THE SUNDAY OEGOtflAN, POETLA2JD, MAY 3, .1903.
riding at the head; then on foot, over 3000 tion of duty which is hot possible to the cese. speaking of the Vanderbllt marriage, SPARKSTARTS EXPLOSION 'Hdw long will it take tbe ma to iH
STATES ON PARADE contractors' employes. The last division
was the general officers of the local Build-
Tho exercises were closed by the bene-
CUTS Oir TIMBER LAND said:
"I have ao doubt whatever that the
:the',8ack if he does not stop t&e lade?
ing Trades Council in" carriages and a diction,- pronounced by Rabbi Harrison.
To' attempt to BOtirkh tke bcdywlwsi tka
Rev. Mr. Hadden, who performed the atoaaach is dis-
float oh which a fair young woman dressed ceremony, will be reprimanded. In this
to represent the United States, tossed country it would result In tha clergyman FOUR. PKRSONS KXLLKD, MAXY IN- eased is like try-
SITE FOR BRITISH EXHIBIT. XEW APPLICATION FOR IRRIGA- ing to fill the
handsful of good-luc- k coins to the crowds being suspended, and this would virtually JURED AT CLEVELAND.
along the side. Sit was a wise thought Secretary of Commission Will Select TION OX DESCHUTES. be a complete suspension from the church, sack with the
Last Day of Fair Dedication that placed her in the rear of the parade, Prince Will Not Come. as he could not enter any diocese." hole in it When
for the rush by the crowd to obtain the LONDON, May 2. The Cunard liner .the stomach and
at St, Louis. coins, that were designed for advertise-
Ivernla, which sails from Liverpool for Oregon Improvement Renews Efforts ALBANY, N. Y May 2. The Right Rev. Flying Fragments of Toy Torpedo other digestive
ments, was so great that at times there William Croswell Doane, D. D., Protestant Factory Mangle All Within Reach, and nutritive or-
was actual danger to tho eager scramblers New York today, has among her passen- and Insists Balk of . Tract Is
gers Colonel C L. Watson, secretary of Episcopal 'Church of Albany, who is gans are dis- -j
who sought the souvenirs.
"Among ihe "distinguished gUests Sn the the British Commission to tho St. Louis. Desert TkoBgk Wooded. known throughout the United States as and KiU Half a Family. eased, there is a'
reviewing stands were Governors Dock- Exposition. Colonel Watson Is taking a being strongly opposed to the marriage of constant loss of
GRAND DISPLAY BY CIVIC BODIES ery, of Missouri; Peabody, of Colorado; flying trip to' America. He expects to divorced persons, asserts that the Church nutrition.
Odell, of New York; Van Sant, of Mlnne Jeave New York for homo May 23, after OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash- of England had nothing to do with the CLEVELAND. O.. May 2. An explosion Enoueh is eatem
sota; Mickey, of Nebraska, and Heard, of spending eight or ten days at St. Louis. ington, May 2. The Oregon Development recent marriage of William K. Vanderbllt that caused; death and destruction oc- -: but
Louisiana; Senator Hanna. Senator Fair- The object of his visit Is to look over Company, which Is endeavoring, through and Mrs xuitherfurd in London, beyond curred in the torpedo plant of the Thor , loses the body!
banks, Thomas H. Carter and the exposition grounds, select the site the State of Oregon, to secure the segre- the fact that the ceremony was sanctioned Manufacturing Company at 647 Orange fleahj-pla- in
Veterans Lead the Way, Merchant John M. Thurston. fo rtbe British building, smee how much gation by one of Its chancellors, whom he re- street thU afternoon. Thus far four per proof that the
space can be allotted to Great Britain, of a large tract of land on the Up- garded In ihe same light as a civil off- sons are dead, while 27 others;, are lying , food eaten is
On the ' brow of the plateau which per Deschutes River, with a view to its icial who issues: licenses in this country.
Fellow, Civic Organizations Next stretches away to the east in the World's and to make" other necessary arrange- in hospitals, some fatally ana otners more largely wasted
Governor Dockcry'a Welcome Fair grounds Missouri dedicated the site ments. He takes with him the plan for reclamation under the Carey act. has filed or less seriously Injured. The dead are: because it is not
Governor' Odell Respond.- of her. building. Governor Dockery laid the British building, designed from the Its answer to the recent ruling of the Mrs. Maurice Cohen, aged 40. digested and as-
the corner-ston- e And made & short ad- historic Kensington Palace; This will bo General Land Office holding the land AGAIN" DOING BUSINESS. Seat on Cohen, aged 12. similated.
dress. submitted for the approval of the expo- within said section to be timber in char- Benjamin Cohen, aged 23. Dr. Pierce's
Dedication of State BaHdings.
sition authorities. The Colqnel said that Western Union Relics on Courts and Harry Gluo RIckmann, aged 15, sick of Golden Medical
a visit of 5f Wales to America acter. The original selection embraced
Police In Bstte. tyhpold fever In neighboring house, died
t - - t Dedication, .ceremonies formally accept- had not even beeh discussed." As presi- 'acres tributary to the Upper Des- as result of shock. Discovery cures
ST. LOUIS,May 2. The lost jact of the ing ijfie .sites- - RotteCipY'fiulldlngs "were dent of the British - iOommlssIon, the chutes, but in Its. answer the company BUTTE. Mont, May 2. Aftsr having The injured: diseases of the
dedication exercises of the Louisiana Pur- held by aelegatrons from many of the Prince's work Jay in the United King- ask permission to amend its survey in remained closed for a week, the Western Mrs. Anna Stone, left eye torn out, se- stomach and
chase Eacposltion was the'sending up of a states, the different ceremonies taking dom. a way to eliminate from 10.000. to 15,000 Union telegraph office this this city and vere scalp wounds, deep cut in right other organs of
huge rocket, which broke directly over the place throughout the day at the conveni- From other sources It was learned acres of this land. In its wires at 2 o'clock afternoon cheek through the Jawbone and bruised digestion and
towers of the Administration building, ence of the delegations. Iowa and Okla- that the upon Prince of Wales" 6o"uld only visit resumed business. The State Supreme about the shoulders.
The company explains that tho original Court, at Helena, yesterday granted a nutrition. It
scattering Its manifold golden stars direct- homa led off with the .dedicatory ceremo- America' .the iformal .Invitation of Loretto Stone, aged 6. end of tongue stops the leaks
map was erroneously drawn from field temporary injunction against the labor torn away and badly cut .about head.
ly above the archway. The sight was ac- nies during the forenoon, the several other the President and Secretary of State,- by which nutri-
cepted by the multitude as an omen of the states following: in the afternoon, imme- with a prbbablo Congressional appropri- notes and included land which It concedes organizations of Butte, restraining them Vera, Stone, aged 3, slightly cut about
tion is lost, and
glory to come to the lair liereaf ter, and diately after the conclusion of the head.
the cheers rolled out again an&'jagain be- the, Liberal Arts Miss Lulu Hahn, aged 20, cut about head, enables the
fore the crowd dispersed. - Governor Cummins of Iowa,.' with, vig- face and hands. building up of the body by the nutri-
In many respects the last day;of the orous ."bl'ov?st 'firove a "stake 6n th'eiowa A. W. Honwltz, cut about ears and deep tion derived from food. The gain isr
exercises was the best of them all. The site, and then made a brief address. "Colo-
FR'OMiNENrSPEAKERS AT "GOVERNORS' DAY" AT ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR. cut in right temple, also, severe scalp weight proves the cure.
weather was perfect. In addition, the nel Lafo Young, of Des Moines, and wound. "Three years ago I was taken sick with what
various committees are now 'thoroughly others, also made brief addresses. Mary Golobwltz, aged 16, compound frac the doctor called nerrausnees and indigestioa,"
accustomed to their work, and practically Goyernor Ferguson made a brief address ture of left .arm, badly bruised; In seri writes Mrs. Warren E. Parker, of Orange Street,
everything is running smoothly and on
in laying the cornerstone of Oklahoma's ous condition. Nantnctet, Mass. "He gave me medicine for
the trouble, but I could not cat even a
Wilbur Cole, aged 20, arm cut, portion or oatmeal without suffering severely.little a ftrw toast
time. There were some delays in the civic building, a granite block Inscribed, "The In
parade, but that was to- be expected. A -
next star on the flag." of nose torn away. months I began to have distressing pains right
large number of .oifi.cers-fro- the regular As soon as possible after the last of the Florence" .Lltzstein, aged 22, seriously in. the pit ofxny stomach. I called the doctor
Army were detailed by General Corbln to parade had passed the reviewing stand cut about face and head. again and he said I had catarrh of stomach;
assist in Its formation and management, the crowd entered the Liberal Arts build- Mrs. Henry Quass, aged 35, cut about gave me medicine but it did not do any good.
and the effect of their work was plainly ing, where the formal exercises of the head and body," injuries serious. I lost 23 pounds in three months. I then com-
manifest. The parade of today as a day were held. The assembly was called Harry Quass, aged 5 suffering from menced taking Dr. Pierce's medicines and ooa
began to feel better. I have taken six bottles of
pageant was not expected to. rival the to order by William H. Thompson, chair- shock. 'Golden Medical Discovery,' two of Favorite
great military spectacle of Thursday, but man of the committee on grounds and Mabel Quass, aged 3. suffering from Prescription and six vials of Dr. Pierce's' Pel-
in Its own sphere it was a feature that It buildings. He Introduced Rev. William shock and cut about body. lets. I have gained ten pounds. Can eat every-
"would be difficult to equal. R. Harper, of Chicago, who delivered a ' Mamie Gower, aged 15, suffering from thing."
In the Liberal Arts building the- exer- -
short Invocation, and then brought for- shock; eye blown out. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con-
cises., this afternoon took on at times a ward William A. Lindsay, who acted as
nHsflsss' ' " 3fBKjk Mrs. J. E. Miller, cut about head. stipation.
somewhat informal character. The prin- president of the day. Jacob Cohen, aged 13, badly cut about
cipal speakers were 'Governor Dockery, Mr. Lindsay spoke very briefly and then the body, ,
of Missouri, and Governor Odell, of New introduced Governor A. M. Dockery. of "BSSSM .BSSSSH
Harry Cohen,, aged. i badly cut about Alexander Smith Cochran, a favorite
York. Missouri, who extended the following ad- SSSBSSBSKBSSBBBSBSK the face and body. nephew, gets between $10,000,000 and
Cleveland departed for dress of welcome to the Governors of tho Ella Esterbrook,-age- 11, thrown against
"home this morning at 9 o'clock. Lleuten-ant-Gener- al states: furnace and Injured. Dharmapala, who represented Buddhists
Miles left at 11:35 for Chicago, Governor Dockery's Welcome. Lizzie Stern, aged S, cut by flying glass. at the Chicago World's Parliament of Bei
where he will spend some time before "The pleasing duty devolves upon me Mrs. Esterbrook, cut on forehead and HgIon3, has arrived in Chicago from San
going- to "Washington.
Tho diplomatic of extending a cordial greeting In be- bad cut on scalp. Francisco on an education mission for
Corps arranged this morning to start on B. Hollander, shoulder sprained, badly the benefit of the many millions of illit-
the return trip to Washington at 3 o'clock half of the people of Missouri to you, as bruised. erate natives of India. He wants benevo-
In the afternoon, and Its special train was the chief magistrates and representatives Mrs. L. Page, scalp and ears torn, badly lent Americans to start training schools
ready at that time. of sister states who come with kindly bruised. in his country.
In St. Louis Saturday Is observed as a messages and substantial evidence of the Willie Fortel. badly bruised.
seml-holld- by the majority of the busi- Nation's interest in this stupendous un- Augusta Wolff, thrown to pavement,
ness houses, and the multitudes of em dertaking. The work already completed face torn, t CHASED BALL IN HIS SLEEP
ployes, mingled with the throngs from and yet to be done could only be accom- Arthur Conway, aged 14, cut and bruised.
the 'residential sections of the city, were plished by a people known and respected President WHHnra R. Chicago. of Governor B. B. Odell, of Xew York. Governor Alexander 71. Dockery,
of Lilllo Althoff, bruised. Singular Adventure Taat Befell an
swelled by the masses of visitors, few as the incarnation of intelligent, en- the University of MIssoarfi.
Stella Hertzell, Daisy Foutz. Katie
oi wnom naa lert the city, ana this vast nobling enterprise. Fischer, Belle Griffith, all employed at Ashland Ballplayer.
assemblage, stretching on both sides of "The occasion which brings us together the torpedo factorj't were cut and bruised. ASHLAND, Or.. May 2. Arthur Carter,
Llndell boulevard, formed an avenue is tho precursor of the most marvelous The Thor Manufacturing Company Is en- eon of Major Carter, bruised hlmsely up
through which the caralcade advanted. exhibition the world has ever seen. The atlon for his entertainment. Such in- is timber land, and for whose withdrawal from Interfering with the business of the gaged In the manufacture of toy torpedo seriously during a nightmare Tues-
led by .a squadron of mounted police. Car- wealth, the ingenuity and the ability of vitation has not even been suggested on it was not the Intention to ask. The re- telegraph company, and this afternoon canes and other explosives. The com- quitenight at the family home down Heir day
riages containing tho visiting Governors all nations will contribute to this mag- side. maining fifty odd thousand acres it in- the local telegraph officials received in pany was In tho midst of its busiest man street! He imagined he was after a
nificent result. Everywhere during this either
ana accompanied by their staffs; aggre headquarters
gating 1S8 mounted men, swept ahead of pageant of entertainment have we seen sists Is actually desert land, and says that structions from the Eastern office. The
of the company to open the
and extra girls were being employed. fly ball and Jumped from a window, tak-
Jamaica Will Send Exhibit. whatever timber may be found thereon is j The force of the explosion was tremend- ing everthlng along with him then con-
evidence of the progress of this enter- -' as messengers ous, and windows within a radius of a tinuing his somnambulistic race thrqugn
ine procession and stopped at the review-
ing stand, where the Governors took their prise, so mlgnty In Its conception as to NEW YORK. May 2. The government of a character native to arid regions only. Western Union will not use the A, D. T. boys, whose organization Into quarter of a mile were broken. In a the blackberry patch at the end of which
Beats to await the passage of the narade. be astounding. Sites have been .assigned Is arranging to procure exhibits for the Inasmuch as the original report of Spe- a union and demands for recognition pre- on Orange street next to the fac- Imaginary baseball. His
The vehicles of the Governors were fol- to each state and foreign country, and St. Louis Fair, says a Kingston, Jamaica, cial Agent Green held the bulk of the cipitated the trouble, but will employ Its house lived Maurico Cohen, his wife and he nabbed the who sleeps with him, was
tory brother Clyde,
lowed by a line of 45 carriages containing the result already accomplished is spread dispatch to the Herald. People In all parts Oregon Development Company's Own messengers. eight children. With the collapse of the aroused and brought Arthur to the house
out before you In brilliant panorama. of the Island have been asked to assist, proposed The new city government goes into office house simultaneously with the explosion and put him back in bed.
the worlds Fair Commissioners from
states and foreign countries. These dis- There is no longer any question about and in all probability Jamaica will be withdrawal to be timber land, It Is prob- Monday. No further trouble Is antici- the woman and four children were caught Arthur Carter has been practicing for
tinguished guests also alighted at the re anything but the magnitude of tho suc- well represented. able the department may order a new pated by the telegraph officials. The Butte In the falling partitions and all were hor- two week3 with the local team preparing
viewing Btand. cessful undertaking. This has been examination or will at least refer the office Is said to be one of the ribly bruised. All were taken out uncon- for the season's games. He Is a new
At tho head of the civic parade rode matched only by the intelligent Pnrnprurty Asrrees to Take Pnrt. amended map to Mr. Green for further in the country, and the loss to the com- scious. Three of this family are dead. product In the baseball world and when
Colonel Eugene Spencer, grand marshal; of all the people, and to you. as NEW YORK. May 2. The government recommendation; The amended map has pany and the city has been heavy. The Are which caused the explosion orig- Captain Billy Hulen took charge of the
chief of Staff Colonel Edwin Baldorf, Adju- the representatives of sister states, I ex- of Paraguay has" accepted on Invitation not been received, but C. W. Idleman, of inated in a peculiar manner. The torpedo Ashland club last season and star players
tant-General H. T. Mott, and a com- tend most grateful .acknowledgment. to take part in the St. Louis Exposition, Portland, representing tho company, and Whltcs- Strike Against Xegroeir caps are filled In molds and there is con- were Imported Carter proved himself a
pany of 23 aides. The United States Ma- "Tho selection of our metropolitan city cables Ascundon correspondent or tne who SAN FRANCISCO. May 2. The color stant danger of some loose powder, sup- star of. the local product and was re
rine Band preceded the veterans' division, as the proper placo In which to hold this Herald.the Is now in Washington, rays It is on
may cause a strike at the Fulton Iron posed to be fulminate of mercury, drop tained, proving a match for the profes-
under the leadership of General John TV. exposition seems peculiarly fitting. Its the way. He hopes t6 have early action line Works. Fourteen white laborers were dis ping on the floor. For this reason the sional players and has a career before
"Noble, marshal. Three carriages of Mexi-
very name breathes the spirit of its from the" department, and Is confident charged because they refused to work girls and boys who are employed In the him.
can "War veterans led the array of old French ancestry, to whom we are so SMITH EXPLAINS ALL. that at least's, major portion of 'the land with two colored men. Foreman Coch- factory are compelled to remove strik- their The bone of one arm was cracked and
greatly indebted, and its geographical sit- while at work so as to avoid he was generally bruised up and scratch-- ,
soldiers, the others In the following order: uation is satisfactory. It Chances Made by Tulloch, Relnte to Included' in the amended map will bo rane was called upon, and the white shoes ing sparks. The explosion was due to ed as a result of his dream. Dr. W. W.
Veterans Head Parade. Is located at about the meridian point In withdrawn for reclamation under the men laid their grievance before him. The the frolicsome propensities of a new girl, Hicks
Two carriages of Naval "Veterans, a the length of the father of waters, tho War Emergency. Carey act. foreman decided to make a test case of administered
employed at the plant less worked with his patient for three hours.
company of "Naval Reserves, commanded upper half of this mighty stream bearing PHILADELPHIA, May 2. Former Post the matter, and stated positively that the who had been Some
by Ensign Gray; 130 United States Veter- colored men, so long as they did their than a week. of the girls had their
its burden of freight and passengers to master-Gener- Smith received a letter to work satisfactorily, would not be dis- shoes on at the lunch hour, and one play- Suit Against Salmon Trust e. Blind.
ans, and 350 United States service men. the city's gates, seemingly in proud ac- day from Postmaster-Gener- Payne call- IRRIGATION IX OICAXOGAX.
missed. The 14 white men thereupon laid fully shoved another. .As the girlspark slid
Six German verelns, gay with bright knowledgment of its greatness; while the ing attention to the charges made by Sec- a TRENTON, N. J.. May 2. The alleged
down their tools. The trouble Is being along the floor her- shoes struck the floor suit brought by the Colonial Trust Com-
colors, carrying hundreds of waving ban- lower half of this commanding waterway retary W. Tulloch, former cashier of the Large Addition to Area Withdraivn In rome loose powder. Instantly
ners, and with uniforms the colors of sweeps onward to the sea, carrying upon Washington Postoffice. Postmaster-Gener- for Reclamation. investigated. pany and Rudolph Pelffer against the
Other workmen may decldo to Join in a was ablaze. The flames were easily sub-
which included every shade that could Its bosom the products of the great val- Payne Invited Mr. Smith to make a OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash- dued by the firemen after the explosion, salmon trust, and whereby tha
lend beauty to the spectable, closed tho ley of the Mississippi. statement concerning matters mentioned ington, May 2. Secretary Hitchcock has demand for the discharge of a negro. as there was nothing left of the factory United StatesMcGovern Court appointed District
second division. Happy Coincidence. by Tulloch. Mr. Smith will do this, and enlarged the withdrawal of lands on tho but a pile of debris. The property loss purpose Thomas B. receiver for the
Ahead of the next detachment, which "To guard our shores, to make impreg- will probably send his reply to the Okanogan Rlveij Washington, whero ex- Laborers Want More Pay, Less Work. will not exceed $10,000. of winding up the business, was
was formed by the officials of the St. nable our Southern Uorder against as- early next week. In dis- SAN FRANCISCO,. May 2. About 500 not brought In good faith. Eugenia C.
Louis municipal departments, came 36 the matter today Mr. Smith aminations are being made with a view Griffith, executrix of the estate of Ed-
mounted police. Three hundred officers in sault and to enlarge the scope of our cussing charges made by Mr. Tullochsaid: to formulating a plan for Irrigating a laborers haveincrease of wages and short
"The are an
quit work to enforce a de-
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. ward J. Griffith, owner of $280,000 stock in
close ranks followed, and then in car- commerce and of liberty, was the . mand for
simply a of those brought by tract of something over 150,000 acres with er hours. The strike involves three of the association, yesterday filed a plea
riages the Mayor and. other leading off- thought of Thomas Jefferson and him aboutreiteration three years ago, and printed Nearly 500 tenants were evicted in the contesting the Jurisdiction of the Federal
icials of the municipality. Eight extrava- his compatriots when the purchase ter- at that time In full in the Washington the waters of the Okanogan River. In the largest contracting firms the contract- in this city
New York tenement district May L courts in the matter. Mrs. Griffith, who
gantly decorated floats, each one repre- ritory was added to the American Union. Post. They relate entirely to the Wash- addition to four townships withdrawn a and is dua to the refusal of
senting a different department of the city Fifteen millions of dollars represented ington City Postoffice, and were fully In- week ago. the department now wlthhods ors to concede the wages and hour agreed Fifty d Doukhobora are on a wants McGovern dismissed, alleges that
the bill of complaint by reason of which
administration, received great applause as the purchase price, and, by a happy co- vestigated at that time, as I recall It, from all entry save under the homestead upon at a conference between committees "search for Jesus," near Sasakatoon, N. Judge Kirkpatrlck named him, does not
they rolled past tho reviewing stand. incidence, which may not have been al- by the Controller of the Treasury De- act, townships 34, 35 and 36 north, range 25 representing the Builders and Contract W. T. contain facts sufficient for the appoint
The fourth division was made up by together accidental, 515.000,000 represented partment. All 'the vouchers for the Wash east, making the total withdrawal 161,230 ors' Association on one side and the C. M. Schwab has sold his Pittsburg
the various mercantile associations of St. the basic sum by which this exposition ington Postoffice, and I think he disallowed acres. Building Trades Council and tho Laborers' home to D. M. Clemson, of tho Carnegie versy of a establishedand it. She says tha
that no contro
Louis, and hundreds of her most promi- first became possible $5,000,000 contrib- accounts for one quarter, aggregated Protective Union on the other. Steel Company, for 4293,000. action for the receiver was concocted and
nent and Influential business men marched uted by the City of St. Louis, $5,000,000 only $952. The whole question was con- The engineers of tho Geological Survey The Illinois House yesterday killed the prepared In collusion and with the con
in the ranks. Every one of the commer- raised by popular subscription and 0
cerning from which appropriation tho aro now on the ground endeavoring to lo- ' May Avert Brevrery Strike. bill to legalize trading In puts and calls nivance of the trust company and salmon
cial exchanges was strongly represented, given by the National Government. money should have been taken to meet the cate a site for a storage reservoir and SEATTLE, May 2. State Labor Com- on the Chicago Board of Trade. trust to prevent the winding up of Its
600 men being In line. Six gorgeous tally-ho- s, Missouri has since appropriated $1,000,000, expenses. restraining dam and to determine the missioner William Blackman spent today The Merchants State Bank at Freeman, business and affairs later by the New Jer
containing members of the Stock that her resources may be fittingly ex-
"The only question, to the best of my best location of the distributing canals. in the city conferring with a committee S. D... was raided by robbers Friday night. sey Courts.
Exchange, were a distinctive feature. ploited, while your states have in turn recollection, that arose during my tenure Union and They secured about 13O0O and escaped.
liberally set apart amounts which will of office was regarding the manner of Their report can hardly be compiled until from tho
The fifth division was made up of 1700 the Brewers' Association regarding a. set- Mrs.- - Georgia Pratt has compromised her Ironworkers Demand Advance.
men and 00 cadets from the various edu- lend the' magnificence of their products making certain appointments. It was next Winter. tlement of the differences which have suit in Denver for a portion of the mil
cational institutions of St. Louis. Then to the scene. during the Spanish War. The attorney The lands Just withdrawn lie Immediate- PITTSBURG, May 2. Official announce
"Today closes the celebrations incident was away, and in order to forward mall ly west of the previous withdrawal and arisen between them cdncernlng wages. lions of the late Max Howard Kirshaw. ment of changes In the wage scale the
came rank after rank in seemingly end-
to the dedicatory exercises of the expo- Tonight he left for Olympla, and on Mon- J. Pierpont Morgan and Andrew Car- Amalgamated Association of Iron, of Steel
less procession, In all their gorgeous and to troops it was necessary to detail clerks immediately east of Conconully. day will return here, when, It is more negie arrived at Queenstown yesterday & Tinworkers at the convention at Co
various uniforms; the fraternal societies. sition, and in the hour of greeting wo from other offices. These were carried
are Te minded that soon we must port for on tho Washington payrolls. The situ- than probable, the whole matter will ba on "the "White Star liner Cedrlc from New lumbus was made today from the head
Division of Fraternal Bodies. a time. Tho panoply of war in the exhi- ation was an emergency; one that had to Buildings at Fort Worden. submitted to arbitration under the law York and proceeded to Liverpool. quarters In Pittsburg. The most Import
The sixth division was made up of the bition of our regular and citizen soldiery bo met- - passed by the last Legislature, and the John Firman. 25 years old, living at ant is in the boiling scale. The base re
Masonic organizations. OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash- threatened strike averted. N. J., has two hearts beating In mains the same and the rate also, until
has Joined with the pomp and pageantry "If my recollection is right, the Con- ington, May 2. A contract has been
The seventh included the Maccabees, of civil life. Civilian and soldier have troller of the Treasury asked me to ex- awarded to Andrew Stagerwold, of his own breast. He Is a fine specimen of bar Iron sells at 1.7 a pound, when tha
Knights of Pythias, members of the given the weight of their influence to plain these. It was done, and when the Port Carpenters' Strike May Spread. physical manhood and constantly enjoys Increases are 25 cents for each one-ten-
Loyal Legion, the 'Traveling Men's Pro- make more impressive the scenes attend- Townsend, Wash., for erecting a new PHILADELPHIA, May 2. Indications good health. cent advance In bar Iron prices. Instead of
tective Association, and the "Woodmen of emergency situation was made plain the barracks, two double sets
ant on this display, and will be equally matter was adjusted satisfactorily. Sub- of Lieutenants' today are that the strike of tha carpenters Carl F. Hagen, a young electrician of 12& cents, as- at present; The present
tho "World, whose uniform drill team from enthusiastic when the gates of the great sequently the matter was discussed In quarters and one staff in this" city will be widely extended by Vienna, fired three shots Into a congre- rate for puddling is $6.12, based on bar
Fort Scott, Kan., constantly performed exposition are formally opened. Months President McKlnley, and officers' quarters, at Fort Worden, Wash- Monday and workmen in many surround- gation of St. Stephen's Cathedral. The iron sales at 1.7 cents a pound, and under
intricate evolutions as they marched will pass before that event, but In the Cabinet with approved."
my course was ington, for $58,100. He .will also .do the ing districts will then becomeCarpenters third shot fatally Iswounded Professor the new scale are would be $6.25 a ton. But
steadily forward. an army of tho employed jvlli man made in the foot notes.
The eighth division was formed by the
perfect the fecheme which in its full frui- electric wiring. R. Dalzlel, of San Fran- Officials of the all subordinate unions in Garveck. The States .Mortgage & Trust few changes
Brotherhood of Insane.
Catholic Society of America, 40 branches, Inquiry Lonfr Drctrn Out. cisco, does the plumbing and Harris. & have notified The United
tion will- herald abroad the triumph of
this Jurisdiction that no member will he Company, of New York, yesterday served Xegro Mnrderers to Be Lynched.
and 35Q men participating. this 'wonderful exposition." WASHINGTON, May 2. Postmaster-Gener- al of Camden, N. J., the heating in allowed to work Philadelphia con- notice upon the clearing-hous- e
Various uniformed Catholic societies, VICKBBURG, Miss., May 2. William Hf
numbering SOO men, formed the ninth di-
At the conclusion of Governor Dockery's Payne said today that it would tho new building's. tractor "until such contractor has agreed to its intention to discontinue connection Legg, a planter, was assassinated by ne-
address. Governor Odell. of New York, require at least a month to bring the In- the Philadelphia union's demand for B0 with the clearing-hous- e on May 1L groes at an early hour this morning. Bob
vision. The athletic forms of the German responded in the following terms: vestigation oMhe affairs of the Postoffice cents per hour. A bell cast by Paul Revere, that had Bryant, a former tenant on the Legg
Turners were seen in the tenth division. Department to a close. To Inspect Baker City Sites.
Fifteen hundred sinewy athletes marched Governor Odell Responds. OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU Wash been in constant use since its making is place, confessed to the- posse that cap- -
"Capital and labor are the great ele Building Trades All Strike. being recast at Troy, N. Y. The Leo him. Implicating another negro
shoulder to shoulder in a manner that MUST REPAY SUGAR TAX ington, May 2. A special agent of the minster Congregational Church, in the tured Morrison. Morrison was captured
would have, done credit to any military ments upon which the prosperity and hap Treasury JJ)epartment has been sent to ELMERA, N. TM May 2. Five, hundred belfry named
of which it hung, was burned a late this afternoon. Both will be lynched.
piness of our people rest, and when, with Building
Next, ,ln tha 11th division, came COO men Government Loses Salt Which.' In- inspect the several ' sites offered for the workmen affiliated on strikethe recogni- short time ago.
Council are for
therefore, aggregations of one are met by public building at Baker City, Or-- He will Trades their unions by the employers,
In the gray of Uncle SamTs postal, serv- volves Over ?l,0O0,0O0. tion of The. application of William N. Amory Ten cents worth of satisfaction 5c.for 5c
combinations of the other it should be day. for a writ for H. H. Vreeland, president Opla a Havana-fille- d cigar for '
ice. The carriers being given the right of the aim of all to prevent the clashing NEWARK, N. J.. May 2. Judge An- arrive within the new two weeks. increase in wages, and an eight-ho-
Metropolitan Street Rallwav. to
the line, showed to great advantage and of these great Interests. drew Kirkpatrlck, in the United States Those on strike include nearly all the car- of thecause why he should not be prose-
received much commendation for their "There is always a mean between those Circuit Court today, filed an opinion in REPULSED AT ALTAR. penters, masons, bricklayers, plasterers,
appearance and manner of marching. who seek only a fair recompense and re the suit of the American Sugar Refining painters, decorators and cuted for criminal libel, was dismissed
The 12th division was made up of 400 turn for that which they produce, and Company against W. D. Rutt and H. C. sheet metalworkers in the city. The con- yesterday In New York.
representatives of the "Western Amateur those who seek undue advantages for the Herrold. Collectors of Internal Revenue Marriage of Divorced Man Refused tractors will make an effort to secure men Two negro stable boys and 32 valuable
Bowing Association., In line with them few at the expense of the many. The for the New Jersey district. Theas refinery by Episcopal Minister. to complete contracts on hand. horses were burned to death In a Are
were six lavishly decorated, floats that re-
ceived great applause as they passed :
laws which have been enacted, if properly sued to recover $200,000 collected
executed, are sufficient in their force and tax during the operations of the act of
HARTFORD. Conn.. May 2. With the Colorado Mia era' Strike OsT.
which destroyed tho stable on W. Gould
Brokaw'a estate near Great' Neck. L. I.. Tired Feeling
along. effect to encourage the one and to punish June 14. 1S99. Theassessed, claimed the bridal partyfilled with-
plaintiff approaching the chancel and yesterday. The financial loss will amount
DENVER, May 2. A special to the Re- to between $10,000 and 550,000. Is a Common Spring Trouble.
Cowboys on, Bronchos. the other, hut in our condemnation let us tax was illegally the material the church fashionable' people.
publican from Lafayette, Colo., says the
The next division was perhaps the most not forget that with the expansion that taxed not being subject to taxation under the Rev. Dr. James J. .Goodwin, of Christ coal mines of the Northern Colorado dis-
Judge Kirkpatrlck decided In Episcopal Church, .refused
Joseph Brown, who attacked and fatal It's a sign that the blood is deficient
unique of any In the parade. It was has come to our country, an expansion the law. the trict, which were closed down yesterday ly wounded Mrs. John Ellis, an aged
formed by the men from Indian Territory of our business relations is also necessary. favor of the refinery and the tax collect- ceremony .and dismissed the guests, be- on account of the demand of the miners woman, at Dearborn,.MIch., Friday morn In vitality, just as pimples and other
and Oklahoma. The 'Frisco System Cow- If we are to hold our own among the ed will have to be refunded. Other com- cause, in reading the marriage license, be for an eight-ho- day, will be reopened lng. was found the same night at Wood eruptions are signs that the blood
boy Band, clad in characteristic costumes, world's producers we should encourage panies have similar more pending for found the bridegroom had been- - divorced Monday pending further negotiations. mere, Mich. He had been arrested at that
led the division, and behind them came and not hinder those who by their ener amounts aggregating than $1,000,000. ten years previously. T.he wedding was to This decision was reached by a referen- place for snatching a pocket-boo- is impure.
CO cowboys, 40 Indians and 400 additional gy. their capital and their labor have have been that of A. Lincoln Chase, man dum vote of the unions. About 2000 men High license went into effect in New It's a warning, too, which only th"
representatives of tho two territories. As banded together for tho purpose of meet Sfeely's Money in the Treasury. ager of the department store here, and are Involved. York May 1, and as a result 71S hotels
they rode along the cowboys and Indians ing these new conditions problems which WASHINGTON. May 2. The Postmaster-Ge- MIbs Gladys A. G,iGeer, .daughter of one and saloonkeepers in Manhattan and the hazardous fail to heed.
gave exhibitions of daring horsemanship our individual efforts alone cannot solve. neral has turned over to the Treas- of the oldest: residents-o- i naruopo. Bronx will go. In Brooklyn there was
which rivaled anything seen in any cir-
cus. The delight of the spectators was
but which require the concentrated force ury of the United States for safekeeping
and genius of both capital and labor.
"Friends, the wedding has been, post- Fx&ser River Fishermen May Strike. a falling off of 123 In the applications for
the money found in the possession of poned," was the only explanation Dr
VANCOUVER, B. C, May - licenses, compared with last year. The
extreme, and the passage of the division will always follow perseverance and C. F. W. Neely at the time of his arrest Goodwta-.made- . to the assembly. for an. amicable settlement "Between receipts for licenses are greater by $2,915- ,-
was a continuous ovation. cenlus. in connection with the Cuban postal Later he said:. "Theaws of .the'EpIs- - fishermen and salmon canners regarding 067 than last year In the three boroughs,
Sixteen hundred colored men came "Tho question of adjusting and har- , conal Church forbid me to marry a dl the price of fish this season Is "not good. Mrs. Emma Wallace, a wealthy reeldent Remove it, give ne-- life, new coht-eg-e,
marching in solid ranks, composing tho monizing the relations of capital and labor frauds. vorced person. I did not know the', cir- The offer for the season's work made, by of WUkesbarre. Pa., who disappeared
14th division, and they were given an en- Is the problem before us today, and is one cumstances until I read the license while the canners were considered by the Fish- from her home soon after the death of strength and animation.
thusiastic reception. which will become more urgent in the ru Dewey Returns to Washington. 'afternoon and were
The men who have made the fair as it tore. Its solution must he along those I w&sl lh the Church ready to perform the ermen's, Union ..'this, on the Fraser River her husband by her five months ago, as a
WASHINGTON, May 2. Admiral Dewey ceremony. am very sorry to' have caused referred. A" strike
has They cleanse the blood and. clear the
stands, a glorious promise of what it Is I been found
lines of constitutional right which every and the members of the general "board kthe party any' embarrassment, hut l'could will certainly occur unless the differences Bervant In the home or a resident in New complexion.
to lie, came marching next. All depart- citizen has been guaranteed. Every man who accompanied him to the Southern are adjusted before July. ark. N. J. Although Mrs. Wallace recog Accept no substitute.
ments were represented, from President is entitled in the prosecution of his work drill .grounds on the naval yacht May- not act otherwise." nized her daughter, she remembered noth-
Francis and "Director of "Works Taylor, to the broadest possible liberty of action flower, to Inspect the North Atlantic Miss K3eer ,nnd Mr. Chase, after leaving 'More Mills Idle at Spokane.
ing of her home or life hefore she came UI felt tired all the time and cookl sot
who came first In a Victoria, to the han- and the protection of law, of that law fleet, returned to this city this afternoon. tho church, were driven to the home of SPOKANE, May 2. The Engineers to Newart. sleep. After taking Hood's SarsapariB
dlers of shovels and pushers of wheel- which is the outgrowth of necessity and the Rev. H. H. Kelsey and were married.
barrows who filled the ranks in the rear. which seeks to encourage and not to sup- Hepharn's Union called out Its men from the lum- Each of five nephews and nlece3 of a 'while I could sleep well and the tired
First behind tho general officers of the press. Such recognition can always be Son-ln-L-
Provided For. ber mills of the city today in sympathy Warren B. Smith, American traveler, who feeling had .gone. This gret medicine bu
exposition came the designers and secured if there is responsibility of gov WASHINGTON, May 2. Warren F. WILL REPRIMAND HAD D EX. with the Btriko of millworkers. As a re- died a month ago in Algeria, get $1,000,000, also cured ine of scrofula." M&s. C' X.
draughtsmen, 200 strong, and SOO engineers ernment to have it Thummell, of New York, was today ap- In. Amerlea Preaeher Wke Married sult two plants are reported .closed, but of his estate valued at 32,9O0,0CO According Root, Gllead, Conn.
closed the division. "The greatest solvent for political here- pointed a raezaber of the Board of General may reeurae Monday. The Lumber to a wfll filed la White Plains, x. Y., 2
The construction forces of the exposi- sies, for doctrines which are "antagonistic Appraisers, at Now York. Mr. Thummell Vanderbllt Weald Be Saspeaded. Handlers Union may' decide to walk ut the estate Is divided ambng h'l3' 'sister. Hood's SarsapariHa promiMC,
tion formed the 16th division. One hun-
dred contractors, filling 25 carriages, cams
to popular government is education. To is a
I the educated mind thera comes a concep 'Of Iowa--
of Representative Hepburn, NEW lORK, May Z Bishop Frederick next week. No alca of arbitrattoa has nephews and nieces, cousins, charitable cure and
Burgess, of Lonr Island Episcopal dlo- - yet appeared. institutions, eerrcnts and old employes: kp th prmiM.