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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, THURSDAY 'EVENING. SEPTEMBER 12, . 1C07.
3Xre lenucred Mammoth E6-
ception bv Citizens of
v .. -
(Saeeial Dlipstch to. The Journal.)
. Klamath Fulls. : Or, Sept. The
excursion from Sacramento Immediately
foUowlns tha lrrlsation conarresa. ar
rived In K In ninth K.lls last MonflHV.
They- were a day late on acuount of a
niau wreca on tne roaa Dill in aeiay
Save them an nnnortunltv to take In tha
trip to tha Klamath bot springs, where
iney apent tha nlKht. ine excursion la
not large but mnkca ui in quality what
It lacka In quantity. , ,
Part of tha Klamath dalegatloH to tha
Irrigation congress accompanied tha
party and they art atlll talking In whis
pers aa they used their volcea atren-
uoualy "boosting" Klamath during tha
congress. The people or tna county
have greeted the excursionists and their
own delegation very enthualaatically,
and they appreciate tha good work dona
at Sacramento and wish the Impreaaiou
to laat in the rase of those who have
come up to sea and prove. - - - '
' uaeaoay tne excursionists ware driven
tMuih tha vallev to tha town of M pr
ill, and were entertained at tha Henley
ranch by J. IX Carroll. Wedneaday they
were the gueata of D. W. Murphy, proj
ect engineer of the Klamath project,
and were ehowrt over the government
worga. Today they hare been tendered
a. trip on the UDner Klamath lake.
The people, of the county feel very
rroud of the trophies brought noma b:
he delegates, and only wish. they ba
made a larger display. i . ,
EVANSiJACK FROM StfENE
(Continued from Page One.)
' here encouraging- me to put hlra where
ha belongs, which 1 purpose doing.
I have, aa many of you know, been
guyeaafiil In. Jiiialafl.bexsCguldI,
afford to. owe thla man a dollar 7 To
" ahow further the depth of hla depravity,
. he eauaed to be tvDewrltten many cop-
t leg of my commitment and aent them.
" to our mends in tnia city and etae
' where, not neglecting my own folka In
' toe old country. ' Can you think of any-
tblng more mallclouaT
' Id conclusion 1 would atate I am not
. lata vmy one ne dbs mmianwi tu
?ose lor aome real or landed event in
be Uvea of the recipient of theae let-
. ten, lor the district attorney. naa in nia
possession. outers. - I am through now
' with interviews. Let reaulta determine.
Friends, you will never know the
: amount of nerve, courage call It what
. you mar that made ma prosecute tnla
. Man. who for vur, h,i been a mall ir-
nant cancer eating out our Uvea. Now
that I bave laid bare the one stain on
' my name, and with the frlenda I hope
I nave, I shall continue to again live
'. down thla blot. With the help and con
' stent eompanlonahlD of one who la the
. peer ox any woman, I Know i win.
- . J. WHYTB EVAN8. ,
nuTrva iiwnira n-iTi.'pg
V . - - '' . . ,. .
TPn;ptcIanOntilnes; Defenaein Extor
uon uw aaa urows euu-casuc.
. i. (Halted Press Leased Wira.l
Los Angeles, CaL. Sept. II. J. Whyte
Evans, against whom a suit ha been
- filed In the superior court on behalf of
five Los .ngelea newspapers to recover
Sl.llt due for - advertising furnished
two years ago, has left hla cuatomary
noteia in Loe Angelas ana uoean ram
' and a process-server baa been . unable
, io vuncr una mm or jearn wnai naa
peeome or the financier, upon prefer
ring orlmlnal charges agalnat Dr. B. J.
Owens, the former president of the
. United Railways or Portland announced
that he would remain In Los Angeles
until the caae had been disposed of.
, The process-server believes Erang is
- BOW speeding toward Portland.
The criminal prosecution of Owens
by Evans, which la baaed upon alleged
extortionate letters. Is answered by
i Owens with a bale of epistles.
A telegram from K vans to ' Owens
tmdui . , .
"Thank Ood. Letter received. Hay
you live a thousand years."
. The doctor had been ill. but wag re
covering. The letters which the doctor will offer
: In evidence to refute Evans charges
. . liv . . 1 1 D Un,iii f U.M. I1VIU VTBF 1 ! I 111
threats to expose the promoter's San
'Quentin record should money not be
. forthcoming extend over a period of
. severs 1 years. Some were written from
St. Louis In 101 and 101, where and
. at which time Evans was president of
'the Tlmi 1 1 m W Btr rnmn, r ThA HnAtn,
. . ....... ....... v.. on a mt muu Ui, hb,
pwans will use In his defenae was gent
him from Portland. Oregon. - A St.
Louis letter saluting Dr. Owens as "My
Dear Doc" and deallnar with K tfm l rm
. of the water company . olosea aa fol
"Doc. you purchase for yourself a
""b ' nnnuiis pres
ent and charn It tn mat" . .
"I purchased the suitcase,1 say" the
doctor, "but so far I am out for his
-present- to me, as ne has never handed
ana the price of the article.
At tha time Dr. , Owena was la Chi
cago, aura, cvnns (Derore that Mr a.
Owens) was also there, hence 'Bvmns
irrota them from St.. Loula:
"1 must ault writing, for the reason
that a charming; girl Is waiting on me
to take her. to. dinner. . Always your
aa me eany pan or 190ft Evans was
in t uiare, . caiirornla. Absence evi
dently had " made the hearts of both
nimseir ana wire. Mm. Minna Hance
wens cvans, grow- lonaer, lor Be wrote
Ilnna loins me In love to you with
lota of love, Jim."
About the date Evans received the
first letter now In evidence as material
for one of the extortion charges pre
ferred agalnat the doctor, he wrote from
Portland an affectionate epistle, with
the salutation, "My dear doc," and clos
ing with, "With beat wishes, yours sin
cerely, Jim," . ' ' . - .
"These show," said the doctor, "how
he loved me. Who could resist suoh an
A EclJ Step.
To overcome tha "ell-grounded kit
reasonable objections of Uio more IntA
Lgent to the use of secret, medicinal com
pounds, Dr. . Y. Pierce, of Buffalo, K
V., some time ago, decided to make a bolt
departure from tha usual course pursuoc
br the makers of put-up medicines for do
tneatlc use, and, so has published broad
cast and orerrry to the whole world, a tuYt
t list of all tha Ingredient'
Kbe cpm position ox his wide!;
jtfllcfiea. Thus he has tak
i Patrons and patients in
bts full cCnUence. Thus too he bas
movetMilsmedlclRes front among secrc'
nostrrns of doubtful merits, and mart
ihembiiCTitctilca of Known Compoattiun.
Jj this bold. stf t) nr, Pierre has showr
thaOielTiforiiri .i4,fo RnTT)s-t tln-m K
Jb'oI Only Um
of Dr. tlurce's
!ura tiie wrapper of every bottle
' Uoldon lied leal Diacoverr. tht
famous medicine for weak etomarh. torpid
Iverorblliouaneas and ail catarrhal dlaeas-&
wherever locauxi, bave pnntea upon it, rn
plain KnglUli. a full and complete list of all
the lncredlents comDoslnv it. but a small
book baa been com plied from numerous
standard medical works, of all the different
Schools of practice, containing very numer
ous extracts from the writings of leading
practitioners of medlolne, endorsing in U4
nnmgui pomxci urrnt. earn ana every ingre
dient contained in Dr. Fierce' medlclnea
One of theae little bookawlll be mailed fire
to any one sending address on postal card ol
by letter, to Dr. R. V. fierce, Buffalo, N. Y..
and requestlmr the same. From this little
book it will be learned that Dr. Flerce's med
icines contain no alcohol, narcotics, mineral
amenta or other nolsonoue or Injurious aaiit
and that tbey are made from native, medici
nal roots or great value: also that aome ol
the most valuable Ingredients contained to
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription tor weak,
nervous, over-worked, 'run-down. nervous
aad debilitated women, were emDlovad. lonf
years ago, by the Indians for similar aliment
affecting their squaws. In fact, one of tha
most valuable medicinal plants entering lntt
the composition of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription was known to the Indians ar
'SQuaw-weea." our know leave of the use?
of not a few of our most valuable native, me
dicinal plants waa gained from the Indiana
Aa made no by Improved and exact pro
cesses, the 'Favorite Prescription " Is a mof,'
efficient remeuy tor regulating an the wom
anly functions, correcting displacements, a
prolapsus, ant vers Ion and retorversinr
overcoming painful periods, toning or t)
nerves and bringing about a perfect state
healthy Bold by nil dealers La rr-ttilcinea.
DENIES OWING A DOLLAR.
J. Whyte Evans 8ay Hla" Advertls-I
, V, 1 , 1 if . v, . . . 1
his; aaiiia nsie nem raja. . - -Alleged
delinqdent" advertising bills
Mlnlt Mr. RvAnfli In T -n ln..T.a -
said by him to be misrepresentations,
and he aaserta that he does net owe a
dollar, to Hjiybofly-ln Los Angsloa-or
Ocexm Park. - The Ocean Park Even-
1 n .fmiraal tha, rbIw -.an - m . w .. .
. . . n . . w..a umu, ,, ,,111
eltl -, printed a week ago an edttorlai-l
ln wnicn it strongly supported Mr.
Evt and tfltonerated him from blame
in J lie Owena trouble.- '
J owe no man or company of men
In Loe Angeles a dollar," ' said M.
Kvans today when shown the Loa
Angeles dlspntchea. "If I do, and they
are now looking for me to bring sii't,
why did they not say the word while
I waa In Los Angeles for two weeks.
Do you suppone-, that-with sll the pub
licity that waa 'given my affaire there
during that time they could not have
found me to serve their- papers? . -
'When I left Loa Angeles for Port
land I left word at the Alexandria
hotel that anyone who wanted to see
me would find me at home In Portlnn.1.
If ytwre are any delinquent advertising
TJrTS, and I do not, bellqve there are,
Kbay are against corporations of which
i-we eeal eiHI nm asorata,rytanjl are
not In any manner peraonal to me." '
Mr.' Evani In conducting his Port
land btialnena l an extensive -advertiser,
and among the newspapers here
his record for prompt payment Is good.
Tlie Inst Wlironsln legislature deci
ded to piece before the people a propo
Rltlnn to decide by popular vote whether
they will have a state printing plant of
their own, eni tl o printers are aotlve
In behalf of the new plan, ,
CAPTURED ON BORDER
.,. .. , . -. ,.. i A
E. W Moore Brought Back
to Los Angeles to An
: swer Charge of Theft. .
. (Padfle Obaat Pnsa Leased Wire.)
Los Angelaa, Cal , Sept. 11. BL W.
Moore, a Jeweler salesman for a Los
Angeles firm, captured on" the Mexican
border after a long chase, waa brought
to Loa Angeles last night Moore is
charged with stealing 110,600 worth of
dlamonda and Jewelry from the com
pany. Part of the Jewelry, amounting
iu fi.vuv, was recoverea. -,
WABDEN-KINCAID r :
: DESIGNS POSITION
: (Special- Dtagatvh to The Joornal.)
Walla Walla, Wash Sept. 11. -Con
siderable surpiisa waa occasioned 1n po
litical olroles lata yesterday afternoon
wnen- it was announced tnat warden
iunoaia oz tne state penitentiary bad re
signed to become assistant aunarlntend.
ent of Jim Hill's north bank road. War-
oen Kincaid confirmed tbe rumor, say
log that he almply. made the change t
better his position financially, his new
salary being 1100 per month. Mr. Kin.
cald Is an old railroad man, having
started as a wiper, then being promoted
u rirvmsn ana later to engineer.
Xincald waa appointed warden of tha
penitentiary a year ago and has proven
one of the most efficient officials aver
at tne head of tha Institution. Numer
ous rerorms and improvements have
been effected during his administration.
Considerable, speculation is being In
dulged In aa to who will be idncaid's
SHINGLE MILL OPENS
-AT CASTLE ROCK
(Special Dispatch te ' The ToaraaL)
Caatle Rock. Wash.. Bent. It. Tha
Black Diamond Shingle Mill company's
piani, wmcn was aeatroyea oy tne riooa
last November, Is now rebuilt and com
pleted. The mill has been ready for
work for a week or more, but on ac
count of conalderabla-difficulty la -obtaining
filers and knot-aawera. did not
commence operations until yeaterday.
About 1,100 corda of bolta are now In
the boom at thla place and a drive of
1,000 cords from the Toutle river Is ex
pected about October 10. The capacity
s V. la an AAA at AAA
per day. It employs li men, and 'the J
mnnthlv navrnll 1 - HfM K , - th..1
1 1,000. 'Every equipment and appliance
in and about the plant is new and up-to-date
and the build Inge are Illuminated
by electricity, furnished oy the com
pany's own electric plant which la run
In connection with the mill. t .
P0WEB COMPANY'S r
r' PLANT COMPLETED
(psdar Dlspstrk ts ne JearaaL)
Caatle Rock. Waah Sept. 11. The
works of ths St Helens. Oregon, Mill A
Power company at Spirit Lake Is being
rapidly puahed forward. A a-ood nart
of tha ditching Is done and the pen
stock. Is completed. - The crews have
made a good showing for their three
months' bard work. ' '
Tbe opposing forces, under the' leader
ship of br. R: W. Coe of-Pbrtland, have
constructed a temporary dam above the
St. Helens, Oregon. Mill St Power com
pany's flume, and have shut off for the
time being the water aupply. The latter
company as. however, secured the gov
ernment rights to the water -power of
tha Spirit lake waters. The company's
sawmill Is rapidly nearlng completion.-
M an MWMH-MMMMMMBM
; To Ad vertla Union, Count.
'' (Rpeetal Dtonatefe to'Tte Iraraal.) "
- La Urande. Or, Sept. 11. The Orand
Ronda Boosters' - club haa Just laaued
a four-pare Illustrated newspaper de
acrlntlve of Union county. One of these
editions win be handed to every peraon
visiting tne exniDition nan rrom tne
trains. The tlluatrattpns cover practi
cally every line of lnduatry In the
county. In addition to the original 10,-
ooo, over s.ooo additional copies nave
been subscribed by aeveral Individual
real' estate firms,, making in all 16.U00
,,- .. . .. .
, '-. Try well-mada , .i.
10 days, In place of cofTee, and
1 i -
you'll Irnow. ' ;
There's a Rtasois'
October Delineator 15c, La Vida, Nemo. Smart Set C. B. a la Spirite, M. Be Corset j
ILxtra Sjiecial-rriday Only-E,xtra Special
$6 Ostrich Flumes $3.1P
These Magnificent : Ostrich Plumes
rwhich are to be sold Friday at the un-
heard of low price of $3.19 are the most ,
remarkable values ever offered by this
or any other Portland store. They were
ordered from a New York importer
eight months ago, just before the sharp
advance in Ostrich Plumes to nearly
double former prices the reason for.
this extraordinary sale. . Each plume is
of selected male stock, ranging from 15
tn 10 inrlitss Inner un'tri full UnA h'tM anrl
; tlf b" r7 i in MJ wlllU
perfect throughout, Everjr one of the
' new colors is reoresented. also black and
, i , 7
white. Regular $6.00 yal- fi r
ues. for Friday Sale. . . . . .tfjjTjL
7 ' See Window Display. ' , ' r 7
One Thousand Silk Petticoats
Regular $8.00 Value $4.87
Special for Friday Bargain Day we offer 1,000 Silk Petticoats,
made of a superb extra heavy taffeta silk, in black, navy, green,
champagne, red, Ught gray and changeable browns. Each gar
ment is made extra full, with a deep tucked flounce and ruffle with
a fancy beading and a durable mercerized under ruffle to protect
the silky In every way a
superb Petticoat, made
to sell regularly for $3.
Sale, only $4.0
Mall and prion
orders filled. None
' ' gent on approvmL
, Your attention la
invited to tha su
perb display ' of
New Suits, New
1 V costs, etc. N o
7; :7 V - MJ vfvV
t' Jl flu . tl VSZa-Jl 1 17 1 1 U
v 1 v - , ? it ,-
goods ; hers.
: 75c Wool Waistings 25c
Only' about 250 yards of these pretty wool Walsdnt.
good designs, very seaaonable- now. Regular 75c values;
odd pieces to closed out. Friday Bargain - Ofjr
50c Scarfs and Squares 25c i
Hemstitched Scarfs and oVruares, with fancy drawn work;
Sonares 30x30 inches; Scarfs 18x50 inches. : Very pretty
effects; regular 30c values, special for Friday ' OCm
Bargain Day at M
35c Brocade Waisthtg 19c
These Whits Brocaded Waistings will be much' used for
fall and winter wear. Neat designs, soft finish. -- 1 0
Regular 35c values, Friday sals .....1C
iery 25c Pair
100 dozen' pain of the famous "Onyx" brand Women!
black cotton Stockings, -the beat stocking of its kind in
America, and the beat value' at its regular price of 35c
For Friday Sale we offer theae 85c values v OC
for the first time at . . . . ; . . .... . . . ....... OC
v 35c to 75c Vals.
17c per Yard
Friday only, while it lasts, we" offer
4,000: yards of Tuxeda Veiling,- in
round and square mean, all perfect
and new veiling, no old 1 patterns.
Colors black, white, red, brown,
black and white, navy, , gray, etc
Regular 85c to 75c values, 1 "T
75c-$1.25 New Kid Belts at 50c
$1.25 Tluf fy Ruf flesM Belts 75c
New white, brown and black Kid Belts, with new
75c, $1.00 and $15 values, all on sale at one -
The very latesr "Fluffy' Ruffles" Belts in tan,
white and black; -$1.25 values, special for . . ,
Friday sale .......
'New Tailor made Leather Belts, all new colors,
tan and black; 'regular 75c, and $1.00 values on
rndayr sale at
$1.75-$2;00 Bags and Purses $1.00
$2;00-$2.25 Leather Bags $1.25
Special for Friday Bargain
Day we offer ISO new Car
riage, Vanity, Langtoa and
back strsp Ladies' Bags and
Purses,' in brown, green, tan
and black; regular $1.75 and
$2.00 values on -v. (f Af
sale at i....i7...iI.UU
St Regis,- Carriage, j Fluffy
Ruffles and Vanity Bags, in
brown, black and tan leather,
great variety - of designs to
select from; ' regular $2.00
.-J Hll . 1 . V m
suits Tuun ri
- for ....,-...........l.ZO
Vanity Bags, fitted with puff
and mirror; regular $1.00 and
$15 values," on ' " ?C
sals Friday at ........ UDC
J-inch Taffeta Ribbon
Reg. 30c Vals. 17c Yd.
Friday we offer 7,000 yards of 5-inch
r Taffeta Ribbon,- good heavy qualityr
in all colors. Sold everywhere at 30c
a yard., Special for Friday fg'
Bargain Day at .............. 1 C
:: '"- , , ..
Reg. 39c Values at 21c
Prettiest white embroidered Women's
Turnover Collars, in a variety of new
and desirable designs; regular 39c,
values, for Friday Of -
als . . . . . ....... . . . . . ,.r..M..IC
Women's Handk'chief s
Regular 20c Values 12c
100 doten Women's Handkerchiefs in
the smart crossbar effects, hem
stitched and embroidered with all
initials; regular 20c., AO
values, at -. . . 1 fa2C
50c Rubber Gloves 39c
I0s Rubber Glovss. for houaework. ar
a and ssaarsi ass, .j , iar
SI. OS -ot rouirtala Brrlng
tarae nam ruoDr pipas
t-dt Hot Water Bottlaa, soft. r
pllabl. rubber, apetjlal
J -lt roufttam ByMnsa. tar : snr-
irA mkhar nlnaal ... ......'vv
V F .bra's Toilet Watsr, 48. .
16 Cosmo Buttsrmllk Soap, . i f.
1 boaos for
te CaaUle Soap, oaka, only........ .24.
So Fairy Soap, eaka, oaly...;.....,
iVlol.t Witch Haasi. Turkish Bath and
Qlyearino Soap, .... ..-i ..
ISO Lars slss Sponaras, sach By
160 Bplro Pardplratlon Powdar ...17
lo Borate Talonm Powdar, can... 44
ISO Saranadown Faeo Powdar, box . yi
. 1 00 and tto French Tooth Brusb.s,10
Men's Underwear 73c
100 doten Men's medium weight gray
merino Undershirts and - Drawers;
shirts are finished with ribbed skirts
snd silk fronts; drawers made with
extra staying snd self bands; 65 per
cent wool snd a great . s Til
bargain at ................... wt
New Art Pillow Tops
Regular 39ct 50c Val. 29c
An entirely new line of Pillow Tops
for simple ' outlining or couching;
regular 39c values, '. - 4Q
speciti st r, ;r. w.V.T.T;Vr.TtvC
$1.00; $1.25 Hat Pins 68c
35c, 50c Hat Pins 23c
A special lot of the latest novelties
in jet, enameled and rolled gold Hat
Pins, some set with pretty , jewels,
Some plain, all the best styles; worth
regularly $1.00 and $U5; CO.
Friday sale ...j . . . . . . . . . i UOC
Sterling silver, jet,- enamel, stone Hat
Pins, lots of pretty and stylish pins;
good long ones that will hold the
hat well; regulsr 35c and " OO,
50c values . . as JC
New goods now on display la every
department. New Dres Goods, New
Silks, New MHIinery, New Coats and
Suits, New Cloves, New Laces, etc
Great Friday Bargain Sale of.
Bohemian Gold Glassware
:. 7 - 7 V "Sample Line at Half Price ? ;
We sucured the aample line of genuine imported Bohe-,
mian Gold Glassware from one of the biggest importers
in this country at a price that enables us to offer the
choicest sample designs at about half price.
Reg. $1.50 Stand Nappies i Friday at... .. . r.78c,
Reg. $1.75 Stand Comports Friday at. i'. . . 78c
Reg. $2.00 Salted Almond Bowls for ... f . . . .98c
Reg. $2J00 Candy Comports Friday at. .V... 98c
Reg. $2.00 Handle Nappies" Friday at..... . .98c
Reg.' $2.25 Nappies, colored and gold de-..---
.. signs at ' . . . . . .......,, $13
Reg. $2.50 and $3.00 Relish Dishes at: , . , ,$1.8
Reg. $3.00 Bowlsi" with footing, for .... . . .$1.48
Reg; $3.50 Comports, Friday Sale at'.'. :. -.$1.78
Reg. $3.00 7-inch Comports, Friday Sale . . . $1.48
Reg. $3.50 Bowls, beautiful designs, at. , . .$1.98
: Reg. $6X0 Bowls, exquisite conceptions, at . $3.78
Reg. $7.50 Bowls, exquisite conceptions, at .$4.48
Reg. $6.00 Creamer and Sugar; Friday at: .,$3.48
Reg. $7.00 10-inch Nappies, Fridayat.Tr. .$3.98
Reg. $17.50 Bowls, richest patterns, at. . . . .$9.78
Many other pretty pieces at prices that will certainly tempt yon
to lay them aside for gifts. , c ' N
Ramsdell Inverted Gas Light
$1.75 Val. Complete $1.25
700 famous Ramsdell Inverted Gas Lights. The best light
made; throws all the light down, white and brilliant; made
to sell for $1.75, but we offer the light complete Ae nn
for only ., ....... ....... ... Ol.Z J
75c Lindsay Gas
.1,000 complete 175-candle power
incandescent Gas Lights, com
plete with . globe, mantel and
"Lindsay" burner. Every light
t guaranteed. - Regular 75c values.
A special lot of 2,000 good man-
tels, will fit all lights. We reserve
, the right to limit the number to
each customer at the start- i a 1
v ling low price of ........ . 1 L 2 I
$1.25 Women's Undenverr
Special for Friday only, 20 doaen Women's fi.c '
lxl ribbed jnerino underwear, both vl.Ite r.J i
These goods are fully 75 per cent wool an 1 tre '
finished. Always sold for, $1.23; specbl