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THE OREPON DAILY JOURNAL, rORTLAND, WEDNESDAY EVEHWQ, MAY 2, 1C07.
PHOIOGWII OF ,;
i ' i i li ii i in - ' 1 :
Petition of Gray's Harbor Coun
ty Advocates Reach the
1 . a sj aws ' ,.'' i i . 4n ' uhsji spi , jt . f. i tm f ?f ? ?f fi Tn Tfk r t tr
rV. , pfecutivo Safely. '
ITS WAY WAS PERILOUS
Af Aberdeen, It If pteportfd, Pfflceq
Were Entered Burglarious! . by
Aatit Seeking pocument Diyis-
JonlaU' Line of AtUck.
Assassin Shown at His Best
Diamond Ring Glistens
. .- Upon i Hi Finger. . .
(Bparlal Pl.pitcfc to Tbt orns1.) '
Olympic, . Wnb,, May It. Under au
thoiity of the act (or the creation of
(hs county of fray's Harbor, tha $ot-
ernor naa referred, without prejudice.,
,tha petitions In favor of tha new coun
ty to Bppatior Judfe . B. fyce, of
. via county, na petitions contain
more than 1,00 names. Thos appear
ink 4aailnatv tha " petitioners raued
that tha law providing for tha eraatlon
of tha naw county was ambJfuous and
A . i'li ' a 'A . . ' . -7 . . . .
imi ii imrapua io ciomi tne aover-
ith judicial power contmry to tha
tltutlon. .v t-vv-v.--'
J Before Judse Klce tha opponents of
v oi vision win micK int surnciency oi
tha petitions and win attempt to maka
m iiyuih! - oiviBion prove ii
legality of every algner. The dlvlslon
Ista, on tfca' other" hand, will ask for
ruling to compel the opponanta to dis
prove all such signatures as they at
: tacll. ;;4.,V;.' ..i'-; ,t,. .'S.'-'.i.,'
i ' It li charged by E. . Bertn, ' who
presented the petition, that tha antl-
dlvlslonlsts have a standing offer of
.- $1,009 for the destruction of tha pe
titiona The time for filing would have
expired, py Imitation het weak.
SEARCH OF THE ANTIS V
It Is AUeged Tbt Many Offices at
', . Aberdeen Were Entered.
j -i ' t ' -
, - Special PLpetoa to Tbe JoantLt
' Aberdeen. . Wash., May ' Ji. The ot-t
: flees of Boner & Boner, attorneys of
tha city, wera entered Friday nlgut
- and tlrea copies of tha petition for
tha division ef Cbehalis county and
thi creation of Oray'a Harbor county,
ware taken. Other offlcea wars enter
ed on tha 'same night, preaumably In
etrch for theaa coplea. ' The , original
. document Vaa not' found by the (ooters
aa'lt waa secured n tha safe. It Is
.thought tha coplea wera atolen by emla
aarlea . of tha ' anti-dlvlaioniata,' aa It
la known a large reward haa been' of
fered by them (ar t Uat of the signers
of thi petition fof divlaloiu f A ?
.; The original baa been well guarded,
and la now In the hat)ds of tha gov
'ernor,,' having f Jeen taken to Olympla
by E. B. Benn and J- C Hogan Mon-
" ' ' ,
v Dyapepala la .America' curee. Bur
dock piood i Blttera conquer dyapepala
avery time. It drivea out Jmpuritlea,
tone the atomach, - reatorea perfect d i-
" geetlon, normal weight and good health.
Cares Too Mncb for This World's
Vanities -N Session of pourt
Today While' Kew Venr Js
Sumnjpned. i . , , .
RESTORES your HAIR to
(By George H. Bhoaf, of tha Appeal to
. Boaa, J-daho, May II. Wftb U iurprf
Ill ll I VUI, VWI4I V fiVIWKy. MJVWM"I
the Haywood case until Thursday af
ternoon to permit Sheriff Hodgtn 10
eummon another vanira 01 men, n,
regular and apecial panela hfv'ng been
Skhaneted Id an attempt to aeoure a
jury. ( Each side , has eercis4 slf of
tha ten peremptory challenges they are
entitled to, and there Is one vacant
Seat, maklna- nine men that must yet
Qualify In order to complete tba Jury.
aaaumlng that both aidea win u an
tha peramptorles thay : ara ' privileged
to aa.i, This. ' bowavar, Jt "Is bllved.
i atainttttav V rkva
1U MtXlUkUlU sJWlim
Find Inclosed 17.75 for Six bottles BAIB
HnAtiiu. Am aeugotea wua ooiue eent ma,
lieingeo youag.itaiiuoetKiuea mem una
bair gemng wnie ioag perore 1 jn mim
woman I but, thanks to UAIRH ALT if.
Cay kaira can be found la aaf bead.- Mrs,
aon,Mutteilburgk. W. Va. 1 '
Ouarantaaa wrfeetry Burt.
ITitlo-Hay Bpec Co., Newark, K. ?
C0C AT DRUGGISTS.!
tha proeeoutton and as usual tha objee
tion "was auatalned by tha court. Millar.
In response to Hawley'a queatlon, Sai4
that ha Waa oppoaed to ' capital pun-
111 3 ii ? dJ-T'Yt mil Jimmt,,,-fUennQn- took " blm and
I" purpose of ascertaining whether Mil-
assume that ' each aide will noia
reaerve at least one peremptory.
ihValPri0li CIo,houaHfJ, ' " n conscientious fcfuplas, Tha
tonal f bava to qualify, juror-was about to admit that ha was
.;, urov who vo jixtnueo. ' 1 opposed to capital punishment wnera
Juror Orlo Cola baa' been excused on 1 the evidence aralnst tha' peraon acouaed
account , of ui-neaitn. tna aiiorneya onior crime waa wnoiiy eiroumaianiiai,
both aidea agreeing to inawaer or xne when Hawiey interpoaeq nis ODjection.
eouC; Juror A. F. Barnes ' likewise As the court promptly sprang to tha
aakad to be. ecued on acoount of state's assistance in sustaining tha ob-
phyalcal disability, but bis eaaa waa da- jectlon, Richardson, looking aggrieved,
feired until Thursday.- Juror Daniel tank Into his seat and declared ba
Clark tnada a Similar requeat stating aa would not, und,er tha'clroumstancaa, try
bis reason that pis pusiness jniereais to quaury tne juror,
would Suffer should ha remain In the - " orobard iPbotograpbs.
jury, tun requeat was oniaJ, T . Harry Orchard'! picture (waa taken at
enrt- flsYsraf ofbar jurorf sWftenn- (h, vimtltLrf totoy-by --pbotora.
wiiiML. tt,rwl well fitting suit of
iourned before they could waKe up tbr tjothe ind looking Straight at tha ba.
-7,.;... 1 .Jte.; 1- . J PcKWro sna nif ayoa aifffnatu w w
ptmost It Is a striking pose and pre
tm aasf an sbbb
aminatior yesterday waa peremptorily v,!. v.. n,-
iJXSi.ifl;ll2 Wrious than ba d?d at ths t'ma -pf bs
men wera grilleO. before one was found .rre.t- v,B t,.lr ,ftrted and brushed
aoceptabla lo tha at.ta to toka his plax a. "V Wrtyio forehead
J". Bu n? ,!?n1 ohanlo than a self-confessed murderer,
fence building gang In tha employ -of v...
tha Bols. interurban Hallway, com- jVo
.i,a,. i.v. . .'own bis right hand ov.rjtha arm of
1 ,T .C.T x.7TvJ 11 m,.. b" CbSl' lb suqn a way ins a arge
It waa plain that Richardson dlallkad Ni.mi nn h third finrer atanda
to accept Bmith for many raasonav bnt out with considerable prominence, ! A
PsfTOW's eperienca with ba court Jn ic chain attached to a valuable watch
trying to disqualify Fisher tba day be- nn.ni.nn,i.tT ww hi vt Tha
fore taught him that If ha could not BU,t of ciot. Wom la the ono that
securt a juror who waa manifestly faif, bSUfrht fop hlm bJr Attorney Fred
he could do the next best thing by re- Miller, now of tha defense, who made
sorting to theaa peremptory chsllenges. th, purChase at Orchard's request' short
It is probable that Smith will go ti e ly a?tw b arrt lt months agoJ-
war of John Fisher. . a Airaannti rl atl f
. in the examination of Henry a Mil- her6f wh0 n(4V, afjn Orchard, declfra
ler. Attorney Richardson's ploaa quea- themselves unable to reconcile bia ra-
hpbwk was opj m of wey 01 1 Hgiotn pretensions with hit manifest
vanity and love for areas. Attorneys
for tba defenaa say that wera Orchard's
...... . ... A M-:'A k
reiision real . ana not - niiuniw, 11
would ba so enraptured with tba Visions
of -the unseen that he would not care
for tha vanities of tha keen world. As
(t ' Is, bis very appearance seems to
belts his pretensions to religion. It Is
announced by tha etate that Orchard S
picture will ba .withheld from the pub
lie until he Is called upon to take the
witness stand against W. D. Haywood,
Assorted rumors regarding possible
trouble continue to fly thick and fast
through tha streets of Boise. It Is un
derstood that Mayor John M. Halnee Is
followed noma every night by one or
fuui iiivu f, t.u vuuuu ,44 unit
and spring from allay to post as tbay
follow. Who these shadowera are la not
definitely known, but It is strongly
suspected that they ara Plnkerton detec
tives, put on the mayor's trail for the
express purpose of frightening him Into
employing mora Flnkerfona to help pre
serve iq peco 01 me puy. xnis way
wood case Is proving a veritable bonan-
Sa for tha detectlvea and It Is known
that tha Plnkertons ara working lt fqr
all they ax worth.' Union men and so
cialists ara paying no attention to the
"trouble" reporta, knowing that rumors
of war ara necessary to the continued
stay or ma armeq fnuga wno ara strjq
lng around, spo)l)ng for a fight
-I - , fatiguing;
a cup of GhirardellPs
Cocoa for breakfast helps
wonderfully, it Is so sus
taining as jvell as dell
clous. Before returning
home don't forget to
cm m h air
.; BRUSFiES; ;
Good Vfilue'at regular prjecs, and great bargains at pne third
discotfnt. They are gpipg fasti but we havclots more.
' HAIR BRUSHES, 60c yalues for. '. . , 33
TTATt-l nntTCTirc 1 Art jt fin J
JmiVL BRUSHES, .values for, .81.17 "
One good thing always recalls another, - We hive a lot of
good quality Chamois, good heavy body, without thin spots
1 soft apd, pliable. Charopisat 10a, 15 25t 4Qf, 50,
Jpt$ aqd'Sl.OQt' They wpaf well and are large size pieces.
Sliidmore Drug Co.
15f THIRD STREET
RALPIf CRVS-ER, Prop.;
WOMEN LAWMAKERS IN
f Jonrnal Sseelal Service.
Helslngfors. Ma 22. The assembling
ana organuauon ox tne new jf'innisn
legislature here today marks perhaps
tha most advanced step yet recorded in
the movement for tha political emanci
pation of women, ha legislature Is tha
first national body of lawmakers con
taining women as representatives and
on an absolute and perfect' equality with
men. Of the 199 'members II are
women. Foremost among the 'women
members Is ' the " Baroness Alexandra
Grlppenberg, who s well known In Eng.
land. America and elsewhere for her ao
tlvlty In behalf of woman suffrage. At
the opening of the legislature today tha
baroness received and read messages of
congratulation from equal rights leaders
throughout the world. - . - , 1 :; "
ACCUSED Or SWINDLING
Seattle, May !!. The federal grand
jury which Is In session to Investigate
tha land frauds Jn this stats returned
nine Indictments yesterday afternoon
but withheld the names off the persons
Indicted.- "' "' ' 7 '.
Summer Tonr East at Small Cost.
Jamestown Exposition' excursion tick
ets' sold , daily via Pennsylvania Lines
offer unusual chance for sightseeing at
small expense. Trip to Exposition may
be made' via New York i and ocean
steamer past Old Point Comfort (Fort
ress Monroe) aolns; or returnina-. and
via fhiiaoeipnia, Baltimore, washing
ton. Columbus. Cincinnati or-Louisville
in opposite direction, with' stop-overs
for side trips to Atlantic,
May, Jersey Coast,' Long Island and
New England resorts. The ideal sum
mer vacation ' trip, , 'Particulars ' free.
F. N. Kollock, tlst. Agt., I Stark St.,
Portland, Or. ' - ' "
' ' Mansfield Improves. .
. ' (loarnal Special 'Serrlee.) "
'- London, May 22. Mansfield Is Im
proved In health today.
$3.85, for $5.00
Genuine Panama cats at the Chicago
Clothing Co., 9-71 Third Street. 1
' Preferred Stock Canned Oooda,'
Allen ft Lewis e prsnil
' i i 1 1 i i i 1 1 -r i i i i ,-' x. i i - i i i i I i 1
1 II I M I I I t 1 1 i . .
ftTfueki-fulfill f.'t "
Our -New York lMyer nialfes another great scoop l.sqo pf this season's
newest skirts bought at Jess ftiqn fost erf material alone and now you
get them at a half and third price
Four sensational offers, and they are all values so great
, that thousands should be after them. Remember, every
one at less than cost pf material alone, and that means you
et 2 to 3 for the ustiaj price of 1. " ' '
mm mi ivmmvTa
Only 18Q0 sKlrts in all. and if fojk'sonly Jcnew how great a bargain they
are tnerp wqum pe lu wojnen ior every siurt u me 101
snr other store in Portland, and
n4 Mis3e Slpirts for streej; fnd
Irsi SimI n1 9?sl stfltr tntrn
liantlne and taffeta silks 11 newest pleated effects and fancy trimmed with stitching, straps, braid and buttons," all color and
cirts, 1Q7 styles, n4 oyer 80Q different piateriajs .tn'4 colon to'pick from. At 8 tomorrow morning
ever held on the cosit berina. All S4 to S15 values at 81.08 to 54.08, and remember $183 buys
the best $15 silk or wool skirt In the lot.. , . ,- -r . : -
Lot 4 1)
ie Desc fio sua or wopf stair
$4 tQ $6.
WIS IUU : ,
Lo t 2 $
S7 to 9
Lot 3 S5).98
I $10 to $12.
$13.50 to $15.
TREMEWtWS WASH PURCHASES
50,000 Yards at Half Price and Less
The mills entire overstock1 closed out at a price that enables us to give you this season's greatest bargains 5O.0OQ ytrds-rand al
tne newest pe, wfsn uooas tnat are most in aerona, sneer, oamxy jaoncs.wi uns hwjcpj yvvw u yuiwio, u ncw,
nd the same thaf sold $he town oyer dpubl(j (ind more. slaughtered at figures that give yoq tQ 8 yards for the price
of 1. arid ifemember these are not the common trashy kinds, either, that's made for bargain sales. But every yard, is the finest, and
best and grades (hat seldom if ever are sold at a cut price.
For New More Walstings.
27 Inches wide, newest of
this season's 25c goods, st.
For test J5c Taffeta Ni
nons, In new plfld ef
forts, an pft it'jpcbff
wide. , . j. . ,
For finest He Mercerised
' Ginghams, newest ' pst
terns and colors, Wlnpfces
For 27-Inch Mohair Ppn
fees, plain and colors, all
finest of 50c grades, at
82 yard,'.'-- - ,i ..
For 30-cent Embroidered
Swisses, white and colored
trounds, with contrasting,
eolor dots. , , , .
3c a Yard for Oc. nncf Qc
Another day pf the his sale I.OOQ yards Tprchon
tact Insertions, all dalnty""patterns, wide
and narrow widths, , grades worth 8c and 4 f
ioc All la one lot,
3Mn Dotted Swiss
Ten pieces pnly, yrd-wide Potted f
Swiss, all new designs and best pf 18c of
Large 15c Taweltv
Qrest, Wg 22x5-nch 'sixe, gopd heavy fk
huck, all fringed and cheap It IS cents. xMH
Special i ..... .V. .v. ; .'. 7 V
actuauy wprui one yara.....w
36-inch Fancy Plaid and Check
Novelty Press Goods, 9fA r
lots, 65c grade. Yard. . . . . . nrtl
79c for Women's $1.25
A 50-dosen bargaiq lot for Thursday's 'sell
inf. Women's Real French Lisle .Elbow
Stoves,' Jq black only, full 16-bntton length.
1 sixes. A dove made to sell
at fl5, and but pnV pair t? f ifC,
29c Pair for Ruffled
It's a sensation, sure: enough; but there's only
20Q of them, so eome early. Full ' t
yards long and never sold anywhere Ur
lessthan 5c. 'Oqe day only -si-f,W
Sc Plaid Calicoes , ;
The wide" 25-Inch ones, peV plaid - S "
gingham 'effects, 'a bargain at 81-JC' fj2(J;
3Qc jerry. Clqth.
Five bolts only,and when lf gone
youll pay sue ior as gooa.. ? i '
MarhiA IS tiL wide. 30c trade. Yard. . Mtmf
A CrcpHie fflltoi Sale
Another exddng offer 50Q boltf 25c pnd 25c Ribbons gt 15s. All new,
this season's' styles, but they are makers' odd pieces and half bolts.
That's bow ?e got tnem so cnesp. -fiain ana tancies, cnecus, uresdens.
stripes, etc, all I to I inches wide, all colon and plenty of
blues gnd bins. "Non worth less than 25c to 35c. All In one I fit
CDl?ri A I Three yards Corset Cover Ribbons...............
priXUU 40c Roman Stripe Ribbons for Pelts, yard 34f
25c cake Psckefs Tr Sosp.t7s)
15c box "Transparent k Glycer. O
ine Soap, box U
15 fiox On'jif jwlcg oipplex: o J '
25c can Gfflette.', Talcum Pow-O-
der i...... ............, a M
3,000 10c and 15c Toothbrushes, C .
larS an4 small sue. Choice . . ai y
LOTS AUCTION SHOES
Htmdreds of . pair marked down to clear them out tyew goods are coming in and we nee4 tne room these
occupy, so (very pair has beeneduced to a price; to; clear them with t rush.- Odd lots, remember that' so
early rooming ip advisable if you want the best.: V' I V ' r ' j rjCtY- jC,'1
lyppn'sando . ,5f mfk . uaq lob Jen s .
$3.5 0 to 5 Shoes
High Shoes and Low Shoes, Includ
ing patent leathers, genuine welt
rtTJt SX SXH A O For One Crejt Lot of Hcndrtfjf er Pulrs cf lfct flntst,s
CrlQIGE 9m women's. hisses and ci!ilp$ shoes
All the. odd lots bunched, remainders from lots tha have sod up to as high as JS.pq. All now at wf . . nign &noes, uxtoras
and Slippers for women, migaep and children, in aU the'fatest styles, and 3 pairs of a kind, but plenty of alj sizes in the lot.
Remember, shoes in thia jot wprtlj U04to $3.50. Choice 08t pair. - ' '
White Canvas Pymps
Fancy ribboi bows, kid-Hoed and
uiban neeis, au sues ana au ay.ov
i: 25c Wide Silk
"'la black and colors, extra wide aifd
au oest k graae. sni
i -1 ,
SELLING OUT GROCERIES
Dpwn gq prices again Hp use waiting longer. Prices are dropped to
the bottom now. Fixtures, scales, coffee piill, "etc., for sale, ft your own
Prfce. 1 T '-'A ''" ' "
Jgo Peoth Crescent brand tro(, I fl
ed xnackaral, can i
Me can Cprned flstf ;
lOc Dutch band soap ....... ...6f
bottle Bnydar catsup 19e
ISq Fla-Prune cereal :....19
lie yiolaf jpancke ftour ..i..gl
pscfcss 0"r oats 4 -.
(q Teaat Foam. package 3
Borden's' Eaala' milk . . 15f
JTel's WiHf oa.p, I btrs,.;.25f
fimall minced atamsv can .'. . Asl
Best 10o head rice, lb. e.tf
10c Hodces nines meat...,...:Tf
26o Spanish-American pork aid Q
beans . 5C
lEq can Subllmo Freqcb Sardines 9e)
J60 law &ot$le m Jfan'.
16o loose Muscatel raisins, lb ...9e
Hlb box assorted: spices .'..';.'...8
Electrto llht candles ......
SENSATIONAL TBUBSDAY OFFERS '
Tin Dippers, all sixes, worth to 10c each. V: 4
Large else oilman Patent Folding Lunch Boxes, 1
regular 35c values.' Choice 1'.
pteel family footers. te ",sV3c
J000 tin t a-kt ties, choice .,,.14
No. ( National Spiders, worth v 1Q
oc. for ......... ........
No. 4.cme Irving pan, worth. C
He, ior ... ,"i . . :f IOC
JOq Urpra, -o,w f&lvanse4 patlS'l&s)
lt-it Ralvanlaad chamber palls "7 7,,
worth 10c, tor ,....,....,,
SOS larga lT-qt tin dish r'i. "
foot bjth tuts, 'o c - : T
ones, 3 if; j.: c
10o Japannet t'n ! ..