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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, rOIITLAI.'D, I IUPAY LY-.iai,U. AUU-i i.v..
OREGON SAVINGS WILL
OPEfl WITH NEW CAPITAL
' ' ' - - ; -77 .i.-.i.O--'
Han Is Backed by Local Capitalists to Resume Business
of Financial Institution With Increased Fundi :
as-Soon as Receiyer Makes Report.
Backed by etrong financial Interests,
action la being considered looking to
ths rehabilitation and early opening of
tha Oregon Truat Savings bank, re
eetijjy suspended on account Of failure
of lta offlcera to realise cash In an
emergency on Uj securities. It la aald
tha proposed reorganisation will reault
In a settlement that will clear tha bank
of lta present-troubles, release It from
tha ' reoeiverahlp, and plaoa It In a
strong poaltlon In tha community. . ,
Offlcera of the bank are reticent, aa to
i i 11 1 i .''
tha proposed plana. Vf. C Morris,
caehler of the institution; aald today
"There la nothing definite to be aald
at tha present tlma. We all would, of
course. Ilka to aea tha bank reorgan
ised and hope It may be done. But as
yet euch a movement haa not assumed
a form that would warrant any, state
ment regarding It.'
are -current "Vegardtng
tha character of tha reorganisation,
and' the amount of capital of the pro
poeed bank. One statement
effect that tha capital will be 1500.000,
another placea It at itdw.uuo.
STANDARD OIL SUED IN LOCAL v,
' COURT FOR SELLING POOR STOCK
Ernest Peterson, as administrator- of
tha aatata of Victoria Beatrice Peter
eon, deceased, entered suit In circuit
i court thla afternoon against tha Stand
4 ard Oil company for 16,000. Complain
t ant la a brother of deceased and he al-
leges In hie bill for damages that his
aimer met ber death at Troutdala be
I cause of aa interior grade of keroaena
I oil aold by defendant company.
J There la a law In the stale of Oregon
i that no keroeeno shall be aold In the
i atata for lighting purposes under 110
I degree test. The contention 1 tnat the
t kerosene which exploded and caused
Victoria's death waa only degree
Peterson la a brothe.
waa only It yea
of deceaaed who
rs old. . She waa work
ing aa domeatlo' for a family named
Rowley at Troutdala and one morning
fhe poured Uirosene oil on the kindling
preparatory to starting a lira to pre
pare breakfast. 8 ns placed the c ron
talnlna: the remainder of the kerosene
close to the aiove and when a match
waa applied to the kindling tne whole
Ignited kuddenlv and exploded. Victoria
waa burned ao badly that aho, expired
later In great agony. .
The keroeene In question waa part of
a" consignment shipped by the Standard
Oil company to a dealer at Troutdala
named Fox, from whom tha Rowleys
Had th keroaena been liO degreea
proof aa demanded by law the conten
tion of the complainant la, that It would
not have expioaeo. v
RESULTS OF RIFLE
LIT STILL III. DOUBT
No Word nas Been Received
in Ohio. V
No word haa bean received by Cap
tain. Jj. II Knapp from General W. E.
Flnaer In regard to tha records mads
by tha Oregon rlfla team attending tha
national shoot at Camp Parry. Ohio, and
tha aoldiera remaking In Pr,"d. "
on the anxious seat
their comrades. . . th
yesterday was tha big day or the
match. . All rltle teama engaged In oom
P?ftla alioollng will cha-jj-plonshlp
of. the country. Today the in
dividual mVtchea will be shot ort and! t
la expected that Oregon men will .take
i prominent place In both events. .
The latest word received from Gen
eral JWr waa aeveral days is when
he etated Abe men were 1" "l. utlr
tlon and. ready for the effort of their
Uvea, til aiso - .......
would break camp tomorrow, returning
home by varloua routes.
No other explanation for. the absence
of Information from General Flnaer can
be offered than the telegraphers strike,
which has tied up all llnee of communi
cation throughout tha country. Before
leaving for the east. General l lnxer
atated he would Bend a daily report of
the work of tha Oregon men, but ao far
nothing haa been received save vera. I
short telegrame and a few . official let
tara. . - ,
TO PUT UMATILLAS v
OX A WHITE BASIS
J. J. HILL OFF WATER WAGON STILL
WILL GRIND ROCKS AT KELLY MILL
Poor old James J. Hilt tha "king of
the drunks," again made his appearance
. In tha municipal court thla morning on
a charge of drunkenness and dJaerderly
conduce Patrolman Goltx, who seems
to De nin e nemesis, man ine arru
After hearing the details ot tha aged
. I . I, ' J- . .. I Y...1.M,
Strode sentenced tha habitual drunkard
with the railroad magnate name to 90
day on the rockplle. '
"Bhure, yer honor, wui It nolnty days
ye raid?" Inquired Hill after . sentence
! had beeri pronounced.
.; . "Tee."' curtly replied the Judge.'
"Then I'll hev to wolk for nolnty days
fur the county fur nothln'," meditatively
aald the prisoner. "Shuts It'a a poor
oounty ihet cant pay a man fur three
months' Tabor." And Bailiff Circle led
the old man back to the dock and Kelly
What to do with' Hill hits become a
problem with the police officials. He
no more than flnlhs one term than
he la back again, and notwithstanding
his pnyslcal condition from over-indulgence
In liquor Hill's pride will not per
mit him to become an Inmate of tha
poor farm. For many years he haa been
a source of continual trouble to the
police, and It i a matter of history
that he helped construct tha Jail at
Second and Oak atreeta In which be has
been conflnod ao often.
-NAUGHTY PICTURES CAUSE CIRCUS
t: MAN TO SERVE AT. KELLY. BUTTE
'- ' K
Harry Caey, a former 'employ of
'Hingllng Brothers circus, "waa ' taken
.Into custody at Third and Burnslde
f atreeta last night by .Patrolmen Humph-
revs and Newell on a charge of having
,11., . 1 1 a , lull, ,ii hip jnii.pt r-n i w ii. n
number of most dlagusting poatcarda
were found on the prisoner.
Judge Strode In the police court thla
; INVITE SQUADRON
; All Necessary Data 13 Being
Collected toTorward to
:. 1 ......
Secretary Moseaaohn of the Portland
eh am ber of commerce la getting data
from tha United States engmeera today
before the commercial bodies of . tha
city before taking any further action
: with regard to Inviting a portion of tha
Atlantic squadron whlclt. will shortly
visit tha Pacific coaat to coma to Fort,
land.' . . ' : '''. ...'?-
-We wish to be absolutely certain In
making atatementa to tha authorltlea at
Washington." aald Secretary Moaesaohn.
and facts and flgurea are what we are
after. Immediately upon receipt of the
. Information desired telegrams- will be
sent by tha chamber of commerce ex
tending the general Invitation."
Dp to date tha Commercial club1 haa
taken no action In the matter. That
body la more Intereated Juet now In
securing a freah water naval atatlon for
nT0 FAIR THIS YEAR
7 OVER SAFK BRIDGE
8Mlsl Dlepetck te Tbe JoorsaL)
' Balem, Or., Aug. 0, The re-enforced
concrete bridge being built by tha olty
'of Salem and the Portland General
Electric company la nearing completion.
" Thla bridge Is located on Commercial
street, over North Mill creek. -The
main arch la now ready for Baa. and
the final touchea In filling and finish
ing are blng put on. There waa
wnw anxiety that the work would not
;. be completed In time for tha Greater
Oregon state fair, September 1, and
, '.had such been the case, the company
.would have lost thousands of dollars,
since that la the big wek of the year
. In street car patronage.. Visitors at
tha fair will be glad to ride over a
new and modern bridge, Inatead of tha
old rickety and unsafe structure which
was condemned by paasengers for many
"years. Under the new conditions tha
' handling of. the immense crowda at-
tending the fair will be greatly faelll-
morning, 'after Inspecting 'the Intraoral
prints, promptly sentenced Casey to 0
days at hard labor on the rockplle. Tha
photographs are regarded by tha au
thorltlea aa the worat aver produced In
the local municipal court. . A clipping
from a Holaa (Idaho) newspaper, found
In Casey'a pocket, ahowa that ha waa
arrested for a felony In that city, but
waa oiscnargea tor lacn.or evidence.
, .(Special DiapatcB te The Jooraal.f
Pendeton, Or.. Aug. 10. It Is under
stood that Instead of enforcing tha $10
per month payments to tha Umatilla, In
dlana, as wna Intended, tha Indian de
partment will defer the 110 payment
Plan for six months, to give the Indiana
time In which to pay up their debts, and
make ready for the change.
i.i. ., that all the money dua the
Indiana at thla time will be paid now,
but that at the end of alx montha the
.-iv, .-iii h. ninuiiriMf and thoae Who
pay their debts and conduct their bual
ness'lo a bualneasllke manner, will be
paid In full aa now, but that thoae "who
are addicted to drink and who are alow
In paying debta will be paid but 10
per month; and merchanta and business
men will be ao notified. '
persistent complaint has been made
by the Indians against tha adoption of
Kin YinvmnniL iiia.il- uu .nut . n v i... ...
aa many of the best inoians are in new
and euch a amall payment would not en
able them to meet their current ex-
Pn'hV'lTniatll!a Indiana will gradually
be classified and those who are capable
of conducting their businesa will be.
gradually reieaaea rrom mo iriom rela
tion and direct eupervielon of the gov
ernment, although tha government win
guard their interests ana see imu uiey
are not mistreated.
It Is estimated that about one sixth
of the adult Indians on the reservation
are now capable of conducting their own;
affairs.'- -y-- '
CITRANGE iORCIIARDS i
MIGHT D0TERY WELL,
(Special tMapatrk to .The Journal.)
Kennewick. WaaK, Aug. 10 James C
TCTOWeTC'td'wnom tha United States de
partment of agriculture antruated the
care of several. Varletlea of liardy 'ori
has sent In, hla report to tha depart
ment. , Mr. Crowed etatea that the
irM, which are known as cltranges.
have dons exceedingly well and are In
a flourishing condition. They were re
ived last winter ana careiuny neeiea
In. being planted this spring. That they
are hardy and adapted to tha local ell-
FAIRBANKS WILL BE ,
GUEST OF FRAT MEN
' (JosraaJ gpeelal lorriee.V-.. .
BftO FranclecO. Aug. 10. Vioe presi
dent Fairbanks will reach thla elty at
i 7 ao o'clock Saturday evening. He will
l.e met at the atatlon by a delagatlon of
Oil Oamma Delta fraternity men from
ktnfrd. where the vice-president will
f i.i-nil Saturday night and Sunday, kfon-
. ,uv ha will return to San Francisco and
I... entertained by the Pacific Union
Coffin Nails on IUrfraln ConnUr,
.o.i.l Manatrk to Tb JerLI
Spokane. V i "h., Aug. 10. Tha cigar
eturea are ai iiina; out their eupply or
riaeti. ami tpera at reduced ratea
... r i.r in i, en re when the new antt
rirarelta . law a Into offaot, eep-
C0L1L1ISSI0II TURNS .
RATE CHANGE 001
Portland Railway Asks for
Quick Action on Steam
v.: Shovels Tariff.
. (Special Dlspetek ta Tka JoaraaL) ,
Salem, Or, Aug. 10. The 'railway
oommlaslon today refused to grant the
request of tha Portland Railway. Light
Power company, through Its trafflo
agent, W. K. Mulcahy, to allow It to
establish a special rata of f (0 on steam
ahovela on their own wheels between
Fairvlew and Anderson. This rata was
asked, to go Into effect on August It
and expire on September B.
in reiuamg the commission called at
tention to legislation on tha mlilt ...
quiring 10 daya' notice, aald that In
?Jnt.c,i ch"a-ea bad been granted
without la dava' notice hut it k.j i -
careful that the new rate did not expire
before 10 daya after lta establishment.
It expresaed tha opinion that the pro-
T?JH J7'.t WM tyPte rmidnlght tar
Iff." If there was any valid reason wnhr
----- w- me com'
mlaalon expreaaed Itaelf willing to en
terUIn an application to that end. Bu'
in no caaa would the rata be. permitted
to be diacontlnued without 10 daya' no-
iivo iu ma puoiio ana lone cominlaalnn.
Another letter haa been recalva mm
P. Decker of Hllvartnn mii.i.i..
miuiiimriii iwr aiupping BIOCK at
that place. Ha says that tha yard la
only large enough to hold one de vin
and that It was built by tba shippers'
' j Saenffarfest at Spokane.
(Haeelal TXsMtcfe to T laarul t
Spokane, Wash- Aug. 10. Tha alarhth
annual North Pact fl a aaengarfest la In
session hero. 8Declal trains loaded with
delegates have arrived from Kallspell,
Seattle and Tacotna. Each delegation
was met st tha train by tha local aaen
gerbund with a band and escorted
through tha streets to their hall, on .the
BODIES OF EIGHTEEN
' VICTDIS RECOVERED
: ' (Joeraal gpeetal BerVW. j", K
a Quebec, Aug, SO. Eighteen
S - bod lea have bean recovered from
e tha wrecked; bridge. The known
dead Include B. A. Oantel, gen-
aral foreman of tha bridge com-
pany; ? Chief Engineer Blrka.
, John Whaler. 'foreman; Jamea
e Victor. Henry Hardy, James
Idaho, a fireman named Davis,
e Wilfred Proolex, Zephralm 'La
. Ulrtcb riarthe, secreUry'of tha
e' wuebec Bridge oompany, with a e
w parry ot friends, had driven on .
w to the bridge to watch construe- ."
e tlon work, and Juat reached the
road opon hla return to ahora,
s when tha collapse oceurred. , y. "
HEIR TO FOfl II'E
G. E. Slater Forged Checks
Here and Is Wanted
; in California.
railing heir to f 30,000 four year, ago
noon the death of hla father, only to
dissipate tha fortune In riotous living,
and now facing, a lengthy term in tha
penitentiary for tittering and passing
flctltloue checka, is tha history of O. E.
Slater, under arrest here for obtaining
money under false pretense.
Slater was taken into custody at ths
Elks' -olub. Seventh and Stark streets,
Wednesday evenlna bv DetedilveS Alden
and Malouey on a w'Uftant .asued upoar
compiainc or lirat m. ttiiis, secreutry
of the Portland lodge of Ulka, who ao
cuaea him of pasalng a bogus check
Slater made what purported to be a
full confesaion after hla arrest. In which
he stated that ha only put out three
bad drafta In thla olty. It haa coma to
tha worthless checks and a number
of other persons have complained' to tha
t attorney mat tney
in the aame manner by the young man.
of ths worthli
dlatrlct attorney that
Slater alao admitted Issuing
check in San Diego and one In San
Francisco, California, but claims that is
the extent of hla operations. Several
weeks ago Chief Urltxmacher received a
telegram from Constable Place ot San
IMugo asking the local authorities to be
on tha watch for Slater.
The southern California officials were
notified of Slater's arrest, and a dls-
latch was received asking that he be
eld pending ths arrival of an officer
with extradition papera. - Thla morning
a 170-word copy or tna compiaini came
over the wires Indicating that ths San
Diego peace offlcera are moat anxious
to get the prisoner. According to the
dlsnatrh Hlater Is accused of mulcting
ek eonslderabla aum by meana of a check
on a bank In which ba had no runda.
Slater states that his father waa a
former governor of Indiana, and sus
tained Injuries In a wreck on the Big
Four road which reunited .in hla death.
It la" understood that Bills advanced
considerable to tha fellow even after he
waa convinced that ' tha man waa an
Impostor, with tha hope of getting hla
money back. . . J
Slater la a member In good standing
of Paaadena. California, lodge No. tlf,
B. P. O. E-. and for thia reason was sble
to Induce Bllla to cash his checks. Tha
district attorney haa decided to allow
the California authorltlea to have tha
defendant and Constable Plaea la now
on tha way from San Diego with the
necessary papers. Tha caaa has been
continued Until September S.
, ., -V '
. For tha first tlma alnca ths' prosecu
tion of tba railway ticket "scalpeta"
during tha Lewis and Clark exposition
under ths statute passed by tha legisla
ture In 1905, warrants were laauod thla
morning by -Deputy District Attorney
Haney for tha arreat of M. Maxwell
and John Doe, who aold two- railroad
tlcketa to O. H. Beaaley ot 0 Eleventh
street aeveral daya ago, .
Beasley anawared an advertisement
announcing that "A-460" had a number
.of railway tickets for Bale at reduced
ratea. After meeting the 'scalper" who
proved to ba a dapver. young fellow of
at ona time, the ooldeat night or tna
winter, they wltnatooa a wrajwaiun
of t degrees below sero.
The department aoea noi recommanu
that tha cltrango bs planted on a com
mercial scale to compete with o ran res
grown In - Florida or California, but
does advocate tha planting of amall or
charda for homo use, aa the fruit, while
aweet and Juicy, la noi or aucn large
else and fancy appearance aa tha navel
orange grown in tne aouinem Btatea.
It Is expected mai m tmn wm- urn
wldalv nlanted. In eaatern Washington
and Oregon on a amall scale.
IN TREASURE STATE
aaaaaaaaaawsasaaajBSxassr ' '
' (Speftst Wspatek to The Jests!.)
Helena, Mont., Aug. 0. Tha etatlatl
cal committee of the conference of the
Methodist Epiacopai church af Montana
has reported the following figures:
Montana haa S,7& full membera and 4i
probationers. 'There are 6 churches
and pareonagee. The total value of
church property la I70.625, on which
there la an Indebtedness of $14,114.
which probably will be wiped out this
vaar aa rilirlna- tha Oast Tear thO Slim
of 111.61 was paid on tha debt. Ths
total amount of money raised for be
nevolent purpoaea thla year waa ft..
oe thia iin&i'waa for education and
? 1.901 for foreign missions. Baptisms
or ths year were S0. Thers are 60
Sunday schools, having S,!0 pupils,
with teachera and officers numbering
2I. , . - ''
' T0 HAVE A LIBRARY
Albany, Or., Aug. SO.-tAlbany Is fle-
termtnea to nave a puiuio nurary. i
desired to establish one without
slstance of outside capital.
event of thla proving a failure an effort
la to ba made to aecure a Carnegie
library and have tha elty government
back ths Institution. A piece of ground
has been offered the local association.
WILL PASS UPON WORK
ON NEW STEEL BRIDGE
When tha executive board meets at
l o'clock thla afternoon ths Grand
avenue steel bridge will coma up for
acceptance. Ths structure Is practic
ally complete except for a little .work
to ha dons on the approaches and as It
haa been accepted as satisfactory to
the city engineer there la little doubt
that It will ba aocepted.
Plana for . tha - new union ' avenue
bridge have been finished and will be
presented to tha board at lta - next
meeting. . r '' 1
SPECIAL TRAIN WILL
a HAUL MANY PICKERS
special train 'of 'eight cara carry
tna- Bui) hopmcKere win leave tna unior
dpot for Independence over tha South
ern, pacme tomorrow morning at :u
o'clock. The train haa been chartered
by Krebba Bros, and ' the honplckera
f olng on tna trip wm aevote tneir en
Irs energies tq that concern.
Kew Lumbermen at Pendleton. '
tndIetnn.'Or..'AUf. JO.IO. A lumber
businesa will likely be established hero
In a very abort time by. the Stillwater
I.ilmber company of Little Falla. Wash
ington according to the announcement
of rrprentatiYus of the company made
here. They have found this a desirable
location for such an enterprise. , A mil
lion faat or more of lumber Will he
stacked bare In a abort tlma by tha com-1 end not yet In vl
pany. . i.- t :'-., heard by jury.
o;:ly o:;e poke to
PUT SGIinECK OUT
Takes Count, But Claims
Foul as Ho Lights
- No Good.
(Jooroal gpeelal giTtce.)
Wanntano Aug. 10. In tha early
atagaa of tha seventh round, with no
mora than to seconds gone. Kaufman
last night donated Sohreck the count
as a knockout In reality he was ex
hausted and practically unable to go
...v... .i.h.u.h uv. hla nama ha
attempted a barefaced ateal by claim
ing a IOU1. inara waa -
I i . ii . v um .wiii i, f . j -
Brat of its kind aent in by Kaufman,
took all tha steam out of Scbreck. lie
dropped on his knee and with one
gloved hand over hla atouiach the east
, ..,.,( ll ..f.rud Uillv
ernar aiajaa wu - j
Koche counted the swonae and awardail
the contest to toe oiacasiniLji. noi um
voice was raised to back up Schreek.
, . .1 . . a, 1 u a . t mn rniiiii). nra
ceding the flnlah, groggy and almost
out In the sixth round, tha first body
punch landed waa auough for Mike. Aa
he dropped to the floor ho made hla
, tMhm ahjwtlr hla haaii in re
fusal and tha Chlcagoan had plenty of
tlma to continue Hunting had ha been
able, but ba remained down until
counted out ' - -
VERY RICH STRIKE IN
about SO years, Beasley parted with S7t
for two tickets to Now XorK bearing
tha name Of Maxwell. Upon, going to
the Union' depot to have tha tlcketa
validated ba was met with a refusal and
reported the matter to the police.
The ticket broker evidently was aware
that Beasley failed to get tha tlcketa
counteralgned and Wednesday night tha
I7 waa mysteriously returned to Beaa
ey'a home. Dan J Malarkey who is
representing tha associated railways,,
was spprlsed of ths matter and upon nts
direction Beasley awora to the com
plaint . The "scalpers" have not yet
been apprehended but the detectives
are aearchlng for them on ths descrip
tions lurnisneo. -
JOURNEY FOR HEALTH V
IS FATAL TO WOMAN
' (Joersal gpeelal lerr.ee.)
Chicago. Auk. JO. A trio taken to
the aouthwest for tha purpose of re
gaining health led Mrs. Emma Johnson
to ths insane asylum and at last to the
returning irom a visit to relatives in
New Mexico, Mrs. Johnson waa pro-
video witn a ecaipera" ticxet py ti
atlvea. Tbe ticket was made out to
Identify a blonde, but Mrs. Johnson
waa a brunette, and. being totally un
acquainted with what waa expected of
her, did not deny the manner in which
tbe ' ticket came into her possession.
Being unable to pay her fare, shs was
put off the train in the middle of the
great Southwestern desert, and left to
wander witnout money. When round
by a railroad section gang, she waa
staggering in the eun, miles from hab
itation, almost erased by thirst, fatlgus
and 1 hunger. Her mind, shattered by
the terrible experience, never recovered
Its balance. She died today In an asy
lum at Dunning, a raving maniac.
PRICE PAID FOR PEARS
(gpeelal Dispatch to The Tooraal.)
Medford. Or., Aug. to. The sals la
reported In Montreal today of a car of
Bartlett peara from the Burrell or
chard, aouth of Medford, for 2,554,
equivalent to a net price of 11.77, Med
ford. duty paid. Thla la tha highest
sals ao far reported, but even higher
net flgurea are expected from aalea to
be mads at Boston and New York with
in tha next week. . .
V - I
tJeareal gpeetal Set-lee . , :
Shanghai. Au. 10. Two hundred are
dying dally In ths streets of Wuhu and
KlukUpg, where cholera epldemlo la
. , . . ' ' .
: Fair Orator at Pendleton.
(Special Dispatch to Tbe Josr aaL)
Pendleton, Or., Aug. 0. Senator
Charles W. Fulton haa aocepted aa in
vitation to make an address in ths pa
vilion during -the third dlatrlct fair
hare. . Oovernor Chamberlain had al
ready'' accepted a place and will bs on
the program. The ialr will take plaoa
tha last week In September.
Pendleton Society Circus.
(Special Dl 'patch to . Te JtmrssL) '
Pendleton. Or., Aug.- 10. A society
circus under the susplces of the com
mercial club and Company 1 Third In
fantry, O. N. U.( will be one of the en
tertainment featurea offered ths peo
ple of Pendleton thla fall. Thla will ba
on tha llnee of ths one given st Port
land. Ths matter wUl bs tskan up at
- ' ' Trial Not Finished. '-''
Clyde Kilkenny, William Moe, John
Corby and Claude Boyle, charged with
disturbing . religious meeting i tenir
Park, St. Johne, recently, are on trial
In Justice KeW s court today. The trial
has occupied most or the day with the
lew. AOs oase is oeing
(Special Dlspatek to The Journal.)
Helena, Mont, Aug. 0. Wallace Cor-
bett ot Spokane has Just completed an
Inspection of tha New Departure mine.
near Dillon. In which ha Is interested.
and Is roost snthuaiastlo over the prop
erty, which was -discovered only a few
months ago, but which has been shlp-
iing regularly aince tne tunnei .oucn-u
ha vain. Two . carloads netted 11.160.
Ths ore oocurs In deposits all tha way
from two to twenty feet wide. The
copper values run about 4 per cent, but
lA tlma la Is believed the red metal will
bava an important bearing. There are
some apota where tha silver values run
so high tnst tna xoreman aoea ma worn
himaelf, taking no chances on waats or
Oood Indications or psy copper bava
been found In tha property of the. Sal
teaa Conaolldated company. Operating in
ths Baiteae district, Sanders county. At
100 feet a blind ledge was encountered,
and later a hugs volume of water tha
asms conditions that existed In ths fa
mous Snowstorm. A tunnel Is being
driven to tap. tha mother vein, which
underlies aa Iron capping mors than 100
feet wide. Tola will bs dona at a depth
of 100 feet At 4S0 feet from tha tun
nel portal., tha face of tha opening cut
Into a four-foot vein of high grade ore
which assayed from 8 to 8S per osnt
copper, and from 110 to $11 gold. .
- LOCATE AT ALBANY
' (Specie! Dlspatek to Tbe JeeraaL)
Albany. Or- Alia 10. Frank W. Wat-
son of this city is making arrange
ments to open a machine and iron worka
in Albany witnin a xew weess. mr.
Watson will havs associated with him
Joaeohi Watson of Tacoma and. Sidney
Watson. - Of Seattle, all experienced
workmen. Joseph Watson nas been em
ployed fof lT years In ths Tacoma Iron
Works ant the other brother bas had
years of experience In making logging
They win matt a apeciajty or log
ging machinery and with tha tncraaaeed
demand for thla class of good a they
expect to build up a large and profit
able -business. In conection they will
oondoct a foundry and machine anon, . -
MRS; WEST. INJURED
IN CIRCUS RUNAWAY
. . : . ., .:
(Special 'Dlspatek to The JoernaL) '
. Albany, Or, Aug. SO. A runaway
took place In the city yeatarday during
tha parade of tha Rlngllng clrcua that
resulted In aerioua Injury ' to Mrs. D.
F. West of Plalnview. Shs and . her
husband were velwlng tha procession
from their buggy on North Broadalbtn
atreet whan ths team became fright
ened and upset ths buggy, turning tha
occupants out and Internally Injuring
Mrs, Weat,- "
CALIFORNIA OIL SEEKS
OREGON MARKET PLACE
A communication of importance waa
received by the Portland chamber of
nmmerna today from ona of the larg
est California oil companies. Ths com
pany deelred to DO put into communi
cation with soms firm or firms here that
wnnM handle and store oil. gasoline, pe
troleum and other by-products which It
The communication Indicates that tna
California oompany desires to enter ths
lrw.t fiM on a larse scale and the
chamber of commerce will attempt to
find the information aesireu.
LEMCKE COMPANY IS v
! SUED FOR LARGE SUM
The H- W. Lemcke company was mads
defendant In a suit for 1 1.78 1 filed yes
terday bv-F. Otto Burcitnarat, one oi
ths stockholders in the company. It la
alleged by Burckhardt that he advanced
ths oerenaant tne amount ,- m
tha ault in return ior a ont-ouarwr w
t. tha Naaranma River front oron
arty at Rainier, Oregon, under promise
that th money would b returned to
him if ho naked for It Ha olalma that
he haa made euch demand and wlehes
tha amount of. hla investment returned.
MUSICAL SOUL GOT 1
OWNER INTO BAD HABIT
II-. taT- 1T IT l's-l -' aMfel VMfTlArl
aVJlKsj ilrv, ww. - S"V; - f
m V.. .- S a K nn te Amtm' Ft as
iur III USIU, VU vv a V w i -w
mcortA Aitch ft plebl&n lnntrumnt bm
Ytoltn ana accordingly h U jUeirftd to
nav xoien numuor m i)Hniwini'i
roord- from the home of W. A. Bhld
i- a st, - .. i n nvAsvr I sr tf nn
by Aetln Judr Strode Sn the police
OOUrl xni morning wwuj -r- w
the irrand jury la the sum, of $200 oa
Cliarffe oi larwiiy.
CASA BLANCA IS IN
; ITS GREATEST PERIL
. f , . anutal Sah.ait .
Tangier, Aug. 0. Fifteen ; thousand
jviuiira nr a l 1 " 1 1 . . .- -
Casa Blanca. Ths defenders expect Uie
most Berloua attack yet. Delalls of
Wednesday's battls say 11,000 Joined In
th stuck, returning again and again
over tne uwi.wa - -; -' .
A thousand shells wars fired from ths
warships. . ... f
ONCEHICH BUT DIES
IN DEEPEST POVERTY
fRnaalal DUeateh to The Joernal.)
. a . a- . . . a r Dhj v? in. ...
UniOD- tir., AUH. mv nwi hvtihio.
piuiiaar , -villi's. -- - - - - -
place, who died Tuesday, and was buried
yeeteroay, was aooui bv xaara vi
and at ona time waa tha richest man In
Union county, but for many years he
had been blind and In abject poverty.
Me waa burled In the cemetery which
he preeented to the city years ago.
E loaves aa aged wUa, .
m-be.ito;i FMH .
A GREAT SUCCESS
Crowds Throng Streets and
the Exhibit Rooms Re
. ' .-.1 - .tu
(Special plipateh to Tke Journal.) j
Corvallla. Aug. BO. "With tha opening
of tha All-Benton achool fair In thla
clly yesterday began the realising of
plana that have been In preparation for
a year. Che reault Is a euooeaa beyond
anticipation. Ths atreeta are throngod
and the county courtroom, which con.
talna the exhibits, la nt half if
enough to acooinmodate the orowd.
The exhlblta are excellent and cover a
wide range of field and garden products,
hand aewlog, bread, butler. Jelly, pre
..'vce and a thousand and one kinds of
work done by the school children of
. . . . . ... ..Win tn a.hl.
lifniuu cowuiy. juw j,uhh... v.. -bltion
weighs 104 pounds and anothir
welgha 7B. Both ware grown In Alsea
valley. Many aplendid exhlblta from
the Irish Bend and Bellefountaln neigh
borhoode are also Been, while Corvallla
achool children are not behind the rural
districts In their displays
The balloon aacenslon yesterday waa
a pretty exhibition and the big ball
cleared lta nioorlnga at the tap of the
fire alarm at the city hall, and rose
QUICXiy to a consiaarauia iicikuw a.
lug In a northeaaterly direction. The
Jajacuute arop wae wn uuu. anw
esaor Miller cleared the Willamette
river py auout iou iwi, n'i"B
i I.. t- nH v nrilen nlot lust OD-
iiiluiou ... - a at. -
poaite the ferry on ths Linn county
Blue, ne inaaieB miwiuor buiu-i
nactacnlar featurs of yesterday
afternoon was a parads about eight
blocks In lengtn thai inciuaoa ni
k.,r.Mn. mnhntH children of ths county.
each carrying a flag. The P"d w"
reviewea oy uovinmr vhmuu-i -"i ,,v-
-. . . . i. . ... . D.....I.. Vnllnn ManV
umiou SWIM DWIlvyi - " ,
handsome floats of local bualneea firms.
citlsens in carriages anu , vw.
also in line.
At tha courthouas sauare tha exer
elaea Included the following: Invoca
tion Oy iiev. j. ru n. tmii, auuicaa
, - T nrithunnmh,' M.
welcome, j-t.. .mil. Ti V. . . V
sponse. Superintendent D. R. Alderman;
address ot me uay uj v.-wa-H.
Tha governor's remarks were along
educational lines. In kseplng with the
In ths evening Dr. W. J. Kerr of a
A. C. gave an excellent address to a
large and snthuaiastlo audience on the
1.. wn Tha a-raataat crowd
of all la axpected tomorrow. ' ,
BOB LA F0LLETTE IS '
DETERMINED TO TALK
' (Jonrnal Special Servtce.) , '
, pittaburg, A.f. .' .
dk..i VI T d. lPnllatta Of Wis-
nmiur iwww a.- - - -
consto had a tilt with County Buirln.
tendent ot 8chooU BamttOl Hamilton
a wUan t ths, snssnaktAV rOaltk lO
address ths Alleghany - County School
Teachera association at we rii -
" Thesenator said ho had bean warned
. . . . .... ntitia Ki, k..AOlit aav
what he pleased. Uamllton. who lntrJ
aucea tne mmumii, :
that politics bs ellmlnatsd.. After an ex
change of warm worda the senator be
na an'addreaa on "Repreeentativa Oov-
ernment." Later Hamilton interrupted
La Folletts wtmo na waa ioum
tha Pennsylvania eenatore voted against
smendemants to tha rats. bill, and told
tbe senator mat ne must avop. .- -
The audience Instated that he should
continue, and - FoUette, announced
that hs would finish his address tnthe
. . , m - ... mJt hu, nil..
stree 1 1 ujuh. v . -Fully
l.BOg people folio-wed ths senator
to ths steps of ths Camegls Institute.
where ne coniinuea n "i"ii, iy
hour. .. Ho was repeatedly -cheered and
urged to give a fuller account of ths
votes of ths Pennsylvania senators. ; ;
L0GGED-0FF LANDS 1
' ; v MAKE FINE CROPS
' ' (Special Dlapatcfe e The aearaat. ,
TCaaV. Ana-. 10. Ths value
of logged-of f lands for agrloultural pur
uiu. ta bain a shown In a practical man
ner in ths crops now bslng ralaed by a
a ai Vi l 1 . a44la.M aaw W A 1 t-kSa T SMI
last year on lands about a mil back
from the Wlahkah river, on what wouia
be called second banoh lands in the
Samples of grains and clover,, ths
.at. . a. !. ea-seM, Kaa WS1 - lLnfl.
are now on exhibition. All of ths, oats
straw runs rrom rour to imr auv
. a . .ls.t eVaall BtiaaaaH an" a4f Sa-naSI
nail ree ions, wuu iu v
pusneis to u . J.""V', j
if anything, too rant The clover and
T i sftHa t lea .has arssrisiml IrOe
turnips in-. v is me
preelon that the land haa to he under
r ... . . . 1 . fA" It
cultivation ior avi. ,
comes Into full bearing, but these sam
pies wouia iniuisi. i iitrt
ditch and no wtaer haa been , applied
-which havs been ampls to produce fins
crops. - . - - :i .
WOULD; CONSENT TO '
. ' GO TO CONGRESS
" - (Special DUoatch te Tba JearaaO
. mv mia. Wash.. Aug. 10. T. D. Bock
wall, prealdent of the stats board of
tax commissioners, haa .not yet decided
whether or not hs will bs a candidate
for oon grass to succeed ' Weaiey .
' " ,r ,k. ...ton, W.itiln.tnil dls-
auiiva in .i." --
trlct next yesr.. Mr. Rockwell returned
yesterday from an official trip to opo
kane, and while ha- admitted that ha
expected to consider ths matter of con
gressional honors before ths time of
the next primaries, ha did not care to
indicate ilia . praaaii iiuohhuuw
Others in eaatern Waahington, how-
.nn.. a think tha nr.n.nt . not
too early to get into Oia fight The
moat aggresalva candidate, so far, - la
W. H. Ludden. a leading attorney of
Bpokane, who recently aerved four yeara
Mr. Ludden waa a member of tha house
of repreaentauvee in ins tva irni
tura and waa ona fit tha managers of
John L. Wilson's succesaful senatorial
Candidate of ths Wilson followers In, -his
proapectiva oongreBeiunat iium.ui,
however. ' '
THREE HUNDRED ARE
" LOST IN JAP FIRE
flaaraal Soeetil "arrlee.l
Toklo, Aug. 10. Three hundred Uvea
were lost in Monday's firs at Hakodate,
when a building collapsed because
floods had waahsd out Its foundation.
Ths fire spread to the huts of work
ing people in the vicinity. Nearly 80,000
Deoole within tha boundarlea of Toklo
are homeless aa a reault of tha flood.
4 - (Journal Special Service.)
S Oyster Bay, Aug. 10. Presl-
4 dent Roosevelt annonnoedV this
4 afternoon through Secretary
4 Garfield that ths administration
will make no further effort to '
4' aecure Joint statehood for Art- '
4 Bona and New Mexico. "Ths!
4 verdict of ths people," said Sao-
4 rotary Oarfleld, "will bs regard-'
ad as final."
Collision on . ths Hllnoia
Interurban at Mattoon
Causes Terrible Loss : of
LifeFifteen of forty In
jured May Die. .
'."'... ' ,.-. - .
(Rpaetat Dlepatcb te Tse JMraal)
' Charleston, 111., Aug. 10. Nine per
sons were killed and from 10 to 40
seriously Injured, II of whom are ex
pected to dls. In a wreck on the Mattoon
Interurban, one mils from this elty, at
noon today, . ' ,' " t ."
Ths wreck occurred oa a sharp ottrvs.
A passenger csr with a trailer cblltded
head-on with an express car. ' : Both
wars going to miles an hoar. Ths oar
waa loaded with passengers boOnd'foc
ths county fair at Mattoon,
Tha dead are: ,
Thomas Wakelev. William Nelson Si.
his t-year-old eon. JEtaymond Cole, aae
4; Hurley Cole, ag 8: liack Van !.
venter: Edward Reynolds: Albert nmlthl
W. A. Price. There may be others. . All
named srs residents of- Mattoon.
Charleston or neighboring towns. -
Mattoon. Ill- Aug. 10. Lata resorts
show, that IS were killed outrlaht.. and '
It Is reported eight mors died in. tha
hopaltala; nearly 40 were Injured and
other deatha will follow. The oar steps
were crowded with -paaaengera,
Of thoae on tha atepa only a few es
caped, tha othera being crushed under
tha debris.- Tha expreee oar was trying
to make a switch Just paaaad by the
Bjasvu vi vawt 7 . '
SUDDENLY AT HOME
' Phil 7. Rogoway. well known In local
political circles and ths proprietor of
barber ahops in ths Marquam building
and adjoining tha Title Guarantee
Trust company, died at 1 o'clock this aft
ernoon Mr. Roroway was apparently
In - good health this morning, spending
ths day In hla Marquam building shop.
He went to hie home at 170 Flftn street,
for lunch and died while thers.
- Rogowsy has mingled much In "du
ties, serving ons term as llcenss col
lector. Ha managed Senator Mulkey's
short-term campaign. ' Hs waa a Rs-publlcan.-
. , , . v, u
EUGENE WANTS FIRE :. ;
l , ' . . , in n '....
(Bpeeial Dispatch .to Tbe JoeraaL) "
Kuaene. Or- Aug. 10. Ths local firs-
men and ths commercial ' bodies are
working to secure the 180 convention
of the Paclgo Cosst Flro Chiefs' aaso-
lation for )gene. W. C Yoran," chief
Of the local department, wm sttean mis
year'a. convention at .Centralis. Waah
ington. which will be held September
10-18, and he will boost Eugene fr ths
next meeting. Tha Merchants' Pro
tective association, ins commercial ciuo
and the board of flro delegates havs all
indorsed ths movement to secure ths
TmrW A TRTTATir PAUrR
; ; VWEST.IN FIFTY-TWO
: 1 - J " :.'.'! ' :
fSpeetal Dlrpatek to' Tba Joernal.) ,
Eugene, Or.. Aug. tO-John A, Ishara,
an early Oregon pioneer. was burled
bars 1 yeatarday afternoon. Hs died
Wednesday at tha ag of (I years. Hs
was born In Illinois and crossed ths
plains with his parents in 1862, driving
sn ox team all ths way, although hs
wss only : T years old. lie resided in
Marlon oounty till hs was 21 yeara old,
when hs was., married to Cynthia J.
York, who died hers six years ago.
After his marriage Mr. Ishara cams to
Lane county and lived hers until IS 8,
when he removed to Crook oounty. Hs
had been spending soms tlms In Eugene
before -his death. He leaves nine onll-
. j,i... .M. . K. .,..a.
Ui C U in U111.1WII I'm,. v fcuv m t.
TO DREDGE' COWLITZ ,
RIVER BELOW KELSO
(Special Dtspateh te The Josrsal. ,
Kelso, Wash.. Ang.-10 Ths Cowlrtn
river below Kslso will In all probability
bs dredged by Albert Burcham of Kelso
with hla newly patented dredge. Colonel
Roeaaler and David B. Ogden of Port
land were at Castls Rock on a trip of
inspection ths first of tha week and
were much pleaaed with ths prograaa
Mr. Burcham bas made there with ths
dredge. Ths work on ths npper river
will not exhaust tha government appro
prlatlon and Mr, Burcham expects ; l
to receive orders to begin worksFihs
lower river. Hs will cut a channel SO
feet wide and as deep aa tha appropria
tion wiU permit. ' . , ,
M. WISE TO IiEARN & i
.TO. OBEY THE LAW
M. Wise, ths saloonman'at Blghfh and
'Ollsan strsets who Was . arrested last
Sunday by Patrolmen Lorfleld and Well
brook for selling liquor on Sunday, was
before Judge Strode in ths polios court
this morning and fined $25. Wles whan
arraated waa found to bo In poase salon
of a vails containing a number of bot
tles of beer, which ne was dispensing
to pedestrians In violation of ths law.
Hs sntored a plea of not guilty today,
but .the evidence adduced by ths state
iwae conclualve. " -
It waa only two weeks ago that wis
was taken Into custody for kseplng nls
resort open on ths Sabbath and was
fined 1 by Judge Cameron.
IRISHMEN PLAN T0 4
(Joaraal 8pac1l garvlra.)
Dublin, Aug. 80. Tha national oonn
cll of tha Sinn Fein, a society orgaiv
lied to advocate Irish home ruls, began
a convention today to consider th wltn
drawal of tba Irian representatives frptt I
parliament and establishing an Irish
parliament In Dublin without British
consent. Also the revival of Iriah . In
dustries and boyootung of everything
English. . . y ',
GANG OF BURGLARS'
AT THE DALLES
Tne vanes, ur.. u.
isaa laai mini aim --
lary were atolen. What tlma the burglar
entered the house is not known, but
Mrs. Groundwater found the things
gone and a window open where he
gained entrance. . Thla la the fifth,
burglary within a few daya. A gang
of patty th levee is svIdenUy operating
In thla olty. . , . '