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VOL. VI. NO. 82.
' PORTLAND, OREGON, "MONDAY - EVENING,- JUNE 10, ' 1907. FOURTEEN' PAGES.
'PRICE TWO' CENTS. - HAiiFlAT ZZl
'r"V " .f, m, .,
Dr, Frederick H. Van Tassell
Whosd Past Became Blank
After Being Struck on the
Head ;by 'Thng,VVym de
part for Berkeley. j '
Convalescing Patient- at' St
' Vincent's Hospital Beiter
ates Strange . Story Told
Dr. McKcnzie Brother-
in-law. ArriTes." - ; H
Dr. Frederick H. Tan ? TaaU, , tb
(imminent vounar nhvalclan 'who' dlsan
peared from hi bom In Berkeley, Cava
Ifornla, on Memorial flay la atlU at St
Vincent's, hospital here. Ba baa almost
- recovered from hla Strang experience
of wandering for 19 day In' a daied
: condition from Berkeley to Portland and
will leav for hta hom with IV.W.
Burn of Rdondo, California, hla broth-
r-ln-law, tomorrow morning..
Whan seen today in nrtvate room num-
bar It 4a the hoapltal Dr. Van Taeaell
' aald: ' ' ' .. ' " - ' ,
Veal All Might How. v' v. .
"Thinga ara alowly' clearing- up for
rae. I feel all right now, although moat
of .na toast 10 days are cloudy to me.
1 rmTibr leavlng-th hou , about
half past eight In the evening of Me
morial 4y to neat . maa -at the foot
audden confinement case. Then all la I
blank -till. 1 came to In a das some
..' where late that night r X think It must
nave oeen oaaiana. v , .
"There waa blood oa my face and
Irulaa . oa my forehead. Somehow.
(Continued oa Page Two.) . ? ,S
PET DOG F
."BrM," a Year-Old Setter
Ovned by A. L. Upson, Is .
Clever Moneys-Getter." ; .
r -A. U TJpaon'a v. Llewellyn aetter
' "Brltt" brought boma a purse yeater-
day afternoon containing $1.18. some
tin aa-a the lntelllcent Pet found, a
puree containing $1.60 la email change
lnd a few montha before that ba came
trflttlng Into the bouae with . money
' bag In hla mouth, but It had opened
and contained nothing af valufi L.
Mr. Upson, who liveaat Broad
way, began .to wonder if the dog wae
; true to hie ' pedigree r a common
mongrel of the street .He had raised
him on a bottle from the day hie little
dudov eyea smarted rrom uie nrsi rays
fVL iigm ana
VAN JASSELL CASE A MYSTERY
"'A":' f ,
S T Ril I G H T S llLO "0 II
'.'I ;i , i ...... 'tl ilA-iT"
Observance ; of Xlquorlaw
l Causes Abandonment of
DUmayed by the trlumphaljeeleotlon
of Mayor XAne, thereby guaranteeing no
modification of the prevailing policy In
the north and district the edict of Dis
trict Attorney Manning that on and
after June 1 all ealoone must , close
their ' doors on Sunday and the unre
laxlng vigilance of the police,1 Hugo
rita. Drooriecor 01 luriCKSon s conoert
nail on jsurnsiao etreet, permanently
closed the doors of the . theater at 1
'clock this morn mat 'and carnentera are
now busy removing all partitions prep
aratory to throwing open the place aa a
straight saloon. , ; v . i
, The action of Frits came as a distinct
surprise to the police and caused much
?mmeni. wim ine rigid enforcement
the ordinance- nrohlbltine- woman to
be employed In place where liquor is
sold, it became necessary for the concert
hall managers to serve nothinr but anft
drinks in their establishment In order
could hardly , believe bis
fax ImDUea wiin me vu iniiH:
he street curthat he had stolen this
mMr., Upson decided to solve the mys
tery and after- considerably -trouble
learned tnat tne jasi purso -.. unraiui
home by "Brltf belonged to - Master
Lawrence Mann of 40 Schuyler street.
Sent on an errand to the nearby grocery
store the boy lost tne purse In the tall
grass and the closest search on the
part of himself and all the boys in the
neighborhood failed to - restore it
"Brltt" came along, found it and took
The dog Is only a' year old. and If he
continuea bringing homa loet .purses at
the rate he has started Mr. Upson wlU
soon be rated among the capitallats.
Soma day jnay brlngra big fortune, as
thera la no telling what might be In a
parse. ', -v- -i
Contlnued oa . Page ' Twelve.)
Witness Summoned to Cor
roborate Assassin, States
latter is Brute and Liar -
fSays Every Statement Im
; j k plicating: Him Is False.
ued Admits Being Visit
; ed in Prison by McParland
and HawleyIIe Did Not
; -Want to.Kill Trainmen.
''J ? M
' ' (TOornel tpeeial lervice. ,':
Boise, Idaho, June 10. Steve Adams,
implicated bi. Orchard In most of hla
alleged crimes, denounce Orchard aa a
brute and a Uar. Ha declares every
statement ha made, where It implicates
him, is falsa. Adams got la early today
la custody, of -deputy -sheriffs and la
locked us In the county Jail.. He "was
acoompanled by- hla:. attorney, John
Woarna,,; who: defended : ' him, 'on th
charge Of murdering Fred Trier, ' th
claim jumper, at Wallaee, lost February.
Wourns declares that the sUte will
rain nothinr bv calling Adams, aa hla
teatmony will burt its case more than
it will helo It , Adams was taken from
the county Jail at Kathdrum Saturday
night and taken to the Washington
boundary line, and eariy sunaay nia tri
hra was' biin. It had been renorte
rthairan aTtemptrwould pa tuade to se
cure Adarna release by nahaaa eorpua,
so Sunday waa decided upon for th
trip. .'.''' i -" . - -
Orchard Besnmea ktory. .
Orchard at onoe resumed th stand aa
soon a court reconvened. He looks
fresh and waa In usually well groomei
condition. Richardson resumed his
cross-examination relative to his move
ments in and about Independence, at th
time he alleges that he blew up the
depot i Th. first half hour - developed
nothing not already made' public.
Orchard admitted that he was visited
by Detective McParland at .the pent-
DR. P. H.. VAN TASSELL AND HIS
WIFE, WHO MOURNED HIM AS
(Continued oa Page Two.)
I The Weelc's Adverlisinn Record ;
A.'''' I Vf At. .'- ' " JL. .. ' '. 1 - '. - '
;ror xnc weeic enaine june v tne advertising snowing lor
the three daily papers of Portland vas as follows: ,
t Oregonian. Telegram.
Foreign . .
Classified and Real Estate 3,453 .
Totals 12,041 , " 10,001 . - 8,600
Jhe week' ending yesterday was an' exceptionally good one
for The Journal, which carried rnbre advertising in' its six
daily issues : than ; ever befof eA exceeding 12,000 inches in the
sevens issues of the week. The Journal" simply grows and
v grows, 4nd the irgenerous' peopleof ' the- Oregon country, are ;
Z' responsible for it, and theiryconfidehce shall not be misplaced. '
i ne iivc;aaverxiser Knows ; me .paper tne . greater; numoer oi.
people read.- which accounts for The Journal's ever-increasinir
f volume of advertising. -; : , .
TO GIVE BONDS
Gompers Eequires Treasur
ers of 'Xabor Bodies' to
(Joe nut gpKlal Servtee.t '
New York. June 10. On account of
defalcation of treasurer of labor or
ganlxattona th American Federation of
Labor intends to have union conduct
their finances in "accordance with busi
ness principles. "Heretofore treasures
and other custodians of money have held
office without bond. ' Hereafter men on
trusted with such responsibility wlU
have to giv security.
Samnel Gompers, president of the
American Federation,' haa written to
the various organizations saying: '
"The"' American Federation of Labor
requires that at least one financial .of
ficer of each union should be under bond
for the faithful discharge of his duties.
"BONUS" RECEIPTS ISSUED BY PLUMBEES PE0
! - TECTIYE ASSOCIATION ; v
a-"-,"' -.f-.-."".-, -.
etaia ai rredhewwe Cewpeay, To
(Tk Oaaeral aUallold C. FraakUa, fa. .
- " MuiTiiatx moncv ftcccirr toot
Stupendous' Secret Graft of
Bonuses and Overcharges
r Filches Monthly. Fortune
j From Pockets of the Homo
Builders of Portland. '
System Sandbags People on: '
:l . , "Wholesale Bobbery in
; Five Months Has Beached
Eighty Thousand Dollars.
.. :: uiaarai laaation cey rrann.:ra.at. j
THE UFPER CUT SHOWS A "BONUS" CHARGE OF $7 EACH ON 43
& FIXTURES. THE GRAFT ON THE OTHER WAS RAISED TO $8.75
To mora effeetivelv carry out the reso
lution of th convention, officer of the
American Federation of Labor ara dl
rected to have the financial officer of
local unions placed under bonds - with
some reliable bonding company. - All of
ficers who handle money should also bo
placed under bonds. In ease of a strike
or lockout It Is naceesary for your union
to have a bonded officer to receive strike
benefits. - y
ABOUT dins. EDDY
New ' Hampshire Court Ap
; points Master to Inquire
" Into Competency, .
V" v (Jtoemal Special Serrle.)
Concord, June 10. For th first time
since th beginning of the Christian
Science litigation, lira. Eddy ' herself
waa the actual plaintiff today in the
proceedings before Judge Chamberlln.
She was not present in court but her
attorney 'a motions emanated directly
from her. The motions ask the court
to determine If Mrs. Eddy's , interests
ar being protected.
xne court announcea ioaay tnat it
would aonoint a master to Inauira into
Mrs. Eddy' competency. The appoint
ment wlU not be made for several daya.
- Bryce Guest of Chicago.
:''"''i:'.5;Vi-raaI SiwcUl Berrlee.) 1
Chicaao. Jun 10. -Ambassador Bryce
of Great Britain arrived her thia morn
ing. He will deliver the sixty-third
convocation address at the University
of Chicago today. Hp will b the guest
of United States Senators Hopkins and
Cullonuand will -meet other prominent
personages at the Hopklna borne at Au
rora, Illinois. -
LID NAILED Oil
Clir OF ST. PAUL
First Dry Sunday in City's
History No Arrests.
4 Were Made;,
(7ovaal Special Serrle.)
St Paul, Minn, Jun .10. For th
first tlm in It life of 10 .year St
Paul ha a lid and an exceedingly tight
one at tlytt Sunday the new lid was
screwed down and it waa the driest day
ever experienced in this aectlon. Not a
drink was to' b obtained for love or
money after 12 o'clock Saturday night
and the drinking populace went about
with parched throat with th excep
tion of those wis enough to lay in an
mergency(upply Saturday night
In police1 circles the effect of the lid
was considerably felt, not an arrest be
ing made in th entire city after 10
o'clock Saturday night
Saloonkeeper about th olty estimat
ed that they lost all the way from $50
to $?00 apiece yesterday and it is un
derstood many saloons in' th suburbs
and laboring districts, largely depend
ent on Sunday, trade, will be forced to
go out of business within a few weeks
if the new order of things keeps up,
and there seems to b no auton that
It will. ' ;.: v,"t:.
So eystematio and thorough ar th
secret operations conducted by the Fort
land plumbers trust that the hug sum
of graft money extracted from the pub
lic month after month drops silently into
th coffer of. th-, combine, there to b
divided as regularly among tha contrib
utors to th fund, without arousing tnor
than- passing suspicion. Only at long in
tervals, when th gouge 1 jammed too
deep Into an individual. Is there a mur
mur ol protest againnt th whoiesai
robbery and fleecing of the people which
i Deing camea on a ay. alter a ay.
Figures in the office of William Hey.
th ' plumbing- laspeetor for this - city,
show that between January 1 and "June
1 of this year there were 8,1 2$ fixture
placed In - Portland home and business
block by local plumbing firms.
f On each .of these fixtures, over and
above their cost. the trust levied
"bonus" charm of $5. a total of 1J1.1J0.
This tribute to the combine was exacted
by tbe plumbing firms upon every per
il rirm wni
ich had plumbing dc
and is in accordance -with an agree'
son and firm
ment which-each plumbing firm sanc
tions when it Joins th trust
Systematt Form of obbery.
In addition ) to this sum. over and
above the cost of labor and material, a
profit on both, and th $6 "bonus"
charge attached -.. to each ' fixture, th
trust robbed . the people In the asm
length of tlm of a sum approximating
$50,000 in "overcharges." The latter 1
(Continued on Pag Two.)
Decision of Telegraphers Re
garding Strike Is to Be
" Beached Friday.
' " (Toaraal Special 8erriee.1T ,
New York, June 10 Whether or not
there wlU be a strlk of telegraphers
against th Western Union Telegraph
company will be known positively Fri
day. The officer of th telegrapher
union will wait until Thursday morning -
Tor a reply from tha hoard of director
of th company, which meet Wednes
day. Secretary-treasurer Wesley Russell of
tha union arrived her from Chicago to .
day.' He . brought hi check , book aa
treasurer of the union, which already
baa $50,000 funds. At a meeting of th
national executive committee tomorrow ;
th raising or a oerens xuna or ioo,-
000 by an . assessment or $1 per week
per member win oa oraerea. in cas
of a strike th assessment will be raised
to $ per memDer. Kusseu saia:
"W are not looking for trouble, but
if It come w will meet it; so w ar
raising a larra defense fund. In th
vent of a strike we will have th hearty
sympathy or tne rauroaa telegraphers.
who ar 43,000 strong ana who bav
$500,000 in th treasury oi ineir union, -
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