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THE OREGON PAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVBNINO. OCTOBER IS, 1900.
BUY APPLES FOR
Portland Commercial Club Will
Send Oregon Fruit to
i Theodora Roosevelt.
AWARD OF PRIZES GIVES
Attendance at Hood River Pair on
Last Day la Much Larger Than It
Has Been During the Previous
(Spoctal Dtepeteh ta Tee louul.)
- Rood River. Or.. Oat. 11. Tbe attend
ance at the fair today U larger than
it has been on the prevloua days and
there are more vial tore hare from Port
land and the Willamette valley. The
L exhibit la fascinating to all whs see
It, and etui continues to hold the aamir
stlon of thoae who have been here aev
One of the finest boxes of fruit has
been purchased by the Portland Com
merclal club and will be sent to Preel
t dsnt .Roosevelt.
It was announced today by a Hood
Mnr fruitgrower, who refuses to .Ive
the name of the purchaser, that hs has
a buyer, who will take the entire uis
play of o boxes at Higher than the
The prises, la the baby show yester
day were won by Justine Sosey, 'flrt.
for children under 2 years, and Cora
Miller, second: for those under 1 year,
Jefferson Pylr took first and Myren
The award of prises, whleh was com
aleted late last night, seems to give
general satisfaction, and the Judges, J
H. Reed of the state board of horti
culture. Professor iewls of the Oregon
Agricultural college and C. F. Lanatng
of Salem, received thn thanks of the
A. I. Mason received tha highest nun
bar of awards. '
The prises are as follows:
Sweepstakes, best plate of apples J
Avoid alum and alum phos
phate baking powders. The
label law requires that all
the ingredients be named
on the labels. Look out
for the alum compounds.
NOTE.-Safetv lies in buying only
Royal Baking Powder, which is a
pure, cream of tartar baking powder,
and the best that can be made.
CAR TURNS OVER,
Los Angelas Wreck Ends Life of
One Paaaenger and Injuree
Laos Angeles. CaL. Oct IS. A Brook
lyn avenue ear ran away en a ateep
curve this morning on account of tha
brakes falling to work. It Jumped tha
track and overturned, killing W. A.
Barrett, who fell underneath It and In
jured over a score of the 60 passen
gers on board tha oar at the time.
The ear waa racing madly along when
It reached tha curve. It took the flrat
ourve, but at the reverse it flew from
tha track and was overturned.
H. O. Bowders, the motorman, stayed
at his post but the passengers hanging
on the car Jumped, Barrett being killed
outright C. A. Cattlatt waa badly
brulaed and crushed and H. H. Frelt-
aga's tight leg waa crushed so badly
that amputation will be necessary.
Mary Murray's chest was crushed and
her head brulaed. causing concussion of
tha brain. Mrs. Uly Breads had her
cheat cruehed, and at least II others
were hurt but not seriously.
Bast box of apples of the following
varieties, commercial pack, lit or
larger. Spltxenbergs. Bears Porter,
cop; Tellow Newtowne, A. I. Ms son.
cup; Jonathan. H. Avery, medal; North
ern Spy, K. H. Shepard. medal; Arkan
sas Black. O. L Vanderbllt medal; Ort
ley, Peter Mohr, medal; Bed Cheek. I
K. Clark, medal: Hyde's King. Bears
Porter, medal; Khoda I aland Greening,
J. L, Carter, apeclal; Roxbury Russet.
O. I. Vanderbllt, special; King. M. M.
Rill, special; Seek No Farther. B T.
Tucker, special; Ben Davis, George Car
roll, Moslsr, special; Snow. J. K. Blnns.
apeclal. Oane. Campbell Broa., apeclal;
York Imperial. Mordtca Jones, special;
Arkansas Beauty. W. 8. Sargent, spe
cial; Swaar, Beat Hood River fruit
company, Moslsr, special; Wlneaap.
Mrs A. Porsbury. medical; Baldwin. J.'
B. Caatner, medal; Delicious, A. I. Ma
eon, medal; Winter Banana, O. L Van
derbllt, medal; Wagoner. J. U Cartes,
Best five plate a of apples. A. I. Ms
Best ftve-box sweepstakes, A- I. Ms
The Judges, J. H. Bead, C. P. Lansing
and Professor Lewis, after the distribu
tion of prisea was made, aaid that the
fruit waa all so fins that they had
much difficulty In coming to their de- i
cislona. snd that it Was only after the
most painstaking effort that they CVDCDT TFSTIMOIMY
wf sail w ea ww w
HUDSON RIVER BOATS
COLLIDE IN THE FOG
(Joeraal Special Berries.)
Tivoll, N. T. Oct. II. One man waa
drowned, one is missing and six paa
aenaeaa were injured la a collision thla
morning of the steamers Adirondack
and Saratoga on the Hudson river dur
tag a heavy fog.
Tha dead man is Clarence Sherman.
an oiler on the BeraSc-ga, and George J
Norton, a clerk on tha Adirondack, is
missing. There wars III passengers
on tha two vesaela. whs had thrilling
experiences. Thousands of dollars
worth of damage Is the result
finally agreed on the swards.
SAN DOMINGO SCENE
OF NEW REVOLUTION
FAVORS DR. BROUWER
(Joeraal Special terries.)
Washington, Oct II. Com
mander Southerland cables that
another revolution has started la
Ban Domingo and that ISO insur
gents are massed outside tha
Toma River. N. J.. Oct. II. Dr. John
Marshall continued his testimony in tha
' Brouwer caee thla morning, showing
that tha minute quantities of arsenic In
tha various par's of the dead woman'a
body might have been from tha em
MARINES LEAVE CUBA
WITH SECRETARY TAFT
(Joeraal Special ferrtee.) '
Havana, Oct II. Preparatory to hla
eepsrture thla afternoon, Secretary Taft
received tha government aad municipal
authorities Rain threatened to apotl
the demonstration arranged by the lib
erals for tha embarkation of the com
missioners. Three companies of ma
rines under Major Neville have been
'Ordered home on the warships sailing at
'the same time as Secretary Taft.
MEXICAN TROOPS SENT
TO THE BORDER LINE
Laredo, Tex.. Oct. IS. Two thousand
Mexican troops have been aent to tha
Border near Rio Grande City, where two
aaaders of tha revolutlona wars ar
rested by American officials. It la
bought many other rebels are In the
i . ..... j . . . .. ... .. k v, . t vi iiiy Mi
lan government le preaent at tha trial
aow In progreaa.
balmlng fluid. He said he found araanlo
In the brain and that araenic adminis
tered during life soma time before death
would not be found in the brain.
Tha court adjourned Monday. Dr.
Marshall was still on tha stand. The
wltnaas waa Instructed by tha court not
i to consult with the attorneys for tha
defense during tha recess.
DECIDE FOR PEACE
(Journal Special nrrer 1
Chicago, Oct. II. Tha differences be
tween the workers Of the building
trades and tha employers whleh threat
ened to tie up operations In which 10,000
men are engaged were settled today and
there will be no strike.
Christian Endeavorere Haar Dr.
Brougher's Address on The
DELEGATES SHOW MUCH
INTEREST IN THE WORK
Other Prominent Religious Workers
Address tha Convention on Timely
Topka Good Program Arranged
for This Evening's Session.
Mrs Gordon M. Buck, Daughter of
the Late General Joseph Wheeler,
Who Was Married in Alabama a
Few Days Ago.
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If you want to keep well,
gee that the stomach is al
ways in good condition. The
Bitters will keep it so and
thus fortify the system
against attacks of Heart
barn, Belching, Vomiting,
Cramps, Dyspepsia, Indiges
tion, Costivenesa, Headache,
Female Ills or Malaria. Try
a bottle at once. All drug
NEW MEXICO SHAKEN
BY LONG EARTHQUAKE
Albuquerque. N. M.. Oct. II. The se
verest earthquake for months waa felt
at Socorro yesterday. It lasted fer II
minutes. There war slight shocks at
the name time here.
Edgar Robinson la Victim of
Fatal Mistake of Companion
While Out Hunting.
(Special Dtapatcb to Tha Journal.).
Med for a. Or., Oct It. Thursday
morning, while tha throe Robinson
brothers, their uncle, Mr. Scott, and
Ed. Pearca, wars hunting on Elk creek,
one of thoss .deplorable accidents oc
curred which distinguish the open sea
son everywhere, resulting In the desth
of the alder Robinson boy, Edgar, aged
years. Scott, Albert and Edgar
Robinson were following a trail when
Edgar and his uncle stopped alongside
the trail, Albert continuing along tha
trail. When he had gone perhaps 111
fast, ha turned and, missing his com
panion!, saw what ha thought waa a
dear, shot with his 10-10 rifle, and the
bullet took effect In his brother's chest,
penetrating and leaving the body on the
other aide. Edgar never spoke after
At this morning's aesslon of tha
third biennial convention of the north'
weatern district of the Christian Bn
deavor union, whioh waa opened at tha
First Congregational church last even
ing. Vernon W. Cooke, of this city, the
district president, prealded, and after
the quiet hour. Introduced Dr. Brougher,
of tha White Temple, who was called
upon to fill the sap in the program
made by tha absence of Bar. V. Bur-
Tha theme of the morning waa "Tha
Inward Look," or "Tha Larger Vision."
and Rev. Dr. Brougher 'entered Into it
wth appreciated entlrualasm. His dis
course dealt with three main "Essen
tials of tha Christian Character," tha
need of devoted Bible atudy, prayer and
personal work, of which the last is tha
nest to be obaerved.
"If the Christian la going to grow he
must be a Bible student, and not simply
a Bible reader; prayer la tha one great
power of tha Christian world, and must
be observed etrlngently, but personal
work should ba tte personal aim at
every Christian, and Is assuradly tha
true test by which lie is to be Judged
Wa cannot all preach or sing, but wa
can all do personal work; It will supply
the muoh-needed confidence, and la un
doubtedly the modern method of evan
gelism." said Dr. Brougher.
Following Mr. Brougher came Rev.
H. C. Shafer, who spoke on "The Bet
ter Preparation for the Christian En
deavor Prayer." Hia advice waa along
tha mora practical lines of work In
Christian Endeavor and tb need of
works of tha mlaaionary and temperance
movements in the private library, of
the members. Rev. J. F. Ohormley
spoke of "Our Duty to the Sunday
Evening Service." and his disserts tl on
naturally reverted to the many tempta
tions the young person in the city
must overcome In order to attend thla
service. Rev. Mr. U pa haw waa to have
delivered an address on "The Right
Mlaaionary Spirit," but he waa not
able to attend. Mra. A. H. Burkholder
offered some Interesting remarks as to
the Importance of "The Juniors snd
Their Work." after whioh the morning
aervlces closed with "The Question
Box," conducted by Mlsa Viola Charlea
ton Thla afternoon Rev. Charles A. Shaw,
Mr. E a J. Mcilllster. Rev. 1. E. Sny
der and Rev. Cephas F. Clapp occupied
tha rostrum. Thla evening there will
ba an especially atrong program with
Paul Rader and William Shaw aa the
tirlnclnal features. Mr. Shaw la of the
trnrted Society and an international
worker in Christian Endeavor circles.
If people will experiment with
imitations of SOZODONT they
must be willing to stand the pain
and suffering resulting from teeth
injured and perhaps ruined for-
ever. JJo not experiment.
Stand by the old honeat Denti
frice and your teeth will stand by.
$20,000 DUTY ON JEWELRY
PAID BY MS. HUHTIHfiTOH
Met at Pier by Friends With Caen
but They Are Sent Baok
for More Coin. .
HEAVY RUN STARTED
ON ONTARIO BANK
(Special Dlipatrh te Tbe Joeraal. I
Montreal, Oct. It. A heavy run on
the Ontario bank developed today as the
result of a report that tbe bank waa in
difficulty. The depositors were paid in
full and the officers say they will pay
until tha depositors are satisfied.
POPE'S HEALTH GOOD-
(Joeraal Special Semes.)
Rome, Oct. II. The pope received
many callers today. Officials of the Vati
can declare the pops la In perfect health.
Orouard. . apostolic delegate to Atha-
haaca. Northwest Territory, waa among:
HARRIET CURTIS IS
WOMAN GOLF CHAMPION
West Newton. Maes.. Oct. It. Mlaa
Harriatt S. Curtis of tha Essex Coun
try club won the women's nationsl golf
championship today. She defeated
Miss Mollis B. Adams of the Wollaeton
club two up and one to play.
being shot The othera Improvised a
stretcher, carried him several miles to
their camp and brought tha body to
Medford today. A Jury waa summoned
by Coroner Xellogt, and found that de
ceased came to nis death by means or a
gunshot wound Inflicted by his brother.
Frew the Waaklagtea Bias.
Johnny took hla spelllag-esok
Sad gars it Jsst a pesetas loot.
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New Tork. Oct 11 One of tha largest
amounts planed la customs duties at
this port on articles of duty declared
and brought In by aa individual w
paid by Mrs. Collla P. Huntington
when ahe arrived on Tuesday by- tha
Kaiser Wllhetm II of the North German
Lloyd. B he declared on merchandlae
worth 111,010 bought In Europe, of
whioh 117,000 represented two articles
of Jewelry. The duty amounted to t0,-
Mra. Huntington was met by friends
who told her they had brought 15,000
to tha pier with them. She instructed
them to send for $15,000 more. This
money soon arrived in bills of large
denomination, one being a 110,001 gold
note. Mra. Huntington holds ths record
for paying tha largest cash amount of
duty on deolared articles ever handed
ova to the government officiate on tha
dock. Thla waa 111,001 In 1101.
(Continued from Page One.)
waa opposed by ax-Con greaaman Mal
colm Moody, It la contended, because
tha new county would have been a
strong an ti -Moody district, while Incor
porated In Wasco It could be controlled
by tha votes of The Dallea district. Now
that tha direct primary law outa away
county llnea to a great degree and the
whole voice of the people aettlea polit
ical dlaputes. It la argued that Mr.
Moody and his friends do not fear the
division so much as formerly.
It ia oven predicted by some that Mr.
Moody may sand his warhorse. Senator
Whealdon, into the county fight on the
aide of the Hood River people, aad thus
show thorn that he wishes than well
aa a means of establishing a base of
auppllea for future votes.
Tha bill will not have an aaay time
in Its passage through tha legislature,
however, for there am many interests
that will fight It. Soma of these are
bualneas interests at The Da Use, Peo
ple ox waaco county win aiao oajeot
to loatng tha rich Hood River diatrlot
for taxation purposes, and. If tha old
plan of annexing tha saw county to
Multnomah for Judicial purpoees la fol
lowed out in tha aaw measure, tha In
fluence of tha Multnomah bar wUl
doubUass be cast against tha propoal
tlon. The reason for thla Is that tha
Incorporation of Cascade oounty into
the Multnomah Judicial district would
under a provision of ths law decrease
the compensation of the Judgea. while
at tha same time increasing tha volume
of their work. It la provided in tha
law that circuit Judges shall receive a
certain compensation where their dis
trict of work ia in one county of so
many inhabitants. If Cascade county
wars ta ba added to tha Multnomah
circuit It would necessitate a readjust
ment of tha plan sneer which tha
Judges are now working, snd would
thas take from them the added com
Jpenaattan accruing under tils provi
sion. It la hoped to overcome these ob
Jectlona, however, and up in the Hood
River country the people are planning
a courthouse. In their mind's aye, and
thinking of a Hat of county offlclala In
antlclpaton of what the legalature will
do to their contention for a government
of their own.
BARRICADES KEEP AWAY
(Continued from Page One.)
of the strike. Such Is a statement msde
today by one of ths warehouse man
agers. The congestion which existed
In the yards two weeks ago has bean
entirely cleaned up and tha warehouse
men are calling for mora care. These,
iv is said, are not aaay to gat. Tha re-
salt of the entire cessation of ship
ments at the beginning of tbe atrtke is
till felt and will continue to be felt
for the remainder of tha season. Though
Ve exporters are finding It aaay to
unload tha grain, here they are finding
It much harder to get it into the shins,
and they are cautious about shipping
to this point from ths wheat districts.
Tha Federated Trades council, which
passed resolutions of support in favor
of the strikers two weeks ago, laat night
plaoed the firm of Allen . a Le wis on
tha unfair list, and through Its organ.
the Portland Labor Press, will ask all
union member and sympathisers to
boycott that firm, which. It was stated.
Is especially vulnerable on account of
the fact that lta chief interest ta the
wholesale grocery buslneoa. Allen a
Lewis own Columbls dock NO. Z, but
only A few daya ago leased It to the
Northwestern Warehouse company. An
announcement that tha Frelghthandlers'
union, whioh has bean maneuvering fori
ON SALE ALL DAY
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Notice to Caa Consumers
All Gas Bills Are Now
Since all our gaa bills are now being delivered,
kindly bring or send gas bill to this office when
making payment. Discount will be allowed on all
bills far a period of ten (10) days from date of bilL
Portia rid Gas Co.
The Beat Scouring Soap Mad
A Scouring Soap
A Metal Polish
A Glass Cleaner
a ralae of wages for tha paat two
months, had been granted tha raise by
the various railroad companies, was
greeted with ehaera. Tha Increase will
average about 10 canta a day.
WITHHOLDS TRUE STORY
(Continued from Page One.)
her father-in-law waa not at aU satis
fied that tha body waa that of hia aaa
and ahe requeatad that the remains
and all other means of identification
ba released by tha coroner and are
turned to Kansss City. Ths request
was promptly denied.
rather Xas JTot Ooma
R. M. Snyder has written that he
would come to this city aad aid the
offlclala in running down tha murderers
of his son aa soon as the identification
was complete, but he haa failed to do ao.
His failure has oaused numerous the
ories to ba advanced by detectlvea and
officials aa to hia motlvee for falling to
aid In solving ths mystsry.
Tha Inquisition which waa begun at
HtUSboro on Thursday waa resumed in
thla oity at S o'clock thla afternoon.
District Attorney Allen arrived hero
from at. Helena this morning and tha
lnqulaltloa waa begun ahortly after
Soon. He stated that ha waa unable
to express an opinion as to whether or
not the mystery would ever be solved.
CLERKS ON RAILWAY
DECLARE BIG STRIKE
(Jeeraal SaeeUl Barries )
m P so. Texas, Oct. II. Bvery mem
ber of tha Brotherhood Of Railway
Clerks of the Atlantic ayataa at tha
Southern Pacific, from El Paeo to Maw
Orleana, went on strike thla morning.
Tha clerks aak II per cent Increase in
wages, pay for ovartlma and recognition
of their order.
Display at Hood River Fruit Fab
CONVENTION H CONVENTION
OREGON ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE
OPENS FRIDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 19th, 2:30 O'CLOCK
THE WHITE TEMPLE
Continues Until Sunday Night, October 11.
Afternoon and Evening Sessions. Splendid
Music aad Forceful Speakers
CnArfol The Trial el the Lead Opttei Law
ijlyVVltal Before Judge and Jury
amaaayjasassBSBi Friday Night. 7 30 Wllst leUDfC