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THE OREGON .DAILY. UOURNAU , PORTLAND, . TUESDAY, EVENINO, . JULY 9. ICC?. ,
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III RESlGllAIII
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Interest Very High and Sue- Mayor Lane Will Accept and
: Federation President Will
Not Betray Haywood on
Witness Stand and Will
cess Assured Nursery
men in Convention.
Appoint New City Phy
sician at Once.
Testimony.
fSseelal Dispatch to The JoamaU
Salem, Or., July . The second an
nual cherry fair to fee hald under ths
Give Orchard the Lie onl10" ' Horticultural society
I spacious Auditorium skating rink hall.
Th interest la all the more absorbing
in urn meeting Deoause or the ractaqat
the Pacific Coast Nurserymen's assocla-
tlon will meet in connection with the
cherry fair and flower festival. The
TJv Inhn NevlnS. I ""imr imriiun 01 ins I air nil noi
iw.m.i SwcUl serrlce.)
. . , . . ..Pi nor- oeen, and It reared that the flower
Boise. Ida. July The early por- ,e8t)va, win not b BO rat a iuccul.
'tlon of today's session of the Hr" m expected. On the other hand the
! trial was again devoted to me Mn tiuH.mromtm In tha harrv
FEICTION CAME OVER
'PESTHOUSE EEPAIES
Requisition Antedated and Chief Ex
ecntive Holds Such Action la Not
in Line With Cautious Administra
tion of City's Affairs.
fair assures the success of the venture.
The prises are to ba awarded Tnurs-
doDOsltions. Darrow
. . ..iv ih Mnnr in his call this
. ,A.rmttnn nrnaldent sSvs "y. on the second day of the exhibit,
morning. The federation president says Jud cho,en gom. Ume ago by
he is la tine condition. He la looking Prudent H. C Atwell are It L. Smith
'r.iMi.lv forward to the ordeal on the of Hood River, Professor C. I. Lewis
anxiously rorwara " J" of Corvsills and Mark Levy of Portland.
' witness stand and will absolutely deny Thf prorram or the r,t day lB u
Orchard's testimony In so far aa It re- follsws:
lates to htm counseling or even Pnit- Wednesday. July 10 Afternoon essloa,
ting by Implication or suggestion that ,
Jr. h vinlftnca in connection with 1130 p. m.
taking Orchard to Ouray, and that he Address of welcome. Oeorge F.
ant Orchard to Idaho to kill Steunen- Bodges, mayor of Salem.
fir. Weleome on behalf of Salem board
, ' Kaaafeetaxed Sridenoe. of trade. H. B. Thlejsen. president of
Albert A Swain. Denver agent of the Salem board of trade.
Pueblo Chieftain was put on the stand Response on behalf of fruitgrowers
'tihs afternoon, while the reading of and nurserymen. H. C. At well, president
.deplUoos was temporarily dispensed of the State Horticultural Society.
with? in order to testify to ths confer- Address, T. W. Power, president of
nee between himself and Detective the Paclfio Coast Nurserymen's assocl-
McParland at Denver. Darrow said the all on.
witness would testify to an attempt on "Commercial Bulb Growing," A. Llng-
McParland's part to manufacture false ham.
evidence against Haywood, but Borah Evening Session. P- m.
.objected and was sustained and Swain "Marked Line Between Inferior and
was not permitted to tell his story. He Kuofrlor Nursery Stock.' J. A. Stewart.
was withdrawn as witness, "arw "The Necessity of United Effort,
promising ne wouia rscau mm jj. mgiass.
rariana no tesuiiea.
Allan F. GIU, Spokane contractor,
formerly city engineer of that city,
master mechanio at too Tiger and Poor-
arJcAK FUNERAL SERVICES
tried to seu airs, uui ms uhw m
the Hercules mine In 1899. Hs saw
Orchard In Spokane In 10S with Jack
Slmpklns. Orchard - In discussing the
Hercules matter, the witness, swore,
said he would have been a millionaire
19 times over It It had not been for
aUsunenbera. Ho said caroona was
Dr. a It: Wheeler, city physician,
has banded his resignation to Mayor
Lane and it will be accepted and a
new official appointed. The resigna
tion was caused by a dissension between
the mayor and Dr. Wheeler over a re-
auest made for an appropriation of
flSO for ths repair of ths past-house
and grounds.
This was In turn precipitated by the
discovery by Mayor Lane that ths clerk
in the cltv
a requisition for repairs to the boiler
at the pest-house at the direction of
toe city pnysician, wnen in tact ins
requisition had not been Issued until
after the bill for the work had bean
foil.
rendered to ths health offlos
lowing
the completion of the lob.
According to the contention of Dr.
wheeler the - health department
W.
'The Cherry In Eastern Orecon." Judd i
Qeer. .
"European Method a," J. B. Ptlklngton.
spending money which belonged to him.
fea saaillnr of deDOsitlons was aaatn
taksa up and consumed ths balance of
' COUNTER CLAIM IN
given an appropriation of 1600 for ths
use of the department. Hs has during
the past year expended perhaps 1100 of
the sum In various ways so that there
Is now In the fund approximately 1400.
In submitting his estimate for the oora
lng month's expenses, Dr. Wheeler
asked for 11(0 for "repairs to ths pest
house and grounds." -
At a meeting held several days ago
tit expense animate was submitted to
the mayor and when the $160 Item was
reached the mayor asked what the sum
was Intended for. Dr. Wheeler states
that he explained that it was for the
a rrt TT AT TIT i XT0 mrr t TrCT I construction oi a zence ana oiner worn
Al llULJllAJN O LliAxHiL which might have to be done, or to meet
any accident that might happen. The
mayor then asked what It would cost
to construct the fence, upon which Dr.
Wheeler said he had not yet determined.
Ths mayor then asked what accidents
could happen and the city physician
said: 1
"Well, ths boiler might blow up. It
did last winter."
The mayor then directed that tha tlEO
Funeral services over ths remains of b strlcksa out and a fund to cover
1L , a.- . . ... I Vlisj nuiai Bauu J IISUIIVU IUOI WVU. VI v-
me mis jiin il. warDaugn, wno aiea th, estlmat submitted to ths
Last Snd Rlts Over Remains of the
Late Colin K. Harbaugh Held
This Afternoon.
ANSWER TO SUIT Snndar at aood SamarlUn hospital.
were aeia ai xioiman s cnapei mis aner-
noon at 3 o'clock. The services were
ways
item
and means committee bore the
"Should the boiler of the peat
Fraud and Conspiracy Charges
Which Rankin Seeks ,to Re
cover Kearlr $12,000.
, ' Fraud and conspiracy are the charges
;1 on which M. B. Rankin seeks to recover
.nearly f 11,000 by a counterclaim to a
suit brought against him by H. C
1- Mahon. Rankin filed his answer setting
sup- the counter charges lp thO'Clrcult
court yesterday afternoon. Ho alleges
mat ne empioyea Man on to secure um
; bar lands for htm in Benton and Doug
las counties, and that the price, was to
' be not more than til an acre, .
fr Mahon entered Into a conspiracy with
' P. E. Snod grass of Eugene,' alleges
Rinkin; by which LS31 acres were
vtbought -at $22.60 an acre with the
agreement that Mahon was. to receive
ati tne excess or 14 an
aero that was
paid, giving Mahon a commission of
J7.60 an acre. Rankin alleges that be
Said 134,447 on this deal, relying on
(ahon's representations and now asks
1 that he may. recover 111,900 from Ma
hon. UMATILLA RANCHER
SERIOUSLY INJURED
(Special Dtesatck to Tie Jaaraal.)
' Pendleton. Or, July . Oeorge
. Adama, a sheepman whose ranch Is on
upper McKay creek, fs at the point of
death in a hospital here as a result of
being pitched from a wagon seat and
trUiing on his head on the pavement.
' His horse became frightened and ran.
Making a short turn, the wagon careened
:and tossed him out Oeorge Hart was
-also seriously injured but will reoover.
little lines Ths Journal bring re-
suits to ths advertisers.
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Colin K. Harbaugh.
under the auspices of the A. O. U. W.,
of which order he was a prominent
member.
Mr. Harbangh was one of Portland's
most prominent clttiens, having lived
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house need repairs, i0." This, in the
belief of Dr. Wheeler, was needless sar
casm from the mayor and was the di
rect causs or his resignation.
Mayor Lane puts a little different
construction on ths story. He etates
that It Is a hard and fast rule of the
city government that before any money
can be expended from any fund that a
requisition tor the work needed or the
expenditure must be signed by him. He
says that Dr. Wheeler caused the boiler
to be repaired at the pesthouse, the bill
amounting to 110 which was dated on
Juno 7, and sent to the city health of
fice after the completion of the work.
Subsequent to the receipt of the bill a
requisition was brought to htm asking
that the power be given to have the re
pairs made. This the mayor signed and
afterwards discovered that the requisi
tion had been dated June 12, the clerk
of the health office stating to the
mayor, upon Inquiry, that the requisi
tion had been back dated at tha direc
tion of Dr. Wheeler.
ire
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charged, that the laxity of the procedure
in causing tne wora to te oone ana
curing power to authorise It after the
bill had been rendered was not In Mne
with a cautious administration of the
cut's finances. Therefore when he
came to the lump estimate of 1150 for
Yt I the repairs of the house or grounds at
the pesthouse he simply requested that
the estimate be made definite.
The question of selection of a suc
cessor to Dr. Wheeler will be taken up
by the city board of health at Its next
meeting.
DEATH OF A NOTED
PIONEER OF IDAHO
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" : A Suit for $1.65, sold for $3.50 anywhere else. Step
into our store; tomorrow morning and see them. Other
as great. bargains, as follows: $6.50 suits for $2.95;
$8.00 suits, for $3.45 ; $5.00 suits for $2.65.
Also new arrivals in Voile Jumper Suits, something
very. swell and up to the latest fashion idea; priced
very low and! sold under our easv-payment system.
Slarfe! SMrfsH Sldrfsiii
Values up to $8.00; extra well made ; in brown, blue, '
black and gray, chiffon panamas.
vsts REALLY. 18.00 VALUES
FOR ONLY . . . .
White Serge Coats, values up to $6.95;
offered special for $3.95
BIacbSilI(TonrislCoats
Just the thing needed for wear to and from
the coast this summer. They are 48 inches
Pay a little Down on the Rnest &4 Xtilnni "tra, E00d la.'feta silk
Suit in the House, and Then. .$13 WC8K ....$M5
Cor. Second and Yamhill
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Cor. First and Yamhill
The mayor contends that while there
was nothing wrong with the amount
nost prominent eltirens, having lived V. . - Mi
n this city since his birth, 49 years Peter Sonna, Noted for Public Spirit
igo. His death followed an illness of , -r.w.. c. .
auu ruuwuiivi, orucu niui
almost two years' duration, resulting
from a stroke Of apoplexy. He Is sur
vived by a widow anil three children.
Apoplexy.
Explanation
MRS. IAWT0N SURRWSK MRS. BROWN
t Mrs. Lawton My A. B. Cbaae piano is perfectly delightful. It is
rcsn tone and has an action that is responsive. Besides being a per
fect; piao for ray special musical work, Mr. L.wton is fond of the
pfcyer and our daughter Grace thinks it a great treat to play the ad
Twcedmuwc by means of the music roll. The player is a wonderful
mi stance to Grace; it aids her in her interpretation of the more diffi-
. -Mn. urown 1 never saw the nn. pi t. t i.t -
omereni irpm tne ordinary oiavers l have n rt.. mil i
a . a I a j , . - . . . ----- vvwea MV UiUw'w Wa is
ngm vj tuc aeyooara ana tne mecuanjsm. is below, where it does not
rV.u fp?r2Lnco .1 lT pnoJ Dav never cared for a player pignd
vwfr .w.9 m me. vv uere uiu vou secure itf
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JMrsj iAwton we all enjoy the Player and we find .. . ,,n,i
Piano it. it just as ewcci in tone as any mano wo h..,. ..... t,...i
the case is just as pleasing to the eye as though it .n
lastniment. ShcnnaGUyft-Co. are western agents for the player and
tney ccriainiy wave a ucsuikui unc oi pianos trom which to select Their
tort is known as "the House of Quality" and is located near the port
ofice on Morrison street ? They also sell the celebrated Stehtway piano
inti f VKVI wiu aixi4 i wi Ma.--
(Bpeclil Dlepttcb te The Joarnal.)
Boise, Ida., July 9. Peter Sonna,
mayor of Boise from 1893 to 1895, and
and a substantial, wealthy and pro
gressive business man of this city, died
here suddenly this morning about 3
o'clock from a stroke of apoplexy. He
was out driving late with his wife last
night and on his return complained or
not feeling well.
He was born In New York In 1836. In
1868 he cams to Idaho and at Idaho City
was engaged in mercantile business four
years at a time when It was the richest
placer camp in tne united mates, no
then, came to Boise, where he had since
resiaea. For many years ne conducted
a general store here, but for several
years had only looked after his large
property holdings. He was vice pres.
Ident of ths First National bank here
at the time of his death. He was also
a prominent Mason and tha funeral will
be held under the auspices of that order,
probably Thursday.
Mr. Bonna wes very popular and flags
are at half-mast on public buildings and
business houses. His benevolences,
public and private, were very great, and
his personal qualities ranked high.
His family consists of his wife, five
daughters and a son.
TOM DRISC0LL IN
DsTDETERMINATELY
(SpecUl Pimtcb to The Journal.)
Balem. Or.. July 9. -Tom DrlanalL th
ex-convlct and burglar, who assaulted
a Lake Lablsh farmer on ths evening
pi juy t uiv woo was apprenendea by
xjovuit onsnns Minto ana William
ttscn just as ne was mating his escai
on the California train, wu hmna-
before Judge oeorge Burnett and plead-
eu guiiiy. no wasgiven an lndetermln
ate sentence, imscoll had an entire
burglar's outfit In a little pouch he car
ried and whloh he claimed was a tn.
bacco sack. He Is said to hnv haan
concerned In the robbery of a number of
nouses in mis vicinity. Urlsooll has
served terms at the state nrianna .t
waiia waua, can wuenun and Salem.
CARES NOT nor;
JAPS TAKE IT
Governor Chamberlain Says
Let That Fleet Go
Forward.
TO BEV0LUTI0NIZE
EDUCATIONAL BODY
(Joorosl Special Berrtce.)
Los Angeles, July 9. At the educa.
uonai conrerence tomorrow a president
1 ne selected ana tne questic
selected and the question will
I be taken us of amending the eonstltu.
tlon so radically as to revolutionise ths
Organisation by placing the great educa-
ai ooay in control pr ins l
ead (
Officials.
tlonal body In control of t
or a small coteaw of governlnc
lnstea
teachers
Dent fail to pay your west side gag
rosMTSiy the last day
(bill tomorrow.
let disoouot.
(Special Dispatch te The JoarnaL)
Balem. Or., July 9. In response to a
telegram from the New York World
relative to the Japanese question In
which that paper said. "We would deep
ly appreciate from you an expression
of opinion concerning the plan to mobll
Isa an American battleship fleet in the
Pacific, and the view the Japanese
nation would bs justified In talking of
the move."
Governor Chamberlain recited brief
and to the point He said:
"ice pian to moonire American Bat
tleships in the Paclfio meets with my
approval. I know not what view the
Japanese nation would take of this
movement, and I care less. I do not
think their oDinion should ba consulted.
Dut i oeiieve tnis government snouid act
lor its own protection, witnout consult
ing tne views of any otner nation."
OREGON'S MINING
C0NGBESS DELEGATES
(SmcUI Dlspatcb to The Journal.)
Balem, Or., July 9. Governor Cham
berlain yesterday appointed a number
of delegates to the American Mining
congress to bs held at Joplln, November
IB to it, inclusive, as iouowss tf. it.
Konilg, James H. Howard. D. M. Kelly,
J. A- Panting. F. R. Mellls of Baker
CIHr: F. 8. Balllle of Sumoter: L B.
Wickersham of O rants Pass; Em 11 Mel
rar of Bourne: T. C. Burks of Burke-
mont; John C. Lewis of Portland: Jeff
Hurd and J. F. Beddy of Medford:
James Coehet and Thomas Kinney of
Jacksonvuie; Al ueiser or reiser,
Use a Journal want ad If you want
result.;
ADDITIONAL SCHOOL
BOOKS FOB SALEM
(Special D la patch to The Journal)
Balem, July 9. A.t a meeting of the
Salem school board the following addi
tional grammar and high school hooks
weir, adoptsd to better ths curriculum
of the flalsm sohools: ,
in tha cram mar grades Mra Sloan t
Primary readers, first and secpnd books;
Second readers, Cyr's, Jones, and Silver
Burdett; Third reader, Sllver-Burdett
Mra. Sloan, the author of tha Drlmera.
Is a Portland teacher. -Tha
other " additional sohool books
adopted ware as follows: Principles of
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache. Sour Stom
ach. Torpid Liver and
Chronic Constipation.
Pleasant to tafto
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Laxative Fruit Syrnp
MB lAXJi T Ufi SBVOaiBTS.
Cleanses the system
thoroughly and clears
sallow complexions of
pimples and blotches.
It is guaranteed
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Botany
n 'end Davis;
I'Oge'S
Berare
Latin composition, Peok's Ovid, Books
Cicero, Myers" Ancient History, Myers'
HOTEL JEFFERSON
TURK AND QOUQH 8TRCCTS
8 AN rBANCISCO
CCIAl SUMMER RATES
New hotel, faces Jefferson Square. Two
blocks from Van Ness Aye., the present shoo
ping district; Car lines transferring sll over
city, pass doer. Every modern eonranlenoa.
850 rooms single or en suite. 150 private betas.
American ana European plana. Prices nodexv
ate. umnlbos meets all trains.
STEWART BARKER CO.
Ths Bote! Stewart Opens September 1st
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OUQOBT UOTBXM.
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Hotel "Key Route Ian'
22nd Street and Broadway
OAKLAND
Sunnr rooms, mi vats baths. lonsHUi
:anoe laiepoones, compressed air deali
ng, large lobby, oafs a la carte with
ouisme and service unsurpassed, jror
rates, etc., address
N. S. MULLAN, Manager.
Formerly Assistant Manager Palace
Kotet. Ban rraneisooi
HOTEL HOLLAND
Sill. Street, Bee. Powell a4 Vaaoa,
.an jrrancisoo.
NOW OPEN
Strlotly Tlrst-Oiasa, Absotately lUre-
prooz. is. jutemsi w w jan.
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HOTEL AVDUBON
1A niXOVKO-JWXOTXXM riAV OXtT.
Slafto room or ea suite.. Devater, stessi
seat, elcatrle lights and all stodera ceaveat-
scnetiy nrat-eiaaa. unnuiu w
lna enters. Oa direct Bae from ferry and
lire asa TownseDa aspm. m p.
8 SUlls St., near van uni Bveasab
C B. OANTBB. Mgr.
sin
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S020DQNT
CLEANSES iAND BEAUTIFIES
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Medieval and Modern History, Cheney's
Short History of England,' Powers and
Lyons' Offioe Method, ana Booueep-
PEES0NAL
St Paul atto'rney. Jams. B. Kerr,
who represented the notrhern Paclfio
eaa Great Northern Railway eompanies
la Utlgatlons with Harriman , eompanies
on the nerth bank of the Columbia
river, wtll locate permanently in Port
land as attorn ay for the Portland v
Seattle Railway company. Be will have
The BREAKERS HOTEL
AMERICAN PLAN.
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Ksusnra stnoaai bjbsobt ot thb paoxtio stobtbtwbst.
xaectrlo Light, Steam, Hot and Cold Bait Water in Every Tub. Buy Ticket.
te sreaxers, racine county, waan. rostoirice Address, Breakers, Wash,
LOCKSLEY J1ALL
SEASIDE, OREGON
Spend your vacation at Seaside and at
delightful Locksley Hall. More attrac
tive than ever before. Accommodations
of the highest order, one nunared ele
gant outside rooms; private baths; elec
tric lights; :.ot and cold water.
Annex overlooking the Paclfio and de
lightfully situated cottages.
Cuisine TTacurpassed. ssa Poods a
SpseUlty.
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, X- AVBmt, Jm A. flABTiTHIOB, Props.
HOTEL MOORE
ortx au not yzasV
CLATiOF BXACS. BEABIDS, 0BZ00X,
The OUff Koaae ef Oregea.
Directly oa the beach, ererteoklag the
oeeaa. Hot salt bstbs sad sail bathing .
Beereatloa pier for fishing. ' one- parlor 1,
electric lights, flraplaee and furnace heat,
yine walks and drive, flea foode s specialty
Rates, $2.50 and $3.00 per day
' IPECUI BATKS BT TBI WEBK. ' ' 1
BAR J. MOOEB, Prop. ;
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offices with Judge C H. Carey, in the
Chamber of Commerce building.
The Corvajlls & Eastern railroad, re
cently purchased by E. H. Harriman. Is
being inspected by J. P. O'Brien, . gen
eral; manager of the Harriman ltnea tn
the northwest Mr. O'Brien, 1. sooom-
panted by O. W. Talbot, whe has charge
of ths operation of the Corvallis road.
t is said the road win beoome . part
f the Southern Paelflo system In Ore
gon and lose It. present IdenUU. . . , ,
Portland
PORTLAND, ORXOON.
EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY
BBUOQUARTERS FOR TOURISTS
aw COMMERCIAL
TRAVELERS.
Every thlcc to eat arul erlttk. and
It costs no more In the
Portlaai Hotel RathsksDsr
th?..,lMwh;r-,n the dty. Every
weekday night from S;IS to 41,
BC 0. BOWBBB, Btaaages,
HOTEL LENOX
OOB. TB3BS AMD MATJT S'
Portland's. Lateest
; Moat Modern Hotel
n
. Mew BuUdlng, convenienUy ' locat
ed. fitted with the latest designed
furniture, hot and oold water v ia
every room, private bathe, modern
Grill, long distance telephone, free
automobile bus. sample room,; free
from noise, faolng pleas., Rate, fl
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