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i .Weekly Oregon statesman'. mrrAT, mat s. hoj.
Held by the-Salem City Coun
cil Last Evening.
NEW SYSTEM OP FIRE ALARMS"
AND Ai SHREN WHISTLE :TO
TAKE TJIK I'LACH OF- TUB BIG
HELL PROVIDED ''OTHER AC
: J ON TAKEN. : '-j
At the regular meeting of the city
council last evening all of the council
men were present, .. except Itlggs and
pirns, mu.iuajrw.w r--uwui) Piw
stdIThjetitlon of M.L". Hamilton
for permission --to erect a : one-story
frame structure on the north side M
:.tate stTeet between CommeTe4a ana
SLiberty streets. 42 iMt trnm anil t?u.
-Wt deep with a tin roof covered with
corrugated iron. and for permission to
use a portion of the street directly Jn
front for piling Oebrls and building ml-
u-nai, was granted. i . -.
. Th petition -of F, p Talkington for
"a renewal of saloon and liquor - 14-
rtnw was referred to the committee ion
1 jk'eriH to report, , j i - .V
Upon motion, duly carried, the chief
of the tire department was vested with
the authority to dieharge -any v man
frou the service for misconduct, hi
action to I . reported ui'lhe cob net I for
Its Vam-tlon. IJptm communication of
Kire ''hief Johnson, Howe Tru k Driv
er W. W. William land Hosenian
Peter lIiiiUi; w aulhurlzeil to ex-harir-
portions.-. This ' chang' was
lir.njKht about by t.he j request of the
two nun in order that .Air. Witt fa' in
euM aorept his 'old poslton in tli har-i
shop of E. "8. ijanwort., " v
Tin most 'important action 4akn by
..irm vrnifieli at , this -meeting wait th
grariHrig of the jMftltori of Fire Chief
W. - aonnsoti nj atHhot 'zing t he
" rfrtaWi.-tririeni of a new fir- alarm whis
tle and tle 5ilotlori of; ft new -ode of
fir niKtiali.t . Tim
heW whistle, a
: .ii'it. I a , montetr, three-chime
swvii whittle 1 Inches tn: length 1y M-
in4y- in diameter, having three1 cham
fer meiuoiring In dep4h ,, H.arsi Ji',4
1 Sn.-lii-s, resist-lively, and can be heard
,fnr js-yeral miles when Under full blat.
In lii -ornnunleatinJ Mr. JohiMo"ti
statod lliii the whi'tle could be uur-
. I, "j.r- til i'Jk uri.i Iki. I . lu. U.l.ri
jitii( . i " cv jih Mini iniipiiu v
t i I ' -otiiLiit-d to- liavf It crtt'leil uvtri
t '..i.f 1 . JJ f . ....!, ."f L.' ....
tli cofupitny n entnn Jhujp anl- con
njr;'1 witli tthe- bolb-i ul -the- cUv'n
-.w;riM Tho whlsrtl etjctel,' cmneft
il .tihI Ih'M 'nFnjr Mtcnat myvttjrm eftab
lixli.(l iH-twi-rt the fire depart m-nt anil
th tiiiciiK'-hotwif, f(r iKruilltrifr tire
ahiriii., h? utauil.'woul"! cnt mt ton-x--
r$4ii, jibor Invludedk 1 The couricil
.U1A.-1 th' reeomrrwiidi'illon of the
hff of (he fire dfparnment. and auth
iniz.j th erection of tlw whUtle.ito
tak-' tti- plaw of -.the old and 'o'buoJete
Are Ufl. ."J-: - ,:i '. I?.'- " -.: C . 'V'
Th- tire f"hlef tteo iwlmitted t chart
dltowinic th? -uverat ward or3 h city,
wi ll iiiyi lM imu ,two eUoiw. flim
n-r t r ! h.-inst the dlvidinif Iln, an J
r .hl'' rf Kitftwte to W blown by the
lliv "uliMl'v a.-comjianylng the clKirt,
lilh .f nhieh wtn.; approved. 4y
Council. ' '
trt-an ount of the Irrejrularity , of
the curb lints cxlstlniar thnuchout the
city hrv one party will estahliiih his
curb !in It' feet frombe sidewalk ni
Ms nHhbor 2(i feet. whb'h Is auhor
itftl ly the ordinance now In effect
lowing ih- pro'ierty oyner the choU-e
of the. two i stic4H ;it was propiwed
to the effH t-tat the ordinance corn
inUt'ee !rart an! amervliwnt to the pnu-
" mi ordinanoe, fixinff a. Uniform ciub
hiw arid nwikiriK- the oWrvanri? qflt
cunipuiwM-y.i. was carried and the ordln
nnt cuini.lftee lnstructel to rei'ortsit'
enivn'lrn'nt tkt the rvexC rnet1njf.
'.', Th- nnittr ut repairing thf w"Pt ap
lri.nh of tliei VlliametU' rlvr 'bridge,
wiiit-h hit ln tut long dftrred1 for
viiriiMiA r-jin, was brought up again
htxi ntKlit "ifti. a that section of the
appnmcri w a reported iv r
irvitt.'iy unjt.fe. tlte mmittee on
firi'-ris and i public property wa " In
Ktrut til to co-operate with the Marlon
polk' county nuthorltlei janl i'pro
" ut once to make tW nee?jttry T"-
r 1 . '.H.. ; . . t II .ki'lJKj
i9 ruiiiirt:c irimi "
Vatiinf of bv alleys f twelve 4lo k
la t-fie ltkiinej"iii-tlo of the town, Mt
lab'llwh.ing a uniftrm : gradtfiand for tjhe
-fllting f Hume, - wan brought up and
l'it--l m -'iinii readtng - and -re-re-f-rro.ito
th. imnrltVe on oTdinanT
In d.-w' of the etiailuhnwnt of the
new whtHtle fire aiarra Mayor C.-I.
iSUboii ;)iUtrday Received, a communl-ai,ri-
from Et vL 1IIhc. of Furewt
tVrowc, Inquiring a t the else, He,
nj iht 1iioithn- which be city a
t ouike of the premt tlrebcllt and
aniT Mr u.iim.11 and Inforn him
tjxil yie cHy was not. a c4, ready to
tlfcsp.,. of-naid bell In any manner.
. On a. uint of 0 niui-h implalnt be
lhs matlB In regard to- the tire depart
ment kirinif kK ot th icKy Mrnlts on
the occasion the tojurnlng of theJenl
An.e of Irwin Hunce on 21t treut.
a m..iion that the fire dpartimnt - Ue
allowed. unler nyi iHM-unwtaneci,
t fe. out f Me of the 4lmiU, va Lot.
ut;an ainetidment referring the ml
t'tjo jlw committee on fire and water
for ! Investigation n.l t-eport ""at. the
rt mc-tlng a carHtnl. The chief
"f he fire h-partment wajt alf ln
trucled to: ene hat -tH h engine te
"'PI unoer team tne year n
The rtMPt of City KArder'--N. J.
Ju,lkh for jjthe mnth Of APCll wa
dopts,l, he irejiort of th-wnmlt-f
on nccounta ond current expenw
Brtti a number of bilts wn Joied
-'-i vne rei.'rTr inu uvitu --.i
Wjrnint tn minlpnt nf MW and the
council nljourntMl. Tin? 'claims, n j-
lowed, follow: i ' 1 r :" ; ' "V .'
hn liackett .- 25
U. E. Moorct & Co.... .H
Uia ttnllv Thntcher... J' ...... .L 1.&0
N. J. Judah ..........
The Signal Sytem. i
: The einal eytem. adopted by the
'ouncil, to be usel In. connection with
lu big siren ihStle, provided at
lat night's jfieetlng. vriU .'enable nv
ne lo ItH-aU? thedl strict In which the
fine exists 4 upon-; famUunising :; them
selves with the districts as mapped out
pon the chart, and. the code of thistle
Ignale. For instance: i If nre oc
curred In Ward No, I on the west eidel
of Summer street the hlstle would
ipundi one,tong 4lat and one thort one
indicating that the fire w& in the fli'JH:
ic-tion of Ward No, 1. If H wa nt
of Supner itrt f Ward No. 1. the
wniww would bkw one long ila.t and
two alMrt one, indicating the iMcond
ec-tion of Ward '. 1; In Wa rd No.
2 the' whlfvUe would', vmnd two : long
long blasts and one or two abort blasts,
aecording to the etlon of the ward,
and -for Ward No. 3 there won Id be
three long, fclajta. Ward No. 4 if di
jrfil.ded irro three Kectionx; that part
lying west of Summer irtreet between
Ferry and Mi.loh tretj .is astion
one; that part' eat of Sunlmef at reei
Ietween Ferry and Oalt irtreeta, -aec
tion ,!, anid, the emalndeii :: of , th;
ward rytng eaet of Summer Street, be
tween Oak street atKl the cHy Um?t
ectloii three. - Aecording to the new
System the alarm will be telephoned
Into the fire department1 a-ln the past
giving the location of the fire, and the
chief -eonrmun leases the wgnaj to the
engineer at ,the electric Hght tation,
by. pre using an electric .button f and
ringing a. large gong Jn : the engine
hOUSf. ' . -. ; ' -,' .--.-j
IS ELOQUENT ji
.' " . ". " - . j- i
John M. Dean, Lately Re-
' turned From the Phil
WIEE P.E IN SALEM TO ADDP.KS3 A
IiAlMJK M KKTINO. ATTHK V. M
V. A.'OYM'MASIUM NF:XT SUNDAY
AITKKNOON HIS . HKUVIOKS
WKLti ATTKNDED. ?
John Fc-htrr,, Jr.. general secretary
f thif SaUirn Y. M, C. A baa bffl In
Poritlarvl for n ffw days attending1 th"
moftinirs at the Y. M. C. A. there, cori-
lutd by John M. I)fan, hit til y return
ed from the I"billpitrics. ,
Mr. ! hter hfiji p-rnuadd Mr. Dean
to upend Sunday in HaWn. and the In
tcntion Ih to rraiiKe for a big men'x
mertlnn at tbi Y. M. '. A. gymnasium
SumWiy afternoon. - . 1
Air. tfan I an eloquent and excep-
tiormlly jitroniT; 8x-akr. and hix nict-
inK. liuve liti a llff ju-cch lnih nt
Seattle, and Portia nd. The Orcgonian
Kpeaka very highly of hiiiiln aeveral
; otiitiotiM. .
' Mr," Kcchter thinks hit all right.
ylm- he would nid have ronfalned iey
Wut days Nnger -.thanthitf Intended, Just
to bear Mr. Jean and persuade him to
come to Salem. :
FUNERAL HELD TUESDAY.
IfEMAINH OP TUB ; EATE T."ll.
: 8IMPKIN.S LAID TO REST
WAS A WOODMAN.
-Tbomaauir. Impklns, who until re
cently had been' proprietor of the
"Fartmrs Feed Yard," on High street.
was laid to rct;yetefday e.t 11 o'clock.
The sudden demise 'of Mr. Stmpkins
came as a, shock evtn to all' of his Im
mediate friends, for only five days be
fore his 'untimely death he was. seen
on "trie streets of Salenv He had been
a, little indisposed for over1 a month.
hut had not taken serious thought of
h!.t condition nntll Wednesday, April
3;h. when he twk to his bed, with ag
gravated cymiitom of typhoid pneu
monia. The very: best hKtfical attend
ance was summoned land on FriJay
morning he was taken to - the Kalem
Hostnital. The ravages of this violent
attack Iki filed every effort of the phys
icians until Sunday at 1 o'clock a. m
death olaimed him an a victim.
The funcra-1 services wiere conducted
at the First M. E. church by Itev. J. It.
Early, iyesnerda-y at 10 a. m. I'c
reaed4was a meniber of Salem Camp
No 'IIS, ; Wo-Kimen f ine World. "4 he
mom-bers of this order taking charge
of the obspfjulea at. close of the t-
mon. . '. !-. . !; '''
tr fmttkln came to Salemt ven
nd built tlwr first covered
feel yard in this city which has een:
so tergcly patron idi by h farmers.
frt July 6, I9S, he was married to Mls
Anna.; Lehman, dmighter of Mr. aim
Mit. J. 11. Lhnan, of I-iast falem jrre-
cinct. .Their marriage, relations were
moet pleasant, which) renders the
stroke-the more severe to the es-ttmabU
wife. Mr. impkiiw was lMrn near
Srrentor, Salle county, Illinois, in
1SC2. nd he there lived until coming
to Salem. .Four brothers, two sisters
and mother survive him; all save
on. are located irt! Illinois, one stsler
living In Oklahotna. His Maged mother
sf nt three months In Sam during
thv mnnrnr of 1901. During Mr. imi
klns residence In. Salem, he has gained
the respoHL of ell who knew him. In
tMV-lnew he wa-courteus Bnl prompt,
and" his charaoter tore the marks of a
gentbnn. He met dath bravely r
preiang the hope of eternal life.
virtue of hU holding a policy In the
Woodmen of the World. hW wjfe be
comes a heneflciary to the estent 01
$3000 in aifeMtlon to w hich a neat mon
untent will be erectied over the grave.
; "i Stood in a Draught f
with my coat off and caiffeht this
wretched cold." rays the sufferer. He
newl not pay n, havy ienalty If he fol
low his act of folly with An act of wls
dow. Soak the feet In hot water with
a few teaspoonsful of Perry Davis
IVlnklller in li. Take a teaspoonful
of Painkiller In hot sweetened water
at .bed' time and be thankful for so
simple nnd speedy a way to bre.ik up a
cold. There la but one Painkiller.
Perry Davis. . ,
- . .. 1 - '. t-M " - 1 " "- -. .
Though w scoff at snobbishness.-we
are' gregarious animals, loving the so-tlety-
of our fellow-mani end it is lo
natural t wish for the privilege of be
ing received as equals among. the' class
of people to which we feel we rightfully
belong. Ladies Home Journal.
.. -,, it ' ' 1 1 ' i :'
' ReTnernberthat you ""fil never gain,
but-always, lose, by being afraid to do
the thing Uit seems to you" right, by
following the crowd without culUvat
ing your own lndlvlduality.-r.Ladies
Home Journal. ' . f
Legal IUanks; Statesman Job OfHce,
Furnish and Chamberlain are
. - Both on Jhe
TIIET WILL, APPEAR 1N Tinf
CITY, NEXT WEEK-yTUB RKPUB
L1CAN NOMINEE ON Fill PAY
THB DEMOCIUTIC' CANDIDATE
ON 8ATUKDAT. v;
'The oMticaJ campaign Is warming
up" throughout the etave, and speakers
are In the field everywhere, discussing
the tosues of the day and importuning
yotera to vote for well, for the party
to which the particular speaker . be-
Icngs. The . Republican fired ;- the
Ant gun in Ashland last week, and
th candidate for Oovernor. Hon. W. J.i
Furnish with several of the other can-
dkjatea ngtd with Hon. C. W. Fukon.
Of Astoria, -have been instilling new
ife into the' old dry bones, in Souther
Oregon, and have raieed the Itepubli
can enthusiasm in that section of the
state to a high pitch. Everywhere the
Republican candidates have taken well,;
Mr; FucnJsh's clear business talk has 1
n.ade hosts of Trends for the standard
bearer where before but indifferent
upirt was acoiled him, whilej the
speeches of Mv; FuIton-Cliartey Ful
ton 1 as "t hey "Alt -ill hirjj--havei 1een
nail drivers of the lirsttyrder. A wave
of enthusiasm ha. . f(jiwHT In their
wake, and it. Is one that worn
tees to engulf the wbole.tat. fr'
' ThU week the candidates are irt the
Upper portion of th Willamette vaUley,
gradually working northward, and
whenever they i!-aiear crowds come
out to Wfrt them. They " exject -to
reach 3aflem oii FrUuy of riext Week
May ltUli, and Will jeak In 4hl city
at 8 o'clock that nighty ' V I
! A grand rally has been- announced
f.r that da t. and C. W. Kulton. W. J.
Furnish, A4 M. Vawforl, arul Prof . J
II. Acke-rntan will addre the meeting
atthat tiTne.4 The rm-eting will be held
vtick-r the. autipices of the Ileuubiican
State .Cemtral Committee, but the lal
orsanlzatiuns wWI also tajie a.- .hand
and the result will: bt .the rallv of the
;a-imuugh,Withi rl . lire, ; tlamlH-aux.
music, drill club. u. proiejsioii nml .alt
the etciHras. and the event prouHwes
to bo the biggest Jollillcation of the
uamiaaigrt. The Young Men's ItepuWi-
earn lub has jUcejuly appointed com
mil tees to errarigo for the , re-eiAitjn
to b tendenWl 'the visiting mndi.la.tes
swihI speakers;- other 'committees' have
tbee na.mel to arrange for A 4o)rchflight
prot'oswlon. irovid'J muilc, :nu tlier
m--t-Kia,ry and enjoyable features of a
flnrt-clasA Ilepublkan raUy,.and ine
committeeai are hard at work t u.-t
things In residlnesHi i '
The Salem . Republican Club, the big
organization of the town, will also take
a hun3. A mettiing has been called
by President tTlaud Gatch for tomor
row night, to be held at the police
court room at the city hall,, for the
iuriwe of making arrangement for
the rally, and no time will jhe lost tn
taking the needed tn to make this
th-a giretjt political g-athering of, the
camraign. ' .
Enthtjtidasm amonjr the local Resub-
lioarm 1 Increasing rapidly, and It ts
predicfel that when the time comes for
the raBy, 1nre will be an outpouring
of the faithful, that will even -surprise
the most' enthusiastic, and the. candi
dates-will have" no cause for complaint
eo far as the Marion cunty Repubii-
ciajm are concerniHl.
The Demoeratic. camiidate for Oov
ernor U nraking the campaign in me
Wina-mette valte, nnd i his date for
Salem was fixeil for May I3th next
Tuesda,"but elnce the Republican date
was arranged for thin city for FrKlwv.
Mav 16th. the Ivmocratic committee
litis changetf its' date for Salem for the
following day. Saturday, May 17th.'
INDICATIONS ARE BETTER IN
JOSEPHINK COUNTY 1"HI3
SEASON THAN IN YEARS.
GRANT'S PASS. May 7. Indications
are brighter for a big irult Crop in
Josephihe county his season than they
tiave been for many seasons piist. om-
misslondr tNirson, of this city, after
making a genxral insiectlon Of South-'
errt .Oregon " orchards,- says .that this
win be a banner year for production
of peaches, apples and tilt other fruits
In this section of the State. The dan
ger point has bee succeftsfully passed.
this being the 1st to the "th of May.
during: which time the late frosts, if
they appeur at nil, make their, app'ar-:
a nee. - ! " ;
Ort. hard'ists have taken better care of
their trt- this y.ar al. which will bj
another .-Iterti in thr favor. Sprayln
for codling moth (and all other fruit
P-sts,-has been more generally done
this spring thrin-ever before. Unless
all signs ail, the fruit growers of
Southern Oregbn will.be a prosperous
lot this year. v
rhyslclan "This Is the worst! ae
Of indigestion 1 ever saw.
Patient Impossible, , doctor! I
haven't eaten .anything ,but hearth-
fooda for the 4at six n ion l ha" Life.
FUNERAL AT STAYTON.
MISS PEARL AI-PLE LAID TO REST
IN Tlf AT CITY A CHILD
r IS INJURED. '
STAYTONJ Of May" ".The remains
of Miss Pear Apple, who died laM
Wednsday at MontaviHa, Ore., were
brought to this city Saturday and giv
en ibua-lal beeide her parents -In Lone
Oak 'cemetery. The deceased has been
a! suffer of 111 health (or a mi mhir of
years, and, the last fewf months of her
life were monthtt "of terrible anguish.
Mr. aAd Mrs. Kepner, of MomaVflla,
Ore.; John wTiit srM . Itoy Appe. or
OleX, Eastern Oregon, land Aaron Ap
ple -of Portlahil. atten.ted the funeral
of their sisttr. Mi IVart Apple, la this
rTy -Saturday "af ternon. re.turningr to
their home on ilonday. t ' ' .
John Goeders. w-ho moved from Stay-
ton to Gerral last Decnber. is in this
city looking for a. place, with a view
to returning here In th near future.
Start on friend are glad to .wetcom
the family back to this vldnKy. '
The"ipeclal meetings at the -Metho-
tet church ctesed on Monday evening
four new converts' being added to the
church an a,,rwt)U of the efforts ' 01
Itev. Oord-jn. assksted by Rev. Brvan
The; little 20-norrtht-oM daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rock had the mis
fortune to- fall Sunday morning in. such
a manner t p break- one, of t.r arms
Jurt above tlie rtbow. Tr. Riwnr' aw
the broker member and be s hild
Messrs. Jeffrie and ' Dalrymple. twe
prominent an.lidatea on the Demo-
cratie flcket, drove ' out from Salern
Tuesday ani dW om private!' elec
tioneering among the votw f : thk
Miss Bessie Queener. aaleetady In th
scto MilBnery store. vlHed her parent
tn tnts city the first of the week-
Lafe and Mirlard Hill, of Salem, wer
visiting relatives and friends in ay
W. If. Cooper made a business trir
to the Capital City Tuesday, returning
Wednesdays s '
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCrow return
ea to Polk countjK Thursday of last
week after a few jdav visit at th
pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. JoeejA
Fisher in this city.
Yesterday Spent in Hearing
Petitions of Road Im
T1IK WEST API'ROACH Ti j THE
WI LliAMETTE R I V Kit IlRItXIK TO
UK EXAMINED TODAY. AND Till
COURT GOES TO THE SANT1AM
The M. 'ion County : c.nmnl-e;.r.eri
court yeaU'iSlay nrnlng convened in
regtiUr atSKiou, all r ' ttut offH-era ls-
fcng In att-iKLinCe. The iii day if the
court iacusKomaroy devoted to the
auditing of bill against tin ount.v.
but the cturi ua;i freiueniiv inter-
ruite,i during yesterday's e.-wion by
rx-tiliners for new road. roAd Improve
men. timl new hrtjg. nd by remon
straior.- aganrt iii petitions each
party eking to 'urge their reir live
views, that thu court did ud j ntike
mui h pngreM in any diri- tion. i . The
coupi has plantied : to ineet with the
Polk -ounily cimmiisioirirs' court uml
the coimnltti-e. on streets and public
Irop.-rty. of the Siih-ih city' council.. 'on
the 'AV'iHaniette river bridge thlsimorn
Ing, for the -uriost of viewing he
condition. 'of .the -west., side' approach
w,iich U rej4rtcil to unsafej with
in view, to ir.aKing the n.ct'tMrv tfe
pairs ua vkstn a pomlble.. I ! i
. At 6 tftlwk in the evening the! court
will dirlve to the San(iam river for the
purpose of making an insjHcllun of sv
erai sies 1 or tne construction or r.
new -bridge acrtntsa the Santiam. i to re
place the okj ww w iL hed out during a
heavy freshet last fall.
Petitions from Gates, Minto and
Nfagaira have been pnfc-nted to the
court urging that this bridge be con
structed at ? each of these points, and
t here fore t he cou r t wi 1 1 make a t,rwr-
ough investigation before airivlng at
a final conclusion, but the members
are under the imprsslon that Gate is
the -most' Bulvantageous ioint ami .it
is probable thaT the new brUlge will be
hullt there. The cost of this hridre
is estimated at about $2000. - . j
Tli bills as allowed and ordered paid
yesterday are as follows:
V Road Fund.
.$131 M ,
. 1 50.
. 10 &0
. 17 SO.:
. 3 00
. 4 M
. 4 50
y -'7 -50.
V " M
. 75 ,-
. 3 o
.' 3 00 ;'
W. F. Davidson
Pear Khgle .....
Ian Osborno ...
Frexl Cpeland .
W. J. Walker:.
;. 3 00
; 17 25
i S 00
t 10 50
W. P. DavW ...
Jas. Moulet .....
! 17 50
f 2 00
lien Shepard ...
Jis. Nibts .. . ... .
Hern'a Odleklrk ,
L. W. Jones .,',
a. : J. Ilartriff ...
F, A. Strand "..i
J. lit Simistohii.
I. E.V Iutnam ..
Jno. Mt'inson ... .
f a 00
W. L. Gilbert
. 6,' 25. .'
IS, 00 ;
9 50 -
C6 04 ,
. . ....
Frank llymes .
Peter Oedser ...
a., W. Vinton, ,
Ellis Stevens ..
Ui - SI nwrfMM . . . .
Nets Iundi . . . .
3. A. Morgan . .
I. Steven-s ......
t, W. McKay .
F.M- Howe ...
Martin t)taon ..
OUver Wright .
D. A. Noyiew ...
W. F. Starr ...
Levi Herren ..1
S Jones . -jr. j...
. . . .-. ,
FIGHT OF CLUB WOMEN.
IjOSB IN EVERY- CON tr.sr ..
IN THE CONVIiNTION.'
IXS ANGELESeCaU May Todiy
the Massachusetts club women saw all
plans for which they have been fighting
tw years go down before the vote of
the convention. The final protest was
given to the admission of the colored
women's clubs, the effort to down the
individual club as a step toward reor
ganisation 'thrugh State Federations
only, failed, and th plan to reduce the
Pr capita, tax from 10 to 7 cent ,w
snowed . under. The, dispatch j with
which these issues were defeated In
the midst of Intense excitement on both
ides is tt matter of surprise, even to
the delegates who aided in the- result.
Them '! no better w-ay ofanmming
op President Roosereii's ootdor life
than toisay that to be trnly and. hter-
aily a. recreation for him It niiMt toe
done with strain, Ladies' Home
JourhaJL?.4 '-, ., .: - .: '': . .
Legal Blanks at the Statesman office.
.,. . - - ----- ; ' . 'r - .
!"'".,' : "" ---,"."-:' ! .-.".'. '' '-'-'' - .
Made of Pure tirape Cream of Tartar.
mums tomix. co
Col. H. E. Dosch Delivered
ON THE HOUNDLESS RESOITRCKS
OF HIS STATE ON THE Ot
SlON OF il'ItKCSON' WAY AT
It Id ENTER-STATE 'EXPOSITION.
On th occarlort- of-. Oregon Day at
the Charleston Kxiiositlon a. few
Hon.; H. K. : Dosch. th
Commissioner "and Oefcieral . S11H
tendent of the Oregon exhibit, d
ered a splendid address In live big!
ditorioum. a part of which Is her
pretited to the' readerii of theKtjate-
miiii, to show the work being due:there
byf the Oregon representatives. - j
. ' The sp-aker who. prWdei m
old you f the lieinuUes f 'Or.egort, of
its magnlilcent s-eicryi- its gigantic
treesxand forests. Its lofty mountains.
its wide' and deep riversfc its broe d
fertile vhleysyrfnd Its iiuable 'Iihi
Tin ieaui.iiui i.nes
Cu II en .1 trysrnt 's j -m,
the 1 Oregon, -but Ho
rs no Sound
Save Its- "Own Dashing. Is
atrium, for It hears the splash! ngs and
puffings of trtany sveiuri boats tfavers
ing Its bosom; It hesys the pulsatl
of the. mighty ocean steamers that car
ry tne comrmKiities or tne tjrieiit an.i
theteelient;at har the cheerful sojngs
of the .sailors froitj the vesseb, utider
the.flags of many nations iliiit carry
our wheat, our barl-fy. our oats, lour
flour, mr lumber, our fish and ofiher
products to the: furthermost -orners of
the- earth.X it hears the lowing of the
cattle ami the Talent Ijig of the thou
sands of shvp that gr.iate along its
lairders; it hers the box and. Whirr
of the saw mlllsv that convert our for
est giants of fir, spruce cedar, oak, ah.
and pine , Into commercial produpts.
even supplying the masts and sjtrs
and dec king of th very shlps-that (iir
ry them - to l he mnrkeis. or tne w oriu;
it' hears, the hum in the steel r&jler
mills that transform our '-fine wheal
ntb the 'flour to fonn the staff of life
foe many nations; it hears the cllcld of
the looms In the woolen tpills;. it hears
the rumbling of the electric light
pbint; it hears the song of the bids
that follow lvlil7i tion Into th w;itder-
ness; it hears the laughter or the cnii
drcn from tlmusanls? of . happy homes,
skirting-its hanks, once the trail tnd
illihee of the Indian; yes, "the mighty
Columbia still hears its own dashing,
but It tvsirs it In -unison and hanno
plous chorus with the sounds of activity,-
civilization- and commerce, where
there Is still rtsrn for happy anil on
tented homes in reg kins' of lmutlful
and majestic fcindncapeft for millions
of people, and w hjeh will lie the richest
operating field of the bndn and slrww
of the rising generation, the yemen of
our NiillonaJ suprenvacy. I-4ft.it be i-e-
membere! that a happy and prosperous
eltijnthlp, north, south, east or wi-st
Is the controlling force anil the reseifve
Jwwer of our government. This is Or-
gon. the state 1 have the honor, to
represent, and a State we Invite you
mot cordially to visit at our Centen
nial ExisMMtion in isoa i commenio-
rate the Lewis and Clark ExpMitljon
of l05,t which addetl that mpire o
our domain, and you are assured of
he?rtyweIcomi should you elect ito
nx-ke Or-gon your future home
One United; States Inn-1 -ertin4fe
was filed for Ve?or.l with th cninxy
recorder yesterday, by which the Unit
ed States convey .to John Elllojtt,
eighty aorea of land In auction 14. towfn.
ahlp south. range I as were.alAo
se-en d-ils, the aggregate owUdeta
tlon of whkh waa $797: three mrrt.
gag-s of real estate for $1500, 1500 and
$300. respectively, and one Chattsl mort
gage" for $10. The deeds were:
.Jacob Hexemer to. Knute Oreger-
son, 90 acres In section 26, t 5 s, r
I w. w. d.vJ-.....L. ...L...$27
Lrfirs o. Momerak to Thoa OkKin.
S 3-4 aorea In t . r 1 w w. d,., 230
John Krug and wife to Jacj
F. Toung, 10 acres of land In
lot No. I4of Waldo lllll FruM
Farm Noi J. w. d... ...... 1
Annie M. Skaife. .et ut.. to IL
, F,,' Fisher, lota ,.' Nov 1 anl 2 of
Mock 1 of Skaife and Mcintosh
addition to Filverton. w. d.. ......
Wm. II, 6mith to Edward E. llas-l
ktns. 117 acres in section 14 and
23, t m. r f e.: w dL 4....
Sarah E. Dunn to L. F. Butlet, 170
acrea In John Taylor arrl wife
d 1 v t a. r 1 e. w. d. ........... 3n0
W. J. Barker to F. Levy "lot N'. 2.
bloc 2. of -the uthwst addition
t Salem, q. c. d... ...... ......... 1
1t4 Ltd a Krt klmn Ccri
I Ssarstfc Ly
- , m miwi t., m raw.
LAROUCHERE ON RHODES.
The astonishing bequestis for educa
tional fiurposes that Mr. Cecil ithodes
ha mad rather confirm t.le. opinion
I exrtsed recently that hi Mti
were sometime more grandiose than
Practical.. The. i.len of al'tirsHlnr ut
Oxford by hfneans of scholarshiiMt son
ri u n-. iiriMS or seudenta rront lw coairwes,
the Unites! States and Griiany is.
very Hue 41 nd large, but when liry U
i'liaglne in a detlnit ehain khe tacti;
.-1 1 ruMilt, U'hl.-K u-ill AH.urA .'e
.... ... - - . . . . . '-.' . . 1, - .
the . countries concerned, Xt am' sorrv
that I ei notbln- at
: A tinge r loretgn coucalixm.-ls no
loubt a giMxi tiling for a yuurig inan
The German., Americans and colonial
a ho come to XTorjJ wHl iio lotbt
leaim soinwt htiig thaTtbey woul-X not
ttave learncdAt boane. llbtv eiwally
substantial Jivriir:s woutttj h.tv ' fol
lowed front (riving the Miuie iiunrher of
English Jtudnt selmlarsliips. Ji Ger
many in America, r even'scn Jinx
tb ltolonials to those countries, t 'As
wehave .been Inuring- u much of Jaie
about the nee.l of , improving the cdip
cation of our "own cltUvn , and the
J I i v -A.t Ihrt toa I t,,ti J i fifll'Mll-
tages enjoyetl by Germs Us anl Ameri
caivs. . 1 should have thought that
Britain might have ber.etmi-d more by
sentng lr ona 10 mow couniTi"
thaii ty Inviting the rim of tH
eountli'S to enjoy our obsolete educa-
srraiiKttinent. lndon Truth.
A CIPHER CODf. "
A coiminerclal traveler: well known In
the cyjele tfado on iMHh Mdes, uf the
Attantlto adds this to the collection ofi."
Jokes bn newly inudrt haiiy fatlw-rs.
Tbe licro. is the manufacturer or the
wheel j whl lv the narrator sella - Being
conipeliel to go Away on business
trip about the time an intercstljuc do
mestic! event was expected, he left or
ders for the nurse to wire bun results
according, t Ae following formula:, r
It a boy, ''Gentleman's safety ar-
If a girl, "Lady's seirety arrive.1."
The father's state of mln.l may I
fnnagincd when a few day later he re
ceived a tflegram containing the one,
word, Tandm.' The Dertver ' K
- A " i 1 .-; r.
"-'-... j : Whooping Cough. .
A woman . who .has had experience
with this disease, , tells howl to prevent
any dangerous consequences from it.
She says: Our three, children tsk the
whoopfng couKh last summer, our baby
boy being only three months old,, and
owing to our giving them Chamber
lain's Cough Reinedy. they lost none of
their plumpiicssjar.d ca-nie.out In-.much
better health. than other children a hose
parents did not use this remedy. ' Our
oldest gtrl would call 'lustily for cou!i
syrup between whoops. Jessie Ilnkey
Hall. Sprlngvlile, Ala. This remedy Is
for sale by Dr. Stone's Drug Storea
Ial Blanks at Statesman Job: .Office
OP SIX Will kS
nslnnlnrT Muailiy. J,.-'ie J !'l bc--iiti-lutl
In oil nt fte rsurrs ef thr Port
arid Kuril's.. t'llag. terrier I'nfk sn'.
n'al,lrxtH 'iro, If s": -; fv ,
hiiot of mitiJv. ilip-ri-i in b!i icarlirrn
'o higher srts'!s la ttie Auttnit x.'irn!ria-
tlon. i'urtlar . iiartlcul.ir: vn sT'l-ll. a'.in.
OPLN ALL Tllfi YLAK1
Ths Pnrtlar.il flustn Cv is oren ail
the year.' ' Stu bMn ty 'entrr it ny
time, for Kix . iiil )jrar',ris :ir a . -regu'sr ..
eaure. arid ruejve lnJvl,laat of clas l-
truffl'.n. urn jt -f.rr i; "oli r -.seii.l. fr
estslotrue.' Ix-arn hat nI Injur tie l.-a. h.
A. t'. ApfMstroMB, I.I It., I'rlnelpal.
420 w;i:i - If
"a Pn-tktd. Or. '' A
TOUaCCO rs Aiw.a 4
Tff, Vou Could JLook
to whKh youe,wosh. if ncfecicd,
will briar rem. yim would sk trMrl at
. ooe sad tbst naturally would be taroaga
." "4 . Cnsfsateed to rare fem
1 l 1 1 t sum t too, Broschftif,
- Asthtas. and all J.vog
Troabk. CTirr. Coagh.and Coldi vn day.
23 recta 'Write to. 8. C. Wn ia & Co
Ijt SLcy. X. Y lor free trial bottle. :
karfs Clorcr Koet Tea parities tb Clsad
J J S i'pi" 'fait' - S