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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11. 1C07.
(Continued from Pat One.)
' which though but 41 fc"" old, bs
kituniHl glgantl proportion ot . th
gravest nature. ..-.-. .r.:-
v. Ufa and tfc Straggle- .
. Front series t scattred,klrmlhs
between the Postal and Westsra Union
' Telegraph companies and Individual lo
rn.) c tha Commercial Telegraehoes
i union the present trouble tonight sud
denly loom up ft life mil death
struggle between the ; union and the
, corporations. V . ' . - ; ...'
Ijiptomatio relation and treating are
Bow out of the Queetlon. A tee t of
i strength ta demanded by both aides.
Meanwhile there are promisee of ut
tering from one of the greatest and
' most harassing strikes lu the labor
Tonight active steps ace being taken
to assemble the finances of all organised
' labor In a defense fund to battle against
.the millions of the telegranh- eom-
panies. With sufficient funds for. ail
present needs. Secretary NockslS of the
Chicago federation of Labor tonight Is-
hc1 a call for the leaders of the af
filiated associations of the national Tea
e ration to be held In Chicago next Sun'
. day. ',. r . " ,
Valons Will Mass mil.
'. As a keynote I . the meeting a week
..' hence. ' James B. Connors. -. vIoe-BTSnd
master of the- Switchmen union of
Nortel "America, at a mass meeting of
operators tonight pledged the moral and
financial support of his organisation of
17,000 to the telegrapher in their pres
ent trouble.. ,. -
John Mitchell. John Fltxpatrlck and
the other labor men of national repute
are expected at the meeting a week from
. tomorroulj to come prepared to pledge
in nuancuu support oi tneir organii
tlona, i -i . .
A capitulation of the hostile force
to be arrayed in the Impending strug
gle ehows 8.000,000 laborers with strike
.funds aggregating f 6,000,000 against the
' wealth ot the (ioulds and Mackays,
amounting to nerhaDs ll.SOO.oon.ooa and
the almost unlimited political power of
- uw uig iruni lines ot raiiroaa con
trolled by the two families. - To thl
. wealth may be added the combined
riches of Wall street, exceeding 1.000.-
AAA AnA . k. .1 . , 1 . ii.i . '
all Industrial- and government depart-
Aasrtoa races Barton Crist. V
Both aide regard the coming struggle
aa the most serious crisis that has yet
confronted American Interests. Cable.
grams from London and the Bourse re-
ceivea oy i-a Bane street bankers re
flect thl sentiment in the European
Labor union throughout the country
, are sending assurances of their coopers-
lion of their extreme support In the
vent OI any trouble occurring In thl
vicinity. Alarmed at the possibilities of
other interest being involved, the con
servative and more radical interest are
preparing an appeal to President lloose
velt to arbitrate. -
Radicals In the Telegrapher union
' nay the attorneys for their organlsa
tlons ere at work on a plan which will
possibly be launched Monday for the
taking over of the telegraph line by
. the government aa a matter of publlo
. welfare. They are acting to give the
, government control In extreme cases.
Ity Monday, -with New York and the
. east tied up the present case will be
"extreme. " , . i4 .;..-' ..-..,- ,
' Movement Yo General Strike. ,'r
That thing are moving satisfactor
ily towards a general strike la shown by
the exchange of the- following telegram
.between General Secretary Kueseil and
the New lork local:
"Joseph Ahean. President local H,
' rnv city. Secretary Thomas, Acting
.President the C T. V. A., New Tork:
"1 he situation is most serious. Chi
cago Is tied up. The Board of Trade I
paralyzed. I think It advisable ta pre
pare New Tork in readiness to "take it
part should It become necessary. We
are not going to stand Idly by and
have strike breaker Imported Into Chi
cago point. i
"WESLEY : RUSSELL. d .
"MOORE, ... ; :. . "
. Ch airman Executive Committee, Chi
r cago" " v -i '. - , t
"The New Tork boy are with you
heart and soul. The only way out la to
win cut. Special meetings under way.
' , ' "JOSEPH AHEARN.V .
' . Talepfcon Company srotlfiedV
s At th Chicago meeting tomorrow th
. brokera and Associated Press operators
will be heard. The telegraphers em
i ployed, by th brokera don't want to
atrike. The Associated Press operator
have demanded an eight hour day. They
claim the communication to Oeaeral
' Manager ' Melville Stona - ha been If-
Bored. ' - .. -
- . The telephone company her ha been
- notified that If it receives any. more
, mesiwgea from the Western Union and
, Postal companies for transmission over
Its wires, a atrike of its "repeaters"
. will be called. The "repeater" are eleo
trlclan members of ths C T. U. A,
whose services sre necessary for mak
, Ing out of town connections.
Supxrfhtendent Corbett, a Cleveland
, official, ta aald 'to have offered non
, union operators tn Detroit t cents' earn
' mission on every message through Into
. Chicago. Superintendent Crappen of tha
Postal in Chicago ha Issued a state
ment to the operator justifying th po
. alt I on of his company,
.Twenty new strikebreaker from Now
' Tork arrived tonight in a special ear.
, They ar said to have been paid a
.bonus of IL60 a day.
' Salk a Zuermon BiobMa. -'
' Th spirit of th union was vary
. strong tonight, but . General Secretary
Russell in a spirited Interview said:
."Ths operators and all of th union in
America ar tired of creating riches for
' people who revel in luxury while the
men and women who produce all th
'millionaire enjoy are only able to live
by counting every penny.
"The Gould family ha American
money, palaces, automobile, yachts,
jewels, rich gowns and senranta in
greater number than any - monarch,
while th operator sit at telegraph keys
until they become prematurely aged and
t 3U- '!
- good set rca
'''I tT f Ak-k.
Sam kind all our
make;- , only , dif
ference is th
Jroflt w ask. '
I ridge work ' or
plates. ter tontH
t AA lit aic
lauiA TTtTlng., np from ..SI .OA
Silver Fillings, up from.....T.50
i.na mel billing, up from. .". . S 1.00
Crowns, gold or
porceUin ...... ...3.00-S,On
rainless Extraction ......,....50v
A guarantee for 19 years with all
work. La-dy attendant - jt .(.
1 . IiB AtTO COVCX STXKXTS. ,.
I 'M evening until f and Sunday
Vhtrne. A 101
nervoas wreck coining th luxury for
atackay rays Starvattoa Wage.
"Mackay is no loss a sybarite than the
moat extravagant member of the Gould
family, lie had a IdO.ooO chaps built
in ma mansion and while Ms family
kneels in a marble shrine, the master of
the household is paying youna women
vfwi viarvauon wsaes.
"I have telegraphed President Small
stating that a severe strike is on. snd
asking him to coins here to call a strike.
"W insist on our original demands of
aa eight hour day, a 1ft per cent in
crease and the company to furnish type
writers. We want inure wage and lea
waUred stock." - .
Karkat Six Hard. '
Commercial exchanaes anil atno.k mir.
keta were plunged into madness sarly
today.'- No news was being received ex
cept reports of wild fluctuations In
stocks. Industrials suffered. Railroad
Shares, too, were desperately assaulted.
Fortunes were lost In a few hours. Chi
cago had slight assistance through Mil
waukee until 4 o'clock.. Then the oper
ators there struck.
It Is a four hours' run to Milwaukee.
Mail sack going to and from that city
filled the cars. Thuae contained tele-
r rams delayed la Chicago and telegrams
ntended for local delivery. There was
a rush of business for a while. . Then It
ceased, short, abrupt. -
Atlanta. Memphis. Birmingham and
Meridian talked over the long distance
telephone with Wesley Russell acting
president In Chicago. He told them to
remain until they were called out. Later
votes were taken and they aulc ,,.
: Vewapapec Wire Beoom Silent, '. .
8edalta. ' Missouri: Jackson. Mlaat-
slriDi: Nashville. Mobile and Oklahoma
City and some other cities also went out.
Southwest or ou xxiuis lew wires are
working. Texas is suffering. Lmllaa,
f ort wortn, w aco. pan Anionm ana uu
veston were tola The leaaed wires of
the Galveston and Dallaa newspapers
were put out of business. ,
Omaha and 81 Paul are the two sta
tions for the West With atrike on. po
messages can go west. Thl i expected
at any moment. i 5 ,
Long- distance operator and wire
chiefs will mset tomorrow to vote upon
a strlka They ar In hearty sympathy
with the telegrapher. They worked ov
ertime today. Tha telephone company
was flooded with oalla from other cities.
Now theao wires ar to go.
Minneapolis went out tonight. Most
of tha aouthern clttea cloaed earlier In
the day. Cleveland 1 without wire. At
midnight Indlanapolla was preparing to
cloaa Spokane and Butt were closed
In the afternoon. St. Loul 1 without
communication. , It 1 difficult to get a
telegram in or out of a western olty.
Th south la no batter off. , -:
' -ITew Tork Vivotal Vofji. v..- : -
Th plan of tb telegrapher ar to
make a ehort con ir est Ion. For they are
to marshal all force. New -lork I
trembling. . Th men and women there
expect to go out Sunday. Then the
atrike will go to Boston. Philadelphia,
Baltimore and Washington. : America
will then be atricken. .
Washington 1 much excited. It is
not Improbable that - th government
will take action Monday. Two special
men from th department of commerce
and labor reached Chicago "today. Tha
strikers assert that the Western Union
and Postal com Denies ar on and th
same. They declare that they form a
perfect monopoly. If thl I so and 1
proved th authorities will b aaked to
act. Th wires could, so say th at
torneys, be aeisea by tn government. -
The atrikera In Chicago are orderly.
Ho ona haa committed a disturbance.
Picket lna- has been forbidden 'by Po
lice-Chief Bbippey, .it strlksr attempt
to interfere with non-union men. to try
to persuade them, they are ta be arrest
ad as vagrants. -..
Press Operator Will Quit. - '
'.Brandt' hall will be th scsne of no
tion tomorrow. First there will be
vote a to whether tb operator of th
Associated Preaa ar to quit. Tbsy have
a multiple of rrtevnneea ' About 600 ar
employed in ths United States. They
have long hour and small pay. A
general strike . seems positive. With
theea men out Including the long dis
tance telephone wire chief, Chicago
will b paralysed. ,
After the wire chier or tn telephone
compsny and tha Associated Press com
mittee finish there will be held a gen
eral union meeting of the executive
committee. There I to be a demand
for an Increase of salary from broker
leasing wire. These operators, ao
claim union officials, are underpaid.
Th demand on tha Posts and th
Western Union will be for an eight
hour day. It per cent Increase in pay,
the Companies to furnish typewriter
and to show no discrimination because
of sex. Th women must be treated aa
men when salaries ar considered.
Operator Ground Trunk XJaea.
Cot were placed In both of flea to
day. Borne to or leaa operator arrived
from New Tork In th morning. Later
a halt doaen Joined the union. In Ohio,
Indiana and New Tork. through which
trunk lines pass, operators In -the
smaller towns . either grounded i or
plugged the wires. Thus If there had
been operator, there were no wire to
work.' -'. ' y .v .-, -i ,
It was reported tonight that all oper
ator in th Detroit Western Union of
fice had struck because on of their
number, had been discharged for re
fusing to take a measag from a non
union man, v -
Before th operator could leav th
room th manager 1 said to have capit
ulated and to have reinstated th oper
ator. Again It was aald that th union
men were meeting at midnight to atrike,
B resenting the same grievance as ex
it In Chicago.
It I ald that of th 11,000 telegraph
ers In commsrotal offices In th United
States 70 per cent ar member of th
union, and of th 4i,000 employed by
the railroads (0 per cent belong to th
Order of Railroad Telegraphers. It la
also claimed . that except th striker
there are not S00 telegrapher in th
country capable of employment. : .
N0ETH BANK ROAD
w. . (Speds! ..tMsnstek ,. .Tlx .JeraeV.,..
. Hood River, Aug. 10. Surveyor
have been busy for th past week plat
ting a new townslte on th North Bank
railroad.' about a halt mil west of
Blngen. Th apao laid Out 1 about a
mil and a halt on way by half a mil
th other and contains land equivalent
to II city blocks. The town ha been
named Joelyn and 1 - owned by th
Swann-Hammond Lumber company,
which 'recently built a sawmill there
and 1 now said to have preparation
under way to install an electric light
plant end furnish a water system. Th
townslte is midway between Blngen and
White Salmon, paralleling th railroad,
and It i said the railroad company 1
Interested In It. Great activity in build
ing 1 going en at both Whit Salmon
and (Blngen, owing to th approaching
comoletion of th- railroad and it 1 ex
pected that the next tw months will
aee a marked lnoreas In tha population
of both place. -. t ,
GOOD STRIKES OF
ORE AND PLACER
f-:-: -If ,
" "pedal Otstateh s The learaaL)
North Powder. Or, Aug. 10. Aa Im
portant strlk has been mad In th
Anrell mine. While following an It
inch lead a body of gray eopper or
was opened that was 11 feet acros and
la yielding from 1100 to $00.
. The MuTr mine ar now shipping or
from North Powdor. In tunneling 1,000
feet, (0,000 tone ot or waa opened, tha
sssaya running from 160 to 1600 per
. While enjoying an outing O. II. Sloan
picked up a gold nugget, worth a dollar,
and two others of less value, but equally
rich in proportion to else. 11 1 out
now ta stake off his claim. - - - -
" '"V '"" To rroioc Seal;"-;"" "f."
"jHearet News by Leagest Leased Wlra)
Washington. Aug. 10. The naval
transport Buffalo ha been nt to th
prlblloff Island to a- - .--otec-tlon
of seals. f V
Makes Full v Confession to
Sheriff While Coming
V From Pendleton. I .
INFURIATED CITIZENS V
THREATEN TO' LYNCH
Cnlprlt,' Stole ta Vom Pentlletoa
Last Sunday JUtght, Got His Man
and Stole Out Af aln The Woman
In (lie Case. i i
' (Iseetal Dispatch s The JeexaaL)
Th -Dalle. - Or, Aug. 10. When
Sheriff ; Chrlaman and Deputy Wood
arrived lata this venlng from Pendle
ton with their prlsonsr, Ed Ooasoa,
they found a crowd of 100 enraged man
waiting for them at th depot, wrought
up almost to lynching heat by the news,
which had preceded tn party, that Go
son had on th train mad a full con
fession to Sheriff Chrlaman In which
he stated " that h had killed Ernest
nenorai, in Italian rancner, at tn noma
or tn latter en aou creea ariy lasf
-Instant and snsrgetlo action in Jth
pause oeroro in storm was aue to nreaa
kept it from breaking at all, and Ooseon
waa almost hurled into the Jail, locked
in the strongest cell and a strong guard
posted. It i thought th law will take
It course without any further publlo
uemonatrsuon. ,-; - "-
- : Two Oonfsaslons Ajrraea
Ooseon told Sheriff Chrlsman that ha
had not seen Mrs. Bsnoml for some time
before the murder. Ha bad atolen back
quietly-from .Pendleton Sunday night
ana naa msae nis way to in Benomi
home. There J he shot Benoml as he
slept. He said he had not spoken with
nor even seen Mra Benoml that night
before the shot was fired - that killed
Benoml. He admit precedent intimacy.
Mra Benoml make the earn admission.
They ar silent regarding actual con
spiracy to kill Benoml, but th aweatlng.
it la oonriaently expeoten. win fetun
thl as easily as th confessions as to
in nu laota nave neen eouceo.
Uf FEAR OF BEXOMI vi;
Gosson's Mother Wrote to Sheriff to
V : This Effect Weeks Ago. ' "
' (iDeelal " IMsDatek " t Tae Josraal.)
- Pendleton, Or Aug. 10. Sheriff
Chrlaman and Deputy Woods of Wasco
county arrived today from Th Dalles
ta take charge of d Ooeaon, accused
of the murder of Ernest Benoml early
Monday mornlna- In Wasco oountV. -
following an examination thl morn
ing1 Ooaaon maintained hla Innocence, at
the same time admitting that th case
against mm looaea oao. - -
Befor coming to Th Dalles th off!
oers secured testimony from Mra Be
noml to tha affect that Ooaaon killed
her husband, though It 1 aald tha wo
man la now Implicated la th plot to
Sheriff Chrlaman Stated that th
mother of the prisoner wrote him a few
weeks ago that Benoml had threatened
the lit of Ooaaon and herself. Accord
ing to th officers from Th Dalles
Benoml waa not a man who was likely
to Kin anyone. , : j -
Ocsson here declared he had ao in
fatuation for Mra Benoml.
"1 FRISCO OPERATORS
(Continued from Pag One.)
th anion operator la San Franclsoo
and Oakland will vote on the strlk
recommendations of th executive com
mlttee. The resolution adopted at th
meeting Friday night assart that be
cause of discrimination and Intimida
tion of .the Wsstern Union Telegraph
company th operator shall leav their
key at the call of tha presldsct ot th
Th sentiment among th operator
seems to be to strike and today many
were outspoken in their condemnation
of tha methods pursued by th Western
Union Telegraph company since tha
agreement on July It. saying that ths
women operators, particularly have been
Intimidated. This is the charge of mem
ber of th executive board of th looal
Kthelbert Stewart, th agent of th
department ot commerce and labor, who
Is now In Los Angeles, today sent the
following telegram to President Small:
"Associated Press representative
states you hay called a meeting for
tomorrow - for a vota aa to - whether
strike shall be called at San Francisoo
and Oakland. I trust this la not true.
Even to vote-on such a proposition there
Inside ot so day from July 18, would
Indicate a willingness to break that
agreement and to strlk there would
nd all possibility of a settlement her."
- Associated Pre Wrong.
Th following I a copy of th reply
sent In snswer by Presldsnt Small:
"Associated Press report not correct.
To hint at willingness on our part to
break agreement sounds Ilk hug Joke.
Would reapeotlfully suggest you return
to Oakland and investigate carefully.
Ton will find that O'Brien. Jeff and
May have broken sgreement every hour
sine July 10. Matter cannot b ad
justed locally." -
The strlk haa now assumed national
proportions, - a la shown by th tele
gram of President Small to th agent of
the commission. It cannot be settled.
It cannot be settled by tha reinstated of
th Los Angeles operators, but th fight
I on to a finish, though the president
of th national union refuse to mak
such a statement at present. Th main
trouble Is in Oakland, according to pres
ident Small, and it fa there that Stew
art should be if th strlk is to be
brought to a speedy settlement.
President Small mad th following
"At the present tlms it am unprepared
to mak a statement. Whether th local
will go out tomorrow I cannot state.
Th atrike Is assuming serious propor
tions, and In a few days I will be called
on to make some definite stand. - To
morrow I will b able to give you a
etatement, but at present If 1 lmpos-lbia-
. - All WlH Tev Keys.-
tf th operator -at th meeting' tomorrow-decide
to atrike all of the
union employee will leav their key
befor Monday noon. Th recommenda
tion a of tha executive board that Presi
dent Small call th atrike have not been
noted on by th head of th national or-
fanlsatlon. II aald today that under
he constitution th. power rested with
th union, and that at th meeting to
morrow the strlk question will be de
cided. No action has been taken by President
Small in answer to th numerous tele
gram (nst have poured in from various
locale asking' if th ati-lk shall be
called. He has aa yet taken no decided
stsnd, but tomorrow h will give out a
statement that will rover the situation.
At the present time there ar 171 un
ion operators employed la th Westsrn
Union office in San Francisco and Oak
land. These men and women ar stanch
to th union cause, declare th members
of the executive committee, and every
on of them will leav their key should
the strike b decided on.
The reply of president Small to Agent
Stewart means that the reinstatement
of th union operator and th settle
ment of the strike In Loa Angele would
not be th end of th strike. The strike
lias now spread so It la a question to
he dealt -with by the national officers.
Within a few day it Is expected that
a meeting or tne . national ' exeoutlve
f ' ' ' 1 -
The national, convention of th Amal-
ramated association of street and elec
rlo railway employee will be ,beld at
New Orleans next month. .
' '' ' ('1. V A 'to -vjk.
ii 1 1 ' - ' ,'...,'.,&:..:.
Will Buy a MONARCH
We can sell you s Surprise Range, tlx lids, high
closet and 16-inch tnren for V. ............ .f25.00
We will sell yott a Dinner Bell Ranre, full trimmed,
high closet, 14-inch oven and pouch feed for f 28.00
Coata more, but will !ait at long at yon jive and
gire satisfaction all tne time.
,: ra frail
I 1 1 c
"'.- f. .' , r, T 1 Sasalsssf , laissssssaiii ( . , t" ,
Will Be the Price of a
5 Monarch Malleable Ran
After September 1
Other ranges' are jold only because
, people do not know about ';
: : X Or do not realize ." . '''-
that "The Best Is the Cheapest"
tet wide and 7 'Vet long. You know without, telling -that the
tegular price is
- is Tarda ana Wade
tnina Atatting, yara ...... ......
una Matting, yara ...i
p Matting, yard ...15e) V
td 10 yd a, China Matting, yd. 12 S3
p Matting, yard , ....20 .
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'All nnrr-fi furniture now in stock most be sold. Prices, no object and no U
' H)JH Sn.' T "' v v Settees reduced. IT.7 to .,..f4.R0 ' Chairs reduced. i.T to ...M,2fr
XJ:fQj - Settee reduced; . to ....ft3.75 Chairs reduced, $3.to ,...,a,i.O)
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Fibre Carpet Is a nw- floor
covsrtng, made ' of American
grass fiber. It I one of the
most popular, low price -floor
coverings ever shown. To close
out odd and and and mak
room for th new fall stock we
are. thl week, making the ex
treme low price of ......36
Fmplr Blrdsey Maple
d ...... . .23.B0
Nanoleon Beds. - golden Quar
ter-sawed oak , S27.B0
Napoleon Bed, birdseys '
maple . . ' .30.OO
Napoleon Bed. ' extra fin. ,' " '
golden quarter-sawed . L '
f. Blrdsey maple er ma hoe- I
j any . . . . ... ........ . S40.OO
Cart formerly 1X0.00. square j
handles, now S6.BO
Cart formerly tia.10, nickel -trimmings,
Cart formerly 115.00, stel ' . A
, tubing, now lO.BO ,
; Cart forrariy. 21.00. all nickel- J,-;
pUUd, now. i,..,r.,.....S14.T5 .,
-' -tTvriibiMrisxsausJ.tfr' f . u
; mtL&m X
Beautiful - quarter-sawed and ' polished Hall
Keats of aolden finish. If Inches wide, back
' IT inches high, seat 17 Inches deep, regular
Friee 7.0; while they , last , will be sold
or '....... i . ,. ... r . ,94.75
Fin Jarg Hall Seat. Ilk picture above,
quartered and polishsd golden oak or weath
' . ered oak. 40 inches wide, back II inches high.
'seat IT Inches deep, regular value 110.00; we
- have but a limited number whioh w will'
clos out at ..... ,.... ...9t).7o
, Hall Class Special
Hall Mirror.' 14x14, with l-iiion
'oak frame, but not lust exactly
' Ilk th picture, worth $1.60
'for ............ .....,...S1.78
Your Credit Is Good
Prcscut Glass 4-Piece Set 50c
Cream Pitcher, covered Bnttr DlBh,
Sugar Bowl and Spoon Holder aa for
the same price of one. Brilliantly fin
ished, tb latest and best production in
imitation cvft glass, tha design and' lus
ter making it hard to distinguish be
tween the Imitation and th real
1 -Inch, perforated
leather .... . . .20)
We Xav AH !
Royal i Granitewarc
No. 1 Frsserving
Kettles, regular 10c.
special .... ... . After
No. 1 Preeervlng
Kttle. , rgular JSe.
special .... ...,20
No, 20 Preserving
Kettles, regular SOo,
special .... ....23
No ti Preserving
-Kettlea regular 10
Presacut gtass '" Rose '.
Fowls, faltering shape.
11 inches wide, and 4
. "nches high..,.. . .294
Iarg - glass Footed
Bowls. 15 inches wide,
10 Inches hlgrv has the
appearance or real cu
lass, wonn eve.
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LUMBER COMPANY X X"
: ; , BUYS HAIL LINE
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Storey .BracheF; Corporation Takes
' Over Eugene, . Springfield and
' Other Bights sad Franchises.
- (Special tHspatek t Tie JearaeL) '
Eugene, Or, Aug. 10. Once more th
streetcar II n In this olty, with fran
chises her and at Springfield, ; and
rights of way tip th McKenxl, baa
deed wa filed yes
terday recording th sal of th prop
erty by A. Welch to tha Kugene East
ern company, which ta a Storev-Bracher
corporation recently formed. The
Storey-Bracher people declare they will
push tha work right on, bulldlnr what
they can of th Una to Springfield this
winter and pushing on Up the McKensI
a soon aa tlisy can get aufflclsnt tabor,
material and rights of way. -
Tha dlrectora and offlcera of th Eu
gene 4k Eastern ars: -President, J. O.
fitorey; Vice-president, A. Welch j secre
tary, George Hracher; directors, J. O.
Storey. A. Welch, N. W. Hall, J, C.
Bracber, George Bracber and J. M. El
liot. . 1. O. Storey, I, C JBrachr, Oeorg
Bracher and Jr. it. Elliot belong with
the Storey-Bracher Lumber company.
Thl company -own timber' lands all
over tha state and It is understood that
thsy do not want to have to depend
upon any on system of railroad and
desire an electric line to connect their
properties with th market. ; -.
: - (Special Dispatch t Th learaat) ''
Pendleton. Or.r Ang. 10. Marshal
Ourdan today arrested Jo Kelly, a
oonvlot who escaped from th walla
Walla penitentiary July 8. A reward
wss offered. Qurdane reeognlsed him
while eating at the Star restaurant by
a peculiar way he he ot holding his
head back en account of soms obstruc
tion In hla throat ,
SHEEP B0ABD MEETS
IN P0BTLAND SOON
' (lltweial DUpeteh te Tea JnernaLt
" Pendleton, Or Aug 10. Preparations
are now being made for a meeting of
the stat sheep commission at Port
land in a few da?B. T. F. Hnylsn, pres
dent of ths commission, has srrlved
from tenver, and stale that th meet-
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j i mtXW. BLDO, PORTUAND. OREO '.!,v. ,
DSHNKat-WALKER 8TUDENT8 SUCCEED, WHY?
' They ar trained for business In a buslness-llVs wsy.
, Placed 111 pupils into lucrative position during last year.
, i Why not enroll in a reputable school that place all of It graduatesT
H. W. BEHNKE. Pres. f - I.lt. WALKER. Prtn.
- SB1TP POm CATAtOffOTs. .
ing will be held for th purpose of go
ing over the work of th last few
months, during which time th sheep
of the stste hsve been dipped in sc
cordanc with th present slat sheep
law.-j -. . . . ', . . - .-
; jTake"Them Away. '
Ton cannot help It if you see them
and hear the price. WhatT Why, $5
waists tt Hit, and fOS waists at
tl.U at La Jpaiais Hoyai, 171 Washing
a .Much Needed Street Opened.
(gpaclal Dlapatrh te The JoarnaWt
. Csstle Rock, Wash., Aiig. 10. T
county 1 commissioners havSS'deri
Front street to be opened throuV'
Heights addition east of town, i .
afforda a eafa crossing at the Northe I
Pacific railway track, an easier gra j
down the hill and a better road In eve
iect than tha old county road now I
Mainsprings, L Matsger's, 143 Wax'