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THE OREGON".' 'DAILY JOURNAL," PORTLAND, "SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 14. 1S07.
Tujallup Car Crashes Into
'. :,i .load of rassengers From
'Fern HilLCarelessness of
' r ' 3Iotorman Supposed to Be
7 Causo of Disaster.
Taooma- "Sept. ! 1. Frv men. includ
,' lnjr th mstornU'Ua prominent
merchant ef this oltjr, war seriously '
: lured shortly aftr Sevea thla morning
when an Inbound FnyaUup ar craanaa
Into th rear of a Fern Hill ear. 1 No
. cause, nthst than carelessness of tha
motorman, baa yet teen dlsoovered to
explain tbewTeck. Tho veetlbul ot tha
." Puyailup car wil practically torn oft
". and many passenger were cm oy y
- lug Runs. " , it . "
..Tha Injured: . ;
' W. L. Royster, Taooma. motorman
vPuvallup car.- .
1 Thomas McCortnack. Taeoma.
E. A. Ferrell, Fern Hill. . i
W. C. Heechwint. Fe H1U.-,
" O. OV Wlnalow. Fern HIIL '
O. K. Augustine. Tacoma. -
dog licenses net. '. .
, ,.M,.Trhan tha. ,rttX..HsmArr.
snent closed at 1 o'clock today,
' 1st mala dog- licenses bad boon
-'' Issued at tl each, and II female
. licenses at 1 1 each. Laat year
i tha city revenue from dog 11
" oenaea- waa-6.70V-Uiara. belnE
! 1,7 male and 1S 'female' M-
censea taken -out by dog- owners,
This year iris bettered licenses
: will net tha city approximately
' . (,20e.. Do catchers- win begin
f a their" work'Vf. rounding! up e )
, , a nines bright and , early Monday
FOR CAR RIOTS
'. United Railroads Ask San
Francisco to Fay Cost,
; ; - : of the Strike.
-v (Pedfle fJoaat Press teased Wire.) :
San Francisco, Sept. 14. Tha Unltde
Railroads Is preparing to bring ault
against the city for damages sustained
ainca the' inception of tha carmen's
Anatlmate of the losses due to riot
ing Is now twain a. prepared by an agent
of the eastern holding company of the
United Kallroads, who has coma to this
city for that - especial purpose. His
work will form the basis of civil ao
tlona In which the city Of Ban Fran
cisco will be named aa defendant
; FIliE COPPER LEDGE
j HEAR COOK'S-1IILEI
'! Thomas Kimball Code Gives
j News of Rich Strike in
- Northern Interior. .
' , (Pidfle Coast Prcas Leased Wire.)
'Ban Francisco, Sept. 14. Thomas
I Kimball Code, a mining engineer Just
returned from Alaska, where ha went
' for a syndicate to report on copper
- 4 prospects, has amvea in nan r rancisco.
uoae onngs a glowing report oi a leage
nunareo muea iniana zrom ceoc
said he, "extensive
eroppings and traces of. a long ledge of
- eulpKWe of oopper in a llmeatoBe for
' ma Hon. In one point the ledge Is 141
. fet wide and grxs I per cent copper.
,1 waa able to follow the ledge for a
. mile. There are occasional .outcrop-
lntr that ni to Indicate that the
Jedce extends farther.
ine iooeimsDoi tne propeny is o
. miles Inland f
inland from Illamna bay, on Cook
A rallmnd -will have to be built
to carry in materials and to bring out
ttha -ore to tha coast,"
i! 111 . a
j"::; ' - ; A KNOCKER'
' round on XanV Tables,
- JPaopla win "slug" themselves with
octree and then hunt around for medl-
, cine to euro them of tha trouble coffee
, produces, but they keep on drinking oof-
fee and making new trouble right along.
That la, some people do. There are
thoughtful people, however, and their
4 number la increasing every month, who
prefer good, sturdy health te sickness,
and -they leave off coffee because it eon
j tains a drug caffeine that produoes
Many people have to learn by hard
, k nook a, that thla Is true and they get
the knock , all right U they stick to
. coffee. . - . . .
A 8.' C woman says:' Tor two years
or mora before lesving off coffee and
' tieglnnlng the use of Fostum Food Cof
f , my heeith became very much im
, 11 red, as I discovered afterward, from
, toffee drinking.
"I suffered from ahortnesa of breath,
- i-alna about the heart, and the allght
eat sxerrlse completely exhausted me.
, My digestion" waa bad and gas would
form in tha - stomach, . rendering me
wretched, and my life a burden. Medl-
elno did not help the trouble. I waa at
the point of giving up in despair when
my attention was attracted to the state
ment trial corere causea soma nr the
I symptoms that I had. I determined to
abnndnn It and try Poetum Food Coffee.
"I had the Postum well made and the
baa bean something wonderful. ...All of
the old troubles left I have ben In ex-
P'ilent hnelth, and my friends all no
tice It ami seaa or it. i never Jose an
opportunity of telling them that the
hangeirV my health was caused by
lxvirig off o-ffoe and -taking' on - the
liq"M feoil-drlnk, Postum. i
n riniont from any sos roe could
r me to thte contrary i what I
l i--iti.i out. I have seen mt h the
, .;., ttxiHi n my atater a family and
' "Hit r , ,ni,n,.-." ' There's
'." ! pV.
SMALL BOY WITH
ROUSES IRE OF:
Tha small boy, tha bent pin and tha
rubber bind must go. Eaat side resi
dents in particular, where tha young
clttsens roam at will practicing all aorta
of Indian . war dancea and maneuvers,
have coma to tha conclusion that un
less the Juvenile hoettrtrW- cease and
the onslaught of puncturing pins and
wadded ta lead ceases to disturb the
quiet of tha domestic life there it will
be necessary to Invoke the aid of tha
poltoe and the juvenile court.
Yesterday when Dr. II. C. Miller re
turned from bis day in the city he
found his young son complaining that
LAHE PREDICTS riOBODY WANTSTO
FUEL-SHORTAGE IMPROVE STREETS
v; , . ;v -V.-"
Interstate' Commerce Com- No Bids Received on Six
missioner Warns Feople Streets Advertised for Im
1 " of " Faclflc" Northwest V- 1 "proTement With Rock. ;
. - .. 1J".'' ." V,:;;-
, Seattle, 'Waih.. Sept. 11- That Beat ' Members of tha executive board war
tla and ' in fact all Washington, will surprised yesterday that no bids warn
witness tha greateet coal and car short- received on six of tha streets advertised
tga lln tha history of tha state thla for Improvement and are at a loss to
wlntsr. Is ths statement given out to
day by Franklin K. Lane of tha Inter -
state commerce commission. He baa
for months been making a special In
yestfgatlon in thla matter and la In
a position iS make such a statement
with full knowledge.
"If I were a- resident of this sUte
sheds with all tha available coal I could
procure. - -
' "Western Waahinatoa la solng to
have a coal and car shortage thla win
ter that will make things very uncom
fortable - for thoae who have thla fall
been unable to obtain, enough coal to
last thern through the winter season."
John C Lawrence, state railroad com
missioner yesterday, while In conversa
tion with Lane, etated that the con
gested conditions which even at present
arevall In rerard to coal and car short
ages are occasioned by the fact that the
railroads are couaumlnr all ths coal not
only from their own sources of supply,
but from those Of ths Independent com
Mr. Lane expressed himself - very
freely On tha coal situation aa he found
It . In each atate through which be
passed. In ths east' he stated, he found
the coal situation in good condition, and
this winter will sea coal In plenty and
all nrovleions made for conveying It in
to the cities. . ,
Ml'. PLAGUE CASE IS
REPORTED III FRISCO
Number of People Stricken
"With Disease Increased t-
. L-li. -'.,.
I HPsdfls Ceest Frees Leased Wire.)
' San Franolsoo, Bopt. 14. The number
of plague oasea was Increased today to
28 today, tha latest to be stricken be
ing Mary Impostato, aged 10. Her two
children developed the ' disease some
days- ago and her husband and her hus
band a nrotner are detained as suspects.
There nave been ao additional aeatns. .
SELLS HONOR TO
Aged Physician Rents His
Medical License to Drug
less Sanitarium. 7
(United Praas Leased Wire.)
Los Angeles, Sept 14. When T. 8.
Kurplers, manager of tha German Drug-
leas Sanitarium, was fined 1100, In the
police court Friday for practlcink med
icine without a license, a pathatlo story
of an old man's forfeiture of his honor
that his dependent relstlves might be
Kept irom warn came out
Officers found that the license of Dr.
C. H. King, an aged and able, but un
fortunate surgeon, waa used at Kurpler s
sanitarium and called on King for an
explanation. - They found him dying,
and he told, with teara streaming down
his cheeks, that he had rented the li
cense to the sanitarium manager for
120 a month because he had to support
certain family connections, and his state
medical certificate was his only hopa
Dr. King died soon after ths arrest
ot Kurplers. .
KLAMATH WINS V-
' AT SACRAMENTO
(Special Planatca te The JosrsaL)
Klamath Falls. Or.. Bent 14. Alex
Martin Jr. has arrived home from tha
Irrigation congress at - Sacramento.
bringing with him the Oeorge C. Per
kins trophy, won by Klamath county,
lor tns nest exhibit or toraaa products.
and it la now the center of Interest at
the Klamath County bank.
The Oeorge C Pardee cup waa won
by Malheur county.
- California Promotion Boy. tha Hol-
steln bull won by J. Frank Adams, of
Merrill, for the best example of prod
ucts from a single Irrigated farm- Is
being brought In by "-.V. Adam a bj
way of Grass Lake.
MEAT TRUST RAISES -
PRICES THREE CENTS
(United Press Leaetd Wire.)
8t. Louis. Mo., fiept 14. Tha beef
trust has again raised prices of menta
The ralea Is I cents, to go Into effect
Monday. Tha price list was sent out
to all Jobbers from Chicago. .
Adjective m Exclusive Property,
When Louts Browalow, now a Wash
ington correspondent ' wag a " reporter
on tha - Louisville Courier-Journal, he
was sitting at tha telephone table in
t"" lueat-eoom.-one. night waiting for
The office dictionary Is kept An that
table. BrownloW was turning the
leavea Idly when Marse Henry Walter
son came along.
Marse Henry does not sea very well
He mads out a figure at tha table and
said , v
, "Who-a thatr- s
"Prownlow, Mr. 'Wsttereon."
"What ere you doing. Brownlowf ;
"I'm resdlng the dictionary.''
Well. snip the adjectives, skip ths
sdjecttvea, for I m the only on on this
paper who can use theW
- HIS PIN SHOOTER
EAST SIDE PEOPLE
ha-had been shot in tha head with a
rubber band loaded with a bent pin or
wire staple. An examination disclosed
the fact that the boy waa carrying the
minute embedded In hie scalp.
Other complaints have been made by
little children that the boya of the
east side are nearly all carrying rub
ber bands and wire staples and that all
the younger children, cats, dogs and
evely living thing In range' are made
the tatget of the missile. It 1 feared
by parente that their children will be
brought home mlnua an eye or two as
the result of the youthful lad and ateps
will be taken to abate tha nuisance at
I account for tha peculiar situation. Six
j streets to be paved with crushed rock.
which were passed up by tha contrac
tors are: -u---
Dixon street from Boss to Larrabee,
engineer's eaUmate 1,1; Flint street
Russell to Page, aatlmata II.01S: Ral
eign street xrom sast line
aiata te i t est , mssUof L
as Twatitw.nlnik sa 4 a.
vs uiuku, iiiua w aji a v a w vv it
street Klver to Goldsmith, estimate II.
(87; East Twelfth street Eaat Ktark to
East uax, esumata ll.ooo; Borthwlck,
Blanton to Morris, $1,280.
Following are tha bids opened yes
terday: Grand svenoe Warren Construction
East Washington street Pacific
Bridge Company, 111,416.11.
Nehalem avenue Miller eV . Bauer,
12,641.10. . -
jL'laremont avenue Gleblsch eV Joplln.
Prescott street Bechlll Broa, $t,
115.77; H. J. Swing. t4.Ul.2li R. X Da
East Fourteenth ! street Paclflo
Brldga company, $1,117.16; Warren Con
struction company, $1,821.80. - .
East Sixteenth street Warren Con
struction company, $4,100: Paclflo Bridge
Miller avenue C. E. Pottage, $1,.
40.10: Keenaa Bros., $1,060.10.
Eaat Twenty-oecond street Paclflo
Bridge company, $5,t($.40.
Eaat Seventeenth atroet J Paclflo
Bridge company. $$.$42.16; Warren Con
struction company, $7,801.10.
wiiiameiie Douievaro cecnui Broa,
$426.14; E. H. Tom lln son, $668.10: R. J.
DeBuhr, $672.72: H. J. Ewlng, $610.66;
C. B. Pottage, $81.2t.
Eaat Thirteenth street Bechlll Broa,
$1,041.88; Concrete Construction .com
pany, $7744.21; C E. Pottage. $8,641.10.
East Thirty-second street Concrete
Construction company, $7,011.47; C E.
Potuge, .$18.104.22.168; bechlll Broa, $$,
$16.14. i ,- .- -
Montgomery drive sewer) George
Gordon. $1,160.75; John KeaUng, $1,
281.(0. - Eaat ' Salmon Street (aewer) Oeorge
uoroen, ii.6; j. f. o Weill, 1766.15.
Eaat Seventeenth street (sewer)
P. O'Neill. $140.10; George Gordon, $161;
John Keating, $148.60.
In order to permit ths R. W. Lemcke
company to Improve East Thlrtlstb
snd East Thirty - second streets, in
Wavsrleigh addition, immediately, tha
board awarded contracts on theee streets
to the lowest bidders. The board also
awarded a contract for the construction
of a aewer In Eaat Seventeenui street
Revolting Story, of Cruelty
to Children in Dark
Odessa, Sept It. An amaxlng story
nf fanaticism has reached ma from tha
village of Bueoyeff, near Liady. , A
peasant named Mlohalloff had an ax
oeedlngly clever little boy, who became
famous In tha village as a prodigy, and
was admired almost aa a miraculous be
ing. In tho same locality there lived a
rich and "religious" peasant called the
-Balnt," who waa believed to be .a
j 1 bin "Saint" grew -Jealous -of -tha
child's popularity, and bevan to apread
rumors that should he be allowed to
grow up he would become tha anti
christ and bring untold woo upon ths
On July $0 - tha "prophet" called a
meeting of tha $0 richest peasants in
the district to whom hs explained that
if ths boy waa killed they would be
made happy and prosperous, and tha
village would become the capital of the
It waa agreed to sacrlfloe the child
Two days later the "Saint" gave orders
to the men, took an ikon in hla hands,
and distributed lighted candles amongst
He headed the procession to the
child's boms at 11 o clock at night and
demanded that the parents should hand
ths boy over, as he wanted to pray with
Tha "prophet" washed tha youngater.
saying' prayers meanwhile, and then
choked him by placing hla foot on his
neck, in front of tho parents.
Subseauentlv ha ordered tha awe-
strlcksn fathsr to hslo htm tear tha
child to pieces, and aa the man refused
tne noay was muiuaieo wiin a natcnet.
The remains were put into a basket
which, was fixed tqtha tail of a white
mare. . . - -
Tha "Balnf mounted the horse end
declared that it was tha will of God
that tho body should be burled at a
spot where tha borsa would .voluntarily
Tha horse waa started, and the peas
ants still burning their candle fol
lowed. At a certain noint tho animal halted.
and tho rsmalns ware buried with the
feet one t and tho baaket.
T V. . . V. - I.Ut'l .H.A.I m 1.1k..
who had in superstitious fear witnessed
ths oeremony without protest and told
him that on ths following morning two
olden hslrs would have grown on his
ead. while tho grave would ba trans
formed Into a well, throwing out boil-
water and liquid-sulphur,
he police, hearing of the occurrence,
isted 28 roen.'"lncrudlng the-'alnt.,
and all are now awaiting trial.
A Born Financier. '
From the Philadelphia Bulletin.
Tnu etole 10 marblee from me."- de
clared 111 tie Jimmy, ."and I want 'em
"I don't propose to 'giv"c"1rc.
responoeo lime Tommy. "Furthermore.
If you kfep harping on the subject' you
Will bring about a panic." I
; Ana theli fathe, the old trust meg-1
mJm "u wuyiuue
FOR YUKOfl FAIR
Director Reed Says Seattle
Exposition Will Profit by
; Portland's Experience.
Henry E. Reed, director of publicity
of tha Alaska-Yukon exposition to be
held at Seattle In 1101, came to Port
land' today to look after personal busi
ness but was willing to talk a few
minutes 'about the Seattle fair. He sta
tioned himself for half an hour at the
Chamber of Commerce on Stark street
and elucidated tha situation to . news
paper men and others who called.
'The Tukon exposition will be fully
ss great if not greater than tha Lewis
and Clark fair. It couldn't be much
rreater and be handled without financial
loss," hs said. "We are now getting
ready to go to the goverpment with a
request for government participation
and an appropriation of $1, 175.000. I
think wa will aet It This amount will
Include government buildings, fisheries
ana tne line.
Wo will try to have an
Le wis and Clark fair cost spprox-
$10,000,000, including value or
exhibits. The Seattle fair will. It la
claimed, be done on a scale practically
aa large, and will be able to get more
high class exhibits on aocount of tha
favorable experiences of exhibitors at
tha Lewis and Clark fair. 'There were
many fine exhibits: sought by the Lewis
and Clark management but not ob
tained, owing to the lack of fore-knowledge
of this kind of enterprise on ths
Paclflo coast and tha Imagined diffi
culties of transportation. v
The success of the Lewis and Clark
fair has bsen of Incalculable benefit to
the Seattle project by ehowlng tha way
and revealing the hidden rocks that.
coast exposition must avoid. -- -
AND Mil. ROBBED
Foreman on Mount Hood
Railroad Roughly Han
dled in Terminal Yards.
"John Beaborg, foreman of a con
struction gang on tho Mount Hood rail
way, waa badly beaten and robbed In
tha terminal yards at 10 o'clock Last
night by two thugs. As tha result of
his encounter with ths highwaymen
Seaborg la mlnua $41 and received in
exchange two discolored optics and a
number of cuts about tha face.
Seaborg .waa drinking in Tom Fallon's
notorious saloon with two strangers and
upon leaving tha resort the men fol
lowed him. In crossing the railroad
?ards he waa suddenly set upon by the
hugs and beaten into Insensibility
with blackjacks. Ths Injured men wss
found by passing awltohmen and the
police notified. .
Dr. Ziegler dressed Beaborg's injuries
at police headquarter. Detective Ser
geant Baty waa detailed on the case. .
ONE SOUTHERN PACIFIC
TRAIN ON SCHEDULE
Northern Paclflo No. 1, dua at
7 o'clock, arrived at 11:11...
Southern: .Pacific No. 1$, due
at T:2$v arrived on time, for tho
first tlms In several weeks.
O. B, at N. No. t. dua at t
o'clock, arrived at . - -
' O. R. A -N. No. 8. duo at 1:4$.
arrived at 1:4$.
Astoria St Columbia No. 11,
duo at 11:10, arrived a few min
- Although tha Northern Taclflo
train waa four hours lata in ar
riving today, tha company sent
a local train from. Seattle to
Portland, which, arrived on tha
regular train's schedule.
NEW MANAGER FOR
PACIFIC FRUIT LINE
Bamuel A. Hering, for years Portland
manager for tha Armour .refrigerating
Una, was today appointed to ths sams
position In tha service of tho Paclflo
Fruit Express, tha new refrigerator ear
Una that on October 1 will succeed tha
Armour car Una on tha Southern Pa
clfio and Union Paclflo systems, Tha
appointment waa made by C M. Seciist
general - manager-of tha - Paclflo -Fruit
''The same organisation I had will bo
continued, and It will ba our endeavor
to handle the business on progressive
and up-to-date plans," Mr. Hering said..
"l am giaa to say i snail remain in
Portland. I would much prefer to live
on mis ooaet, ana on inai account I on
one occasion turned down a New Tork
HAS YELLOW FEVER
(United Press ' Leaaed Wlre.t
Havana, Sept 14. Official advices to
uovernor m noon states tnat rour new
cases of yellow fever were dieoovered
at Clenfuegoa on Thursday and three
yesterday. One of thoee afflicted waa
an 'American soldier.
THEY ARE KNOWN
TO BE FUME
Ton probably do not know that phy
sician do not now prescribe for kid
ney trouble diuretics found in tha or
dinary patent kidney medicines that
?ou have been using. As shown by
hs tremendous census deaths ths old
fashioned diuretics have little or no
effect In kidney disease that has fas
tened or become chronic Result phy
sicians' do not attack tha kidneys, but
treat symptoms aa they appear. There
was no specific for the Anserine chrnn.
io forms ot kidney din ease till tha diav
covery , of Fulton's Renal Compound.'
as tns line is a rami on Between the
mild form and the fatal aspect is It
not your simple duty to yourself and
your family to take at ones the only
thing known that will reach it if seri
'.It la amaxlng that In this Intelligent
age there should be an almost certain
sperlflo and yet but few know of it"
Pacific Coast Manfrs. Journal..
"A representative of ths 'News' has
returned from San Francisco. Ha aaw
numbers who had recovered and comes
back fully convinced. "Chattanooga,
Tenn., Dally News. .
- Tf ymr bava kidney trouble start right
with Fulton's Renal Compound, tha only
thing In the world that publ
teetlmnntalft except in ths h
fatal form kidney disease. At drug-
' The Peruna Tablet
Columbus. Ohio, Sept. 14. Ths Inter
esting announcement Is made to the
drug trade and to the people generally,
that Ir. Uartman and his aaslstante,
after two yeara experimentation, have
eucceeded In devising a Peruna Tablet
This- tablet contains all tha curaUvs
virtues of the liquid Peruna. Dr. -Hart-man
will still continue to manufacture
liquid Peruna aa before. The Peruna
Tablet is therefore not Intended to sup
plant liquid Peruna,. but Is to ba fur
nished ths drug trade so that those who
prefer to take Peruna in tablet form can
have the privilege of doing so. Ths
menstruum of tha liquid Peruna baa
Ths Peruna Tablets will be of spe
cial Interest to hundreds of thousands
of people who have used - Peruna for
many years. Ths fact that Peruna can
now ba used in tablet form will ba es
pecially gratifying to people who are
subjected to constant exposure and ca
tarrhal ailments, and who find it diffi
cult If not impossible to carry with
them tha liquid Peruna. A package of
tha Peruna Tablets carried in tha pocket
by people whose business exposes them
to climatic changea will be the means
nt i.vlr, a araat many Deoola from ca
tarrhal troubles which, are tha bans of
OBJECTS TO SPECIAL TAX
(Continued from Pago One.)
holding elections for senators and rep
resentatives shall be prescribed In- each
state by the .legislature thereof." , .
sTtopa Formation of Mew Btataa.
That the initiative deprives tha legis
lature of tha power to direct the man
ner in which the state shall appoint
electors for president and vice-president
io violation of article X. section L
which prescribes: '. . , .
"Kacu state shall appoint in such
manner as tha legislature thereof may
direct a number of electors, equal to
the whole number of senators and rep
resentatlvea to which tha stats may bs
entitled in-the congress." -
That the initiative aepnvea too legia-
latura a tha noater to consent to the
Junction of the state of Oregon wih
other atates or parts of states, violates
article 4, section I, which says:
'Mew vales may do aammea vj u
MUeeTlfiAQ this onion; but no new
state shall bTorTuUJ Ul uieeas wUfllOJ,
the Juriedlctlon or any otner state, nor
any state be formed by the Junction of
two or more states, or parts of states,
without the consent ot tha legislature
of ths statea concerned, as well aa the
congress." t--.-t-r . .- .-- r -
Jeopardiaeo Bepnbllean Oovemmea.
That the initiative deDrives tha legis
lature of the power to apply to the
United States for protection from do
mestlo violence, in violation of. article
4. section 4, which says:
"Tha United States shall guarantee
tn. ivar atata In this union a repub
lican form of government and shall pro
tect eaoh of them against invasion, and.
on application of tha legislature, or of
tha executive, against . domsstlo vio
lence." . .
That tha inltlatle deprives tne legis
lature of tho power to apply to oon
greea for conventlona to propose amend
ments to tha United Statea constitution.
and tha power of ratifying such amend
ments, violating article t, which reads:
"The congress, whenever two thirds
of both bouses shall deem it necessary,
shall propose amendments to this con
stitution, or on tha application ot tha
leglslaturea of two tbirda of the sev
eral statea, shall call a convsntion for
proposing amendments, which in either
caae shall be valid to all Intents and
purposes, aa part of this constitution.
wnen raimea oy tne legislatures oi
three fourths of the several etatee.-or
by conventions in three fourths thereof,
as the one or the other mode of ratifi
cation may . ba proposed vy: the con-
Sndanfsra Choice of Senators.'
"'That tha initiative deprives th leg
islature of the power to choose senators
in congress, violating article' 1. seotlon
t, which -prescribes:
"The aenate of tha United States shall
ba composed of two aenstors from each
state, chosen by tha legislature thereof,
for six yeara" f
That the Initiative is unrepubllcan
and violative of a republican form of
government in violation of article 4,
section 4, which says:
"The United 8tates shall guarantee
to every state in tha union a republican
form of government
That the two per cent tax act violates
the provision in tha fourteenth amend
ment, depriving the telephone company,
aa an artificial person, of ths equal pro
tection of the lawa and of the privi
leges and Immunities guaranteed In this
"No state shall make or enforce any
law whloh shall abridge tha privileges
or immunities of oltlsens of the United
States; nor shall any state deprive any
person of life, liberty or property with
out due process of law, nor deny to any
person within Its Jurisdiction the equal
protection of tha lawa"
- stakes legislator of An Tot era.
The telephone company charges also
that the initiative is null and void be
cause it makes legislator of all the
voter in the state without their being
elected a legislators, but solely be
cause they are voters, and does not re
quire them to take any oath as legis
The Initiative I alleged to ba la vio
lation of the tnlrty-aecond article of the
constitution of Oregon. The 1 per cent
tax act la alleged to ba null and void,
because the people who passed it were
not sworn aa legislators, ana oecauss
It is alleged to be aif effort to tax the
business dona by the company .with' the
United Statea government. It is al
leged also to conflict withome Ore-
gun ana ieaerai siaiur.es.
A number of other details are anerl
fled by the telephone companv to prove
that the initiative amendment He un
constitutional, that ths tax act that was
initiated is void, and that ths comDanv
ought not to pay the $t.$00 that was
suea ror Dy tne state.
On account of tha question a to tha
federal constitution being raised, the
final determination of the questions is
in the supreme court of tha United
states, and either the stats or the tele
phone company mav appeal. The an
swer was signed by B. 8. Plllsbury of
oan rj-anciaco, cnies counsel lor we
telenhone company, who was accuaad
by Lelmaa of being reaDonslble for the
conviction of Vice-President Glass. Ths
San Francisco firm Is Plllsbury. Mad I
son A Sutro, and the answer wa pre
pared in their offices, csrey Kerr
si roruant appear witn mem.
(Continued from Fag On,)
very materially in the meantime, and it
may be many montha before the investi
gation before the commission can be
concluded. An answer to thla letter ia
awaited With great Interest hsrs bv-ths
Oregon railroad commission, ths mem
bers of which are T. K. Campbell, C B.
Aitcnison ana oswaia west.
The 1eoi1on of the Interstate com
merce commission will bs final, unless
the losing party to the hearing should
aeciae to carrv tne matter io tne su
Drem court of the United States. In
esse the commission declines to Inter
cede with the railroads for a postpone
ment of the date when the rate I to
become effective, injunction suit may be
brought through the federal courts for
ine purpose oi restraining me railroads
from making ths pew rate effective. -The
Oregon at Washington Lumber
am OTOca or naTzvnoaT
Is worth ' pound of cure. There are
many poor sufferers, consumptives who
srs hopeless of gsttlng well who, If
they had .takau eare ef -themselves,
would now be well. A cough Is the
foundation - of consumption. Ballard's
Horehound Byrup will cure that cough.
Mrs. 8 . Great Tails. Montana,
writes: "I have used Ballard's Hore
hound Byrup in my family for years
my children never suffer with coughs,"
Bold by al druggists.
c n 'rzr vrmtiT n.fiP P-i
ELECTRIC COOKING DEVICES
-A-STRONG COMBINATION .FOR COMFORT , AND
CONVENIENCE IN Tf IE HOUSEHOLD.' ' . ,
CH AFBMC DI SH E S .
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fou "must fill tha lamp, adjust trio you insert the plug and turn the
wick, strike a match, and be very ... gwitch. - y
careful not? to spill alcohol on the-1 When this Is done 70a can devote
table top. : ' " " : ",' all your attention to the recipe.
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The latest popular
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The Electric Toaster is adapted ior use upon the dining-room
table, and can be used equally well in any room in the house
having electric light. ' . ' -' ...X .'.. - -
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Seventh street, ana inspect our display of .Electric conveniences
for the household. . . V. - - - ; 1
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F. H. Rothchlld;... J .......First Vice-President .
John A. Keating.'.;..!. .'...Second .Vice-President and Cashier
H. D. Story......,.,.,''.... ................. .'Assistant Cashier ' "
Piatt ft Plstt. General Counsel -
......... , - . - ! !
Quality DeLue I TH E ' PORTLAND TRUNK MFC. COJ
t I1A I- sa.i I a a a a-k.s , a a a . a
I OUT trCUIl IS vooa I 54 1 nira vorner
Maniifaetiirera' aasnclatlon has issued a
clroular letter tu Its members showing
ths advanoa aa it will affect shlpmenu
to the various polnta It also calls at
tention to ths fact thst svery effort
must b set forth to defeat this meas
ure on the part of the railroads, as It
will undoubtedly mean a death blow
to the lumber industry. .t
JAPANESE INTOLVED '
IN SEOUL OUTBREAKS
- CIUd Press Ussed v7lre.
Tkin Slant. 14 Henorts from Seoul
Indicate a oonatantly widening field - of
rioting, which has hsretofore ' been
largely restricted to the southeastern
section, where there sre few Jspsnese
Interesta the lateet outbreaks are In
the heart of the Japanese sphere in tha
prominent capitalists of Los Angeles,
are at tha Portland hotel.
J C Tancey and brother, A. B. Tsn
iat vaaterriav for a three weeks
visit in New Tork.
Blshna and Mrs. William F. Nichols,
Miss Clara F. Nichols and Mrs. Oeorge
W . VI I 1 ' I ' W 1" I ."'I in. v .... ... V
party who are vialtlng at the Portland
hotel. Bishop Nichols Is the head 01
. , .. I f - I i. . . tirA..l.
Mis Julia M. Crook has amv.a rrom
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1IILI Oi A 11 111L ILA.V'
Dori't buy cheap eastern trunks,
but let us show you something
good 1,000 trunks to select from.
nm . . - 107 smn nttr siara
rr xt DOarr avanr TOVOUOV
TAKE. A TRIP TO
And EAT AT THE BRUNSWICK RES
TAURANT, opposite Suspension Bridge
t. Paul to visit her father, Colonel
William Crooks, who has been serlouslj
Jil at .the Imperial hotel. Colone
;rooks' condition 1 reported greaU)
A. Wiihelm a merohant of Monroe,
1 at tha Imperial.
": New York's Little Tout.;
Prom th Washington" Star. '
It Is reported that the delegates at
large from New Tork to the next Dnm
cratlo national -convention will in
Charlee F. Murphy, William J. Connera
Patrlrk McC'abe and Joaenh Caaaldv
Thlnge-re- In -a feed -way . la New Yorkf
but are they actually a bad aa thla? j
Th secretary of th South Africa r
Typographical union has ' warned el
printers against emigrating to th.
Transvaal, where at present there Is
great deal-of unrest In the trade. A
movement for a IS per cent all-around
reduction in the printing trade is In
progresa and an effort fs being mnd
to preveal the emplovers from reducing
the scale. . The recognised rate varle
from lit per week at Capetown to l
at i reioria.