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Reorganization of Traffic Da-
rtmente of Harrlman By--
".; tem in preparation for War, ;A
POPULAR, ABLE MEN 4N V
' CHARGE OF BUSINESS
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In' the Next Fiv '.Years Pacific
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ting' Railway Chaaabotrd to th
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xneir. upon m siaewsun. ; ana t vnf"
i' loudly and moat fryntlr.
In a room on tha second floor lived
'- Hurry Bllta with hi wlf and child.
, BHU la mplord aa a "barkar" at a
. Trail amusement concession and It tsras
, ther that h round a atray do Thura--
; day nlg-nt. Bllta loat iio in roia. tie
,. patted the dog,- which aocompanled blm
.. to hla horn. . v . , :. ,' t . ' - . .:' ..
' in tn annex in xn rear or wt nom
' llred tha famllr of B. F Donaldson,
. who 1l -fricrMliOf th B11U family.
Both, the Bllta family and -the Donald-
I u r m 1 mf bmiiiA m1M WiT1 tha flrA
-'. atartad.and'wera not aroufeed y the
commotloiu It waa fTn "tftat the-'cuF
1 - Vldtf rBTrorTiirmrrTenaaelurS
the Kinaneea that uui oeen anown vim.
' i Ha barked and whined at hla maater'a
; him. Than ' he : ruahed to the annex
where the Donaldaona lira. . H barked
r'-and whined until h aroused them, thea
. went deliberately acroaa tha-straet,
" atretched hlmaelf ant on the aldewalk
and watched tha fire. The cur waa
. adopted by a company of firemen thif
" morning, . v - .
. -v It waa "only a few- eeeonde after the
. alarm ' waa turned In that the exposi
tion company, in command of Battalion
Chief Powell, hose Mo. , truck No. t,
4' M I . M u..uu.A,a . aril.. atu a..
. , gauu viigi ui w vniu7U v u uiff wm
' ' udvudii cuniriii un iiinir airriTai.
' -'"Bodlaa round by riremem.
, However, The nremen at once let
. ; about saving the adjoining building.
: hotel arid ' firemen went through the
.' various rooms. In tha toilet, where he
had; evidently ' gonetn an effort to
aiaiML rinlilil Rlllntt tnunS tli ttoAr
- or a man badly Darned.
;in Sj room in the extreme northeast
t-ornpr or tne aeeona rioor or tne notei
-: Chief Dowel found the body of another
roan lying beside the bed. where ha had
Joe'Stubba, a dishwasher employed at
. the, hotel, was eerlouely Injured about
' the face, but refused, to go to the hos
pital. Mrs. ' Harper, after 'working
heroically in arousing and rescuing her
1 variiuia it 11 rim iin anil
1 H. Van Alntlne, proprietor of the
neiei, is in epoaane. -i n notei la aaia
' to have been a failure a a business
proposition. Th loss la estimated at
snurptoloas Xoklng Voaads.
, Mlsa Lubet has badly dlacolored eyes.
which seem to be due from blowa with
a flat. But a far as known there was
no quarrel In Miss Lubet s room. Poll-
ner had tha room next to her, and dr
recti y ever the room la which th Are
started, and he heard no sound of a
light. When he broke Into Miss Lubet'a
room ha found her stupid and ha had
to arouse, her. There I a suspicion that
Miss Lubet was tha victim of a vicious
assault, and her aaaallant, fearing that
ha had killed her, sat fir to th hotel
to cover up hla crime. .
, . Awakened by rumea.
How th fir started I do not know.
but 1 have my auspiciona, saia a. m.
Pollner. tha vouna brewer who diaoov.
ered th blase and awakened Mr. Ida
Harper , by pulling the call bell and
shouUng : fire. ' ' Tha only ona of . the
lodgers that Mr. Pollner waa unable to
awaken by tha ball, hla cries and hla
rapping waa Mlaa ' Lubet, who ; had
a .room near hla apartment." and who
like him, la now a. patient at Bt. Vin
cent's hQspltaL Mlaa Lubet Is suffer
big from an Injury to her. spine, and
alight hopes ar entertained for her re
covery. ,; r . ; ; , ..
"Leaving my suspicions aside for tha
present continued Mr. Pollner, 1 will
tell you Just how Z waa awakened. I
am a aound aleeper, and a noise never
awakens me. But-a flash of light,, even
the Ugh f a match, "will arouse tn In
lilt e'eleek thle seaming
I -waa. awakened by a flash of light;
then1 came a second flash.' I jumped
from bed, pulled en ror trousers, and In
these and my undershlrt-all I saved
from tha flre I rushed from my room
on th second floor td th one directly
below, me, wher. had, probably by
Instinct, located the fir. - There waa a
mattress on tha floor and It waa on. flre.
No one waa la the room, i v , ' ;
Had. to Jama fo Ufa,'
"There were only six rooms on the
lower floor, and I had no trouble In
gattlngthe lodgera out When all were
safe I took a second look at the mat
tress and found It burning , fiercely, I
rushed up ataira and gav th alarm
there. . I, found U Miss. Lubet'a door
locked, and all my kicking and rapping
did not awaken her. I did not know the
woman by nam or by sight, but when I
found the door locked I knew that the
room waa occupied and I determined to
aave a life If I could. , .
"MMntlmft. the a-iftMk wMMi t ti4
heft- three mtnittea before had.apread
to th upper floor. There was- no chance
for ma or tha .woman ta escape, by. tha
atairway,' which waa already In flumes,
and so I kicked the door In, aroused tha
woman, told her that tha building waa
on flre, threw open a window and or
dered her to jump. She waa scarcely
awake at the time, but I aroused hef
sufficiently to a sense of her danger,
pointed to a tree which waa directly
under her window and told her to jump
toward It and try to catch hold of a
limb.- oha jumped, but she waa so ex
cited that. she ,dld' not try tocatch a
branch of th tree.
' -'.' Broke . tplaa. ' ...
' "She' hit '. the ground straight and
broke her spine. . I thought aha waa
safe when I saw her leap, and aa the
ft re had broken Into the room I lost no
time In following. I did not look for
tha open window, but Instead I went
through the first window I saw, and I
got a couple of bad gashea on the arms
aa tha result. In jumping I believe I
must have caught a branch of tha tree,
because I felt no jar when I struck tha
Pollner aald that both hla right and
left arms war gashed, probably by
broken- glass, but the wounda were not
serloufc ' Hla physicians told him he
would befeble to leave tha hospital in a
week or two.
. "A a to my ' auspiciona of th origin
of the fir, resumed Mr. Pollner, after
h "had spoken of hla wounda, "I do not
want to aay anything that might be
construed as an accusation. ' Thla I will
say: , On of th waiters at tha hotel
waa an Inveterate cigarette amoker. I
cannot ' aay whether . he occupied
I tha room in which I discovered the fire.
th mmm h vnsei w nnt
"One thing I am positive of la that
whoever occupied that room caused th
fire. . Th fir had evidently started In
tha mattress whan It waa on th bed;
the roomer .discovered the blase and
dragged th mattraaa off th bed and
onto-the floor. Ha had probably don
hla bast to xtlngutsh th fire, but aa
ha waa unsuccessful ha gave up tha job
and ran out of the house without giving
tha alarm. 1 If that man can be found
he will be able ta tell bow tha fir brigl
nated."' .- -' . V i V-
Mlse Ltibetj wliu Juuipad 'fiuiii 111
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Have your cake, muffins, and tea: bis-
cuit home-made. They will be fresher,
cleaner, more tasty and wholesome.
Royal Baking Powder helps the house v
.wife to produce at home, quickly and eco-
nomically, fine and tasty cake, the raised ;
crisp" cookies, crullers, crusts and
muffins, with which the ready-made food
found at the ; bake-shop or grocery does '
Royal is the greatest ofbake-day helps
OVAt AKN POWMII 0O. NIW VOftlfc ;
window at th direction of Pollner, sus
tained fracture at tha spin and also
received a, severe gash over tha right
eye.- When aha was taken to tha hos
pital an. anaeath.tlc waa administered
and her back was put In a plaater caat
She recovered consciousness In a alight
degree thla morning, but 'all aha could
aay waa: t , ' - ' -
. "I am tired of lying in this poaltlon.
( Bha repeated thla many times.
Bead Men Prom British Columbia.'
John -A. Gore, who la staying at th
Van Dusen residence next to th Ill-
fated hotel, stated that he talked with
the two men who were burned to death
just a short time before, they retired,
that they looked Ilk farmers, and that
judging from th appearance of their
hand they had just left off hard work
to spend a vacation at the exposition.
The men told me that they resided In
British Columbia some distance from
Vancouver." aaid Mr. Gore. "They came
to the hotel yesterday morning and had
arranged to stay several daya; they had
planned to take breakfast and dinner at
tha hotel ,but aald they wauld get their
luncheon outside. .
"Tha taller waa about feet t Inches
In height. ; Ha wore a atrlped shirt and
dark cloths and had a heavy mus
tache. Hla companion appeared to be
about tt year old, was smooth faced, of
dark complexion, light eyea and wore a
biaok eult. Tha oorners of hla mouth
turned up slightly, while hla nostrils
war prominent, , ' '
, Deputy Coroner Arthur Finley searched
the rooms occupied by the dead men,
but waa unable to find anything to Iden
tify- the men. He found several tin
types of the smaller and younger of the
two. - Scraps of a Canadian Paclflo rail
way ticket receipt, which are supposed
to be given by a conductor of that road
aa a receipt for tlcketa taken' up; the
coupon waa "Form-177 ana also con
tained tha numbers. "41444"; It had
been punched so aa to ahpw plainly the
nam "Csrlln," a station on the Cana
dian Pacific, ' , '...;.., V.,,-,... -.';
-' Mr. Harper Story. ,''
Mrs. la Harper, who had charce of
the hotel, waa badly burned about the
faoa. It was largely due to her her-rlsm
that the loss Of life rs not greater.
Aa soon aa aha had beri awakared and
waa told that tha bui'dlng waa on flre
she rushed upstairs, arvl knowing wher
th guests war sleeping, called them.
She stated that the two unknown men
were called aa were the others, but Is
of the opinion that after coming out
Into. the hall they went back to their
rooms to save their property and war
destroyed. .As no register was kept Mrs.
Harper does not remember the names
of the men whoa Uvea were loat - -
"Just aa soon aa -1 waa called by
Pollner I ran up stairs,' aald' Mrs.
Harper.. "There were Ave people Bleep
ing there, and I knew wher their rooms
were.- All were, called. There waato
flre at all In the front of the hotel when
I called, but by the time I had epreed
the alarm the whole building waa
ablaae, and I barely had time to jump
from th second story and save myself.
"Rocky MeCloud, a waiter at th
hotel, and myself werethe only persons
wno Slept aown stairs. Miss LUDei was
the only woman In tha house beside
myself . ' -1
Yesterday morning our hotel waa full
of lodgera, but nearly air left In the
afternoon. We. had a great many ateady
boarders who did not room at the hotel.
many of the exposition firemen being
among these." - - -
aatU Againat tha Iwl.. J,
Tha State Room 'Inn waa ona of tha
fllmslty constructed buildings to which
Th Journal called attention last spring
st tha time It wsa erected, and which
tha - building - Inspector and Battalion
Chief Young of the flre department de
clared waa a veritable flretrap.. An In-
Tne personnel of . th heada of tha
traffic department of . th Harrlman
lines In thla city was an Important con
sideration tn tha reorganisation an
nounced yesterday by The Journal. Th
freight traffic department of both the
Southern Paclflo and "the Oregon-waii-road
at Navigation company hare been
conducted,. It la aald, along- admirable
but dlstlnotlv lines, both successful In
business-getting. To combine the la
ments of success for the benefit of both
roads haa been the aim of , Traffic Di
rector fltubba. y . ' ' ' . ' .
"Coman is tha friend-maker; MUier ta
the rata man." aald a Chicago Official,
discussing the Impending change a few
week ago, when it waa la tne neouious
stage. "What wa want la to get coman
Into cloaer touch with the wnoie oust
neas public and let Miller devote mor
attention to' th rat situation. The
gratst results will be achieved by
them In these rolea. while th passan-
er business of the state will be leas
complicated with tha combined lines In
ena passenger department uner Mr.
Craig." '.-. '. ;
The Harrlman management foresees
strenuous time In th transportation
business In tha - Paclflo northwest, and
la trimming Its salla In tha most care
ful manner. There baa been a reorgan
isation la tha trafflo department of th
Northern Paclflo and th Great north
ern and each road ia seeking to make
Its buslnees department moat affectlv
In this territory. Portland la recognised
aa th storm center of . futur : rail
transportation on thla coast. The
Northern Pacific haa not yet played tta
strong card, but tha play will not b
much, longer withheld. It will com
from tha operating . department. The
Milwaukee le heading for Portland with
all Its energy and tha North weatern'e
weather aye ta kept eteadny on thla
port. Tha Gould aystem haa no Inten
tion of stringing Its raila to Baa Fran
cisco without . throwing out a Una of
steel to Portland and tha aound.
The Paclflo northwest will. It la aald,
b th most interesting railroad chess
board Inr thla country during- th next
five years, with not las than half a
dosan railroad president playing .th
game. . - -,t:x- . '
Tha- reorganisation of tha " Harrlman
trafflo department haa been under con
sideration sine th coming of P. C
Stohr, assistant trafflo director, to thla
coast last spring. . Ona of Mr. Btohr's
Brat dutie. after hla appointment by
Mr. Btubba, waa ta makea.atudy of the
situation of the 'field-tn tha Paclflo
northwest, with a view to strngthnlng
tn business scramble between Mr. Haa-.
riman and his ancient enemy, Mr, Hill. I
- Paul" Shoup, who ' is . appointed aa-
Blatant general freight - agent, comes
from' Ban Jose, wher ha waa. -district
freight .agent, of the Southern -Paclflo.
W. D. Skinner, named aa third assistant
general jfreight agent, has-been chief
clerk la Mr. Miller1 a offloa.
OR. STRONG TO SPEAK v t
- AT WHITE TEMPLE
- Dr. Joslah Btrong, the noted preacher
and author who haa bean speaking at
tha civics conference, will preach morn
ing and vnlng at th Whit Tempi
Sunday. Thla will b th laat oppor
tunlty the people of Portland will have
to hear, thla gifted specialist on this
visit to Portland. His morning them
will b. "I Our Civilisation Chrlstlanr
At night. . "A New Interpretation of
Christianity and th New. Civilisation."
Dr. B rougher - will preside. Special
solos will be 'sung by Mlaa Kathryn
Schofleld of Boston, Maaaachuaetta, J.
Hampton-and Mrs. Anna Selkirk Nor
ton of thla city. - , ;Y . , t
Obaervasory Tower th Plaae t See
L aow-lapped Mo-aataOma. . .
Within If minutes-rid of the hotels,
away up In the sky. Is located tha Lewis
and Clark Observatory, 1,000 Teet above
tha city. ' From thla great height th
visitor will ace th greatest eight of hi
Ufa. he hss seen nothing equal to It
crossing tha continent. FIv great snow-
clad mountain peaks ranging In height
from 10,000 to 14,600 feet and from 0
to 100 milea distant Add to this th
panorama of ' tha great ' Columbia and
Willamette valleys and tn city of Port
land, with Its numaroua surrounding
towns, and you. have a ecene "which will
never be effaced from your memory.
Take Portland Heights cars and get off
at Hawthorne Terrace. Electrlo elevator.
Admission,: lOorDpatrtm l pt -av-r-.
ARE YOU COINO EAST? 4 :
It So, Larn About th Very Low O.
' . ' R.4H..8ili.-',v
L.nt.mtk " ' ant'l ' tha A. Tt.
m. m iara on sale very low rata long
time tickets eaat account I.'. O. O. F.
grand lodge Beating,, miiaaeipnis, ra.
Paytlculars by asking at city ticket of
fice, .Third, and. .Washington street,
Portland. '' - ' ' ' ''
mad. h tha authorities
" - - .
i . finished knd it was dis
covered that the building ordinance wa
flagrantly violated. . -
"This was one of tha buildings with
- i-w - Ki mn murk trouble laat
spring." said Chief Young thla morning
Af ter It waa . nearly finished wa die-
. ... -t . - . . i a
COVered tnai It WH inori u mnuar auu
we had consldersble difficulty In fore
ingjthe owner to reinforce the structure
In order ta rtiaar Tt ewt
-tt m, nf thoa bulldlnaa which
had but few safeguards against fire, but
ther wa notning we couia uw r in.
city'bullding ordinance does not apclfy
. and hallway and other
means of ascapa necessary In such : a
atruature. T"" oroinancw oniy
Mitt and BtaJrwava and
fire escapee on buildings of thre storle
or mor." . - : '
Th building permil was gram
u... a t( w. Van Alatih and th
tructur waa ta coat 11,100. .11 wa
designated aa a temporary structure,
Willi thw linavniBiiuini tm . wvuiq
t nsed at th ' cIom .of tlf fair. . j
; Ho you ftatiii that you are only, two thouMnd miles or five days journey from the Ha
waiian Islands,' the farthest habitable west of the United States, and that a better opportunity
to see this MID-SEAS WONDDRLAND never will be presented? yr : ; .
.JJ7G JOURNAL: PAYS -ALL EIIPENOES
? The trip is a summer voyage STODDARD called ft floating to Paradise on an even
keel," and not once in twenty times is the sea so rough that table. racks are necetsary. In fact,
ordinarily, an orange placed on a table would not change position from the GOLDEN GATE
to DIAMOND HEAD) . The vessels are. of the newest type, largest sise, the most improved
accommodations And at the epd of your journey is a climate the most equable In the world,
and a series of sights which rival the wonder a of Europe and America. ,, ; .-;' ,V '., ,-:
y: ) ;' v-. V-' - :-J i i i i-"' t '-'' " ' ':- ' 4"; r T,,.,
v VILL YOU BE. ONE, QF THEM?
' Certainly no other side 'trip promises' such a variety of views, such health-giving and re
freshing change of scene, and will repay you so many-fold for vour visit.
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MISS LURA BATY, 340 San Rafael Steeet.,,--
MISS MINNIE S. PHILLIPS, Deputy Clerk Circuit Court.. 9,601
MISS GRETCHEN KURTH, Telephone Operator Portland Hotel. . . . , . . . - 3,988
MISS SADIE WINTERMANTLE, City Dye Works .'..v...,;..'... .,.....;.:.. .. 3,893
MISS EDITH BERN, 248 Stark Street...!.;. .......... ...i...,.;3,76T
MISS BESS SHARON, 210 East Thirtieth Street ....................... ,V..:. ' 2,640
MISS RUTH LEE, 553 Hood Street... 2,429
MISS LUCY GOULD, Telephone Operator Oregon Hotel . . .V. ...... . . ',. . . 238
MISS SALLIE MADIGAN, 547 Flanders Street ..........il.,........;...V..;.:..;283
MISS CORA TOLLY, 753 First Street...,;...;;...;.'..,. .........a.. 1,684
MISS GENEVIEVE HOLMES, 354 Harrison Street 1,678
MISS MARION LEAHY, Woodard, Clark Drug Company ;...,;. ..;........ ...... 1,561
MISS MARGARET SMITH, 146 Fourteenth Street .............. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . , . 1,334
MISS HENRIETTA WINKLEMAN. 407 East Couch Street; ...... . .... . . . . . 1,218
MISS NELLIE MUNGER, 556 Raleigh Street ...... ...;M;........t.. V 1152
MISS BURSE REDDICK, Oregon City. . . . . . . . . . , . . . ..... . 1,016
MISS IRENE HIGGINS, 665 Everett Street.. .;.....; ,...V .............. 1,006
MISS ELSA GRIESEL, 805 East Thirty-First Street ............. ' 925
MISS LOUIE WEISENBACHER, Perkins Cigar Stand . . . ;. . . i . . ....... , . ...... 810
MISS SOPHIE OLSON, 298 Ivy Street. . , i . . .. . . I . ....';... 60
MISS ALVA HULVERT, St Johna. , . . . . . .;. .... ... .... . r.Vtr.Y. .......... . . . . . ' 30
MISS LAURA A.1DERBYSHIRE, 680 Water Street;. .....;,....;..;..,.......;. v 10
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MISS MOLLY PROEBSTEL, La Grande, Oregon ;. 'Vi . . i . .. I ..... ; . . .. 2,856
MISS RUBY WHITTEMORE, Pendleton, Oregon ,;'k. ;........... . 250
MISS AGNES FLETCHER, Pendleton, Oregon . . . .' . . . . . .... . . . . ........ : 150
MISS EMILIE CROSSEN, The Dalles, Oregon : ... .... .. . . . ... ..Y. . . ;. ,.'..;... ' ,400
!MISS MYRTLE BRATTON. Baker City. Oregon J.U....;..V.. .;..;...;. , ;150;
MISS ETHEL BARTON, Baker City, Oregon ...o....... .... v.. ................ , 100
MISS GERTRUDE TICE, Baker City, Oregon . '. V, . . . . . . .... ........:.,... ;;'75
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MISS AMELIA WILUAMS, Kelso, Washington ..... .V. . ... at.,....'... . 3f,293'k
- r (Voting Place, Kelso Confectionery Store.) :'-;..-":-'- y-t-Tr"; ,:" "" "T:
MISS KATHERINE GORE, Kalama Washingtdn .... ..... , . . . ; i ; . . . .;". ,1,685
rVotintr Place. Kalama. G. W. Cofifev's Store.)
MISS FLORENCE V. HEAVREN,: Vancouver, Waslimgton . . . . . . . . . .
, - (Voting Place, .Vancouver, 613 Main Street.) .; . l-'r ;,..v
MISS LIZZIE VEATCH. Cotuge Grove, Oregon .V.;.,.
MISS MARY DAVIDSON,-Salem, Oregon.;. 1011
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MISS BEfcTHA COURTEMAnCHE, McMinnville, Oregon'., ;?.V;r. 'S, .V. ... -i 1,874
(Voting Place, McMinnville," S. P. Houtter's Store;)"'1., V 1 v . ..
MISS MINNIE "ROY, Dallas, Oregon, . . . . . ...... i . ; , ... ... . .... ........ . 759
MISS MARIE HOSTETLER, Hillsboro, Oregon ...,........V.;.;.m;...;..o. ; 274
MISS ROSALE C. HOLSHEIMER, Beavertoii,Oregon.t-V;.v,f.;i;;vr;T.;'r.'.',r.'sTx "41
JV1ISS LILLIAN WEBSTER,; Philomath, Oregon .............. , . . . . , ... . . v ' 17
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MISS EDNA PARSLEY, Roseburg. Oreeon. . . .V. '. . . . . . ... , . . . -; .......
MISS DALE HARMON, Roseburg, Oregon.; . . .. .. ... . . v . . ; f ',' ' ' , 1
" (Voting Place, Hamilton Drug Storcf.V' v' . " ': . , . ' ' N
: MISS LOUISE T.-JONES,' JacksonvilleOregon 11 r.r;7;f .Vt . r;..T. .. . .TlTly.;. t -7 "
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