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DAILY JOUr.IIAU PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING.
NOVEMBER- 13, 1803.
...J " -.Ji W BBS
LiST BATTLE FOR
FOHTY YEARS PASTOH
OF EUGEf.E CHUT.CH
HELPED TO STEAL
(Rpoelal Dl.patrh to The Joaraal.)
Eugene, Or.. Nov. 11. K-v. C. A.
Wooliey of this city recently closed bis
fortieth year aa pastor of the Kugone
Cumberland Presbyterian church. A
- Sec tKc
: The Peer
Coming Congress to Struggle
Over President's Plan , to
. Extend Federal Power. ...
Montana Governor Issues Requi
sition Upon North Dakota for
Mayor of Williston. . .
S , sHBBgsgas-sSsfesBTsasasaTBaBSBS '
OFFICIAL DISPOSED OF
- ANIMALS FOR BANDITS
-or a New;
Hat Free b!
TO HAVE GOVERNMENT
RIGHT MANY i WRONGS
Hata M $3.C0
Roosevelt's Message Vigorous in
Treatment of Railroad Question,
; t Insurance Control and Other Mca.
; .ures for Federal "Intervention. .
Can; of Rustlers Ihduded Prominent
Citiiens of Two Sutes, Including
. Federal and Sut OffkialtT-Stock-raisers
to Prosecute. . :,
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t - Kev. C A. Woolley.
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t t (Joarsal 'Special Srvlot.)
Washington, D. C. No. 1J. Lines
i ar rapidly being- drawn (or contest
y or series, of contests in tha fifty-ninth
consrcaa ovsr tha axtanalon of federal
. power and Us centralisation la . Washing-ton.
It Is Inevitable that President
. Roosevelt's Idea of giving; the national
. government mors power, to be lodged in
ths bands of the president or his ap
pointees, will arous antagonism In ths
senate and perhaps in the house, and
. (his antagonism muat be overcome if
t he reforms planned by Rooeevelt art
to be attempted. This will probably be
1 ths last stand for stats rights, mad In
this country should the president win
The annual message Kf the president,
now being written, is said to bristle
with" recommendations for righting by
federal power many things which ar
: declared wrong. He is rigorous, it is
said, in bis treatment of .ths railroad
' question, end this is merely extending
ths powers of. the interstate commerce
commission, to say when a rats is ra
- sonabl In commerce between suites and
- to enforce that rata. -
: Roosevelt is expected to make reeom
; mendatlons bringing 'private car llnea
engaged in interests t commerce withis
- the same restrictions. He will probably
renew recommendations for a federal
; license or charter for all corporations
' engaged in any business in more than
one stats; also m proposal . for federal
?. control and Investigation of life Insur
ance companies on the asms Una. -
It only require an ela.bors.tloa at this
to include firs insurance and liability
companies, trust companies and invest-
msnt and mining companies.
- In ths same direction is a movement
-for a Tiartonat employers' liability jaw.
Of a similar tendency, though on
broader lines, is .. the Ban to Domingo
treaty still pending, -which gives this
. government the right to supervise for-
- elgn debts 'and pay foreign claims of
disorganised American republics. ,
V. ' Xalargln Chun a.
(Special Plapatrt te Toe Jearaal.)
Sllverton. Or.. Nov. is. An addition
Ja being built to the Methodist Episco
pal church.' . New seata have eeh pur1
I chased and the general appearance' snd
rapacity of ths building will b 4Cid
: edly improved. .
. "I owe my whole life to Burdock
Blood Bitters. Scrofulous sores covered
my body. 1 seemed beyond cure. B. H.
K. has made me a perfectly neLLwom-
an. Mrs. Chaa. Mutton, Berviu. Mien.
short time ego the church was con'
solldated with the- old school Presby.
terian church of thla city and ths ven
erable paator who Jiad so long served
his congregation was compelled to seek
labor in. other fields. He Is now pastor
of the Albany Cumberland Presbyterian
church, making . the trips to that city
from bis home her regularly every
Sunday.. . e y. ...
STATE MAY. ASSUME V
CHARGE OF RESERVE
' (Special Dtapatcb te The Journal.) .
' Pendleton, Or.,- Nov. . II. Tho ques
tion of the stats courts 'having Juris
diction over the Indian reservations has
sgaln been brought np. sine the arrival
of Major Edwards, th ' new . superin
tendent and agent at the .Umatilla
reservation. Major Edwards ststea thst
it may be possible that the reservation
will be taken under ths state authority
and in that case all minor offenses
would be tried before the' Justice of the
peace and those of a more serious na
ture before ths circuit court, instead of
before 1th federal judge in Portland.. -
District. Attorney Phelps declined to
taka- any Jaction toward assuming
Jurisdiction on the reservation, as under
a decision Of the Oregon supreme court.
given in the Columbia , George case, it
whs. held that the federal and not the
state courta have Jurisdiction, . but in
the light of the United States supreme
court It is ths opinion or many at
torneys that th decision should have
been the reverse or what it wiuL, a no
th stat courts given tha Jurisdiction.
. wishing Is Foor.
' (Special Dlapax-ta ty The Joqrsaf.)
Rainier, Or.. Nov. 13. The fishing;
this fall, owing to the clear" weather,
is not quite ss good as last yer. Th
only fish worth selling for table us
Is ths ateelhead salmon. A great many
Inferior salmon, known as dog Salmon,
are caught sndSffntto th- esnneriesi
but these fish bring a very Iqw price. .
(joaraal Special Service.)
Helens, Mont., Nov. ia. Governor
Joseph K. Toole has Issued requisition
upon the governor of North Dakota for
th return to thla stat of Mayor W.
H. Denny of Williston., North Dakota,
who Is wanted In connection .with th
alleged gigantic bora thefts. Denny
was arrested at Williston St the instance
of tha Montana authorltlea but was dis
charged at bis preliminary examination
in that city. -
Montana - authorities, however, aay
that' thev bava Indisputable evldenc
against Denny and . will endeavor to
bring him to trial in Valley county. .
. A member of the alleged gang, which
Is declared by th Montana authorities
to include a number of residents of
northeastern Montana and northwestern
North Dakota, -including at least one
government official and others In orn
clal life, was killed in a duet with In
spector Hall, and on his person were
found incriminating letters sgalnst Den
ny and others referred to above. ' Judge
Tattan has ordered thst Hall b placed
under arrest on the- charge of murder
in order that he may be legally exoner
ated. It Is alleged that the so-called gang
has stolen mors thsn 1.008 animals and
that because of their perfect plana for
handling th plunder, through a. system
of keeping it under cover, has been able
to . dlspos of th whole to owners of
small farms in both states st handsome
figures sfter th matter bad "blown
over."' -.,.' t . v .
The government official referred to
admits' that b dlsposed-of - not a few
animals, but that be did so in good faith,
simply acting as an agent. Th Mon
tana Stockgrower association - is be
hind th movement snd has spent a
considerable sum in running down .the
alleged wholesale thieves.
Ths requisition papers for Denny were
forwarded today by Mayor R. R. Puree!!
of Helena, chief counsel for the stpakv
growers' association and will b Im
mediately taken to Bismarck by Sheriff
Griffiths. !-.;. - . , '
V Saspsota Baadon Jrsetorlsa. ,.
(Special Dispatch te The Jmuraal.)
; Bandon, Or.iNov,7li.--p. p. Hoff,
state comroiaaloner of labor and factory
Inspector, was in Bsndon this week
inspecting'' the various manufacturing
Industries hers. ' Hs makes close not
of the various mills and .factories and If
sny part of th machinery looks dan
gerous for workmen h Orders". th de
feet - covered orsaf egua rdd . so aa to
protect employes from injury. '
, . JL.;"..
for ther far-famed YOUIylANS alwavs r a leader
,;: where style and quality axe factors. New shapes in Silks, ,
'..Operas and Derbies. . ' .v''V-'''' .-?., :''
91.70 SPECIAL 'The best hat at moderate price in the city.
; All he fashionable shades and shapes. K i
s . r ,sk I
The Greatest Clothing House in the Northwest. -
I IT 1.
17EALTHY MAN FORCED WIFE
TO WORK AS FARM HAliD
Husband Throw Water . on
; , Spouse and Scalds . Her .
. r: With Hot Tea.
-(Journal SpadU lervlea.) .
Helena Mont., Nov. ll AJleglng thai
ber husband, desplts ths fact that h U
possessed of large livestock and busi
ness interests in Fergus county, com
pelled her to work aa an ordinary farm
hand, that h . drove her from their
horn snd on on occasion attempted t
drown iher, all within four months aftei
their marriage in Kansas City, March
2 r last. May me E. Porter has broughl
suit in ths district court for an abso
lute divorce from Charles E. Porter of
Th complaint avers thst bef or .the
honeymoon was two weeks old ths de
fendant forced her to work in ths fields
ss a farm hand, and at times without
food. A tier being driven from - home,
ahe returned to Kansas-City, but after
remaining with her parents alx months
received 5v from rui ler;-with th
Quest to return, which she did, under s
promts that things would be better. -
. It is further recited that Porter throw
a pall Of water, at her and on another
occasion blackened her eyes snd pinched
ber. It is charged Porter poured soms
tea over bsr shoulders,.' scalding ber.
and, to cap th climax, triad to drown
her in a fish pond. Porter then gsvs
ber $50. asserts the complaint, told bar
to go to Denver stay for a year and get
a divorce. , This sh declined to do
until forced to agree to leave blm, being
sent out in a storm. 8 he asks for a de
cree of dlvorc and f 10,000, and further
that defendant be enjoined from dispos
ing of any of bis property,
STATE COLLECTING DATA
ON IRRIGATION PROJECTS
; ("pedal Dispatch to Th 7oemal.)
Ontario, .Or., Nov, ' 13. 8 tat Engi
neer J. H. Lewis of-Salem wss In On
tario th past week. He wss looking
over th Malheur Irrigation project. Mr.
Lewis will collect -data from the Irriga
tion ditches that have Used water from
th Owyhee and Malheur rivers for th
paat 10 or II years,-for use In Ms of
Hs will also look over ths Held snd
will have a Urge party f-suwyora
making surveys for tho stat similar to
th , geological surveys - msd by th
I'ntted hUatea governments :
BEAUTIFUL- ARLIEKIAII GIRL
ESCAPES FR0r.1 HAREI.1
With Her Sister, Woman Flees in
Disguise From the Palace
-.- .--of a Kurd. J.iL.
. (Joaraal Bneelal Berries.) . .
Kalamasoo, Mich..' Nov. II. Mis
Elisabeth Domberaben, a beautiful Ar
menian Christian girl, has Just arrived
from that country and is at the Aom of
Rev. : Robert. ' Gordon. Sh says that
shs and bsr sister were taken into ths
palace of a Kurd, under guard, after
having been selected for tha harem.
As their European dress -distinguished
thsm from other women, they managed
to escape by donning Turkish veil and
dress, snd through Baptist missionaries
were sent -to-this country. -r Her-sistsr
is in Traverse City. .
Miss Domberaben will go to ths Bap
tist college here. Moat of ber relatives
were killed or carried away as slaves
during:Jhhorrors of IMS.
rf ojied snook O eased Oods.
Allan Lewis' Best Brand. '
"LARGE OIL' TANKS
; r (IpecUJ Dispatch te The 7araaLV - :
. Euaena Of Nov. 11. Ths Bouthsm
Pacific company is laying off th ground
st Junction City' for sn Immense tankto
hold th oil which will be used soon ss
fuel for ths locomotives , on th com
pany's lines In, Oregon. Th tank will
be ISO feet In ciroum franc and 28 feet
and two Inches in height. This will b
the reservoir tank. A smaller supply,
tank will be built near th water tank.
A pumping station will be erected be
tween th two tanks and th necessary
plpea Wilt be laid for heating the oil be
fore it ntrs the-eupply tank. Work on
ths structures will be started as soon an
ths necesssry equipment can b secured,
whloK will ha within a. few dava ' -
. . AthsM Cla Officers. .
- - (Special Dtseatch te Th Joaraal.)
Athena, Nov. 13. Th . Athena Com
merclal association at a meeting held
Friday evening elected the following
officers to serve a terraofOnS yearr"
PresldeflG.-A. Barrett;, vVc-preslden,
William Mosgrove; secretary, O. . O.
Chamberlain; treasurer, H. A. Barrett.
Doani Ql managvr. jk as,, uiiiiw, v. zi.
McEwen. N. A. Miller.. J. E. From, K.
M. SawtelU Many . lmprovementa . ar
being -eontemplatad by th aaaoclatio
during ths coming year. .. - '
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THE PIUCES .ARIL OFF
. ,. . .... .... ... 1 " arc left behind smashed and forgotten. This is your 'sale;
the whole stock goes at practically your own price. ' The .stock is Gruber's high grad line of
clothing and furnishings and is the chance of the whole season to procure the best standard
-pattcrns-and-styles at hcdjoclcpricc Bargain House where ybu get staples
for the lowest figures ever before offered. One-fourth or one-fifth of the regular price, iiie"
. ' offer can not be beaten. : '
toying ; by Mai!
This sale contains such very unusual offers that we
want everone in this vicinity to profit by it. "If you
cannot come to the sale send in your orders by maiL
All mail orders receive prompt and careful attention
and goods will be sent the same day as order is re,
ceived if possible. In ordering send payment by either
postoffice money order or draft. If the goods are un
satisfactory you cah return them and get your money
back. . Don't hesitate to make use of . the mails as we
are ready to supply you with bigger bargains than you
' can get anywhere else. This is the chance you have
. waited for. . . ' ,'' ' " ''
Send in Your Ordersr
This price takes 'one of Gruber's $40.00
, Suits practically at one fourth regular
'value. ' '
. This price is for suits always sold for
$35.00. Big values for a very little
, One of Gruber's $27.60 Suits. ' You will1
"V save two' thirds of your money on this
h purcHage- r'': v 'c;
A r fine $20.00 Suit " for this price.
They , are up-to-date and are ' well
made. J ..-v"":-' '',;,;r:.iiA ' " ' . - - -
Suits which always 'cost $17.50 go for one
their value. $12.00 saved by
jfr Suits which al
N 4) - third of their
This is our price for the $15.00 Suits.
. These are serviceable and long-wear gar-
ments. ''"'. -'.'y.':'
Our price for Gruber's stock of $10.00
.Suits. A popular, price for .' good .
suit ', .. ' .-: ' .'
Our ; special price ; for an assorted -stock
of Boys' Suits. . Some . are for
'$2.15. ' : '; " ')
An opportunity to secure $35.00 Over
' coats at this extremely low price. Be
quick. 4 -----.r .--y--'- - "
Bargain sale price for handsome $25.00
Overcoats. . This is a very 'unusual
This price is for either $20.00 or $15.00 '
Overcoats. Take your choice in bar
gains. y . ,, '. ' .
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Our sacrifice price for $35.00 or $25.00 .
Overcoats, These are handsome, stylish .
COatS. .' '- i ' '
This is 'the .nrife'fnr in itmrtmit
of fx-ov Trousers from umber s
Special , sale price for Trousers always
costinjflS.SO at any other
Our price for your choice of $5.00, $6.00"
and $7.00 Trousers. A phenomenal
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ii!i3 London's UotnmgCo.
: 1 72 Third Street -
OPEN FD.OM Z A; Ms TO 8:30 P. M.
These are bigger bargains than you ever saw
before in underwear
shoes, neckties, suspenders, rubbers, - gloves,
night shirts, sweaters, overalls, etcr Come'and
save your money while they last
IE LcEicn'c lz?:s Co.
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