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Trains on 0. R. & N. Will Leave
BY A LARGE MAJORITY TO THE WELL- -DRESSED
CLASS IF YOU CLOTHE
YOURSELF IN A HART SCHAFFNER &
MARX SUIT. THAT "PLATFORM" )s A
WINNER. THIS PICTURE SHOWS THE
STRAIGHT" FRONT 'VARSITY SUIT. IF
YOU WANT TO SEE HOW THE' FRONT
OF IT LOOKS, COME IN ANY DAY. AND
WE WILL SHOW YOU. V
for the East on Schedule
Time Today, f
HAVE REPAIRED BREAK
Mill and fcxpress Service Westbound
Will fie Resumed Today Spokane
Trains Will Leave , Portland
, j Time and Co Through.". .
Ntwa that will tM-irelcomwl by th
L travallnf public wu sivin out Wat
nlht from the office of J. Pi O'Brlan.
' . aanaraj manaaar. of lha O. R. K. lino,
s HapaJra on tha main Una damaaad bj
, ; the flood batwnep Echo and Maohan,
' 4 In the Blue mountalna, hava raachad a
aUita that, will anable throeeh trains to
, --paaa over tha 1U,. and traffic batwaan
Portland "and Omaha will ba resumed
today.,.'; ' ' : -
t " Train Ho. win leave Portland on
a time this avanlng at 1:16. o'clock, and so
throuah to Huntington, makln tu ra
ular connection tor Omaha, . Tha regu
lar Bpokuna train will laave Portland
on time at :lk thla avanins. and so
- through. Westbound tralne will also
rasunia bocratlon. . and " passenr,-
praas and mall servlca will be o para tad
as promptly as possible unaer tne aim
cultlas attending permanent reatora-
ttnt. t ti, w. .hi.rf-n.it brldea and
, tracJcs. . i " .
t O. R. N. offlolule and workman are
. belne conaratulatad - on the - dispatch
with which tha reoalrs hava bean ef
fected. There were five bridge etruo
: tures washed away at various points In
tha flooded district. Tor many hours
; the waters continued to come . down
, from the mountains, and the men worked
r in floods that poured through, the can-
' yons and creek beds. The work wsi
".' personally directed by the general man
" ffr. th r -JiifMlalMAMil flhlaf
i- dispatcher ItJe said the Buckleys
tlnaulshed themselves by reaching tha
wlorm nte thtxUgTti aTretit- dtfHcu
at th"heleht of the flood. A force of
toe men" was hurried 1othe scene and
five plledrive're have bent continuously
in operation day and night in construe-
tlon of temporary bridges. The flood
was the worst In the history of the
rtlue mountain dlvislonrand Inflicted a
loss of between : f 50.009 and fIOO.000
Jo the property of the company.'
Yellowstone National Park.
The government official entrance la
via the Northern Pacific,. Livingston.
- Montana, and Gardiner gateway. ......
It Is the wonderland of the world
..-limitless in : recreation opportunities:
- offering the finest coaching trip In
... America and the study of -nature' s most
.-' wonderful phenomena. It may ba seen
s.s a side trip en route to or from the
"s east. 1
i Special eicurston. rates for tha round
T trip will be made during. tha summer
' , . to points east, and Yellowstone park
' ahAuM ba included. Join the "Sea
America First" club and tm -el via the
Wrtiwrn raeuwri- -: .
Particulars at ticket office, 215 Mor-
rlson street, eorner Third. .
' SHOSHONE LANDS TO ;
BE OPEN TO SETTLERS
(Special IHapaUb e Ike JoeraaL)
' Washington. June 1. The president
" has issued -proclamation opening for
i settlement 1.1&0.000 acres In tha 8ho-
. shone Indian reservation In Wyoming.
. Registration will be possible .from July
,1 to tl. The drawing takee place at
, Lander, August 4. ,
; Oppose Clty-rate- ystem.
(l.eil Dtoptlc ! Tke learaal)
Walla Walla. Wash.. June 8. The
: pemment Brothers 'company, owners
of the Eureka" flour mws. has
the Kureaa nuui mine, use au
a perpetual Injunction to prevent tha
city mills from using Mill creek as a
source of supply for the new, gravity
FRED C. KING
BSMOOmATX OAVSXSATS TOS1
Indorsed by Oregon Labor Party
BacxABATxow or nxMcmmu
-t. Statement t No. Jf IrreapectrVe of
S. Municipal ownership. of alt public
utilities. .' v
- I. Rigid enforcement . of all state,
health, weights and measure laws.
- V An eight-hour , law for men and
women, employee. -
S. A stated salar. for tha state
f. An equitable adjustment of fran
- T. Taxation of the gross earnings .of
corporations. ' . ." ::""T"''' " ' '
- t. Local self-government and private
bank examiner. ,
t. Repeal of convict labor laws that
bring prison labor in competition with
honest toilers. - v
10. Requiring corporations to. grant
equitable pensions to alt persons seri
ously injured whlb In their employ,
lur1ng the. continuance of tha dis
ability. - . , "
Mark yen ballot X. a ro.!es end
Town of Cananea, Mexico, Where
.' ' : ; ': " '
Question "of Front Street Rail-
way Franchise Is Closed by
- - - '-f-'P HisActloh., .
CITY MAY NOW BUY '
the Bargain W01 Be Donated by
Railway Officials tor Some Deserv
A. bright IS gold place. changed hands
late yesterday afternoon and the ques
tion of the Front street .franchise of
tha Vnlted Railways company was
Mayor . Lane at I o'clock signed 1h
ordinance passed at tha special council
meeting Friday . afternoon - authorising
him to enter Into a contract with the
railway company by which the latter
agrees to sell the Front street line In
stead of the entire system to the. "city
of Portland whenever he . lty . desires
to make tha purchase'."
To make the contract ' binding some
money had to change hands, and SB had
been- speelflad ' by - the council as the
token of. good faith on the part of the
city. - - - - - ...
In the mayor's office were gathered
J. Whyta Evans, president of the United
Railways company: Mayor Lane and
Wr. a. McPhereon and R. I Sabln of
the executive board. City editor-Dev
lin drew from the treasurers omce a
IS piece an took It to the mayor's
office, where It wss received By Mr.
Evans, who . Inouired as to tne nest
chart tv In town. ' - '. '
The Original franchise -ordinances of
the United Railways company, and the
Willamette Valley Traction company
passed by tha council 10 days ago were
not signed by the mayor, but were re
turned to the auditor, and will become
laws, as no veto was attached. So far
the United Railways franchise is
rnncerned. however, it will be super
seded by tha ordinance embodying tne
neW contract stgnn ytwieraay ana
which was" authorised-ty the: council
Fridav.-- y ''.,
Bv tha terma of Its franchise tha
United Rallwaye company is to pay, the
liltr SlsAJOa--hy an Increasing scale
during the It years It is eneenvw:
As the franchise necomea enective at
once, the Vnlted ruuiways snay oegin
the construction Tf its - Itner-whlch m
Portland is to extend from tho southern
eitr limits on the west slda north on
Front street to Irving.
WORKS -FOR - STEVENS, BUT
DOESN'T GET HONEY
Complains .That Cam-
. paigrv Managers Did Not Pay
- Him for His Tcquble.
Raid. North union aveoua, a num
ber of different people are supposed to
contribute to the expense of trying to
defeat Tom Word for sheriff, but they
do""ndtHlW!tys rheeffully deliver the
money. Reld made the. following state
ment to The' Journal :
"J. J. Fltsgerald. a detective of the
O. R. A N. Co., came to-me and asked
me to work In precinct 'St during the
primaries ' to secure - tha nominatron-ef
R. L. 8tevna, and It was agreed be
tween us that I was to have $5 for my
work. I saw Fltsgerald again on Deco
ration day. and - asked hira for the
money. - He said he- could not pay It.
but took me and Introduced me to a man
named Frank - Beatty, who he said
would pay me. y. , .
"Beatty told me' to come around to
Sixth and Oak streets that evening and
he would settle with me. t was there
but Beatty did nee- show -upr -X left a
for the next evening at I o'clock, and
ho came at 7: IS. - He aald I would
have to go and eee "Shanghai' Orant and
Johnny Blaster.' Blaster la One of the
gamblers who has just come back from
Nevada, to workfDrSteyeneand I. told
Beatty I would nojt have anything to
do-with those people. -
"Then he told me to come and- eee
him Saturday night, that he wanted me
to meet Stevens. - Ha aald he would
have Stevens come there. Well. I went
thre, at 7 -o'clock and waited over an
hour, and neither one' of them came.
And t have never been paid a cent of
the, money I wa to hava had for work
ing for Stevens." t. . - "
Illegal XJqmov aelHaf.
Sneeta DwpeagS t The JonraaL
The Dalles, Or.. June i. Robert Witt
df Hood River was sentenced yesterday
afternoon to a fine of 1160 before the
Justice of tha peace' in this city Mr
selling, liquor without a license In that
mU-AlKMK v jt j . ... ...
the Mob. Attacked the American Miner
'"' ers and Police Took Place.'
. . , I , i
: ARMED MEN ANXIOUS
(Continued from Page' One.)
have been exaggerated but that the
casualties on both sides combined will
exceed that number seems certain.
RIOT UNDER CONTROL.
General Tsabet Confident Backbone of
-r tTptlslBg- la sttahy
Tuscon,, Aria., June 2. The riot,
which tor a time threatened to re
suit in the massacre of, scores of
Americans at Cananea. his-been
ouelledby- prom et-resoenses-to- calls
tor aia-t3r-Arr)crtcrns-along-the- m-
ternational. line and the prompt ac
tion of the Mexican authorities., -
f AIlhougH "tfi e sifuaflon "at Cananea
stUL.has.its . alarming features,-Gov-ernor.Yzabel
is confident that he has
broken the backbone of the uprising.
The leaders of the disturbance are
being gathered in as fast as possible,
and , will - immediately be shot. Col
onel Kosterlitzky and a large force of
ruraies, en route : from -Magdalen
overland, reached Cananea- this morn-
ins and were of (treat service in quell
ing the riots. They have been sent
rata the hills, to search for rioters
who have fled. Thelrk instructions
are to shoot them on sight
General Luts Torres, the famed
Yaquls fighter, -- with 1 ,000 - troops,
would have reached Cananea-this
noon but for -a freight wreck, which
delayed his special train at Fairbanks,
Arizona." He will be met tonight by
WrA. -McGovem, superintendent of
the Southern Pacific company, at
Tucson and rushed through to Can
anea by morning."
Eoes Randolph, who left Tucson on
a special train at 11 o'clock this morn
ing, reached "Cananea this-morning
at 4 p. m. and immediately wired his
offices . here that telegraphic com
munication with Naco nad been re
stored and that the railroad company
had suffered practically no damage. -According
to-Randolph, less than
SO of the rioters were killed while
less than a dozen Americans lost their
lives. The loss to the Cananea com-'
pany from the buildings and lumber
yard to which rioters applied the
torch or dynamite, win exceea
000. . -- .
(nrrmor Yzabel would hardly
have been able to copewith the riot
ers and preserve order today but for
the American volunteers who joined
him Nsiro thi morninB. The pres-
ence of afoTf;e-1 if fully 400-armed-
Americans m addition to. the armed
A meeigan-papulation Or ' the taCBP.
had a good effect on the rioters from
tne start ana inc ihucu v
sert. - - '
The American volunteers trom
Bisbee. Douglas and Naco gathered
their arms 1 and assembled st Waco
IalfliTght.'biit were wnahlr tn rrosv
the line until Governor-Yzabel ar
rived this morning, when tney joinea
his force and were allowed to pro
ceed. ' ' ' -
W th the arrival ot the troops un
der Torres, the need for the presence
OOim TXXBSS ASTO oowa
Open ay esui
ntnser front 11 a. m. to S p.
Chlokaa Biota wtta vaodtaev fre
lloed TomaSoea 10a, Cncmaabeew.
Badlshae Be, Toung onions.
Ohlokan Saladt Kayoanalsa, .
Fried Salmoa SKeakS T.
Mekled, XoUaad erring....
gtsasaea UW. sTeoa Biama, ww
ILTtte. ......... .. 20
had Bo. ..15
Clam BooiUon with Tons.. 15
Boiled Oa Tomgnav spaaws -wf
Chicken Vet e wtth Bampllags. .25
Calves sweet Bread a la Colbert. -.40
BpaghatU wtm Cases.. ' iiz.
Bostow ansa sws mm iuAj 'jv
Corn Beef BMh. roaohed Mn.
Coaflsh Balls, cream siawue isf
Blekled iambs' Toag-ae, rotate
Cold Bona Fork, Potato Slala. . ..JR
CW Oosm Bisf. rtMS"MiBC
Asparagna on Toast...-. lO
Beef murw with Yegetablee
Braised short SUM or . viwn iir
wk anare Bibs wtta apiaaom. . . . . xvt
Oraag. Trlttecs with Brandy
Id. Order Orange Trtttera. ...5
BMurt Chlokea with Brassing 25
Boast Fork with Dressing 15
Boast Bratton with Priasla. 15
Boewt Teat with Pressing, ........ 1 5
Boast Beef. Ban Oravy . . A ...... . 15
Boast Bprtng Lamb, Bttns. eoe.,. 20
traw berry Srhort Cake.
Stiafw bei i a Ft.
Btrawberry loe Gleam .
BUced pineapple .
Coffee. Bread and
and the Struggle Between the Strik-
of the American volunteers will have
ended and unless the rioting is re
sumed, they ' will return to their
homes. Many of the refugees who
came out Of Cananea Irtday-flight
with , the snecial train carrying
women and children are returning to
day although the women and children
will be cared for at Bisbee and Naco
for several days until complete order
is restored:- -'
RAILROAD ORDERS ARMS.
Boath western Wires for Two Knndjred
. Winchester Klflea and Ammapition. .
(Joereal Special Sen lee. t - ...
El "Paso, Texaa, June 2. Wildest ru
mors of tha number killed still come
from Cananea, but"Mauthui native state
mehts dftclarelliaf tho'n'umuef" blTAmSr"
leans killed Is between 10 and 1 J." These-
Include George A., and Wiluara Metcalf.
Mexican police were killed.
hers for ZOO Winchester rifles and am-
munltloiL. , , -
Colonel : ftreen . Is reported . to have
patrolled tha streets all night tn an
automobile surrounded by rangers. ,
Tha Mexicans are short of arms. and
tha" rioters used dynamite. It. la re
ported that they did not. destroy , mora
than a dosen American, houses..-.. ....
METCALF BROTHERS DEAD.
smad la Protecting Home- of Colonel
r. Oreea.wear Oalaweav
,- " (loaraal Special Bervtca.)
- El Paso, Texas? 'June - . AtltMntlfl
reports state that two of tha Americana
killed In the rioting at Cananea were
George A. Metoalf and his brother Will,
who were shot down while protecting
the residence of Colonel W. C- Green,
where the Americana gathered for pro
tection. About 10 Mexicans, Including
a small baby were killed..
i r " ear iv
laze woods boecia tection Bnclc of : - r
Ice Cream is Destined to Hake a Hit a -1
II V Which Party Gets the Blue? , AsrJl h-.
I This Hayelwoofl F.Irrtjnn Brirk in adapted to afiv - V V . fi 1
outcome. Red stands for Victory, and both Repub- ' f . I v- ......... . .. I ft jr jl
licans and Democrats can eat of.it with eager antici- n afav yr yt
' pation. All who have sympathy with-the losers- I - . - ! ilf " ' '
, ...may partakef"thebTue."And wharcan be morcr::ij: Ull : ' Q -
I appropriate for the White Ribbon contingent than If It m Jr M ' "-" ---'--;:r:'., i
' 5' innocent, tempting Lemon Water Ice? II I fjfi' " ' ii7"
w ; f. Order this Ejection Brick today or early tomor- I I r0' " a M
- row for today or Monday delivery. "Delivered at ; " f . .". , '' ' "'. " ' 1
same price as plain .ice cream.' .. ; - . rr J
. ONE-QUART BRICKS..., .60 L s It 1 '
" TWO-QUART BRICKS Sl.OO V PW )AP Zf C i. t 0 ?
" VJ FOUR-QUART BRICKS. ..$1.50 11 71 l fi V li
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Copyright 1906 bj
Hart Schaffner iS Mars
M HALF ORIGINAL COST AT FACTORY .
Also overstock of leading local dealer of fine shoes; all new goods; in every size and width.-
" You can be fitted. t ' r ' . .;. , "
Mens Shoes Laflies Shoes Bo' and Girls' Shoes "Bords
r ; ; 0 Slippers Strap Sandals
See the bargain- tables. Come irrand look thenu)ver. ': All at Half rHeTBelhereTI-lZIl
p. w. Murray. Mgr.
SAT.I L ROSENBLATT & CO.
" " -. ;- :
Morrison Street. Near
intftndfid for TrinTQiinnaJbPUghtJLaQ
Sale Begins Tuesday,
June 5th. at 9. a. m.
- : 1
i will vote to the best prime tplee.
i town, l . ,
eytta au meais.