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THJS BlOKXiaCx ORKGOHAN, FKLDA1T, AUGUST 25, 1905.
MAY IIP SULTAN
France Threatens to Seize
Town in Morocco.
TO AVENGE HER CITIZENS
Imprisonment of Algerian Brings
Grists If Release Is Refused,
Minister Will Iieavc and
Oudja Be Occupied.
PARIS, Aug. 24. As the result of a spe
:lal melting of the Council of Ministers
today. It was announced that a military
demonstration will be made against Mo
rocco unless the Sultan promptly yields
to the French demands for the release of
a French-Algerian citizen, a merchant
named Bouzlan, who was unjustifiably ar
rested at Gharb, a Moroccan town on the
Instructions were sent to the French
Minister at Fez,St. Bene Talllendler, to
make a final and Imperative demand on
the Sultan. The Minister was Informed
that, if this demand should be refused,
the entire personnel of the legation was
to depart from Morocco and a military
movement would simultaneously begin
along the Algerian frontier.
Will Occupy Border Town.
It is the intention of the military au
thorities to occupy a Moroccan border
town, probably Oudjda, owing to its
strategic command of the route to tho
Moroccan capital. However, the officials
are confident that the Sultan will yield
before the threat of using military force.
The demonstration, as planned. Is
Fomewhat similar to that which an Amer
ican squadron made at Tangier to compel
the release of Ion Perdlcarls, who was
captured by the bandit Ralsull. The
French authorities deemed a naval dem
onstration inexpedient, owing to possible
International complications resulting from
other countries sending warships to ob
serve the demonstration, while a. military
movement against- Morocco would -be
largely a police measure, not involving
the general political question of French
authority In Morocco. The' persistent re
fusal of the Sultan to yield, howevor,
might compel France to advance further
than a. border town.
Germany Approves Course.
Germany lias thus far approved the
French demands for redress, but fears
are expressed In some quarters that the
Sultan will refuse to ylold in the hope
of securing the aid of Germany. Prac
tically all the leading powers have ap
proved the determination of the French
rovernment to adopt a firm course. The
proposed course cannot be put into exe
cution before another week, owing to the
time necessary to communicate the final
demands to the Sultan.
France Is the only power capable of
executing a military demonstration with
out transporting troops, as there Is a
large force of French and native Algerian
troops now stationed In Algeria close to
the Moroccan border. The French head
quarters are at Lalla Marnla, 16 miles
from the Moroccan town of Oudja, the
occupation of which would place the
French within 200 miles of the Moroccan
capital of Fez.
VENEZUELA, WELCOMES HIM
Confident Calhoun's Inquiry Will
Vindicate Integrity of Courts.
CARACAS, Aug. 24. The semi-official
Constitutional, commenting today on the
Visit of former Judge J. W. Calhoun,
whom President Roosevelt appointed
pecial commissioner to look into the re
lations between Venezuela and the United
. The appointment of this honorable repre
sentative of the American Judiciary pleases
the friends of the present administration, be
cause we know that the proceedings In our
courts arc and have been iounded on law
and justice and that the light which will be
shed by his Investigation will enable the
commissioner to proclaim before the Amer
ican people and the world his homage for
the Venezuelan courts and the government
under the law.
Judge Calhoun had a conference with
The issue of scrip for the new 3 per cent
diplomatic debt will begin August 2S.
CHOLERA IX WEST RUSSIA.
Two Cases Discovered and Rigid
Sanitary Measures Taken.
DANTZIG, Prussia, Aug. 24. Two Rus
sian raftsmen recently died at Culm.
"West Prussia, of what was diagnosed as
'Asiatic cholera. All Russian raftsmen
there, including those recently arrived,
have been detained or isolated, and ener
getic measures are being taken by the
health authorities to discover any cases
of the disease and to prevent Its spread.
The decision of the conference of health
authorities, in which Privy Councillor Pro
fessor Klrschner. and Professor Gaffky.
Chief of the Bureau of Infectious Diseases
in the Prussian Ministry of Health, took
part, was that there was no danger of
the disease spreading. They agreed that
it existed, however, and considerable local
alarm is felL
Organizing Army for Colombia.
BERLIN. Aug. 24.-The General Staff
.Is working out a plan to organize a col
onial army from the present establish
ment. Marines are to be Included and
their number will be Increased for the
purpose of garrisoning the African and
Asiatic colonies. They will be placed on
the regular basis, with periodic reliefs.
XJcutenant-Genoral von Thora, command
en. of the forces in German Southwest
Africa, who is now suppressing the in
surrection there, will probably be placed
In command of the army.
Haytl's Tribute to Her President.
PORT AU PRINCE, Haytl. Aug. 24. In
recognition of services rendered to the
country by President Nord, Parliament
has bestowed on him the title of "Regen
erator of the Country" and has presented
to him property valued at $5000.
John Burns Going to Canada.
LONDON. Aug. 24. John Burns, laborite
leader in the House of Commons, sailed
on the steamer Bavarian from Liverpool
today. It is understood that he will make
an Investigation of Immigration Into Can
ada. Cuba Will Pay Patriot Soldiers.
HAVANA, Aug. 24. President Palma
loday signed the bill passed by the House
July 21 and by the Senate August 2, for
the liquidation of the remaining half of
the pay of the revolutionary soldiers.
Through Trains to Tonopah.
Beginning August 31, the Southern Pa
cific will commence running through
trains between San Francisco and Tono
pah. by way of Hasen and Tonopah
Junction. This Improvement In the serv
ice la due to the great development In
"be traffic conditions In that section, and
the demand of the public for Increased
Owing also to the heavy traffic between
San Francisco and Tonopah, the narrow
gauge road between Reno and Keeler
has been changed to a standard gauge,
and a cut-off has been built from Hazen
to the main line, thus cutting Reno out
of the Tonopah business to a great ox
tent, as the trains will. In the future,
pass through the city direct to Hazen.
where the new track Joins the main line.
In addition to these changes a new line
has been constructed from Tonopah to
Goldfield, which will be In operation In
about CO days. This line will open a new
country, or at least give easier and more
satisfactory transportation facilities to
those wishing to get to the mines.
LAST VISIT IN PHILIPPINES
Taft Party Received at Taclobn.
Will Divide at Hongkong.
TACLOBAN, Aug. 24. The transport
Logan arrived here at 10 o'clock this
morning with Secretary Taft and party
on board. The distinguished visitors, af
ter enjoying a ride through San Juanlco
Strait on coast guard cutters, witnessed a
great parade of citizens of Tacloban, who
showed every sign of business prosperity.
The visitors were entertained at luncheon,
after which they witnessed a dance of
native school children. Governor Curry,
of Samar Island, Introduced a delegation
of 500 natives from that place, whose ap
pearance constituted one of the most pic
turesque features of the festivities. The
transport Logan will sail for Le Gaspl,
on the Island of Luzon, tomorrow, August
The party will separate at Hongkong.
The following will return on the Pacific
Mall steamer Corea, sailing on September
.6: Secretary Taft, Senators Patterson,
Foster, Dubois, Scott and Long, Repre
sentatives Payne, Grosvenor, Curtis,
Smith, DeArmond. Hepburn, Hill, Cooper,
Scott, Gilbert, Oljen. Howard. Wiley. Mc
Xlnley, Sherley and Foss, Colonel Ed
wards, Major Edle, Captains Thompson
ii&?4 tv-' C-, "tBr? jllissssssEplH
REV. MYRON WILBUR HAYNES.
Rev Myron "Wilbur Haynes. now under Are In connection with the obt&lnlnr
of railway passes for person not a member- of his family, has been pastor of
the Beldcn-Avenue Baptist Church since 1608. Previously, for fight years, he
had occupied the pulpit of the Englewood Baptist Church. He was born at
Lunenburg, Mass.. January 1, 1665. and received his education at Colgate Uni
versity. In JS79 he was admitted to the ministry- Mr. Haynea has been presi
dent of the trusteos of Shurtlclt College, and was president of the Illinois state
Baptist convention, 1S9S-1002. Re Is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa.
and Kelly and Secretaries Carpenter and
The following members of tho party will
proceed to Pekln, to be royally enter
tained by the Dowager Empress of China,
accompanying Miss Roosevelt, the special
ly Invited guest of the Empress: Senators
Newlands and Warren. Representatives
Longworth, Gillette and Cochran. The
party will be In charge of Major-General
and Mrs. Corbln and Mrs. Slocum. Miss
Roosevelt and party will sail from Yoko
hama for America upon the Pacific Mall
Company's steamer Siberia, leaving Octo
CHOLERA STRIKES MANILA
Soldiers and Natives- Die of Eating
MANILA. Aug. 25. An outbreak of
cholera in Manila has been reported. It
Is thought that It is due to green vege
tables from Hongkong. Yesterday two
soldiers died at Camp McKlnley, which Is
now quarantined! -In the city several
natives and one American woman have
The surgeons of tho Board of Health
state that the disease Is not serious and
that heroic effortowill be made to place
it under control.
GIANT POWDER TOOK LIFE
Three People Instantly Killed at
Paris by Explosion.
BAKERS FIELD. Cal., Aug. 24. By a
terrific explosion of giant powder at Paris,
51 miles from Bakersfleld. today, Mrs. A.
W. McRae. wife of a prominent mining
man; her son George, and Oscar Duclose,
another mlneowner. were instantly killed.
Air. McRae received Injuries- from which
It is feared he will die, and at least threo
other men were badly hurt by the explo
sion. VERDICT "TAKE UNDINE"
For Wonderful Columbia River Trip,
Say the Knowing Ones.
Those who have marveled at the
grandeur of the Upper Columbia vote
In favor of the steamer Undine for all
Dally excursions to Cascade Locks
from Taylor-street dock, 8:30 A. 1L, re
turning at 6 P. M. Round trip, ?L50.
Polocks Indicted for Murder.
CHEHALIS. Wash., Aug. 21. (Special:)
County Attorney Buxton has filed an
Information for murder against all Ave
of the Pollocks, who were recently Impli
cated In beating a fellow countryman to
death near Pe Ell. They will be tried at
the term of court commencing September
IS SPREAD ABROAD
Yellow Fever Constantly Ap
pears in New Places.
FUGITIVES WILL BE BARRED
They Return to Xew Orleans, Bring
ing Infection Raising More
Money to Conduct Fight.
Frost Is Chief Hope.
CASES IX NEW ORLEANS.
NEW ORLEANS, Auk. 24. Tellow
Xever report ap to 6 P. M.t
New cas. 44
Total cues to date 1,600
Total deaths to date
New foci 10
Total foci 300
Remaining under treatment 2S7
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 2. The
rather mild expression of hopefulness
which Dr. White made a few days ago
Is made more emphatic by the steady
improvement in the figures from day to
day and predictions are now freely
made that victory will be accomplished
before frost appears.
Surgeon White, with the assistance
IS UNDER FIRE
of Mayor Behrman. has arranged for
the establishment of a new emergency
hospital and detention camp which wfll
be opened tomorrow. MacDonough pub
lic school on North Rampart street has
been Impressed and will be ready for
Another part of the plan to be put
in effect tomorrw Is a. form of quar
antine of infected places against other
Infected places. Heretofore there has
been no interruption of traffic between
places that are Infected and as a result
many of the panic-stricken Italians
have returned to New Orleans and
brought new Infection with them. This
will bo prevented In the future. The
State Board of Health will meet to
morrow and formulate a plan.
New Xest of Infection.
Another nost of Infection was found
today at a point not far from Patter
son In Assumption parish. Ten cases
were een at Amelia an& Dr. Chassalg
nac, who" made the inspection for the
State Board, says he learns there were
50 cases there In the past two weeks.
Patterson reports ten . cases. Hanson
City reports two new cases. Ten cases
are reported from Lake Providence. In
East Carroll Parish, and the State Board
Is sending three nurses there. Three new
cases developed on Elisabeth plantation
In Iberville. Good Hope plantation In
St. Charles Parish reports three new
oases. Port Barrow, In Assumption Par
ish, reports two new cases.
Prevent Return of Fugitives.
With the fever here coming steadily
under control and apprehension no longer
felt of a dangerous epidemic the Federal
authorities arc anxious to put restrictions
upon free Intercourse between New Or
leans and Infected communities In Louis
iana and elsewhere. The necessity for
some suchactlon arises especially from
the conduct of the Italians and other for
eign races. Many of them fled from New
Orleans to the surrounding parishes when
the fever first grew violent here. They
established nests of Infection at various
points. ' Since then many of them have
been drifting back to sew oreians, set
tllng In new neighborhoods and increas
ing- the foci here.
Today's report continued to be en
couraging. The death list Is somewhat
.larger than the day before, but It did not
reach the maximum set earlier In the
Tho territory bounded by St. Ann Es
planade, Rampart and Decatur the -heart
of tho original Infection, Is again under
going a thorough course .of disinfection.
This will be the third treatment given. A
total of 36 squares containing 12C0 houses
Is embraced In the district.
Fbrelgn Doctor Studies Fever.
Professor Robert Boyce, of tho Liver
pool School of Tropical Medicine, reached
here today. He expects to make a care
ful study of the campaign against the
fever and to make a report of his ob
servations to his school.
Surgeon "Von Ezdorf reported to Dr.
White today. He has been Identified with
the sanitary work on the Isthmus, where
yellow fever has been prevailing for
some time, and, because of his knowledge
of the disease there, was ordered to New
Orleans by the department.
Professor Metz, who has been given
charge of the work of Inspecting cisterns,
gutters, etc. put 155 gangs of inspectors
on duty today. Each gang consists of
three men. They were expected to cover
every habitable part of the city.
Another case of fever at Tcrre aux
Boeuf, the parish seat of St. Bernard,
was -reported today, bringing the total to
Finances of the Fight.
The citizens' committee) has been called
to meet on Monday, when the whole fever
situation will be discussed and a full re
port made of the- work of financing the
fight. Chairman Janvier Is continuing to
take subscriptions to the general fund,
and there Is a dally flow of cash and
checks Into his office The committee has
fixed $300,000 as the total fund, and the
probability Is that It will all be subscribed.
All the money that Dr. White can use la
at his disposal.
Dr.- Ralph C Marcour, formerly of the
Navy, started today for Leevllle. and will
send additional yellow-fever nurses and
doctors. It Is hoped to prevent an exodus
of Leevllle people to New Orleans
Pass Christian. Miss., has opened her
doors to all points on the Mississippi coast
except Mississippi City, but still refuses
to have communication with New Orleans.
Wilson. La., has quarantined all freight
trains that run over the Baton Rouge
road. Responding to the protests, the
Illinois Central has given orders to run
Its trains at full speed through Kenner
and Hanson City, both of which are in
fected. The appearance of a number of
new cases at Lake Province has caused a
revival of the quarantines against that
Mrs. Charles L. Wells, wife of Dean
Wells, of Christ Church Cathedral, Is con
valescent. Dr. R. B. Leach, of Minnesota,
said today that he was making- prepara
tions to return home, and will leave hero
on Saturday, having abandoned his efforts
to secure an actual test of the arsenic
LAUNCH BREAKS QUARANTINE
Tows Yellow Fever Refugees Past
Guards at St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 24. The police and
shrievalty of two counties In two states
are tonight searching the Mississippi river
front and the river itself for a diminutive
little gasoline launch or tug, which slipped
past the quarantine station shortly after
dark. Ignored the hailing of the Missouri
health authorities, and, plunging Into the
darkness, steamed up the river, eluding
The launch Is Alva Leva, from port un
known, and Is towing a covered barge, on
which were many persons, who. It Is pre
sumed, are refugees from yellow-fever
districts of the South.
One Caso In Michigan.
GRAND RAPIDS. Mich., Aug. 24. A
case of yellow fever has been discovered
in Crockery township, Ottawa County, 10
mile from here. The patient Is Godfrey
Llburg, a telephone lineman, who. left
New Orleans a week ago last Tuesday.
He was taken sick Saturday, but a phy
sician was not called at once.
TRIES TO BRIDGE GULF
(Continued from First Pe.).
Imburse us for the cost of the war; well.
we will withdraw that condition. Russia
will not cede territory: well, we will meet
that desire. But Russia, they add, 'can
not deny the rights which we have ob
tained by force of arms to the territory of
"So that, no matter what victories
might eventually be won In Manchuria.
Sakhalin could not be recovered except
br force. If Russia wants Sakhalin now.
Japan is entllled to tell us to pay her for
it. Russia answers that the amount Is a
war Indemnity In disguise. In fixing the
sum the. Japanese add that that Is the
cost of the island, which Russia can take
or leave. To this Mr. Roosevelt adds:
The questions of honor having been put
aside, would you not submit to the judg
ment of Impartial persons the question of
"The arbiters could be chosen by the
two countries, and they could fix the val
ues. Thus further bloodshed would bo
averted. It is not possible to understand
how Russia, who always believed In the
Justice of her cause, ehould answer with
a non-porsumus, feigning a question of
honors where in reality It Is a question of
money. It Is not to be imagined that the
government at St. Petersburg will be
blind In Its obstinacy, or that the Em
peror, the author of The Hague tribunal,
will let pass such an excellent opportu
nity to add new glory to the Idea of arbi
tration which is so dear to him. How
ever, I must confess that I am not op
timistic "At the supreme moment, all the coun
cilors of the throne are transformed Into
clerks waiting for orders; and tho whole
responsibility rests on the august man
who wears the crown of his ancestors.
May God advise and aid the Czar!"
PEACE UXIOX WOULD END WAR
Organization Tells Belligerents How
to Settle Differences.
MTSTIC, Conn., Aug. 21. The text of
the document sent yesterday by the Uni
versal Peace Union. In session here, to
the Russian and Japanese plenipoten
tiaries, was made public today. It fol
low: We are convinced, as regards Ruts!' and
Japan, that tht tending- of eminent and con.
zclenUous envoys thousands of miles from
monarchical surroundings to our republic at
great expense to formulate some plan to
close the appalling war In the Far East must
not fall. Inasmuch a-s nothing Is to be gained
by a continuance of the war and as both
belligerents desire peace.
It Indemnity be In the way. call It recom
pense for caring for 100,000 priioners and
adjust the amount. Peace will soon reim
burse; war never wllL
If Sakhalin be in the way, give It as a
peace ottering to the Inhabitants thereof and
ask representation therein, and the trade
there will be worth more than any conflict.
If limitation of naval power be In the
way, refer to the Cxara rescript and his re
ommendatlons and then mutually agrea
If Interned vessels be In the way. agree t
have them turned Into merchantmen and so
paroled that thty will never be again used
for war purposes.
' If this will not accomplish the desired r
rult, submit the points at variance to Th
Hague tribunal, the creation Itself of Russia
and the result will bring peace with honor
MOVEMENTS OF THE ENVOYS
Witte Returns to Portsmouth Rosen
Keeps Close Mouth.
MAGNOLIA, Mass.. Aup. 24. Mr. Wltte
and Baron Rosen, the Russian plcnlpo
tentarles, arrived Jiere this afternoon
from Portsmouth; and spent some time
at the Russian Embassy. Mr. Wltte left
the Embassy later In an "automobile.
Baron Rosen said, to a representative of
the Associated Press:
"His Excellency, Mr. Wltte. departed
from the Embassy at 4 o'clock this after
noon en route to the Motel Wentworth at
Newcastle. It Is my Intention to remain
here over night and to so to Newcastle
Baron Rosen was shown the Reuter
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SAM'L ROSENBLATT & CO.
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Telegram Company's news dispatch from
SL Petersburg to the effect that Count
Lamsdorff authorized the statement that
Russia would pay Japan no contribution,
direct or Indirect, nor make any cession
of territory, and also a Paris dispatch
saying that the Temps expressed editori
ally the sentiment that Russia was losing
ground by delaying acceptance of the
peace terms. Tnc AmDassaaor reaa tne
dispatch with apparent Interest, and each
having finished them, reread them care
fully. He declined, however, to comment
on either of them.
Concerning the report that the Russian
plenipotentiaries had been advised that
Emperor "William was to visit Emperor
Nicholas at Peterhof. he said:
"We had no Information about it."
Later. Baron Rosen, hl3 wife and daugh
ter, went driving.
KAISER PRAISES ROOSEVELT
Both Belligerents "Working Public
Opinion Through Press.
BERLIN, Aug. 2i. Emperor "William,
tho Associated Press Is Informed, has ex
pressed to tho members of his entourage
his cordial recognition of President Roose
velt's efforts for peace and his hopes
that they will prove successful.
All Russian shares were higher on the
Bourse today, bonds advancing three
tenths of a point, Russian bank stock 14.
and Warsaw and Vienna railroad stocks,
Both belligerent governments are put
ting out news paragraphs designed seem
ingly to strengthen their diplomacy. The
Krupps. contrary to their custom,
but doubtless In accordance with the de
sire of the Japanese government, an
nounced the receipt of an urgent request
yesterday to hurry Japanese orders for
armor plate and guns costing . $11,250,OOQ,
while the Russian government has issued
an authoritative statement that It will
never pay a ruble of Indemnity.
IiONDOX PERSISTS IX HOPING
Only Question of Money Reported
Offer From Russia.
LONDON, Aug. 2a. But that it Is felt
Impossible that two nations should be
plunged again Into the horrors of war
on account of a mere difference of a few
millions of money which would speedily
be expended In the continuation of hos
tilities. Count Lamsdorffs declaration
would be regarded as the final word pre
ceding a break-up of the ieace confer
ence. The London papers, commenting on
the sltuatlpn. therefore, while admitting
the apparent hopelessness of the aspect,
do not despair of a peaceful settlement
In view of the fact that all differences ex
cept Indemnity have been virtually ar
ranged. The Portsmouth correspondent of the
Morning Post still Insists that peace will
be concluded, and declares that Russia
Is willing to pay J5O.CO0.0CO.
STRAIGHT TIP TO RUSSIA.
French Official Organ Tells Her to
Take Her Medicine. .
PARIS. Aug. 21. The Semi-official
Temps today has a notable leader respect
ing the growing French sentiment that
Russia Is losing ground by her delay In
accepting the peace terms, even though
they are hard. The paper says:
"After the constant reverses suffered by
Russian arms In the Far East. Russia
wlll do well If she succeeds In preserving
the Integrity of her territory and escaping
with the mere payment of an indemnity,
which Is not a mortal wound. Resisting
the efforts of President Roosevelt and
putting off the conclusion of a peace al
ready ripe, amounts to h refusal to look
the- facta In the face. It reverts to the
fatal Russian system of 'Nltchevo, which"
neither in diplomacy nor warfare conduces
to Russia's welfare."
NEITHER CASH NOR TERRITORY
Ijarasdorff Authorizes Statement of
ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 21. The corre
spondent of Reuter's Telegram Company
was today authorized by Count Lamsdorff.
The quantity of the food taken is not
the measure of its nourishment. The
quality is what counts. Many babies
take large quantities of food and get a
small amount of nourishment. Mel
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the Foreign Minister, to state, officially
and In the most formal manner, that
Russia will pay Japan no contribution,
direct or Indirect, nor make any cession
of territory whatever.
Immsdorff Still Sees Chance.
ST. PETERSBURG. Aug. 24. Foreign
Minister Lamsdorff went to Peterhof last
night and discussed with the Emperor the
communication of President Roosevelt,
presented by Ambassador Meyers yester
day. The Minister on the returning train
told a friend that he considered that there
was still hope for peace. Ambassador
Meyer's audience of the Emperor yester
day Is considered a hopeful sign, but no
information whatever concerning what
took place has been given out,
Egbert T. Robblna. 27. Roseburg, Or., and
Mary- D. Day. 26. Portland.
Frederick "VV. Raw. 30. Sellwood, and Ruth
Hunlston. 16, Sellwood..
Joseph E. Goldstein. 23. MB Seventh street,
and Edith Goldstein. 18. Portland.
At St. Vincent's Hospital. August 21, An
drew Erlckson. aged 81 yean?.
At 423 San Rafael street. August 16, t the
wife of Oscar L. Mygren. a daughter.
S. H. Thorsness, dwelling, Leo avenue, be
tween East Seventh and East Ninth streets,
J. J. Kadderly. repairs of dwelling. East
Seventh and .East Plnestreets. $500.
J. Dorner. ahed 306 Ankeny street. 0.
United Brethren Church. 120 East Fifteenth
street, parsonage. J1G0O.
A. A. French, dwelling, William and KU1-
lngsworth avenues, $10GO.
Real Cstate Transfers.
T. R. A. Sellwood et al. to A. Kkey-
sen, lot i, Diocic in. aeuwoou... ij
C. A. Bottom and wife to M. J. Wing.
3u leet. tot J, oiock io. v wi nuns
Avenue Add. ........ 1
Arleta Land Co. to C. T. Schroeder.
in "T MivV S Arltn. Park X. 3... 100
J. Goodman et al.. to M. A. IVilhelm.
parcel land Beginning at n.tx cor. 101
2, block 13S. -Couch Add 3,230
C. F. Rockwell et al. to L. O. Ralston,
K. -15x100 feet lot 3. block 213. city.. 13,000
Victor Land Co. to iT. A. McDonald
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carry women safely through the perils of child-birth, but its tiss
gently prepares the system for the coming event, prevents "morning
sickness, and other dis
comforts of this period.
Sold by all druggists at
4t rv- nr hoftl. "Rnnlr
containing valuable information
The Brad field Regulator Co.. Atlrnta.
THE XXTH CENTURYL5EWING MACHINE
qThe highest type of FAMILY SEWING
M A C H I N E the embodiment of SIMPLICITY
and UTILITY the ACME of CONVENIENCE.
Don't Use Poor Oil
For use on sewing-machines, writing; machines,
bicycles and all purposes requiring a fine lubricant
the best is cheapest in the end. Genuine Singer
Oil can only be obtained at Singer Stores
Sewln&r machines rented or exchanged.
At the Singer Stores
354" Morrison Street
402 Washington St. 540 Williams Ave.
KA1X ST.. OREGON CITY. OR.
S. 28 feet lot 8. block 4. South Pert
L. P. R. LeCompte and wife to" A. "zen
ger, parcel land beginning at X.W.
cor. N. Hamlin and wife D. L. C. ... io
Sellwood Real Estate Co. to M. Smith,
u. j. diock .". sellwood
R. Smith to M. Smith. lot 8. bloek 240.
G. Harold and wife to M. GrunwaM
lots 1. 2. block "A," Zlon
Sheriff to G. Harold. Iota U 2. ZIna...
J. G. Cherry et al. to M. F. Crawford.
lots 1. 2. block 5. Park View
A. Harold to Mrs. P. A. Winters. Jot
li. block 22. West Portland
J. u. Thompson to L. Lapaley, all real
estate or interest therein 1
S. W. Stryker and wife to C. Sehey
decker. Jots 1. 2. 8. 18, 10. 20. btoek
4. and lots 1-23 Inclusive, bloek 2. Chi
cago Center oil
C. Fleckensteln et al. to J. C. More
land et al.. lots C. 7. block "Y."
Couch Add 29.000
J. A. Christians and wife to A. M.
Ammer. lot 7, block 240. Holladay's
Add. ........... ...... i00
S. L. Bryant et al. to G. Bishop." tot
18. block 67. Sellwood 840
D. E. Buchanan and wife to P. S. Irard.
lota 10. 11. block 6S. University Park 3M
H. E. Falling et al. to Security Savings
R. I. Eckerson and wife to P. A. Eagle,
lot 4. block 12. Bralnard 75
& Trust Co.. part lot S. block 2. city 35.000
R- K. Blckford to D. L. Tracy, lots
o-12 Inclusive, block 1. BUUford Park 1
Savings & Loan Society to C. D. Hall.
lot 6. block 0. city 5,000
H. Layman et al. to K. H. Sultter.
N.W. i$ lot 4, block 43. J. Johns Add 000
Harrlmnn Officials Back.
James P. O'Brien, local manager of
the Harrlman lines, and W. W. Cotton,
general solicitor for the same system,
arrived yesterday from California,
where they went as members of the
Stubbs party when it returned South.
Although tha San Francisco trip was
undoubtedly In connection with the
policy of the Harrlman lines In Ore
gon, neither Mr. Cotton nor Mr. O'Brien
will make public any of the matters
which were under consideration.
Raised Warship Towed to Port.
TOKIO. Aug. 24. The former Russian
battleship Peresvlet, now the Sagaml. ar
rived at the Sasebo navy yard on August
23, from Port Arthur, under her own
steam. The ex-Russian cruiser Bayan,
now the Aso of the Japanese navy. Is ex
pected to arrive there from the same port
Is an ordeal which all
women approach with
indescribable fear, fo?
nothing compares with
the pain and horror of
child-birth. The thought
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