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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, .PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY EVENING. 'AUGUST 7.' IZOT.
O; Dclamjiter, Once ; Candl
v date for GoTernor of Penn
: -sylvanta, a Suicide.
Pittsburg-, Au. T.J-Gsorta W. Dsla
rnatsr. former atats senator and later
! candidal (or governor ot Pannaylranla
- ea the Republican ticket, shot and killed
I himself this afternoon tn the office of
which he was prssldent.
i Melancholia le.auppoeed to Tire been
: the cause. He had been worrying over
I the death of hla eon a month ago. Let
Vtera found on his person and which -are
x now In the poasMslon of the coroner
It la thought contain the real cause of
his sslclde. , i - , -
' COKOXER DECLARES "
i ) y OLSON . A SUICIDE
) (Spsriar Dtopetea ts The Jaarnsl
'. Keleo, "W'aah., Aug. 7. A .man known
, as cnariss uison commiuia auiciae oy
. Jumping into the Columbia river near
Cottonwood - leland opposite - Carroll's
point, Washington, Monday afternoon,
v Vf ft Kail ban molovM on arjflahln hna t
j for 10 days and was a stranger In this
vicinity. He sraa about 10 years old.
,'liad 'bine 'eyes red hair and weighed
about 160 pounds. An anchor and the
, initials "O. B." -were jtatooed on the
right forearm. . On the left forearm ws
' another tatoo mark of different deslrn.
After Investigation ' it seemed so con
clusive a esse of suicide by drowning
: that the coroner decided an inquest un
J necessary and the body, was given lm
'. meoiata puna.
NOR D ARROW OUT YET
i , t
. (nyedal DispaUs.ts The JosrsaL)
has been mad by the Western Fedsra-
tlon ' whether Clarence Dairow or E. F.
Richardson -continue- In the defenas of
; the Boise trial a Darrow takes ths
same position that Richardson does, re
fusing to act with- the other. Darrow
says he Will be glad to be relieved.
, Richardson has been the attorney of
the Federation Tor years, tticnaroson
.paves the way for retirement by say
ing that Darrow represents the Social-
lata, whs give the most money for the
w . ciin. -
POUR ILLINOIS HEN
Pans, 111., Aug. 7. Robert and Frank
Henderson were auiea oy jigntning, ana
'.' three others shocked last night. 'Crops
church at Nokemis and two homes were
I deatroyed by ths electrical storm.
7 Bhelbyvllle, II L, Aug. f . F. N. Hol-
land and Frank Anderson were killed
by lightning last night while gathering
, hy- ; ' " -
. ' Golden Cycle Mill Burns.
' (gpaeitl TMspatob to The JoorasL -
' -Colorado Springs,' Aug. 7. Ths Gold
en Cycle mill, the largest plant of Its
' una in in. wunu. w uivt or
j fire this morning. Ths loss Is $760,800.
Denial Parlors '
:t: ITaskinotoB Street,
V" Comer FlfUi
7. '.v .:, ' v'l ' '
Having' fitted op our . offices
with the most modern tpptf
ncei, we are now doing dental
work by " the '7 . "' ' 7 .
"Ho More Fear of the Dental
.V. Chair." - .-'
"Nor High Dental Bill." '
- Sec Our Rales .
During This Entire
. RIbnth '.
Beautiful ,22-karat Gold
Crowns f S.OO
Set of Teeth on rubber f ' S.00
Set , of . Flexible Flesh- ',
colored (very- best)... 9 10.00
Bridge Work, Flesh-i
colored (very best).;..? S.00
Gold Fillings (very
Silver Fillings (very
THE HALL ROOM
.FAIrt TO -DM FRtSH TO UCOHT WE SURLY WINOS-I GUESS
Mci I MAvF A FINE rnrtl HAt FDR TUF c.Trxr m mr aii
nrnni sni. i rit-nn inii nt .-iitii r rnut lu lnr Musi
BOYS.; ; I
It on $9.50 Per. t
'.' jr '-- ' :'.'' CepTrtsht. I SOT. W lMtaJntl-blM. ','." ' ' I
1 W 7""n REMIT riRHOQAN. U WO TRQUBLEiI I
fwtut DIES, 1 1 TEAPIE. BRING ll J Irh'T PERCY JUST j ' '' f"V . ?is
VVHOARETOy j )MRS.rtSV,ATTrt ) LOVELY TO OAT. I S r? -"V"' O
rrSilST JiffiWJ wEv,-v
t- 1- rroTHE i UV; ra' ) V rW HE ET THE PRI2E FOR '
as. m - ii -rs1 X" a l v - ttm i r f . -n - m v wsn -
They Just Mis Winning: the Prize for Popularity I
, , OF TRANSPLANTERS
(Special Stepatck'te Tb Jooraal.)
'Salem, Or Au. T-At a meetlna of
ths board of flab commissioners yester
day a delegation was received from the
men encased, in ths oyster- trade on
Yaqulna bay Ths chief complaint of
the delearatlon was that certain private
companies were transplanting eastern
oysters to certain districts of ths bay
formerly occupied by the native var
ieties and acquiring- ths exclusive right a
to toe oms. certain memoere savancea
the opinion that all transplanting oper
ations should , be carried on by the
government in order that private fisher
men might not be forced out of busi
ness. It was decided that ths stats fish
warden should make a personal inspec
tion of the grounds and that the com
mission would base its action on bis
report. - - .. v - . .
GAMBLERS RECEIVE .
It i n rr '
(Continued from Pac On.)
When Plates or Bridge Work
. 1 I At, ,
orucrco. n.u worK guaranteed
t A . , . . . .
iot iw jcsts. cesi oanic refer-
Ccrner cf rua .
e. Aicrra,- d. d; i, Mr.
I)K. INGLES. Aisocutes. .
as Anthony Comstock. . This is ths, ons
organisation that is now combating
gambling in a systematic way through
out the union. Whan a bill was inlr-v
duced In the Idaho legislature last ses
sion to license gambling, before twenty
four hours wo had word flying to ull
parts of ths state to arouse opposition
and thus killed the bill in commlttoe.
And so by marshalling all ths moral
forces on ths field of battle and having
them led by the mighty votes of The
Journal, this fos of ths home and of
our social and industrial welfare will
soon be driven from our fair state.
The church, and the press united are
far mors potent than vice.
Irew Order Issued.
- The order issued yesterday by Dla
trlct Attorney Hedaea follows:
' "Tn wfcom . It mav concerru I call
attention to section 144 ofQkelllnser
and Cotton s annotates cooes ami stat
utes of Oregon, wnicn reads as lot
"Gambling unlawful Each and every
person who shall deal, play, or carry on,
open or cause, to b opened, (ft who
shall conduct either as owner, pro
prietor, or employe, whether for hire
or not, any game of faro, monte, roul
ette rouge et nolr, lanquenet. rondo,
vlngtun tor twenty-one)-, poker, draw
poker, brag, bluff, tflnw, or any banking
or any other game played with Cards,
dtee,-T any other representative of val
ue, ahall be guilty of a misdemeanor,
and upon conviction thereof shall be
punlahed by a fine of npt more than
1500, and shall be imprisoned In the
county Jail until such fine and costs
are paid: Provided, that such person so
oonvlcted shall be imprisoned one day
for every two dollars of such fins snd
costs: And provided further, .that such
Imnrlsonmeni snail nut vatrcvu
year " "
' -fin tnfl after Tuesday. August II
107. the above section of our statutea
will be stslctly enforced in the Fifth
Judicial district, state of Oregon, com
prising the counties of Clackamaa, Clat
sop, JOiuraDia uia ,iii.y.
'That ths enforcement of said section
may prove effective, I call upon the
press, municipal authorities, snd ths
best cltlsens In the district, to coop
erate with me in mis maiwr.
w u "GILBERT L HEDGES.
Dltr1f Attorney for tho Fifth Judi
cial district cf Oregon."
State Fish Warden' Ifepdrt. ,
(Special bl'pateh te The JenraaLK1 '
Salenv Or., Aug. 7Msster Fish War
den H. O. Van IUBen presented his re
port for July to the board of fish com
mtaaloners yeeterdoy. The - total re
ceipts for the month were tt.S0t.04,
Itemised as follows; Fines In district
JNO.1, 1210.01 No,- I.. 1 3S.SII receipts
from licenses in dlstrlot No. 1, 1,41S.70;
Jc I. sets. r
t mmam mi ,4 snssasassssassav
Foreign Concern FUcs ArUclrs.'
(Specttl Pustck te The JoernaL)
fjlem. Or, Aug. 7.The Tacinc "teel
Wire company fllM Its srUci-s of Ire,
oorporstlon today. It Is a Ban Francle-o
concern wun a capital stock of 1500.
j;o. Ths Oregon .agent U George A.
Pavla pf Portland.
HINDOO SOLDIER ,0F PROMINENCE
WILLING TO WORK AT ANYTHING
Rahman Kabn appeared In ths city
this morning looking for a Job. Hs
was willing to milk cows, wash -dishes,
act as watchman or chief of police, if
only1 he could find something by which
to keep himself occupied. Hs has trlsd
several employment offices and ths man
ager wilt try to get ths bronxs-hued
Hindoo a position. '
Bahman Kahn was a prominent sol
dier in hla own land, because across his
chest hs wears a half dosen large
medals and marks of honor earned In
battles he fought on the British aide.
A gunner tn ths artillery and a major
b rank, he left a nretty fair position
to venture In ths land of the free.
"I no poor man," said ths Hindoo this
morning when asked as to his financial
condition, "but I no have money Just
now. Cost 1500 to come to America and
no- have much left. -Will work if I can
And Job, anything."
The, medala ' worn by ths labor
seeker sre dated Egypt 1SS4-SS, Suakln
1886, Burma 1886-877 Relief Pekln,
Hongkong 1S01. Rahman Kahn ssys
he has been In many fights and for most
of the time acted as gunner for the
artillery. Hs came to this city by way
of Victoria, British Columbia. His
recommendations are ths best.
. Knights of Colnmbns. '
- (Journal Special Service.) .
Norfolk, Vs., Aug. 7. There was an
Increased attendance this morning when
the national convention of the Knights
of Columbus began Its second day at ths
Pine Beach hotel. -A business session
behind closed doors was held this morn
ing, while the afternoon and evening
are left free for entertainment. A fish
fry at Caps Henry thla afternoon and a
i - ; rr.
S I L. J .. J .
Tim p 83 a Cocoa
; is most . appre
ciated. The housewife who
serves GhirardeUTs delic
ious Cocoa for the breakfast
of her loved ones does
much to prepare them to 1
meet all conditions ' of 0
weather- wnrlc tmA wnrrxrl
It lightens her own labors !
- drink a
banqaet at the Chamberlain hotel. Id
Point Comfort, ttila svenlng are the
Brlnolpal features of ths social prosram.
ireat preparations ars being made for
the reception of Cardinal yibbons snd
othsr blah prelates of the church wt;.
are to attend the celebration of Knlgnta
of Columbus Dsy at ths Jamestown ex
CITY CLERK BENNETT
. OF CENTRALIA DEAD
(speetal DStpatca Is Tss JearaaL)
Centralla, Wash.. Aug. 7-Vs. O. Bsn
nett. who had served as cltv clerk of
Centralla for seven yeara Is dead at his
home here, of dropsy. Funeral services
will be held Thursday under the aus
pices of ths Masonic order, of which hs
wss an old member." Mr.: Bennett was
a native of New Hampshire but had re
sided for the last 81 years in Centralis.
EARL NIMS GOES.
; - UP FOR BURGLARY
'' seUI tnasatca te The JeoreeM '
Chehalls. Wash.,' Aug. -' 7. Earl V.
Nlms pleaded . guilty yesterday to a
charge of burglary committed at - To
ledo last week and was given the min
imum sentenoe under the Indeterminate
-lawr bst-Judge Mason Irwin, who held
court during ths sbsence of Judge Rice.
A guard from ths . stats prison took
Nlms away at once. -
' Daoitjr, durable and elegant, it within reach,
of every woman by our plan. 1
" Wa have nearly 100 exquisite designs for - r
sets complete, (.onet covers stamped on
extra quality French cambric, each, 300.
'" Free lessons in embroidery. If finished
complete, hand made and hand ambroid- '
" ered, $1.50 to 110.00. v -Connlt
as for tateit Ukat i or t , 7Vnmi. v
',' . ..k '':- "
attest, Portland, OnpnJ
vary sarasf the
Osrsa svary altssssi
f Maa a Baast
that goad, bseissjt
ItM so goes).
BATH POWTEIl 1 RICE.POWCJ
A Perfuroed Luxury foe the Bath. I Best Toilet powder. Antiseptic"
- n l- w
Softens Hard Water. Better
than Perfume, 25 baths.
pure. . Relieves sunburn and
OS) MAlLtO HY us.
chafing. Best far
v. - :" ; ,
NEAR ; ; .
... 5 OBEOON--ON
Day ;" '
- Nowhere along the Pacific Coast are there to be found such excep
tional opportunities for summer resorts as are adjacent to Bay City.
This means that within a year or so, thousands of Portlanders, tour
ists and people from'sll parts of the world will be flocking to the
Tillamook Bay country.' ; Bay City is : the railroad 'Center for thia
- section and the main point on the Lytle Road. All 'traffic must
converge here. Oaripaldi Beach, 11 .miles long,. extends -rom tne
opening, of. Tillamook Bay north to the Nehalem river. Bayocean,
Park, with 8 miles of bay and ocean beach,' extends along the
mook Peninsula, south to Cape Meares lighthouse. These
- beaches are as smooth as glass. Bayocean Park is being developed
rapidly.; A $250,000 hotel is about to be built. A' company is now
- platting. a new resort at Garibaldi Beach, to be called Oceanians
Park Beach. Others are .in prospect It means simply this, that
very DOLLAR placed in Bay City property now will yield TEN
DOLLARS within-a year. . The Lytic Road will be completed in
1908. Information of all kinds will b supplied free by the Bay City
, Board of Trade, Bay City, Oregon. . .' v
Bay City Land Company
319 Lumber Exchange,
170 Commercial -Street,
Ciires Biliousness, Sick
Headaches Sour Stom
ach," Torpid Liver and
Pleasant to tall -
Cleanses: the system
. thoroughly , and clears
sallow ' complexions of.
pimples and blotches.
It la guaranteed -
FOB SJAXB ST Ut BBVOOItTSJ.
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A DIRDSEYE VIEW
v HEIDELBERG REASONS
JU5T ' twenty minutes' ride on the car from the heart of Port
land is the most desirable addition that has ever been put cfn the
market in the northwest. The idc?aMeauty of the location, its '
healthfulness, the exceeding richnessof the soil, all combine to
make HEIDELBERG the perfect opportunity for the investor or,
homeseeker.' V r'
justly famous "BULL RUN". supplies HEIDELBERG
with water, the purity of which is unexcelled anywhere in the',
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y is the fixed purpose of the owners of this magnificent tract
' to make HEIDELBERG a suburb of cozy homes and beautiful
gardens. - The building restrictions guard absolutely against any
undesirable improvements.' . . . , ' - , , .
. W JCy want you to see this property. We want to emphasize the
. . ; . fact that these lots are within the reach of every one. -
r 303-6-r-O BUCHANAN ELDG. POUTLATi'Ds OlUt.