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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, FORTL'AIJD, THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST 1. 1CC7.
UPON NEW SENATOR
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Close ot Hoi Campaign Between Governor Vardaman and
John Sharp Williams Public . Ownership of Eailroads -and
KcpeaTof Fifteenth Amendment the Issues..
John Sharp Williams.
. fcmrm state primary la Wine held
. thmiknt af iasiaalpal today oa stoml
, nation foe atata. district and county
tflmt. T1m to it af tb primary
OI also a-o-rarn that legi ails tar to to
aciccuoa ;f-Xaftt4 taHrnMn
Tb laglalatara to bo ia 1 1 1 by UM prt-
snarlaa, sad wblesi via
' January. wTO ralTH
two Unit Stales
'A. X. MeXawrta. aa asT Cte anmrnaassaa.
bavtng a m t sanw, an ' amma
ntanlfeatad ta ka aflausm. Ga sauiai
no expire asut 1X. Sua ika iaw at IU
loot that taa ataAaOaoiire sun
. avary f ovrtfc roar ia nfilar mm
, Walatare of 1HI la aja
boon oa tba stump for montha paat and
oit a vezal nceaalona. engaged. Jn . Joint
debate. Unbiased onlooker azprooa tba
opinion that too chance of William
appear to bo a lltUo brighter.' .yiougb
ao cannot bo said to bar a "walkovar."
Th lBdoramat of tba primary means
electloav Tama -lav aa- bolting tha.yer.
dirt of tb primary, no independent cm
eUdata ana ao ppoeilloa ta tba Demo-
Senatar H. IX Meajey. aaotJaar of tba
lneambenta. declined ta agaia offer for
I tho seaatorahlp beoaaa t bla III baalta.
Governor Vardaman and Cunsreaainea
' John Sharn Williams aro -fiabUaa- for
' el seat and the contest baa been ono of
tho roost exciting that nllaalaelppl baa
. experiencao in many yeare. -Both
Vardaman and WlUlama er pop-
. mar ana both have atrong ana lnnu
' entlal friend, who hav dono vrV'
thing poaalbl to advance the eaUaa of
tneir cmai. tm repeal or tn rourtaanta
and flf teenth amendraente to tho consti
tution af tho - Unitod Stataa Is-ana-af
' Governor Vardaman'a hobble, and tha
people of Mississippi ar with hire on
. that proposition. But thera ara -thou-Sanaa
who ae ao hop of Tr accom
plishing anything on that Una, wb eon
aider all afforta In that direction futile,
and who believe that a man of Vardae
man's temperament will never ba able
. to bring about uch a revolution aa ho
' propose, and who really bellev that he
' would be a mora danserou element In
.' tha aenata than either Tillman or Jeff
. jmvis. , i nH people ax openly ae
ola red for John Sharp Williams for
J ttnppbrbi W. 7. Bryan. '
, Governor -Vardaman atands pat with
i William 1. Bryan on hi railroad owner
! ahlp and suprvllon pronunciamentoa.
. whila Mt. Willlama doe not. The aor-
rnor 1 for Bryan first, laat and all
. tba tire and would fix a platform to
suit htm. Mr. Willlama. on tba eon
; trant would build the platform and In
i lt-r. Bryan to atcp on It. In thla
j Mr. William appears to hare tba people
, f lb atat with hlm. The proposal
for the yoremment ownership of rail-
roads baa never bean raoelvad with mnoii
. favor by tha people of btlaalsslpnt.
i A before stated, tha eontest between
1 Tardaman and Williams has - been a
SBoat axel tin a- ana. Both candldataa have
Tba aaaatorial flrht baa overahad-
tba contest fo atata officer.
tba latter present many fea-
rarea af tntereat. Six candldataa ara
r.aktlne' for tba rovemorshlp. They
ra aff Troly. Charles Scott. C T.
KoL T. V. Siason, Earl Brewer and E.
N. Tbamaa. . Far lieutenant-arovarnor
tha rand Ida tea arb Luther Manshtp, WU
kr N. Nash and 8. B. Walts. For sev
eral of tba atat of floea thera la but en
caadklain eack and they have baea da
dared nominated by the atata commlt-
taa. Tbey ara R. V. Fmcber. for at
taraoy-aaneral ; Joseph W. Power, for
aseratarv of atata; H. EL Blakealea. for
com an laa Wner af arrfcrultura and com
merce; Georr C. Myera. for au prams
court clerk; JB. H. Nail, for land com
missioner, ana Wirt Adama. for, atata
Todaya primary la ejnlvalnt to an
election, bat tf a second primary la nec
essary it wui na neia on Aucuat zx.
Coronor's Jury Decide That
. Hiss Matthews Took
t - Her Own Life,'
BY CX)EY OF MURDER
Artrrss' Room Bent la Chicago Paid
For by Dr. Thomas Rumbaugh
Deserted Wife and Family onAo-
count of Ills Infatuation.
(Special Dlaaetca ta Tss JeanaLI '
Bale, . Or, Auj. 1. Artlclea of In
corporation bay been filed la tha office
of tha sacretary af atata aa follow:
Tounxer Grocery company; incor
porators, lienors Tung-er, C XL Lone
and Otto Kraamer; principal plana of
bualneaa, Portland; capital. $1,600; main
oblect. conducting a general grocery
Grand Rondo Lumber company: In-
corporaiore, n. ju uonaia. ueorga f.
Dekumand and . Walla re VnT'ament
principal' office, Portland; capital, f7,
000: main object, real estate and llva-
P.nln.U T.-ln.n( -
eorpbratora. W. Tj Phillips. E. J. Bchle-
ei. YVlinsra LL Lavis and Fred. A. Dun
am: caDltaL 120.000: main ohlaet. ta
conduct a real aetata bualneaa
Earl aV Edwards Land a: Lumbar com
pany; main offle. Hrm-uiTllU, Mlehl-
n, vrrenn inni, twiiariefl .sriaTn:
capital, $100,000; mafe object, to buy
whether coffee causes weak unsteady: nerves, stomach and
heart troubles or any other ailment which may be caused
by a disordered or drugged nefyous system.
v Doctors agree that caffeine the; drilg in cof fee
when used habitually, as in the! regular daily consumption
of coffee as a. beverage, works disaster to the digestive
and nervous systems of many persons. .
' vou, are ailing, try leaving off the. coffee' and use
well-made r ' - i -
and find our for yourself, where" the trouble was, and
( where the relief is. ' ,..
( But insist upon havfng the Tostum boiled fully 15
minutes after 'coming to a boil; then, with cream, it's a
delightful, refreshing drink with all the food elements
from good, -pure ; cereals which build up brain -and nerve
tissue. .- -J- -V- --.r"'-''r-S:; '
There's a Rtaton" for
Meorael Special aarrlee.) f -'
Colorado Springs, Colo,. Aug. 1. The
eoroner'a Jury la tha Laura Mattbawa
ease returned tha following verdict:
We, tho Jury empanelled to Inquire
Into tha paua of death of Laura Mat-
thews, find that aha Came to bar dnath
from gunshot wound Inflicted with aul
eidal Intent," .
Coroner Rlcbardaoa think that tba
girl's unrequited lova for Coey eauaed
her to take her life. He alao axpresaed
the opinion thst Rumbaugh waa guilt
less of connection with the girl's death
and committed, suicide a the aequel to
bard drinking and grief at her fata, aa
ha waa Infatuated with her.
n to TJnjreo.!4 J,or. I
Tha conclndlna testimony went to
how that Mia Matthew committed
aulclde through love for Charlea A.
Coey, tha wealthy Chicago automobile
manufacturer. Lattera from Coey were
-reitd ahowlng that ha entertained deep
enaction tor ner ana onen .sent ner
Mlaa Green testified that Rumbaugb
told her that after Laura had disclosed
to him her relatione with Coey aba sud
denly drew a revolver and attempted to
noot neremr. numoaugn wreaiea n
lstot from- bar. Rumbaugb also told I
las Grsen that ha and Mlaa Matthews
naa asiermineq to marry ana go serosa.
Rumbaugb had angaged' a section In a
Pullman for hlmaelf and Mlaa Mat
thews and they war to leav for fx'ew
Tork oa Monday. . . ... I .
Tainka U Waa atarda. .
Cblcaao dsvelonments show -that -Dr.
Harold K. Thomas of Chicago paid Mlaa
Matthewa room rent in luxuriously rur
nlshed apartment at 4111 Greenwood
Charlea A. Coey makea tb following
"I believe that Mis Matthews' death
ta a plain caae of murder. In my opin
ion. Kumrjaugn commuted tn aeea ana
Bent a telegram calculated to eaat sus
plotoav aa coa aa being tha eauee of the
glrl'a death. About 1 day ago I wrote
falsa Matthewa a cheerful letter, anl
aha waa talking of returning to Chi
cago. Rumbaugb was evidently afraid
f loalng tha glrL"
Leveiopa.nie anew tnat Knmoaugn
deaerted hie wlfa and family In Penn
sylvania because of - Infatuation for
Pacific Battleship Squadron
Will Not Sail Before
The Stcre Noted for te test CociJ I lcv.:l rrl;:j E
x ers f st n t
Child's Rompers 25c
Another special lot of i . Children's
Rompers on sale Friday and Satur
day. . Best - quality chambray and
ginghams, in plain and stripes QC
regulaf 50c grade, ages 2, 46.S&3C
Wash Goods 5c Yard
Figured lawns organdies' and
crepe suiting, a wide variety of
colorings, standard width and
reg. 15c to 25c values. Fri- f,
day "and Saturday special.., Ow
Sunbonncts 19c ;
Misses'" and Children's Chambray
Sunbonnets, all colors to choose frorr.
and standard 25c quality. Friday and
Saturday extra special at, ' 1 A
your choice. .............. . . . . 1 JC
' (Joaraal Bsedal arrvtca.)
Washington, Aug. 1. Rear Admiral
Roblay D. Evans, In command of the
battleship squadron of tbs Atlantis
fleet, cam to Washington yesterday ac
companied by bis aide. Captain Inger
solU for a talk with tha department
heads over the detail of hi nronoaed
trip of battleships to the Pacific He
waa la conference with Rear Admiral
Brown son. chief of tho bureau of navl-J
atlon and Assistant Secretary or the
a vy Newberry, most of tha day. It
can ' ba stated that plana to send
battleships to tha Pacific, will not be
maturea oerore rati. - Admiral c-vana
will reloln bla flaasblD Connecticut In
mew lors. waera ana naa seen unaer
solna renal rs.
raciicaxiy tna entire iieei is raaay to
leave tba docks, and aa fast a ready
tha veeaela will rendezvous In Hampton
roads. On Ausust tha Connecticut
will hay her official speed trial, short
ly after which the fleet will proceed
to tha Now England coast for manauv-
era and target practice. - -r
it la now nroDOaea to oock tna neat
In October, nreoaratorr to tha lone
journey to tna t-acirio.
AT JAMESTOWN FAIR
; Oearad Special Sarrle.)
at ih Jamestown exposition today was
a pronounced - suecaaa, Thousands of
Oermans from Virginia, Maryland.
Pennsylvania and othar atatea war
Sreeent The celebration waa held Hil
ar the auaplce of -tha German-American
alliance. It was on Auruat L lilt,
that the Oermans of Philadelphia laauad
a manifesto In which they advocated
armed realatance to English ODDresslon.
and It was In commemoration of thla
event ' that today'a exerclsea ware nam.
Tha nroerram Included an historical ad
dress by lr. C. J. Hexamer of Phila
delphia and mualc by th German alng
lng societies of Washington. Baltimore
White Waists at 50c
. . -e
r -,tv . ' '.
;rA .V"; .
to $2.00 " ,
-To close. out the balance of our
'Vhites Waists we have marked
them at this special: low price.
Here's your opportunity to, buy
a couple of prejty waists for your
vacation trip and save consider
able ; on the . cost. Come ih.a
large variety of lace and embroid
ery, trimmed- styles, with either
; long or . short sleeves 'regular
. values in this lot up to $2 and
none worth less than $1.50. Your
pick Friday and Saturday. CA
only at this special price. . OUC
Long Silk Gloves at $1.47
Come in 12 and 16-button lengths with double tipped
fingers and in extra quality silk.. A full range of colors
including black and white; best $2.25 quality. On sale
Friday and Saturday only at this price.
Men's Summer Underwear 21c
Men's and Boys' Balbriggan Underwear In long or short
sleeves and knee or ankle length drawers, -with double
seat.; Every garment neatly finished.. Friday and Sat
urday, only at this low price, all sizes. ' --
Long Kid Gloves at $2.47 ,
Friday and Saturday only at this price. Women's . long
Glace Kid Gloves," in blaclc and "colors, 12 or 16-button
lengths, and standard $3.50 quality. Don't overlook this
special bargain, all sires. - ' ".-. v .
White Cambric Skirts 97c :
Made from fine quality cambric,' in either lace or em
broidery trimmed styles. Six different patterns to choose
from and all are regular $1.50 to $2.00 values. Mail
White Linen Skirts $1 .95
Women's and!isses'niVhifeXirienSkirts, lh fullplaiter
styles, splendid quality and our regular $3.00 grade. On
sale Friday and Saturday only at this special low price.
Mail orders filled. r : . . ..." : ... .. , . ':. .... '
Cambnc Corset Coye. 37c :
Made from finest French cambric with 2 rows wide lace
insertion, lace edge around neck and arms, extra fulf front
and the best 50c value you ever saw. Air sizes to 42.
Take advantage. ., " ' -L-
Linen Parasols $1.19
A splendid bargain in
White : - Linen Parasols
lor Friday arid " Satur
day. Choice of several
very pretty styles, some
others with embroidery
band or nemsuicnea v
ed?e. latest novelty. hin-jrY,
dies and best quality
white linen too If
you-have any -intention !
of ; buying a - parasol r
nere s tne f Dest cnance
Ml kl. .
yuu (i Kcl mi anuvui " . -
Please bear in mind this special price holds good for
a J i. XT :m
iwu uajrs umit. iiiaai uiui nm ut iiiicu iui iiiia
special as lot is limited. Plan to come early
and get first choice. .i.. .'...........J. 0 1 li7
For fine . Table Linens,
Black Dress Goods,
Blankets and House
: hold Supplies.
Corntr Third andAlorrlion Stret y V '
Prompt service and re- ;
liable goods here al
ways. Send for Re
r " duced Price List. '
CHANGES IK OPERATING
SANTA FE BAHR0AD
, (jMrM gpsdai Serriea.
Topeka, Kan, Aug. 1. Soma Im
portant changes In th operating de
partment ot tho Santa r railroad wars
put Into affect today.. These changea
amount to a practical reorganisation of
tne operating oepartmeni, necessitates
by the large Increase In business d urine-
tha nast few yea re. Under the new
arrangement tha - different grand di
visions ara oomposea ot tn following
Eaatern grand division Illinois, Mis.
souri. Kansas City, Eaatern and south
ern divisions. -
- Central grand division Middle Okla
homa. Western and Panhandle divisions.
western grana ammon Klver, Colo
rado, New Mealco and RIO Grande dl
MOVEMENT AT BOISE ;
, FOR A CHAUTAUQUA
(oeetil Dwpstak te TW fssmatt
Rllae. Idaho. Aug. 1. At a Blaatlfiv
of-tha-Bols Ministerial aseaelatkm -the
feasibility ot organising a permanent
Chautauqua aaaoclatlon at thla place
waa discussed nd a committee waa ap
pointed to look for a aultable location
for eurh an Institution. Kx-Mayor W.
K. Plerc waa cnoaen to neaa th com
mittee. The movement will have tha
support of the Solas commercial club
and tha clttsen generally, and th In
stitution seems assured.
Gigantic Gathering of Con
Ticted Political Crimi
nals in London.
(JesraaJ Ineil asrvlat.)
' London. Aug. 1. Tbs Russian Social
Revalutleaary party, wbleb -paepetuatea
tba tradlUons of tb old Nihilist or
ganisation, ia to hold Its annual eon
grass la London this month., pelsgates
to tha congress havs already been elect
ed all over Russia, each one of tha II
governments of European Russia send
ing IS menr-whlla Blberia will ba rep
resented by nearly aa many delegataa
again, which will bring the total num
ber -of Nihilists to meet In London to
about 1,800. .... . ..
. The congress will be a gigantic gath
ering of political criminals, for. accord
ing to the rules laid down by th cen
tral committee, no member of tb party
la eligible to th congresa unlesa be ha
had at laat two convictions against him
for political Crimea. ,
Tha congresa will have tha greatest
i-n.i.iiM unnn th revolutionary, and
especially th trrorlt. activity In Rue-
ela, aloe n centra, woiiiiiui-w wi w.
suoiai Revolutionist hav decided to
boycott th election for the third douma
and to carry on Instead a relentless
campaign of terrorist deeds, political
murders and expropriations, a campaign
which, according to th lateet news, J
already being carried on with traglo
V (Jearaal Special service.)-
TB-aahlnston. Aug. 1. In pursuancS of
tha plan of Postmaatar-Oeneral Meyer
1 L .......l.atlnn abfl tksb I n nasM Ififl
Or wflsl rVI I aa .ia va
service of th poetoffle department a
zTl nt tha tnanactlon dl-
vision comes into operation today, A
new aiviaion nas nn t w
headquarter at Atlanta, composed of
Florida, Oeorgia.nouin t-arf.iinm. i n
. a TD l msb A I w 1 i rvn i m mnnlm
lahed and attached to tha Washington.
Mlaalsalppl la taken from tha New Oi
leiTs , dlvf.lon and addd to. the Chatta
nooga dl vision. . ae
Ilnaraal tpeelel Servtoe.)
Man rrancleco. Aug. 1. Harry- Har-
rleon, who has served as a platform
man vne IT veara In this city. Is leading
tbs revolt la tba carmen's union, and
Your money will do DOUBLE SERVICE herev
during the month of August. Prices on all SUM
rMER FOOTWEAK greatly reduced. . t -
LADIES WHITE CANVAS BLUCHER OX-
: FORDS AND GIBSON TIES,
were ,$2.5p, ;nowr; ;v ; . v f ; 'v".'.'i
LADIES PATENT COLT AND DULL KID 2-
,. EYELET GIBSON TIES, Good- JJ A r ,
. year welt soles, grand value at $3 Ji . J) 1 my O
. LADIES' FINEST PATENT COLT BLUCHER
OXFORDS, in turns and welts, JO QC
good values at $4.00, now. . . ....... t)aWeOO
; AND MANY OTHERS
Seventh and H AC FIMTH A I 'C Seventh and
Washington Vi3LIM 1 1 IrlL J
PORTLAND'S BEST SHOE STORE
has a following of 100 members, though
his organisation ta but week old. He
expreesea great disgust at tha manner
In which the atrlke I being carried on,
and makea eenaatlonal charges against
President Comellua, Beoretary Bowling
and other offlora. I - -
A flaring circular was Issued yester
day, addressed to Cornelius, making in
interrogatory form, all manner of
charge against him and bis associates.
Cornelius laughs at th assertions of
Harrison,' who ha say a, -waa expelled
from tha carman's union for making
falsa charges against various officers
ot that body. ;
Tort Wright Ws Abandoned.
Spokane, Wash., Aug. 1. Attorney
Edward i. Cannon ot tbs Portland A
' Start the day right
Tear grocer rererai jevr Betsey If j,
tke SckUllag ' Best; we pa, blat.
Heattl railway has announced (hat the
route through Fort Wright, which was
oppose by the people of Spokane, baa
lletscer A Co, Jwlsrs, til Wash.
?4 to ?I0
It's hot easy to CnJ
that Is both com
iortable and stylish
But In Columbia tailoring
both of these essentials are
There's an air of Refinement,
of character, about the, gar.
menti made "Columbia
way" that appeals to all men
of taste and good judgment :
in the matter of dress. For
a short time longer well in
clude an extra pair of trous
ers free with every suit at
$22.50 or more. Why hot .
take advantage, of. thii jipet
cial concession at one and
get acquainted with the best'
tailoring in Portland? '
Grsnt Phtfley, Mtnttsr. -"
ELKS' BLDO, 7TII and STARK.