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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, - SATURDAY . EVENING. AUGUST 31, 1C07.
LOUIS GLASS CONVICTED
nr nhinimn nnnrmionn
Vice-President and General Manager of Pacific Tele-
phone and Telegraph Company Will Be Sentenced
Dy J uuge Lawior s exr v eanesaay. -,
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SUIT FOR EAGLE
; LTIU DHIE
Rich" Copper Property' Tied
Up, Following Sale for
. Large Sum. , ;
TWO SALES ALLEGED
STILL BACK OF THAT
Charles IIms Says John Scheck Sold
to Him a Fourth, C. O. Cox a IUU
and to Others All,' and These Oth
ers practiced Fraud.
' ' ' - (Josraal gsedal Service.) '
San Francisco, Aug, 11. Convicted of
bribery of Supervisor "Lonergan,Louls
. Qlsss, vice-president and general mm
, agar of ths Pacific Telephone Tele
. sraph company, will be sentenced - by
wiwior nwxi weaneraay. ins
, jury deliberated but It mlnutna on the
j evidence In the case l&at nlKht before
returnlns; a verdict of vuilty .acainst
Glaaa. ...... -'
, Glase was sccused and convicted of
' bribing- supervisors of the city of Sen
. Francisco to vots against the franchise
, applied for by th Home Telephone com
pany. The refusal of Vice-President
Zlmmer to testify 'In- the first trial re
sulted In a dlsHKfeement of the jury.
Zlmmer again refused to testify In the
second trial, but the Jury believed Glass
to be rul'ty and returned a verdict
Francis J. Heney, assistant district
attorney, made the closing- argument
for the prosecution and dwelt upon the
evil deeds of corporations for an hour
and a half ' He condemned the cor-
Dorat Interests far their modern oieth.
ods of business and declared that they
were underlining the government.
'T. C. Coogan for the defense spoke
tor two nours, noioing mat mere was
utter lack of evidence to show the guilt
oi uiass. . .
OE COMING WEEK
Chief Aides to , President
Will 'Return to Quarters
at Washington. V
(Jearaal tpeetal .Vmci.) - : -Washington,
Aug. II. The day which
labor takes unto herself ss s national
noiioay uw mams ui ena or the vaca
tion season and the resumption of so
tivlty after the usual dullness of the
dog days. Though the president will
- tarry at Oyster bay a short time longer
the coming week will find ths most of
his chief aides returning to Washington
Sreparea ror work. Postmaster General
. Iyer and Secretaries Straus, Cortelyoa
and Bonaparte are expected at their
desks, and fUnnitarv .A 1
the Pacific coast some time during the
condltlbn of health of Secretary Boot
will force him to remain away - yet
awhile, and K.nr.t. -w m r J
greater part of the week In Tellowatona
"" resuming nis westward
first testlmnnv.. In . Ik.
2i,en?Vu,IjOUI" "uU to dissolve the
vi company ana Kindred Com
panlea, ob the around that they const)-
r.u' WV' ukn ln New York
city next Tuesday. . . ,
frptr": Is to hold Its first direct
K k fnf,5ctlon '""Way. The officea
to be filled are tho.e of judge of the
Hn5rrT;.nf 0UXJ' .t"""1' oommlsslone"
and regents of the- state university
Buffalo will dedicate a monument of
H.tirth,il,nt McK,nUy Thurs!
day and on the same day a bronse tablet
peptemoer is a month of state fairs
C STOMACH iP
"'A t . r-Ja,
If you expect to' get the
full measure of enjoym.ent
ouot life you must hrst see
nat the stomach and digest
ive organs are. kept strong
and healthy by using ; the
Bitten. It cures Poor' Ap
petite, Dyspepsia, Indiges
tion, Constipation, General
Weakness, Insomnia or
snd conventional Durlna the week the
annual state fairs will be In progress In
Micnigan, Minnesota ana unio. j. ne im
portant conventions to be held during
the week include those of the National
Irrigation congress at Sacramento, the
raternai uraer or eagles at tne James
town exposition, the national Associa
tion of I-etter Carriers at Canton, Ohio,
the National Firemen's, association at
Oklahoma City, and the meeting of the
executive committee of the Southern
Cotton association at Jackson. Missis
sippi.. , ..'j r , , ..';
CHAMPION DRINKERS "
: ND SMOKERS FOUND
(Btwdit Dtooatek . ts Tbi JeamaLt
. Tacoma, Wash., Aug. II Internal
Revenue Collector B. D. . Crocker has
collected data' convicting the. people of
Washington of being ths most lavish
whisky drinkers ; and tobacco users of
the Padflo coast Ths Internal revenue
collections for this state for the fiscal
year ending June SO amounted to 1,04(,-
z3.z, -me sum representing me gov
ernment tax on whisky and tobacco.
. "These figures. " said he today, "are
enormous as compared with the internal
revenue collections of some of the other
states. For Instance, our collections on
whisky and tobacco were more than the
collections on theae articles In Colorado
Wyoming. Kanaas, Indian territory and
Oklahoma combined. With the possible
exceptions of California and Nevada,
which, being wine producers, are in a
class by themselves, our collections sre
far more than any other state ln the
s Crocker's . comparative statement of
the collections In the western , states
follows: ... j
Washington . . . . . . s . . .', .1 . ,$l,04.m.J
Colorado and Wyomlnr. .
Kansaa, Indian Territory
Montana Idaho and Utah,.
New Mexico and Arlsona...
North and South Dakota...
.FATit IN SEPTEMBER
(RperUI Itpatch te Tks JesroaL)' '. ', '.
Prlnevllle,, Or., Aug.', 11. The Des
chutes. .Valley Fair association ,1s mak
ing arrangements -for a fair at Red
mond J to open September 10 and con
tinu4r"thTee days. ",:
Prhfessiir F. It. Kant of the Oregon
exnerhpenr station at Cor vail Is will
addresrt-ae fafmers'- Inntltuts that will
be held at the fair grounds September
20. The Institute will be one of the
leading educational, features of the
fair and will be devoted to the interests
of the farmers ln general, with special
stress on the particular klnda of farm
ing In this immediate section ef the
country and to poultry culture snd
The placing and arrangement of ex
hibit will be the most important part
of Thursday's work, while the two days
following win be given to horse racing,
baseball and other minor attractions.
Besides the contributions of the cltl
sens, the D. I. A P. company has given
the association. 11.000 to help pay the
rremiums and insure 4he success of'
he enterprise. , j . - .
Idaho Man Beaten and Robbed.
("perlal DliMtcB te The JoersaU
Bolae, Ida., Aug. II. James Robeson,!
a farmer from near Idaho Falls, was
assaulted and robbed by a Spaniard who
goes by the name of Franklin, )ust
shove the city yeeterday, losing 1100.
Wounded and bleerflng. he waa-plrked
up by an officer and taken to the police
etHtl'in, where he told about the affnlr.
The Spaniard has left the city, but will
no rtnuht be apprehended. It Is said that
a woman, onre Knheson'a wife, was in
some nay connected with the affair.
. (Special Dispatch te The JonraaL)
Baker City. Or.. A&g. II. The title
of the property of the Eagle Mountain
Mining company Is In litigation. A suit
hss been filed in the circuit court ln
which Charles. Haas is plaintiff and C
C Cox. W. Henry Harris and the Eagle
Mountain Copper Mining company are
defendants. . , '
Haas alleges ss follows: On October
4. 1104. John Scheck, for 1260, madeia
deed to the plaintiff conveying a one.
fourth undivided Interest to the quarts
mining, claim. Red Bell No. I, sltusted
In what Is known as the Goose Creek
ai.l. ..I . . . Ik a a Dnli.ri
City. The deed waa duly recorded and
the plaintiff claims he has been the
owner of aald Interest ever since and
hss performed the necessary work on
On October l. isos. the same John
Scheck executed a aultclslm deed In
favor of C. C. Cox to an undivided half
interest ln the Red Bell No. S. In re
turn Cox wss to furnish Scheck with
the necessary supplies and tools for per
forming the ennual development work,
but failed to keep his part of the agree
ment, thus invalidating the doed.
obeek Sells Tit Again.
On-December I, 1801, Scheck deeded
to Jeff.'. Packwood and Edith W. Hyde
his right and title to the Red Bell No. S,
along with other mining claims. At the
time of this transfer Packwood and
Hyde had full knowledge that the plain
tiff was an Owner of an undivided one
fourth Interest ln the claim. Packwood
and Hyde were to secure from Cox a
reconveyance of the property and t.ien
find a suitable purchaser, the proceeds
to be divided equally between Packwood,
Hyde and Scheck. The plaintiff alleges
that Packwood and Hyde made misrep
resentations to Scheck for the purpose
of defrauding him and the plaintiff out
of the property In question. The prop
erty wss conveyed to C C Cox. who
sold It to W. Henry Harris for f ISO.000.
and Harris In turn sold it to the Eagle
Mountain Copper Mining company, of
which he Is president.
The property In queatlon is one of the
richest copper properties In eastern Ore
gon and-Is being widely exploited In the
east by the Eagle Mountain Copper Min
ing company. Harris s a wealthy busi
ness man of Indianapolis, and there -is
no queethmef the mine 'being a rloh
The placing ef the nrooerty In mira
tion was a great Surprise to the people
of this city, es every one thought the
company's title wss perfect, or It would
not have paid such a price for the mine.
Hart It Nichols are attorneys for the
plaintiff. . ,
SECOND POTLATCH m
3 Miles to
. A- .
OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS AND (SUNDAYS
10 Minute Or
Is Knocking at Your Door!
' 1 ;
Stands high, dry and sightly, in sandy loam soil northeast of Mt. Tabor, only SyZ miles from
city postoffice, with Bull Run water now on the tract; graded streets and a rapid 10-minute
car service. NOW OR NEVER HERE'S YOUR CHANCE to secure valuable city lots hv
a most desirable locality at lower prices than any other available lots even far beyond Kath-"
erine Addition. . -. .V. ; ." ' ,; :
Present it or A l ttr A A Easy Moni
Price Cp&JU IU 4) JUU Payments
RFMFMRFRThe buiIding of Mt. Hood road will greatly increase the value of KATHER-lla-iilLIIIUa.il
ijj Addition, and jt behooves you to respond quickly to this grand chance
Teforehprjces advancer Office open evenings and Sundays. Come in tonight, Sunday or
Sunday night and talk it over. We will arrange terms to suit Vou. It's worth while. Don't
ignore these exceptional bargains the best bargains ever offered in Portland lots. The ity is
expanding rapidly and KATHERINE Addition will be right close in in a couple of years
hence. Money put in Katherine lots wjl'be the best investment you ever made. It will pay
100 per cent in a short time. Why keepf money In the bank? Procrastination is the greaTarch
thief of time. Don't put it off. Come in and see us NOW, before the choicest of the lots are
picked up. V-.".,V ' ': ':
the curtiss Company
Pennsylvania Capitalists 8fe-
c,ure Enormws Tract "
of White Pine.
: 309 ABINGT0N BUILDING
Third Street,. Between Washington and Stark
PHONES. MAIN 699. A 2699
. (Special Dispatch ta Tk JoaraaLi '
" Lewlston. Idaho, Aug", tl. As a result
f ths visit to ths Lswlston country of j
11 i-ennsyivaijia capitalists inis wm ,
it la probabls that upward of 11,000,000 ,
wIlL bs axpandod in ths davelopmsnt ofi
ths vast timber resources of ths Crals;
Mountain district, 21 miles from this
city. . An option has beeifsecured on
00,000 seres of ths finest pine in central
Idaho, and ths erection of an enormous
aawmlll will be beffun immediately.
The eastern man arrived In Iewlatan
August if n a private Pullman and
left for the Crals Mountain aectlon-ln,-l
mediately. Absolute secrecy was main-,
talned as to the personnel of the party, ;
but the members promised to reveal .
their names on their return. I
"We have an option on thls'bls; tract I
Of pine," said Attorney Alphonsus Walsh '
of Dushore, Pennsylvania, the party's i
spokesman, "and will erect a mill df
large capacity and construct logirins;
roads The mill will be installed with- !
in a short time, snd by ths time of i
its completion It Is likely ths Northern :
Paclfio will have constructed the short'
section of line - from Vollmer to ouri
mill sits. It wilt be but eight miles. !
"Our Initial expenditure will be well I
toward the 11,000,000 mark." j
The party was brought from the east j
to Lewlston by Domlnlck Cameron, one ,
of the most widely known Timber men ,
in the west, and came under the guid
ance of W. C. Hammer of Philadelphia,;
president 01 me nonnweiwrn LAimDer
company, recently organised to work In
Idaho. The members of the party were:
W. C. Hammer, Congressman John O.
McHenry, George B. Hummer, lumber
man; W. O. Van Kuren, lumberman;
Oeorge A. Marr, Dr. A. D. Thomas, capi
talist; Alphonsus Walsh, attorney; J. L.
Reese, merchant; William Chrlaman, at
torney; N. A. Wells, lumberman; E. B.
Dorsett, banker; M. T), Bearer, banker:
D. Z. Mensh, banker; B. T. Frets, banker;
B. F. Reflltne, lumberman; U A. Burnett,
Jerome neon, lumnermen; r ti. Kohl
braker. coal operator: VJB. Sheeder.
mercnanu - - .
CAUSE OriE-TtHRD OF
THE TOTAL DEATHS.
. When the Kidneys fail to perform their functions properly by not straining out the poison
ous waste matter from the blood as if passes through them, the poisons are carried by the
circulation to every part of the body, deranging the different organs. This causes . heart
trouble, stomach trouble, sluggish liver and a host of other ills, all due to deranged Kidneys.
corrects iiregularities and cures Kidney and Bladder diseases in every form, tones up the
whole system, and the diseases tnat nave
resulted from disordered Kidneys disappear,
because the cause has been removed. Com
mence taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
at the first sign of danger. ' Do not risk
having Bright's Disease or Diabetes.
CURED OF BRIaHTS DISEASE.
Mr. Kosert O. Barks, Btnora. Saratsca Co., N. T., wrltoei I am glad te have as erner-
ef telling whit aaafoincsat rtMlu l aave naa mm mu r uia i a uun.i
after having triad oth.r asVertlssd sasdidDse sad asveral phyaiciaas. Before I smbs
it 1 had to gat up from it te as times each night to relieve mf blstfder. I wss all bloated up
with dropsy and my eyesight wss se Impaired that I too Id scarcely aee eoe el my family
serosa the reem. la fact. ! was so badly need op that I had gtvea up hose ef living wheal
waa erged by a (Hand to try FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. Oaa je-cent settle worked woe
dare, and before I had takea the third sort I. ths superfluous flesh had gone, es well as all
ether symptoms ef Kidney trouble. My friends were eurprised thst I was cured, as tbey
all kMihl I w nu n tn St.
the asms of the wonderful mediclae that eured me ef Bright' Disease, aad set one that .
has tried It haa failed to be eeaenttod.
Save seme ene centos from aailee eway to leara
Two GIzos, CO Cents end $1.00
Z SOLD m RECOEKDED BY Z
THIRD DISTRICT FAIR
. TO BE BEST EVER
S. ,8peclal Dispatch - to Tha Joara.1.)
Pendleton, Or., Aug. tl. Elaborate
preparations are now under way by ths
third district fair . commission for ths
big district fair, which will be held In
Pendleton during the last week of Sep
tember. Hands snd speakers, the beat that can
bd sectired In the Inland empire, will be
here for this occasion, snd it is the
desire of the commission and all Inter
ested In She matter to make this the
best district fair ever held In eaatern
Oregon. Alt towns In Umatilla and
Morrow counties sre now arranging
great exhibits of all -fruits, vegetables
and grains that- are raised. The stock
exhibit promises to be ons of ths best
ever seen here. -
Thursday, Septembesa. It, has been
designated aa Elks' dsy, which will be
one nt the features of the week.
-ThS fair pavillnn will be made oon
slderahly larger than It waa laat year
and many, other Improvements will bs
A Talaabls X-esses.
' -Big years ago I learned a veluahlt
lesson," writes John Pleasant of Magno
lia, Ind. "I then began taking Dr.
King's New 1,1 fe Pills, and the longer I
take them tha better I find them." They
please everybody. Guaranteed at Ked
Cross Pharmacy. 36a,
HONORED PIONEER ;
' JDIES AT ESTACADA
ISoeeHt Dbwstea to The learaaL)
Estaoada, Or., Aug. tl. William Bee
son, formerly of Highland, this county,
died here Thursday, aged Tt years. He
waa born In Wayne county, Indiana,
June 26, - 18St. and there he grew to
manhood. In lfi&S he removed to Iowa
later going to Illinois, where he met and
married Miss Margaret Imel. Shortly
after their marriage they removed sgaln
to Iowa, and In March, 18t, they
crossed the plains with ox teams, arriv
ing In Clackamas county in October of
the same year. There were born to thla
couple nine children, five of whom, with
their mother, survive. They are James
Iteeson of Shubel, Mrs. Mary Harden
brdok Of LaCamas, Washington, Mrs.
Fxrsh lmel of Boring. Miss Minnie
Trsylor of Elkton and Mrs. Clara May
field of Rstacada. He also leaves It
grandchildren and three great-grandchll-dren.
The funeral waa held from the
home of hia daughter, Mrs. Msyflel
Friday morning, interment being
cxrumx nr' ranr
never cry as do children who srs suf
fering from hunger. Such is ths cause
of all babies who cry snd are treated for
sickness, when they really are Buffering
from hunger. - Thla la cauaed from their
food not being sssimllsted, but devoured
by worme, A few doaes of Whtte'a
Cream Vermifuge will cause them to
eeaae crying snd begin to thrive at
once. Give it a trial. Sold by all drug-lata
A DAKKENED TOWN
fsoeclal Dtsaatc to Tke JoeraaLI
Centralis, Wash - Aug. tl. Ths city
counoll will receive bids on September
for furnishing ths city with electrics
lights. Tha city has had no street
lights for over two months and present
conditions at tha plant now In opera
tion indicate that before long there will
do no iignts or any Kind. The epecin
cations for the franchise demand that
the successful bidder must furnish the
power within 0 days after ths bid Is
At present thers srs three local eon-
cerna in tne city that could furnish the
required power snd the. councllmen
thing, tnst if ons or these concern
gets the contract Centralis will have
Hants again before the rainy weather
eeia in. .--
CALVIN II. ADAMS
DIES AT HILLSB0R0
(Special Plaeetca to The Journal t
Hlllsboro. Or.. A us. 11. -4'artn H.
Adama. for a long time a resident of
this city, an" old pioneer 17 yeara of age,
died at his home here yeaterday from
a stroke or paralysis. His wife, several
children and s brother survive him.
Mrs. Tongue's House Bunted.
iHpeeUt ' PLpafb to The lournet.)
Hlllsboro. Or.. Aug.. 11. The residence
of Mrs. Tongue, widow of the late An
thony Tonguer on the farm l mllos
north of this cltv. waa detroyed bv
fire Thursday. The fire Is supposed to
have started in the moe on lie roof
from sparka. Very few household e(-
3 i t-CfV
f I '. T'
B FROINT A1ND
is sot a
the oriental ivccD n?;:sa
A combination of moat durable Var
nlah. and Stains for Interior Wood
Work, Floors, Furniture, eto,
THE EIC PAINT STO?X
fisher Jhorsen S Co. !:
fects were saved,
Thers was no lnsur-
(Journal Spwl.l Srrlr.)
Portland. Jle., Aug. tl. The It
I ll.lt (. f (Till 11). . t 1 I ,
s ,.f ft, v , , .
' a ..iii.-r t.v 1. ',1. i' j
Baldwin of the supreme
nectlcut on the auM'-'-t '
active loturventl ") I "
the fulf.il-o "t '
its O o s . . i" - '
WI1 111 . T H.