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' TELLS LIST STORY
OF COURAGE OF WW
Praiso Showered on Youthful
V - Commander ; "Embarrasses
Him; Den(es Using Pistol;;
' (1,'nllfil l're Leaned W"lr.)
New Jork, Oct. 17. Captain Francis
IntH ot the lobt ateamsMp Volturno
i ! yj wormed ratlier embarrassed than gratl
wwr j,y the praise showered on
i htv' kJa' onJuct during: the burning
. v. ""keel. ; -1
rtJ'iltr- Jili'i'1 concerning tha disaster, all
' 7 he" Could W'persuaded to do was to hug
- h1a dog: : Jack, and anawer with tha
1 - baldest and most unvarnlahed narrative.
Ilia eyea,-which suffered severely from
. the heat and tha glare of tha fire,. War
: still troubling him,' but his phvalclana
n jsald they were confident his sight would
' ' .". not be Impaired permanently.' ! , s
. Tha captain was completing his : re
" port today to 'tha Uranium Steamship
company, which operated tha Volturno.
It will embody a compactly written
account of tha ehlp'a lose, with tribute
to the; courage of the crew, a word for
the excellent behavior of the passenger
and an expression or the highest grati
' ' tud to the distressed company's ree
cuere. i , - 1 'wti-i-''&l
,. Captain -Inch denied absolutely,' the
, atorlaa that there . was cowardiee. die
' ; played by his sailors; that the captain
of the rescuing ships spared any risk
.,, or effort to save . them from the Vol-
turno, op that- the burned craft's life
V saving equipment was In any way de
fective, ' -
t Among the Volturno's survivors who,
V with Captain Iach, arrived here otf the
Kroonland, s were three nameless, or
"... phaned babies,' who will be adopted by
: . rich New York, families unless 'relatives
, claim them. VeV-'t-'si -
hlrt Oliaikln iirrnrn inn .'.
u onHiivd mccucu run
OLD TIME FIRE HORSE?
"Walla Walla, Wash,, Oct '.'17C -With
: the fire auto stalled in the mud a dan
gerous .blase In- the David Rhea home
here came near causing the loss of the
' dwelling. and the death of Mrs. Rhea,
who was carried on her sickbed to a
neighbor's hdme. The chains' had not
been DUt on th aufn trunk nt lha Kf o
machine, slipped into a-mudhole in theJ
. Biua vi ma rvaa ana stncK. iiowever, the
horse -apparatus extinguished . the blase.
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Christian Conference In-.
. corporation Dissolved.-1-.
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CRAWFORD WILL DEFEND
- . (Salem Bureae of tteJeqrnai.j'V'"
Salem, Or., Oct. 17. Attorney Gener
al Crawford has ' been requested to de
fend the minimum wage commission in
the Injunction, suit brought to restrain
the commission from enforcing its or
der regulating the wages of women em
ployed in factories. He expects to gone
Portland tomorrow to confer with the
commission about the case, which will
teat the constitutionality of tbe law cre
ating the commission. ,
' (Saltm Sureaa jti JwrnL '
'Balem, Or, Oct 17. Acting upon In
formation received from Deputy District
Attorney J. Collier of Portland, Cor
poration Commissioner R. A. Watson
has taken ftfiv to have the attorney
general -brlnga suit W cancel the ar
ticles of - Incorporation of the United
Christian conference of the Church of
: . "From the evidence I have no hesi
tancy In saying the whole scheme la
fake and fraud organised for the purpose
of deceiving the people In the name and
under the cloak of religion.", states
Collier In his letter to Watson.
Tha president of the corporation and
chief operator' in the scheme is St. D
Martin. Collier reported that ' Martin
andjils wife and secretary a short time
ago : were ; convicted of vagrancy and
given a Jail sentence and fine but were
paroled from the bench by Judge Mc
Ginn. He said their principal -vocation
was ordaining ministers of tbe most il
literate type, charging 1.50, each. He
said these fake preachers would take up
collections once a month for the support
of Martin and his wife. ,-'',
Last June Martin and his wife were
arrested while, conducting a "tag sale"
on the streets' in Portland. Collier said
they used three different pretenses for
selling tags, one being that the money
was -for the . benefit of vthe World's
Chrlatlanshlp ? conference, another that
it was for the Baby Home, and another
that it was for an Old People's Home.
He aald the "conference" which author
ized the sale was composed ot five or
six members of the hobo type, and was
held in a small room over 26S Fifth
street. - ;k ti sAtvy ?
The matter of cancelling the organisa
tion's articles of incorporation was first
taken up with the corporation ! depart
ment by George A. Thacker of Portland,
who said that the -office of the "dio
cese" Was in a cluttered basement on
Fifth street-' .. , -' "
WOMAN WHO GOSSIPED ,
PLEADS GUILTY; FINED
Appleton. : Wis., Oct 17. Mrs. Rosa"
Lehn, first person punished under the
antl-goselplng law. pleaded guilty and
paid 121.80 flno and costs. . .
PORTS' OFFER OF COIN
Half Million Will Be Used to
Expedite Construction of
'. ' North : Jetty, , w v -
Acceptance of the offer to the gov
ernment of (500,000 made by tbe Forts
of Portland and ; Astoria, to aid the
rapid extension of- the north Jetty at
the. mouth pt the Columbia (river has
been communicated to Major J, F.vMc-
Indoe, corps of engineer, United States
army, from .the- office of the chief of
engineers. -Acceptance of the offer was
recommended by Brigadier General W.
Tv RosselL when he was a chief of
englneeM, and has been approved by
Secretary of War Oarrlaon. . .
v Of the amount mentioned as an emer
gency fund, ; $475,000 was voted by the
Port of Portland and $25,000 was con
tributed by the Port of Astoria. - There
is now available from the federal appro
priation for the north Jetty work about
1750.000 which would have been suffi
cient to tun the work until July 1. 1914.
had it not been for the desire of tbe
Porta of the Columbia to have work
rushed. ; The ' $500,000 is expected to
keep the work going under high press
ure until another appropriation by con
gress is available. .
Major , Mclndoe will formally notify
the two commlaslons interested of the
decision of the government and specify
that the funds are to be deposited in the
United States treasury.
CENTRAL LABOR COUNCIL -.PROTESTS
V v ' ;" , ;( r v
" (galrm Boreaa t The Jourail.l
Salem, Or., Oct 17- The state print
ing board has received a proteat from
the Central Labor Council of Portland
against the' state entering Into a eon
tract with a printing firm outside of
the state for any printing, saying that
just as capable firms are in the atatfe as
may be found at San Fraaclaco. .
r The protest refers to tne contract
made t with, . Pancrof t-Whltney company
of Ban Francisco for publishing, the
supreme court reports for the next five
years. The printing board decided that
such a contract one feature of .which
is to be an exchange of new reports as
issued for the accumulation of old re.
porta the state now- ha on hand, would
affect a material saving to the state and
the contract has already been -signed.
The: printing . company has put up a
$10,000 bond to carry but its part of the
agreement . - . a..-- v
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f ' J distinctive taste, we say . ; '
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In this famous'make we're showing a fine cot-lection-
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models that appeal to the younger men. - '
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' business man of more quiet tastes. . -,'
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