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NEWLY ELECTED GFFlCEr.S CaDER CP THE EASIl,.. GTAH FCJiiE
in i it i I I , 1 r
TO BEHEAD HER
Mrs. Edna Bolen Recites Tale
of Continued Mistreatment;
Husband Tells of Deception
Worked by Fair Damsel.
Two' or three time a week for nearly
nix years S. T. Bolen amused ,htmselt
by pointing a revolver, at Ms wife,
Fometlrfies at her head and sometimes at
her heart; and threatening to shoot her.
Ruoh was the testimony of Mrs. Edna
Bolen in the circuit court this morning
In seeking a divorce;; , ;.'',' ;':
Now and then Bolen vsrled the mo
.rmtony by more fantastic threats, Mrs.
Bolen testified. He threatened to take
lvr to the woodshed and cut off her
head with an axe. He put ft rnxor under
his pillow many times, .assuring .her
he meant to cut her throat from ear to
ear while she, slept.
Suffered Too long.
Mrs, Bolen was attired in black, wear
ing a short skirt and a black hat with
long plumes. She said she had stood
the treatment of her husband about six
years too long, and finally decided to
lrave. He Is a railroad man. Once
when he was out of town she left the
house. Bolen was very Jealous; she
aid, and once he knocked her off a
rhalr when she could not remember
where she had obtained a purse that
attracted his attention. , She had owned
' It several years, she explained, and
.n,iii nnt recall where she KOt It ' .
Airs. Bolen, when her decree is signed
" by Judge Morrow, will resume her
maiden name of Edna Adams. She and
vtninn vera married in Iola, Kan.. In
. 1 Behind Closed Doors. J
XV. C. Pieeott. a nephew of C. H
Plggott, the attorney who . represented
him. almost broke down in lemng now
he had been deceived in Hazel Irwin,
whom he married last Christmas eve.
The details of the case were such that
Judge Morrow requested all women to
retire from the court room peiore ine
testimony was heard. '
Plggott said . his suspWojis were
aroused within ft few days by the tele
nhone calls his wife made for ft "friend
on the east side," and on New Tear's
day he learned the worst, when he saw
' her with another man. After the first
week he did not live with her. '
Hartman Tired of Women.
Mrs. Emma Hartman said Paul Hart
man told her he did not want any wo
men around to bother him. That was
while they were living In a tent at the
Cascades In July, 1907, where Hartman
was employed. She obliged him and
has not lived with him since, they
were married in Maple Falls, Wash., In
1904. She will resume her former name
of Emma Walker.
Mrs. Pearl Collamer told of being de
serted bv John P, Collamer In Septem
her, 1907. after less than-four' years of
: married life, : Gossips told her he ran
sway with another woman. He left
.their, two children, whose custody she
was awarded. She married Collamer In
Encampment, Wyo., In December, 1903
POLICE SQUAD HELD
FOR STRIKE DUTY
. A squad of uniformed and special
policemen is being held at; police head
quarters In case of emergency during
the draymen's strike, while many are
helne sent out on wagons. , The names
of the special policemen appointed fol
1(. A. Harms, W. H. Boyle, F. W.
Huntington, J. E. Springer, J. H. Bouck,
F. O. Blazler, F. E. Pope, R. L. Calavan,
fi. Myers. J. G. Bowley, W. L. Smith,
Ted McElwatn, F, W. Tyler, D. L. Wat
son, C. A. Wylle. P. B. Parkinson, Mart
Myers. John F. Hilton, Roy Lee Harris,
Edwin B. Weber, F. C. Short, J. E,
Shaw, TV. S.' Hammond, E. D. Tark, G.
11. Horton, U.- Willard, J. C Boyle, R.
E. Chapln, A. J. Gordon, W. -J. Jen
nlngs, U A, Daugherty, J. R. Avery,
J. E, Moore, A. D. Cahlll, H, F. W
Scheer and William Stein.
In addition to the special policemen
sworn in more than 10 employers have
INSURGENTS PLAN NEW
ONSLAUGHT ON CANNON
(United Prens lettrt Wire.) V
Washington June 17. The house
rules committee today agreed to report
. xavoraDjy, tne ; Bniney - resolutions de
4 pnving other house committees of
power to place legislation in preferen
tial positions. , The Insurgents are hope
ful that the resolution will end the prac
tire of "smothering bills in committee."
Democrats and Insurgents have agreed
to support the resolution and it is ex
pected that the fight will, eclipse the
ramous rules right of March last
Representative Murdock said:
"The Shirley " resolution lr not t
actly what we want but its favorable
report -.-was a victory. - We -expect "to
create iu committee -on committees at
ine next session or congress."
To the Public
Wc are Agents for Parisian Sag
: ana iv.now tne uuarantee
is Genuine. .
, ; s Woodard, Clarke & Co
Parisian Bsge.'lhe quick acting hair
reeiorer. is guaranteed: .
-To stop falling hair. ' " ;
To cure dandruff.
To cure itching of the scalp.
To put life Into faded hair.
To make harsh hair soft and luxuriant
To make hair grow, or rnone bark.
What Parisian Sage has done for oth
ers It will do for you. . Read the follow
Jngi i .
, "I was told of your great remedy, pa
riman Sage, that It would grow hair on
bald heads, so I got a bottle and tried it
and it- Is fine. I am a young man. and
only 25, and was completely bald on the
top of my head, and now 1 have hair one
inch long, with the use of only one bot
tle. I shall certainly keep on using It
i.ntll I have a good head of .hair, which
I have no doubt it will bring." Oscar
ArmHtrong, engineer. Belleville Horse-
' i nnd T?olllnr "'Mill CO,' Belleville.
I . .1 . ..Hg. i 1, I VU8. ,, ,
1'wriPiaiV Sag. Is lit" most 'delightful
1 uli dressing made, and is a great favor.
lie n idi ladles .Vi'hn' doslrn. beautiful and
i'iMtviant hair. Price 60 rent .ft large
W.iti,' at Womiril, riorkf" !."., or by
e r-'"''-.K, ' t!'rs ft. .altl, from Glronx
tV. I., iiiui", N. V. The girl with
:-n -'v Is on e'v ry l'"t"?.
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heading from left to rlghtr Mrs. Ella
Vlasonic Order Concludes Con
vention Eastern Star Also
This afternoon will see the close of
Masonlo week in Portland. ' The grand
chapter, A. F, and A. M.. will wind up
three days' session late today with
the Installation of the newly electee;
grand officers! Following this cere
mony the body frill adjourn.
Practically the entire morning session
today was devoted to ft discussion of
the ; committee's report having to do
with, the subordinate lodges in the Ju
risdiction in,degree work. Just before
adjournment the report was adopted
without amendment, although, u j is
known that there was considerable op
position to the change provided for in
the report . -: t .
Grand Treasurer W. A. Cieiand was
busily engaged throughout the forenoon
in reimbursing the delegates for the ex
pense incurred in making the trip -to
Portland and return.; The grand lodge
undertakes Id pay the expenses of one
delegate from each blue lodge, and as
there are nearly 160 subordinate lodges
in the state. It required over 11500 to
pay th mileage of the representatives.
The following orncers were eieciea
by the grand lodge at th seeslon yes-
Grand master, Charles . woiverton,
Deputy grand master, Thomas M.
Baldwin, Prlnevllle. '
Senior grand warden, George n. aur-
-Junior grand waraen, a. t. epenoer,
Grand treasurer. W. A. Cleland. 'Port-1
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Grand secretary, James F. Robinson,
J. E. "vVerleln. Portland," trustee ofll
thA Mliirn1nnnl fund.' . ' . i
All of the new officers were elected I
without oDnoBlllon except the Junior I
grand warden.1 For this place there I
ii niritp,i ennteat th honor finallu I
rn n. in K K. Bnonrpr nf Knrenft. - , , i.
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t Grand Master Woiverton will
nounce the BDDolntlve of fleers lmmedl- 1
atelr after the elective officers are in
stalled this afternoon.
O. XL S. Concludes Meeting. " '
The annual convention of the Order
of the Eastern Star concluded its work
yesterday arternoon. During tne clos
ing hours of the session ft committee
was appointed to visit the grand lodge.
This, committee, which was charged
with the duty of extending the con-
gratulatlons of the iJwivcs and daugh -
ters1' of - masonry, was composed : of
Paot Grand Patron G. M. Hyland and
Past Grand Matrons Jennie E. Rcames
and Margaret Lutke. ! Later In the af
ternoon the fraternal visit was returned
by a committee from the grand lodge,
composed of B. B. Beekman, J. B. N,
Boll and H. L. Pittock
A ceremonial session of the-tribe of
Al Kader. nobles of the Mystic Shrine,
will be held in Jhe Masonic temple to
morrow ms" i.
RAIN AIDS CROPS :
IN PAL0USE BELT
' fftnwt.l ntiD.tch In Tb. 3onrn.l.V
Lewiston. Idho, June 17Baln' fell
for several ' hours yesterday in North
loue ana we aajaceni. rH-wm
ine growing gram m we v.ierwavr
"SSL "f. -21 SS?"Lf
was beneficial. In the -Anatone and
Palouse districts the rain : was badly
grain nu - nay ""T.
predict the heaviest barley and timothy
yield on .the Nez Perce prairie since It
was' opened- up; tr settlement 15 years
ago, and wheat and oats will be above
normal average. Barley is estimated
at 75' to 100 bushels an acre and tim
otby two and a half tons. ' ,
SUES CAR COMPANY
FOR $7500 DAMAGES
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Caught between two cars on a curve
at Twenty-fourth and Vaughn street
April 24. Harvey Hutton has begun suit
gainst the Portland Railway. Light &
Power company for $7500 damages, and
$150 more to pay doctor's bills. He
had started to take a car down town,
he says, when the 'car on the other
track caught him. ,
Portland Man Complains.
(Steclitl DlntraWi t The Jonrwtl.V
Salem. Or.. June 17. E. L. Thomp
son, of Hartman & Thompson, Port
land, proprietor of,' the Clover Hill
dairy farm near t)ccr island, has filed
a complaint with the railroad conimls"
slon protesting against the station fa
cilities and charging that the' large
amount of business originating at that
place Is Inadequately handled: He asks
a commission to look into the service
and compel either the, 'Northern Pacific
or tne Astoria & Columbia Kiver rail
road, both of, which use- a stretch of
tha road between Goble' and Portland,
to-' furnish more arMauate station 1 f-
': Borgflpld, "If " Arroslod.
' Edward ' UergflcliJ,- wanted t lit - this
county on & forgery I'lmrge, was ar
rioted today , at Taeoma, . The com
plaint whs filed agatnHt him In May, and
citlorts will bn made to have him re.
turned to. tlila elate for piosccutloa..
Simmons Washburn, most worshipful grand" matron; II. J. Bqyd, worshipful grand patron; Clyde Evans,
associate grand patron; Mrs. Jennie Rlnehart, worshipful grand matron. , :, : . . ,
Police Search s for Charles . I,
. Briner; Worker for Wall .
Charles I Briner of 24S Monroe
atreet, has been charged with the em
bezzlement of 1140 of the funds of
H. P.- Christensen & Co.. oil and wall
paper dealers, at Seventh and Alder
streets. -,. '. .. ., :- .-.v. .
Briner has been, the manager for the
Christensen company for some time.
Some time ago it was discovered that
he was short in his accounts and he
covered the deficit with a mortgage on
his home on Monroe street Within ft
day or two ago it was discovered that he
noQ agam arawn on the company's
funds and an investigation showed ft
Shortage of HQ. . .
Experts were put to work on the
books by J, T. Healey, president of the
company,, and It 1s said . that their
Work shows that ft shortage of at least
$890 exists. s-.
.The complaint against Briner has
been filed, but he was not arrested at
noon. .. At his home it was stated that
he was downtown. ': Briner's downfall
la said to be due to fast living.
40 MACHINISTS JOIN '
LOS ANGELES STRIKERS
(TJnlted Prwa Leaxd WIra.l
, Los Angeles, Cal., , June 17. Forty
machinists Joined the striking metal
workers today, according to union lead
ers. Many of these, It was reported,
were employed at the Llewellyn iron
works, on which the strikers nr rnn,
centrating their efforts. Unless strike
oreaKers are orougnt rrom tne east
miuiy xne larger worxs ana rounanes
win oe compenea to close their doors
uie ena ,oi xnis wee, me strikers
Claim. ' , '
; oon meetings were neia today near
several or the larger foundries. Strikers
and labor leaders addressed large audi
ences of employes.
ocumsij, nursweii 01 m tounaers
A T- , i t . . i j i . .
an-i""1" auiujrcrs ussuaauon is trying xo
secure men in other cities to come to
Los Angeles to. replace the strikers
DEATHS IN CHICAGO - :
FROM TERRIFIC HEAT
(United Prewi Wife.)
Chicago, June 17. Six deaths from
heat have been reported, to the police
j during the past 2 hours. Today an old
jman and two children succumbed. ' .
poy In "Glider'J Mortally Injured.
gan Francisco, June 17.- While flying
In his home made "glder,', ft motorless
aeroplane, today near the Presidio res
ervation, John Speyer, 17 , years of age,
fell to, the ground, fracturing his ribs
B? pciumk uuq ,Un,., ,
pulmonary nemorrnage onuri uino
afterward at the Presidio general hos
pital. Young Speyer constructed his
own glider from a model received from
the east. Today was his first trial.
Bunker Hill Day Celebrated.
Boston, Mass.. June 17.Boston and
vicinity today Joined in the customary
celebration of the anniversary of the
battle of Bunker Hill. The patriotic
demonstration centered,' as usual, In
Charlestowh, the scene of the famous
The celebration was begun at
mfdnight with the lighting Of huge bon-
fires. In the forenoon there, were mili
tary and .naval pageants, . followed . by
.,,j hv nmtnlnent uneftkers
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PORTLAND AWD" VICINITY:1'
PAIR TO-NIGHT. SATURDAY
lJ.i'aia A11D rBODABU. JAPJia
r CREOORv'AND AGH1NC1T0N:
PAIR T0-NI0HT. SATURISaY
PAIR AND PROBABLY VAT! I SR.
NORTH TO Vfir-T WIND?.
IMVl U..S. Department of Agriculture - J H
i? WEATHER. BUREAU L '
XXsX-0 J ' -WILLIS -t; MOORE. Chifa A ft
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II FAIR TO-NIGHT. SATURDAY ' , a I
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for li war
White Woman Enjoys Lights of
City in Company With
Members of ft gay auto party two
Chinese mission boys and a white girl
all clad in the finery of a Joy ride.
though somewhat bedraggled from a
night In Jail, were taken before Mu
nicipal Judge Bennett today on a charge
of "after hours," preferred by. Patrol
man J. P. Murphy.
Lou Wah. ft sporty Chinese,, who said
he is a Sunday school boy, but who could
not explain the presence of a bottle of
whiskey in the auto, was fined J2G, lund
Winnie Gardner, ft la-year-oia eaiem
srlrl. was fined ft like amount. George
Wonr. the third member of tuft trio of
jor riders, will btf'trled June Jl. V ; '
jravroimau murpuy .rrcsicu uw imw
at Twentieth and East Going streets.
The driver ef the machine told him he
had been ordered to take the party to the
home of the Good Shepherd, but when
he arrived they ordered lilm to pro
ceed.' without stopping. - . y- v
All' pleaded not guilty, but neither at
tempted to explain the circumstances.
DARRINGT0N IS WINNER
IN ANTI-JAPANESE FIGHT
I rtnlr.it PteM LmuwA VIn. -
Everett. Wash., June 17. Judge
Black of the superior , court today de
nied the application of the United States
Lumber company, owning. a mm at
Darrlngton, Wash., to restrain the peo
ple of the town from interfering with
the work at' the mm. -me Japanese
driven out of Darrlngton were all em
ployes of the lumber company, far
the people of Darrlngton have won every
point in their fight against the orientals.
Harvey -W, Boott,. editor of the Ore-
Konlan. is confined to nis nome witn
severe attack of sciatic rheumatism.
Mr. Scott has been absent from his of
flee 'for, some time, part of which he
spent at the Hot Springs underglng the
treatment there for his ailment. He
has recently returned to his home in
this city, where he has been under the
care of a professional masseur. It is
stated fhat while the ailment is very
painful: that Mr,, Scot is progressing
rapidly toward recovery ana tnai wunin
a few days he will be at his office again.
;,;'. ;;W111 Launch Echo,",";.-
! The new gasoline' to wboat built for
the 'Shaver, "Transportation "-company
will ,be launched at the yards of the
Portland . Shipbuilding company tomor
row, and she will have her trial trip
about Wednesday. :. The name of tha
new bpat-will be-Echo, and she will
be fitted with all of the most modern
equipment, 'including electric lights and
an air starting ana , reversing aevice.
She will have pilothouse control. The
Echo will be used for light towing in
the harbor and as a dispatch boat. She
has a 100 -lwrsepower' engine and was
built at a cost of about $9000. ,
Pennsylvania Germans Meet. .
Reading, Pa,, ' June 17,The annual
convention of the German:American Al
ltanoe of Pennsylvania began in this
city - today, to continue until Monday,
Onef the features of tha gathering
will be a celebration Cf the 200th anni
versary of the German settlement at
Womelsdorf, the home of Conrad Wel
sor. ' Many of the visitors to the con
vention will remain for the state san
gerfcat to be held here next week. , '
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txcuNvroRV Mm ,, .,,,
niwiiMi una a m. mir-"' A"
rediifwd 1A KM I.vel. , '
;. wooniimwmliMl ! thminn iwm'l r' 'if"'',
IwT.u,.., nt rt4"l Im" I w h l"'u P""""'
,0 h. dr. only l ma. Inn, ", fnH' ' . . . ft,
Sni-'Ui taHir.t. Miu of th: (J el.tr; Q lrtl deurty, O
j (. ,,,.. itliiu. Aimu v oi'Jl Id
..',l U.kn,,, n.nl.ll. il It .1UI T IHIrfl, win
R FrPf!tpH; flt RiytP.Pnth
and Jefferson Streets; Best
Arransements haw been made for
the construction of a new riding acad
emy at Sixteenth and Jefferson streets.
The structure will be erected at a cost
of -about 1150.000. The work on the
buildinsr will commence Immediately.
Th buildinsr will stana on a ioi
100x100. which has been leased by Sam
uel E. Kramer and T. S. McGrath for
a term of 15 years. Kramer and Mc
Grath will put up the building and the
concern will' be known as the Kramer
The structure will be made or brick I
nl eonerete and will be fireproof. It
wiU be three stories high, with ft roof
nrden. It will be ft strictly modern
ridins: academy and the builders promise
It will be one of the best in the north-
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HUSBAND SWORE TOO
' MUCH TO SUIT WIFE
Bnrt . Gorhara ; found so much fun In
swearing ' at , hla , wife , that sometimes
he would sit in his chair and grind out
the cuss words while she said not a
Mrs. Gorham ssys she asked her hus-
neiKhbors from hearing;' but he told her
tha neighbors, -as well as herself, could
go 40 a place not mentioned Polite
circles. He also told ner, sne says, sne
had no sense, but if she oniynaa norse
sense he would ba satisfied. In July
. i..t ... h. f. with a in nf imntiii
bills, she alleges, and remained away
fiv. months., leavlnr her aeain. with
more unpaid bills behind, on-April 1
last They were marnea in uregon
in 1907. .
Mav Rattv declared Earl Ratty told
h.r h Wnnirt he Had to have her leave.
and he left her to split her own wood.
Besides, he falsely accused her ' of ad -
mirlno- ntVi.r men nrt finfin he told her
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io go biiu nBv o.nui.ioi "
CUSes mm ox gauiuims uiu irayim ii'o
work for her to perform. She desires
to resume her former name of May
Praneuf. Her married life began last
July and she has one child, ,
STARTS SUIT TO STOP
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CA1 C nP MIIPH QTOPIf
oALt Ur WlUUn OlUU
Alleging W. L. Ducey Is imperiling
$31,000 worth' or stock of the Oregon-
Idaho company p?ticed as a deposit with
the Security Savings ftTrust company
topcure anoiner.ueai. a, a. -..ji eroracno
nas pegun buii in vu cireun wmv lu
restrain the sale or tne stock. ',
Dueey rewently conducted a sale
$20,000 worth, of stock of .the .company
under a contract by which the com-
pany was to nave oougnt oacK a pur-
chase ror tnat, sum auer one. year ir
uucey ciiwbo .u
me siock. e is hiu u i.avo uuuKiu m
the $20,000 worth of stock at this sale
for $4000. ' .
i Oklahoma Case, Postponed.
ITTn!tid Prem Ltaud Wlra.I
Guthrie,' Okla., June 17. -r- Federal
Judsre Cottrell today postponed to June
20 the hearing on the petition-of eitl-
sens of Guthrie for a restraining order
to prevent the removal of , the state of
flees from Guthrie to Oklahoma City.
Cottrell. who - Is ft property owner in
Guthrie, said he considered himself dls-
Qualified thereby from hearing 'the case.
) Baromet r ..
Wind, Direct loo
Wind , Vel 00 1 ty ,
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Maximum t erjipftr a t ui
' yesterday;.'. "'
Wreck at Arlington Files Six
teen Freight Cars Into tho
Sti ll Dispatch tb Th Journl.
" Pendleton. Or., June 17. Four men
are dead, a freight engine is in the Co
lumbia river and ,16 cars are piled up
between the track and . the river as a
result of a disastrous wreck on the
,.!. Una II. II A M IllHt WPSt I
4,na-An- tn rn. ' re-
celved here this morning. Railroad
wires are down and details are meager,
The freight train was Portland bound he must write & declaration and de
and' was running' along the Columbia scrlptlon of ' the articles he la brlna
ri vap wnon nii,n,inr no ri urn iiiui i
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down tne Diurr snuntea ini train ui
the track and down the embankment
miu me , river., .
According to renorts.' the engineer and I
M riiiiUMuci :,:
wh .n ivunS ".:' r i'Y
boxcar were fatally mangled. Traffic
was tied up for several hours, but th
track is now clear and trains are run
AT THE THEATRES
Girl Show Coming.
No less than 17 girls are on the new
nrncrnm uphlph rilava nevt weelr At the I
Grand, t One act has seven and another
six girls. Tim McMahon's watermelon i
girls are making their first trip to the
coast. The six English Juggling girls t Kooseveitr was very happy today. -are
on their first American tous. lonir for the quiet of Oyster Bay,'. be
4 BIk i.
At the Star "In the Border States"
heads the list: at ma Arcaae " um
Joke"; at the Oh Joy "The House on
the Hill": at the Odeon championship
wrestling match .Is offered under the
title of 'The Russian Lion." New bins
at these houses Sunday.
Chorus Girls' Content.
Tonight at-the Lyrio In .conjunction
with the regular performance the
chorus girls of the Armstrong Musical
Comedy company will hold their regular
weekly contest This has. been a treat
u",u" ,Z "
Noy - 4 prent, vim vl
Paree" is ft hummer.
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I;". '';y";'.;-,At the) Oaks.' .'...;.:.'.'. '.
The new- auditorium at.the Oaks is
ui ln k n. , . nr nni
music that the city has heard since
Llberatl was here last . Llbcratt has
some wonderful soloists. Each evening's
pr0Bram contaln" BOme dellghtful "0l08'
Great BUI at Fantages.
This week's bill at Pantages is one
of the vaudeville season's real hits,
Arnold, the world famous animal train
er, presents his troupe of performing
leopards and panthers ft wonaerrmiy
ensauonat muwubh.. y, f.:,:
I '; Spectacular Light Dance
: Pha.ma gives a beautiful spectacu-
lar light dance at the Grand, a comb!-
nation of colors, magnincent costumes
and electrical errects. in its ciass tnere
are few better than this specialty, which
i irwiv orHdMrv : Th . hill la com-
plete with comedians and singers. ,
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1 - "Snpho" at the Baker..
TheM w,u be but three more opvoT -
I tunltles to- see the powerful emotional
I i .cw. whth tho
?'Z"Z:" '-"'-Ui. "t" t.T
I . TTn.rann an mrnrn
L, at th, Baker this week. To-
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i nignt, tomorrow iiiniinuo nun uifenv.
1 be the last three performances.
"My Wife" Next Week.
An elaborate production of John Drew
and BIlHe Burke's big New York sue
cess, "My Wife" will be given by the
Baker Stock company at the Baker next
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wiaM XM r r" Bll Proaucuon la
comedy in the northwest ..,
"ALONG THE WATERFRONT
V.irhflntf TT.rrhn.nirA - rennrtfl - atAtS
that the United States gunboat Tork-
tow galle(j at ( 0-ciock last night from
San Francisco for Astoria.
I ln tow of the tu Dauntless, the con-
oriv,,. v.Pv kmv Turner arrived In the
j P)ver tnis morning from San Francisco,
gne jjas a fUi cargo of cement and will
discharge at Supple's dock,
This Is the
Becond of the Ocean Barge & Towing
company's crart to come-nere. -
( Carrying passengers na freight tne
steamer Breakwater arrived yesterday
anernoon irom oos one -wm
again xur iiiha jiu.;o iui.iu.iuw iiiu&iii.ik. I
With passengers and freight, the
steamer Geo. W. "Elder, Captain Jessen,
will be due to arrive tonight from Los
Angeles and San Francisco,
In order to finish Jier lumber cargo
for Panama, the German steamer Wotan
- 1 Captain Lorensen, moved last night
I from the North Pacific
I Portland Lumber company's mills.
I Captain Charles Amos expects to have
his new launch,, which is being built by
uurtis Bros., in tne water Dy next week.
The engine which is now on theway
i from Connecticut, is delaying the
launching of the boat. . ' c ,
. iafJiaiu. l.. vv. i uuc, , a itraii
sailing masters of many years stand
Ing, came up from Han rrancisco tm the
f Kteamer Oeo. .W. Fenwlcfc. in comnanv
With Captain Gus Peterson, and will
spend ' some time in this part of the
I country trout fishing,
Carrying , passengers ana general
freight, tho ' steamer Eureka, Captain
Thompson, will sail tonight for Eureka,
C B. WelcKor, manager or tne pacific
Export Lumber company, returned last
i night from Coos county, where, he has
been spending a short vacation,
At the Supple shipyards the new gas
ollne towboat Dlx was launched.' She
waa built for William Beyers.
The Shaver Transportation company's
boats have been ordered to take another
sea going raft down from Btella to the
mouth of the Columbia rive for the
Hammond Lumber company either Sun
day or Monday. It will be towed to Ban
Francisco by tne steamer ueorge , vv.
Fenwlck. - '. :' ;'- ' ' '
Carrying 38,000 barrels of fuel oil, the
I Associated OU company's tank steamer
J. A, Chanselor, Captain Macdonald, ar
rived yesterday afternoon at Llnnton,
At the request of District Forecaster
E. A. Beals, Chief Engineer C. W.
I Boschke has said that he will probably
arranee to build a permanent river
gauge on the new bridge to be built by
I tii O. R. Sr. N. 'Which no noon win oe
fnWirtd rnrrr nwuy
Bradshaw ' Bros., tlnalvrs In hats and
millinery, have begun Bultjn tbp circuit
court for $ 1 !1 7 pgalnut L. S.' Krakrs &
Co. on a Iill fur hnts nml milHturyi
bouplit between Jeinuary 28 ami October
li o last, j . sr.. .. - . -
Hopes Customs Officers Will
Not Put Prices Tco High
Sketched', by Davenport
Longs for Oyster Bay. '
n boara Kalserin Augusta, June 17.
Colonel Roosevelt was handed the
customs Diamt rorms today ort which
i - ,t . . . .
'"B uacK. xie was isurprjsea at. the
number Of questions in the form nut
8alr h8 wou,a tnroush tr.d .
of answerlnt? them nil nv
.,. .j n. ,,, ,
wary with a blank check with au-
fill In the amount of
"I hope the Inspectors will not valua
my. stuff 4oo highly,, especially the
gifts I ., am bringing back." said
Roosevelt "I have four cases of gifts
from European royalty but I also have
a lot of useless plunder. The roval
gifts are of great value and if ap
praised high, the trip will have proved
mlrhty epenslve.M. , , ,
Roosevelt was a guest of the eaiw
tain at dinner lsmt nlvht
briefly. Homer Davenport the car-
" kmcui uu werenea most
Ml Ml ON DOLLAR SUIT
IS FILED AT TACOMA
Taeoma, Wash., June 17. J, M. Cor
son, once a well - known 'Seattle poll-'
tlclan, has filed a million dollar suit
in the United States court through P.
C. Sullivan against E. W. Johnston and
1 Maude E. Johnston, coverina- a lot nf
mining claims near Nome Th m.
plaint alleges , that in 1906 Johnston
and Herbert Gray owned the , Snake
River group and the Wonder group of
,U1B omo oistnci.
i oguicmwu were , needed .to "Mrs
Johnston as trustee. B. D. Adams and
i r ,wr to worn tne mines
ana Py the agreed price, Corson
claims- mat tha Johnstons have taken
vui mum luiin & million, nouam' wnrtli
more than a million dollars' worth
of -''gold and that the expenses have
amounted to not more than $100,000.
but that no part of the money has come
to him, , . - . .- ; , ,
SEVEN DELEGATES WILL
1 - Portland wil be well represented at
tne rneeting to be held June 72, 231 24
-- k i. oan tv.ni. w u.
Coast Ad Men's association," by seven
""J-T Z I', " T
Vt,, . ..l.h
delegatesi- . C.' C. Chapman, 'manager of
"-IT""' ri.,M r V a
I. Advertising agency; Dave E. Block,
li- -iil company; George T. Atchley.
Morgan-Atchley company; H. R. Hayek,
Kllham Stationery company, and Guy T.
W" - J" "ru""':j:::r ZTl
rortiana ror caiirornia.
JAFT STANDS BACK OF
" KrtVi Ml
,1 .,"' J ' ... , - . ! .
unitd Press Letted wia '
- Washington, juns 17 As a result f ,
pressure by President Taft on ths hou.
an(j means committee, that com- '
mltte today decided to report a bill pro- '
vldlng for a bond Issue of 20,000,00
t ' iuinn aw w uuitu auLuv v t. tavivvvtWi
for the purpose of financing- and eom
oletInr reclamation nroleots. The sen
ate has passed a similar bill providing
for an Issue of 130,000,000 vrortu of
MEN IN RECLAMATION
- tTJntted Press Leaved Wirt.)
6hoshone, Wyo., June 17. A. C
rinirnsr . anil P. C. Hntih.r. ajmlatant
engineers of the reclamation service.
-h n r.ikin. mnA a iahnrm' nmi
drowne(i near here last night. The men
"M wer6 in ft boat, which capsixed.
SUBURBAN HANDICAP. ,
WON BY OLAMBALA
(UnltM Prett LmMd Tflre.) , . 1
Bheepshead Bay, N. June 17.
mills to thelolambala won the Suburban handicap.
His trme Was 2:0 1-5.
NEW YORK COTTOtf MARKET
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5 3 461 !
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1302 (fi 0
- July , .i
1225 3 22rr7 2T
I'scQsaled.'sr tee Ccsplcxica
Tcuct, Bata ana Karscry
Preserres and beautified the skin, soothes
Irritated and itching surfaces. Opens the
pores, thus hasteninar the expulsion ot
Impurities that cause eczema, pimples
rashes, etc. The daily use of Hay's Har
fina Soap is the surwst means of poB-wss-Ing
the fairest complexion, the softest and
hit h?nru. it rxvuliar healuii? and
antiseptic powers, posspd by no other
malt. If psnn'iaUv valuable in the
nursery, refreshing In the bath. 25o. at
druggUtf or direct on receipt ot pneo.
.-raibo ail stul co,iwrb,lJJl.A, W
Bay's Hair Eea'th never falls to reRtore
rirmrfl.-ilr fn its natural color and twwu.
ty. I not a dye. $1.00 and 50c. a bottle.
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PORTUm)- I?OWTJ ft MARTIN ;
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