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ARE TOO WISE
For President Roosevelt and
I His Party
Has Been : fcffected to Baffle
. the Wily Foe So
ONLY ONR STARTED YBSTERDAT.
ANb UK AVAR KILLED , BY A
FARMER WILL, ARRIVE AT
MEMPHIS TOMORROW CHAIR.
MAN FAtRLEY'S STATEMENT.
SMHDES, Miss., Nov. 17. The bears
In the swamp country around the
, President's camp on the Little - Sun
Flower wcm to have, effected a. suc-
eessful combination , to prevent the
President from having a single shot
at one of them on the expedition.
Only one the . dogs smarted today
fled in a northeasterly direction at the
flrsf alarm and did notVstop running'
until the! reached the canebrake aijout
nine miles from camp. There he wall
overtaken by one of the. managers of
the Smedes plantation, who killed him.
5 The President takes "Ills ill-luck good
naturedly. He says It Is, simply the
fortune of the chase, and that he will
have . last try tomorrow. The Presi
dent's party will break camp ' shortly
.before dark tomorrow and, will arrive
at Memphis Wednesday morning.
In the Interest of Wolcott
JDenver, Coi,, Nov. 17.- Chairman
Falrley, of the Republican State -Com
mittee today issued an address to the
Rjepubllpns of Colorado regarding the
.Kepublleirf "Jollification arranged : for
tomorrow night, and which he, as the
hrad of the tats organization, declared
off some day go.
The Denver organisation denied his
authority and declared the affair
should go forward. Chairman Falr
ley, m a statement, says txoyernor rea
body, and -other speakers announced,
have 'withdrawn from the program, and
"The evidence? , Is conclusive that
while the said meeting is, upon Its face,
to be a. celebration of the recent Re
publican! victory. It is in fact a meet
. ing to further the candidacy of E. O.
Wolcott for - the United States Sena
torshlp. and has been arranged and will
be packed so as to appear as an ova
tion to him personally." : f"
' Doukhosora At Home.
Winnipeg. Manitoba, Nov. 17. Im
. migration Officer Roy, who assisted In
driving the. Doufthobors back to their
villages, ! arrived at .Winnipeg today
"Hnu days inere wart grttii jrji.n.inii
the return of the Doukhobor men.
The women appear to have cooled in
the frantic ardor arid are quite ron
tented to remain at home. The leaders
are t. till I rosses9ed of their crasy ac
tions, lbut have lost hold on their fol
lowers, i : i ':'''; ,, ;-;. '.''."
j Smith For President.
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 17. J. J. Smith,
of Enumclaw, State Senator-elect from
the Thirtieth district,' Kin county, will
,be chosen President of the next Sen
ate. This was agreed upon at a meet
ing twlaji when Senators Baker, j: Of
Goldeudal?. and Hamilton, of Tacoma.
announced their withdrawal In favor of
Smith. Though Smith Is opposed to
the Railway Commission, Bill favored
nnV.rr' McOrtde. It Is declared
the administration Is satisfied that he
r-nin Imnsrtlallv flnd wlfl not op-
pope his election to the Presidency ofH
the Senate. .', ,
: I.". ' v.
SUM ITER, Nov. 17. The Postofflce
located at Cablevllle has been suspend,
ed for the reason that no man can be
found to take the position of - post
master, i Thomas Costello. who form
at.. v. - nia ha resirnea u.ua
removed his store. This will prove a
great inconvenience to the many peo
ple lit the Cable Cove district, who will
now have to come to Sumpter, Jour
South Pacific Safe Robbed."
Portland. Or. Nov. 15.-Th - safe In
the Southern Pacific depot at ?nb;ir'
Oregon, i wM. robbed last night of a
package containing 11.170. The money
belonged to th Chebalem Valley M 111
ing Company. There Is no clue lo the
robbers.; ; ' ' "' ' " - - "J -.
COTTAGE GROVE WRECK v
TRESTLE GAVE WAY : UNDER A
TRAIN-PULLMAN ONLY CAR
' ; j ; NOT DAMAQED- : .
roTTAOE GROVE. Nov' 17. The
Oregon express or, the Southern I -cine.
Conductor Conner . chr.fe
north hound, was wrecked si m lie
north of this Place y
p.:m.: The .train, puKed by two
- when a' small trestlo gave way under.
. , il, .ulnir It firom
.the second engine. v Tht
the track and derailing five
wreck is one of the worst on the S"U"L
ern Pacific lines In Oregon for years.
The baggage car ch lde
the mail car and one coach op one side
and two coaches on the other. One
tourist car- was; badly smashed, but
remained partly n the f
Pullman, , the. only car not damaged.
, was brought here last night.
It was remarkable that all "
derailed remained la.ua uprlgnt-JJOBi
auu iuiKie irom one man, : who
ays he was walking on the track and
stepped aside t6 let the train pass, no
was seriously hurt. The Injured
man has a broken forearm; cot calp
and Is supposed to be hurt Internally.
He w-as brought here and Is receiving
attention from the Southern Pacific's
physician. Dr. "George Wall. Passen
ger and mull transit is at a standstill,
but through connections are expected
to be made today. . - '
PACK BELOW AVERAGE
EALL FISHING SEASON ON CO
tJ LUMIilA RIVER A COMPAR- -'
; ATIVE FAILURE.
ASTORIA, Nor. 17. Tbe -1902 fall
fishing' season lias been a comparative
failure. Operations hava been discon
tinued on the Columbia ; river, and.
while a few -dayg yet remain. for fish
ing- on the outside streams of the state
and Gray's Harbor and Shoal water
Bay, enough is known of the situation
to make. It known that the pack will
be below average. Figures compiled
from statements given by packers in
dicate that the total pack will be 105,-
i00- cases, ; : . 1 ?
On the Columbia river the output is
approximately 14.00u cases. Only two
packing houses were operated this Tall,
aftd these depended principally on the
traps for thein 'supplies, i Aout ! ten
days -ago' heavy reshets ! made their
appearance in the river, as the result
of the rains, and it was Impossible for
Ih trappers to continue operations.
They gave up In disgust during last
week, and the canneries were at once
closed down. The cannery of the Co
lumbia. River Packers' Association at
Pillar Rock has packed about 11,000
cases of flsh. while Senator J. G. Meg
ler's Brookfield, packing house has can
ned about 3,000 cases.
Nearly the entire pack on the Co
lumbia river Is of ; chums, sllversldes
having been very scarce ; during- the
season. The cold-storages made a bid
for sllversldes, and perhaps got , the
bulk of those caught by' offering : a
higher price. It Is estimated that not
more than 25 per cent of the Columbia
river pack Is of sllversldes.
From Garibaldi and Alsea Bay come
reports of light packs, with a scarcity
of sllversldes. At Nehalem sllversldes
were much more plentiful than at any
other point reportihg, and the pack
there will not go far toward helping
the canners supply the demand for this
grade of fish. ? Gray's Harbor has had
an .exceptionally good year, and the
pack there is supposed to be-fully 35,
000 cases. Most of, the ... fish packed at
the harbor are said to ! be chums.'
The shortage of the fall pack, to
gether with the remarkably heavy fall
ing off in the Puget . Sound; summer
pack and the deficiency noted In South
ern Alaska and the Eraser river, ought
to have a- very good effect on the high
grade fish market. Indeed, things-are
already looking up,: and Columbia riv
er chi nook will doubtless command a
much better price next season.
Samuel Elmore, who is just home
from the Enst, says the demand for
canned salmon has been wonderful. He
makes an encouraging report with ref
erence to the condition of the market
and thinks, next season's prices will be
very favorable. Prices are expected to
stiffen somewhai during the next sixty
or ninety days. .'s some of the jobbers
will, be compelled to replenish during
that time. If there Is any slump at all.
It will be on cheap ftsh. That low
grade salmon has ; not made the in
roads into the high-grade market hat
was expected' Is evidenced from, the
statement of Mr. Elmore, - who knows
of a Chicago broker who bought Puget
Sound sockeyes for S1.27H per' dozen
in Chicago when the price on the Coast
NEBRASKA BOY KILLED
' hi j
WHILE OUT HUNTING SHOT BY
THIRTEEN YEAR OLD
LA GRANDE, Nov. 17. Frank Rad
ford, a young man frora-Mlnden. Neb.,
was fatally shot at the McAIMeter
farm today. He had gone duck hunt
ing with Arthur, the 13 year old son of
D.uA. McAllister, and the hoy In put
ting his gun through the fence, dis
charged1 it, and the whole load of shot
struck Radford. They were only ten
feet apart, and a hole two Inches -In
diameter was torn In the. man's abdo
men. - Dr. Richardson ; went out from
this city, but Radford only. lived- IS
minutes. He had been an employe on
the McAllister farm, but was lately
working at Union, and was at the place
on- a visit. He will be buried here.
The boy is wild ' with grief at the
fatality. ' . ' .
FLY" BITE WAS FATau
NEW YORK, Nov. ' 17. Herman
Kaufman. 3-year-6ld son of a tobacco
dealer living in The Bronx, has died
from the effects of a fly-bite Inflicted
last Wednesday. A few hours later a
smalt spot made by the bite developed
td a swelling which extended over the
entire cheek. The swelling continued
to sprad until tbe whole upper por
tion of the child's body was- distended.
The doctors were powerless to give re,
lief and finally the Victim died. It
playmates say the fly was an ordinary
"blue toottte." The physicians believe
the Insect was Infected with erysipelas
Trust Those Who Have Tried.. V
I suffered front catarrh of the w-orst
kind and never hoped for cure, but
Ely's Cream Balm seems to do even
that.-Oscar Ostrom. 45 Warren Ave,
XS from catarrh: ltPJ..
bad I could not work I used : Ely a
Cream Balm and am enUrely welLA.
C. !ark, 341 Shawmut Ave, Boston,
Te Balm does not IrHtate "J"
snlixln? Sold rnl.U Jt
or mailed by Ely Brothers, J Warren
St, New. York. ' , , -
Put Through Another Course
Miner President's Brilliancy
Ability In Evading Lead
MACVEAGH. FOR ERIE COMPANY.
ATTEMPTED TO SHOW MINERS
IRRESPONSIBILITY" IN MAKING
CONTRACTS, BUT MADE LITTLE
PROGRESS THE BOYCOTT.) 1 "
SCRANTON, Pa., Nov. 17,-In the
presence of as. many persons as could
be lammed Into the Superior Court
kM today. Wayne; MacVeaghs for
theEirle Company, and John Mitchell,
for the miners, continued their brilliant
battle of cross-examination before the
anthracite, coal 'commissions The
fourth demand of the union which call
for a yearly trade agreement and
j - "O-.fc w -ts
. i . A. , . . . .
i-Jii ui me union, was tne Done or con
tention, and not much material prog
ress was made. Mac Veagh attempted
to chow the utter irresponsibility of the
union and its unfitness to make con
tract which it could live up to
His principal argument was alleged
boycott, and he often hard pressed the
miners president for. tn nwer. Tlie
latter, however, slowly and deliberately
gave some reply but it did not always
satisfy his Inquisitor. .
Mac Veagh expressed hte admiration
of the ability of the witness, and on
one occasion, when Mitchell parried a
question regarding the boycott of coal
and- Iron polioemen by a hotel keeper,
the distinguished attorney threw up his
hands, laughed and said; "Mr. Mitch
ell, you are, the beet witness for your
self I ever confronted."
The miners' president no matter how
skilfully he was questioned cbvld not be
drawn Into the flat argument that he.
a president of the union, approved -of
the boycotts complained of bv I the
He had personal ' opinions of rtome
phase, of the boycott, but would - not
express them as being the. sentiment
or policy of his organization.
"PURPLE MOTHER'S" SON
. :. 1 " s- : - ' .
ESCAPES FROM POINT LOMA
SCHOOL AND, TELLS
' BAD STORIES, .
SAN DIEGO, Nov. 17. Henry Ba
ron is the adopted son of Mrs. Kath-.
'erlne Tlngley, -Purple Mother" of tho
''Lotus Buds of Point Loma, and high
priestess of the Universal Brotherhoo.1.
whore doctrines vt theoaophy j are
founded in the Union of the Supreme
Court of the Raja Yoga. Baron es
caped 'mis afternoon from th . I5irit
Loma Lnmasery -and Is now in hidina
in San DiegOi
I was on guard at the colony: last
night," he said. The colony Is one of
the departments of the Raja Yoga.
"They are afraid over there that their
enemies will attack them In the night,
so they place. a guard in relays all
over the grounds and buildings. ,
"I left Point ..Loma, because I am
discouraged and broken-hearted. I am
broken-hearted by the way j the poor
people are treated over there. Those
who are not rich enough to pay their
way have to work for the others, fhere
fcfre mothers over there who are ; not
aHowed to see tneir cnuaren. , ,jwm.
rffngley says that mother love breeds
selfishness. So they keep tne cnuaren
by themselves.' Nobody ; except the
Cabinet of the Purple Mother are at
lowed to converse with these chlldrea
or have anything to do with them.
"I know nothing personally of ' the
manner in which they are treated. 1
do know, however, that there are two
divisions, one at the colony and one at
the hoinstead. The homestead Iswhere
the better, class of children live." These
are fed on the best the market : can
produce; the students, as they are call
ed, who live at the colony, are stlnt
ed." - -
Baron charges that Mrs. Tlngley has
deceived him as to parentage, and has
withheld a heritage from him. , ,
FORGED CHECK SWINDLER
OPERATED IN SUM PTE R AND
BAKER CITY SUCCESSFULLY (
BAKER crTT. Nov.. 17. "Dr. L.
Courtney, New Torn uuv, .is , me
signature of pn Individual being looked
for by the police aenareai nii mw
h.mixt. H Is wanted for conducting
a wholesale biaeas of negotiating the
passage of fraudulent cnecas. m vie
tfmlzed a number of Sumster cltlxena
and hied himself to Baker Oty, where.
it is understood, he was as eminenuy
successful. He registfred at a bump-
hotel and succeeded n prevaiuna
upon the proprietor to accept on of his
slips for $20. but later, when he. learned
discovery was at hand, departed hur
riedly upon 'the west-oouna train, team
ing behind a suit of clothes aiwl an
overcoat. . . . t' . -
After reaching fhls city nw opera -,in,
were more closely conducted, and
when the police awoke to the fact that
a swindler was in their midst the eul-
r-tt isaoDeared H l Hermann, n -u
thought he headed for Portland. .
Is in a Most Deplorable State
REPORT OF COMMISSION
Now Enroute And a Synopsis
Cabled to Washington
DEPRECIATION, OF SILVER CAUS
ED GREAT LOSS TO GOVERN
MENT COMMISSION DESIRES
CURRENCY ON GOLD BASIS
BATTLE WITH REBELS. : '
WASHINGTON. , Nov. 17The re
port of the Philippine! Commission" will
not reach Washington for a month,
but a synoseis has ben cabled "to the
War Department. It Is known that
the commission will make strong' rec
ommendations regarding the cuprrency
which, at present, is In
The continued depreciation of silver
(currency until It Js worth J2.50 for 91
Inr gold has caused a great loss to the
Philippine Government, estimated at
fl,OO0.b0O during the past six montus.
The commission believes that the cur
rency should be established on the
gold basis. ":
uovemor Tart has been In favor of
further tariff concession to the Phil
ipplnes and It im believed he will rec
ommend that the rate which Is now 75
per cent of tha Dlngley rate, should be
made 25 per cent, to! encourage conv
merce between the t islands and the
Governor Taft also believes that the
commission should be allowed discre'
tlon In the matter of admitting Chi
Another Battle Reported.
fan Jose, Cos ta .Rica. Nov. 17. Ac
cording' to the "news received here
through Colombian revolutionary
sources, a battle has- taken place be
tween the Colombian Government anJ
the IruAirgents forces at Agua Dulce.
.. The Government's1; gunboat Bogdta,
actordlnar to these reports, is on the
way . back to Panama In a disabled
condition as a result of the engage
ment, five ofners and fifteen of her
crew being said to have been kill.d.
Terrible Destruction Wroughte.
Panama, Nov. 17. Passengers from
Central 'America report the tomrdte
destruction of the territory surround
ing the volcano of Santa Maria, Guate
mala. In consequence of th recent
eruption. Adjacent villages., rich
coffee plantations, with over $300,000
worth of-coffee and hundreds of lives
lost; Exchange Is rlelng by leaps and
now stands at 1200 per cent without
buyers. Strict censorship" in Guate
mala makes it imiMjsible to get the
exact news regarding the situation
there. : , .
HUNDREDS OF DELEGATES
ARRIVE IN PORTLAND TO! ATr
TEND THE IRRIGATION CON
PORTLAND. Or., Nov. 17. About 400
delegates from different ectlons ! f
Oregon are here to attend the irriga
tion convention which begins tomor
row. The action of the meeting1 will
have an important efWt upon the
portions of the state- that, can t be
brought under irrigation,
The convention will open Tomorrow
momfng at 1 o'clock In the A. O. U.
W. Hall. A general reception and In
teresting program prepared tf the
merchants entertainment committee
Wilt be given to visitors and delegates
In the evening. . . ,
The Only Clothing Store
In the Willamette Valley that eells tne fundus 11. S. fc M.
Ctbthing for men is Jot. Meyer? t Sods.
The Only Clothing Factory
In America that offers to the consumer an arsolute gaaranleo.
of tbe wenin qualities of their gwxls is Hart, Shaiiier &
li&rxj of Cli ago. (An irresistible pair of stores.)
Tbe Afeeage tailor ts like a stage cacb Lumbers a! on 3 fa tbe same ;
V old way.. Do yon want ts trarel by staje or fast express?
If you choose tlio fust express you coino to m for your clothing
because you want everything; up-to-date.
j When In doubt chose black
suit; it' the truest elegance in
dres. ' "' ' "
$10 to $22.50 ,
Overcuets thick and deep
thtl the most prying wind can't?
find you. ,
$10 to $22.50
In addition to the United States offi
cials and prominent state officials.
three prominent member of the Na
nonai irrigation Association- will ar
rive this afternoon FVed J. Kleset, of
OgdenrUtar. National president; Fred
J.-Holmes, of Salt Lake City, "National
secretary, and R. Mason, NatlOn.il
chairman. The merchants' entertain
ment ctunmittee, at a largely attended
meeting this morning, npiK.tpted J. M.
Moore to meet them at the train with
carriages and escort them to the Purt
lan Hotel, where n Informal recep
tion will be given thenl this evening.
All business men are Invited to lr
pres-nt. Governor Geer, Mayor Wil
liams, President' Mears. of the Cham
ber of Commerce; A. 'If. Devers, of the
Oregon .Irrigation AiocIatlon;" F. E.
Reach, of the Board of Trade, will be
asked to be 'present. ,
LOOKING FOR HOP LAND
PLENTY OF CAPITAL READY TO
BE JNVESTED IN YAKIMA
NORTH YAKIMA. Nov. J 7. From
all indications it looks asLthoush there
will be a hoom in bop ranches in the
Yakima Valley: during the next season.
Already plans are under way for new
ranches by farmers and Uer land
owners. A San FrancWsow firm haa in
serted advertisements in the local
papers, wanting to bui' hop farms.
Portland peoule have alio be-n here
looking over the fleld, with a view of
buying before the price of land goes
j up. Growers who have not sold or
Luniraviru mr uinr iu crop are 8KK
ing 30 cents, but buyer ere still offer
ing 2 and 26 cents , Some c! I'lc
growers say? they will -get .40 cents be
fore the winter is overV
UTAH- EARTHQUAKE V
TWO SHOCKS DEMOLISHED CHIM
NEYS AND CROCKERY AND
STQPPED THE CLOCKS.
SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 17. Two
distinct shocks, of earthquake were
felt In this clt shortly before 1 o'ckxk.
Clocks a-ere stopped In various plirts
of the4 city, but io serious damagei in
reported. The shock was felt at a
number of points In Southern irt ah.
Pine Valley, in Washington county, re
ports two sharp shock about l VI(i k,
he movement being heavy enough to
damage chimneys and throw cnxkery
from shelves. The disturbances seem
ed to be from north to south.
DEAD MAN FOUND
IN RUSHES NEAR EUS-EKA, UTAH,
THOUGHT TO HAVE COM
MITTED SUICIDE. ,
SALT LAKE, Utah, Nov. 17. A spe
cial to the Herald from Eoreka says:
The body 'of 'John Mci'arthy was, found
this morning lying in a tiuinp of bush
es half covered with snow. Umb-rrieaih
the body was found a pocket-knife
with the handle covered with blood.
McCarthy's parents Uv in WalkervIHe,
Montana. It Is suipoed to a. case
of suicide. . ' :
MISSING MAN HOUND.
SAN. FRANCISCO. No 17 W. Iiv
ell I-yre,' Journalist. ioet and iKihemlan,
who has -teen nilsing ' since''.Ortoler
9!h, has been disi-overd In a grave In
the potter's field, where be has been
lying unknown and unclaimed since the
day following his death at the Central
Emergency Hospital, on October 10th.
The niht before Eyre was pl ked up
t the corner of Sacramento and Webb
streets in an unconscious condition.
tie was sent to the hospital, where he
died, and whence he was sent to a
pauper's grave. He was missed nnd
friends began the search which will
result in his reinterment. ,
Stromboli In Action Again.
Rome, Italy. Nov. 17. A fresh erup
tion of the volcano Stromboli occurred
yesterday evening, accompanied by a
terrific explosion- and a great flow of
lava. It was a magnificent spectacle,
vlrlble from all the northern parts of
Sicily. The situation of the few inhab
itants of the island of Stfomboll is
precarious. :.:,'. iv-'':-'-''. -..''-
Fsnejr Woritcd ults so new
ao'l bright your ejes willlanc
57.50 to $20
PnU thst 4K both form mud
fancy; Ijeat drt-jy f atterti. ;
; - $2.50 to $6 50
Of Warships on the i Pacific
y - Coast - t,-
THE SURGEON OF THE NAVY
Gave Out the Information in
San Francisco for First
. - Time i ,
HEADgUARTF.RS TO 151 AT EH
QUIMALT, BRITISH:' COLUMBIA
RUSSIAN'S SEIXK JAl'ANli:
KIXU OSCARS DKC1SIO.N. '
SAN FRANCI"0. oai.. Nov. n,
The Jrtjmnoi,, ljiiii- will ni.aint;iin a
tKrmanept tleet in the I American wa
ters of. the Pacific. This irtipoitant
anntmnrirmrnt was ; tninte today by
Fleet Surgeon C, Oakl."'f the Intpet'lal
"Next year." said the sutKen, "Jap
an will send abroad Its first Jleet as a
- rr'rcrst unit. It w'll) be stationed
orfthe Patiflc .Coast of Amerlco' Its
headquarters will be Huulmnlt, in
Riltish Cofombia. . "
I. c - ' I
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Victoria, li. C Nov. 17.-Serilrrs who
have arrived hre tJl of the si iauie of
the Japanese schooner -fhloso M.trii,
April SOth. at a village south of Vladi
vostok: I!-iit wHtt iirmed UnxsLvris
put off from the '.'store to tli si-.il-
er and a fight enaud. Thr" Jnpiitif.
w-ere kiHcd and tha sihooner
thf men blng sent irisners io
Vla.1lvoyt,,k. Hy the 1M ndvl.-es tlif
eajers were still In thr Itu-J-im pri-
F'svored the Germans.
Washington. Nov. 17. The?e whs to.
day., published a full text ofth d
Ion given, by King ncir II.: n fil.
trator of -cvrt.(in. claims-owing to thi
military ote.ratlona i-ondntii In Si
mla In i9'J. The d'tision has b-it
annr.yni,'"l hi''torore. I"r Ji?ig
'publication, however, It 3id not -ohvey
to the.offl'ial hre a full re:i?!zn1 lu
of the complete Vlciory won by t'fr
many, for It piKurs th t on every sin
gle Kint the- ibltr:itor adopted th"
mst extreme 5rn view In afixf.i-'
Hon to Oreat Uritalu and "the . Vniud
MRS. GOODIN DEAD
AFTER RIUEF II.LNESS SUCt'UMU;-?
AT II ER HOME NEAR
" HILLSBORO."- '
..'IIILISRORO. Noy. Jjt? Thfl funeral
of Mrs. John Ooodfcn. who dled.at the
family . residence ' nenr -Sl -ncof, last
Friday evening, was held yesterday,
th services lieing nduted at tln
family residence, and the remains di
ttos! ted In the Tu iliitln d'l.tiris ?em-
try. Mrs. (I.Hdln w-as lern In lie
land hi June, ;9, and. Inr; p;reiitri
came lo America when she was only a
few years old. On Januitry I?, isW,
she was married tn John ;.! In, ji!
Sren-ervile, Canada, nd -;iin lt)i
her "husltand and-tfamlly. to ijtKnr in
1 S78.1 locatlna In W.ishlriKtoh county.
I Where they have-resldd continuously
ever since. Their golden wed ding Was
celebrhted last January. A hui;ind4
three daughters id four sons survive.
The above Rem whs taken from lh
Portland "Telegram list evening. . Mrr.
tjfxwlin Was 'the mot her. of Department
SupervlKtrr R. It.OtKidln, of the Ore-
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