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TH1 OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL,
SUNDAY MORNINO. OCTOBER 14, 106.
Solicitors for Proposed Now As
sociation Building Have Laid
Their Plans Well.
COMMITTEES TO VISIT
EVERY BUSINESS MAN
No Citizen Will Escape Ounce to
Contribute to Building Fund-
Members Confident That Desired
Sum Will Be Secured.
Tomorrow will see the commencement
of the new campaign for the remainder
of the T. M.-T. W. C. A. building fund.
The past weak has been spent In re
organising the committee and the solic
iting; that has been done was carried on
In a desultory manner.
The cttlaen's committee will have
command of the work, and It Is expected
that from the new order much confusion
that resulted from the misunderstand
ing of the proper relations of the com
mittees will be done away with. A
great deal of the difficulty that was
as parent In the last campaign resulted
from members of one committee calling
upon prospective subscribers that had
been assigned to another committee.
Many new solicitors have joined the
So rose, and special attention will be
paid to securing many of the larger
subscriptions thst were not received
The young men's committee will also
make special efforta to secure their
, share of the fund. The committee
tailed to secure more than half of the
amount It set out to rales, and the fliem
htri sav that in the com In SO dava.
campaign they will more than make up
The business women's committee,
which msde the best showing of all
the committees, will continue In their
Work, although they have seen most of
the people to whom they were assigned
MIDI 6RAS FESTIVITIES
HELD AT LEWISTON
Interstate Fair Closed Last Night
With Unique and Interest-.
(Special Dispatch to Tbt Journal.)
Lewlston, Idaho, Oct. IS. The seventh
annual iwlaton-Clarkstou interatate
fair came to a brilliant close tonight
with Mardi Qrns festivities. The weath
er during the entire week was perfect,
being tha beat weather during a fair
ever experienced here. Thousands of
vial tors ware entertained, and the fair
wae a succeoa from every standpoint
This was the last fair on the north
west circuit aad consequently received
the boat-of every attraction offered
during (he season. The racing a tab lea
that have been quartered here during
the week stare shipped tonight to Boise,
wnere a mu hiuu racing
Four furlongs Young r Pepper woavl
jOhUoho second. Enchanter third; time,
4SU (track record)
Pour furlongs blttls Adele won
tie Mlnch second, Scorcher third;
NEW AMERICAN COUNTESS.
Idsa of Northwest Structure at
Jamestown Exposition Is
Id. nj c i s
Brass dcu special
THREE OTHER STATES
ASKED TO JOIN PLAN
Washington, Montana end Idaho
Will Be Requested to Join With
Oregon in Exploiting the Pacific
Northwest as Never Before.
The Countess de Sussnnet, Formerly Mis Margaret Knower, Whose Wed
ding in Peris Last Week at 'the C hurch of St Pierre de Challlot, Was e
Brilliant Affair end Represented th e American Colony's Upper Crust.
THIS IS THE LAST DAY AT
THE OAKS THIS SEASOI
Special Program Has Been Ar
ranged for Closing Day,
With Special Music.
The final event at Tha Oaks this ssav
n will take place tonight and until
next seaaon the miniature world s fair
will be closed, and will not again reopen
ntn next year. Everything will he
running in full blaat until midnight and
ne dancing pavilion will be'kaot oeea
one hour later than has been the custom
during the season. All of the attrac
tions Including tha chutes, giant whirl
flying macelaii dags re eight, roller
coaster. Old Mall, carousel, Hale's tour
cars and the skating rink will be kept
open for the benefit of viattors until
be-H M o'clock. The eoncesslonalree have
all arranged to offer spaclal Induoe-
vThe running results were as follows si ments sad will dispose of everything
me aancing pavilion two Deautirai door
prises will be- presented to a lady and
ELECTRIC ROADS ARE NOT
a . ,
Washington Railway Commis
sion Wants Stats Laws Im
proved by Assembly.
Three eighths of m mile Crooks won.
Ella True second, tittle Jack third;
Twelve mile relay race Clemen's en
try wen. Bartlet'a entry second. Wat
klna' entry third; time for 'entire race.
Woman Weds light b Tims.
(Special IMspstch by Leased Wire la The Journal
Fulton, Mr., Oct. IS. Benjamin Bolln,
a farm head at Oil wood. Missouri, and
Fannie James wero married this morn
ing In the probata court rooms by
Judge P. S. Heavens. This la ivy-s.
James' eighth marriage. She la a wo
man about 40 yeara of age, and lute four
children by her seven unions.
Tea aaa sot property looking out fee
Wo. I unieee yew wwtoh The Journal
Wan aaa. f
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gentleman, and ladlea will be admitted
Slgnor D'Urbnno has arranged the fol
lowing program for Sunday afternoon
and night, and It Is expected that the
crowd will Join- In singing as "farewell"
to the Italian band "Auld Lang Syne."
Matinee March. "The Oaks" . (D'Ur-
bano); overture. "Zampa" (Harold);
Bella. Chorus from 'TPagllaccl" t (Leon
cavallo); selection. "ust" (Gounod).
soloa by Slgnorl dl Fablo, Q. dl Fulvio
and Macario: March, "Prophet" (Meyer
boar); waits, "Spanlah" (Emldy); oor
net eolo, "fitabat Mater" (Rossini); se
lection, "Bohemian Olrl" (Balfe), solos
by Slgnorl O. dl Fulvio, Macario and O.
Evening March. "Elks" (D'Urbano).
(dedicated to lodge 142, Portland. Or.):
tlsst's "Hungarian Rhapsody" No. t (srr
A. Macario): baritone solo. "Serenade"
(Oounod), Slgnorl G. Olulil: Act
(Specie! Dlaaatek t. The Journal, i
Seattle, Wash., Oct. 1 J. -Washington
state railway commission la aeeklng to
secure control of tha electric railways
In the state. At the present time tha
commission has Jurisdiction over tha
steam roads, but tha electric lines,
whloh In soma inetaneea coma 'into di
rect competition with the steam Unas,
are without the scope of, the commis
sion's powers as fixed . by tha law
passed by the last legislature, and tha
commissioners find themselves work
ing hardship on (be steam roads while
urssMe to eeajtrel the actions of tha elec
For thb purpose of broadening the
scope of the law so aa to bring alt lines
under their control, the commissioners
are drafting a bill which will be Intro
duced this winter at the session of the
legislature, the commission to fix the
rates which shall be" charged by "any
Una mad thus prevent, rata cutting and
discrimination which tha commissioners
now -allege exists. Tha principal elec
tric lines are the new work around Spo
kane 'and the Jnterurban, whleh eon
nectn 'Seattle anij Tacoma.
and C. dl Fulvio; march, "Tannhauaer"
(Wagner); famous sextet, "Lucia"
(Dontsettl), aoloa by Slgnorl dl Fablo,
Macario. O. Olulil. G. dl Fulvio, Parme
glanl and C. dl Fulvio; celebrated "Or
gan Offertoire" (Battlata); "Auld Lang
Harry Morris, the world's champion
boy boxer, age II yeara, wll give a alx
round contest In the vaudeville theatre.
Ill I where also the famous Morrises will be
'Oioconda ' (Ponohlelli), soloa by 81 g-1 seen In acrobatic feats, foot postering.
nor! dl Fablo, Blacone, Macario, O. Olulll and light and heavy weight balancing.
THE BIO STORE WITH THE LITTLE PRICES
JeSsi Ifftfare'.-! i Steal
aanaaaaYntm ' Nfll
Knjs Ja m
Every garment cut according to the latest dictates of
fashion, from substantial woolen and worsted fabrics
OTHER STORES' ASK $15.00 FOR THEM
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
AND 8BCOINO 8TRBBT8
To Impress the people of the aaat
with the strength and unity of the Pa
cific northwest states, the Jamestown
sxpnaltloa com ml salon far Oregon has
undertaken to combine the atatea of
Washington, Idaho, Montana and Ore
gon in construction of a big building,
with separate exhibits all under one
roof for the four states, at the James
town exposition. A special feature will
bo a demonstration of tha open river
movement and the Importance of com
pleting the Columbia river Jetty aad
"A showing of tha resources, topog
raphy and scenery of the 150.000 aouare
.miles osanprtslrtg tha four atatea of the
Pacific northwest Is bound to attract
great attention," aatd Jefferaon Myers,
president of the commission. "And
when we add to this ahowlng the ex
hibits of actual products of this region.
It will be a powerful argument to every
mind. It will he calculated to appeal to
congressmen and senators who never
have and probably never will la person
visit this section of the country."
At a meeting of the commission yes
terday afternoon at the Portland Com
mercial club tha first step was taken
to unite the four atatea of the Pacific
northwest ta tha Jameatowa movesaoat
The following members ware present;
A. H. Devera. Tom Klcbardaon, Henry
Btacarman, President Jefferson Myers.
Secretary John H. Stevenson. A reso
lution was adopted directing tha presi
dent to Invite the governors of Oregon.
Washington, Idaho and Montana to loin
in the erection of a building, whleh all
might use to show the resources aaat
products of the Columbia river empire.
It is estimated that a suitable banding
can he' built for about fSO.eoe. Tha
large agricultural building at tha Lewis
and Clark taT coat but tt.00, and tha
Oregon building about SS,ee.
It la propsed that tha Pacific north
west building at Jameatowa should bars
fear wings and a largo rotunda. Each
state would have a wing In which to
make lta Individual showing, each wing
bearing the seal of lta respective state
in a prominent place on the front. The
rotunda, which would be of two stories,
could have a large apace on tha first
floor far receptions, snd on tha upper
floor a hall for lectures and sts re opticas!
by which realistic pictures could be
As soon aa tba replies of the four
governors are received President Myers
will depart for Jamestown, to ascertain
conditions. Inspect sites, and make a
report,-upon which will bo baaed pro
posal to the staa leejastature of Oregon
for an appropriation of mrssaary Sands
for the Jamestown Show. Should the
other atatea of tha Pacific northwest
decide. not to .come into the, plan for a
Joint building, Oregon will .proceed on
lta own accduht, M originally Intended.
VARSITY DEFEATS TACOMAHS
EIGHT TO NOTHING
Seatle Football Team Wins From
Whitworth College in "
HIS is the best bed value ever offered in
Portland A full BRASS BED for a price
it would be worth if it were all iron.
The Brass used in its construction is
first quality and is protected by heavy
French lacquer. We have recently
purchased fifty of these at a great
SALE BEGINS MONDAY MORNING
AND EASTS UNTIL THEY
TERMS ON HIS SPECIAL
Exactly like cut, height of head 65 inchas,
foot is 43 inches, post 2 inches, top rod
44 inch, filling ft inch, knobs 3 inches,
dull or polished finish.
Have a look at the Beds in our show window and you will be
convinced that it is what we claim, a $50.00 value.
fleaeM Wspstcb te TUs JoereaL)
Tacoma, Wash.. Oct. 1. The Univer
sity of Washington football team thla
afternoon defeated tha Whitworth col
lege team In a hard-fought game by a
score of t to S. The game was played
la a pouring . rata, end tha local play
era lay their defeat to thla eventually,
they asserting that their failure to
score was due to fumbles caused by
the ball being wet.
Tha game waa a spirited one through
out. Onee during the first half, Whit
worth had the ball on the one-yard line
anfl waa within an aoe of scoring
when the university stiffened and held
for downs. Thla waa the closest Whit
worth cama to scoring. Tha playing la
thla half was mostly line bucking; with
sn occasional end run. This made poor
returna and the ball frequently changed
hands. Whitworth managed to keep it
In the university's territory the most
of the time, but when it cama to acor-
Ing Seattle was there with the goods.
Tba visitors made two points on
touehback In the first half.
The second hslf was characterised by
less line plunging ana more ena run
nlng. Tacoma fumbled the ball at s
critical time and loat an opportunity
for scoring. Seattle finally carried the
ball acroaa tha Una in tha face of ter
rific opposition and kicked a goal. Tba
gloomy day brought darkneaa on before
the playing was hardly concluded.
There waa some rough work In whleh
the Whitworth players came off best
they weighing four pounds more to ftie
man than the university boys. Orose
cup of tha Whitworth team waa ruled
off tha field for slugging and one of
the visitors had a knee sprained In s
mixup. On the whole, however, the
game waa a cloan one and. being played
between the two strongest teama In the
state, created much Interest among
football enthusiasts bars.
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AFTER HARVESTER TRUST
Tooeka. Kan.. Oct. II. Free 8. Jaok-
seh la tha Republican candidate .for
attorney-general. Thla may have been
tha reason that ho, instead of Attorney.
General Coleman, filed criminal pro
ceedings In the Shawnee county court
today agalnat the International Har
vester company. The election la only
three weeks off and It la hoped by
Republican managers that thla belated
move may have aoma effect upon tha
many Republicans who have decided to
vote for David Overmeyer.
It la expected that Mr. Jackson will
file 100 counts agalnat the harveater
trust. The statutes provide for a tine
of fro flOO to tMO on a count, mak
ing It possible In ease of conviction on
all counts to enrich tba school fund
by from $10,000 to 1500,000. There are
aome who are unkind enough to any
that this move la a bluff and that the
salts may find a quiet burial aa did
tha suit instituted by the attorney-general
agalnat the Standard OH company,
the sudden dropping of whleh has never
been aattafaotortly explained.
the STaine few Is,
It a slsgslar career that atr.
"Welt, weald hardly eaU It that. It was
Saving a plurality of wives that get him lata
tremble, wsss't It? AbS he admits him.. It
that he has Sw a hag ttsM baea lsadtog a
Whan a traveler In China desires a
passport, the palm of his hand Is cov
ered with Una oil paint and an Impres
sion taken on thlr paper. This paper.
officially signed, constitutes
NEW CHINESE CONSUL
About M prominent Chinese merchants
were present at tha reception given
last night In honor of Moy Bach Hln.
the newly appointed consul In this city.
The affair, whloh was held At the Kim
Sun Low restaurant, 61 H Second street,
was conducted much In tha manner of a
banquet. Several of those present wore
attired is tea long and gaudy gowns
worn on Chinese holidays and the gather
ing presented a truly oriental as past. No
speeches wore delivered nor ware any
toasts proposed or responded to, but tha
affair was nevertheless a brilliant suc
cess, the Chinese believing strongly In
tha role that "silence Is golden "
(Spseisl Dispatch te Th. jearael )
Walla Walla, Wash.. Oct. it Tha foot,
ball team of tha Spokane high school
waa defeated by tha Whitman col lees
team this afternoon on Ankeny Held by
a score of IS to S. Three touchdowns
aad one foal were asds.
FOR THE WET SEASON!
SHOES THAT HAVE STOOD THE TEST
S t a n d a rd Tilt-Kinne
al JL -II JJLL
EVERY WBfGHT AND LEATHER
Boys' School Shoes When You Need Them
WE ARB REPAIRING MORE SHOES THAN EVER
MORE SHOEMAKERS MORB MACHINERY
Goodyear Shoe Repair Factory
Fourth and Yamhill Y. M. C. A, Building