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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY EVENING. 1 AUGUST '7. 1907.
Carnival and Fair .Draws in
All of Southern :
PLACED Ofl 11017
Specimens of Four Varieties
of English Walnuts at
Chamber of Commerce.
TOMORROW WILL BE
. GRANTS PASS DAY
Ashland Day Is Friday, and Ettur.
slons Will Ba Bun on Both Great
Parade of Autos High Mark for
' Southern Oregon Touched.
(Special Dispatch to Te Jest-eL)
Medford. Of, Aug. Tha carnival
and fair bow on In thla city la the
moat sueoeeaful vent of Its kind aver
held tn aouthem Oregon, several tnou
sand people are 1n dally attendance,
many coming from other towns of
Jackson and Josephine eountiee, . The
promoter have spared no effort or ex
pense to make the fair -a auccesa. and
the several ihowi and the various dis
plays and exhibits are proving of In
terest to the throne; of visitors. The
city te rally ' decorated with banners,
flags and streams, and. a holiday air
Among the dally attraetlona la a twa
rlng circus, Jit which local riders give
a performance equal in many respects
to' the traveling; tented shows. A bi
cyclist loops the gap and there are
races and contests of various sorts.
. The automobile parade was the pret
tiest thins; of Its kind ever' aeon In
southern Oregon. Medford' has more
motor cars than any other city In Ore-
ron outside of Portland, there being
9 of them here. Many of these, beau-
I ... 1 I JuAHt .... - -A .4 A .
' The fruit and produce exhibits are
splendid, considering the early season.
Many Una samples of pears and apples
are on display.
Thursday- will be Grants Pass day.
A apeciai train will bring; 400 people
from the Joaenhlne count r metroDoila.
Rock-drllllng contests and events appro
priate, for the. mining town visitors wll)
be' riven. .
Friday will be Ashland day. A ane-
rtal train will also be run from that
city to bring; the crowd.
The fair will continue all' Week, Clos
ing eaivaay aignt. , ........ .
toYEFS TLAXS TO
. THE DATE OF; TRIAL
Win Soon rtetnrn to . Boise Gives
His Reasons ' for Not Going
. WthHajrwpod Prty.,-
(Special Dlapatck to The Joaraal) .
' . Boise,' Idaho, Aug. 7. Charles ;H.
Moyer, president of the Western Federa
tion of Miners, released from the county
- Jail hero on bonds, has left with his
, wire and ner sister .ror Manitou; coio--.
rado. where they will remain a few
days, and then go to Denver. After
looking after Federation matter ' at
headquarters for a while he will return
tot Boise and remain till his case la
called, October If It ever Is called. '
Before loavlr.s he stated as his rea
son for' 'not having accompanied the
iiavwooa perry tnai no was amy ui on
bonds, -and that he did ' not think It
proper for him to 'participate la a cele
bration at Denver, or any other place,
which he- would 'have been almost
obliged to do If he had accompanied the
Haywood party, aa 'a 1 celebration In
honor of the latter had been planned;
besides, ha had business In Boise to at
tend to that required his attention after
.the Haywood party left thla city. How
ever, ha thought It would ba perfectly
proper for Haywood to do so.
The-story -sent out that Moyer and
Haywood were at- outs and thst Moyer
had declined -to go-wlUi the Haywood
party on that account was evidently aa.
imaginative effort. ,t .,, .. . ,t wr
TROUBLES OF IIADI
i r iFOR POLICE ONLY
Specimens of English walnuts pro
duced on the farm of J. A. Wled at
Jefferson, Oregon, have been placed on
exhibition In the Chamber of Commerce
exhibit . There are four varieties, nearly
matured. The nuta are large and per
fectly formed, and are shown as con
vincing evidence that Oregon will pro
duo profitable crops of the finest wal-
nats. . i
"Walnut groves already bearing - In
the Willamette valley have conclusively
proven that this region la especially
adapted to their successful propogatlon
as a commercial crop. The walnut tree
thrlvea la deep- rich soli that la wall
drained." aald H. M. Williamson, sec
retary of the stats board of horticul
ture. "Grafted trees are the best pro
ducers. These trees planted at two
year a old begin bearing In live or six
years, and steadily Increase -until they
reacn tneir run growm at aoout .zv
years. The trees should not be planted
closer than ft feet. A walnut orchard
can be ajied tn with filberts, so that
every fourth tree la a walnut tree. As
the walnut trees , spread the filbert
trees may ba cut out, until ultimately
all the Alberta, are removed The fil
bert bears quicker and. reaches matur
ity at eight or 10 years, and furnishes
a profitable crop while the walnut are
growing. If dealred potatoes or some
vegetable may D grown in the walnut
orchard during the development pe
The beet walnut scions are expensive,
costing II apiece, and are scarce at that
price. The reason la that the grafts
should be taken from the old m. and
owners of trees are slow to permit the
cutting back of. their trees. Home Ore
gon orchardiats are starting Engllah
walhuts ' scions "In black walnut trees,
and planting seedling walnuts. When
the seedlings have reached a proper slae
they will be top grafted with the actons
from the black wslnuts, thereby pro
ducing the English walnut at lower coat.
English walnut orchards require rultt.
vatlon and constant care, although 'not
so much as apples or other fruit. The
walnut does not require spraying, ex
cept, m treatment lor ougnt. ..
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS
- FOR MANY POSITIONS
Federal civil -service examinations for
Portland have been announced . aa fol
lows: Marina steam ensrlneer.- salary
1710 a year, August 22; electrotype
molder, salary It1 cents an hour, Au
gust 22; gardener, salary 0O,a year.
August II ; magaiine attendant salary
12 a day, September 4; computer, nau
tical almanac office, salary 1700 to II.
00 a year, September 11 and 12; publlo
document cataloguer, salary l00 a year,
September. .. . -. .
Applicants desiring to take tha exam
inations can secure full information
concerning tha .details by applying to
4. a. ieign, secretary -or the civil
service commission, at the poetofflce.
PNEUMONIA CAUSED :
MRS. WALKER'S DEAT1T
Mrs, Cora Thayer Walker, wife of
Will II. Walker, died at tha family resi
dence, 442. East Seventeenth street, Irv-J
ingion. at 1:10 o clock this morning
from the effects -oft a. savere casa of
pneumonia contracted last . February,
Besides her husband , and son. Mr.
Walker leaves , tnany warm personal
friends to mourn hsr lew. Funeral ar-
rangemenis wiu o awnouncea later.
PEOPLE PAY TOO MUCH
FOR HAULING GARBAGE
"In a year tha people of Portland will
pay out for hauling their garbage to the
? resent crematory more x than enough
o build a-new on' sal i Mayor Lane
thla morning Tha mayor wanla a loca
tion closer In and In this ha la supported
by th health board. It Is likely that
at the aext meeting of the council that
Doay win do asicea to give some Immedi
ate relief for tha benefit of tha publlo
health. . . .
LYING ABOUT AGES IS ;
LIKE STEALING UMBRELLAS
"Moral Character" wag tha theme of
th civil service commlsaion thla morn
Ing, lying tha premise en which th
argument waa mad, and Thomae Cole
man, ax-patrolman, . tha point around
which the action revolved. Coleman,
who Used ts ba a tMilleeman before the
auvrni oi me civil service commission,
lied about Ms age and had been removed
from tha eligible Hat. but the circum
stances were considered extenuating
and he was reinstated. j
Coleman a attorney. R. W. Montagu.
appeared before the commlsaion and
stated that In view of the fact that his
Client had been advised by reaponslbie
cltlsena to ralastaga tils age when there
waa no reavon for doing so, the former
officer should ba given soma considera
tion. Secretary Mcpherson Ini a communica
tion to the board called attention to the
number ef applicants .who lied about
their agea under oath and asked per
mission to have such men arrested for
perjury. The board did not feel dls
posed at this meeting to grant the re
quest and It will probably be taken up
later. Mr. Mcliherson stated that there
had been scores of Instances where men
had preaertted themselves and aav an
aa permitting them to take the ex
aminations when Investigation disclosed
that they were five and ten yeara above
Commissioner Willis thought that men
wne iiea anoui meir ages were tech
nically liable under th law .but he
aounted if a jury would convT.t them.
"Lying about ages Is like stsallng um
brellas," remarked Mr. Willis In show
ing the tendency toward treating the
ae question lightly. ., The frankness of
coieman s confession apnea
members of the commission.
Coleman's confession appealed to the
Isslon. snd since
tne circumstance were mitigating the
members did not feel disposed to act
harshly toward him.
' Charlea Paaalc. the nark emnlove dis
charged by Superintendent Montelth for
aiiegea frequenting ot aa loons while on
duty, naa applied for a hearing, which
will be held Friday afternoon at I
o'clock before Commissioner Brewster.
COUNTY AUDITOR PAGE FORGOT
HOW.TO PROPERLY SWING SLEDGE
-' fftyedal ntapatts te Tie leeraaLl -
Olrmpis, Wash., Aug. 7. Albert M.
Hadl. a Persian subject living at Seattle,
became Involved 'in - trouble last June
which was settled In tha police court at
a cost, of . something over-S100 to Mr,
Hadl. This settlement was not satin
factory to him and he carried hi trou
bles to the Persian mlniater at Wash
ington. In translating -tha facts In r-e
case to hi mother tongue he sonveynd
the 'impression that the authorities cf
King county had persecuted Instead of
prosecuted him. thereupon his difficulty-became
th subject - of interna
tional exchange. Governor Mead was
asked by the state department at Wash
ington to Investigate. A report was se
cured from th prosecuting attorney of
Klngeounty which has been accepted by
the Persian mlniater a an entirely sat
isfactory explanation. . u
i -f - ENJOY HOLIDAY
1 rseeelat tMeeta te The JmraaLI -
Wyeth. Or, -Aug. 7, Wyeth la now a
closed town on Sunday. Tha saloon
met here last Sunday were out strut
ting around and glad to have a day off
once In a while.- They say they are
very glad to get out and that they will
keep closed on Sunday from now on.
Last Sunday someone turned cold
water Into the boilers of the engine
at the O. R. A N. tie plant here, after
the fireman had gone to breakfast. It
might have blown up the whole plant
but fortunately did very little damave.
though It caused some trouble.
:REV. HOWARD DIES ,
r.;J i: OF STROKE SUNDAY
' fftpeeUI Dispatch The lovrnal " '
' Milton. Or.r Aug. 7. Rev. M. V, How
ard, who waa suddenly stricken with
paralysis 8unday morning, while preach
ing In the pulpl t of the Methodist Episco
pal church. South, paased away this
morning. He was 0 rears of age, and
leaves a widow and two sons, one of
whom. P. m. Howard, is a receiving
teller In the Lsdd A Tllton bank at
,n.d- .An,th"V ,on - Prof esaor
Howard of Columbia college, at this
place. Hie two daughters 'are Mrs.
beral end Mrs. R. p? Coaton of Day
ton. Oregon. Mr. Howard lived In east
am Oregon 42 years. " T"
.'7 Cnnipbafldrra to th Wood.
,." (Roeelal Dispatch Tk JoamaLI
North Powder. Or., Aug. 7. Parson
Sloan, who have the contract for
building the foreeters log camps, one
at Beaver Meadow and one at North
-Powder lakes, and for repairing the one
at Teal lake,-leave today with men and
AT THE THEATRES
ETcrybody Like uIlm.n v
rim the Westerner la comedy.
drama aucces with th Allen Stock
rnminnv at th Lyric this week. Last
n'.nht It went with a hurrah from th
v. i y firxt and th demand for Seats
. in. e j ' , e l. arned how good It la l
MASTER IN CHANCERY
George A. Brodle, special master In
chancery, la hearing the testimony- In
the .case of Richard MoOahey et 'al.,
against the Oregon King Mining com
pany, relative to clearing title to certain
mining properties In Crook, county. Os
car Cain of Walla Walla, and Judge
Stephen A. Lowell appeared yesterday aa
attorneys for the plaintiffs. The Ore
gon King mine la one of th richest or
producers In Oregon.
FATHER IS CHARGED .
' Charged with falling to aupport his
four children. T. H Uradahaw w ar
rested yeaterday afternoon at his homo
near Nashville on the Mount Scott car
line. The children are Minnie, aged 16;
Daisy, aged 14: Ruth, asred 11. and
Earl, aged year. The complaint waa
worn to by 8. D. Brlgga. a neighbor
v me srvuoHi, tsraaanaw gav ball.
DEAD IN MONTANA
' ("pedal Dlapatck te The Jmirnal.)
Helena. Mont, Aug. 7. W. F. Ren.
Herman, aged (S years, ons of Montana's
nest-Known pioneers, is dead at Living
ston. Coming west In search of gold,
he turned to farming and amassed a
competency in th upper Tellowstone
country. H la survived by his wife, a
son and - four daughters. One of the
latter la tha wife of. District Judge
nenry. . .
DECIDE ON DARR0W
l . OR RICHARDSON
Until yestsrday evening Deputy Coun
ty Auditor Haael Page believed firmly
that, he waa an export In th us of a
ledge hammer. But ha had" an expe
rience yesterday, that differed consid
erably from tha yeara Of experience that
had led .him to believe mmseii aa ex
pert, and yesterday's experience cast a
doubt on Page's convlctlona.
Deputy County Clark, Harry Bamford
and M. M. Bloch own a gasoline isuncn.
Yesterday evening wnen my "
the river for a ride, they Invited Page
to Join them. The Invitation waa ac
cepted and the three proceeded to where
the launcn waa mwi -j. . ,
Arriving at the wnarf It waa fo-.tn-l
("that a boom otlck which ilea aiong
the bank has two bib "'-.:-"
part way Into it. and these spikes
scratched tha aide of tha launch.
- Bloch borrowed a hammer, but the
tool waa ao light that it would neither
drive the spikes In nor bend them dow.v
so ha took It back, but , soon returned
with a sledge. Stepping over onto th
boom atlck, ' Bloch waa In the act of
driving the aplka In when Page remem
bered that he waa an expert.
'Here, let ma have that." said Page
to Bloch, taking the sledge from his
hands. , t'Tou can't-handle a aledge un
less you know how. I swung a sledge
for yeara. I am an expert.'
And with thla Page swung tha big
hammer and aimed a fierce blow at th
pike. But hi hand had lost Ita cun
ning, for the aledge missed ths aplke
and Page and sledga went Into the
river with a splash.
A friend seised Page aa ha fell and
pulled him out before-he waa complete
ly submerged, and a diver, came along
Presently and reecued the hammer froTi
he bottom of the river.
. TO STATE . N0HMALS
Attorny-Generwl Adyta. That In
: debtedneaa for Schoola Would
'f. - Bo Illegal. '-
(Jonraal Special gervlee.1
Denver. Aug.- 7. Th federation of
miners will hold a meeting tonight to
determine whether Darrow or Richard
son will continue to have charge of th
defense f Moyer and Pettlbone. Dar
row refuse to work with Richardson
for the same reason that Rlchardnon
refuses to work with him. Darrow fur
thermore la willing to be relieved.
aru sa y. "ark-nra -a ww-v "W vataa
' -s., ... .. i .
(Reeelal Dteptlr ta Tee faaraaLt
Astoria. Or.. Aug. 7. Harry t. Oray,
for the laat 14 v-ara In rhirr. nt tha
Clatsoa mill office and a sunckholder In
ine company, ha a tendered his resigna
tion and will move with his mother to
Pendleton, where he WW engage In tha
mercantile business. . .
Eugene Necda More LaJborpn.
laaectai Dtapatrk e Ttia Joernal.)
a.Jcu5n"j-OT VAu""- 7. The street rall
y.K2rfJ?x ueeeeded In aecurlng
fia tS2j-horr" Pr-ent needed, but
n" 'omny atlll needs nor
Eyed VSSSX"" .d.-i
(pedal Dlapatrb t The JoaraaL) '.,
, Balem, Aug. 7. Th attorney-ganeral
yesterday gav an opinion that tha nor
mat schools at Drain and Monmouth
have not the power to Incur Indebted
ness for meeting running expenses dur
ing the coming year. A bill passed tha
legislature la at session providing for the
suoport of these schools but It waa
vetoed by the governor. Communlca
tlona were received . from members of
ths fseultlee of both schools stating
that certain funds were available from
tuition feeo. paat appropriations, volun
tary gifts, etc., and they wished to mak
certain loana to make up the balance.
The attorney-general expresses the
personal opinion that It was entirely
probable that the legislature would at
Its next session paaa the original bill
over the governor's, veto or enact special
legislation on the aubject. In eueh an
event It wouM be -entirely . propr t or
the governing boards . of the ditferent
schools to., reimburse the pertlee who
have donated the funds to meet present
expenses. But It would be illegal for
the boards toJncur liabilities which no
funds bad been appropriates mmet.
HEAVY LOSEg BY FIRE
In "the loss of thd Palmer' Lumber
company's mill near Drain,-which waa
burned to the ground yesterday morn
ing, Ous Orltxmacher, eon of Chief of
Police -Orltsmacher of Portland and a
popular member of the Multnomah club,
standa to lose more or lees heavily aa
be waa interested In the company.
Little" was learned of the disaster ex
cept that the mill waa a total loss. It
Is not known If thsre waa any Insur
ance. If there waa Insurance It was
small.' The lose la estimated by thoae
who know to be about ija.wuu. w. u.
Watrus. president of tha company, was
tha haavfaat loaer.
Th mill vii located one and a half
mile soutn or JJrain on tne ouuinern
Pacino ra ur oao.
BRIEF ILLNESS ENDS-
LIFE OF AGED WOMAN
ui s 'T nrmenhelmer. wife of J. L.
rb,n.ntim.. , nf the Atlaa Assurance
eompany, died at 1:30 this morning after
a brief illness, at th family realdence.
Riia street. Mrs. Oopenhelmer was
(6 yeara old and had been many years
a resident ox rornanu. o..--; -band,
she leayes a daughter, Miss May
Oppenhetmer. who ts now at the beach.
Solomon, wne Jivea in -.iiiu D,
with M. Seller A Co., of thla city. An
nouncements of the funeral arrange
ments will be made later.
STREETCAR RUNS 1
DOWN AGED WOMAN
SUDDEN DEATH OF '
Edwin Jo A en of Beaver Creek Dropa
. In tba Fir Id. of Heart Failn
, Second of FmuJJt to Die So.
(SpecUl Dlspttek ta Tke liiaall
Oregon City, Aug. 7. Edwin Jones, a
young man about 10 years old. while
working as a harvester at Bearer Creek
yesterday, met with sudden death from
heart failure. ' Up to the time of hi
death h bad been in good health. A
brother of his, some years ago, was
found dead In bed In the morning, his
death resulting from th ssme cause.
His parents are pioneers of Beaver
Creek settlement, where tha young man
was born. No arrangementa will be
made for the funeral until bla sister
arrives from tha east.
LID IN MIDAIR
- " ' tlAaraal gnarlal gerrtcs.l .
San Francisco, Aug. 7. Mrs. F. Blu
menthal, 0 years of age. of Johan
neaburg. Kern county, waa killed this
morning by being run down by a Fill
more atreet car- The body waa badly
mangled. Consldeaahie money waa round
on the body. No friends are known In
thla city. - - - ; -.. - y - - .
FIND MAN DYING 7
' IN BAYSH0RE TUNNEL
' (Joernal SpecUl Service. -San
Francisco, - Aug. Antona
Chearanl. a laborer on the Southern Pa
cific, waa found fatally Injured In the
tunnel In the Bayahore cutoff this morn
ing. He died later and It la thought
ha waa murdered.
THREE BODIES TAKEJT I
FROM BERLIN WRECK
Berlin. Aug. 7. The bodies of Prince
Alexander Pogotoff and two sons of
Count Kalserllnk, a Russian captain,
have been recovered from the wreck..
- Boat and Net Thieves Busy.
(flpeetal Mepateh t The JoaraaU) '
Astoria, Or., Aug. 7. Boat and net
thieves are again plying their tiefarloua
trade around Astoria. J. Jarvey flah
Ing with a boat and net belonging to
Phil McDonough of Altoona, moored the
boat at Flaher'a Blip yeaterday. When
he started to go fishing later he foun4
boat, net and all the gear had been
stolen. Th net waa new and th loaa
la heavy. :,.- -.
Good fialea, of Stats Lands. '';
(aoertrl Dttea'tra. te Tk learaaLt
Mnntesano. Wash.. Aug. 7. At a sals
nt state lands held here oa Satnrdav.
the total receipts amounted to 101,220.40,
Many of the tract sold far above their
annralsM' value. Four forties on tha
Sataop river brought 24,100, that ware
aaartlaal at IUU. '
. (Bperlal Dlapatck to Tae fcwaal.)
Aberdeen, Waah., Aug. 7. No eotn
plsints were sworn to yesterday In tha
ornce or i-onc juoge rox. aitnougn
Prosecuting Attorney Bower said a
number were ready for action and the
office of the police Judge waa closed
yesterday afternoon. The work of
prosecution seemed to lag for some un
accountable reason and it waa felt tha
delay waa caused by a desire for com
promise. It Is freely stated that If ft had not
been for outside interference the lid
would have been put on laat Sunday.
One leading saloon-keeper said he- would
rather have It ao, aa his Saturday night
business, when Sunday closing was ex
pected, more than made up for what ha
would lose on a closed lid.
U fin UFR
Heavy Capitalists Who Have
, Money There Start
: V Great Boost.
llpaelal Dispatea to The Joerealt
Vancouver, Wash., Aug. 7. At a
meeting held in the parlora of the Co
lumbia club last evening th Question
of further advrtlaing Vancouver waa
vtsnroual taken trn. and It was the de
cision of everyone present that too
much, money eould not ba spent In thla
Atnnnm thnaa nraaant front outside
point were P. 8. Tyler and W.D. Tyler
of Tacoma, x-uovernor Miles tj. mpoti
of Walla Walla. H. A. Moore, w. .
Moor and K. L, Burnette, all of Port
land. These men. with the exception
of the Moore brothers of Portland, have
purchased the bonds of tne waamngton
Railway A Power company, which Is
constructing a atreet railway system
here. They were escorted to Vancouver
by the Moor brothers. Dinner waa had
at tha Hotel Columbia, after which they
were shown about town in Mr. Moor a
automobile. , . .
At the whoop-er-up meeting commit
tees were appointed to have charge of
the advertising- camDalgn. B. E. Beard.
John H. Blwell and E. M. Randa were
appointed a committee to take up the
matter of advertising In the Portland
daily papera. P. M. El well, E. S. Ble-
secicer, a, h, Easinam ana w. n. raoore
were appointed to arrange for another
lUDiio meeting at tne .oiumoia ciud
or tha purpose of raising, fund with
which to advsrtise the city. It waa the
opinion of a majority of those present
at the meeting laat evening that a com
petent man should be employed to take
charge of the publicity work. Thla
matter will ba further discussed at the
coming wnoop-'er-up meeting. ...
(Special Dlapatck to The Journal.)
Vancouver, Waah.. - Aug.1 7. Julia
Hedgea, employed at tha A. B. C res
taurant, g of tha opinion that th
waters of tha Columbia river are about
aa cold aa possible without turning Uio
ice. oucn an opinion follows aa in
voluntary bath In the Columbia slough
at -vamp Just For run."
with a party of friends miss Hedgea
crossed the river on - the Vancouver
ferry. Soma one suggested that they go
to vamp Just For Fun and take a
rowboat ride. - All agreed, and soon all
but Mlsa Hedges were seated In row
boats furnished by the proprietor of
the camp. Mlaa Hedges refused at tha
last minute to go boat riding, and waa
atandlng on a plank at the water'a edge
wnen euaaemy ner loot auppea ana she
fell into 1& feet of water. Herman
Krdman. a young man from Vancouver,
nappenea to De near ana aoon arew miss
Hedges out of the water. The pro
prietor of the camp kindly lent Miss
Hedgea bis long coat and with: this
about her she returned to Vancouver.
SCHMIDT REUNION ;
DOCTOR SAYS HE
7 CHARGES NOTHING
(Special Dtapatch te Tke Jon real.)
Eugene. Or.. Aug. 7. At the reunion
Of the Schmltt family held Sunday at
in , none or . cnariey ncnneider in
Walker, both the pa rente, Mr. and Mrs.
John 8chmltt, of Cottage Grove, were
present, ana of tnsir it children li ware
entertained. - A general reunion was
held among tba brothers, slaters and
their - families, and ' at th big dinner
nearly 10 people were fed. Those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. John Schmltt, the
arents; Mrs. J. A. Bernardl, Salem;
Irs. William Shulmrick, Farming-ton;
Mrs. O. Hendricks and two children,
Cornelius; Mrs. Charley Schneider and
family, Walker; Adam Schmltt and fam
ily, cresweu; Mrs. Henry Sausbaur and
family, Cottage Grove; Frank and Her
mann schmltt, creswell; Miss Louisa
Schmltt, Seattle; Miss Cecilia Schmltt,
Cottage Grove, and Mrs. Norbert Aya
and children, Eugene. Mrs. Mary Glgge
of Petaluroa, California, waa tba only
cniia wno was not mere.
(Special Dlapateh to Tke Joernal.)
Eugene, Or., Aug, 7. A warrant wna
Issued last night for the arrest of
W. K. Best of Cottage Drove en the
charge of practicing medicine without
a license. 'Constable Plank made the
arrest. The prosecuting wltnees Is B.
B. Job of Cottage Grove. The trial has
been set for Fridsy morning in justice
court. Once before the doctor, who is
very well known In and around Cot
tage Orove, waa brought to this city
nr trial on the aame charge, but the
jury acquitted mm. The doctor claimed
that be did not charge anything for his
service. He said he waa wealthy, and
that his check would probably be hon
ored for 115,000, In cases where charges
had been made through him. he said
ne turned it over to other physicians,
from whose offices th caaes bad been
SERGEANT BATY IN
During tha absence of Captain of Po
lice Moore of the day relief, on his an
nual vacation. Detective Sergeant Baty
has been temporarily assigned by Chief
Grltsmacher to take charge ef the
watch. The chief declarea that aa soon
aa Moore returns Baty will again take
up hla work in -tha detective bureau.
It haa been rumored that the "popular
aergeant It ta be . placed In charge of
the east side station, on Union and Hnl.
laoay avenues, as soon aa completed,
but the bead Of th police department
declares that until the headquarters
across th river are ready for occupancy
an acting captain and aergeanta will not
oa seieciea. .
MAN WHO ROBBED 7
- (Special, Dispatch, to. The. Journal.
Salem. Or.. Aug. 7. Governor Cham.
berlaln today pardoned Maurice Flta
maurlce, who was sentenced on Novem
ber It, lOOft, to three year In the pen
Itentlary for larceny. The petition was
signed by aver f 0 cltliens of Grant
county, including the proaecntlng attor
ney, whe conducted the caa against
him. Fltsmaurlce took 40 from a
Chinaman who had won tha money
from him gambling- In a saloon. Hla
conduct has been exemplary In prison.
, WILL GO IN SPECIAL
Plana are being made for runnlna a
special train over the Southern Pacific
from Portland to Sacramento, to ae.
commodate Oregon men desiring to at
tend the National Irrigation congress st
Sacramento September 1 to 7. The com.
te low rate Of $20 for
Tickets will be sold
pany will make the low rate or $20 for
tne rouna trip. j icaeis win be
August 0 and 11, and September 1.
Alden Kindred of America). "
(Jonraal Special service.)
Tl a W - A ' 4 Tk. .......
meeting of the Atden Kindred of Amer
ica waa held todsy at Nsntaaket Beach.
Members from many part of th coun
try attended the meeting, which was -Jv-voted
to literary exercises and social
SPENCER BUTTE - h
COAL TO EUGENE
Oneelal Dispatch to The JoarnaLt
Eugene, Or., Aug. 7. J. W. Zimmer
man, of tne spencer Butte coal com
pany, expects to have coal In tha Eugene
market this fall. Th road to th
mines, which ar about 10 miles south
west of Eugene, are very good for hauK
Ing while dry, but In winter are Impaas-
aoie ror meavy loaas. sir. Zimmerman
says be has tne promise of Mr. Carver
to run the Sluslaw railroad by his mine.
In case this road should not ba built
the company expects to build one to tha
mines tnem selves.
Sloat Elllco. who have the contract
for sinking the main shaft, have the
Jacket and all other paraphernalia up,
and ar waiting upon aome buckets to
lift the dirt with. They ar expected
at any time. - j -
Y. M. C. A. BOYS WILL
V MAKE WEEK'S CRUISE
A number of T. M. C. A. boya will
start Monday, August 12, In the launch
T. M. C. A. Jr. for a week's cruise up
the Columbia river.' The plan la to
travel In the morning, stopping each
day at noon at a suitable camping place.
where the rest of the day and that
night will be spent. The afternoons will
be filled with side excursions In ths
mountains and all the points of Interest
along tne river, including tne rails,
flah wheels and locks, will be visited. '
The party will be In charge of Mr.
Hale, boys' work director at the T. M.
C. A., who thoroughly understands the
management of such - an undertaking.
There are a great number of boys be
longing to the organisation who cannot
fret away for a longer outing and they
ook forward to thla trip with tka keen
est pleaaura, s
B, F, JONES DENIES
Somebody of Smo Name, or Some
Forger, H Say, .Wrote to
(Special Dlapatck to Tba Joaroal.)
Salem. Or 'Aug. T.-B. F. Jona
wrltaa to the railway eommiaalon that
the complaint of condition aa to rail'
way travel at Medford and Jacksonville
was not written by blm, but that It was
either written by some other man of the
same name or Is a forgery. That It was
the- latter la believed front the facts
that the signature aa well aa tha letter
was typewritten, and no location or
da to was stated In the heading.
The railway commission haa lust Is.
sued an order that fresh drinking water
be provided In all ears and depots where
an agent la empioyea, mat ucaei oiiices
be kept open half an hour before each
faasenger train leaves, and a certain
lme after, and that all waiting rooms
at Junctions be kDt open while pas.
sengers ar waiting for trains, and that
platforma of all stations be lighted
wnen in waiting rooms are open.
FOUR DIVORCE SUITS
7 FILED IN ONE DAY
Three Allege That They Have Been
Deaerted.. and One Charges
i Drnnkenneaa and Cruelty.
(Special Dispatch 'to The . Journal) W
Oregon City, Aug. 7. Four " divorce
utta war entered in tba -circuit oourt
yesterday, three for desertion and one
for cruelty and habitual drunkenness.
Alice Newby In her complaint against
W. L. Nedby says they were married
at Indianapolis October Is. 184, and
allegeathat her husband deaerted her
February 1. 106, and has since railed
to contribute to ner support. In addi
tion to a decree of divorce aha wants
to resume her maiden name, Alloa
William O. Wlmer prays for a dlvorea
from L. Delia Wlmer. The partlea war
married at Stayton, Oregon, August It,
1801. Ths plaintiff alleges that hla wife
deserted him at Portland January 1
Frances F. Rosa Wishes to ba freed
from John E. Rosa The partlea were
married at Portland September 11. l
She alleges that her husbajtd deserted
ner April o, iits. ana naa since con
tributed nothing towards her support.
vomlnlca Barbara sues Bartholomew
Barbara for divorce and change of name.
The parties ar natives or Italy, wnere
they were married at Venaaco. their
native village. February II. l0f. and
shortly After eame to America. She
allegea that ever sine their coming to
tne united, ntatea ne nas treated ner
with aroeaest cruelty, calling her Vila
namea in tne Italian language ana raise
ly accusing her of Improprieties with
other men. On July , 10, as she
allegea, he put her out of their borne.
telling her never to eome paca. a no
locked the door on her. For a further
cause of dlvoroe she chargsa him with
belna- a babltual drunkard, having rem
lar drunken aprees every week. She
want a to resume her . maiden name.
jjoroinica aiongo juoiio. - --
TWO JUSTICES IN
. CLARKE RESIGN
Count)- Commissioners Act on list of
Bond Matters Bids Asked on
Cedar Creek Bridge. -7
TANGLED T0NGUER V
Yielding to the persuaslous of Mrs.
Lola R. Baldwin, the emissary of the
city health, officer, J. D. Hummaeton
of 012 Linn street, Sellwood, consented
yesterday afternoon to eall a phyelolaa
to attend his K-year-old daughter, who
Is 111 with typhoid fever. The Hum
mastons are said to belong to tha Tan
gled Tongues religious sect, snd it wss
reported that they had refused to do
anything for the sick girl except pray
for her recovery. . .
- i,.Sfc i '
ZIMMER'S TRIAL IS -
SET FOR WEDNESDAY
(Journal Special Berrlre.)
Ran Francisco. Aug. 7. Mm II J. Zlm-
mer will be tried by a jury on a mis
demeanor charge ef contempt of court L
for refusing to testuy in ins uiaas
trial next Wednesday. This morning In
tha no I Ice court he plead he had already
been punished on the charge by three
sentencee to the county jail and a $600
fine, but hla plea was not well taken
and the case was set for trial.
Tt took 1(1 ballots to nominate Scott
Ferris of Lawton as the Democrat la
candidate for congress from tba Fifth
Oklahoma district. -,
(Special Dlspatca to The Jaaraat, '
Vancouver, Waah.,- Aug. 7. Th
county commissioner were in aesalon
at tha court house yesterday, -fleveral
road matter were disposed of. The H.
A. Hall road near Washougal and the
H. J. Ferrtn road In Fern Prairie, were
C D. Morrey handed In hla resigna
tion aa justioe or tna peace at lacoit,
and It was accepted. An appointment
will probably ba made tomorrow to fill
the vacancy. .
The auditor waa instructed to ad
verttse for bids for tha construction of
tne. bridge . acroea Cedar creek at Am
boy. The bond' of J. Harvey aa justice of
the peace tot Chalchthle precinct Waa
STOP WATCHES ON
Armed with atop watchea and tape
measures. Detectives Smlthnd Inskeap
have - been -timing tha speed -of antoa
In all parts of the city upon special or
dera of Chief Orltxmacher. The police
and determined to put a atop to .he
practice of chauffeurs of racing their
care through the city, and from the evi
dence gatbred by the two detectives
durlna- tha oast few days warrants will
be secured for the arrest of some of th
moat prominent autolats in Portland.
Judge Cameron announced some tlm
ago that all drivers or autoa wno per
sist in violating tha speed ordinance
and ar found . guilty, will ba severely
. It is expected that th police denart
menti reinforced by the municipal court,
will be able to bring home most for
cibly to motor car owner that the law
must b obeyed and the Uvea of pedes
trians not placed in jeopardy oy scorch
tag. , . 1 . , .
IN DANGER BY BLAZE
Throuah tha action of th South Port
land Improvement company in setting
fir to the brush on their property north
of Fulton for tha purpose of clearing
ill V laiiu, .ivnwv wi, v 1 1 a.. u w iiiir
of the Southern Pacific company and
tne residenoe or u. indermuie were
placed In jeopardy last night.
A special engine waa MninnH-frera
the railroad yarda to keep the flames
from attacking the bridge and engine
Nil 10 n tha flra ri.nirtmMlt alan
turned out (n response to a atlll alarm.
Owing to the fact that the streets In
ths tract are not graded ana no nyarante
have been Installed In tha locality tha
firemen were powerless.
The glare from the flames eould be
seen from alt parts of the city and It
was thought that,a conflagration waa
In progress. The railroad trestle wss
not damaged and Indermule's house also
escaped harm. . . . .
SAN FRANCISCO FACES
(loaraal Special gar ties. )
San Franrlaco. Aug. 7. -This city
will experience a water famine unlet,
the extravaannt consumption cesses.
Th Spring Valley company, which is
the sole supply. Is financially distressed
snd cannot repnlr the main from the
new sources. The company will apply
ta th supervisors for financial aid.
WILL NOT BE CHARGED 7
WITH SISTER'S MURDER
Dayton. Aug T. Hsrry -Jacob and
Bertha Markowlta who were arrested In
connection with ths death of Bertha's
slater, Anna, who with Aba Cohen was
shot Sunday night, were released this
afternoon to attend the funeral of the
slater.- They Will not- ba charred with
laur dec , .
iiiiiwiii iwiiiw J
liovernor runamDcriam Haa
Named List of State's
(Special Dlapatck to To Joaraal.)
Salem, Or., Aug. 7. The following
persons have been appointed by Gov
ernor Chamberlain to ' represent ' tha
state at the National Irrigation congress
to ba held at Sacramento next Septem
ruriuiiiu f , ju. wn(.uB.r, j. men
ardson. F. B. Holbrook. J. W. Cook, A.
H. Devers, 8. B. Rig gen, ' 8. Cornell.
George McMillan, A. N. Smith, J. a!
Buggard, E. C. Q lit ner. C. C. Chapman.
L. Krause, Sam Mendelsohn,- B. L.
Thompson, J. Mallery, Mrs. L. Grand,
staff, Charles- K. Henry, C. B. Williams,
E. P. Sheldon. J. T. Carroll, L B. Piper.
C. 6. Jackson, w. A. Wilson, John Cor
dano, A. B. Blauson. C. W. Cornelius,
George L. Hart man. R. A. Andrew,. N.
W. Rountree, J. li. Labor, Eugene t.
White, Mrs. P( P. Chapman.
- Salem W. R. King. Mrs. W. B. King.
John H, Lewis, J. li. Linn, J. J, La
rymple, A. Huckesteln. -' ,
Heppner Frank. Gilliam, C. A. Rhea,
C E. Redfield. Sam K. Van Victor.
Klamath Kalis Q. T. Baldwin, R. A.
well, James John. M. B. Owlim, WV J.
Furnish and H. fc. Willis Basfccity.
0. F. Hyde, W. C. Cowglll, WJVtf
terson, B. L. Baer, A. L. Curry, 8. Wli
1. B. Bo wen.
Besides these' the following were ap
pointed from various plaoe about th
statea: S. Thomas of Lexington, J. A.
Mallery of lone, C T. Ooodwln of Mtf-
ln. fl r U.a,nll f TTmutllla .T T
Whistler. A. C. Crawford and J. F. Mo
Naught of Hermlston. Louis School of
Echo. W. F. Wooden. C. L. Resmen and '
E. C. Hanley of Jacksonville, C. R. Ray,
J. Hurd and J. T. Reddy of Medford,
F. S. Young and E. J. 1-Yasler of tu- ;
gene. O. E. Wonderly of Rainier, F. W. .
Fenton of McMlnnvllle. Charlea Ballard
and J. E. Shearer of RosebuVg. W. J.
Smith and L. J. Simpson of North Bend,
W. P. Murphy, K. E. Straw "and J. 8.,
Greene of Marahfteld. W. Wright of
Union, Bx F. Irvln of Corvallla, J. iU
Whyt of Astoria. N. 8. Merrill of Mer
rill, J. Mahon of Mule. C. M. Redneld of
Redmond. C. D. Huffman of La Qrnnde,
Burne, C. W. Mallet te. J, R. Blackaby, J.
M. Kackey and Miss Lavlnla Smith
of Ontario. C. W. Allen of Laldlnw. F.
A. Seufert of The Dalles, James Blakes
ley of Enterprise. '
NO MORE GAMBLING
IN FIFTH DISTRICT
(Special Dlapateh to The JooraaL)
Oregon City. Aug. 7. District Attor
ney Hedges last evening announced that
In a week from today the Ud wtll be
put on all gambling concerns In every
Aaa 4m tha fmir counties H ri
der bla jurisdiction, Clackamaa. Wash
ington, Clataop and Columbia, and -that
the lid will be on to atay at leaat dur
ing hla term of office as district attor
ney, and that any violation of the antl
gambllng law will be dealt with most
severely. He hss now the assurance of
will stand by him and will see that th
lid Is kept on tight In their respective
counties. The authorities in Astoria .
have aasured him ot tneir aecermina
tlon to see that hla order dosing up
the rambUng gamea will be rigidly en
forced in that city, and that no ob
stacles will be thrown In hie way by
the of floors, but-on-the contrary, they
will help- him to accomplish his pur
pose. He stated that it was -but fair
to aMv the gambling element a reaaon-v
able time to Quit their business. t , .-
Yesterday artemoon ne sent a copy or.
tha 'nllowlnr order to his deputies.
John M. Wall, at Hlllsboro, Wsshlng
ton county: John C. McCue, at Astoria,
Clataop county, and W. II. Powell, at
St Helena, Columbia eountyi "
Ta Whom It May Concern: I call
attention to section 144 of Bellinger '
and Cotton's annotated code and stat- -ntes
of . Oregon, 'which reads .as fol-
" 'Gambling unlawful. Each and every
persons who shall deal, play, carry on.
open or cause to be opened, - or who
shall conduct either aa owner, pro- ,
prletor or employe, whether for hire or
not, any game of faro, monte, roulette,
rouge-et-nolr, laquenet, ronod, vingt-un
(or twenty-one), - poker,- draw poker,
braar. bluff, thaw or any banking or
any other game played with cards, dloa
or any otner device, wnetner tne same
be played for money, checks, credits or
any other representative of value, shall
be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon
cqnvlctlon thereof shall be punished by
a Una of not more than 500 and shall .
be lmprlsoflrd in the county jail until
such nne and costs are paid: provided
that- auoby person -so convloted ahalt be -Imprisoned
one day for every It of
such fine and costs. And provided fur
ther, that such lmDrlnonment shall not
exceed one year. . .
"That the enforcement of said sec
tion may prove effective I call upon
tha press, municipal authorities and tha
beet cltlsena In the district to. cooper
ate with me in this matter.
"GILBERT L. REDOES.
"District Attorney for tne Fifth Ju
aicial District, state oi Oregon. . .
"Dated at Oregon City thla the alits
day of August. 107." . .
(Special Dispatch to ' The JosraaL) v '
OlymDla. Waah.. Aug. 'f. nnvarnnr
Mead haa added his Indorsement to
thoss of other governors In support' of
the plan fostered by the Spanish-American
Memorial Asociatton for erecting
a suitable memorial In honor of tha sol
diers, sailors and marines who partlcl-
pmisa in me iaie war wun tspain. The
memorial to be erected la a reproduction
of the battleship Maine. - The associa
tion proposes to secure the funds for
erecting the memorial through subscrip
tions from the school children of Amer
ica. ,. ,..,.
, Bnfldlng Permits.
3. Wlanlerkll one-storv rlwelllne. Conk
avenue and Delay, 700; H. T. Walters,
ons and a half-story dwelling. East '
Twenty-seventh street, between Han
cock and Tillamook, 11.100: Mrs. E. it
VlrglL two-story dwelling, East Thlr-,
teenth. near Halaev. 12 Hon-. Henry
Myers, two-story dwelling, East Wash
ington, between Eaat Eighth and East '
Ninth, 11,100; Agnes R. Brunner, two-,
story flats. East Salmon, between East
Twenty-third and Eaat Twenty-fourtn,
14,100; W. and F. Winters, two-story
flats. Twenty-first, between Ollsan -and
Hoyt. 14.200: J. Ii. Wharton, two-story
dwelling, Eaat Eleventh, between Eaat
Alder and Eaat Morrison, 14.200; J. A.
Block, two-story dwelling, Eaat Fifty
third, between Belmont and . Yamhill,
4.J00: JoTin Paulson, two-story dwill-
, ... m. ...,., ,,, irrinocii a.w.
and East, Tenth, 17,000; E. O. Oerfln.
iwo-siory aweiiing. tiaat Mintn, Dei ween
Weldler and Broadway,' 2,800; Frank
Bruhn. two-atorv dwelllne F.ast Ninth.
between Weldler and Broadway, 14.600;
J. Newman, two-story dwelling, Monroe,
between Mississippi and Alblna. 11,700;
Emllle P. Church, two-atorv dwelling.
Cleveland, between Alberta and Wygant,
12.000; Beck Investment-company, six
story office building. Seventh, between
Oak and Ankeny, $140,000; A. O. Hall,
two-story flats, Kearney. between
Twenty-third and Twenty- fth.
mre. vviiiiam. nenneit, two-tKM
dwelling. Davidson, between nm,AI
mrA rVtui.h tl'riA. vr T L. T i in
pair store. Second,' between Salmon and
Main, 110,000. .
Th want ads will brink about a rood
many transactions tndav and at least
on of them should concern you. ' '