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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 1910.
MAtJ WtTIISTAIJDS SUilDAY LIQUOR
RAY'S HEW BE
ELECTRIC SHOCK SEW!
OF 4 PER CENT
'Fifth and Morrison Property
Carries $225,000 at Lowest j
Rate of Interest Ever Nego
tiated in Oregon.
Aged Man of Razor and Scis
sors Denied Certificate by
. Examining Board.' ,
Representative K. C' Couch and E. H.
Brunon, St. Johns barber, go to 6a
Jem today, where they will file" com
plaint with , Governor Benson concern
Inr mathods of the state board of bar
ber examiners.. It Is allegad by Brunson
that, although he hna been a. proficient
barber for 21 years, the v examining
A new low inirreai raie ivr inini on I board nas rerusea mm permission 10
Portland buslnens properly wti estab- I continue th practice of his profusion.
liiid In the recent deal Involving the although be baa taken three examjna-
c.Ia if tit In ar tka nsipfheaat rnrn,, I tiOflS
of Fifth and Morrison atreela. This lot " """" " " p ".,,.,
. taken over by It. G. Thor.en and "S" h""f " r ai7na7lor oV th.
C. F. Ilendrkksfn, tha consideration bo- .,r ...Ulna- ita tncotne. aa tha
ing .;, vw. , in m. transaction ma fr for each examination l . urunson.
seller, 1'rler Severson, takea a mortgage! who la CS year a old, haa been employed
for 1225.000 bearing per cent interest I by George Hall, who conaucta a anop
and having 25 yeara to run. , M Jonns. j
This la believed to b. th. first per .7,lTiL- Kli i w rT.hn
cent mortgage aver secured bv Portland 'r V.T.r K-.V-i r wh.- ...
i btitne properly., Tha prevailing rata Lninara who Is i also secretary of the
: f.-r larga loan, for tha past two or mora fi?!J. JjSon "cretary or. me
"But be never made, any complaint
could not comply with the
hitn a certificate If wa
thought him competent Tha law re
Flames Attack Residence for
.Second Time in Month
Valued at $2500.: .
cara haa been i per cent, although
; a few of tha largest loana have been at f ,
; ( per cent. On loana of 110.000 to 115,000 .T.
. .ranrr in in man prr crni, wmie ror , v . ,..... i.j ...
. sr..0. $p.;rnt'nd Err.;
percenr - ; Jf l(j dMj no pprM,uu our
Old meoora ajmaahed. . . effort. tnen w, wnj throw tha whole
, fx-me inoiiui. hrq m. x.quiiaDie Lin ,hn. wde open. never have held
ivir,vvi back a certificate because a man nasn i
i A aecond fir within a' month waa
discovered, at 4 o'clock .this morning lit
the new home of TV". T. Ray, 18S6 Curtis
avonua, and- tha house was totally de
stroyed, Tha place la thought to have
boon set on flra by noma one tor tf
venge. ' The' house waa rvtdy ' for ; oa
cupitncy. It waa valued at 12500. in
atiranre to the value of 11800 waa
carried. . ;
The first flra waa discovered early
on Kvenlng In a-rear room.' ralnters
had been working In the room and had
left their palnta there. An Investlga
tlon pointed to the . work of an In
condlary. At 4 o'clock this morning,
neighbors were , awakoned by the
flames. The flra had such a start that
nothing could be done, except save the
buildings no&rby. Chemical Jio. 4 ana
Engine Company No. 14 responded.
The way tha flra spread to all tha
rooms on the lower part of the bouse
Indicated that oil waa probably used
to give tha flames a good start, riumb
era finished working In tha building a
few .days ago.
Many Trades and Professions
Represented' in ; List Be-,
gin Work February 7.
lo locsl people at CH per cent
reported at the time that thl
Joined the union.
- .... . . .
T,eabo explained that an applicant is
secured at 1 per cent, but as ,oWed to take an examination every
mntter of fact, the rata waa 6W
'omparatlvely speaking, a small sura
f outsidH money is on loan In Portland.
I.h hI tanks and private Inndcrs 'having
hfn able to take care of the demand
for ready money for building and other
Tlie deed transferring the Fifth and
Morrison street corner was filed for
- record Tuesday afternoon. This was
three months., provided ha' does nor
pass the first examination. For each
examination a fee of 15 in charged.
Barbers who have received a certificate
from tha board pay, 1 1 a year dues. 'At
the noxt session of tha state legislature
the duea may be redueed to 80 cents a
vesr. and tha examining fee also re
duced, aa the redueed Income will proo
the largest realty transaction of the I "Dl' lu. "''"""
vr nrt In the moat Imnortant ileal In 1 Of tne DOSro.
cmtral buslnesg property alnca Ben Sell-
a ing and Hcsociatea took over the pouth
' west corner of Sixth and Alder about
i?it months ago.
Skyscraper to sUee.
It U the Intention of the buyers of
the Morrison street corner to erect
modern akyecraper on the - site, .-. tha
eround floor to become the home of
, the SoatnlliiBvlan-Amerlcan bank. This,
1 however,- will not be dono until after
tlic t'xpiration of the-ground lesse on
tlm nrnnertv. fihlch has six Veara to
i ru. .T.he. 'jroper.tyJwaa sold laJXliorBeal stretch oLbesch alonf the i bank of the
iH AMERICAN VAY
His Suit Failing, Kills Sweet
heart and" Self Fellow
' Students at Baltimore.
Th o. n. St N. Co. haa bought from
Mrs. Wlntworth Lord, of Tha Ialles, a
and llenditckeen by I'eter Peverson, sn
. (irrfon plneer, $0 years of age, who
: livfa In this city.- The 4 per cent loan
kn by Mr. Keveron for 1225.000, pro
. i) ' him with an annual Income of i
isoon. ills former income from the
' crouud leans was only $3000, tha lease
hHving been given 14 'years ago at a
time whan Morrison street property had
ro such value ss it haa today.
STREET IMPROVEMENT .
LAVS fM BE VETOED
Columbia river north of the company's
track at that T-lace for 111,000 ., The
land waa placed on tha market some
time ago and the O. K. N. Co. maaa
It Is believed that tha company se
cured control of tha property, for tha
purpose of strengthening' Its terminal
facilities which have been crowded at
The Dalles to such an extent as to cause
Inconvenience all along the line.
RUDE OFFICERS UPSET
i "HOBO" AFTERNOON TEA
, .-v.. yv
A "hobo camp" In tha woods near the
Eafct St Johns depot was raided yes
terdty afternoon by Patrolmen Well-
brook and Burstow of the mounted
squad. Two tramps wero arrested and
a score ordered out of tha county. Many
of them went to Vancouver. Wash. The
A large nuuihor of the time and man
j ner ordinances passed by tne city coun
S il tl the -last meeting have been aent tw0 en arrested were brought before
I,,, .g .)vr win u, - the municipal court this mornt;
r;e at th req.iest of the mayor so it orer(.d o leave town by noon.
is iutte probable -that, some ol them ReVeral reports have been made from
win be vetoed. - residents In that section of the city.
One in particular that in all likeli- ruilroad men have also oomplalned of
noon win i neni dck 10 wie 1Bwmer t,,e . nobos, , pe0ple have been bothered
is an ordinance providing for the time by thft tramps stealing things, and two
huu miiuT ""i1"1 -"v railroad men have been bold up by mem
j t.enth street witn bttuiuhtc pavement b(,rg of the colony. Wl?n the offlcera
from Halsey street to Thompson street, d,.acended upon the camp the tramps
f a distance of seven blocks. ., :--were Wretched around fires. They Hvo
j a strong oeiegation or prorty j ln ,man thBCka built of fir bark.
. owners appeared lo proieei amii iiih
passage of the ordinance at the council
j session last week, The remonstrance
1 signed by them fell short of the legal
SO per cent required and was overruled,
j However, It was signed by all but six
j property owners along the street - and
: In view of the general protest It Is be
lieved the mayor; will veto tha ordl-
WILL PLUNGE WITH
., $100,000 STAGE MONEY
The realty board will hold a meeting
In the Chamber of ; Commerce on tha
second ' floor tomorrow night. -Instead
ranee, i This belief t strengthened ' by I of the usual dinner and speech making
th fact that a netitlnn for hitiilii hie 1 program the board will hold a mock
pavement was remonstrated out a year meeting of realty exchange which will
tana tne rorra oi a chuoi , wiiei uo
brokers will be Initiated into Aha meth
ods employed by the realty selling 'ex
changes ln ythe large eastern cities.
An experienced auctioneer will mount
the platform and each broker, having
been- supplied With $100,000 of "phony"
money, will bid for tha -various parcels
offered. ' v. .
The present intention of the realty
board Is to conclude arrangements at
its March meeting for tne formal open
ing of tha Portland Real Estate Ex
change, x it.''.i:'' 7 ;
; Five Cities at Banquet.
J Aberdeen, Wash., Feb. 3. Five cities
J w-era represented among the guests at
' the annual meeting of the Aberdeen
j chamber of commerce, beld In the form
of a banquet at the Hotel Washington
; last night, and more than ISO persons
' attended. . The action of the meeting ln
brief, was the election of L. C Hum
i barger as president, vice W, J. Patter-
son; Indorsement of a memorial to the
prosecution of work on the county roads
aa fast as possible; initiation of a proj-
ect for a Chehalls county board of trade,
and the- presentation to the retiring
president, W. J. Patterson, of a hand
some silver loving -cup.
TTnlted Tress tested Wire.) .
Baltimore. Feb, 3. Miss Maria Low-
aeo, an American girl, was shot and
killed this afternoon , by Elijah Baba
Babat, a Persian Mohammedan; who than
committed suicide by shooting himself
In the breast, st tha University of-Maryland,
where they were . both students.
The double tragedy wss tha result of
a fierce lova. conceived, by the Persian
but not requited by" the American girl.
Tha difforencca of race and religious
belief were, obstacles Impossible for. Miss
.Lo.wacfljtrt overcome. -
Tla Asiatic lovedTier to desperation,
and pleaded with bor to fly with him to
his own 'country, at every opportunity. ;
-Miss Lowsen was a member of -the
third year class In the school of dentls-
try and the Persian was a second year ;
student in tha school of medicine. '
The love of Elijah Baba Babal foi;
Miss Iiowaen Was well known about the ;
nnlvernity. and It la said that the Per-'
slan last night overheard fellow stu-.
dents making Jocular remarks about It.
Ha sought out the girl today and after
exclaiming something In , his; native
tongue, which la supposed to have been
an expression of his love and a warning
to the object 'df hie fatal affection, fired
the shot that ended her life-Instantly. ;
With the same revolver he sent a
bullet into his own heart. -"',-.
That tha - Ferslan premeditated the
tragedy was shown by a letter addressed
to relatives at Pes Moines, Iowa,- In
which ha said: -. . .
I am of sound mind and I know
what I am doing. The girl has ruined
me. I am not going to leave her to
ruin the Ufe of anyone else." , ,
The shooting took place m a hallway
t the Idlestde, a students' boarding
house. , The Persian took a seat at the
samo table with Miss Lowsen. but oth
ers who wera at the table say they did
not exchange a word during the meal.
BILL TO MAKE PEARY
A REAR ADMIRAL
(United Pres Leased Wirt.)
Washington, Feb. 3 To make Com
mander Robert E, Peary a rear admiral
and place him upon the "retired list In
recognition of his discovery of the North
Pole, where he planted the stars and
stripes, was proposed today in a bill
Introduced by Senator Hale of Maine.
The bill, being submitted by a senator.
front Peary's hom state, Is understood
to have received in advance the Indorse
ment of a largo number of congressmen.
The measure would empower the pres
ident to promote Peary and place him on
the retired list by executive order.
tVKdoiit ilio (nifo
Grateful Ptron TU f -Almost Miraeulou
Cre ef Caumcts, ersoulatad lids. Wild
HUi, TJion, Waa. Watery Eye and
All Ty Dikiui Snd Your Nam
and Addreta With Two Cant
.j... Stamp far Tn- Trial Bottle,
The cures being made by tlila niicle lotloa
ar.TT Atj ara truly remaxkah). I bate re.
pcted!.r featured to slxht pertoo nearly blid
fur jteer. ;
Fleers, wild halra,5 rtaulted tlds dlapper
)mt intoutly arlth tbe . ass of tola magle
remedy. Weak.' watwy eyea are cleared in a
Klnale alfht and quickly . reatored to perfect
hf-allb. Jt baa repeatedly cured where all
other remedlea and all doctora had failed. ' It
la Indeed a marie remedy and i am glad to
kIt tbla free trial to auy sufferer trout sort
yes or auy. aye- trouble.
Many h thrown- away their glassea after
IwlnS It a week, i'reaofcers, tpaehnra. doctors,
Imvera, entiiteers, student, dreaamakert and
ell iu e their eyaa under atrain find with
UiU iJnglc Lt-tton a aafe, sura and quick re
lief, jf you have sor eyes or any eya trouble,
nrlte m today. I am in eruet to maktug
iny tiffnr ot a frre trial bottle of thia lotion.
1 ru sled tfl furnish prsuf in ninny well provi u
nA authentic raws where Jt has cured cats
urt gf'er (be dK-iora-aai4 that sola a danrf.
i'ua mid etaiva ofierallou wuld aare the alybt. '
If iou hfe eve trouble of any kind you will
imU a aeriomr nilMKke it jeon d not send for tny
f ttt fj elf.-r vt thU Magle lotion. Ad
i'4i w ith ltill ries.Tipi iin f yr trouble and
a j-c.-m Ksnii. ). T. Sclilcgel COc 405
iuink. ttf Peoria. 111., mid yon will
...i n wtuui mil. i-renelit, a trial bnttis
i f i niiin- r, w. u Hjv haa restored mail i
1 isr.-t lu
SUBJECT FOR MEETING
Every phase of the Broadway bridge
Question will be thorougniy discussed
at the meeting of the North East Side
Improvement association to be held to
morrow evening at 8 o'clock. Every
member of the club and others Interest
ed are urged to be present.
ARTICLES FILED FOR
' TWO CORPORATIONS
Hi T. Adamson, Charles VL Hill and D.
Soils Cohen have filed articles of in
corporation of the Peoples' Amusement
company, capitalised for 1(00.000.
The Prudential Loan & Trust company
has been Incorporated by C. H. Far
rington, E. E. Farrlngton and E. F.
Hitchcock, capital stock, $25,000, -
Laborer Crushed on Track..
(Special Dispatch to Tha Journal.)
. Kenniwick, Wash.,' Feb. 3. -James
Dooly, a North Coast laborer was hor
ribly mangled beneath the wheels of
Northern Pacific passenger train No. 8
as it pulled out from the depot bere
about 7 o'clock yesterday evening. He
died In a local hotel atT-thls morning.
The Injured man was picked up' by the
freight crew about half an hour later,
and though conscious ; could give no
coherent account of the accident His
right leg was severed, below the knee
and the thigh crushed to a pulp, the
left foot was mashed from the ankle
and remained on the track after tha
man was picked up. It was thought
he was attempting to board the train
and was . thrown uader the wheels.
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HH- Earned as Fair Of flclal. ' " -
"Salem, Or.. Feb. 3. Mra. Sherlock A.
Miller of McMinnvllle Jias been ap
pointed by Governor Benson a .member
of the board of directors of the Yam-:
hill County Fair association to succeed
Mrs, Inex AL-Butts, fa ho has" resigned.
One hundred and twenty names for
Jury duty at the February term of court
hava been drawn ln the circuit court.
Those summoned are directed to report
on February 7. From thia number will
be chosen tha grand Jury of eeven and
all the trial Jurlea for the month.
February Owen Mc Linden will
placed on trial for the killing of his
brother, James Mcl.lnden. Tha latter
waa alaln with a. club during a quarrel
between the brothera. I The fratricide is
charged with murder In the first degree,
: Another case ln which unusual Inter
est will ba taken Is that of the city of
Portland against Ed Johnson, charged
with seling liquor without a 1 lean
while he was proprietor of tha Delmon
lco cafe on Seventh atreet At tha last
term of court Johnson was tried on two
similar charges, being acquitted In one
case,' In tha other the Jury disagreed.
In the caaa set for trial thia month tha
city clalma to hava tha strongest case
of tha series.
Those draws for Jury duty are tha
J. TI Alexander, i Georre W. Alters
secretsry and manarer; A J. AhrendC
engineer: C A. Anderson, ft. A. An-
sriiuts. typewriter company; R. P. Arm
at rone, tool manufacturers: John Aren,
helper; F. W. Art an, broker; J. Arment,
w. u. Aruiur, carpenter, ix. n. Arcner,
M. Allen. O. W. Anstey. H. P.i.W. An
derson, cement worsen -
Joseph Basler. M: I. Fogart, urign-
man. It. 11. , Bailey, Walter Jfl. Bliss,
agent: J. n. Bays, driver, - ice wagon;
Albert Broddle, cabinet maker; F. A.
Blasdel, George Benton, carpenter; ,W,
If. BlRck. William Bohlander. restaur
ant; Herbert Bradley, snoe dealer.
K. r . I nnnon. electrical ensnneer:
Frank M. Cohn, photo dealer; 8. C Cam
eron, lumber dealer: C C Colt, president
Union Meat company.
B. B. Dill, contractor: B. O. Dedrlclt
clerk; Adolph Dokum.' hardware mer
chant: Harry P. Davleon. cleric
A. Erlckson, clerk; O. C. Epperly, en
gineer; K. IA Kvaos, John iiricKson,
Puller, Besslng & Co.
ti. tr. fiKe, uavia ouiKfs, roreman;
8. Finger, ship clerk; E. C. Felty.
A. L Gale, clerk; Albert Griffin, car
penter: F. E. Grant, A. C. Going.
A. Hanson. , foreman: - George Ham
mond, foreman, 8. P. shops; M. Hudnutt,
watchmaker: I J. Hougkinson, carpen
ter; B. H. Itansen., G. A. Hoffman,
.Tamea Ireland. - - -
R. J. Jenhings,"mlnlng.
J. T. Keenan.
foreman: O. A hern, candy maker: Car
Anderson, carpenter; W. D. Allen, hotel
keeper; C. Aerne Jr., photograph
TEST SUIT DIRECT
TO SUPREME COURT
Suit brought by the Irving Real Ba
tata company to test the validity of the
water main amendments of 1907 and
1909, whereby, the cost of water mains
10 Inches and over may be paid by bonds
payable from the water fund,1 all other,
main being paid for by abutting prop
erty owners, will take a ahort cut to the
state supreme court
By agreement-the question was sub
mitted to Presiding Judge Morrow on
demurrer .without argument. He sus
tained tha demurrer, and tha plaintiff
gave notice of appeal. : Thus the ques
tion will not be argued Out on its mer
its ln the circuit court, but goes straight
to the ' supreme court - without , further
delay.' t ';'' -
II 1 . 11 1 .' -iU. . 1 "' '.,'! ' "' .113
Y. M. Ieahv. atenographers George W.
Lilly, civil engineer; M. E. Leedy, car
penter; Lloyd B. MclAitghlln.
Charles McDougall. F. MoNanamy, El
lis McLean, livery. - - . .
John Nelson, ship carpenter? jonn
Nordberg. . '
H. M. oconnor, naraware .merenant.
. - , r.- . . ..Mas. Q D.M.fllll
YYOrrHl mirtu, bbiiihi n in...
landscape gardner; A. 1L Pottlt, capital
ist; George Porges, window dresaer; .
rorter, department manager; G. PhlUlps,
(talesman. ' ; . , . ' '
IT UT D.nlfltt ,lantMA nhnllfltf' .Tftmi,!
Redmond; David Rosebrook, musician;
Hobert R. Roland; sawyer; W T. Rob
erts, cabinet maker;, J. u. 'BinonaPt,
motor-inspectorr C. A. Ritas, Jumber
man; Nl R. Roper, cimplaln.
William Stanton, ship, .carpenter;
Eugene Steblnger, muslo teacher: J. C.
Skelton; a Hlnner, scavenger; w. H.
Scidmore; L. E. Starr, Insurance broker;
Conrad Stark,- harness maker; J. , N.
Hpriggs, Pacific Monthly company: J.
S. Smith, proprietor the Rasa dining
J. ' D. Tresham, building contractor;
H. F. Torrey, farmer. v ' -.
R. B. Urfer, .news agent, Barklln
Bros.; Carles S. Unna, department man
ager, Seller & Co.
M. R. Van Horn, teamster, H, & F.
Trsnsfer company; E. V. Voos.
R. Wlthrow, reporter Evening
Telegram: T. M. Wheeler, waiter: F.
Wllniot, secretary Embody & Bradley
company; George Wetherby, real es-"
tate; w. s. weens, storekeeper, Nj- P. i
T. company; H. w. wens, stockman;
druggist; George E. Willard. linotype
operator, una journal; c v. wooaworto,
teller. , Iadd ; & , Tilton bank: F. P.
Waring, president Steel Bridge Fuel
company; Li L. ' Williams, clerk, Sen
veiling; U. C wnite, outidtng con
tractor; C. H. Wheeler, president Wheel
er Lumber company; John Westman,
Janitor. Wells Fargo buildlnar: W. B.
Wiggins, Broughton A Wiggins; Georgo
ta. Warner, MODeris iirca.; u. t. ' Wat
kins, Northern Express company; O.- C.
wau. oooHKeeper;, ; j; weston; j. it.
W. J. Zimmerman. nrenldenf Hv
uiuuiiu nutiu uui company. . ,
Live Wire Falls on Garbage Proprietors of the Quelle and
Collector and Makes Him v Louvre May Be Indicted,
a Little Dizzy.
by Grand Jury.
While loading garbage thia morning
at Firat and Washington streets, An
After a thorough Investigation by the
grand Jury of the alleged, violation of
tone Burkhart. tl Twenty-fifth street, the state liquor lawa by tho Quella and
waa struck by a live electrlo wire and Lbuvre, it Is understood that body
knocked down. He received a liard wJl ' Mturn , Indictments Saturday
nuux ana waa uniuis iu cunuuuv mm
work for an hour.
against tha proprietors of these csfes.
The charges are for selling liquor to
Burkhart had atopped hla wagon near m) norg a)), mnq 1luor on Hunday,
tha curbing and was emptying a can
In the-wagon when the wire above his
bead broko and dropped upon him. alt
struck him on tha head and ahouldnrs.
He waa rendered unconsclotia for 10
ininutas. The wire fell from tha men's
boulder. The man soon revived. The
wire waa faulty. Burkhart complained
The wltnessess before the grand Jury
were Arthur WUlielm and . a .17-year-
old girl, who were arrested last week,
They told the police , that they have
bought liquor in -the two places upon
two aeparate Sundays. Three - patrol
men who took dinner In "tha Quelle two
weeka ago Sunday reported they bought
f !le,ni,V"T d'"y' bU. r:,,.,m'd-1n,a intotlcatlng liquors . In colored cream
VAPir - Tit a. I noman -stnaaJ est ft haa wlraa I
It la one belonging to the Portland Rail
way, Light c Power company, '
pitchers. It was upon this testimony
In municipal court that two waiters in
the Quelle pleaded guilty to selling liquor
Sunday and were fined 2 In each case.
The attorneys representing tha Quelle
were willing that tha two . waitara
should plead guilty and pay the fine.
One waiter did not appear In court, ,
similar evidence waa secured, it was
ted, against tha Louvre.- Patrolman
Gould went to the place Sunday, and
saw liquor aold to various customers.
s was also sold ln colored tea oups.
Tlfa police have had numeroua oom-
plalnta that the two places wore selling
Honor Kiimlnv. and Phtef of Police Co
Get-Tooethcr Douolas County r1" m Bcur videnCe. The
MV iwyvillbl wvuyiuil WWWIItJ I rUi. -f th- ,.i-,n rithe men was the
result.- At the Quelle, Sergeant Harry
Parker and Patrolman West had no
difficulty So obtaining liquor.. -They
first had to satisfy the' waiter they
were ''right," and then were served with
whiskey. Patrolman Gould obtained
liquor at the aama place on the same
Arthur WUhelra and the girl testified
Excursion Is Entertained
in Lavish Manner.
BIG FOUR C
Testifies That Mis Predccc;'
as Treasurer Was $10X
.Short' When He Left Off!
Money to Cooke Fami,
money win -isurer.
' (United frasa Leased Wtrs.t
Clnnlnn.ll llhln Vfh !tj'horl
k l,llV., - . W ........ . i
Warrlner, clad Jn his convict M
teatlfled in court todsy, Impll. ,
Frank Coinstock. his predeccas.
treasurer of the Big Four rallrourt I
Warrlner, serving tlma for tin f
k,.,iiini.nt r.f (ait nnn frrtm tha ru
testified thst Comstock waa ahort)
000 of the railways money win
(Warrlner) became treasurer
celvlng $84,000 for her alienee wU
discovered his shortages, Warrinef
hla firat payment to- Mrs, For
7v Thia was given, accordf
Warrlner, With the understand! '
Mrs. Ford Vwould not betray hli.
Continuing, Warrlnar declared I
not only gave money to the fa?
Edgar 8. Cooke of Chicago, a I
treasurer of the road, to buy his j
but that ha gave Cooke mom f
which to pay Mrs; Ford s s bill
The convicted tressurer' saiu
deavored to recoup hla shortage
veStmenta, which were not succe
"The Investments, like every thn
turned out badly, for me," was hi
ment after describing his atten
(Sneelal lMsateh to The Journal. V
Glendale, Or.. Feb. 3. The get-to-
Roaeburg Commercial club, irrlvod at nhurhdB p?"!. "S,
r., -i" Tir.j a. I numerous occasions. Chief
th. fnlTowtna- memher. f tha Glendale weeks ago they muat not allow the
aala of. liquor on Sunday.
tha following members of tha Glendale
Commercial club and cltlaene of Glen
dale: A. J. Calvin, president . of tha
Commercial club; K. A. Miller, secre
tary; O. C. Stether, B. L. Darby. O. IT,
Mortensen, chief of police; ' John . Neu-
ner, J. J. Jacobson, Thomas Iawon, A.
G. Clarke, J. Link and A. Ii. Mattenley,
who constituted a committee of wel-
After a bounteous dinner at the Clarke
hotel, the visitors wera shown about the
city. ' At t:80 tha Oregon-Idaho Lumber
camp took tha guests and members of
tha Glendala committee on an Inspec
tion i.our. of JLhe company's logging Uftiiea C.nmmWiPA RpnnfTR' It
from I w,,'V-- vviitiieis w w a
road and camp, about three miles from
Glendale up the Cow creek canyon.
There clustered In a hollow ' In the
mountains Is a logging ramp engaged
In taking out 34,000,000 feet of timber.
After an Inspection of tha Glendale
box factory, owned and operated by A.
J. Colvin and J. . W. Jacobson, and a
ahort walk to theity reservoir, where
good blrdseye view of the city was
With "First Class Vessels"
v Excepted From Benefits.
. . (Cat tad Presa Leased Wire.
Washington, Feb, 8. Tha house e'rrn-
obtalned. tha sight seeing for the. day Imlttea on merchant; marine today ifee
waa closed. - . - - . lommendeA the nassaaa of the. admlnls-
At 6 o'clock tha guests and numerous I ,.( m -k.m ,iii
members of the Glendale Commercial py president Taf t and introduced by
club .aat dowrt to a delicious luncheon Eepresentatlva Humphrey of Washing-
8eoiryMU.r acted as toastmaster I
and introduced the speakers of the even- TeB8.is from participation in the pro-
ma. , ,) - , , , . - -. I ---.J ...K1t. O Itin Tmri m m .Via Kill waa
jTnumui octrn jUBCpiinon or tne HOW-U.K..i.j i.i,,
dress on tha trip and Its purposea
Manager Darby Richardson gave a
splendid speech on tha work of the new
publicity department of the Roseburg
Commercial club. Others following were
J... Link, A. J. Calvin, J. IL Booth, Hon
orable A, C. Marat ers, Rev. J. K. How
ard, George Newn er, Lloyd Riches, H.
T. McClallan, Rev. Baker, Dr. Seeley,
D. C. Pltser and P. Hart
Tho party loft at 10 o'clock for Riddla
where thjsy spend tha night.
SEEK CAUSE OF FIRE
make food tha amount he had ato
NORMAN IS RETICEfJT
, ABOUT.HOTEL OP"
Benjamin Norman, proprietor o
Spokane and Tacoma hotels. Is In 1
land today, and Is .understood t
completing the terms of sale of
Hotel Portland. Tha option whkl
Norman and associates hold on
Portland Is understood to cxoir;
Wednesday, February 9. , .
"I do not wish to say anything
tha matter at thia time." said Mr
man. "There la. In fact, nuthl,
say. Tou may uae any statenu n
msv hava secured from other sou
The prospective purchaser , of !
Portland would neither confirm or;
a report that he had bean unai
raise tha money needed to con
tha sale, and that he would n
extension ""of rtlmo" onoption oi !
certainty that ha would hava the i '
ready before the extension ;explr
PEARY NAMES T. R:
FOR POLAR LE
, - -
(t?nitad Preas Leased ' Wire,
Waahins-ton. YeU. A iurf
the torrid to the frigid gone 4
gcated for. Theodore Roosevelt I
Commander Robert. E. Peary, i
tervlew . Peary suggested ' that I
Roosevelt - would make, an' ldea
for .the Antarctic expedition, whl
Peary Arotlo club has proposed 1
dertake, provided the National!
graphical society shares In the v'ii;
Peary's ship, the Roosevelt, In which
made his voyage to the north, would,
placed at the disposal of Its fam
namesake. - ' ' ; ' I
Mi-6-na Puts the Stomach in Fine
Shape in Five Minutes.
''If your stomach' Is continually kick
ing tip a disturbance:, you feel bloated
and distressed; If you belch gas and
sour food into ' the mouth, , then you
need Ml-o-na Stomach Tablets. . "
, Ml-o-na stomach tablets give instant
relief of -course, , but' they do more:
they drive out the poisonous gases that
cause fermentation of food and thor
oughly clean,- renovate and strengthen
the stomach ao that It can readily di
gest food without artificial 'Hid,
. Ml-o-na stomach tablets . are guaK.
antoed HtO iCuro indigestion,: acute or
chronlev or money ; back.i This means
that : nervousness.-; dizziness - and : bil
iousness will ' disappear. Druggists
everywhere and - Woodward, Clarke &
Ca sell Mi-o-na for SOc. v; s s r ; . .
"I was under the care of four dif
ferent doctors during nine months iand
was eured of dyspepsia by. Mi-o-na,"
Mr. .'Joseph . Grqndine, , 197 Fountain
Street, FalL River, (Mass.1 ;
' ..Mall ' orders filled,"' all charges ; pre
paid, by Booth's , Mi-o-na, Buffalo,. N.T.
.Booth's Pills ' for constipation -.and
to stimulate the liver, , They are ' a
pleasant surprise to constipation suf-"
fereis. 26c at all aruggista
HOW IT CURED
Says Miss Gertrude Gatlln, of Tim-
oervuie, Miss., Alter She Had
Taken Cardul For HerPaias
Tlmberville, Miss. -Miss Gertrude
Gatlin of tbls place writes:
"I did , not know that anything
could stop the womanly palna from
which I had suffered for two years,
until I tried your wonderful medl
cine, Cardul. 1 ' '' '
I had been troubled with various
female ailments, hut they were eured
in a little while, thanks to Cardul.
"When I heat any of my friends
say they feel bad, I tell them to try
Cardul. It is a "blessing to woman
Kot. every medicine can.bede
pended on to cure a woman's ills.
- Not every tonic will bring back
- Cardul, the woman's tonic medi
cine, will do both, hy Uhe" power of
its . unique, s specific, curative,
strengthening ingredients, especially
adapted for use In cases of female
0f Composed exclusively of pure, veg
etable materials,' with " 'a gentle;
strengthening action on the system,
Cardul is - perfectly harmless to
young and old and .can he relied
upon to have, absolutely no bad aft
er effects. . ,
: Thousands of thankful ladles have
written to tell of the benefit Cardul
has been to -them. -Why; not ' to
yotft , .
, Will yorf try it? . -
Please do. '
-Nr B Avrlle to: Ladles"" Advisory
Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co.i Chat
tanooga, Tenu., for SneclaL Instructions.
ana page oooK. "Home
for Wemen," senv ln plain '
request,. i . -..
COMPOSE PARTY NOW
, ' r TOURING THE COUNTRY
Refusal has been made to honor-the
insurance policies holdby tha World
Film Manufacturing company : which
recently suffered by fire at -the expo
sitfon grounds. This refusal is on the
ground that a question has arisen' over
the causa of the fire, which caused a
loss of about $40,000 worth of property.
Roseburg, Or., .Feb. 3. Twentv-elaht Lewis H. Moomaw. manager of the con
of Roseburg's leading business men earn, ba been closely questioned over
every- one of them boosters comprise fhe affair, and haa admitted making
tha Douglas county excursion in neigh- false affidavit to the list of articles
boring towns of Douglas county to pro- said to have been destroyed. ' , : ' i ' '
mote a more general spirit of coopera Tha ' Insurance policies are In . the
tlon In promotion work and learn at Shawnee and German-American Insur
first hand the true extent and character ance companies, Morgan & Robb, local
of resource that await development, In agents. . Goods in the office of Moo
accordance with ' Publicity Manager maw In tha Henry building, have been
Darby Richardson' slogan: "Know your attached by Constable Lou Wagner, and
own county first and then advance It among the articles are a number given
intelligently and truthfully1 as being destroyed In tho fire. Furthet
Tha party Is in charge of Darby Rich- Investigations reveal a' question over
arpson, noscDurg s oooster, i who is' the fire, and the district attorney's of
waging a successful cam Dal en niralnar I fl,- lm taken nn the mntter to tuw.
exaggerated and misleading advertising I tain whether or. not there are ground
'"v v"""unj. nu me excur-I more se noun. 1 : . . . .
ion waa promoted Dy ntnt In order that Witnesses ., who have - been seen In
they might get better acquainted with! the matter say that Moomaw ran to tha
m resources ana advantages of this fir alarm box on the night of the fire,
county. .. All the towns to be' visited but did not pull the alarm. He' re
have made extenelve preparations to re- turned to the fire. Tire blaze started
celva tha visitors and show them the in a room near where f Moomaw was
advantages of their community. - ' sleeping.- The latter denies having any
Ths following Is the personnel of the thing to- do with the fire. He Is the
phrtJ: ;T Bootn' Darby Richardson, son of D, L MoOmaw, who was former
r . T , " '-'mgenpeel, I postmaster at waiter city.1 He did not
aauai,.. v."U izer, H. Guest, W. C own any stock in the concern
Ltauuua, Henry iiartn, H. -C. Darby,
George Neuner, I. Abraham. B. A.
Mahan. H. T. MoClallen, A. G. Seeley,
M. Y. Rice, J. A- Murray, Rev, Charles
W.i Baker, C.' D. Beale, Sheriff B. ' Fen
ton, S. Josephson, B. T. Fullerton. I
E. Milled ge. L. B. Wallace. F. B. Ray
mond, CW. Clark, official photogra
pher; E. B. Barber of Rosebura rteview
and " I Riches, : representing , The
Journal. . , . ,
Digests Pounds of Ar'
Kind of Food You
: Like to Eat.: .
- ' j --"',-" 4--- '' -
And Nothing Else In the World
Kodol Will Do This.
IAN HELD TO IA
GLEAS0N TO NAME V
. . . FIGHT CITY SOON
Arrested after a chase to Porto Rco,
and thence to China and return by the
Pinkerton detectives, Sam D. Gray, alias
Carl Ryder, who is alleged , by tho
Spokane, Wash., Feb. 3. -Promoter havo bilked merchants of portland'out
Jack Wesson -of San Francisco, who ar- of more than 14000, has been taken to
c!fi !H- t0day wlth the ffrles- Seattle, Wash., for trlaL- Gray operated
H,0teC w.t.K,Upe ftnn10"n:e till, afternoon in all cities .of the Pacific coast and
HJi,.VJC..0,,,,toda,:,I" p0Bl" u adduced to have swindled merchants
tlvely Would name the place of maortne- e ih.n tmnou xt.... ' "
for the Jeffriea-Johnson fight' He saia Brok? and th Ora'wn TT"0"!
an rancisco would undoubtmiiv h ...:..
nttmt ' i ' ' ' ...... 4viiu.nu yicunil OI
. Gray appeared In Portland and Seat
tle with a letter of Introduction- to
wholesalers from J. W, Sorlber, a La
Grande, Or., banker. From flva or six
Portland firms and a like number f
The Southern Pacific comnanv'fi ltno.1 Seattle wholesale houses ha bought mer.
In Oregon will grant a one and ona third chartdise. Ha .said he intended to start
EXCURSION RATES . '
FOR HERMIST0N OPENING
far fof tha round trip from all points ;
to Hermtston, Or., for tha opening of
a stare in la. uranue.
Ha is charged with reshlpplng the
tha third unit of the Umatilla irriiHnn I goods , to Colorado and , selling , them
project by tha United States government there. - Six Seattle firms will, prosecute
at Jitermision, . -eoruary 10. Tickets ray
will be on sale February 6 and 7.
Golden dole to Play llood. . ,
Hood River, Or., Feb. J. The Goldenl
dale High school . basket ball team will
ha In Hood Riven Friday, TTcbruarv
to pl;iy local Htgh school team. Tjhe
Hood River team has won every game
played this year, and If it wins from
vJ. ,W. Scrlber, the banker whose name
was signed to Gray's letter of intro
duction, is under Indictment by the fed
eral grand Jury; for forgery In connec
tion with the downfall nf the" Farmers
& Traders' bank of 1 Grande. He will
be tried In Portland, ttv ; c -
Treatment ' m J . - " ir0m IValalast week aai.i that ani
rapper, on I oldll . will be the champion team" uiei-wcr heHd4 from fcHitlt
. - of tlieCo!unibia liver district 1 UCy county.
A Seattle man - who paaaed through
e for liar
Tou can eat what you want e
food you like, and bava no fear o'i
gestlon or Dyspepsia, if you w'
take a little Kodot now and th C
your stomach do its work, Jt yotri
ham and eggs, or bacon, potatoes, j
biscuits, cakes a nice little staai,
ao6d wholesome dinner, or any food
you may want to eat you need not li
tate. If you will only take a little K
aftM vmif meals. , Kodol la the c
preparation that will do the work t
healthy stomaclv, Tou might take
handful of tablets, powders, or other c
forms, of So-called digesters, and tv
wouldn't do you ti much good as
tablespoonf ul of Kodol. , We don't
you to take our word for this. Prov
to yourself, a Dont , take any chance
having Nervous .Dyspepsia, i Gastr
Acute Indigestion and -other ?- ser:
stomach aliments. . Get a bottle of
today on our guarantee, If It f f
help you. it costs : youl 'nothlnj
guarantee Get a dollar bottle of i'-i
If you are not benefited the dru
will at once rerurn your money. 1,
hesitate; any druggiat win sen f
Kodol on these terms. The dollar t
contains - tlmea as much as tin I
bottley, Kodol is prepared In the la
Stories of B. C. Do Witt & Co., Chli
For Headaches j
Caused by sick stomac)-
. regulated bile, sluggish bo.t
nervous strain or overwJ
the "safest and surest remecn
Sold Efarywkere. bosaa 10c a0J i
blood makes a m' f
Pimply complexion, neaaacnes. nu.r
indiVestlon. Thin blood msikcs J
weak.' naie, ..m,v.. ouiuut ajjw;
ters makes the blood rich, red,
restores penw ncaim. ,
fit nnn ltchlna Instantly. Curi
ecxema, salt rneum, letter, uci.
hemes, scabies Doan's Olntme.i
any dfur store.
For a nlld, easv action of the l'
1 single dose of uoan's Regul
enough. Treatment cures habitua.
stloailon. 25 cents a box.
druggist for them, (
Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil Is tlx
remedy for that- often fatal dist .
croup. Has been used wtth suc-fi
onr fsmily for eight years." Mr'
Whiteacre. Buffalo. N. T. t