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THE - OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SUNDAY. WORKING, AUGUST ll.:'le07. ',
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Bnchtcl Declares. Court Is Fie fa Keply to . Charges JJfi
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v. of Criminal Corporations.
(Hsarst Mam by JUragsst Lm4 Wire.)
Chicago, Aug. 10. HotUiUe between
' Governor Buohtel of Colorado and Judge
Lindsay of; the Denver Juvenile court
reached .th mxjuarter point, but Buch
tel declared tonight that If Lindsay at
tempted to carry out Jil Intention to
call on him be would , abut th door of
hi vroom at the hotel In Lindsay's face.
. Buchtel called Lindsay lltUe -floe,''
and Lindsay said that "The Rer. Henry
Augustus Buohtel was the friar tuck of
tn criminal corporations or t;oioraao
In hl capacity aa. governor of . the
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Judge Lindsay and Governor! Buohtel
arrived in umcago oariy inn mormni
and oocUDled rooms In botela that faoei
each other across the street They
hardly registered berore, in tension oz
animosity broke the amenltlea of state
fellowship, and a warfare of words en
sued. , In hla room at the Auditorium
hotel Lindsay looked across the street
iivwiliuuir iiUW 1 1 huh vi wuuu vmm
l where his official superior was
Aitatlnr a few ascerb remarks concern-
Ing the doughty-Judge of the Denver
Juvenile court, and. said:,. ? . :..
i - . . ;-0 aVastac sa . ' ...;. '
'1 am on a lecture tour to make
; enough money to pay the election ex
penses of my candidacy for governor
' oi Colorado on the Independent -ticket.
' I am not fortunate enough to have the
criminal corporations of - Colorado ' to
. famish me with a private car and the
, attendant luxurle In that campaign aa
was my honored opponent, the Rev,
Henry Augustus Buohtel. ohancallor of
' X)nver university, now hla exoellency,
7 the swersta .,.-, -
"By hla assumption that X am trying
OFF UNION WORK
Have r Become Members of
Telegraphers Societies and
Keep Companies Posted,
Richest Man Outcast.
(Hearst Wsws by Leagest leased Wire.)
New York. Aug.: 10. Th World thl
to intrude Into the Governor Folk of ).',' ,. thL foiiowtn Interview
Missouri class. he does me a great morning print tne louowing
honor. Whatever . Buohtel may say, J withy Fran Rockfuer, -wnca uiey
challenge him to produce proof that my kept aecret for year and a half under
statements concerning thacorruptlon .with. Mr v Rockefeller., ;""
of Colorado politic, aa. th.yVe pre.. " : lt J' -aid
ernor Buchtel'. room and there charge
I will go over, to the annex to Gov- Mr. .Rockefeller, "lie is "K""
no man. . 1 1 ituhiu avviu
of financial aid from John V. and yr
not take It from me.
him with belni
corooratlona . bllndlv or wllUnrly,
the tool of the criminal of financial aid from John
ana not tae 11 irom ( - - s
"He naa means 01 a uwu, muiyim v
all hla needs. . ' .
"But there 1 a reason why I cannot
at this time tell you where he la. - In a
few weeks or months l win oe reuy
to tali a storv that will aroaae and hor
rify the whole world. ' -
'No one yet knows that X am writing
the story, the real history of John D.'s
life.--- . v -.)"
! finished it seoretlv here In ray of
fice several montba go. but tberewer
imperfections in the work, and I . am
doing It all over again. v . ' . . .
"Rest assured that It will be right
thia time. , . ... !-.
"Tea." ba continued, in a Bitter tone.
"when I make John DS true life hla-
dftra him to nroriuna nroof
charaea are not tura. Nay, I will
further. I will prove my charge to
true.-. f., J- t ...
- - Bays Onggenhelm Bonght Seat, :
- "I ohaUenca him to disprove these
two propositions: ...
"One That Senator Guggenheim
bought hi aeat In the United State
enate 1 , .. - -
"Tvn-Tliil ha atsta of Colorado has
not a representative government, but 1 I Imperfections in the work. and. I
in control oi tne criminal c
who are exploiting the stat
terest of special privilege,"
Telegraphers' k Strike f As
sumes Serious ;Phaso and
i : Locals Likely to Quit , ',
So serious has the telegraphers' strike
become throughout, the country that the
Western Union company In Portland is
refusing to accept message for delivery
unless the sender aasumes all risk and
even then only on the condition that
the messages be subjeot to Indefinite
delay.. Very little business arrived
from the eaat yesterday and the situa
tion Is becoming more critical hourly.
The local operators have not chanted
from the position they took at Friday
night's meeting when they decided to
remain at their keya until called out
by President S. J. Small. Press dls-
f atones from Chicago last night say
hat President Small will sanoUon the
strike today. If he does every man In
the country will quit, including the
Portland men, and for the first time in
the history ' of commercial telerranhv
the entire country will be without wire
While the condition in Portland 1
critical. It is even worse In other coast
cities, especially those of the Pacific
northwest. Seattle ha no connection
whatever with the east and Portland
torr publlo and explain the facta about had no wire Into Helena last nirhL
father, Oils country will b too warm for I Spokane Is In worse shape for tele-
Us richest cltisen,
When Governor Buohtel. was told of
the fact that Lindsay would go to ma
room and force an answer to the pro:
altion nroDoundeif In the face of 1
lplnal hlr nannHva nt tha tl tM orilta rlfhat Rltlsen. mnh A
UOloraao no D scams una ana saia: l as a vus v. wuvrv our iuur iv. ruruaim or mama, iai oniy ouiiei
If that man attempts to come to my I ten mm mat i sen i you ana mat . I rrom tne metropolis or eastern waah
room I will close the door In his face. 1 dare him to answer. - I lnston is Into Portland, where nothlns
I am governor of Colorado ana the cnan- , -wut tne tune win soon com , i was taken yesteraay in tne way or mes-
oallor of Denver university, and as 1 1 can safely speak. Tnen it- wiu dot i sages save local business for California.
such my position is too prominent UN sare ror Jonn u. to appear upon nm i Washington, Oregon ana British col urn
.1.. Mm 4Ka nnlnplAt t,A MtMltta lltff AfDSrlRin filtT. HO WOUld I Hla nfllnta
II. UH, . fc.W VW M WW.W..-. I " . - T . . ' . I
."Nothing but flight from the country
to some foreign land will aav him when
the whole truth is known."
"I will not meet Lindsay anywhere In
tha discussion of anr toDio. for 'he Is
nobody, and X could not afford to de
mean myself by entering into a discus
sion with him In Dubllo or private. X
will answer your queries on paper next
Tuesday, wnen i return to tne -cty.
Mhltad Press tor gseelal ' Leased Wire.)
Chicago, Aug. lo. Bulletin Evidence
was secured today that Ptnkerton de
tectives have worked Into the Commer
cial Telegraphers' union and arc .keep
ing the Western Union and Postal com
panies coated on every move of the
flnoechea were made bv union mem'
bars in which it was admitted that the
Pinkertone have succeeded In affiliat
ing with tha union.
Committeeman Thompson said: There
IS nothing to it. wo nave got taem
The union at Washington, D. C.. tele
, graphed to President Small asking per
mission to go out. ' Their leader ex
plained that they want to strike where
the action will bring the situation to
the attention or, the government. Twelve
other unions In" the district also called
upon the long - distance) phono and re
quested Instructions. ,.
The Associated Pre men win de
mand $16 a week for eight hour and
ft cents an hour ror orertlmej
The only wires operated under con
tract are those of the broker and those
of the United Press and the Hearst
Mws set vice. ; , ;
WEDS MBS. GABDNEB
(Bearst News by longest Leased Wire.) . '
JNew Tork, Aug. lO.--Martin A, Knapp,
chairman of the Interstate commerce
commission, was married today to Mrs.
Mary N. Gardner of Syracuse. Tha car
amony . wag performed by Bishop An
drews, a life-long friend of Mr. Knapp.
Only the immediate families were pres
ent Following the wedding the pair
left for Spring Lake beaoh for a honey
Both Mr a. Gardner and Mr. Knapp
have been married nerore. Tne an
nouncement came aa a great surprise to
their friend,' aa no mention had been
made of the approaching nuptial. 'Mrs,
Gardner came to New Tork accompanied
by her mother and brother, Dr. Way
nard. Mr. and Mrs. Knapp. will make
their future home at Stinltlgh court,
Washington, IVC. 'tf Potober 1, . , .
The numfcer of women employed a
, printer In England lncrase every
HARTJE CAN! OT
Millionaire's Cousin De-i
Will Swell Defense Fund!
and Join in Coming
Clares Case Will Be Prose
cuted Very Soon. ,
(Special Dispatch ts Tke ToaraaL)
BeatUe, Aug. 10. C F. White, chair
man of the executive committee repre-
aentlpg the Lrumber Manufacturer' as
sociations of Oresron and Washington,
(Hsarst Hews by Longest Leased Wire.) was today empowered to represent the
Pittsburg, Aug, 10" shall try Au- shingle mills bureau In the fight against
gustu Hartje for perjury and consplr- the proposed advance in lumber and
acy, notwithstanding the fact that h lslshlnele rates effective October li Hi
a relative of mln," This was the state- appointment as chairman of th hlngl
ment made by Dlatrlct Attorney Harry mills bureau committee and giving him
Qoehrlnar this afternoon when told that ant hnrltv tn mnraunt tha ahlnarla man-
j. dooh rirguion, aemur cuunasi jor uracturers in tne lumbermen executive
tiarije, tne millionaire paper manurac-
Short connection prevail for outside
points at Spokane and farther eaat con
nections are short because of the strike.
All messages from Spokane to Helena
are being aent by mall, as are other mes
sages to points In th vicinity of Hel
ena. The Portland operators are waiting
ror instructions rrom rresiaent emau.
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 telearaph company. Even if
the messengers should stay with the
company, the men are not afraid of the
outcome of the strike in this olty, be
cause or in strong organisation wmca
ba been pert so tad.
Granddaughter of Stonewall
Jackson Elopes With
committee gives White half a vote in
that compact organisation which con
trols th rizht aa-ainat tha railroads. '
never be tried. The district attorney is Connie with tha fact that ha renre-
a cousin of Hartje. and for this reason sents two of th four mill eomblnes la
it is presumed erguaon leu so conn- the committee 1 the circumstance that
turar. who la aa-atn to trv fop a rtlvnrna
from hi wife, said that Hartje would
Harm I under Indictment for con
spiring with William Hooa, a negro 1
coaenman, now serving seven year in
in nenironiiary zor penury ana con-
l be rememoerea.
piracy. Heoe. it wll
was th negro who- swore h
aa chairman he will have authority to
direct active work and will not be ham
mered by much interference from the
wo other member, who at best could
only tie his vote In matters of policy.
taro who- swore he he
proper relations with Mra. Hartje. He I all
wilted under eevere- oross-examlnatlon.
admitted Hartje had listened to his will add 140,000 to the defense fund of
glee of a single day's out levied against
the shinsrle mills bureau
nieana that the hingle manufacturers
(Hearst Mews by LoBcest Lessed Wire.)
Charlott. N. C, Aug. 10 After
long flight of more than ISO miles,
with her angry father In pursuit not
20 mile behind all the way, Miss Julia
Jackson Christian, the beautiful grand
daughter of , Stonewall Jackson, the
Confederate general, wa married at
Salisbury Thursday pight to B. Ran
dolph Preston, a young lawyer of Char
Th father of the bride, W. E. Chris
tian, arrived here a few minutes be-
first story without turning pal and 1 1141,000 already guaranteed by three I hind his daughter. Miss Christian, who
kept him supplied with money to keen lumber manufacturers' orranlzatlona
him away from Pittsburg. I Thus far the loggers' associations of
Goehrlng 1 mad, and th indication Puget sound, Grays harbor and the Co
tonfght are that Hartje will be tried lumbla river and the lumbermen of Cal-
soon. i. I lfornia and Idaho have taken no action.
If they make an assessment the defense
fund will be swelled above the 1250,000
originally set for it. At a meeting of
tne sningie mills bureau it was claimed
lives here with Mra Stonewall Jackson,
had been vi si tin a ber father In Atlanta.
where she was the recipient of atten-
)ubiio men. even
ajourning in her
ENGINE JUMPS BUT
PASSENGEBS ESCAPE jm would not b. lott. iSjSrxitm
tlons from numerous p
the Georgia senate adj
Thursday night he was astounded to
receive a telegram from her announcing
tnat sue naa taken a train ror jnar
(HearstjKsws by Longest Laased Wire.)
Washington, Aug. 10. The engine of
the Baltimore and Ohio train from th
west, due her at 1 p. m.. left th rail
FIGHT HILL FOR
time to board the section of th New
Tork and New Orleans limited, th first
Section or wnicn. witn bis daughter on
oard. had culled out 10 minute ahead
or mm. . x
going 60 mllea an hour at Kennlngton, j
cross ties, but th- coaches held to th
a suburb a few mile from Washington.
Th engine tore up about 200 yard of
traok. The passengers were jolted, but
tner was no one nurt.
CHICAGO . TERMINAL
Then be ran the chase, the father hoi
lies Christian had laid her plans
ing against hop that something would
At present there are 100 In Loo
on alon. 1
SHOT IN THE FOOT
WITH A TWENTY-TWO
Harriman Plans Gigantic
Campaign to Gain Control
of Transfer Eoad.
(United Press by Special Leased Wire.)
Chicago, Aug. 10. E. H. Harriman
wa in Chicago this Afternoon planning
H uY.! b?,UKh gigantic fight with J. J. Hill for the
gun was acoiaentaily discharged by a
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' Loa Anno!o3. California
(Special Slapatch to The Journal.)
lavOranda. Or... An lrt Wilttr
Young, the seventeen-year-old son of
xeo xoung, was acidentally shot
mrougn tne root yesteraay with a .3
caiiDer revolver at Hllgard, sewsra
mllea from here. He was hroua-ht tn
jsurnnue. it is mougni u w"l not 0 nnaltlnn f ths Chips o-o Terminal Tritu
nuecessary to .ampuute.the foot . The F"'1".0.? SV .7l"K.?;
. swa a vit vstu, w t va nuavu saut i iiitnii
pects to enter Chlcaaro with the Balti
more and Ohio railroad. Hill wants the
terminal transfer for his own entry Into
Chicago with the Great Northern. -
Tne terminal was one oi tne proper
ties over which John R. Walsh had con
trol, and lt practically the only terminal
raciiuy leu tor any great system to en
ter Chicago. Through the fight over It
wajsn nopes to renuDUitate ma indus
Harriman left tonight for the west
uoon a tour of Inspection of the Faclflo
coast railroads in wnicn ne is interested.
STBEET TBEE PLANTING
How St. Louis Expect to Secure the
Most Satisfactory Results.
In the general movement for clvlo lm
provement tne question or trees is a:
Imoortant factor, and much attcntl
has been given to the choice of the beat
trees for fit Louis conditions, says the
Globe-Democrat Several kinds of trees
have been tested by experts, and two
have been found to be capable of endur
ing without injury the smoke, soft ooal
gases and other conditions peculiar to
tnis city, 'inese are in sycamore ana
in some degree tn swamp (or soft)
- The city .has been laid out in district
ror tree planting, certain treea auottea
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 for each particular locality win
pa piantea in tnat tocamv.
This plan has been adopted with a
view to harmony and a consequent
? raster street beauty. It has been
ound that If treea of th same specie
are planted togethr the general effect
la more symmetrical and pleasing to the
eye than If different sorts are grouped.
Trees of the same species have the earn
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 xrowth,
are useo. . '.
eoma property owners odjsci to wnat
fhev term arbitrary action of th city
in compelling a man to plant one sort
x tree wnen ne warns 10 piani anotner,
ut in most .cases when reasons for this
action are explained they see the pur
pose and are willing to conform to th
new rule, especially since it relate to
sidewalk tree only and leave th in
dividual free to make hi, own choice
of tree for hi 'yard. .,;.,-.vtrs(- ?.-; -h
"Sycamore and maple are now there
fore th official treea for 8t Lou I a and
all future tree planting will be done In
conformity : wltbth . new order. This
la also in consonance with the faot that
the street trees are planted on the city's
joropertx, not J&t propervt ownoCgt
happen to detain the train in front o
n mia-nt eaten up. But like tha
true granadaugnter or stonewall Jack
well. 8h wired her aweetheart here to
meet her at the station. The young
man telerrathed a colles-a chum al
taiisoury to nave a preacner 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
preacner on nana 'i ne ceremony was
perioral sa immediately.
"JACK THE HUGGEB" IS
ABBESTED ONCE M0BE
Ed Gee, "Jack th Hugger." who i
alleged to have viciously assaulted Mrs.
Nellie AverilL of 201 Eleventh street,
on Morrison street Friday night anu
was subsequently ' taken into custody on
a charge of disorderly conduct was
again arrested by Detective Tlchenor
last evening: on a warrant charging him
with assault and battery. ,
For some reason, although th war
rant caned ror jiuu casn nan, uee wa
allowed to go on his own recognisance.
As the matter now stands the accused
man has only been required to produoe
100 Km two serious charges, which. In
view of the circumstances surrounding
the case, is regarded as low ball.
The police declare Gee to be a dan
gerous character and It will not be at
all surprising if he would fall to be on
hand upon tha calling of the case to
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Any $20 Three-Piece
Do Not Forget We Are Selling
Youths' Outing Suits
Boys' Wasti Suits
Ladies' Wash Suits and Coats
All Panama and Straw Hats
All Summer Weight Union Suits
$2.50 Silk Underwear
$2.50 Lisle Underwear
$1.50 Balbriggan Underwear
$1.50 Lislp Underwear
Latest Novelties for Fall
' Now In
Your Inspection Invited
LEAVE THIS MORNING
Expert Biflemen Go
Special Car to Na
Oregon' team of expert riflemen,
picked from the national guard of the
tat, will leave thl morning in' a
private car on th O. R. As N. for Port
Clinton, Ohio, where the national con
tact will be held. The party I com
posed of It men, there being 16 sharp
shooters and three officers In command.
Adjutant-General Finser commands
the party. Captain Settlemler of Wood
burn Is statistical officer, and Lieu
tenant Whit fa ordnance officer. The
team of riflemen that will compete at
the Port Clinton range I as follow
Captain C C Hammond. F. B. Ham
lin. R. O. Boott and E. M. Denny. Lieu
tenant O. H. Houclt, Bergeant-Major V.
8. Howard, Sergeants A. A. Sch warts,
F. u. Stewart, A. Q. Johnson and ii. tu
fetne, corporals U. . Upton, R. L.
Perdew and 11. Dickie and Prlvat B.
F. Fields and Alexander Ferguson.
HUMOBOUS THIEF NABS
PAL'S BEST TB0USEBS
Reynold Olson, who la now being
ought by Deteotive John Price ;on
oharge of larceny, can. Justly lay" claim
to being on of th moat original hum
orous thieve ever coming to th notice
of the police.
Olson, who is a teamster, rewarded
the hospitality of hla friend. Harry
Buckles, who save him shelter for )wo
night at th Butt hotel. Sixth and
Glisan, by stealing th latter best
This evening Buckle received a let
ter from Olson in which th thief stated
that he had taken the garments as se
curity against th former leaving; th
olty. x took your suit old pal." ra4
th communication, "because I Ilk you.
I want von ft take a trip east with m
thl fall, and if you haven't any clothes
I know you won't go. I'll bring back
th suit at 7: JO p. m, Saturday, so don't
Buckle reported hi loss to th bu
reau of criminal Investigation nd De
tective Price Wa detailed on the ' case.
At T:46 o'clock, 11 minute later than
th time set forth in th letter when
Olson wa to put in an appearance,
Prlo recovered the ult In a . Third
treat second-hand store where It had
been sold a few minute previously. .
A searcn la now Mini mad lor in
humorous Mr. Olson. . . t
HiAt Else Could He DoT
From Ally Btdper."'-" I,'-
Her lip wer so near, "
That what els could I doT ,
Tou'll be angry, I fear,
But her lip wer so dear ,-
Well I ean't nak it clear J ,
Or explain it to you
But her Hp wer so near-
That what else could I dot ..
v NEW USE FOK BUTT Kit.
Prevent Boiling Over.
. Coffee frequently produce biliousness
and all of the accompanying distress,
such as loss of appetite, dyspepsia,
bowel troubles, etc. A lady from 1111-
jnois says: , "I had used coffee for many
years, and tnougn i iook great care in
m akin a- It, felt Its
Ill effects very serl
It made me bilious and robbed
m of mv annetlta for breakfast.
i always naa trouoie wim unpipsw
I was told by phy-
while 1 used it.
aiclana that I Jiad catarrh of the
ach, and came to believe there was no
help ror me. two years ago i quit me
use of coffee and began to use Postum
Food Coffee. At first 1 missed the
stimulant, although tha taste of the
food coffea waa delicious.
"In Mi few dars I forgot all aDOUt my
coffee in the satisfaction i aerivea irom
Postum. and soon found that my appe
tite returned, the bllloua condition and
dvsDepsla disappeared, so that nowI
am proud to say that at the age of '75
var I enlov mv food aa wall aa when
youna- and all my dyspeptic symptom
ana stomaon trouDi naro st0""'
"Thean trouDle naa oeen wiin mo xor
most of mv life and it 1 really re-
markabl that I am now o perfectly
Well. To say that I am grateful doe;
not express it. Once in a while I find
a rmrson who does not like Poatum. but
I always find it Is becaus it has not
been properly prepared. Ther i but
on wa to make rood Postum. and that
i to make it xactly according to direc
tions, allowing It to boil full IS minutes,
not after It is placed on the stove, but
after the real boiling beglnaU a
email dec of butter, about the sis
6f a pea, to prevent boiling over.". Read
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