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THK OREGON SUNDAY JOUIWAL. rORTLAKD, SUNDAY UOIiNlNQ. OCTOUEK tl. Hll
10 SHORTEN HE
HEROINE IS STRICKEN AT POSTi
HIS MOTHER HELD
AS ACCESSORY TO j
MURDER OF WIFE 1
CALIEO MODEL WIFE
. BY HER HUSOAND
LIrs, Ida Ltt. "Grace Oiii
FOUND IN POISON
OF GLOBE FISH
tog" cf Xmehci, fouftd
Ojing Li U&hthou;e.
12 YEAR 010 GIRL
.ef. a I. Cm It-Wi 14
la , M Um Ha. ...
4VI eJta4 Ma . Ml g,laa.
Ani.tant Oiftctor cf U.
f I " M IMaAe f a.. " M
Father of Boy Escapes Wrath
Mapaneso Scientist Reports!
Aced Woman Is Suspected c
aa lb I" VI
.he .. IMX
Cen:u Comments cn tti
cf John SaSmer; John Flora.
Discovery cf Great Import
anct; Odorless Ponder
Basis of Toxin. .
Being Respcr.t.b!e tt Bar
baric K-'lng cf 10 Tear 04
era! Systems in Vcuo
Aged 22. MayJ)ie; AH Arc
IM .;. ! U I a MiH4 IM
Europe; Some Superior.
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a-a a tHraa i-u.a. Ta fir ara.
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t nnaltai fraai la afrtcUJ raaaJi
la rr aaaaU la a. .4.
Mr Bararta Takaa
aa bal flloairailoa J fa4 aaa la
laa alataaa eT liararU. waara laa aa-
bUiloa eU laa a-tool, aula la aaaal all
atiutoaa. Tha f"m.ttaa af aack arav
laea ul ta prtarlpai ciuaa aa aa
kaaaead laa d.a aflar laa ralaraa vara
raiU4 ror. Hat, af roaraa, Ik. vaala
Ibtac ePa-k p Ik. .raa af alias.
tloa aJd la that aort of talac. II la
aa alhinc ILka avir alactta rviaraa.
Taa efrvrlaJ rataraa a lr.a aa ta
waaaa afl.r ta. alaritoa. al lb aataf
prialnc a.wtpart bar tbaa lb Mil
"t. bowavar, ttrfnk va hail laarn
a atalnc fram mr tour. I think I can
aalr aar Ibat ih tflffaracica aalwaao
aar malo4 of aantaratloa aaa thai
la not aa rraat aa It aaama ta ba. Jo
Ibar wortfa, tfea Earopoao e.nlwa aay
thai th.jr do It la a alocl. day. bat It la
-auaJlf thraa-ta ! daa bafora thaf
ara rnctaJlr eollactad. la tha fnllad
BlaUa va clra tha anuinaralora II dajra
in lha MUaa and ! day a ta tha aoaatrjr
dlatrteta, but thara la oaa rathar Iob
aartaat dlffaraaoa. la Euro pa tb.r Uka
lha paopla who ara praaaet on tha
aiva dar. wharaaa w. uka tha paapla
a ho art raaidant oa tha dar.
- Batoptaa Xathoi Baatar.
"Th. Euxopaaa anathod la. I admit, a
food deal aaalor. Tha work la almpla
ad rUy faellltataa tba laaua of tha
raturna Alan, it la laaa ltabla to pro.
daca duplication but It la by no mcaaa
eartaln. It doea aot produeo' rathar
mora omlaaiona, Thara ara eartala
rouatriaa .that, take both tha praaant
and tha raaldent population, franca
la aa Inataaca ta point, and It la al
waya found that tha raaidant popala
Uon la larrer than tha population act
ually phyalcaily praaant when tha con-
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6 m ARRESTED
SIX MONTHS' WAIT
Complainants Declare They
Were Taken to Seven Mile
House and Kept Over Night;
Deputies Make Raid.
Son of Oil Millionaire Alleged
Incompetent and Separation!
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la p 11 M rt.ft. br M War
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IMV ai.alaa au.l Tauaa- riara. mlm,
a laaa-tiwr, Ml .raa l IM baa
Ha waa afMannW by hia rant a-l
aikaa fo!ad Itoat. A f'W wanta
J aa latiind abaa aUilaaaa auUa4 a
r.rolrvr aM tr4 fa .imn a al r"
rv-a. ! arr rt aa4 Mara fil
aai aaactoaa la ba arauad.
Haiuaaa ln iata-4 IM aua aa fh.
faihar. bat Ua faiKrr raa aad a-liaoaal
J fTi aia m iran 10a ma
TM at ana a aaa lakaa la lha baa.
Hal BM I-tr tHairtct Aliaraar
I, waa aaamaad by lha potira la
taurtiaw IM ana a al IM Ivoaplial. kla
atataaaaal la M aaad ta cmaa af hia
dih la IM f foaicaHaa af aaltmaa.
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aianb af tit Mcoial
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Complete Physicians Tes.TAFT JK?Sb5SSL?.,ii'' "
ifu FEELING AGAINST.
! . v JUDICIAL RECALL
C A.. lUrpola. twaar aad aaaaaftrl
of lha Bavaa Vtlla raadhoaaa; Edl
(tJIl fraaa Law I Wb I
fouchk.pala. N. I. OcL 1 1. Tb.
Roaa. bartaadar, aad John Carroll. a. I marrlai. of Ry K. Pl.rca. aoa of 1L
lartaJa.r la tba Urara, war arraatad I Ctar fiarra. tha aU mllilonalra. ta baaa.
yM tarda F aranlai by Dapoly Bharlffb ra. itaaaia iTiapman raoi.o.r waa
i .-a D.k n.iiii- ri. banuUad by Jaatlca MoracMuar today
7Z1 Vm.. iiw. M.a blilahouaa r,f tha ca had bao bafora him for
u. t k.v lakkB ta tha annullm.nl. which waa mad by
aay thay wara aldtvapad. takaa to tbt
piaea and kapt av.r nlfht.
Tad"" Ltont. who U at llbarty oa
heavy ball for balnf InpUaalad la tha
aaalUa tandarlota aeaadal Involvlad
formar Chlaf of Pol lea Wapp.nat.ln,
aad who waa arraatad at tha roadbouaaj
waa ralaaaad yaat.rday avrnios front
tha county Jail upon bla own racoc
niianca by tha advica of Ulatrict Attor
ney Camaroa'a offlcai
Tha two other maa arrratad la tha
raid cava tba aan.ee of Jamaa Buraa
and Harr y Tbomaa. Thay ara held la
the county JalL Kfforta of tha datcc
Uvea yeeterday afternoon to enow, tM
twa men are wanted In other citiae
(OaaUnaes from Oaa)
If poaalbla. Thara waa lata af I Ma apoa.
taaaoaa athuataara, favar cheare and
aa hate were thrown ta tha air., cm
cajro atataad Juat aa curloua bat not aa
eartala af Ua roavlctlona.
At 'the oonT.ailoa of the Am.ricaa
allnlBf confrM la Orcheatra hall 1000
d.leaetea htard tha chief . executive
plead for a sound, bualaeealika pollcjkOf
oooaerrallam and defend bla ara ao
lion aad the action of hia eecretary of
the Interior In the Alaakaa controversy.
He advocated many r. forma chiefly of
Interaet to the mlnlna men. and was
aaSarad Mr roundly chearad when he left the balliroun men began to treat human pJ pjtuburi. Oct Plans Tior the aal- iM, ' aalT daatracUoa U srl
u. 75,7rtZI Hoiel La Sella In lastanoa the ,4oxln waa ,Uo ,h. M.H ,.
failed. Burns la a prlflhtar. He
sua Is taken. That Is caused by tha I came to Portland a few daye ao from
f aoaenca rrom tne country of persons
1 who really belong- to It. such as aaa-
i "The difference In Franca Is about
' !00.00. and they tell ma there the true
figures are somewhere about midway.
.The fundamental difference really a
mat tne European countries control. In
Via treat er or leas degree, local officials
whom they can direct to taka the work
In hand at any time, while wa hare to
conatruct tire whole machinery every
time. We must appoint our local an.
i pervisors each time, and while they ara
rapauie ma iney nave not got the mln-
ute knowledge of the work that the
European local officials have of the dls
5 trlcu In which they are situated "
Mr. Falkirer added that hia tour had
; been extremely Interesting and he had
t had the moat courteous treatment every.
, where. Ha would report upon the re
sult or his Investigations, anu possibly
I It might lead to some little form In the
United BUtes' system. a
Salt Lake City to work with a local
boning club. Nothing is known af
Long, who Is a Portland man, first
posed aa an operator connected with
a local detective agency, It la reported,
but this Is denied By tba mansger of the
concern. Long was arrested In Port
land a few years ago and aantenced by
Judge Fraaier to serve one year in the
county Jail for placing a girl la I
house of 111 tepute.. Ile-wae also er
rested last August for gambling at the
Country club races, say the officers,
but not convicted. Two other men ar
rested with him were fined flO. When
Wannensteln wae at his senlth In Be
atle. Long is said to have been the
manager of a resort
Bonds of $2000 Is asked for the man
ager. bartender and entertainer, which
they were unable to give. They have
asked for a preliminary hearing Mon
day before the Justice court. May E.
Belmont was arrested in the room with
Long and is held under balL Maggie
Smith and woman by the name of
f .' Mora than one half of tha ri.
i (00,000 miles of. railroads ara in Kri. King, both living et (12 Bavler street
America and more than one third in! are held as witnesses. The two latter
aj M: T?'ri
' ' a ,
i a i an
Twenty Years' Experience at
'"'T -youraer ce. - -
., .,J '
momvR ara the ones who claim the;
were Induced by Long to go automo
bllina, and then , taken to tha road
house. 'The King woman says she
escaped from the men about 6 o'clock
yesterday morning, came to ' the city
and the sheriffs office- was informed
Long attempted to place all the
hla.ma on the Smith and Klnar women.
but their story Is well', corroborated
that he induced them to ' leave their
home. , Mrs. O. W. Shepherd, mother
of the Smith woman, also says Long
represented himself to be an attorney,
and promised to take the girls for
short ride and bring them home,
Harpole has owned the Seven Mile
roadhouse two months. He has been
quietly operating the place without
license, it Is declared, and only friends
of the place were allowed to patronise
it. The roadhouse waa dosed and kept
closed during the term of Tom Ward,
former sheriff, but tha place waa re
opened soon after Sheriff Stevens took
office, and has run periodically slnca
his-election. Mabel Spear conducted
the place for a while, but waa forced
to abandon it "Mysterious BIQie'
Smith, a former prizefighter, conducted
the place a few months, but was forced
to closs It He was fined 1300 for sell
ing liquor there without a license.
A majority of lawyers have always
believed that Mr. Taft Is a greater Jur
tat than executive, and the entbslasm
with which tha members of tha bar.
greeted him caused hint ta abandon aay
Advocates Oreat Bafarm.
Responding to tba toast "Mr. Taft
the Jurist" tha president advocated one
Judge A. II- P. Salrar. aa Ptaree's bast
friend, on the ground of incompetency,
was aol coaiaeied by Mra. PI. roe. aad
It ta understood that's heavy financial
aetUement wu made upon ber by the
At the time tha annulment proceedings
were inetltued Mrs. pierce
father-in-law's money oou
husband from her under any eondttlona.
Many reports of tha caae being aat
Cad out of court bad been circulate).
and Justice Morachauar refused to grant
tha annulment until be wu aura there
bad beea no collusion.
Tba couple ware married In New York
after Pleroe followed Mra. Faulkner ta
Paris, where she was reported to have
bean wooed by Baron Artnon Da Roth
schild. After the marriage young Pierce of tha reform a for which ha will M ra.
asked his father for an allowance of fmembcred after the trust busting cases
b,vuv a year lor nia wire. , ? nia ine ara forrnttan IT. nrral tha nnn -
father refused to give, and socn aftsr- Uf the bar la sec&rlng a Jurisprudence
" , ,, .7 r . I mrougn wnicn tne aeiays or tne law
. am o ine peai inana wm ceeae to work hardshlna to tha noor
w.,v niiiiuiiukimi wj -rT.ru nui.u man an1 miki Itiit a lnvii Tn Kla
v "j..u.n, .ao .mpona-i leaiimony was connection hs laid much of tha responsl
given i7 n.nry tiay narce ana hilitv at tha doora of manaa-era of tha
. fltiv IU- IWUI man B I .--. mAAXm- tn .v..
K..k.. I " - - .unit
h1 UlilCI . ; fm L lk .a n k k.
W VUU H . W .1.. W WVHMV W. kil.W (VII
eral assemblies are already trying
A squad of mounted police escorted
ths presidential party to the North
tern depot where a special train
was made up for Luke Bluff, the alta
Of the new naval training achool. Tha
president dedicated - the Institution
tba pride of Chicago amid all the
formalities of an epoch In naval his
tory and revlea-ed tha command of Ad
Jrepare for Smoker.
After a trip through the grounda. the
party returned to the Blackatone, where
bare wbita, UrtaiMt e4 aaafbiaa paw
salable la !-. which M Me4
Itj4re4 t.ila Te4S abasrad IMI far
mu 1 14 1 aa af paw tauiM a fatal
n la raaa af rabMia ul II waa m
ittal l aimree waatd put
a aaa.) la alcalb, Tbia dlavavarr a as
ataae avbiw II yare aga, but lr. Ta
Mra rvaiiaaad bla ailt-a. aad la Hot
pabUabc-a a f anbrr ran.
It. Tabara fva.aaiia4 Japan al tM
UruaMla llygt.aM Coafarvar. last ye
aad aa thai tui subauii4 a r$ori
aat bie dlauavary af IM lata which al
iraatad a good deal af ailaatbaayla IM
Mianiirta awtab A yl.rnns cMeataal
aaaafansriag mpaay aabjeciad lha
loita la a acttta of laata. wMaca It wae
ro naaidd thai 11 waa taa palaaooua ta
M etiaiorvd far snadtfal porpoaaa. Ut
ile more was beard ebeat the tosta Ma
ul aaeeatly. wb.o tl waa appUatS la tha
I real man I of Irproay by Maaara. Taahl-
ba wa and Tasnaaakl. ytxing madlcal slu
deata aT tha OaaM : lligbar Medical
haoo, with. It U clAUaad. brtlllaat ra-
'Ji sppsa thai a few moo (ha pravf
aaaly a young taper patient eetered the
Oaaka hospital where thaave twa young
stad ta wa oa daty, and asked la be
treated with lbs, gloM fish poison,
which, be said, 'tis had head waa effl-
raclous la tba core af this laaa aa. He
waa fully wa af the danger involved
bat waa willing aa nia the risk. and. aa
a matter af fact found himself greatly
relieved by tM treatment
TM apang students took careful aot
of the caae aad resolved ta pursue thai
inauinee witn a view la the srslecnatla
application of the tetrad toxin to tha
cure cf leprosy.
TaaU XT sad aa Patieata. .
A quantity af tha medicine was pre
pared In conformity with Dr. Tahara'a
report and after this bad been suo
ceaaruliy teeted on animals tha two
tb e ti law Hi ul U , bat. i. I
ilHalt. M bi. 14, lb i.4
be aa a as im MiUim -
eW af bar A..bt-ja-aae. tti it m. j
-a utuWm, aa aa Si. t-4 a ewia !
bl lte 4 mt a t4 ah b
a a. IM Mt. aa av.a aaa aai la a
MM. avr-a blanawl U'ak, an4Ui J
la kaw af tba uiMa, ta w4 brt S
wm ka tfia!r aaa.ss ua im t
atattag mt aia lb taf 1 4 at, al SWa
Ivaaaa. mim- ta mm, mm
aay. lata ataa.ia b4 im eft.
mi aM Ma bn lualkl a aaa..
a af im awl a if a ba Him. im II
aa Urfeaae MM eM mm im
baa af Ml a f.w aaaiM a4 Ih
UUa ta IM awe aa lafteaa.4 bla
aar aa l aaaaa biaa la awei im
auMae av ai ibi r'iair
b nag al sua tWeet, bia. Ua a 04.
aa at hMa4 ar M avail IM
I tea4 '. aaa lib tvaa sa ka So
baiag bewwgt,! M by am ra r
aala b eiaa ta tM t al Jail .
.Mi im Wlaa waa draas4 la
alb al IM I ta af n Mlaa. be abUa
IM rea-j as itaat II la sM'aad br
baaMM Had u,k Mr aatb, la le
b4r af im errwea-s. aiaa IM iaag
wirrs bdy waa larrtnir b-iad aa
Uraala4 a bar sb beabaav.
TAKES LAST PUFF AT
CIGARETTE, ENDS LIFE
Mr. AUred A. Wrlfbl ef OnuO.
J.. bo wm catlew a "perfect
wife" by her a a ha Ad U letter
wblrk mm vrota to Jadfw W, O.
. Toom of Xaaaaa Qif. who It
awCUihf a dtrorco cava aaid. 'here
ta no such tblaff ai a per fart wife."
Mr. Wriibt. raadtsf (be tllpptbf.
. took viabraco at Iba Jd
tnarks and ta a .attar told bin that
'ha had tha "moat perfect wife la
tha world, and would not Uka
. tlM0Q.e00.for her or tt taa
wU for . aoochar." Oontlnatai
Ur W rtabt mmtA ta aa ltarrta
-.. - I tSel b, TV .
is nor. Idas, a taira or a ce. i avaitia. w.b, ul it jcstdaaiir
tory aba baa caver altered a croaaf1r '" aeiibeuee. Jay jaksoa- aa
word to me. &or baa aba proroiad I rr. 1,-. - - - WT
oaa from me. Then batlar rat, k-,.. w. w, mZLt? kiTL. ..."
aba baa flrea to tba world four
plaodld aona and fonr flaa ffhogb
term. What womaa eoold ba bet-tar?"
; TAFT GUEST OF HONOR
AT PITTSBURG FETE
(l-altee Trn Uaaal Wkra.)
eral Mara aad tl waa aaaarea I M bad
baaa I Making af eelf-d Irwstlaa. Ha
smoked" ta elteaca aad finally tinnoa
lag up bla courage, look a last puff al
bla clg srette aad lhaa pluagad lata ster-
aity. The asn oM was still eti rliag up
ta the celling when eiteedasta broke
Jackaon ranted the re a a weak agn.
corning fro no aaa kaowa wMra. He
gave no history af hlmeelf. Ha en-u.
pled a tiny roam with Mrely spare for
bad and chair. When M pulled the r
vaiver -trianrer be eat on lha cbalr. In
which paa men the body waa found. Ho '
waa about at yeere of age aad fairly
wall dressed. That poverty wss not
tM causa af bis self daat ruction Is art-
rarri,'7o.'h'.;1", !"f,f!r K. b.,d Tuy with President Taft th.
roey. The quantity applied waa a. "I" oncr .TJ?'.. '?,,f
rramma which ... ini, ....... The feature of tha celebration will Ml
neoualy in five to eleven nortion a. ik. rirtr parade of about !
mrTmtiwm waa .hta .- I wbloh will M lad hv tha N.w Orleajia a
fire tnjeotlons a paUent who had been replica of tha famous steam-pro pelted I Three more convlctlona have been -suffarlna-
Intanaa Mln tnr aan ...k. boat built la 1111 nndertha direction of I Cured by the game wardens for vio-
expertenoed lnetant relief and wm able Nicholas J. Roosevelt uncle of Theo- me state game u onn
3 CONVICTIONS FOR
GAME LAW VIOLATIONS
UNIONISTS IN WAR ON
HIGH COST OF LIVING
(I'nltrd Prna Laawd Wlra.1
Indianapolis. Oct 28. The crusade
against the high cost of living In In
dlanapolls will reach a climax tomor
rowawnen delegates from union labor I C. 1 ' ' , " ".Wiw, wusm
from I wn- uiiuuK, wcxv given tv prap
m ihe? a'visiorS
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FIFTH AND MORRISON STS.
Pnbllhr PV,ai LaaamJ Wlra.J ;
San Francisco. CaJ.. Ctrt n nnni
P. Dalton, former assesaor of Alameda
county -and for a score of v.ara nna
of iu political powers, who is serving
an eight year sentence in San Quentin
penitentiary lor bribery, has begun to
break down. His friends are maklne?
acinp io nave leniency extended
to him by Governor Johnson or. th
ooara ox prison directors. h
. Near Dalton tolls Abraham Rnif Can
Francisco's fallen political boss. The
two share the distinction of h.ii,. ,v.
d prisoners now under War
den Hoyle'a care.
The COnVlCtiOn Of naJtnn 'Atlnnra
his acceptance of a bribe of $5,000 from
Sanjuel P. Eastman, vice president Of
the Spring Valley Water company.
He waa Indicted on bfa it
Jicted on July i. He act up tha de-
f". thm th c wa a plot of po
litical caemies , -
organisations and representatives 'from
tne unorganized workers will meet to
aiscuss metnods for
Establishment of a consumera and
producers' exchange Is the tentative
plan which seems tonight to be the
one most likely to be adopted by.the
workers. A Joint stock commnr-li
proposea, tne exchange to be opened as
soon as IG0.000 Is raised from stock
It Is planned to have the stock, dis
tributed equally among farmers, fruit
growers, gardeners and producers of
rooastuirs in general and laborers.
Thus both producers and consumers
would be equal In power in regulating
the policy of the exchange. The meet
ing tomorrow, which is believed- to be
the first move of Its kind In the United
States, Is the direct outgrowth aof tne
crusade against high food prices Initi
ated by Mayor Shank in his selling Of
potatoes at cost
ASSAILANT OF JUDGE
aratlon for the Chicago Association of
i.rin. JS Commerce banquet and smoker. The
"a uniMilli waa a hi kul in an Vl
to tne representatives or tha industrial
interests of tha city and waxed enthu
siast lo In praise of the development of
trade and commerce in the west; -
TlikM la knmklhln. mUn.tr . fl.t
mat-seems to epitomize energy and
success," he said. . : ,
"The -changes "which I can note Sn
each visit seem wonderful and the
spirit of advance grows each year. It
la the spirit of Chicago that must make
a profound impression on any one."
Mr. Taft was made a union mason
during, the day, being given all the Ini
tiations and degrees which entitle him
to lay .the corner stone of the new
Hamilton club today in true union
faahlon. . . - - ?' .
Tired, but evidently satisfied with
tha result of his activities, the presi
dent returned to his hotel lata at night
to get a good rest for another busy
session tomorrow. He will leave Mon
day evening after the longest visit he
ever made in Chicago.
to sleep at night and In other cases
marked Improvement in tbe symotoms
was recorded. The toxin was further
applied to patients suffering from nerv
ous ailment, and again with satisfac
tory result. .
It 1 aa yet too soon ta air thit'th.
loxm win completely cure leproay, but
It Is at least certain that it can ha
employed oa human beings without
raiai errect ana aa an auxiliary agent
tnv.aiigauona are being continued with
orriciaj cooperation. Mr. Kobavaahl. di.
rector of tha hygienio bureau of tha
nome orrioe, nas issued to the Toklo
ana other leper asylums instructions
to conduct experiment In the new
treatment and small quantities of the
toxin have been distributed for tbe pur
pose. The result of these experiment a
will be published from tlon to time.
W. H GORDON, PORTLAND
dor Roosevelt The boat will M Christ- Ilo nJ T. D. Koss each pleaded
ened by Mra. Alice ' Roosevelt-Long- uty to killing female deer and were
worth. fined III and coot apiece. They were
Governor John K. Tener of Pennsyl- arrested on Willow Flats, In Jackson
vsnla, and about 14 other governors of unty, OctoMr II.
nlnln. at. taa akn arlll onma ka.a a ThS Other MTeat WBS an Indian Jamaa
attend the National Mica Safety demon- J Devil, for foul hot king of aalmo'n. Dsy-
stratlon Monday and Tuesdsy, will also I has leu nis triM ana become amen
be In the river pcreant hla to "white man's" taw. He wss ar-
President Taft wUl arrive here Tues- rested October SI at tha hatchery on
Many mining engineera and others in
terested In mining -are expected to ar
rive tomorrow for the mine safety dem.
onstratlon. Great Interest has been
manifested In the svent and thousands
the Wallowa river. He was fined ISO
and sosta. Before he decided to pay
hia fine he spent two days In ths Union
LABOR GUNMAN FOUND
GUILTY OF MURDER; LIFE
(Special to' Th. JoeraaLt
Seattle, Wash., Oct 28. "I'm
sorry for my actions in this matter. I
feel that we've been grossly wronged
and that the court has taken sides with
people who persecuted us."
This was the statement tonleht of
Mrs. Christina Olson, who yesterday
tnrasnea superior Judge John F. Main
wno- naa decided a case against her.
Mra Olson is In the county Jail to-
nignt m derault of 1500 ball on her
assault charge, although Judge Main
snow ea ner to go on her recosmlamnce
on the contempt charge. Also In Jail
is Marry tjison, ner husband, who Is
In custody In default of Szoo bond to
keep the peace. He was arrested for
threatening the court, thus:
"My. wife is in a good cause, I often
feel that I ought to go get a rifle myself
and shoot his head off." referring to
jnage Main.,., , ; . t-.
When arrested Olson was in a belli.
com mooa and expressed his determina
tion to get baNsa soon aa possible.
xouigni a. u. r arnanais, a building con
tractor, took tenato Tile a bond. x.
pressing an opinion that the woman is
the victim of sn unjust law He claim's
ZT aaferleneb with the
WW Va. - . m , a
Journal waalads brl
(Special to The Jotirnal i
San Francisco. Oct 28. Chester Mc
jNeni, son of the chief clerk of the
Northern Pacific railroad, at Portland,
wno was deserted here by H. 8. Carr,
who brought him from hia home In
Portland to the St Francis hotel under
promise that, he would nav all tha
niiis, again mysteriously disappeared
Wednesday afternoon and wa not lo
cated until last night His father tel
e graphed tha management of the fit
Francis that he would pay the bill in
curred at the hotel and for the manage
ment to send tbe boy to the home of
John Cameron at 1828 Fell atreet Tha
boy never appeared there, and last night
Inquiries" were -bfarted ..to learn hia
whereabouts, and after a few hours'
search he waa located at tha home of
C L. Gates, contracting agent for the
Burlington route. S21 Capp atreet
Arrangementa were made by Gates to
send th boy home on the steamer Rose
Kity, which sailed today at noon. For
long time the whereabout
alarmed- tha .Cameron
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Seattle, wash.. Oct 28. w. ir -.
doh, Portland,. was chosen aunrema nat
chief of the Loyal Order' ef Lions at
the supreme convention held In Seattle.
a which delegates were present from
Washington, Oregon. California. Ohio
ana Briusn Columbia. A supreme den
was elected at this convention, which
was, one of the most successful in tha
Lraer a history, in addition to Gordon
otners or tne supreme den are: J. A
weirare, Eagla Harbor, supreme chief
Berton Conner, Spokane, vice chief
uaptain j. h. rerry, Portland, chaplain
Roy B. Hopkins. Seattle, secrete
Charles ISrown. Port Rlnlrolv (nmn.
H. J. Speckert, Seattle, chief organizer;
Dr. M. B. Lockwood. Arlata, Or., physi
cian; H. B. Strayod, Portland, counsel
lor; W. H. Scott Arleta, Or., master-at-arms;
Charles Schwartz, Seattle,
sentinel; ira juraite, Seattle, picket
Trustees of the order are H. E. Batter,
Seattle; J. B. Soward, Seattle; W. C Mc
Masters, Seattle; James Chile, Akron,
u.; ranx v. Lenta, uutte; H. M. Bow
man, Seattle, and H. B. Strayod, Port
land. : .
A CAT, A CROCODILE
AND A TRUTHFUL TAR
New Tork, Oct 28. David Law. chief
engineer or me unusn steamBhlp Con
dor of the Grace . line, anchored off
Tompkins vllle, S. I- puffed at his nine
last nignt ana casually aald:..
I havs been sailing these seas for
thirty rears, been shipwrecked more
than once, I've met cannibal and l'vs
seen fighting among men and beads,
but that fight last Wednesday between
that crocodile and that tlaar cat Mat
all.- -v.-" V - . , . , -..- . .
"The crocodile waa named Joa and
belonged to John Cobb, a coal paaser.
Joe wa about four feet long. Tbe
tiger cat wss Harriet and waa alx
month old. She belonged to Bill Fer
guson, a stoker. The two had tha ran
of the ship and were fine friend tiU j
last Wednesday. , Then Joa just 1n run I
took a nip at Harriet's tall. Then - I
"Say. what - a flahtl it laata7
hour; then Harriet got a strangle hnM
on Joe's throat wlbh her teeth. . That
rnuea joe. , wnen uarnet aaw she hsd
killed her chum she waa tbe moat re-
(PabUfhers' Prraa Leased Wlrs.l -.
Chicago, 111., Oct 28. Maurice Kn-
right. labor gunman, was found guilty
or th murder or Vincent Altman and I
punishment fixed at life Imprisonment
In tha state penitentiary by a Jury In
judge Mcsunys courtroom-today.
Tha oondemned man was the business
agent of ths united Plumbers' associa
tion. He was known as the "king of
The verdict . waa returned at 10:05
a. m. Eniight leaped from hi chair as
the verdict was rendered, swayed toward
his counsel, and exclaimed:
"My God ! I never dreamed of this."
The . verdict was totally unexpected
by the defense and evsn surprised the
stats. . .... -.. ' " v,.i'v
Ground oloves are cheaper than whole
ones . because the stems are used r in
the preparation -of the former,'.
mfi bafttl a at 0 on aa,M r w . .
sKAfrfaa a. u I ---.- ---.a- j Vwa mw, CD. GrOOPea
r.fl A 1,07 111 over " she climbed the foresta
family. - He waa Rill want aft h.- k, .v.- a,!- -11
K-, ir.. r . :. m.
- mrnVt.lm.Um. - ITIIO Tfl. BO ftnA W. . Jt r.mm. mJt M 1-m-
shstant manager of the hotel mitted auldder Sun.' I
We have learned that one David Lewis has been ns-'
ing a purported letter of our firm, indorsing a certain de
vice he claims to have patented, being a so-called guage
- - for measuring' liquors in barrels and at the same time be
V ing a check upon the quantity taken therefrom. ;
,Ve desire to say tfyit this Indorsement, is', not the indorsement-of
our firm, but being used from one of our
clerks without our consent or authority, and is being used
over our protest and with the knowledge of said Lewis
- that we do not indorse said device as being of any Value.
" Qn the contrary we have informed said Lewis that his
' said-device is of no practical value, and of no value to'us '"
in our line of business, and that the letter he obtained from
oar clerk was unauthorized and the he should not use it
He returned the original letter to our said clerk short
. ly after it was written, but we learn he has been using
copies thereof for the purpose of selling stock in a cor
. poration intended to control the patent on said device.
- . ' Wedesire to warn the public that we do not indorse
said devke as being of any value. Signed,
BRUNN & CO; r i
Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealers.
FIRST AND ALDER STREETS, PORTLAND, OR. ' rf