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POBTLAD, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1905.
Wiatw Shades made to order
Beet b&nd-made Opaque.
Artistic Picture Framing.
Higkett-grade Watch Eep air
ing. Very reasonable Prices.
A Particularly Desirable Offering of Laces and Trimmings
A broad, big, liberal sale of Laces and Trimmings that floods our counters with great flacks of Lace bargains. A generous, full
variety of up-to-date Laces and Trimmings to 'choose from the very Lace and Trimmings that thousands of women can use and will
use to best advantage right now, and every yard A HALF TO A THEEtD UNDEBPKIOE. This is an extraordinary Lace and Trim
ming occasion. Join the crowdifhere tomorrow and share in these rare Lace and Trimming bargains.
$1.50, $1.25 Chiffon, 95c.
Crepe Chiffon and Liberty Silk,
44 inches wide, in white, cream,
black, pink, " sky and navy; just
the material needed for veils,
drapes and scarfs and interlining
for "waists and suits.
$1.00 Dress Net, 68c.
White -and ecru Dress Net, 44
inches wide, coin or ring spots.
$5 to $3.50 Allover, $2.75.
White and black Spangle All
over. Net, 27 inches wide.
35c to 25c Lace at 15c.
Ecru Net Top Lace, 5 to 8
inches wide, just the lace needed
for trimming dressing sacques, etc
$2 to $1.50 Allover, 95c.
Ecru Net and. Venise Allover
Lace, 18 inches wide for waisfs.
$3 to $2.50 Allover, $1.65.
Ecru Net and Venise Allover
Lace, 18 inches wide, for waists.
$3.10 WWte MreWered Wafets at $2.48
150 fine white Rip Cloth Waists,
made with yoke of fine pin tucks
and "plaits. The lower part of waist
is heavily embroidered In panel
shape. Full, new leg-o'-mutton
sleeves, with deep plaited cuffs. The
back has eight fine plaits.
$6.50 Colored Silk
100 Petticoats of good quality taffeta silk
in green, navy, reseda, also in change
able green and changeable navy; made
with deep flounce of accordion-plaiting
and trimmed at the bottom with two
ruffles. Begular price $6.50; special
Fashionable Walking Skirts
Ladies' Walking Skirts of fancy mixed
men's wear material, in black and
navy, made in this season's most ap
proved seven-gored plaited shape,. with
lap seams and button trimming.
5000 Yards of Black Taffeta Silks
19-inch beat 75c quality at. 59 27-inch best $1.10 quality at. -S9
23-inch beet 85c quality at....69 S6-inch best $1.25 quality' at.'. 98
More New Plaid Silks for separate waists. We are 'showing th6 largest
stock of swell, up-to-date Plaid Silks more than all the local -stores com
bined Prices $1.50, -$L25, $LO0 and. ..I. S5
150Q yards new Crepe de Chene for evening wear colors pink, sky, cream,
champagne, Alice blue, white arid 'black; regular $1.25 quality at 98
Just received by express some more very smart ideas in new IJresden and
pompadour silks which are very popular for evening and reception gowns.
Exclusive designs not shown elsewhere; prices $2.00, $1.75, $1.35 $L.25
6.50 WMl'staLeta $4.95
Full-size Blankets for double bed.
pretty borders: heavy and Karm.
$7.50, $6.50 White
Wool Blanketi $5.50
A Blanket that Insures warmth
end comfort: better blankets than
you 'have ever seen at this price.
Cipman. (Uolfe $ Co.
This has been a season of most remarkable
selling: in Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits. Since the
very beginning' of the season there has been a
continuous stream of new suits arriving by ex
press and departing" to new owners immediate
ly. We are in such close"touch with the New
York market that.iatdays' aftsr-a-new model
is shown on Fifth Avenue it is shown here at
Third and- -Washington. Oar. 'positive -command
to our New York buyer, Jr. Henry L.
Mersereau, le,. express every; &r2 e west suits.
Our collection of suits today embraces Long
Coat Suits, Jacket; Suits, Eton Suits, Empire
Suits, in broadcloth, cheviots, Panamas, Eng
lish tweeds .and mannish mixtures; prices from
915.00 to 910O.00.'
Taffeta Silk Waists, Special $3.75
Ladles "Waists of good quality taf
feta silk, in black, navy, white, tan
or red. The front is made with wldo
panel of fancy hemstitching:, trim
med with three crochet silk medal
lions and clusters of pin tucking:
with two silk medallions on each
Bide; full, new leg-o'-mutton sleeves.
"We Make a Specialty of
FINE MANICURE GOODS
Luster-ite Powder Nail Enamel, a
brilliant, nonlnjurious polish. .23c
Emery Boards, dozen In box. Spe
cial per box lOc
Ongallne Removes stains from skin
and nalle. Price ....45c
VUa Hose Rouge, guaranteed harm
less, and perfection. Price cec
steel nail flies. Prices 16c, ISc, 36c
More New Coats by
English Walking Coats, Empire
Coats, Novelty Coats, Fur
Lined Coats, Box Coats
Women's tailor-made 36-inch tan Covert Ooats,
, made in the new loose box-coat styles, with
notch collar, fly front,- full new leg-o '-mutton,
slseys - and., .all-. lint d; .special value
Women's 42-in. fly-front CVate, of :faHcygray
iriired cloth; notched-velvet collar, fancy
pockets, full new leg-o'-mutton sleeves, with
turned cuffs and plaited at wrist. The back"
is made with -two -wide box plaits and two
side: plaits with belt; special value
at!,: v..-. $12.50
Ladies' Noyelty Coats
Tan.- Covert ' Cloth, made in1 42-Inch
length, -loose fitting; shape. This
coat has three side plaits and two
b.ox plaits with belt. Fancy side
pockets,- notched collar, .full, new
legr-o'-mutton sleeves-with turned
cuffs and. bait satin lined. Spe
cial value at $l&50
New Fall Dress Goods
Our showing of new Black and Colored Dress Goods commands inter
ested attention. It's an unmatched collection of all the newest weaves
in the very latest colorings.
Colored Dress GooSs
47-ln. imported French Panama
Plaids, Scotch Clan Tartans, navy
and myrtle checks and plaids, etc.
Kew line just In, at 9L25
34-ln. all-wool Mixed Suitings for
rnglans. suits and skirts. These
cloths are extra heavy and sell
regularly at. $1.25. On sale at,. 70c
5-i-Inch Rainproof Coverts, herrlng
bono overplalds and plain twills,
all colors, at. yard. Jfl-30
oS-in. Priestley's "Cravenettes," co
- verts, stripes and plaids In Ox
ford, olive, tan, gray, brown, navy.
Regular $2.25 and $2.50 values, on
sale at 11.05
At Extremely Low Prices
We are continually showing all that is
new in millinery. Our New York represent
ative, ever on the alert for new styles,
in the last few days supplied us with all
the late Pall and Winter ideas. Among
Big Special Value
Trimmed Dress Hats at $4.95
100 velvet, felt and fancy braid hats, com
prising all the chic and popular shapes
now in vogue. The prettiest ideas are
shown among the trimmings. A full va
riety of colors. For Monday. . .4 .9 5
IN THE BELT STORE
New stitched Poplin Belts, In navy,
black and brown, with pretty gilt
buckle, a new and very attrac
tive belt. Regular 50c VKn
' Elastic and Gilt Belts
Are;very stylish. We are showing:
exclusively In Portland tho only
assortment of these articles.
New Black Elastic Belts. t3c, L35
New Gilt Belts S2.ee u L&e
New Harrison Fisbr Pictures and new Christy
Pictures ; jrttier than ever and tie price
lees thaa.Tefort. Your choice 75
YOUNG'S HATS FOR MEN
We are exclusive agents
for this celebrated make of
Hats, and guarantee them to
e absolutely the best $3.00
Hat on the market. All
Crush and Stiff Hats S3.00
65c, 50c Allover at 19c.
White and ecru Allover Lace,
18 inches wide, for waists, etc.
35c to 20c-Val. Lace at 15c.
Piatt VaL or Normandy Val.
Laco and Insertion, 24 to 5
25c to 8c Torchon, 2c.
10,000 yards cotton Torchon
Lace and Insertion, 1 to 2 inches
wide, newest patterns.
20c to 15c Galoon -at 7c.
Ecru, Venise Galoon, 1 to V2 -inches
35c to 25c G-aloon at 9c.
Ecru Venise Galoon and Band
Trimming, 1 to 2 inches wide.
75c to 50c Galoon at 25c.
Ecru Venise Galoon Trimming
in separable designs.
50c to 25c Trimming, 15c.
Black Silk Braid Trimming, 1 to
2 inches wide.
Ladies' Empire. Coats
Made in the popular -i 4 -Inch length
of fine Covert Cloth, In the new
est tan shades. The entire coat is
, made with stitched plaits; full,
new leg-o'-mutton sleeves with
turned cuffs, yoke lined with satin.
Special value, at $13.80
All-Wool Dress Goods 50c
Our stock of' popular-priced
Dress Goods, is the largest shown In
tho city and includes the latest
weaves, Panamas, Henriettas, Storm
Serges, French Serges, Venetians,
Albatross, Granites, Mohairs and
novelty weaves of every description.
AH pure wool.
Black Dress Goods
40-in. all-wool Cheviots and Storm
Serges. 65c quality, yard 48c
44-ln, all-wool French Voile, 54-ln.
Panama and 50-ln. novelties. $1.00
quality, on sale, yard 78c
54-ln. Broadcloth, Unfinished Wor
sted, Panamas and French Serges.
51.2a quality. On sale, yard....8Sc
Havllaad's Dance Kelle, Publinher'a
price, 75c ear peels I xalc.SSc
This Is the most popular folio In
America today, containing the fol
lowing Immense "hits: "rVe Got a
Feelli? for You." "A Little Boy
Called Taps," "Come Down From
the Big Fig Tree," "Oysters and
Clams," "Merely Mary Ann."
"Make a Fuss Over Me," "My
Honey Lrou," and a dozen others.
The entire book special aSc
"Keep a Little Cozy Corner In Tour
Heart for Me." the biggest hit of
the year. Special 15c
Twenty-One Lives Lost .and
Forty-Two Vessels Were
TASMANIA SWALLOWED UP
Battered Hulks Line Shores or Great
Lakes Steamer Siberia Found
ers, but t Grew.. Escapes.
CHICAGO, Oct. 2L Later returns from
the storm which swept the Great Lakes
for -25 hours,: subsiding this morning, in
creased tho known death list to 21 and
the number of vessels either lost or dam
aged to 42. 4
Several small; craft- arc mlsslnsr. and it
Is feared that the death list will -'grow.
GOES DOWX WITH ALT. HANDS
" " " 1 3
Barge Tasmania Carries Eight Sail
ors to Death With Her.
CLEVELAND. Oct. 2L-The steamer
Bulgaria came into port this afternoon,
bringing news of the loss of the barge
Tasmania off Pelee Island, In Lake Eric,
during Friday's storm. The Tasmania
sank at 5 A- M. Friday, with her entire
crew of eight men. Those lost were:
Captain William Radford. Courtright.
Ontario; First Mate George Whiteslll:
engineer. Austin Mahers; seamen, Michael
Doyle, August Ulbrlck. John Trap. Harry
Lspask. J. It. Stough.
Th6 Tasmania and the barge Ashland,
carrying a crew of eight men, were In
tow of the Bulgaria. The Bulgaria and
the Ashland jode the storm off Peleo Isl
and all day Friday and Friday night, and
early today started for Cleveland, arriving
here at 2 P. M. -
The storm came up so suddenly as to
find the crews unprepared. - The darkness
of night hung over the lake. The wind
rose with fearful suddenness, howling and
sweeping around the boats. Tho boats
were tossed about at the will of the storm.
It looked for a time as If all would be
lost The Ashland could dimly see the
On board tho Ashland they were kept
from being washed into the sea only
by clirglcg to objects on deck. It was
seen that the line to the Ashland must be
cut. one of tho crew made .his way to
the stern. "With a knife he reached idown
and severed theline.. The end of it
dropped away out of sight. That was the
last the crew of the Ashland saw of tho
other boat. It seemed that she sank at
once. ' ' - '
The Bulgaria and the Ashland -rode the
storm off Pelee all day Friday: andFAday
night. In that, time the crews saw no
wreckage from the Tasmania.
The Tasmania was one of the oldest
boats on the lake, having been built at
Port Huron In 1871. She was owned by
the Corrlgtai-McKInley Company, of
Cleveland. She was 220 feet long, and
was loaded with 1600 tons of Iron ore be
longing to the iPlttsburg Steamship Com
pany. Tho Tasmania was valued at $20,
000, and aside from the cargo was only
Tho reports today fairly sustained the
accounts of Friday as to the monetary
losses to the shipping Interests. The esti
mate places the loss at over J2.000.CCO.
STEADIER FOUNDERS IX STORM
Siberia Goes Down on Canadian
Shoro All Her Crew Rescued.
BUFFALO. Oct. 22. The steamer Si
beria from Cleveland, foundered on
'the Canadian shore of Lake Erie this
afternoon. Captain Benham and the
entire crew were rescued and brought
to Buffalo tonight by the steamer JjH.
The' Siberia, buffeted by the terrific
gale which raged yesterday and last
night, sprang a leak early today while
Captain Benham was trying to get
under the lee of Long Point. The Inrush
of waters through the seams In her
sides and the tons of water shipped as
the steamer stuck . her nose , Into the
huge combers finally put out the fires
beneath the boilers, anil Captain Ben
ham and tho crew were forced to-tako
to the lifeboats when the vessel's decks
were awash. . , f .
The ateamer sank In about"25 feet of
water, her upper "works allowing: about
two feet above the surface. .The steam
er J. II. Wade sighted the Slberla'about
noon and stood. by until the rescue was
TWO WRECKS-" NEAR- MUNISING
Schooner Alta 'r a Battered " Hulk,
MAItQUETT,MIch!. "ocV ' 21. The
schooner; Alta" lies a battered hulk on
the. rock-bound coast otTGrand Island.
'near Munisin.g. The crewrbf seven men
unii.onc woipun was res;ueu. in an ex
The schooner Olga, dismasted and
rudderless, is at anchor off the Pictured
Bocks, east of Munlsing. The crew Is
Both boats parted from'tho steamer
Myers during thegreat gale Thursday
niglit. It was believed they "had. foun
dered. TW0 LOST, BUT FOUR SAVED
Castaways From Wreck on Lake
Michigan Picked Up.
LEXINGTON. Mich., Oct. 21. Four sur
vivors of the schooner J. V. Jones, which
was wrecked In Lake Michigan during
the great storm Thursday night and Fri
day, were picked up and brought here to
day by the. stealer Pere Marquette No. IS.
Two of the crew. William Thomas and
Iver Olsen, were drowned.
The rescued are: Louis Fredrcksen. cap
tain; Jacob "Fredreksen. mate; Hans M.
Hanson, sailor; Olaf Gunderson. sailor.
Missing: Barge Turns Up.
DETROIT. Mich.. Oct. 2L Word
reached here from Port Huron tonight
thaj. the steel barge Malta, which" had
been reported missing since the big storm
on. the Lakes,, came . to anchor late to
day above the Fort Gratiot llehthouae.
MUST PLAY A GREAT PART
Ambassador Meyer Tells Needs ol
BOSTON. Oct. 2L George von L. Meyer,
United States Ambassador to- Russia, was
given a reception at the. Hotel Brunswick,
this afternoon by the Essex Clubman or
ganization of which he Is past president.
Among the guests and speakers were
Lieutenant-Governor Curtis Guild, Jr., and
Eben S. Draper, the Republican nominees
for Governor and Lieutenant-Governor,
and Senator Henry Cabot Lodge.
Mr. Meyer a poke of the needs of Amer
ican representatives abroad, and touched
upon thinternal affairs of Russia. He
sald'in part: -
The President In his speech, at Richmond
th other day eaid: "In foreign affairs wo
must mako up our minds that, whether wo
like It or not. "we. are a grt&t' people and
must play a great part In the world. It N
jiot given to us to choose whether we will
play a great part or, not; we have to play It;
all we can decide Is whether we shall play
It well or 111. and I have too much confidence
in my country to doubt what the decision
'All of you who followed the career and
.bread statfsrnan-llke policy of our late great
Secretary of State. John Hay. appreciate the
words of our President. All of you have
een and are familiar with the part that the
head of our Nation played In the world's his
tory, which resulted la peace.
But In the future It will be necessary for
Congress to make largely Increased appropri
ations to the State Department for diplomatic
requirements. Our representatives abroad
thould be on an equal footing with the diplo
matic representatives oj other nations. They
should be equally well Informed by cable and
otherwise of events that are transplrfng at
home and abroad., and should not be obliged
to pick up crumbs of Information through the
kindness of their colleagues or be dependent
upon the genertf Ity of ihe Associated. "Frees.
Too much credit cannot be given to Mr.
Stone, the general manager of the Associated
Prers; for tho system he has established and
the representatives he has selected at Lon
don. Paris,. Berlin, Rome. Vienna and St,
Petersburg, all of whom I know personally and
have come In contact with. They are a credit
to the great American news -association In Eu
rope, and are endeavdrlng to Inform the
American public correctly and concisely of
everything that Is taking place, without be
ing blamed or Influenced by any party or creed.
Therela another matter In connection with
the diplomatic corps 'that our Government
should consider, and that Is owning the em
bassy or legation buildings In the various cap
ltals. It Is undignified and undemocratic not
to do so.
BUILD PALACE AT WASHINGTON
Germany Buys Lot nnd 1V111 Erect
BERLIN, Oct. 21. (Specfal.) Em
peror "William's long-cherished wish to
provide the German Erabasy at Wash
ington with Its own palatial residence
is abqut to b,e, fulfilled. The govern
ment has secured through a middleman
n costly building lot centrally located
and will ask for the; necessary appro
priation at the next session of the
Reichstag. " .
The Kaiser planshatSthe-new em
bassy shall .outshine- all others and
shall rank as one 'of tho architectural
beauJttes, of the. capital. It Is purposed
,t)at-.the sta.te .functions .given, there
.Shall 'reproduce "the ceremonious glo
ries of the Berlfn court. '
Will Work for Par Food.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 21. (Special.)
Senator McCumber, "of North Dakota, Is
'In the city on official business, and an
nounces that the advocates of pure-food
legislation in Congress purpose to work
unceasingly at the coming session for tho
passage of the Heyburn bill, which pro
vides safeguards against Interstate traffic
in Impure liquors and drugs.
Mrs. Roosovelt In Washington.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 21. Mrs. Roose
velt, accompanied by John S. Elliott. Com
missioner of the Interior for Porto. Rico,
arrived In Washington today. They ha!
made the Southern trip with the Presi
dent as far as Atlanta. Mrs. Roosevelt
was in excellent health nnd spirits and
"had greatly enjoyed the trip.
Northwest Postal Affairs. .
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington, Oct. 21. iRural route No. 1 'has
been ordered established December 15
at Clinton. Island County, Wash., serv
ing 290 people and 64 houses.
Elva Hamilton has been appointed
.postmaster at .Hamilton, Or., vice
James Lewis, resigned.
Xeiv Power Damon3lissouri River.,
WASHINGTON, Oct. 21. The Secre
tary of War has approved plans sub
mitted by the Helena Power Transmis
sion Company for the erection of a
dam In tho-Missouri River not far-from
Great Falls, Mont, the construction of
which dam was authorised by act of
Congress Jn 1S91.
Chaplain Russell Resigns.
PANAMA. Oct. 2L The Rev. R. C. Rus
sell, the Roman Catholic chaplain at An
con. has resigned and will leave here to
day for New York on a special mission
from Bishop Jungul to secure coworkers
In the canal zone. He will, confer with
'CUBANS LIBERALS BITTER
Rural Guards Keep Order-at -VIHu-endas
NEW YORK. Oct. 21. Authorities here
have been officially notified that there Is
grave danger1 of serious trdublea-ln Clen
fuegos. growing out of the killing of En
rique Vllluendas. says a cable dispatch
to -The- Herald from Havana.
The feeling against the administration
grows more bitter as the taking of testi
mony progresses. Senor Alfredo Zayas
and- Representative Florenclo Vllluendas
yesterday- called on- he secretary of the
government, Senor Freyre de Andrade. to
ask him to take steps for the protection
of s, the attorneys In the Vllluendas case,
particularly of Senor Manuel Secades.
counsel for Vllluendas. The family of
Senor Secades, who has Just declined a
nomination for Congress, has been re
peatedly threatened with death.
Senor Freyere de Andrade said he would
give- special orders to , the rural guards
to protect Senor Secades.
It, Is openly charged by the Liberal
press that the presiding Judge has denied
every motion made by Senor Secades,' In
cluding those described as "most rudi
mentary and logical."
No Concern Over Cuban Treaty.
LONDON. Oct. 21. The British author
ities are not much concerned regarding
the Anglo-Cuban treaty. They are sim
ply awaiting the- action at the Cuban
Senate. A diplomat said there was no
fear of Great Britain's taking any action
that , might be considered antagonistic to
the United States.
TOGO IS ilPPOfl'S
Wild Demonstration of Love
When He Enters Yoko
hama and Tokio.
BIG NAVAL REVIEW TODAY
Long Lino or Victorious Fleet Will
Escort Captured Ships in Tri
umph Every Sailor Is
Nation's Delight. '
TOKIO. Oct. 21. (Special.) TA
city today is celebrating the return of
the nation's great naval hero. Admiral
Togo. The great Sea commander, the
pride of all Japan, crowned with the
laurels of the wonderful victories of
the recent war. made his formul entry
Into the city today. The townspeople
apparently are animated by but one
thought, .to do their utmost to show
Togo their appreciation of him.
In many quarters there Is stlli re
sentment over the terms upon which
peace was concluded at Portsmouth.
So far as Togo is concerned, however,
the nation has nothing but praise for
his achievement the successes that
they believed earned for thorn greater
concessions from Russia than were
granted when the struggle passed from
the stage of active warfare to that of
diplomacy. But, whatever the feel
ing may be toward the peuce treaty,
all citizens of all parties were glad to
unite in the demonstration with which
the naval chieftain was received.
Enthusiasm Over Review.
The great ceremony, however, is yet
to come. If present plans are adhered
to, tomorrow will be the great day.
Then will come the grand -naval review
at Yokohama, when Just as hearty a
tribute of love and respoct will be paid
to the lowest men In the ranks of tho
Japanese navy, the men who were bo
hind the guns, as that today accorded
to the commander on his formal pre
sentation to tho Mikado to report in
person upon his victories. The great
est enthusiasm over the coming review
prevails In all quarters. In Tokio and
Yokohama, where the scenes of tho
review will be laid, there Is naturally
more Interest in the preparations. But
the whole country responds to tho
patriotic Impulse, and even In remoto
towiis minor celebrations will be held.
Nor has the rejoicing been entirely
cdTfnhed to this day. Since 9 o'clock
Saturday, when Admiral Togo, on the
.Shiklshima, h.is new flagship, led the
combined Japanese fleets Into Yoko
hama harbor, there has been rejoicing.
The scenes that have been enacted
haVe rivaled those with which tho
.great Japanese victories -of the -war
were celebrated. These manifestations
of public Joy are all the moro remark
able when It Is rem.'embered that tho
signing of the pence treaty has been
met with absolutely no signs of pleas
ure. But. when tho great warships
came Into view, steaming majestically
up the harbor, public enthusiasm,
which had been chilled, but not killed,
bur&t all bounds. In a moment Yoko
hama was wild with delight.
Togo Hero of the Hour.
The advent of Togo Into Tokio was
made the occasion for Just as great a dem
onstration. A special aid-de-camp had
been dispatched by the Mikado to Yoko
hama to welcome the Admiral and con
duct him to the Imperial palace, where
Baron Komura. tho peace plenipotentiary,
had been coldly received and where It
was necessary to keep a guard along tho
Btreets he traveled, lest there should bo
some demonstration against him. Togo
was welcomed with "banzals" and other
marks of approval. A guard was almost
necessary to save him from his friends,
who would almost have mobbed him in
their desire to manifest their pleasure.
Nor was all the demonstration lavished
on the chief. Togo was accompanied by a
brilliant suite of 12 Vice and Rear-Admirals,
and they, too, came in for a great
share of the praise of the people. But It
was Togo, the leader of the navy, the hero
of so many naval victories, the destroyer
of the 'Russian navy, who received tho
lion's share of the plaudits of the popu
lace. Japan's Trafalgar Day.
And what they have enjoyed so far ap
parently has only whetted the appetite for
other opportunities to give voice to their
overwhelming joy. Yokohama and Tokio
intend to really celebrate on the occasion
of the naval review. It is freely predicted
that this demonstration will exceed any
thing ever witnessed In Japan. Nor will
the demonstration be confined to the Jap
anese. Even foreign ships in the harbor
will be decked In gala attire and salutes
from alien guns will sound as sincere a
tribute of respect to the naval chieftain
as will the Japanese guns. Preparations
have also been made to give an oppor
tunity to the people In other cities to cele
brate. Recognizing tho spirit of patriotism that
has prompted the demonstrations so far,
the government has directed that at tho
hour fixed for the ceremony all warships
throughout the empire will dress ship and
Are an Imperial salute.
YOUNG .FINISHES DEFENSE
Says He Called Attention to 'Bad
Condition of Boilers.
MARE ISLAND. Cal.. Oct. 21. At tho
opening of the Young court-martial today
a letter sent to Commander Young on
August 1. 190G, by Lieutenant Herbert,
engineer officer, calling attention fo de
fects In the Bennington's boilers, was ad
mitted in evidence.
On cross-examination. Commander
Young repeated that, on taking charge of
the Bennington, he made a full and care
ful Inspection of its boilers. If the valves
were In bad condition at the time of tho
explosion, they had become so since ho
took command. He had called attention
to the poor condition of the boilers In
November, 1904. j
.The defense then rested. Witnesses In
rebuttal will be "herd on Monday.
Railroad From Khartoum to Red Sea
CAIRO, Egypt. Oct. 22. (Special.) Tho
last rails of the Nile-Red Sea Railroad
have been laid. The road is 312 miles In
length, and runs from Atbara Port to
ward the Soudan. Its completion short
ens the distance from Khartoum to tno
"sea by 1000 miles.