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'OUECQII DAILY JOUIUJAU, rORTTAJJD, THURSDAY EVETJITTCl, JULY X3, KCT.
alYadarean Try o Force
' Man ; to t . "Giye Evidence
1 Against Americans ; ."Wlio
; Are Accused of Aiding in
Revolutionary pjot. ; v''
7 Tw " " 'ttoarotl Special, ferries.)
i New fork, July 25.--Becau . thy
bav refused' to gw: false testimony
arlnt. Dorf X.' Moyient' and hi
trther ' : John,' Amarlcana . who ' ar
charsgd with bains: Implicated In a, rav
, elutlonary plot, Salvadorean are belnf
. fcorrlblj tortured .by th troop at Ban
Salvador. MaU advcea hare Just been
received her giving; octaii or tn pru;
. - tall ty- of tha troop and outlining; . con'
IVWad Btat Minister Merrr. icaaM.
"1 -10 tha advices, haa notified tha mla-
5jir or foreign affairs or Salvador of
conditions and demanded that the ,ln
tiuman treatment ' of witnesses cease.
Minister Merry declares he has teea
Salvadorean hung up by their thumbs
; and haa examined the lacerated hand
ft other-who hy beon mistreated be
cause they steadfastly refused to five
false testimony.' - , :. , . ...
president Gets Exercise at a
, Wood Pile and inaTwo
," .- , Dollar Eowboat. ;
L-'.C (lewaal Special Berrtee.) '-.'''.
Draper Bay,' July IS. Aquatto snort
lira claiming the attention of President
Roosevelt these day Inatead of horse
. ack riding. Every morning be takes
a plunge iq eold water, hn row on
ng - Island aound la t boat worth
It 19. When not feeliag Ilk taking
ihl craft out ha pltchta Into a wood
4lle with an ax. T - ?
Roosevelt today appointed ' Norman
. Hutchinson of California te ba score
tary of the legation and consul-general
mi noumania ana oervia. .
Walter Dell's Memory Be
v celves Attention Yearned..
, (loaraat Special Servlea.) '
Ban Francisco, July tl falter K.
XU died In n almshouse, but now his
estate I receiving tp anslou atten
tion which h yeanetd for In hi eld
7 age and did not get. ' Hi creditor
. favor - petition for latter of adcolnta
: tratlon filed by Publle Administrator
Stula. but hi former wife. Isabella B,
Dell, who was divorced from him some
' year ago, want control of the estate
placed la her hande. These conflicting
..dealree resulted in a contest yesterday,
for Mr. Dell filed ohleotlon to tha nub-
llo administrator' petition and ' called
attention to the fact that on 'July
the superior court of Contra Costa
county granted her latter of adminl
tratlon.- "- - -- --
Tha heirs at law of Dell are four
crown children, -ml one of whom I
.resident of California. Dell lived for
year in contra coeta county, tne pre
ent bom of .Mrs. Cell, and there ao
!rmulated an estate which hi creditor
la worth 120.SOO.
Drink landed him In the almahaua
sis a insane pauper.
Have you acquired the bablt of -reading
The Journal' "want ad" pages?
You wll find there many things of
Interest to every member , of your
' Keep h:your eye pn
your money until : you
are sure you are getting
your money's worth. . ; '
There's a string to
every dollar you spend
here and you can pull '
out your money if your ,
purchase is not as rep
resented. I, -
Today we invite you
to examine the best that
,you ever saw at $10. r
166 and 163 Third St, '.
. .SADDLE HORS
jaaBBBaawjBWBS i '
Haay Porlll Eeiiers Dave
Ceard It asJ Profited
Ttercty. . ir
"Qoed new travel fast." and tha
thouaandf of .bad back sufferer 1 In
Portland are glad a learn that prompt
relief I within their reach, ': Many a
lama, weak and aching; back I bad no
more, thank , to Doan' Kidney PlUa
Our oltlaena are telling the good newa
of their ejiperleno with tha Old Quaker
Remedy, llere la an example worth
reading: , , ; '
Mrs. A. Canavan of ISO Lincoln street,
Portland. Or., says: "I was led to rec
ommend Doan' Kidney Pill three
years ago from the great relief I had
found In a case of kidney complaint
which had annoyed ma for a long time,
I tried other remedies previously, but
Doan's Kidney Pills were the only rem
edy that helped me. My trouble bad
lasted for three yeara during which
time I suffered from trrerular action of
the kidneys and backache. At tlmea I
was in suoh misery with the aching and
weakness that I could not rest In any
position. I suffered from headachea
and dUilnees and could hardly attend
to th simplest of household duties.
Doan's Kidney Pills freed me from thla
miserable existence and I naver have
lost an opportunity to recommend the
remedy. In fact, I rave a public testi
mony In not, hlc& 1 am glad to re
peat d confirm."
For sale by ajl dealer. Price 10 cents,
Fostsr-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New TOrk,
ol gent for the United State. '
' Remember tbe na(p -r- DOAN' 8 and
take no other. "
DARROW TO MOVE
Attorney's Voice Fails "and
Becomes Harsl Asked
. to Step Pack,
'''.' (Joaraal gpeclal gerrlc., ' ,
Bols. Jda,, July 25. When court ro
convened at 1 o'clock Darrow announced
he would complet hi argument before
adjournment. There will b a night aas-
lon, when Borah will open for the state.
H will conclude Friday and Judge Wood
declare h won't Charge tb jury until
Saturday morning. In hi charge, the
Judge will be extremely comprehensive.
He expect to talk an liour and' a half
and hi Instruction will cover 70 points.
In oontinuinar Darrow discussed Or
chard' story, bis alleged operation In
I of Peabody.
were mad on
y, Ooddard, Oab
d Hearn. He aald
bard. Ball, Moffatt and Hearn.
tb fact that nothing happened to any
of these man. although they openly
were enemies of the Federation and Or
chard was there for month, prove ab
solutely that Orchard, lied.
- Darrow's voice had well nigh given
out under tb strain and had many dis
cordant note In it whenever he tried
to raise It above tb ordinary ton. Bo
marked was this that Juror Schrtvener
asked him to move back a fw feat as
he had a headache.
Darrow characterised Peabody and
Sheriff Rutan of Tellurlde a slimy tool
and declared tnelr treatment of Moyer
corned to take any step against men
Who ODDraaaed him.
IHtrtwstxnt-the- better Mrt-af - tha
anernoon completing nis argument ana
when he finally sat dowa It was admit
ted h had mad the moat of his oppor
tunity and had explained! many appar
ent Inconsistencies. HI peroration was
loouent m me extreme. aiDeit an an-
aolute appeal to the sympathies and pas
sions oi me jury, me main point oeing
Haywood' good past character against
urcnara . . ...
Governor Johnson-Does Jf ot
Believe Troops Will Be
(Joaraat gpeelal Brrlc.)v ., ; 1
Duluth, Minn, July JS. Violence In
the mining; district continues, but with
the reinforcement of TO deputy herlffs
Just sworn In, Governor Johnson, who
Is on th field, declares that there I no
necessity of calllnc out the troop at
'in latest sssauit was commitiea
noon an orraniser of the union by a
butoaer. -The meat dealer nearly killed
tb unionist before tne latter was ra-
ued by his friend.
.' The strikers have dropped their plan
of dally street paradea and demonstra
tions and are now making a house-to-hous
csnvasa. enlisting the aid of every
man in the district The organiser are
working to rais a iiu.euo xuna witn
which it I planned to establish co
operative store throughout the dis
trict, after which the company stores
Will o boycotted.
uovernor jonnson I doing all in hi
power to bring about a peaceful set
tlement of the difficulties and will not
call out troops except as a last resort.
Deputies are being sworn In, the latest
addition to the lore belna; 600 new
officers at Bovy and Coleran and 200
at Hlbbing. ., ,
BRYAN TO ANNOUNCE
HIS CANDIDACY AT
d . ' (Journal Special Service. 4
Washington, July - !. W11- e
4 llatn J. Abbott, rcognled d
4 William Jennings Bryan' per- e
aonal Washington representa- )
e tlve, ald today that while ha
e bad no official authority " to e
make any ansooncament oa th e
Nebraakan behalf, h bad
4 every reason to beiiev that
e Bryan would be a candidate for
e th Democratic presidential nam
Inatlon la UOt. .
Word ' eome from , th west
4 that formal announcement of -
e Bryan' candidacy will bo mad e
by him personally at a great din--
e aer at Llnooln, Nebraska, early e
e. in th fall, to which prominent.)
4 Democrat from all over th d
e oountry will be Invited. It I
expected that Bryan, then win e
oBtlln tb pollolea for wbjck ha-
will tand. . !'
$1.25 vUuesr..'..Vy,.e jjV.; and a belt free
$2.00 values . . . -...,...... .., . . . . f ., . . . . 95c and a belt free
$3.00 values , , . . . i . x . . ; . . : . ,'. r 7. AS and a belt free
; A BELT FEE WITH EVERY WAIST PURCHASE.
; ' ; ;Vhite Wah Skixtsvaiues up to"$5.0Q
p; . .;Yash SJrirts, values up to $0.00,
Dress and Walking Skirts, light and dark mixtures,,
200 Untrirhme4 shapes, ready to wear f5 n I Splendid lot of Beach and A C 1 Just
Hats, Sailors, etc? values up to $3.00 LDL Outing Hats at. , ; ,...,70w (ors,
Sale Agents for
nuwy,.-- r, is
: corset? it. f mm t -17 vii . imj viH v v t - mm
10 SKIP COOLIES
Canadian Pacific to Displace
(Special XHspstck te Tas Josrnal)
Vancouver, B. O. July Is 6tarUln
lntormatloa reaardlns; a Japeneae Inva
sion waa mad public at a special meet
Ins; of the Aslatio Exclusion leagu laat
night , It waa announced taat th
Canadian Pa cin - ad - placed -contract
with two eamnanlea to sucdIv the rail
way with 11,00 Japanese, -who will be
used to replace members or tne Inter
national Brotherhood of Malntenano
of ' Wav ' employes. CHlEcns her are
lndlanant over th action, of th rail'
way company and' will appeal to th
rovernmeut. Th local exclueloa leacu
will next week affiliate with a alrailar
Seattle, Portland nd
HAERIMAN WILL SOOtf:
VISIT PACIFIC COAST
(Special Dispatch to th Journal)
Nw Tor. July 15. B. H.
Barrlman aald today h will
aoon male a trip to- tb Pacific
rcoaat on an extended tour. Th
data baa not bean fixed. H de-
; cllne to males a prediction re
garding tb Southern Paclf lo
quarterly dividend, but aar It
wllj not be more than, I fief pent,
ser annum. '. ..- :' ;
rvrrrm rt i Tittt?t t :
X W 1 U JJ AXi-C lX-liX . .
r, SCAlitS M0WPITT
v . . - . ; , .
1 (Special DUpeteh te th JoaraaL)
Klamath Falls. Or., July Secre
tary Garfield and party bad farewell
to Klamath early Sunday morning, go
ing out via Pokegema and Thrall on tb
regular (tag Una On of th big
fourten-pasaenirr eoaohe of th Ore
gon-California Transportation company
and six homes carried the party to the
railroad. 1 nv were all In a jovial
mood and seemed none th won for the
strenuous me mey naa lq since ar
riving her. '
in cne pariy is a secreiary aon,
hn, a fad of II. He in efx - f eel
ro Inch In height and U a splendid
specimen of American youth. On trl
dar he and Dr. Holme left th partv
at pelican bay lodge. Intent on making
the ascent of Mount Pitt Mount Pitt
Is not one of th highest mountain, but
If not easy to ollrab so early in tha sea
son. They camped half way up th
mountain and went to th summit In
five hour, returning to Klamath Vail
thl evening, a record trip. , '
VISIT AT WESTON
Pendleton. Or.. July IS. B. Hoffer.
of Balem. G. B. Brats, of Union eountr.
and J. D. Maler. of Tb Dalles, member
nff tha averiitlve eommfttee of th etat
boerd, of normal school regents,-visited
me vviitun normal vrnooi i uenaar
with President Robert Trench and thor.
oughly Inspected tb work of th east
ern Oresvm schooL Imnrovements are
to b soad to th building and other
work la to be don for th good of th
ST. PAUL ROAD WIH
INVADE WEST CANADA
43oaral seHal aVrvtee.) .
-Wlnnlpec July It I reported
that tb fit. Paul road will extend It
system into western Canada next year
to meet th move belna mad br tha
I S UDS
Be one of th first one hundred! at
vour" store amj gel; f Belt frees ;
. 1 1
Winding Up the Millinery
if ii uiu it II II -Mil
GOIIIG TO UIIIE
,- S ' . , ' 'i '
Iarfife Force . Under Kusn
Orders Will Set Sail on
., t .. .. 1
- (Jesnel sedsi SrrHa
New Tork, July la. On hundred and,
nine trained, torpedomen at rort Wad
wof tb." Btatea Island, are under rush or.
dera from th war department to pro-
ed to tb Philippine Island. They
1U leav Jersey City today and will
all from Can rraaelaco August I on th
transport Kllpatrick. Their special
mission I to aurey, oh art an4 wire th
harbor or alarm lor me ptanuna
They are offlolally dealtnated In the
order as company SI. coasi aeiann ar
tillery. They bar been known hereto
fore torpedo company No. el, but
tbelr name wa ehaaired yesterday.
Colonel tTrawrorn. wno la in onmmanq
t Fort Wadswortb, said tha order for
he oompany'a dapartur bad ao eon-
peotloa with th Japanese affair. Tha
oompany will take eompleta torpedo
equipment, which Include dynaraoa
nower Daala. ooeratln board. nlaa
' ! I I . ' '." . . ' " 1 . 11 1 1 1 . ,, . , , . , ' ' ' ' "' ,- '" - . .1 ' I II II j I
on An .: Wi ' "
Ah especially Well-made line of Refrigerators, constructed of Hard Oak, Antique w f, f
Finish, Large Food Compartments, Easily Cleaned, Perfect "Air Circulation Ice Savers. , u '
SEE, TH1LM BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE. f .;
and a (uU supply of torpdoa ,
- Dpy We Give Belts Auipy
OPEN AT 8:30 A. M. ;
values to $20,
Clearance Sale With
ill vi. u u ii ii iii
Six No. 1, regular
f rice $20.00; size 25 by
6 by 47 inches; ice ca
pacity 60 ppunds
Sale Price $15,00
SLz No. 4, rcarular
price $27.J0i size 34 bj
18 by 48 inches ics ca
pacity, 100 pounds
Sale Price $22.50
Sl No. 7, rarnlsr
price $30.00; else 32 by
18 by $6 inches; ice ea
paciry, 8S pemnds
Sale Price $24.00
QUALITY PIXEDOMUJATILO MOUE THAN PIUCB
HE I ZE'S BA K
ill LEVIED Oil
' a ' i up i i ii 1
Attachment Jssuea in Suit
Which InrolTes a Stock
Butt. Mont, July . L aa attach.
mnt ba been levied upon the ban,
deposits and bask stock bald by V.
Auaustus Hetnse In th varloa banks
of Butte. The 1tt is snada In a suit
broiifht a few month a-o by f. bt.
Hodg ena analnst Helns tnvolrtns; a deal
to stock of th Bingham Consolidate
Copper Honing company of Utah.
In th action th plainttrtn Uodfeo
claims tS.SSO.tS I duo hint On a loin
acoount in th purchaa of a block o
upon th bsnk deposits and stock held
by r. Auirustua lllnse in th RtWer
Bow National and State Sarin baaka
Atlanta. Oa., July M The to
th finis! the proposal la" Po
kibltlnc liquar aelilnc In Georgia has
been postponed unut avaxt Tuasaay.
..ili'J , t".
lingerie presses, values'
(Polka Pots, Strips ancj vjjites, values up to $4.50,
Semi-fitted Short Coat, including; fay nurtures, cream
7r-..-..!f -:----- values up to $27.50, ;
07.25 .;: v:;' V-!;.: .';
Box Coats, regular $10,00 vahjea,
Bigger and Better
ln--Clever lot of veryfine nudsummej; 'Sail-Q- A (
with drooping brims, tm$wj$s-t$dw U
nu miuunii sui y
.'Wn hw ; riiw4.-:: : . and-Itetai
Slaw No. X regular
price $22.50; siae 28 by
16 by 47 inches; ice ca
pacity, 70 pounds-
Sale Price $17.50
Sis No. i, rjmlar
price $25.00; 23 by
16 by 56 incbeaj ice r
pacity, 60 pounds
Sale Price $19,00
SU No. t, rrsbu
pricf 827.50; ia J& by
16 by 56 inctwes; see ca
pacity, 70 pound ,
Sale Price $22.5a
Safe 11 tnocw wM.
rn.hea ' high. Patotad
tnabAgaisr AnSsn. TM is
good Mbataotlai cf
and la not t be ooi
parad with ordinary
ate oa the) market
Kegubae po 114a.
Sc!z Price 95 Cents
81m . No. t, recolar
price aiae 36 j
18 by 56 inch; ke ca
pacity, 100 pounds '
Sale fricc $27.00
up to $5000, Friday,
ii tiivr ii r : .
BIs No. X MftaUrl I )
pric $23.00; ix by I I
18 by 48 iacbet k c I I I
pacity. t$ potrnaia i 11 i( 1 -
I.- tan I '
I( ev7a will aee'4 one oi our Trwks or
OHpo. Tb best skill o artists and mechanics
is represented in our product. Every piece of
ban represent the. best to b feed at tha
prioe. ' '. ' ' '
OUK TRTOKa ; AXtTC MADS TO FOOI.
THtt BAGQAC15 SMASHERS.
THTY STAND Tlia Tt3T.
' tvto zrcr.zi.