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THE" OREGON DAILY . 'JOURNAL. PORTLAND. . SATURDAY .EVENING, JUNE 8, 1S07.
CLACKAMAS COUNTY AND VICIfflTY
GRADE PUPILS NOW I
, KNOW THEIR FATE
Yearly i Report Cards Prepared i. by
; Teachers Second Chance for
: Some Who FaJL .
ITb Omm City tffln af Ttm Jo rail fc
located at How, 11 A Joaiaa' dm a- a tor, ikm
juaw int. :. wears un lata. ui ifte i arm
Hand proanptlr to sabaerlDlloaa. eoanlauits satl
I arirartiMai.ots. ; New Itsaie left of
there will fea aaDraciaiea aad , MaalM mill
' (Special Dispatch te The Journal.)
Oregon Citr. June 8. Th examina
tion In all the grades at thS'Barelay
and Eastha.ni aehoola were completed
1 Thursday afternoon, and yesterday tha
teachers prepared, the report cards for
' tne year. 1U Doaru dh ptissea new
rule thla Tear which entitles 'all who
have not failed In more than two stud-
la to taite anotner examination ncroi-a
the beginning of tha fall term. Thla
rule will enable many to go on with tha
class v -, ' j . ' .., ";
Wedneaday . tha election of teachers
will he held. Several old teachers have
not applied for reelection. .
The eighth grade pupils have been
given rarda which entitle them to enter
any high school In. tha atate. There
will be not exercises in thla grade ex
cept toe receiving or tneirv mpiomaa.
The following are the graduates from
the eighth grade: Zeta Andrewa, Madge
Hr'ghlbill, Margaret Brown, Louise
Tteute. Helen Englebrecht Florence
Fisher, Ruth Fugs, Lillian Grleasen,
Ethel Jefferson, Klla Miller, Ida Morley,
' Maud Park, Ethel Purslfull. Mary Rooa.
Lulu Ramsey, Lena Torrance, Louise
Walker. Beaa Warner. Evelyn Harding.
. Alta Millard, Wilbur . Andrewa, Irvln
Betsel. Ross Brown, Waldo Can field,
Herbert Charters, Frank Clark. Thorn
ton Howard, Milton Noble,-Martin Rooa,
Merrill Scripture, Ray Scott, Ray Welsh,
Edward Vonderahe, waiter Yoder. .
STRYCHALSKY SAYS .'. ;
; f WIFE CURSED HDI
'(Special Dispatch-to The loarnal.) ".:
Oregon City. June-1. Frank Strychal
eky haa filed a suit for divorce from
Emma Strychalaky on the grounda of
desertion. Ho alleges tney . were mar
ried some years ago at Mllwaukeev-Wia-ronaln,
and have two children. Ha says
his wife has an - uncontrollable temper
and it la Impossible to live with her.
She haa cursed him continually, he says.
tine lert him laat July.
The divorce buaineaa haa been picking
up the past few daya, and by the time
the court alta the grist will be about
the usual else. ' .' -.'..-v ;
BALLOTS BEADY FOB
-.. VOTE OX GODDESS
1 Committee Ready., lor Voters, Who
May Vote as Early and Often
'"'.vV as Desired. '';V
V. : ; MIAD ' ITS GRIEFS
It Didn't Know About the .Change In
t" '.', cJ.h4nt an M Ba M l.awl Tta ':'
: i Car Yesterday.
(Special Dispatch to Tbe Journal.)
Oregon City,' Juns I. The' commit
tee In charge of the voting for the god-
deaa of liberty at tha coming Fourth of
Julv celebration now have the ballote,
and those wishing to vote may do ao
at tne rate or s cents earn, xnre con
testanta have ao far entered. They are
Miss Humpnrey, mas Kate Mainiaa ana
Miss Beryl Long. It is probable sev
eral more - fill enter. These contests
have been held several times In past
yeara. ana-nave always proved very ex-
JIT. PLEASANT JIEET.
(Special , Dispatch ; to The. Joarnsl)
Oregon Clty.iJune I. Ths traveling
DUblio experienced much trouble yeater
day, owing to the change in the tlmaof
tha rtininln nf the cars on the O. W. P.
lines, and manv were disappointed when
aoina to. etch a car.' finding that It
had departed five mlnutea before.' The
flrat car on the new schedule leavee
Oregon City at :50, and la followed ty
others In the following order: A.t :,
7:00, T:l6, 1:10., t.6:t0, $M, It-iO.
11:06, 11:40 a. m., li:i, u:ev, i:sa, i;u,
.aa a. .A l.n J.9A. A-AK -a'SA. i:Ofi.
i .n 7.'JS. 7:E0. S:1S. :00. Beginning
at-e p. m. tha cars leave every nour un-
til 11 p. m. - .r -t:
ANCIENT INEBBIATE if r A
. SENT ON HIJS WAY
(Special Dlspateb ta Tha JTearaaL) ';
Oregon City,. June I. A pitiful sight
was presented on the streets of this city
yesterday afternoon, when an aged man
waa seen walking aimlessly up "and
down the main atreeC He was almost
In a drunken stupor when accosted by
(Special Dispatch to The Jours L)
Oregon City. , June I, Tha ..Mount
-.-. .i.n KM I m B annnn stupor wurn iixwin vj
Pleasant Improvement association held ch,.f o( p0ilca. Burns and was found to
Its regular meeting xnureaay evening, be without funds. He first eald he had
with a larre number In attendance Juat left the poor farm at Portland and
Captain J. P. Shaw delivered the prln- f was on his way to Sacramento, but on
wiring ma oiiiciaia n wauv iminu n waa
never at that place. As he was without
funds Chief Burns bought him a ticket
as far as Salem, and it is pronanie. ne
will eventually gain hta way to Sacra
mento, wnere it ta tnougni na naa rela
tives who will care for him.
Bockwood School Has Closed 0. B.; & N. Company Defend
With! Enjoyable JPicnic- ant in Heavy Damage Suit
Brought by Chinaman.
p: Hall Company. Closes.
t- .'(Special Dispatch t The loeraaLI
.RockweodA Or.A June I. The ; Rock-
wood, school closed Thursday- with 1 a
Charging that the O. R. N. Co, by
Its negligence, was responsible for tha
wreck at Cayuae on April 10 In whlph
picnic at Wataon's grove. There was a four lives wera lost and a" number of
large attendance and a general v good I persons lnju.-ed, Lew Wy Uln appeared
time . waa had. Mr. Watson. nroDrfator I in th. n,.i ...... . .
of the Pebble., exerted hlmsair to make ask 120.000 dauiiM. from the company
HARRY ORCHARD JEALOUS
V"-,' t",J '
RAIN WRECKERS' JOB
Hall Company Close OatJ
(flpUI DJflpatcfc to Th9 Jottnul.)
.1 1 a a s asA a w An rrw nn a u itnnniiii a an in n i-i w aw ij t wt rm w n
Oiiiuueicr oiiucaxcu via x mo auoo , if auicu xiauu ul -
' ' -M i' 1 . As f 1 A . ft 1 J Tfa-I ' "SF-W s A ,' "
ri urimeasteny Airam 10 aiq in mowing up or : ii
. i ; .... - vindicator Mne.:p';
; MJouraal Specisl Serrlee.) fused for a time and finally said ha did
Boise. Idaho.' June ,7. Tbe extreme I not know when he got the money but
ka onupt SttaChSB I knew ha 1 9 ft a thai tlma .n aaM
are , Woriing waa inaicatea mis sner-ine naa a zew aouars or Scott's money
iumh whan tha rianutiea made the SDSCtS- left. ' " . ; ' ,' . .
tors carrying "umbrellaa open them tol Pressed aa ' W dates Orchard waa
The trial of tha auit wua v.... I ilmw that nn anncealaul .weanona , were I fenced and rtnallv almittin if - ha.
?udr"8erB nd Jwy waa drawn . tol bein carried Into the courtroom. ' A I !?!!. Ch.rl"tmM. s he went back noma
it la rhara-ii that t.a I number, of minor fist fights also took
Cayuse. where the train plunged tnto place between the deputies and too eager
clpal addreaa of the evening, and hia
talk waa one of a very Interesting na
ture to the farmera He favored the
organising of a county fair association,
and thought it would be a great boon
to the farmera aa well aa othera In thla
part of the state. The road question
waa taken up, but tabled until after the
next meetlngo-of the council at that
place. The matter cf a cooperative store
was a so laia over to tne next, meeting
The Mount Pleasant club la a live ami
are being added dally.
Enen S. Warren to F. C. Burke, lota
8, 4, . and C, block . 70, Oregon City,
1 1.800. - " .
''Progress of New Hand.
(SDsVlal DUpstca to The JoorssL) '
Oregon City, June . I. The Oregon
City band, recently organised, will meet
thla evening for rehearsal. The band
now haa about !0 members. It waa
organised only three months ago, but
hss made auch progress that It will
furnish tha m:slc for the New Era
celebration on the Fourth. -
7 Good Trade oa Show Pajvf,
' (Speelsl Dlspeteh te The Joaraal.) V
Oregon City. June S. Teaterday was
New members la very buay day 4n this city, man" farm-
era ana tneir ramuiea neing in eviaence
at the opening of the Clackamaa county
fruit and flower ahow. .- The merchanta
all report good buslneaa Nearly every
one coming from the outlying districts
could be seen carrying either a large
basket of rosea or a box of berries, and
they kept the committee at the show
very buay entering litem. The opening
of the bridge played an Important part
In helping-the ahow, aa many of the peo
ple could not have come bad the bridge
een out of -eommlsalon.
THE LATEST NEWS OF VANCOUVER
,T WENTY-THEEE JOKE
IS OUT OF DATE
'i f' ' ' iwiMsii.sasiiiisaaasaaaaasaasaaasa . "'i ', - h r
Otherwise It Might Be Stated That
It Is Twentx-Three for Mist
Tooler Bat It Is Not. , '
, : : .i , .
Unties. The Tsaeoaver erftee ef Tks Joe mat
Is located st roofs. I Cost serial Bask belM
n. rifts as Msla Wraata,. pktmt Mala IOA
arliera sobserlntloaa. eomnlatsts. sdawtlaateasls
sed sews will be nnli) and arooopUr st-.
"hw .a. v. uiiava. -
': (Special Dispatch to The Journal.)
. Vancouver, Wash., June J.-" The con
test for, the Goddess of Liberty for the
Fourth of, July celebration Is already
. warming up, although the voting placea
have been; open but two j daya; Thia
nromtses to be an exceedingly lively eon
test, aa the three contestants are very
CHINK TAKES SHOTS
AT HIS TORMENTORS
Ills Will Good, but His Marksman-
ship Bad Boys Had Smashed'"
i' ; Laundr .Windows. ,
tSpectal Dispatch ' te Ttieoaraat.)
Vancouver, !'Wash4 June I. Because
FIRE IN OFFICE OF i '
Little Damage to Building and No
: Loss, of Records, Thanks to "'
7 .' Prompt Work. ; '
' , (Special. Dispatch te The Joaraal.)
Vancouver, Wash., June I. The in
terior of the building - occupied 'by the
chief commissary of the department of
the. Columbia, at Vancouver barracks,
was, gutted . yr a .fire ; yesterday? after
noon. No one waa In the building at
the-time-and -hew the fire started la' a
popular . and . 'Jtays ..many .frlenda who be Jnaisted upon annoying the employee m-.r- , tk.,,' .w-a ' .wJ,,..
will do everything in -their power
Beip tneir respective ravoritea - .
.The vote last eevnlng stood as fol
Iowa: Misa Tooley. 23; - Misa Eichen
laub, SO; Mtaa El well, SO. It will be
seen by this that the race so far la
Wanted Several experienced wait-
reaaea at Bt. Elmo GrllL Oood pay
to rignt parties. Jtppiy J. a. raaen.
. Three-horsepower marine engine; good
condition, suitable for motor boat. A
bargain If sold at once. Apply to -
. C. W. SPRENGER
ST. 1. Koundhonae, Tanoomver, Wash.
EXCURSION . STEA1IER GAZELL ihbo -.Th. SIS,
: For exouraions by lodgea or indivlduala
Next Sunday a trip to Latourelle Fa 11a
win te made. For rate and other in
formation apply at - -
v ; OAKS ICS CSS AM PAXT.OKS.
- - 709 waabingtoa St, Tanconvar.
Don't ouah a dull lawn mower. We
have just installed a powerful grinding
macnine, ana tnis is tne only way you
can get your mower ground like new.
The enly machine of its kind In the
TOTTSfAXTS ft PXESTOIT, r
Eighth and Waahington Sta.
of. a Chinese laundry on Eaat B . street either started from a coal oil lamp used
last night, Fred Clarke is tinder arrest, i r employes or tne off ice
That he is not nur.lng a pistol wound kd VscoV.Tf ".t've w'.Te" aavTb"?
is ana only to the poor marksmanship the good work of members of tha arm
of the proprietora of, the laundry.-With who carried I all deaka and cases from the
Clark, wre aeyerM other; boys. -who WAmIV were T extinguished by ih,
have not been caught . ; ... post department, the, chemical engine
For some time - past a gang of boys doing excellent work. This Is the first
have, been haunting the Chinese place, fire st the toat in-a tha ...i..
Occasionally they would throw sticks I put in service where' it could be orop
and cluba at the building, followed by erly tested. The damage to the bu lid
threat a of violence upon the Dart of the I ln. .which-waa. an nM
Celestials. Last evening shortly before will not amount to more than a few
S o'clock alx boye, ranging from 15 to hundred dollars. With the exception of
20 yeara of age. gathered In front .of I the north wall little d&mara
the laundry and began throwing atonea I except to' the " Interior
at the door of the building. Thia did -Colonel George B. Davie, chief com-
iiuv wciii w nnnv7 me viuiicao w aun i uumnr;, la away xrom-tne POSt at pres.
the young hoodlums and they proceeded lent' Chief Clerk Palmer Is In charge. The
to smash the windows. This angered 1 building wUl probably be repaired -with-the
Celestials, and. grabbing a pistol, out- delay. ? In the mnnntima-nrn
uub ui ina wanncirnii-n ran 10 mo uoor i la luiaiou u s vacant OTIlcer S residence
.hu iirw u niui. an wiv: uitcuuuii viiamu.
,, Cleone Note and Personal. '
1. (Soeclal Disnatch. to Tha Jmnul l "
'Cleone. -Or.. June I Mr. end Mrs.
Fred Wolff of Dayton, Ohio, oldtlme
friends of W. H. Mathleon, are here on
a visit They are well pleaaad with thla
country and prefer It to California,
where they spent several weeks visiting.
Mr. Mathlson haa taken hia frlenda on
drive un the Columbia to Rrldalvell
to aee tne alghte along tha river and
tne nign water
of the railroad company waa tha Drlm
tarjr cause of the wreck.
law wy Hln, a Chinaman, who -was
On the train, alleaea that ha auatained
a broken back when the tram went Into
the river, disabling him ror life. He
aaaa i.o.ooo aamagea ror his InJurlea.
for that holiday.
. Baw Detective Bally. '
Orchard Saw grntt dallv lurlna hia
atay In Denver. He aald that he did
mil rauon invinma itinut ih. liv....
iiaywood interview, but later got 15
from tirntl. . i.kul le h ik.
of hia actlvitlea at Cripple Creek. It mt"?L.t?TsotMptBt,r"nri
waa Plain that ba waa anxloue to show "?.n,0i tr,ki 1' ! to'd '
the Jury that the witness went Into !" t"'yJnf resterday that he had
mltted beoauae of hia own desires not
because any one asked him to.
-Rorkwood. Or., June At a apecial the Umatilla river, waa defective and nneetatora but no material !
meeting of the Rockwood Hall company, unsafe; that the rails were worn and "1 r" T M1 T .
it was unanlmoualv decided tnaell the I danaarnna! th. ih. ,1.. -..J1 reached. 'V - '
Hall nnmnanv'a lntar.il t Diwbaiu .nj' kwl... J . u-. .v. i " '" " , ni.i J Via I--
tent. No. l. K. O. T. M., "and the board the wheels of the oafs and engine were terrogatlon of Orchard aa to the reason tT,.m,2?0IL' Afk4 1' he reported the
w uini. wia waa insiruciea ' to Close
tha Hall company's buaineaa at once.
made a mistake when he aald he got
into the .Vlndlanr mln. ,h....H
,t iiiiiui aimii, nt aaia no. Asked It It
MMU UIUI VVA. . i. . . , . . . : - . J
Orchard again Insisted the reason h LWV"' V,r:f .,.n" ne nsd neen told that
(aquealed off tbe attempta to wreck tha rn .h.,rTT-TZ. .n D.uul. ,n ? whit-
traiu with the non-unioniata aboard was ; Z.Zi ' 'X ";r" I"vZ l"? mine.
- - uwanava iwr fjia iiijvriva. i irmu wiin l lie non-umuniBis auuaru wm l. . . " , . j z : : . .. T "',,
; Tne company alleges pat the acci- because Parker and Davla had gne over iVat-Ttiwa m W..i--!ia."a VuJu,1-tto
Amrt , waa aiiaa4 kv Ih. fAvm..!.. . m III , m . a a -L . . . I I-ClSCtlVe MCFArland M.t luvm fArlaw h..a
mVrmm unuar m roaooea oj tne neavyrto wreck tbe train wben b wanted to I l-Ath-P iah k Z. l""'.
downpour of . rain' ana that It waa I lo it- , A"therclaah between Borah and Blch-
trouble the could neither oeforeaeen Orchard declared he told Davis that JISi'K". hlVLS ihK1'B1y,1 bUt,p
nor guarded .galnat The llrat witness la carload of powder waa hid In the Vln-1 'SI."? w.,..c.hecke.1 by the court
.aa v-iakuiti iri.aiai i -. . " . . . nDiursj - i sBa vi n v rAa f ainia a-"-. a.
.we vi 'I'fftSJI rfJWH
CsmVal hlltl t9flA malrUa as ,m
M r Andhl Vslurf nri rka . waru .aa
the grade at the point where the wreck I -owaeg xajer, xw. ; ne got back to Cripple Creek he - re-
:er from the Hill road. They c"e3thia morning was David Hlratel. dlcator. he having atolen a portion of ItlH'?,
much Impressed with the civil engineer, who testined aa an ex- and sold It, to proapectr-a. of iiaTi,
. will 'leave for home to-1 P?rJ5?ine"! I?"""' condition of , odas rZlmt. foa. ' hl.'Jn? I
Charlea Beott and Perry McKlnlev of occurred. Aoomonai evidence la being I "wen, not oniy are you an ore inier. i f v lu oigii. out said that he did not
Ban FrancUoo are guests of Rev. W. nearo.anie arternoon. - out aiao a powder tnier 7". asked '""J IPmym M? seen Moyer. He
T. Scott's , family. They will remain
udoui two weeaa. .- ,.,
Mrs. Leo Shaw haa returned to Fair
view i to live and haa moved Into Wil
liam 'Ellison's bouse.'" Mr. Shaw la In
the employ of the O. K. A N.v Co. In
Waahington.' ., ' ... ,
Misa Laura and Misa Busle Hunter
visited their father at the Hotel Hun
ter Wednesday night. ' Miss Laura goes
to Seattle and Miss Susie will make
her home nt Portland with another sister.-.-
- ..... '
Manley Artell who has spent tha past
year here, will leave Saturday for Mon
tana, where heiU'make hia' home.
Mra. Frank Axtell left for the east
thia morning to visit her' old home la
Wisconsin. , She will be abaent about
four montha '.;-. . -. .,. .
Crle Axtell have a contract to' re
pair William Townaend'a house on the
Bandy road, -i v. v,.,--.-
: ' . ii .1 ' ' '
TWO GOOD SALES
MADE THIS 17EEK
It Is said that a number of damage
suits against, the O. K. A N. will fol-
ardson. . , I ? . 1 5 fot BO money at any
.. ?...(.. . ;' - v .;., " i. J I time ' afterward. 7mm alth.. oi Ja
low ii Lew wy Hin ta euccessrui in I Before the ouest Ion. could be fully oierung.t-
securing a. verdict Othera who ware I answered. Hawley Interrupted with an I ' 1 " tols fowder t Of Bomb.
Injured in. the wreck -at. Cayuse are objection, which waa Immediately sua-1' 'He said that he met Mot., in viotna
talned. Turning surprised to the bench, I on the street- - That the latter save him
Richardson demanded: v . y- . . m la 100 bin becauae be asked him ru
"Tour honor, will you pleaae ten tne Later he got ISO more from Mover in
why I cannot put this oueatlonT Ihla Is Union half In Cripple Cwek? H-7tr.i2
m nuauia wiidvaa auiu m, Riaisaicuiw
reliance agalnet my client Tbe question
seems to me to ne eminently proper
"He haa already admitted he la a
powder thief and there Is nothing to ba
gained by pursuing the matter runner.
known to have retained attorneya and
the Attorneya regard, the case now. on
trial aa a teat case. ',-"..; " - ,
MEMORIAL EXERCISES !
WILL BE HELD SUNDAY
wo nomba to put In the Vindicator
i sua i
' of the World,' Arrange Ex
coal bunkers anT waa hatnaA t..
by Oney Barnea, who an expert at bomb.
OI..HII. nm oia tne ware a r ii.r..
cabin .at Indapendenee and ' stole 10
Pui" Powder from a leaseholder'
named Charlea Perkins and took It to
his cabin... Ha Iranfc tha I. t.i.
house for a whJia'' r " ,
. Hr BaVrnna vhr. la. va At-
stood up, and was Identified by Or-
Multnomah camp No. 77, Woodmen of
the World, will hold memorial exercises
and unveiling ceremonies In their hall.
East Sixth and East Alder streets. Sun
day evening at S o'clock. The following
program will be rendered:
I . Piano selection. Professor J. F, Bam
ford: auartet: "Sun of My Soul .Bul-
lard); "Objects of Woodcraft. Hon.
George . E. Chamberlain; litualiatio
eervicea, by camp officers; roll call.
cierk J. m. wooawortn; aoio. j jcyee
That Aa Waanr" Rra-lcatt Mlaa
Petronella Connolly; poem, ',6h Why
The defense took an axceotlon.
. The witness,' continuing, said us alone I
knew of the powder In the mine and I
went to Davis In the hope that he would chard. One of the bombs he aaya. was
blow up the mine. He aald ba thought given a man named Dempsey who threw
a repetition of the Wardner Incident I It into the Vindicator bunkers. HetooM
wuuu o ovneiiciau. ' ma otner o iuasteriy and navar faeanl
Davla, he aald. fell in with the prope- anything mora about It
at, Inn ana hlM ha aniM .l.ill. w I Aalra 1. . 1 .
v.b.u., v.iu .v.v, . hv " vm.u a w i - .Ku ... j b was not generally Known v
tlOO If the job were dona He expected j among miners at that time that ha was
.in lu. aaf.iv.iDH wwwit. am puui. nun-iwaiiin IVT DOOtt aOO Blsrllng, Ag galll
.iiiv. U..U avaiu uvyim . i. wvufu Mil a.u I U, UiUU a Ulinal SSa - ' j
wnu warw wurama, aimuugu lllllf wnai . . aaaaaiSaal - - - - - -
. ."And you proposed to kill SO or morel, 'Orchard V said ha went to Denver tha
men for 1200, did your iLft. .0r Uart January to attend tha
"i intended . totoncn on tne powaer jfeaeration ,r Jbaoor. Ha was
and bump them" . .. sure of tha time, bat later when told
"And you proposed to kill these men that the convention was held on Janu-
for 14 a head?" . ary I, I and 4 ba admitted that , ha '
"I object," aald Hawley., He was sus might have -been mistaken. Ha went
ti'oot PnimAa rt TTilv I Should the Spirit of Mortal Be Proudr'
uumuiivon wuiw ui uiuun w, W. Lumaden; unveiling
Avenue and East Alder
Street Brought $35,000.
the court.. The defense ex.
decoration of' graves with flowers, of-
ncera and company no. 77, w. o. w.t
quartet, "The Radiant Morn" (wood'
When naked If he gave any eonaldera-
tion to tne amount per neaa. tne wit
ness said no and stated . that Moyer
addressing a meeting or miners coun
to tne beadquarters - and saw Moyer.
iirrv(Vt . "'''"""N vrneu ana ocners.
They told him that they did not want
any violence . In - Crlonle naakr a,n
after the union officers then under ar
ward); dedication of monuments; camp JXd "V? 'ttJSl tna ItliLt tm. " liberated. He said thafthe
ofneers: solo, "The Ninety end Nlne,r' 7Z"? ".J"
must refrain from violence. I iT.P. "i??iy ? train Wrecking wera
' auuuiiiwi, mipr at tna truu.
He heard - that a detective bad mi-
J. Claire Monteith; .ddre-.; Rev, Owrge "w tK T.S 'S S"'.1" trial.
v watem soio. "t'eace '. thawlnara that they must keep out ol
w un rtii a a hi nv a . m ra - iwi n w- a warw a . . a. a . ai . . a
a loon ana rerraiQ iron. annKinr ana
Two wa ftffgrtffttlnv $80,000 hftv Wtth YouX (Tenny), . Mr. 1 May Do r-
. .. .. lis ta." i i i . muuni mu reins
been made this week in the fteart of """,1.? u."J,nL Vth 7iT wiTi i S rambling. . as any violence woufa be
the east side buslneaa ! dUtrict. The t--V-. rrmhar ramn hnnnn' rXnm. I blamed on the federation and troops ba
. . . . I T ' i c - . - ra mi. ti ,
soutnwear corner of Union avenue and I ing - ooe; quartet, m
East Alder street rwaa
terday . by Otto' Burckhar
lmeka from' M ' (i. ThnraaM
I r . .
. . . M , . . . . .. . 1 I namiura.
BcnnaotM tor a.o.vuw. , , - . ' Camp Officers Consul commander, 'A.
ixcai capital ibis purcnaaea tne quar- m. cox, adviser, m. i aiinar: cierk, j,
ter block at the southeast corner of
zeaaea tp paying done tbe Job and tried
to fix the blame ntton tha iwi.mn.
He aaw Scott and Sterling at tha trial a
He was not arrested for anything; and
i, u. .a. .... t.. mm. I "..v, iiwi ' cuuii iiin ininaa rap nitn
lureha-ed y wa Mi...t
and H. W. under the direction of M,m Petronella " t him. and he -fled, ? ,; , v l Z' a- i
and f! J 1 Connolly.?. Accompanist. Professor J. F. I v Hade Two llmm'' .vi -jn.. ..-'.........i,v..ffmr
Officer Secrlat was a few blocks away
and hearing the ahots rushed to the
scene. The boy a In the meantime had
all scattered, and the only one located
was Clarke, who at first said he had
been at Ha ger'a-theatre and had' coma
to where he waa picked up upon hearing
tne snots. e arierwaro confessed to Do
ing In the affair, but refused to tell who'
the boya were-that were with him.
MB no uaee. ua anootee kui eviy
time. Heep bad boya. No UKee. no
Iikee," aald the Chinaman who did tha
Shooting. ' ' n.''- .':
AUDITORS. TO MEET;
AT NORTH YAKIMA p,,,BMr..(judir,l): -p-h wait-. "An.
i, , ., XXX : ilvlt 111 ArtliUlta n, Thai . rnil.. "vriii-. ...
PROGRAM FOR BAND
v (Special Dlspateb to The Joaraal.)
Vancouver, Wash.. June 1 8. The sea-
ond of : a series ' of 10 concerts to be
given by the Fourteenth Infantry,' under
the direction of Chief Musician A. E.
Pankopf, will be given tomorrow after
noon. . The following, program will be
rendered: . a r ,,
Tannhauser. march rwinnr) i Aval.
ture. characteristic. "Hunter and Her
V.1" (.Pai,ejrv selection, "The prince of
Pilsen" (ludera) : Soaniah waits. "An.
dalusia" (Thlere): medley. "Mlll'a Mar.
Made from distilled
Tomilv IfnnAPV Of. the finest
aa.au..,. aaviv quality. Y
ry Melodies" iEvans).
i nirty minutes' intermission.
Descriptive Piece. "Snrlnar .Tnhllaa In
tne Aips - tuungiei: meioav in v "Par.
apnrase'' . (Rubensteln); . masurka,
P. J. LACKAFF
: 804 Washing-ton St. none 60S.
( We will clean or dye absolutely free
; of charge every fourth garment
' eelved. 'JPor example;- -
, ladlea' salt, jacket
er pair of gloves.
I very .
g a n ra a n 1 1.
iron sera, coat ana
Test or overcoat.
. . . Bring us your clothes. ; You may be
tha lucky fourth. .
CITY DVB WORKS
S03 Xaat geyenth Street. Phone 804.1
National Hospital Assn.
v Tanoouver Office. Boom 8 Zaglemam
CaH In and let us explain our hoa-
: pital plan. - - It wlU intereat you.
X Qa LEWIS, Agent
la here, . the time when garden need
attention. We have a full line of garden
tools. Call In and compare our prices
and goods wiin-omera. . r . -j
Vancouver Hardware Co.
, W. Cramer, yroprletor. -' - .
If AVE YOU NOTICED
JIow popular the motor cycle Is. becom
' ikT Call irr and see the yale, the latest
Hi it out In self-propelled two-wheeled
vehicles. ; ' i - f. '.
Sl-ORTINoi GOODSA SPECIALTr. ,
C. J. MOSS
(Special Dispatch' ? The Joaraal.) .
Vancouver, Waah., June- S-The an
nual convention of the county auditors
of this state wlll.be held at North Yak;-
lma, June IS and 20- There are a num
bar of lmDortant matters to be consld
ered. During - the last - session of the
legislature several laws were paaaea
bearing directly on the office of audi
tor, and at the coming convention Ideaa
will be exchanged upon tnese new laws.
D.Ak.M- . ,. ImnA.tan, . loaf h.,
will receive attention Is- the Torrens I ft A TT.H A TTWNTTTnV TA
land record law. of which there Is llttloi . '
known, and It is nronosed to have In at-I -' T,TiTfIVVrCJ7 TrrflTtrTi-r.T
tendance at. the convention an expert I " LjUX X XJJXO . J11U1Z.X li IT
who haa started this system in several
states. - County Auditor Kies Of .' this
: county will defer the purchase of record
books for thla system until after, hia
return rrom tne convention. : a ,-
East Third and East 'Morrison' streets
Mrs. Helen ' F. ' Oriebel has purchased
rrom Arthur C'Bpencer a lot on Twen
ty-second, between Northrup and Over
ton streets, ror is.ouo. ,
A house and lot on Thurman and
Twenty , ninth . streets,- . Willamette
Heights, h-a beci purchased bv E. M.
Higley from the Fidelity. Trust com
pany tor s,bou. ,a - ,
.Two east side - residences ; were sold
yesterday, one at Knott and ' Borthwlck
streets was purchased by -Roscoe, R.
Morrill ror 16.000. and a Quarter block
at Eaat. Seventeenth and- Schuyler waa
aoia to u. ti. wooowortn py, jonn 8.
Morgan for S3.K00. . ' :
nans are maturing ror tne erection i
VUA. sau v mr. mi aw ju i nai , vici sa. as .
M. Woodworth; banker, W. W. Minar;
escort, J. H. McBrlde: 'watchman, H, A.
Shields; sentry, Frank Trotter.
He made tha flrat kttatnnt to Mow nn I earn. !n.lmV..' ..i.l v. I'.rT'-i P
the mine-In September and the second I was not trying to ret evidence against
in November. He talked it over with I him. Regarding the using of Greek
the strike committee flrat.'- He aworelflre. Mover1 tou him' nnaTii m,,M .
Sherman Parker gave him the idea of I used, but told him not to naa It in
Cripple Creek. Ha arot a. annnlV aahii.
at-the convention la January. Pettl
bpne took hlra oyer to his house uid
showed him how ta mav. it wa ...
plained the beat method of using it. He
ia tuur luwni g it wrucn ne in
' There will be no ceasatlon of work
In the tThlted States attorney's office I fastening
Of the central passenger station of the I because of tne adjournment of the fed
attaching-a platol to the guard rail and
discharging It Into giant caps, thus I
cauaing an explosion. -.
TT. .Ian ,a 1 Lm.A I, ,lW W11f.
i - . . . u mtmwv ...v.., ...... . . . .
W 1 1 j 1 1 K Fi F P A T Wit R K Eaateny, he swore. . At this point Rlch-
f XXJXJ SVXjXjL Ai 71 UJXJV I ardaon called Easterly.' who 'will ha . a
witneea for -the defense. He had htm
Identified hv tha . wltn.aa
"That's him,' declared ; Orchard ' for I
the flrat time displaying agitation of I
temper. . - ' , - - ,r. ' r . . " ;" aTr
When Orchard planted a trap In the ; o J.. fJl.'l-? m to 1", wllh lita
mine Eas.-rly was not with him. as. im .r Z vI2.Jmich, h '
being an offloer In the union, he .wanted 'J&iZl!?1 "H ' ar-4 be
to be in a position to .prove an allbL We ,Lf DT h WM """'
no Diantea tne-com d ana couian-t i : . ... ,
explain how he made the mistake of k..a T ''rs. which ha had
iasienins; it on tne sixtn level, wmen I "" ioia aim r
was unused. -and not in tha aavanth I
Discharge of Grand Jury Will Causo
No Cessation In Official ,
tended to use on aals," but finally ' j I
had to bury It . - J
-. xook w&oifxum.
When asked If it waa nn a . v.a
Moyer, when he went up to Denver a
Portland Railway,-Light k Power com
pany, on Second and Pine streets.' It Is
jnceiy tnat actual construotlon work
will begin on the building late in tbe
summer, although the railway officials
are not prepared to make any definite
announcement as to the time. The ten
ants occupying the buildings on i the
PUt sawed-Off shntaruna 4a ih.
tXt S3 II I. II. I a aT . " a. ..aa aa -
which, he-had Intended 4o: do. He did fT",Pa JJ", ,n tn" piddle of the car
vi. 1 j .l.I ana if anybody came ta attarw .h. u.
wvfc aiiuw ilia uwn iiWTimn 11 IBf I ....i, , . . . .
bomb he placed actually killed McCor.'?af fr"P"J before they
mick and Beck. - . , , I no get the guns Into
Harries ida.Toney. I When asked If tha ohleet
oral grand jury and Mr. Bristol stated
today-that Jie la preparing new suits
in which railroads will be the defend
ant. --. I ' . :- . . ,
- One of the suite will be In the nature
tLWVJ.LVmS . !Ki. I . A'tef tn explosion' he " married Ida sawedff shotguns was simply to put
Ing right of, ways against fires. The I Ta.., a .i.h .... .kiu... I ihn in tha Tn .... .r yv
name or the. company waa not divulged t der the name of Harry Orchard. He When asked if he had not aald a. ,h.
"" - " .jH.uua Mivui yj " i "i. .7 . i . - wciii . iu uva u nor nuuae, wnicn waa I jranref tnat ins sawed orr Shot
vacate on 40 days' notice. 7 property , from fires caused y by sparks I too yards from the shaft of the Vlndl- suns were so they oould br strannad
f-A. Kribs has taken out a permit to l J0?tl?J$ r'h?rl8to1 U t0'- with "er during the ".u e neck and carried In tSSStm
build a residence on Loveloyi between Preparing the complaint In the case. . time he staved tn tha diatrict. if ... under the coat unobserved, h. ..Ti 1
TMnt.flflh .anil .TaanlMlilk) ).!. Utner SUlta-Wlit ' PS ' PrOUgnt by - nTP. I Kw.w. ... ,k. . ...i.-YllIU nnt thlnlr u T .... u. .Tia T ".
a yviiiii, waa ibbuvu jrcaiaruar lu jar - , M -- , . -
uoose to maae alterations in tits rour-1 , , , !r , w..a" auvraai-
atonr prick, on rront street, bet wean .ai-.
"Beautiful Roses" rwullen; ' aUrinn
"The Burgomaster" ' (Mackie): . galop,
fThe Globe Trotters" (laiurendeau).
For the information of the mtiain in v.
era. Chief Musician Pankopf states that
mere win ne. no programs riven out at
the park, and asks- the ' public to save
programs pnniea in oaiiy papers. v
i Among tbe Churches. 7 "
& (Special Dispatch ta The Joaraal.!
Vancouver, Waah.., June , S. -Services
j (Special plspstcb te The Journal.)
Vancouver, Wash., June 8. President
E. E. Beard of the Washington State
Press association, Agytor of .the Coluni-
uian- m tnis city.-nas iuh imiim iv.
cular ' letter, that is being mailed to
every newspaper vln the state, calling
attention to the , twenty-first annual
tomorrow at the varloua houaes of w I convention of the association, to be held
ship will- be . conducted as roiiowa ;; " , I " uy sa, ss ana ?. Tne let-
St Luke's Episcopal. East Eighth and "V.t A .tfanS thin.i1 2
; ' vv...w,...vu aiau
make It the greatest In tha aiat.'. hia.
tory. The committee on arrangements
Is making plana to have a moat unique
uniform. A special steamer Is to char-
lerea ana a trio will oe mane a limit iha
C streets; Rev. W. C. Sheppard,. rector.
There will be the usual services at -I
and 11a m and S t. m. ". .
Presbyterian. Tentn ana rare streets
Rev. E. J. Snyder, pastor. Morning
service 11 o'clock; Children's -day exer
claea at 8 o. m. The subject of Pastor
Snyder's morning aermon will bt "The CfrDPfrTfll T mftWOfirrtl
Child Samuel." There will be christen-1 O X XIXjIj 1 j1Xj XxirjOXXJL.
Ing of infants at this service. -The
Children's day exercises -will take place
at S p. m. and will be in cnarge of tne
Sunshine club end the Sunday school.
An excellent program naa neen arranged.
Bapttat h,ieventh and Harney streets;
Rev. R. Yeatman, past or. Bible school
' SUFFERS BY FLOOD
(Special Dispatch to The JoaraaLl i
Vancouver. Wash,, June S. Several
nts of the old electrio streetcar trea-
10 a. m.; morning Beryioe., 11 - o'clocj hle wimt out' last night as the result af
v iwm-f wa. aa v' aaa.. uvtuis nvuitl W
swept away to ba carried down against
inn new trestle, woramen in tna am.
n..., I ply of the streetcar company are keep-
urantll-a- a olnaa VI tfh in nravan, Uim .
Ash and Ankenv, The proposed altera-
lions wm cosy snout yio.ooo.
'Russell & BlVth sold yesterday to the
Columtla Investment company 80 acrea
In the Balch gulch for 135,000. The
property will be-filled and brought to
street : grade with the earth from the
Goldsmith tract, which Is ,to be graded
down and -made ' aultable for building
MULKEY DOES NOT
MISS THE CLASSICS
.'- '-.-' " ' -r-y '.;-
(Special Dispatch te The JoaraaL)
' University of Oregon, Eugene, June 7.
Ex-Senator F. W. Mulkey said In his
speech at the university that because
one Is a failure In Latin and. Oreek is
no reason wny ne snouid oe a failure
in lire, and pointed out-tnat many men
who have stopped their Oreek and Latin
studies by compulsion have gone into
the world and made a mark. He oointerf
out that be himself had been compelled
by his professors to forego the doubtful
pleasures of Studying Latin and Greek,
yet had found himaelf fairly proficient
In other thlnga - . ,
FIRE DEPARTMENT , :
Fire broke out In the one-story frame
cottage at ! wortnrup atreet at 11
o'clock thla morning, damaging that and
the adjoining houae to the extent of
about IS 00. The property belonged to
j. j. Murpny ana was partially Insured.
The orlain. of the blase la not knoan
ks the tensnt of' the house was absent
at the time the fire was discovered.
; The prompt arrival of the Are appa-
latua prarcnua a mucn larger nre, as
the neighborhood Is closely . built - up
ailH'Viiny; 1UV 'iiuuaea, .. -' . . . .
MINNEHAHA TRIBE IN
B. D. Townsend. who has been a a.
signed to Portland to aid In the Investi
gation of the Southern Pacific rail
road land grant will .arrive Monday to
commence, his work. Mr. Townsend la
the ssslstant United States attorney for
fiuna vuuu .. ....... ,
DEATH COMES AFTER
: -George H. Peters, a carpenter, sged
49, Of S51 ' East . Twenty-first - street,
died suddenly yesterday afternoon un
der most peculiar circumstances. Peters
was at work on a building at Si Union
avenue, and had Just partaken of lunch
eon when overtaken by deaths Owing
to. tha fact that the man bad apparently
been in the beat of health, the audden-
neaa or his demise was regarded by the
police as mysterloua . fk-i,v
An investigation waa made, and tha
officers detailed on the caaeXgave it as
their opinion -that Peters succumbed to
poisoning. - Coroner Flnley; however, de
clares that heart failure was undoubted
ly the .cause of death. Peters la anr.
vlved by a widow and family of aeveral
and asked them for. money. They put! ffUM provided In the federation) build.
him off and he became angry. I " wnicn no ana Mover carried.
ieiore tnis, nowever. ne said, he had I r ""ini awns urn un when- ad
.awa.ara w w a a nr. . aaw rw w v va f - uv waatvia BliT (liMC I a- . w . w p w w aafBU
gone to Detective Scott and told him JU"ment for the day waa taken.
an attempt was to oe maae to wreck s
train. The reason he did this was be
cause ne naan't oeen paid ror. the flrat
Vindicated attempt - He didn't think
he was used right by being sent into
the mine to try to blow It up and tak
ing a great risk while the othera were
given the comparatively eaay task of
wrecking a train, which carried with it
no risk.. 4 : .'.t
"Were you angry because you were
not toia to wrecg tne train r' was aaxed.
"Well. I suppose1! waa a little Jeal
ous." waa the reoly.- This broucht out
anotner. wrangle, between tne counsel.
tola Trom Boommate. r I ' Beventy-five strong. luatv-vni.d
Orchard admitted that while rooming I freah-faced men nama IhIa t3..i a jm a -
with Tnha ThnmnaAH ha a.nla tin n..V. I . ... " . w. uaiiu u.
r " ' V" Vul r...: "'Trnr,' I aar as aeiegates to the annual eonvan.
Vv vi w asa loikvi at w us it,. jrB SUIU I a,- ai , w ,
aa Thompson high-graded the ore, he UonJof tna . Oregon Rural , Lettercar-
sw no reason wny ne couia not nse it, I nera associauon. Headquarters were
MET AND lin
SUMNER IS ELECTED
s TO VICE-PRESIDENCY
of. the Passover.'
-wi i . i a w.as..a. .. '
innauan-w-i nirieenin ana urnii l. iAa. ..t.k . "tirra.
streeta Sunday school at 10 'o'cloci; V"7a n t h - n- .h.'"..".
morning service ' 11 o'clock; Chriatian labia denser
endeavor 7 - p. m.; evening servicer Sir, . - -
o Clock. The services will be conducted
ny Kider ueorae c. Rltchev or Mon
mouth. Oregon; morning subject,- "Our
Plea": evening, "Joy, Among Angela"
The Journal daily 4le a month, dally
and Sunday So a month: deliver sd aay.
iisg-toa IU, Set. EUta and SeyeBtk. .bars ta Vancouvet
- . Judge Gantenbein has been instructed
by the clerk of the supreme court that
the examination of appllcante -for ad
mission to the Oregon bar will : begin
at the capitol building . at Salem next
Wednesday morning. A large class
from the - University of Oregon " law
school wUl take tba examination. '
At a regular, meeting of- Minnehaha
triDe, xno. - a, improved order Redmen,
held at the Wigwam, in the Selling
Hlrsch building, it was decided to take
part in tne rounn or July parade. A
meeting of all the tribes Is planned to
isks piece at .tne wigwam, Wednesday,
June I a, to make final arrangement
The - aeml-annual election resulted aa
followe: J. H Jones, sachem; V. C
Wells, senior sagamore; Dr, Theo. Tess
ler. Junior sagamore', E. ;T. .Bruce,
prophet".; -..r . ' .. .
. . 'K-'-..-.f-.(.; .-. : '-'.-...-
(SdscIsI Dlsrateh te Tbe Jonraat.l
Chicago, June 7. Charles Sumner of
Portland - was.- elected a vice-president
of the International Telephone associa
tion today. 3 ' - s, .
Charles Sumner Is president of the
nome -reiepnone company or this city.
He was aent to the Chicago convention
to represent the Independent telephone
men ui urson. ina .international In
dependent Telephone association la an
organisation having for Its purpose the
protection of the Independents In all
parte or tne woria.
; RECEIVE DIPLOMAS
. 'Special Dispatch to The Joans!) "
Salem. Or.. June 7. The . commanea.
ment exercises of the College of Ora
tory of Willamette university were held
last evening at the First .Methodist
Episcopal church. The graduates were
Misa Vera . Mary Byars of Salem ,y
Misa Olive Rlgby of Pendleton. ' The
diplomas were presented by PntiH.ni
J. H. Coleman of the university.
as he waa broke.
After the arrest of Parker, Davis and
Easterly, he stayed In town a . whila
and left In December for Denver, trans-
Sortation being furnished by D. - C.
cott- Scott said Orchard was work
ing with K. C. Sterling, chief detective
ojr tne Mine owners association. He
said he told Scott and Sterling, he would
ao to Denver and find out all he could
about Easterly, Moyer and Haywood,
and report as to .their movemente. He
deciareo ne reported to iscott at me tat
ter's office at the Crippte creek depot,
and waa given a pass to uenver and r9
In money. Scott went - with him to
Denver, but' they separated when- they
got mere in oraer tnat urcnara snouid
not pe aeen wun ocott.
, s." Ided to Soett,'
He said he was lying to Sott when
he said, he would tell him all about
Easterly. Mover and Haywood. He did
not find Easterly, but' went to Ahe Fed
eration' offices and introduced himself
to-Moyer and Haywood. This was the
first time he had ever met them-but
they aald they had heard of him through
Easterly. ; '.,..- nfr. -,..'----"..- ji -fr -. .... -
- Another clash occurred between -the
lawyers, Richardson declaring he knew
the lid had been fixed for him and
knew what was under it He proposed
to -conduct' tne examination as ne
pleaaad. ' Hawle.y : accused Richardson
of making a false statement and - the
court interfered. - Orchard . said . only
tne persons present at tne initial inter
view were Moyer and Haywood and that
It waa held behind cloaed doora -
He declared - he told them all about
the strike and they told him he had
done a fine Job in the McCormlck and
Koyar Oave attav Money.
Mover, he aald.-told him If ha wanted
money- he could have It He said he
did not take any at that time. Later,
however, he aald. before he left MoverV
be got 120 from hinx, He became con-
established 'at the Imperial hotel, and
the delegatea will meet lnfomaii. iJZ
night to become acquainted and dlsouss
the prram for tomorrow's session."
The teal work of tha M.....rTi.l
-',?!!StK5JP0.mmeia, c,u tomor
row. ' and the main anhi.nf i i
ment other subjects arranged for the
profram are: "An Adequate Salary,'"
''Enuallsatlon of Pay," "Chrtatmaa ' aa a
ance.'-and -The Parcel, post for Riiral
Free Delivery.". .
. Mayor Harry Lane, ' Senator C 4 W. '
Fulton, Postmaster John W. Mlnto.
Judge , Lionel Webster, Congresamen
Hawley and -BUI hava been lSvlted to
speak, and all aave Senator Fulton will
probably be present a, W"V
wgaaa ro mo -is3U(.iun ui nriintips j xai
J.e,l P.rI11;"LK-rF' ?n McMlnTf
. .... auU Huiiii n. vrums, secretary,
treasurer, of Albany. . Timrnm. iTii
In. all ....I. -a ZZ'JZr'lT'.
vj;;.m.,mm vi rnruana Will ba
the gueata of the ruat can-Wa .
geeral good time has been planned for
Out of ISO-rural carrier. innJ'
the assocUtton has 100 on the membeS
sh p roll. - It Is expected that 16 more
will be admitted tomorrow, which will
place the Oregon association ahead of
all other states In the notmtr i.
bf percentage of . enrollment ,
ELECTION BETS PAID
. ) SO NO INJUNCTION
There will be no Inlunrtinn
Schiller & Co. preventing . tharh
oavina the election beta hnutmA . .u-, '
place at Sixth and Waehlnatnn at
V..,.rI.M ,h. I.., il.11.. - - , ...
....v.-..j ..c ..a.v uuiwr was paia, pna
day ahead of schedule . time, - and it
would therefore be Impossible to enim
the settlement of the beta . uma