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Tins OREGON DAILY JOURNAL . PORTLAND. FRIDAY EVENING, . MAY ' 10, 1007.
: IIE17 PISTORATE
I of the feerltave of this . church .sad J
charged tha people to prsserve tt with
fidelity . and loyalty. - n spoke or a I
I church In eastern Oregon whara ha re
feentljr preached when there waa In the
I audience Klp-Kapalllkln, who waa the
grandson of one of the Indiana who In I
SEEK. AID DF 7R00PS
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1811 made the memorable Journey to BLlcan only furnlah protection for a email
TaiiIb a AwA Ih lhlt man1. Iwwtlr I - . . m . mi .AA
Louis to find the "white man's book."
There waa also preaent Old Sarah.- a
wlcened old woman who had learned the
gospel at the 11 pa of Mrs. Marcue Whit-
nan, the martyr, and an Indian waa
tbere whose anoeator . had been one of
Joseph's band. . .
. Dr. Holt spoke appreciatively of the
mlaalonary work of the mother church
and Ita far-reaching power. A pleasant
liiUe touch waa given by Dr. Holt when
hi 'said that he had attended school
with the mother and father of Rev, Mr.
CHARGE TO PASTOR I people something- that they did not
now aooui now mey nappsnea u i
ao good a man as their pastor, but aa
the preabytery had not appointed him to
give taat enarge ne eouia not ao iu
Edgar E- Couraen at the organ ran
dered In maaterly atyle the "St. CecllU
Offertory Mo, I" and the "March Ke-
llgleusr. by Gounod. . V r: .( "
ImDressiv Ceremony at First
1 Presbyterian Church Dur
' J ! Ing Installation. .
REV. SHARP DELIVERS '
ConffrecaiJoa irnd Member of the
rresbytery Prwent at , Berrlces
pMKlded Over 1 KeT. liar
v Sermon by Eev. Ely.
With aa interesting and Impressive
acrvloe Her. WUllam ( Hiram Poulkea
waa last night InaUIled aa paator at
the . First Preabyterian . . church. The
moderator of presbytery. R David
Henry Hare, presided. The sermon waa
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EVERY MAN HAS A PROMIS
ING FUTURE IV
Sal Jrway Saooaed te OMonmi tf
v -.lrttav jet,--,' ,.
Brown had a promising future be
fore eprtng really opened, but It haa not
succeeded in catching up with It to quite
the extant that waa expected. . Gray will
again bo a popular ehade thla summer.
Our showing of gray suitings is re
markable for the beauty and variety of
weaves . and ' pattern. -The gray fabrlo
designers have surpaaaed their former
best . afforta. , Until this seaaon's fab
rics arrived, w did not realise that
gray would bo combined with so many
airrerent colore and still retain its soft
elegance and oool appearance. ' J. C
Bchaefer A Co.. rooms JO and 11. Ral
eigh building, JJH elxtb street,
number of cara. There are onlir (00
members of the, police force and yeatar
day It "took nearly 100! to protect two
cars running through outlying sectkms
of the - olty. Even Chief Dlnan, who
boaats of the ability of the police fores
to protect the cera, was unwilling to
attempt to tako th oars through the
crowded pars of the olty or through the
burned district'.. .'V-.. '..:.
The United Railways will renew Us
attempt to operate cars today and lust
as many oars will bo sent out as Chief
of Polios Dlnan will guarantee protec
tion for. The .company announces that
It 14 ready to send out cars on all lines
at any moment, bun nntU adequate pro
tection is given by ths municipal au
thorities, eomplsts .resumption of ths
streetcar trafflo la impossible, . i
Military oxperts who have been con-
suited declare that a force of several
thousand men would bo required to In
sure the safe Operation of cars over all
lines of ths company. : v.-: .y.;;
- .' Woo Bnongh Volloo,.
Officials of ths-United Railways do
not regard the developments In the situa
tion yesterday as favorable, to ths re
newal of normal traffic The fact that
ths rioters hesitated to attaek two ears
nndar polios protection Is not taken as
any Indication that thsy will not attac
unprotected cars, and ths else or tne
police department makes it Impossible
to furnish guards to all ths ears neces
sary for the resumption of traffio.
Tho schedule of ths cars is at pres
ent dictated by Chief of Polios Dlnan
and everything is in his hands. ' U is
to notify President Calhoun what tuns
today hs can guarantee ths safety of
th, Mra nJ -.nn-nnlAf, Mi-man whlrh
will be sent out Unless ths state or I forthcoming ths United Railways will
f eedral v .authorities . intervene with I lay. the matter before much higher
troops, ths present oondltlon of affarts t and mors powerful of flolals in demon.
from tho snme phyilonldlgtnrbnncoi,
m.nA thsU tl at.t.n Vst 1 vVialwi Jnla. la
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many cases, quickly drift them into
the horrors or all kinds of female
complaints, organic troubles, nloera-
tion, falling and dlaplaoemonts, or
pernaps irreeuiantjr or suppression
canaintf . backache, nervousness, lr-
, . i-jtaouiiy, ana sleeplessness. r
f Women everywhere should
member that the medicine that holds
the record for the largest number of
actus cures or xemaie uis is
Lydia E. Plnkham'&Vegetable Compound
made from simple satire roots and herbs. For more than thirty years
It hag been helping women to be strong-, regulating- the functions per-
jeewj ana overcoming- pain, it nas aiso provea iseu invaluable in pre-
wnug ur ttiiuu uirwi ana ae vnairge oi juuo. :. , , .. :i . ;.
Mrs. A, M. Ilagrermann, of Bay Shore, L. I., writes H-Dear Mrs.
PlDkham "I suffered from a displaoement, excessive and painful
functions so that I had to lie down or ait still moat of the tima. '
LydJa JS. Plnkham'S Ve&e table Compound has made me a well woman ao
taat x am able to attend to my duties, i wish every suffering' woman
would try Lydia B. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound and see what relief
n wui give them."
Mrs. PinkhamV Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering from any form of female illness art Invited to writs
Mrs. Plnkham. at Cyna, Mass. for advice 8he Is the Mrs. Plnkham who
has been advising slok women free of charge for more than twenty
. at . m a a I a - a a a a aa , . . w
yoara, ana oeiore tui ane assisxea ner mouer-in-iaw juyaia u. pink
ham In advising-. Therefore she is especially well auallfled to g-alde
sick women oaac to neaiu.
ReTt -W.; H- Fbulkei,'
by ; Rev." Ben-Ezra Stiles Ely,
IX I, after which - the constitutional
questions were asked the paator-eleot
. and" the people by Rer. Mr. Hare. ' The
v prayer of installation was given by Dr.
J. R. Wilson.
Rev. Edward If. Sharp delivered the
t- . charge' to ths pastor. He apoka of the
j . ,o.uallflcatIona and ths functions of tho
' - pastor's office, drawing the lesson from
'"; the position which Joseph held as In
terpreter to Pharoah. He said that the
people would come to their pastor with
. . their troubled dreams and It was his
I high privilege ss the Interpreter of God
I , to open to them the great atorehoueea
"; of reoonclUatJon and Immortality. The
t ' qualifications demanded were those
I .which had been catalogued by Paul "Be
4 'thou an example of the ; believers In
!word, tn-manner of Ufa. in love, In
k fath. In purity." His final charge to the
, r pastor was to guard carefully and joaU
ouair the genuineness of bis work
? Interpreter of th,s King.' . ' ,i i "; ,
The eharge to the people was given
. br Dr. W. & Holt, who spoke eloquently ,
Is likely to remain unchanged.
Twelve affidavits of a sensational
character were sworn to late last night
la the offloee of the United Railways at
ths ear house at Turk and Fillmore
streets, by IS of ths strikebreakers who
nnnrr imilinrc A-rtir-n fere arrosica aiier ie woooy wiutea
nunOCf IliJUnCd UincniTurk street on Tuesday afternoon.
xnese ainaaviM set ioru -mat. a aumuir
of non-union prisoners . were beaten,
knocked down and kicked by the polloe
officers after they had been booked In
detinue at Eddy street oentral station
on Tuesday afternoon. That they were
tormented and reviled by the polloe and
oalled unprintable names, photographed
for the rogues tallery and compelled to
submit to vilification at the hands of
Richard Cornelius, preatdent of the ear-
men's union, who, they stated, was ad
mltted to their cells by the polios.
; Prisoners XefaseA Pood. '
Bom of the affidavits also state that
the men were given no beds or eots.
that they took turns throughout Tues
day night in sleeping on bare benches
without blankets, some standing while
their comrades reposed, and then chang
ing - places with them,, and that they
were refused food, and water by the
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One of the deponents declared in sis
affidavit hat when he demanded to
know on what charge ho waa detained
ths police told him "murder," and that
in : remonstrance he declared to them
that be had not fired a single shot, and
Showed them in substantiation, his two
revolvers, fully loaded snd their barrels
clean, .i .,,!. , ? y v,,.
The men clal,inder. oath that" each
andjsyeryaet of .violence and Indignity
imposed upon them by polios was wholly
without provocation. 1 i . r,
-' These .'affidavits were Veoured ' br
Freaident .Calhoun for the purpose of
presentation to the board of polloe oom
missioners, and that if no redress is
Preferred Stock Canned (toe dm.
Allen dtLswts Best Brsnd. t
RUNAWAY KILLS ONE ; v
An exciting runaway, resulting In the
death of one horse and serious Injuries
to another ocoured yesterday afternoon
at Third and Couch streets. Two spir
ited horses belonging to the Independ
ent Baggage and Transfer company.
were frightened by a switch engine.
near the stoel bridge and despite the of
forts of W. a Lynch, the driver, dashed
down Third street . ... v:
At Couch street ths animals collided
With a lumber wagon, seriously Injuring
both steeds. As one of ths horses sus
tained a broken leg; Patrolman Oolts
put tho animal out of misery with a
well-directed shot . 1 v'. 1
stration of the real attitude of the po
nce oeparunsat in the struts,
COLORADO CATTLEMEN i
KEEP -MONEY AT HOME
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Denver, May 10. Colorado stockmen
Intend to erect a 11 00,000 pavilion In
this cltj; to be used for purposes of
exhibiting Colorado stock. Just at this
tims particular attention Is being paid
to ths stock raising Industry in this
state, and more especially to the hog
raising. , At a recent dinner here, the
fact was brought ut that Colorado is
now spending tli.04u.000, on1 hog prod
ucts to the east Local cattlemen claim
that 'this moiwy oushtta"taji 'fa the
state, and it was teaMeff that Urge im
provements and additions to the present
packing establishments of Colorado are
planned, . . ' . ' . . , ,
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But one shot was fired yesterday and
this was not witnessed by the polloe.
One of the strikebreakers declared that
a shot had been fired at bis ear In the
afternoon and showed a bullet hols in a
ventilator window in substantiation.
The morning trip of the non-unlolsts
was a continual ovation, the trouble not
coming unut axtarnoon. in tne morning
the strikebreakers wsro greeted ' by
pretty gins who pelted them with flow.
ers, and while passing ons bekeshop
stout old German woman cams out
with a pan of hot small cakes which shs
tendered to the crews of the oars.
i Prom reputable oltlsens who wit
nessed Tuesday's traglo affray. Preel.
dent Calhoun, of the United Railways,
declares ce nas learned that the atrl ice
breakers were not the ones who fired
the first shotSr A bartender Is said to
hare,, emptied f lvs shots Into ons of
the oars before a single bullet was fired
from a gun in the hand of the non
union men. . . ... , .
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Oldest MomanM the World
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Mrs. Mary McGrath of Bran
don;:V7is who is. 110 years of The; others wsro anei
age and the oldest woman in conditions.
thT world, says that when she thl thttiTO11and's42oUSat,S
t4lr.rt..fl ry.." ngii nn-i- - Py 'the oierk of the supreme court.
-fujr sfwc mail vvnia-l Anor condition U that he lead a law
conducting the boarding bouse.
., Oovernor Chamberlain termsthe par
don V "square deal' pardon. White hav
ing agreed to pay a fine of f 2S0, as bis
partners, Bmlth and White, did, and to
pay the cost of the appeal.' He also Is
said to. bays promised to conduct him
self as a law-abiding cltlsen in the fu
ture and not violate the state or federal
law. At the time of his sentence White
was admitted to ball In ths sum of !,
000, John 7.Xite, M. J Malley and
fonn orant rum laning ths bond.
Ootemo CHves OoeUUnoaal Vardoa,
Chamberlain said this morning;
"I have made out a conditional sardon
for White and am trying to get in com
munication with Ma friends now - to
submit it to them.
"White was the best one of the gang
with whievge was connected and was
tne- oniy one: wno received a sentence.
I have mads
out a pardon for White with several
Ons condition is that hs
Nevada will figure In the Haywood
trial.' Among the prominent wltnsssss
who will bs called here for the prose
cution are ex-Governor Jamea Pea body
of Colorado, Bulkley Wells, present ad-
jutant-generai of tne state and c o.
Hamllln. former secretary of the Col-
orato Mlneowners association. r- '
The attorneys for the defense take a
cheerful view of the situation, and as
sert thsy antloipats no trouble in scour
ing the acquittal of their client ' . .
The court adjourned until Monday
morning. ' -
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walk a rhilei
key she feels so well !8ho can ffirS.tSSS
without an order from any court. -yi-"I
have from the best authority been
mA ttk KlfV thmt WhlU hi, kun U..
Mrs. McGrath savs she tried ln B mpiry ufs stnee his convio.
-'several other tnedicines, "...which don 1 ra tu,it,a seiy by desire to
" QlQ her harm and finallv Used convinced that Whits was the squarest
" tr rr i -W , . . - one of the bunch ho was oonnsctsd with,
i JJUiiy S Pure Malt WhiskeV as They escaped with a mere fine and it
.tr- ... , , . , . . didn't looav right that he should serve a
,.. prescribed SOlelV. WhlCh re- term VW1 the others esoaped with a
. ' 1 . fine." .
-. Stored her' to halth "anrt nm. t v'-y.J
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! longed her, life.
AS TRIAL; LOOKS
torneys on both sides reverted to vol
uminous piles of papers wherein the
man's history," religious, political and
Mlta. HART McGRATH, 110 TEARS OUX
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what a wonderful medicine your Malt the veniremen were farmers and Re-
. Whiskey is. I am never. tired of otais- pu"oan;' - . ' ..
1 it u. J. Zr u The attorneys for the proeeoution
. mg It, for it has done me Srnuch mads , sspsolal effort to ascertain
' good. Wmle I was taking jItrotlld whether ' or not any of the veniremen
' go out and walk a mile, ilave taken nJ.
SO many Other; kinds of .medicines of airard, Kansas was. thrown Into
smce i haye been sickand instead of
. .i.. iifj , f lng aa the; namea of the veniremen
improving me they (fid me harm.; J ware caned' and questioned by the at-
. know;t;hat-; -uiiflj'9 -vvPnw Malt
- Whiskey" does tofmel and I want no
other medicmeJ', Yours. Mrs. MARY industrial, were inscribed, it is evi
McGRATH Tfranrlnn Wis TWm a,nt tnt attorneye tor the prosscu-
v o fh r8naon V"11?- tlon know pretty nearly -the bias and
; ber loth, 1906. character of virtually every possible
Duffy's Jure Malt WhialtMr s. tc wot ln Ada county, and the attorneys
juny s xurc ware wnisKey is rec- tor tn- Mtn$, prova(1 tnat knowi.
Ogni?ed as the best tonic Stimulant edge of ths same possible jurors is by
in the World for both VOUne and Old. no limited.:.-, The Questions were
pected that next week will be con
sumed before both sides wlU be satis-
fled with the persons whom they will
admit to Jury service. : , :
.. Judge Wood Indicated his apparent
willingness to be fair in bis rulings,
and through no source - a point arose
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- is distilled wholly from malted grain by a most expensive method whicfc has never been made pabKd K5ant mrStook en tetrl
S .1 .1. .. ... a .. ... .. I A . . .1 ..A I., A. AM M flit. l,W t AA. I . m M.. : ..'t . .... . ...... - I
ana mis private process gives it gicai uicuiuua nuo uu uiaua (juui;,uiu iimui, ouimcss.i est in- tne prooeeaings, ana occasion
paUtabihty and freedom fromthose injurious ubtances found in other whiskies makelt acceptable, tf'.-KSS -iff fmurywIth, court
to the most Sensitive Stomach. . , - V- ; ... . " - j ':.;-;.f prMtioe, andWswords. were heeded by
T . - . t . , . 1 ---- . i." ..T- i .mJ.,mIa...'T I kl. un.ul 111. IhmII, 4 . A .
it is an ansnnitriv nnrr. irnii r ami lnvitoriiLinir 3Liiiiuitui.ctuvi , tviii.,. -i otu s aa innioxin u.
. , . . . y r ,. . . --a-- . V. , - . daughters sat by his Bids, and .will
continue to appear in court every day
untu tne ena or uc trial.
r Few" labor men have arrived ln Boise.
Though ths detectives say that the
town wilt be overflowing with them in
side or a week.i:,:V::'''':ii;:'::,r";f''
" ' odallsa Writers... ' '
Among the Socialist writers are' Er
neat Vntermann, Ida Crouch. Haslet. W.
Parks, It F. Titus, Ryan Walker f ind.
a. H. Shoaf. These persons, "'while
they i are watched constantly , by the
polloe and detectives and have been
warned by jdaypr John M. Haines, are
confining their activities purely to lit
era, work. ' They firmly declare they
are for peace and would deprtoate any
Violent outbreak. ...
From' the names of most of the wit
nesses subpoenaed by the state, it la
plain that all. the labor troubles of. the
which destroys and drives out all disease germs; .-creates; new nerye
luaucs, luuo U1U OUtiJgtilclia livaiij 6-. pvrrv, .
and elasticity to the muscles, enriches the blood and 'soothes, and
heals the mucous membranes. It brings into action all the vital
forces. i-X it, makea digestion ' perfect, and enables you to get from the ,
.food you eat the nourishment it contains. It is invaluable forover-,;
worked men, delickte women and. sickly children. It strengthens the
system,' is a promoter of health and longevity, makes the old young.
snd keeps the young , strong. Duffy's Pure Malt, Whiskey .is a form
ot food already digested and is reeognlEed as a medicine everywhere.
k ,cAUTION Sold by fcU dniggists, grocers and dealest W direct, Inaealed
V,5?nly.; iever 1,1 bulk- Pric 1 InsUt on the genuine and aee that the
Old Chemist" trade-mark is on the label and that the seal over the cork is '
broken. Beware ot refilled bottles and spurious malt whiskey substitutes
c..ered lor sale by unreliable dealer. They are positively harmful and will C
, "t cure. Uustrsted medical booklet and doctora advice free. Duffy Malt
vuvASLtavs) As r
f last la
But for ths TtgUaneo of Iiookout
Kelllher of the North Bead weather sta
tion, th lightship would probably have
drifted on the beach this morning again.
Shs broke loose at 4 o clock and Mr,
Kelliher immediately notified Dlstrlot
Observer Basis of this olty. Mr. Seals
ln turn called up Astoria by tslephone
and asked the telephone operator to
notify the tugs. A couple of hours later
the tux WaUula and ths tender Heather
were bound for the rescue. .
. Anehot rrobably XVoaft,
The lightship le in command of Cap
tain 3, H. Barriman and carries a crew
of 11 men all told. She is equipped
with sails and would bs able to hold her
own If she could get unasr neaaway De-
fore getting too closs to shore.
Can tain r. j. wenicn, ngntnonse in
speetor, was immediately notified of the
accident this morning but it will not
bs known untir. the return of 1 ths
Hsathsr whether a new anchor will have
to be supplied or not. It Is supposed
that the anchor was lost ' Captain Wsr
Hen says that Captain Harriman In
spected the anchor chains a few days
ago and found them la one eotNflltion
and' from this it is supposed ifcat the
blow of last night must have, been un
usually severe. .
Storm ' warnings were 'erdered die
played last evening all along the eoast
py the, weather bureau. ye
Metiger fits your eyes for St. 141
Washington street, corner Seventh,
lormeny at ill sixth street..
If yon -have a horse "on your mind"
not "a , nightmare ."read The Jour
nal. ads.: .
"Fine" needs emphasis when
describing ' the Hanan Shoe
Other shoes have borrowed the
word and abused it. 1
Let's say "satisfaction" in
stead satisfaction based on fit,
opmfort, style and service.
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vThat s twhat you get with
every pair of Hanan Shoes.
Low priced, we think, for
what they offer.
$5.00 and up. :
For men and women.
. IF VOXJ WANT TO SEE THE , NEWEST . IN
WEARING APPAREL VISIT THE STYLE STORE
The Standard of Superior!
Distinguishes the garments we show in our Men's
Clothing Section They are the product of the '
most celebrated makers of the age.
W SCHLOSS BROS. CO:
TSe. STEIN BLOCH CO.
" BRADBURY SYSTEM
A sufficient guaranty for the honesty of materials, ;
the perfection of workmanship and the correctness
of style. Yet in consistency with merit they are
priced very moderately Besides we privilege you
to select and wear vpur outfit while paying for same
1 ; . at themall rate of $1.00 a week.
Eastern - Outfitting Co.
Cor. Washington and Tenth
.Vbe aUore Wnese
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The name that means
what, you want, if you
want it good: Schilling's
Best - "
Tow trsetr rtltitM yaer noMf If 4asl -
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11 v . : la our elegant r ' , ; rf t j
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