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HB OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. . PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 15, lift
Government Will Do Work on
Second Schedule of Uma
HUNT TO RECOVER WHITE SOX LEADING
MARRIAGE KEPT SECRET NINE YEARS.
Your Weather Is Glorious,
Says; I Expected to Be
Drenched With Rain.
He Washington Supreme Court
Americans Wear Batting Clothes,
Holds That Subsidy Has Been
Earned by Railroad.
Knocking Two Pitchers
Out of Box.
HEARST TICKET IN
Independence League Names
Judicial Ticket for Second
Department Boss In Rage.
TO VOTE FOR HUOHE8
WILL CONSECRATE NEW
Episcopalian! From All Parts of State
Will Be Present to Greet New
Head of Church on His First Ap
pearance. XTragon weather Is glorious." said
the Right Rev. Charles Scaddlng tbla
morning. "I had heard so much of
Oregon ram that 1 expected to be
(reeled with a veritable downpour."
Bishop and Mrs. Scudding arrived
yesterday afternoon 'at 4:10 o'olock and
war driven to the home of Mr. C. H.
Lewis, where they will stay for a few
days. This morning Bishop Scaddlng.
accompanied by. Dr. A. A. Morrison,
Bishop Charles Scad ding.
.visited the new Trinity church, which
Will he consecrated by the bishop to
morrow morning. Bishop Scaddlng la
very much pleased with the new church
building and commented favorably on
the style of srchlteoturs.
The Trinity Episcopal church la
the mother Episcopal church of tha
northwest and the consecration services
tomorrow will be attended by prominent
Episcopalians from al over th state.
The services begin at 11 a m., bat
members of the church will receive
tickets which will entitle them to go la
and obtain their seats before the doors
pen to th public.
There will be an organ recital, fol
lowed by the special consecration serv
ice. At 7 '.SO p. m. Bishop Scaddlng will
nrssride over the services at Bt. David's
Episcopal church, on East Twelfth and i
stasia at Trinity
The evening servlceHtTrlnlty will I
. . . " ---. i
HaKah zUe (h-SotS
"Te Dedm- will "Smart In F." ;
Was Olad When They Bald Let Us Oo
Unto the House of the Lord" and
Praia th Lord" will be th anthems i
The consecration of Trinity marks
the bastnninr of . ,r in h
church Ufa Owirur to bulldlna th new
church, the work has been somewhat
disorganised. A number of new socie
ties will be organised: Th Chapter of
Junior Auxiliary, which 1 divided Into
different guilds; Chapter of Brother
hood Of Bt Andrew: Caatle of the
Knights of St Arthur, and the Tribe of i
Woodcraft Indians for th email boys,
Tae Sunday school will be reorganised
The classes will be graded according i
to age and notebooks used In place of
tn international Quarterly. In thla ,
way the lessons may be salted to the
especial needs of th different riaee
CHARLES REED DIES
OF HEART FAILURE
(Special Dispatch to The Journal.)
Seaalda. Or., Oct. IS.-Charles Reed
of East Portland died suddenly while
sitting In a chair at '7 o'clock laat
night He had been suffering from
heart trouble for a year. He waa vis
iting Charles Dubois,, a ?, A. R. friend,
at this plaoe. Read was a Mason, a
Pythian and a member of the o. A. r.
Hla remains were shipped today to Port
land for Interment.
Mr. Reed waa a well known resident
of the east aide. In the early daya of
the east side he ran a notion store at
the foot of Old Clay street, but this
was burned out In the big fire which
swept that district some years ago.
At th time of his death he waa about
70 years of age and without near rela
tlvea He had no rhlldren and his wife
.... .v- . . . . ...
TL "7 i.wn, a'"ro'
Store, dropping dead one day In front of
Ais piece or ousiness, about six years '
Th deceased waa a graduate of a
Pennsylvania medical college, but never
practiced whll In Portland. He waa
known aa "Dec," however, by all his
CHINESE WILL FIGHT
TO KEEP IRON DOORS
Following th Investigation mads by
Building Inspector pencr and Chief of
the Ftre Department- CampbeH of the
barricaded doors that have leen erected
In the entrances to gambling resorts In
Chinatown, written notice waa served
by the polio this afternoon on nil Chi
nese found to be violating the ordi
In the event of a rallure to obey the
Ht the police Intend to make arrests
Th ordinance provides a maximum fine
i tr0 for violation of the ordinance.
It is thought that the counsel for th
Chinees will make a test case of the
matter and fight It to the supreme
GIVEN TO CHARITY
sSSMtseh Oct. 11. Today the widow
th late Samuel Lewie Hill died, n
listing th dletrthutlnn of the es
te wbsua. according to the ni of the
eater, leaves tlt.00e.000 to charitable
JUSTICE RANKIN DOES
NOT AGREE IN OPINION
Because Eureka Flat Is Not Served
by Main Line, He Believes That
Upton Brothers Should Not Be
Forced to Pay.
(Special Dispatch tn The Journal
Olympla. Wash., Oat. It. The su
preme court of the state of Washington
handed down a decision this morning
to which Justice Rankin does not agree
and has filed a dissenting opinion. The
court holds that Upton brothers of
Walla Walla must par It. 000 aubaldy
to Q. W. Hunt, which they promised In
18lt, when the Bunt line was promoted.
The defendants In this ease, with
others, signed subsidy agreements to
assist (n the construction of the road.
Tney oojeeter. to paying in monay
because a corporation built the Una In
stead ef Hunt as an Individual. They
also allege that the terms of the agree
ment ware violated because the main
line does not tap Eureka flat a branch
being run Into that territory.
The court holda the agreement good
because Hunt was the chief stockholder
In the corporation and the promoter of
the project. For this reason It Is
held by the court the subsidy has bean
earned and must be paid.
Justice Rankin la his dissenting opin
ion holds that Hunt cannot recover
the money he claims because Eureka
flat la not served by the main line of
SAYS GAME WARDENS ARE
Attorney Schuebel Objects
Statements Made by
J. W. Baker.
(pedal Dispatch te The Journal.)
Oregon City, Oct. II. Deputy Dis
trict Attorney C. Schuebel has taken
Issue with State Game Warden J. W.
Baker, who came out laat weak in th
newspaper communication stating thai
he had been informed by on of his
deputies la Clackamas county that Mr.
Bchuebel had declined to prosecute
violations of the game law. Mr.
Bchuebel this morning gave out the fol
"I have talked with deputies ar.d gone
out of my way to And cases where th
law had been violated. Mr. Baker, In
the past, has had fellows In this county
whom he would appoint as gam war-
dens, who were simply mischief makers
and who would try to draw their sals-
ris and make trouble where there was
JJ f t"SJ.
though they were doing something.
triad .ta tell th. district at-
th? ta sr-sts wouM
mak arrests and set caa.- without my
wl5? n? then f m to trJ .V"
w1tnout T. kr,.owln" T'1, !ne
i"" w"re r naving oeen nouiieu u-
lore sa to me time or iriai.
All of th protection gam has had
" uiaexamas county nas come pnnci
P1,T through my notifying deputy
gam wardens where the law was vio
lated and Insisting on them trying to
enforce the law. If Mr. Baker would
appoint three or four men at the proper
seasons of the year and distribute them
properly in Clackamas county there
would be no trouble and every man who
had violated th law would be prose-
cutea. bo rar every oompiatnt mat
has ever been presented to me where
there has been reasonable probability
or conviction has been vigorously prose
ECC8 IN POCKETS
Burglar Well Loaded With
(Special Dispatch to Th Jonrnal.)
Oregon City. Oct. It. Tom Kelly, a
hobo with an appetite for hen fruit,
was arrested last night by Officer Shaw
charged with larceny from a dwelling.
Ha enter-erf the basement In the rest
A.nra nf phiria, w Pnn. v... ic
hearlng tha disturbance, telephoned for.!
th police. Kelly's pockets were filled
ARRIVES IN PORTLAND
Brlgodler-Oeneral Stephen P. Joyce-
im, recently appointed commander of
the department of the Columbia, with !
tiMitniinrt.M a t Vancouver Wnihlnr. .
ton, arrived la Portland this morning !
from Sen Francisco. Contrary to pre- ,
.-i .. . . - i t i i .
rlous arrangements. Oeneral Jocelyn did i
m. .... - x, ,, m w...
i.e. nr v.,,.,., ... hi. ... ,
This Is not Oeneral Jocelyn's first
visit to Portland. He wns stationed at
Vancouver about 20 years ago. He haa
not decided whether he will take up hla4
residence In Portland or Vancouver.
BERTHA KRUPP WEDS
WITH CIVIL CEREMONY
(Journal Special torrlre.)
Kseen. Germany. Oct. 11. Although
the rellgioua ceremony of the marriage i
or Berth Krupp to Lieutenant von Boh- j
ten is set ror Monday, the civil cere
mony waa performed today. The cou
ple arc really married, the civil cere
mony being legally binding.
Peering tbe assassination of Prauleln
Krupp, befor her marriage Monday, tbe
emperor la guarding; the Krupp mansion
aa careruiy aa If 11 was hla own palace
The bride will present tltO.000 pension ; toay overruled the demurrer to the In
to the fund of the Krupp Works dlotment In th cas of th state against
. James Seeley. Warren Eastman, Fred
...... ... ! Bustrln and William Murphy, charged
JUDGE THINKS OIL rlot conrectlon with the St.
Wltir IC lllirtCD nnn P-"1 trag-edr. Th demurrer wss to th
MNU lb UIMUbn UUU effect that the oourt had no Jnrlsdt.--
I tlon because St. Paul Is Incorporated.
Kansss Cltv tin. Oct 11 Iud Ths defendants will plesd sot gull'y
Wooford. for io ve.r. s rriminai i.M.s.
this morning In sentencing a prisoner
for burglary . said: "Ton are what's
called th "under dog.' I am for th
under dog all th time, and consider
Rockefeller sn under dog, because
everybody jumps on htm. I don't know
him. but I think he's the moot abused
man la th country."
.10 14 0
(Jearaal Special Berries.)
Chicago, Oct It Evened up again.
eaoh with two gam to their credit
the Cuba and Whit Sox battled today
for th fifth gam, end If the winners
today do not also carry away tomor
row's contest the eeventh game will be
necessary. Many expect that the sev
enth will have to be played, for so far
the two teama have fought It out on
even terms. The footing that a seventh
game will have to be played Is net
confined to Chicago, for today offers
were received from a number of outslda
cities for the seventh. All these offare
have been declined. The national com
mission met this morning and debated
the Question of the seventh gama It
waa settled that If It is necessary a
toss of a coin will decide, at whloh
park In Chicago It will be played.
The weather man saw fit to dish up
for the teams a nice warm, balmy, sun
shiny afternoon. In fact It waa Ideal
ball weather and the beet the -champions
have drawn. A half holiday and
the raot that the nine nan no sonooi
today caused an IncYessed attendance.
The enthusiasm waa In keeping with
the slse of the crowd. As early aa 11
o'olock rootera with all klnda of noise
making apparatus filled the cars headed
for th Arena.
Crowd Frae t,
The gat closed at 1 :10 o'clock, after
25.000 peraona had been admitted and
nearly half as many more were outside
flahtlnr to get to the ticket window.
Newspapermen, for whom waa provided
a special gate, had to fight mora than I
half an hour before they were admitted
to the ground, ao denae waa the crowd j
around th grounds.
The ram of the rooters drowned all
other noise. The fans from the board
of trade were early at the grounds, and
they occupied one section of the grand
stand. They came Into the grounds
leading two live bear cubs aa mascots
for the Nationals.
Manager Jones says that if Walsh
wine today's game he will use Altrock
tomorrow and Walsh again on Monday.
He added that he was la a bad plight
about a shortstop, neither George Davis
nor Tannehtll being in shape. The bat
teries announoed today were Walsh and
Sullivan for the White Sox and Ruel
bach and KJlng for the Cuba
Uneup of Teams.
The batting; order today wave as)
AmeTlcmsjB Harm, rr : Jones, or.; is
bell, IhrRehe, tb.; Donohue, lb.;
Dougherty, If.; Davis, sa; Sullivan, o.;
Nationals Hoffman, of.; Bheckard.
If.; Schulte, rf. ; Chance, lb.; Btelnfeldt,
lb.; Tinker, sa; avers, th.; Kllng. a;
George Davis was far today from
being in as good shape aa he was
yeserdajr, yet he went into short.
Tb Nationals when they appeared on
the field brought with them two black
bear cubs and they created no end of
excitement and enthusiasm. They
snarled and snapped amusingly and the
crowd roared at the antics of the ani
mals. When the game waa called the crowd
outside of the gates clamoring for ad
mittance had swelled to 1S.O0O persons
and another squad of officers had to be
called to preserve order. The cheers
of the crowd Inside told those on the
outside that the game had started, and
man In their desire to get Inside made
a grand rush for the gate la which
persona were pushed and knocked down
and It Is feared that a number have
been Injured. The cops charged on the
crowd and attempted to break up the
mob at the gatee.
White Box Soot.
The White Sox started In at the first
and drew a tally. Hahn. the first bitter,
combed a single and was sacrificed to
.econd by Jones, wbo went out Rusl
ui, to chance. Isbell ripped off a
double to right field, which acored
Hahn. Da via forced Isbell. and Kone,
still with his batting aye good, seat
one to left field good for two bags.
Donohue draw a paaa and thla filled the
basea and tha grandstand and bleach
ers wars in a roar. Dougherty came up
and waa urged to make good, but tb
bast he could do was to - hit Into a
double play, Evere to Chance. Th de
cision at first has waa one that was
very much off color and the crowd let
loos some awful howla
Not to be outdone In the opening th
Cube started to touch Mr. Walsh. Hoff- j
man and Shack sacrificed to Donohue.
Bchultae laid down a singi out nou
man was unable to get wy from eec-
"d. Walah hurled a close on up to
(Jhance, wno preienaea ne pi uvwoi
and Johnston favored him. This
filled the bases. Btelnfeldt hit a alow
on and forced Chance, bat Iebell In
trying to double at first threw Into th
crowd, which let Hoffman and Bchultae
tally. Tinker bunted and Donohue
missed Walsh's throw and this scored
Bln",al: ,"J?..vr. "Tr
wUh C"b" r"n"
SOS XVCB SCOT.
Aftsr blowing up la th first .the Sex
settled down and held the Cubs safe in
. U a mnA mnA h,lnv firm th Amr-
ai.rtMl In tha third to ent down
tha lead of the Cuba and they drove
Ruelbach to the horse blank eta. Isbell
the first batter for the Sox up fh the
third, drove out a liner good for two
bases, and George Davis fallowing tore
ott another double that scored Isbell.
ttueo nueiDacn was men wnnurawn
and Pfelster went on tbe hurling hill
and tried ta stop the onslaught of the
"White Box. Rohe whiffed at three
speedy ones and Donohue drew a hit,
bat wss forced by . Dougherty, Jlggs
Kvers to Tinker. Davis and Dougherty
worked tbe double steal to perfection.
Davis scoring. Sullivan fanned and tha
lnntag ended with honors even, eaeh
aioe naving mra runs.
MUST STAND TRIAL
(Special Dispatch to The Jearaal.)
Balem. Or., Oct. it. Judg Burnett
and Men demaaos a separate trial.
Th services at St. Stephen's tomor
row will be holy communion at 7:t0
a. m ; morning service at 11 o'clock:
evening aervloe at 7:10 o'olock. Bishop
Scaddlng will celebrate the holy eCBB
munlon at 7:10 a. m.
smV 1 9m if JyV ' fjLfslM jB . I?' "H
Baa BBae I g 1 isiBBKew JRH
I BxW7?gfrI H i SVaisfl fV
Mrs. Frank Eugene Hammond, who has been married nine years in secret
Hie cause of the marriage being kept secret was Dr. Hammond's
father, who opposed the union, but when he was told on his deathbed he
forgave them. Dr. Hammond was only 18 and a student st the Mary
land College of Dentistry at Baltimore, when he met Miss Franchi,
who was also studying medicine in the southern city. They ware mar
ried December , 1897, and will start on their long postponed honey
moon trip. The couple were able to keep the marriage secret chiefly
because after each had graduated from the Baltimore' collage Dr.
Hammond went to Pernambaco, in Brazil, where he prospered. Mrs.
Hammond remained in New York, where she practiced medicine.
EASY MONEY VIA
THE PAWN SHOP
. . .
Police Arrest Man for Disposing
of Typewriters He
H. Frtllnser. who is alleged to have
been making a practice of renting type
writer from various concerns In this
city and pawning ths machines to second-hand
dealers, wss arrested this aft
ernoon by Detective Hill on a warrant
charging him with larceny by bailee.
The complainant In the case Is W. W.
Wlswell of the Smith Premier Type
writer company, who clalme that Fiil
lnger rented two machines from him
arid subsequently sold them.
On the prisoner when searched at the,
oity prieon was found a pawn-ticket for
a typewriter, the property of the Un
derwood ' Typewriter company, which
had been sold to the New Tork Loan
office on Third street. The extent of
Frilinger'a operations is not known,
but Is has been ascertained that. In ad
dition to the machines secured from the
Underwood and Smith Premier agencies,
he also rented two typewriters from th
Portland Typewriter company.
FrUtnger'B alleged method was to In
form the agency that hla wife waa
studying stenography and typewriting
and he wanted one of the machine for
her to practice upon. After paying a
week'a rental in advance the typewriter
would be cent to a given addreaa, and
that would be the last seen of It. Sev
eral other complaint will be filed
against Frilinger today.
BARN IS DESTROYED
BY BLAZE AT FORT
, (SpeeUi Dtspsteh 10 Journal.)
Walla Walla, Wash Oct. it. In a
spectacular fire, threatening to destroy
thoussads of dollars' worth of govern
ment buildings, troop B's barn at Fort
Walla Walla was burned to tha ground
at noon today, causing a loaa of tt.SvO,
with no Insurance. The efforta of the
firemen from the city with too soldiers
only saved the four big barns In that
vicinity rrom numing.
MAG00N IS GOVERNOR
OF CUBANS TODAY
(Journal Bnaelal I
Havana, Oct. It. Magoon aaaumed
the provisional governorship today, re
lieving Secretary Tart, who, with Sec
retary of Stats Macon, will aall late
thla afternoon on the battleship Louisi
ana. Oeneral Funaton la going on tha
Virginia.' Governor Magoon haa lasued
a proclamation reiterating Taft'a proc
lamation, saying es scon aa ne w
able. ha would reatora Cuban control.
MRS. FAIRBANKS SENDS
FOR BRIDE AND GROOM
(Journal Special Serlee.
Indianapolis. Ind.. Oct. It. Mrs. Fair
banks today sent this telegram to her
son Frederick end hie wife at Pltte-
burg: ''Beet wishes, health and hsppl
ness. Come home soon." At the time
of the elopement Mrs. Fairbenke was
pot at home. She returned from s trip
to northern Indiana. Sh oonaldered
the elopement for some time, and ths
result wss today s message.
CARTOONIST TO WED
MARIE WING GORDON
( -levels nd Oct. it. Robert W. Setter
field, the cartoonist, is to be married
In St. Louis, Ootobor It, ta Miss Marie
SIR JOHN LENG
IS COMING HERE
Distinguished Soot to Pay Visit
to Portland, Accompanied
by His Family.
Sir John Long, author, editor and par
liamentarian, of Dundee, Scotland, will
arrive In Portland at 4:te o'clock this
afternoon. Sir John Is touring the
world in company with Lady Long and
their daughter. Miss Leng, and will re
main In Portland a week. A suite of
rooms haa been reserved for the dis
tinguished party at the Portland hotel.
and they will be met and entertained by
Portland friends while staying In this
This Is not the flret visit of Sir
John to Oregon. He was here In lt7t
and wrote a book upon hi impressions
of th country, paying special atten
tion to th wonders of the Willamette
valUy. for which country he predicted to thla end be It resolved, that the prea
a great future. He traveled about the ent board of directors are requested ana
country afoot and on horseback at that
Ume and became well acquainted with
Sir John waa the Dundee member of
parliament for It years, being first
sleoted In Ittt and returned for suc
cessive tends until the last general
election. He commanded qslte a
prominent piece so long as he waa a
member snd made a special study or
the lute Industry, upon which subject
he haa written much. He made a trip
to India te etudy the lute question,
whloh Is considered of vital Importance
to hla district, snd at the same time
one of the leading economic questions
of Great Britain The result of his
travel and research sustained him In
hie position In parliament and made him
a leader In Its discussion.
Sir John Is the proprietor of the
Dundee Advertiser, the leading Scotch
paper, and one that has played a prom
inent part in the discussion oi puoue
affairs In Great Britain. The noted
Scot has been designated tbe "Little
Giant," being ehort in stature, although
wiry and active, even today m nie sev
MARY B0WEN STOLE
FOR MARRIED LOVER
,-JearasI Sneelsl Ssrvtse.l
San Francisco. Oct. It Mary Bow en,
accused of embessling 7,000 from ths
money order department of the Oak
land postoffice. waa found not guilty
today. Her defense wss Insanity. She
admits tbs embesslsment, but declares
she gave all the money to Louis Baker,
a married man.
FIGHTS FOR ALIMONY
(Journal S serial Barries. 1
Cincinnati, Oct It. The motion of
John K. Madden for a discontinuance
of th $$,000 yearly alimony ordered
for his wife, who immeaiaresy arter tna
divorce married M. V. Bell, was argued
in court this morning. Mra Bell, si
though the wife of a millionaire, flghte
to retain the sllmony.
rrom tbs Chicago gaosrI HaraM.
"We're nttsa tear a boat the ateanest sub,
bet I happen to know the saeanest woman."
"The owe who gam to weddings sad aljlj
retaoeea the cards frost tbe preesats, en that
the brtea caa never anew wMss of her frleade
it waa who gave her th plated butter knife."
Xa the Cardan ef Bdu.
Proa Be Ttvaat
(retaralae te alaner. to Bee) Seed
I Oh I these we sua I Tear can't leave
sarthlsg a leas. Tea sav
galas eat ef amy
(Sperial Wswateh to Tas era,
Washington, D. C. Oct II. The
beard of consulting engineers which re
cently convened in Portland to open
bide for the construction of the main
eaaal and lateral of the distributing
system of the Umatilla project received
eeven proposals, which were transmit
ted to th department.
- The work la divided Into two sched
ules, and th secretary of the Interior
today awarded th contract for sched
ule No. 1. consisting of aba), It miles
of the mats and lateral ditches to
Thomas Jaques of Pilot Rock. Oregon,
whose bid was tl0.tlt.tO. All bids on
schedule No. t. whloh constats of 1
miles of main canal and laterals, were
rejected, on the ground that they were
unreasonably high. The secretary of
the Interior authorised, the reclamation
service to proeecute th work by tores
account. Horses for the work will be
shipped from the Klamath project, in
the southern part of Oregon, as their
use at the latter .place la not needed
during the winter.
New Organization Will Be Ef
fected by Board of Directors
(Special Dtspsteh te The Jearaal.)
Oregon City, Oct. It. Several men
have pledged $100 each toward the for
mation of a new Willamette Valley
Chautauqua association. The old eeeo
clatton was dissolved yesterday after
noon by a unanimous vote at a meeting
of the stockholdere where tot shares
were repraoented. Immediately after
the resolution providing for th disso
lution of the corporation had been
adopted the stockholders were unani
mous tn adopting a resolution providing
for reorganisation. Thla work will be
undertaken by the hoard of directors
which wse elected yeeterday The va
cancy In th old board caused by the
death of E. E. Char man waa filled by
the election of A. F. Parker and th
following directors were reelected:
George A. Stasia Charles B Moore.
Charles H. Dye. George A. Harding. W.
A. Huntley, H. . Cross and X T. Ap
peraon. .a - .
Vloe-President C H. Dye presided at
the stockholders' meeting and Secretary
Cross gave a detailed statement of tbe
financial affairs of the association The
Indebtedneee le tt.Itt and this amount
will be assumed by the new corporation
which will have aa aaset aa unincum
bered lease of 71 aerea In Gladatone
Park Which does not terminate for
years and bulldlnga of the probable
valae of 15,000.
It la proposed to organise with a cap
ital stock of $1,000 divided into 200
shares at $2 per shsrs. Tbe board of
directors will get to work at once and
will not stop until the stock Is all sub
scribed. The following resolution was
adopted by a unanimous vote:
"Whereas. The Willamette Valley
Chautauqua association for the laat
two years haa had a deficit In Ite annual
receipts now aggregating about tl.JtO.
snd tbe same It so large business pru
dence demands that the same shall be
provided for before attempting to hold
another assembly, and
"Whereas, We feel th abandonment
of the annual aasembly would be a
distinct loss to the Willamette valley
and te the state of Oregon.
"Therefore, We, the etockholdere of
said corporation In annual meeting as
sembled, do hereby adopt the recommen
dations of th board of directors look
ing to a reorganisation of said aa
sembly on a more permanent dsi, mo
aireotea io uw ikbi w -new
corporation to carry on the Chau
tauqua work and eollctt subscription
to lta stock, such new corporation to ac
quire the aasets of the Willamette Val
lev Chautauaun association and to aa-
ley Chautauqua association
sums its obligations.
That. On tbe legal organisation ef
such corporation, the said directors are
hereby authorised and directed to trans
fer to such corporation all th aaaeta ef
th prsent corporation, provided uch
corporation will assume lta obllgatloaa
and that on such transfer the WUlasa
ette Valley Chautauqua aeeoolatlon he
and Is hereby authorised to be dissolved.
"Resolved, Further, that If the said
directors shall find It Impossible to. f -fct
such an organisation they are here
by authorised and directed te legally
dissolve th present corporation ta the
way that seems to them for tha beat
interest of an concerned and wind up Its
PAVEMENT WORN OUT
(Special Dtepateh Ta Joaraal-)
Vancouver, Wash., Oct. It. As the
wet weather seta tn tb cry for better
street Improvements la this city grows
louder. 'We should by all means have
permanent Improvements an Mala sad
Washington atreeta" la heard oa every
side. There le not s business man but
who can sea the benefit to be derived
from such an improvement.
The present board pavement on Main
street le about worn out and that street
must be improved. In some manner be
fore many monthe. Washington street,
upon which mueh of the business of
the oity Is now centering, haa practic
ally no Improvement aad during tbe
winter montha It becomes s genuine
country road with mud eeveral Inches
So far the council or business men
have taken no step toward making
this most Important Improvement They
I agree is should be done bat think there
i is no hurry, sucn waa tae spim wai
Inst for this city two large manured
turlng plants some months ago which
have since located at St. Johns. Ore
gon, where Inetead of being held up for
ap Vitrageoas price for land upon
which to locate their business they ware
given land which if they do aa they
agree wilt be donated them by the busi
ness men of tbs town.
frost Barpw't Weekly.
"Iff Sreaefsl eeear." all the housewife,
"that the patsWeTyee arlsg ata should he sn
arach Msser at tae top ef the seek thaa they
are at the hottest."
''Wet at all. hast." said the heseat farmer.
"It's jest thla Way I Potatoes Is fro wis' an
fast teat wow tast er Ma tisse I dig a sackful
th laat ooea gag Is ever aa meek bigger 'a
Hearst Contributes Liberally to Local
Charity at Elmlrs Republicans to
Push Campaign Unceasingly
Overconfident of Victory.
(Jperaal Special tarries.)
New Torn. Oct. 11. Hearst's Indepen
dence league Judicial ticket for second
department was Hied with the secretary
of state at Albany yesterday. When
the newe of this i cached Brooklyn the
anger of the Democratic district leader
was great. McCarren held a conference
with one of hie lloutenanta. and at th
conclusion It waa learned that definite
plana of action had been agreed upon.
It Is understood McCarren Intends to
call a msetlng of the Kings county
Democratic commission for tonight to
place the matter before the local Democ
racy. It Is the plan to paaa a resolution so
tghat the local organisation may go en
record and Its regularity may not be
impeached, Indorelng the action of tha
Buffalo convention and also the ticket
nominated at Buffalo.
Thla perfunctory act will d per
formed. It Is said, with the understand
ing that the Brooklyn Democratic ma
chines will support Hughes at the polls.
At Vltnlra. Hearst contributed liber
ally to local charity when eollelted.
Later he Informed an Kim Ira paper
that he would give tl.ooo mora to char
ity If It could be proved, aa haa been
asserted, that he employed Chinese
labor, or owned, directly or lndlr-wtly.
any property on which Chliteee labor
waa employed. The offer waa accepted.
Managers of the Republican cam
paign are arranging to puah forward
their work with great vigor. From now
on the Hughea forces will work un
ceasingly. Th Republicans feel ao sure
of defeating Hearst that both Chair
man Woodruff aad Parsons have
felt It necessary to warn th opponents
of Hearst against the danger of over
confldenoe. Laat ' night Woodruff
coached to stump speakers, who are to
be cent all aver the state
Candidate Hearst spoke at Elmira
yesterday afternoon and at Ithaca last
evening. Candidate Hughes spoke at
Penn Tan yesterday and at Seneca Falls
Prominent National Guardsman
Confined to His Residence by
W. L. Gould Is lying in a critical con
dition at hie home. 461 Bumaid street
Mr. Gould, who Is captain of company
F. Third Oregon Infantry, has been ill
for eeveral years, but It was not until
Captain W. L. Gould.
last August that the dteease took aa
acute form. Since that time he haa bean
confined te his home snd unable to at
tend to hi business.
Me. Qould la one of the best known
men in Portland. He haa many friends
among the bualneae men of the oity by
reason of his oloss connection with
dry affairs. Hs is secretary of the
United Railways company. Mr. Gould
was aa assistant to City Auditor
Thomas C Devlin for many years and
resigned to aeoept the secretaryship ef
the railway company when It waa
FARMER KILLED WIFE
AND SIX CHILDREN
(Joaraal "porta 1 Sorries.)
Newport, Tonn Oat 11. ChaJheara
Mlntooth. aged It years, one of th
most prominent farmers ef this neigh
borhood, today murdered hla wife, four
children, and fatally Injured two other
ohUdren, and then committed suicide,
onttlng his throat. All the evldeno
shows that Mlntooth was suddenly
struck Insane. The orimee were com
mitted with an ax. h braining his wife
FROM HELPLESS MAN
(Jearaal Spools! Serrles.)
San Francisco, Oat 11. Polloemaa
J T. Laws wss suspended end looked
op on th chsrge of stealing $110 from
the clothing ef John LovJoy. whll the
latter was . being operated ea la the
hospital for a gunehot wound la his
chest The alleged theft occurred under
the eyes of the operating surgeon.
CUTS WIFE'S THROAT
AND TAKES OWN LIFE
Uoomal Special Sanies.)
Tuepln. Mich., Oct. It O. W. Camp
bell eat. hie wife' throat from ear te
ear aad committed sulci the same
way this mernlag la hotel hare.