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LTHE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL - PORTLAND, TUESDAY EVENINO, MAY SO, 1911.
IJ CAMPAIGN FOR I
i'' ' ' '
UB BATH ACT
HIT AT ORPHEUM
. ? fifteen Organizations to Give Scene in Cooling Room Evokes
Impetus to Already Great
Demand for Public Meeting
Applause; "That Minstrel
By A. I
Five sets with singing of about the
WlliwWn CIVIC orSKnlHmioni iiiTniiimi ciiMiiuirr miiiiu.i wfiuii"f wi
tMnltl ta nontrihuta tha maximum Of I now Mil .t th. ftrnh.um thla Mk
I vigorous effectlvnees to tha conelud- Originality marka "A Night In a Turk
'. 'fag days Of tba publto auditorium om-1 nh both." tha headline attraction fea
,4 palm. Thara ara Included tli Cora I turlng Bobert J. Wabb. with avolrdu-
merclai cluo. ( I no council, tivic im-iroii rnoucn 10 rntna a aoian waxier
rovment league. Realty board, Eajt I dabrlela and than not mlaa It. and a
. . . . 1 . . I. T. . iliih I. I , TKi
. HID. flUlinnil iUn VlUtli l w l t r viu IHlwr villi ui kicwi mwwvuvn. . i.w
Ad ctub and other. I scone, Uio cooling room, wn splendidly
X Plana Include full publicity, a tally-1 carried out and evoked laughta and ap-
'. ho parade for Saturday all day and un- piause. Braaiy comady la generously
' v til 10 p m. Saturday night and a pub- handed out with a touch of good heart
" ."lie meeting for Sunday night where It lnter.at With tha singing of Mr. Wabb
- haa been tantatlvaly arranged that nr. mt eci la wan ovueca ana muruuamy
"3. R. Wetherbee, W. ft lirlatol and enjoyame.
.Tndva.W. D. Fenton BhaJl rv the ape- arrni-aynr company in j nti win-
ara.' l wetheroee haa just conciunea i " put -
. m.-V.hi. tour f American elUaa. big Juat oraa play," but It waa funny.
collecting public auditorium data, and Old and new Jokes with muslo make
so much popular Interest haa Deen "'"' 1m i v
. Dreesed la tha flndlnga of this tour, uie ' , ""'
. t.'r.-7r. ...... k- nf h.ir I of ooatuma and aingi aonia caw aonga
ipubllo dltortum Vnd PortUnd". wto' br ftWUu"
fjury through tha lack of ana. that tha " i'.Tnd r,.,. t .n. .,.
il-Kii- rtntt to Kar him baa J. K. Murry and Clara Lana glng moat
. t.u. v, . nuitiKor arrant I " m"r wy luruugu a muaiwi cumroj
Father 94, Son 67, Both Veterans
a XCPPt 'or tha alnglng. Mr. Murry haa
? luncheon In tha corornorlcal club, John
" .7 V- ... . . ...kik., circuit in a r-parioira 01 new aonga
o. ki wi-e apropoa of a Ilttla of avarythlng.
'i Klin . ... . a
.i D1 opanaa oy ne UKuraa, gooa
. 'rr: i, " k foot Juggiera, and cioaed by tha Nar
n inaoraemeni or ma auuiivnuiu row brothera, who glva & alap atlck
, wnaaimouaiy aaopung rwu.un blcyc, ,c, wlUl v Jul blc.ci.
ITig lam auuiwnutn nana innuvb
PunlU In tha publlo achoola hara
ibaan wrtttnf aaaaya upon "Why Port-
VmiIi .n Auditnrium- ana a com-
1 mittaa conalaUna- of Marahall N. Dana, Pafjrra ThKtro Prriwnt Some
of Tha Journal; W. T. Buchanan, of that Highly Attractive Features.
unroniaa. ana w. m. v. wawn, ui
Telegram, ara now going oyer tha man
Michael Daraphoffer 8r. and M!chal Damphoffer Jr. of Vancouyer today
marched aide by aide.
Michael Damphoffer Br. waa bora In
rruoa In 1117. Ha anilatad In tha
RIOT OF APPLAUSE
(RptcUl Dlptrh to The
v.nroTier. Wkah.. May 10. Though
16 yaara old and feeble. Michael Darop
hnf.p iir loifitid hla coraradaa at Van
couver today and marched to tha city
park, where memorial eervicee wr
held. Dealdea hlra waa hla aon, Micnaei
Damnhoffar Jr.. who la 7 yeara old
Though the ObrrlU Sinters are billed I. h .ioa a veteran of tha ClTll war. Tha
aa tha headline at the Pantagee thla) J two enllated In the First Oregon cavalry
uacrlpts to pick out tha wlnnara for wrtt th tudenc, indicated laM nlgnt at Portland. Or.. In 1861. and served to
fil prtaaa offered. Soma or tha argu- that tn poiUr featuring should have tha oloee of tha war. traveling aide by
menta presented In tha aaaaya ara tery b9tn 01,4 wlth Evana Uoyd and .ij. nd were dlacbarged at Klamath
4 gooa ana um uiddb, or ine rie 0rMiyB Whltehouae. who make 20
school, one of the contestants, figures mlnut ny by thelr pieaalng. nonaenaa.
, that only ona peraon In In PorUand Whtn M, wjjjtchouae eenayM the role
- eotua get into me armory , nr rr- of an amateur aoprano and Lloyd ac- 1
, . Ident Booaevelt Maud Alvord of tha eonipanled ner on thB piano they In-1
Arlets school, believea that Portland ,ir6d a riot of appiau,e.
, ' floes not want 10 aiana aecona 10 any Th, ojrtta gi.tera- act consists of
i-city. tnawors u rnuat nave n an up to date adaputlon of tha old fash-
" torlnra. Oeo B. RMtor. "J .,h loned serpentine dance. Tholr coatumes
m !. 'VT " V are gorgeouB and their performance
. J upon the lack of a proper pUce to w.u wlth aadienca: ,
11""- .r ,,.V - -JT,t .... -t Tha Four Black Diamonds also ama
. - Welch, of the Holladay Bchool san TJ ta jor their share of applause. The
Lake la ISM.
French army and served five years as
musician. In 1SS6 ha cams to America
and In 1156 enlisted at Fort Monroe,
Va, in tha Ninth infantry and served
until 160. After hla discharge he came
with hla aon to Oregon and In tha fol
lowing year enllated In the Oregon cav
alry, lis resides with hla aon at Thir
teenth and Reserve streets, Vancouver,
and though practically deaf and feeble,
moves about with much alertness.
HARLAN'S VIEWS STRAIN
RELATIONS IN COURT
ftTaM.4 Pnaa Leased Wtre.l
Washington, May SO. As a result of
t L'Ji'l "illi hlch eompoaed of darklea who
such players , and singers and speak. I . ,..1 . n.
rs It hould be prorrasslvs nou'h t I act .consisting- of' dances and the aarcaaUa opinion axpreased by as
i " , aonga The last part of their act la aoclate Justice Harlan in his dissent
ThTt 6&T fimlirumlng to Portia " Ing vlow. in th. decision of th. United
- to .nMV a there irtit to ba aoma tha two heavyweights. H .uorema oourt yeatarday In the
Place to houas-the big crowda that will I J ?!!!-, Amarlcu Tobacco trust caae and hla
only U yaara old, of tha Holladay Mn,,nlM, nlnv,.. iymv aa k. Lv,. -t relations between JuaUca
'iVa-Vln.iTdo tolws7thal. wh ,ove" and Ka' ntertalnlng Harlan and tha other members of tha
la t-oint to ac t nouastne PoP' wnen . ,blu f . k.v. ,v-.i i- ,. i.nA .r. aaid
jresiaent . 7 ait comes wis 1a.11. 1 . - . . . 1 minwi ... -
, 7 r, , T I """ today upon reliable autnoruy w oe
not seem to ba un to their iiaiinl stand. I Strained.
ard this trip. Their conveyance Is I u said mat aevarai aiormy aoonn
callad a "Can of Humor." For tha moat I wars enacted in tha private chambers of
part the can remained sealed. I tha court during; the period that th
Neary and Miller, "The Dancing trust casea were under consideration
Phlends," can dance and do, but despite I Justice Harlan even then having strong
their skill they failed to make nartleu- ly opposed the attitude of his colleague
larly rood because their heart did not Juatlae Harlan had prepared a brief
seam to be In their work. Less staring I typewritten statement embodying hi
at the floor and more smiles would In- dissenting views prior to the announce
prove tbelr performance immensely, ment of the decision. When he started
to make his oral statement he is said
to have departed from his typewritten
outline and aatonlahed hia hearers with
the bltterneas and aarcasm with which
be attacked Chief Justice White's "rule
of reason," doctrine. The eight Justlcei
who bad to listen to Justice Harlan's
stinging: criticism of their decision
moved uneasily In their seats and Chief
Justice White's face flashed visibly. It
Is authentically reported that his col
leagues have taken exception to the
language used by Justice Harlan In dis
senting from their views In the two
' , TJst of Contestants.
- Below Js , given complete list of the
-contestant lor ths prises offered I
Norton Christensen, Stephens.
Harold Young.-- Stephana.
Gertrude Francis, Stephens.
Clifford Fairfax, Stephens. ,
Warner E.' Wlndnagle, Stephens.
Carl Edwin Brann, Stephens.
Frank Waiter, Falling.
Cells Isensteln, Falling.
Llllle Bender. Falling.
May Burgoyne, Falling.
Nelle Folsky. Falling.
Gertrude Zalk, Failing.
Raymond Koessel, Failing.
Abe Welnstein, Falling.
Donato Carlo, Failing.
Susie Stevenson, Fallipg.
Cynthia Emrlclt, Falling.
Elsie Burgoyne, Falling.
Harry Bader, Falling.
6am Welnstein. Falling.
Violet Toung. Falling.
Emily Newton, Holladay.
Flavla McDonnell, Holladay.
Florence Roag, Holladay.
Joe Freedman, Holladay.
Rosa Yeoman, Holladay. -
Eva Hutchison, Holladay.
Stanley Hourhton, HolladaTy.
Earl Van Home, Holladay.
Agnes Frem. Holladay.
Hasel Swanson, Holladay.
Wynlfred Chambreau, Holladay.
Catherine B. Messerly, Holladay.
Brtta Welch, Holladay.
Cleo E. Rector, Kelly.
Earl Bushong, Arleta.
George Garrett, Arleta,
Maude Alvord, Arleta
Ruth Gibbs, Arleta.
Helen Gamble, 112 East Tenth stret
Hedley J. Gloyn, 846 East First
Hasel Browse 8J Halsey street
Fay Wolfe, 31 Crosby street.
Abby Lyman, 202 East Thirty-second
It is expected that the prize winners
will be announced the latter part of
this week. The eeaays, it Is said, are
of such uniform excellence that It Is
difficult to choose between them.
V Jt Is expected that more than 1000
Democratic leaders of the Dakotaa,
K Montana. Iowa, Idaho, Oregon, Wash
,( Ington, Minnesota and probably Mlchl-
gan, will attend the big Democratic
conference of the northwest, which haa
been called to assemble In St Paul
early next month.
Excellent moving plcturea
WARRANTS HANG OVER
PATIENT NEAR DEATH
If O. M. Stafford Is released from
the county hospital before death from
tuberculosis overtakes ' him he will be
arrested on two warrants charging him
with Obtaining money under false pretenses.
Stafford was a timber and home
stead locator and for many yeara con
ducted a flourishing business, but re
cently he has been accused of aharp
practice. Several weeks ago a warrant
was sworn out for his arrest Tester-
day William Plath swore to another
warrant and gave the police Informa
tion as to where he could
AWAY BY A WOMAN
From the recent number of burglaries
be found, land attempted burglaries that have been
lis Is accused by Plath of taking $140 reported to the police within the past
ror snowing mm an alleged open claim, few1 weeks, the Indications are that a
which on investigation proved to be the large number of crooks are flocking to
property of another man, while the Portland to be on hand for the Rose
property on which PIath,was really set- I Festival. An epidemic of crime Is ex
tied waa soma distance away and of I pected.
very little value. I Mrs. J. J.. Hipplnger of 1057 East
Tenth street North, reported to the po-
600 Veterans March. Hce this morning that burglars entered
init.A p.. t...i -. 1 her home last night by breaking through
San Francisco, May SO. Escorted by a window on the porch. They stole 145,
regulars and National Guardsmen num. Frank Van Duyn reported this morn-
berlntr 2500. 600 gray haired veterans nf Ins- that a burglar broke Into his house
the Civil war marched from Van Ness yesterday afternoon while his wife was
avenue to the Presidio, where Memorial
day exercises were held. The veterans
carried their old battle flags, as well
aa bunches of flowers In the muzzles
of their guns. For the first time In the
history of Decoration day parades here.
iney ma not attempt to march the en
asleep and took 13.60 In cash, and a
large Quantity of valuable silverware.
Mrs. Van Duyn awakened while the
man was in the house and when she
arose from the couch, he became fright
ened, and ran away. Bhe could not give
an accurate description of tba men as
he kept his face concealed.
BILL SEEMS DOOMED
(United Prew Leaned Wlre.1
London, May SO. The suffragettes
today are mourning the burial of their
"pet" measure which three weeks ago
stood a fair chance of passing the
house, but Is now probably lost for
Opposition to the bill has developed
In radical rather than In conservative
circles. It survived Its second readtng,
it Is true, by a comfortable majority.
but since then the progressives, who
dislike it, have been working against
It so effectively that It looks as If the
lawmakers' reelings toward it had un
dergone a change.
The concensus of progressive senti
ment Is that the bill la positively reac
tionary- It Is certain that the house of
lords favors It
ATTEMPTS TO DROWN
SELF; FIGHTS RESCUERS
After he had leaped off the Oak street
dock this afternoon In an attempt to
drown himself, and refused to assist his
rescuers, Albert Wagner, aged 27 yeara,
was finally dragged out of the water by
means 01 a Doathook.
The would-be suicide waa taken to the
city Jail and looked up on a charge of
Deing crunk. The vloum refused to ex.
plain why he sought to end' his life. "II
simply wanted to end It all go to a
better place," said Wagner.
The crew of the river steamer Eva
saw tha man plunge off the wharf. A
rope waa thrown to him but the de
spondent man refuaed to graan It O.
E. Gllliland, engineer of the river pa
trol boat, then Joined In the attempt at
reacue. The boat hook was caught In 1
tha man's clothing and he waa forcibly
dragged out of the water deaplte hla ef-
iorta to free himself.
FOREST FIRES ON
Parade) Is Overshadowed.
(United Press Leue4 ft lrs.1
New York, May 30. The annual pa
rade of the veterans of the Civil war
waa overshadowed here teday by a pa
rade or work horses and by the Harlem
regatta. Never in the history of Goth
am haa the tendency to depart from
the drlglnal purpose of Memorial day
been so marked and so little of the
day's ceremonies devoted to honoring
the heroes of the war.
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At Tomb of RfcKInJey. " ,
(Rperial D1pt-h to The JooroaL)
Canton. Ohio. Miv SO A fanttm e,t
tha Memorial TVnv ahMnanM In Mm
city was the floral decoration of the
tomb of the late President and Mrs.
McKlnley. Among the contributions
were handsome wreaths sent by former
Secretary George B. Cortelyou, Justice
William P. Day of th TTnTt. statu
supreme court and a number of other
inumsifl inenus ana associates of Pres
ident MoKInley. Tha mniui
conouctea vnaor ine. aptf pices of ' the
Grand Army otftM RepuLUo, ' :
Are all eyeglasset that ara not
specially ground and fitted to
the eyes for which they are in
Here your eyes are examined by
an optician of 20 years expert
Ail work is carefully Inspected
and must be perfect before it
leaves our shop.
You don't need any one to tell
you that our glasses are a help
and a comfort You are sure of
it the moment you put them on.
2D FLOOR CORBETT BLDG.
Fifth nd Morrison
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just opposite Ratal 8t Francis .
European Plan $1.50 a day op 1
American Plan $3.00 a day up
- JJTewtteel and brick structure. Furnished at
- cost of $100,000. Every comfort and con
venience.' On carlines tramf erring all over
' city. Omnibus meet train and itoamer.
Cb4 lor Booklet with map of San rraociac
Crew of 75 Fights Threatening
Blaze Near Cold- .
stream. " ' :
YrjaAfei. n n .a m,. &
nave aireaay maae uieir appearance in
Hiuinsm ana DinLru ' v.nno nv.r i . 1. ni
upward of 11 men being engaged on
Bunaay in iigniing a tnreatening blase
between Coldatream and Sooke lake. The
flra la aaid to have nrlrtn.tt thm..h
burning on the C N. P. railway right of
war roiui ouk or nana, ana rnr . iim.
a considerable area of valuable timber
Two other aarloua tlrmm thMiUn n.
a trme timber In the vloinUr of Little
Qualloum and Qordoa livers. These
were also auDnraaaaul h.fnr. .n v
m.uw,muim amoiage WSS aone.
R0SEBURQ WILL COME
IN FORCE TO FESTIVAL
Roseburar. Or. vr.v in tA.jj...
Will Send 111 OP mora oinl. tk.
Portland Rosa FaatlvaL
of six oaohea will leave bare late Men.
say nignt, una .
iladero'a Choice Named.
El Pawo. Texaa M. an Tk. t.-i
lature of the state of Sonora, Mexico,
today aCCSDted .nrt n.nt.l T .
tena, Maderos ohotce, as governor of
Sonora, unUl the next election. The
legislature ef Chihuahua probably will
name Connies, another Madero candl-
aft.rn"n.,0V'r,,0r f th" "Ut
TEAL VILL TELL'OF
Al lt:SI tomorrow J. N. Teal will ad-
drese number of prominent business
men and shippers at luncheon at the
Portland Commercial club on Portland's
Interests, la Sherman, GlllUm and Mor
row counties. Mr. Teal bas Just re
turned from a trip through these count
ies and bas some eonerete recommenda
tions to make to Portland business man.
Arrange menu ror the luncheon are
being made by Manager C C Chapman
and Chairman O. F. Johnson of the pro
motion committee of the club, who in
insir cau make the following reference
to tbe district that wlU be the subject
or the address: .
"Sherman, Ollllani and? Morrow count
ies are exclusively tributary to Port
land. ' These counties have Immense no-
nihilities for production. Development
there has been slow. A variety of
causes have combined to retard their
progress." Many eolonlsta .who have gone
into' these counties to locate have
turnea baca. and population in many
sections or these counties has decreased.
Yet the latent resources there are tre
mendous. Every dollar of new wealth
produoed from the soil of these three
oountles means 60 or 78 cents spent
wita Portland business nouses. It Is np
to the bankers. Jobbers and bualnsss
men of PorUand to see that br ooooert
ed action something Is accomplished to
wards increasing the productivity et
these three counties. '
MADE IWf THAT
Attached Wire to Loaded Re
, . vblver and Laid Train to
' Powder Can.
B07 Sospeete ArrestM.
0. R. Grlsm, a member of the harbor
patrol, this morning recovered a motor
boat belonging to Charles Lowbald,
SOItt Stanton street, that bad been
stolen from Spencer's dock. He ar
rested two boys, 11 and IS years old,
respectively, sons of Claude Muneoka.
a barber, at lit Crosby street, for theft
of tbe boat Tbe boat bad been at Ma
sons boatbouae, where the two boys
had revamlshed the craft and put In
new machinery. It Is charged. I
IValted rreet tie wue.l
Ran Francisco, -May S0 Charlea Hj
tic-Kara, at whoae home In Oakland yes
terday infernal machlnto fatally in
Jured Constable Klhn and Injured tw
deputy sheriffs,, surrendered 'today t
the harbor police here.
''Yes, certainly I wss responsible fo
the placing of that trap In my house.
said Picks rd, when aakad for hla ex
planation of . the explosion. "A fev
days after my wife left me my hous
waa broken Into and a diamond . rind
and gold watch taken. I waa enrage
and vowed that If ever the mlscreantd
oarae back they would get a hot re
caption: I accordingly arranged a burg
lar alarm. I stood a revolver In an up
right position neat to tbe door and at
tached a wire from the door to thH
trigger. When the door was opened I
would discharge the -revolver, Ieade4
with a blank oartrldge, Into a trail oS
powder leading to a 10 pound can e
blaok powder." -
Plckard deolared that he was sorryl
that any offloars of the law were ln
Jured by what he termed hla "burgled
trap." Asked regarding the gee-plp-j
bomb found In tbe place, Plckard said
"Yes, I made a gas-pipe- bomb thref
or four of them. In fact But It wari
only to km time.'" f
lie declared that his. wife's attornetf
had tried to get IS00 from Mm to to
divorce proceedings instituted 07 hen
and that he had been badgered and tor-l
men ted by lawyer until he waa nearly
Black, White and Colors
Just a Limited Number
This plume is 21 inches lone and verv wide. It will
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pay you to visit our store and see the largest stock of
Ostrich and Willow Plumes west of Chicago, and our
prices have never been equaled. Every plume guaran
teed. Remember, for this sale only, 21- fl
inch plume 7 1- -. . r. . -r :V7.V77Qyy3.
We also received 500 Willow Plumes, best male Af
rican stock, guaranteed hand-tied, at the following ri
diculously low prices, beginning Wednesday morning
Hand Tied Guaranteed and the Best Male Stock
Guaranteed Hand-Tied Willows, 23
inches long, reg.' $16.50 t?(VO
val., for this sale ....... .w)y.yO
Guaranteed Hand-Tied Willows, 26
inches long, reg. $22.50 I? 1 A A A
val., for this sale 1 4.4"
SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY MORNING
Guaranteed Hand-Tied Willows, 28
inches long, reg. $27.50 $ 1 C OS
val., for his sale . . . ... 2) 1 0.0
Guaranteed Hand-Tied Willows, v 33
inches long, reg. $35.00 Q f A O C
val., for this sale ..... .5 1 y9OU
Don t miss this one for Wednesday and Thursday only Large Milan Untrimmed
Shapes, just the thing for a nice plume, regular $5.00 and $6.00 values, t fQ
on sale at only v , . . . ................. ... . . . . . ,lJLt0 VO
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LARGEST DISPLAY OF WILLOW PLUMES ON THE COAST
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