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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, 8ATURDAY - EVENING, OCTOBER 11, IMS,
TROUBLE BREWING FOR OFFICER
WHO PLOTTED AGAINST FUNSTON
Army Man Will Be Courtmar
tialed for Conspiring With
Cubans to Injur General.
ABSOLUTE ANARCHY IN
MANY- PARTS OF CUBA
Titrable ' Probable Before United
State Qeta Out of Island Clash
Between Factions Can Only Be
Avoided With Greatest Cars.
I btdil B
Havana, Oct. II. Jt la believed that
aerloue trouble la brewing- for an of
ficer of the United Seatea army, whoa
nam haa not been given out, who I ao
cuaed of conspiring with Cuban poli
tician to fore the recall of General
Funaton from the Island. The atorjr
waa Ignored at first, bat ha crown ao
lnalatent and specific In many of tta de
tails that there la every reason now to
believe It la true. The reason assigned
for the action of the offloer t that he
1 a member of a oabal whoa purpose
It ta to do all poaalble to Injur men
who hav been advanced la the aervlce
ovr the heads of older 'man and to do
all possible to discredit too who do
not happen to belong to the West Point
Most prominent among th Cuban
conspirators 1 ald to be former Vloa
1 'resident Capote, who baa openly de
clared that General Funaton when
serving In the Cuban army in th up
llsing, against the protest of Capet)
and other active leader, deserted th
rank of th revolutioalsta
It la known that th conspirators
hav dared, to make oharge against
General Funaton to Taft and It ts
strongly hinted that whan th aortary
gats back to Washington he will make
trouble for some of th army officers.
It 1 known that h ha a very high
opinion of General Funaton. and he Is
not likely to let the present trouble paaa
It I probable that a court martial
will follow and It I aald that th of
ficer to be put on trial I well-known In
army circles He la not, however, of
In aplte of the outward calm here,
there are those who believe there 1
going to be aerloua trouble before th
United State get out of th laland.
In many districts absolute anarchy pre
vail and the whole situation I fraught
with gravest danger. A clash between
the rebels and the follower of Pal ma
caa be avoided only by the greatest
care. Rebel who t?ll hav their arm
are making raid on Interior (owns and
threatening everybody who did not sym
pathise with th uprising. In a number
of caa murder has been barely
In Plnar del Rio property I unsafe
and woman dare not leave their homes
without an ecort. There I no sem
blance of law or order. Thl I espe
cially the case at Gulnes.
PEOPLE NEEDED TO
WORK IN CANNERY
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Oeneral Frederick Funaton.
(Sserlsl D'spatr to Th JoanaLI
Th Dalles. Or.. Oct. 1J The Holmes
Fruit company employs 40 women and
girl who hav been engaged for th
past six weeks in canning pear. Th
manager. Mr. Flnlay. bitterly complains
of the lack of help, and aays he would
employ aa many more If he could secure
He also complain that fruit dealer
prefer shipping fruit to having It canned.
If matters were properly adjusted,
with the amount of fruit grown In the
vicinity of The Dallee. he would be able
to employ about 100 persons far into
the winter, giving them mean of liveli
hood and inaugurating an enterprise
that would greatly Impel the growth of
MAY SUPPLY BAKER
WITH MONSTER WELLS
(SpecUl Dtepsteb t Tae Jnernsi i
Baker City. Or.. Oct II A remark
able well that seems to Indicate that
Baker City, by tapping what seems to
be a big subterranean water supply,
would find a prolific aourc of pur
water was struck recently by Benton
and Frederick, owner of a well-boring
machine, who pat down a well for th
Baker Packing oompany at the slaugh
ter-house In the valley.
The well driller went down through
the surface water and on to a depth of
64 feet, where they struck a vela of
pure flowing water end -withdrew their
apparatus. They sealed the well to frite
It from surface water and now the water
from below haa filled It to a depth of
4t feet. According to th well borers.
It is believed that water for many pur
pose could be secured throughout the
valley by putting down such wells.
DELAY NOW MEANS
New Interstate Commerce Law
Forbids Extension of Time on
ILLNESS DOES NOT
Unless Ticket Is Used by Data
Named Thereon, Road Is Unable to
Honor It for Passage and Pas
senger Must Pay Another Pare.
NEWPORT AND YAQUINA BAY
Th date Of sal of summer excur
sion tickets to Newport and . Taquln
bay hav been extended to October IS.
with a final return limit of October II.
which will enable those who have not
already been to this delightful resort to
take th outing at th reduced rat of
fered during th summer. Full particu
lars In regard to rates, etc, by calling
at City Ticket Office, Third and Wssh
lngton streets, Portland.
gisfesiod Meek Canned (foods.
Allan at Lewis' Beat Brand.
Under the working of the new 'inter
state commerce law a traveler 1 unable
to secure an extension of th time limit
on a railroad ticket If for any 1 reaaon
ha has been delayed and cannot return
home within the period originally
planned. .A Chicago man Who yester
day applied at the passenger office of
the Canadian Pacific In Portland waa so
notified snd went away considerably
surprised and disappointed.
The Chicago man had come to th
coast for a two month' stay, bringing
hi wife, and Intending to investigate
timber and make some Investments.
Quit naturally he became Interested
la the timber game aa soon' as no had
examined a few good Oregon propertied,
and he haa devoted much mora time
than he Intended to give to hla Investi
gations. - The llralt of the -two- round
trip tickets he purchased in Chlcagd ex
pire before he can conclude hla bu-.il-neaa
and reach Chicago. In times past
ha ha frequently been similarly de
layed, but had no difficulty In getting
th railroad company to extend th tint
limit on hi ticket. Thl time the re
sult proved different. He Was informed
that th railroad company would be
pleased to accommodate him, aa it had
In th paat, but th new law absolutely
prevented th extending of any fhvor
in that line.
The return coupon of a round trip
transcontinental ticket I redeemable by
tfca railroad company, but at the one-
war rate, so tn.it me passenger who
doe not us hla return ticket gets but
a few dollar for It. - In the caae of th
Chicago men' tickete. he loses 10 by
the transaction. It waa for a tune f a
understartdins of railroad passenger
agents that under the new .aw a
traveler who fefj 111 and was miol to
use the return coupon within the time
limit could get an extenaion of ft by
presenting a reputable physician' cer
tificate to th effect that he or she was
uaabte to travel. This question lias now
bean passed upon by the interstate
commerce commission authorities, and
the law la Interpreted to mean that no
such extension can be given on a rail
road ticket. In all caae If the ; aaaen
ger has not reached the final destina
tion before midnight of the late of ex
piration of the ticket, he must pty an
other fare for the remaining distance.
GIFTS FROM FANS
Public Testimonial to Be Given
Portland Team for Win
EVERYONE CAN HELP
IN REMEMBERING CLUB
Chisens Have Already Started to
Subscribe to Fund for a Token for
Bach Individual Player Mayor
Lane Help Along Good Work.
THE POLICY-HOLDERS' COMPANY
Before signing an application for life insurance, five us an op
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Active, Reliable Men Wanted to Represent Oregon
Life In All Parts of Oreg on
Home office Commonwealth Building, Portland, Oregon
... L. MILL, L. SAMUEL, CLARENCE S. 8AM U EL,
General Manager. Assistant Manager.
ladies; coats, man
style, something new
Columbia Woolen HUle Give Way to
Popular P swanS for TtUa X.ong
Coat la th aSssstslk Oat,
The Columbia Woolen Mills company
has introduced a novelty Into the tail
oring business. Henoe forth, they will
make man style costs for ladles, out,
finished and fitted from th aame fab
ric" used in supplying th stern sex
with the natty topcoat, or th swagger
"We simply have been forced to open
thl new department." aald Orant rheg
ley. manager of the Columbia Woolen
Mills company. "On many occasions we
have been asked by the wive asd lady
friend of our customers to depart from
our usual nil and make them up a
coat. It was not th original plan of
the company to make any ladles' gar
ments whatever. We did not have suf
ficient room to handle even our men's
trade to advantage, and thla haa been
the explanation we hav made to th
doxens of. la lies who hav asked us
why w did not put In a woman's tail
"During the summer on lady limply
refused no for an answer and demandec
that we make her a long coat for wear
in the cool evening up in th moun
tains, whither ah was going for the
summer. She explained to u that ah
wanted us to make her a coat man
style,' and from th aame materials we
used In making men'a long coats. Her
argument was that there was no reason
hv - .hnitM nrtt mahA Vi r . mml
Under thoe condition Just th as me aa j
we would make up the same garment to
a little different measure for her hus
band "We had no answer to that defense,
so we mad. up the coat. I do not know
how many friends and acquaintance
that lady poeee. but If she haa any
who hay not been In here to get us
to make them a coat, ah 1 Indeed uni
"A little reflection," continued Mr.
Phegley. "ha led us to believe that
there I n real reason why w should
not ' make man style eoate for ladlea'
wear aa long the aame materials are
uaed, the same cutter cut th garment
and the aame tailor do the work aa
carry on our regular bualnesa with man.
"Henceforth, ere are going to mas a
featur of men's coat for ladle' wear.
They will be cut, finished and fitted ae
atyliahly a the finest Newmarket over
coat costing $60 With our organisa
tion atsfl the volume of our business we
on make those ladles' coats for from
120 to IIS
"The order book," continued Mr.
Phegley. "already looks aa If the ladlea'
long coat department would be a
rather heavy Item In th coming year's
r. C. Butler and Miss Berth I. Stn
ger. of Xelao, Washington, vara mar
ried at 261 Eleventh street last venlng.
Rev. Dr Latham officiating.
Th man who I talking of tb
llahlng a denatured alcohol factory In
North Bend will want 110.000 tone of
potatoes next year.
Portland may not be a large es Chi
cago or hav two pennant winning
teama, but the loeal fan ar none the
las appreciative of th work of th
Olanta who hav brought th Pacific
Coast League pennant to thl city. To
ahow their appreciation the admirers
of th Portland team Intend to pre
sent each member of th team with a
token at the end of the season. Plana
to mak th testimonial public hav al
ready started and hav received a hearty
response. Mayor Lane baa given hie
Indorsement to the plan by agreeing
to aot aa custodian of th fund to be
raised by popular subscription and In
accepting the custodianship th mayor
added that he would do anything within
his power to mak it a public testimo
nial of th appreciation of th people of
Portland for th team that haa brought
fame to thla city.
The plan to provide a testimonial was
mad yeaterday at a meeting called by
manager Tom Richardson of the Com
mercial club. A committee was selected
and plana dlscuased for raising th
fund. The members of the commute
are as follow: A- D. Chariton, Charles
Stinger, Sheriff Bteven. C. B. Hick
man. Tom Richardson, Dr. James C.
Zan, William T. Pangle, Oeorge M.
Trowbridge, Frederick P. Bumgartner.
r. H. Bay, W. J. Petraln sod J. A.
A committee on design was appointed
and today they sre interviewing local
manufacturing Jewelers and obtaining
drawing of various kind, one of which
will probably be selected on Monday.
U1 Paaa SBaJ Contribute.
vary fan In th city wtU nave a
ohance to contribute their mite, great
or small. Subscription lists were placed
thl morning In all prominent cigar
stand where fan congregate and up
to noon there had been a good response.
Everyone wants to get In on tho
achem and show Manager MoCredle
and his band that their effort hsvs
been appreciated There ar many ad
mirer of th Portland team who -might
find It Inconvenient to call at on of
th place where th eubecrlptton lists
are opened, therefore the newspapers of
th city hav consented to accept dona
tion. Money or checks sent to the
Baseball Testimonial fund In ear Of
Th Journal will be turned over to
Mayor Lane, and by thla plan admirer
of the team will find It an aaay matter
to make their subscription. Th tlm
to subscribe la now.
In addition to th nrwapapers aeUng
i a agent for th fund subscription can
1 slao be made at th following plan:
I Schiller' on Morrison street arid alio
; at' Fourth snd Washington snd Sixth
and Washington; Wlttschen Wick
ham. Imperial hotel cigar stand; C. E.
I Holmes' store. Werthelmer'a store.
; th M. A Ounst store and all th
i store of th Unltod Cigar oompany.
Other placea where subscription Hats
will he located will he announced later.
That the movement will meet with a
hearty response 1 evident, for during
th season thousand of parsons have
watched and enjoyed th work of the
Olanta Those who do not want to
oontrlbut to the fund direct will hav
a chanoe to help along th work for
Jack Halser, manager of th Hop Oold
team, and Ed Rankin of the Schiller
nine, have agreed to play an exhibition
gam on week from tomorrow, Sunday.
October to, at Recreation Park, and as
thl la th laat gam of th local sea
son, and aa It will be given to help a
worthy cause It Is hoped all hands
Stay Be WaSah Charm.
While th committee to select th
testimonial hav not definitely decided
what It will be. It ta more, than likely
that eeeh member Of th team will be
given a handsome gold watch charm
that will be significant of Oregon and
Portland. They will be manufactured
by a local Jeweler, who ha consented i
to have his men work night and day to
complete the charms ta Usee for pre
sentation at the final game of the
Olanta In Oakland on October It. Some
of the members of the committee wUl
journey to Oakland and snake th pre
sentation. While the commute desires to make
th gifts a public testimonial from th
fan, th subscriptions will not be lim
ited to th ardent followers of the
game, but the commercial organisation
and business house win be asked to
contribute, for a winning baseball team
I on Of th greatest advertisement
a city can have. The work of the
Olanta haa been spread broadcast over
th nlr country, and that Portland
ha won the Pacific ooaat championship
will be known to cltlxens everywhere,
end naturally those who read of the
victory of the Olanta win realise that
a city to have a winning ball team
muet be Of more than ordinary Impor
tance, particularly whan th team of
that city I pitted against teams like
San Franclaco and Lea Angeles. The
Portland club has been a big advertise
ment for the city, and the merchant
who will benefit from thl advertise
ment. It la hoped, will mak substsnttal
donation to th youth who hav
brought fame to th Roe city.
You may inquire of someone sometime
why The W. G. McPherson Company
installs most of the heating plants put in.
We only ask that you see our fur
naces and our work the inevita
ble answer is contained THERE.
The W. G. McPherson Co.
Heating Engineers 47 First St., Portland, Or.
WILL ENTER CITY
Chicago, Milwaukee el St. Paul
Will Not Cross Columbia on
Hill's Vancouver Bridge.
WILL MAKE CR038IN0
NEAR CRAB CREEK
Road to Follow Watercourses Lead
ing to Cascade Passes at the Head
waters of the Ciapua River and Tap
New and Productive Territory.
DESERTS SOCIETY TO
COMFORT DYING NURSE
(JnarMi special Service t
Denvar, Colo., Oct If. Evelyn Walsh,
daughter of Millionaire Thome Walsh,
haa abandoned aoolety tempoaprlly to
attend the last tines of Ann McDon
ald, a aura Qf Evelyn childhood, who
I dying of tuberculosis.
Although no official announcement
haa been reads, It haa quietly come to
he understood that route of th Chi
cago, Milwaukee a St Paul railroad
Into Portland will be from the north.
Barl In the movement President A. J.
Eartlng settled aU doubts with th pos
itive statement that "the Milwaukee
would be built Into Portland.'' Subse
quent events have shows th way.
The route of the road baa bean finally
located and contracts let aa far west aa
the Columbia river at th mouth of
Crab creek Weet at that point the
line has been surveyed and located, but
Is at thl tlm In the stage of prelimi
nary secrecy that usually attend right
of way operation. The road win cross
the Columbia near the mouth of Crab
creek snd In general way follow th
watercourses leading to th cascade
paaaes at the headwater of th Clspus
river. Men who are olose to tne pro
lector hav acquired th coal meaeure
and extensive land holdings on tn wear
aid of the range, and th way has
been made easy for th Milwaukee to
follow the Clspus river down the west
slope and reach th valleye between
the Cascade and Coast rang, through
which runs th Northern Pacific and
the Harrtman line to ths south. The
MUwsukee'e Portlsnd line will, however,
be kejt as far aa feasible from the rival
roads, and It will be the endeavor of
Mr. Barling men to find a grade
through new and productive territory
In reaching the Columbia river at La
Win So Cross . vaaasevae.
At the present time It ta not the In
tention of the Milwaukee to creae th
Columbia at Vancouver over th new
Hill bridge. The plans of Mr. Barling
are believed to dovetail with the re
cently acquired survey of a- railway
projected from La Caress to Pro betel
and Hocklnson. by a New Tork man. In
co-operation with Forbes a Ooudy of
Portland, whoa project I incorporated
under th nam of th Vancouver a
Suburban railway. The road at first
ought a terminal franchise at Van
couver, but failing to secure certain
large privileges and water frontage, it
abandoned Veneouver, declined to ac
cept the proffered franchise, and sav
veyed it rout la a straight line run
ning north and south, immediately east
of th military reeervatlon end termi
nating opposite Lady' Island, nesr La
Cam. Extending northward, sur
vey of low grade wss carefully mad
and right of way lnvtlgted ts s
point some mile north Of Hocklnson,
where th company operation termi
nated with pusallng lndeflnltenms.
There 1 no doubt In trie mind of
close observer of th Mllwsukee's ma
neuver that th road will reach Port
land by thla route. The original Inten
tion was, of course, te com down th
north bank of the Columbia river di
rect from Lolo Psss and at Vancouver
branch north to the Sound. When It
was suddenly discovered that th Hill
people has anticipated everyone there,
the Milwaukee's plana went awry, and
Mr. Barling, with th keenest disap
pointment h had felt in years, eat
about to find th next beet rout that
would put him Into both Portland and
Seattle with the minimum grade and
After month of engineering and re-,
connolsance It was decided to run the
main stem westward 'to th Columbia
river at Crab creek, and there mak tHS
parting of the way, extending one line
via the Snoqualmle paaa to th Bound,
and th other via th Clspus river rout
to Portland. These plans ar now rap
idly being pushed forward. A soon aa
the remainder of the Snoqualmle pass
line Is under construction contracts, the
Portland line will be announced and
ready for th final estimate ami bid.
Th section from Roseltt to Hock
Lake, In eastern Washington. wUl be
built by Orant, Smith a Co., who hav
a contract for it miles From Rosalia
to Mnd, where th road will cross th
Northern Pacific, two camps are aatab
Uhdv and right of way are being pur
chased. Fron Llnd to Elleneburg th
old Llnd cutoff will b used. Survey
ing parties are at work between Tekoa
is used twice-a-day you will have
white teeth, hard gums, clean
mouth, pure breath, good diets-1 and Rosalia, completing a chang In th
, . , . " mote between tho point. Spokane
lion, gooa neaun. listen to youi
dentist's advice. He knows best.
la heady saeSal caa or hnttlae, age,
U"- Qravas' Tooth Powder C.
will be left off ef the mala Una, bat
will be reached by a bra Bah fSom
Clackamas can have the first
for divorcee, barring Multnomah.
The Kind Too Have Always Bought, and which has
In osa for over SO years, has borne the sisrnature
and has been made under his pt
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive yoa In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are bin
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health erf
Infant: and Childr n Experience against Experiment.
What Is CASTORIA
Oast ria ta a harmless substftu e for Castor Oil,
(fork, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is
eon tains neither Opium. Morphine nor other
substance. Its age is Its guarantee. It destroys W
and allays Foverishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind -"
olio. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural
The Children . Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind Ton Ha ye Always Bongbt
In Ute For Over 30 Years.
A soda cracker should be the most nutri
tious and wholesome of all foods made
But ordinary soda crackers absorb moist
ure, collect dust and become stale and
soggy long before they reach your table.
There is however, one
sods cracker at once so pure, so clean, ss
crisp and nourishing that it stands alone
la its supreme excellence the name Is
In a dust tight.
moisture proof package.
NATIONAL BrSCUIT COMPANY
Every Day but Sunday Prom
PORTLAND to ASTORIA
Leaving Taylor Street Dock at 1. A. M.
And Every Night But Sunday Night Frofa
ASTORIA to PORTLAND
Leaving Astoria at 7 P. M.
THE THE PALATIAL
LINE The Old and Re
Paasenesrs and Freight for