THE MOSSINg QREGONIAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1901.
HE HITS AT BRYAN
J. W. Mayes; Goldendale,- H. B. Blworthy ;
Grass Valley, T. G. Stull; Heppner, H.
L. Beightol; Hood River, W. C. Evans;
Klona, A. N. Sanford; Mora, John Evans;
North Yakima, A. H. Henry; Olex, J". W.
WAGE EARNERS IN LINE "Washington, will be harbors and rivers In NO
or so in inspecting
busy tho next month
Washington for data on which to base
the next session of Congress. Senator
old was "brought to Canada.. In 1S52 he
crossed- the plains, coming to Oregon, and
settled In Clatskanie in 1S6S.
It is notable that in the despondency
Atkinson; Pendleton, R Warner; LABOR DAY CELEBRATIONS IN Foster will work for the, joint appro- Mrs. Nancy Stewart. caused by womanly diseases, there seema
L. R. Rufus; Wilbur, R. A. Ann-stron- g.
priation for Washington and Oregon for COTTAGE GROVE, Or., Sept 5. (Spe- to many ,& suffering woman no way of
Dr. J. L Hill, Populist, IssuesSpokane District U. F. Hak, presiding
the Columbia River, Which will be inde-
pendent of $5,000,000 he hopes to secure for Grave Problem Faces Stock-
cial.) Mrs, Nancy Stewart, aged 72 years,
died yesterday and was buried today.
escape irom pain except at the price of
elder: Coeur d'Alene, J. P. Barker; f, Col-fo-
this state. He wants to get $60,000 for With her husband, E. D. Stewart, who life itself. It would be sad to record
an Appeal. Wilmot G. Whitfield; Elberton, H. M; improvement at Vancouver, Wash., and men in Willamette Valley. died, many years ago, they .crossed the such a story of struggle and suffering ex
Mbbbs; Garfield, A. L. Hawley; Harrison, Parades Were the Principal Features lesser amounts toward the opening of the plains In 1S50 and settled in this vicinity. cept ior tne iocx
T. G. Hodson; Oakesdale, F. R. Spauld-ln- g;
of the Programmes Speechmak-- s Snake and Fend d'Oreille Rivers, as well One son, Bake Stewart and two brothers, that in such dire
Pleasant Prairie, G. W. SIckafoose; as the Upper Columbia, - near Wenatchee. D' Gand James McFarland, are living distress many a
Rathdrum, J. H. Martin; Rockford, C. T. Ing and Sports Fill In "the Day. Ho wants $500,000 for immediate Im- here. Three sisters, Mrs. Yarnell, of Mo- woman has
WANTS TO NAME Cook; St Marys, R. Galley; Spokane, provements to" Gray's Harbor and $2,000,000 hawk, Mrs. McCarty and Mrs. Under- found a way
TICKET First Church, H. L Rasmus; Hillyard, F. for a later expenditure at Wlllapa Har- SOME ANIMALS MAY STARVE wood, of Boise, survive her.
E. Koontz; Jefferson, W. H. Fry; Union. bor, Tacoma Harbor, Seattle Harbor,
back to health
Park, M. R. Brown; Vincent, H. D. Kim- BAKER CITY, Or., Sept 5. (Special.) and happiness
Harbor, and other Sound Harbors LARGE FIRE AT CHEHALIS. by the use of Dr.
ball; Moran, S. C. Kirkman; Tekoa arid Labor day was appropriately observed will receive attention In the way of Im-
Farmlngton, W. H. Henderson; Wallace, here today. The various labor organiza- provements, In case the necessary appro- Pierce's Favor-
Calls the Nebraskan a "Wolf In J. L. Carpenter; Wardner, Charles Elrey. tions joined in the celebration. There was priations can be secured,. Drouth Cut Short Supply of Hay and Condensing Milk Plant Damaged to ite Prescription.
Sheep's Clothing," and Asks The Dalles District G. M. Booth, pre-
siding elder; Antelope, J. K. Craig; Ar-
a parade in the morning, participated in OatsStraw Will Be Fed in the Extent of 360,000. The one and
by the labor organizations. A number of CHEMAWA'S only remedy for
Support for Thomas lington, W. J. Baldwin; Bickleton, S. E. handsome floats were special features of SUCCESSFUL YEAR , Many Sections No De- CHEHALIS, Wash., Sept 5. The plant
E. Watson. Hornibrook; Belmont, Hf C. Clark; Cas- the street parade. The formal exercises of the International lencorrh ea,
cade Locks, F. L. Johns; Centerville, were held at Rust's Grove. Addresses Buildings Have Become Too Small to
mand for Beef. I Company was destroyed by fire of un- female weak
L. DIHInger; Gle Elum, F. H. Walker; were delivered by Rev. Mr. Secor, of the known origin, which broke out soon after ness, prolapsus, m n
Hold All the Pupils. . midnight The boiler-hous- or falling of the
Prinevllle, W. P. Jinnett; Prober, W. C. Baptist Church: Judge A. L. Curry And boilers,
Smith; Richmond, A. S. Lenz; Spauldlng, Colonel Emmett Callahan. Colonel Calla- CHEMAWA, Or., Sept 5. Superin- water-tan- k and office were saved. The womb, co abso
tendent T. W., Potter has completed his company has $39,000 insurance with one lutely specific and sure in curing these
ALBANY, Or., Sept.. 5. (Special.) Dr. W. Sexton: Sunnyslde, J. B. Hoadley; The han was the prator of the day. SALEM. Sept 5. (Special.) agency,
Dalles, Walton Skipworth;- Wasco, P. After the exercises at the grove in the tenth annual report for the ChemawA In- will be. hundreds of Willamette "There another and is Isthought has more with common ailments of 'women, as to war-
J. ll Hill, a n
Populist, active Chandler;
in recent campaigns for many year? .as Murphy.
West Kittitas,- Rev. Mr.
- morning the day was given over to eports dian School and submitted it to the "Com- Valley
missioner of Indian Affairs at Washing- farmers with cattle this' Winter, and, with loss, which Is between $60,000 and $70,000.
but it insufficient to cover the rant its makera in offering to pay, as
and games of all kinds. About 300 people ton. The year they herebv do, the sum of $500 reward
writer, speaker, candidate and worker in Walla Walla DistrlctC. E. Gibson, pre- participated in the delebratlon. All places just passed has been the not enough feed for them," said J. K. President Barto lives In Tacoma. Secre- fcra case of the above maladies which
the party, has Issued the following: "Ap- siding elder: Albion, J. O. Lawrence; of business were closed during the day. most successful In the history of the absurd of McCoy, today. "It would seem tary Bartlett, company
to say that livestock in the Wil- night. The
the manager, 13 there to-
they cannot cure.
school, the enrollment reaching a total was organized a
peal to the Old Line Populists of Ore- Adams, William Spoor? Asotin, J. S. of 878. The average attendance was 572. lamette Valley will starve, this Winter year and a naif ago by Tacoma capital-
Anderson; Athena, J. E. Williams; Picnic at La Grande.
- "Your medicine alraost raised ne from the
Col-to- n, .
gon':" Rev. Mr. Davis; Dayton, W. E. Arm-fiel- The greater the attendance, the larger uecause oi xne scarcity oi ieea, duc j. i ists, ana nas recently been condensing t u"u. wntcsairs. .tawin n. uaruaer.ot
The precarious position of a political party Grangevllle, T. H. Fertig; Huntsvllle, LA GRANDE, Or., Sept 5. (Special.) the appropriation by Congress for sup- shall not be surprised If many cattlo to 11,000 pounds of milk daily About
dleH-10.00- 0 I m0?t,h urine wa?
that has bcon botrayed by unprincipled s,
J. Lecornu; Lewlston, J. R. Gregory; Mil- Labor day was quietly observed in La port and improvements. this Winter of starvation. The farmers farmers sunolled milk.
- - a
" auui u uraKKinK iccunK u Ecemea l couia not
and throttled in Its own domicile by ton, J. J. McAlHster; Moscow, W. T. Eus-te- r; Grande today, and outside of a big picnic During the past year "Mitchell Hall," have more cattle than they want, there I of $3000 was paid. monthly for milk. ..'
do my house work. One day I found a little
its supposed friends, has humiliated the Nez Perce, R. D. Osterhout; Palouse, by the stonemasons and bricklayers in the a $25,000 brick dormitory for the boys, Is no market for them and the hay and Twenty hands were employed In the book. 1 read It and wrote to Dr. Pierce, and ii
faithful of Its cohorts to a degree that re- D. W. Raines; Pomeroy, C D. Sanderson; grove there was nothing doing. A. N. was completed, an exact copy of the girls' grain crops were soshort there Is not plant a few days received an answer. I decided to try
conciliation is only possible by again arising Prescott and Starbuck, Charles B. Mc Mayville delivered the opening address, dormitory, built the year before. The two feed enough." f his medicine, and y 1 am a well woman. I
have no backache, no headache, no pain, at all.
from their lethargy and unsheathing their Caughey; Pullman, G. Sykes; Waitsburg, and several hundred La Grande people dormitories are among the finest in the This statement, made by Mr. Sears, wa3 Lane County Wheat Crop Good.
rusty blades to assert their rights as men M. H. Marvin; Walla Walla, First were In attendance. This evening the peo- entire Indian service. Appropriations repeated to a n wholesale
I used alwaysperiod
to have headaches previously to
EUGENE, Or., Sept P. (Special.) the monthly and such pain that I would
among men. Church, Henry Brown; Wilbur Memorial, ple celebrated the event of the county havo been made for a $15,000 hospital butcher, and his comment was: roll on the floor in agony. Itook three bottles
Tho Populist party, once the second party R. J. Reid; Walla Walla Circuit, A. H. seat removal to La Grando with flre- -' building, $5000 for employes' quarters-an-
"Mr. Sears has stated the situation just Millmen report that the wheat crop in of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and three
In this state, was deceived and cajoled into Miller. works and a torchlight procession. $9500 for two barns. Plans for these about as it is. The outlook Is very bad Lane was anticipated andout much better
County has turned of Golden Medical Discovery and three vials
of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, and was com-
a union with Democrats under the false im- buildinca ftrft Vwlnir nronnrofl nnrt tli Su for the farmer with beef cattle, and with than that they will pletely cured."
pression that the latter were honest la their perintendent expresses the hope that they' feed as scarce as It is now, stock will bo receive considerable more than half a
representations of friendship. Bryan was "WITHDRAWS ITS HOLDINGS. International Affair at Seattle. wm De unaer roor oerore tne rainy sea- in pretty poor condition, this Winter. The normal amount for storage. Most of the Accept no substitute for " Favorite Pre- -
put to the front as a bait to. capture Popu- SEATTLE, Sept. 5. The observance of son. . Owing to the rapid growth of farmer can't sell his cattle and there farmers aro selling at about 80 cents per i SCnption." There is nothing just as good.
lists and drag them down to political death Alaska Packers' Association Tempo- Labor Day in Seattle today was. marked school under Superintendent Potter, the won't be feed enough for them unless it uuauci, ou uicii rcccipus will uo uuuul uie Dr. Pierce's Common Sen?f Miml
and dishonor In a Democratic net. The by one of the largest and most elaborate Assembly Hall, built a few years ago, the Is shipped in. The price of feed Is high same a3 in former years, though their
Is Adviser sent free on receipt of stamps
promises of good faith and fair dealing made rarily Out of the Market. International demonstrations ever held now too small to hold all pupils during and the price of cattle low. It won't pay crop is light to cover espense of mailing only. Send
by Mr. Bryan, In his eloquent appeals for a AST6RIA, Or., Sept. 5. (Special.) on Puget Sound. The labor organizations tho Winter, when the attendance is at its to ship the cattle out of the Valley to ai one-ce- nt
stamps for the book in paper
united effort against Clcvelandlsm, addled Thera has, been quite a change in tho of British Columbia and Western Wash- highest and the Superintendent asks Winter them. If farmers buy feed to Bankers Off for Convention.
thousands of honest Populists who could conditions of the Alaska salmon market, ington united in one celebration here. the department appropriate $18,000 forthat Winter their cattle they must do so at a SEATTLE,
covers ; or 31 stamps for the cloth bound
In the afternoon representatives of the assembly hall large enough to seat the loss. I wouldn't like to say that cattle Washington Sept. 5. (Special.) Eight volume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf-tal-
sot be Induced to suspect the most fluent and what it portends those directly in- o,
orator of modern times of being a second terested in the Industry cannot tell. After various unions, to the number of 4000, whole school and to will starve in the Willamette Valley, but and tomorrow bankers are leaving today N. Y.
Benedict Arnold. disposing of about 230,000 cases of red participated in a parade nealy two miles and special exercises. hold the religious well, Mr. Sears "Is not far from right." for New York to attend the
in length. This unfortunate situation arises from National gathering of financiers.
Not until after the nomination of Parker, salmon at its opening price of $1.10 per .In the report a recommendation Is made passenger trains out of Seattle to-
and bis Indorsement by Bryan could the dozen, the Alaska Packers' Association that the Government purchase 160 acres two .causes, an oversupply of beef cattle day carried nearly 500 excursionists on
majority of Populists be convinced that has suddenly withdrawn its holdings Astoria Unions Give Dance. immediately adjoining the school land for and an unprecedented shortage of feed. the cheap
Bryan was a wolf in sheep's clothing. from the market It refuses to sell more agricultural and dairying purposes. The Hay Is now selling at $11 to $12 a ton. or St 'Louis tickets.
Now that the Democratic party has in- at that price, but has fixed no new fig- ASTORIA, Or., Sept 5. (Special.) land now used by the school is. almost all about 30 per cent higher than usual. The
sulted the entire Populist contingent by the ures. The demand at the association's There was no formal observance of Labor under cultivation, and more is needed. oats crop was but a small part of what Is Mrs. John Minto Dangerously III.
nomination of Parker, "at the dictation of opening prices continues strong and con- Day here, other than the mills and stores The industrial usually harvested In SALEM, Or., Sept. 5. (Special.) Mrs, Easy to take and easy to act is
were closed and business In many lines at Chemawa has been tho the past year many farmers are nowthe
work during Valley, and
Cleveland and Hill, Populists feel that the siderable is being sold by the Independent best in the buying for their John Minto is suffering from a severe
time for a parting of tho roads has ar- companies; in fact the majority of them Was suspended during the afternoon. The history of the
only celebration by the unions was a awa has been school. high on For years Chem- horses. Pasturage has been very poor attack of pneumonia and the attending
that famous littlepill DcWitt's
Little Early Risers. This is due to a.
rived. could dispose of their entire packs at account of all Summer, and unless there are early physician. Dr. J. A. Richardson, says
Populists will not vote for Parker, and to once if they so desired. An officer of one dance given this-eveni- ng
by the Central the practical ranked of
nature rains there will not be much grass thls there is no hope of 'her recovery. the fact that they tonic the liver in- - 1"
be forced to vote for Boosevelt or be dis- of the Independent companies, in discuss- Labor Council. The proceeds from Jt are courses. The literary work its Industrial Fall before cold weather stops its growth.
has also been stead of purging it. 1 hey never gripe
franchised is nelthed fair or specially enter- ing the situation, today said: to be sent to the aid of the striking successful during Three or four years ago Eastern buyera Idaho Woman Drowned In the East.
taining. In this state, at one time, there miners in Colorado. the past year, the nor sicken, not even the most delicate
"While the demand Is unusually strong, course of study laid out by Miss Estelle were scouring the Valley for beef cattle
wore almostxas many again Populists as It Is extremely "difficult to Reel, National Superintendent of Indian to be shipped out, arid 3& cents a pound Dlggle CLARENDON, Ark.. Sept 5. John D. . lady, and yet they are so certain in
there were Democrats, and there is .not a price after It has once been fixed, and advance the and Miss Mamie Johnson, of results that no one who uses them is
Miners on the March. , Schools, Ing followed, with good re- Avas freely paid for all that could be se- Stuttgart,
valid reason why that majority should not probably quite a portion of the packs BUTTE, Mont, SepC 5. Between 8000 sults. The most novel and the most suc- cured. The good prices and ready mar-
and Mrs. Letta Vasgein, of disappointed. They cure torpid fiver,
increase by desertions from. Democratic will be sold in the. near future at Mullan, Idaho, were drowned in White
ranks by those who aro Indisposed to be $L10 per dozen. Undoubtedly an about and 10,000 union men marched here today. cessful part of the schoolroom work was ket stimulated the .raising of beet cattle, River while boating in a gasoline launch. constipation, biliousness, jaundice,
driven under party lash back to the sup- advance Addresses by union leaders were delivered the gardens back of the schoouhouse. and now It Is said by men In the cattle headache, malaria and ward off pneu-
port, of Clcvelandlsm and another panic. to $1.20 will be made in" the early Spring, at noon on. the Mardi Gras grounds. All Each schoolroom was allotted n. nlnr nf business that there are two or three times Elected Teacher in Salem School.
provided, of' course, conditions do not
Populists now have an opportunity to vote change materially the mines, mills and smelters were closed, ground, which the class was expected to as many beef cattle in the Valley as there monia and fevers.
for one of their own kind. Thomas E. Wat- hold salmon until in the time Is very ex-
meantime, but to only the watchmen and stokers being at iarm. Tne pride taken by the children were three or four years ago. At the SALEM, Or., Sept 5. (Special.) Miss PREPARED OMLV SY
son, the great criminal lawyer and author, pensive. that work. The unions of the city fined every iiuthis work was remarkable. same time the price has dropped to 2 Bessie Shepard, of Pendleton, has been E. C. DeWITT & CO., CHICAGO
The cost for insurance, interest member who did not march $2. Music at Chemawa has been conducted cents here, with a very limited demand elected teacher In the Salem High School,
of Georgia, has been nominated by a Popu- storage amounts to about one and by Mrs; W. P. Campbell, assisted by Miss even at "that figure.) Valley butchera buy to fill the vacancy caused by the resigna- Don't Forget the Hame.
list convention, and If the Populists of Ore- and cents per dozen euch month.
one-ha- lf Pohse, during the past year. The school what they can use and pay the price men- tion of Miss Maud Davis. &
gon will wake up to the situation, call a con-
In Tacoma Joined Seattle has no regular music teacher, these la- tioned, but there are no buyers for ship-
vention and nominate four electors before per- six months that will total nine cents
dozen, or nearly equal to the pros-
- TACOMA, Wash., Sept 5. Labor jay dies having to do the work In addition to ment, so the farmers find no market.
the time expires, which will be but a lew
weeks, they can free themselves from the pective advance In price. Another thing
bondage of treachery and deception they that is making the packers cautious about
were led into by selected fuglemen of Parker holding their packs too long, is the fact
was generally observed as a holiday here, their regular duties. Mr. Potter states Compelled to keep their cattle, though WILL NOT ALLOW BULL
but there was no demonstration, most of that when tho department abolished the they have not feed enough to carry them
the Tacoma unions Joining In the cele- position of music teacher at Chemawa It through the Winter, Is the situation that
Governor Orders St. Louis County Au-
EIGHTS j jf3 fjl a 1
ssi as e ni ss m
Bryan has declared for that next year is the time when big runs
bration at Seattle." Large excursion par- did not treat the school right He praises confronts them.
and Cleveland. are ties went by steamer and electric cars to the work done by Mrs. Campbell, but de- The fanners realize the gravity of the thorities to Act. S. G. SKHjMOEE,
Parker and Clevelandism, and promised the of expected in Alaska and in the face take part in the Industrial parade. clares that there should be a music teach- feed problem and are doing their best
leaders that he would press down upon the are that, none of the smaller concerns .151 Third Street, Portland.
brow of Populism With a "cross of gold and anxious to be caught with any largo er appointed. "The Idea," says the re- to solve it
No strawstacks will be JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Sept. 5.
a crown of thorns." holdings unsold. I anticipate that ' the Parade and Speech at Walla Walla. port, "that pupils cannot bo taught music burned this Fall, but the straw will be Governor Dockery today directed the
packs of all the Independent companies and also wash clothes, cook beefsteak used for feed as far as possible. Straw
It was not Bryan Populists were following, WALLA WALLA, Wash., Sept 5. La- and bake Sheriff aifd prosecuting authorities of St.
or will follow. It was the principles they will year."
believed he was honestly expounding.
It is conceded" he was not honest.
be disposed of before the first of bor day was observed here by a large pa- incorrect." bread all at the same time is Winter,will hardly keep stock through the Louis County to stop the bullfights,
rade at 10 o'clock, led by the band. Sev- past year has school very during the ration ofbut it will suffice if fed with a
eral pretty .floats were in the line. George Over been successful. grain. Probably no stock will which, according to the management's an-
I have been aeked. by many whether a MILL FIRE AT DAWSON. H. Goebel, of New Jersey, addressed 2000 school half of Roman children .the In the be left absolutely without feed, but ow- nouncement are to be held dally hereafter The Great Chinese Doctor
are Catholic. The ing to the scarcity It Is feared that some
convention would not be called. I 'now an-
swer: The time is auspicious and I believe
people. Sports at the racetrack were held weekly "sociables'"
In the afternoon.' at Chemawa are a farmers wjll let their stock get so thin until the close of the expressed Fair.
Is called great because
Populists may safely begin o unfurl their
Plant Owned by North American distinctive feature of the school. Super- they will die from disease or exposure. at Sheriff Henckon's failure to prevent
h!t wonderful" cures
are scr well knjivn
sails to catch the breeze of Justice and party Trading CompanyDestroyed. intendent Potter states that more can be Sunday's exhibition. throughout the United
Large Parade at Spokane. accomplished If the pupils and employes WHITE TAKES EXCEPTION. States and because bi
liberty In Oregon, as they are doln,? n au SEATTLE, Sept 5. A special to the "Bullfights are contrary to the laws of
the. other states. Electors have been chosen SPOKANE, Wash., Sept 5. The largest are kept from becoming homesick. Missouri," said the
many people are thank-
from Dawson, ' Y. T., Labor day parade seen In this city for five 600 slight idea of what it takes to feed Did Not Refuse, When District At- der no circumstances Governor, "and tole-
A un- ful to him for savins;
In manyv states farther east and enthusiasm says: will they be their Uvea from
is said to be at a high pitch for permanent years took place this morning, the" line Indians may be obtained from the
The Klondike City Sawmill, owned by being about 25 blocks long, taking 45 min- statement in tho report that last year torney, to Prosecute Gamblers. rated."
rehabilitation of the party. the North American Trading &- - Trans- utes to pass a given point Exercises 3500 gallons of fruit were put up for the OPERATIONS
When Populists get in tho saddle again portation Company, was completely
they will not be fused out. Those who stroyed by fire this morning. The lossde- were held at Natatorlum Park this after- children. The report closes with an ex- Hon. Sam CITY, Or., Sept. 5. (Special.)
BAKER French Ambassador Arrives. He treats any and a!
is pression of thanks to W. P. Campbell, White takes exception to the ST. LOUIS. Sept. 5. M.
were honestly deceived with fusion will not $C.000, with no insurance. Tho flames
noon. statement "contained In the Interview with Ambassador Extraordinary Alfred Picard,
Assistant Superintendent, and the other Sheriff Brown, of this county, published of the French
diseases with powerful
Chinese herbs, roots,
be hoodwinked again. spread so rapidly that It was with the employes for the work done In the past Republic buds, bark and vegeta-
Prepare for war now and remain in line greatest difficulty that the fire was pre- Work Suspended at Salem. year. This is the last report Superintend- in The Sunday Oregonian, wherein Mr. position, to the Louisiana Purchase Ex- bles, that are entirely
arrived in St. Louis today on a to medical
SALEM, Or.. Sept 5. (Special.)" Labor ent Potter will submit from Chemawa. Brown says: "The agitation was started special train from New York. He
lor the state election two years hence. vented from spreading to the big lumber unknown
science in this country.
Arrangements are being made for "Watson yards adjoining. day was observed in Salem by the closing October 1 E. L. Chalcraft takes charge of when Judge Eakln. ordered Sam White, met at the station by Commissioner-Gener- was ..,,,,k ,v,o uHa of these harmlesfl reme
to make two speeches in Oregon before the Two more steamers sailed today for of business houses in the afternoon and the school. then District Attorney, in open court to al
dies hls famous doctor knows the action ot
election, and I would appreciate hearing Tanaria crowded to bring indictments against a couple of Gerald and escorted to the latter's over" 500 different remedies that he has success-
from Populists in reference to holding a freight and passengers. the
guards with the suspension of ordinary work generally gamblers who were violating the law. residence, after a visit to the World's He guarantees
fully used In different diseases. troubles, rheu-
convention and putting a ticket In the field. a barge loaded with freight also towed
throughout the city. CAMP BEFORE LAND OFFICE. Fair. to cure catarrh, asthma, lung liver, kidneys,
The last White refused." matism, nervousness, stomach,
steamers for Tanana "must leave within a White- - said this evening that Judge Ea- diseases. Hun-dred-
female trouble and all private moderate. Calls
Who Dr. Hill Is? WILL EXTEND FALLS CITY LINE Crowd Await Opening of Desert never madi such Charges
week or two, or they will be unable to Tract klncivil case came up an order. He said
and eee him.
ALBANY, Or., Sept. 5. (Special.) Dr. complete the run this season. Hotel out- at Pocatelio. in court, wherein
J. L. Hill, author of the address to Pop fits, a great quantity of mining machin- Salem Business Men Aid in Building one man was suing another to recover CONSULTATION FREB
ullst voters, was a Democrat, active Jn whisky manythousand dollars' worth of Road From Dallas.
BLACKFOOT, Idaho, Sept S.For a the purchase price of certain gambling,
county politics, sitting in all county con- are among the shipments. week a varied collection of humanity, with paraphernalia. When Judge Eakln dis- Patients out of the city write for blank and
Dawson votes In September as to SALEM. Or., Sept 5. (Special.) The cots and pots and pans and all the equip- covered the nature of the case he prompt- circular. Inclose stamp. Address
ventions prior to the organization of the
Populist party in Oregon. He always re- whether it will be governed under an in- plan for the construction of a railroad ment of a prospector, has been gathering ly threw It out of court and directed the
fused official honors. He worked and pointed corporated body,- or by a commission ap-
between Salem and Dallas took effective before the 100 United States Land Office '.stenographer to submit a transcript of THE C. GEE WO
by the Governor. here, over campers monopolizing the Tthe evidence in the case to Mr. White.
voted for Cleveland during his first can- form tonight when President L. Gerlinger, shade of tho four CHINESE MEDICINE CO.
didacy for President. This was Hill's The Klondike's output this year- - will bo of the Dallas, Falls City & Salem Rail- lonesome poplars that White said he investigated the matter and
last affiliation with the Democrats. close to $10,000,000 In gold. way Company, submitted to the Greater brick stand guard --before the little y
found that there was no evidence upon
Dr. Hill gave the Democratic pol- where Uncle Sam doles out his par- which to base a conviction of either of
Salem Commercial Club a proposition cels of desert land. Lying In July, 1883, I began to break out 253 Alder Street
icy of free trade for raw material SHOT BY HIS GRANDSON. under which he offers to build the road. dusty ground or about on the the parties to the' suit, as there was noth- Eczema on my head, legs and arms, with and Mention this paper. ' Portland, Or.
end protection for manufacturers as His offer is to extend the present Fall patiently await lounging In cots, they ing to show that the paraphernalia had began treatment with local doctors, but
his reasons for leaving the party, Trout Lake Pioneer Accidentally City-Dall-
road to Salem. The present for September 6, the the lands known
opening, scheduled been used for gambling purposes.
did not get much relief. They said the dis-
stating that .the West is a producing line Is 10 miles long. The lSrmile exten- as Speaking further, Mr. White declared
country, and thatthe policy bred monopo- Killed While Hunting Grouse. sion to Salem will cost $120,000, and Mr. thecircle having a
lands," which form that at no time during his term of office ease had become chronic I then quit them
lies. Dr. Hill was a' leader in organiz- HOOD RIVER. Or., Sept
Gerlinger will build, equip and operate with Pocatelio as the center. of 10 miles, had there been a specific demand made and tried various ointments and soaps for
upon him to prosecute gambling or Sun- another two years, but as soon a9
ing the Populist' party, in Linn County, J. L. Stump, of Trout Lake, Klickitat the road if the citizensof Salem will take The lands are to be sold for $2.50 per day law violations; that he had left that weather came I was as bad off as ever, cold so I
and as chairman; of the Central Commit- County, was shot and killed by his $100,000 bonds of the road. The bonds acre, 50 cents on the acre down and the
upon final proof. The land Is matter In his opinion, cityproperly be-
tee his skill led the party to victory. whll Kntu m.. are to be a first lien, not only upon the entirely to the authorities, finally decided to let medicine alone, and
"When the Democrats- showed bad faith Ing grouse Sunday afternoon. The charso new roaa out tne present road and the balance In where. it for twelve or thirteen years did nothing
equipment The bonds will mature in 10 desert
in supporting Watson as the running ui ""uouut-cuieic- character and absolutely value- longs.
me aoaomen, and it
towards curing the Eczema, except bath-
mate of Bryan, Hill assisted in. organiz- was thought at first that the wound was years, and bear interest at five per cent less without garden, With irrigation it is
producing bountiful ing. This 'seemed to do about as much
ing the and not fatal, but he died before medical aid The committee of business men having crops of grain, hay and
fruit NORTHWEST DEAD. good as anything I had tried.
was a delegate to the National Conven- could arrive. the. matter in charge are satisfied that A large canal, owned by a privatecor-poratlo- During the time I lost about one-ha-
tion In Cincinnati The sameyear he ac- Stump was' one" of the earliest Bettlers the security would be good, and the club
cepted the nomination for Congress in in the Trout Lake country, locating there
has been dug to a
showed its approval of the proposition six miles of the land, and it point within Mrs. Fred Gadke.. my hair. Ibegau S. S. S. doubtful of a
30 years ago. He was known as a great by directing the committee to proceed at pect of the extension is the pros- OREGON gflTY, Or., Sept. 5. (Special.) cure, because the disease had run so long,
the First District, and made an active
campaign in Southern Oregon against the bearhunter. He left a wife, two daugh- once to secure subscriptions to the bond has created the demandof for this canal that Mrs. Fred Gadke, aged 64 years, died at but soon discovered your medicine was
Democratic plea that he should draw off ters and one son, all married.
issue. This road, if constructed, will far there has been no conflict land. So her home In this city yesterday after an doing me good, and continued to take it.
not only give convenient transportation land between the parties In line. Many for tho illness of 20 years from inflammatory
for Veatch. The Populist vote aided to I used seven bottles, when I was com-
The deceased was a native pletely cured, not having
elect Thomas Tongue that year. Since the No Fire Protection at University. between Dallas and Salem, but will pro- of them filing papers covering a rheumatism. and had resided a single spot on
vide means of hauling logs and lumber number of havo
death of the Populist party In Oregon,
Hill has made his choice of men or voted brush fire that Sept.
SEATTLE. 5. (Special.) A tracts, so if they fail
from the timber country around Falls first choice they will still have a in their City for 2S years. She is survived by
of Germany, at Oregon my body, which
before was almost com-
the Republican ticket. He was strongly at the State University threatened the buildings City to the Wlllam&tte River. It Is an- eight children: F. C. Gadke, George F. C. Norfolk.
opposed to fusion of Populists and Demo- startling condition of
crats, which, he says, killed the Populist system at the school. the
party. In support of the Populist cause at Fremont found all
has disclosed a
The fire company
nounced that tho Falls City road win Im-
mediately be extended "a few miles west
to tap a larger belt of timber, and there
Natural Gas in Montana.
Gadke, Charles Gadke. William Gadke,
Mary Gadke. - Augusta Gadke, Lena
GREAT FALLS, Mont, Sept. 5. The Gadke, and Mrs. Annie Maple, all of Ore-
1017 Hackberry St., Ottumwa, la.
The head, feet and hands are usually
I Whiskey l Whiskies 1
Dr. Hill, installed a newspaper plant in University
Albany and published a paper devoted to department, waterto carry mpty and the
the pipes in the
water in buckets
Is a very general opinion that the road first natural gas well in the history of gon City.
will be extended westward across the Montana has been struck 32 miles from
Coast Range to the SHetz. this city and la now flowing a large and Funeral of Emanuel Ott.
the parts affected, though the disease ap-
pears on other parts of the body. While ex-
ternal applications allav the itching and
Red Top B,we 1
to quench the flames. It developed that If Your Dealer Does Not Handle
the caretakers at the University had al- steady stream. The discovery has occa- OREGON CITY. Or., Sept. 5. (Special.) burning temporarily, it "is the acids thrown BSD TOP Address tho Distillers,
MAKE ASSIGNMENTS FOR YEAR lowed the big water tank to become dry HEADLESS BODY FOUND. sioned considerable excitement and a rush Emanuel Ott, aged 45 years, who died
during the Summer. Had a fire at the to the new fields is predicted as soon as suddenly, of heart failure at the home off bythe blood that cause the irritation Ferdinand Westhelmer and Son,
the exact whereabouts .of the well can be of his brother early yesterday morning, and eruptions upon the skin. The acids
Columbia River Methodist Confer- school broken out there would have been Organized Gang of Cutthroats Operat- ascertained. The find was made by P. DISTILLERS,
no means at band of. saving the building. was for many years an employe at the must be neutralized and the system cleans- Clnclnnall.O. StJoseph.Mo. Loutjvllle.Kjp.
ence Finishes Its Labors. ing Near Cody. B. Gallagher and Dwight Chaffee, who local paper mills. He was unmarried. ed of all humors and poisons before the
THE DALLES, Or.. Sept. 5. (Special.) Blanche Lamont's Brother Shot. CODY. Wyo., Sept 5. The headless refuse to divulge the location of their dis- Funeral services were held today under cure is permanent. If ADV'C COUPOH.'we taaa 1 I
After a week of deliberations, the Colum- body of an unknown man was found covery. Gallagher and Chaffee have gone the auspices of the Knights of Pythias S. S. S. is guaran- E modarn book on mixed
bia River Methodist Conference adjourned DILLON, Mont., Sept 5. Rodger La-mo-
floating in the Shoshone Riyer a short back with friends to the well to file upon and the R.ed Men, to both of which orders teed entirely free
4a B drink- - la) pages. V33 recipes bound a
at noon today, counting this the most sat- terday aged 17, was while returning home
accidentally shot yes- distance from Cody, and great excitement the surrounding land. the deceased belonged. Burial was had
'a lctliu Ofpostpaidto on who eater.
afternoon of Potash, Arsenic S 10 cents and this Coupon. 1
isfactory session ever held in The Dalles7 from the Yellowstone prevails as a result of the find, this be- In the Oregon City Cemetery. and other miner-
Harmony and fellowship have character- National Park, ing the third mysterious disappearance Hall at Thurston Burned.
dying 12 hours later The young man was als. Book on the
ized all meetings, the work of the differ- the only son of Mrs. Julia Lamont, of within the past few months. Examina- EUGENE, Or., Sept. 5. (Special.) The A. H. Murray. skin ano its dis-
ent districts represented having been tion failed to reveal anything that might Woodmen's Hall at Thurston
materially by the concerted work this city. The Lamont family has been lead to the .Identity of the man. was de- CLATSKANIE, Or., Sept. 5. (Special.) eases sent free.
of the ministers present. Yesterday the a particularly unfortunate one. all the
stroyed by fire Saturday night The build- A. H. Murray, a pioneer of this place, died MedicaL-- advice
The body was that of a ing was a
church was crowded to its fullest ca- children having met tragic ends. Miss man of large size, and the condition of by the Woodmen of structure erected here today. Mr. Murray was born in
pacity to hear Bishop Spellmeyer preach, Blanche Lamont, the young lady mur- the remains showed that he had undoubt- year ago. Tho first about a Scotland
April 16, 1826, and when 5 years
Ths Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga.
Scott's Mal-Papsi- n
his text being, "In His Stead," Memorial dered in San paid Francisco for which Theo- edly been murdered. The head was sev- general merchandise floor "was used upper as a
dore Durrant the death penalty, was store and the A POSITIVE CURE
services were also held in the afternoon a
sister of the dead boy. ered to prevent any one from establishing room by the Woodmen. The-- building and
for members of the conference and their the Identity of the victim, and the trunk contents were a complete loss, and there iforXaCammation or Catarrh of
wives who have passed away during thrown Into the river. No trace of, the was no Insurance 'on the property. The the Ulati&srand Diseased Kid-
year, Degrees were conferred upon the Mysterious Shooting at Snoqualmie.
the head can be found. Are is supposed to
neys. HO CTTR2 CO ?A7. Cnret
The murdered man was undoubtedly one tho explosion of a have been started from
i'julckly and perm:ine3tl7 th
successful applicants, Miss Hannah SEATTLE, Sept 5. Frank S. Steven- K'crst cases of Goaorrncm
Northfield, of Spokane being made a dea- son, a saloonkeeper at Snoqualmie, lamp.
of the large number of landbuyers who and Gleet, no matter of how
coness. Miss Stella Alexander was also Wash., was found dead in a room over are now coming Into the Big Horn Basin longstanding. ADsointeiy
ordained. his saloon last night with a bullet-hol- e to seek homes under the great irrigation Finn Colony on Cook Inlet. INFANTSUWALIDS
hnrrclcw. Sold by druggist.
Price fl.CO. or by mall, j;ot
Following are the assignments for the through his heart Although It is be- systems being constructed in that section SEATTLE, Sept 5. (Special.) The Fin-
paid, Si.00,3 boses. ?2.7j.
coming year, announced at the closing lieved by some that he committed suicide of Wyoming and Southern Montana. Two land Steam Navigation. Company will es-
session today. oaccount of It cannot be ex- homeseekers who came here some time tablish a colony of Finns on Cook Inlet,
The Public Mission District O. W plained how the revolver with which he ago have disappeared. It is now believed smuggling the Immigrants out of the Rus- P.eHsfentalne, Ottfc
Mlntzner, presiding elder: Chelan. J. c! was shot was found on a dressA six feet they were murdered, and that a regularly sian territory. John A. McQuinn, a New WOODARD, CLARKD & CO.. PORTLAND.
Survey; Cheney, A. W. Roberts; Daven- from him. organfzed gang of cutthroats is operating York civil engineer, who represents the " A babe in the house is a well-spri-
port, H. M. Rounds; Deer Park, E. R. in that locality.
Henderson; Harland, J. E. Daniels; Hat-to- Aged Woman Fatally Burned.
promdters, is in Seattle, after having ac- of pleasure " if he is properly fed and Is the worst disease on
n, quired the necessary property. well nourished, then he is happy and
B. L. Hicks; Lind, J. S. Bell; THE DALLES, Or., Sept 5. (Special.)
FOSTER SECURING DATA. earth, yet the easiest
A. "W. Trive; Newport, L. N. B ''everybody is happy." to cure WHEN YOU
Mrs. William "Hunter, of Car Goes Over Embankment.
Anderson; Ritzville, C. G. Harmon; Sand seriously burned yesterday Mosier, was
while at- Your baby will be healthy and happy
KNOW WHAT TO DO.
Many have pimples,
Point, William Hoskins; Sprague, T. F. tempting to save the contents of Will Work for Joint Appropriation SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 5. A car was epots on the skin, sores
Allen; Waterville, Rev. Mr. Perry burning residence near that place. son'sher derailed, and thrown over the embank- and a of pleasure, if you
in the mouth, ulcers,
Mrs. for Columbia River. falling hair, bone pains,
Cowiche, Rev. Mr. Williamson; r, Fields, a sister of Mrs. Hunter, was also
Du-fu- ment close to the side of the scenic rail- will give him Mellin's Food. catarrh. and don't
TACOMA, Wash., Sept 5. United way, near" the
States Senator Addison G. Foster, accom- morning. Frank Cliff House, passenger, this Sample bottle sent free of .charge.
early know it is m.nnn
G. Ellensburg injured about the hands and face. Mrs.
William Park; Fossil, Ralph March; Hunter is 85 years of acre and Ik nnr r
panied by Major John Mills, of the ceived injuries which Romano, a re- 40 Sizes. 10c to SOc each. POISON. Eend to DR. BROWN. 935 Arch at..
A. Eontaclla Jt Co., Makers, Tampa, Fla. Philadelphia. Penn.. for BROWN'S BLOOD
j. w. ''Helm: Gimer, 1 jpected "to survive her injuries.
Unlted.Statea.EnrlneerinffDepartment for short time - afterwards.caused his death a MELLIN'S FOOD CO., BOSTON, MASS.
CEBSOX & HART, CURS, $2.00 per bottle; lasts one month. Sold.
In Portland only by FRANK NAU, Portland
Distributer, Portland. Or. Hotel Pharmacy,