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fRDVOKD MATL TRTHUNR MTMFOKl. OliF.OON. MONDAY, WU, 0, mi
HOW THE rKKSlDKNT'S DArcUlTKH WILL. APPEAR TN PAHT
OF IlKll CHOICE SKLECTIOX OF II EH WEDDING TKOt'SSEAU
000; Clntmtp, $100,0110: Multnomah,
In fail, II wan said, no appointment
wan csprt'liM et. That Hlr Itlclinril
was a lllsoly cnuilhlalo was nilmlttoil.
McHtitln Canillilnov Conlliiiicil
OTl'AWA, Out , Apitl it. t'oiiflr
matlon could not lie sccuicd hero lo
day of reports that hlr itlrhiint Mn
AI FOLSOM KILLED
SAN rMIANCISt'O, t'nl., Apt It .
I.uhtwclulil Cliumnloli Willie llil-
chic prcpaicil loiluy In get down In
1 1 tl 1 . 1 Irnliiillit fill. Iiltf I II hut I li Imt t l.llll,!
TRIG 10 ESCAPE
lllldo had hceu appolulcd t'auailliir
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loni iiikii coiiimisMiunor in i.iiiuumi. tuiMtty -i tiiuul lioul hcie Apnl IT with
Hticcceillng the Into Lord Htrntheiiin. 'llmlcm Tomiuv Minptiv.
SACIIAMKNTO, fit)., April (I.
,1nu? Lueiuien, Karl W. Siproll, lln.v
luomt Illnilc nml Xnrmnn C. Hnir, tlu
four cimv:cl' who were kilUM nt Fol
tmm slnlo vi'on when, with n'uw
iiIIiktKj tlwv Mml n ito-pornli' t
lunpl to rrii)o Into Saturday nftor
noon, were Imriod tmlny in the prUon
(oinotory. Tin' fifth emmet who was
hot, Percy Barnes, prolinbly will re
cover. Never in tlio history of the priso.i
vnn then a more ilarinj; nttetnp; it
jnilbrenk. The thirteen ineorrijjib'i
liiul lnvn leinovcil from the solitnn
ronfineiiiint wan! of the pnmi, ov
u.K to itrawilvil I'onilllions to th
liuiMitifj for the criminal insane,
ahonl a quarter of a mile from the
prison walls proper. They crc
pitted! in a tier of eelln which hail
not been completed, liming ooii"n
doors with onlinnry hinges. The steel
doors had not arrived.
Guard .John Anylin late FatuidaN
nftenioon ocrhcard the plan of the
emmets to escape. He sent word to
the prison and (Inards T. Suiiifflett
and Kdwnnl Wei-baoh. two crack
sholi, npH'arcd on the scene with re
When the convicts hegnn to yell
and pound on the doors the guards
Mood braced with their guns levelid.
Finally the doors gave way. The
rifles spoke and nearly every shot
fired found a human mnrk. Five men
dropned, four shot through the heart,
and Barnes just below the heart. The
other eight convicts retreated, beg
ging for mercy. Hair, n desperate
youth who headed a prison break n
few months ago, did not die instantly.
The verdict of Coroner Gonnley
was that the four convicts met death
at the hands of prison gunrd, shot
hi the performance of their duty.
SIRE, SONS DIE
VAXfOUVKH, Wash., April C
I. 0. Hilstrom, gnmo warden and
deputy sheriff of Clark county, is
dead today as Ihe result of the au
tomobile in which he and two sons
were ridiiiir dashing over n thirty
foot precipice. Ono sou, George, was
badly bruised when thrown from thu
car before it loll, unit the other,
Stanford, leaped to safety.
Hilstrom was driving mid in mak
ing a sharp turn in the road brought
the car to thu brink of the prcuipicc.
He stopped I lie machine, but when he
storied it ugaiu, threw in the gear
clutch instead of thu reverse lever.
Tho car shot over thu embankment.
Thu sons found Hilstrom'ri body in
tho bed of a creek under two feet
'of water, entangled in the steering
Oregon Fair tonight and Tues
day; light frot tonight east por
tion; variable winds, mostly east-cily.
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MISi tt-EANOR rtitlON AS 5ME. WILL APPtAE. IN A WHITE CRCPE AND NET EVtH Ni. Dfctii ANv Af UfcNOON
LNSS O GOD AND CKEPE W. CHINI ; PURCHASED FROM 0 M. QlDDING AND CO. AS IAU Of Htk M DtuNG
7RD(J53EAU v1" mco.
Ttic aciom:'a:nlcg pl ture shows how Jtlss Kleauor Wl.soti, tho rreslilciit's tlnughter, who U socn to Ih umrrlcit
to Wllllitm ti. V. Aui-o. tbe Secretary of the Treasury, will appear In part of tier wedding trumteiui. It ttuiw Lor in
n liltif ilrc.-x ami one of all wbltc. which she purchased from J. M. (ilddlng wlicti she was troii'isvitu sliipilii In New
tk Tl (lrtscs lire iiilie simple In ileilsn. One U a blue drcs of an uuiisunl stjlc mid U lutcmlid fur the nftcr
iixiu l'.Hli tic mill.' nml tup Jmkct back of the btomc aro nit In flsll tall xtlnK. The mntcilnl U crepe de riiluc. In
mi cMjuMtc ulil blur shade, with a collar and belt of gold colored crepe The other li a simple evciilim dn-st. Ttil
14 or U..ry white crepe de Chine and ullk net, the combination of net and ll- being coiihldond uue of the fmli of the
MIDDLE TITLE OF
BE Rife OF
BAY CITY, PLAN
SAX FHAXCISCO. Cal, A'arll C J STOCKTON. Cal . April C In- ST. I'AfL. Minn., April C- That
The middleweight championship of quests on the bodlc of Mrs NtttlJ harbor ImporvcmcatH at Tillamook
tho world was clalmcc hers today c. Ilarlwrt. wife of Dr. Kills Ilarbert lo"son. which It U proponed to mako
for Jimmy Clabby by Larney Lichen-j and I. Katiura, her Japanoao houiw1 rlral to San Kranclsro, en a nhlp-
atoln, hls( managor.
"Clabby U certainly entitlod to lU
honor by now," said Larnoy, "He
holds decisions over
lorvant. who tnurUr: her In her
riioino her late Suturilny and thon
conHoittud snlrldo. following a dos-
perate battle with the pfillco In tho
MII;o (IlbbousflwteiiMint of tho Uarbert homo will
be hold at -I o'elock this afternoon.
The Jury probably will find oither
that the cause of tho murder Is un
known or will declare tho hollof tint
DAUGHTER OF RETIRED
ADMIRAL TO BE BRIDE , foreign POLICY LETTER
DEMANDS BY KN0WLAND
, WASHIXGTOX, April C Con
gress man Knowianu or California
did not, ultnr all, call up In tho house
today his rcsoltulon asU:nK tho pres
ident for all Anglo-American cor
respondence rolatlvo to Panama canal
tolls. Instead, It was agreed that
tho Iioiiho foreign affairs committee
should defer action in ilio matter un
til Knowlaud returns from a trip to
'California and that, In tho mean
time, an amended resolution should
bo Introduced abklng for "all cor
'respondonco find memoranda" be
tween tho state dupartmont and Kuk-
land and tho state dopurtmeiit and
tho Amorlcan embassy In London
relating to tho canal tolls proposition.
and Kddle McOoorty, ami bosldos that
ho Is willing to meet all comers In
20 round bouts. I stand ready to
guarantee Chip, Gibbons or Dillon
IGOOO It they will come to thu coant Kateura a In twine.
to meet Clabby. Tlicro Is no (us- Kstsura was a psrolml convict. Ho
tlon but that thoy can net muroi killed a Japiuiwo In n Unlit In San
ftiitnv Aiit ItAfA lint ttinv fnutt in I
staying In tho oast for the ton rou
"Clabby is willing to dofend his
title against any middleweight in tho
world. Ho will remain hero n week
or so to watch developments for n
return match with Hilly .Murray or
any other middleweight who want
any of his game."
Y? fflffiM WS0N AJAMf
on j 1'ranclsco In l'J06, according to Pri
nl son Director Xeuinaller of this city.
'Ho was convicted ot rocond dogroe
murder and sontonced to flfteon years
In Folsoni. There ho hocamo Wnr
don Johnson's house servant, waiting
on tho warden's wife and three chil
dren. Mrs. Ilsrbert Is survived by a son
by a former marriage, Moinor .Idii
ulngs of Seattle, and by two uliter-i,
Mrs. I. II. Thornton of Coldwator.
Kan . and Miss flnra Hobblns of Los
plug Hitnt, will bo built along Unci
formulstiNl by ox-l'rosldont John I
8teens of tho (Jrent Xorthern, was
announced hero today by tho Hill In
'torosts. It was explained that tho ptirpor
Is to outdo by soa and rail, the fast
est time now made along tho coast
and from the roast Into tho Interior
Tho plans call for tho expenditure
of many millions of dollars.
Two shlpri for tho coastwise scr'v
Ice, it was slated, aro now being
built at I'hlladelphla.
Tho government, Hill sources woro
authority for saing, will upend )!!,
000,000 In dredging Tillamook har
bor and It was understood that It was
to secure federal aid In opening til's
harbor that JamoH .T. Hill's recent
trips to Washington were under
OPERA STARS SEE
Miss IMmonki Mason Adams, of
Washington, daughter of Hear Admiral
James Dexter Adams, U, S. X., retired,
and Mrs. Adams, will bo married on
April '.'I to Kurgeou Hlclmrd A.
Kearney, of Iho United Hlntcs l'ubllc
llsslth Hcrvlce. Miss Adams tlslvr,
Mm. II. IVrtiml Dodg, wlfs of Iho
ouellme Ulill! KUIw MlilUler to
I'duam, pi if fwii s??' ud i
SECOND SALVATION ARMY
HEAD WIFE DIES
Ni:V YOUK, Apiil (J. Mr. Will
ium 1'enrl, wife of the socrctmy of
the rJulvutloii Army in the I'nltiil
Sill tort, llllll KCIlllll o M M Hll
llooth ju cniiiuiiiuil of Oil nnuy In
thin count rv, ilicil tmlny nt .Moiin'
Vet lion, ,N, Y.
1'KXDi.KTOX, Oro., April C I)o
llghtud with the Impromptu vslld wost
show pulled off hero Hun day for
their benefit the 200 momhorfl of
tho Chicago Grand Opera company
arc en route to Denver today. In
dians in native coktumo and war
paint, paraded ami danced for tho
operatic stars anil jilcturosauo cow
hoys rodo wild horses. Two special
trains carrying tho opera (ompany
from I'ortlund to the eai.t halted
hero an hour.
FEDERAL RED TAPE
DELAYS TINY TRAVELER
KlilAK, Wweli., April (I. Arriv
inif nluiie fiom ChIhscj', Allu,, I-yeur-ohl
llmence Kumlwis hum ilo
iHJiiuil I i.v lli i nini 'niihui offlccrK
lime until her fiilhwr uriiviil fiom
Qual:e Shakes Tunoiiali lAiienhn. i ii.m,, h. r.
TONOI'AII, S'n , Ai'i'i li. T-i.ii Mi.. I, ,,l , ..,,1 ,,,,i, ., I.u.
pah twi kIiiIhh urly loih.v l a iii.in. i ,r i.u.i.n Kir
slittli ('iillliiinLv. Nm ilne i w J i ' . i i , ,1m i..i
'fill', in l,r I lb J i I i Jli.l 1.
WASIIINOTON, Apr I . No r-oii-
fiimatiou hml heen icceivnl hero up
to tmlny ol' nportrt that Luis Ter
rniiM, Jr., liiul CM'iipml trom ('liiliun
him City, nlifie Oununil Villa hchl
him prisoner, ninl wiih on bin way
to .Mexico ( it v. Tho rumored ck
eupe was said to liiuo occurred Hex
oral la m ago, mid it won believed
that if it hud i cully happened more
would luue hceu heard couceriiiug it
li.V this time.
SENATE PUTS ITS 0. K.
ON FEDERAL APPOINTMENTS
W'AKIIINOTOX", April (I, Tin
MClia'o coiitiiniiil IliU nfleiuooii the
follow int; iiomiinitioiiHi
Williiiin K. Jnekboii, Jr., iliMncI
iilloiiin lor (In- miiial one
'1 Ileum II, Muilin, 1'iiilcil Sliti
iniiinliiil fur llm dislrii'l of Idaho.
HllMI'V M. IllllullillSIIII, IIHMICIIltC
Juslico ol tli" kiipritmo imiiil ol I'uilo
lli, mi Wiioillnirii, 1'iiilcil Hiii
llllOMHt . li di Im I of K Wllhl
Willi Mcdfofd iradn Is Mvdlord uiude
I.S ANdKI.KS, Tul., Apiil (1.
I.encli fro journc.M'd loiln to
Wheeler Spiimr. a mountain icmuL
to IickIii truiuiug lor hi mutch with
l-'rcildio WelMi nt Voinon, April U8.
His kit conlniucil itloxcN nml punch
ing ling, nml he will vnry hi mouii
lain climbing with Mime outdooi
Welsh inn schcilulcd to ri'Mch Los
Augclc fiom Sun ilicyo Into toiln.
Ilo will lnk ipnuters at HonIc'i,
camp nml do Hi;ht woik until the
week of the hnttle.
Promoter Met'nrcj'H plans for the
near future inelinlc uiiulher "li(t
chnnce" for Joe ici. It i likclj
that the Mcvlcnn will he nut nicnlu-l (
.linmiv Duffv if the lluffnln li)tlit-i
weight cuii he Inought In the I'ucifn1
cou-t. Tho winner of (hi mulch will
provide a .lulv -I nppoucut for the
winner of iho t'roi WVUh Imut, no
les McCnrev gels Willie Kileluc nml
Ihe I.iw AiiK"les fun- liuxe ininl hope
of such JON.
Is going to bo all tho rngo this summer. Wo IntM bought most
ly all of our llghtHolght cnloitlnls, piimpH, Mnry Jnuo ami Hnby
IKills with while ctor-stiek Iniicrllulug to precnt your hoto from
In looking around for your Knitor fuolwcar do not tall to comn
hiMo at tho cry limt minute, as oii aio goltiK lo bo pleated 'u
sDb'H. price and ipialliy.
ng s sr06 gt
SALK.M. Ore, April C lleforo
tho first of May tho stato highway'
rommlislou will ndtcrtlno for nnd ,
open bids for tho coustrtiitinn ot thoi
Coliimbhi hlghwny from Mutiiouinh!
county to Astorln, arcordliig to Statu
Highway Kngluccr llowlby.
' To enable small contractors to bid
on tho work, Mr. llowlby said the
bids could bo made on seven mile
sections of road. However, ho ex
pects govern! largo rout ranters to hid
on tho entire road, which wilt cover
about SO mltoK.
Mr. llowlby In pleased with the
progress of the work la tho counties
that have already begun bulldliiK
permanent roads. Honda to the
amount of $ I. (.Of., 000 have been
oteil In the statu for good roads'
and n largo portion of the amount
will bo spent this year. Ilouds hntc'
been ntcd as follows .lackimn '
county, $500,000, Columbia $1.'. .-
Easter Sale of
II will lie L.'1't'HlIy to viuir tnlvmitiiLjc lo viow my
stock of Trimmed lints, as I have till the In test'
shapes and colors to match most any jrown. UVceiv-
iiitf new ones each day. If yon have called to see
them, call again. I f yon have nevor called, call onee.
The Home Millinery
1101 W. Ninth Street
A MM ' C 1
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