelal Barvleal
New Tork, Aug. 1. Robert Crlswell,
the Town Topics man, who waa aued by
Congreasman Rhlnock of Kentucky for
libeling Mlas Alic Koosereit, nas com
mitted suicide by throwing hrmself in
front of a subway train, which decapi
tated him. Crlswell printed a story to
th effect that Rhlnock Introduced
bookmaker and other' shady visitors
to Miss Roosevelt during her visit to
Montgomery Slvoro Case. .' "',:
(SnsdaT DWpstc e Tke JuaraaL -
Pendleton. Or., Aug. t May Mont
gomery baa begun suit for divorce against.
Charles Roy Montgomery on th grounds
of failure to prpvld and desertion. Bh
ask for the care and custody of the
two minor children. The principals
wer married March II, lltf. The hus
band at the' preaent time Is employed
by th O. R. at N, and resides In Union.
Oakland X. O. O. I. Eaatall. ; .
Roseburg,' Or.. Aug.' lU The following
officer of Umpqua lodg No. 11, f. O.
O. F Of Oakland, hav been Inat ailed:
H.- Darling. N. 0. 1 Fred Gray, treas
urer: Z. L. Dlmmtrk, R.. 8. N. O.; B. J.
Bovlngton, L. B. 'N. G.l U Vlileplgne,
o.i.J, A. inderwooa, K. m. m.t w. Ia
Dunham, U 8. 8. . -
. Mr. John O. OarUsl Oead. .
Babylon, ,1m l, Aug. I. Mrs. Mary J.
Carlisle, wlf of. x-Secretary of - the
Treasury John G. Carlisle, died yester
day at her country home at West Isllp,
aged 70 years, after an Illness of three
ka. She wag a daughter of Major
John A. Qoodson of Covington.
'heating;' and vcntllctic:.
at biir Exhibit hi
FAIR'S ATTRACTIONS s r
1 The attendance at the oxposl- ' 4
tion tq 11:10 o'clock today wss
T.ltl, which Is considered large, d
as there ar "no special events .
scheduled for the day. Th '
total attendance yesterday was
17.711. ,?: ; .'
JUVENILE COURT TO
HAVE ABLE ASSISTANTS
" Th Juvenile court, .whloh ha beeu
doing sueh satisfactory work for the
youth of Portland,' will b aided Jn ita
efforts by an organisation which haa
been formed and will b maintained for
th - sola purpose of asalsting Judge
Fraser and his eolleaguea In their work.
. i The Juvenile Improvement ' aaabcia.
tion cam Into being yesterday at the
courthouse by adopting a constitution
and electing officers
- Not only will it b th aim of th as
sociation to bring refractory children
under th beat restraining Influences,
but It will also endeavor to prevent
young peopl from beginning a llf of
erim by providing aultabl amuse
ments te .keep them from questionable
place. An employe bf the organisa
tion' will work constantly with the
children, superintending their ' sport
and providing each amusements as the
resources of the aeeociatlon permit.
For this purpose a membership fee of
about 11 will be required of thoa wtah-
ing to sssssiau tiisiusmru mm trni
work. - ' ., - ., . .. ,.: ., -
'The officers of the organisation a re
Judge Arthur I Fraser. president; B.
8. Pague, . vice-president: 'Millie - R.
Trumbull, secretary; Marion R. John
son. - treasurer. Organisations which
hav been prominent in th movement
and- which will bo represented on th
board of . dtreotors are: - Children's
home. Baby home. People's Institute,
St. Vincent du Paul society, elty board
of charltiee, T.
M. C. A.. Neighborhood
PROGRAMS OF MUSIC. . :
AT THE FAIR SUNDAY
, Th musical treats In ator for ex
poeltlon vlsltora Sunday will Include th
following oonoerts: i-. -
By Dlerke's band, afternoon Over
ture, "Marry Wives of Windsor, (NIo
11); "On th Beautiful Jthlne." (Keler
Bela); "Le Preludes,' symphonlo poem.
1 (Mast); "Carmen March." (BUetl;
PTanohauser Fantasia,"' (Wagner) ; du
etto, "Mlgnon" (Thomaa), Mr. and Mrs.
Begue; -"Peer Gynt," . auite, (Grieg);
Southern Patrol, (Volther).
- Evening "Light Cavalry, 48uppe):
"Rmlnisensn Vals," (Dierke); "Ser
enade Eapagnola,. -xylophone (Metra).
M. Haaser; proceealpn.of the Knlghte of
the Holy Grail, from "Parsifal.' (Wag
ner); "Test Overture," (Laaaen); pro
logue from "Pagllaccl" (Leoncavallo),
B. Begue; "Lohengrin." (Wagner);. "Ex
position March." Stewart. - . --
The Klralfy company's program for
th week beginning Sunday evening at
1:10 o clock on ths rustic steps, re
peated nightly, will be: ' ' -
Overture, band; aong, "Sweetest Story
Ever Told," Mlsa F. Kramer; song. "Thy
Sentinel -Am I," Charles Cutter; aong.
Farewell Forever." Miaa Nelly Horn;
duet, "I Live and Love Thee," Miss F.
Kramer and M. Oalllard; aong, "Elsa'a
Dream, Madame Marakoffi songs "Mar
ts," Antonio - Ragetto; aong. -"Flower
Song" from "Fauat," Mlas Mabel Mc-
Cane; "Toreador," M, , Oalllard, with
chorus; grand chorus, ' selection from
Fauat." , .... . ' ' '
WESTON SHORT OF WATER
SHUTS OFF HARVESTERS
(Sserlal Dtomtek te tke JeeraaLI
Pendleton. Or., Aug. I. Report come
from Weston that th city is very short
of water and haa been compelled for
th first time in seven year to. relin
quish' its practlc of furnishing water
TtWI m auli, . W l -
dutllta In th neighborhood of Weston.
but ror th preeent It cannot be reme
died, much to the- regret -of , the - city
father,' who dlallk to, disappoint, the
J. W. Klmbrell, th Pendleton sur
veyor, haa been employed by th cttv
of Weston to make a survey on Pine
creek .abov th present head of th
waterworks two mile from town. , It
is thought that an abundant supply ef
water can be secured 6y laying about
100 feet of largo pip leading from
another apring to th on now walled
up. Tn estimated cost Of tht Im
provemeni le sooo, ana it -will b car
ried forward If found practicable. ,
l:.f Myda Mad Qmmaaa.
(Sseclal tneeatch to The Jeeraatt :
Olympta, Waah., Aug.- I. Ex-Con
gresamaa Sam C Hyd of Spokane ha
noon appomtea commandant of the
Slat Soldier' horn-at Orttng, to sue-
d 8. A. Call vert, ex-land .. commis
si oner,, who haa been temporarily In
rharge of the home sine the first of
tha year, effective September 1.
All Lwia st Brand,
47 First Street
frpx Alt OTHJBa srr-i
w nr women's m
rTylHIB time it is a
JL black kid with loV
and concare heeds' &nd
patent tips sold all
summer for- $2 any
pair left is fi
Barefoot Bandals f OKI
-ths $1.50 kbUL... V.-.UJ
away, akeelately free, aay pate
aaiee- aaeas la ta aeoae tae paesea
wae s-aeeeee tae aearaet aaatker ef wants
w will as auUe tale seraer daria the
awath ef Aagast. Osets aesaiag te pan, .
283-85 1I0EHIC0IT CT
ALL TRAin SERVICE CILV.
CRIPPLED BY STKiXE
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Crsat Northern Notifies Tel-
raphert That They Will Not
; Be Reinstated. .
(Jearaal aperlal grvlee.
6C Paut Aug. 1. d. T. Blade, general
superintendent of the Qreat Northern.
bea Issued a statement today notifying
striking telegraphers that they will not
b reinstated after today. He says that,
new men only will be employed, begin-
nlng Sunday, and old employe will loe
their seniority rights gained by year of,
service. t ' "
President Perbam of th telegrapher
states that th operator wUl not re
turn until their demand ar granted. Ha '
aays that th full fore of th etrike has
not been felt, that it will be impossible
for the roads to operate their eyateme
successfully with th number of man at
work and It will be Impossible for then
to secur the 1.00 operator needed.
Clalme Set forth , by both companies
ar that traffic 1 proceeding aa usual
and that but llttl Inconvenience 1 suf
fered. . On th other hand freight traffi
I' demo rallied and passenger traffi
very much impeded, all train errlvtng!
from I to 10 hours late.
Th railroad claim that operators ar
deserting th. union-and .returning t
work, . which la poeltlveiy denied by
Perham. ; . v . ....
Th flrt vlolenc reported' on . th
Washington division sine th telegra
phers' strike waa Inaugurated occurred '
Friday flight. .A nonunion operator ar
rived at Pasco to take a striker's place.
He went to work about 4:19 o'clock In ;
th afternoon and' about 15 . minutes
later cam outside-the office.' H m
attacked and badly beaten. . '- - . -,. '
Whether the aggressors were strikers
or sympathisers is not known, as ther. .
a re many 'railroad employe In the eev
eral department of ' tn tram servic
that either live or have a layover at ;
Pasco during their trip. ' '
PENITENTIARY GUARDS r? ' "
L DISMISSED Bf GOVEnr.Ul
'.'. - . ,-'y j. " . . .. . ..-.'
. ' (tpsetal Dtoyatrb te Tfce lraaL
Olympla, Waah.. Aug. l.-Oovno i
Mead has advised Warden JCay f ljef
Walla Walla penitentiary to 41e
Charles D. Wood, Captain TV H. vrv
ery, H, Kinsman, R. H. Hableton. T. l
Dona hoe. Fred Scott,- W. H. Maon f
C 1 King, the guards IrapllraU "
the election scandal of last May. "
rented a room in Walla Walla a- '
Istered ; and voted from there,
actually residing at the penile...
. Cotton I1 Vary
(Jeeraal Special aWvtsa.1
Waahlngton. Aug, . The
engagd In investigating t
candal tn th depart m . ,
today took a reces r t