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TITE MOUSING OltEfiOXTAN". SATURDAr. JULY 3. 1013.
SUGAR DUTY NEEDED
Income Tax Proves Big Pro
ducer, but Tariff Falls
Short by $82,000,000.
Whisky Kails by $16,000,000 to
$20,00-0,000 to Yield Revenue of
Former Years Kniergencjr
Tax Exceeds Kxpectations.
TVASHINGTON, July 2. The second
business year of the present Administra
tion, which closed Wednesday, showed
a deficit of 135,864, 881. compared with
a surplus for the year ending June
30. 1914. Of $4. 419,677.
Official explanations will not be Is
sued until the figures for the year
are analyzed by Secretary McAdoo, but
on the face of the records it is ap
parent that receipts were much smaller,
while disbursements were much
Notwithstanding the deficit of the
year's business, the treasury now has
an actual net balance of $32.0:15.716.
With such a balance on hand and every
prospect that It will be increased pos
sibly by $10,000,000 in the next 10 days,
it is evident that there will be no Is
sue of Panama canal or other Govern
ment bonds to replenish the coffers
for many months to come. It at alL
Duty on Sogar Seeded.
Customs receipts for the last fiscal
year amounted to $209,268,107, about
Sll.000,000 under the estimates made
by Secretary McAdoo several months
after the war began, and $82,000,000 be
low the amount Received from this
rource in 1914. "With tho end of the
war apparently remote. It la well
known that many treasury officials are
eonvinced that it will be necessary for
Congress to restore the old duty on
sugar the next session. Sugar becomes
free next year, whereas In the days
when it paid duty it brought in about
$00,000,000 a year.
The income tax proved the blgr pro
ducer during the past 12 months. Total
receipts up to the close of business last
night were $79,828,fi7S, of which $36,
303.523 came in on June 30.
This is more than $8,500,000 above
the total received from the tax last
year, and there remain ten days of
grace in which it may be lawfully paid.
Officials are confident that during thia
period there will be received from in
come tax payments at least $6,000,000,
which will bring the total $5,000,000
above the amount estimated.
It was said tonight that the personal
Income tax proved a surprise this year.
Iast year it brought in only about
$23,000,000. but up to date this year it
has produced more than $41,000,000. and
that probably will be augmented by
several millions. According1 to Infor
mation at hand this increase is not
to be accounted for In any large in
crease in the number of taxables: In
fact, it is understood that the) number
remains practically what it was in
A closer examination of returns and
the evident intention of officials to
prosecute tax dodgers probably helped
to swell the receipts. .
The corporation tax income appar
ently will be about the same as that
received last year.
Contrary to current reports It now
develops that the emergency tax law
also has proved an even better incomo
producer than was expected. Despite
this, however, internal -revenue re
ceipts for the year, $3X5.828,377, were
only about $27,000,000 in excess of last
"Whisky IteTeiie Dccllnltic.
One contributing fact is that whisky
is not paying the revenue it used to
produce cy somewhere between $1C
000.000 and $20,000,000 a year.
Another thing pointed "out tonight
by Treasury officials Is that the Post-offic-e
Department, usually eelf-sus-taining.
has. run behind this year and
has received advices from the treas
ury amounting to more than $6,600,000.
If this were to be paid back the deficit
would be that much decreased.
On the other hand, the Treasury De
partment has taid out on behalf of the
Panama Canal during the year more
than $29,000,000. which is reimbursable
though not likely to be reimbursed'
unless through a bond issue for many
years to come.
Including the Panama Canal expendi
tures, deducting the amount advanced
the Postoffice Department, the ac
counts show a net excess of all dis
bursements for the year over all re
ceipts of about $57,300,000.
Total expenditures for the year were
$731,527,572. compared with $700 659 -24
8 last year.
EXTRADITION IS ASKED
CTUMIXAL CHARGES MADE BY
GOVERXOR OF SOXORA.
Case Xow Pending in Federal Courts
Has Precedence, but 4 0-Day
Detention Is Probable.
WASHIXGTO.V, July 2. Formal re
quest for the extradition of General
" Huerta on various criminal charges
has been presented to Governor Fer
guson, of Texas, by the Villa Uot
ernor of Chihuahua state.
This latest comrdlcation in -the
status of the Mexican ex-dictator, now
facing prosecution at El Paso for al
leged violation of American neutrality
laws, was brought to the attention of
the Federal Government today by
Governor Ferguson, who forwarded the
v ilia governor's request to the State
Department. Secretary " Lansing re
ferred the case to Solicitor Johnson.
So long as Huerta Is wanted by the
Department of Justice, the charges
preferred by Federal agents will take
precedence and until thev are dis
posed of it is not expected that the
extradition question will be decided.
Both the Villa and Carranza factions
charge that Huerta was implicated in
the murder of President Madero and
Inasmuch as the Mexico-American
extradition treaty provides that re
quisition shall not be granted for po
litical offenses, there have been no
cr.ses In which citizens of prominence
in -either country have ever been sur
rendered, even though charged with
crvil crimes. The request for extradi
tion usually has been followed, how
ever, by provisional arrest for 40 days
while evid"nce is being forwarded.
THREE HURT IN ACCIDENTS
Boy Is Run Down and Motorcyclist
.'and Painter Injured in Falls.
T--ee persona were Injured In a se
ries of accidents early Thursday ni?ht.
Victor Rivers. 4 years old. received
a fractured skull and numerous cuts
and bruises when knocked down by an
unknown motorcyllst at Grand avenue
and East Hoyt street. The child, who
was taken to the Qood Samaritan Hoc
pital. lives at A04 East Hoyt street.
C. M. Bush. 46S Goldsmith street, was
cut severely about the head In a fall
caused by the skidding of his motor
cycle at Iarabee and East Hoyt streets.
H. It. Timmons. a painter, fell from
a house at Union avenue and Oregon
street at 5:30 o'clock and received a
broken arm and injuries to his head. He
was taken to St. Vincent's Hospital
unconscious, but was revived latei.
MAN LOSES HIS TROUSERS
Alton's Colored Society Leader Uoes
to Cell; PanU Is Kvideuoe.
' ST. LOUIS. June IS John Htnry
Cannon, who moves in Alton's colored
society, lost his one and only pair of
trousers Sunday. He has decided to
make his home at the City Jail until ha
gets another pair, and that Is so ale -wh-it
John (Sherlock) Rice is a streetcar
conductor in Alton. It was ha who
caused John Henry's embarrassing
plight. Two "weeks ago Illce pur
chased a new pair of trousers of an
unforgettable etrlpo design. They
mysteriously disappeared from his car
before he had a chance to wear them,
"1 would know those trousers any
where," said the conductor, and he be
gan waiting watchfully.
When he saw John Henry Bret on h'S
car his heart beat a tattoo. John Henry
wore trousers of unforgettable strip
Illce kept his eyes on the trousers
until the car stopped in front of the
police station, then he got oft an-l
called the police. John Henry was
aken from the car and. after a dis
cussion, the subject of which was trou
sers, he admitted, according to the po
lice, that he had taken them off Hue's
car two weeks ago.
John Henry went trouserless IdIo a
cell. The trousers are held as evi
dence against him.
$300,000 MORTGAGE FILED
Lien Secures $110,000 Note Issue of
Three-year gold notes to the amount
of $110,000, paying fi per cent, were Is
sued Thursday by the Portland Union
Stockyards Company, the Lumbermens
Trust Company taking the entire is
sue. The notes are of the denomina
tions of $500 and $1000, and are pay
able July 1,-1918. The issue is for
the purpose of refunding the entire
floating debt of the company. A mort
gage for $300,000 securing the loan was
filed yesterday in the office of the
Papers for the stockyards company
were signed by W. H. Daughtrey and
O. II. Hummer. John A. Keating and
F. H. Hollenbeck signed for the bank.
PRELATE ADVISES DEFENSE
Archbishop Uanna Says Peace at
Any Price Is Not Good Policy.
LOS AXUELES. July 2. Archbishop
Edward B. Hanna, of San Francisco, in
an interview today said that "peace at
any price" was not ii policy the Ameri
can people would accept, and to main
tain peace with honor the Nation must
be prepared for defense."
"Peace with honor is strength." con
tinued Archbishop Hanna. "without
honor It is weakness. Our peace at
any price party would fade away in a
situation that required surrender of
National honor for the sake of peace.'
TURKS KILL 6927 BRITISH
One Xation's Casualties at Darda
nelles More Than 38,000.
LONDON. July 2 Premier Asquith
announced in the House of Commons
yesterday that the British naval
and military losses in killed, wound
ed and missung in the operations
gainst the l'ardanelles up to May 31
aggregated 38.635 officers and men.
The figures showing the killed,
wounded and missing by officers and
Killed. Wounded. Missing.
Ji l.l&i )1
WILSON ANNOYER CAUGHT
Polish Editor Arrested for Abusing
President by Mall.
NEW YORK, July 2. Alfonso Chras
towsky, a Polish editor, was arrested at
his home last night on a charge of send
ing annoying and abusive letters to
President Wilson at Washington. The
arrest was made on a warrant sworn
out by secret service agents.
Chrastowsky said he was 48 years
old and a contributing editor to the
Morning Star, a Polish publication,
which, he says, he founded In Cleve
land ' 24 years ago.
ALIENATION CASE AT END
Sealed Verdict Is Returned by Jury
in J. C Hay's $23,000 Suit.
A sealed verdict was returned earl)
last night In the case of J. E. Kay
against Martin V. Donovan for $23,000
for alleged alienation of affection. Mr.
Ray charged that Mr. Donovan wooed
Mrs. ltay a.nd won her while Mrs. Hay
was playing a piano in a moving pic
ture theater operated by Mr. Donovan.
The case went to the Jury yesterday
afternoon. Judge McGinn beard the
ICE TAGS SHOULD .BE KEPT
Xew Law for Prevention of Short
Weight Deliveries Effective.
Unless your Iceman leaves a tag tell
ing you the exact weight of the chunk
of ice he delivers he is violating the
law. The new ordinance requiring de
livery slips went into elTect Thursday
and all ice dealers agreed to comply.
The system is aimed to give the City
Sealer of Weights and Measures a
chance to check up on short-weight
icemen. City Sealer Jones urges all
patrons to accept and keep the tags
and to report all cases of shortweign
ing. GREEKS ADVANCE ON BERAT
Two Large Hands Kcportcd to Bo
Occupying Albanian Villages,.
ROME, via Paris. July 2 A dispatch
to the Tribune from Antivarl, Monte
negro, says two large Greek bands ar
advancing toward Berat. Albania,
after occupying the villages along the
Tets of eleetrfcHl smelting- at old "tin
mint In Wales save shown that the !
of metal Is about 1 per cent. compared
wittt I tt I per cent in former method.
SCHOOL BIO TAKEN
Offer of $120,000 for Trades
Institution Site Accepted.
DELAY ASKED BY CHAMBER
Veterans Make Plea for More Spe
cifio Teaching of History, but
Pacificist Objects Grant for
Dental Clinic Referred.
After considering the purchase ef a
site for Portland's School of Trades
School oa the East Hide for the past
24 months, the School Board was no
tified Thursday of the acceptance of
Its offer of $130,009 t the Anglo-Pacific
Really Company for a tract tn
Holladay Addition, comprising some 40
lota, but after going Into executive
session action was postponed again.
The purchase was referred to the
Yesterday's delay was tsken by rea
son of a ltter received from the Cham
ber of Commerce, in which the School
Board was asked to confer with a spe
cial committee of three, named by the
Legislative and Taxation Bureau, to In
vestigate the price of the site. A spa
cial meeting of the Board was set for
next Wednesday at 4:30 o'clock.
Peace and war met In conflict at yes
terday's meeting. A delegation of vet
erans from the Urand Army of the He
public and the United Spanish War
Veterans, together with representatives
of the Sons' of Veterans, railed upon
the Board and urged that a special de
partment devoted to the teaching or
history, economics and good citizenship
be introduced into the city school sys
tem.. H. S. Fargo", lata commander of the
fJrand Army, Department of Orearon.
opened the discussion, urging that
patriotism and love of country could
best be inculcated by adequate In
struction In the Nation's history. A.
W. Orton spoke for ths Spanish Wat
Veterans, saying that history as it U
taught In the schools does not disclose
the fact that the Spanish-American
War was one for humanity. C. J.
Schnabel followed on behalf of the
Sons of Veterans.
Peace Advocate Object.
W. T. Vaughn rose to Inquire ir the
teaching of facts about the Nation's
wars were Intended In the proposed
course. If that were true, he said, he
for one would oppose it vigorously. He
announced himself a pacifist and said
If any new department were to be
added to the curriculum It should be
one that would teach the blessings of
peace. The threatened debate was cut
short by the directors referring the
matter to the teachers committee.
Need for dental clinics for school
children of the city was declared to be
Important by Dr. Arthur W. Chance,
who addressed the PoSrd as the rep
resentative of the Oregon Auxiliary So
ciety of the National Mouth Hygiene
Dr. Chance submitted a budget ask
Ing for $5000 a year to establish and
carry on dental clinics for ths school
children. Of this sum the School Hoard
Is asked to appropriate $3000, while it
Is hoped to procure $10uu each from
the city and the county.
" C. L. Austin, who was dismissed as a
teacher In the School of Trades, ap
peared before the board and protested
against the action taken and asked that
he be given a hearing. "The rasa was
referred to the Judiciary committee to
set a hearing.
Bills for Injorlcs Presented.
D. N. Mossr-SMOhn and L. C. Phillips,
parents of children who sustained se
vere burns In the lrvlngton school fire
December 10, last, again requested that
the School Uoard appropriate sufficient
money to pay doctors' and hospital bills
for Xlie injured ones. Chairman Munly
said he was In favor of doing so. C
Lewis P.arice appeared on behalf of a
boy who broke his arm while using a
piece of playground apparatus at ths
Lents school, from which. It was said,
he was shoved by other boys, causing
his injury. All three cases were re
ferred to the Judiciary committee.
H. S. Huntington, spokesman for a
delegation from the Chapman district,
declared that the school is close to the
garbage Incinerator and the baseball
park, and urged that steps be taken
to procure the Goldsmith tract in that
section. The matter was referred to
the grounds committee.
Bids for general Work on ths Frank
lin High School were opened and re
ferred. They were as follows:
John Almeter '3. "0
Parker A: BanflrM fcJ.-J
Sound Construction A Engineering
Company. Incorporated 82.332
James a. Winters 74.S0I
DESTROYER IS DAMAGED
URITOX HAS 14 MEX MISSING: TOR
FEDO OR HIVE PRESl3ItD.
Geranaa Submarine Malts Cora-Ladea
Steamship, Kllllag Slate; Also
British Bark aad Itallaa Ship.
LOXDOJT, July 2 Ths torpedo-boat
destroyer Lightning was damaged
Wednesday night oft the Kast Coast by
a mine or torpedo explosion. She is now
in harbor. Fourteen members of the
crew are reported missing. Announce
ment that the Lightning had been dam
aged was contained in an official com
munication Issued by the British Ad
The Lightning was built In 1895. Fhe
was a vessel of 320 tons and her arma-
ment consisted of one 12-pounder and
If you are ufferingr with eczema,
ringworm, rash or other tormenrinu
skin-eruption, try Resinol Ointment
and Resinol Soap. You will be
surprised htnr quickly the itching
stops and the skin becomes clear,
and healthy again.
R4txjI Ointment and Kei'tool Sop alto clear
"T pimples ted dandraff. Sole br all dms
giitt. Prescribed y Sectors, lor 3Q rears.
five sis-pound guns. In times of peace
her complement wss aV men.
The British steamship Lomss, bound
from Argentina for Belfast with a cargo
of corn, wss sunk by a Oerman sub
marine Wednesday CO miles west of the
Ths submarine first fired two shots,
presumably ss a summons to haul to,
but the second shell struck ths steamer,
killing the second officer. The crew
took to the hosts and were picked up
by a Belgian trawler and landed at Mll
fordhaven. The submarine sank the
Lomas with torpedo and shell firs.
The British bark TMstlebsnk. which
sailed from Bahla Blam-a. Argentina.
April ts. with a cargo of wheat for
Mueenatown. was torpedoed by a Oer
man submarine yesterday oft Fsatnet.
Ireland. Some of ths crew were landed
at Baltimore, a small seaport 47 mile
southwest ef Cork.
The Italian ship Barflomena. timber
laden, was torpedoed without warning
five miles from Castletown Hearhaven.
Ireland. Two of the crew were-killed
outright and several were wounded or
missing, eieven were saved.
Word baa been received from Castle
town Bearhavsn that nine of the War
domens's crew were drowned and two
others died of Injuries. The mats la
the only officer among tho nine sur
vivors, two of whom were wounded.
After the submarine had fired on the.
Pardomene she disappeared within two
minutes. But for the timely arrival
of a patrol boat all would have been
Mis Kathleen Lawler Win
Success in Concert.
Portland Vocalist's Assesnsre oa
Her Hctora Kress Slaty la Korope
Is lellh to Aodleoee.
BT JOfRrH MA'-Wl'EEN".
It Is rsrs that any prophet la honored
In his own country, snd especially be
fore his own home folks.
Yet Miss Kathleen Iawlcr, coloratura
soprano, wss clever enough and talent
ed enough to show ths other and bet
ter side of this proverb In a high-class
concert last night at the Kelllg Ths
ater. FliS won a big success, snd also ths
hearts of a large, highly pleased audi
ence, representative of Portland's so
ciety snd musical circles.
It was a nervous strain, no doubt, to
face such an ordeaL Those who think
otherwise should plnce themselves,
mentally. In Miss Lawler's position and
In psychological mood try to sing what
Three years sco. before Kurope be
gan to blase wltb war and when good
people there really worshiped things
artistic. Mill Ulr left Portland and
proceeded to Paris, where she coached
In vocallsm and In grand opera, and
actually sang In opera.
In the meantime Portland people ex
pected much from the young Portland
This is why last night's concert wss
so Important, vocally.
Miss I.a wler returns to us a finer
singer thsn over. Her greatest vocal
charm Is her naturalness. There is no
affectation here, no mere striving for
a hlsjh rote, like Miss Yaw. of Cali
fornia, who chiefly gained renown at
concerts because she sang with dasxllnx
brilliance pearly notes In alt. above
Miss I-awler's voice Is skilfully
placed. It Is even, pearly, resonant,
and is of satisfactory volume and com
piss. th is today more of a lyrle so
prano rather than a rolorature. which
latter Is chiefly noted for trill and
vocal runs. Miss Uwlfr Joins the two
vocal department, lyric slid rolorature.
The highest note sung by Mis Law
ler last night was II natural In alt ones
In part one and also In a Debussy num
ber. It wss a note that wu a delight.
It sounded as If sung by a bird in a
It was In the French Debussy and
Massenet selections that Miss Iiwler
won her greatest triumph last nlirht.
Miss Lawler was gladly received, and
her extra numbers were: "When Blos
soms Grow" (tfan Poucl). "Birthday."
"The Ijtst Rose of Hummer"' and '"Ths
Mlns Lawler's concert success was
materially helped by Mordaunt A.
Onoiiiiounh, her piano accompanist.
This Is the first big Hellg concert at
which Mr. Cooilnoujih has played, lie
is a musical "llnd." He Is a real musi
cian, studious, refined snd dependable.
A new .Portland accompanist worth
while- has arisen In this young man.
Yale's Secretary Has Freak Calf.
LENOX. Mass.. June 27. Bev. Anson
Phelps Stokes, secretary of tho Yale
Corporation, has a Jersey cow at his
Shadow-brook farm whl-h gave birth
to a five-legged calf. It Is an object
of curiosity to all farmers of the re
glon. The covr Is valued st t.".no
Loop Excursions. Portland to McMinnvUle and
Paturdsy. Sunday and Monday leave Union rvpot at 1
h and Yamhill 1 :o3 p. M- A most delightful way
to spend tho day.
$1.60 Round Trip
SPEND THE DAY AT
T A T7"T? rrrk17T7
Rowing races July 5 between tho Portland Bowing Club snd
the Oregon Yacht Club. Other Interesting contests. Prise.
Bound-trip tickets between
as iiiamette Valley on sals
Night Special to Forest Grove
f-peelal train wilt leave Portland Haturdav, July I. and Hon.
day July t. at :lo P. M., stopping at all Intermediate
points going a '.id returning.
Electric Train to McMinnville
Via Newbergr, Slonday Night, July 5th
On Monday. July 5. Train No. S;j. leaving PortHnd at 11 18
P. M will run through to McMinnville, via New berg, arriv
ing McMinnville about 1;30 A.
Take Your Stamps Today
They Are Cash Dividends to You
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marie ami i una
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Mourhon. full quart.. ...flll.OO
Atherlon. famous brand, bond bottled.. 7UC
trestnmre. a well aged and matured
Hourbon. bonded, uunrt ttl "1
A Fine I'ooklng riherry.
juniper tiln. ,
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llos't Been same
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Parker's Hair II
on sale at
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MR. BRYAH IS INVITED
CLADSTOM-: I MUTtKll A HOILO
BOOK l:X-SF.t KFTARV.
Negotiations llegaa, end Officials of
Asaessbly gay They Hope lo At
raage for Lectare Jaly 1C
ORDiOX CITY. Or, July 2. Impe
rial. I Local Chautauqua directors ret
icently admitted tonight that negotia
tion, were under way to secure Will
iam Jennlnus Bryan st Chsutauciu.
July 14. Telephone conversations with
well-known Portland Democrats and
mysterious telegrsph messages up and
down the coast propnblr stsrted the
rumor about the streets of Oregon City
this afternoon. Former Secretary
Bryan. It Is understood. Is In Calllor
nis. but will come North about July II.
Vice-President Iye and Secretary
Cross, who. by the way. are hard-
shelled Brpubltcan of the old school.
swallowed their political prejudices
and disarmament views In one big gulp
and the latter asld to local newspaper
"We would like to hsve Mr. Bryan
here on the Kth. Negotiations sr
pending. It Is true, but nothing can be
aid at this time.
7'hoee who have noticed the famous
Nrbraskan's fondness for Chautauqua
bel.eve It Is quite possible Ciat Mr.
Brysn will be booksd. As tl.e Glad
stone assembly Is by far th- largest
Chautauqua on the Coast nl as Mr.
Bryan appeared at Oladstone Park sev
eral yesrs ago before an audience f
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Portlnnd"-nd alt points In ths
Saturday, good fir return until
Call at City Ticket Office. 80 Sixth Street. Cor. Oak. Union Depot,
East Morrison Depot, for further particulars, literature, etc
John M.J5cott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Or.
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Tablets at 4 Or
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2.-o Morses I'lils lUt
loc tllyrerino snd Boss
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He Concentrated Lye.
loc Chlorl.is Lime
Cream Tartsr. on pnunc
10c Soda Blcarborule. .
Clarke & Co., Alder
some "00 persons, ths feeling here
about la that the ex-ecretary of Hate
will heed the call and return to the
fold. The ex-Secretary's decision will
be known In a few data.
The local assembly opens next Tues
day with a programme entirely filled,
but the directors hinted that If Mr.
Bryan ran be obtained there will be
a little Juggling In the schedule. Ursus
company ol wl yodlrrs. which helped
get the ex-Secretary In a peck of trou
ble bark Kast a year or so ago. are to
appear on ths local bill on tho 11th.
MISUSE OF FLAG PROBED
l"I K IHPURTAr TO I EKLS K.
TITLKU TO rt-T KMBl.t.N,
Protest lo Be Md AgalaX rrs of
British Admiralty of hleh Waab
loafoa Has Proofs.
AVA.SHINUTON. July 2. Searching
Investigation Is beln? conducted by tb
L'n'ted Ktates li.lo several case In
which It has been officially reported
that British siiu-s flew the American
flax sppaiently to avoid attacks by
Reports have be.-n received, not only
from Ambassador Gerard In Berlin, but
through American consular source in
Grest Britain. with affidavits and
other evidence trnulng to show al
letced misuse of the Min snd Stripe.
Ths Uaus la regarded as of such Im
portance to th safety of ships really
entitled to fly the Amerlcsn flag that
estions for July
4 Days' Outing
July 3, 4, 5, 6
Celebrate at the Beach
Tickets to Garibaldi Beach Resorts on sals July S. 4. S.
good for return until July s. with corresponding low fares
to other Tillamook County Outing Beeorts.
Bean I r Seasoa Far St.OO oa Solo Iolly.
In addition to regular daily service
Seashore Special Trains
Uava Portland at 1 :4 P. M. dally on and after July 1. and
will leavs Tillamook oa rsturra trip daily on and after Jily Z.
Newport Will Celebrate
Monday, July 5th
With Field Fports. Aduatic Kvents. Baseball. V. S. LJTo
tiavmg Drill. Ktc
Special Round-Trip Fare From Portland, $1.00
Tickets w-jll bo sold Julv S. 4 and i. aad will bo good for
return until July C.
negator Peaaea Kr. 8.S5 Sal Dally.
Through Sleeper Service
July 3d and 4th
Krom Portland on No. IS at 1:19 A. f.. Paturrlav. Jolv I. and
Sunday. July 4. (Open at Portland Union Depot 10 P. M.
Friday snd Saturday nl.hLs.
Sleepers will lesve Newport at P. M. Slondav evening, ar
riving la Portland Tuesday morning at a.-o o'clock.
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first II ruh purchase L
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Sold Oaly la Orlalnal Tra-I'4 Sachs.
Freeh iliipmeni Direct From the
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Lltll!ed Water, per gel
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St. at West Park
a note may soon be sent by the I'mted
State to Great Britain renewing the
representation previously mads con
cerning any tieneral Ufa of the Ameri
can emblem by British vessels.
Some of the affidavit thus far re
ceived declare that In certain eaer.
the British Admiralty's agents hse
consulted wlih the master of the ves
sel and. Instructing lli-m lo take cer
tain course, advised the ua of the
The t'nlted (Mates will not art until
It bs received complete mf orn.s t tor.,
but in view of the emphasis whK-ra Is
laid n Berlin upon the datiaer of
such a practice. AmSs.sl.r U.rlM a
Information In specific rase, as ob
tained from- the German gotemment,
I being carefully Investigate.!. Suf
ficient proof. w as said a ul liorl tat iv 1
today, already bs.l been slhred to
raiM officials to r-ril-ifr t'S nisklnar
of new retreentatioc on the lul'jrrt
RAILWAY PROMOTER HERE
S. A. Kendall, Projector of K-htir;j
l ine, lo Flesln nork Soon.
S- A. Kendall. of rittsburg. who
has promised build a flandard-cauj:
railrad frttm Boseburg eastward Into
a timber tract In which he and hi as -s.m-1
Ate are Intervsted. arrived In
Portland Thursday and continued to
Mr. Kendxll conferred yesterday with
A. Welch, tho has promoted numerous
tndeiendent railroad projects In Ore
gon, and met numcruua Portland busi
ness rrren. He reported that be will be
ready to begin construction early In
August. The road will cost approxi
mately 1 1. Sou. Olio.