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Open Golf Championship.
XEYY i r ORK, Sept. fi. —In addition
entries and officials there was a
irmy of golf enthusiasts about
thf links of the Baltuerol Golf club, at
S> m X. .).. today on the occasion of
• ing <>f the amateur champion
tournament of the United States
■ ■' -•••0.-iation. The presence of so
imlookers was evidence of the
teres! taken in this year's com-
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ts your wife and children,
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Protects your business enterprises.
ts a mortgage on your prop
tles the purchase price for a
ts partners of a business firm
Pi mits you to live up to your in
come.
Drop a Portal Card Today
MILTON HUBER, Dist. Mgr.
Box 227. Wallet Walla. Wash.
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i petition, an interest that has not been
equale 1 since the sport was Intro
duced in America. This interest is
i due in part to the fact that several
foreigners are entered in the tourna
ment, which gives a possibility of the
. amateur honors of the United States
; being carried abroad in tlie same man
j tier that the American player, Walter
.1. Travis, went to England last spring
; and captured tiie British champion
! ship. Will: such American experts at
the game as Travis and Watson among
the participants it is certain that the
foreign participants must work hard
before they will he able to even the
score by capturing the honors in the
present tournament. Today and tomor
! row are given up to tlie medal play
j rounds (IS holes). The match play
j rounds will he contested Thursday and
; Friday and the finals on Saturday.
To Succeed Murdered Brother.
NEW Y*>RK. Sept. 6.—Rev. Robert
M. Labaree, late pastor of the Presby
terian church at Doylestown, Pa., sail
ed today en route to I'rumia, Persia,
THE EVENING SfAfESMAN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1904.
the place of his birth, to succed his
! brother, Rev. Benjamin M. Labaree, the
missionary whose murder by natives
aroused the civilized world several
I years ago. Mi-. Labaree. though born in
I Persia, has been a resident of this
. country since he was fourteen years
old and is a graduate of Marietta col
lege and of Princeton Theological
seminary. His father, who is now
' eighty years of age. has been, for many
; years superintendent of missions with
S headquarters at Urumi-a.
Reunion of Louisiana Veterans.
BATON ROGUE, La., Sept. 6.—This
city is today in the ban is of the Tint
ed Confederate Veterans and their
friends, whose annual state convention
was opened under most favorable aus
pices. Visitors arrived in large num
bers last night and this morning am'
more are on the way. The cfty If
handsomely decorate 1 in their honor. .
The gathering will continue for two
days. In addition to the business ses
sions which are being held at the state
university, the programme
for many features of outdoor enter- ;
tainment.
Receive Pope's Blessing.
MONROE, Mich.. Sept. ♦>.—A special
blessing from his holiness Pius X.,
signed with his own hand, and a mag
nificent medal blessed and forwarded
by the pontiff, were among the honors
received today by John Davis in com
memoration of the completion of his
fifth tli year as a parochial school
teacher at St. Mary's school, this
place. It is said to be the first time
that papal honors have been conferred
on a laymen in America for such ser
vices in parochial school work. The
singular and exceptional recognition
was secured through Cardinal Martin
elli. the papal delegate, at the sugges
tion of some of Mr. Davis' former pu
pils.
Battle Creek
SANITARIUM
THE PROPER BATH
is very essential at this time of
the year. The Third street Bath
House is located in the basement
of the Stencel building. Stop in
and see our equipment which con
sists of plain, Turkish, effervescent,
electric and medicated baths. Salt
glows oil and alcohol rubs, mas
sage, scalp and facial treatment
If you wish to feel comfortable
during this hot weather, do not
neglect your bathing.
Trained Nurses in Attendance
PHONE MAIN 705
C. W. ENOCH, Prop.
. NO. 10 SOUTH THIRD
AN ANTI-MARRIAGE CLUR
THE "SINGLE FILERS" A UNIQUE
ORGANIZATION FORMED
IN IOWA.
Twenty-five Dollars Is the Penalty for
Entering the Married State
With These People.
DES MOINES, lowa. Sept. 6.—Fifty
men and women in Dcs Moines who
believe that marriage is a failure have
organized the "Single-Filers" club.
Under the rules, any member who
marries must pay a fine of $25. Ru
mors that any member is engaged, or
even "keeping company" with any
member of the opposite sex with se
rious intentions, are carefully inves
tigated, the president, secretary and
executive board acting as a board of
investigation. In the event charges
ire sustained, a fine of $1 to $25 cash
is assessed. Failure to pay the fine
means expulsion and the forfeiture of
125, which must be put up by each
member as an initiation fee.
The object of the club is to dis
courage matrimony. E. H. Gillette, a
prominent citizen and leading literary
light, is its president. Mr. Gillette was
divorced from his wife several years
igo. The divorced wife still resides in
this city with her daughter and moves
in one of the most exclusive social sets.
Mrs. Dickson Jones, sec
retary of the I«»wa Humane society, is
secretary of the unique club. The first
meeting of the fall season was held
today, when plans were laid for ex
tending the campaign and enlisting
more persons who will promise never
to marry again.
"We are just as much single per
sons as those who have never been
wedded," says Mrs. Jones, who has
herself been wedded three times and
as many times appealed to the courts
for a legal separation.
"We afe just as much single per
sons as those who have never been
wedded," says Mrs. Jones. "I believe
we are more so, as we have had expe
riences which will keep us out of pit
falls. We are no longer susceptible."
"Do you harve both men and women
members?" Mrs. Jones was asked?
"( »h. yes."
"Is there no danger that such mingl
ing of the sexes in a social way will
promote rather than retard marriage?"
"Well, we're pretty much all set
against marriage. We have one wo
man, though, in tlie society who will
sonn have to be fined and expelled. She
said at the last meeting that there was
langer of her falling from grace. When
we called her attention to the fact
that it will cost her $25. she remarked
that if she received a proposal from a
source from which she expects one to
come, she could pay $500 and still look
pleasant."
The "Single-Filers" club is made up
of many of the smartest society people
in Dcs Moines. The membership is
confined to residents of West Grand
avenue, the most fashionable street in
the city.
NEGLECTED COLDS.
Every part of the mucous membrane,
the nose, throat, ears, head and lungs,
etc.. are subjected to disease and blight
from neglected colds. Ballard's Hore
hound Syrup is a pleasant and effective
remedy. 25c, 50c. $1.00. W. Akendrick.
Valley Mills. Texas, writes: "I have
used Ballard's Horehound Syrup for
coughs and throat troubles; it is a
pleasant and most effective remedy."
The Upington drug store, dealers.
TRAMP'S DEATH CAUSES ARREST
John North of Auburn Charged With
Manslaughter.
SEATTLE, Sept. s.—Joan North, a
; well known young' Auburn man, has
I been charged with manslaughter for
; the killing of Charles A. Paulson, near
Auburn. May 1. He was exonerated at
I the time for the shooting, but never
theless the complaint charging him
' with manslaughter was sworn out by
, Andrew Chilberg, representative of the
! Swedish government in Seattle. The
warrant was issued after a consultation
\ between Mr. Chilberg aad friends of
i the dead man.
The arrest of North will be a eom
\ plete surprise to his friepds in Auburn,
, who thought the incident of the killing
i closed. It was believed that the man
killed was a mere tramp. A coroner's
: jury, which exonerated North, heard
all of the facts in the case obtainable
jat the time. Coroner Hoye. who inves
j tigated the killing and who held the in
; quest, says that it will be impossible
jto convict North of any crime on ac
j count of the shooting, and expresses
j the belief that the young man will be
I released soon.
j The warrant for North's arrest was
I placed in the hands of the sheriff. It
J was expected that North's many friends
will at once give the required bail and
that he may not have to go behind the
bars at all.
The shooting of Paulson by North,
who was a member of the posse as
sisting City Marshal Joe Berner. of
AUDUm, occurred in clearing the town
of an objectionable class of men. Ber
ner. the town marshal. had been
bound, gagged and an attempt made
to kill him a short time before by
tramps who made Auburn and the vi
cinity their headquarters. A man had
been wantonly murdered for his money
near the city by hoboes and his bod;,
thrown across the deadly third rail
of the Internrban road.
Headed by Joe Berner, John North.
Edward Bissell and others. Auburn
citizens started after several alleged
tramps who were believed to be the
men. who had threatened the life of
Mrs. Libby O'NeiL who lives on the
outskirts of Auburn.
A crow d of several people w ere ha fl
ed by the posse ami ordered to halt.
The men did not come to a Standstill
and Marshal Berner fired several shots
in the air to frighten them into stop
ping.
The shots did not have the desired
effect and the men kept on running.
North brought up his rifle and fired
There is a difference of opinion as to
whether he meant to kill one of the
men of whether he intended to frighten
them. The bullet struck Paulson, in
flicting a mortal wouud. He died with
in a few minutes.
ABSCESS.
W. H. Harrison. Cleveland. Miss.,
writes, August 15, 1902: "I want to
say a word of praise for Ballard's
Snow LJniment. I stepped on a nail,
which caused the cords in my leg to
contract and an abscess to rise in my
knee, and the doctor told me that I
would have a stiff leg. so one day 1
went to J. F. Lord's drug store (who
is now in Denver, Colo.) He recom
mended a bottle of Snow Liniment:
I got a 50c size, and it cured my leg. It
is the best liniment in the world."
ABSCESSES, with few exceptions,
are indicative of constipation or debil
ity. They may, however, result from
blows or from foreign bodies, intro
duced into the skin or Mesh, such as
splinters, thorns, etc. Tlie Upington
drug store, dealers.
!The Portland Trust Company of Oregon, which was
established in ISS7, has ample capital and resources,
and numbers among its stockholders some of the
wealthiest citizens of Portland, and also a great many
Eastern capitalists. This 'Company has devised a
very convenient form of employing funds that may be
temporarily idle, so that the depositor may get inter
est upon them, and still have them available upon :i
reasonable notice.
MONEY SAVERS
Of whom there are many in Eastern Oregon and Washington, should
remember that
"The Oldest Trust Company In Oregon"
issues interest-bearing certificates of deposit that pay a good rate of
interest, and can be drawn at any time by giving a certain number of
days' notice.
Full particulars are obtained in our book of
ILLUSTRATIONS
which we shall be glad to send you, and at the same time to give you
any further information that you may require.
Portland Trust Co. of Oregon
109 Third Street
BENJ. I. COHEN. President
H. L. PITTOCK. Vice-Preiident
B. LEE PAGET. Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA. Assistant Secretary
MCUREDI
TO STAY CURED j
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Gleet j
Gonorrhoea arid Stricture 4
NO PAIN <
m. The Master Specialist of Seattle %
f Established, 1880.
I I want every man afflicted with Varicocele, Stricture. Contagious 1
f Blood Poison. Nervous Debility. Hydrocele, or allied trouble to come {
!to the Dacres hotel, room 4, where I will be all this week, commencing *
Monday, September sth to 11th. where I will explain to him my 4
method of curing these diseases. I invite in particular all men who f
% have become dissatisfied with treatment elsewhere. I will demonstrate J
9 to your entire satisfaction why I can cure you permanently. My con- V
V saltation is free, and my charge for a perfect cure will be reasonable, T
_ and not more than you will be willing to pay. 4
f CERTAINTY OF CURE. ♦
\ Is what you want. I give you a legal guarantee to cure you or refund 4
f your money. What I have done for others, I can do for you. 4
t " Remember lam at the Dacres hotel all of this week commencing J
9 September sth and ending next Sunday morning September 11th. Also.
► I call your attention once more to the fact that I am sending you my T
_ German Specialist on Diseases of Women. He will be on hand Wed- J
f nesday afternoon. September 7th. and will consult with you and ex- $
famine your case carefully, and tell you what is the matter with you, 4
I absolutely free of charge. Remember, he speaks fluently in German 4
f or English. And if you are in any doubt of him being a graduate of f
h Berlin. Germany, ask him to show you his diploma. He will have it f
f with him. 4
¥ N. B. —Remember my office hours at the Dacres hotel, while in W al- 7
F la Walla, will be 8 a. m. to 12 m.: 1 to 5 p. m.; and 7 to S p. m. £
f My treatment is successful and strictly private. 4
\ T>JEt. E. M. KATCLIFEE I
► 115 YESLER WAY. KERN BLOCK. SEATTLE. WASH. J
Number threb
WILL SWIN6 DELEWARE
DEMOCRATS ARE HOPEFUL OF
CARRYING THE STATE
THIS FALL.
Not More Than a Thousand Vote*
to Change Over Says Ex-Sena
tor Keeney.
DOVER, Del.. Sept. 6.—Former Tutt
ed States Senator R. R. Kenney an<i
other democratic leaders of Delaware
in attendance <>n the state convention
of their party in session here today
express confidence that they will be
able to swing the state into the demo
cratic column next November. In
discussing the outlook. Senator Ken
ney said: "We feel confident of car
rying the state for Parker and Davis.
<>ur people who strayed away in IS9B
and 1900 are coming bac kto us. We
calculate that there will be not more
than 1000 votes to overcome this ytar,
and 1900 are coming back to us. We
chinery and perfect harmony that per
vades the party we are very hopeful of
victory."
Today's convention will name a full
state ticket to oppose the tickets put
up by the two factions of the repub
lican party. Caleb s. Pennewell of
Kent. Joseph K. Ha Hand of Sussex,
and Mayor Bird of Newcastle, are
among those whose names are men
tioned in connection with the guberna
torial nomination.
Wyoming Democrats.
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Sept. 6. — A dis
patch from Rock Spring says there
was a good attendance at the opening
of the Wyoming state democratic con
vention there today. Tlie convention
will nominate candidates for congress,
governor, state treasurer ami judge of
the supreme court
"He's quite bald. I understand," "Al
most. He has just two wisps of hair
left." "Indeed." "Yes. and he rails one
'the fool' and the other 'his money.*'

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