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.' THE ."OREGON DAILY JOURNAL PORTLAND, "MONDAY "EVENING," JUNE " 3, 1807.
FEUD RESULT OF
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IF YOU WAST TO KNOW WHAT SrARTJA"
DEESSED MEST WILL WEAR THIS SEASOX
ASK BEN SELLING .
mil rule on
- Eastern Oregon Community
Attorney John, Logan Com
mends Texas System to
State Commission. ' ,
Is Divided Into -Two ;
' , ' Factions by Trial.
ENEMIES ATTEMPT TO
BELATED TRAINS BANE
OF TliAVELEB'S LIFE
100 SOU CAS
Every Farmer If Reqnlred to Take
Sldea and the Whole Section la
Xtent With fclsaenalon-HBIOodshed
(Special Dtaostea to Tbe Journal.) -
Baker City, June i.--MyeterloUa
murder of Wlllard Moody, If ollowed by
the aenaaMonai arrest an subsequent
exoneration of Alex Wlddowsov a sa
loonman of Pine, haa resulted In tha
division of Pine and Eagle valleya into
two warring faction between which a
aerloua clash la anticipated. Latest de
velopment In the feud atarted by the
murder of Moody la the circulation of
a petition tending- to oust Wlddowson
and hla partner Burn from the aaloon
bualneaa In Pine. Rv.rv r,rmr , In
4Va two valley ta being forced to take,
UajFTtma. aide or the other in the fight j
ana tna line are being eherply drawn.
During. the trial of Wlddowson . for
the murder of Moody mora animosity
waa engendered than in any similar
case on record in eastern Oregon. At
torneya for both side dragged. to light
skeletons which had long lain burled
In family closets and brother was lined
up against alster, father against eon
and lover against sweetheart
Personal feelings were not spared
and the probing of the lawyers re
vived aeaadal supposed to have
paaaed out or the memory of everyone
yeara before. Records of gun fight
era, feudiata and duelers were aired
tor publla gase; marriages, divorcee,
love matches and disappointments were
all 'dragged out
Aa result of thta course, the brutality
f the murder and the flimsy case pre
sented against Widdowaon, only the
And You Can't Tell Where One la on
Southern Pacific Till Yon See It
Coming -Stlnglneaa , Makes Aocl
dent EaaC Oregon! Complaint.
bitterest - -enmltr resulted and
threats were heard whispered an averr eommlaetonera to the conditions
aide. , I trains coming from Jong distances.
. (Special IHipatCk to Tbe Journal.)
Salem, June t. Attorney John Logan
of Portland has filed complaint with
the etite railway commission relative
to the poor train service maintained on
the Southern Pacific between Salem and
Portland. In hla communication he re
cites inconveniences Under which he
waa placed during a recent profeaalonal
visit to Salem by reason of the north
bound train from California being sev
eral hour lata, Ha atatea that be waa
informed by the operator here that the
drat definite notice an which the latter
could baa a positive announcement of
the train's arrival would be given from
Turner, eight mllea aouth of Salem.
Logan auggeata to the railway com
mission that the euatom prevalent In
Texaa of calling late trains "wild" ahonld
be taken up in Oregon and that a atub
train , service ahould be maintained
northward from Roseburg and west
ward from Pendleton.
Itoraralaa. rawer Aacldemta.
"The railroad companlea owe this to
tha public," aaye Logan. "aa they make
no deduction In their farea or accom
modatlons when - they give what la
worse than no service at all under the
present conditions. It. would cost the
railroad companies but little mora and
would save them and the traveling pub
lic the possibility or many Xearful and
expensive accident in the rldlculou
effort to make up time lost by belated
He call the attention of the railway
Henry Moody, brother of the mur-1 wTilch day coachea are nauseating and
dered man. who waa the In t I gator of offensive, particularly In aummer. He
the prosecution of wlddowson, waa
one of the bitterest agalnat the
loonman. Hla wrath was fanned to a
white heat by the grilling of the at
torney ror the defense, who forced him
to admit upon the wltoese stand that
he had talked with spirit before hi
suspicions agalnat Wlddowson , were,
Bloody leads Claa.
say railway should be condemned for
their reprehensible conduct when they
not only do not keep schedule time but
crowd people into offensive smelling
and lu-vent lit ted cars.
Saet O rages nippers Complain.
Another complaint filed with the
railway com ml salon Is from people liv
ing on the Heppner branch of the O. R.
Ac N. and more especially from shippers
While the men who are working j Heppner, Lexington and lone. Ex-
against Wlddowson and Burns are do
ing bo very quietly Moody does not
conceal the fart that he la chief among
them and he la the recognised leader
of the antl-Wldowson clan. There haa
been no- personal clash Between tne
leaders of the factions aince the trial.
ports of wool from that section amount
to 1,000.00 pound and wheat to 1.000,
000 bushel annually and large number
of aheep, horse and cattle, and nip
pers request that the commission pro
cure an equitable rate from these
VMlfnt tA PnrtlttnH ThA tpa.it ma
hut the more peaceable residents pi from Portland to Heppner is 'Is centa "
the community rear, tne results snouia er hundred for a distance of 118 miles.
such a meeting take place. Both are iwhJcn j, tjf.centa higher than in 10
fearless men of the Interior and nyj and higher than from Portland . ta Pea-
eacn other witn an minsiiy-ni w-r neton or Irrigon-or Wallula, Washing-
, , poaes evu. . ion.
. V When tha criaja is reacneo. ana n is
not far distant there la almost a cer-
SSn"rof "blobbed" The Wddowson INCIDENT IN' SEASIDE
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YOUR SPRING SUIT
IF BOUGHT HERE WILL HAVE BEEN
DLSIGNLD BY ARTISTS
TAILORED BY EXPERTS
SUPERBLY FINISHED "
It will cost you no more than the
ordinary suit bought elsewhere,
and you will have the satisfaction
of knowing that "you arc properly attired.
OUR JUVENILE, APPAREX
Made with the same care and 1
attention to detail as the men's. '
trial nrnve.1 that a majority or tne
' men of the valleya carry aruna and are
. not afraid' to use them when oocaalon
v demanda. . .
LOCAL OPTION FIGHT
fScMda! DifMteh to The JnamLl
Astoria, Or.. June I. A suit waa filed
i I I Saturday in the circuit court by C 4.1
I fturtlH.' UtArn fnr n O rn.rlr ,Qln.f
AV1LL 1)E VOmiLJSnU truataaa of Nekanl-
"" ft v I cordlna to the complaint Clarke leased
(Journal MeJa1 Berries.) . I the hall May 17 from the defendant
Chicago, June Development or aiIor- th, nllAt 0f June 1 and oaldl
. . a. Ann AlAMeaA AAIM. a . . . - 1
pian io cemem .wv r i tne rent la advance, price, it la
OUT OF SCHOOL
Large Class Will Go Out of
Corrallis Public Schools
(Bneefal Dtsoateh ta Tka Ioarn.1
Corvallls, Or., June 1. Another class
of bright young fraduatea will receive
' panlea of the United Btatea and Canada aJlead, went back on hla contract and
into one aiaantle oranlsatlon la e-rente(j the na to K-v G Housell
pectea to follow tne gatnenns; nem iw- of jj,, Methodist church. The com
.morrow or l.uwo managers n plaint altered thatAby reason of the
dents of the mteresieo companies. u premlsea the plalnflff was prevented
convention will be in aesslon three days ltrom u,tng the haU for a public meet-
at tne Auauonum ni- . , "f. I ln that had been duly advertised to I diploma from the Corvallls public
a;aie nYf mir-w, ... - tsjte piace, ana asxea damages in theiacnooia Thursday evening. The com-
and It la expected that by tomorrow i,um Mi including rent and cost 1 mencement exercises will take place In
morning there will -be on hand repra- inil aisbursementa of the suit-and for the opera house Thursday eveninr. Ruth
; aenUtlvea of win 7,u oonpamw ln injunctloa witMlnlnr the defend- Corbett will deliver the class prophecy
. uviii uuniun. ... -v . - - r"--r-1 anis irom leasing me oau to any otnerixor xna nmtn graoe. cecUe Rowland is
nanng an sel - persons tnan piainurr. raiedictorUn. Mayor George Lilly will
amounting to I3S0 000.000. - . In the absence of Judge McBrida, present lae diplomas.
- . Long-dlatance telephone linea through- county Judge Trenchard granted the For the eighth grade class Earl Har-
out the country, flvlng un injunction asked for, pending the hear- ria la aalutatorlan and El.le Vincent U
servics w rar. " nt" " "f or tne ease. Hnerin romeroy went claaa prophet, fluperlntendent O. W.
ru-nrS-aw th. action l0LBAa"??-.l0-"'ry? ln,?n3unc ,on-. P" the dlplomaa
- - ... . , I im local opuon coniesi i eeasiae l ulls srrade.
iot oonnoumuun w.... 1 will DC decided Dv a vote of th Deonle Th. fnllln I. . n. .. -
i-l.na I , . . - . . I - " . vfc KIWI1
Two More Days of the
pendent telephones in
with 200,000, ia aecond.
today. Tha suit -waa incident to the
KEHEAMNG IN FRUIT
(Bpeelal rrtapateh te Tha Joaraal.) r
Olympia, Wash., June 3- A petition
for rehearing haa been filed with the
clerk of the supreme curt in the Skagit
county case, wherein the aupreme court
invalidated the appointment of county
fruit inspectors and other officials here
tofore appointed by the boards of county
: 'commissioners. ' It is understood that
'the attorney-general's office, is behind
the move for a rehearing. It ia not be
lieved the court will reverse Its de
cision, but tha attorney-general hopea
to have the former opinion elucidated
somewhat to clear up certain doubtful
: questions that have arisen as a result
Harsh physics . react, weaken the
bowels." cause, chronic constipation.
Doan's Regulets operate easily, tone the
siomacn, cure constipation, zoc. abk
your druggist for them. v.
Back to the Coast Artillery.
(Special Olapateh to The Joaraal) .
Astoria, Or., June J. First Lieutenant
Cooper has received orders from tha war
department reassigning him to duty
wlxawThe Ninety-third coast artillery
apany, stationed at Fort Stevens, v -
Outs, Beratehes, Brnlsea, Sealed by
"TUB XOUBXXOX.X SVBOEOV."
Druggists refund money If Dr. Porter's
Antiseptic Healing Oil fails. 25c
SPRINKLING CART TO
LAY EUGENE'S DUST
('pedal Dlapafaft to Tb JooniaL)
Eugene, Or., June S. Tha city coun
cil has let the contract for sprinkling
Eugene's - streets to F. P. Close and
A. 8. Powera for 120 per month per
block in the business district and SS
per. month per block in -the residence
districts. The sprinkling matter, which
has been a source of great annoyance
for the past two months, ia thus finally
settled, ror several weeks tUere waa
no- sprinkling at all, aa .some of the
business men refused to pay for the
work. An ordinance taxing the cost to
the property owners waa finally passed
and the streets are now sprinkled regu
; Mra. Miller of Astoria Dead.
, "pelal Dlapatch ta The Jnnrnal.1
Astoria, Or:,, June 3. Mra Cellta
Nota Miller, wife of William Miller, the
contractor, is dead after a long nines
of consumption. : Funeral services will
be held this afternoon,: with interment
in Greenwood cemetery. "
' ' THE POLICYHOLDERS 'COMPANY s
HOME OFFICE SIXTH ANDANKENY STREETS, PORTLAND .
A. I MILLS.
CLARENCE! B'. SAMUEL.
uates from the two grades, many rf
whom will .. enter 'Oregon Agriculture
college this rairr
Eighth grade; February class Lizzie
Buchanan, waiter Burnap, Oaylord r el-
ton. Earl Harrla, Frank Hout, ElmV
Johnson, Adella King, Chester Laf forty,
Mary Leonard. Max Miller, Edna Strong. !
Earl Wlthyeombe. June class Noca l
Wlnnlford, Ferd Cato, Clifford Harmou,
Harry Cooper, Oartrude Lilly, Dunell
Davis, Robert Harper, Leon Flett, Mor
ria Mallow, Brook Huklll, Roscoa Tar
tar, Deane Holllster, Mildred. Bodle,
, Ninth Orade; February class Harry
Belknap, A. J. Fuller, Roy Ointher, Ho
tel Kyle, Gertrude Nolan,. Elmer Thom
son. June class Ruth Corbett, Earl
Heckart, Virgil Avery, Belva Pierce, j
cecue Rowland. Wallace Walton, Luoy
King, . Jean Kent, Ruby Rice, Madge
Aatiby, Hasel Baker, Walter Btlmson.
Bertha Tllson, Wells Oviatt, Beatri.-e
Austin, Maio Keady.
TREASURE STATE'S .
' PROSPERITY SIGNS
' (Special Dlapateh to The Journal.) ,
Helena, Mont,. June 2. Reports for
the quarter by various federal and etate
officials, made public June U ahow that
Montana la enjoying unparalleled pros
perity. ' The receipts of the office of I
Secretary - of Stat Toder amount to
119.043, the largest in the history of the
department. These represent the filing
xeea or new corporations, , while those j
reported fronr State Auditor Cunning
hams office, ..the. fees and premium
or insurance companies for the quarter,
amounted i to 138,000. Receipts of the
state land office for May amounted to
$2.000, which standa unprecedented for I
a similar period. Receipts of gold ani
sliver at the United States assay office I
for the month were (127.000. a remark
able showing considering the late spring
and unprecedented fall, which prevented
operations in the mining sections. The
monthly report of the state treasurer j
shows reaouroea of 12,088,000, of which
8867,000 la cash and the balance bond
I take it that a majority of the homes in Portland are brighter today because of the possession of one of these
, handsome paintings. Yet there are a great many of you who have not yet procured yours. All day Tues
day and up till 6 o'clock Wednesday night WE ARfe GOING TO GIVE THESE PICTURES AWAY.
Now, bear in mind Wednesday night. THERE IS ONE HERE WAITING FOR YOU, BUT YOU I
MUST CLAIM IT TUESDAY OR WEDNESDAY. You've seen these pictures, and you know what they
are. The finished workmanship of a master artist. I only want those to have these pictures who can ap
preciate them. That's why I give them with the sale checks. Otherwise they are as free as the air. Now,
when you come down Tuesday or Wednesday, don't leave your sale checks at home. Bring them with you.
I want you to have one of these paintings. I'm proud to give them. You will feel pride in owning one. RE
MEMBER, THE LAST PICTURE IS GIVEN WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT SIX O'CLOCK.
iDeputy Claajc In Clataop. -
Astoria, Or.. June S.- Edgar d. Gear-
hart haa been appointed a deputy in,
County Clerk Cllnton'a office, vlea A- B. I
v -; - Mft U
Our $2.25 and our $2.50 White Summet Waists" at $1.35. ' These waists are all
made of the most desirable fabrics. They come in very fancy or quite plain effects,"
as you prefer. But each and every waist is a distinct offering of a whole lot of
' value for a very little money.
TO MAKE THINGS IHIM AROUND HERE TUESDAY,
' WE ARC GOING TO OffER TIIISs
Those fine, seasonable Union Linen Box-Coat Suits in White,
and they combine everything, in the suit that is desirable for;
summer wear. They are the $7.50 suits. They will move
pretty quick Tuesday at .V. . -
Have you seen those new and fetching White Serge Box Coats at $16.50? To see
one of them is to want to possess one.
Tie J. E
I have a' ereat manv thinsrs
si -i :'Af Ifeoing jt0 siy to yousoon: - -
Yoawill like Portland l;tr:r
when you've seen c 1 : - .
Daiity, resigned. ", ; : -