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THE ' OREGON SUNDAY JOURNALY PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST , 11, 1CC7.
riervone wrecka coining "the luxury for
.... ...y.w.m. . , , ... y
Cackay rays Urvattoa, Wwm ' 1
Moekay la ho losa a sybarite than th
1 , rofmoer or the (Jouhl
family. - lie had a ir.n nn k....i V...
in hla mansion -nf k. vL,ri",i.A''
r. ; - "'" in in mamer or
v h ii i v i t-ii . biv.M-s.,s;ra.B1'in..,, "
latating that a uvr. at-ii,-. - . J ' !
I nilHI I J I III asking him to noma har. t-CI. 7 . "V.: '
I IlllllblfabV "We n,i.t on our oriilnild.'nT.Sd. of
(Continued from Fart One.)
which though , but 41 hours old, baa
assumed glgantlo proportions of tha
gravest nature. .
Ufa ahd .Deatfe tttrnggle,
Prom a series of scattered aklrmlehes
, between the Postal and Western Union
; ' Telegraph companies and Individual lo
cals of the Commercial Telegraphers'
- union the present trouble tonight sud
denly loom a up aa a life and death
struggle between the union and the
. ljlplomatio relations and treating are
now out of the question. A teat of
t strength la demanded by both aldea
- Meanwhile there are promisee of suf-
ferine from on of the greatest and
most harassing atrlkea In the labor
Malory of the country.
..a- -. k. . . r . " "
o company to rurnisb type
Si' " waea aad isaa
i Markets Xlt gui ' . v
vf-0nLm?rcla,1 "changes and atock mar
fnrt! vi. plun"ea '"to wadneaa early
v - w-a eing received ex
.f&Vf0" .f . wUa ' 'luctuatlone in
tttSt Induatrlala Buffered. Railroad
anarea. too, were deaperately assaulted.
-,,"'" "? " iew nours. Chi
cago had alight aaslatance through Mil
waukee until 4 o'clofk Th. ti.. JZLL
atora there atroclt - . ,
It la a four hours'
MaU sacks going to and from that city
filled the cars. . These contained tele-
f . 5 . wiicag and telegrams
Intended for local dnllvarv. Th.
lusji oi uuainess lor a wniia. . Than i
ceaaed, ahort, abrupt.
Atia.nta, Memphis, Birmingham and
Kakes Full Confession to
Sheriff While Coming
From Pendleton. '
THKEATEN TO liTNCH
Culprit. Stole tn Prom Pendleton
1 Iaut Sunday MghC Got Hla Man
- And Stole Out Again The Woman
In the Case. ? ; T1-.-
Meridian talked over the long distance
telephone with Wesley RuaaelL acUng
nrfkalrleant lit rMr.t am . tJa a-ysia lv.
Ming atrlkea In the labor F..rnJnui th.-T Sere ;aii'X..fuY
Kiurv oi ioa counirv, . i . t.
Ton?hr aMiva .7.n. . t.w. were laaen ana may Quit ,v
to assemble the finances of all organised ITewapaper Wires Seooma SOenft, .
labor In a defense fund to battle against Bedalla, Missouri; Jackson. ' Missis
the mUliona of the telegraoh' oom- alppl; Naahville, Mobile and Oklahoma
- panlea. With eufllcient funds for. all City and some other cities alaa went out.
- present needa. Secretary Nockela of the Southwest of BL Louis few wires are
Chicago iteration of Labor tonight la- working. Texas la suffering. ballaa.
Sued a call for . tha lnadara of tha af. Wart Worth YVa
. , aaawiavione or me national rea-
e ration to be lield tn Chicago next Bun
i day. ,
', Vnloas ma Kaas rnnos.
v A" kyo-s ol the meeting a week
( hence. James B. Connors, vioe-grand
, . rnaster of tha- Switchmen's union of
-North 'America, at a mass meeting of
operators tonlrht pledged the moral and
, financial aunnort nt him nnnniniin-
17.000 to tha teleeranhara In thai with the telegrSDhera. Thar worked ov
nt trouble., ertlme today. Th telephone company
John Mitchell, John Fttxpatrick and w"- flooded with calls from other cities.
, the other labor men of national repute "ow -heae wires are to go.
, are expected at the meeting a week from Minneapolis went out tonight Most
" oon"" prepared to pledge tno soutnern cities closed earlier In
--v,V.i.f:',r;;i-.; j j
.l'r-rJ --K-iy. , . J t
Ii. .iKiA ---) W-tN. .-,VW.
r arkv : W-"T ; e i - rYv-
veaton were Idle. The leaaed wires of
the Oalveaton and Dallas nswapapers
were put out of bualneaa.
Omaha and St. laul are tha two sta
tions for tha West. With strike on. qo
messages can go weat Thla Is expected
si any moment.
ohlefa will meet tomorrow to vote upon
a strike. They are in heartr sympathy
(loeeUl Dispatch e The learaall
Tha Dalles, Or, Aug. 10. When I
Sheriff Chrlsman and Deputy Woods I
arrived lata thla evening from Pandla!
ton with their prisoner.. Ed Oossoa.
they found a crowd of 100 enraged man
waiting for them at tha depot, wrought
up almost to lynching- heat by tha newa.
which had preceded tha party, that Ooa-
mya H ua iam train maae a zuu con
feasion4 to Sheriff Chrisman in which
Benoml, tha Italian rancher, at tha home
of the Utter en MXU ereek early last
Instant and aners-etin leilnn l th.
WH almost burlad into lha lull IaaItaJ
In the strongest oell and a atrong guard
poated. It Is thought tha law will take
Us course ' without any further publlo
demonstration. - - r. .
" : Two Oonfeasloma : Agrea. ' 1 V '
Oosson told Sharif niriimtn li V
tlona j .- . i xM.i.kt tji ii I befona tha murriar lr- k.a .ai
Will Buy a MONARCH
Range Now .
We can tell vou a Surprli Range, tlx lids, high
.closet and 16-inch oven for ...if 25,00
mldnlaht TnHlanannlla 1
: ot uia noatus rorces I on. opoaane ana nulla were closed
TO DO arrayed in the Imnanlii. I in tha a ft.,nAiri a. r A..4. i .
f.ZI .wL,0(,P.'000Jabortr w" strike communication. , It la difficult to get a
Vaaiih V .TVTTf "aainsi tne "siearam in or out or a western city,
aM!.J?t- .lb uld . nl Mackaya. Tha south U no better off.
I ;C i.mot "nwtoilted poUtical power of
JrniJkirk n of railroads eon
trollpd by the two families. To this
wealth may be added the combined
JTew Tozk Mvotel Volnt
be'oro the murder. Ua had stolon back
iiuui -nnaieion Hunaay nlarht I
and hadmada his way to the Benorai
npme. unere ha shot Banoml aa he I
in. ,zxm sua ne naa not apoken with
nor even seen Mrs. Benomi that night
before the ahot was fired, that killed
""u'"'- auroii preceoent tntlmaoy, I
We will sell yon a Dinner Bell Ran re, full trimmed,
nigh closet, 14-inch oven and pouch feed for f 28.00
THL BLST RANGL r
Coata more, but will lait at long- at yon live and
give tatltfaction all the time.
America races Serious (Mats.
Tha plans of tha telegraphers are to Jjfra Benojnl makea tha same admlaalon.'
uur. coaguon. g or mey are i cr,i iuiuf actual oon
iu maranat au iorcea ew York la
trembling; . The men and women there
expeoc to go out Sunday. Then the
.Baltimore and Washington. America
wiii men oe stneaen.
riches of Wall street. eMiin ti aim
000,000. and the domln,nM Z.ZtSZ V.
ii!B4u,trla- aovarnmenf depart-1 trl U1 a to Boaton. Philadelphia. 1 main faota have bean educed.
ire ney are suent regarding actual oon
la Benomi, but tha aweatlnr,
!1. " onflntly expected, will fetch
he . a.sUy as the confessions aa to
IIT FEAR OF BENOMI
Both aides resard the tl. .t..,J ..rinm0. . it0. It Is ' -
a. i . . uKKifj i nnr imnrnnariia fhat tha. aAHa-MA.a i .
confrtS'A ukV aTuon MondaVr fo Vpec'ial Ooaon'a Mother Wrote to Sheriff to I
Thla Effect Weeks Ago.
American int.M. l - - - VIU -
rraroa from Indon. and fh- -.. 'ri"1"" .1n B" department of commerce
Sr'r.. La Salle atreer banker."
tnt mant .-. I-" wi ui nwnni union
" w ."pean and JPoatal companies are one and the
If ! i J I J J jj - --n'lpwa wjiaiaaaaar mrm-,m.'irm-m ia i'iasl
; the Price of a
Monarch Malleable Ran
After Septem 1
Other ranges, arc gold only because
, people do not know about ; 1
Or do not realize
that "The Best Ii the Cheapest
J (Special Dispatch te Th JoaraaLI
Fendleton,' Or, Aug. 10. Sheriff
,vu.uu auu Asputy vvooaa oi wascoi
county arrive toaay rrom The Dalles
to . take charre of THA CU,
The wires could, so say the at-1 S? j urder of Kmest Benomi early
: en examination tnis mom-1
dlsturbanni. 1 1""7 WHO maintainea. nia innocence, at
been forhiddan h p: ln" ,n?s aamittina that tha case
Bhippey. Jf atrlkera atterant "i1 i?0!? B-...
RadinaJa in h- .t.-t- . ' . ' to interfere with non-union men. t tr in vaiiea tno orn-
aay the i
.... wl ijiv , iciegrapn lines bv
the government aa a matter of publlo
welfare. They are acting to give the
lSy Alondar. - with New
eaat tied up th. praaent cases wUl he employed in lha iTni S A" "IK Li to"
wreona. .j.f.v.,,(.v hav0 lon ,hoiir, and , amallTpay. A fi?B,ST a man who waa Ukaly
Labor unions throughout the cotintr f S . Th,y that they form a
,are sending aasuranoes of their LJ7 I Ierfot monopoly. If thla Is so and Is
tion of tAwT exf VVWr: Pved th. authorltiea will be asked to
vent of any trouble oocurrtn In th I f01, Tn? wlr" 1J. ay the at- ?J3rm""
vicinity. Alarmed at the mmiwiim-5 Kl?T' b. bJ fovernmant. M2lH'7.,m
other fatareata ffin totoO SaSf WJh ,tJlk" la 4h,c. ar ort,rlT- InSooaon.
aervative Md more "adicTl Interwta 2?e Sfu0?. h" committed a disturbance. h?i2S!? ti
preparing an appeal to Preaintn..? Wcketlna- haa been forbidden by Po- ii!!ftti!1
veit n Jrhitr."1 l ,rlflnt itoosa- Ho Chief fihinnev. Jf atnk.r. attamnt against him
" : I a . . : . . Marnrai Mmina TKa raii tka .alas
k.' la.riLffli wn'cn wU1 " - w!--. her huaband, though it Is said tha wo-
I y & REMNANTS
'" '" 1 Tarda and Tadea.
China Matting, yard
Jap Matting, yard IBs)
, 10 td 10 yda, China MAtUng. yd. 124 7
Jap Matting, yard , ....20
a teet wide and 7 feet long. You know without telling that the
regular price it , 50a)
Press Operators Win Onlt
.Brandt's hall will ha tha LASinak A4 aa.
tlon tomorrow. First there will be a
VOt. as to Whether the onaratnra 1st tha
vernment : ennrmi in - i . , . . . - - r
' Mondav 'i ih w vX iT" caaes. i ociij.a jr-rees are to oult. They have
t tuJYi S.hnr.Tt I0.1!-"'?,, f?lev???: About 600 are
man Is now lmnllcated In tha nlat ta
Sheriff Chrlsman stated that thai
oioiaw oi tne prisoner wrote him a few
Weeks agO that Benomi hul thraatana
the Ufa of Ooeson and herself. Accord-1
tne onicers rrom The Dallea
Movemen Yor General Btriira.
, . oJ1?14 th,nK moving satisfactor
ily towarda a neral strike la shown br
exchange of th followine; telegrams
" Joseph Ahean, President Local It
i my city. Secretary Thomas. Aetlna?
- Prli1nt th r . f 'rt I,"' . ID"
cago la tied up. The Board of Trade la
part .holdit- bomrnecessarV"- wj
renerai atrllce i seems nonltlva with
thee, men out Including the long die.
U.n. tlephona wlra chiefs, Chicago
will be paralysed. c ' , . " .
Alter tne wire enters or the telenhnna
company and tha Associated Press com-
mine iinua tuere win ne neia a gen
eral union meeting of th. executive
committee. There Is to be a demand
for an increase or salary rrom brokers
leasing wires. These operatora, so
ira anion orricuus, are underpaid.
The demand on the Postal and th.
Western Union will b. for an elrht
to kill anyone.
oosson here declared he had no In
fatuation for Mrs. Benomi.
i FMSC0 OPERATORS
(Continued from Page Ona)
"i?1?? operators tn Ban Prancisoo
ana uaaiana wiu vote on the strike
rvuummvimatione or tn. executive com
mittee. The resolutions adopted at the I
unum- jrnaay nigm assert that be-1
- . . v'Viiiv user IB1TT. w, i . . w.aui . - z ' ' mvv. tuafc vv
are not going to atand idly br andifi?ur r' 1?'T ce-nt tacr.aae in pay, I"" ftA dlscrimlnaUon and Intimlda
s hav. strike breakers Imported into Chi- 1 b oraPn," to furnish typewriters Uoi Western Union Telegraph
XaIrman' . toaeuUve Committer Cht
company the operators shall leave their
"lr ln c11 or in. president of th.
national organisation. I
Th. sentiment amonsr the nnaratnra
seems to be to atrike and today many
and to show no discrimination because
or sex. -ine women roust ba treated as
men when salaries are considered.
.Operators Ground Crank XJaea. ,
The New Tor W. a- Z,"- f a...wf F omcea to-
f heart and amil h-ha If. li . '7 I me sv or less operators arrived
win c!l firSi.i 7 war out t0 from New York in th. morning. Later
. . i r , , wai 7""eungs under way. I a half doaen Inlnad tha Itnllta Tea AUn
" 'liaTiT,o a n OSKP" AHEAB.N," , Indiana and New Tori, through whict; women operato;.7pacuTa y; been
. Telephone Company Motlfled. . I trunk llnea naaa. ODeratora (n tha I Intimidated. This la tha c.h.r..
, At th. Chicago meeting tomorrow th. I ,maller. ' iiow5" ,th"' arounded V or T,m ot, th" exeoutlva board of th. local
. uruiwri ana Associated Press operators I r:'""Boa xnus jr there had I Vlic
. win m nearo.' Tha f i umn uvrators. tne
' ara.v roe ass. VJ-
tlH Iiililllilliiiiiiiil tatiiirf
Fibre Carpet la a new-floor
covering, mad. of American
Brass fiber. It Is one of th.
most popular, low- price floor
covering, ever shown. To close
out odds and ends and make
room for the n.w fall stock w.
are, this week, making the ex
treme low price of ......364
All porch furniture now in stock must-be sold.,. Prices; no object and no
reasonable offer will be refused. .
Chafra reduced. ts.Tt to .....M.20
Chairs reduced, $3ia to , 1,00
Settees reduced. I7.7J to ....114.50
Settees yeduced, j.60 to ,...i3.75
K W)i iiCr?? a. r . V'ttt?l
were outaDoken in thair mnrf.n..n;
of th. met hods pursued by the Western
agreement on July IB saying that the
. will be heard.- Tha - f.u.i.: 1
, . . . . : - wuva
.V. A Ul U . 1) V" wna nPAb... . . ..I PUIL ' -
atrike. The AuhIiM f..:?l It waa renorted tonfrht that ait ,
v have demanded an eight hour day. Ther S0"1 Jn the Detroit Western Union of-
. ; w,iuiiuivuva to ueneral I n , . 7 " " " wh. vl wsir
. aianager ? Meivlllo Stone haa h... i-I ?umoer, naa
. .nored. . .s
-- notified that If -It receives any. more
.meaaages from the Western Union and
, Postal companies for transmission over
' Uf wlre'., trlk of its "repeaters"
. .will be called. Th. "repeaters" are .leo
. triclan membari nf tha c t n ,
, whose services ar. necessary for mak
Jngout of town connections,
fPJ- orb.tt, - a CJey.land
u mu o xiave orrered nnn.
een operatora. there were nn wir.. to
Man fltii.ni,..A r.a
fusing to take a message from a non
Before the operators could Inava tha
f i manager is saia to have caplt
uiat.4 an t h.a insiao or no days from July H
ator. Aaain it waa aaM that tha -itV-I i"""' wuiingneas
man m.atin. T.. --'r, T agreement ana
Cthelbert fltewart tha . .v. I
A . . -m Z J
w oummorce and labor, who
Iflii"?: n.Doa Angeles, today sent the
'arara to xreaiaent Small:
.... saociatea iresa representative
you nave cauea a meeting for
tomorrow for a vote aa to whether
Ii.'2k?.ih,all.,bcVl9a. 1 fiaa Franclaoo
and Oakland. I trust thi. i nn, .....
Even to vote on such a proposition there
Juiy it, would
to break that
strike there would
Cart formerly $10.00, square
handles, now ....S6.50
Cart formerly $13. 0, nickel
trimmings, now 87.50
Cart formerly 115.00, steel
t tubing, now S 10.50
Cart formerly $23.00, all nickel
plated, now. . . . , ,. ..... . S 14.7S
tat in t;nicago. I mmwmvni nwwm wrong.
It is said that of the 21.000 ralavrann. I The followine- la a mh. nt th. 1
V?M commercial officea in the United fnt la. nswer by President Small:
States 70 per cent ar. members of th. ,A"(c'ated Preae report not correct.
willingness on our part to
, union operators In Detroit S eenta' iIl union, and of the 45,000 emuloved hvl.To hint at Willi
miasion on every meeaage through Into if. na , belong to thi K'fa?,?,n,t "ounds like huge Joke.
.vinuago, fcupenntenaent Crappen of th. w,raor alroaa Teiegraphera. It is
Poatal In Chicago haa leaued a atate- fl"o. claimed, that except the atrlkera
....... vr vtia up-intore jusuiying tb. po-1 . vv tnegrapners in th.
, Bitinn of his oomnmiT
Twenty new etrikebreakera from New
Tork arrived tonight In a special car.
E,h r . .8?1a to haT been paid a
bonus of IS.60 a day. vw "
Balk at Snormona Blohes.
1 Th. ' spirit of the union was
- tK225'i' tSdt- ??eral HecreUrV
Th-A'U-"; .,"ler1w said:
-i tne union in
wouia respectlfully suggest you return
vfonniu uia investigate carefully
You will find that O'Brien. Jeff, and
May have broken agreement every hour
sine. July 19 Matt.r cannot b. aa
The atrlka ha. now utumai, natinn.i
nroDOrtlone. . aa ia ahnwn v... . ,T
N0ETH BANK ROAD JZSSST
1 I It cannot be settled by th. reinstated of
(Special Dispatch to The Jearaal. I Jf i"An.?1"t0Per,ltor.". but th. fight
Hood Blv.r. Aug. lMurva- Sai-S
w I . " ..-..vM-a "Hvu a ci UBEsj to rniUH
Empire Blrdseye Maple
tar-sawed oak ,
.,. . .
Napoleon Beds, extra fine. '
Blrdaeya maple or mahog
country capable of employment
NEW T0WKSITE ON
Hall Class Special
TTa.1t Unvm.- 1 11 A iata m 4-.
f aw- UIIIVI AlaVall Willi BmlllVU
oak frame, but not just exactly
UK in picture, worin a.ou
'O' ... t TV -11.78
Beautiful quarteY-aawed and polished Hall
f'ata of golden flnlah. 36 lnchea wide, back
J7 inches high, seat 17 Inches deep, regular
price $7.60; while they last will be aold
Fin. Jarg. Hall Seata Ilk. plctur. above,
quartered and polished golden oak or weath
. ared oak. 40 lnchea wide, back S8 lnchea high,
aeat 17 Inches deep, regular value $10.00; we
uvn out a 4imitea number wnicn w. wll
ciose out at ...... ...strl.T
Your Credit Is Good
Prescut Glass 4-Picce Set 50c
Cream Pitcher, covered Batter Dish,
Sugar Bowl and Spoon Holder all for
the same price of ona Brilliantly fin
ished, the latest and beat production In
Imitation cift glass, the design and lus
ter making It hard to distinguish be
tween th. imitation and the raaL
leather . ... ...20a)
We Have All sjlaea.
No. It Preserving
Kettles, regular 20c,
No. It Preserving;
Kettles, . regular 25c.
special .... ....20r
No. 20 Preserving
Kettles, regular 30c,
No. 23 Preserving
-Kettlee, regular 80c,
V . i
.1 .. i ,
Preascut gtasa Rosa
Bowls, faltering shape,
Jl inches wide, and 4
1 ' ' '.M'JftMJAwJfcfcA
Bowls, 10 Inches wide.
10 inches high hasth.
. appearance Qf real
giasa, wortn ovc
V.iJ; v 1 H " "resting nches forl"T" uuy mr me past weea plat-1 "uu" eiatement at present. The main
; mJS wml- J.1-luxu7 whll tn? tln townslta on the North Bank Moub,2 la !? Oakland, according to Pres
aJr" i3XfSS- M railroad.- about a hJf mil. wT ii.W'vl U- SEf " Sta w-
T UJI. 1(1 ,1VA 1 I w.. l,Lli,l IID .T L11H .Lni. 1 TA -
' i tj,-. mv . . . . , . . ... I
a 119 muavm lain out la anout a
py counting every penny.
monaV raf "y ; American mile and a half one way by half a mile
nt..' Bnmv... ii.. in i ty uiocaa. lot town naa been
greater numbers than ur moiunh. Mm Jnaim an i. urJ . I
While tha nnaratnr- alt -t ,.'u v T . r tno
until rhM h(iuh7i i Bw.iiu-nauioiuna MniDer company.
' ' wicuiaturoir area And i wnicn 'NMni v mitit - 1 1 ik
i -r . n D..U1H1 lunifl
Same kind all our
make; only dif
ference ts the
pront we aak.
PrldK work or
&o i. oota.
Knamel Fillings, up from
Crowns, gold or
- A aruarantaa tor It .iii.
work. Lady attendant.' "
TX3LD AjrjJ COUCH rnaZMB. ;
rren evening untU f and Sunday
iU n. . v . .
TXomajreeB 'AlolOw i'v
f 7 1
and Is now said
! unaer way to
install an electric light
brought to a aneedv aattlamant
President Small mad. th. foUowlng
At th. preeent time I am unprepared
to make a statement. Whether the local
will go out tomorrow I cannot state.
Th. atrike la assuming aerlous propor
tions, and In a few days I will be called
on to maite some definite atand. To
morrow I will be able to glv. you a
iKi " w. Ul pr.a.nt it la lmpoa-
All Will X.eav. Keys.
ii tna operators at tha meetina; to.
morrow decide to atrike all of tha
wa.jr iu iiiBuui an electric light
plant and furnish a water ayatem. The
townsltrt is midwav betwaen Rlnn. ta
White Salmon. paraUeling the railroad,
and it la said the railroad company la
interested. In it Great activity. in build
ing la going on at bath Whit.
arid JBIrTgen. owln to the In' Tn".m".: m"" V'.?1 . ln
SacftSietlh2ttha riIr.08d nd u ex- before Monday no5n. ThVWommenda- LTTTlfBET? (TOMPANT
E!otfaJ.hAiath next two months will tlone of th. executive board that PreBi: JJUM-D-" wJUX AI X
cc aa uiai nsa uiarBius in Tnei nnnn et am iaavia dev-a.ii anil k. i-n.. . i : , -
of both place.. v -" -"v- oVThat.? JblilS iiAlL LINE
ganisation. He said today that under
,11 ' '
anil JJMMj) Biw
GOOD 8TBIKES OF
waa opened that
ha cnnatitntlAn tha mawaw 1-1.
the union, and that at th. meetina- to-1 Stnmv.nra.han. ; r'nmnnMM. T.i-a.
A-DT31 aTtTT Tit i rr,n I ?rrow strike question wUl be de- ' 1 .-.--a'-
i,u muuu nan peon tacen oy president
Small in answer to tha numerous telegram-
fnat have poured In from various
focate asking 'If the etrtke ahall be
called. He haa aa vat talran nn
stand,, but tomorrow h. will give out a
T..W w cover tne situation.
(Special DUpatck te Tte JoaraaL)
, North Powder, Or, Aug. 10. An Im
portant strike haa been made in the
Aurella mlna While following an II-
lead a body of gray Conner ore
Over Eugene, Springfield and.
Other Rights and Franchises.
feet across and :
lTran.(aM an i.
These men and women are stanch
ding from: 1100 to 1600.
ilr minea are now ahlr,
Powder. In tunneling 1,000 j to
tona of ore was opened, the I of
ning from $60 to . $600 per I or
t. ,;..,vnw,K:f., . th
picked up a Void nuareT w"orth JWnS-'Sa iT'.a,.nul. B"' J?, Agent
(Special Dispatch te Tbe JonmaL) '
Eugene, Or., Aug. 10. One. more the
ine Alulr minea are now ahlnnlna. Aral land
ton. , - -.;. v', v-i f ' ?ha zj jit L";" ,'".ia,lp ouw
At the preeent tlm. there are 171 un-l ""eTsne,' or., Aug. io. one. more th(
ton operatora employed in the Western I streetcar line in thla city, with f ran
union oiiice in Ban Francisco and Oak- ehiaaa hara mrA a o...m -,
mrmwr -Ha-a , aaa eaasa l,(V4vl , MUU
l.m a'i1 F0wd6I' la tunnefing 1,000 to tha union cause, declare th. memtSrS tlghi wy P McK.nsle, haa
''2.00 ton. of ore was opened, th. of th. executive coinmlttee. and ev?5 1 changed hands. A. deed, waa riled yes-
snd two bthers oflesrvalGi-; but"e,ually of the nlorop.mtor. Vndh. aeTui!
wr-i "VaiT w Ya.t 1B question to
w-w wei-aa.. -a j l-U . V 4,11 SJ ..
To Protect Seals.
(Hearst News by teafest tard Wire!)
Waahlnvtnn , , in. in ti
rra r .j. . . ' ." - uavat
twUr. B,1flw. ama De8n " to the
Pribiloff llllnda tn a"Ut
iiuu ui aeaia. -, f
Within a few days It is
otec- -e natlonai convention of th. Amal
V f amated aasoctatlon of street and elec-V-.
If10 1Sn.wjr "'Ploy., will be held .t
V N.w Orlwtna next month.
aC t . J
terday recording the .ale of the
erty by A. Welch to the Eugene A
era company, which ia a Storey-Bracher
corporation recently y formed. .The
etorey-iracner people declare they will
fush the work right on, building what
hay can of the Una to Springfield this
winter and pushing on Up the McKensi.
aa soon as mey can get eufllcient labor,
material and rlghta of way.
ine aireciore ana orncers or the Eu
gene ac Eastern are: -President, J, o.
Storey; vice-president, A. Welch; secre
tary. Oeorae Rracher: llratnr- t n
Storey. A. , Welch, N, W. . Hull, J C.'
Bracher, . George Brach.r and jr. M. El
liot..!" , .. .. , , ,,;, , , .
. a Btorey. ' J, C, JBrach.r, I2.org.
Bracher and J. M. Elliot. belong with
the Storey-Bracher Lumber company.
Thla company . owna timber ' land, all
over the state and it I. understood that
they do not want to hav. to depend
upon any one system of railroad and
desire an electric line to connect their
pruperties witn ine maraets.
'llpeclal Dispatch t The learnt)
PandLtos, Or.r Ang, : 10. Marshal
Gurdane today arrested ' Joe Kelly a
convict Who eacariait frnm tha Wall-
waiia penitentiary July 8,- A rewardh
was oiierea. - uuraane raeognlsed him
while eating at the Star restaurant by
a peculiar vaay he has of holding his
uoau vii account oitsome oostruO'
tion In his throat
SHEEP B0AHD MEETS r:
; IN PORTLAND SOON
v (Special Dispatch te The JoeroaL)
- Pendleton. Or.. anr.1llln.H.
Sre now being made for a meeting of
tne atate aheen Mmmi.ainn n . rr
land in m IvmAmru, -rv. nmi.;
from Denver, and sUtes that tha meet-
v Bvcnrsss oousoa
ELKS' BLIK., PORTLAND, OREO
BIHNKE. WALKER STUDENTS SUCCEED, WHY? j
,S.heya.? trained; for business 'in business-like way. ,
JTaced 351 .pupils into lucrative position, during last ysar. '
Why not enroll In a reputable school that place, all of It graduates?"
H. W. BEHNKE, PreaV ''' ' I- M. WALKER, Prln. .
BEHD POB OATAtOOuTB. f
Ing will! b. held jTof the purpoae of go
to ov.r th. ysrork of th. : last few
rnonths, during which - tlma the ' aheep
of .the state havef been dipped In ac
cordance with th.r present rstat. sheep
r9j-a aMaaM a- x
? ATakeTliein Away.
.I?.nn?t he,I " you aea them
ft vPalals ,Boyal, 7 AfasUing.
ton street, -. ..,..'. . ,
4 Much Xeeded Street Opened, ;
;:, (Special Dispatch te The JoarnsH:'
asue; Rockv; Waeh.rAiigv -1". Thp
county ? commlaeionera i havfcfirderd
Front street to be openeS throuMjaf "
lieignta addiuoa east of town. "Js
ff ords a safe crossing at the Northel
raciuB ranway traca, an easier grag
uuvyii in- ii hi ana a oetter rona m eve
"necl than th. old county road now
Mainsprings, $1,' Mstsgar'a, 143 Was