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THE OREGON D.AILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. TUESDAY . EVENtNO,' JUNE g. 191h
ABIE: 182 F
Visitors Hold Home Town as
, Second to None in Country
in Quality and Quantity of
TO BE GIVEN FREE
Teachers' Convention to Open; Cupid Wins Race in Which the
Wednesday Evening at Tay
lor Street Church.
Admission will he free to the four big
muslc-al evenl of the Northwest Music
Teachers' convention, which opens hero
tomorrow evening This derision wus
announced today In a telegram from
Telegraph Wires Play a
Minn Blanche Carter. teacher In the
Ifeppner. Or.. achools. wai Indignant
thin mom In as she stood at the mar
rlace license counter In the office of
County Clerk Fields and read what her
i father had telegraphed (he clerk about
I . Rosehurg guests arrived here 182
. a Iron thlx morning to enjoy the Rose
'i Festival. Tin1 Southern Pacific spnclal
. .' of seven cua ho rraiin-d t.ie union
'depot about 16 minutes earlier than
'' scheduled and the Portland delegation
had to find the guests In the hotel
lobblea to extend to tiiem the warm
,,' hand of welcome. The visit la a com
pllincnt In return for too successful ex
eurslon given under the auspice of the
Portland Commercial club to Roseburg
.at the time of the 8trawberry fentlva)
about thre weeks ago.
The spokesman for the party thla
morning waa (J. P. Schlosser, publicity
mantfer for th Roseburg Commercial
' club, and he did not hesitate to aay that
' wnlle Portland roses are fair and beau-
' tifuU Roseburg still laya claim to
gTOwlng mora varieties of rosea than
' any Other city In the whole world.
ays jf o Joke.
. "We claim Roseburg grows more va-
rletlea of roaea than any place in the
world," aald Mr. Schlosaer. "and that's
no Joke. One of our cltlsena, J. H.
Booth, haa been appointed judge at
yowr roae show here, which goes to
Illustrate that we know something
bout roses down there. Mr. Booth
' grows more than 100 varieties In his
yard and last year they bloomed till
, , "We are glad to be here to show our
. appreciation of the pleasant visit that
Portland's business men paid ua at the
time of the Strawberry carnival a few
- weeks ago, and we felt 'that It was but
' proper for the chief rose city of the
. state to pay Us respects to Portland
during Its Rose Festival.
, - "Our Commercial club Is growing rap
Idly, our membership having Increased
with 94 new members during the puat
six weeks. e are now organising a
j Commercial club band with 26 mem-
. bars that will be heard next time Port-
, land pays us a visit
. "And Roarburg is growing. We have
many new dwellings and none vacant.
- W are paving streets with herd sur
face and are laying miles of water
mains. Eight miles of mains are to
' be put In soon. The surrounding coun
try Is being developed and everything
. The Roseburgites are taking In the
sights today and meeting friends. About
0 will arrive here during the day In
. automobiles. Following la a list of
those who arrived on the S. P. special
., Uat of Arrivals.
R. R. Buaeh, C. L. McDonald, W. Gra
ham, Geo. McCleland, A. Ireland, Clias.
Clark, wife and daughter, H. v- Joy"
aux, L. B. Moore and wife, A. J. Math
ewe, R. B. Perkins, R. F. Kersey, B, K.
Creswell. Sam Black, J. A. Hewitt, C. i
W. Parrott, N. Livingstone, 8. B. nail
:. and wife, C A. Walker and wife, James
White. E. K. Bliss and wife, C. H
Brown, EI J. Brown, W. C. Wlnsted and
wife, Mrs. W. J. Kelllher, 'K. 11. piack.
Miss Kruse, Grace Dodson. Wm. Whlt
ett, Mrs. Wlnnlfred Williams, A. K.
Summey, C. W. Hughes, 8. O. Knapp,
Bhlrley Goodman, F. C. Fltzpatrlck, C
D. Manyard, Miss Jesse Aplts, Alfred
Apltx, J. E. Hall. Miss Williams, Mrs.
B. F. Scrihner and two daughters. Miss
Leah Pltchford. O. W. Murdock, A. 8.
Aderton, wife and three children, Mrs.
W. J. Kanney, M. L. Webb, Mra. Nettie
Bryan, Roy Rice, E. L. Rice, Miss Eva
Howard, Mrs. 8. T. Smith, George Qulne
, and wife, J. L. Watson, Bessie Kidder,
K. A. Kruse, Mr. O. S. Koker, Emma
: Dodson, J. A. Munson, H. Guest, G. P.
Schlosser, I. W. Moore, Blythe Bushnctt,
.Mrs. J. F. Clements and two daughters,
W. A. Cole and wife, J. L. Watson, R.
Pitman and wife, G. B. Hayes, Mrs.
Pouglas Waite, W. M. Ewlng, Mark
Alexander, Joseph Brumbach, F. S.
"Thompson, Mlas Edith" Tharp, Edna
Cannon, E. M. Kean. H. Conover, Myr.
tie Hatfield, Nellie Cloak, T. Molesworth,
Mrs. O'Reilly, 8. W. Hess and wife, A.
R Huey and wlfo, W. H. Patterson, Mrs.
O. A. Bradburn and son, O. C. Brown and
wife, E. Wlmberly and son, Leland
Brown, Joe Micelle and wife, L. J. Hew
itt, Isabel Bushnett, Mrs. G. W. Bur
nett, Vera Perr', Mrs. Belle Prltiman,
A- G. Farrane, Mrs. 8. R. Lane, H. M.
Boyd, Chas. Wilson and wife, E. J.
Howe, Alice Brumbach, Mrs. G. W.
Noah, Mrs. Trumbo, M. L. 8tark, Mr. and
Mrs. F. Spaur and two children, F. R.
Brisbane and wife, E. Cloake, Mary
Cloake, N. Helmboldt, Mrs. Osborne, R. 1
Harness and wife W C. Harding and Nomlnatfe. Is Costly.
TV?' - D; a roth and wife. Miss Wal- (t.uHfd Pr .. m ,
roth, A. A. Bellows. S. T. Smith, A. J. New York Jnn 8-Th. f-.,i ih.t
Bellows, F. F. Brown. John Hunter, i Bol Rosenblatt had himself nominate
rreolilent C. V . Kantner. or wauie ne i a n,.-n-a n..i,le her .tood
first plans were to charge admlbklon I ,lrnrv 0uy wno ht, WRnt,d to
to the concert Reservations for the
lmniut Thursday eventnR. It was Stat
ed thin mornlriK, will have to !x made
before Wednesday evenlns
The delegates wilt begin to srrlve
here tomorrow morning from all over
the Pacific northwest, and It Is expected
that from SOO to 1000 will attend heforo
thu convention comes to a close Satur
The convention will open with a con
cert Wednesday evening at tho Taylor
street M. E. church, when W. H. Hover's
chorus will sing "The Heavens Are Tell
ing" from Haydn's "Creation"; "The
Death of Minnehaha." Coleridge-Taylor
and "Nature's Morning Hymn," Domi
nic Waedenschwller. Mayor Simon Is
aown on the program for the address
of welcome, to which Miss Lucy K. Cole.
first president of the association, will
Thursday morning the officers will
deliver their annual addresses at the
headquarters, Ellera recital hall, and a
short but decidedly Interesting miistcnl
program will be given, followed by three
addresses by Frederick W. Goodrich of
Portland W. G. Reynolds of Tscoma
and Edward Fischer of Walla Walla.
Thursday afternoon Dr. Frank Wilbur
Chase, the famous pipe organist of Seat
tle, will give an organ recital at the
White temple. Admission to this will
also be free. Thursday evening the
banquet will be held at the Portland
Friday morning will be devoted to
addresses and a vocal conference anil
program. Friday arternnon the manu
script concert will be given In Ellers
recital hall, when compositions of Pa
cific northwest composers will be pre
sented. This promises to be one of the
most Interesting feattires. Many of the
composers will present their own works.
Friday evening there will be another
concert In Ellers recital hall, at which
a number of well known and popular
artists will appear.
Saturday morning will be devoted to
addresses and a short musical program.
nmrry. and lie was equally perturbed.
However, the marriage took place, and
the bride's angry father Is on his way
to Portland to further express himself.
The telegram from the girl's father
waa received yesterday, and directed
County Clerk Fields to refuse the cou
pin n marriage license should they ask
for one. He stated the young man was
"mentally deranged" Her father also
stated the girl was not of sgo.
"We are both of age. and I know
Henry is nil right." she argued with
Countv Clerk Fields "I know what I
am doing. We have witnesses, and Mrs.
Recket will testify that I am almost 20
years old. Father can storm all he
wishes, but we are going to get married
Catherine Recket, a friend of the girl
with whom she visited last night.
signed as a witness for the girl. The
parents of the young man came to Port
land this morning, and were present to
give their consent. The license waa Is
sued, and County Judge Cleeton per
formed the ceremony. He had also been
Informed that the young woman's fath
er objected, and closely questioned
them. The young woman said she knew
Henry's condition, and Insisted on the
marringe. The parents of the young
man explained that he was thrown from
a horse a few months ago, and was
slightly Injured, but was entirely over
his trouble. The young woman lias
taught two years at Heppner. Gay Is
a rancher living near that town.
START HARMONY WAVE
'Dnltea Press Leeced Wlrt.
Springfield. III., June A harmony
mass meeting, at which standpatter and
progressive leaders of the Republican
party In Illinois will attempt to settle
their differences snd prepare a procla
mation of Republican principles, prob
ably will be held here within the next
two weeks. The meeting has been
planned at the suggestion of President
Taft. During Taft's recent visit In
Chicago, it is reported, he held confer
ences with leaders of both factions of
the party and personally suggested the
plan to restore harmony.
The Illinois meeting, according to re
port, will be the first of a number of
similar gatherings in other states.
Secretary Hllks-, secretary of Ue In
terior, and Governor Charles tAneen
were at the conference.
WOOL SALES DISPUTE
(8pell nipitrh to Tht Journal.)
Shantkn, Or.. June 6. Owing to a dis
agreement between buyers snd growers
the wool sales were postponed until this
afternoon. Buyers Insist on buying
K. O. It. cars and withholding 10 per
cent on the purchase until the wool Is
loaded upon the cars. The wool grow
ers will not submit to the ruling, which
Is new In this territory.
VOTE IH PRECINCTS
FOR MAYOR SHOWS
Poll in Subdivisions Shows
How Public in Different
Parts of the City Regarded
The following shows the vote for
mayoralty candidates by precincts:
a c ,
Treclnct No. o U j .
if li it ti II
x o a -5 h
1 2 23 17 RSI 80
2 2 IS 2K Si 16
8 2 23 17 5 U
4 ,10 120 1" 20
5 1 2R 14 30 2J
2 104 :tr. 7
7 2 ! 4J 11
H 1 22 hi 6 11
9 2 32 9 12
10 27 110 11
11 1 6 47 169 20
12 1 2 60 199 23
li 1 13 119 4
14 16 133 131 24
15 1 13 184 32 ;
16 1 39 120 23 14
1 7 1 7 79 27 x
IS . . 1 10 l 28 6
19 1 4 67 106 12
20 1 3 47 169 14
21 1 10 113 0 1
22 1 17 S4 34 IS
23 7 64 34 9
24 1 12 51 27 9
26 3 R6 65 IS
26 8 3 1 S7 11
27 1 0 551 133 14
28 1 1 1 1 12 31 IS
29 3 14 112 116 30
.10 1 2 70 XI 23
31 1 6 42 73 15
32 1 13 81 73 17
33 23 102 3K 15
34 2 18 96 92 2S
35 1 51 1 19 31 8
36 2 31 1 19 32 1 1
;i7 2 22 1 13 20 1 s
38 19 21 63 18
39 3 5 73 BS 26
40 1 17 92 114 30
41 N 84 47 20
4.' 1 71 76 28 1 1
4.1 ! 94 103 29
44 2 3 26 45 12
45 1 1 5 1 1 8 63 24
46 2 16! 80 47 1 4
47 2 1 1 86 62' 20
4 8 1 13 87 111 33
49 2 2 30 1 26 20
50 3 1 4 33 3
61 1 23 105 60 11
52 15 108 39 25
53 10 191 66 14
64 2 20 93l 56 17
66 84 1 K 1 i 49J 40
55 . 21 10 761 30 24
66 2j 10 76 40, 24
AGED HEROINE OFF
TWO WRECKS DIES
Famous Wife of Lighthouse
Keeper, Claimed by Death
She Twice Cheated.
(United Press Leawd Wire.)
Victoria, a C. June I. Mrs. Minnie
Patterson, the agad heroine of tho Val
encia disaster and Coloroa wreck, died
TO PLEAD FRIDAY
Judge Sets Date for Arraign
ment of Conncrs, Maple
and Bender. ;
TJslte Press leases Wh-..
Los Angeles, June . B. H. Conner,
A..B. Maple and Ira K. Bender, Indicted
ed by the grand Jury on charges of at
at Albeml Sunday. She made a mom- tempting to dynamite the Hall of Rec
orable Journey on December I. IMtf. orda building, will make their Mea be
ii i -
over five milua of most difficult trail. In
a heavy storm, to send the government
steamer Quadra from Hamtleld after the
storm hsd prostrated telegraph wires,
to rescue Captain Allison and nine
others who had abandoned hope when
the bark Coloma was being driven
ashore at Cape Krale, where she and
her husl and kept the lighthouse.
During the Valencia disaster Mrs. Pat
terson also won fame for her heroin
work. Several medals were awardod
her and the Canadian rnvernment gave
her a sliver service. Sue never recov
ered from the privations suffered whon
she made the arduous trip which re
sulted In the crew of the Coloma being
KKLLOGG TO UK LAt'XCHKD
Hull of Vessel Inbuilt N. Ii. Lang
Will Also lltf Overhauled. I
At the Supple shipyards the steamer
Joseph Kellogg, which has had the
greater part of her hull rebuilt as well
as having new boilers Installed, will be
launched tonight and the steamer N. R.
Iang will be 'hauled out tomorrow
morning. The latter will have her hull
rebuilt and will be given an overhaul
ing which will probably keep her on
the ways for shout two weeks.
The gas passenger yacht Bayocean,
launched a 1 i tin over a week ago at
the Supple yards, will he completed
Friday and It Is expected that she will
go out that afternoon with the owners
aboard to witness the swimming races.
She will probably have her regular
trial trip Saturday.
fore Judge Willie next Friday morning.
Judge Willie set next Friday as the
day for the pleading, despite the efforte
of Attorneys Job Harrlman and Le
Compte Pavt to have tt postponed for
"If a murderer can plead within
dayeafter the crime la committed," said
Judge Willis to Attorney Harrlman. "I
believe three days Is ample time for
In addressing tho court, both Herri
man and lavls associated Attorneys
Clarenoe Darrow and Joseph Scott with
the defense. '
After Judge Willis had set Friday as
the day for the pleading. Attorney
Harrlman told Deputy Attorney Horton
that whon his clients appeared In court
on that day he would ask for a con
ELDER'S ROUGH TRIP
Steamer Arrives From San Francisco
Twenly-four Hours Lat.
Reports of heavy northwest weather
sre being brought In by steamers ar-
(Catted t .M L.m4 "r
Seattle, Wash., June (. The defense
In the trial of former Police Chief C
W. Wappensteln, charged with having
accepted a bribe, began to take Its
Innings today. The prosecution closed
IZ1 Benn. Wappenstcln's brother-in-
law, was the day's first witness. He Is
considered the chief witness for the
defense. His testimony, however, bars
the possibility of corroboration, for it
concerns strictly confldentisl relations
between Wappensteln and himself. He
told of an old debt of $5000 owed to
Wt ppensteln since 1500. He commenced
repaying thla In April. 1910, and made
tho last payment of 1000 on August 3
riving from San Francisco and as a
result of them the steamer George W. This Is Intended to explain Wappen
Klder arrived last night 24 hours late, i stein's heavy bank deposits during his
SEYMOUR IN COURT
TO DEFEND ORDER
(United Tres. Leased Wire.)
San Francisco, June 6. Chief of Po
lice lohn F. Seymour appeared before
Judge Seawall In the superior court to
day to show cause why the Injunction
prohibiting tho police commissioners
from removing him from office pending
a trial on charges of neglect of duty,
should not be dissolved.
Counsel for the police commissioners
late yesterday filed two motions to have
the restraining order set aside.
Theodora A. Bell appeared for the
commission and argued that that body
had full authority to suspend the chief
of police, pending a trial before the
NERVES OF STEEL SAVE
HIM FROM SNAKE FANGS
(Onlld Pre. I..e4 Wire.)
New York, June 6. With "nerves
like' steel," might welT be applied to
George Palmer, assistant keeper of jep
tlles In the Bronx Zoological Gardens,
who Is being congratulated today by
Ms friends upon his narrow
COOS RIVER 880 ACRES,
STOCK LAND, SOLD, $6500
(Srrl Plupatrh to Tb. Journal.)
Marsnfield, Or., June 6. I C. Soule
Iirb sold to J. R. Johnson a 160 acre
farm near Allegheny for S8000. W. H.
Kennedy and A. Smith have sold 8. C.
Hoffman, who came here from Portland,
a tract of 880 acres of land on Coos
river. The land Is a grazing tract and
sold for $6500.
Owns Great Store of Wheat.
(United Preaa Leaaed. W1r. I
St. Louis, Mo., June 6. At the close
of May delivery William Lanyon owned
escape ! three-fourths of the wheat stored In 8t
from death yesterday. Palmer posed as i Louis.
jtlff and rigid as a statue when a dla- I
mond back rattlesnake dropped on his ; PUIMCQC CTIinCMT IQ
arm as be opened the rattler den. ;VfllliCOC O I UUCIM I 10
Palmer kept his nerve until the rat
tler crawled up his arm. past his cheek
and dropped off down his back to the
ground. Then Palmer moved lively.
The slightest tremor would iavo re
sulted in a lightning like dart of the
Frank Mlrelll and wife, W. F. Mar
ters. R. W. HInkley, B. A. Campbell,
C. W. Allen and wife, Minnie Conyell,
J. K. Whlttcrnore and wife, Miss Zelg
3er. Inez Kitchen, Faye Kitchen, Miss
Wanda Moore, Mrs. J. M. Wlnneford.
Mrs. O. C. Brown, Carl Agee, Dr. Chap
man. Dr. Pearson and wife, Gerry Rapp,
W. W. Wallace, Miss Kelllher, Mrs. K.
Johnson, Mrs. F. C. Flager, A. C. Mar
eters and wife. Miss Wilson, Miss Lucy
Bridges, J. W. Ward, T. W. Wlnneford,
J. R. Richardson. Mrs. F. Blakely, Miss
It has been estimated that more than
1.600,000 barrels of oil are lost every
year by burning wells.
for a member of the board of trustees
of the Mutual Life Insurance company,
will cost that company about 60,000.
All that Rosenblatt had to do was get
hla petition signed by 100 policy holders.
Now the company will have to print
and send besides the administration
ticket, the Rosenblatt "opposition" tick
et, to the' 600,000 policy holders In all
parts of the world. This, it is estimated,
will cost not less than $60,000.
Allen's Second Trial.
(United Prea. leased Wire.)
Victoria. B. C, June 6. At times
smiling and mildly Joking with his two
guards, apparently (he most uncon
cerned man In the long barrack room.
Gunner Thomas Allen, on trlaJ for the
second time for the killing of Captain
Peter Elllston, of No. 5 company. Work
Point Barracks, stood today a few feet
from the window from which he Is
charged with having fired the fatal
shot on tha first of August last.,
Allen was tried nnri fnnnH e
cn.. t... v . . vl
' ' 1 vh.." uuu.; jinuraer, ana sentenced to be hanged but
"Don't disillusion your husband alto- , was grafted a new trial by the supreme
gether. Don't let him know every secret I court of Canada.
of your toilette. Conceal from him the ! . . ,
processes by which you retain your '. win r Admin
. - - --.
Woman, Don't Let
Husband Know All
BT MADAME VEBOJT.
(United rreia Leaned Wire.)
New York, June 6. Hua Chun Mel, a
Chinese of San Francisco, who will be
graduated from Columbia University to
morrow, has been elected a member of
the honorary fraternity of the Phi Beta
Rappu. one of th tnest exclusive col
lege fraternities In the country. Mel
Is the r"n cf P F. Mei, a Chinese mer
chant of San Francisco.
To Celebrate Reversal.
'United Pre. Lamad Wir..
Washington, June 6. Five hundred
friends of the union labor movement
have been Invited to a dinner to be
held here June 14 to celebrate the re
versal of the Jail sentences against
President Samuel Gompers, Secretary
f ranu Morrison and Vice President John
Mitchell of tho American Federation of
Labor. Seventeen congressmen who are
members or unions will attend.
Nomination Is Approved.
(United Press Leaaetf Wtra.i
Washington, June 6. The senate
Judiciary committee has made a fav
orable report on tho nomination of Wil
11am H. Lewis, colored, of Massachu-
b"tts, to be an assistant attorney gen
eral of the United Stales.
Norwich, Conn., June 6. The failure
beauty. Nothing is so disenchanting to;
smeared with cold cream, It is disgust- "',, "5 au ,pt .e com-
. j .. , mission form of government at n
' STny woman oTght to keep her hus- Mrh" T, a
-bahd guessing all the time. He ought Wa of li Z" J6 ?'
to have to say.to his friends, 'Well, ray l Lfl1 'l m , Ta "T i "cheme he
Wife is the most amaxing problem I ton " 'tS adP"
know about. She always looks about
1, end she neither paints nor powders." Z I
rrou can do thla If you will dissolve ! "" " joi.
a email original package of mayatone Portervllle, Cel., June 6. Unable to
In a half-pint of -Witch hazel and mas- walk, the little 10 months old daughter
sage the faee, neck and arms with this j"f Mrs. A. T. Doutel crawled away from
solution three or four tlmee a week. I ner mother and a few minutes later
Votes Down Label.
(United Press Leaaed Wlra.l
Utica, N. Y., June 6. A resolution to
have all printing bear the union label
was voted down by the Episcopal dio
cese of central New York.
. You will shortly find you have a lovely,
t eoft complexion, fair and dainty, with-
- out spot r blemish and then the beat
i ' . ef It all la that mayatone prevents the
growth, of hair and Is absolutely harm
lee to the most delicate akin. Make
th eoluttOD yourself.
I :; ?Be beautiful, and don't let him know
aew you e U.-
was found drowned In a pool of water
four inches deep.
Marriage Licenses in Demand.
Chicago, June . The marriage li
cense bureau has been swamped by the
June rush. More licenses have been
issued to date than for A similar length
of time in June In the Bureau's hlatory.
Simple Cure9for "Poison Oak"
A Soothing Liquid Composed Mostly of
Oil of Wlntergreen Fonnd to Give
Residents of Portland and the sur
rounding country need not fear Poison
Oak as heretofore.
It has been found that a simple wash
known as D. D. D. Prescription, the
great eczema core, made mostly of oil of
wlntergreen, combined with other heal
ing Ingredients, will Instantly give re
lief to that burning Itch.
And If the remedy Is applied In time
It stops the breaking out cf the watery
pustules, preventing their spread.
Plcknlckors should remember this oil
of wlntergreen compound (D. D. D.
Prescription). Take a bottle along ar
25c bottle, anyway, and always keep a
bottle in the house. Skidmore Drug Co.
. . ,
She reached her dock a 1 1 o'clock last
night with 160 passengem-and 1450 tons
of general freight. Officers tatp'l that
after reaching Cape Mendocino a strong
northwest gale blew up which continued
until the vessel reached the Columbia
The steamer Carlos. Captain Peter
son, which arrived at Courh street dock
at 7 o'clock last night with a full list
of passengers and 900 tons of general
cargo, also reports rough weather on
the way up from San Francisco. Among
the cargo of the Carlos la 670 tons of
asphaltum for shipment to the new
town of O'Brien. Wash.
BALMORAL AT FALMOUTH
British Bark With Portland Cargo
Make Quick Pasaage to Port,
The British bark Balmoral reached
Falmouth yesterday from this port, ac
cording to a report to the Merchants'
Exchange, after a very good passage of
123 days. She waa laden with 141.678
bushels of wheat, valued at $121,843,
shipped by Balfour, Guthrie A Co.
While the Balmoral made an excep
tionally quick passage, it is not the
best of the season, the German ahlp
MIml having made the voyage from here
to Queenstown In 108 days, which Is
the fastest passage so far thla season
among the Portland fleet.
term of office, as opposed to Gideon
Tupper"a testimony that he paid him
large sums of money as bribes.
RIVER WILL RISE
Half a Foot Above Flood Stage Pre
dicted for Wednesday.
A continued rise In the Willamette
river Is predicted by Observer T. F.
Drake, who la In charge of the local
weather office during the absence of
District Forecaster Beals, his forecast
being that the river will reach a stage
of about 16. S feet tomorrow, or half
a foot atiov the flood stage, while
Thursday It wilt be 16.8 feet The Co
lumbia and Snake rivers are still rising
with the exception of the Snake at
Rlparia where there was a alight fall
YAMHILL SETTLERS HOLD
(Special Plapa'cb to The Journal. I
McMlnnvllle, Or., June 6. The Yam
hill County Pioneer ' Association will
hold Its nineteenth annual reunion at
Yamhill, tomorrow. The committee haa
arranged a good program. The prin
cipal speaker is to be George 1L Himea
of Portland, secretary of the state as
sociation. The address to tthe Native
Daughters will be given by Mra. Clara
Waldo of Portland. Music will be fur
nished by the Yamhill orchestra and the
La Fayette Glee club. The cltisena of
Yamhill will give a banquet to the plo
neers at noon. In the afternoon the
Yamhill Giants and the McMlnnvllle
White Sox will battle.
FALLS TO DEATH'
' ... I
rnnM umu urmnn
rnu n uii ii iiuuii
U . -e. .4 a- -.1
Electrician, Believed. From Se
attle, Killed. Instantly y.
night spent with, frlendg,
Mllla, ' an electrician, em'
the Mount Hoo4 Electrie
wandered Into bla 'former 1
rooming house at III Second atreet,
walked upstairs to the third story, and
then, from the Indications, ell from ,
the back hall window to the ground be
low, kitting him Instantly.
Hla body waa found at I o'clock thla
morning by Kyrn Thomas, an em-
ploys of the Gold Seal Wholesale Liquor
company, which occupies the (round
floor of the' rooming house building.
Mills' body waa badly, bruised, and
there waa a largo cut o the forehead
austalned by striking a timber on the
ground which inflicted tha wound that
caused lils death. Millar waa a member
of the Electrlclana' union of thla city,
Little is known of hla relatives or
friends, but it la believed he haa parenta
In Seattle, from whence he came yee
terdsy. after having spent several wecka
there. Mllla was II yeara of age. Dep.
uty Coroner Dane and Detective Hyde
Investigated the case.
ESCAPES SECOND TIME
(United Press t.sd Wire.)
Nelaon. B. C, June t. Madura, the
Italian prisoner, who made a sensational
escape lsst week while on hla way to
Nelaon Jsll, by leaping through the wln-
ow of an express train, waa arrested at
Bonner's Ferry, Idaho, by Immigration
Inspector Davla, but la once more at
large. After having breakfast he man
aged to escape from the lockup and has
not yet been recaptured.
WIFE OF HAMMERSTEIN
IS GRANTED DIVORCE
(Untied Tren Leasts Wlre.t
New York, June t. Justice Tompkins.
n Nyack, hes signed the decree grant-
ng Mrs. Malvln A. Hammerateln a di
vorce from Oscar Hammerateln, grand
Water la WaatcxL
(United tTf Leasee Wlr.
New York, June I. That 40 per cent
of the 330,000.000 gallons of water uaed
dally In New York la lost through leak-
ge and rarelcstness la the charge made
v Thomas A. Fulton, chairman of the
general' committee on water aupply, in
statement Issued regarding the threat
ened water famine In Manhattan. Ful
ton declares the loss Is preventable.
The average traveler flnda tha no-
duat-acrosa- the - ointment - route the
comfortable way. . Have your tickets
read Canadian Pacific. -
TAFT AND GOVERNOR
TALK OF STATEHOOD
(United Pre.. Ltaavrt Wlre.t
Washington, June 6. President Taft
conferred yesterday with the governor
of New Mexico and Chairman Flood of
the house committee on territories. The
object of the conference waa to clear
th path for the New Mexlco-Arliona
statchcod, bill. The president. It la un
derstood, tcld Curry and Floor that he
w.is not opposed to tne statehood bill
In its prefrent form.
Belasco's Daughter Dead.
Colorado Springs, Colo.. June 6. Mra.
Augusta Belasco Elliott, 20. daughter
of David Belasco. playwright. Is dead
here today. Mrs. Elliott was; brought
here by her father three weeks ago In
the hope of benefiting her health. She
had been suffering from pulmonary af
fection since last January. She was born
In San Francisco.
Tla Hortnwestern tine.
On June 5th, 7th, 9th, 10th, 12th,
16th, 17th. 21st, 22d. 28th, 29th and
30th we will sell tickets to all points
East at greatly reduced rates. Trains
are now operating Into our new $20,
000,000 terminal at Chicago where, ev
ery known convenience la aupplied
the traveler. For rates. Information,
tickets or berths, apply
R, V. HOLDER. GENERAL AGENT.
103 Third Street
Astoria, June 8. Sailed at ( a. m.
Steamer Oleum,, for Port San Luis;
steamer J. A. Chanslor, for San Fran
cisco. Sailed at 9 a m. Steamer Nome
City, for San Francisco.
San Francisco, June 8. Arrived at 11
a. m. steamer despatch, from Colum
Astoria, June 6. Sailed at 6 p. m.
Steamer Breakwater, for Coos Bay.
Sailed at 7:30 p. m. Steamer Shasta,
for San Pedro.
Hobart, June 3. Arrived French
bark Duguay Trouln, from Glasgow.
Falmouth, June i. Arrived British
ahlp Balmoral, from Portland.
Cooa Bay. June 6. Sailed Steamer
Alliance, for Portland.
Yokohama, June t. Arrived Nor
wegian ateamer Henrlk Ibsen, from
Tatoosh, June S. Passed out Schoon
er Balboa, from Port Townsend, for
San Francisco, June 6. Sailed at X
p. m. steamer Beaver, for Portland.
Balboa, June 4. Sailed Steamec Riv
erside, for Portland.
San Francisco, June (. Arrived at 11
a. m. Steamer Falcon, from Portland.
Sailed at 11 a m. Steamers Aurella
and Saginaw, for Portland.
Astoria, June 6. Condition at the
mouth of the river at 8 a m., smooth;
wind northwest 12 miles; weather, clear.
Tides at Astoria Wednesday. High
water, 10:26 a. m., 6.7 feet; i0:16 p. m.,
8.6 feet Low water, 4:31 a. m., 1.1
feet; 4:15 p. m., 2.6 feet. "
28 Died From Heat.
(United PrM Leaaed Wll.t
Chicago, June 6. Official reports by
the health department, out today, say
28 persons died of heat In Chicago dur
(United Pre.. Leawri Wire.)
New York, June 6. The annual re
port of Trinity church ahowe that It
owns property of a productive nature
taxed at $13,693,600.
CHURCH DEACON'S SIN
MOTTO DOES NOT KEEP
HIM FROM SUSPICION
4 (Special Dlapatch to The Journal.) 4
4a Seattle, June 6. A church dea- i4
con, regarded aa a model office
4 man, is today under-$1600 ball, 4
4 charged with embeszllng 1176
e from hla employera, the Belknap
4 Glass company. The accused
man la Frank Downer, a clerk,
over whose dcak atlll hanga the
4 sign, "Sin la the moat expensive
thing In the world, and works 4
4 with wonderfully lnjnrloua 4)
4 transforming power upon lta 4)
4 subjects." a
30 Morrison street
' "Glovea for the Populace"
You're royally welcome to our
city and our store. We'll be
pleased to extend any courtesy
in our power to make your stay
more pleasant. And say!
Wouldn't you rather buy glovea,
hosiery and umbrellas from a
ipecialty shop, where you re
ceived quick service, Individual
attention and better values?
Here's proof of the valuea.
Kayser's make, always the best.
A special display this week.
Double tipped fingers. Paris
point embroidery 12-button
length in black or white, QE?s
the pair OfJC
16-button length; black, whits
and colors, P" AA
the pair )leUU
Pure. Thread' silk, with flare
top, lisle sole and lisle garter
top. They're worth P"f if
$1.50 pair, this week IJ..Ul
The Onyx Hosiery Shop
(Special Dlaoateh to The JonrnaLt
Indianapolis, Ind., June 6. Guests
from Washington, Chicago and other
points are arriving in Indianapolis for
the wedding of Miss Louise Hibben,
daughter of Mr. and Mr. Harold Ban
croft Hibben, and Richard Monroe Fair
banks, son of the former Vice President
and Mra. Fairbanks. The marriage ia
to be celebrated 'tomorrow evening In
the First Presbyterian church.
G. A. R. of Two States.
(Special Dlapatch te Tb. Journal.)
Sallda, Colo., June 6. Sallda has
donned patriotic attire In honor of the
Grand Army veterana of Colorado and
Wyoming, whoee annual departmental
encampment opened here today with a
good attendance of visitors. The pro
ceedings will continue until, Thursday.
By DR. LINDSAY, the Eminent,
WHY PAY more:
For inferior treatment when you can get
the very best medical attention at a fee
of from .ONE FOURTH to ONE HALF that
charged by other specialists with my repu
tation? Remember that you are not asked
to pay for any experiments or any failures.
If your case will not yield to my treatment
I can ascertain that at the first examina
tion, and will frankly tell you so, and give
you advice how to take care of yourself.
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