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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL; PORTLAND, - FRIDAY EVENINO, MAY 81, 1D07.
with lomt eoreor, as the Indian el aim
that in case the superintendent finds
who sighed th document ho would pun-
iah than for It. .''r' i-'i;;,,
Whitewashed by Oovernmeat.
JVolther waa tha nam of tha officer
to whom the petition waa sent made
public, aa tha Indiana . claim that any
proteat directed to the IndUn office la
promptly returned to tha auperlntendent
ana me matter "whitewashed.
Beaidea tha big petition separate pro-
teat a have also been made. On charges
the auperlntendent with-allowing II ve
il took from the Waptnltia country be
longing to whit people to ran re en -the
reservation to the detriment of th In
diana.'- Another la that h haa directed
th construction , of tha telephone line
from Wapinttia to Warm Springe with
out ever having asked or received the
. tXTTTPTT UTTOTWPOO 1YT1 4 V I permission or tne Indians owning- tne
JTlill UlOJUl AVOU l landa
Disapprove University Move
ment bnt Standby
. . m .Movers.
SESSION IS CROWDED
Vast ExpenM of Referendum Pro
ceedings Undr,DiscMBlon -Frobi-
i bltion and Equal Suffrage Stand
'o 6 how PrUon Labor on Roads.
over which the line is being built
LOST FOR SIX DAYS
DDE TO ARRIVE
Five and Possibly Six Over
land Trains Should Reach
I Portland Today.
(Continued from Pace On.)
On leaving Fairfax for Electron they
followed th government trail to the
divide and then got loat through turning
on an abandoned trajl. Until nightfall
they plunged through the foreat and,
then worn out, they ate their lunch
and laid down, but th night waa too
cold to alep,
fBpertal Dtepatra te The Jonraal.)
Hood River. May Today prom
Ises to be th moat Important: in the
rouroayr meeting or in y filing at first light Sunday they
grange as most of th "VonufH beat all day through th foreat, soal
f," Ti?, t?n, v?.?, 1L"5,.",S.h:l,n nnn ridgea and at nightfall nnd-
"""" r " 77 1 . V .vl ' ; ,: ing themaelvea In a deep canyon. They
general sentiment of the .m .1 p-nt th, Unt tntr and tn6 nwt ay
" !V -V L. PPJ- cnyon- and eaught
' ".. .TtVA,Ir-rpT! fro- Tbn they tried to gt out of
MU Mm WmM Mil IMWfPWwi H I Ika .wam hut wVkaswJ 'kawa1 a laa
. - A. 9 1MW VU VIS V U IIVB til W w
county aga mat tnia t u niwsuy ,tp and for thr day they groped
FV" JT.T? JjSTf through It. frequently trying to climb
th tat i body. It wllU howeve' .atidl t Jut fl thmMfv , thlr
tj W ajrB w VI f aH)tWI
' tempt 1 mad to hav th right of
placing th matter on th referendum
thrown out on a technicality.
weakened condition, unable to do so.
To mak mature wore they earn to
an opening where th oanyon waa bar
of vegetation and th rays of th aun
While th etat normal echooia m a y I " " , , ' " " ; V r , '
' IWCI VI9 mill. .milVa.l.tJH IIV M7
tioa la looked for. It la expected that
suggestions .will b mad looktngio
- a more oononioJ and frctlv admin-
, latratton of them. .. ,
Prohlbitloa and Ba.aal offrag.
' There la aotn talk of having th
lung Miuyi I wau( uuuu mpminvnaini
prohibition, but It la atated by av
eral prominent worker that It could
not be carried.! A UK fat, it la a!4.
will meet any mov toward lndoraing
woman . auf f rag.
Th morning ' ceaalon waa largely
taken up with . a . dlacuaaion of the
amendment to th InltlaUv and refer
endum act. it ' waa precipitated by
th appearanc on th floor of th con
vention of W. 8. U'Ben, on of Its au
thora. Th taad taken by th grange
I that the amendment practically
maicee in rererenaum pronioiuv, o'
jng t tn great expena it entail and
th fact that but 10 algner oan go on
each petition, which muat aleo bear th
full text of th law, and aentlment la
' Prlaoa ZAbor oaKlgHway. ':
A reeolutlon waa adopted appointing
a commute f five to aeour Informa
tion ' n aieeeament and taxation and
report at th next meeting.
, It waa voted aa th aentlment of th
meeting alaa that th grange la in favor
of "employing prlaon labor on public
Before th largest attendance of th
meeting 160 candidate took th fifth
degree and 1T0 th alxth degre aat
evening. Th work waa put en by th
trained team of Evening Star grang.
Boy nay Oat.
Here' young Mack' atrength played
out and h frequently fell unoonacloua
Undaay frequently bathed th boy and
kept lif In him. They Anally got out
of th canyon by following a draw, bat
all day wdnaday they auooedd In
going leaa than 100 yarda, Undaay hav
ing to carry th boy. Wdnday night
they apent on th highland. Cora
phitoly broken down and atarvlng to
death th atlll animating Instinct of
elf-preaervatlon forced them to keep
moving, and, unable to aleep on aocount
of the oold, they started at I o'clock
yeaterday morning and after wander
ing 10 hour, with Llndeay constantly
aaalatlng th boy. found an old trail
This fed their hope and gar them
atrength and they followed it to th
abandoned logging camp, wher they
wr founa,- ;
When found Llndeay had left th bey
with th dog guarding him and waa
reoonnolterlng for help. Th people of
Fairfax were overjoyed and th whlatle
blew ther nearly ail of last night The
mlnea reaumed there today, for th flrat
time sine It was known th two were
No overland hav arrived over th
Southern Paolflo for 48 hours on ao
count of the burning of a bridge la
Cow Creek oanyon in the extreme south
ern part of th etat. Dispatches from
Horn! brook yesterday stated that no
trains could pass over the bridge dur
ing th dar.
The bridge has been repaired and th
delayed trains hav paaaed over and will
begin to arrive In Portland at 4 o'clock
this afternoon. There are five delajfeaT
trains and there may possibly be six
before all will have arrived. They are
expected to arrlvo.from on half hour
to an hour apart. 'There are three car
loads of Dunkards under special orders
among th delayed trains and they are
expected to arriv on th first section.
n v How Pafcst
Malt is the body of beer.
is what makes beer a food,
in health-giving qualil
, Malt is -baric r-g rai n ,
sprouted and partially grown.
most malsters torce. this pro
cess in three or four days time.
Pabst takes the full eight dayt
as required by mture, with tiv
result that Pabst gets a nutritious,
srrengtn-Duuaing maic ;
' It takes Pabst longer and it cosU
Pabst more to make this perfect malt
but this Eight-Day Malting Process
reuins in ":--..v. , "
ViO,llUJK5 JUrtur. UWia the fuUest amount of tissue-bulldine,
UP IN CITY i)F ROME nourishment of the barley the grain
richest in food ralues.
(Jaaraal Special Service.)
May II. Owing to the
Tha Pahat Elc-ht-Dav Maltfnor ProeeM !
vrvwu la mmh rha uma In 1fJ tnn a th
Pabst Blue Ribbon
All BLAME DEVLIN
(Continued from Pag One.)
: ypXARCH OF INDIANS
(jbnUnued from Pag Ona) ;
aganeyv a lackeys to th -superlntend-
eni ana nts cierk. ' . ,
' () That Superintendent Covey threat
ened to load UD hla.ahntmn Brut ikiut
pupils In school for trivial offence, and
that this treat was mad on an Indian
court day in th presence of th In
dian Judge and many other Indians.
" Always Ooa . xndiaaa.
Th protest recites that th Indian
of ' this reservation never made war
gainst th whites, but that during the
Modoc war they came to th rescue
and helped th government .enltating
aa regular United .States soldiers and
received honorable dlschargea
Th appeal for redress and Juatio
states that th treatment they recelv
at the hands of th superintendent
make life a. burden to them. '
Tha Twtf Mnn tri, rrno r-A ..J mtA
1 . ' . .
th proposed bond Issues will be ma
terially affected. Oity Auditor Devlin
ays that a special election can be held
for about II.TOO. Th appropriation
this year for th general city, election
waa 117,600, . but owing to th fact
that there are fewer details to provide
for, he believes the taxpayer will not
be called upon to pay mor than th
sum named. , :. ? J
Bankers hav but on opinio, "name
ly, that th fallur to eaus the pub
lication of th election notlc will -rlously
affect th proposed Issue of
bonds, unless another spaclal election
is held to recUfy th defect.
It Is hld that buyers of bonds will
either be slow to purchase the bondai re
fuse outright, or else accept them only at
reduced selling prices. In any on In
stance th city wlU b th loser.. Preai.
dent Walter Moor of th Oregon Trust
it Savings bank said this morning that
a defect of this kind was always more
or less troublesome and necessitated an
exhaustive statement of detail concern
ing the error to prospective buyers of
bonds. Th result waa usually a com
plot tumdowa for fear that on account
of th election not being in conformity
with the law a dissatisfied voter might
involve th city In litigation.
of visitors u
maa meeting ha Jut been held to I sasinuiapo wiuioat necaswty oi nm
protest against the high oost of living, taxing tne stomach to digest It.
which has caused those with small
wages and alarle th bulkf th In
habitants, especially government darks
4o suffer severely.
Leading Socialists delivered violent
speeches and fighting followed, between
th rabbi and th troop, scenes like
these in which soldiers are even stoned
being of almost dally occurrence. At
time th shops In certain sections of
th city are even closed on account of
a widespread fear of note.
ROCK IN PRISON YARD
fJesrael Special Service.)
Rome, May 11. The Qlornale d'ltalla
I th authority for a Strang story
of a convict's sudden rise to affluenca
It appears . that .. a certain Milanese
named Pasqualo, who some years ago
waa condemned to a lengthy term of im
prisonment of penal servitude, has sud
denly become a millionaire. Th un
fortunate man la at present working at
th convict settlement at th Island of
Lampadusa and It is hardly likely that
all of his 'Wealth which comes to him
by the death of a rich aunt whoa sole
relative he is, will afford much satis
faction to him.
- When ordering' bear, ask
for Pabst Blue Ribbon.
Made by Pabst at Milwaukee
And bottled onir at the Brorery.
Charles Kobe Co
Cor. Srd ft Pin fits., Portland.
Phon Main 480.
Mayor xn Speaks
At nig rally tonight, Burnsid Grand.
SCHMITZ JURY IS
' JrU Sperlsl Serrtee.1
Baa Franco, May II. But IS
talesmen qualified ' this morning front
the venire of 7S drawn Wednesday for
the Schmits Jury. The first four called
were quickly dismissed.
The largest crowd since the case
opened was in attendance this morn
ing ' th aisle being oiled. Schmits
was smiling and confident It is ex
pected that th Jury will b completed
, Our Summer Suits are right in harmony
with the best ideas for men's dress.
We carefully examined the clothing of the
best makers, then we placed our orders and
' had these suits made especially for us; we
know just what we sell.
f. youll find our label on every suit it's our
, guarantee (not -.the guarantee of a far-off
manufatcurer) and if any suit goes wrong
, bring it back and we'll give you satisfaction. '.
: Men's Two-Piece Suits - - $10 to $20
; Men's Thrcc-Picce Suits - $10 to $25 :
1 . GlI!KuhnPop,
,4 . Men's and Boys Outfitters i '
166-16S . THIRD ST, MOHAWK. BLDO.
KILLS HIMSELF AFTER
CAUSING AUTO WRECK
(Jonin1 Special Service.) '
Dresden, May SI. An extraordinary
tragedy occurred here a few days ago.
A raptor car which contalned'two ladies
got beyond control and killed a sales
man, and his wife, who were crossing
the street The chauffeur then ran the
ear into a ston wall, both occupants
being thrown out and severely lnJuqtM
After superintending the removal of
the wrecked car the chauffeur went
back to the garage and hanged falmaelf.
He left a not saying that th ghost
of his victims had commenced to haunt
him and had driven him to despera
ADVENTIST MAY SPEND
LIFE AS MUSKETEER
(Journal Special Serriee.)
Berlin. May tl Musketeer Mans of
the Thirty-first Infantry may serv for
th most of his lif Instead of the two
years prescribed by law. He belongs
to the sect of the Adventlsts of Judg
ment Day, recognising . two ' holidays
every week, Saturday and Sunday. Con
sequently he refuses to do work, or en
gage in drill, on Saturdays, and likewise
on Sundays. For each breach of disci
pline five montns and one day are added
to his two years' enlistment, and up to
now he has 17 yeara to serve with the
prospect of becoming the "Eternal Jew
of the Prussian army," unless the kaiser
takes pity on him.
XXmt Hiss th Xma Bally.
Tonight, East Burnsid Grand ave.
SHOOTS HIMSELF TO :
ESCAPE PRISON CELL
Curious Customs and Observances to
Avert Impending Evil, j :
In th lak land f northern England
ther Is a well-known case of a; fir"
that has been kept up for three genera
tions., When It accidentally went out
tha householder went to some wood cut
ters who had lighted their fire from his,
ays th London paljy News, and
brought back their fir to his own
hearth in order that he might possess,
as it were, th seed of his anosstral
fir. Undoubtedly this arises from th
old belief that the house fire 1 derived
from a sacred source. Then there are
many houae fires whloh are .kindled
from ceremonial fires onoe a- year.
Thus at Burghead all the fires ar
lighted from the "burning clavier and
kept alight continuously during th
year, it being considered lucky to keep
the flame from the . clavle all the rest
of the year. This clavle was lighted
first of all at a fire of peat made by
youths of the village who were sons of
the original Inhabitants. Every strang
er was rigidly excluded from the cere
mony and peat only could be used.
The ceremony takes place on New
Tear's eve, and after the clavle ha been
kindled one youth after another bears
It in triumph around the bounds of the
village. At certain houses ana. street
corner a halt is mad and a brand Is
whipped out of the burning clavle and
thrown among the crowd, who eagerly
catch Its ember and from them kindle
th fires on their hearths. . Finally th
remain of the clavle ar placed in th
center hollow of a pile of stones, called
the "durie," and the remaining embers
are distributed to the villagers, all of
whom attend the ceremony.
Another ourlous feature of the observ
ance is that the long nail which fastens
the staves of the clavle is made of iron
by the i village smith, but the hammer
must t a rouna stone, nucn importance
is attached to the ceremony that if the
bearer should stumble during the per
ambulation of. the village it is looked on
as a dire calamity, foretelling disaster
to the place and certain death to the
bearer In the course of th next year.
There are quite a number of cere
monial fire lighted on St John the
Baptist's eve. In Nottinghamshire part
Of th Tula lor is kept till the follow
ing year, to be burned upon the next
Christmas eve. The method is first to
put a bit of last year's log into the fire
place and burn It, then the fresh log
muat b put on th nr ana allowed to
burn for a llttl while. It is then taken
off and burned a little every night until
New Tear's eve, when It is put on the
fire and consumed, with the exception
of a portion which is kept in the house
until next Christmas . day. It is be
lieved that the observance of this cus
otm will "keep the witch away." r
In Cornwall the practice obtains of
resorting to th hearth and touching
the cravef (the mantel atone across the
head of an open -chimney) with the fore
head, and easting into- the fire a hand
ful of dry grass tr. anything picked
up .that will buriu-'-This-J' form -of
"hearth sacrifice" Is regarded aa the
most effectual means of averting any
unpenning evus oi a mysterious nature.
All these customs, m various ways,
are derived from the sacred character
with which our ancestors invested fire.
ANOTHER BIG VALUE
IN LADIES' SKIRTS
Fine $10 SKIRTS for $6.95
x The lady shoppers are beginning to realize that GevurtzV Specjals are real bar
X , gains not merely "hot. air" , exaggerations. Tomorrow's Special in ; Skirts is
X ' Up to the Gcvurtz standard of merit. ;
SPECIAL SALE SUMMER SKIRTS
Extra fine box plaited and i
' sunburst cream. colored
brilliantine Skirts; extra
full cut,- some with black
piping, very swell; value
$10.00. Special . . . .$6.95
CASH or CREDIT
We sell for 'credit at less
than others do for cash:
i .You are welcome to the.
; privileges of our most lib-'
, eral easy payment plan.
) Cor. First and Yamhill
., in. i ni n i i in n lwwuww-' i
- . a II ii u in 11 ... a -
Cor. Second and Yamhill
Kan mally Tonight.
Burkhard's hall, B. Burnsid eV Grand.
Ixs Angeles. May 1 1. Thomas J.
Moulton. who was accused by his em
ployers - of ' embesslement, shot and
ir Ul a.A Jtlmaulf ihla mnrnlnr nn th.
stairway of the courthou.. while on the RAILWAY IS TRYING
thai Af rhaa nimrrnf aittrii-1
ney. where he was to endeavor to effect TO HANDLE TRAFFIC
w I -. - -aa a
taivruriiai oiirv-iai nfrrww.i
London, Mar 81.The London &
CimiihvaaraM. T a Mwavv' Mmnan ts molr.
TO INVADE BELGIUM ,n Poiai arrangements to meet thfc
, aaiuiionai cranio requirements oooa-ar.-
i w.,ww.v aL o"1-- bZ transfer from Liverpool
Alivnciui vtiuvuv a tha IXrVil A flfee bbmim AIiHa
of , of oceanrc. 'MajiuTand TITwteS
Belgium la furnished by the Affer of ar to b, cn,p,oye, ln the Southampton-
u 77 -a ZZ ?. - y Cherbdurg-New York service-calling at
The price named is stated to be very! ai..i- u .
temDtlng for a service which haa al- w ..u m '
wavs been a financial loaa If is felt. r-iS''LTlt..!"
however, ln Belgian shipping circles that wp.tArn tii-, -..--. ., n..
.u. ...utbm . n. nt nutiAnni rth.-J wswrn way company s new tender,
M " "7.i " . - Atlanta, which will transfer passengers
nJ Etit?& ZZtLE -MW to the Ocean Quay station.
r.TfhT nol where corridor dining ear train will
tain the proposal. . nuAlnmmm ifrant V, T.nnn ...
tr TOO BOX4-
Ttlll Nt All A Mm pf An a i
succeed the first time use Herblne end ... -. . , '
youTWUl get instant relief. The great- " rrom the -Bookman. '
est liver regulator. A posiuve cure I prwnc io mi country or xne
for' constipation, dyspepsia, malaria, j distinguished Dutch novelist. Maarten
ehllla and all liver complaints. Mr. C Maartens, recalls ,the Story of his elec-
of Emory. Texas, writes: -Mjr wire has tion In the spring of 1S95 as an honor-
been using , Herbine ror nersew a.na mrr - member of th Author' elubv of
children for five year. It Is a ur j4W York . ?
Wbw tin name Joost Marlus M. Van
cure for constipation ana maiana iv
ha don for my family." Sold by all dor Poorten-Sch warts came to the at
AracslsUk :. ' tenfloa of the tnembershlB committee
Retiring From the Shoe Business
$3.50 MISSION SHOES
Your choice of any pair
of shoes in out stock all
Spring and Summer 1907
styles Oxfords and High-
Cuts, all leathers, including
, patent - - ' -
Top and Bottom Shop
Clothing - Furnishings - Hats
OUR SHOLS MUST GO !
$2.65 82.65 82.65 j 82.65
$2.65 $2.65 82.65 82.65
$2.65 82.65 $2.65 $2.65
these Little Pill.
They also relieve We-
tress from Dyspepsia, In-
digestion and Too Hearty
Bating: A pertoot rear
Drowsineu, Bad Taste
la th Mouth. Coated
Tongue, Painhv Qui Bide,
TORPID ITVZB. They
regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable, (
SMALL WL SKALL POSE. SMALL PH1CE.
KGrauine Most Bear,
, y Fao-SimilB Signature I ;
there wa a gasp of astonishment.
Finally the late Bill fiye came to the
rescue with the suggestion that th firat
half or the name should be acted on at
one,' but that th last half should be
held over until th autumn, when th
weather would, be cool. v- , j t
' XAne Sally Vonlglit. ,"
t Burkhard's hall, E.. Bumslde a Grand.
.Or any other point m the east, this summer, and take advantage of
the very low ROUND TRIP rates that have just been fixed upon by
THE OREGON RAILROAD & NAVIGATION COMPANY.
Frorf PORTLAND to ' . ,
Sioux City ...... . . $60.00
Kansas City '.$60.00
A D'rsct routes both waya One-way through California
" Ten days allowed for golnf trip, to days fo tvtan. Stopover at
plsasore within Units.
, Tickt will be on tale Jane 6. 7 6; July 3, 4, 5; .
Augntt 8, 9, 1 0; September 11, 1 3 1 3 . :
Corresponding redaction la rate from th title aamd to Jamestown
and retain. Tax lull particulars inquire of .
WM. McMURRAY, ; C W, STINGER, 4 ' .
Oeswal sng Agant. -. - .. City Ticket' Agent,
Third and Washlagtoa Streets.