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4 farlona aad from haadrada af
flta af hural irftraa ta all
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4 ta tha aarth.
RaJpa Alton Wlthyeomba, whOM mar-Haa-a
la Jaaata Iaabal hfaaa of Uillabora
laat W'adnaaday cam aa ft trraat aur vith a atatad rata of Interval
AT WORK EVERY NIGHT
That work an oommtaalon plan char-
tar drafla may ba eomplatad In Urn
for aplal alactloa ta January, both
tha paopla'a and tha Simon charter ra
lalon 'eommlttaaa -aramaatlng- aary
Aftar astaodad argumant tha paopla'a
commlttM dacldad laat Bight that bond
laauaa undar coirunlaalon form govern
ment ba leeued In denomlnatlooa imall
enough to permit am all local tnveetora
to buy.' It wm alao arraad that muaicl-
pal boada abould alwaya ba aold at par
prtae to bia maay frlaada, la wall fcaowa
la thla elty.
Mr. Wlthyeoinbe graduated from tha
Lincoln high acbool la rebruary, 1119,
tming one or tha flrat honor atudenta.
Ha waa a member of tha track team for
eeraral tar ma and preeident of tha
Toloa Debating aoolaty for a term.
' lla waa a member of tha Multnomah
club for aereral raara, winning aeveral
i. prlsea aa a awlmmer. lla waa one
of tha wlnnera of the flrat Cbiiatmaa
wlm which took place In tha Wlllam
lie river la December. 109, and waa
lao one of the wlnnera In the awlm
which waa held laat Chrletmae. Ha
waa the flrat peraon to dire off the
; He hM been living for the paat year
. on me. lamiiy rarra near Hllleboro.
Where he became acquainted with Mlaa
Mann. Mr. Wlthyeomba la the aon of
Mr. and Mr a. John wlthyeomba of thla
elty and la a nephew - of Dr. Jean
Wlthyeomba, who baa charge of the ex
pertmental atatlon at the Oregon Agrl
Cultural oollega, Corvallla.
I The couple are now apendlng their
honeymoon at Seaalda and at Oearhart
i'arlc They will ba at home to their
frlenda at Hlllaboro after November 10,
BOOM FOR UNDERWOOD
SOUNDED. BY COLQUITT
J. (tTaltad Preaa Ltid Wire.)
New Orleana. Oct.' 81. Congressman
Oacac ; Underwood of Alabama, Demo
cratic leader of the house, today la
boomed for tha presidency by Governors
toiqultt or Texas and Noel of Alabama,
wlio have declared him tha logical can
Governor Minn of .Virginia said to-
amy that he thought the presidential
fight looked like a "three cornered race
between Clark, Wilson and Harmon,
wnn xne lacier leading.
TAKE A COURSE OF
At Once ; . It win do von rood
Tha Blmod committee agreed to leave
tha present civil service regulations aa
tbay are, with the exception that inves
tigation Into tha dlaeharg of any city
employe may only ba when ha has as
signed political or religious reason for
his discharge. Tha lntefinlte term "good
of tha aarvlca" la now Included among
the reaaons for Investigation or dis
charge. Tha effect of this arrange
ment would be to make discharge of
city employes much easier than- at tha
present, successors to discharged em
ployea are always to ba appointed from
the civil service certified lists. Several
paragrapha of the proposed finance
section of the commission plan charter
were considered by tha Simon commit
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any, wha enpur aver t fr awai ar
lhe wrhmaa a4 4e prartlcaJr all tM
d!garat raatrauag work la ihla caai
d I aauaity.
Vaf fee ah. iwaya aVeiasa,
mawever, tha u alone have ladaraad
Irtanhil Aadaraoat, ho. It la elalraad by
4tMM far haaa he haa werhad, ta tax
4 oofnpaiaal and him have ga m far
aa to My ibey uaattoft hia ability la
paaa the lamlaalloa. rroea tha Mat
lararmalloA thai caa M oUaJaad fraea
tha mayafa efflc. he U UMly ta ra
eaiva the apooiatasMt. What a ep
Urtel Thla tiiy. la Ha attempt to la
due antarprlaa la eotne I our
muBliy. w hereby Mlh capital aad la
bor ara allied for lb mutual arelfare
of the community, PHft. Individual. be
soma evea go M far aa la aay la a
Socialist with enarebleUe tndaola.
balng placed ta ft poaltloa through poli
tics, regardieea or fliaaaa.'
In aaother paragraph tha bulletin
dle a rap 4a tha county eommlaaloaera
"Wi note Shaehy, Proa. Fainting A
Decorating company' have not received
the contract from the Uewla-Hleke com
pany for the painting of the sew wlag
of tha Multnomah court houea. Lewis
lllcka company claim they ar willing
to atgn up tha contract with Shaehy
Broa. but tha ' county eommlaalonera
will not approve of It for tha reason
that there hM Men much preaaur
brought to bear upon them by repre
sentatlVTa" of union labor. '
Thla abowa the calibre of tha coun
ty eommlaalonera beoauM they do not
realise that the ao-called repraaen
UUvea of organlaad labor repraMnt a
very a mail portion of tha labor oImmi
and voters of our city, and ther ara
ZT&iJn&.TvrM9JZ 0?. dr . Pttf and halretg to miflioni. who hu ' bftftn
taxpayer la me county because Shaehy
Broa. were 4400 less than tha next
highest bidder and ara amply able to I
quaury oy tona and by inspection to
carry out the oontraoc according to
P. R. S N. WORK CARS
Rnarhl to The 7oarnal.)
Hlllsboro, Or., Oct, Sl-Peter Lor
sung, a carpenter, and v. u. Btones'
berry, a cook, were seriously but not
fatally injured when two sections of ft
R. St N. work train collided at Bux
ton at 9 o'clock last night. Tha front
section waa backing to pick up cars on
siding but missed the switch and
crashed Into - cars loaded with logs.
The crew was in the work oar and waa
thrown in all dlrectiona. All received
minor Injuries but Lorsung and Stokes-
berry were badly cut In .the face and
sustained broken, ribs.
SUPREME COURT GIVES
I. C. C. GREAT POWER
(United Fraas JaaedVWIre.i
Washington, D. C, Oct 31. An opln
ion handed down yesterday by the Uni
ted Statea supreme court Indicates that
Interstate bommeree commission
will be given complete control of all of
the railroads In tha country and spells
doom ' for .the state railroad com mis
sionav " 1
The court held that all rolling atock of
railway that la a highway of inter
state commerce must comply with the
federal safety appliance act. It la tak
en thatjthe court's deolslon means there
to be . no dual control or . interstate
TRIAL OF MIKE MORGAM
WILL BEGIN ON NOV. 6
(Special to The Joaroal.)
Grants Pans, Or., Oct. 11. Circuit
court will convene Thursday morning,
November I, Judge Calklna presiding.
On Monday, morning, November 4, the
cmo of Mike Morgan, the man who con
fessed . to murdering John Jork , and
throwing the body Into tha Bogue' riv
er, flrat weighting It down with log
chalna. will ba taken up.
.-Fleming Jury la Complete.
Redding, CaL. Oct tL The Jury to
try Daniel Klemlng, a railroad -police-
man. rhrff with murd farina. - fli...
1 Vallier on the top of a pMaenger coach
I near her August 2, 1114. wm completed
today. This is the nrst day of the
fourth 'week of tha trial. Tha - trial
T 1 proper will begin tomorrow, when the
j flrat witness wtH ba called. .
SAY INSURANCE MEN
known for her philanthropies aiocw aha waa a tiny &irl, haa routed
tha austere French chef from the kitchen of tha Prick manalon, at
Pride'a Croatinc, Boaton, and taken upon beraelf tha dntlea of cook.
Mlaa Flick insist on preparing with her ova baada choicest of dain
ties for ber millionaire fathar. An old aaylnf la that "tha way to
reach a man'a heart la through bla stomach." At leaat Mr. Frick la
delighted, for ba la aald to have boaated to frlenda that bla daugh
ter la the finest cook in the country. If ba wanta MIsa Frick for
anything these daya, ha doesn't search In -the elegant drawing
room of bla North Shore mansion, h,ut makes a bee line for the kitch
en, where he la almost sure to find her.
Asserting that an Important wttneaa
In the suit of the Alaska Portland
Packers' association against four fire
Insurance companies la Ice bound In
Nushagak, Alaska, and oannot get out
until next summer, the Insurance com
panies have filed an application in the
United Statea circuit court for a contin
uance ; of the case until . ha caa ba
250 CITIZENS GUESTS
OF LOCAL PACKING CO
Many Portlanders today aaw for the
flrat time the wondera of the. Interior
Tha wltnafifj trhnf. la.tlmAn t I. 4.. of a areat meat packing plant Over
aired is A. H. Mlttendorff, who. It la 80 ot them, mostly membart oTthe
..11 . a v.- v..u . . i . 1 -..liRaat SM Rnalnaaa Man'a elub and Port-
ucbu, torn wtou ui A1WU ivr XV I -- . " . .
voaxa. ha bn ana-avail in th. .nnin. land Conaumera' league, accepted tha
business part of that time and knowa invitation of tha Union Meat company
transDortatlon conditions, i Tha dafanri. to Inspect tha company a packing plant
ants clainL-they asked Mlttendorff Au- aV Kenton. ':ml. ' Vi,-
gust 4 to come to Portland to testify An a"""" wwi iuiu ....
but that aa ha haa not ahown tip and "tockyarda and then Into tha plant at
hia toam haa nnf .nntt.il v. Ut DOlnt WRBrO inO HOCK II IBKCn III.
aenger UaU of vessel leaving Nusha- om there their hosts xondueted them
. - . 1aa Wa faAtlVa. Alf S aaapphlAn wnaft fnaBB' W 1 BB
SSr SLZTL'?" "untn" miiir reTche. th. T d.:
lf yvia at 1V W V1VOQU UT IW inn Willi . .. . .. . a
not be open again untU the summer of FartmanV J?& J-- rfi wJ moiic-t
1912. Tha only other way to get out of t0U,lh' bef0r t'hfnf m
Nuahagak. they aay. la to walk and ride . Tne W6M ahown how th hides and
overland to Valdeay distance of 1000 LM,w0l -T,. "iiJiT
enllaa -. awia.aaa, I XlUVAaV Wff V tuaiuv ama,ww . m-.-w.
. every particle of carcase . Is utilised.
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oe aani ivuttenaonr ,'n th nrat vl "L IZJ, -
PROSPERITY OF WEST
5 NEW YORKER
northbound mall, whiofi will leave Seat
tle Deoember 1. The Insurance com
a-aw awwaMw w aiv lUBUisuiVfJ WU1 111 -gt
panlea hope to have Mlttendorff answer pla;nlBT:
The method of keeping the plant In
a clean, .aanitarv condition was
with a deposltion in Nushagak, which
will be mailed back to Portland.
After tha trio through tha plant the
guests were sarved with luncheon be-
Suit involves th amount of lnanraaca toT 'trn,"4r to- the city,
carried on the Alaska Portland Packers'
association cannery and stock at Nush-
agak, on Bristol bay. The plant burned
August 10, 1910, and Ave daya later tha
Insuranee companies claim tha 100 or
more employes deserted It, making no
effort to sav tha atock and auppllea or
protect them from the elements. -They
claim nothing more waa dona until the
next aummer, when It wm found salmon
cans nao ruawo ana-aiiwo caaea naa tnus jji Oct 81. Further rInf oroe-
nr?o ntove- in tM Ttnlil 'Si Itillan troop. In Tripoli,
of 100 employes on the steamer BerMn 1 .. n
TROOPS FOR TRIPOLI
days In safety at the. plant and made
their way out by way of Bristol bay
and the Bering aea.
eavalrv and engineers, ara being secret
ly assembled today. The reinforcements
will form another army division,: total
ing 15,000 men.
Further expeditions are - apparent, as
the government la still retaining steam
era chartered aa transports at great ex
pense. It la expected that. by the first
' a ' .a..w.in t. I of the year naiy win nave an army 01
sent tnit Jhla wek from the headquar ??uPt,OB la Tripoli aggregating 100,-
ters or tna im Eiu convention tol v
officials of lour -great railroad systems
th Haniman, Great Northern, North
ern Pacific and Canadian Pacific. These
cards will b put on dlaplay at the
bootha to ba maintained by tha rallooad
eompanlea at the land ahowa to ba held i Hinabora. Or Oct II. A wild daah
at Boaton. New Tork and Omaha.-. - Inf ia mllaa In 14 minutes over conntrv
The cards are In the form of a laraa I roada In aft automobile by Dr. Bailer
placard. At ine top ta a large elk's I of Hlllaboro pern ape aaved the life Of
head and antlers. Below the head are I Mr. Jamea Corey of Mountaindale, who
the -words, cleverly painted: "The Elkalearlr thla morning drank concentrated
Want Ton la Portland, Oregon, Week I lye with aulcldal Intent She hM snf
of July . Hit." - , I fered from melancholia and waa closely
watched to prevent eulclde. Tha out-
Jenrnal want ads bring reeulta. ' ' . 1 come la In doubt
WOMAN DRINKS LYE; MAD .
AUTO RUSH BY DOCTOR
Among the gnests of distinction In the
city at present ara Mr. and Mrs. Stan
ley Thayer Coaaens of New Tork., Mr.
Cotsens Is tha president of the Golden-
berg Bros, ft Co., on of the largest Im
porters or lace and laoa goode tha
United States. . The firm waa founded j
in isdb. .:
. "Although, wa have beea doing busi
ness with many dealers on the Paclflo
coast for year thla la my flrat visit to
this section," . said Mr, Coziens. "To
aay that I am Impressed la putting it
mildly. Really I am Mtonlshed at -the
gTowtn - ana prosperity or the west
Previous to this. I have spent part of
each year In Europe, but from now on I
Intend - to - see - more of the west In
fact I am already contemplating a re
turn trip next spring. -
. - "WhUe ' In California : I had . ft talk
with Ex-Senator Frank P. - Flint of that
stats. . Ha informed me that he had
written to several of th great Trans-
atiantlo . steamship eompanlea rutrest-
ing that they aond at leaat one of their
big steamers through the Panama canal
on Its completion. Should they follow
this suggestion I am sure they would!
follow It ' up by placing : their : boats
regularly on th route." i c .
BIG CROWD EXPECTED
From-the acccptanoea received by the
management of the -People's Amusement
company there will doubtleaa be a gath
ering of representative citizens - tomor
row night who will celebrate with tha
management the grand opening of the
People's theatre at West Park and Al
der streeta. Careful arrangements have
been made to - take care of the Invited
guest, and also 'the general publla. It
Is the aim of the -management to atart
the. first show promptly, at, 7 o'clock
and -thereafter each hour a . full and
complete show ' will ; be given until 11
o'clock.' .' . '.--:- --.v ...
The opening program Which haa been
eelecUd with which to christen . the
new People's theatre la on that haa
been carefully prepared for many weeka.
Each picture Is ao complete a feature -In
Itself that it la difficult to specialize.
but among the attractlena to- ba offered
will be motion picture of the terrific
truggle between the ehamplonshlo
baseball players of th United State.
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HEPPNER FLOOD SURVIVOR
SUCCUMBS TO OLD AGE
nH ia TVa Jarl) ,
llappnar. Or Oct 41. Julius Keith-
ley, on ef th otdast ploaaer ef Ore
gon. dld her yviierdsy at 1 o'clock.
Mr. Kelthley waa born In flint Hill,
Do, November St. 1111, reaching an
age of 74 yaars and 11 montha. II
cam to Oregon and Morrow county In
1474. where he baa resided aloe. In
tha lreppar flood of Jon 14, l0t. Mr.
Keltbley narrowly eacaped death, Ming
carried dowa th valley on and ft nan
miles on ft portion of th roof ef ft
bouse. Mr. Kelthley wm appointed to
fill th term of county Judge easeed by
th death of Judge Mitchell, thus be
coming th second Judge of Morrow
county. Mr. Kelthley wm en of th
flrat truatee ef the local Methodist
Episcopal church, and remained ft trus
tee until his deatlu t ,
Big masquerade Oaks Kink tonight
KILLS AGED EUGENE MAN
, - . - . . ( i
IBoaHal The Immm 11
Eugene. Or, Oct 41. Homer A.
Saara, aged about 44, died at hi horn
on Onyx ftvenue laat night from injuria
raealved when b fell off his tricycle
en Willamette etrat y4trday after
noon. The axle of tha tricycle broke
and hie head struck' forcibly on tha
pavement. He dlil net Mem badly hurt
at first, but an hour or two afterwarda .
became unconecloua. Ftiyalclana say '
death wm due to hemorrhage of th
brain. He waa bachelor and lived
rtaat Full State Ticket.
It la aald that the Republican Pro
greealv League of Illlnola la planning
to put full atat ticket la the field
for. the Republican primary election
next year. whan ft governor and other
state offlclala will M elected. - .
Secure a Kano No
As' we are retiring-irom the Piano business and want
to dispose of our, stock as soon as possible, we have de
cided to rent Pianos at a reasonable rental, and if the
ame is purchased within a reasonable; time; all rent
paid may apply toward the purchase of the piano at
our present' closing-out price, which, means from $ 100
to $5o less than the usual selling price of the instru
ment. Remember,, in this way you get a much better
Piano than, is usually rented, and a big saving if you )
decide to buy. All Pianos are being closed out at fac-1
tory cost arid on payments to suit. Best makes to se-"
lect from. . Come and see us if interested in a piano.
Large stock of Phonograph Records. -
Hovenden Piano Co.
106 Fifth Street Next to Perkins Hotel
GOAL $6.50 A TON
rATKXB BATBi KEEP TXB POT
- BOXLXHO. 1
Diamond Coal bakes the bread that
mother makes, . ,- -..
Broils th steak thai father takes
AU th while with smile
And says, "By Gosh,' If I'd known
this Mfor. - -'.'v
I would not have swore : r
I'd burn coal no mora. - .
rMamnni) frxt fnal Ca' CUm '-
Dear Sirs. Have uaed the Diamond Crest Coal for aom time ad find
it entirely satisfactory- Expect to us it continually. BiajrT2?'LiEk& s
Diamond Gret Coal Go.
SSS Bailway Bxohanga Bldg. rhone Maratau S574. Portlind, Ofc .
"no Soot, Wo Clinkers, Z.lttla Ash.
Delivered at your addresa in Port
land, within the onemile circle, at
this price or within th two-mi M I
circle at 47 per ton, this week nnlv.
TWO TONS TO KACH CUSTOHKR. E
we wm noi reserve any of this coal
for anyone, excepting orders accom
panied, by the cash" or check. ,
Oct 14. mi