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THE -OREGON SUNDAY JOURHAi; PORTLAND. SUNDAY HORNING." NOVEMBER - 12.-18C5,
F BY GOMS
Attempt to B Made at Coming
!' Session of Congress to Ad--'
mlt Coolie Labor.
Will be laden with a heavy load cf
good things this year. It must be
substantia! and- you want it con
CHINESE BOYCOTT PART
. OF CAPITALISTS', PLANS
Subtlt Conspiracy Being Worked Up
to Let Down the Bart for Chineie
... --Hqpe to Modify and Then Nullify
i Present National Policy. ' .
. . . ir
(8pcil Dispatch by Less Win to The JwimI)
V New York. Nov. 11. President Barauel
Oomper of tb American Federation of
Labor today Issued an official etate
. ment, giving- warning of an attempt to
"be made at the coming session of eon
' greaa to allow millions of Chinese coolie
laborers to flood the country. Mr. flom-
pers requests the t.000,000 members of
, the . American Federation bf Labor to
take united action to bring' about the
' rigid exclusion of the coolies. Mr. Com
pere' statement is In part: t : .
. There, seems to b well-defined
policy of interested parties to induce
-congress, in Its forthcoming session, to
let down the bars. to. the hordes of
Chtneta coolie laborers so that they may
come Into the United States and its
- 4 "The Chinese are unasslmilable. Tbelr
civilisation is entirely at variance with
that of the American people. - The Chin-
- cse and Caucaaslans cannot live, prosper
and. progress side by side. The whole
history of Chinese Immigration to any
country on the , face of the globe in
appreciable numbers . has demonstrated
this time and time again. It has been
demonstrated on the Paclflo coast, in
the Bandwioh Islands and in tb Philip
. ',- "The economical, social, religious and
political life of our entire peopla Is at
suite, and they will not tamely submit
o a .false sentiment to please the few
' sordid profit-mongers who for a mone
tary gain would endanger the future of
our republic -
"The soicalledV Chinese boycott of
American products, the activity of the
sugar- planters -of -Hawatt who have
- evinced -their love for the Chinese, th
subtle acts pursued ln""certaln quarters
by employers, all bear the stamp of a
.'.carefully concerted plan to modify, with
the hope of ultimately nullifying, the
' entire policy of the American' people to
. keep the Chlnoeer from 'coming to any
- place whertt our flag files. .
. Th bars must not and will not b
let down to the Chines.1 -, :
CANNOT COMPEL PUPILS
i I XTO BE ! VACCINATED
-t l-r- (gprelil Dler-arch W The Journal.)
8alcm, Or., Nov. 11. Attorney-Gen-
v eral Crawford today rendered an opln-
7 TOjrarrTBCTfquestrorth state "board-ot
health holding that tb board has no
authority to compel children to be vao
ctnated before they can be admitted to
(he pu,bl!o schools. Th attorney-gen-
oral snys that th clause of th statute
Treating the board, which gives th
- board general supervision of th health
. of the iat!los not authorise th board
to make vaccination a qualification for
; admlnslon- to th public schools unless
there is danger . of an cpldemlo of
SmaUpox. ,-" .
: RETURNS WITH WEALTH :
Senator HeybunuFeels Bitter Over
1 Land Fraud Investigations, a. Pub
lished by Numerous Papers.
TO WAITING SWEETHEART
: . . y
(Special Dispatch to The Joernal.) :
" Helena, Mont., Nov. 11. With a draft
on Chicago for $&4,000, Hugo Wilson has
.reached Helena after an absenc of sev
eral yeara,. en route to Milwaukee to
marry the girl of his choice. Flv years
ago Wilson became-betrothed, but her
parents 'objected 'or! .account of hU'elr
cftmfttances, and he started weet search
ing a fortune, -the girl promising to wait,
tie earn to Montana, but soon afterward
went to Alaska.- For ' many years he
tolled diligently and suffered hardships,
but nnaHy has become possessed of soma
raylSar claims. ... - ' -
u MJtCMETiSM tN HE JIT .
k V FROM ELECT RICtTY
'under tbe maeaiesjent ef Dr.' end atr.
!. "A. Klsbeth, tbe aew sanitarium at
41 Morrison street, has estaMlahed Itself
t permanent Portland institution. W Ith
therr treatment br Biafnetleai la beat
from electricity tbelr success has been
well adTertlaed by patients cored bf this
Special treatment, without the nee ef drn
or hnlfs, and tbelr practical sad nsrarsl
nethodt hare appealed to tbe latelllgeat
sertloa ef tbe comemnlty.
NO DRUGS OR KNIFE USED ;
Head "tbe following hHrtlmonlal from
TepUtStlDIi: 1 J-'-,"J-.. : ,
- I highly reeomiaend Prof. Htsbetb to tbe
EuMI m a adept In relieving people by
la Swedish Method ef almost aU Chronl
Diseases, t know whereof I am epeaaln-.
ILt Ins employed bin la my own ohetluai
esse ..r (.amtMiro of 90 years'-ataadlng and
tenacious drooaioal eonrtltkin, end alao pre
eerlWng his treatment for other with great
results. I find Prof. Nlsbeth superior to sll
wuom I hare tried. I as) about welt.
Ji. B. WHITI'ORI), M. D Butte, Moat.
PATIZVTS TtXATKS AT TSXIB HOMIS
, Tt SXSIKXO. OOirSVLTATIOaT FBXS.
tl and MRS. N. A. NlSDETH
'. Teatk anl Xlarmta. Pheae Xaei lSt.
Nathan Morris, Accused of Inspiring the Murder of Susan Geary, Whose Dismembered Body Was Packed
: , in a Suitcase Sketched on His' Arrival In Boston," a Prisoner. - : r
DUBOIS SEES TURN
III THE tide;
Idaho Senator Discusses. Polit
v ical Outlook' as Result of.-.
- ' Upheavals., 'o .
HAS AROUSED PEOPLE
v' fhMi.l fMm!. o fea XonraaLl
Boise, Idaho, Nov. 11. la thai result
nt T... V'a aiMtion Senator Fred . T.
Dubois a-e turn In the tide which
will return htm to the United states
senate when th legislature of Idaho
meets a year from next January. He
said today: .
"Official corruption In high places has
aroused th people to th necessity of
a general smaamng . 01 mniii
wherever they eaist. In Bait Lake they
had the sam contest that is coming In
nw waa ThM it mi a flaht
of American citizens against th Mor
mon Church ana tn cuisens inunoa i
victory. The Mormons always support
.v. i.n farts until thev destroy
I. W- - w
it by making it an adjunct to th hler-
archy. in laano tney navo vtboiom h
ruling spirit of the .tcepuDiicanj orgm
Hi. atVeot la seen In the DO
Icy pf th present Stat admlnlstrattoBv
Kormons Xlaetoa roooing.
"Governor Gooding owes his nomlna-
.. . .win ta tha Mormon vote.
In return b has been generous In his
appointments to office) from members
ig Jhat oryanlgatlon.
9g boards havTntf f epWTtTOfC
1,110 vwiirj" - . . m
although not a single ooy or gin o
Mormon parentage can be found in tbe
- ...kiu iii.fttlnnAl Inst itiit Ion a of
uiU.r uwMw ' 7 7- -
th) atat. And In every department of
the Stat you WIU una aonmra via
ployes. Th recent clandestine lease of
XIO.VVV w- " " "
cat of four Mormon elders, at a much
. ... u. ...,1sra srnnM ti.Vi nald
less pn u - " i.
hta tney oeen given an uhiuhuiui w
tnr thai land, is hut One
of a number of instances of church con
. za4 rranda Xave Beaxlaff. .
m.nih thins? that will hava a areat
bearing on th lction neit year is
th. land iraua investigation.
several days in -north Idaho, and -1
m mn marh bttiarnasa as WSS
tha " recoanlsed leaders
of th Republican party. Thus far only LTj
sHamhaM aria- nna . t bli II urn iiai wm Li car 11 au-
dieted, but their friends have indus
triously elrculatea reports wnicn wiu
not only 1 indict but convict their oppo-
i - 1 w. mu.pl itf mihlln onlnlnn. if
succeeding . grand juries fall to make
good th propnesies 01 . wno
doing th talking. Th time has gone
1 MnnU ft n nat hald ta vot-
lng with the party of their faith, when
they feel that they hav been betrayed."
xeynnn wura j-oiws aina
a . tI.Kii.ii ' la 4anr1lriatl to
succeed Senator Foster of Washington
on' th commerce commutes) ok tn in
t. He argues that- Senator Piles Is
. . I n tit,uie hAiiaai nt Aanerraas
iw 11. n ... -' " -
to be appointed 10 so impvriam at wvm-
Fulton nave all of . tb committeeships
a- kl.k .m.nr .ntlt luff . Tito , rt i
Interested almost .to as great an extent
In th development or toe i;oiumoia ntn
as Washington ' or Oregon, and he be
lieves that the three state should com
bine lr the effort to make blra a mem
ber or tha commute wnicn 1 naa is
charge the river and harbor appropiia-
tlohs. '' ,
'. . b.amI A rente mt.
The Tettrrn'nf JtjBertrand-4Ti
TTnlterT States court officials ha revived
th talk of" land fraud investigations in
southern Idaho. - United States Attorney
. . . i . ft k. . V. a V MJk- v. . .1
-l.e k. , lh... la HWhlnr tn l.mll
gat In this part of th statev., At leaaf
two agents or tns intsrior oenanmsni
are busy In this section, and a taw days
ago- Inspector Capla attached a large
Quantity of logs and lumber at Council,
closing s miii. - "
Waats Kor Snips.' -
(Hneelal Ptanatck tty teased Wire te Ttie fearaal)
Washington. I). O., Nov. ll.-tiecretary
Bonaparte will appeal to congress for
mora ships for th navjr. ,
BANKS ASK TO HAVE DEEDS
OF HUBBELL CANCELLED
Wealthy Seattle Suicide's Trans-
j fer ;, to . Wife -Subject
" qf Litigation. -
(Speeisl Dispatch te Tbe Joerasl.) '
Seattle. Wash. Kov. 11 Th Bank of
California and th Seattle National bank
this afternoon filed a suit In tha supe
rior court to cancel the "deed To tZSO,
009 worth of Seattle real eaUte mad
twadaya 1ef orsr hla death by the late
Frank, B.HunbelLywho committed aul-
cld at th Washington hotel October IS.
In faror of hla bride of aig weeka, and
which was this week -filed by her. The
complaint sets forth that at in Urn
ofjils deathHubbell was Indebted to
th two Institutions about SdB.ooo, ana
he' la alleged to hav owed about as
much more. to other c realtors. It Is
alleged that UubbeU had no right to
make a dead for lov and affection when
be was lr debt.
Mrs. Hubbell's attorney tonight stated
she had offered to cancel enough of th
deeds to aettle the banks' claima, which
waa refused, on th grounds that they
should retain th property of the estate
and settle all amounta owing to all cred
itors. These are deeda in which th
word "widow" waa written and after
ward acratched out and "wife" written
FORMER PENDLETON SOCIETY
JVVOMAN WANTS DIVORCE
:cho of Switzler Scandal Heard
..Through Filing of Papers
(SneclaJ Disoatra to The Jearaal.). .
Peetdlelam On Han Ilea. As a rftlllU
of a beating given her by her nuaoana
last July, Mr a. Edwin SwlUler now of
Portland, rormeriy a prominent society
woman of Pendleton, today Sled a second
suit for divorce. Swltaler. It Is under
stood, is residing in Seattle, ills wire
filed divorce proceedings last July but
thev were Quashed and it was reported
that abe forgave him. Now ahe comes Into
court again asking separation upon tha
same rrounds ss before. She slleges
cruelty. She asks that he be restrained
from disposing of property valued at
between $15,000 and ll,000.
INDICTED FOR MURDER
OF SUITCASE VICTIM
(Special Dispatch to Tbe Joeraal.)
Colfax, Wash, Nov. 1L If anything
were needed to prova.tbat Portland's
wholesale trad Is growing tn eastern
Washington It was supplied by tha fran
tie efforts of Seattl and Tacoma whole
salera to break Into Portland'a territory
by way of the state railroad commission,
which is In session here. That the fight
ta not on mad by Individual firms or
shippers Is evidenced by the application
of the Tacoma branch of th North
Paclflo Manufacturers' Y Jobbers' asso
ciation to be Included as on of th com
plainants, and th efforts of' Seattl mer
chant to Influence tb commission. .
That these organisations and shippers
are making a tight againat natural con
ditions, which give Portland a great ad
vantage la reaching this country, waa
also clearly ahowq by tbe railroad of
ficials, traffic managers and shipping
agents who gave testimony, confirming
th claim of th Oregon metropolis that
It la ao situated geographically as to be
th natural outlet or gateway for all of
th Inland empire, which la that section
of country lying within the basins of th
Columbia and Snake rivers, and includes
one of the richest sections in the United
d maT?aT"'TTnCTr.'gr'Tiiis leciiun ars nut
(Speelal Pkipateh by Leased Wire te Tbe Journal)
.Boston. Nov. 11. Th grand Jury .to
day refused to indict Morris Nathan,
the sweetheart or susann ueary, tns
victim of th suit-case mystery. In-
dlctmentW were found against Crawford
and Howard, who are held In New Tork:
Dr. MoLeod, the Back Bay surgeon, and
Mrs. Dean, keeper of th v Wlnthrop
street house where th dancing girl
died and Waa out to piece.
Mra. Dean Is declared to be th prin
cipal in the cess and Crawford and
Howard accessories before th fact. Dr.
McLeod. Howard and Crawford are In
dicted a accessories after th ract.
Thla makes a .double finding against
th two man held by the New York
police and who w1U.J ,tradlted im
mediately. CARNEGIE LIBRARY FUND
' IS API PLY GROWING
. ' -s
am ..-.!-1 niaul )ak TVa Maas.saatl 1
1 rvjser ! iSBasa is-ea w w e r .y
Forest Grove. Or., Nov. 11. The Car
negie college library fund has now
reached mora than tlt.OOO, In a few
weeks It Is expected the required 120,000
will hav been raised. This building Is
to .bo erected In the. south west, corner of
ttm Aammia- It naa Win auaaeatsd that
th residents of the town be given aocesf
to tbe library unaer in same mnaiuo
as tha university students, nameiy, mat
k. .HtwiilM vnta a twrmanint
l- K" ' '
fund with which to defray tb water and
light expenses or the library- '
a, Johns Shop Moves.
(Sneclal PI spates to Tb JearnaL) , '
r -1 . -Kit. tlUll4 1
IVSISnWi . rnmf. . " ' -
Trimble, who formerly at St. Johns, Ore
gon, conducted a maohln shop, hav re
moved to thla plao. Thlr patronag
coming mostly from towns and Jogging
ramps on in ronims rmi, '
elded to locate la th mldst.of th work,
Railroad Men Before Commis
sion State Inland Empire Be
" longs to Rose City. ;
SOUND CITIES TRYINQ
TO STEAL HER TRADE
Complalnta on Rate Unier Inveatiga-
tion Not Mada by Palouae Peopla
butby Seattle and Tacoma Whole-
aalera Who Want Mora Buainesa.
Is the Acme of Convenience and safety. - You can extend it without disturbing the dishes
: , " no extra leaves."'. :
' A fine line of handsome Dining Room Furniture just placed on our floor and will be sold
at attractive prices. . , c . .'.:.'j'...,: V,.:
Will do that turkey to a handsome."br6wn turn.- -They are the joy , of every user. It
costs no more to get a good one and think of the convenience and saving in fuel.
We are complete house furnishers. And it takes, but a little money to start a big account.
Y72-Y7A First Street
A NEW CANDIDATE
i FDR ERLIIIIE
Appointment of Federal Judge in
egorr Expected InVery
Near FutUTw. - '
PRESIDENT AND FULJON
- TO CONFER AT ONCE
McBride, Wolverton or : Bean Are
Moat Likely Candidates With First
. as the Favorite of Senator Heney
May Be Consulted.
making any fight or protest against being
shot out of the sound markets, bnt it is
th wholesalers of those sections who art
making .th complaints.
This was brought about, aa showa by
th videno of several witnesses, by the
fact that they had lost many customers
recently, and that these customers had
notified them that they could secure
goods to bettef advantage and get quick
er shipments from Portland than from
points on Puget sound. .
Th statement of Henry Blakeley, gen
eral western traffic manager of the
Northern Paclflo, with headquarters at
Tacoma, made before the commission
under oath today, was significant. Mr.
Blakeley said: "I dislike to admit It,
but th aervlo over th O. R. N. com
pany's lines Is superior to our own, and
I will stake my reputation aa a trafflo
man that routings from sound points via
Portland to points In eastern Washing
ton on ths O. R. A K. are superior and
quicker" than via Spokane."
Mr. Blakeley then explained that geo
graphical conditions made Portland th
natural gateway for all of this section.
1 i ,.rmmmmmm 1 1
' 2T lbs, 180 lbs. .
MBS. a WILLIAM. S84 milcott B Buffakt,
Xoe laj weight.. ,rf poonds
lVeea fcafr swe.-rr; rtrrrftsrr - tnckes
Zst la w4aa. 10 tnoke
tosl ta hips . ...SO laches
This picture flees ye an'de ef my appear.
a nr. bafors and after air rediictlo br Ir.
Rigrder. Mr health Is perfect. I Barer eujore
setter keslta la my life, not a wrinkle to be
seen. Why earrr ywir burden kiafef whs
relief f at kaadf
lr. Sjnr(tr suaranteee his treatment to be
Berfeetly harwleea Is eeere- fartlnlai. Ke.
eierrlae, ae starrlnf ce alaeomrnrtav IT. Snrder
has hMa s epertallst la tbe snreeaerul treat:
mat of efcMlty ue the neat 23 raars, and hae
the aauaalloed enrtoraement of the ejedloal rra
Hmttr. A hoohlet telling ell about It (res.
O. W. P. .SNYDER, M. D. 7
S1S ICarejuam Bldg. Sixth aad Morrisoa
Streeta, roraiaad, Oreeroa. ' .
ItTaltighly probabla that a, TJnltd
Rtatea district luda for Oregon Will
be appointed within th next 10 or IS
daya. .. ' :
When ftenatnr FnltOB Waa last In
Washington ta waa told jr President
Roosevelt that no appointment would bo
mada without further oonferenoe with
him. Fulton will leave thla week for
the capital and expects to arrive there
about November 20. In accordance with
h tmnMm.nt mantlonad ha will Seek
an Immediate conference with th pres
ident ana there is gooa reason to oa-
llev that th appointment wui do maae
rnrTner mum or lime.
Strona recresentations hav been made
to tho president aa to the groat publlo
inconvenience which has already re
sulted becaue of th delay In filling
thia vaoancy on the district bench, lie
has been anxious to make an appoint
mentr but the choice of an appointee
has not been. easy. It la th general be
lief that th office will go either to
Judge McBride, Justice Bean or Justice
Wolverton, though some aara nors may
yet capture tha prise. While McBride Is
Fulton's first choice, h would make no
objection to either Bean or Wolverton,
both of whom ho has Indorsed aa fully
qualified for the office.
Francis J. -Heney left San Francisco
for Washington last week and It ta pos
sible that ho may be consulted before
tb appointment la . made, though the
merits of th candidate hav already
been pretty thoroughly discussed.
Honey's Immediate buslnesfJn Washing
ton la to arrange for the further pros
ecution of th Benson-Hyde' cases and
for the trial of Congressman Hermann.
Senator Fulton will also Jake up with
the sresldent , the matter Of ths va
cancies - In ' the Roseburg land of floe.
There la no doubt that tho aenator will
demand that Secretary Hitchcock com
ply with Roosevelt's instructions ami
preeent In writing his objections to th
appointment of O. B. Hegardt ar re
ceiver of tho offic. Considerable per
sonal feeling . has developed between
Fulton and Hitchcock, and thla appoint
ment may 'provoke a clash.
MONTANA MAN ACCUSED -OF
MURDER IS FREED
- - (Snedal Disoeteh e The Jearsal.t
Helena, Mont., Nov.' 11. Representing
himself to bo the personal agent of the
Rothschilds snd through his marriage to
th widow of a former president of Ar
gentine, with money In any amount for
Investment In mines, J. P. Walker In-
grettated--himself -tnto-tho good grace
of operatives near Boulder end it 1
charged . under pretense of making
thoroguh tests by taking carload ship
ments to th smelter secured th pro
oeeds from the sale of the or then dis
appeared, csrrylng th watch of a min
owner, v .
Walker has been arrested at Mllford.
Utah, and Governor Toole hae Issued a
requisition for his return.
' Big Demaad few BaUa. - -
(Steels! ttstat -h b Leased Wire te The tan-salt
. Chicago, Nov. II. Unprecedented de
mand for rails has orowded every plant
in th country with orders enough to
keep, them going for two years.
FEED YOUR CHILDREN WISELY
HE growing boy or girl, romps. : away. : ;
more vitality than the averaare man uses -
5--UD in a day's application , to business.
'School teachers know that many children who
play- the - hardest on thtj, school - grounds ap
pear listless and inattentive ' in the school
room-' Ninety-nine times out Of a hundred it
: will be found that such children are fed too .
: much meat, a food which' stimulates muscular
: action but which is of little value in building
: gray and white brain cells. , -
Meat does stimulate. It produces muscular
vigor just for the time, but its effect is not -abiding.
The growing child, whose instinct '
is to run and play, will use up a lot of energy.
People will say, "What a lively youngster."
But how is he getting along in school? ""Do
. his monthly report cards show that his work
" is up to the standard. If his school work is
acceptable, is he paying the price of headaches,
nervousness and irritability for his study F If
any of those things are noticeable, the little
human engine is being fed with the wrong
t fuel. The growing child needs little or no "
meat. , There is nothing in a meat and potato
and coffee diet which feeds brain and nervous
. tissue. The growing brain needs phosphates
in available form. There are practically no
phosphates in mrat or wliitradrojatocs
The oat is tremendously rich in phosphates
but unfortunately those phosphates are hard to
get at. First of all the tough outer covering
f the oat must be removed every single husk,
because they are as indigestible as a baseball
cover. The little starch granules of the oat -kernel,
wherein all the food elements of the
grain are kept, has a tough, fibrous envelope
similar to that of the whole oat. If this little
envelope is suddenly heated it becomes hard,
just ara piece of leather becomes hard when
placed too near the fire. The new Ralston
cereal roaster heats the oat by degrees and as
a result the tough little starch covering be
comes soft. A second cooking bursts the en
velopes and all the rich food elements of oat -starch
are ready for eating and eas digestion.
The tiny baby's digestion is equal to the task
of digesting Ralston Health Oats. The school
boy or girl wh& plays' too much and studies too
little needs Rajstoiv Health Oats. The boy or
girl who is growing rapidly and whose develop
ing bone and. muscle consumes nourishment at
the expense of the brain, needs Ralston Health
Oats. ;'. 'v - .- .:
The growing brain and the working brain
and the -worrying brain need Phosphates.
Phosphates is the (rod of the . mental and
nervous system. Ralston Health Oats are rich
in, easily digested Phosphates. The starch
part of Ralston Health Oats has a definite high
food value. Starch for bone and muscle and
phosphates for the brain. Both found abun
dantly in Ralston Health Oats. -
" Three things to remember about Ralston
nieanhOateDeTicidusly" different Uste,
"Easy digestibility" and "High Brain and
Brawn food value." Try Ralston on yourself
ee how much better you feel Try Ralston
qn your children see. how much better they
do in schooj. . '; - 1
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