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SUNDAY JOURNAL. ' PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING,; JUNE 18. 1911.
GRANTS PASS,VT00,f SHOWS ITSELF A CITY OF ROSES IN ANNUAL" FESTIVAL,4' ONE FEATURE. OF WHICH IS A PARADE OF AUTOMOBILES.
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FOR WHITE PLAGUE
Rebuke Penned , on Margin of '
Hungarian, Physician Has New
.Treatment for Pulmonary ;
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n Document by Nicholas ; ; .
Elicits Plea. ? .
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' . v Br Oeorge Fraser. . V
; , fit, retereburg, June 10 The
.celebrated hi forty-third birthday the
ether day vary quietly. HI majesty I
In better health and aplrlta than ha has
been. for a long time. " radically tha ',
. only thine that glvea him serious worry
now li tha precarious , health of tha
Marina." ),: v -;; i rv, v '
.There ,s',a, common Impression that
th. czar la of a rather gloomy, moody
y 5 disposition." . Thl Is A mistake. Ha ,le
Stfally quit Mi opposite, i , ; ;
r It la the: dally -offMaf worfc f tha :
Jcsar to read and J elf edlota,' ukasee,
' .acta and reports. ' I'pon th. margins of
, 4 theea reports he frequently i write hla t
. .-decisions or Impressions wits a frank
mesa which make these Jottings mora
s charaoteiiatlo'of tha man than air hla
t reported conversations with his minis
? tera and aourtiers. Not Ions ase
wrote thlal disparaging remark upon tha
. I margin of a document prepared by hla
J own imperial council: -. ,
. "The eotiaeQ thought to trick tna,iut
r they shan't" ;Ai la tha enatom to glass
' everything tha caar pena for preserva-
tlon In tha imperial archives, tha mem
; bera of tha, council war irreatly 1edlg
, I nant whan' they heard of tha libel. A
i meeting was held aod. a - resolution
'i passed: "That yodr majesty wonld be
, graciously pleased to ' order that tha
; words should b.. glased overi lest they
ahould be endowed ' with an Invidious
:. species of Immortality" "How foolish!"
; eiolalmed the ciar. when he . read tha
document' "Howeyer, FH , have tha
: words struck out" Thua tha libel dla
appeared, an tha i council ' breathed
" again. .
Zntrloata rraad Unearths.
', One of tha moat remarkable cases of
fraudulent Impersonation Involving high
f official haa Just coma before tha courts.
Colonel Vladimir Vonljarljarsky, who
) balonga to tha guarda, and was until
hla arrest maatar of tha Hones at the
imperial court and hla adopted eon,
Staff Captain Dmitri Vonljarljarsky,
are tha two chief accused.
They are charged with forging a will
'' with tha object of obtaining for tha
. latter the title and immense fortune of
Prince Bogdan . Oglnaky, a representa
tive of one of the moat ancient of the
I Lithuanian nobility. Aa it waa repre
sented to them that the Oglnakys na
. tlonaliat and religious opinions were
. completely opposed to the terms of the
'will produced by the Vonljarljarskya,
, and that It waa impossible to conceive
i of prince Oglnaky leaving his Fousn es
' tates to a Russian, ine ponce iook ac
tion and raided tha house of Captain
' Vonljarljaraky. lie la aald to have de-
dared; "I am loet. I have ruined my-
: aelf to aave my father."
' In hla subsequent statements to them,
tthe captain first of all denied and then
confessed his culpability, only to deny
'i It again. He told tha police an amaslng
story of interviews and Intrigues in
priests, biehous and grenerala war con
cerned. He declared that In order to
obtain a knowledr of Prince Ogtnaky'a
'testamentary intentions ha had even en
deavored to penetrate tie secrets of tne
, prlnca'a father confeeeor. It waa from
a pnest . that ha bad first obtained a
copy of the will naming him aa heir, and
? another mysterious prelate, who refused
: to reveal hla Identity, had assured him
that bts welfare In tha matter would be
the concern Of the ohurch, If only, he
would consent to become a Roman Cath
olic. V- :"' ;.tS;"' ? '
The police claim In. their Inquiry Into
the case to have unearthed a great, con-
' splracy of fraud and ' forgery, and no
lees than It person -will appear for
? trial. .Among them are two noblemen.
a. lieutenant, a Roman Catholio prleet
; and four la wy era 4
Founder of the "Underground
h Railway" Helpless In the
Home She Planned.
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Mew Tork, June 11 One of tha moat
interesting characters of antebellum
days and a prominent figure, consider-
in; her abilities, during the war and
succeeding days. Is ekelng out her exist
ence In the Harriet Tubman home In
Albany. She la nearly 100 veers nlH
ill and penniless and the trustees of tha
home are asking for funds to dit for
nurse lor ner.
The woman ia Harriet Tubman, found
er of the home in which aha la now d.
Ing, who ran away from elo.vrv and
later aucceeded in aasisting mora than
J00 alavea to liberty .through the "un
derground railroad." She waa counted
the moat famous "conductor" at thia
roao auring tha Jays of Its areateat
activity. 8he waa aleo a guide In the
Union army, and desDlte her lark of
education ahe never learned to read or
wnie one or tne wisest counsellors her
race naa ever had.
8he was a friend of Garrlann Phil
lips, John Brown, Gerrit Smith, Seward
and Lincoln. It has been aald of her
that her only peer In, service of the
negro race waa Frederick Douglaaa and
yet to tha casual observer she la only
an aged, wrinkled nerress. with all the
superstitions and other qualities char
acteristic ox ner kind.
Of pure negro blood. Harriet Tnhmi.
waa born on a plantation In Dorchester
county. Maryland. When, aha waa atlll
young woman her old master died end
word- went round that tha alavea wore
to be "sold aouth " the thine moat dread.
ed by tha negroes of tha unner tier of
aiave states, she waa of herculean
strength and aha declared then that aha
waa entitled to one of two things, lib
erty or death. She raised her sinewy
arms to heaven and declared that ahe
would have liberty. ...... j
Worked to Tree davea.
6he escaped, obtained employment
saved her earnings and finally with tha
aid of Quaker aboUtlonlata, aha put her
-underground railway" in operation.
Growing bolder she want among the
slaves of the aouth and It waa not long
oerore the price for her capture, dead
or alive, had reached 140,000. But she
waa never taken, although she made
nineteen trips Into the very heart of the
country where the. reward for her cap
ture was raised. v ' '
All through the war and ever since
he labored indefatlgably for the ad
Tancement of the negro race. It was
nly comparatively recently that con
frees -recognised her services with
1 A few years ago this colored heroine
waa Introduced to woman'a suffrage
audience in Rochester by Susan B. An
thony aa the "conductor of the under
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view, of the parade on the principal street of Granta Pass. The paucity of spectators on the right hand
side of the street ,1s due to that being the sunny side.
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(PubUaberi' Praas Lea led Wire.)
Wellington, N. Z.. Juno I7v Thero is
at least one priaon in New Zealand
which la self supporting. This la Dart
ly tha result of the crimes amendments
act, which waa introduced last year by
or, Findlay, tha attorney general, who
is now in England with Sir 'Joseph
Ward,4 Now Zealand's prima rhlnlater,
for tha Imperial conference. The act
makes comprehensive provision for the
classification and reformative treat
ment of criminals. Under it any per
son convicted. of an Indictable offense
may no sentenced to a term of reforma
tive detention - not, exceeding 10 years.
or to. tnroe years if summarily convicted
The act Is .administered by a prisons
Doara, -wrjicti rias the , power to- make
recommendations to the governor for
the discharge or .release on probation
of perrion undergoing- aentenoea of re
formative detention. Persons detained
under the provisions of the aot are paid
wages ior ineir-labor, -ao tnat when re
leased they find themselves in the naa.
'session of sufficient money to encourage
tnem to start me again nopesUy. if
the prisoner la a married, 'man part of
hla earnings' go to the support of hla
wire and. family.. , .
Soma years ago the New Zealand
government Inaugurated a system of
tree planting , priaon camna in forest
land, and: Dr. Flridlay,. had .considerably
exienoea tms joea. xnora are now fonr
large priaon camps in New Zealand to
which prleoners are sent from the prin
cipal New Zealand goals, and thera em
ployed in tree planting and other bush
work under the direction vof warders.
Invercarglll Jail ..In -t tha South Island,
Is aelf supporting.
$200 iidB&se Bars Price-Cutters.
t "Soerlal DtapatPt The oat .. .-
umiraiia. WMh. June 17. rntrlt
bars transient ; merchants and bargain
sal people who do not Intend to settle
permanently, by new ordinance de
manding a license of $100. By way of
enoouraglng- . newcomers to tay, -this
sum Is refunded, with a nominal deduo-
f tlon at the end of a year, ' The. ordinance
w yut ynro iuiKi ioi piviKl local
merchanta from the competition of firms
visiting the elty with aalvaga sales .at
"Song; of the Cornish Men."
A good sword and a trusty hand)
A merry heart and true!
King James" men shall understand
What Cornish lads can do.'
And have they fixed tha where and
And shall Trelawny die?
Here'a twenty thousand Cornish men
Will know tha reason whyl
Outspako their captain, brave and bold.
A merry wight waa he:
"If London's Tower were Michael'
Wall set Trelawny free!
"We'll cross tha Tamar land to land,
The Severn is no stay
With one and all, and hand In hand.
And who shall bid ua nayT
"And hen we coma to London wall
Come forth! coma forth, ye cowards all.
To better men than you!
"Trelawny he'a in keep and hold,
Trelawny he may die;
But here's twenty thousand Cornish
Will know the reason why!"
Robert Stephen Hawkar.
T has been close to : a century since
the Trelawny ballad, - generally
known by tha title, "And Shall Tre
lawny Die'' or "Song of the Corn
ish Men, ' first made Its appearance,
and brought out a discussion that cov
ered a number of yeara. It ia usually
credited to ttobert Stephen Hawker, but
there has been written a great amount
of .comment -as to. whether the ballad
waa altogether Hawker's or whether he
worked on some traditional verses. The
Indisputable facta of tha case, as far
they are known at present, are as
follows: j, v
The poem 9hado Its first appearance
in the "Royal 1 Davenport Telegraph
and Plymouth Chronicle,". England, In
tha lsaue of that paper, for September
S. 1826. Thepoem waa headed "Ballad
written at the time one of the Trelaw
ny family was committed to the Tow
er, during tha reigniof-James II. The
circumstances described in it are his
Though the ballad was printed anon
ymously, tha name of - tha . writer Was
ascertained ; by the distinguished Cor
niah antiquary, DaVles r Gilbert.- and
being greatly struck With, tha verses, he
printed off soma fifty Copies, in broad
side form, at hla private press at Eaap-
bourno. . very few of these broadsides
seem to" have survived, but from one of
them is transenhed tha. following head'
lng.- with, alljts,, eccentricities ;f puhc-
tuatlon, etc.: :, ; v-v-v-v-,, .
-Aadt Shall Tralaway X)U7" : ,
Tha Strong v Sen'aatlon'.'v. excited
throughout England, i- by that , decisive
act of . Bigotry,. . Tyranny, and ; Impru
dence on the part of; lcin'g: James the
second, by which lie oonunttted "s the
Seven Bishops to the Tower,' waa In no
district mora manifestly displayed than
In Cornwall;' notwithstanding tha part
taken bv' that-. count hr the nrecedlnar
Civil War; Thia waa probably, lni a
great degree, occasioend by sympattiy
with a most respected Cornish Gentle
man, then Bishop of Bristol; aa appears,
from, tha following Song, restored, mod
ernised and Improved by Robert Stephen
(sio) Hawker, Sao of .Whltstona, This
song a aald to have resounded In every
House, in ovary; High Way. and In every
Mr. Gilbert , also- ' communicated ' tha
ballad to the ; "Gentleman's Magaslne"
: for November, li;7fjwherajt. waa pub-
llshed anonymously and attracted the
notice of Sir Walter Scott In 1838 Mr.
Gilbert printed It in his "Parochial His
tory of Cornwall," from which an ex
tract containing the verses was given In
Chambers' "Book - of Days," 18(4.
In 1832 Mr. Hawker, who had been
ordained -In 1828, published a small
volume of poems called "Records of
the Western Shore," In which he In
serted tha ballad under tha title of
"The Song of the Western Men," and
publicly avowed himself to be the
author. Mr. Hawker'a explanation waa
"With tha exception of tha chorus
contained . In the last two Unas, this
song was written by me in tha year
1825 I publlah It bera merely to state
that It was an early composition ; of
my own. The two lines above men
tioned, formed, I believe, the 'burthen
of the song, and are all that I can re
The song was subsequently published
In "Ecclesla," and other collections of
Mr. Hawkers poem a In "Cornish Bal
lads," 1869, the explanation was con
siderably amplified, and ran as follows
Note With the axoeption of the
(And shall Trelawny die?
Here'a 20.090 Cornlshmen
Will know the reason why!)
which have been, ever since tho-lm
prisonment by James tha Second of
the seven Bishops (one of them SI
John" Trelawny), ,a popular proverb
throughout Cornwall, tha whole of this
song was oomposed by ma In the year
1825. I wrote It under a stag horned
oak In Sir Bevlle's walk In Stowa Wood.
It was sent by ma anonymously to
Plymouth paper, and there It attracted
the notice of Davles Gilbert who re
printed It at his private press at East
Bourne, under the avowed impression
that It waa the original ballad. ,
It had the good fortune to win tha
eulogy of Sir Walter Scott who also
deemed it to be the ancient song. It
was praised under the same persuasion
by Lord Macau ley and by Mr. Dickens,
who inserted It at first as of genuine
antiquity In hla Household Works,' but
who afterwards acknowledged Its actual
paternity In the same publication." s
It will be seen that Mr. Hawker's
memory failed- him In one or two un
important particulars, but tha . mala
facts, namely, that the ballad waa his
own composition, with tha exception of
the refrain, was, one would' have
thought established beyond further dls
pute. - There were, however, "doubting
Thorn aees who still called for tha an
cient refrain. But tha honesty and
veracity of Hawker were conclusively
proved , by John Latimer, who In a let
ter to the "Athenaeum of November
21, 1881, . quoted a contribution to tha
"Bristol Journal" of July 21, Jl 778, en
titled "Extract of a Latter from a Gen
tleman "at "Savannah la Mar to hla
Friend' In Kingston, Monday, April 27."
describing the reception of tha gov
ernor, "Sir .William Trelawny, whan oar
tour - through Jamaica, Tha relevant
passage Is as follows:
, "About S. century and a half ago upon
some particular state commotions, one
of Sir William's ancestors : was, on
wrong suspicion of tha government, sent
to the Tower of London, and it vrae
declared in Cornwall that ha was to
suffer" death. The great attachment of
the - people in general of that country
waa then., aa now, ao affectionately
strong to tha ancient family- of Tre
lawny castle that tha population of the
county . got the Tollowlng line pub
lished in several places at London, vis.:
'And must Trelawny diet ' !'i'
And shall Trelawny diet :
Wa ve; thirty tuouaand Cornish boys
Will know the reason wny!- -
y ."This and . Bome other cireutnstanoeS t
so Intimidated at that time soma of
the greatest personages then at the
helm of English national affairs that
Sir William Trelawny s anceator waa
aoon sat at liberty and aoon after ar
rived at Trelawny caatle amidst tha
Joyous acclamations of thousands."
Mr Latimer gave good reaaona for
thinking that the llnea referred to John
Trelawny. who waa ordered by the
house of commons to be Imprisoned In
the Tower on May II, HIT, and waa re
leaeed abouf alx .weeks later. John
Trelawny, whoorta created a baronet
In 1128, waa tha grandfather of tha
blahop of Bristol, Sir Johnathan Tre
lawny, who. In his turn, waa the great
uncle of Sir William Trelawny, the gov
ernor of Jamaica. The llnea probably
aurvived aa a family tradition and In
thia manner came to the ears of the
writer in tha "Bristol Journal." The
existence of a traditional refrain waa
atlll pbpular In 1771.
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(Special Dtonatcb to The InafaaLt
Bugene, Or., June 17. The Oregon
Power company haa completed the gas
main from the Eugene plant to the city
of Springfield, and gas will ba flrat
turned Into the mains there this eve
ning. The event will be the occasion
of quite a celebration by tha people of
Springfield. A big gas flame will be
burned from a high pipe during the eve
ning and other demonstratlona will take
Tha main from Eugene to Springfield
Is 17,000 feet long and waa laid In seven
daya. The aystem waa completed In
leas than 60- daya from the time tha
franchise waa granted In Springfield.
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Vienna, June 17. A Hunssrlan phy
sician Ir. Ssandeffy of Budapest la tha
latest oonqueror of tuberculoma, Ills
dlacovary which he haa mada public
after three yeara of exhaustive experi
ment haa caused a sensation throughout
Europa The treatment la based on In
jections of a preparation of peptonlsed
Iodine, menthol and radium cairium
chloride. Tha healing power of lodlna
in cases of tuberculosis is well known,
but great difficulties have been exper
ienced In its use owing to na exceed
Inifiy unpleaoant effect on the patient
and the Intolerable pain that follows tha
Injfrtlons. With the new Injection' of
radio-active menthol Iodine, however,
dally Injections have been carried out
1.) times In succession without any evil
effects. In pulmonary consumption
there was a distinct Improvement after
10 Injections. Blood spitting ceased, as
well aa night sweats, absence of ap
petite and weakneaa, and confidence and
Tha treatment has always bean eaalty
supported even In the casa of children,
Ita moat remarkable feature Is that It
at onoe-increases the patient's weight
Equally remarkable la the action, of
radio active menthol Iodine on tha pat
ient's appetite. The patient rapidly
galna strength, and, whereas hla legs
had refuaed to bear hla weight he is
aoon able to walk for some houra. This
ts attributed to the radio-active emana
tions. All the doctors who have been
observing these cases ara unanimous In
recognising that radlo-artlve menthol
todtne has an antl-tuberculoale power ao .
great and ao rapid that no other prod
uct ran be compared with tt. ,
"We know," aaya one noted physician,
"that It Is Impossible even with tha
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grave and deep disorders caused by tha
wounds of tha third period, Wa af
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