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' DAILY OATITAIi JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1007.
'4 : WB";WTH P. h l f. SPOKANE HUNTING AFFINITIES ClubXFormcd to Provide Wives For Spokane's Young Men Spokano, Wash., Sopt. 27. De signed to solve tho problem of the scarcity of marriageable young la dlos In tho Inland Empire, tho SpQ kano Affinity Club has Just organized with theflo efllcers: President, J. 0. Drown, secretary of tho Spokano Brokers' Exchange; secretary nnd treasured, Wallco A. McDurnoy, vlco prosldent and manager of tho Falls City Lumbor Company; manager, Cndwalder .Tones, manngor of tho Unltod Stool and Equipment Com-T-nny. Branches nro to bo established In every town of moro than 500 inhnb itnntfl throughout tho Spokano coun try, embracing 1G0 squnro miles In Eastern Washington, Northern Ida ho, Northwestern Oregon, Western Montana and Southern British Co lumbia, nftor which It Is tho pur poso to extend tho Influence of the club nil over tho Northwostorn and Pacific coast states nnd provlncco. "President Hrown gnvo out tho fol lowing slntomont nt tho closo of tho organization moeting: "Tho purposo of tho club Is to jirovldo wives for ollgtblo young men of tho Bpoknno country by Inducing thorn to como Into tho district. Thoro Is a groat scarcity of young womon 1n tho Northwest, and tho Inland Em plro Is no oxcoptlon. I am not over stating tho fact whon I any that G000 womon botwoon tho nges of 20 nnd ttO yonrs could And good husbands nnd comfortnblo homos In Spokano nlono. This may soom an extrava gant statomont In a city of noarly 100,000 population, but tho fnct Is that tho young mon hnvo como to thin city In hiicIi lnrgo numbors dur ing tho last 18 mouths thoro nro not enough girls to go around. "Tho Aral Htop In tho campaign to bring young womon Into tho country will bo to wrlto to our frlonds nnd acquaintances In tho old homos In tho Mlddlo-wostorn, Knstorn, South ern and Now Euglnnd stntos and "Enstorn Canada, urging thorn to como trt tho Northwost, nnd thou pro vnll upon thorn to wrlto to tholr girl ncqunlntanrcH. In that wny a chain nystnm will bo ostnbllsbod, and tho problem finally solved." President Hrown added that nn.v ninn botwoon tho ngos of -2H nnd 40 years, Industrious dud of good char notor and possessed of nt least $1000 or Its equivalent In realty, Ih ellglblo to uiomhorHhlp In tho club. Tho or ganization will provldo the minister, bent man and ushors, nlso a matron to glvo tho hrhlo away and foot tho bills of tli wodding fonst, to which nil unmnrrlosd members will bo In vited as guests. Tho club proposes touching also Into tho larger ottlos for working women, who will bo provided with transportation to Spo kano and given employment In of Hcoh, stoicH and households. They will bo roqutrod to hnvo slatomontH from at least throo porsons, of whom one shall bo n mlulHtor, In tholr linino city, vouohlug for tholr charac ter and gouornl behavior. o TALE OF WOE FROM IOWA FRISG0 BRIBERY CASES San Francisco, Sopt. 27. Max Manlock, an ox-huporvlsor, was on the stand this morning In the For( trial, and sufTored under tho severe vrouB-oxnmlimtlon of Earl Rogers, for tho defense. Mnnlnok tostlllod that ho borrowed $1800 from An il row Wilson, another corrupt minor vlBor. lingers tried to get witness to say ho borrowed It from Juntos Gallagher. YltnoBa flatly donlod this. ItogorH then showed him a copy of hlH testimony heforo tho grand Jury, where ho said ho had borrowed tho money from Clulhighor "Oh yes," said tho witness. "1 remember now. I borrowed Mint from (InJlaghor to pay back Wilson." Constant wrangling botwoon Rog ers and Honey marked tho sosston. Judgo Iwlor was constantly Inter fering to keop tho attorneys within bounds, Supervisor Sanderson stated on tho stand that ho votod for the ovor Itenil trolley boonus ho thought it n good thing, and that ho votod for I1 "before ho rocetvcil any mouoy, nnd did not know that thoro was any money In It until ho got his onvelopo from aallaghor. .I o ii. Charley Km Hurled Tho funoral of Charley Koo, tho Chlnnmnn, who died Wodnsday us tho rosult of being kicked by n borco, took pluco this afternoon, and was largely attended, all Chinatown allowing tho hoarse. - i .1-. i .. O' ' i Owimih Round Over, Loh Angoloa, Sopt. 27. At tho prollmlnnry hoarlng today Dr. J. S. Owens, chnrgod wliU extortion by J. Whyto Kvana, of Portland, was hold to tho grand Jury. i o ' Other Could See, "Hut, my dear," nrotcatod nor "husband. " you should closo your eyes to tho fact that I am not per fect." "JBven If I did," roJolRed hla wife, 'tnt would not Impair tho vision of Hk Bcluhbora." Chicago Now. Des Moines. la., Sopt. 27. George T. Schlonkor, a farmer living rfoar Dos Moines, is noro. Ho Is mad clenr through. ThlB much Is to bo derived from tho talc of mental nn gulBh, sad disappointment and blighted hopes which ho sets forth In a suit filed in district court, in which ho asks for $550 damages from a local scod dealer. This spring Schlonkor, according to his sad story, purchnsed three and n half bushels of tomato seeds from tho dofondant. Ho dovoted several acres of his richest land to tholr culture. Through tho months that followed ho worked early and lato, valiantly fighting tho Insect hordes that attacked his loved plants and watering them by hand when Jupiter Pluvlus was not on tho Job. Visions of wealth haunted tho mind of Farmor Schlonkor, as ho conjured up hundreds of bushels of big, red, Juicy tomatoes, to bo sold on tho market at tho highest price. Tho final chnptor In Schlenker'a tnlo of woo lo almost too hnrrowlng for publication. The crop, Instead of tho big, red vnrloty which ho had expected nnd which ho supposed he had planted, turned out to bo tho llttlo yollow plum tomntocs, wholly unsalablo nnd without market valuo. Therefore, Schlonkor Is sore, and scoks financial salvo for his soro spots. o BISHOP TIIOBURN'S VISION (Continued from pago ono.) Bishop Modern St. Paul. Bishop Thoburn, who Is known in many lands ns "tho modern St. Paul," declared to his hearer's, at Oraco Mothodlst Episcopal church, that ho hns Just discovered this great fact, and -explained thnt he regards It ns tho most significant move ment within two or throo centuries. Ills attontlon wn3 nttractcd to It, ho sold, through tho Incoming of tho Hindus, about whoso arrival In Puget Sound porta thoro wns recent trouble. Uo snld thnt after visiting Sonttlo and talking with thorn In tholr hn tlvo Inngungo, ho realized that they nro but tho forerunners of tons of thousands who nro to follow, not only from India but also from Chlnn. Japan nnd Corcn, to say nothing of otlior countries, Including Europe Revolution of Omit Virion, To thoso who heard Bishop Tho burn and who know his oxporloncos, covering moro thnn 50 years In mis sionary sorvlco throughout tho world, his words cnrrlod groat weight, nnd mnny remarked that It waB tho rovolatlon of a groat vision by a man outlroly cnpablo of nc euroto prophecy. Tho bishop Bpoko for 30 minutes, In doflnnco of the or dors of his physicians, who hnvo for bidden him to talk In public on ac count of his dcllcnto honlth. Ho snld, howovor, that ho rogarded his Hiibjoct ns of yut Importance, and of sufllrlont wo'rth to aiBrognrd, for once, tho doctors. Xew Km Has Dnwiml. Bishop Thoburn, In tho courso of his remarks, asserted that ho had nttcortnlnod from tho Hindus who wore recently In trouble on tho Sound that thoy nro In this country of thflr own froo will. It wns then, bo said, that ho realized that n bIj? nlllcnnco far moro Important thnn usually Bupposod wrs nttnehod to tholr coming and reflection nnd study led him to tho linn conviction that a now ora hns dawned and thnt Clod Is to Hond tho bonlghted of other lands to this country for uplifting. Cannot Stem Tide. " I hopo no ono will grow alarm ed, " said Bishop Thoburn, "but Just as cortnln nB anything thnt has nl rondy transpired In history, tho Hin dus, tho Japanese, tho Chlneso and tho Corenns nro going to swnrm to this country, nnd wo mny ns woll try to swoop back tho tides of tho ocean ns to try to keep them out. No mat tor what tho rowdy oloment does, thoy are coming, nnd whothor thoy nro n peril or not lies with us. Wo must elthor lift thorn up or they will carry ub down. Thinks No Danger Threatens. "I do not think tho mnvomont to this country carries any dangor, for thoro Is plenty of labor for thoso who como, nnd thoy nro not npt to work nny harm to others. It Is a deop mystery to mo how thoso Hin dus who camo to tho Sound secured tholr pnssago, ns thoy hnvo to work I WINTER I,.- t IS HERE!; Soon you will bo wading through mud and slush. I Get a good home $ for your feet I huve Just received my win tor stock of shoes nnd can nleaso nud satisfy both tho young nnd old. Como and see my now lino of winter Bkoes boforo buying. Jacob Vogt 345 SUte Street IMH MH I II III V11 tack the vil The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There is ti disease prevailing in this country nibst dnngerous because so decep tive. Many sudden deaths arc caused by itheart dis ease, pneumonia, heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kid ney disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to advance, the kidney-poisoned blood will nt- ortraus. causing catarrh of the bladder, or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell. Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys. If you are feel ing badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great lcldncy, liver and bladder remedy. It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it, and over comes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing .cases. Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fifty-cent nnd one-dollar size bottles. You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful new dis covery and a book thnt tells all about it, both sent free by mail. Address, Dr. Kil mer & Co., Binghnmton, N. Y. When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address, Diughamtou, N. Y., on every bottle. in tholr nntlvo land for from G to 12 conts a day, and how thoy got tho money to como horo I could not learn. Thoy declared, howovor, thnt thoy are hero of their own free will, and merely to bottor thorn selves. "I hnvo already had somo of the best men of this city appeal to mo to sccuro somo of thoso Hindus for work horo In Orogon, and nt this tlmo, I fool cortaln, I could place 5000 of them In this Btnto at once, If I sccuro thorn. History to Repent Itself. "Now, If I. can do this, somo ono Is going to do it In tho futuro. I can sco now the nations of tho earth turning to this country, nnd I roallzo that tho tide has alrondy Bet In. f thnnk God for tho Woman Home Missionary society for It Is equipped nnd, I bollovo, providentially, to enro for people who aro boglnlng to flock to our Bhores. As I stand on this platform today and sneak these words, I cannot but bollovo thnt his tory Is about to ropont Itsolf, and thnt a world-wide movomont 1b Just starting." Spent Life In Missions. Bishop Thoburn 1b ono of tho old est mombors of tho Eplscopncy, nnd hns spent practically his ontlro llfo In forolgn Holds, moro especially In din. IIo has circled tho globe many times, nnd hns hnd moro oxporlenco ns a missionary than nny living man it Is said by his associates. Ho Is ono of tho niOKt famous occlcsins- tlcal characters of tho contury, and In Methodism his nnmo Is a house hold word. The wonr and tenr of his work has so Impalrod his honlth thnt MILLINERY AT THE REASONABLE PRICED STORf ... ' ..i.i mmntv Mm rlomnmln for now hats for a fow dnvn nfint. ni. . wo were uuumu iu "W; " - - - uu weeK, can,j i exceptionally heavy sales in this department during fair week, and tho week preceedlng now replenished our stock by extra hard work of our eight ninkora and trimmers. Thi. i. cBt placo in town becauso Our Prices Arc Right and All Work Is Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction 240 Commercial St. RQSTEIN & GREENBAUM 246Commerx X for two years ho has been unablo to do much active work. Rlshop Will Retire. Ho has been bo enfeebled of Into thnt his physicians havo positively rofuscd to pormit him to speak in public for many months, and ho said yestorday that only tho vast impor tance of his subject caused him to disregard tholr orders and appear for a Bpeoch of half an hour. IIo Is living In Portlnnd at present, and hns announced that ho will petition tho next general conforenco of his church to rotlro him. o GONE TO KATALLA. FORGOT THEIR BABY Covington ami Rurjlson Probably on Their Wny to Alaska. Scattlo, Sept. 27. Information re' colved horo from a good Bourco forces tho pollco to bollevo thnt Prank Covington nnd CharleB Burll son loft Scattlo Soptombor 0th on tho steamor Santn Clara for Kotalln, Alnska. This throws tho pollco oft tho track in tholr search for tho sus pected murderers of Agnes Coving ton in this country. o Will Approve It, Rut Doesn't Like It. Washington, Sopt. 27. President Roosevelt announced yestorday that ho will npprovo tho Oklahoma con stitution. Tho President Bald ho hnd oxnm luod tho documont with Attornoy Gonornl Donnpnrto, and thnt ho folt thnt tho quostlon of his approval ought not to ho bnscd on his person al opinion of tho documont, but upon whothor It camo within the terms of tho onnbllng act. His personal opin ion of tho documont, tho President laughingly Bnld, wns "not fit for publication." Tho promulgation of hlu approval will bo mndo later. o To Ro Trlpd October lBtli. Uolso, Sopt. 27. Qeorgo A. Pot tihono, pale nnd thin, appeared In tho Adn county court room this morning and listened to a formnl ordor sotting his trial .for Octobor 15th. Judgo Wood then heard argu ments of nttornoyfl in tho injunction proceedings brought by Avery C. Mooro, to provont tho pnymont of the bill of tho Plnkorton dotoctivo agen cy cnuscd by tho Haywood trial. n i Doctor u Wrestler. Soattlo, Sopt. 27, In a prlvnte match Dr. Rollor dofoatod Emil Klnnck In a wrestling mntch, two falls out of throo, for $1000 a side. Swam Ashore to Join Wife But Over looked the Infant Victoria, Sopt. 27. Left on tho wharf by the Balling of tho steamers, Mrs. King snw hor husband jump from tho rail nnd swim ashore, bo thoy would not bo separated. In his excitement King forgot their baby, which was In tho cabin. IIo is now prostrated, but Is following tho Btenmor to Vancouver to got tho de sorted infant. o DELEGATES ELECTED. C. D. Mintou, of This City, One of the Lay Delegates. Portlnnd, Sopt. 27. Dolcgntcs to tho gonornl conferonco woro elected this morning nt tho Oregon Motho dlst convention, now bolng hold horo Tho ministerial dolcgntcs aro J. W. McDougal, of Albany; W. B. Hol llngshood, of Portland, nnd B. F. Rowland, of Portland. Tho lnymon delegates nre: R. A. Booth, of Eu gene; C. D. Mlnton, of Snlem, and B. L. Paget, of Portland. Whllo tho oloctlon of laymen delegates wns tak" Ing plnco tho ngod father of R. A. Booth, Robort Booth, was stricken with n Bovoro attack of lllnoss. Ad dresses from superannuated minis ters woro heard today, ns well as an address of H. D. Klmbnll, of Snlem, "On tho Education of Young Minis tors." o TeiTiblo Flood in Japan. Victoria, B. C; Sopt. 27. Advices of a torrlblo disaster duo to jjrent floods provnlllng in Japan hnvo boon recolvod. Tho overflow of tho rlvor Otonashlgawa, running through tho town of Eukuchiyamn, nenr Kyoto, causod tho loss of moro thnn COO llvos, tho rlvor rising moro than 00 foot. Will Change Name ant I. Z!StaSS thTsreFnerZWt11! also nhnn V'iKe 1 location on Commorcufi Monday, October m T ! buldinir nm.w"?. lb Zinn on stnin ..-.! '" I ROBT. S. CLARK mono 125. 325 Comj f HOTEL AnnrvAis. Willamette. Mrs. W. B. Johnnn Pa.1 Mr. nnd Mrs. W. D. DeyJ I'uiuunu, Ij. Charles, San Franclico H. B. Hall, Portland. ' E. Keono, Lebanon. A. E. Datln, Los Angelei. A. O. MacLeod, New York. C. M Rork, Portland. . D. Swain, Portland. B. L. Bnucom Portland. U. S. Drako. Portljiml C. II. Ovcrlnctnn. San Vn,A Constnnco Whcaldon, The D1 L. A. Porter, Tho Dalles. Kola Nols. Wnltor Locklo. San Fftndsco H. E. Stnnnard, Portland. Jos. Ellison, Portland. Ralcm. H N. Cokerllno, Albany. L. M. Smith, Portland. P.' D. Tuqun, Falls City. O. J. Eskolson, Llvln&itos. Wm. Tweed, Marion, Ind. Clnronco Caldwell, II. J. Romlon, Omaha. T. J. CIcmo, city. J. A. Schools. .T. T. Slum. D. M. Hamilton, MlnneipcEil L. L. Brooks, Corvalllt, R. B. Akor, Woodburt. II. A. Hlnshaw, Woodbn. A. R. Wlllard, city. Cnl in rro. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. C. SblrtliL&i ton, Wash. D. Swain, Portlnnd. II. J. Tnggart. New York. .1. u. llljl-io, lu.nuu ,rMM TO A A lUmii nnn TlfflCf W. C. Berdlno and wife, W J. E. Stunrl nnd wife. Callforl Before Yot Send That Boy to School This Fall Btiy Him a Rainproof Stit Yoo will be surprised at how mtich troublesome mending these suits will save you by reason of these wear-resisting features: RAIN PROOF MOTH PROOF DOUBLE SEAT DOUBLE KNEE WIRE SEWED BUTTONS i 'INDESTRUCTIBLE' ' COAT LINING SIZES, 6 TO J 6 YEARS Pt ices, $5.00 to $7.50 If Quality Is What You Want Come to the . 1 w III Mill i 36 Commercial Street A v.f kjy-. j. e X ir S.'U .at... Kal&HIIAS