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JOURNAL. t Hall I l0ttmal VOL. XVIII. VDE AND SCHNEIDER ARE lM i 1 , mII-1 I i , ZAR ORDERS All -- . .. , ' ' ' -. i , , tami IAD CHECK IS PASSED ON PATTON HARRY GLENN It op tub penitentiary one IWKKK EX-CONVICT PASSES J.I) PAPER ARRESTED 818 HlErt'NDEI) HOOKSIAN. Iai a result of his gcnlnl.and con king nature, Hnl D. Patton, nowly kcteu representative irom .Marion onty, and popular cnndldnto for taker, hns been buncoed out of IS by an e.-convlct, Harry Glenn, to was released from tno pcnitcn iry only a week ago. Kjlenn called nt Fntton's bonk we Just at the closing hour Frldny imlng, and asked Patton to cash n tck for $18, saying that ho wnB a (Continued on pago Ave.) ICHICAGOSW PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE . THE WHITE FAIR 5 A L L fl now In full progress at tho CHICAGO STORE. All Whke Goods 'throuchaut the storo aro radically reduced. Thousands of Items to (Pick from. Now Is the tlmo for Everybody to gst a sharo of those White Fair Bargains. Read on White Parasols ALL REDUCED 19c, 03c, 85c. OHc $1.25 nnd up India Linons ALL REDUCED W 7 He, 8 1.3c, Oc, 12 J c nml up Light Calicoes ALL REDUCED ?H and 8 1-3 Calicoes Now reduced to ,Oc Yd Dress Goods and Silks ALL REDUCED Yd. t3c, 25c, 33c, 40c nml up White Hosiery ALL REDUCED :w pair. . . .15c, ISc and 25c !mmer Vests, now Oc White Waists ALL REDUCED 4c, 05c, 85c, 08c and $1.23 'The Store That rf iNO GO-EDS IN RUSSIAN COLLEGES IS, CZAR'S EDICT EXPKLLS WOMEN PROM ALL UNI i VERS1TIES IN E.MIMRE AP PEAL IS SLIDE TO ROUSLI TROUHLE SI AY FOLLOW. ' i ' (United Press Leased Wire.) St. Petersburg, June 22. Czar NIcholriB to'dny promulgated one of the most sweeping rneasuros tver Is sued In RubbIu; by which Till women students are ordered expelled from Russian universities. Tho order effects 2200 women, many of whom are nearlng gradua tion and tho bitterness Is widespread. Tho czar Issued the Instructions to SIlnlBter von Kauffman, chief of, tho fContlnued on pago five.) Ladies Suits ALL REDUCED Now h your time to get Bar gains. nr."lS:.'.'r8.r.o,.o..,o ,j&sa..'.80.s..".w j Saves You Money 4?sS3t If Mi mm fit riraHsiJ Bmi. t3J n n n n n n ei htr nrrwi JSreSgaWJrW S,ILESI. OREGON, WOMEN OUT OF RUSSIAN UNIVERSITIES i - - i i , BURGLARS MAKE A BIG HAUL $12,000 IN GEMSlWITH VAQUI INDIANS OESIS LYING LOOSE IN SHOPS AT ROSS LAND, II. C, EASY ROOTY FOR THIEVES NO CLUES. TO ROIHIERS. t (United Prew Leased Wlre.i Spoknno, WnBh., Juno 22. News has just renched hero that diamonds valued at $12,000 have leon stolen from the work shop of tho Diamond Drill company, of Rosslnnd, B, C. Tho burglars, evidently knowing that the stones wcro Inylng loose about tho shop, broke Into tho build ing, gathered them up and disappear ed with their loot. When the workmen left tho shop Saturday night thoy failed to put tho diamonds, which wore tho property of Stono & Knight, Spokane business men, In the safe, It Is thought thnt this fact- beenma known to jiersotiii who were watching the workmen. o LONGFELLOW'S NIECE I1REAKS ENGAGEMENT TO SHNISTER i United I'rem Leased Wire.) Sausallto, Cnl.. June 22. Society on both sides of tho bay is discussing today the choicest bit of gossip thnt It hns hnd to unroll itg tongud on for many months, In the nows that MUs Mnrv fSrponlonf. dniichtor of tllO latO Jnmes E. Grcenlenf, tho Boston nrt lt and nleco of Henry Wndsworth Longfellow, tho poot, has broken off tin nmrnrximnnt with tlln rtnv. fleo. Maxwell, rector of a fashlonnblo Eplpcopal church hero. Tho wedding to have tnken pine In April of thin year but It was not until today thnt tho friends of tho young pastor woro Informed thnt the young woman had broken off her cngngomont with tho pnBtor. No ronson Is g'ven for tho net, and the subject Is exciting Interest among tho bl'io Btocklngs of tho bay region. Tho young people becomo engaged when Rev. SInxwoll wns attending Itarvard university some years ago. -- AUTOIRTR HAVE A NARROW ESCAIT United rres Leased Wire ) Kalama, Wash., Juno 82. FranK Robertson, lr. nnd Mrs. George E. Wnlte of Portland, and Miss Reita Pemberlon of Tncoma. aro congratu lating each othor today and ore re ceiving the congratulations of their frlende on their nnrrow escape from death or Injutv when a big nutomo b'lo in which thoy woro riding p'nngod to tho Kalnmn rlvor, enrry !np thorn Into tho chilly water. Tho party started from Portlnnd Sunday afternoon for n dMve to Ta coma. While thev woro riding ncros n br'dge over tho Kalatna rlvor, some distance from tho city. Robertson, who WE8 In chnrgo of the car, step ped on tho running board to examlno n chain, loavo Walto In charge of the !." i ' ..rn.iB no lost control of tho machlno. and n moment Inter the party found iisen BiruBBis the Bhnllow water. The car was re coverad In good shape and Robertson ran bli gests to tho nearest railroad station whore they boarded a train. Robertson proceedod to Tacoma In his car. rMiMTOii.jviT.n nnIBI nTV rt'nltel I'reii .wtl WlrM Berkeley. Cal., J'no 22. Prof. Josenh L. Voyel and his fellow en Snsts of the Psychical Research society, who claim to have discover another burled city by monnB of a divining rod are today making prep arat'ons to excavate the spot. Attended by nearly 100 recruit to his Psychical research society, many 5 whom were well known society women Prof. Voyal started out ovr he "hfua back of the University California yesterday on his second expedition In search of burled cltle. WRh the aid of pyslchlc compasw'. divining rods and other Instruments, fhe enthusiastic explorers decided that a large pllo of rocks on the side of a hill was the sceno of the sec ond forgotten city and returned to Berkeley Jubilant In their fiend SIONDAY, JUNE 22, 1008 U.S.TROOPS ARE AT WAR IN MEXICO PEAR .MASSACRE OP AMEHICANS YANKEE AND SIEXIOAN SOL IHEIIS I'REPARi: TO QUELL REVOLUTIONARY SPIRIT. rtlnltrJ Prens !.rnid Wire.) City of Mexico, June 22. Fonrlng la mnssnero of Americans by Yaqul inuinns in tno n.ortnern stnto of Mex ico, United States' nnd Mexican troops today ore waging vigorous warfare to crush forover the murderous tribe. Iif a bntjle nt Buena Vista In tho stnto or Chihuahua, the Indians re sisted so desperately that 20 woro killed and many wounded boforo they were put to flight. The towns people aided the soldiers, even tho women tnklng n hand In tho fray. Tno war department has proparcd Ln campnlgn of extermination, bollov King this tp btf tho pn'bffdctlVeYtfWo'arkcllli con means of putting nn end to tho depro djitlons of the unruly Indians. Tho. I Ynquls, by soino mysterloiiB menns, have spread among tho tribes tho news of tho government's Intontlon i nnd nrc banding together for one last 'stand, meanwhile pillaging towns and murdering people. American troops nro pntrolllng the Mexican s'de of tho Illo Grnndo, with permission of President Dlnz to avert tho massacre which It h fenrcd !b Im pending. (i SUiriDE RELIEVED TO i RE PENNSYLVANIA GUAFTKK I . (United Trent I.tnicd Wlre.i Port Townsond, Wash., Juno 22 Informat'on thnt hns renched the of flclnhi hero lend to the belief that the body of tho doad man found hero two wooks ago, partially Idontlfled ' ns J. G. Brain, wob thnt of n suicide growing out of exposures In the statu capital graft ensos In Pennsylvania rocontly. Identity wns wholly ob scured beyond n tailor's clothing mnrk nnd a part of a letter hond carrying the nmne of a Philadelphia l architectural decoratinng firm. In n letter signed "John," n Chicago man has tent to Chief or Pollco Barclay a photograph that may bo a plcturo of the ded man, nnd should Identifi cation bo established, news of tho fculcldo will be provided. It hns been determined thnt the 1 dead man was an nrchltect nnd thnt he had been a rosldont of Philadel phia within the past yonr. Tho body was found in a clustor of shrubbory near the city park. From the cloth ing $10 was talton, and near by a i scrap of paper was found with tho poncilod words "May God forgive me." He wn- supposed to have been on rout9 from San Francisco to Tread well, Alaska, as a strike breaker. ADVISE OPEN PORT FOR YOKOHAMA inliil l'rm Ifie Wlre.i I Yokohama, June 22. Dr. TnJIrl, formerly tho vice minister of finance of Japan, In a public speech today urged that Yokohama must becomo a free port like Hamburg, so that Ja pan will receive the bonoflt of In creased commorce by way of the Pan nma canal. ' The suggestion met with m'.icn ' favor and probably will he adopted, If complications standing In the wuy I can b overcome. Dr. TaJIrl said that 'japan should bo ready to meet thd Jncresse In commerce, which will 'ollow the opening of tho canal and should let no barrier stand In th wRy of the development and mar itime trade. i o u'iii ir..n. ftl,l Tnr SSliin 3t ne 2 "L A rancisco, June " "" . Can Prnnrlsco ,ber of the old time friends of Capta'n .Richard W. Nye. wno Jias i oeen i ar rested on the charge of selling 5S00 worth of macnuiery irum mo vui er Gayhead on which he was watch man, will probably come to the res cue of the unfortunate captain today. Captain Nye was for more than 30 years a prominent nnvlgalur on thu rnmit mt has recently been acting as 'watchman for the Pacific Coabt .Whaling & Steamship company. FOUND BENSON AND DIM0ND ARE VINDICATED Al WASHINGTON D.C. JURY OUT SINCE FRIDAY CASK ON TOUR YEARS GUILTY ONES WILL HE PUNISHED ON ALL COUNTS. (Unlttd Prem lnttd Wire.) Washington, Juno 22. After hav ing b3en out slnco Friday noon, tho Jury In tho Hyde-Bonson land frnud ensea this nfternoon returned n vor dlct jot guilty against Frederick A. llydo mid Joost H, Schneider on nil counts and not guilty In the cases of Henry A. DImond and John A. Bon Bon on all counts. It hns tnken more than four yean to reach the conclusion of tho ense. Tho first Indictments wero returned ngalnnt tho four men February 7, iinin' ....hi iOBt a.,,m 10p4, but tho trials did not actually MDlrncv to defraud the . zovrnnieni out of vnluablo timber Innds jt'y Mm' of tho "dummy entry" systohi o( on- rolling flct'tlous nnmus. pimond wan an attorney for Benson nnd was hold not to have had nny guilty knowledge of the transaction. Bon son mndo Ills defense on tho ground thnt ho did not purposely do any thing fraudulent In connection with (linking entries. Tho Jury returned Hh verdict at 3:40 o'clock. Tho membors wen polled ns to every count in tho In dictment with respect to Hydo nnd nnswored guilty every time. The first count chnrgos unlawful con Hplrncv nnd the other counts chnrgo conspiracy to defraud tho govern ment of the United States'. n ROOSEVEIT AS HA HI) A PLAYEH AH HE IS WORKER crnlteil Press UniJ Wlre.i OyBter Bny., L. I., Juno 22. Pres ident Roosevelt "went Into his trim mer schedule today and took up hU piny with nlinott ns much vigor ns ho has given his work recently In Wash Ington. Tho town pooplo are full of renow ed llfo rlnco tho nrrlvnl of tho Rooso volts nt Sngnmoro hill. The Presi dent wus up early and nppenred In n light sumtuor suit. Ho went for n rJdo nbout tho place and nrrangod for tenn's games and trlpa on thri Sound. Secrotnry Taft Is expected to nr rive next week and ho will be tho flrat Important vDltor of tho sum mer. It Is not announced how long Tnft will romnln but It Is expected that he and the President will make formnl plans for tho coming cam paign. HAN FRANCISCO SNAILS TICKLE FHENCH PALATES M'nlled Pre" I.eniH Wlre.i Han Francisco. June 22. It's a far cry from San Frunclsco to Paris, ytt It became known hero today tnai in' tho back yard of a homo here nnll nre bolng raised to tlcklo tho palntes of Parisian gourmentB. Mrs. Caro line Rlxford Js the pioneer of th's new Industry. So far none of tho snails have been sacrificed on local gastronomic altars. o ... CHINESE AMBASSADOR'S WIFE DISAPPOINTS 'FRISCO CHINESE fTnlltd I'rei Leased Wire.) San Frnnclscol June 22 Tho Jocal Chinese colony Is disappointed to day bocauso of the sudden departure of Sirs. Wn Ting Fang, wife of the Chinese minister to the United Rtntos and hor son. Tho two wore to have land l"r -uu. i i i "". num-lon the guests of honor at a bit . i. ,.,... nni..t,, onii rft tn have been especially honored by a recp- tlnn In cmnntown lomorrow, mn Mrs. Wu Huddonly discovered that sho had lost a day cros'lng the Pa cific ocean, she found that she hart to hurry on to Washington to he la time for the celebration of her hus band's birthday. To have been late on that occasion would have bean a disgrace according to the tenets oi her people. NO. 1R2 GUILTY BANKER GIVEN A ROASTING BY PROSECUTOR SAN FRANCISCO RANK WRECKER SLIDE TARGET FOR CUTTING SPEECH CASE GOES TO JURY TO.MOHHGW. (United Prtii Leased Wire I 8nn Francisco, Juno 22, Coward, cui", thief and liar woro tho epithets applied to Walter J. Bartnott, ac cused with wrecking of tho Califor nia Safe Deposit & Tfuet company, by Assistant District Attorney Cook; In one of the fiercest Invostlves over hurled against n mnn nt tho bar to day; Cook went nt length Into the evl denco that had been Intro duced In tho caio and frequently pointing his finger nt tho defendants he ehoutcd his scorlaton In the very tooth of Bnrtnett, who sat ImpHSJlve; and Mnmovod through It all. Conk nsked for n conviction of the WsfCcounrMiFtpevtfndUeinfttt ont wWch Bartnott Is fcolnj; trl, That- of , S stealing $31,700 'n fpeclal Umln- ' A Istrntor of tho estate of the IMe Ml Ion M. Colton. ' "Thnt man Bartnett," cried Cook, pointing nt tho accused mnn, "la " guilty of he Vom kind or brl'hch of fnlth. Ho has provod faUo to tho trilSt llllt In him tiv (tin ilnnil It- Id. gOllty of n breach of tho Jatfg otfloj, nnd' gentlemen; upon Vour vordld, depends tho flnnl conflduiico of this city." Cook declared thnt he wn no do fender of J. Dnlrell Brown. Hrofru, Bartnett nnd Trcadwell, ho unld, nro rfiannnalliln fnr Mm wVnntrltKv iit Mm bank. Brown Ih eerv'ng a term In nrlson. The prosecutor unld' thht L'nrtnott brought the Colton necun- tlf liArn frnm Nau Vnrl fnr tlin nv. pri'si purposo of hynothecatlpg them in nuip oui ina innxen unnK, The defonso will spnnk this nfter noon nnd the ense will probably go to tho Jury tomorrow. UNARLE TO LAND GIRL IS SHIP'S GUEST (United 1'reti (.eateri Wirt.) Sonttle, Juno 22. After having been n continuous pnncngnr on tho pteamshlp Princess Royal fnr four days, Sllss Sylvlnlu Edwards-, pretty and about 20, last evening completed hor Involuntary voyago. fho got on the boat Inut Wednesday In Victoria, B..C, and since that ufternoon had been enjoying tho trlnngulur run to the discomfiture of the C. P. railroad officials. The Uultod States Immigration of loom refiiBed tn let her 'and In tho United States nnd tho Cnuudlnn Im migration ofllcinU woro oujally In sistent on demnndlng thnt she keep out of Canada. Young Silts Edwards went to Vlc torln from this side of tho line on the understanding that Mil was a native of Cniindn. In tho Hrltlslt Co lumbia capital, however, the pollco looked on her with suspicion. Hht told them she rumo from Portland, and on this Information Dr. MUnt, Cnnndlnn immigration agent, order ed her deportation. Tho I nlted States Immigration of ficials nt Victoria protested ngnlnt tho woman being sent to Seattle, but the Canadian Immigration men worn obdurato It took just four duy to secure tho necetkar" Information al Portland t tabllsh the fact I hut tho young oman wbb of America birth, and during all that tlmo h enjoyed tho bet that the steamship afforded. , - BIO FINK FOR trust ro.Min.vn (United Press l.easl Vlr i New York. June 22 Federal Judge Hough today fined 24 mauu- roi.firn.i n tho minor triiHt 12000 eaoh on pleas of guilty to tho charg" of violating tho Sherman anti-trust llaw, Twenty-fhreo membors of tl" alleged combination wero Indicted by the federal grand Jury last week and another pleaded guilty without being indicted.