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PARSON GOVERNOR LUXES
v UP WITH JUDGE LINDSAY
i Buchtel Declares Court Is Fico In Eeply to Charges
: That Colorado Is Eotten and That lie Is Friar Tuck
i ' ' ',. of Criminal Corporations . . ,..:L r
(Hearst Nw hT Longest Uw4 Win.)
Chicago. Aug. 10. Hostilities between
- Governor Buohtel of Colorado, and judge
Lindsay of the Denver Juvenile Wburt
reached the no-quarter point, but Buch
tel declared tonight that If Lindsay at
tempted to carry oat .his Intention to
call on him be would abut the door of
bla -room at the hotel In Lindsay's face.
Buchtel called Lindsay a little "floe."
Md Lindsay aald that 'The Key. Henry
Augustus Buohtel was the friar tuok of
- the criminal corporations of Colorado"
in his capacity as governor of, the
Judge Lindsay, and Governor! Buchtel
Arrived In Chicago early this morning
and occupied rooms tn hotela that faced
' each other across the street. - They
hardly registered before, the tension- of
animosity broke the amenities of state
fellowship, and warfare of words en
sued. . In his room at the Auditorium
hotel JJndsay 'looked across the street
at th Window, the shade of which was
w.vr where bis official superior was
.lLatlna- a few asoarh remarks concern
in the doughty-judge of, the Denver
juvenue court, ana saia: ... ;..
'r "...-On Xeetare Ton.
am W e. leetare tour to make
enough money to pay the election ex
penses of my candidacy for. governor
of Colorado on the Independent ticket.
' I am not fortunate enough to have the
: erimlnal corporations of - Colorado to
furnish me with a private car and the
attendant luxuries In that campaign as
was my honored opponent, the Rev.
Henfy Augustus Buchtel. ohancellor of
tenver university, now his excellency,
the governor! . - ..-..-.. -
"By his assumption that I am trying
to Intrude Into the Governor Folk of
Missouri class, he does me a great
honor. 'Whatever Buchtel may say, I
challenge him to produce proof that my
statements concerning the. corruption
of Colorado politics as they CTe at pree
ent.are wrong. "
"1 will go overs to the annex to Gov
eraor Huchtele room and there charge
him with being the tool of the criminal
corporation, blindly or willingly, and
dare him to produce proof that the
charges are not ture. Nay, I will go
further. . I will prove my charge to be
true. ' ".' ' ;
Bays Cruggenheim Bought Seat. :
"I challenge him to disprove these
two propositions: .
"OneThat. Senator Guggenheim
bought hla seat In the United. 8 taxes
"Two That the state of Colorado has
not a representative government, but la
In control of the criminal eorporatlona,
who are exploiting the state in the lu-
(... n artAlnl nrlvileae."
When Governor Buohtel. was told of
the faot that Lindsay would so to nis
rnnm anA fnrca an answer to the repo
sition propounded In the face of the
clerical chief executive of the state of
Colorado ha became livid and aald:
"If that man attempts to come to my
room I will close the door In hla face.
I am governor of Colorado and the chan
oellor of Denver university, and as
unh mv nnatMnn la too Drominent to
give thefmUe floe the notoriety he
courts. - . .
! will not meat I.tndsav anywhere In
the discussion of any topic, for he Is
nobody, and could not afford to de
mean myaelf by entering into a discus
sion with blm in publlo or private. I
will answer your queries on paper next
Tuesday, wnea I return to tne ciy.
. OFF UNION WORK
- ' - -. " .
" , eaeaea
".. 1 . - ft'.' " v., '
HaTe ? Become Members of
Telegraphers Societies and
' v Keep Companies Posted. x
.(United Press fey Special ' Leased Wire.)
Chicago, Aug. W. Bulletin Bvldenoe
was secured today that Plnkerton de
' tectlvcs havs worked into the Commer
: eial Telegraphers' union and are Jseep
Ing the Western Union and Postal com
panies posted on every mors of the
.Strikers. . '.; .'
Speeches were made by union mem
bers in which it was admitted that the
Plnkertons have succeeded ln-efrillat-,
far with tha union. , , .
' Committeeman Thompson said: "There
S nothing to It, .We have got them
-t. The union Washington, JVC.- tele
. graphed to President Small asking per
tnlss4oa te go out. Tbetr leaders ex-
rlalned that they want to strike where
he action will bring the situation to
the attention otthe government. Twelve
i. Other unions In" the dletrlct also called
upon the long distance phone and re
, Quested instructions. -.
The Associated - Press men win de-
?and $16 a week for eight hours and
I cents' an hour for overtime!
The only wires operated under eon
tract are those of the brokers and those
of the United Press and the Hearst
. Kews seivtce. , : , . - - -v ,:..;
- TODS MRS. GARDNER
' V (Bearst Wewe hy Luagest Leased Wlra.).Ti
Kew Tor. Aug. JQ.-4-Martln A. Knapp,
chairman of . tha Interstate commerce
. eemmlsslon. was married today to Mrs.
' Mary N. Gardner of Syracuss. ' The cer-
mxmy was performed by Bishop . Aa-
' drews, a life-long frleod of Mr. Knapp.
i Only the Immediate families wars pres
ent. Following the wedding the pair
left for Spring Lake beaoh for a honey-
v moon. . '.(...-...'
Both Mrs. Gardner and Mr. Knapp
have been may-led before. The an-
nounoement came as a great surprise to
their friends,' as no mention had been
made of the approaching nuptials. 'Mrs,
Gardner same to New York accompanied
by her mother and brother, Dr. Way-
nard. - Mr. and Mrs.-Knapp will make
their future home at fltlnlelgh oourt.
, , Washington. D&, after Ootober Is. ,
" The number of womerf employed as
. printers in England Increases every
. year. - At present there are SO In Loo
- don alone. - ' " -
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j ESCAPE TRIAL
Millionaire' Cousin De-
" Clares Case "VpiTBe Prose
, . cutedTery Soon. ;
': (Bsarst Ksw by Leegeit Leased Wire.)
Pittsburg, Aug. 10 "I shall try Au
gustus Hartjo for perjury and conspir
acy, notwithstanding the fact that he is
g relative of mine," This was the state
ment made by District Attorney Harry
uoennng tnis aiternoon wnen iota mat
J. Scott Ferguson, senior counsel for
Hartje, the millionaire paper manufac
turer, who is again to try for a divorce
from his wife, . said that Hartje would
never be tried. The district attorney is
a eousln of Hartje, and for this reason
It is presumed Ferguson reit so confi
dent. j. ' '
. Hartje le under indictment for eon-
spiring with ' William Hooe, a negro
coachman, now serving seven years in
tha nenltentiarr for cerlurr and con
splracy. 'Heoe, it will be remembered,
was the negro who-- swore he had Im
proper relations with Mrs. Hartje. He
wiiteo unaer sever ernss-examinauon,
admitted Hartje bad listened to his
firet story without turning pale . and
kept hlra supplied with money to keep
him away from Pittsburg.
Goehrlng is mad, and the indications
tonight are that Hartje will be tried
soon. .-, v .. V'.:
EPINE JUMPS BUT y-
. . : PASSENGERS ESCAPE
(Hearst ,Ksws by Longest Leesed Wire.)
Washington, Aug. 10. The engine of
the Baltimore and Ohio train from-the
west, due here at 1 p. m.. left the rails
going to miles an hour at Kennlngton,
a suburb a few miles from Washlncton.
The engine tore up about too yards of
cross ties, but the ooachas held te the
traok. '- The passengers were Jolted, but
were was no one nuru , . .
SHOT IN THE FOOT r
: WITH A TAVENTY-TWO
(gpeetal Slapateb to The 7eeraal.) -
LaGranda, Or - Aug. 10. Walter
Toung. the seventeen-year-old son of
jee . loung, was -aomen tally soot
through the foot yesterday with a .tl
caliber revolver at Hllgard, aevwra
mllea from here. He waa brouaht tn
LaOrande. It Is thought It will not be
nueoeeeary 10 amputate tne root. - The
run was accidentally discharged hy
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AGAK1ST J01111 D.
Frank Rockefeller Declares
- He Will Make World's
: Richest Man Outcast
(Haant News by Lsagast Laeaed Wire.)
New York. Aug. 10. The World this
morning prints the following Interview
with ; Fran Rockefeller, -,whlch they
kept, secret for a year and a half under
agreement with Mr. Rockefeller.
"MV father Is wlive and well," said
Mr. Rockefeller. "He is dependent upon
no man. lie would i scornthe proffer
of financial aid from John P. and would
not take it from me. .
"He has means of his own, ample for
axi nis necui. . . .
"But there Is a reason why I oarinot
at Uila time tell you where he is. In a
few weeke or montns i win oe rwu
to tell a storv that wut amase ana w
,fNo one yet knows that I am writing
the story, the real history of John D. s
r rinlahail it sscretlv hers In ray of
fice several months ga. but there were
imperfections In the work and 1 . am
doing it all over again. ... ,' '
"Hest assured that It will be right
this time. , . '
"Tee," he continued. In a bitter tone,
"when I make John D.'s true life his
tory publlo and explain the facta about
father, this country will be too warm for
ltg richest citlsen: . . ' .
"do ask John IX where our father Is:
tell him that I sent, you and that,!
dare him to answer.
"But the time will eoon eome when
t un aafalv snesk. Then It. will not
be safe for John L. to appear upon the
streets Of sny American city, xia wouiu
be storied by the people.
. "Mn(hin but flltrht from the country
to some foreign land will save blm when
the whole trutn Is anown." j -
SllGLE LIEII III :
WiH ; SweU : Defense' , Fund
' rssecUl Dtspateh te The 7oaraal
BeatUe. Aug. 10C T. White, chair
man of the executive committee repre
senting the Lumber Manufacturers' as
sociations of Oregon and Washington,
wag today empowered to represent the
shingle mills bureau in the fight against
ths proposed, advance In lumber and
shingle rates effective October L His
appointment as chairman of the shingle
mills bureau committee and giving him
authority to represent the shingle man
ufacturers In the lumbermen's executive
committee gives White half a vote In
that compact organisation which con
trols the fight against the railroads. '
Coupled with the fact that he repre
sents two of the four mill combines In
the committee Is the circumstance that
as chairman he will have authority to
direct active work and will not be ham
pered by much Interference from the
two otner memDers, wno at dbsi couia
only tie nis vote in matters of policy.
The assessment of tl Der 1.000 shin
gles of a single day's cut levied against
ail mills in tne srungie mms Dureau
means that the shingle manufacturers
will add f40,000 to the defense fund of
$141,000 already guaranteed by three
lumber manufacturers' organlsationa.
Thus far the loggers' associations of
miget sound, urays narrjor ana tne Co
lumbia river and the lumbermen of Cal
ifornia and Idaho have taken no action.
If they make an assessment the defense
fund will be swelled above the 1260,000
originally aet for it. At a meeting of
tne snmgie mine oureau n was claimed
that the entire assessment would not be
called immediately.' - ' - ,
FIGHT HILL FOR :
Harriman Plans Gigantic
. Campaign to Gain Control
; (Catted Press by apaeUI Leased Wire.)
o Chicago, Aug. 10. &. 'H. Harriman
was In Chicago this afternoon planning
a giganUo fight with J. J. Hill for ths
position of the Chicago Terminal Trans
fer railroad, over which Harriman ex
pects to enter Chicago with the Balti
more and Ohio railroad. Hill wants the
terminal transfer for his own entry Into
Chicago with the Great Northern.
The terminal was one of the proper
ties over which John R. Walsh had con
trol, and Is practically the only terminal
facility left for any great system to en
ter Chicago. Through the fight over It
Walsh hopes to rehabilitate his Indus
Harriman left tonight for the west
upon a tour of inspection of the Paclfio
coast railroads In which he Is Interested.
STREET TREE PLANTING
How St. Louis Exports to Secure the
:. Most Satisfactory IteeoIteC
Vm ,. jknai-a1 MAVimMt aIvIa tm
firovement the question of trees Is anff
mportant factor, and much attcntioiyl
has Deen given to ine cnoice or tne oeet
treea for St. Louis conditions, save the
Olobe-Demoorat. Several kinds of trees
have been tested by experts, and two
havs been found to be capable of endur
ing without Injury the smoke, soft ooal
gases and other conditions peculiar to
this city. These are the sycamore and
in some degree tne swamp tor sort;
The city has been laid Out In districts
for tree planting, certain treea allotted
to certain sections, and the two trees
mentioned being the preference. -Hereafter,
the 'city forester will see that
only the kind of tree officially desig
nated tor eacn particular locality win
ha nlantaif In that locality.
Thia plan has been adopted with a
view to harmony and a consequent
greater Street beauty. It- has been
found that if trees of the same aperies
are planted togethr . the general effect
Is more symmetrical and pleasing to the
eve than If different sorts are grouped.
Trees of the same species have the same
general form and outline, spread, to
about the same distance and form a
more compact mass of foliage than If
those of . different rapidity of growth
Borne property owners object to what
they term arbitrary action of the city
In compelling 'a man to plant one sort
of tree when be wanta to plant another,
but In most eases when reasons for this
action are explained they see the pur
pose and are willing to conform to the
new rules, especially since It relates to
sidewalk trees only and leaves the In
dividual free to make his own choice
of trees for his yard.
Sycamores and maples are now there
fore me oriiciai trees lor ru isouis, ana
all future tree planting will oe done In
conformity with the new order. This
is also in eonaonance win ina iioi mat
the street trees ars planted on the oily i
property, not the property owner's.
Telegraphers' Strike ; As
sumes Serious Phase and
: locals Likely to Quit. .
So serious has the telegraphers' strike
become throughout the eountry that the
Western Union company In Portland is
refusing to accept maasages for delivery
unless the sender assumes all risk; and
even then only on the condition thai
the messages be subject to Indefinite
delay. Very little business arrived
from ths east yesterday and the situa
tion Is becoming more critical hourly.
The local opera tore bave not changed
from the position they took at Friday
night's meeting when they decided to
remain at their keys until called out
by President 8. J. Small. . Press dis-
fatchee from Chicago last night say
hat President Bmail will sanction the
strike today. If he does every man la
the eountry . will quit. Including the
Portland men, and for the first time In
the history .of commercial telerraDhv
the entire country will be without wire
service. ,''; t.
- While ths condition tn Portland is
critical. It is even worse in other coast
cities, especially those of the Faotfie
northwest... Seattle has no connection
whatever with the east and Portland
bad no wire Into Helena, last night.
- Spokane la In worse shape fur t sie
rra phlo communication - thaa either
Portland or Seattle. 'The only outlet
from the metropolis of eastern" Wash
lncton. Is Into Portland, where nothins
was taken yesterday in the wsy of mee
sagea aave local business for California.'
Washington, Oregon and British Colum
bia points. ', '
Short connections prevail for' outatde
points at Spokane and farther east con
nections are short because of the strike.
All messages from Spokane to Helena
are being sent by mall, as are other mes
sages to points In the vicinity of Hav
The Portland operators are waiting
for Instructions from President Small.
They are ready to go out at a moment's
notice and say they will have the mes
senger force back of them In their fight
with the telegraph company. Even if
the messengere should stay with the
company, the men are not afraid of the
outcome of the strike In this olty. be
cause of the strong organisation which
has been perfected. . ' . . .
Granddaughter of Stonewall
; Jackson JElopcs With
(Bssrat Kews by Longest Leasee Wire.)
Charlotte, N.'C,; Aug. MAfter a
long flight of more than ISO miles,
with her angry fathsr in pursuit not
to miles behind all the war. Miss Julia
Jackson Christian, the beautiful grand
danghter - of. Stonewall Jackson, the
Confederate general, was married at
Salisbury Thursday night JtO JB. Ran
dolph Preston, a young lawyer of Char-
The father of the bride, W. E. Chris
tian, arrived here a few minutes be-
ntnd nis aaurmer. jaiss vnrisuan. wno
lives here with Mrs. Stonewall Jackaon,
had been visltinr her father in Atlanta.
where she was the recipient -of atten
tions from numerous publlo men. even
the Georgia senate adjourning In her
Thursday night he Waa astounded to
receive a telegram from her announcing
that sbe bad taken a train lor Char
lotte. SusDectlnc what her intentions
were, ' he dashed out and was Just in
time to board the section of ths New
Tork and New Orleans limited, the first
section of which, with bla daughter on
board, bad pulled out so minutes aneaa
of him. . . .
Then be ran ths chase, the father hop
ing againat hope that something would
happen to detain the train In front so
that he might catch up. But, like the
true granauaurnter or Btonewau jack
eon. Silas Christian had laid her plans
well. She wired her sweetheart here to
meet her at the station. The young
man telegraphed a college chum at
Salisbury to have a preacher and license
at the depot when the train arrived
there. Then he boarded the train with
Miss Christian, and when the couple
arrived at Salisbury they found the
preacher on hand. The ceremony was
performed immediately, .
"JACK THE HUGGER" IS
, ARRESTED ONCE MORE
Ed Gee, "Jack the Hugger," who Is
alleged to have viciously assaulted Mrs.
Nellie Averlll. of J0I Eleventh street,
on Morrison street Friday night ana
was subsequently 1 taken Into custody en
a charge of disorderly- conduct, waa
again arrested by Detective Tichenor
last evening on a warrant charging blm
with assault and battery. ,
. For some reason, although the war
rant called for 1100 cash ball, Gee was
allowed to go on his own recognisance.
As the matter now stands the aooueed
man has only been required to croduoe
1100 ion two serious charges, which, tn
view of the circumstances surrounding
the case. Is regarded as low ball.
The police declare Gee to be a dan
gerous charaoter and It will not be at
all surprising If he would fall to be on
hand upon the calling of the case to
morrow rooming. . , ;
NEW USB FOB BUTTER.
' JTrerentg BolUnf ' Ores. 1 '
. Coffee frequently produces biliousness
and all of the accompanying distress,
such as loss 'of appetite, dyspepsia;
bowel troubles, etc. A lady from Illi
nois says: , '1 had used coffee for many
years, and though I took great ears In
making It, felt Its 111 effeots very seri
ously. It made me bilious and robbed
me of my appetite for breakfast.
1 always had trouble with dyspepsia
while I used It. I waa told by phy
sicians that I lied catarrh of the stom
ach, and came to believe there was no
help for me. Two years ago I quit the
use of coffee and began to use Posture
Food Coffee. At first I missed the
stimulant, although the taste of the
food coffee was delicious. , .
"In a few days I forgot all about my
coffee In the satisfaction I derived from
Postum. and soon found that my appe
tite returned, the bilious condition and
dyspepsia disappeared, so that now I
am proud to say that at the age of 7 J
years I enjoy my food as well as when
young and all my dyspeptic symptoms
and atomaoh trouble have gone.
"These troubles bad been with me for
most of my life and it is really re
markable that I am now so perfectly
well. To oav that I an gratsrul does
not eipress it. Once In a while 1 find
a pereon who does not like Poetum, but
I always find It Is because It bye not
been properly prepared. There Is but
one way to make good Postum, and. that
Is to make It exactly according, to direc
tions, allowing It to boll full 11 minutes,
not after It la placed on the stove, but
after the real boiling beelna. .Use a
small piece of butler, about the else
of a pea, to prevent boiling over." Read
"The Koad to VeUm' In MekAges.
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, , Do Not Forget We Are Selling
Youths' Outing Suits Ladies' Wash Suits and Coats
Boys' Wasti Suits All Panama and Straw Hats
All Summer Weight Union Suits
$2.50 Silk Underwear $1.50 Balbriggan Underwear
$2.50 Lisle Underwear ; $1.50 Lisle Underwear
Latest Novelties for Tall
Your Inspection Invited
LEAVE THIS L10RIIG
Expert Eiflemen - Go in
Special Car, to Na-, ,
' ' tional Shoot
Oregon's team of expert riflemen,
picked front the national guard of ths
state, will leave this ' morning; In a
private car on the O. IV N. for Ton
Clinton,' Ohio, where the national eon
teats will be held. The party is com
posed of II men, there being II sharp
shooters and three officers in command.
Adjutant-General Flnaer commands
the party. Captain Bettlemler of Wood
burn is statistical officer, and Lieu
tenant White fa ordnance offloer. The
team ef riflemen that will compete at
the Port Clinton ranges Is as follows:
Captains C C Hammond, F. B. Ham
lin, B. O. Soott and E. M. Denny. Lieu
tenant O. B. Houck, Bergeant-Major V.
S. Howard, Sergeants A. A. Bchwarts,
F. O. Stewart, A. Q. Johnson and H. H.
Petrie, Corporals O. E. Upton, - R. L.
Perdew and II. Dickie and Privates B,
K. yields and Alexander P erguson.
EU3I0K0US TEIEF NABS
PAL'S BEST TE0USEES
, ,l - ,V.--K.,.-...
Reynold Olson, ' who Is now being
sought hy . Detective John Price ;on a
charge ef larceny, can, Justly lay'dalpi
te being; one of the most original hum
orous thieves ever coming to ths notloe
of ths police. . .
Olson, who Is a teamster, rewarded
the hospitality of his friend, Harry
Buckles, who .gave him shelter for wo
nights at the Butte hotel. Sixth and
Gllsen, by stealing the hitter's best
This evening Buckles reEelved a let
ter from Olson In whloh the thief stated
that he had taken tha garments as se
curity against the former leaving the
city. a took your suit old pat," read
the communication, "because I like you.
I want von tt take a trip east with me
this fall, and If you haven't any clothes
I know you won't go. I'll bring back
the suit at 7:10 p. m. Saturday, so don't
Buckles reported his loss to the bu
reau of criminal Investigation and De
tective Price Was detailed on the case.
At T:46 o'clock, II minutes later than,
the tlme set fort a in the letter when
Olson was te put In an appearance.
Price recovered the. suit In a Thlr.i
street eecond-band store where it had,
been sold a few minutes previously. -'
A search Is now being; made for the
humorous Mr. Olson.
nuit Else Coold Ha Dot
.' Prom Ally Sloper.
' Eer Hps' were so near, "
That what else could I dot
You'll be angry, I fear.
But her lips were, so dear
- 'Well I can't make It clear-
Or explain It to you -"But
her lipa were so near
That what else could I dot
(EST HOTEL PROPOSITION IN PORTLM
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I1LH Mill IiiUULIlll and Marshall streets. Right in this neighborhood are upward tf
10,000 factory employes who draw good wages ,
A FEW DRAWINQ FEATURES
Light and Airy Rooms
Single or En Suite
Large Halls and Corridors
Steam Heated Throughout'
Gas and Electric Lights . Modern Kitchen
. Three Floors and Basement Large Square Court
140 Large Rooms Court Fitted V.'l '
Large Dining Room T.very Ccir.Ls t r '
Will lease for five years. For terms an 3 furthtr i
GEVURTZ, at I. Gcvurtz & Sons.