THF UTOKNIXG OREGONIAX. TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1908. 3
and out of employment, W. C. Davidson,
a young salesman, attempted suicide by TALKS WITH PARTY LEADERS Sole Ageits for the Famous W. B. and La Vida Corsets Butterick Patterns, Heminway's Silks
FROM COOK COUNTY swallowing strychnine at Sixth and
Washington streets at 4 o'clock yester-
day morning, and to the quick action and
presence of mind of W. P. Thomas, night
cierk at Rowe & Martin's drugstore, the PROMINENT REPUBLICANS TO
young man owes his life. i
Davidson, while resting in an auto- MEET TAFT AT HOT SPRINGS.
Anti-Sulliv- an Delegation Seeks mobile standing at the comer, suddenly
took several strychnine tablets from his
Recognition. pocket and swallowed them. The chauf-
feur saw that something was wrong and X'ot on Executive Committee, but
called Thomas outside. The drug clerk
saw the young man was in convulsions
Will Discuss Affairs Before
16 -- Button Fabric Gloves Ahnual July Lace Sale
and thought Immediately of strychnine
poisoning. An effort to pry open his
That Body Meets. Lisle Gloves in black and all shades of tan; also The greatest bargain events in Laces of the entire sea.
PARADES DENVER STREETS jaws failed, whereupon Thomas hastily elbow-lengt- h Silk Gloves in black and white. son prices in all cases below even the wholesale cost.
secured a quantity of chloroform and ad HOT SPRINGS. Va.. July 6. Senator Immense variety of styles and patterns.
ministered the drug, which served to re- Murray Crane and Representative Law-
lax the muscles and permitted him to rence, of Massachusetts, arrived here to- $1-$1.-
administer the antidote. Sergeant of Po- day and are the vanguard of the coterie
lice Wendorf had the would-b- e suicide
conveyed to St. Vincent's Hospital. He of
political leaders who will confer with
Values at Values up to $5.00 at
With Band Playing, Flags Waving will suffer no ill effects from his rash
William H.Taft. the Republican candi-
and Men Cheering, Windy
City Democrats Intro-
act, and will be able to leave the hos-
pital today. He Is a young man of good and aespecially and treasurer ofofthe Na-
family and yesterday expressed deep re
date for President, on political matters
on the question select-
committee before the executive All Hammocks Are Now Reduced
Values up to $1.00 at 39c Yard
gret for his attempt at committee meets. Wednesday. Mr. Taft
stated today Senator Beveridge and Rep-
resentative McKinley, of Illinois, will be All the new designs of the season in good double-twine- d
Values up to 75c at 23c Yard
MEM TP EMULATE HUGHES hereIndiana and and Senator Hemenway,
DENVER. Colo.. July 6. The most ag-
gressive and apparently determined dele-
of Representative Watson,
of the same state. Wednesday.
None of these leaders of the party is a
weaves, in light and dark effects, full size, with uphols-
tered pillows, spreader and deep valance. Values up to 50c at 12ic Yard
gation that has yet appeared in Denver
are the 22 contesting representatives of
Cook County, who arrived from Illinois
on a special train at 11 o'clock this morn-
member of the executive committee, so
GOVERNOR PROMISES TO JOIN that their suggestions and advice will
be given before .the meeting of the men
who are charged with the selection of a
$1.50 Ham'ocks $1.19 $3.50 Ham'ocks
$2.00 Ham'ocks $1.59 $4.00 Ham'ocks
$3.19 Values up to 20c at 3c Yard
ing. With the delegation came 150 rep- chairman and the determination of other
Important matters concerning the coming
$2.50 Ham'ocks $2.15 $5.00 Ham'ocks $3.98
resentatives of the Cook County Democ-
racy, the big Democratic organization
of that city, headed by a band of 0
Replies to Dr. Matthews He Will Do campaign. The action of Mr. Taft in call- -
All In His Power to Abolish
ng upon prominent Republicans to confer
with htm is in line with his statement to
$3.00 Ham'ocks $2.49 $6.50 Ham'ocks $5.49 All Silk Mixed Wash Fabrics
Forming In column at the depot, at
the foot of Seventeenth street, the dele-
gation marched for an hour through the
Betting at Races. day to the effect that he would bring in ,
many leaders or the party tor conferences
from time to time.
Genuine Japanese Parasols Silk Ginghams, Silk Madras, Silk Chiffon, Silk Rough
Weave, Silk Berge and Silk Pongees.
principal streets with the band playing Representative Sherman, Vice-Pre- si
SEATTLE. Wash.. July 6. (Special.) dential candidate
Regular $3.00 Values jJl.fJS
patriotic airs and the delegates singing
campaign songs, cheering for Bryan and
waving flags and banners.
on the Republican
While he was in this city yesterday, ticket, will not attend the conference here
Governor Mead received a letter from July 8. This was determined late today
Rev. Dr. Matthews, asking him if it when a telegram from Mr. Taft advising
Values 65c to $1.25 43c Yard
Speech in Hotel Lobby.
The delegation, arriving at their head-
quarters at the Albany Hotel, formed in
was possible for the executive to use Mr. Sherman to save his strength and
his power to compel local peace officers not to make the trip to Hot Springs.
to act on conditions at the King crossed a telegram sent by Sherman.
Regular $6.00 Values $3.75 Sale of Printed Wash Fabrics
a group in the street on the front of the
County race track to effect it closing saying he thought it would be best not Also all of our Pongee, Linen, Silk and Union Parasols
hotel and gave vent to great enthusiasm and if not. he asks, "Will you aid in to make the trip. at big reductions.
in songs and cheers. In the lobby of
the hotel. Judge William Prentiss, of
Chicago, one of the contesting delegates,
and the man who will make the principal
the enactment, by the next legislature,
of a law prohibiting pools, books and
all kinds of race track gambling? Let MEET TO DISCUSS AFFAIRS
me have your promise." Sale of White Lingerie Waists
Values 20c to 35c at 12c Yard
fight for the delegation before the Na- Governor Mead in his reply said: "I
am clearly, of the opinion that in order Elder Statesmen of Japan to Go
tional committee and the credentials com-
mittee, addressed a crowd which com-
pletely fllled the lobby and corridors of
to suppress and prohibit the evil ef-
fects and Influences of race track
Over Cabinet Situation.
Regular $2.75 Vals. $1.23 Ea. Scarfs, Squares, Etc., at HALF
the hotel and spread far out into the gambling such as you- describe TOKIO, July 6. The elder statesmen
in your letter, it will be necessary have been summoned to meet July 7, In Linen Department Main Floor
"We are here," said Judge Prentiss in for a statute to be enacted. If when the political situation, growing
his speech, "as the true Democrats of
Illinois. We are here in the interest
of justice and fair play, which has been
elected Governor, I will recommend out of the resignation of the Cabinet,
and urge upon the next legislature will be considered.
the passage of a law making it a At a meeting of
Fine Black Taffeta Silk Jackets 20c
of the Seiyukai party to- 18c
denied us in Chicago. We are here for felofiy to make books or sell pools on the leaders 35c values values
William J. Bryan, and we are the only
properly accredited delegation from Chi-
cago to this convention which does rep-
resent him and what he stands for."
races or similar contests.
day, a serious split developed, but It
is not considered serious enough to
'Amateur contests of skill and strength prevent Marquis Saionjl from deliver
between individuals and bona tide con- ing sufficient votes to guarantee a
tests of speed between horses, when un majority for Marquis
Values to $12.50 at $6.95 Ea. 50c values
values ..... .'.
Many Other Big Bargains
Fighting: Sullivan Forces.
The contesting delegation claims 22
accompanied by the debasing and de Premier of the new Cabinet
moralizing lniiuence of gambling, are formed.
A danger In the situation
welcomed by every lover of sport and appears to be that the illness of Mar
Women's Long Lawn Kimonos
seats In the National conver 4on, two
of which are seats of delegates at large.
healthy exercise. All sports, however, quis Saionjl may make it possible for
are not vitiated by the presence of the the leadership of another who will Variety of styles and patterns Sale of Ruffled Swiss Curtains
The contested districts are in Cook Coun- book-mak- er
and the and merit be unable to control a majority.
ty. The contests are directed against
the Roger C. Sullivan faction, and is a
gives place to fraud, deception and The situation has developed an in
teresting struggle between the Yama-gat- a Reg. Values to $1.85 $1.39 Ea. Dots and figures, 2 2 and 3 yards Ion,' '
continuation of the bitter fight that has
been raging in Chicago for nearly five
years. The fight centers about the place
wise enjoy having their sons participate
in and view these
who would other
faction and Prince Ito, who
trongly favors the Seiyukai party. In
and the meanwhile. Count. Admiral Yamo- - Values up to $1.50 98c Pair
of National committeeman from Illinois
now held by Sullivan. If the contesting
sports, now view with fear their at- moto and Baron Terauchi, the latter a
tending such places. This is the mct strons: Seiyukai party man, have not Women's Short Lawn Kimonos
delegation Is seated. Sullivan will be
turned down for and Millard
insidious and harmful species of gambl- given up the hope that the failure of
ing followed today and I pledge you my Marquis Katsura to command a ma- Summer Toilet and Drug Sale
F- - Dunlop. a banker of Jacksonville and
of William J. Bryan, will
be chosen for the place.
delegation will con-
earnest either in public life jority means the success of Terauchi
or as a private citizen in abolishing race- because of his strength among the
track gambling from this state." Seiyukai party.
Values up to $1.35 85c Each All Prices Reduced Great Savings.
tend that the state convention, which ISSUE IX SALEM
selected the Sullivan delegates, was TAKES UP the hope of receiving rain through divine nothing in Japan except the friendliest workmanship and American Ideas for th
illegally held, in that it was called at QUARREL LEADS TO MURDER intercession it was decided to carry in feeling for the United States. War talk building of the palace.
a time which did not allow for party Bailey Contends Reld's Payments SICK BOY TRIES SUICIDE !
procession through the town the centen- is silly," declared Kametaro Hayashida, The secretary will start for Washington
primaries In Cook County as required Woman Shoots Man Who Seeks to nial image representing Calvary. Thirty special representative of the Mikado and tonight to visit President Roosevelt.
by law. and that the delegation to the Are Short of Receipts. thousand of the faithful participated in chief secretary for the House of Parlia-
state convention from Cook County was Have Marriage Postponed. the celebration which was attended by ment. He reached Chicago yesterday, Olympla Malt Extract, good for grana-in- a
selected unlawfully. SALEM. Or., July 6. (Special.) Dairy dramatic ceremonies, but no rain coming at- the command of the Mikado or baoy. Only of 1 per cent
and Food Commissioner Bailey and Jus LOS ANGELES. July . Mrs. Margaret
SUFFERING FROM AN INCUR- - to confer with architects of Chicago and alcohol. Phones: Main 671. A 24CT.
tice of the Peace Reid, of Portland, are Finn, a widow aged 30. who keeps a ABLE DISEASE. other principal cities regarding the erec-
FORTY REBELS ARRESTED engaged In a heated controversy over the rooming-hous- e 70314 South Broadway,
question of the amount or money wnicn last night shot at killed J. E. Mahaffy. Seeks Pointers In America. tion of buildings for which the Japanese Bejuvln aids digestion. At all fountains.
and government has appropriated $12,000,000.
should be paid into the State Treasury CHICAGO. July "There is absolutely He says the Mikado wants American Metzger' sel Is watches for less.
Surrender WlUiout a Shot When Sur- by Mr. Reid as fines for violation of the aged 30, toThe couple was engaged to be Little Brother, Crazed With Grief,
had been engaged
rounded by Armed Mexicans. pure food act. It seems that Mr. Bailey married. time.
has been reporting to the State Treasurer Yesterday Mahaffey called on Mrs. Finn Runs Away and Does Not Re-
Gray's Great Sale
the amount of the fines imposed by Jus and asked her to put off the marriage turn to Dying Youth.
EL. PASO, Tex.. July 6. Forty alleged tice Reid and during the last 18 months indefinitely, giving as a reason that he
Mexican revolutionists were arrested last Mr. Bailey contends that Justice Reid was leaving the city soon and expected to
night, three miles southwest of Nueva should have paid into the Treasury about be gone for some time. Mrs. inn oo- PASCO. Wash., July 6. During a fit
Casas Grandes by armed Mexicans and $1000. whereas his $200 payments fall short jected to a postponement and the couple
escorted to the Carcel at the town, where of that amount by to $300. of despondency while suffering ser- -
had a quarrel. physical ailments, from which
they are held. As Justice of the Peace Reid insists This quarrel was overheard by Judge tain never recover, Eugene
A number of representatives of the ban! that he does not go out of office until Lang, a brother of the woman, and he would aprobably who registered from
attempted to purchase ammunition for January, no final accounting has been when Mahaffey left the house Lang fol
rifles and pistols from the hardware store had. Mr. Bailey has an money, interest lowed him into the street and engaged North shot and but whose home himself
of the Morgans, in Casa Grande, and they in the payment of this
were placed under arrest by a force head- reason that he
for the him in conversation. He was attempt
depends in part upon the ing to effect a reconciliation between the while lying on a cot In the Smith lodging
ed by thn hardware merchant, the'r cart fines for the money with which to pay two when Mrs. Finn came up benina house, this
city, last night. Dr. W. W.
brought for carrying out ammunition be the expense of the enforcement of the the pair and fired two bullets from a re Watkins, had attending physician, says that
ing confiscated. pure food law. He will, therefore, per volver into Mahaffey's back. Both shots Shioter but little chance for
Armed Mexicans overtook the band sist in his efforts to secure from Mr. penetrated the lungs, proving almost
from which prospective purchasers had Reid the payment of the balance which instantly fatal. The wounded man arrived in Pasco
been sent out and rounded up 40 Mex- he believes to be due. The State Treas Saturday night from Yakima, and was in
icans, all surrendering without flrinir a ury Department is taking no part in the fortunate youth.
effort to collect the additional funds. company with his younger brother.
shot. Mexican Consul Loemell has been TENINS PLAY AT SPOKANE who is about 14 years old. About 8:30
advised of the capture.
o'clock this evening he retired to his
ADVANCE GUARD AT GUAM Walter Goss Said to Be There Under room and complained . of not feeling
SAILS AWAY IN PIQUE well. Dispatching his brother for a
Name of White. -
glass of water, and adding as the boy
Maine and Alabama Arrive In 'Best left the room that he would soon 'be
Alert Breaks Engagements Because of Condition. SPOKANE. Wash., July 6. (Special.) out of misery, he secured his revolver,
A tennis player, said to be Walter Goss, placed it to his breast and fired. Effort
Sailors May Not Dance. Oregon state champion, played under the Is now being made to secure informa-
GUAM. July 6. The battleships Maine name of white in tlve Inland uanplre tion regarding the relatives of the un- -
and Alabama, composing the special
SAN DIEGO. Cal., July 6. Because the service squadron under the command of championship tournament on the courts
management of the dancing pavilion at Captain C. B. Harbor, arrived here yes of the Spokane Country Club. He got to
Avalon. Santa Catallna Island, refused terday, one day ahead of their scheduled the but was here put out by
HONOR DEPARTED CHIEF
the men of the Naval Reserves, aboard time. Their average speed from Hono Joe Tyler, international champion, late
of Seattle, but now of Spokane. Tyler Naval Officers Attend Funeral of
the United States steamship Alert, en
Now on in full blast Following are
lulu was ten and knots without one-ha- lf
beat him 4 and following some 7,
Irance to the dancing-hal- the officers resorting to the use of the coal reserve
lively tennis. In the doubles "White Ltfte Rear-Admir- al Thomas.
of the Alert canceled all their arrange bunkers. There were no casualties and an'd Remington worked to the semi-fina- ls
ments for maneuvers at Catallna and: no sickness during the voyage. The en
hoisting anchor, returned with all pos-
sible speed to San Dleo, arriving here battleships sailed from San Francisco
glnes of the Alabama acted well. The
June 8 and from Honolulu June 28. They
where they were put out by Tyler and
W. A. McBurney, the latter Northwest
champion in 1905. The scores were
and In the finals of the men s
DEL. MONTE. Cal., July 6.
of the Episcopal Church funeral services
over the remains of Charles
M. Thomas (retired) who died here Fri-
the great price reductions
The Alert, witn 300 men and IS officers are the advance guard of the Atlantic singles, McBurney beat Tyler and
of the Reserves aboard, including the fleet In its trip around the world. 6
day night, were held yesterday. There
All $20.00 Suits on'Sale at $15.00
San Diego division. left here Friday Tyler and McBurney will represent
were many Naval and Army officers pres-
morning, arriving at Catallna in the Spokane in Northwest tourney at Port ent to pay their respects to the departed
HONOLULU TO SAX DIEGO FROM land this week. chief, and Del Monte Chapel was buried
At the home of Mr. Goss last night his
Cruisers and Torpedo Boats Will wife stated he was out of the city, was but
in floral pieces sent from San Francisco
and other points.
Tomorrow morning the body will be
All $22.50 Suits on Sale at $16.50
POSSE AFTER MURDERERS
Then Go to Magdalena Bay.
declined to confirm the report that he
In Spokane. She said he had gone to
Puget Sound two days ago and would -
shipped East for interment. The widow,
son and daughter will accompany it. All $25.00 Suits on Sale at $19.00
All $30.00 Suits on Sale at $23.50
One of Montenegrin Cap- SAN DIEGO. Cal.. July 6 Admiral Se return tomorrow.
bree. In command of the naval division
tured On Trail of Rest. now here, stated tonight that the elgh IMAGE LOSES ITS POWER
Afl $35.00 Suits on Sale at $26.50
armored cruisers and like number of tor- STRANGER KILLS HIMSELF
MISSOULA, Mont.. July 6. Deputy pedo boats which will leave San Fran No Rain Folows Procession of Faith-
Cisco next month for a' trip to the
Sheriff Callahan and his posse are still ful in Italy.
All $40.00 Suits on Sale at $29.50
scouring the mountains of the Montana-Idah- o Hawaiian Islands, will come direct to Logger Cuts Jugular Vein WltH
divide in the quest of the five this port on their return trip from Hono
lulu. They are due to arrive here th Pocketknife. BARI, Italy, July 6. The long drouth,
All $45.00 Suits on Sale at $34.50
Montenegrins, who, yesterday, murdered
Holmes Hayes at the St. Paul Pass tun- latter part of October and after a stay with intense heat, reaching at times 90
here, will go to Magdalena Bay for tar logger. 40 years of age, or more degrees, is causing disastrous
nel. A man, captured this afternoon, is get practice. On the voyage to Honolulu committedEast, a
effects throughout the Apulia region. In
All $50.00 Suits on Sale at $39.50
believed to be one of the gang which suicide in his room at the
committed the crime. This fact was tel- the torpedo craft will be towed by the Uncle Sam Hotel at Fifth and Couch
ephoned to Missoula last night, but noth-
ing further could be learned except that
the pursuit Is still on and the fugitives
The Tennessee. Washington and Call
streets at 1:30 o'clock yesterday morning
by cutting his jugular vein with a pocke
fornia and the three destroyers here wili knife. The man had been in the city
are evidently trying to reach Spokane. leave Tuesday for San Francisco. The but a short time and was unknown to Day in and day out there is
A great opportunity avail yourself of it to buy the
destroyers will be towed by the cruisers anyone at the hotel. of weakness that makes a burden of itself.
Idaho officers have joined in the chase, to that port.
and it is believed the men wili be over- From papers found in the pockets of Food does not strengthen.
taken, as they leave the wilderness and
his coat his Identity was learned 'and
a certificate showing that he was a mem . Sleep does not refresh.
finest ready-to-we- clothes at these great reductions
UNABLE TO LOCATE OHIO ber of the Woodmen of the World and
carried "insurance of J1000 with that or-
his son. Archie
It is hard to do, hard to bear, what
should be easy, vitality is on the ebb, and Terms
of sale strictly cash
Steamer Corwin Returns to Nome who made out in favor of was found by
GETS BETTER EVERY HOUR der in the whole system suffers.
resides Salem, -
For this condition take
After Fruitless Search. Patrolmen Abbott and Leisy, who were
Bishop Potter's Physicians Look for
sent to the man's room. The dead man
also possessed his naturalization papers, Sarsaparilla
Hood's bfood and gives vigor and 20 Reduction on All Black and Blue Suits
SEATTLE. Wash.. July 6. A special to indicating that he had become a citizen It vitalizes
the Post Intelligencer from Nome says of the United States while residing at tons to all the organs and functions.
COOPERSTOWN. N. Y.. July 6. With The steamer Corwin, Captain West, Falls City. Or. In usual liquid form or in chocolated
each succeeding hour hope brightens for has returned to Nome after searching for tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100 doses $1.
the recovery of Bishop Potter, who is the steamship Ohio without being able to
seriously ill here from a complication of locate the missing vessel owing to the WEEK'S FATAL LOSSES 350
stomach and liver troubles. His physi- smoke from the Tundra fires, which pre
cians, last night believed that his im-
proved condition warrants a decided. hope
for a favorable outcome of the case.
vents observers from seeing any dis-
tance. The vessel is believed te be wait
lng on the Yukon flats for the fog an
6moke to raise.
Seven hundred Were Wounded In
Fighting In Tabriz.
The Corwin spoke the United States ASB VISITING CARDS.
YOUNG MAN TAKES POISON Revenue Cutter Thetis and the Brltis TABRIZ. July 6. During the last
steamer Beeckley. The latter is coal week's fighting In this city, 350 men
laden from Nanalmo. B. C, and showed were killed and 700 were wounded.
Prompt Action of Drug Clerk Saves
them the channel in through the ice to
The horsemen under Rachln Khan,
The British boat went ashore who are fighting on the side of an
near Sinrock River, 25 miles from Nome, Shah, continue their pillaging and
the W. G. SMITH 8 CO. 269-27- 1 Morrison Street
but was uninjured and will be floated archv is spreading throughout the WASHINGTON BUILDING
Despondent because of a. love affair with high tide- - whole of Northern Persia. Cr. Fouxtk aad Wacklnctoa Sta.