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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL; PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 5. 1CC7.
erats ol Portland owe it to themselves
I and to the causa or good government to
I nominate Lane at the pells tomorrow
axiernoon," ne- saia, j
"I thJnk that every Democrat In the
city who has a regard for decent gor
ernment in city affaire should write the
name of Harry Lane on hie ballot." ald
1 T. Peery this ; morning. r'Tbera are
only a few Thomae eupportere and you
can Quote me Just as strongly aa "you
wish ae being In favor of the plan pro-
ii...-Afl- A..A Ku posed for : Indorsing Pn Lane at the
interesting viirnu vvmuuwmjm j iput . ,...., ; -
'1 am going on record myself tomor
row for Dr. Lane and I Indorse the
plan most heartily," waa the expression
Of Henry TeaL
"I Indorse the plan," said Marx U'Neu,
Besides these . men Who hare given
OPERATIONS ILUJSTRATEpJroany others who In private converse-
; t ' . I V Via isajeaww a IV we
' ? S ' v" I Lane, From alt Indications It seems
Win t certain that the mayor will receive, tne
Chicago Specialist in Com
merclaJ Club Rooms. -
PAPERS READ AND
Potato : Dealers Warned ' Not to
' Ship Any More Produce to
IP rOU;,TPANT TO SEE TIID NEWEST i IN
WEAIUNO APPAREX VISIT THB STYLE 'STORE
Take PI we TonightHarelip Op accounted.
nomination tomorrow; when tbov: yotee
eration to B Performed by Pr.
' Moyer Before Dentist. .
The Oregon EtaU tental aeaoclatlon
"f ' met In the rooms . of the Commercial
club, thle morning , with a largely ln
creeeed attendance over yesterday. J.
' i ft. riark of -Chloaeo conducted an inter-
'.V ' bstlnr clinic demonstrating moldabl
porcelain, a new procees for using por-
"-(.. Dr. Aw P. Watson demonstrated the
.' , nee of the pyrometer furnace In baking
t' poroelain. . ' s-. -A
Dr. E. VL Hard of Salem put under
' I the mlcroeoope several histological
spedfmens' showing the structural devel
f epment of teeth. He also ahowed bao
' I terla found In the mouth and general
' A ay stem. . '? . y. -
i The paper on "Cavity Tecnnlque' by
' Dr. B. E. Loom Is that waa to have been
read thla morning, waa read at the 1
.'o'clock eeeelon thla eftemoon. .
The program for the afternoon see-
. i elon contalna a paper on "Cold iniaya
; I for ABraded Teetn- or ur. w. k. Alien
: ref Independence) table demonstration.
"A Number of Useful Things" by Dr.
J Noma R. cox and a paper by ur. w. ju
j Wadaworth on "Original Appliance for
: ( ciectris ijaxae.- ; t;- -"
.. At yeaterday afternoon's aeealon the
I association liatened to the annual ad-
-j dress by the president. Dr. George H.
Kottaae of Portland. I, " ' r
Dr. A. L. BeaUe of Oregon City read
an Interacting and Instructive paper on
' "Declduoua Teeth, Care and Treatment-.l
A large number, of the dentlata preeent
, ' took part In the general discussion . that
. followed. ' ' ' i ';; -
. - The annual dinner of the association
will take plabe at the Commercial club
- at :S0 o'clock tonight. At 11 o' clock to
morrow Dr. J. M. Meyer will perform a
harelip operation, place of operation to
. be announced later. :
? COURT PROBES SANITY OF
Members of Family of Youthful
Murderer Now Claim -'
;TB He is Sane. - ? ,
WOODMEN VIE IN
p - ' . - '
Mount . Scott prjanliatlona Partici
pate f n Sawing And Nailing :
'j I, Stunts and Pillow Fight.
v (Speeial Dtipeteh te The JoratuiL)
Tacoma. Wash- May I. Cheater
Thorn peon, the alayer of Judge Emory,
appeared before Judge Snell this morn
ing for Judgment on the verdict ren
dered by the trial jury. A commission
of insanity experts, appointed by Judge
sneii, wui mage a report to in, court
of the opinion of , Ite membera ae to
Chester's sanity and whether -he la a
dangerous person to be at.Jarge..'.-
Will H. Thompeon.? Chester's father,
had Cheater take the atand in hla own
behalf. In. an attempt to prove that he
le harmlees and capable off normally
conducting hlmtelf. An attempt will
be made to prove that there has been a
marked change in the mind of the boy
recently, and While ihaanlty waa the
plea by which the defence succeeded In
eavlng the prisoner from hanging, an
almost fight-about-face policy haa now
been adopted in aa effort by the Thomp
sons to save Chester from possible in
carceration In the state penitentiary. .
Judge Bnall win adopt one of four
expedients in disposing of the prisoner:
He will send him to the penitentiary, to
one of the stats asylums, ' to. a county
Jail or place him- In the custody of his
relatives . under heavy bonda. In the
strange eventualities of this noted case
the - defense now occupies the ground
taken by the prosecution at the opening
or tn trial.- claiming- that- Cheater n
sans and capable of going about tews
business without Interfering with
others. , '
Ban Francisco, ; May I It would : be
well fog Oregon potato dealers not to
rhlp any -more potatoes here for some
time. There is no lack of potatoes in
the local market.' according to thf re
port of T. E. Morgan, Inspector of sta
tlona of the Southern Pacific In his
dally statement to Superintendent Palm
er he said that Monday there were S
cars, of which 14 were unloaded; Tues
day 71 ears and 9 unloaded; Wednesday
6 and II unloaded, while yesterday
iner were go enra, r . -4 1, ,r it.-y.-
In the Oakland yards there were It
cars on Monday, lit on Tuesday, lis
on Wednesday and 101 on Thursday.
The agent at Oakland said Morgan,
"tells me that there Is not an average
of It cars unloaded there a day and
that last week only 5S cars war, un
loaded la six days. I must say that
wa have had difficulty tn getting ears
unloaded here. .
"We have had many cases la which
ths consignee had refused to take ear-
load because the potatoes were spoiled
on account of being too long la the
yards. One ,of the commission mer
chants instructed our company to hold
10 of the car at Sacramento because
the market her was crowded and an.
other firm Is diverting, Its cars te Stock
Oregon and the east have been pour
ing potatoes la here and have swamped
ine, merest. ...
OPENING - TONIGHT .
(Continued from Page One.)
' The ; last of the series of meetings
that hat been held throughout the
county ky , the Woodmen of the World
to promote fraternal feeling and good
will 'between ' the several camps - was
held at Lent last night- The movement
was' launched by Bute Organlrerf Day
and a ;Cemmittee from tns ' avrerep.t
county . campe nas woraeo conscien
tldusly "to make it successful. - As a re
sult hundreds hav Joined the order
and an reel oetter acquaintea witn each
. other as well as with the- work and
purposes of tn organisation.
There waa a large attendance end a
good program of muslo and oonteata.
The Lenta band which has been doing
good work throughout the winter fur
nished music The contests principally
were between the Lents and v Arleta
camps.-! the Mount Scott organisations.
M. O. Wllklns delivered aa address on
"Woodcraft." Arleta won the tug-of-,
war from Lenta. A Portland team won
a similar contest from a pick-up team.
w. a. Thompson of Arleta won the pil
low fight. W.- R. Herrlngton of Ar-
plans, because the veaael was sailing so
fsst that to let ths boat over the aid
would have meant certain destruction.
Captain Swan had been warned of the
planned l utlny and that night all ex
cept the four desperadoes gathered oa
the poop deck, where .' the night was
spent without a wink 6t Sleeps
The salla were est an the Zlnlta was
speeding along at a U-kndt rat prao
tlcally at 'the inerey of the lementa,
although the capUln still retained con
trol 'ft- th,-.wbe Thus thing -c6n-ttnned
' all night, the -esel . bowling
Jong at a fine rate of speed, th loyal
crew huddled together oa the poop and
Baauum ft Co, Will DUtrlbut 1,000
, Seautlfnl Sonvesirs to Tlaltors.
Tonight Bannon A Co.'s fln new de
partment store, a new etore to the city
aa well as to ths east side, will open at
iis-3o East Morrison afreet near the
corner ox urana avenue. Ths sales
rooms occupy the major portion of ths
lower floor of the new Heely brick
build Ing. The east slds resident - Is to
be congratulated over th acqulaltlon of
aucn mercantile resources aa are at the
command of Bannon Co. For tl years
this firm has maintained large depart
ment atorea la St Paul and Minne
apolis. The East Portland establish
ment Is a branch house of the Minne
sota concerns. In '.buying j goods . this
will : be . ot lmmenae ad vantage .to, the
local store.-.- -v-.-. . . . ,.
Tonight th opening of Bannon as Co.
will take place and In honor of th oo
caalon extremely : handsome - souvenirs
will be distributed to visitors. -"The
hand of welcome hssbeen ex
tended to us by so many of the east
side people that we already feel at home
and know that our coming will be ap
preciated," said Mr. Bannon, th mana
ger. ; "We believe th east side Is com
ing to the front with giant strides.
This Is our object In locating such a big
store on mis siae or tne river." ,
NEW JERSEY DEDICATES ;
MONUMENT. TO SOLDIERS
mH.'1 ':.! fleenut 'Seeirtal. ttwtee.1
Fredericksburg, Vs., May I. Th
monument erected near 'Salem church
to commemorate the valor of th Twen
ty-thlrd regiment ; New Jersey volun
teers, in ths battle at that place.
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ELECTRIC 'Mi BASEBALL
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For men and young men is assured by the variety V
- of-the best known lines we handle.
ae Sloss Bros;fG63il
We Bradbury System
the four desperadoes In possession of. was dedicated today with Imposing ex
thf mala dedt,,,'-m.,.;-,;:':;Jerclses la she presence of a' largo crowd
Mutineers Fnt Ashore.
In the mornlg, Captain Swan, who la
an elderly man, advanced toward the
mutineers with drawn revolver and fol
lowed by ths crew. One by one the des
peradoes were picked up and placed in
heavy Irons. Th Indian was first to
be arrested. He was caught In the
forepeak. .Th Frenchmen surrendered
In th forecastle where he had sou ah t
sleep after the exciting night The men
were locked up in a room and kept there
10 days wnu the veesel made Bahia.
Brazil. The men begged plteoualy to be
leta won the nailing contest and alsoli'A oftbut Captain Swana could not
the sawing contest Other participants I "ort t0'uk-Si c mw!0 pw
who were on the musical program were 1
J. Jerro and Jack Cartwrlght - Refresh-
men ta were served after th entertain
(Continued from Pag One.)
them ashore. They will Probably . be
heavily puniahed, although their trial
had not come up when, th Zlnlta re
sumed her voyage. 7 . , x , .
Two white men and two South Amerl
can negroes were signed at Bahia to
take the places of th mutineers. One
of them, Oustaf Rydberg. was swspt
overboard off Cap Horn and drowned.
He was fastening a sail on the Jlbboora
when suddenly the vessel dipped fear
fully and took an awful sea, . Rydberg
was loat and Carpenter Kundeea was
"T -indorse the plan most heartily,"
aaid Charles crogster. ti am advocat-
In It and I find mar Athara vlui in
doing the same thing also.' I think Lane I thrown with great force against a stay
wnu receive a turaHi iii mt timnh iu uw srvuu. ns iUCKllV man-S
' r - t m a. . . . ! -- J wv.ua. OTVBV UWU kU
row." i v ; r- . ? -.-i - ,:.y; .;! w grao a rop or no, too, would, await th action of the circuit court
"I think all "th fair voters of . t:l nv gon overooara xne accident oo-1 under bonds of . I17B. ' Hellford fur-
The state of New Jersey erected th
monument at a cost of over f MOO, on
a sit purchased by General E. Burd
Grubb, former commander of the regi
ment and presented by him to th as
sociation of ths survivors of th regi
ment The monument is St. feet high,
and is topped with a statu of a soldier
advancing and leading. Th statu Is of
granite, seven feet high.
FAMOUS TENOR CUTS OUT
TONGUE WITH SCISSORS
' Milan, May I. Arcangelo Rossi, th
famous tenor out out his tongue with a
pair of scissors yeeterday while insane.
Roasi waa with the Conreld Opera com
pany In San Francisco during the earth
quake, and has been 111 ever sine from
th fright he was given. Recently he
lost his vole, and that drov him in
sane. t , ,
Astorlaaa Charged as Thieves! ..
Astoria, Or, May S. 3. Hellford and
N. Smith who were arrested charged
with larceny from a dwelling, had an
examination yeeterday .and were held to
The newest shapes, the newest fabrics and the
- newest designs. In consistency with quality our
. prices are the lowest, besides we privilege you to
weir your outfit and pay for same in small weekly
' or monthly payments, say I - - -
Eastei Outfllttaffl Co.
Cor. Washington and Tenth
. Vh Store Where . .
Toms Credit UOood
rftv'win an that wav tnmnrmr " um ourtod la' the dark of a storm v nlcht aa
W. F Slaughter. . Tt Is only a few of th" el was beating against a Ur-
the soreheads who will vote for Thomax rt" "Oscar Vlken, who waa also
I have Intended to write Mayor Lane's oa Jlhboom at ths Urn, narrowly
name in on the ballot all along and I "caPd being dragged down jto death by
find that practically all with whom I
1 have discussed the Question Intend to
. do the same thing.- i think that Dr.
Lane will be nominated."
Majority Tavors Plan.
the hungry wave that ..swallowed his
MmnifiliM - - . -
. auiH i . suwa - jmooso.
, ThS Sailors call thm ZlnltA th Anat.
Ing graveyard because during th past
CL- A. . Ambrose, a member of :al four years she has beea the cause of la
aeains. r un ner voyage before th on
completed today, the Zlnlta ran down
tn Norwegian bark Crolmbatora off
Australia with the result that all hands
except one on th Norwegian craft were
lost Boatswain Olson saved nu lira
by leaping from the sinking Crolmba
tora to ths starboarddavlt of ths Zl
nlta, : Arthur oeisier. on of th crew,
was on board of the Zlnlta at th time.
and he says not a sign was seen of the
; county central committee. Is also most
.heartily la favor of the plan as pro
. posed. "I Indorse every detail of the
. plan," It said this morning."! find
that a large majority of those tor whom
: X have talked also favor It Th tench
, ward has been canvassed In regard 1 J
the matter and It has been found that
at least 99 per cent of the Democrats In
. that dlstrlot are in favor of the move
and have signified their intention to
nlshed the amount and was released.
vote that way. I think there Is no I troimbaiore axter me collision, although
doubt but that May Lane will receive I K downed .about an hour later. , Th
vraugcai part or ine cuiuaion was me
fact that the Zlnlta was in ballast
while the Norwegian bark was heavily
laoen wild. ooai.
Some years ago the' Zlnlta ran ashore
at th mouth of the Columbia river, but
she sailed off again when a strong
oreeso sprang up xrom snore. , .. . .
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YOUNG WOMEN'S GLEE. '
CLUB SINGS AT TJEMPLE
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; The McMlnnville College Glee club
will give ' a popular concert at
the Whit Temple - tonight at '
o'olock. Tbo club is composed of it
young ladies. They will be assisted by
Mrs. Hi Wis Jones, well .known as
; the nomination tomorrow." -
John A. Jeffrey, former district at-
. torney Trom .Jackson, county and a
, i member of the legislature several years
ago rrom tnat county, is also much In
. favor of the plan. "I think th Demo-
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Pimples and Blotches
: "Are not the only sign that s blood-
ckansiog,- tonic medidus la needed.
Tired, languid feelings, low of appetite
;end general debilitj are fptber signs,
;ana tney may on worse sign.
',. The best blood-cleanaing, tonio medl.
-directly and peculiarly oa the blood, wlU be entertained by th members of
ridding It of U foreign matters and !? -V lbidi ciuo or tn wwt
taJMlng up the whole system. - Thli p ' ' ' : .
.' Over forty thousand testimonlalg re- tLECTlUN AT SEASIDE
t lived in two years, by actual connt. .. ' , .
1 Mt,i.,k ......I.. . . Astoria. Or, May I. Th county court
, Accept no iubaUtote for - court at Its meeting yeeterday consld-
t i ' V N ered a petition aaklng for a special eleo-1
C2Sl 3 oCrC2DdriIIait1on Bt Rt0- t0 determm whether
- wuiwwmiiiim or not the aale of intoxicating Ilquer
Tr.tjt on Laving llood'g. Get H today. "hal1 b permitted. .The court directed j
:a l" ct tablet torn. ICO Dosei fl. "' " nid Mondajun, j
r BepsUlcsa CsadI Jsle for j .
-Coniicfliiai' . . -
A GleanCitjr V
Morally and Commercially
Ecdcrsed by Uonldp&l League
, ' Opposed to perpetual franchises. . c I, -Opposed
to city officials accepting free passes;
Opposed to saloons in residence districts, v,
' - Pledged to worl; for the best interests of the
; - rai i
' '.him- . .
Wifl increase yoiir comfort, increase jrour
business, and -increase your capacity; for,
work during warm weathen' .
: ; Keep your store cool afad breezy, and
. 4 your customers will -find shoppins:
pleasure and your place of; business an
inviting place to which to linger Electric :
Fans will inaease your trade whether it
be a restaurant, an1 ice-cream ; parlor, av
i drrojods emporium or all iron foundry,;
jfour wife heeds an Electric Fan in ;
the household as mtlch as you do at the ;
office, , Get it for her, 1 ; ; : ' :
The cost for all this comfort is a mere ;
: tiifle A J6-inch;fa
; a cost not to exceed one ant an houivand
a 12-inch fan can be run FOR LESS '.
THAN ONE CENT AN HOUR-; :;;:v.'
CALL TELEPCOKE 11AIN 6088 FC3 INFOaiIinC!l
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
AND POWER COMPANY
, FIRST AND ALDER STREETS
Take them off if thev hurt. I rKi. MfHarrlitor 1m the , rwult t
m m . -'
YOU cannot wear the "Dinch lUears of studv and researcU, and Is
OUt of a shoe. But you can DUV I Unanimously agreed among experts oa
a shoe without the Dinch. the! the subjeot to b th roost perfect re-
Hanan Shoe, for Instance. Feel J: frirator wsde. Tor years the demand
d rfttnfortflMft n t,- .wllfor It haa besa oo trmndous that ths
Iner hm'T a1Anr r..i i: 1 1 leading houses of New YorVFhnai
Isn't such a shoe worth oav-
as & little more for? Hanani
Shoes for women, too.
up the majority of the output of the
Herrlck factory. A Additional great ex
tensions to the factory & Uvea us
the opportunity, to secure an Immense,
complete line and we consider the Se-
t curing of the exclusive sales agency for
Portland a great stroke of r good, for
tune. ' . r ' ' . ; '
"The Herrlck refrigerator Is ' con
structed on solentlflo and sanitary lines
and is ' a wonderful Improvement on
every ethes make on tb market It Is
sclentlncally constructed .for dry atr
joirculaUon, actually giving the greatest
amount of refrigeration whn consum
ing; but half th usual amunt of ice.
ta , this respeot - It assures a graod
ooMniy' of expense It Is at th same
time perfectly sanitary, affording, thor
ough cleanliness" And purity, and a
'Th main oonstruction Is of klln
drled material, absoluUly air-tight, la
a aandsom golden finish. Th lining is
of , whit .. enamel or " special-processed
alna , All grades have double boxes,
floors of provision room ar flush and
easy to clean; provision shelves and to
rscks ar of orrugatd galvanised
Iron; solid brass or bront lever locks."
such was th conversation of j, j.
Kadderly when seen In his salesrooms
at ISO nrst street alongside th depot
of the ; Portland v Railway,1 1 Light St
Power company. "v ' ' , - t .
Straws and Panamas
Visit our Hat Department for your Summer
Hat Many new shapes in fine straws and
genuine Panamas now ready. 7
Fancy Hat Bands in New Shades
and Color Combinations
BROOMccr ol AU $3.00 Hats
SeventhfelYashinfltonl journal WANT ADS PAY BEST
ICE! BCE! DCEt
. . .Any One Desiring Ice From"
The City Retell Ice Co., l".
The Portland ArtlIclal Ice Co.,
, ' The Independent Coal Ice Co., or ,
The Crystcl Ice 5 Storage Co.
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