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THE OREGON t DAILY . JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 8,' 1S07.
1975 for decorations; 1800 for-, nub
llolty. and 1760 for 'office and inci
Cash amounting to J1.880 will be
f riven In prises for the finest float,
n addition to f 1,260 In trophy prlaea.
One hundred and eight-five lodges In
uniform and loo nower-ieaenea .auto
mobiles -will be In line. - Five bands
of IS pieces each will participate.
ThOM who wiah to compete for prises
can obtain full, information and the
necessry blanks at fiesta headquar
ters in ins Bwetiana Dunning. .
Various societies' and Individuals
during fiesta will give affairs of all
kinds. v from baseball , between doctors
Fiesta Committees Declare
That Business Men 3Iust
Subscribe an Additional
Thousand to Make Event
! Grcatcstof Its Kind. -i
5 Affairs of the Boss Show and Fiesta
" took on definite shape at the nesting
f committees .in the chamber of com
' meres . rooms last evening. Cash on
hand amounting to"IB.S0 was reported
W .?tl was authorised to be spent
the extra ll.OOe ; needed to be raised
iroong business men of he city. ; The
-money waa divided, J00 ror paraae
11.000 for rose show; 700 for music
and lawyers by artificial light at night
dances ana omners in tne open air
amid banks or roses.
' "' ' '' " ' '' "?
MONSTER PARAS ITE
REMOVED FROM THE
iSYSTEM OF MRS.
VIOLA MERCY. f
"V JawaaMsM '
Due to Fer-Don's
V -. .3 r: i ' i '. yv' ,','''5.. J ' ' 1
. .,.' (." "e ' ' l ' .. .'"
Many Other Remarkable
Cures the Result of the
Treatment of the Fer-Don
Medical Experts in Grand
Theatre Building. ?
Those entering tha contest for ptrsde
prises must sign blanks designating
which class, A or B. .they desire to
tnmnta tn rw unw tn abide bv rules.
All class A prises are cash: class B
prises are trophies; .,...:..
Bnl1narn it Hat f all.nrlEAS!
Clsss A All-Oregon float (Portland
not to compete), first 1260, second 1160,
third 1100: fraternal society float, first
tioo. second 176: Push club, Portland
and suburbs, first f 100, second $76
antnmnhlla tmirlns?. Car. first 1100. seC'
ond 176.' automobile runabout, first 185,
second 166; tailyho, four or more
and team, first f 75, second 160; special
feature float or venicie, xirst ivu, sec-
end 176; trade float, first 1100, second
Class uAUiomoDUe touring car; au
tomobile runabout:. tailyho, four or
more horses: carriage and pair: pony,
carriage and pair: borse ana ouggy
horse and cart: pony and cart, . four
wheels; pony and cart, two wheels; sad
dle horses, couple; saddle horses, tan
dem; saddle ponies, couple; saddle po
nies, tandem; saddle pony; oicycia
Best decorated city block, both sides
or street, rirst pnss, viuu; second, iv.
.Best decorated building, first, 1 160;
Best decorated store front, first, 1100;
second, $60. ' -
Best decorated window, first, 176; sec
ond, $60. ' . .
svr achool children's narade. five solid
liver cups; for schools making best ap
pearance. ' , . ...
. Parade rules and regulations are:
Nothing of ail advertising character
will be allowed in the parade unless it
Is a creation of flowers. r
No contestant can enter the same ve
hicle, horse, pony or rioat, in competition
for more than one prise. ; .
Each 'and 'every contestant for orlse
honors will be assigned to a position in
the parade and -must be at. the point
desla-nated by the parade committee
at 1:20 o'clock ahara.
The Judges awarding prlsea win re
view the pageant in its entirety . from
different plaoes along the route, and
mark noints of merit which are to be
compared when the awarding committee
The peristyle at the Lewis and Clark
fair grounds will be the grand review
ing stand berore wnicn au contestants
for prise honors must pass for Judgment
before disbanding the parade.
After passing the grandstand ins en
tire parade will be arranged in semi
circle at the court of honor and sunken
aardtna. where a historical photograph
will be taken the Government building
and Guild's lake forming a picturesque
The luda-ea will score points favoring
decorations of natural flowers over the
artificial ones. - . -
That the lirhtin effects win ibe a
suceeas is assured By the following let
ter, which also - shows how firms of
Portland are taking hold and doing all
in their cower to make fiesta the great
est thing of Its kind ever known on the
"Portland, Or., June Mr." S3. W.
Rowe, President Rose Carnival and F1
est, 120 Swetland Building, City -Dear
Bin Confirming my telephonic commu
nication of this afternoon, I bee to say.
that the Portland Railway, Light &
Power- company stands ready1 to assist
the rose carnival with illumination at
.-'V'. .'f ft, yt .f v
A '! I "
. y .".-t... . .jf . . . . ' .
the Forestry building, in any way with
1 in Its. power, absolutely free of charge.
'-Mr. Biaaen was out inert mis arter
I noon with you and he Is Instructed to
proceed with the work of placing the
streamers in the building. If there Is
anything further whlfth we can do for
i ycu, m trust mat you win not nesuaie
to cau .upon us. xours very truiy,
"x: u. hiiuu), uenerai Manager."
AOVE ORCHARD SPY I
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i. (Continued from Pag One.)
At ter Receiving Xoy to. .City
From 3Iayor Lane - Rural
Letter Carriers Discussed
Good Roads, Salaries, Ben
efits and Other Matters.
Delegates to the annual convention, 'of
tha Oregon -tural Letter-Carriers as
sociation were riven the keys of Port
land by Mayor Harry Lane when they
convened .this morning at tha Commer
cial club. 1 Then the members got down
to work and dlscusled the problems
they meet in their dally work.
All the tnomlnf was taken ud In the
discussion of good roads, salaries, oene
fits and other topics mat lie close to
ances of the coal miners?" asked Rich
'Nothing., answered Orchard frankly.
' "What interest had tha western Fed-I
eratlon?" . , : -
"'Non." i'i'i, .
"Don't you know that Gregory was not
on the' stand in the cases against the
union coal miners?" ... -
"No. I. onlv know that Fettlbone told
me 'he .wanted -to get Gregory because
ne was against the union men. '
Orchard aspires to be an author, for.
not minting to oiners,, ne
be his own biographer. ' t .'
' . Vrlttaa; Itwy f .:Xlf;
' "For a year I have been
the sto?y of my- life." - he answered
Richardson, . "I. have rewritten It many
times so as to be -sure It Included all
t ,. in it i ii
ropofl to ;,l ;:iy V m
at work on '-" J i
SiSKT. ' raJJa'aoVionl "wKn Street : Committee . Will Con
vona ana reiuoone. , ve jireparea i l - ' . - v
siaer. cwer ana ,j(oauway
Improvements , and.Con
VV M VWVU MM.K?V SM ;,a6,
taSS ; f oughfares; Affected. ,
K. P, Loop. McMlnnvllle, ; Oregon,
President Rural Letter , Carriers'
Association. A; ..,i'::'tV .
, , ,, .... ;
Among , the many who have, been
i'beneItea by : tha work of the Fer-Don
Medical Experts, .who have off ices at
8624 Washington atreet, none have
- .'more reason to be thankful for a com
plete restoration to health than Mrs.
-Viola , Mercy. . This . lady had long
. .suffered with a complication -of . ail-
: ments which had baffled several phy
. an examination by the medical experts,
'that she had a tapeworm, doubted, hut
on being given one dose of the peculiar
. i remedy which is used In
,. , expelled from her system lit less than
, 'four hours a monster parasite, or tape
fWorm, over 70, feet in length.; In apeak
' lng Of the case Mrs. Mercy said: I
' have been suffering for a long time.
yfty nights were sleepless, the least ex
ertlon tired me and I lacked ambition;
' i 'had sharp pains in my ckVTlly
, spell and. black spots before my eyes.
Also . my appetite was Irregular and
'there was a thick coating always on my
tongue; When X heard of the Fer-Don
Medical Experts I thought it would be
'. worth tar while to try them anyway,
J v and I am glad to say that results have
proven Ifto bea wise action on my
park for I have found the cause of all
vay suffering.' have gotten rid of rt and
am feeling almost well already."
, Cases like this seem to be a dally
.4 occurrence with ; the Fer-Don Medical
f(. Experta A visit to their office re-
, -vealed the fact that they are doing , a
' good work in Portland. Rich and poor
' " eat side by, side in the!. offices await-
v lng their opportunity to receive , con
: saltation and treatment, and 'on all
- sides -was expressed complete natlsfac
. V Won y those who had begun treatment
, and complete confidence for those who
were ' making their first visit.
The remarkable demonstrations made
nightly by Fer-Don at his . free show
, ... grounds, Williams avenue and Knott
; street, are attracting widespread atten
tion. Three thouaand people last night
- witnessed the application of some
- secret preparation of the Medical Ex
perts which baa the. power' .of restoring
hearing la about three minutea. Julius
' Rothchild, (21 Kingman street, deaf for
.seven years tn f the, left' ear, wasv so
reaUy benefited that he heard a-whis-per.
snd when Fer-Don etopd a distance
" of 50' feet away Mrr Rothchild plainly
beard him speak In aa ordinary tone.
1 Bo pleased was he that he told the peo
ple "that although lie had tried several
. doctors, never until now had tie received
." any: benefit' whatever.-.-v;KV-ry-i'
Mrs. Johnson. V Division street, was
tera saw Haywood, and told him of the
arrest of Moyer at Telluride.
The Question of the killing of Pea-
body came up at : headquarters, ' Hay
wood, accoraina to urcnara. telling mm
he must kill the governor. , He said
Haywood told him he ought to kill him
with a shotgun. 1 . '
He spent a week trying to land Pea-
Doay. - tie could not say wny tne op
portunity did not present itself, as the
a-overnor waa attenaina- receDtions.
A week later urcnara. went to urippie
Creek to get Steve Adams to help .him
do the Job. He knew Adams only slight
ly, he said, and denied absolutely that
ne and Adams had been close friends
Adams came to Denver, he paying his
sxpenses with money furnished by Hi
wood. . - '- "
. , xius Zyt Gregory. .
Pettlbona -told r him to abandon his
attempt on Pea body until the executive
board adjourned and .suggested that .'.he
kui -iyte urea-onr. we-had never' seen
Gregory before, but knew all about him.
The nronoaltinn waa. nut to him at 4
o'clock in the afternoon and the killing
was accompiisnea peiore mianignt.
wnen anicea ir ne neeaea - neap 10
kill Peabody, he could not explain, more
tnan as am not - want . to ao the iod
alone.. He arot a : coUDle of shotmns
jdra. Mercy, wnen toia rter I irom t-ettiDone to ao tne jod witn, out
Save up tne snoigun, Decause ne xearea
lscovery, and then decided to resort
to a bomb to remove Peabody. -
He got $100, after filing, from Hay-
such' eases I woo& but- later corrected and said . he
bui it i rum rwua, avrm jniynara-
How long did Foster MUlburn stay
in Denver after killing Gregory?"
KUlbvxB With Xlm." ' i
'Millburn is the man you've been
claiming was Mlldrin who you say was
with you when you did the killing, isn't
her : .
The wuness hesitated a moment and
finally said possibly he ' was the same
man and that he stayed some time in
Denver. . , .'' ' 4-.:
you have written and rewritten your1
statements maae on your direct ex&min
atlon many times, have you not?"
- nave. - . -.i.
"And when Hawley told you to re
sume in narrative form your story he
had reference to what you 'had written
ana . wnat tie haa read, did he not?"
"I don't know. ,?; I have written the
story of my - life. I began it a, year
ago. . I went over it time end time
again so - as - to have it properly
Did JTot Changs STtory.
The witness then' denied .that he
changed the atoTy- on the suggestion
of Detective McParland or that it had
been chana-ed so that Mover. Havwood
Pettibone and Slmpkins would be im
plicated in his crimes.
He admitted telling Eimpklns that If
tsteunenoerg naa not Deen instrumental
in driving him out of the Coeur d'AIene
be would be a rich man, as all his for
mer partners - were now rich. Ques
tionlna- along this ' line. the Independ
ence explosion was resumed, Richard
son ' trying to get the witness to tell
lust who ne saw in tne CriDDle Creek
aistrict wnen . ne reiurnea in oraer to
call them in rebuttal. He named half
a dosen men that he saw,, out absolute
ly denied seeing either the mineowners
or-the latter's detoctivea
" He , admitted helping John i Neville
burn up his saloon to collect the in
surance and get money for a prospect
ing trln after exDlodinr the mine un
der the depot He was still on the
independence matter when - court ad
journed for the day. ' . ""v
GENERAL BOOTH TO
VISIT QUEBEC ARMY
(Journal Special Senrlee.)
Seattle. Waeh Juns a General
William Booth, head of the Salvation
Army,- arrived from the orient on the
steamer Minnesota renterdav and left
'lollghted to find he, could hear again VVKT lu tor wueoec.-
,rtr one application, and declared : her 1 , Monday positively the last day ot dls-'
t. varU.g to be much Improved, t ,. Jount of west side cae-bUla, - .
the hearts of the rural carrlera Many
visitors were present during the. ses
sion, including D. M. BrodecV, ln charge
of special events at the Oaks, who gave
the delegates paases to the amusement
park and a cordial invitation to attend
this afternoon. George Royer, secretary
of the Mitchell. Lewis sc Staver aom-
pany, donated a box of cigars to the
carriers and haa arranged a visit for
them to i the company's warehouses.
This afternoon's session will be taken
up with the election of officers, speeches
and discussions. Among - those wno
have - been Invited to speak., are Gov-
In hahk form."
.'I ' suppose Detective Mcranana nae
em tea your worK-uggesisa wom you
should include or omiti' ' "- r
No. he has not; it i was my own i .,tki , mt
toryt" no -one. else has helped ma" SirUCUOU lilSl 01 lUOr
f or just .a moment tiicnaraaon
touched the motive for the Mssasslna
tlnn of Iteunenberaf. calculatlna to ln
sinuate that Orchard waa actuated by
ffTl0VIIl aAvMUV Rt" W m I '" ' " ' MMMMMM-MB ' '
KOYVritOr,' Mi,' .. ..... ...
"Did you npt teirJack Slmpkins that
if It had not Deen lor uteunenoerg you
could have been richT asked Richaiu
son. " " ' i
"I did not answered Orchard." '
"Did vnu not tell filmnklns that you
had . - been driven out of the - Coeur
d'Alenes by Steunenberg; and that all
your partners were rtohr' ; - j
V- . r Murderer's , Partners ; Bloh.
"I told him all my partners were
rich, but I did not say I had been driven
Bide were opened .by ..the executive
board yesterday afternoon, for the con
struction of sewers and ; roadway im
provements ., for- fourteen city ' streets
and ' all but one - were " referred to , the
street committee for consideration. The
one rejected 'was for Nebraska street
and contained no signature although a
certified check hearinc tha name of W.
Mr. .Richardson quickly vnaraea oac tt PatUron accompanied the tender.
' , 1
1 lull, au v a aau aiww
out,", said Orchan.
Mr. Richardson a
Crlnnla r!reek and 1804.
Mr. Richardson endeavored to show
that there was no act of violence In
Cripple Creek from the explosion In the
Vindicator mine late In 1001 up to the
time of the convention of the Western
Forfar tlnn in June. 104.
-"As a matter of fact there was more
violence in Denver by thieves during
the time than there was by miners in
Clippie Creek. . was there not?" asked
Richardson. ,- r '. A , f . '
'Yea. there was, out no more tnan
usual," said Orchard.
"Is It not a fact that men were being
robbed every night tn Denver r
i tnina so.- , i , :
Waa Too reaoefuL
"At the tlma of the convention at
Denver in Juna 1004. dld you not pro
pose to pull something off so they
would keep the rallltla up at Cripple
Creek? Wasn't it too peaceful to suit
"I sooke to Davis and Easterly about
doing something, but not , because I
wanted the mllltla retained. Davis and
Parker talked to me about blowing up
the Independence , depot back In the
"When thev ure-ed vou to blow UD
the depot you .were having dally talks
.1.1. O .. a o..lln vmi
Willi !9.Vlb SHU DWIUM n V ww mw.,
asked Richardson. . ,:.,.
"v." mm orenara.-
."And you went to A.' E. Carleton,
(resident of the Mineowners sssocla-
ion. didn't your
"And Nelson Franklin, ex-presldent.
did you notr'
at rire to Saloon.
Orchard said a day or two before the
Independence depot explosion he set fire
to Johnny Neville's saloon, using "Pet
tibone done" to collect the Insurance.
Neville gave him $100. he said, out of
the jeuo, wnicn ne proiitea. ,
Mr. Richardson tried to show mat nis
reason for leaving Cripple Creek was
not fear of arrest for the Independence!
depot exploit, but apprehension because I
cWd'pSrel.t.d I, howJvthat h; h&m9nmlt1 i
because he waa afraid of arrest for ""5?"'n this taoralna ... .
dynamiting the depot Again Mr. Rich'
Certain portions of the street are
to be improved lit various ways with
hard pavement, stone , and ' dirt The
streets for which bids were submitted
are: - .-
East Twenty-fifth street O'Neill A
Co.. $2,691.11: Gteblsoh Joplin. II.
127.9$; Conorete Construction company,
f2,S46.62. - -,' . '
East Twenty-third street Concrete
t;onstruction company, fs.siu.vs; vie
blsch A Joplin, $$,614.10; O'Neill Co.,
$3,604.88. - 1...
- Nebraska - street W. ' H. Patterson,
$4,060 (rejected for not being signed).
Blandena street Charles E. Pottage,
$6,684.25 ; John Keating, $6. 804.$ J.
East Twenty-second street O'Neill A
Co., $4,708.28! concrete construction
company, $4,411.11; Qleblsch Joplin,
East Twenty-fourth street O'Neill Sk
Co., $$,$$$.06; Gleblsch eV Joplin, $3,-
484. 1, Concrete Construction company,
Lexington avenue Keenan Brothers.
Belmont street Conorete Construe
tlln company, $3,184.$0. .
Leo avenue Keeaan . Brothers, $$,-
I62.15. - :- - ' ,
Nelsoa street O'Neill CO- $4.Blg.-
II. llhl.H a JTnnlln tl .
East ..Washington from East Sixth to
East EighUi Paclfio Bridge' company,
t Following were the bids submitted
for the constructlln of sewers:
Elisabeth street George -Gordon.
$60$; E. T. Johnson, $586.10. . ' v i
East Eighteenth street George Gor
don. $79 60; O'Neill Co, $$!$.$$.
East Taylor street George Gordon.
$1,0$0.60. f , v , ; '
1 LIQUOR; 3IEN
(Continued front Page Ona) .
J. H. Golns, Albany, Oregon, Secre
tary-Treasurer v Rural : Letter ; Car
rlers' Association. ' - -
ernor George H. Chamberlain. Postmas
ter John W. Minto, senator m, a. hau
ler. Tom RlchardBon, W, F, Brock and
Postoffice Inspector E. C. Clement, ;
The delegates : met at me imperial
hotel last night and adopted a consti
tution and set of by-tawa The follow
ing commitees were appointed - last
Resolutions H, M. cumming tcnair-
man), J. E. Holt, W, H, Boyd and JC 1
T1AuditlnawA. Parker chairman). B.' B.
Cornett and William B.i Eoerhart. ,
The officers of ene association are;
President. K. P. Loop, McMlnnvllle;
first -vice-president, W.-H.Beyd Bea-
verton; second vice-presiaenv m. a.
Grant, Dallas; secretary-treasurer. J.. H.
(Joins. Dallas: organizer; J, H. Schram,
Cleone; National deleeate, J. H Golns,
Albany; alternate, rans .raxoerger.
R a,'. Allen'of Bilverton. James 8. Al
berts of Salem and A. Parker of Inde
pendence compose the executive com
mittee. f..,.)!,vv., Vi,M!;.i.-
The association maintains a funeral
benefit fund and has for its purposes
fraternal conditions and to Study .and
secure improvements In the service.
This evening the city carriers wilt be
the guests of the rural carriers at the
Commercial clUDrooms. -
(Continue from Page One.)
ardson digressed suddenly In the effort
to erusn urcnara. v
"You have sent money to yonr first
wife - since you have been In Jail,
haven t your- ne asKeo.,' ,
"Tea" said Orchard. ' h
."Wjiere did you get ItT .
Sold SU Jrwslry.
"The liauor dealers will observe the
law when they know what the law re
quires," said this man. "No one,- nei
ther Mr. Manning nor anyone else, will
be more prompt In bringing to book any
member of the association who .violates
the law than will the association itaelf.
But first it would Mke to knew what
the law is. It Is believed by the liquor
Interests that the provision of thecbar-
declde the question as speedily as pos
"If It Is decided by the courts that
there Is a law covering tne eunnay clos
ing of saloons In Portland, and -If the
charter provision Is Illegal or not Dina
ing, then the saloons of Portland will
nhwrv thft letter and snlHt of the law
It will make no difference whether the
otner provisions - or tne ouuuiriuaiui
law affwctlng other forms 'of amus-
m.nt ami hiialnflBH be enforced Or. 10t,
the saloons will bow ( to the law and
make no resistance. t :. , '
.- . .. ,. Will Ask. fo a Tote.
"On' tha othes hand, if the courts de
cide that there is no law covering nun
day , closing in Portland, then the liquor
interests in rortiana. . win bbk mo cuy
council to submit the question of -Sunday
closing to tha people st .the first
opportunity, ir It is decided mat a
sneclal election Is necessary to validate
the bond Issues, - the council will be
asked i to - submit the Sunday-closing
question ' at ' that election. If 00 spe
cial election' Is held, the matter will be
set over until the next election at which
the people of Portland will have an op
portunity to vtfia t The .voice oOthe
people will be the .final' arbiter, so far
as the saloon interests are concerned."
V, 2Sffect to Be rex-aohlBgv
. Char Us- Klrchnev; president of the
Retail Liquor Dealers' association,
agree with the plan of the wholesale
dealera He states that the power of
the district attorney, in Portland will
be Seated as soon as possible. -If It is
decided by the courts that the state
law applies to Portland,-then the deal
ers will' observe it provisions without
further agitation. . ' "
The 'far-reaching effect of Mr. Man-
nlna-'s "decision to enforce the Sunday
closing law is jusi oeginning to oe un
derstood. It reaches to such plsces as
the Claremont tavern, the Twelve-Mile
house and other establishments of tmi
lar natura It puts the ban on these
cafes and restaurants where liquid re
freshraents that inebriate are sold. In
short, extends to every place where
liquor is furnished for a money con.
sideratlon, and, under this construction
may even arv up tne Arlington and
Commercial clubs during; the Sabbath
oay. ,, , i . . - . , v ..:
Monday positively the last day of dls
count or west siae gas mils.
BOILED TO DEAT1T ,
, . IN MOLTEN COPPER
V;.'1'.:. s ''v
(Speelal Pttpetcfe to The Journal.) .
Great Falla Mont. June $. The
breaking of a chain in the Boston A
Montana smelters released a molten
mass of copper on the floor, into which
Peter J. McCallum fell while trying to
escape, cooking mm to aeatn. -
Monday nositlvely the last dav of dis
count of west siae gae eiua
, - - ifMr..l sneelal amlea.t '
Tacoma Wash.. "June 8. Fire ' last
nlsht destroyed the plant of the Demp
sey sawmill, the damage amounting to
$100,000, -v .,: : ... ..l . s
Mondav nositlvely last day of dlS'
count of west side gas bllla ' " -r
: j -; r 1 v
f.; .-.. Dredger Seattle) Burned. . . ;
Tina Reach: Cal.. June s. The dredg
er tieaiue purneo iiib mornini. wna
owned bv Ban Francisco peopla , The
toss Is 1 110.000. , j t . , '
uronda nositlvely the last day of dis
count of west side gae bllla
Of .Canham ,& Williams,
. Grocers, .' Portland, I On,
'" ' ': ;.1 says:' ; 'v
. Zi fAm. i eM ter exempting Portland - from the ,8un
f"??" na had. . , ,' I day-cloalna- law Is constitutional and ef-
' """o fO'd " IOTJT?"I.l, Al 2? feetlve. and the -courts will be asked to
oujTvrniicuuoiiv niutuci awj vneii a
fji pobir coffee isso good,
how zogd do you think;
gfobd coffee fe?;;.!vf -
.?yMtraer fetsros year oieaey yea deal '
like tckUUog'i Best; we pay bloa. " v -"' , t .
of them'. " .-f - -s -
"Do "you know where he ..got
monevT ' - .inrt ' k
. "From Governor Goodlna-.. he said.'
- "How much money have you received
from all , sources slnoe you have been
In Jail?" v i
""Have you sent all that to your wife
in Canada T" - '.
"pearly ail. yea ,' f. -.-n
Bought Vow Suit, " f
Tou've- got some clothes latelw have
you notr' asxea Ricnaruson, nagging
the witness.. j 4 e,, :
"Yes."., ;. . W'.rf" V 4
'"And as soon as you got the new
suit you sat for your picture and re
ceived the reporters, didn't yoUT"
T had aome photoaraphs taken and
X saw the reporters, but I had the suit
some time before." .
Orchard has preserved tne entity or
his original testimony against the attack
up to 12 o'clock, when Judge Wood
thought enough work had been done, and
adjourned tne session tin monuay. .
CONFESSES TO CRIME
' (Continued irom Page One.) v
himself to a date, for he scented the
manifest intent to bring an array, of
contradictory circumstances to oppose
every fixed statement of his. Therefore
Richardson could iret 'him to be no more
precise than, within the range of a
month, - ." '-v. -
r Lyte Gregory, Orchard said, was shot
because "Pettibone wanted him killed on
account of his testimony aaralnst the
coal miners at Idaho Springs."
5, , Had To flrlevanca
;'. '"What had you to do with the grlev-
! FOOD COFFEE
"There' Reason M
the Paris police so Interested in - the
case that when the news of her. mur
der In Baden-Baden reached them they
at once pounced upon the hoax tele
gram which lured Frau Molltor to Paris
as ah Important bit of evidence against
the criminal. ...
Then Frau Molltor's constant street
companion, a huge St: Bernard dog, was
mysteriously - poisoned. The evening
that the dog aiea irrau Moutor received
a -can in a man's voice on tne phone
to come to the Doatoffice for a valuable
package. J : ,'...- '.,,;
She dressed herself hurriedly for the
street and bidding hsr young unmar
ried daughter to accompany her, set out
for the postof f lea - It was to. go to her
death. ;;. ; ';- Y.S-v.f " -,: i ;v..'; i
:. . ; . tmot by 8oa-ln-law.' . ':'?
It was now quite dark, and the quiet
street through which Frau Molltor and
her daughter approached the postofflce
was only dimly lighted. ' Suddenly there
was the sound of a nlstol shot behind
them. Miss ' Molltor saw her ' mother
fail dead, shot through the back. The
assassin's bullet had found her heart '
The place and the hour had been well
chosen, but nevertheless there - was - a
witness of the deed. This witness a
tradesman, sitting at his window wait
ing for his wife' summons to the even
ing meal had a good view of the man
who raised the pistol and fired and then
hurried away down a dark cross street
He was of medium height under middle
age, had noticeably projecting jaws, and
wore a beard that was so palpably false
that this witness at once' went out and
notified the police. He was traced and
arreaiea in uunuvn ac iu nviiu iecii,
Monday positively last day of dis
count of west side gas bills. - r. -V.
PORT OF COLUMBIA
CASE ARGUED AT LAST
Judge defend Presided at Hearing
Asking Well Known'Act De-
dared Lrnconstitational. : - .
All Diseases of
, and Children
Eleetrlolty, a 1 e e
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Treatmenta - given
with aU of the
latest remediss, ,
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AH tliseases of the
tyt, r, tar, nose,
throat and lungs,
' bladder, - brain and
gestion and Con
stipation FERMA .
NENTLY cured." .
The doctors who are in charge of the different departments of
this institution . are . graduates, of the best colleges of Europe, or
America and have credentials from the 'highest medical boards in
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i We cure with the same success all Chronlo Diseases of Men, such
as Kidney and Bladder Trouble, ' Rupture, Ulcers and, Skin. Diseases, Eo-
sema. Rheumatism, Locomotor Ataxia, and all Nervous, Chronlo and
Snecial Diseases of Men.
X We cure every case that we agree to t take of OATJJUUE, ' BXO
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Tumors and Blemishes Removed
aii pnvate ana wasting aiseasee promptly cured and their, effects
permanently eradicated from the system.-
Diseases of women and children given special attention. .
Nervous diseases and nervous prostration made a specialty.
Eczema and all skin diseases promptly cured.
I Consultation snd Examination Free snd Strictly Confidential
- . ii pauem innui tin i me mauiuit, wnio ior lull insirucuona
- AI1 medioiaes are furnished to patients from toe laboratory of
the institute. , - . - .
Office Hours to 11 am., 2 to 5 p. m. and 7 to I p. ro. Sundaya
10 to 12 a., m. '.."'.. . v
New York Surgical and fJedical Institute
. Permanently XMcatea w xaieure uuainr, at cue corner of Sixth and
(323H) WasMngtoa Streets, tione Mala t93, ; FOBTXtASS, OSBOOW.
The1 cereal; health' coffee,
tastes like 45c per pound
Java coffee. -We use it ex-
clusively ? in my ) family.'
sell a big: package? for 25c.
If your grocer has not got
Golden , , Grain : Granules,
i the 4 pilre .health building
" cereal coffee, "tell him to
order a case from '
Allgn Lewis ,
Lang & Co.
Mason & Ehrnian
. Wadhams'a:Co. ..
':..'. ' -
'.'.or " .'-. -
Wadhani & Kerr Bros.
All boys and girls, will
get ' money to ' spend for
r ourin, oi j ui y u iney reau
lished June 1 inlThe'Jpur
nal. The same "ad" will
be publisher) in The- Jour
rial Saturday V June 22.
From 10 cents to $5.00. to
tion of 'boys who ' smoke
cigarettes; :?tc;;r; j
",'. i4 ""'t; M f
12 FRONT ST.
v-. '-': ; , -a t-
t;)jS Every wcnian
: iTOAraA ItiBtertitod end aheaJd know
nweaanataamlytbe V ''k,. J .
iAavBi am.pt ao :Nu4iV
nlhar. bat Mod Mama far - A
-mM. TtttTM y !
m. MiaviL ML. Ml'nm,Mt
nliwbl. to ladl
a. 4 stM aiaw toaH.
WOOSABS, CtAaaX CO.' aro tATMATai
H tbe wont disease
ea - earth, yet tbe
lst to ears WHEN
VOU KNOW WHAT
TO DO. Mtnr bar
pimpira, epou on ids
sklo, sores i thml
tarrb. and don't know
It IS BUHIU poison. sne to UK. uauwn.
B8B Arrh St.. Phl!dlDb1. fniu for
BROWN'S BLOOD CURB, 12.00 per bettl:
lasts one montb. Sold, la FortlaM ooly tT
wooaware, Clark a CO.T
sTl R 1 sku
111 mootb, alaais.
Pill I "
Arguments in the sui"t tf Sylvester
Farrell .against tbe Port of Columbia,
by which it is sought to have the Port
of Columbia act declared unconstitu
tional, were heard by' Judge cieland in
the circuit court yesterday -afternoon
It la contended that the direct primary
law which 'deprived the legislature of
the power to form municipal corpora
tions took from it the power to 'form
the Port of Columbia, which is alleged
te be a municipal corporation, ' , , -
The defenders of the Port of Colum
bia commissioners contend -that the leg
islature, by. virtue of Its power to cre
ate counties, .retains the power to form
a corporation of three count la, as was
dons In this easa -Judge Cieland has
taken the case under advisement and
will announce -bis decision later.. - .. . i
No Uqaor en
'Open 10 ! a to 11 p. bi.
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March, The Conciliation ...... toutan
: Festival March from Tannhauser.. ,-,
, - ........... Wagner
i Prayer and Chorus of the Turks. . .
' ................. . ; ...Doppler
: Die Ehren Oottes in der Natur.,..
. ... . . s . .. .... .Bethoven
- (The Towers of God tn Natura) . ,, .
- . 3 140 o'Clook. "
Grand American Fantasia. Bendlx
The Lost Chord. . t. . ..........Sullivan
f Cornet Solo by Mr. Sen war ta
Btabat Mater. ............ .. , .Rossini
.. 8olo by -Mr, Arena .
'S6ng, "On the Ocean",,...... . .Schubert i
Coronation March ......Meyerbeer
March, Doppeladler (Double Eagle)
Walts, Lustige Bruder (Jolly Fellow) :
..... i .......... . . Vollstedt
Medley Overture. .. t . ; . . . . Harris 1
tong. .. "Goodnight, . Brtoved". .; , .Ower
; Cornet Solo by Mr.' Schwarta
Selection, "Babew in Toy land". Herbert
:40 o'Clook, ... .....
Kremer's Popular Melodies... . .Krempf '
The Forge In the Forest., ..Mlchaelis
The Capture of. Santiago.... ... .Petera
Romance, "Floating" . ... . . , Buf fin gton
American (Patrol. . . ( , . . ,. . ..Meacham '
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