THE MOR3JI2JG OREGONIAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1903
raised by special tax should be .paid back Interest In the new road,
to the taxpayers pro rata, and funds re- THREATENED WITHARREST absolute this lf
SEATTLE WAS WORKED
LAST FUGITIVE SHOT ceived from state and county school taxes and that
fact will appear In proper
should be returned to the sources from
When a district loses its organization, MEN WATCH FRASER RIVER DIKE.
the school district boundary board may FOUR. VANCOUVER COUNCILMEN PAID OUT ?2000 FOR BOGUS
distribute the territory among other dis- SAID TO HAVE BROKEN" LAW. Fears Expressed That It May Break BROKEN KNEECAP.
Jailbreaker's Rifle Fails Him tricts or annex it all to one district. In With a High. Tide.
s that case funds should be distributed to NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.. June 19.
in a Pinch. the other districts in proportion to the Charged That They Sold Goods to (SpeclaL) The Eraser River Is still ris-
Same Men Who Attempted to, Obtain
number of pupils in the territory added. ing- The Chllllwack Valley dike is
the City Side Is sis e of the Sa- threatened, and it Is expected it will break Money Fraudulently in Astoria,
KLONDIKE CLEANS TJP WELL. loon License Trouble. before tomorrow morning with the. high Succeed in the- - Sound City.
tide tonight, If It does over 500 settlers
Output of Gold Estimated to Be will be flooded out, with 20.000 acres of
GIRL FINDS HIS HIDING PLACE Nearly 100 men are
Greater Than Last Year. VANCOUVER, Wash., June 19. (Spe land under water. to prevent breakage.
watching the dlko SEATTLE, June 19. The City of Seattle
VANCOUVER, B. C., June 19. A spe- cial.) Four members of the City Council was buncoed out of $2000 13 months ago
cial from Dawson says from $3,000,000 to will probably be arrested for selling goods All the sawmills along the river bank are
most of the day, while the tide Is and the fact has just come to light
$5,000,000 more gold dust will be taken and materials to the city contrary to the closed they are flooded- - The Great North- The chief bunco-work-
Is now In the
from the Klondike this season than last laws of the State of Washington. The In, as city jail at Astoria, Or., with a con-
Her Father Arrives and End lUe year, according to estimates of officials, law plainly says that no member of the ern track at Bonaccord Is under water federate;- on the charge of perjury com
Outlaw's Life Before He Can mine-owne- rs
and bank managers. Returns Council shall sell any goods to tho city six Inches deep for a mile and a halt mitted during an attempt to bunco that
so far are turning out particularly well, or In any way be benefited directly or in- Most of the people In danger have moved city In the same way.
Add Another Crime to and on some of the branches of the older directly, and shall not receive pay for to places of safety. Ono John B. Mayers (the name an
Bis List. creeks, Eldorado and Bonanza and Hun- goods sold, and upon conviction of the V alias). In January, 1902, filed a claim for
ker, the claims are being made to yield offense may be removed from office and LIABLE FOR A HEAVY FINE. $10,463 for personal Injuries alleged to have
more than ever before- - Duncan Creek Is be otherwise dealt with. been received by falling Into a coal hole
t&rnlng out a sacond Eldorado, and a cou-
the saloon Land Commissioners
In Montana on August 16, 1900. A doctor was called
ple of millions of dollars will come from license trouble originated Isover be brought
proposition and to Misuse Postal Frank. on to attend the man, who claimed, to
BUTTB. June 13. A Glasgow
Mont.. there alone before thi? clean-u- p season to nn Issue. Hanry Van Atta, a restau BUTTE, Mont, June 19. A Great Falls have sustained a broken kneecap. Later
special to the Miner says James Is at an end. rant man, applied for a license to sell special says: Postofflce Inspector John E. B. Mayer appeared in the city
the last of the Glasgow fugitives Duncan Is the best of all the new camps, liquors in his place of business. The Beatty has discovered that the majorlty claiming to bo the man who was injured
who broke jail June 6, was shot to death and lots In the new townslte are selling Council refused the request and passed of the United States Land Commission- and exhibiting a permanently disabled
tonight after ho had made an Ineffectual at prices previously unheard of In a new a resolution at the time stating that no ers in this section have been violating tho knee.
attempt to kill Miss Darnell, who dis- locality in the north. The banks ar,e tak- One of the confederates became sus
covered him hiding In her 'icehouse. The ing In large amounts of gold dally, and picious of Mayer and wrote, to a lawyer
shell stuck In McKInney's rifle, and while very large drafts are being transferred to here stating that he had Mayer s note for
he was endeavoring to extract It, the the outside. $600 and wanted to garnishee the city if
girl's father appeared with a Steamers starting for points are, ELECTED PRESIDENT OF PACIFIC UNIVERSITY. there was a probability that the claim
rlfla and shot the outlaw through all crowded, and it is thought that be- would be paid. Soon after the fellow
the arm. The fugitive then made tween 1500 and 2000 people will leave for PACIFIC UNIVERSITY, For wrote again, saying the "note" matter
a dash for the brush, hut another the outside cities before the end of the est Grove, June 19. (Special.) n. was only a ruse and that Mayer was a
shot from Darnell's rifle brought the month. Travel outward promises to ba Professor W'HUam Nelson Fer-ri- swindlar and for $1000 reward he would
desperado to the ground. McKlnney. lived heavier than last year. who has Just been elected to give the whole snap away. All these
three hours after being shot. the presidency of Pacific Uni- letters were turned over to the claims
The morning following the killing of TURNER CAMPMEETING OPENS. versity by the board of trustees committee of the City Council. Prepara
Hardee and Hill the posse started after of that institution, was born In tions are In hand to bring the men here.
iicKlnney and tracked him to the Dar- Indianapolis Christian Minister De- Barton. Vt, and is the son of
nell ranch, about eighty miles from Glas- livers Two Sermons. Rev. Clark E. Ferrln. a Congre-
gow. About 6:30 o'clock In the evening gational minister. He took his .Perjury Witnesses Arrive.
TURNER, Or., June 19. (Special.) At preparatory education at Hlnes-bur- g ASTORIA. Or., June 19. (Special.) Two
one of Darnell's daughters went to the the opening exercises of the Oregon Chris-
Icehouse for some lcc, and noticing that Academy, and entered the of the principal witnesses against John L.
the hay covering the ice had been dis-
arranged, called for her father to come
tian Missionary Convention addresses were
delivered by Revs. G. C. Rickey and J. B.
University of Vermont in 1S71,
graduating July, 1S75. with the
Bock and Joslah S. Smith, who are being
held on the charge of perjury la connec- Miss Nettie Blackmore, Minneapolis,
Holmes, and the morning sermon by Rev. tion with the damage case of Bock
and arrange It. When Darnell entered the
Icehouse, and seeing an old coat lying in
Allen Wilson, of Indianapolis, Ind., who
also delivered an evening discourse. The
degree of A. B., and la 1S73
the degree A. M. Last against the city, arrived from San Fran-
tells how any young woman may be per-
the Ice, he picked it up. As he did so year the same Institution con- examination
McKlnney sprang to his feet. The girl,
subject of discussion In the evening was
"The Pastor's Relation to Partisan Pro- ferred ipon him the degree of
of the two men will be held in the Justice
Court tomorrow. Whether the case will manently cured of monthly pains by taking
taking In the situation, secured her fa- hibition." Tomorrow's programme fol- He taught one year as prin- be tried at the present term of the Cir-
ther's Winchester and started for the Ice-
Morning 9:30. praise service, J. M. cipal of Hinesburg Academy, cuit Court has not been decided, as court Lydxa E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
and one year as principal of will adjourn one week from tomorrow
McKlnney, seeing her coming, raised his Hunter. Ashland; 10, address, "Books I Richmond High School, after until July 13. "Young Women: I had frequent headaches of a severe nature,
rifle to shoot her, but the cartridge Have Recently Read." Clark Bower; dis- which he came to Oregon as In- dark spots before my eyes, and at my menstrual periods I suffered
missed Are and in attempting to throw In cussion by the preachers; 1L sermon. Al-
a new shell the mechanism of his rifle len Wilson. structor of mathematics In Pa-
cific University, and afterward
SHOULD HAVE EXAMINED PAPERS. untold agony. A member of the lodge advised me to try Xydia E.
stuck. Darnell then grabbed his rifle Evening 2:30, devotional, E. M. Patter- was elected professor of that Supreme Conn Decides Prosecutor's Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, but I only scorned good advice and
and shot McKlnney through the arm.
Darnell then called to McKlnney, who
son, Medford; 2:45, "The Use and Abuse
of Church Letters." J. W. Wittkemner,
department From 1S96 to 1000 Negligence Cannot Be Remedied. felt that my case was hopeless, but she kept at me until I bought a
was running toward the brush, tp halt, McMlnnville; discussion led ljy P. P. Un- he served as financial secretary OLYMPIA, Wash., June 19. (Special.)- - bottle and started taking it. I soon had the best reason in the world to
and upon the outlaw's failure to stop took derwood, Boyd; 3:45 business, reports of of the faculty, and upon resig- A decision of the Supreme Court was change my opinion of the medicine, as each day m health improved, and
committee; 7:30, praise service; 8, sermon, nation of President McClelland handed down yesterday which may have finallyl was entirely withoutpainatmymenstruation periods. I am most
careful aim and brought him down with was made dean of the faculty, an important bearing on a future deci
a shot through his hips. Allen Wilson. ,
which position ho has since hon- - sion of the court in the appeal of William grateful." Nettie Blackjiore, 28 Central Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.
McKinnpy Is the third .one of the four WlUlam Nelson Ferrln, LL. D. orably filled. Fetterley, who Is under sentence to serve
prisoners who participated In a general
break from Glasgow June 6 to meet
violent deaths, and their escape has cost
. IDAHO'S IRRIGATION SCHEME.
Lands on Snake River Are to Be
15 years in the penitentiary for the crime
are quickly and permanently overcome by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Made Fertile. Fetterley was convicted in King Coun-
five lives. William Hardee, under sen- ty, and his attorney prepared a statement Vegetable Compound. The above letter is only one of hundreds of
tence of death; Jack Brown, James Mc-
Klnney and a prisoner named Pierce broke
BLACKFOOT, Idaho, June 19. Work on more saloon licenses would be granted un- postal laws by the use of franked en-
the most Important Irrigation scheme that til next Jsruary. This action caused Van velopes, which they have been having of facts preparatory to perfecting an ap- thousands which prove this statement to be a fact. Menstruation
Jail after murdering Jack Williams, the has ever been launched In Idaho Is about Atta as well as others to be angry at the printed in their own names and using for peal to the Supreme Court The state- is a severe strain on a woman's vitality, if it is painful something
to begin. The persons furnishing the cap- ment of facts was presented to the Pros- remove
is wrong. Don't take narcotics to deaden the pain, butdisplace-
guard. Hardee was killed in battle with Council, and an action will be begun official malls.
the posse Monday night, after he had ital for the building of the Great Amer- against the Council for malfeasance In derstood they were entitled to do this,
Tho Commissioners un- ecuting Attorney, who waived his right the cause perhaps it is cause'd by irregularity or womb is, iydia
first shot and killed Posseman Charles ican Falls Canal Company, under the pro- office. but It develops that they are subject
to propose amendments thereto, and the ments, or the development of a tumor. "Whatever it
R. Hill. Jack Brown was recaptured by visions of the Carey act, whereby 65,000 The papers have not served as to a fine of $300 for every letter thus
statement was accordingly certified to by E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is guaranteed to cure it.
the officers and later taken from jail by a acres of the most valuable agricultural yet, and no arrests made,been the neces sent It Is not known whether charges
the trial Judge.
If there is anything about your case about which you would like special
mob and lynched. Pierce has been lost lands In tho state are to be reclaimed on sary legal requirements will be carried will be preferred. Later the Prosecuting Attorney discov- advice, write freely to Mrs. Pinkham. 2so man will see your letter. She can
the west side of the Snake River, between out soon, probably tomorrow. Van Atta ered that some material evidence that he
track of, and it is believed has succeeded this place and American Falls, a distance refused this evening to say to The Ore- - supposed was contained In the statement Burely help you, for no person in America has such a wide experience in treat-
In getting out of the country. GRASSHOPPERS ARE ABUNDANT. of facts was left out, and ho moved the ing female ills as she has had. She has helped hundreds of thousands of
of 60 miles, are on the ground, and a large gonlan whether the matter was true or
number of teams and men are being as- not He would not affirm or deny and said Montana Section Is Fearful of Great lower court to set aside and vacate- - the women back to health. Her address is Lynn, Mass., and her advice is free.
CIGARS SEIZED BY GOVERNMENT. signed to the work of constructing the he would not talk for publication. certification. You are very foolish. H you do not accept her kind invitation.
Destruction. Before the motion could be finally de-
San Pranclnco Denlers Alleged to immense canal. It Is said that H-- . E. McGinn has been BIG
Work will be pushed vigorously, and the employed for plaintiff. The proposed ac comes TIMBER. Mont, June 19. News termined, Fetterley's attorneys applied Details of Another Case.
Have Refilled Boxes. from the Brldger Creek country lor a writ of prohibition to the Supreme
5 AN FRANCISCO. June 19. Many retail
result will be that thousands of acres of tion Is causing a good deal of talk, and
heretofore unavailable that In all probability there will be a Court restraining Judge Griffin, of the "Dear Mrs. Petkha3i: Ignorance and
cigar dealers In this city are In a pretty thrown open to settlement.
lands will be action is anxiously awaited. grasshopper plague In that section this King County Court, from considering the carelessness is the cause of most of the
mess and may soon be prosecuted by Summer. The young hoppers are report- motion- - This writ the Supremo Court or- ings of women. I believe that if we properly
United States authorities. About 15,000 DR. MITCHELL IS CLEARED. YEAR OF SUCCESSFUL WORK. ed to be so thick now that they arise
from the ground in clouds upon being
dered issued. understood the laws of health we would all be
domestic cigars have been seized In the The record showed that no fraud had welL but if the sick women only knew the
wholesale cigar house of Ehrman Bros. & "Was Charged With Embeulement In University of Oregon Expects an In disturbed. This condition Is said to ex- been committed in preparing tho state-
Co., at 224 California street,, by Internal Timber. Land DeaL creased Attendance. tend over a large territory of range coun- ment of facts. That It was submitted truth about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Revenue Collector John C- X.yncfc Jand -
OLYMPIA, Wash., Juno 13. (Special.) UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eugene.
try. openly to the Prosecuting Attorney, and Compound, they would be saved much suffer-
Bert M. Thomas, special Internal revenue The grass, which
Dr. David Mitchell, of this city, who has June 19. (Special.) The year just .closed good growth already,has attainedshowvery a the Supreme Court says he was supposed ing and would soon be cured.
agent The cigars will bo confiscated when been on trial all the week on the charge has been one of the most successful In work of the insects, begins to the to have examined It to see that it con- a
"I used it for five months for melocal years,
the proper order shall have been returned of embezzlement, was tonight acquitted the history of the University of Oregon. A it Is likely that withinand few weeks say a
stockmen tained all that he desired' it to, before
waiving his right to propose amendments. culty which had troubled for
from Washington, and Ehrman Bros. & by the jury after four hours' deliberation. hearty spirit of the
Co. will be prosecuted for conspiracy to Dr. Mitchell and family are very promi-
has existed range will
between the students and faculty, and the vegetation. be practically denuded of all
and for which I had spent hundreds
defraud. nent here In business and social circles. work accomplished during the year SURVEYING ON THE COLUMBIA. of dollars in the vain endeavor to rec-
Fifteen other prominent retail dealers and his arrest last December created a speaks for itselt The classroom work of tify. My life forces were being sapped,
have been spotted by the revenue officers, sensation. the students has been above the average, RECEIVER SOON TO LOSE JOB, Stevenson Folk Curious as to What and I was daily losing my vitality.
and they will be charged with refilling The charges were filed by Dr. Oliver A and cases of discipline have been few. , Road Is Interested.
cigar boxes contrary to law. The officers Lecrone, of Kalamazoo, Mich., who, with The athletic and other Interests of the Porter Bros. Business in. Very STEVENSON. Wash., June L (Special.)
"Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
have found that Ehrman Bros. & Co., other Eastern capitalists, purchased a sec student body have been conducted accord Favorable Condition. Just about the time that people on this CnmTiound cured me conroletely, and
agents for a $75 per 1000 brand, have been tion of timber land In the county through ing to the ideal of the university, and BAKERSFIELD, CaL, June 19. T. M. side of the Columbia get over one rail- I am now enjoying the best of health, and amMiss grateful,and only
selling this brand banded with the coun-
terfeit bands of a $100 per 1000 cigar, pre-
Dr. Mitchell for $10,000. It was charged have been enthusiastically supported.
that Dr. Mitchell appropriated $2000 of the
RIgney, local manager for Porter Bros.,
President P. L. Campbell has made has received a letter from the principal
road convulsion, along comes another too pleased to endorse such a great remedy." Jennie L. Edwards,
arty of engineers with their little stakes 604 H St, 2ST. W., Washington, D. 0.
sumably with the knowledge that the amount to his own use, by placing a "fi- many friends during, the first year of his offices of the company in Chicago, saying covered with hieroglyphics,
counterfeits would he placed In empty ctitious value on the land. A civil suit regime, and his efforts to build np the that it is expected the trouble of the and the whole community again goes off Mrs. Pinkham, whose address is Lynn, Mass., will answer cheer-full- v
boxes of the more expensive imported
cigar. In fact, they have suggested that
against Dr. Mitchell involving $5000 is yet university and to bring it into closer company will be soon terminated and the
to be tried. touch with the people of the state have receiver discharged, as the outlook is now
on a tangent This time, we have them and without cost all letters addressed to her by sick women.
right in our midst boarding at the hotel
tills refilling should be done. been appreciated by the' regents and by very favorable. When the receiver was and swapping tobacco with the Stevenson
The counterfeiting of the bands and la- COAL STRIKE ENDED. the general public appointed it was stated that in all prob- Rip Van Winkles. They are a g
modest-lookin- at H a cord, whereas it usually brings made fortunes In the Klondike, li
bels of imported Havana cigars by the Tho prospects for a large Increase In ability it would only be temporary, and outfit, and the dapper little man but $2.75to $3. The price of small fir the president of the company, and Clark
manufacturers of domestic cigars has been Miners Go Back to Work as Indi attendance next semester aro flattering. that the failure would be In effect only a who manipulates the solar Is wise beyond has not advanced so much as this class of Davis Is the general manager. The
going on for a long time, and the Ameri- viduals. Already nearly 100 applications have been momentary embarrassment the penetration of tho information-seeke- r. wood Is In less demand and more plenti- capital stock is $5,000,000, divided into
can Tobacco Company, which is the to- VANCOUVER, B. C June special received for freshman standing, most dif- of The company is doing business as usual Just who these surveyors belong to is ful supply. The price has gone up from 5.000,000 shares. The plaintiff owns. 40.000
$2.25 and $2.50 a cord to $3. It Is almost shares. The complaint puts the debts
bacco trust, made complaint to the Gov- from Nanaimo says the strike at the Ex- them coming from graduates of thestate. at all points under the management of a matter of great speculation. The North- certain that as the season passes the and liabilities at a sum in excess of
ernment- Agent Thomas and his men tension coal mines was settled today after ferent high schools throughout the the receivers. ern Pacific, O. R. & N. and Canadian Pa-
prices will increase and that prune grow- said to be more than the as-
14 weeks fight between the laborers of the The scientific and engineering couraes $1,000,000,
have been Investigating these complaints cific all have their champions among the
for the past three weeks and have gath- Western Federation of Miners and the will be better equipped than ever before, Shutdown Docs Not Apply to Spruce. local wiseacres. However, the name of the ers will find the Item of fuel adding to sets.
ered sufficient evidence to warrant convic- owner, James Dunsmuir, of and the facilities for instruction in these chief engineer is Richmond, and It is the cost of preparing their fruit for mar-
ASTORIA, Or., June 19. (SpeclaL) The ket.
tion Jn every case. He has forwarded his British Columbia. Last night tho union, branches will bo verybeing Improved efficient claimed that he was in charge of the sur- STATIOX OX SALEM FAIR. GROUNDS.
report to Washington and Is now awaiting by a large majority, carried a motion to The dormitory is and Gray's down ltd camp on July 1 wUI not
Bay Logging Company
vey of the Railroad. Four thousand cords of slabwood will be
transformed Into a comfortable home for weeks or more, as for two Hence the Columbia River & Northern brought to Salem from Eugene this Sum- Tract of Land. Leased to the South-
the reply of the authorities before taking return to work and end tho strike. will the majority of
action towards the prosecution and pun- Mr. Dunsmuir came to Extension today the young men of the university. The the camps in this district Tho company may have something to do with it The mer. ern Pacific Company.
ishment of the guilty parties. The officers and agreed to take the strikers as in- dormitory will be managed in the future party expects to make this its headquar- SAKBM, Or.. June The
warned Ehrman Bros. & Co. yesterday to dividuals back to work. by and a fixed rate of $3.50 is now operating In a large body of ters for some time, surveying both up P06lt MANAGEMENT ALLEGED. Governor, Secretary of State and State
cease selling the counterfeit cigars and per week will bo charged for board and spruce, and as the shutdown ordered by and down the river from this point Treasurer have entered into an agreement
to refrain from advising purchasers to lodging. the association relates only to fir tim- Alaskn Petroleum & Coal Company with the Southern Pacific Company by
GAMBLER WANTS HIS FREEDOM. ber, company will
It is very encouraging to note that So long the the conditions continue favorable. work as Threatened. With Insolvency. which the State of Oregon leases to the
refill imported boxes with the counterfeit as remain PRUNEGROWERS' FUEL PROBLEM. SEATTLE, June One of the very company for a period of 25 years a tract
goods. Habeas Corpus Writ Will Be Applied per university the students past year
cent of who were in The Saldren Logging Company,
during the Marion Cordwood Has Increased In largestin Seattle corporations hauled busi-
doing- of ground at the State Fair Grounds for
For for W. D. Graves. actual college students and that the pre- River, during tho down its camp for one
will clore ness Alaska was today into depot purposes. The company, In con-
MOTHER AFTER KIDNAPED CHILD. OLYMPIA, Wash., June 19. (Special.) paratory department which a few years week first of July, but no Price and Is. Scarce. court on a showing of threatened in- sideration of this lease, agrees to con-
Will D. Graves, of Spokane, attorney for ago contained more than of the longer. SALEM, Or.. June 19. (Special.) An solvency by C. E. Crockett. The Alaska struct, within three months, a suitable
Frank Ashton Arrested in Seattle Fritz Dietrich, of Spokane, who Is under student body, 'is gradually disappearing.
enormous prune cropland an unusually Petroleum & Coal Company Is the de- and sufliclent depot on the leased grounds.
With Baby, While Drunk. sentence for violating the new Teachers at Parkplace. short supply of wood will make the fuel fendant. This will be a very Important Improve-
BERKELEY. Cal.. June 19. Mrs. Mary law, is here, and will apply tomor- OREGON CITY, Or., June 19. (Spe-
question an Important one to fruitgrow- Crockett avers that the affairs of the ment at the State Fair Grounds, for a
C. Ashton, of Hawaii, whose alleged cor- row for a writ of habeas corpus for his CABLE TO MANILA. ers this Fall. The curing of the hop and corporation have been fraudulently con-
claL) The Board of convenient depot building has long been
respondence with Admiral Merry a few client The constitutionality of the new Within a. Week Connection Will Be Parkplace school last Directors for an- night held the
the prune crops takes thousands of cords pf ducted and that by reason of Internal needed. At present a small shack of
months ago created a sensation In the law will be attacked. Completed. wood each year. In the last year or two dissensions and gross mismanagement rough lumber Is used during the sessions
divorce proceedings Instituted by her nual election of teachers. H. L. McCann the amount of fuel cut has decreased, the company is liable to become Insol- of the Fair, and no shelter Is provided for
husband, has left for Seattle in quest of SAN FRANCISCO, June 19. Within a was principal and Mrs. Buck and It Is very evident that the supply will vent. He prays for the appointment of passengers who may be waiting for trains.
Small Sound Steamer Burned. week San Francisco, and hence tho United and Miss Chllds were retained as grade
her daughter. SEATTLE. Wash., June 19. The little States, will be In telegraphic communica- teachers. Miss Wilson, recently from
not equal the demand this Fay. Every a recelver"and a strict accounting of all Last Fall the Southern Pacific Company
At the time of her trial. Judge Greene, Sound steamer Lady of the Lake was tion with Manila, P. L Superintendent Michigan, and Miss Thompson, a gradu- cord of wood that comes to Salem is sales of shares since the inception of th extended its sidetrack at the Fair
of Oakland, awarded the custody of the burned to the water's edge under cir- Carrlngton, of the Postal Telegraph Com- quickly bought and much of that still company. Grounds and with the construction of a
child to Mrs. Ashton, but her husband ate of the Ashland Normal School, were corded up In the country Is already sold. The complaint states that T. S. Lippey, depot the transportation facilities will be
kidnaped the youngster. The mother was cumstances that strongly suggest incen- pany, made that announcement today. named to succeed M1&3 Williams and Miss The best quality of large fir is selling one of the wealthiest of those who complete.
unable to locate her daughter until she diarism. The steamer was run on the He said that the cable now being laid Marshall, who had resigned.
learned of the arrest of her former hus-"ba-
marine ways yesterday for repairs. While from Guam to Honolulu had reached Mid-
the crew of the vessel was sleeping this way Island today, and the work "would go
morning she became afire on her forward forward at once from Midway to the Ha- Maddy Water for
In Seattle last evening. Twenty-fiv- e Miles.
deck, far removed from the boilers or the waiian capital. At the rate of speed so Captain ASTORIA, Or., June 9. (Special.)
SEATTLE, Wash.. June 19. Mrs. Mary Howes, who has just returned
Ashton arrived here from San Francisco stove 4n the men's cabin. The lire had far maintained, tho steamer should reach
such a headway that there was no chance Honolulu on or before next Friday. from service "on the pilot schooner, says
today and took back with her her 'little that as a result of the present freshet In
daughter, who was in care of the police to save it. It is almost a total loss. Tho Tho steamer Sllverton laid the cable the Columbia, fresh and muddy water ex
matron. The couple were recently di- loss is variously estimated from "$10,000 to from San Francisco to Honolulu last
$15,000. tends a distance of fully 25 miles off
vorced in California, and the child was Winter, and, as the cable has been laid shore. This Is undoubtedly what pre
awarded to the mother by the court. from Manila to Guam, this closing of the salmon from coming in in the
He brought the child to this city and was Awaiting 'the Nineteenth Infantry. gap from Guam to Honolulu gives a con- vents the largo runs. expected
recently arrested for vagrancy for taking" VANCOUVER BARRACKS. - Wash., tinuous line from San Francisco to the
the child Into saloons with him. He la June 19. (Special.) Headquarters, band Philippine capital. In a few weeks com-
now serving a sentence on the chalngang. and the First Battalion of the Nineteenth mercial messages may bo sent over this Rural Delivery MhcIi Appreciated.
Infantry will arrive at Vancouver Bar tremendous stretch of wire. The com- JUNCTION CITY, Or.. June 19. (Spe-
BREMERTON SALOONS FIGHT BACK. racks Sunday afternoon. All preparations mercial world is much interested in this cial.) Tho locating of three free rural
have been roado for their accommodation. matter, which is of especial importance to mail routes from the Postofficb at this
City "Will Bo Compelled to Show lty Tents have been erected and floors put the Pacific Coast as It Is expected that place has resulted In a greater volume of
for License Revocation. in. They will occupy them but a short the cable will give great impetus to island postal business. Many mora dally pa
time, as tho Seventeenth will leave for business. pers are taken and the amount of mall
OLYMPIA. Wash., June 19. (Special.) delivered 'and collected Is gradually In
George C. Israel, the criminal lawyer iianua at s ociock weanesaay on a epe
of this city, has been engaged by the dal train. LEASE OF SANTA FE LINES. creasing In amount
saloon interests of Bremerton to fight San. Jose at an Astoria Wharf.
the order of the City Council revoking Sheep for Aleutian Islands. Salt Lake Road Given Trackage
the licenses of the ten saloons of that SEATTLE, Wash., June 19. The Frye Privileges. ASTORIA, Or., June 19. (SpeclaL) The
city. Mr. Israel left for Bremerton this Bruhn Company Is going to ship 25,000 LOS ANGELES, CaL, June 19. General state pilot schooner San Jose, which has
morning and will tako Immediate stops sheep to the Aleutian Islands. They will Manager A. G. Wells, of the Santa Fe sys- been at Young's Bay for several months.
to bring certiorari proceedings against ship 200 on the Melville Dollar, now in tem,, will go East tomorrow, taking with being inspected and repaired, was
the city officials to compel them to show port, which has been fitted "up "for carry him final papers in the transaction by brought here today and tied up at the O.
their authority for taking each action. ing them. The sheep will be turned out which the San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt R. & N. wharf. The pilot commission
The case will be hurried to the Supreme ana aiiowea 10 emit xor uiemseives. jms Lake Rlroad acquires trackage privileges will turn her over to the bar pilots for
Court for final decision. same company Wintered 10.000 eheep in over tho .Santa Fe line from Daggett to use whenever they need her.
the Cook Inlet country last year, and the Colton. The term of the lease is not made
HEIRS OF DEFUNCT DISTRICTS. band did well. public, but It Is presumed to be for a long Alleged Accomplice Arrested.
period of years. ASTORIA, Or., June 19. (SpeclaL)
Distribution of Property and In- Convict Restored to Cltirenshlp. The Salt Lake road has completed Its Charles Finn, alias Charles Johnson, the
cluded Territory. SALEM. Or.. June 19. (SpeclaL) Gov- line from Los Angeles to a point near accomplice of J. W. White, who passed
SALEM, Or.. June 19. (Special.) Attorney-- ernor Chamberlain today .granted a full Riverside, and by the trackage arrange- several forged checks In this city a few
pardon to Percy McDonald, who has com ment just completed with the Santa Fe, days ago, was arrested by Police Officer
General Crawford has rendered an pleted the serving of a year's sentence In will shortly have through connection to Phillips last night near Julncy. The two
opinion in "which he defines the legal
the penitentiary ,for larceny committed Daggett a. preliminary hearing
status of school districts which lose their In Douglas County. Tho pardon serves It Is understood that men and material men will be given
organisation under the law of 1903.' That
merely to restore him to citizenship. are being rapidly assembled at Daggett tomorrow.
act provides that wh'en-- a district ceases and that active construction of the road
to have more than, sir pupils ot. .school from Daggett will commence Seaside Bakery Till Touched.
age. It shall cease-to- be a legally organ-
State Prisoner From Clatsop County. eastward Despite the denials of Senator
July L ASTORIA. Or.. June 19. (Special.) The
ized district" Tlie "question propounded SALEM, Or.. June 19. (SpeclaL) A- Clark that B. H. Harriman has any Inter- till in the Seaside bakery was robbed" of Cremo is a cigar of invariable goodness that is sold in every town ao4 at tfee out price it 5 ceats. Any
was what should become of the funds on lbert Smith was brought to the State est' In the San Pedro, Los Angeles & $30 at an early hour yesterday, morning one taai sens it Kr jess aoee so mtntae esatavor to rsasct en quality at tfee cost at pmx.
hand, and where children should attend Prison today to serve a two-ye-
.sen- Salt Lake road. Jt is positively stated during- the temporary absence of one of
vThe Largest SelUn in th
school tence for larceny from store in Clatsop by prominent ralhoad officials here that the proprietors. fio trace of- the thieves
Braaid of Cigars WoriWL,
The opinion" holds that whe"h .funds county. th latter, at tiw pre&eat Jim, owes n has. heeii found