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TII3 OESaOII DAILY r JOURNAL, TOZ1TLAKD, VHpNL3DAY EVL.:L. - . .
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Flaurtfng Tower Over Four Hun
dred Feet High Crashes to
the Ground Firs Spreads
' -; ; i seeui semeo
--Berlla, July.n.--The magnificent oa
. - r thedrel of 8t Michael (St. Mtchaells-
f Kirch), tit pride and glory of Ham
bur has bMD t totally destroyed by
J" fir. The. structure was .no -of tie
finest edincee la Qormany and its Iom
la universality mounted.
v.': The vast nave and aUlaa 4t eould
7 bold 1,000 : persons and Its magnlfl-
r . oaat spire, which towered it faat a
t tha air; are' now but heapa of smoking
; 4 ruins. . ...
, ! la falling, the tcwer welted eeveret
neighboring houses and aet tham en
f fire. The whole Hre department f the
' elty was summoned, and with buadrada
t of volunteers trisd to atop tha progreaa
I" of tha flames, but tha high wind and
i, tha Inflammable character or tha oia
, buildings eeemed for a lima to rander
i . tha fight a bopaleas one.
Rows of buildings on EngUaoheplank,
Boerolache and" Kralenkampf ' streets
soon war ablaaa, and tha whole city
F was threatened. After a bard fight,
f PENNSYLVANIA SUED
l doornal SiweUl ftarrtra.) . ' '
Altoona. Pa., July 11. Tha $40,000
' damac suit brought . by Charlaa U
V Oraskt aa - Altoona contractor, aralnat
v tha Pannsylvanla railroad for allacad
' discrimination la furnthln- -ear, cam
wp for haarlnt today ,bafora a board af
'arbitrators eonposad ef laadlnc . cltl
wnm of Altoona. Tha haartnf Is x
'f pactad .to oeoupy aaTarsi days. AroonsT
" tha wltnaasas who hara baaa subpoa
naxd ar A. J. Cassatt. praaldant of tha
... Pennsylvania railroad, and Altxsnder C
', Sbaad, ehlaf aaaHiaar, who Is said to
' bar lasuad orders to tha railroad coa
... tractor, front whom areas, was to ret
-. atufia.-tot -torshtp-atoaa-tav Altoona az
' captlng throusb another aceocy.
JU UUIJ GUILTY OF
Jury in Circuit Court So Decides
After ..Seven Hours'
" Altar nearly seven hours' deliberation
th jury In Judge rraser's departmaot
. of tha circuit court that heard the
'trial of Ju Nun for the murder of Lea
-Tank In ,.frr.A - Tarrtlet at 10 -J J
, e ciocx last night, finding Ju Nun guilty
of manalaughur and recommending that
the full penalty of th law be Inflicted.
, Under our law he can be sentenced to
II years In tha penitentiary and to pay
"TA sharp cut in prices.
; 100 light weight suits.
Part of this lot were iate
In coming. Now we in
tend to hustle their depart
ure.lwill. $5 knocked, off
the price do it?
... Today f lO for the Out-.
!ng and Three-Piece iBuits,"'
worth $15. j,
' ' See window display.
- Men's and Boys' Oatfittara. ,
166T AMD -1M THIRD-.T-
. Mohawk Building,
7V. L-Vsh3ii VJi?rC ,
"V: 3 -
I I II'
Cathedral of St. Michael at Hambcrf. .
a fine of IS.000 under this verdict. Th
law provides both Imprisonment and
tflna; ' . :
It Is said that th jury did not finally
determine whether Kwal Heung. the
woman In the case, was th wife of Ju
Nun. It Is said that there were soma
of th Jury who voted for a verdict of
murder In th first degree, some for
second degree, soms for manslaughter
and soma for acquittal. It Is. under
stood that tha verdict of manslaughter
was agreed upon as a compromlsa
Deputy District Attorney Ous C Ho
ler, wbo conducted tha prosecution, said
this morning that h expected th jury
to convict Ju Nun of murder tn th firat
degree, but after they had bean out so
long had thought they would compro
mise on second degree murder.
" "But I would rather have a verdlotj
of manslaughter than another disagree
menC ha continued, "for another trial
would entail conelderable expense.
Henry E. McGinn, on of Ju Nun's
attorneys, said that he was not alto
gether satisfied ' with th verdict, and
that it has not yst bean decided wheth
er an appeal wUl be taken,
r- "I want to pay a high tribute to
Judge Fraser," said Mr. McGinn, "for
tha magnlnosnt way In which the trial
was conducted. Ilia honor's charge to
th jury was on to which exceptions
could not possibly have bean taken.
It was charged that Ju Nun shot and
killed Le Teck Lea on January 10.
Tha defense admitted that Ju Nun did
tha shooting, but sought to Justify It
by claiming that Lea Tack La had
stolen Ju Nun's wlfa and made a slave
of her. It was denied by the prosecu
tion that th woman was the wife of Ju
Kaa. They contended that aha was a
slave and that aha had bean bought by
Ju Nun for 1600 ' about three years
Attorney R- K. Moody, associated with
Medina In the defense, said ha thought
tha jury ought to have acquitted Ju
Nun,- and that It was probable that an
appeal would be taken, though -It will
not be determined until a conference) la
had with the accused and his family.
Sentence will be pronounced later.
GILLIAM COURT IN
DEADLOCK ON SCHOOL
(Speelal Dtsfeteh a The JeorsaL.) X'"
Arlington, July 11. Commilonr B.
T. Brian has Just returned from a regu
lar meeting ef the board of county com
missioners and reports that the vote on
the location ef the county high eohool
reeulted In ' a deadlock and QUI lam
county wilt "have no high school until
after next election. Arlington offered
a alte for the building and a bonue ef
V li.ooo.: ,
STEEL BRIDGES WILL
CROSS WILD HORSE
- (gpeetak Dispatch te The JeeraaL
Athens, Or, July 11. It Is now vsry
probable that etacl bridges will be built
seross Wild Horse creek, near this
pleoe, to take the pleoe of tha wooden
ones-waahed out during the flood. Bide
fee steal structures across lb a. Umatilla
at Echo and Pendleton hare alao been
asked for but the Ume (or blading- la
aet jet un,
Firt Caused by Crossing' of Elec-
; trio Wireav-Department Un
! 'able to Cope With the
tha . fir was ' brought dndar control.
bat BC Michael's li (on.
By a coincidence of fata this Is tha
second Bt Michael's that has be' in de
stroyed by eleotriclty. The original
adlfle was struck by llghtnlrrr :n 1T0
aad burned to the (round. : This oo
ond Bt. Michael's erecttd on tha earn
spot durlns; the yeas 17S0-i:l wtia
set on flra today by the electri-J llahtlng
The aiactrlo plant had a. van tha
ehurch'autboritles trouble for soma days
past, and four workman war. aet to
remedy tha defect. In soma way tha
exact facts will never be learned how.
for all four workmen are dead a .short
circuit was created -and. the resulting
flames sat flra to tha building.
There was a strong wind blowing fad
the whole church' was soon biasing
fiercely. Immense crowds- gathered la
tha surrounding streets and squares.
and whfn the great tower fell with a
roar, tha people cried out together as
though. In pain. '
INDIAN IS ARRESTED .
FOR BEATING WIFE
(HpeeUI Dlipatea to The Journal.) .
Vancouver, B. C., July 11 Sampaon
Allen, an Indian fisherman, baa been
lodged In tha provlnolal Jail charged
with attempted murder for having cut
and slsshed bis wife. Tha woman suf
fered terribly and -for many days her
Ufa was despaired of. ; .
Allen bad a dlaagreement ' with his
wlfer-and driving her Into a corner of
tha room,'. brutally slashed her. Three
days aftar tha affair tha woman rallied
from her wound and gave birth to a
on. Th victim ef tha affray Is tn a
precarious condition, but expects to re
cover. The husband will com op for
trial this -waekv - '
tt:jr V Jf (4 1
..it -.- in
CARNEGIEUAKES . AHOTHER
; OREGON PRESENT
Philanthropist Offers Congrega
tional School r at Forest-
- Grove More Money.r- -ir
' (Speetal Dispatch te The Joarncl.)
Forest Orova. Or July 11. President
Ferrta of Paclflo University received a
letter yesterday from Andrew Carnegie,
Sklbo, Sootland, stating that he would
give 110,000 toward the new ladles' dor
mitory which Is to cost In the neighbor
hood of 140.000. Mr. Carnegie has alao
giveu f iv,t uu xui ei iiuiaij uuuumi
with the condition that an additional
110.000 be raised. That amount has
with the exception of a few hundred
dollars bean subscribed and Paclflo will
gat 110.000 In all from the Scotch phil
anthropist. Work has bean - begun on
the girls' halL It la to be three etorlea
high and modeled aftar the Marsh Me
morial ball, aa the trustees wish to keep
the same style ef architecture through
out aU the building.-The hail will ac
commodate about TO girls.
UMATILLA PIONEER V.
BURIED IN PENDLETON
(gprcfal Dtepatcb te Tbe JesmaLti
Pendleton, Or., July II. J. J. Me
Connell, a Umatilla county pioneer, who
died Saturday afternoon, was burled
yesterday . from, the homc-of Mr, end
Mre. J. L Vaughn. His death was
cauaea py rneumatism. ,
J. J. McConnell had been a resident
of Pendleton for tt years. He crossed
the plains to Wallowa county In 1171
and moved here In 1811. During hi
residence hare ha became wall known
among all old reeldenta Ha leaves flrf
children; James and Robert, both of
Pendleton; Mre. J. I- Vaughn of thia
city, Mrs. C. B. Faugua of Spokane and
Mre. H. H. Weaver, also of Spokane.
CHAPMANS TO SPEND
' SUMMER IN EUROPE
ravedal Dispatch te The Joanult '
Forest Grove, Or, July 11. Profes
sor f. T. Chapman, head of the con
servatory of . mualo st Pacific Unl-
varsity, has left for the east where he
will loin Mrs, Pauline M. Chapman and
together they will eoon sail for Europe
to study under the best vocal andljo
atrumantal ' artists " of Italy, Hungary
CASTOR I A
lor Infanta and Children.
Tin fkl Yea Kan Alxaji E:::M
. PERFECT MARRIAGE;
Perfect 'marriage Implies perfect con
ditions of companionship. Each party
to it must And comfort, uplift, spur, la
association with Its fallow, writes John
Duncan Quackenbos, M. D., tn Good
Housekeeping magaxlne. Husband and
wife ahould be physical, rational and
spiritual compatibles, - . -
Point Is thus given to recent words of
President Hyde of Bowdoln college:
"Tha huaband often holds In his hands
the alternative of life or death for hie
wife, according as he Is patient for
bearing, considerate and kind, or elect
ing, Inconsiderate, cross and cruel. The
wife, on the other hand, more often
controls the future of her husband's
character, making him sober and hon
est If she Is winsome and sincere; driv
ing him to drink It ehe le slovenly and
querulous, leading him Into dishonesty
if she le extravagant and vain." Every
attitude acts aa a tacit suggestion, as
the determiner of th direction Of llfe-
eurrenta. ' V ' '
Even In those cases where the love of
early -days. has become chilled, and
either husband or wife prefers another
to tha wedded partner, tha aggrieved
party Is not without recourse, For it
le possible rto reawaken loyalty tnrougn
tha silent tlnfluence of specifically di
rected euggaatlon given with a look and
a thought, or through the magnetic
force of expressed superior quality that
rebukes the carnal, recalls to sense and
duty, and rivets the - affections.
It Is an old saying that no wife
should allow another woman to be more
thoughtful of hsr husband than ehe la
herself, or to appear to better advan
tage in hie eyes. The eame prlnclpls
eppliee te the man.
We fought out the hate-off-ln-the
theatre battle long ago, but lol la a
modified form It now rages In Parts.
French Women abaolutaly refuse to ap
pear In the theatre without hajts, and
the Countess Orlfrulta, who baa com
passion for the parsons who have no
desire to view a bird of paradise plume
to th exclusion of what Is going on on
the stage is trying to indue high eo
clety to form Itself into a body called
the League of Little Hate, Every mem
ber must promise to wear only micro
ecopio millinery whan attending the
play. . Of course, the milliners are not
entering heart and soul Into thle move,
for If little bate really become the rage
it will mean the paaalng ef the picture
hate, which the mllllnere prefer to
make, and they will have .to devote
their attention to "postage stamp" mil
linery, - aa one of t tnem disdainfully
I.MM M It .
FOR TIRED FEET.
Arnica diluted with warm water will
prove a elm pie and soothing application
for tired, burning feet. Aftar the lo
tion has dried in rub the faat gently,
using a good toilet cream of oil of
sweet almonds. Always draw the blood
from tha ankle or the inetep toward tha
toes. Support ths instep or the ball of
the foot with the left hand while rub
bing with the right, uelng the downward
motion on the outside of the foot or the
ankle. . A rotary motion on the Instep
is very restful. ;
NEW WEDDING RINGS.
Wedding rings are narrower, the moat
approved styls being about one elxtb
of .an. Inch - In- width, - the ehape being
almost a seml-clrcle with the Inner elde
plain. Where a few years ago th wider
ring tha better, now anything that
oajwaofjrotentaton In wadding rings
trlotiy tabooed and the little golden
circlet la for no other purpose than
symbolising the pledge of troth or aa a
sign of wedlock.
The following costs about 10 oents:
Buttsr a shallow pie dish and strew
ever It a few- brsadcrumba, - Flake the
remains of any cold fish, and season it
with cayenne and anchovy. Lay It In
the dieh. fill up with aome mas had po
tatoes, and over them put a few more
breadcrumbs and some plecee of but
ter. Bake for half an hour.
A KITCHEN NOTE.
Tbe kitchen should never be without
lng soda. The lye ought to be used
onoe a week to eat away the grease
collected on the Inside of the waste
pipe of the sink. The proper way to
apply It le to dissolve It In boiling wa
ter and pour -down the pipe while It la
TO COOK DRIED FRUIT. '
Dried fruits should be washed scrup
ulously clean, then soaked over night
tn clear cold water. In which they ehould
be etawad with sugar the next morn
ing. Enough water should be allowed
to make a large quantity of Juice, as
that Is what makes rted fruits ap
Her views of men and things I note
I nopa I don t misquote her.
Although they somehow eeem remote,
Her vlewe of men and thlnga X note;
And though ahe'd like to have a vote,
She'd rather have a voter I
Her views of men and things I note
I. hope X don't misquote her.
THE AMATEUR GARDENER.
If one wants to save eeede the poor
blooms should be cut oft of th plants
reearved for that purpose. , Poor bloom
make poor seed.
-Otv the plants "Water" in theevan
lng. Instead of In the morning, as by ao
doing the eoll will retain the moisture
until the plants have a chaaoe to get the
benefit of It. '..
Sench will RETURN
(geeUI DISMteb te Tbe lasraat) '
Salem, Or, July 11. Tbe board of
regents ef the State Normal school at
Weston, - Umatilla county, - has -called
Professor Robert C French of Idaho to
the presidency of ths school and the
offer has been accepted. Professor
French was at one time eonected with
the Normal achool at Monmouth and
latar was praeldant ef the Weston
school. When the appropriation was
held up last, rear he resigned end-went
to Idaho., He has the reputation of
being one of tile moat accomplished
edueaiora la tha stata - -. ,
Removal Sale Prices
on Chilciren's Dresses
, . All this summer's styles are included In thia sale. .
$6.00 DRESSES t . $3.60
5.00 DRESSES ... 3.00
4.00 DRESSES . - . v 2.40
3.00 DRESSES . . . 1.80
2.00 DRESSES . . . 1.20
1.00 DRESSES . . , ,60
Our regular 30e and 50c Hose for boys and 'lei
girls special, per pair..,.,..... .......a&uv
Misses Lisle Gloves . .; . Special
Our 25c and 35c Lisle Glorea for! misses f P.
special, per pair. ................ ;.lUtaf
Misses' and Children's Silk
.and 60c double tipped
The Store Where
Iht Vthon Cjommison of Georgia
. Atlanta, August 19, lt3L ,
S. C DeWltt ft Co, Chicago, lU
Dear 8irs: 1 have suffered more than twenty jwaxs from Indi
gestion. About eighteen months ago I had grown so much worse
that I could not digeet a crust of corn bread and could not retain
anything on my stomach. My heart would beat so fast I could not
sleep, at times I would almost draw double withpeia In the pit of my
stomach. I lost twenty-five pounds; in fact. I made up my mind
that I could not Uve but a short time, when a friend of mine recom
mended odol Dyspepsia Cure.-1 consented to try h to please him
and I was better in one day. I now weigh more than I ever 414 In
mjr life andeun In better health than for many years. Kodoi did it.
I keep a bottle constantly, and write this hoping that humanity will
be benefited." Yours very truly, j .
v v : -v..1.-: .. .. jaks c. moors.
' . Itodol Dyspepsia Cure is the only'dlgeetant or combination of
digestants that will digest all classes of food.-In addition to this
fact, it-contains, in assimilative form, the greatest known tonic and
reconstructive properties. All other digeetants and dyspepsia rem
edies digest certain classes of food only, and axe lacking in recon
structive properties. .;!.' . - ,.. ..
r TCodbl lypepslirCure is prepared at the laboratory of E. C.
De Witt ft Co Chicago, and is sold
trr - - w - w - -- vfv
DIQESTS WHAT YOU EAT
, Sold by Woodard, Clarke ft Co. and Skidmore Drug Co,
SUt VaaatlUa o
(RseeUt Dtssetek te The Joora.l.)
Pendleton. Or- July - 11 Howard
Brans, deputy fruit Inspector for Uma-
tllla-eountyr has Just returned from a
meeting ef the State Horticultural so
ciety at Seism and aaya that he will
aow But forth a stroaajaa aCfart tha
- . :". '
-Hose i st Special"
Gloves our regular
gloves special, per JtZn
Your Credit la Ooed
. : .
. - - f
1. a MOOetTB,
by leading druggists everywhere.
t" .: :
heretofore to rtd Vmatilla eounty er
eharda ef all peats. Mueh wiU he done
within the next year la this direction.
Tom aew ae piepasly loektag ewt fos
To. i usiise roa wmttk nitW
" With every warm weather
suit costing $22.50 or more
we will give you an extra
pair of trousers of the same
or different material or a
"'fancy summer vest free. '
Suits to Your
to Measure : .
The Columbia Woolen
Mills Co. ia the only tail
oring establishment' on
the Pacific coast that puta
perfect "shape retain,
lng front in every coatT
Our "shape - - retaining
front does not add to the
weight of the garment,
but it does give it an air
of finished elegance that
makes it look like a. new
coat to the-very day it t
worn out. 1' Our coats "fin
ished ' with our shape .re
tabling front do not break
and do not wrinkle, Ask
to see one In process of
making and you will un
lerstaud Just , why . this1
shape retaining" 'front
does the business.
' for One Year
Ells' milni. Serenth and Start
Doa't Cot .Yourself OH
From a rare opportunity by etaylni
away from our eale Of Split Baaabod
rtshlog Koda, Quality as high as avsi
only the prloe has dropped, aa thaeJ
faeta and flguree will Illustrate! Koii
lie, with two tips.
rmxmo s, aa. warn asm Aetsrl
'tNtA-rfMeMT3 04 ALL fVNOi
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