THE OREGON "DAILY JOURNAL' PORTLAND, WEDNESDAY ...-EVENING. .JUNE ".' 23,' 1207. iltntrbiJiJrnnruuonnw 34- WAGE CilTIG i : ntu luuir ID BULL RU is II 10 MIP Prosecutor Writes Attorney J United States Attorney Bris- Bristoi ; He Will :? Be Iji I ; ; tol Did Good; Work for Logging Camp Engineer of : 'Experience Says Loggers J Squeeze Employes. , 't.3 Portland to Take Up the . Land Fraud Cases Early in July. . In a letter to United States Attorney William " C Bristol , today,' Francle J, Heney announced .nil intention of com ing to Oregon to prosecute" land fraud defendant as eoon. a .he situation at Ban Francisco permit. This 1 i x pected to be about the middle of July, although it is believed bv many per sons that Mr. Heney will be in Portland on Monday following July 4." - '' . After the acquittal of Binger Hermann In Washington last spring, air. Heney announced nls desire to come to Port land to prosecute the former commis sioner of the land office, wbo Is indicted in seveNi land fraud cases but who will be tried for his part In the Blue Mountain conspiracy lease in which Sen ator Pierce Mays, George Sorenson and Wlllard N. ; Jones were convicted laat summer. i ' Mr. Heney did not refer In his letter to what part ho would play in the case of Louis B. Glass, the telephone man, - whose trial for bribery comos up this week in San Francisco. - It is popularly believed that Mr. Heney will turn the case-over to Hiram Johnson to prose . cute,' although no such information has been given out publicly by Mr. Heney. If he should do this it would give him an opportunity to make his arrival in Portland earlier. -. In addition to prosecuting the case against Hermann. Mr. tieney win aiao prosecute R. A. Booth and former United states Attorney John A. Hall. None of these cases can be tried before July because, of the lack ' of government xunas. tni new appropriation dbcooibb effective July 1 and will be apportioned by the middle 01 tne monta. - An engineer who for the past 22 years bas been employed in the logging 'camps i ft fh Mrthwt ' fair. MnMAH with the Land Convention Held th ,oer" ln h,,r .uumt that n is necessary to cut tne wages or tne Portland While Attending at Denier. United States Attorney William C. Bristol returned from Denver last night men and raise the price of their board I id oraer 10 maae tne wage scais mors i equitable with present conditions. " "The loggers are simply trylna- to squeeze their employes a little more than-they have been doing," said the en gineer this mornlmr. 'They have been I compelling the men-to pay from to i City License Department En ters Complaint 'Against Greek Bestaurant Keepers Allege Violations of the Liquor Act. CZrftA, . raatauranta that ."all 1ln.ini. tne men-to pav from 14 to 1 ..... $4.60 for board and have herded them with meals only," Where you can buy a after attending the national land con- together in anything but sanitary sur- io-cent sandwich or a small Cup Of cof ventlon, and told today of .the fight '"'S?.,-. JSlTS. "TSSEiSr fn. "d drink your fill of beer. "will be which had been waged to save the Bull wages at least 10 per cent and at the compelled to quit business or be classed Bun reservation from being thrown I Bme time raise the price of board tolas saloons if the complaint of the city open, thus savin the right, of the city V?" " 0,?."S'. n, . W.t ' f "cense department is heeded by the to the use of the famous Bull , Run man who works in the woods, this is an counc11 license committee, which meets water. ' . ,- outrage, in the old .days the loggers next Monday, Fire Chief Campbell Busy! Granting Bequests to Sell 5 Fireworks for Fourth. . Chief ; Campbell of the city fire de-1 partment was ' busy ' this morning is suing permits for the sale of fireworks in the city, granting 11 Jjp to noon. nits The wording of the permits was ar ranged under direction of City Attor ney. McNary ln orded to Insure complete safety in the handling or tne explosives the ordinance regulating the traffics be ing oDjecuoname in : a . numoer or in stances. No permits will be issued where cigars or tobacco are kept for use or for sale and the same provision holds rood in Telegraph Companies to Be Investigated . Jby , Federal Authorities With View of . Commencing Prosecution Under Sherman Act. , ! respect to dry goods, toys or other.llgntl ; . : , (Journal Special Service.) ' . , '. Oyster Bay, N..Y, June 28. President material of combustible nature. Roosevelt - today sent to Chier , smith No person will be permitted to have of the bureau of corporations a telegram more than 60 pounds of powder In any I. ... . .. . i . and '..la f knnh, n 1nhl. m m WIWU-iUOf UI1WU UIlll headera within the limits of t the. city the president to proceed against the two is Strictly Prohibited. ' The Ordinance h(a tala.nnli onmninliK for violation nf also provides that no fireworks shall be -,,. i.. emith win miar nM in .r, hinin- in tbt anti-trust .laws. smith will start Judge Landis Orders Head of ' Oil Trust to Appear in Court in Person to Tell of Alleged Bebates Given by Alton Boad. Furthermore, It la very that portion of tne , city known . affid I legal proceedings if he finds the point The convention was called by inter-J 'I " " VkJI IZZiZlAi eiy mat arter July l. when the high designated as tne nre limits. , . weir taken. liAaMI. I Ih. incnininl'i ttnhllnl.. -u.. ....- j license sroea Into titfnnf an' Ardtnarua I ' umnwiui tor oraiwi iu nil or la nil nnllrv'. wh ininnilMi to Din I th.i, inir. Th nanux ih, .. I willbe passed bv the counoil Prohibiting lutlons purporting to express the sen- of the woods with oxen and were com- reetiurants , from selling liquor with timent of the western states condemn- polled to care for and feed some six Pi"?" clock in the morning, ing the government's policies.- Before or eight yoke of oxen and pay a driver tn hour that . saloons must ob- the convention adjourned . resolutions from $160 to 1200 a month to , take . , ' " , u. were passed to the contrary, and upheld care of and drive the teams. : T0wrfk "eBtVrnts were Investi- the administration in nearly every 4e- . "At the present time the loggers are f?1"1 by license officials this week, ami tall. , .. i receiving ill and ill & thousand for I w iM!r. lo-,r"'!U HILLSBOEO BESTOWS ELECTBIC FBANCHISES ? . ' ejs"""eBeiep . (SpcIU DtapaMi'ts Tb JoeraaLI Hillsboro, Or, June 20. The city council last night granted a franchise to the Oregon Electric Railway company through this city on Base Line street, and also granted a franchise to the United Railways company through the city by way of Main street, with the right to use either First, Second or Third streets for connection ' With the southern limits of the city. : The Oregon Electric company binds itself to complete its main line into Hillsboro within three months, and com plete the road to Portland by December 81. 180S.'. ' - The United Railway company agrees to have its line in the city constructed, within one year, and the line to Port-1 land in operation within two years. ' 3IABK TWAIN IS GIVEX; OVATION IK ENGLAND Mr. Bristol was a member of the their logs, and one engine is doing the men? ne .revocation or tneir. licenses. it,.. ,..Ain. mnA it i at I work tit msnv vnkea nt mn . Th. in. I In the restaurant operated bv John Pu its meetings that the warmest fights gers get their fuel from the woods and !? ' North Fourth street, 125 tor- .I,,. n.f nr. iha Mnv.nllmi i. I n tha engineer th mnnlflAMil malarw 1 ClgnerS " Were ICund bV. the ; Officials Journed Mr.' Bristol had been given the j of IS and 1.60 a day, with all lost time lounging around, playing pool and other title of the J "belligerent delegate from taken out Kme and smoking long Turkish pipe, Oregon." by the Denver newapapera, sol "This illustration shows Just what Three waiters served the crowd, but the active was he in. fighting the interests the conditions are in the logging camps, ornclala say not half a dosen dishes which sought to control the convention. The loggers are making more money were ln sight at the time.' In regard to the Bull Run question, than' they ever did, and yet all the time The same conditions , prevailed at 2 Mr. Bristol said that a resolution was are trying to add to their surplus out North Sixth street in the restaurant offered recommending that all forest re- of the margin they are able to clip from conducted by Peter Mitchell, a Greek serves be opened for entry. It was ap-tne wages of their employes." . I With an Anglicized name. offer for sale any firearm or. toy piston Boise, Ida., June 2. The Western i0.?y. .'..V'L.. f.iP1;'1 Union has notined the public that ail i.i -Jl , ii.VKr.i m,"M are taken only supject to in of age caught . discharging firearms ( or I deflnita delav , - - - fnv nlarnia mav nak nrtuiaM.il taart. 1 " parent that the resolution would pass on a vote taKen at tne time oi iniroaucuon, i fitru'TfKfYD T 4 ITifVO ensure uvi vrj.li x ait U Wll a. so the delegates opposed'to the measure proposed amendments. Tne resolution was finally amended so that no reserves contiguous to municipalities depending upon their water supply from the re serves ehould be opened to settlement In speaking of his trip-to Denver, Mr, Bristol said: ' ' r "Out of 1,000 delegates to the eon Evidently the business Is proving ex tremely -popular, for this morning jonn Marandas & Co. filed an application for TrvTTvr lmri ttz-vit license to open a restaurant ana "sen V d Villi ill JUAiaUi liquor with meals only" at (0 North rounn street. waranaa a piace win oe aillw InVMl.vilatl Vw tnrm m 1 1 A.rt la tepecMi tnspatcs to xne JooniiLl triven him. the officials state. Salem, June 28. John McMahon of 4 Restaurants have been granted per Grant eountr wha w. ..rvln- - iia, mission to sell liquor with meals for LOOK REMIT 4 " (JToamal Special, Saryice i:' ' Chicago, June 2 Judge Landis this afternoon dlreoted his clerk to Issue subpoenas for John D. Rockefeller, with. W.;H. Tllford and' C M. Pratt, presi dent and secretary of the "standard Oil company in New Jersey, and J. A. Mof. fatt president, and O. W. Stall, secre tarypl of the '.Standard Oil company in Indiana, to appear ln his court July to' testify concerning the Ailton rebate case. , He saya he will summon others. - H. E. Folton, president-of the Union Tank line and director of traffic for the Standard OIL and F. A. Wann. a high official of the Alton, road at the' time 0 PR vention. Colorado had and Wyoming sentence in" the ; Oregon penitentiary, present licence Is ISO per Quarter. After 17. This gave them strong aavan- was pardoned today by Governor Cham- July 1 reatauranta must pay 76 per tage OVer the Other States, but by the Iherlnln. In hl nrAr tnw. .k. tk. nuarla, . tflu Jnl 1 aalnminan tin. time the delegates wew passed by the governor says that' petitions had been der the amendment to the city charter credential committee, of which Ralph presented to him asking for executive enacted at the . last election, will be m . i. k ..h3.. " "n"1 o McMahon and that compelled to pay izoo per quarter. resolutions had been "eased distributing a number of the. Jurors who tried the Restaurants can remain open all night, 2?2.h!..l? hftinnS llirf' IJU pr!E2n?J ?ad Ip'nod. He says further: but saloons must close at 1 o'clock, and niV,.hJ fiSL.Tl-i 5 Ti ti "McMahon, although sentenced for life this' Is the reason, officials say. that n?mr2nfi h.fJ?nJ tJ.S f.nd ?a,an served only a little more causes the Greeks to pen restaurants one time a faction threatened to aa- than ten ..n.. ....... t . . . . . . . . , JSHffl f:"?' .,J.ump 1.nI"V..,b u 16-year sentence, suffered punish- of other restaurants will also be inves- MnP "-r; h hourly readings from ta.ni. r.?or:.f.T.nM.T.Kr"' first five years of his tigated for aUeged violations of the or- elf lc operators. President Sam Small. of the Telegraphers' union, . said last nignti ., - ....... v -i- . . "The Southern' Pacifle fficlala have discharged several operators at outside points on complaint from ' Chief Op erator Jerrs or tne western union west Oakland office; that they have lnter- ierea witn tne worxing or western Union wires. The Commercial.. Teleg raphers' union of America and the Order a. 1 .1 1 1 . . i tnlo.llnii. iM i,. i, Hn Ka el1v aa I " naurusu x virg I ayuni a ui America ...u.x . " ... nivi a. wnrlclna- a rrAtmant . Khnuli IIk. tropical at B o'clock this evening as at crimination axalnat railroad operators the corresponding hour last night, when ! on compiami or tne .weatern union - AA A. f vvnuUUQ. 1 11 CIO IB KTITB URIl KRT or iina lu" "n-rcur, muarmu u m. .ywgrw Southern P.nifln nn.r.tnra hanmln., in. nnlah "Tfca unnla Tn-tA ... I . ". .. w ivii. u yvufji, v. va u.mi .a V m w vol VVQ. tering in the heat, but the night re- It Is claimed that these men were dls main cooL Those who suffered much charged without a hearing. The West f rom the heat yesterday came out all ern Union officials declare that the rail right this morning after a night's good road has a definite contract with the rest. . , .-- railroad operators which renders a One man was overcome by the-heat strike practically impossible. 1 yesterday. The vioum of-the high tern- Although both Poatal and Western perature is a blacksmith employed in a Union companies declare that conditions shoo at the corner. of Fifth and Davis are improving . It la dsnlare1 hv tha streets operated by G a Borquist He I operators here that the companies areJ was taxen to oia.nome ana is out oi peing nopeiessiy flooded with business danger today. v . i- -j end that they are far' behind. The The weather bureau records show Western Union declares that it is never that the temperature . waa higher this more than half an hour behind with morning than veaterdav. and it Is ha. I business ' and ,hat mnrnm.nl dla. restaurants lieved therefore that it mar be even patches are being handled without de- Ban p,i..i ,., : . . . oiiiciBj ot tne Alton roaj at tne . time rfv2"fJS, TrJr.tl-r." th lleea rebates were granted, will Strik! uiUtt. th. RoiiXrS p!. al" b ummoned... - J Vri". .ieni... . 'SJJZ The court announced that he would Mm. to a a-tl.fiu.torv crtnclu.lon , i. kVk "1 "'" "-aiea lor auegea --- - - : . i w.a iiiun . unu.uAi ami aa. I 1 n u ... t....l . lay. reports i rom cntcago say that more esiunons were passea inaorsing tne yere, having for two years been con cernment's forest reserve policy, na-1 fined in a a.i. ..,1 Jr tlonal IrrlgaUon plan., fuel and with- acled a part of the time with his feet o'clock this afternoon: 6 a, m.. 06: 1 than 1.000 messages are plied up an 6 a. m., 67; T a. m., 70: 8 a. m., 78: that end of the Oakland wire and the (Joaraal gpeetal 8TTle.) London, June . 28. Affection of the English people for Mark Twain was ex . hlbited yesterday when a luncheon was given in his honor. .Members of parlia ment, who were forced to miss one of the most important sessions of the as- , sembly, were present and ' the great American humorist was given an ova tion seldom tendered, to a guest in Eng-' land.; There were but two toasts. "King i- awara ana tne rresiaent or tne united states" and -"Mark Twain." - One of the featurea of the luncheon was when Mark Twain mentioned notic ing a placard upon his arrival which announced -"Mark Twain Arrives" and "The Ascot Cup Is Stolen." . The humor ist assured the assemblage that he had not stolen the cup, as he had not had .tne opportunity. , rOSED AS JIAN TO BLACKMAIL MOTHER ' (Jouraal Special Service.) Chicago, June Sc. Because " she wanted to blackmail her . own mother. ' the woman known as Nlcholal De Ray : lan. masqueraded as a man for 18 years and was married to two women. Tbo reason for this strange masquerade was ; learned when the contents of a diary left by the dead woman were made pub- De Raylan was angry at her mother . because she would not disclose the IdenUty of the girl's father. She took the attire of a man and- convinced the authorities that she was such in order to be revenged upon her parent, it being a crime in Russia to conceal the sex of , a male child.' Later she came to Amer ica and served as the secretary of the Russian legation, and her sex was not . discovered until after her death a short - time ago in Phoenix, Arizona. . COTTAGE GB0VE GIEL NS FAILIy( P1E - (Special Dispatch te The JoornaL) University of Oregon. Eugene, June I. Antoinette Burdlck of Cottage Grove was awarded first prise, known as the Failing prize of 8180, and Max 8. Handman of Portland the second, known aa the Beekman, of 8100, in the contest held here - last night. - . ' Handman's oration. "The Blight of Precedent," dealt with the Jewish race and made an extraordinary impression. Other contestant were: Francis V. Galloway, with "The Menace of Special - Privilege": Henry McKlnney. "The Ideals of Yesterday and Tomorrow," and John . Latourette. . "Better Democracy Throngh More Democracy." All were drawal, but recommended that bona tide weighted with Oregon boots." and in claim pass topatent; protection of addition thereto was severely flogged wf.t,er arl5hU a TJ? cnvenUon unquali- md at least upon one occasion beaten fledly indorsed the government's policy ini i...ihih. . " au of prosecuting land thieves." The governor gives among the'Veasons Mr. Bristol went to Denver as a pri-lfor th. nwinn " "Wa.,.a " lrt.Ti ': vate citizen and not as a represent-1 and because of some extenuatina. .in. of the Pacific coast, waa reelected Mon Ivintf k rannme?h.it.,iwi,tf cumstaiices connected with the killing day to the office of secretary and treas- ; -- " . -. il . . . , . --. j LiiarKeu unn aeienaant, ana oecauae the fact that he is federal attorney for In hi. .. .nnj.i . ." in- -i.w'Va.i V-i.C ",".u?l"""lnml'n-l restore nimseir .r .-i.;aT .kI.Tk- -.7."." a V " 10 eui eitiaensnip." c rial r man oi tbe uregon Cieiegauone. . a. m., 71; 10 a. m 81; 11 a. m.. 83; 1 number is rapidly increasing. The noon, .84: I p. m., 85 '$ operators also make capital of the fact Yesterday's readings were: I a. m., that the companies are advising their 88; a, m., ); 7 . m., (4; 8 a. $i; patrons to use the telephone wires 9 a. m., 68; 10 a.m., 71; 11 .a. m., 78; whenever possible, although the com- 1S noon, 80; 1 p. m., 94; 2 p. m., 88;- 8 panies declare that this is because they p. m.. 88; 4 P. m, 89; t p. 10: 8 p. fear outside Interference with the lines. F.VaBarf. champion checker player l"" 8 g- i ' 5 il.l Pi08". B?" .of. the telegraphors brokerage offices ' were being : used to handle public business and notice waa promptly served , upon the . owner of chImpion checkeb; PLAYER OF THE COAST go into the Innermost workings of the on trust, its subsidiaries, the railroad, and the other corporations with which it transacts business, especially the dec- laratlon of dividends.' Through its attorneys the trust had defied the court, telling Judge Landis that his request for information con cerning the company' profits wa "im pertinent and extra Judicial." , . Judge Landis insist upon Rockefeller and the other appearing in court. If Rockefeller succeeds in dodging the sub poena H. II. Rogers will be sure to at- tend. . - - 7. :v'--'-"- fc- 4 j-v.-.,. ENCAMPED VETERANS PARADE AT NEWBEBG Flag Presentation at High School Election of Officer- Thi After noonClosing Program. HUMAN VULTUEES COMMENCEMENT DAY - EXERCISES AT. YALE 0BEG0N B0YAL ANNES r , GO INTO COCKTAILS ' (Special Dispatch t TbetJoenML) (Joeraai RpecUI Serrtc.) , u A eaiem, or., June 28. The Royal Anne I New Haven, Conn., June !. The for- herry grown .in the yiclnlty of Salem mat exercises of commencement day at ii,I?. ?1ut 2rJh fPft yi. ir.n thla itt, v-a. . California. Arthur C Raas of San Zaie; began thl morning .with pro- Francisco, representing the firm of H cession Of the officers, graduates, can- J. Lyon A Raa of San Francisco, is dldates for degrees snd invited guests .--'re overseeing the preparation of some i" vuaica cuuiiiu. is nmiirr ivv oarreis 01 itoyai Anne cnerrles for hall I. AMM.vAa.A. .Uk .. , n 1 U . L . . 1 m . . exercises of graduation opened with the will ba converted inkn man.oi.ii.. ann '.nfiDf.? ,,lr,t .ouf vrM ot the delight the palate of connoisseurs r.f 8ixty-flfth Psalm, which was sung in IcocktaLs, ays: iw"., I m. iiiMninj oi -it 18 lAaeea a tribute to the Oregon S-1"1.?01166 rected in New Haven. Royl Anne that it can meet the exast J" TIL0"" 5e.e re ?'ef ! demands for the making of that del- VI..i-...T...A 'J....7. AS."" 3 "5 .y icaie spirit, sine tne cnerry must be i d stlnguished guests. The dinner of the proper sis and grade, of good flavor ?nn?wiin.hih!L"mr!;.lt3:ntdln,n,r ,ha11 nd- ,n ntlrelr fult!"""0'' KhVriTnT."1, fi ,.Th Salem Mutual Canning company pWon. At the conclJeioB i of the T din- Preparmg tne cnernes lor snipmenL ner tnere was an elaborate program of toasts and ' responses. -The exercises close this evening with- the president's reception in Memorial hall for the brad uates and invited guest.,' , . , PORTLAND MAN WILL CLOUDBUEST EFFACES CONTBACTOR'S CAMP (Special Dif patch to The Journal) Helena, Mont, June 26. A cloudburst LIGHT UP GLEND ALE I yeaterday near Terry resulted In tbo (Special DUpstch te The Journal.) ' Glendale, ' Or.,' June 28. A 20-year franchise for an electric light system ha been granted ! by the. council to James H. Moore, an electrical expert! vm. f ui imuu, - wuu una uepusitea a, casn guarantee to complete a lighting plant wiinio six monins. ine KOseDurg iqis electric system was in the hands of jos Angeies parties waa in error. The Los Angeles interest is confined to the highly applauded. ( The Judges were Rev.v Mac H. Wal lace of Detroit Michigan, ReV. Herbert Johnson of Massaehusetts, and Judge mir wj. m aujjjciiio court or ijrcgon. Victim of bloody MURDER DISCOVERED Missoula, Mont, June 28. The nude body of an unknown man was found In a bunch of tali weeds near Frenchtown, west of here, yesterday afternoon, v: The body was that of the victim of a murder wnicn na naa ine onicers at their wits' end in the effort to solve.-. Tha nni. ... tlcle found on the corpse which might ji-nn i iuciuuii:.uuR was a uaurornla t.olltax receipt, bearing the name Jim l.fnirenta. The face of the corpse was niGoen wnn an oia snir The body was revered with cuts and bruises, the skull fractured and the jawbone broken. The limn rviuenijjr oaa oeen aeaa lor sev eral days. . ','..' KING IIA RRI3IAN LOANS ALTOY'BOAD fTTTJOV A"htrrtnn, June 28. 1 i'.!S nioi'iiiiig that E, ! . ,t i the Alton road 2. it is re 1 H--IiVrlma 4 81.0000 to reported an haa avert box factory,' which was mentioned in the dispatch in such a wav na to In. elude the electric, protect Tha T.a Angeles people will put ln the box fac tory, out ineir relation to tne electric project will be that of customers, not WORKMEN KILLED IN COLLAPSED SCAFFOLD (Joaraal special Service.) -San Francisco, June 28. By the col lapse of the scaffolding around a brick building in course of construction, one man was killed and one tally injured, while three 'Others were badly Injured. The dead: j Thomas Bennett .Afe-H.-. v. Men were at work on the second noor, wnen, witnout warning, the scaf folding gave way, precipitating them into tne oasement, pricks on the scat folding eraabing on top of them.. VOLCANIC DAM IS - V CAUSE OF DEATH --. , t ' (Joeraai Special gerrlee.) varparalso, Chile, June 28. A volcano which haa appeared in the La Union district of the province of Ualdlvia has sioppea tne course ot the apabulun river with an immense stone dam. An extensive lake has been formed and the waters nave fliied the, valley up to the crater. The pressure has swept the dam away Inundating the country. Four- .crcu wi i.ca iia.Yv ueen .xuuuu. ' . H0LIVER MEG0RDEX . MUST HANG FRIDAY I (Special Dispatch' to Tbe Joeraat) - Salem, Or., June 2. The law 1111 have to take its course In the case of Hollver Megorden, the Malheur county murderer, who killed bis wife at Nyssa and who Is to be hanged here Friday. The governor haa declined to exercise clemency In. his behalf. .. . , Syracuse Win Race. ' (ftpeets! m.pitra to The JoarnL . Poughkeepsie. N. T.. June 28 Syra cuse won the four-oared shell - raca over the two-mils course thi afternoon. death of a woman and between 60 and 70 horses. The cloudburst struck the camp of H. A. Whittier, one of the sub contractors working on the Chicago, Mil- wauaee ana et. raui, ana swept it zrom existence. The horses, attached as they were to grading outnts, were neipiess, while the woman was along at the camp, prurauiy, ana peing unaoie to swim. wa drowned in Sandstone creed." The scene of the disaster Is about 20 miles I rom Terry on the Yellowstone river. mm WILDCAT WAS' ONLY PLAYING DEAD Y''. J' ' -"; . ''-aafafaaaaaaaataaaakajaaasM,''-.;: - -'V (Special pupates te The Jooroel.) Astoria, Or, June 26. Dr. - Frank Vaughn, on his return from a trip to hi ranch on Prlngs liver, between Saddle and Green mountains, had quite an ex perience with a wildcat which nearly killed him. He took a shot at the cat on sight, and believing he ' had. killed it he went up to it Tbe animal sprang at him. He bad thrown his rifle down and had onl" a knife with which to pro tect himself. After a severe struggle ne succeeaea in anting tne cat. : He re ceived a number of minor injuries and many scratcnes. jja-.i,: -rj.i ;:!:vr,:),-, ' i ' ' m i :-H$ ARGUMENTS CLOSED : ; L NAT HALL; CASE ,i. u :t-if , r .. . .... . (flpeelsl DUMteb te Tbe Jearaal.l La Grande. Or- June 2. Tha attor neys In the Nat Hall - case concluded their arguments at 2 o'clock this after noon., and Judge Crawford immediately began his instructions to the jury. Out side surmise as to tne result or the jury's - deliberations range from - dis agreement to a verdict of acquittal. . SIX PERISH IN FIRE AT JAMESTOWN FAIR (Joaraal , gpeclal Bervlee.) Norfolk. Va.. June.. 26. Six i lives were lost ln a fire this morning which destroyed a dosen buildings adjoining the Jamestown . exposition. The fire, which was of mysterious 'Origin. did. property damage amounting to 8300,000, pesioes claiming tne victims mentioned. FINED FOR SELLING, LIQUOR TO MINORS John Kublek. nronrietnr nf a aalnnn at Russell street and Union avenue, was fined 826 thi morning for selling liquor to minora Roy Hayes and Frank Rhodes, aged 17 and 18,'f respectively, were found In the nlnrn Vui.nl.. hv Officer R. H. Stahl. Rhodes had in his noPsesBion a bottle of beer which be bad usi pursnaata. . , ji . ....:. '-v-V. ., ' ' Jr' - - ft . HELD TO GRAND JURY eTrlvate lines that the7 muTt eViie i . - . . , j . or luty wouta ua invoivea in tne stnae. Dallle Jean and ueorge . savage, TfkTTXT if A nxTTTT rrrv -xirrr T chargedf with taking the earning of Villi- iiAA V JJA A UXJJU scarlet women, were bound over to the! . T)PftP TTTIR -TTTirR H ATT. grand jury this morning by Judge Cam- v ' rnn. Tn default nf 1 find nail aaeh nf I 1 1 . fa. the men were remanded to Jail. 1 John MacNulty Is Hth name of the Five women arrested are held under I successor of William HL -Ledbetter aa small ball bonds and will be used a hydrographic officer at this port accord.- I Tvi men" captured Tn the id - were n t0 " received her today from sentenced to th rockplle. Mr.- Ledbetter to H. M. De France who nmpuriiru naa cnarge oi tne oruce DISCHARGED -ONES thVtimT baTC'thrciocS a . T . '..l..r na."lcu",; " present in vvaan- I ii A lf.fi H AN F S ngxon city 11 is supposed ne win start IV.llVUUXi V;AOXiO for, Portland at once, since Mr. Id- . f i i ' f better left for Constantinople last nTght Frank J. Snow, Joseph F, Keslng and i? "CnCpf . 2 0"lun commander in rt . A-. , '' njr. vwyiiM.., w,.WM.n UUbUUW from the service of the city for alleged incompetency, will present their side of the case to the police commission at 8 o'clock thla afternoon at tha nrv hall . Joe Day. against whom chars-ea -vara also made, will be given a bearing later WAGES OF BABBEBS WILL BE INCBEASED At Its meetlna. tnnlarht tha . fnnmav. oy tne ponce commission. Kay left for " . " " " . . London In May to bring an alleged em- j men Barbers' union will likely declare bezzler to Portland. P, E. Berg, Reelected Secretary of American Checker' Association. HOLY B0LLEBS' TENT in effect the new wage scale as an nounced last week. It is also llkelv that Labor day, the Fourth of July and Christmas day will be declared full holiday for barbers. . The wage scale urer of the American Checker assocla tion. This is the second tine the honor has been riven htm. The association 3VBECKEDBY" TOUGHS liaYncr;..e tho'rag.s onartt thtt no Increaaa In tha charges tn nat. (Sptelat Dhpatcb to' The JoereaL) I rons is contemplated. . t , Tacoma, Wash. June 26. The Holy ' ' rep"re.ent. rX?j UTit "nS" RoUera, who began a campmeetlng here "R ATJERHOP- PTJOTlTTPiTS hArlrsi rilstvatrsl tf anv ailmlla apm nla. 1 la s -awa&aalr Y,tM V. aaf a viaat a. a. i a I " IIIGHER NEXT MONTH Pnn art a Mr Wara- raalHea rt i.ll nnrtl, ? I imoaiuqn mil nignt. Twent7-third street " nr..r.n, : S.ta"nf- m.Vh plaints were made to the police, who reiusea to suppress mem. -Toughs set tled the matter, and the Rollers may not JANITORS COMPLETE the tentCwas torn down ?h. Ro!ier tSk refugs in their chapel, where service Th. list of janitor, for the variou. ed the "clpel.eak? a 11 "1$ (Rperlal Olspateb te Tbe JooraaL) T ' vf . I Newberg, Or., June 26. Th featur. of the several days' program of tha state O. A. ,R. encampment will be the election of officers, which will take place this afternoon.: Prominent .can didate are: - 8. F. Blythe . of Hood River, for department commander; George W. Allen of Newberg, for senior vice-commander: Mrs. Helen N. Packard . of Portland for department president of the Woman's Relief Corps. The popular feature of 'the day was the parade and flag raising. A beau-; tlful flag wa presented to the Newberg . high school, tbe presentation belmr maae py tne past commander or tne w. . R. C. In the parade were the O. A. R, W.R- C. ladlea of the O. A. R., Sons . of Veterans, Woodmen of the World ,' and citizens. A W. O. W. drill closed the parade portion of the program. About 1,600 delegates arid visitors are -assembled. ' . .; This evening' thecampflre will b. held. A concert program will be a fea ture of this event An excursion to various local point of .interest will be given the city's guest tomorrow forenoon. In the after- . noon a joint installation of officers will be held. The farewells will be spoken tomorrow night , ( , SMALL FIRES MAKE . FIRE FIGHTERS WORK Numerous Blaxeg Yesterday and Tills - Morning Rob Department Men ' i . , ofsTbelr Sleep. . ' . LIST OF NEW school building in the Portland lnde-1 windows, hailing stones on the roof arfQ pendent - school district was completed i""nAv',. or tne ranatica The this mornrng.: Following is the list In alphabetical order of schools: -AInswcrth, 8. W. Hunt; Arleta, O. 8. Worden; Atkinson, C F. - Eastman: orooKlyn, w. A. uguoee; center Addl ward Dunn; Clinton Kelly, E. O. Kester; uoucn, james jynscoii; .uaris, jl. c. Sloan; East Twenty-eighth, J. H. Brown; railing. A. , r. Evans: Kernwooa. Mrs. M. B. Hewitt; Fulton Park, Mrs. J. S. Rollers refused to give names. . TWO DEAD IN FUtE AT JAMESTOWN FAIR i I '(Journal Special Service.) Norfolk, Va., June 26. It " develops that.; two: are dead and three missing I'll A a I A. M 1 9. W. 0. I . . . . Cheek; Glencoe, D. Angelo; Hawthorne, XSZWm ?JLF reBUI r tj. Li; tiusman; isast sine wign, u. B. Farley; West Side High, John White- hurst; Highland, - W. E. Crerar; Hoi- A entire diock m the Pine Beach man, i'eter wnneim; xiouaaay, w. x. """-v. '."Df i" .ruauo. Wooden; Irvlngton, A. N. Rice; Ladd. Berkeley, Powhattan and ' Caroline ho H. W. j: Mitchell; n Lewellyn, W. H.- tels were destroyed with a large part Moreland: Marquam, James Hewitt: oi tne outsiae war pain. Monta villa.- . w. uraxe: Mt Tabor, c. B. Sawtelle; North Central, J. F. Burns; UrTCQTWT A 1?Tt?Q TinT TV ' Ockley Oreen, Frank Brown; Peninsula, Ml00lUl AitlJLa IIUJUI ; Mfucoim; forismoutn, Sharp: - Bellwood. Thomas F. Farley: Knaver, Alex Mcrtae; tsnattucK, M. Sehell: South Mt Tabor. C. L. Smith; Stephens, U, B, Phillips; Sunnyelde, lTh Oregon conference of ' the John Wallace; Terwilliger, Mrs. M. Woman's Home - Missionary society is EicnocK; i nompBon. wuuam r;. i xoung: I iiuiuina; an au-aay meeting toaay at tne Williams Avenue, . Albert ? P. Farley; Taylor-atreet Methodist church. Dele- wooaiawn. u. w. Lee, ana wooa stock. airs. w. it. w at son. ANNUAL CONFERENCE "WELL KNOWN TYPE 3IAN A BENEDICT Oswald ' R. "Ball, manager of the American Type .Founders company of Portland, and Miss Nettle Belle Ahrens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. -William H. Ahrens of White Salmon, were married at the latter place June 17. - The cere mony - was performed at the home of wlll be at home In Portland after July the bride's parents. Mr. and Mr. Ball 15 at 41 East Eighth street Meningitis Claims Victim. , : After a day's illness. Earl If. Gaus. 211 M Second street, died Monday after noon at St Vincent's sanitarium of erebro spinal A meningitis, - pr. J..D. Sternberg, the attending physician, states that it was the most malignant case he had ever seen and is of the opinion that the warm weather does not tend to kill the germs. It is not known I wuwv iu aioea .was coairaoieo. gates are present, from many ... outside towns ana mucn interest is manifested in' the home missionary work of the state. i.uncneen waa served the dele gate at noon. .', 1, MEMBER OF COMBINE , FEELS LAW'S ARM ' Judge Charle E. Wolverton fined the firm of Manvllle A Kinney of Eugene 220 this morning for entering into the zurniture trust, against which indict ments were returned by the federal grand jury several week ago, Mr. Man vllle appeared in court and stated that nis nrm is engaged in the second-hand pusiness. - ; Small Boys Run Away, Lawrence McGrath' '"and Rudolph Schults, two small boys, who ran a wav from the Catholic home at Beaverton, were arrested thla morning bv tha nn. lice at Portland Height. The boys, hungry, bareheaded and .barefooted, ap plied to 8. W. Hunt. 896 Twent v-flr.r street, for food and the latter, while granting . their reuuest telenhonad tn J2tu boIc station, . ( Master bakers of Portland have an nounced an advance of from X to 40 per cent in tne price or bakoshon products which will become . effective juiy,. ine aavance.in price include pies,' doughnuts, and similar article. hey claim the cost of . flour and labor nas increaaea to sucn an extent that their own-products must be increased in price. NICARAGUA TO INVADE ENEMIES' COUNTRIES , ' (Joarnal Special Service.) ' , Washington, D. C, June 26, The state department has received a - cable mes sage from Minister Mery at San Sal vador, and from Minister Lee at Guate mala, that the NIcaraguan forces are being concentrated at strategic polnta for -the '-purpose of lnvadlna- RoJvnrinr ana uuatemaia. - v MINING PROPERTY : f ! INVOLVED IN SUIT Suit 'was filed in the United Rtatea circuit court this morning by Matthew Voney and others against H. White. asking for judgment- amounting to 22,682. The suit is in equity and arises out ot the famous Williamsburg mining case wnicn nas oeen in tne courts ror several years. JUDGE FREAR MADE GOVERNOR OF HAWAII ' (Journal Special Service.) ) Oyster Bay, - June 26. Judge 1 William Freer of California was e today appointed governor of Ha wall to Uke effect August 15. : T, : ; Monument School Officers. (Special Dl'Piteb te Tbs JoaraiLI Monument. Or.. June 26. At the rear. ular annual school meeting of dtatrint No. 8. Monument, the following offi ce were elected; B. W. Bass, clerk: 5. H. Anderson, director for three vnara- W. E. White, director for two years. Child Swallows Deadly Toisonu "iSneehil piaptteb te The Jonra. Hillsboro.' Or.. June 26. The two- year-old -thlld of W. A.- Thompson of this city, swallowed by mistake a cor rosive sublimate tabtet and but for the heroic work of the nhvalcian would have died. Xb. child .will .recover. A. number of, smull fires called the. fire department out several times last night and early this morning. The most Serious was a blase ln th Oriental -Beauty parlors.- a hair-dressing estab lishment at 364 Morrison street. The loss was about $2,000. some of which is covered by insurance. Tbe cause of the blase is unknown but was caused. presumably by the crossing of electric wires. : The alarm was sounaeo a pout i o'clock. The tenants In the building, were greatly frightened, -but the blase . : was Quickly extinguished with a chemi- Another bJate at sis Couch street did about 1200 damage to a roof earlier in . the evening. A couch at the. FalrmoCnt .. house on North Sixth street caught Are -from a cigar and a' burning flue ot Third and Davis called out the depart' ment Fire brok"out at the works, of tha Pintsch Compressing , compuny, Ninth -and Lovejoy streets,' about 11 o'clock this morning, A window i was broken and other damage dene amounting ti j-' 626. The Plntaeh company is- locatedW in the terminal yards of the Northern Pacific and furnishes gas for consump tion on the overland coaches. LONG HONEYMOON IS.; FINALLY BB0KEN Two husbands, asserting that- their . wive had' deserted them, appealed to the circuit court this morning for di vorces. ' O.' P. Chamness charge that Viola Chamness deserted him after they had lived together 62 years. They eero married in December, 1874, and the de sertion is alleged to have occurred In May, 1606. Chamness asks the custody 1 of two minor sons. Ken nit h, aged 17, and Ernest, aged 16 years. - - - ' Harry B. Davis alleges that he was . married to Georgle L. Davis at Dallas,. Oregon in May, 1901. and that hia wife -deserted him in-May, 1906. Hs asks r divorce and the custody of their t wo children, Gladys, aged 6 years, and Fay, " aged 2 year. . - . , , , , . DRIVER INJURED IN SJ RUNAWAY ACCIDENT Carl Koch, delivery wagon 'driver' for -'- Closset eV Devers, was thrown, from a runaway wagon yesterday afternoon on East Burnslde street, receiving painful but not serious injuries. The young man lost control of the horse soon aftec it began to run and was-thrown to the- pavement, - fracturing hi, collar pone and bruising his head. ' ; Kocji was -carried td Love's drug , ' store. East Burnslde street and Grand - avenue, in an unconscious condition and wa afterward -removed to the ' Good Samaritan, hospital,, where he recovered -consciousness and is reported to be ' resting easily, . Death of O. W.' France. . (Special Dtapatrh te Tb Jaanjai.) -y Hoqulam,. Wash.. - June 26. G. W. France, postmaster at this place, is dead, aged 66 veara. Wa had auffsrerf " intensely for many months with a can--eerous affection. He wns a veteran of the civil war, He had been postmaster here for two terms. lis leavea a wife and children.