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THE OREGON".' SUNDAY-.jOURIIAi; 1'OIiTtAlID, SUNDAY MORNING. 'AUGU3T 13, IC07.
,Colonel ; Surprises Society
: Circles Jn Army by Plan
i "of Filing: Complaint; for
; Divorce ' Against Wife
I "Who First Accused Him,
ij ' - .
' . (Hunt News by Lnnrt Lmm4 Wire.) .
j Chicago. Aug. IT. Colonel William F.
' Tucker of the pay eorpe of tha United
: Etatee army will sue for divoro from
. -'' 111 wife, Mrs. ' trolly Logan Tucker,
' 'daughter of .the late Otntnl Mn A.
"'.Logan. That la unless Mra Ticker
, mchlevea a coup d'etat In racing to the
; 'courts ahead of the gallant officer.
' If Mr. Tucker adopts that couree to
'. atanter aha will not experience a hard
i-un, aa Colonel Tucker haa rone fleh
' lug and la not expected back to Elm-
hurst court for I days. . The announoe
tment that the of floor and not the wife
' would institute and prsosed has eauged
, . i a furors In army and society circles. Al
though the wurt 'of Inquiry removed
the bar-snlstsr oast upon Colonel Tuckr
' , er by his wife. It was ozpsctad that
the woman and not th man would
lake t he initiative to bring about per
I petual separation.
' The same mystery which haa marked
'the sensational' case from Its inciplen-
sbrouds the question: "What will te
telegrapher, I!; A Triend, $50;
. J. O. Blake, assistant general super
intendent of ths Paoino division of th
night for Tcom'l fcinat'tle, where
ne wiu iook aner mt company e Inter
ests until Monday. Mr. blaks haa been
In Portland fora week. deulte th faot
his headquarters are In Bail FYar.cl.oa.
and la that time haa been helping; th
iri uiuauua bj operating an lustru
mnC - ' ;r
Mr, Plan la confident of th
peny ultimately winning the strike. In
faot he said last nlsht that the atrtka
rm operators were whipped before
they went out." said Mr. ttlake last
mgnt. , "xney had nothing to strike for,
and never asked for anything until af
ter they had walked out Then they
earn around, but w refused to treat
with them." -
Mr. blaka Insisted that ths comnan
was handling all th business eomtng
In. and said that th strike was over,
so far as th company was eonoerned.
When asked where th company would
get th men neceesary to fill ths plaoes
ion vacant oy in striking operators.
n eouid not answer, saying ths Postal
oompany had anough In Portland and
that ho was not worrying about th rest
01 ins country.
y LOOSE CHARTER
Oontlnu4 from Pc On)
BACK TO NATURE
Those at Helena Hie Them
rto the Hills and Go
" Into Camp.
ONLY EXOUGH IN .
TOWN FOB PICKETS
the grounds for dlvoroef Speculation
.has it as "cruel and Inhuman treatment
' on the part of Mrs. Dolly Logan Tucker
. In bringing charges against her husband
v of -conduct unbecoming sn effloer and
- a gentleman In Manila, Ban Francisco
and Chicago." ' Ths colonel's petition
' containing that characterisation Is said
- to be even now In th course of prep-
x. The astrangsment will be alrod In th
'. courts of Cook county. As an offlcsr
of th army Colonel Tucker's home la
. at the station to which be la assigned.
His present Dost Is th department of
the lakes with, headquarters at Chicago.
Mrs. Tucker and her mother,. Mrs. John
A. Logan, are at Washington, where
yesterday they mad a vain attempt to
see Secretary Taft. - It Is understood
that they intend to challenge the flnd-
intra of th army officer who exon
,, crated Colonel Tucker ' of th charges
made by his wife.
At Elmhurst tonight frlenda of Col
onel Tucker refused to verlf or deny
.the report thst hs would soon begin
proceedings for divorce. However, It
i Is learned from an authoritative source
I that such will b ths
(Continued from Page On.)
button of $200 and this la being added
to by various friends and sympathisers
until already It Is beginning to assume
t comfortable proportions. As the oon
, tributlons are entirely voluntary and
have not been sollolted by ths strikers,
i ths operators are much encouraged at
i the substantial evidences of sympathy
J thus given. - To to last night th eon
. tributlons given wer as follows: i
i . McAlln and McDonnell, $100; 1.
I Bennessy Murphy. a. H. Thomas,
. sz-telegrapher, f 10; - Clarenoe Olbba,
' striklns telegrapher, f 10; Pat Kelly, ex-
granted and then It la further atlpulated
that In all . futuraV franchisee thsra
shall be Inserted a provision thst will
require th grantee. of the franchise or
its MiAMMAn ta maintain th streets
aa required by th common council ana
ths board or puonq wonts ana ror isji,
ure to io so said , f ranchlss shall b
forfeited. And sll franohlsss granted
to any person or corporation to lay
down tracks for streetcars or other
railways. shaU provide that ths psrsoa
or corporation to whom tha franchise Is
J ranted and their or its successors shall
urlng the llfr t -th franchise pav.
ropave, reconstruct Or repair from tima
o cxme wnenever cureoivu u vii wm
mon oouncll th whole or any portion
ef tha strsst used by said streetcar
or railway oompany, and th portion of
th street between parallel lines ex
tended on foot beyond th outer rails."
Must Ao or Xioaa Chart
This provision ef ths sharter.waa not
Incorporated in th franchise granted
to th Portland railway company, which
was known as th blanket franchia of
Hit and which was granted under th
old charter. It Is contended, therefore,
by th city authorities that either ths
company-must admit tnat mo clause
should be in th franchls and permit
It to be read in It or else Its omission
will in validate th franchise, nullify It
and place It In danger' of beng for
feited by th company upon ths slmpla
action by th city council.
Th question la being studied by tha
city authorities and If It la found to be
solidly grounded a demand will be mad
upon in, oompany unaer in sanction
of tha old charter provision presumed
to be In th franchise, demanding that
tha ions? neglected street Improvements
be commenced at once and pushsd-to a
spaedy completion witnin a reasonams
time to be fixed by th city. In th
vent that th company refuses to so
red to this request, action will prob
ably be taken by th elsy oouncll look
ing to th forfeiture of tha franchises
of th company.
Mayor Lane, In discussing th q
tlon last night, stated that ha had. not
looked Into lt sufflclsiulyltt .Jenow
whether th discovery was applloaUle
In every way, but hs said that' If It
was found to b so ha would us his
sndeavors to asa to. It that the street
car oompany did not hinder tha paving
wore ny runner.
. Teachers at Sfobm Day. i ,
fllDertal Dtoesteh t Ths JesraaLt
' John Day. Or.. Aug. 17. Professor CX
M. Gardner will be principal of th
schools her this year and Miss Orllla
Patera will be - primary teacher. ' Mrs.
Gardner will act aa assistant principal
and eighth grade teacher. Miss May
Bchartls will be Intermediate teacher.
School will begin In this district Sep
tember n. ; -f i -
; EMERGENCY PIANO SELLING AT
EILERS PIANO HOUSE
; f J , , - a, ; r-( i - I '
U A FORCED SACRIFICE THAT HAS STIRRED MUSIC
, 1 , ; LOVERS TO UNPARALLELED ACTIVITY.
2 Finest Makes in America Selling at Fifty-Seven Cents on the Dollar
jNO wonder tne entire bales Force las Been Kept on the
'Tump Even the Most Exacting Taste ahr) Preference Can Be
4 Satisfied, for Every Instrument Is lTew, Perfect, Beautiful, and
' Guaranteed in Every Particular Sale Can Only Last a Few
Days Longer. , :S" : : ' - ' '.;
'A Magnificent Pointer tor , ;
.Every Thoughtful, Music ;
loving': , Piano-less :
Man and Woman ..; V' h
It la ffenerally admitted that the
Eilera atoreg are now selling; a good
many more pianos that all the other
Pacific coast firms combined. This is
in itself a noteworthy fact, but the
rapid growth and tremendous expan
sion of ' the Eilera . business ia still
- more significant in the face of the fact that many other and older houses!
... nave gone to pieces ana are aouerina; a gradual decline in output and in-
The reasons for this great trade supremacy are not hard to establish.
, First, the Eilers houses were started upon popular principles, to carry none
. but reliable makes of pianos and organs, to sell at the lowest prices consis
t tent with a .fair profit, to have strictly one price, and a definite "Money
) ' Back Guarantee. - Second, absolute good faith with the public In every
transaction.- aoewo poucies nave re-voiiraonuea tne piano purchasing ques
. tion in the west , The Eilers houses have made it possible for anyone of
inoucrs menu to own a iirst-uass ptano to ouy it on terms so easy that
j paying for it need hardly be felt
. A piano that sold under the methods of other dealers tri former days at
$400 can be bought at Eilers now for not to exceed $225. The progressive
r-. ana modern way ot fnano rseiung as now carnea on Of the KUers houses,
eaves the individual purchaser not leas than $50 to $150 of the prices that are
toaay asicea oy ouer nrms. - '-7''.
i" LA.f" ?f-The Present tmenencv Sale
,4 nt conuiuons, so onacruea tnat ss ss a. m , .
. every line of business in San Fran- means MUCIl tO the economical
I ?J22fi& VKb5k of Highest Piano Quality
, , after which the insurance -companies cancelled practically all their risks on
the contents of temporary buildings, our house there found it impossible to
i accommodate the enormous stock of new instruments ordered in anticipa
f tion of occupying their new building on Market street in September. The
i,' new quarters will not be ready for weeks yet perhaps several months. All
r Duiiding operations have been retarded on account of the strikes. These
:. Jr pianos must be moved sold for there is no place there for them.
f , u aatuuon to ma great saving tnat tne uuera methods make possible
m to oroinary way, tnere is added to the Inducement offered, another sav.
' ing, for these Oianoa Will ba aacrififal In nrrler tn Aimnnam it hm An(pV1
, ; Sevan carloads of them have already been sold here ia Portland within the
past two weeks. Three more cars have just been received, and the forty-
. , u.uiui u uu aiuiiucni will pv oiicrcu auring tns
' f.ori?f.wek' 00 term" a ore liberal than those established for the
:usti. .,;i.:;V'-.s '' t . ' ?
fill ths terms of the saw contract to be
The segregation Has five mllsa waat n I
xne xnscnatss river ana comprises 10,-1
000 acres of tha finest irrigable land in
crook county. The antlra dlatriot Is
eansble Of Droduclns? an abundanaa nt
crops or ail ainoa, ana in rsot thos aet.
tlera who have been provided with suf
ficient water for irrigation purposes
have mads remarkable showings oa tha
.'-"Watea stapply hart .-.
Tha present oomptnr haa had oat-
anted some 11,000 acres of tha total seg
regation. Tumolo creek, tha source
of supply for the canal lines, carries
only enough water to lrrla-at thne.
eugmy ins pamntsa area, leaving th
remainder vuaoui viur. . The vsrmt i
trouble with -tha oompany arose when I
setuers outsit, tns natantai mntnnm
ght land and found they would be
bla to Irrlsate It. . .
Tha oountrv In tha vlclnltv f I
head-arataa offers admirable opportuni
ties for ths construction of a storage I
reservoir wnion . wouia nans a surn.
clent BUDDlr of water to thoroutrhlv lis. I
rigato ths entlr segregation, but there
nas nsver oeen snown a disposition on
the part of tha company to provide for
ins Mwia supply. '
BOY. SHOOTS BODY
Contlnued from Page On.)
finest Makes-Prices Never Before Duplicated
; note VYell the Terms
t J The makes embraced ia this rtlvely unparalleled offer are aQ too
wea uiown to need indorsement The prices are sensational in the e
i Wl!?J"Vt i" $400 grade, go for
aw iw lerms csnDerai as 50 down on the
f :net and most costly instruments will be accepted, and as low as even $25
v.. wui too Balance in a year. With such a saving
. as tvis, such splendid makes to choosa from, anf terms so easy, you can
. harf.,y afford to pass thiaj unusual opportunity. But remember, Oils sale
, on'y rplies to these forty-four instruments: ehM m
chance to buy upon such a remarkable basis will end. Therefore, be prompt
1 rs Piano House, the House of Highest Quality, $53 Washington
street, turner of Tar a, r s.v - .
tha ropea that held tha swaying balloon
were unueo, fit snot upward, swaying I
graoefullv from aids ta aids and French I
Wavsd hia hand to tha people and
It waa only a few momenta hef ore I
th balloon was half a mils in ths sir.
French could b aeen Indistinctly mov
ing about on th ropes, appearing per-
i w lit i iiuijitK ids crowa waiiea tx
pectantly as h climbed Inside tha can
non and prepared to f Ira it. Suddenly I
there waa a flash and French ahot out
of tna cannon's mouth and started
downward. Tha parachute did not open,
but no one was annrahenalva at first. I
believing that it would right Itself be
fore ha had dropped far. Many of them
cneerea, imnsjng tnat na was gv
an additional exhibition of daring.
' walla Uka Oomst
With increasing rapidity
toward ths earth and , th
atlll remained closed. Ha was about
half way down before . tha onlookera
realised that something was wrong, and
that hia death waa certain. Aa ha fall
nearer with tha ansed of a comet, a
low cry of horror went up from thai
erowd. The women aorearaed and be-1
cam hysterical. Hera and there in tha I
throng eama cries for watsr as other I
women dropped to tha ground swoon-1
tv French ahot
tha parachute I
force that almoat tor a hole!
I on top of a l
rom the park I
m Ita roof, French landed on top of a I
barn a quarter of a mils
and bumped to the ground.
who Is ths chief of sollea
of Bavin Rock, and who waa In th
crowd that witnessed tha sscenslon, was
among tha first to reach tha spot where
his son's body lay. It . was found
crushed and mangled almost beyond
recognition. The rope of tha useless
parachute waa atlll clutched in hia
henda, It had becom tangled and pr-
Tfumi in pmracnuie opening.
TOXGTJEES BEFUSE ,
(Continued from Pag One.)
llliiKt I.SfiOF lflh:.!i
Life on lottery Flan Fishing Capi
tal Prlsa, Kodaking the Conaola
. tlon, AU Others Boobie--Soft
JJands Orip Bayforka. '. , .,
- (Besnt Hew ay Leaflet teased WtreJ
Helena Mont. Aug. 17 Tha Waatara I
Union, Postal and leased wire telegraph
operators who are oa strike la thla city
hava, hit upon a somewhat novel man-1
aar of whlllng away their tlms. They
havs- ertabllshsd a oamp ta tha Little
Blackfoot country, Juat ovr th moun-1
tain range from tha eitv. and ar. I
Joy lng" theraeelvea . to tha limit Ploket I
oommlttees hav4 been left ta watch th
several affected olflcee la tha city, while
th remainder stay at tha eamp. The
fishing la fine In that section, tha Little
ciacKiooi oeing one ot tna famous trout I
streams of tha atats.
The men on duty. Including tha chief I
operators and those employed In thai
race oureau. wnicn utlllsee telephone I
wires, ana a number of former tela-1
grapnera nave made up a puraa with I
which provisions are vurchasad and!
shipped to tha men.. Thla Includes
canned goods, flour, baoon and tha like,
which, with tha trout and fresh beef
secured from raaohrosn, permits the
preparation of a aplandld menu.
Tha ranchmen of the -vicinity have
been more than kind to th tslsgraphera,
supplying 'them with fresh milk and
cream aaiiy, ana in turn tna operatora
nave assisted in th hay fields, in. faot-
the establishment of tha eamp proved a I
uu !(! i or in ranenmen, as it nas I
sen impossible to aeoure haln thla au. I
Work ami Kay by Iisrsery.
Tha Operators havs a lottarv mtm I
in vogue, xna capital prise la nshlng,
while tha others are boobies. Thesa in.
ciuae piicning - nay, oooaing, washing I
dishes, cleaning fish, with th taking of I
aooaa views as a consolation prlsa.
Lots hava been drawn dally, and be
cause of tha Ill-luck of one er two in
drawing tha dishwashing prlsa several
times In succession, a rule has bean
maae tnat a tnree-day limit shall apply
fumi vHiniui ffriaes.
Pitching hay was a Uttle hard a
om ox in aorvnanaea gentry for a I
urn, out tna compensation, II. I a day
and board, waa moat acceptable. . ahnnt I
which haa four tente for Bleeping quar-1
mrm. j. i(n k in neaaquarterg- tant I
states "No dudsa are allowed.1 an im.
of tha regulations Is that thsra shall be I
no shaving or combing ef hair during!
Tha ttassensar ' aondnntara nn i I
Northern Paciflo atop their trains at tha I
camp wnenever mere are passengers to I
get or oil. . . .
COMPANY WILL LOSE
(Continued from Page One.) "
Other. Ranges arc Sold only Because People Do Not Know About
the MONARCH, or Do Not Realize that.wthe Best is the Cheapest".
$54.00 Will Buy a Mon
arch Range Now
The materials and labor which enter Into the con
struction of these Ranges are of the hifhest trade,
and there has been a large Increased cost to the
manufacturer. He has notified us that he-will ad
vance the price September first, and we will be com
pelled to do likewise. .. v ',
$58.00 WILL BE THE PRICE OF A
MONARCH RANGE AFTER
1 SEPTEMBER-FIRST ;
We Sell Other Ranges'.
- v : - x. Z" - '..-;' ' -I- '
We sell them because there la always a demand for
low priced goods, which must be filled. If you do
not feel that yon can afford to pay the price of a
Monarch Range ask to aee the Surprise Range, six
lids with high closet and 16-inch oven 25 QQ
We also show a Dinner Bell' Range,' which we aye I
In various sines as low j .' ; 00 Hrfv
aS , .,. a....,,., tfW.t'.-,. .Vjll U, WW
These . Ranges will give the same service that you
will get from any steel range fitted with cast iron
tops, even If yon pay $10 or $13 more. ,
Fifty hardwood Kltohen Cabinets,' tops
slightly damaged ' la shipping. The
rallorad company paid aa halt tha coat
Tou gat tha benefit '
Each Cab Inst haa 1 4 eompartmsnts and
tha bins elide oa rollera. They are var
nished and stained and are good vain
at I20.S0. . To close out
1 if. a
-Kir ' i
r- -. I ; .y. " , . , : ... 1
earoet remnants. 1 to 1 yds.
luug, 1.S, 70 and.,,,..
'V.V.;;v Gray :
4S Inches wide, two shades of c f
gray, pink and blue stripes; ' nllf
lOo value. Special this week...y'
Double aisa heavy Cotton K 4 e
Blankets, sell regularly for SJ I 1Q
l.t. Bala prloa r
Extra large alsa gray Blank- Ay f a r-
BRING IN THE SIZE OF YOUR ROOM
We have about l remnants from one ta It Tarda to eloaa
at regardless of prtoe. Soma as low as too per yard,.
Big Valut .
Total Valut $125.
lS-lnch Bread Knife worth IS eenta,'
!"!nciJ 5utch,rJKn,, wrth 10 eenta.
-inch Emery Sharpener worth tOe.
-lnch Cleaver worth li eenta.
S-lnoh Paring Knife worth la eanta.
. 1 Can Opener worth 10 cents. .
I Slloar worth 10 eenta. .' '
All for 50c
Tha Chair ahowa in tha plo
ture can ba folded and oarrlad
as saally as an umbrella. . It la
one of. tha moat comfortable
ehatra made, adjusting Itself
perfectly to tha ahsp ef th
body. Frame ia ef hard maple
and tha Joints are connected
with stamped steel. The seat
ana asca are of , a. M r
: heavy duck ta faat XI 5
.coiora. jrnoe "- "
In. its construction this cot Is a marvel of skllL Opened
it is a ruii length, easy, elastlo snd comfortable bad. Fold
ed It la a anur nxlrM ahnuf 1 f..f Inn.
wiiiui a n tna. ,l louutTHMni to, nam
awn, piassa. or noma, will support cot ids.
Ons-burner Perfection Oil Stoves, reg
ular pries 11.00,, , A ic
sale price e)T.n J
One-burner Perfection Oil Stoves, with
leirav regular price fO.TI, ' . gQ
Two-burner Perfection Oil Stoves, reg-
-alaa prloe s,e, , ft lfY
aala price ... yU.v
Two-burner Blue Flame . C Af
Oil Stove vW
Iron Bed Special
Heavy iron sea, made rrora i i-ii-mcn
tubing, head 00 Inohes, foot 41 Inches,
five plain spindles in nesd fc a t r
and foot. Regular price g.6.NsX US
Bpeclal prloe ..'T
' V " ' ' a , Vs ,
' PORTLAND SPECIAL w
Box ef stamped steal, Enameled, has
rubber tires snd broom so- a
tlon; regular price $.7., p-X I XX
6 Knives and 6 Forks 49c
Thess are made of good steal with wooden handles and are
what generally sell for Tie,
1 1, " ",11 I
be ta Ood; an' oa da odder aide day las
out off dea names an', deys jes a enlls
of Ood, an' some of dem be pretty
naaeu wen aey gus aer nsmss oil.
. Thsy cMbbev Amythlmg,
i And he rolled about In his chair wfin
his followers laughed and groaned by
turns and tried o get Into tha soliiL
Everyone talka at once and all that la
needed to aet them oft Is to start some
one in a prayer. The othsrs grovel and
bite the straw on the ground, and rock
in agony, and sleie the benches with
They gibber snythlng that somes. Into If",
their heads, blame It all onto tha
spirit and at every long drawn
splration has worn aft with haggard
eyes ana rrotn at tna mourn ana an un
expressions that particularly delight
them and call forth a ehorua of approv
ing eacniBnauona ana start tnair una
and Jaws to moving by aa unsssn power
. Jews Uaaaearal Bosch,
"Da Jews am a ' unnatural bunch
which da Lwd broke off dat we miarht
ba grafted on."-
He take ud mi ten de filth aa' dirt
an washes us clean an' sits us up In a
palace aids or Jesus Christ, hallelujah I"
"Man's wisdom ain't In It wld Ood'a
Bf It waa we'd ruin da whole ting. He
doea de work aa' I'm aiad of It"
"Da heathens make mock or de nn or
tongues, uey aon t anow no Better, no
wunder dey laugh." V
"Da lawa arivee us ignorant, aneddl-
eated peoples wisdom an' ba Jssf makss
a walkln' book out of ya cause ye caa
aa da past and ds future."
"We staggers da edd tested preachers
because de spirit tesches us everything
an' day don't undsrstan' how we knows
And thsy an siap their Knees and
chuckle with delight
-O-o-o-o-oh, LiOTdl from the leader they
all writhe In ecstatic agony and shriek
in response. No one listens to snrons I TS, tfca eiwh ' wtit
els and each enjoys his own fit to thai day to receive discount an as
fullest Iha flnaily rise after tha In-gas blue. ' ,
be the last
SPOILS JAP GAI..E
Smashes Their Cameras and
Their Faces and Demol
: ishes Camp.',
' Bseisl DKpatok to The Joaraal)
Seattle, Aug. 1T Just because John
Olson, a logger, found three Japanese
taking , pictures around Lugml. Orcaa,
Whldby and other Islands la tha lowsr
soundi he amashed their cameras, broke
up all their plates and beat up the trio.
Oiaon raa across the Jspanese and
Asked them whst they wsre doing. , Hs
received an unsatisfactory reply. He
thereupon nummeled tna nnotnaranhara.
broke their cameras, amashed their
platas and went to tha Jansnes samp
and destroved .all their tiaranhernalia.
destroying .the wrk ef (we weeks In
, thaa atarted
a fsw minutes. ' He
trio taward Seattls. :
Tha photographera have been ' busy
about the islands, but It Is not thousht
any significance attaches . ta their ac
LIST OF GUESTS AT.
BESOIiTS BY THE SEA
tSpeelsl IMspatck t The JearssL)
Seaside, Or, Aug. 17. The following
Is the list ef the weeks' guests at the
Paciflo View: F. K. Mowsll. Oswego;
Miss Etta Peer, Washington! Mrs. N. F.
Hunt Mlse Grace Hunt Miss Berths
Hunt Christina Bachaler, Mrs. B. H.
Allen, Mabel C. Llewellyn, Edna Bunnell,
Mrs. M. Allen, Professor K. O, Alien,
Mr. 1 S. Allen. Mastsr Floyal Alien,
Thsyru Allen, Portland; C. C. Cham,
bars. Baker City; Mrs. T. O. Torn lng,
Portland; Mrs. O. F. Wrebuech. Monta
vlllai O. F. Brsndea, - F- I1, Brandos,
Portland; M. E. Holmes, Oregon Jour
nal; Fsoysl Holmes; A. O. Mrkwosth,
Sheboyrnn, Wisconsin; F. A. Turpen,
A. F. Turnen. HUlabont! William a
Belcher. ' ' , . ,
(SiwHat Dtasatck s The loaraal.t
Newport Oiv Aug. 17 Th follow
ing have been guest at the McPonslf
houss ths past week: Mrs., Dr. W. H
Wllloughby, F. B. Dunn, ' wife anj
daughter, Eugene; Mr. and Mrs. J. it
ynch. Cottage Orove; Mr. snd Mrs. L4
purer, ssiss isva Jriexter, iwrs, n. .so
Nsiland and son. Miss Effle Bnrrett
J. Klnley. Portland: J. W. 'Wrltmsnl
Judge Palmer. J. Wiley Hlllsboro, Ah
bany; J. J. Murphy, Mrs. E. WellN
Portland; Mrs. C. Zumvald, Oregon City I
Louis HargeL Roseburg; L. I Seabofi'
Portland; A, L. Thomas, Gaston; Mr
O. W. Berrlon. Moro. . . - ' -
V OX THE WORKDAY
.'(Speeltl Dtepsteh'te Tb JoarssL)
Seattle, Aug. IT. Th. United MInfl
Workers have withdrawn part of the!
uemanas. xney nave sgrev on ar
eight-hour work day in the mfn. s th
man going to and coming from soS'
their own time. Envlnaara
snd others engaged in getting the mm
Into and out of the mine will be si i
lowed to work a sufficient length over -i
tlms to assure that tha mn ha at their
places at starting tlms snd to get them
out at i the olose of the day., .