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rna osscon sunday. journal, Portland. Sunday ' morning, junb 2. iso7.
: AID FltOLl RUEF
v Confidential Counsel for
" r Patrick Calhoun Makes
i - Appointment With Boss
1 OFFICIALS REALIZE - :
? DANGER THEY FACE
Corporation Head Do Not Fancy
Bar of San Qnentln, an Are
Turning to Man Tber .Scorned
, ; When Mora Confident. '
?' (Bairi New fey Leeaeet Lmm4
: ' Bn Francisco. June 1. rThe oorpora-
ttona, beaded by th United Railroad.
hav turned upon Abraham Ruef to av
' In court today,' before Judge Lawlsr,
- Attorney A. A. Moore, confidential coua-
, eel for Patrick Calhoun, quietly slipped
to the back of the room. He tiptoed
: down the center aisle and took ft posl
tlon Immediately behind Ruef. '
Qenlally he leaned orer the shoulder
,Y. - of the indicted boa and whispered oft
" J ly in his ear:
"TV "Abe, I want to sea you bed. Tve
T trot to see you very soon. Can I com
out to your house and hare a talk with
1 .; Ruef scarcely looked around. - He
doe not lore the corporations since
' they decided to shift, the blame all
: on htm and save their own necks at the
i ecpenae of his. But ha said coldly to
, Moor, whom he has known for ft Ions
time: . -
i n "of 1 eourse you can come out Mr.
ttqre out you will hare to run the
" guard of Elisor Biggy." ' 1
r That was all. Moor hurried away
.and. resumed his seat with Calhoun.
Moore' quiet -action was olosely ob
; served, however, by the prosecution.
To their mind it indicated which way
the wind was bio wine. It said to them
that the corporations had at last real
ised that Ruef could send their offi
cial -to Ban Quentln If they ware not
very careful, and that they had best
get Ruef back into the fold. - ...
- Ruef has declared that he will stick
by hi declaration to "tell all."- He is
very angry at the corporations for de
, sertlnt him when he needed them most.
During' .the eight months that he
fought the prosecution . they 'did . not
' come near, him .with advice or money.
. The prosecution does not believe that
he will turn back now.' , t , .
AEKONAUT LANDS IN
MIDDLE OF RIVER
r. ; . " v
Igpeetal Mspstta ts The Joe real)
i Spokane, Wash-, Jun 1. Aeronaut 8.
A. Cokley cam near losing his life by
' descending Into the Spokane river from
his parachute. Be - left the balloon
i about 1.00 feet in the air , and had
,soms difficulty with his parachute. He
lit, to the middle of the- stream and the
' parachute- came, down on top of him.
,-He made a noble effort to swim ashore.
but the current was too swift. About
' J0.00O people were at Natatorlum park.
.'where the ecoldent happened, and many
tfollowed the 'unfortunate man down
ietream. Be was pulled ashore about
a mile from where he fell. '-
INCENDIARY. FIRE IN
A MALHEUR TOWN
fsneclal DUoares t Toe JseraaL)
V Boise, Idaho, Jun 1. A report has
'Just been received that the Monopol
; note , and barn at Jordan ' Valley, Ore
. gon, was destroyed by fire this morn
ing. entailing a loss of 110,000. There
"is f 0,000 Insurance. Seven valuable
horses were burned In the. barn. It is
believed a hobo, who claimed to be from
Salt Lake, Set the fire, as he had several
"article from person at the hotel on hi
. person. He is held for further lnvestl
-ration. Harry Scott, proprietor of the
hotel, is the principal loser.-
FACULTY OF WESTON
,. ' (Special mqwt-h to The JoaraaU '
, Weston, Or., June 1. At a si ee ting
of the board of regent of the Weston
normal school the entire fsculty was
. reelected. President Robert French b.
tnt retained for two year. A Blight
Increase was made in salaries,
r The publlo school board ha reelected
; a principal of , the Weston school T.
'M. Bowman, with Mrs. Eva L. Mo-
Queen and Mis Stella O'Harra a as
sistants. . Mrs, McQueen will have
charge of .the primary work. This
leaves one position unfilled.. - .
UR0LARS BREAK INTO '
v ALBINA TAILOR SHOP
-.. Burglar broke Into the rear of F. F.
. Fowler's tailor shop at Williams avenue
-i and Cherry- street shortly after mW
, night last night. In effecting an en
, trance the burglar mad noise, which
, aroused a' woman living near the shop.
, The woman notified the police, and Ser
. geaat Wendorf was detailed to make
an investigation. The sergeant had not
been able to locate Fowler, the pro
prietor of the shop, at t o'clock this
' morning, and consequently eould not
'. learn whether anything bad. been stolen.
SALEM WILL HONOR
, ; : A NOTED ACTRESS
. . . .".
fgpeeial Bkpeteh te The Jeereal.)
Salem, Or, June 1. A shower -of
' roses will be tendered Mrs. Leslie Car
- ter, the noted actress, on th occasion
ef her visit to Salem, June . Th af-
falr is : planned bar the ladles of the
- capiat etty ,' And te distinguished ao-
rms Will D given a mm cgraiai wel
come. She -will be- presented with
pholcvres, th prettleet " and moat
f res-rant f Salem' gardens. ' The board
f trade may plan some function In her
s. honor, probably theatre party. ;
QUAKE DEMOLISHES f
i- - QUITO BUILDINQS
u " : - '
(FeMWie-e Preie By fcll Leeaed' Wire
., Quito, Ecuador, June L All Ecuador
'was shaken by an earthquake today.
Several distinct shoos were felt here,
ene of which shook down several build-'-Ing
and .caused considerable damage.
' ; To prevent a further fn crease the
east of house in San Franetaco, ten
ant hav been qui ' OTf-n)slng a
' anion to combat th ,
landlor'-. T" r--
I ve t t I 1
nands bf th
r i-norf its
FILLS THE DILL
Member of U. S. Geological
Snrrey Discusses Artesian
. Wells for Arid Lands.
W. C. MendennaU of the United States
geological survey, is at the Oregon ho
tel and told yesterday of the wonderful
results obtained by the artesian wells
In arid distrlots in the Mozee and Mo
Java valleys. Mr. Mendenhall has lust
returned from central nd eastern
Washington where he ha been Inspect
ing regions for the purpose of making
what Is technically known a grouna
water aurva vs. -.-
The surveys occupy ft distinct de
partment in the federal geological sur
vey and are made for the purpose or. e-
terrain Ing whether large areas of water
are concealed beneath the surface- of
the land. As a result of Mr. Menden
hall's Inspection la Washington ha has
become favorably impressed with th
lay oz u uu.a ana wui monnung uiu
survey be made of that territory.
' In telling of the result of irrigating
the land by deep welts, Mr. MendennaU
aid that In th Mojava desert resident
raise cantaloupe, fruit and other deli
cacies in th what would be arid soil
were it not for the artesian water.
He said that in the great Colorado
desert the government ha established
an experimental date farm, where date
are being raised that equal those grown
in th oases of the Sahara deaert in
Africa. Th climate of th Colorado
desert, he said. Is very similar to that
In th Sahara and often reached ft tem
perature, of ISO degrees la th shade,
with no shade to be found.
. In the southern , part of the country
Mr. MendennaU said that well hav
been bored to ft great depth rrom wnica
th water ha to be pumped to th sur
face with very satisfactory results.
'Mr. Mendenhall will leave tomorrow
for the south after visiting with many
: ' Bnrlal of Alfrad Moora. '
; (gpedal IMapetcb The Jearaal) "
Mawberc. Or.. Jun L Th funeral of
th aged Alfred Moore, who died at
Lent at th horn of hi son. Dr. J.;B.
Moor, was held from the home of hi
son, C F, Moor. Friday morning. Rev.
H.' Cash conducted th servloea. Mr.
Moor' body was buried beside bis wife
la Ro City cemetery.
Fork, Spoon,' Knifo and Can Opener
' Combined in On. ' : J
' 'Apparently Inventor are continually
endeavoring to combine in one article
whloh were formerly made in save raj
distinct units: 'This is particularly th
caa In regard to kitchen utensils. A
novel combination of thlq kind 1 shown
in th Illustration, in tni device a
St Louis man ha succeeded la combin
ing ft fork) a spoon, knife and caa open
er. . At one end 1 th fork, at th other
end th spoon, ' knife and can opener.
By thus . combining these ' four articles
.-- HAS MAMT VSES. .
la one the economical housewife oaa
save expenses, obtaining th 'four arti
cle for th coat of en . It also means
less silverware to wash th one com
bined utensU requiring lea - cleaning
than th fonrr . I . r"
' MEAT HOLDER :;
Novel Contrtraaco Which Renders
Cutting of Meat nn Easy Matter. ,
A practical and vary useful device
recently patented 1 ft meat holder, th
Invention of a Teza man. Almost
everybody 1 more or less familiar with
the difficulties attending the carving
of a ham or other large piece of meat.
The object of the, meat holder shown m
HOLDS MEAT FIRM. '
the Illustration 1 to Overcome these
difficulties and render the carving an
easy matter. -The baa consists of a
wooden platter, .which can be readily
washed. It la mad large .enough to
accommodate aa ordinary ham. Along
two opposlt sides are ehafte ea which
are secured a number of pointed clamp.
Th latter are operated by mean of
ever at the end of on of th shafts.
After th piece of meat ha been placed
on the platter the holder are tightly
clamped la position. Th oarvar la thus
able to use both hand freely and cat
tho meet to best advantage, . .
The Irish- labor 'eonferaoo held" at
Belfast some tlm ego rejected by
vote of llt.000 to ts.000 ft propoeltloa
to recognise Socialism aa on . f . th
r yft aie-vemeot,
MAYOR LANE WILL PRESIDE AT
MEETING FOR COMMAf'OER BOOTH
Ml Eveline . Booth, ommaadr 'Of
the Salvation army la th United States,
will arrive in, Portland Tuesday morn
ing from Saa Francisco. Th local
army will giv her weloom la tre
mendous meeting in th Whits) Tem
ple, corner ef Taylor and Twelfth
streets, at o'clock Tuesday evening. ,
Mayor lane will preside, assisted -by
many of the leading men of the city.
Mia Booth will speak on Transform
tlona." Sh will leave on the 11:4 train
immediately after the- meeting for -Seattle,
where she will meet ber father.
General Booth, who is due to arrive
from Japan on the Minnesota Wednes
MORE POLICEMEN ' .
CAUSE FEWER ARRESTS
With 1 New Patrolmen Added, to
" ; Police Force, Better Service .
.4,:;., :'. ! Given the' catjr. '
Two noteworthy features of particu
lar Interest to the community -are em
bodied in th regular monthly report of
the police department compiled by
Titomas Jefferson Casey, chief of the
bureau of statistic th appointment
during May of 10 additional patrolman
nd th decrease la th number of ar
rests. . j,
- During th mo-th Just closed but 100
person were taken into custody as com
pared with tit -or April. As usual th
greatest number of arrests was on th
chares of drunkenness. Its 'being gath
ered in by the patrolmen on this charge.
Sixty vagrant fell Into th clutches of
th blueooat and tS persona who failed
to retire before th hour, of midnight
also came to grief. .
. For assault and battery fl arrest
war mad; disorderly conduct, 14 : dis
orderly by fighting. If 1 drunk and dis
orderly. ' 14; gambling. 4; violating
city ordinance, 100; minor la saloon a,
10; cruelty to animals. I; carrying con
cealed weapon, I; abusive language, I;
trespass, ; threatening to kill, ; using
prof an language, 4; Interfering with
an officer. I. -
In th bureau of criminal investiga
tion 4 bureiarles. holdup. 47 lareenle
and two cases ef bad check war re
ported. Only 14 report in all ware re
ceived by. this branch ef : th . service.
Although 47 larcenies were Investigated
by th detective, but II arrest were
made on thla charge. . '
On murder case, that of the Killing
of Conductor C L. Nevtus of, the Rose
City line by an- unknown bandit, : threw
Inspector Bruin department into a rer
ment of excitement but th murderer
has not yet been captured despite th ac
tivity of th sleuths.
Durlnr'' th month li - fir - alarm
war recorded, on dead body found.
10 injured person assisted, 10 intoxi
cated persons assisted to their respect
ive homes, 14 cases or water running
to Waste reported, 100 witnesses sum
moned, It street obstructions ordered
removed, and 24 sidewalks reported for
Th patrol wagon responded to i
calls, showing a alight decrease in the
number of runs as compared with April.
The municipal, court receipts- from fine
aad forfeitures vfre $1.11. a agataat
11.44 for the preceding 10 day.
BERLIN POSTAL TUBES
. . .. .. ' ., " -'" 7 .'
Oonnoct the Central Office With the
-.f-;::iWnvotpni Buto4s.', i '
Th Berlla postal author! tlea are rev
olutionising th. conveyance ol letter
and . parcel. -
Th Idea on which they are experi
menting, says th Chicago-Tribune, 1
to hav aa underground tube with a
large enough circumference to admit
a man la a .atooplng posture. . Theee
tube are to connect the central office
with the principal station and with
th district office.
Two seta of rail are built la this
tub or tunnel, on over th other, not
id by side. The upper set of rail
Is supported on th aid of th tube,
thus practically dividing it in twav
Small earrlagea. running oa two wheel
are automatically driven by electricity
along these rails.
No locomotive 1 used nor la there
any attendant with the carriage. As
many a six or th carnag caa o
run together for conveying letter and
na. reals from the arrival atatloa t th
central post office aad thence to the
varlou distrlots, or vie versa.
By thi mean letter can be deliver
ed la any part of th city la ls than
a fourth tn um lormeny requires.
80. far -the scheme la not beyond the
experimental s taxes, but it promise
to be a success and to banish from th
streets tho mail van with all its poetry
and romanoe. ,
. " . Tho Wogtern Bead. '
It winds toward aunsat and th veeper
Above the level pathway of th plala;
Here dusks a woodland, tber a garth
.. 1 Mi.
Ooldens about a stead where eattl are.
Along It pUgrtm feet advancing far.
Slav pressed ana y
But fared beyond th km gy"a fftd-
, . ,1. t stain ' -? -
To'aom dim goal, surmountlag
.... - i ' .4. .
Bo wo, tho wanderer through the vale
'of life, , ,
- WUI on day aoal 1U climbing
TTn. mb and on oatn w reaoh th
ia vlna bahlnd th turmofl" and th
To find, uncumbered by ear' baffling
,, -. loaa, . .
1 A bourn ef rest beyond the sunset
, Cntm Soollard, ;
Farminc fat La Vendee.
From the Washington Post I
Jt' found more thing to lntreet mo
at 1 whlnh I toured notlona
,k-- u th. ranltaT'tyf that na-
' . .1 h .u ...v w j r
tlon." said E. F. Burnham of San Fran-t
claoo, at tn new wuiaru. -wnue in
has been brought to a high tat of per-
lection, m some 01 nw ui-imriurauw
I still In a primltlv conditio.
r T V-M-. tnr Instance. I aaw
women spinning with those old lnstru-
mant. Ik, Aml tt efltt snlndl. Which
were la us 4.00 year ago. Throughout
.r. Went Wl thetr
milk, cow were worked at th plow
ana narrow.' in wneat wu sjroanu r
windmills, and th women went to mar-
W- a- 1 1 I Ma. 4n h. Mnnbava
Another odd eight waa th portable stills
waicn weni irom rann w lenn ,mHn
brandy, of which the district produce
Senator Klxoa ef Nevada la a mining
magnet In th new Qoldfteld region.
He also runs ft string of newspapers
and a atria of baaka, -la his early
day a wa a telegraph osoratoff.
day. 'From Seattle the two will go to
At T:l o'clock Tuesday evening an
members of the five branches of the
army fn Portland, with members from
Spokane and Seattle, will meet at Corp
No. 1 hail, on Davis street and. headed
by the Scandinavian band and with au
tomobile in 11 ne will march in a body
op Third to Morrison, up Morrison to
Twelfth, and on Twelfth to th Whit
Tempi. More than 400 will be in line.
Nearly l.00 ticket hav been sold for
th meeting, and more than 1,000 are
expected to be disposed of before Tues
' ELECTRIC PROJECT
(Special Dlspsteh to The laaraall
. Salem, Or, June 1. Marahfleld aad
Roseburg capitalist have filed th arti
cle of Incorporation with the secretary
of tat of- ft- company that wilt build
and maintain aa electric railway from a
point near Marahfleld, Coo county, to
Roseburg.-Douglas county. Th nam
of th company la th Douglas V Coo
Eleatrla Railway company. The incor
porators are A. C Marater. L. H. Haa
ard, P. L. Phelan, L. J. Simpson, Bdgar
L. Wheeler and J. R. Fanagaa, - Th
capital atook U 1400,004. . :
Other corporation that filed article
were- - " 1
Th Brooklyn Hall and Improver eat
association; ineorporatora, A. lav - Kee
ns n, Oeorge J. Cameron and J. A
Klelth; main of flee Portland; capital
stock, tt.000; object building ooaatruo
tion and real estate business.
Th Pendleton Lumber , yard iaor-poratoro,-
O. B. Cellars, Oeorge at
Shepherd and Edward S. Martini oap
ltal stock, 411,000; mala office. Fort
land. . -
The Modem company: incorporators,
J. W. Vogan. C A Painter. L. W.
Traver and M. T. Bradley; main office,
Marehfleld, Coo oouaty oapltftl stock,
f Ij.000. -
(Kperial Stspateh to Ac toarasl. '
Mcklnnvllle, Or., Juno L The ottt-
sens of MoMlnnvUle, who made appllom
tloa to be organised into a company of
th National Guard, took th physical
examination today. First lieutenant
Condon C. MoCornaok, assistant aurgeon
of the Third Infantry, oonduoting th
examination. ' 1
Adjutant-Oeneral Flnaor arrived thi
evening to mutr la tho suooessful ap
plicants under th nam of Separate
company. F.- O. N. O. Captain L. H.
Knapp, quartermaster Third Infantry,
had been detailed as Inspector of elec
tion, and was . present to conduct th
election of a eaptaln of the company.
The company wlU without doubt be or
ganised with a full quota of mea. . . -.
SALEM Y.M.C. A. BOYS
SUCCEED -AT CIRCUS
faoeci.1 Utopatah t Tke'Joersal) ,'
Baiem. .'-Or' Juno 1. Th Salem T.
M. C A. Boys club bald a eireu last
evening : that " proved a auooeea. Th
crowd spent money .liberally aad th
boy Betted a neat gum for their ath
letic fund. , -
Among th attraction were th Igor
rote, th snake charmer, dog show, in
fant incubator and other such feature.
Th boy hav decided to tak their
annual outing June 17.
About CO wUl camp on tho beautiful
ground between the reform school and
Turner for two-- weeks. . O. F. Easter,
Q. C. Hatt and. other local leader will
accompany them, 1 This will bo th sec
ond camping trip. Th boy are deep
la preparation. . - . . ,
TIMBER DEAL RAISES
- ' : i
rwaehtntte Bates ef The JearaaL) '
-Flora, Or., June L -A compaay com
posed of Clarkston (Washington) and
New Tork men Is taking four months'
options on land la this section. Coal
and timber 'are the object of th pro
posed purchases, in case, at least 10,
000 - acre are found available. Fair
price are being named for the land and
should the project go through It 1
hoped it will bring about transporta
tion facilities for th north nd of Wat
Iowa county. .
NEW MUCILAGE BOTTLE
Attachment tow Temporarily Holding
1 the Brash In the Bottle.
Th problem of devising a muoUago
bottle which would prove entirely satis
factory for boms as ha received the
attention of Inventor for many year.
Everybody - la familiar with th nickel
bottle of mucllag purchased at the cor
ner store. Th bottle 1 securely sealed
by a tight-fitting cork, aad with each
bottl a small brush for applying th
fluid I upplld gratuitously. After
using th muollag the question arise
of what to do with tho brush. Th eork
mOst be replaced, or th mucUag be
come hard. If th- brush la allowed
KEEPS BRUSH MOIST.
' ,s ... ' ,
to dry It beooraee hard. A neat method
of solving - th difficulty i shown ia
th illustration. On th Inner aid of
th neck of th bottl I a band of
spring wire, th Outer aid botng open.
Th brush fit into thi ring, an opening
also being mad la th cork. To release
th brush the handl 1 withdrawn
through th eld opening- of th ting.
A Wyoming man has' had th Idea
patented. Thi Improvement eould read.
Ily be added with alight additional ot
to th manufacturer. - J
, I . a . .1 . , ' , ,
: HOT CONCLUDE
Argnments lnf Sheep-Growing
Case WUl Be Made'
AFTER AN INJUNCTION
Pnrpose of Legal Battle Id to Evade
Qnarantlae tn Fatnrtnf ' Sheep
and ; Both Bldoa Will ;: Exhaast
Every Effort to Win." ' ' .
Aebattle royal waa started In.th
United State circuit , court, yesterday
afternoon before Judge Charles K. Wol
vertoa when th hearing on the" pre
liminary injunction asked for by the
Washing-ton aheepgrower against W. H.
Lytl. state sheep Inspector, aad other,
waa presented. -
Lawyer la th ease were unable to
fllnah their arguments and Judg Wol
vertoa postponed the - hearing until
Monday evening at 7:10 o'clock. Thla
wlU be the first night session In the
federal court la Portland sine th
close of the famous Blue mountain land
fraud case last summer. ' - ' -
Th - aontentloa between the parties
t tho suit on which th matter of the
preliminary Injuaotion ,wlll bo decided
la whether th nw Oigon law passed
by th . last legislature discriminates
against the Washington grower.
Evtdenoe wa Introduced xr tne aneep
grow by placing Dr. a B. Nelson,
stat vtrlnary of Washington, and
W. C. Johnson, sheep inspector of Wal
la Walla county, on the witness stand.
Na witnesses testified for the defend
ant and Immediately upon the close of
the argument of Lawyer Oscar caia or
Walla Walla, Judg Thomas p. Hallay
commenced the argument for th de
fense, but failed to finish by th tlm
The feature of tho Oregon law to
which th Washington grower object 1
th provision regarding dipping and
quarantining la th Wen ha forest re
serve for summer pasturage. . The act
provide that all such sheep shall b
dipped twice and shall remain In quaran
tine not lea than six day nor more
than 14. and th quarantine shall be at
khe discretion of the sheep inspector.
Th defense contend that th pro
vision does not discriminate against
Washington growers because an Oregon
sheep hav to b dipped one a year,
and whenever they are exposed to con-,
tagiou O-jease. Th grower from -th
northern state claim, however, that be
cause the -place-Of quarantine is left
to th discretion of tho Inspector, he
could nam any place in the stat and
place them to an expense that .would
ruin their Industry. They also claim
that ths only place wher th quaran
tine could take place at th point of
entering the state 1 wholly unfit for
quarantine purpose and that th sheep
would die for want of feed and water.
Judce Hail a v stated ia oourt that the
purpose of the law waa aolely to protect
sheep against infected aheep1 brought
in from Washington. Nevada ana Cali
fornia, and waa due to the fact that
Washington sheep are affected with
cable and had been plaoed oa th
ouarantln list ' Issued by Governor
Chamberlain May t.
H. C Bryaoa and Oscar Cain of Walla
Walla represent the plaintiffs, who own
about 20.000 sheep, and Judg HaUey
was assisted in ho aeiense oy van r.
Bmythe, secretary of th Oregon sheep
TAC0JIA GOING DBT
WITH A VEXGEACE
-. (SpwUi masateh te Tke Jeereal)
Taeoma, Wash.. Jun L To rliv
a serious water famine Tacoma city of
ficial are about to take and hold forci
ble possession of Crystal springs, south
of the city, despite the owner's warning
to keep off. Five well sunk on tho
prairie south of th- city have proven
total failure and new wells are being .
bored aa a forlorn hope. Should they
succeed. which I doubtful, th tlm
necessary to get them Into service will
see all th lawn ruined. -
COAL MINE BURNS
(Sseelal IMfBetaw ts Tke Jearssl.t '
' Vancouver, B. C, June L Fire ha
broken out at th Comoz mines, the big
working en Vancouver island known a
Na 4 slope. Th fir I reported to be
erlou. though information received
here 1 comparatively meagre. Water
la being pumped Into th mine and eon
slderable delay will result even if the
bias 1 speedily extinguished. Th da-
lay will greatly handloap shipping, al
ready severely curtailed by - reason of
th scarcity of coal. '
IS WHAT TOtm KTK8 ARB "DAILT
DEMANDING! OF YOU .
Tony eye tire fly.
,Tn mfy wtth perelartsat
Tea hav SnTJ, aearry patn tn
Zvaer ran hegsahssw
Tom aye warn
Ton ee floatUg speoka, . ...
Ton have to sqatat to look loely
M an hjeet. -
Th are ton of nature danger lg
nala which you must, either heed or
permanently Injur eyesight
J. D. Dubocli
. i ' Sueeeseo' to
Oregca 4 Pcrtlisd Cp'JciI Co.,
Orindlag plant oa premlsea
t. sr. o. a. rr--
BEGS FOR HELP
trmiam ' Thompson Ends Troubled
life tn fall at SpokaoV ; ,
. ' by Strlohnhte. ; s
, .. ; j
fgDsalsl tMessteh Tke Joersal.) I
Spokane, Wash,. Jun . J. William
Thompson, aged 14, a fir Insurance
solicitor, committed suicide ' today la
Jail by taking stryohnlne which he had
kept oneoeled In his shoe... He had
been arrested on complaint of . hi em
ployer, Edward C Arnold, of th Inland
Fir Insurance company, . who charged
petty laroenyv Thompson - poured the
powder into water and wallowed th
compound., - c -'--f 1 '
At th "first convulsion" he almost
Immediately begged medical attendance.
Dr. McCarty arrived In 10 minute, bat
Thompon died five minute after. -
Thompson waa arrested two month
ago for wlf beating and sentenced to
pay 1100 fine. In default he . went to
Jail. He and hi wife lived at a lodging-house
on Monroe street Tbev quar
reled a great deal. His wlf testified
against him." H was- vary despondent
after being released from Jail, but it 1
thought hi dlffloultle with hi com
pany drove him to th deed. .
Arnold absolutely refuee. to talk
about the ease. .t '
SEEKING BODY OF
(RoeeM ' DWsete t The JeeraaLI
L Flora, Or., jun I. A messenger ar
riving from th Chand Bond river
bring word that, th body of Arthur
Harrington, a young man 11 years of
age, who was drowned la th river Sun
day, eight mile above Troy - at th
Adam ford.' ha not yet been found.
Harrington was fording th river between
the Eden and Promise countries and
had almost reached the bank of the aid
of th latter when he tapped the horse's
head. Th animal reared and fell back
ward with him and then, being free.
warn to the opposite snore. Th father
of th unfortuaat youth wa watching
from th opposlt bank and ran for
rowboat He says hi son waa seen but
once, when he rose to tho surface. A
party of about to men hav been look
Ing for th body. .
ROUTE IN KLAMATH
(special Dtapetch to The Jearsal)
Klamath Falls. Or.. June 1. The
Klamath company, recently incorporat
ed, began operation May II by estab
lishing a new stage line over, a .route
entirely new in the matter of connec
tions made. It consists of th steamer
Klamath to Keno, stage from Keno to
Klamath Hot Springe, and stags thence
to Agar. The boat leave Klamath
Fall at 10:10 a. m, and th stage
arrive at Klamath Hot Springe at 4:10
p. m., where a stop overnight ia made,
continuing on - to Agar the next day.
Returning, the boat arrives at Klamath
Fall at 1:10 p. m. It Is now up to the
traveler to choose hi rout. Klamath
Hot Spring baa been a Mecca for Cali
fornia tourists and sportsmen for years
and ia a delightful summer resort --,
SPECIAL SALE OF
Sanitarjr Steel Davenports
Just the Thing for a Home With Limited Room. A. ;
. X A FINE DAVENPORTBY DAY. i: fj t
A MOST COMFORTABLE BED AT NIGHT.
- Special Sale Price 07 CA
This Week . , VioJ
Trust Store Price for the same article, $10.00. Why should
you pay mors than we ask? AH our prices are very much
lower than the prices of the Trust Stores, Come jn and con
vince yourself. Do not be humbugged by the fake adver
tisements of the Trust Stores, as we are ths only exclusive
Furniture Store. In the city of Portland not connected with
the Trust. Have you'Tead the papers about the investigation
of the Portland Furniture Trust by the Federal Grand Jury?
Indictments are soon to follow, and these grafters will r-:'
what they deserve. Patronize us and show your conter -for
the Trust. , y
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HE DOES c
Magnate Tells" Uses H8 11:
Pat Two Hundred zzl
; r Fmy Millions To. ;
, W taagest teaeed Wm.)
? Washington. ' June I. Jfi. - M. liar
rimaa'a recital of what good he ba
don; with th flJO.0O4.00O ; of stock
and bonds h ha floated line h
gained control of th Union Pacific an
Southern Pacific railroad I lb thetr .
of aa Interview with the financier pu -llshed
by WUllam S. Curtis. la t ,
Washington ' Evening Star. Th Arti
cle ey i)n part: , -
' "WhaF good: hav yea Son with the
proceed of tho I260.O00.OOO in bon&j
and stocks yea hav floated sine you
obtained control of the Union Peetr -aad
Southern Pacific railroad, systems T '
I asked. -, 1 . ,- , -1
" 1 hav reorganised and rebuilt ar '
reequlpped two ef th bfggest rallroa.
In th world. : altogether about lS.Oti
mile of track. replied Mr. Harrtmar
"When I commenced to reorganise t&
Union Pacific in 14f there was no -ree-aon
why any on of a dosen men houl
not hav don It, but nobody ., ls
seemed- to hav th nrra Th roa
wa practically a wreck. - I had bee.
five year in th hands ef a receive
and The time were so bad that It eoul
not earn enough to pay expense. J
hav since made a new road of It and t
promote economy and ' convenience ci
management and to benefit th stock
holders and th public I placed It in
eloae relation with th Southern Pa
cific, th Oregon Short Line, the Ore
gon" Railway Navigation company,
th Paclflo Mail Steamship line and
varlou other railway and steamship
line of lesser Importance. '
" 1 hav practically rebuilt Sheen aTL
hav opened a vast area of valuable con
tributing territory by building nearly
t.000 miles of saw road and hav Mto
miles additional under construction or
"Tn the Improvement, continued
Mr. Harrimaa, 1 hav spent 257,740,
700.' " . .
. Black Diamond Swept by Ptrn.
' fseeclaf Dtepeteb to The1 JosraaL)
Seattle, June V Fire that started in
a dwelling house today, swept the town
of Black Diamond, th location of th
Pacific Coast company' coal mine, 15
miles from Seattle, doing tSO.000 dam
age. The heaviest loser la th Paclflo
Coast company, building and took of
goods, llt.000. .
A Uw sUghtly
Zhrrla, Wheeler WUooa,
aad Whit Sewlaf
M. B. fOSas, SSS TaathiO.
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