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THE OREGONIAN’S WALE. I
sc°n on mitchell .
/| ! Portland Journal, Rep.]
The Oregonian’s Small-Minded Partisan
The Fight Against Scott A Co.’s Machine.
“»“X years ago, in 1886, H. W.
Program for Ashland Tomorrow.
| Scott opposed the election of Colonel Cor-
The People’s Paper.
j neIius, the republican candidate for gov-
The members of Burnside Post and TV. : Portland Journal, Rep. J
R. C. will meet in their hall at 9 a. m.
The Oregonian of yesterday stys that ernor on the ground that Cornelius was
Portland, Oregon, May 22, 1902.
and form in procession on the plaza at Oregon
democratic in June, . - and
of John II. Mitchell,
zo go _________________
____ a supporter
A shland , O r ., Thursday, May 27, 1902 To the Editor:
if it does the blame will rest upon the be denounced as a “man of vile politics
A number of persons have called upon 9:30:
me in reference to the Lewis & Clarke ¡
business men and working men.’’ They_______________________________ 4
Centennial Á American Pacific Exposi- j •> Co. B, 2nd Reg't, O. N. G.
will try to endure the disapprobation oi Mr. Scott returned trom the east yester-
3. Post and Corps and Civic societies, j the Oregonian The idea that the elec jday and in his leading editorial this
tion & Oriental Fair, and have asked me
to designate who of the various candi 4. Schools.
tion of a governor who announces his morning he calls upon republicans to
5 City authorities and citizens and purpose to cut off illegal fees in the state ( elect Banker Furnish governor because it
dates for certain positions, in my judg
ment would best subserve the interests march to the Ashland cemetery where i departments; that the election of a cit would please Senator Mitchell.
of the fair, if they should be elected to the following will be carried out:
izens' ticket in this county that will cut I'ditor of the Oregonian, after bitterly de- ,
the respective positions. 1 have iu all 1 I . \ddress by the Post Commander. I off the influence of Jack Maihewi- in lo nouncir.g John II. Mitchell tor near'. 1’01
instances informed the gentlemen that 1,
cal administration, is going to se id the years, invading even the privacy of Sen
3. Prayer by the Chaplain.
being chairman of the state commission,
whole country to the “demnition bow ator Mitchell’s home and embittering his
4. W. R. C. services.
and -.'.Iso chairman of the organization in
wows.” does not appeal to com men sense. whole life, now practically admits that
Portland, for the successful promotion of
Nobody seriously believes that such a re all he has printed, or uttered against the
this enterprise, I have declined in every
sult will injuriously affect prosperity or public and personal character oi Senator
7. Decorat ing the graves.
instance to express any preference for
adversely influence national politics in Mitchell was untrue; either that or else
Fifteen minutes will be taken to view the slightest degree On the other liand the Oregonian was wrong then or is
any candidate for these"respective posi
tions, and have always informed the the decorations. Procession will then a reform in the methods of state admin wrong now. The influence of the Ore
gentlemen that we wanted the help oí re-form as before and inarch to the Chau istration that have become fixed by long gonian cannot prevent thousands of the
every class of citizens, democrats, repub tauqua tabernacle where the following usage may reasonably be expected from republicans in the state of Oregon from en
licans, and every other shade of politics, will be carried out:
a man who has had the perspicacity to tering a protest against surrendering con
1. Prayer by the Chaplain.
to act and co-operate with us in promot
see them and the courage to point them I trol of their party into the hands of Jack
2. Music by the Ashland Male Quar out. In country and city affairs both Matthews and H. W. Scott in the most
ing the success of the fair.
The request from the board of direc tette.
business men and working men believe effective way, and that wax will be to
3. Recitation—Miss Mary Clute.
tors, to those who have been selected to
that local affairs will be better admin vote against Banker Furnish and elect
4. Reading Memorial orders.
visit the various towns and cities in the
istered by the elimination of a machine George Chamberlain governor.
5. M usic—Quartette.
state, was that they should avoid in
that is working for its own benefit rather
6. Recitation—Miss Frances Johnson. than for the public welfare. >So the Sciatic Rticuma'ism Cured After
every way, any indications of political
i. Post exercises.
Fourteen Years of Suffering.
preference for any candidate, where
average man of sense is not moved by
s. Oration by Prof. W. T. Van Scoy. such appeals. He sees plainly enough
meeting to create an interest and ask aid
have been afflicted with sciatic
and co-operation for the Lewis & Clarke
that what the Oregonian really fears and rheumatism for fourteen years,” says
The board of directors
seeks to prevent is not any public detri
Edgar, of Germantown, Cal. “I
would regard it very unfortunate if poli the Port and Corps will go to Hargadine ment or disaster, but the defeat of its Josh
was able to be around but constantly
tics should enter into this laudable en cemetery.
machine made ticket. It is a cry of dis suffered, I tried everything I could
Hon. H. V. Gates, Past Dep’t Com tress, but the apprehension is not for
terprise. It is the desire of the directors
of and at last was told to try Cham
to avoid in every way any political sig mander of Oregon G. A. R., will be the business men or working men. It is for hear
berlain’s Pain Balm, which I’did and
nificance of this event. It is wholly
the ring, and only for the ring.
was immediately relieved and in a short
with a view of honoring President Jeffer
But the defeat of the ring ticket might time cured, and I am happy to saj* it
son and Lewis and Clarke, whoconceived
Wall paper of the very latest designs : otherwise be of some positive benefit to has not since returned.” Why not use
the idea of an expedition to the Pacific at Stock’s.
Oregon Certain it is that the republi this liniment and get well? It is for sale
Coast for the purpose of more firmly es
can leaders have not reflected public or by all druggists.
tablishing our rights to the great North
Biliousness is a condition characterized even republican sentiment in Oregon on
west, called the Oregon country, that i by a disturbance of the digestive organs. i some important, measures. We do not
IL E Huntington said recently that
people might inherit and enjoy its vast I i The stomach is debilitated, the liver tor- : believe in the ship subsidy bill, bills for
Beach was going to be one of the
I pid, the bowels constipated. There is a > the benefit of trusts, the discrimination
greatest seaside resorts on the southern
this 100th anniversary we should not by i dizziness, coated tongue and vomiting, | and appropriations—all of which have California coast, and many improve
BOSTON AND ALL
any act of ours allow our political pref-' 1 first of the undigested or partly digested been pointed out from time to time by the ments now iu progress testify to this
erence to enter into the consideration of I food and then of bile. Chamberlain’s Oregonian. Mr. Hanna, who is the re- assertion. The latest is a bathhouse
POINTS EAST and SOUTH
Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the dis I sponsible leader, asks for a republican which is to cost $200,000. The Long
Through tickets to J Loan aud China, via this great event.
I tlierefore desire to say, as chairman turbances of the stomach and create a victory here to endorse these measures. Beach Bathhouse company, with that
Tacoma and Northern Pacific Steamship
of the organization for the promotion of healthy appetite. They also tone up the If they should not be endorsed perhaps amount of capital, was incorporated at
For information, time cards, map and the fair, that we wish to declare that this ■ liver to a healthy action and regulate the the republican leaders might lend a lis Los Angeles recently.
enterprise, in no way, will be used to in i bowels. Try them and yon are certain tening ear in the next two years to
tickets, call on or write
fluence the votes for any particular can I to be much pleased with the result. Fox ! appeals which have hitherto been in
Charles H. Baker, proprietor of the
A. D. CHARLTON,
Assistant General fR3»enger Agent.
didate, ior any position for which he ¡ sale by all druggists.
Pacific Lithographic company, at 537
| vain. It’s worth an experiment.
■ may be nominated by either party, I i
Washington street, San Francisco, who
make this statement as 1 have had fre- ’
was arrested recently for aiding and
quent calls to know whether this fair I
abetting a lottery in the printing of lot
was to be a republican partisan fair or
tery tickets therefor, pleaded guilty to
[Frani the Oregon City Couriev-Herald.]
TO AND FROM ALL
the charge in Judge Cabaniss’s court
there was no politics in the matter
and was fined $100. His two assistants,
and that we expected the support of both
Charles Holbrook and B. B. Cinega,
parties who have both endorsed the fair,
and I understand whoever is elected will
proved that they were merely em
give their hearty and united support to
ployees, and the charges against them
this non-partisan enterprise. We expect
whoever is elected to the legislature,
G. R. Brookman, a printer, who dis
whether democrat or republican, who
appeared recently from Los Angeles,
ever is elected mayor of the city, whether
was found dead near Santa Monica.
democrat or republican, whoever is elec-
ted governor whether democrat or re
Brookman had been riding a bicycle be
publican, will give their hearty support
tween Santa Monica and the canyon,
. and .1 co-operation,
« . . mzv 4- » z-. z-v otherwise
♦ I • z^». r« • « .1 za ' it would
z—. >11,1 1 be
when, by some means he was thrown,
futile for us to attempt to hold an expo
with his wheel, over the bluff, falling
sition of this great event.
more than 100 feet on the rocks below,
We expect when the matter of appro
aud was instantly killed.
priation comes before congress, that we
shall have the co-operation of the sena
J. S. Doble, son of a minister, em
tors and representatives from the demo
ployee of a tract society and a member
cratic state of Missouri in the same cor
in good standing iu a church, was ar
dial manner as extended by our repre
at an early hour while making
sentatives on the Pacific coaBt to them
burglarious trip to the office of
ST. PAUL, DULUTH. MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO ior the Louisiana Purchase Exposition.
Tract society, in the Re
H. W. CORBETT.
AND POINTS VAST.
liance club building, on San Pablo
avenue, Oakland, Cal. Doble walked
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers
into the arms of a policeman, who had
A woman who has had experience
Dining and Buffet Smoking
been stationed there by Chief of Police
with this disease, tells how to prevent
Hodgkins to capture the burglar, who
any dangerous consequences from it. She
visited the tract society twice, aud
DAILY TRAINS; FAST TIME
says: Our three children took whooping
was expected to do so a third time.
For Bates. Folders, and Full iniurma- cough last summer, our baby boy being
tion regarding tickets, routes, etc,, call on only three months old, and owing to out
The prisoner made a complete con
giving them Chamberlain’s Cough Rem
edy, they lost none of their plumpness
Judge Mortimer Smith of the Oak
Citv Ticket agt.. Portland, Or.
came out in much better health than
J. W PH ALON,
(Cal.) police court declared invalid
T. P. A., 122 Third Street. Portland, Or other children whose parents did not use
the city sign-license ordinance, on the
this remedy. Our oldest little girl would
A. B. C. DENNISTON, G. W. P. A.
ground that it imposed a tax for rev
call lustily for cough syrup between
t>12 First Avenue
Seattle, Wn. whoops.—J essie P inkey H all , Spring
enue, not for the regulation of a busi
ness, and in that particular being un
ville, Ala This Remedy is for sale by
constitutional. F. G. Lea, a merchant,
declined to pay the tax, aud this was
D.irl L E.;vcy, until recently a clerk
made a test case. Since the ordinance
in the enip; -y ot W. J. Biggy at the
went into effect in Jnly of last year the
United States laundry, San Francisco,
sum of $5,800 has been collected in
was arrested iu Denver on a charge of
licenses. Many paid under protest, but
embezzlement preferred by his em
Judge Smith is of the opinion that these
ployer. Knowing the combination of
the safe, Eavey opened it early in the
Work has begun on the Barrett dam
morning aud took therefrom $77. lie
the place where it was stopped some
hortline then took the train east. The San Fran
months ago, says a San Diego dispatch.
cisco police telegraphed to Denver,
Tnis dam—which will be of solid mas
where a detective was in waiting to ar
onry—when completed will be the
highest of a series of three reservoirs
nion acific rest Eavey.
T ime S chedules .
connecting the mountain rain regions
The Great Scourge
I A rrive
with the. bay at a point where an un
of modern times is consumption. Many
failing water supply can be secured for
cures and discoveries from time to time
a large area of fine land. The dam and
Chicago- Salt Lake, Denver. Ft 4:30 p. m are published but Foley’s Honey and
reservoir will form a part of the system
Portland Worth.Omaha, Kan
Tar does truthfully claim to cure all
THE MISFIT GOVERNOR.
of the Southern California Mountain
Special sas City, St Louis,
cases in the early stages and always af
9 a. tu.
Chicago and East.
Water company, and the water there
fords comfort and relief in the very
W. J. Furnish as he would appear wearing the gar
worst cases. Take no substitutes.—T.
impounded will be released into the
ments of Governor Geer.
watershed which collects the supply for
Atlantic Salt Lake, Denver. Ft 8:10 a. tn
the Lower O> ay reservoir.
Worth, Omaha, Kan
A dispatoh to the New York Suu from
8 ;lû p m sas City, St Louis,
Via Hun Chicago and East. ,
Washington says that on account of the
Leslie M. Shaw, the newly appointed
damage done in the diplomatic recep
secretary of the treasury, has issued in
British Capture Many Boers.
tion-room of the state department by
1 have sold Chamberlain’s Colic. Chol structions from Washington that when
of the biggest drives of the Boer
St. Paul Walla Walla, Lewis 7 a, nr.
Diarrhoea Remedy for years, the contents of trunks aud bigs are
state has been obliged to order that war has just wound up against the and and
Fast Mail ton. kpokane, Min
would rather be out of coffee and "man handled” on the docks by his cus
6:15 pm neapolis, 8t Paul.
visitors shall be admitted to the apart Bechuanalaud blockhouse, says a Vrv- sugar than it. I sold five bottles yester toms inspectors, these searchers after
ments only on application, and that in j burg dispatch, General Hamilton and day to threshers that could go no farther dutiable goods must wear white gloves.
Spo kane Chicago and East.
viewing them they shall be accompanied other commanders have gathered in 400 and they are at work again this morn He instructs the inspectors further to
by an attendant. The big ebony treaty prisoners, including 100 rebels and re ing.—H. B P helps , Plymouth, Oklaho repack carefully all articles that have
Portland to Chicago 72 Hours table, at which many important inter calcitrant Boers who have caused much ma. As will be seen by the above the been taken from the personal baggage
national arrangements were signed, has trouble in the past. Among the pris threshers were able to keep on with of passengers from abroad, instead ol
no change of cars
been badly mutilated. Vandals have oners are a brother of General Delarej their work without losing a single day’s leaving them in confused heaps on the
Ocean and River Schedule freni
twisted from it pieces of half a dozen and several other commandants. The time. You should keep a bottle of this dock or steamer deck, that the curious
Remedy in your home. For sale by all
ornamentol nobs. Another handsome movement was remarkable for the lack druggists.
may not take notes while the raging
does the repacking himself. It
All sailing dates sub-
surrendered, after aimless dodging,
4:30 p nt were out from an expensive rug
8 p. m . ject to change.
Judge Sullivan, in the district court at is evident trom this that the complaints
I For San Francisco —
without fighting. There were no Brit Kearney, Neb., handed down a decision of the long-suffering tourist have not
¡Sail every 5 days
It you are sick all over and don’t ish casualties. Five hundred Boers man which in effect declares that a United been unheeded by the new secretary.
know just what ails you, it’s ten to one aged to escape iu the earlier stages of States citizen may, by the payment of
A dispatch from Birmingham, Ala.,
$1.25 per acre, pre-empt for homestead states that the proposed trust of jobbing
4 p. m vour kidney’s are out of order. Foley’s the drive.
C olumbia R ivcb
Ex. Sun Kidney Cure will bring you health and
entry land granted to the Union Pacific hardware firms has fallen through.
Peculiar Will Case.
energy. T. K. Bolton.
May. 8 p.
Robert A. Williams, who was ohief of
An interesting will case was tried in company by the government, - In the
day 10 p. To Astoria and Way Ì
Mayor Schmitz of San Francisco has the Kings conuty surrogate’s court, and case decided the plaintiff brought suit the Chicago fire department at the time
Issued a communication to tho effect was decided iu favor of the will, says a to compel the railroad company to con of the great fire of October, 1871, and
that no further contributions are at New York dispatch. The plaiutiffs vey to him a quarter section of land who at that time distinguished himself
Go East Through
Portland present required for the relief of the were the niece and husband of Susau S. upon the payment of the amount named. by his heroism, died recently at Chicago,
sufferers in Martinique and St. Vinceut. Allen, who died leaving all her money The road's delense was that the act was aged 77 years. Williams came to Chi-
ÆJ^’Tickets via this route on eale a’ The sum of $3.000 has already been for
to her friend and boarding mistress, aud no longer binding. The court, however, sago in 1847 from Canada, where he
8. P. depot.
A. L CRAIG,
who it was attempted to prove was in held that the act was still binding on the Was born iu 1825.
Gen. Pass. Agent. Portland. O
road and its assignees. The decision
William McCormick, a well-known sane at the time the will was drawn. will affect a great amount of land in
DO IT NOW.
horse traiuer, who shot and killed
several states. The case will be ap
Thomas Cullen, a groom, at the Haggin convert the heathen Chinese, and began pealed.
Make inquiries regarding the best
ranch, was arraigned in the superior operations on one Fong Gui. She con
route to take on that trip vou are con
John Nicolai and Henry Clarke are templating this summer. The Canadian
rourt at Sacramento before Judge E. C. verted him and gave him a laundry,
Hart aud pleaded guilty to a charge of which prospered. Mrs. Allen wanted making a monetary success of the larg Pacific Railway can offer greater induce
manslaughter. He was sentenced to Gui to marry a white girl, who could est farm in Alaska, says a Tacoma dis ments to travellers than any other route.
ten years’ imprisonment in the peniten accompany her Chiua as maid. When patch. It consists of 40 acres—35 aores The Scenic Beauties are unsurpassed
traveller passing through the heart,
tiary, which is the maximum penalty approached on the subject Gui said, at Dyea and five at Skagway. Their the
Cascade and Rocky Mountain
“Tlotee out Melican girl and Fong Gui
Ranges during the day time—two days
When William Holl, a pawnbroker,
and one night of the Grandest Scenerj*
Mrs. Allen found the girl, but one The experiments show the yields from in the World—passing the famous Sum
whose office is on an upper floor of the
Washington building, Portland, re month was enough for Gui, and he the Alaskan soil to be very large and mer Resorts and Hot Springs at Field,
after half an hour's absence at quietly sold the laundry and went to the quality of the vegetables excellent. laggan, Sicamouse, Donald, Glacier and
Tourist C ats and First-Class Sleepers
luncheon, he found that his safe had San Francisco. Mrs. Allen became con Ì The entire product is sold at White Banff, and through the famous farming
Horse, Atlin and other interior towns, districts of Assinaboine, Manitoba, North
The time is arranged to pass the sreatesi be9n opened aud robbed of $1,000 worth vinced that she had made a mistake as
high prices. The farm is one Dakota and Minnesota. Making a trip
scenic features of the line during daylight. of jewels and money. It is evident that
Pamphlets furnished free on application the robbery was committed by some one heathen, mads her will and died. The of the chief places in Alaska to be vis via this route and the beautiful passen
E. J. COYLE,
F. R. JOHNSON,
ited by Secretary of Agriculture Wilson ger steamers “Athabaska” “Assina
familiar with the place.
boine” and Manitoba across the Great
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.,
F. * P. A.,
on his Alaska trip this summer.
Lakes, the tourist avoids the heat, dust
U. S. District Attorney John Hall, has I
James Brown, who belongs to the
Vancouver, B. C.
Miss Mamie Smith, Middlesboro, Ky • and other objectionable features of sum
Browns’ professional baseball team of been instructed by U. 8. Attorney-Gen
mer travel. First class and tourist sleep
' Albuquerque, N. M., iu a fit of rage at eral Philander Knox to investigate the writes: “My little sister had the croup ing cars, dining cars and observation cars
his sweetheart, Cora Miller, because she with relation to the allegations in the very bad. I gave her several doses of on every train.
Foley’s Honey and Tar and she was in
. threatened to quit him. cut her throat complaint in the case of the United stantly
For rates and other information call on
relieved. It saved her life.”—T.
with a pocket-knife, severing her wind States against Swift & Co. and others, K. Bolton._______________
F. R. J ohnson , F. & P. A.,
pipe, and then, turning the knife against brought in Chicago.
The Burlington Route are naming a 142 Third Street,
himself, slashed his own throat from
Thomas Maple, Birkbeck, Ill., writes: specially low rate of fare to all points
ear to ear. The woman is still alive,
“I had a very bad case of kidney trouble East and return. .If you expect to take
but cannot recover. There is some and
my back pained me so I could not a trip write for full'particulars. The
jliance for Brown.
straighten up. The doctor’s treatment Burlington Route runs its own through
did me no good. Saw Foley’s Kidney daily trains, with best accommodations,
‘‘I had a running sore on my breast Cure advertised and took one bottle quickest time and choice of routes.
For Infants and Children.
for over a year,” says Henry R. Rich- which cured me and I have not been af
R. W. F oster ,
irds of Willseyville, N. Y., ‘‘and tried a fected since I gladly recommend this'
jreat many remedies, but got no relief remedy.”—T. K. Bolton.
Cor. 3rd and Stark St3. Portland, Or.
until I used Banner Salve. After using
one-half box, I was perfect'v cured. I
If you want the best photos and latest
cannot recommend it too highly.” T, K. styles that can be
I m made in Aehland
Ashland go to
appointing Edgar Cortbell L_
CORBETT SAYS NO POLITICS
A familiar name for the Chicano,
M.iW iiikee & St. Paul Railway,
known all over the Union as tbs
Gr-st Railway ruuning the
for Infants and Children
The Kind You Have Always Bought
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
Trains every day and night between
St Pau: and Chicago, and Omaha and
Chicago, ‘‘The only perfect trains in the
w< rid.” Understand: Connections are
made with All Transcontinental Lines,
assuring to passengers tt*e beet service
Of a verity equaled bv no other line.
See that your ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee” when going to any point
in the United States or Canada. All
ticket agents eel) them.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THS CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STREET, NEW YORK CITY.
For rates, pamphlets or other infci-
J W. CASEY,
Trav. Puss. Agt.,
ARE YOU GOING EAST ?
Be sure and see that your
Ticket reads via
R anadian P acific
Ths Kind You Have Always Bought
C. J. EDDY,
P ortland , O b
We don’t offer V vou lower rates than
other lines, but we do what is better
—relieve you of a world of trouble in
selecting your route, buying your
ticket and reserving your berth.
When you call, don't be afraid to
ask questions—we’ll answer them.
st . paul ,
Thia is the
C hicago ,
DULUTH - ST. PAUL - CHICAGO
Omaha, Chicago. Kansas Citv, St. Louie,
and EVERYWHERE beyond.
Write or call at this offi e, and we will
take pleasure in giving you further
And All Pointe East and South.
Their Magnificent Track, Peerless Vea-
tibuled Dining an.i Sleeping Car
A. C. SHELDON,
Cor. Third and Stark Sts.,
Have given this road a national reputa
tion. All claBaea of parBetigere carried
on the veetibuled frame without extra
charge. Ship your freight and travel
over tt.is famous line. Ail agents have
W H. MEAD,
General Agent, 243 Washington St.,
W. C. S avage ,
Traveling F.& P. Agt-nt,
DON T QUESS
But if you are going east write us for
our rates and let us tell you about the
service and a< commodeti<>ns offered by
Through personally conduct
ed Tourist sleeping cars be
tween Portland and Chicago
once a week, and between Og
den and Chicago three times a
week v ia the
the Illinois Central Railroad. Through tourist cars
via the Illinois Central trom Pacific Coast to Chicago
and Cincinnati. Don’t fail to write us about your trip as we are
in a position to give you some valuable information and assistance.
5319 miles of track over which is operated some of the finest trains
in the world.
For particulars regarding freight or passenger rates and service
Through S andard Sleeping Care daily
between Ogden and Chicago via the
Through Standard Sleeping Care daily
between Colorado Springs and St. Louis.
Tliri.u.h Standard and Tourist Sleep
ing Care daih between San Francisco
and Qhicago via Los Ansel- e and El Paso.
Through Standard Sleeping Cars and
Choir Cars daily between 8f. Paul and
Be sure to see that your ticket reads
| via the
call on or address,
J. C. LINDSEY,
B. H. TRUMBULL,
T, F. & P. A.
142 Third St., Portland, Oregon.
Great Rock Island Route
Former Policeman John E Fay of
Los Angeles pleaded guilty iu tho police
court of that city to a charge of stealing
eggs, for which he was fined $60, with
the alternative of 60 days in jail. Fay
paid the fine. A firm of grocers, who
trusted Fay with a key to their store
so that he could use their telephone
at night, informed the chief of police
that Fay was systematically pilfering.
Chief of Police Elton hid himself be
hind a screen in the grocery aud waited
till Fay came in to report off duty by
telephone. Fay then filled his pocket
with eggs, when he was confronted by
the chief, who made him disgorge. Fay
immediately tendered his resignation
and wrote a check for $25 in favor of the
grocers to reimburse them for his pilfer
ing. The police commissioners then
prosecuted him for petty larceny.
One man, possibly two, drowned, two
others rescued from the waves, and 200
persons for several hours in peril of go
ing to the bottom of the sea is the
record of the voyage of the Wilmington
Transportation company’s tug Warrior
from Avalon, Santa Cataliua island, to
San Pedro. The man who lost his life
was F. S. Knight of Highland Park, a
conductor on the Salt Lake road. lie
was washed from the upper dock in
midchannel and was drowned iu full
view of 200 panic-stricken passengers.
The storm was tho severest experienced
in the channel for years. Knight was
35 years old and is survived by a wife
and child, who were with him. He was
also accompanied by a brother and his
wife’s parents, all of whom saw him
drown. It is said that another man
went over with Knight.
T he t est and most reasonable Dining
For rates, folders and descriptive lit-
1 erature write to
A. E. COOPER,
! General Agent,
Dyspepsia Cure White Sulphur Springs
Digests what you eat.
It can’t help
Private Tub Baths.
GRANT HELMAN, Prop.
AT ATHLETIC GROUNDS. ONE-HALF
milk north of plaza
Solid stone rink and waiks. Sink. 30x80
Prepared only b E. O. D f .W itt
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