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JOURNAL; PORTLAND, " THURSDAY" EVENING,:"' MAY 9, 1C07.
I H H If 11 L ll Ali yu' "U1U BW errana oy a nawx, or laiism 7 . estate KightsT If a mayor
t6at e 8ot In over his flepth while gives a city a good, clean, honest,. ef
AN INrtliJ'ENDlCNT NKW8P4PC.
C B. JACKSON.
rnhtlid eerjr Tnlni Mpt Snadiy) -sad
... mr Wnnday oiomlni. at Tba Joarnal BolM
in, rite and Yamhill atreeta. Portlaod, r.
EntaraO at the poatorftae at Portland, Or.fcr
5 iranaaiiaaioa Ibroogo Jbe nails eecwuB-ciaae
All depart nasi raachad by tbla aamhar.
tae operator the Separtaient 70a want.
POBHIGN. ADVEBTI8INO RKPRESBNTATITS'
. Vr)aed-Banlamla Bnwlal AAaartiafas A saner,
. Krnnawlrk Balldtoa, 823 fifth awrnoa. New
loraj Trlboae Unlldkif. Chlcaito.
Subacrlptloa Tanns by Bull to anr addreaa
la tt-halted States, Canada or Meilco. -...
. aii.v ...
One aar ... , , , .$8 00 ( On HantS..,....! .00
Oae raar.. ....... $180 1 On month. I J8
. DAILT AND 8CNDAT. t
Ona yaar.. ....... IT .60 Ona month. ......$ JU
Truth subsists eternally and
finally triumph oyer Its ene
mies, because It lr eternal and
strong even as God himself.'
'Blaise Pascal.';,: . '? I '.''
testing the waters and1 was flrowned. ficient administration, should not the
It all ended with a triumph for old ''national view! be satisfied, without
Jim, and he wlir hereafter,; as of complaining that he is not a part of
'u' uu mw itmteff ui inaiana ine aommani -party s macninei ; v
fields, and have stones shied at him K Let the Aatorlaa- look at home.
by passing Jarmers strong-
-l Y J
Tart and Hughes"' doesn't sound good
to Hughes. fr'1
Bolis will be leading date-line plao.
'Th.r. la no report so far of any dam-
wnom, ,bow-. grown men, may have ly Republican as Portland, and It has i. .. , 7 mo . w7A.w,
--"-""v v v.u viwiob, as uic; wu vus i ropwiieair i9cia a mayor , wao is i f. n Jn . ,iti k .vn
iiauv ,!a aeiense in .me legisia- a Democrat, He is mayor there now. lor ruei agaja next winter. . ! , ;
we do not remember ever reading v ; ,.,;.,. '.U' v. ' l,
any complaints In the Astorlaa about he resumes his chilly name. , ,
Mavor Wise. It and the maloritr of I . V 4 ' 1
wnai aoea standard
NOT AN OLD-TIME ORGAN.
HB JOURNAL: tinderstands
auite weir what 'kind of a
Democratic newspaper would
suit' 1 few Democrats who
have recency criticised It somewhat
They are good, pleasant citizens, and
Astorlans seem to be well satisfied
with him. What do they care about
bis politics, if he is a' good mayor?
Nothing,' Atfd salt is here. . &
" ' "'. ' Ism
WISTARIA' VINE MORE BEAUTIFUL .
i v si m Ik at sm m m m
IN UnbUUN I HAN IN NAI IVt HUME
Third District Convention Mark$
Warm Arguments on Pro- !
posed Changet hi Code.
EFFORT TO DEBAR LIQUOR
DEALERS IS DEFEATED
A CHRISTIAN TEST.
flneaT , The people pay them. ?
San Francisco looks like a rood town
tor people tn keep away Xrom. . i '
' -. i. , f , - dh . at . . '
This is the month to study into those I1 Electa Delegates to Seattl
improvement-bond ' propositions.
w,""Btt l nir opinions,' DUt J ne T JS a nohlai and notihla nrV
Journal cannot to please them be a I hat the Christian Herald of New
4M tmimm " . i . A IV aj at A a I '
fsB . oi tne oia-iasnionea :v0rk has been dolne latelv in
ort, auch as these gentlemen doubt- . atd ot the famine sufferers, of
less nave in mind. Elderly and China. Through the medium of that
middle-aged - men remember those baner alohe more than 1400.000 has
IF IT TOPPLES IN CALIFORNIA. I old-time party organs, that for years been sent to buy food tor tn. rv.
- . . . . v... v i-"v j.,..:,, I Tnere is ooeaalonallv a aneii of real
1 T IS NOT unlikely that the" honse- J S tafllZeT" 1m 7 ,. Ind!rcctIy 11 K
I -ioi.i- a.i' . 1 n. . ,nrJ,uence'WIiat Ulded in raising much more, and v " ;,-:'
I MV .. r-.T y ever we party leaaers or public aer- manv thousands of bnahela of rrain. My ore -Smiths would become
A ponena tnai tne nouse or we vants did was" invariably, exactly o,, muuuniuionalre? if they were mors si
. Amrlran ttannla ta tn h nnt In ... . . 1 liens.
nrdAP 7nd hi V-nV . m.V m. " ""a .cverytiiing any opponent profession. It remembers the say
order and be kept so. What Mr. iaid .or did was absolutely and nt- inK For t wa. .huna-ered and ve
Hener ta pfiiaii wiatiina, ' iiii i I . ' ' ... ... .. . I or WB" nungerea, ana ye
, 1 leru wrvnx. aii poiiucai virtue ex-1 .... , .
not an faklafad lnld.n .ff K..l... .. . . . .
I 7 : : OB eaan WM.ipagea .There were iome larw contrlbn-
Perhaps Kuroki la lncldentallv study
ing now to lick the United States.
Then a rood many men think the New
woman is too Old to be Interesting,
Ae ealamltr-bowlera. the
maanates are not a howling suoceas.
There Is occasionally a spell of really
Resolution Raising Rate of Assess-
mention Old Members Meets With
Strenuous Opposition. ' i
Philadelphia' is to build a 11,000.000
conrentlon hall probably to eoat about
,uvu.oqo. . a
At the third dletrlct convention. Pa-
oino lurladictloa, or the Woodmen of the
terday the following delegates were
elected to repreaent the district at the
head camp aesalon, wMch will be held
tn Seattle July 1I-13 ; v
Multnomah county M. T. Woodward.
camp No. 6; J. M. Woodworth, camp
No. T7; CM. Beouette, camp No. 11;
W. C. North, camp Na 191; H. A. rred
rlchs, camp No, J 61. Marlon county
I Frailer. . Tamhlll , and Benton
oountlee H.' Oee. Linn and Clackamas
counties O. ; fc. Blndow. : Columbia,
Polk. Tillamook. Clatsop. ' Xlnooln and
Washington eountlte -J. , . tabby and
, ual Ha luej pnriu was JOUgea in tne Thttra war anma 1nr nnfrl)in. -) ' " .. - : , -" ' .
ft system of corruption extending Democratic oartv and 'all nolltlcal .V . Z L 'ge contrlba- AwUM of ,4y, AtaP. Waahlngton count
hmna-h k f c.ih.i. i,i uemocrauc party, ana au political tions to the Christian Herald's fund, lea is without a poet Austin supposes H. S. Whitman.
through 15 years of California his- vice in the Republican party, or vice but m0Bt 0. them were small and P - . vv the course of.
tory. Ruef Is not the initial and versa.. A Democrat or nnuhll.an lJ:-??. - of . th.cony.nUon
versa. A Democrat or Renubllcan. . . ik.
onlv b6a and boodlar. hnt tncrdr I .v v. ' " ' " vl .wuniry.
,m m .Ba..t; ,7; V: " ' "" ot Much mone and grain have been
whir th v.t , r Vr.ff V.7I , " w M r "tt, sent through other agencies, but the
vZF f ha. been .pp,.Bded .nd. .upported. 6n every need ater than ever. It is ee-
Nor t. . tuW 1T : V.' . "atea mat not less than 10.000.-
n;;.;,;; - actually hungering,
or conauci. une party, wunout any an(i the harvest i Mki off vmt
hoodla rnlA. hnt It fa Ti aUI. . . . aa tOB UaTVeSt IS WOeKS Oil yet,
reiereocs w me recora, .principles, .nfi nrom!Hfl to lirM i
that haa hn rraftrfMon Wa la J..- ' ... lan0 Prose 10 DO llgnt. v , ,
n-" . -'w i cunuuci or Dunioifls. inrflrnpp wirn i ,v m . . . . .
" - ' i vo euu raiBBionaries to teacn we
all its leaders and crominent men.lnn.... r.k.i...i.. i. it .
collective and Indian. to X i. . " ' I f . ?u" 'n th .1arjr. election, but will
. , i Lucre! la more unriBtianiiv in a. loar i in me Jiuna aiecuon.
Ka an1nr1nl11w n 4 l-, I . .. " I . ' . .
u .utuuaiMiwwi. or Dreaa tnan n a car ioad 0f tracts.
Indorsed, and the other most vigor- Here is the test i 'For I was ahun
ously and Tirnlently denounced. Ap- ,ered. and ye gave me maaf
parenuy our tew aissaiisuea Dretn-
th. afternoon seselon
Hon. A. I Hawley, I
Hereulaneum 1a tn Ka MMtaii Tm I chairman or the board of managers, de-
bad It doesn't lie In th. rout, of th. Hv.red.an address dealing with the pro-
It, California alone, but level on
level and tier on tier,' the vast com
plicated : system of plunder has
honeycombed the whole country. It
has been as ' a species of universal
disease for which there was neither
diagnosis nor treatment, Its .prog
ress was not challenged, and It
spread unhindered. The people per
mitted It because ot their own ig
norance and indifference". They
The dodge of extracting pennies, nick
els and dimes from school children naa
e ' e
It may take the whole cabinet, and
men some, to prevent Oklahoma from
going Democratic v , ; ,v
Republicans' rotes for Lane did not
ren are disappointed -because The
Journal is not such an organ. But
in the nature of things it cannot be
so,' any more than it could do busi
ness In the good year 1907 without
busied themselves with their r own the telegraph and the telephone.
concerns trustful that men were
honest and public affairs the proper
care of politicians.' ' . '
The newspapers .were particeps
erlmlnls in their neglect to expose
fraud and in their willingness to be
allies. of the more respectable seo-
A CONTEMPTIBLE FIGURE.
Chris Buckley the ' former blind
boss of San Francisco, is now, ac
cording to the Pacific Outlook, seek
ing to establish himself as a political
power in Los Angeles, by becoming
tne doss oi me ; num. ana vicious
vote. But bosses of the Buckley
type do not find conditions now as
favorable for their work as they did
A rare man Is running for royernor
or noriua. He says nobody asked him
to Decom. a candidate.
Plymouth.. Massachusetts, will have to
hold a trlcenteanlal exposition In 1110
ana try to reproduce the pilgrims.
poeed change of the rate of aasessment
on old members of th. order. -He stated
that a resolution would be Introduced
at the head camp session requiring that
th. rate or assessment on old members
be ralaed so as to place them on an
equally paying basis -with the new mem
bers of the order. The speaker smpha
slsed his opposition to this course, offer
ing Instead a plan to ; rata, the per
capita tax on all members. :
Mr. Hawley also fay ored. retaining
the cumulative plan of lasuranc. poli
cies, which he said bad proved a com
plete success. He reported the organi
sation to be In good sound condition in
every way, with ample capital for pres
ent needs and good credit s'
The question of changing th. l.ngtn
of th. term of bead officers from three
to two years cam. up for dlscuasloa.
Some of the delegates favored a terra
of four or six years and' a resolution
EORGE B, M'CLELLAN, mayor
of the greatest city in America,
has also turned out, if reports
of his deal with-Tammany be
tlon ot the plunderbund. There were true, to be a dire Democratic dlsap-
occaslonal warnings, but newspapers potntment to all people who earnest
tooted and jeered them. Any man desire honesty, cdurage and right
who dared , to denounce conditions eousness In government and ; has
was heralded as : neither ' safe nor proven himself a weak. base, "eon-
sane. And' declared a . nubile onemv temntlhla fisrnrA In or nnhiin n J supposed public servants; the South
and made the target of anathema I unfit to be the xnayor.of the meanest ern Pacl,,c t6" tn,s ousiness 'en
and ridicule. Bryan was ' stigma- town in the country. . Holding: onto Urev out " tne,r, hands.
tlzed as a demagogue, an agitator I an office to which he was . in all
probability not elected, which was We do not think that Oregon peo-
won, if at all, by fraud and crime Pie are going to , become much in
In which he participated, using all terested in Peary's north pole eipe-
The people of no state, unless it
be New Hampshire, are so complete
ly unrepresented, and politically en
slaved to a single great corporation,
as those of California. They have
really nothing to . say about their
and an anarchist, It took ten years
for the country to learn that, he has
been ; almost unvaryingly right.
There are, strangely enough, news
papers today that condemn La Fol-
posslble legal technicalities and law dltiOn, br contribute much money .to
yers' devices to prevent a recount end him on another Arctic trip. . It
lette. The consequence of It, all was and the truth from becoming known: I ' matter of very small conse-
a satisfied public consclencebut It I probably a thief of the official post- auence ' to the people ot Oregon
is not a stupefied one. , - tlon he occupies, yet assuming a vlr-1 whether he goes or not.
But the scenes seem shifting. The ttuous abhorrence of Hearsts meth-
llmellght Is streaming along the bds; jposlng as a courageous defyer J Oh. what lovely May weather back
Of-the Tammany, tiger, yet surren- In Michigan, - where with snow six
stage. The citizenship is' better ed-
ucated, and more keenly; alive to
public concerns. A monumental col
lapse of a : part : of - the system ot
- graft might easily cause the whole
. Btrncture to topple. Slavery fell In
that way,' and graft could easily
tumble , in ruins by' consequences
possible of eventuating In California.
That is why, , when Mr. Heney at
Stanford the otier day, .boldly de
clared that his real objective is not
Euef and Can Francisco, hut Lawyer
J, Jlerrin and : California deadly por
tent and national significance -were
together thrown athwart the 'horizon.
When Heneyism shall have put the
house of the Golden State in com
. plete order, it is conceivable that the
beginning of the end of the whole
graft system of the nation will, be
at hand. ' -7,
derlng absolutely and cravenly to I Inches deep people can go sleigh-
Tammany at its first threat, in order riding.
to retain his office in defiance of
law and the ; people's ballots Mo- The Chicago Tribune says Root Is
Clellan ends a long period of honor, an "ideal man for president." So
preferment and. emoluments in such think all the trusts also.
disgrace as ought to damn him po
litically for life if he had nine lives
and each were as long as Methuse
lah's. Such men in office are the
curse of American cities. - .
ADVICE FROM ASTORIA.
This Date in History.
H01 Columbus sailed on his fourth
voyage to the new world.
1846 Montrose defeated th. Co ven
ters at battle of Auldean.
1671 Colonel Thomaa Blood made
daring attempt to steal the brown jew-r
exa xrom tne Tower of London.
1787 WaltefColton who mad. the
Though with only a pittance of some- offered Instructing th. delegates to
voie ior term ot six yeara. it waa
voted down, - however, and th. conven
tion failed to give th. delegates any In
struction on tnia question.
resolution indorsing th.. admlnls-
where from $10,000,000 to 180,000,000
left, Mr. Gates oanstiU make a few
- e i; a
What a terrible disappointment it
inust be to a young man to have to
wait a month longer than he expected
to necom. a ratner for tn. first timet
If all th. 14,000,000 voters of the
country are for Rooaevelt, that I5.000.-
000 or the conspiracy would amount to
about 15 cents apleoe onlv enough fori
a naircuL ;
" e e
A Dee Moines bachelor of (0 years has
appealed to - the police for protection
aeainat women who want to marry him.
xne pouce are useies. in aucn caee.
He will have to give away his property
or lie. to th. mountains or desert.
nttsDurgers ar. attacked br 1 new
dl.eaa. . called "pneumonokonloela." A
doctor says It Is caused by a "paeudo-
meianotio formation induced by oarbon-
aoeous accumulations."' Death' from
such a malady seems a fit punishment
ior tne wioaea or that town.
That Oregon's climate la the best
la th. world for th. cultivation of th.
wistaria via. la th. contention of J. C
Robinson, who has a beautiful aptecl
men of th. purple flower at his home.
SM King street. Mr. Robinson brought
bis vin. from Japan, th. homo ot th.
Robinson Residence on King Street " "V ",-;'; '
over one: aide of th. large two-story
tratlon of Head Consul Boak and other wl"r,' " TJlr"
head camp officers wea adopted.
A warm nair nour resulted from a
resolution being offered which would
debar liquor dealers from all benefits
after death, even though all due. had
been paid. Th. resolution was hotly de
bated. Head-Manager Hawley leading1
th. opposition. Bom. members Insisted
that thelaw would not sustain th. reso
lution and suggested expulsion from. th.
order. ' Others favored an amendment to
th. constitution giving th. camp, more
power. Th. resolution Was Anally loan.
Newberg wa chosen as th. next place
or meeting. ,
Althought . the panicles stow to a
length of mors V than three . eetln
Japan, Mr. Robinson says the coloring
Is much more beautiful In Oregon and
1. more effective' in this state. Th.
vine at th. Robinson residence climbs
houee, finally forming a border along
toe roor. The blossoms ars profuse
and make a beautiful shad, effect
V Mr. Robinson slso has a white Wis-.
tarla at the rear of his house, which
he consider, mor. beautiful than th.
tThe panicles on th. vln. grow from
about six Inches to a foot In length
and resemble th. Ulao flower In shape.
Th. shading la from a light to a dark
purple and a rich .fragrance adds beau
ty to th. vine. ' - , v. ''..-
FAMOUS HORSE THAT WON CREDIT -DURING
HEPPNER FLOOD: IS SOLD
ELEVATOR DROPS 60 FEET
Engineer Finkhouser Is Uncon
scious When Taken From
Bottom. of Shafts
Swaggert a horse breeder of
Lexington. Oregon. Is In Portland and
has Just disposed of Oregon B, which,
according 'to Mr. Swaggert, is th. best
Oregon-bred horse la .the stats. M. M.
Hill, a prosperous fruit grower of the
Hood river valley, - bought th. animal
for a fancy prlo. yesterday. , ' . :.tr:.
Oregon R Is a half brother of Ore
gon Kid, th. famous Hunt club horse
Delegates Tell Governor Enforce- also ' of Oregon Bunehlne , and Oregon
ueorge. . ai in. - um. 01 tn. , iieppnec
diaaeter, Oregon B, then thne. years old;
mads a remarkable run of 48 miles to
Echo to oommunicate to the outside
ment Would Ruin Some of
Washington's Sheepmen. -
world th. new. of the cloudburst that
destroyed half th. town. H. was guided
by Oay Boy.r. a- lightweight, rider.
Within 14 hours th. horse was returned
to his home In Lexington near Heppner
as sound as e'ver, .;-. ;
. When th. flood cam. and wlrted out
all communication . there was 00 way
of obtaining relief eo badly needed. A
good horse was asked for and Bover
rod. Bwaggert'g thoroughbred. At on.
Place Boyer was met br men with fresh
horses, but h. remained with his own
and mad. th. entlr. 41 miles without
rest, th. lsst of which was In sand s.
treacherous that - It can not be trav
ersed with an Automobile . . '
Dr. & P.' Kelson of Pullman, Wash
ington, state veterinarian of th. Ever
green ctata, with H- C Bryson. presi
dent ot th. W.naha Bheepgrow.rs asso
ciation, were In Portland yesterday en
rout, to their homes from Salem, where
they attended a bearing before Qover-
John ' Pinkhouser.Sengineer in charge
nf tha ntimnlnff atnilnn an tha Ttrnnb.
lyn aewer at East Seventh .and TaggartjJ10r Chamberlain la regard to th. sheep
streets, met with a serious accident yes uuaxanun. wr paaaea oy tn. last legts
terdav afternoon which nearly resulted -iure.
JUVENILE COURT OFFICERS HAVE
GOOD EXCUSE TO ATTEND PICNIC
jr- " CROW.
its perception of the fact that
'party lines have ,been swept
away in the metropolis," in
proof of which It cites the vote on
governor last June, hopes "that
there will; be a reversal of things at
Portland and that it will contribute
jim something to the Republican history
lal Atl' .-J. At a .
01 me staie inat wm mean some
thing beside a glaring miscarriaee of
a w . ATI ffiJttPX was recently principles to which Oregon, 'as a
A made in the Indiana legisla- whole, is committed in the national
j JfX . ture to legislate tbe crow put view,". .
of existence, ' but the two j it We ; hope . the esteemed Astorian
houses locked horns over the big j does not desire any more contribu-
tlack bird and the plan failed. The tions to "the Republican history of
senate, after due -deliberation, de- the state" similar, to various' chap-1
clared Jim: an -outlaw, and set a ters that have been unfolded during
price on his head,' but the house I the past three years. Does It think
l.1. j ' ..v ...
ijei, iuuBo 11s iiuoua 01 QTAiory ana 1 mis recennistory is aiiogemer sucn
'jlfA.i.J . I. n' n . . I ' ' . . Lit 1 . .
ucicoi.d mo luBasuro. -, u EttuaivlH eauuiu jjroujyi nejjuvucso voters
urged against old Jim that he digs to rote for the party' candidates un-
np newly planted corn for a change jder ny and all circumstances, even
of ; his diet, but the house, while I in a municipal election? Do we un-
aamuting mat ne may eat a few derstand that in Its remark lti as-
grains- of corn, rejoined that hlsfsumes an attlfude of . pointing with
main , dlot is noxious insect nests-i nrldef
Then what . "principles" have
glaringly miscarried" because . of
the ,- election of Chamberlain and
Lane? The designs and operations
HE ASTORIAN, after recording I first publio announcement of the dls
covery m wo in vHiuoraia, norn tn
Rutland, Vermont Died January 21,
1 ea. .
1763 The Indian chief Pontine began
ais Dioeaaae or Detroit. ? y .
17J1 The Spaniards captured Pen
sacola, Florida, from the British.
1843 Hugh 8. Legar. of South Car
olina became secretary of state.'
1853 First transatlantic steamer ar
rived at Quebec. ' :, ,
18S4 snertdan's famous , raid com
1894 Several villages destroyed and
11,000 lives lost Dy earthquake In Ven
ezuela. . ', ---.; --J 7" A ,
Remarks Were , Misunderstood,
Portland. May J-To the ' Editor of
The JournalTour paper's report of the
recent meeting or the National Indus
trial Peace association' Quotes me as in-
umatmg during my remarks at said
meeting that Hev. Rabbi Wise should
resign his membership in ' th. associa
tion on account of his frail confidence
in the mission of the association.
J beg to say that I never Intended
any such Intimation as published,' and
on the other hand hope that the rev
erend gentleman will continue his mem
bership and assist the association in Its
endeavors to eliminate strife between
capital and labor. -r:
JOHN F. SHIELDS.
that' destroy the farmers crops.. The
senate insisted that Jim preys upon
the eggs of other birds, but the
house replied " that everybody elaa
Mrs. Seafeldt Dead. .
ffti&elal Olapatcb ta Tha JenmaLt" -
Astoria. Or.. Mar 9. Mrs. lii.ith. v
Seafeldt died at the residence of her
son. Aioert eeareiat, in upper Astoria
yesterday. Mrs. Seafeldt was atrlckan
with paralysis last Thursday and never
recovered consciousness. The deceaaed
in his death. . . Th. hoisting elevator
plunged 60 feet to the bottom of th.
shaft with Finkhouser and when the
workmen hauled him out of the tunnel
he was unconscious from a scalp wound.
The .levator' Is operated by a steam
engine. ' When Finkhouser . stepped
upon It the brake gave way and the car
suddenly dropped to the bottom of the
shaft 80m. delay was occasioned In
drawing him out Dr. Dav Raffety
was called and administered stimulants
and the Injured man. was removed to
the Good Samaritan hospital. He Uvea
with his mother In Brooklyn near ths
sewer tunnel. ; ....
Although th. hearing was to have
been! represented by Washington, Idaho,
Nevada and California, Dr. Nelson and
Mr. Bryson were the only outside repre-
On a special car, between 78 and 100
wards ef ths Juvenile court who are on
probation will be taken for a plcnio ex
cursion to some point along, th. Mt
Scott carlln. Saturday by Judg. Frater
aeniauves ac ine meetinr. ' Thav in. I .k. ....
. :w . r iv juriuui wuiw 1-..
-"gA? Th. splal car will b. proviJed free
counties f WashlngtotL and . .tatid th. strtcar company. ,Th. hoy.
urday - morning with their regular
ST. JOHNS PROPERTY
' HAS STEADY RISE
Torn Word Sells Tracts Bought
s Few (Weeks Ago at Two L
Thousand Advance. .
lines an -occasional messof fresh of the state land thieves miscarried was 83 years of age, born in Germany,
eggs.. oes f ibJim lm the senate In- under Chamberlain's administration,
elated that he is a low-lived bird And graft and vice have been held
anyway, - pointing out "in Juatlfica- in check as much as possible by
u wm wuen n war sent out from Mayor Lane,. Is it thus that'prin
the Ark by Noah to find out and re- ciplcs" have "miscarried"? '
vv. t uuw jar mo waters had receded, r Again, what Telatlon has tho eleo
he failed to return and dove bad tlou ot . Portland's city, officers
. . uispaicnea to ao the -Job. with
mui uuienaers -esponded tha be of
iTit;ut hats been
'the national view"?.' "View'
what?. . Tariff? , Railroads?
captured, while I Trusts? l-KaUoaai finances? ' Colon:
and came to Astoria m 1881. She left
one son and two daughters residing in
U.rntany anu o aou in Astoria, : s
, Racing Vrogram at Horns. ;
(Apodal Dlapateb to Tha Journal.)
Burnev Or., May 9. It has Dracticallv
been decided to make the racing 'pro
rram the week of July th' of tour
days' duration. It promises to be one
Of the beet celebrations ever in hia
country, and some of thb beat horses
ever aeen her. wlU b. 'on th. race
grouaas. ' .. . , .
Rhr-Hharlff T. M. Word has aoM tn
W. G, Shellenbergerfourr lots In Chap
man's addition to St Johns for' $8,500.
This property is close into the business
center of St. Johns, and was purchased
few weeks ago by. Mr. Word for
A. c Moner, a Man Francisco in
vestor, has purchased from H. C Wulf
lot at the southwest corner of Park
and Flanders street, for $20,000. The lot
Is . unimproved and was bought as a
speculation. , Sengstak. and Lyman
made Ihe ealA '" 1 ;i ::v,u'--' '''
Louis Remlinger . has purchased a
house and lot on Knott street, between
Williams and ' Rodney avenues- for
$(,000. The property belonged to J, P,
Menefee. ; . -- . 1
The Portland Realty board will give a
banquet some time during the present
month. " It has been decided to hold
the banquet on th. east side, probably
at tn. Hotel Hargent. J. o. Rountree
and M. O. Griffin bay. been appointed
as a committee to make the necessary
arrangements, 'i s?"'';??1'. j v-;jv''.,:-s
their objections to-th. provisions of, th. 7. L ?L'n p? T n win report to
ouaranUna law . ' Judg. Fraaer at the court houat Sat-
Th. men represent owners of many
thousand sheep and to deprive them of
tn. gracing ground In eastern Oregon
wouia practically mean the destruction
or tn. sheep growing business In south
eastern Washington. Dr. Nelson and
Mr. Bryson allege th. law Is without
merit so far aa enforcing th. long quar
antine provided for, and that an lnspeo.
uon oia tne sneep neror. they crossed! " " 11
tne star. Jin. would safeguard Ornn
monthly reports from their school teach
ers. After these reports hav. been
read . and recorded, th. start : will b.
A generous lunoh and a baseball out
fit will be taken along, and a match
gam. will b. played between th. deten
tion horn, team and a club composed of
boys on probation, under Officer Nlsley.
Judge Fraaer and Probation Officers
Johnson. White, Nlsley and Crum will
accompany the boys to look after them.
L SELLWOOD WILL FIGHT
ALL LIQUOR INTERESTS;
at large and will work for a better con
dition of affairs In that section of ths
city. ;v...-v..v - - ?
It is contended that th. raSldchie
North Portland are compelled tdpay for
th. city water furnished them by meter
measurements, when other section- of
the city ar. not so required, and the
abolition of the meter, system In . that'
sheep frem disease if any existed In th. Organize Civic League fOf the Prt ef r th. city will be agitated. An
W"h,"t0 .... . ' d nu:5i ' au. . T. Un wlU u held tomorrow
At th. time the bill was ceaseA Um
February, a hue and cry was raised that
th. measure carried a Joker and man
Of th. leading business men of Portland
and Oregon took sides ssainst the me...
ur. which, on Its-fllce, was supposed to
b. solely' for'Oregon interests.
Mr. bryson and Dr. Nelaon lft i..
Purpose of Prohibiting the
Sale of Intoxicants.
An organisation to be known as the
Civic league of Sellwood was organised
at the 8ellwood Presbyterian v church
tlfr rKSS! L-nS.'HL Th. suprems' obitct
question under advisement
OF KNOCK-OUT DROPS
E ' PUBLIC TO USE
'STREET REFUSE CANS
to prohibit th. sal. of liquor In precinct
v. . ... . - .. T . . . J
i, mciuamg me uaics resort. An en- n-j;.. c.-.-j . o.
deavor wiii also b. , mad to include B?dies ..FP,W In Aberdeen , Bay
other precinct, ta- the -worlt-J- -K-i,ThOUehttO -B Result
An eaneclallv atrona- att.mnt will . .. ,"wu6"1 w rvw.wu
b. made to prohibit Illegal voting In ' c Of Foul PlaV.
w o"i warn wuigil, it u alleged, I
was principally responsible for the de-
Police : Will Enforce Ordinance
Against Dumpfng Rubbish
on City Thoroughfares. '
Aberdeen, May . Coroner Olrard s-
feat of local, option measures last June.
Literature setting forth th. quallfloa-
tiona ef laraJ vntara will T AlmtiYttA
and a close watch of th. noiim. man.. Presses himself as being of the strong
will be maintained on election day for) belief ; that ;. soms of the men' whose
ins pracuce or swearing in unregiatered I pooies nave peen recoverea rrom u"
voters nas not neen round conducive
to the success of local option measures
William Irlle, Rev. D. Ar Thompson, R.
t ah 1 .' I onujr ana iu, u. Sillier
V.J Ti Z i nln I 'aing movers in the new league.
g Cove.; Commercial ClubS,;;;!snt
U Covi, Or., May 0.1-Cove has organised
a commercial club with a-membershln
of 26, which will be greatly increased.
J. E. Btearn la president, George Stock
secretary and treasurers It is th. in
tention of the , club to do some arood
work in the way- of ' Improvement, in
and about Cove. .. . ... '
partment and Chief of Police Orlts-
macner count ior anvtnina-. Pn-
will soon be known as a "spotless town."
Fifty galvanised cans for the reception-of
street and sidewalk sweepings
sr. being placed throughout the busi
ness section of th. city and Chief Ctrlts
maoher declares that , as soon as the
receptacles ar. In place orders will be
Issued to all patrolmen to riaidiv an.
fore, the ordinance making It avmisde-
Meetings -t will be held regularly until
azter tne .lection next month. '
NORTH PORTLAND VtOULD
rivers of th. waterfront wer. Wadpubt
dly victims : of knock-out drops. Vft. I
said, As long as f Aberdeen allows theW
saloons and dives In which ths' worth-
loss element carry on their', nefarious
practices, It may expect - to find . the
bodies of murdered men at any time.'?
Bo confident the coroner in - th.
truth of his theory' of poisoned drink,
ABOLISH WATER METERS tried unsuccessfully, to Indue.
in. county commissioners to make en
allowance out of th. county funds for
the purpose of having a chemloal analy
sis made of the contents of the atom
sen or one of the bodies found.
Inquiries have been made- at th.
morgu. for four persons who are miss
ing, oesiaes those round and Identified.
7 - T.ht 4OT,rtt' active be a Plnkerton 4etecUve. who was sent
v 1 111 an Liiei cuming miinrpinai nnmnsiai
No water- meters,' better streets and
all kinds of civio Improvements are to
Tiin witifl.3 to h i organisea at ssi ; oiisaa .treat last
mm If th? at.!.? J? K tha Jnta: n,ht' J R-allarjr was .looted pre.l
hl tr5eLcUanln lrtment j dent of . th. association. P. St. Clair
will use every mean, in my power to Th. oraanlaation, .m,. tmul T-.m -5IJ:
wu vuo 1 wiii , in au .. probability - indorse, M. J.lbeen neither seen or heard of sine, alia
IPrlscoU as a saadldavte itor eeunoUmaalarrlvaJUf