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THE OREGON DAILY," JOURNAL. PORTLAND, ' FRIDAY EVENING. MAY, 11. -1803.
GEARIfl TJAV rME
Receive Flood of Invitations and
ff. , Requests to Come ;and
' -'j-'- ' Tour State.
CONSIDERS IT DUTY
V VTO STAY-AT CAPITAL
i Whs Pending Railroad Rats'
Elation' It Settled So Far as Senate
la" Concerned. Senator May Make
Canvass of Oregon for Reelection.
WuklnfWH. Ur 11 -BamUor Oeaxia
within the lutat several wek ha re
ceived a. flood or Invitation" ana re-
fluMt. t0 com t9 Oregon to make an
' active ... speaking contest ' during the
- - pending aunpiliii. In addition, be -baa
. V h4 many Invitations from eocletiea and
'''jV , Oregontana to apeak' upon questions of
' the 'day between the present time and
- the date ( : the- aoming election. , Te
all of these request Senator Oeaiin
has sent negative responses, stating
.' that while the Important question of
; i railroad rata jpglilatlon , was pending
v her considered It his duty,.to remain In
. - Waahmaton towrork and vote for .what
V" j he fcmaldered nroper"adjuetrent-of
1 the question. . ' ' v''. s
"':tT Tr urgent demands from - hla party
;'..' leaders that he return te Oregon, 8on-
- ator Geartn replied that even should his
" absence cause his defeat in the aena-
1 torlal campaign he would remain here
el least mtit-avot -was .taken on the
,. bill and the rate question - was settled
ee far as - the senate eould settle iu
" Now that the rate question is' shout to
' reach a settlement, it is possible that
r. "ene tor -Geari a- willreturn to pregon
- to- take : an active part in the eam
: palgn, speaking in various parts "of the
! state, but he will not determine defi
nitely as to this course until a final
. . vote la taken -. . .... .
OG& FOOTB ALL-MA N-
"i -r,-('ettal Otoretch to We foaraal.) -
. Eugene. Or.Msy 11. The new foot
, ball coach of Orea-on next season will
r be Hugo Besdek of the University of
" J Chicago. Arrangements ' were ... prac-
.. . tlcally completed yesterday with him
.'and the athletic committee is la favor
I of securing him. Besdek is a player
.. . of soma -note. playing ths position of
, full In Chicago for .three years past
- ' point of plsyer and coach. The man
agement is fortunate In securing him.
He will arrive in Eugene early, in the
y fall to. get a . Una en the men and in.
, terpret the new rules for the gridiron
. - players with which he wlU be perfectly
: familiar. Besides having charge of
football Besdek will remain through'
;out the year at college and have charge
ilet the basketball Ind baseball teams as
If yon haven't the time to exerclae
regularly. Doan's Regulate will prevent
conatloation. They induce a mild. easr.
t healthful action of the bowels without
. griping, ask your aruggisi lor them.
S&o. -: r
NEW - ARRIVALS -
'AM A! DonVbs frlyhtened
but be warned I ..,
Every Mother knows, or
should know, that the terrible
; - Mortallry among little children la caused
. by Stomach and Bowel treublea. Colic,
..: Sour Curd. Cholera Infantum Summer
Complaint. Measles, Rashes, Scarlet Fever
. 1. even Mumna hsve fKtv fl ....... i-
- y -w ' ... a. fa.unq jig
. Tha Delicate Tissues ' Baby's Bowels
will not stand rough treatment. Salts are
too violent, and Castor Oil will only grease
the passages but will not make and keep
them Clean, Healthy and Strong.
: There Is no ether medicine as safs for
child as Cascarets, tha f rajrrant little Candy
Tablet, that has saved thousands of families
frem nnhapplnsta. ,. -
. Ths Nursing Mother even In good health
' should always keep her own Bowels Leosse
and her Milk Mildly Purgarlva by taking
. Cascarst at night before going to bad. -
' C No other medicine has this remarkable
nd valushla quality. Mama takes tha
Caacaret, Baby geU tha Benefit. ' .
- Cascarets act Uka strengthening Etarclsa
ths weak little bowels of tha growing
babe, and nuke them better able to get
saanBsai - w ....
. . t M' .1 m m Ussaw
Pimples and -Bjotclies
An not the only signs thai a blood'
cleaneuni', tonio . medloina is needed.
Tired langald feelings, loss of appetite
and genarai debility are "other signs
and they may be worse signs. ..-;-; .
-The best blood-cleaaaing, tonio modi
cine is Hood's Barsaparilla. which acts
direct) and peculiarly on the blood,
ridding It of all foreign matters. and
building np the whole system. This
statement is verified by the experienpe
of thousands radically cured.
Over forty thousand testimonials re
ceived In two years, by actual count.
Accept so substitute fa
Insist on having Hood's. V Get it today.
In liquid or Ublet form. , 100 Poses $1.
CARL SCHURZ IS DYING AT
HIS NEW YORK.HOME'
Celebrated Author, Diplomat and
Politician on Death Bed
;:rr;;l$ Seventy-Six.; ' r
New York. May 11 Carl 6chnn.lth
ceiebraua author ana politician, is oy
' Carl Schurz.
log at Jiia residence In this city. Peath
pari I la
I .V A. - - I " J
yfr-"' J. -...A
ZK iiL- mi
... . . . A
...... .- T. ... 1
but the patient rallied slightly and : la
little better today. However, the doc-
tPTwhotgattepdlng gives no hope of
Mr. Schuracwho. is Jl years eld. But
fers from a complications of disorders.
He Is still keenly engrossed In Intellec
tual., affairs. - though -somewhat with
drawn from active participation. In the
events of the day. -.v. . ,V r
- Wreforrsd sjtoek OaaBed Ooeda.
Ilea Lewis' est Brand. . , -
AT - ROBINS0NS
all the Nourlihment out of Baby't
""Natural Food. :
, Larger children cannot always
r be watched, and will eat unreason
ably. The Ready Remedy should
' ever be at hand Cascarets to
take care of the trouble when -It
comes. : ' . " . , L..
Nt need to Force or Bribe chil
: 0njolake Cascarela.'; They are
always more than ready to eat ths
sweet little bit of Candy. ' .
L Repulsive medicine forced on the
Ultle ones does more harm than good.
Home is not complete without the ever
ready Bos of Cascarets. Ten cents buys
a small one at ths Corner Drug Store.
Be very careful to get the genuine.
rnAde only by the Sterling Remedy Com
pany snd never sold In bulk.- Every tab
..let atamped.1: CCC.: ..;
tr rnxw. to our. rniOfDst
. W wiat ts send te eer friendt s Besatlfat
FreDCb-oeilriMC. GOLD-PLATED BONBON BOX.
we-enssHies is caiors. il u I sessrf rr IBS
rutin table. Tea cents la staaiss Is sskei as 8
Bwasaner nod faltli so4t cor er cast fCucartta,
witk wkict nHsHuVty trlaket Is kaoet, -
Send te-dif, siefltioolnt this hkt. Address
: sterling Etawdy GeaiBaay. (aicace sr new Tat a.
FIGHT IS SLOWLY
Hill and Harrlman Battle at Van
.couver Over-North Bank
Tt- Field Continues.
LETTERS FROM MAGNATE
V 7 WILL BE INTRODUCED
One Speaks of Agreement That Was
.Discussed and la Believed to '"Mean
That Harriman Was to UselNyP.
Tracks From Portland to Kalama.
fftneclsi Dl.nereh to Ths Jonmal.)
TanAuver, Wash., My il. TheTi
Ing of testimony in the railroad case
bet ween'' the Hill and Harriman forces
before - the superior court here '. still
continues and from, present Indications
will for several days. Yesterday a'num
ber of 'witnesses for both sides were
put on, trie starid. 'The testimony of
the Portland ac Seattle witnesses . was
all of the same, nature, that Is, to prove
that the Jwork', done alahg the'; north
bank was4 not performed with the ' ul
timate idea or constructing a raiirpao.
The number of men employe by the
Columbia : Valley . was taken up. .The
idea. wuT show'thaf at thepresent
rate of progress It would take . It or
IS years for the Columbia Valley road
to be" completed.
For the Columbia Valley witnesses
tesrineff-ag-to" the amount of work done
that the number at, men. Jia con
stantly. being Increased. W. E. Stowe,
superintendent of the "Columbia Valley
forces, testified that Up to April 1 nis
company bad paid out for labor 110,'
The following letters. . now-in .the
hands of James B. Kerr, counsel for
the Portland ft Beat fie. bid fair to play
a most Important part 1n the result of
this cage.. I Lla. atatftOn- goad, Jittlhgrvl
Ity that the agreement reierrea o in
these letters Is that of allowing the
Paclflo tracks from Portland to KalamaT
In urn for which Harriman would agree
to keep out the north bank road: -
fTTw Tork.- Wovr-5r-"? Wr. Hew-
ard Elliott, proaldent, N. F. Ry.; Bt.
Paul, Minn. Dear Sir: I am Informed
that In several plaees on the north bank
of the Columbia river the forces of the
Northern Pacific or-of the local com
pany incorporated by It, have started
work on property owned by the Colum-
clined to .recommend' to your board the
proposed agreement dleouseed with you
at- St. Paul, we must request you to ab
stain from entering upon or doing any
work on this property until we shall
in willing to dlscuss' the "matter TOT-
ther with you at any time when you are
In Chicago, begging to be informed a
Cays ni" advance or your epeeted
"Director of . Maintenance, Union Pacific
' company." . 5. l
The above letter was the result of the
following letter written' over the signa
ture of ES. H. Harriman: ---
"New Torkv Nov.- S.-1 96.-Mft - How
ard Elliott, president W.P;- Railway
company Dear Sir: "I" duly " received
your- letter of October 11 and referred
the same to Mr. Kruttschnltt with, re
quest that he take-Wihs nttra situa
tion with you. Tours truly, '
"K. H. HARRIMAN.
"Both these letters will be placed as
evidence before the court here by 'the
FILES SUIT ASklNG TO
HAVE DEEDS SET ASIDE
(Rpeclal Dlspsteh to The JooraaL)
..Albany, Or... May A complaint
was filed yesterday In the office of the
county clerk to set aside a deed. E. J.
West, plaintiff, -againat M T. Rowell.
Clyde Rowell and P. B. Casebeer. .
Plaintiff alleges "that suit was duly
instituted in the circuit court for Linn
1 county finJune-IQ..-.lOCJCor.the Je-J
I eovery of monayv-juagmemt was duly.
rendered -againat-Def endant M ., T. Bo
well February 34. 190S. That defendant
1 was the possessor of a certain tract of
land the sale of whlcn would have satn-f
fled the amount of the Judgment; this
she immediately transferred to her son.
nydeTtuwell. without. consideration;
who in turn deeds it to r. jo. caaeDeer
in the same manner, all thla being done
with the purpose and1' Intent of hinder
in s. -delaying and defraudtng hercredl-
sslde the deeds and that they be de
clared fraudulent and' void.
AGED ROBERT SN0DGRASS
t EXPIRES AT THE DALLES
"(Specter IHseateh te Tee Joormil.)
The Palles, Or.. May 11. Robert
SnodgrBss, an old and respected cltlsen
of Wasco county, died In this city lsat
night. Mr. Snodgrass bad lived la
Wasco dunty over 10 yea,rs. ' princi
pally at .Boyd, until the last few years,
when he removed to this city and made
hla home with his ' married . daughter.
He Was born in Pennsylvania July 14,
111?, and In 1179 came to Oregon. For
the past few years he has'been in feeble
health, and hla death was ths result of
the infirmities of old age. The body
was taken to Dufur today, where it will
be Interred beside other members of
his family. j - - - f, :
ARRESTED ON COMPLAINT!
ISSUED AT LA GRANDE
La Grande, Or., May 11. J. R. Oil
Ham, whoae real name ts Owllea, waa
placed under arrest at Pendleton yester
day upon Instructions received from
this city. The prisoner la wanted and
will be brought hero today on a charge
of obtaining money under false pre
tenses two years ago. Since then the
man. has been in California. Not long
since he returned and was at work in
Pendleton on the gas construction gang.
and when arrested was at work In the
Pendleton foundry. He admitted being
the man that was wanted, but denies
that he la guilty of any crime.
CAN CHARGE INTEREST
UPOIt DELINQUENT TAXES
(Special rtepetch tn Tke Joaraat.)
Olympla. Wash.. May 11. Attorney
General Atkinson has written an opinion
setting forth that personal property
taxes become delinquent 10 days after
the notice notifying the owner of the
pioperty that the tax Is' due and that
the .Interest should be charged against
the tsx ati the rate of 1 per cent per
annum, the sane as real estate.
i " ' 6 P. M t O 9 R M. i V ; ;
' ' V .ei,
- v Reonlar Value 65c jf,
H-Qnarl Dish - Pan -
Accueation ; of LaFollette -That
Concerns Profited by Dis-
aster Is Denied.
- (Jooraal Sneclal SerHca.1
.New .York, May 11. The allegation
conaln. in the senate last week, to the
effect that .the various express compa
nies had profited greasy by the trans
portation of supplies To sufferers Tn
by the companies themselves.
II. B. Parsons, vice-president Of the
Wells Fargo Express company, denies
In detail that any advantage waa taken
by his company of the situation In San
Francisco. It is stated, on the con
trary that. WeUs Fargo A Co. -rushed
government . supplies to stricken - sec
tions at much reduced rates asd bad
carried all donations by the fasteat pos-
albla-passenger service freejf cost f
AS isr as -me goveriuncni. : is . con
cerned,- states - Mr. - Parsons, all ship
ments of supplies were sent at '-cut
rates, which in all cases were more than
SO per cent less than .the regular rate.
ru) a ki ix I rprTh
59 GAS RAWGISS f OR
PORTLAND GAS COMPANY
Royal Enamel Ware
Tn a fMw ImwIhtti'Bw Hieie m
lo ' coramuHJcaTe wltb lieSIquaTrera7aiii3Tf
In the general dealre to forward ship
ments to disturbed sections without loss
mi sume shtpmeuta were way billed
LITERARY AND MUSICAL ,
--RECITAL AT CORVALLIS
Corvattls, Or, May. ll.-rln the O. A.
C. chapel this evening- a literary and
musical-reel tai- ie-to fee given by the
pupils of Professor Helen V.' Crawford
of the physical department and of Pro
feseor - Gerard - Talllander, principal of
the piano , department, Those psrtlcU I
patlng In the program are: Misses
Blanche Hammel, Maybelle Keady, Vara
Horner. Mary Pannroan, Mlnnette
Phillips.-Lulu Bpangler, Georgia White,
Pearl Horner and Laura Prattt Messrs.
Elmer Rawson, Floyd.,1 Huff and Collie
Cathey. : -s y . ...
. . ; Vortlaae Cricket Olnb. - - -
- The first practice game of the ses
son-vrilr- be played - tomorrow on the
old grounds. East Thirty-ninth and
Belmont streets,-at t pm. The Bun
nyalde car runs past the grounds.
- Stops-earache in two minutes: tooth
ache or pain of burn or scald In five
minutes: hoarseness, one hour! muscle-
ache, two-hours; sore tnroat, twelve
hours Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlo Oil, mon
arch over pain.
W il, )M
iWe r deliveredrand connected - ini ditferent ; par ts ofz
the city, 33 NEW GAS
salesrooms 26 NEW GAS
; . When considering GAS for1, fuel, and the purchase of gas appll- '
r;.: ances, note that whatever make goods you buy, they are the very best :.
iri point of .construction and workmanship. That your range and wa, "-.
-. --i ; ter heater has adjustable valves is most ; essential, C also that .the GAS : J
' 1, OVENS have the "proper asbestos lining. -These points should be care- .. .
tT fully considered, much' more so than how cheap ! a range or water -rheater
can be purchased. The life of a first-class range or water .
heatffr. witbroperhandUng. is unlimitedr - ' - - - .
J MGas Hanflcs and Gas Wafer ncatcrs;
(le. OH US
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TCLCPKONCt PDIVATC tXCIIANOC 26
OQ M The Phillips Shoe
90sW for: wombn -: VOAtl
The Packard Shoe
TOS XX BT saja The favorite of all
good dressers. - It has the SNAP AND
OO none can equal. IT FITS, IT
'WBARS, and Ms easy on the pocket-
book, as well as the feet. Every style,
every leather every else,' every width,
all at the uniform price of 13.60.
ni oxm nmukx WTjrD0ws.r
They are full of beautiful shoe pleturea,
designed -byshoe artists, and .represent
our large stock. We display no samples.
REMEMBER. LONO VALUES, SHORT v
PROFITS, OUR METHOD. A BAVINO'"
TO EVERT CUSTOMER OUR MOTTO.
Wa want your trade. We must have it. ,
Tou will om. and see us sooner or . "
later. ' Better come tomorrow If you
.not eoma today. , ,, s
GRAND Onion HOTEL SOLD
Landmarkrf NewrYorlc Doomed
to Disappear- Will Be Uted
rrf or Subway-Station., . r
JnoreaI Special Serviee.r - .
rNew Tork..May IL The Orand Union
hotel, which has sheltered thousands of
tourists visit lnsv. New Tork In past
years, is the most recent of New Tork's
landmarks doomed to disappear.. Simon
C.Ford. whose reputation aa a humor
ist la probably aa great as his fame aa
a bonlface, la proprietor of tha Orand
Union.;. ' -- -
The hotel property has been - pur
chased by. August Belmont from Samuel
T. Shaw and Simon Ford, owners, for a
price reported to be U.tOO.OOO. 'The site
DHII1 1 no QhV. a CA 73; h
I iimiiu w -wv i r : t 1 I
' - h a m m . in
' fOO SIYTH ' HTDPP.T ' " - 1 1 . I
j AMLeC mxm. m-mx. -er. mm . v ; : , lj
L-eweaaV-WaadUMto a4 etarfc. iV ' ,, :- . S I '
A V SO-FAR '
RANGES, and sold
RANGES or a total of
better evidence to prove that GAS
fast displacing alLcther fuels?
DI J risTinOPfoil VOi
- MJ CU W VI wUiUUU VVUalVVIVU JS M.
I . ' BBSS ftllll IMS alllaBi
TOB WOHBV SS.0O Has made more
friends amonar the well-aowned women
of Porftand in the short time -since It
was introduced than. any shoe ever made
s-.iengtn :ftt:.tlme.'rYe ;wera.T.l
confident a shoe for women UF-TO-THB5-MINTJTB
in stylaoId 'arTTP-TO-
THB-MINUTB price In an UP-TO-THM-.
MINUTE! etore would be appreciated.
We have not been dlaappolnted. All the
LATEST FASHIONS. Not an old pair
of ahoes In stock. All the newest
leathers, all at one price, IJ.00, and abso- -lutely
guaranteed the equal in every
particular of any shoe sold'at 14.00 on
the. Paclflo eoaat. ' .. . ; ,;
cen - t
of the' hotel will be used as a station
for the subway road which will be oper-..
ated fey-tbe Belmoat interests under the
East river to Long Island.
The Orand Union hotel occupies a
blo fronting on t he-east aide) of Park -avenue,
between Forty-first and Forty
second streets. An annefe . waa built
about two years ago at the rear of tha,
building, . r : . .. , -
JUNIORS AND SENIORS
-' ARF PIIQY AT PAICTiT
riiifarvwi w 1
Pacific University, Forest Grove, May
11. The Juniors and. senior 'are hard -it
work) on their oeawnenoement partn. v
Junior day, "which is celebrated in all "
big nnlversltles by apeclai, exercise,
was 'inaugurated at- Paciflo'-Aihlversily
last year by the class of 'OS with extra
ordinary etnnts. This year! tha din '
of '07 will give "Rip Van Winkle. The -
. 1 . 1 . . U..k.l Da ... -
juiuurv . ere. miummim. ......
D...b. D.t.raAn ann XTIaees "Rill rl r If.
viinh end niiandlar. - Tha nlar will he -'' .
under tha drrectlonif ? Prbf essor V. K.-,-
Albrlght of the drama class. . ?
for . Cooking and Heating I. :