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THE ST73VDAX OREGON1AJ. PORTLAND, JULY 28. 1912.
DIE -FOR EMPEROR
Symptoms of Ruler's Disease
Less Acute, With General
YOUNG MAN IS SUICIDE
Xote Beside Body in Palace Park
Says Subject Offers Life for Em
peror Hope Fluctuates
With Each Bulletin.
TOKIO. July 28. No Important
change In the Emperor's condition was
noted at the examination made at 6
o'clock this morning. Temperature
100.4, pulse 104. respiration 32 was the
condition at that time.
Among the many notables who have
arrived from a distance are a repre
sentative of the Emperor of Corea and
Count Yi, representing the peers and
Symptoms Leas Acute.
Dr. Klnnsoke Murlka, of the Toklo
Imperial hospital, one of the physicians
in attendance on the Emperor, said the
symptoms were less acute and resplra
tlon had Improved.
The body of a young man was found
In the outer palace park at dawn. A
letter In his pocket said that he offered
his life for the Emperor. He had taken
The condition of the Emperor which
was said by the court physicians yes
terday to have reached a grave crisis,
has since fluctuated greatly, giving
rise to the hopes of recovery and again
casting those near His Majesty into de
spair. Several Cabinet Ministers re
main in constant attendance.
Strength Rapidly Wanes.
Owing to the nature of His Majesty's
illness, which is described as a compli
cation of diseases, comprising nephri
tis, diabetes and uraemic poisoning, he
la unable to take much nourishment
and his strength diminishes daily.
Since July 19. he has been In a critical
condition and only his robust consti
tution has enabled him to maintain
RAYMOND VETERAN DIES
Aged SunriTor of Civil War Suc
cumbs to Blood, Poisoning.
RAYMOND, Wash., July 27. (Spe
cial.) John Carter, one of the best
known of the few remaining members
of the Orand Army of the Republic in
this county, died at the General Hos
pital recently of blood poisoning. The
funeral was held yesterday afternoon.
The body was Interred In the Odd
fellows' cemetery, near South Bend, by
members of the John C. Fremont Post,
3. A. R., who conducted the funeral
Judge M. D. Egbert, acting as com
mander of the post, made a very touch
ing address. The services of the G.
A. R. post were read by Judge Egbert.
assisted by Judge Sol Smith, as chap
lain, and Comrades Ambrose Foster
and 11. 8. Van Tuyl. The acting- pall
bearers were J. L. Myers, M. R. Hal-
vorsen, Kay wheaton, Howard Kiss,
James Cooper and Val Heath, all of
whom, with the exception of Mr. Hal
vorsen, had known the deceased for
Johnny" Carter, as he was com
monly and familiarly known by his
old friends, was born in Boston, and
was 76 years old. When the War of
the Rebellion broke out he joined Com
pany C, Second Regiment U. S. Artil
lery, in the regular army, and served
throughout the war under General
Sheridan. He came to this county at
the close of the war.
are loaned only on se
curities prescribed by
state law. Ours for
the most part are
upon first mortgages,
the best known secur
ities. We invite your ac
count from $1.00 to
$5000.00 on which we
pay 4 per cent inter
est, credited each six
SAVINGS & TRUST
Sixth and Washington Sts.
Open Saturday Evenings 6 to 8
send her to the care of two sisters in
Oklahoma where she owns large tracts
Mrs. Seybold on wanderings through
the streets, carried an old sack, slung
from her bent shoulders, which receivel
the small change begged from passers
by that helped build her fortune. Dr.
Blondln, of the county hospital, said
today that the incessant clinking of
coins as she fingered her hoard was
what had driven her mad.
MOTHER ASKS PAYMENT
WOMAX SATS PANAMA POLICE
OFFICER KIUED SON.
CATHLAMET PIONEER DIES
Thomas Dorrls Took Up His Home
stead in 1869.
CATHLAMET. Wash.. July 27. (Spe
claL) Thomas Dorrls. one of the beat
known pioneers of this section, died
Tuesday evening at his home here.
He has been suffering with rheuma
tism for several years. The immediate
cause of death was Rright's disease.
Mr. Dorris was born in Langford
County, Ireland, December 5, 1831 and
came to New York at the ago of 19
During the Civil war he was In the
engineering department, employed at
Fortress Monroe. He witnessed the
famous battle between the Monitor
and Merrimac When the war closed
he came West and after spending some
time in the mining camps of Call
fornla, Nevada, Idaho and Montana,
came to Portland. With his brother
William, who had accompanied him
from Ireland, ha took the first con
tract for taking Iron ore from the
In June, 1869, the two brothers came
to the Elochoman Valley, Wahkiakum
County, each taking up a homestead
upon which they spent the remainder
of their lives. w imam died two years
ago at the age of 90.
Legitimate Operators Will War on
DCLUTH. July S7. Mine owners.
mining engineers, operators and brok
ers of the Northwest have an oppor
tunlty to take an active part In the
campaign that Is being waged on
Wildcat" mining schemes and their
promoters. The American Congress of
Mines is conducting the warfare, ana
Robert W. Thompson, of Chicago, as
sistant secretary of the congress to
be held at Spokane, in November, is
here for the purpose of enlisting the
co-operation of local and range min
"I have drafted bill modeled on the
Stubbs' bill in Kansas." said Thomp
son, "that will be introduced at the
1913 session of the Minnesota Legis
lature. This bill prohibits the offer
ing of shares of any kind unless their
owner has first satisfied the state bank
"sxaminer that they are as represent-9d."
COINS' CLINK DRIVES MAD
Woman Sent to Asylum Found to Be
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. July 27. Driven
mad by constant indulgence in her only
pleasure the counting .of pennies and
small sliver pieces begged from pas
sersby Leota Seybold, an ancient char
acter of the street corners, was sent
to an Insane asylum recently and there
found today to be worth at least 1300.
000. Arrangements are being made to
Mrs. Laura A. Davis, of Los Angeles,
' Charges Boy Victim of Bayonet
LOS ANGELES, CaL. July 27.
Charging that her son, Ralph, 28 y:ars
old, met his death at the point of a
bayonet at the hands of a policeman of
the City of Panama, Mrs. Laura A.
Davis, of this city, has asked United
States Senator Works to put into oper
ation the machinery of the Government
to obtain justice and an Indemnity from
the Panama government.
According to advices from Frederick
C. Davis, a brother of the slain man
now in Panama. Ralph Davis was killed
during the Fourth of July celebration
of United States Marines and soldiers
in the City of Panama. Davis writes
that a volley was fired by the police
Into a crowd that had started a dis
turbance in the square. Ralph Davis,
he says, appeared Just as the disturb
ance occurred and dodged Into a small
shop and bolted the door. One of the
police, the letter states, followed and
thrust a bayonet through him.
CALHOUN'S WOES INCREASE
Railway Magnate Faces Another
Sait for $64,000.
CLEVELAND, July 27. The troubles
of Patrick Calhoun, 'street railway
magnate, who is In California, appear
to be cumulative.
Today suit for $64,000 was filed
against htm by the Union National
Bank. This is a balance on promts
sorv notes for $100,000 indorsed by
Calhoun for the Euclid Heights Realty
Several days ago Marshal Morris of
Ottlngham, the suburb in which Cal
houn's handsome residence stands, was
Installed In the house on a legal proc
ess issued in conjunction with a claim
for $7910.83 held by John Grant & Son.
MASONS WOULD END WAR
Plans Considered to Bring About
Peace in Mexico.
NASHVILLE. Tenn.. July 27. Senor
Jose Castellon, a member of the Mexl
can Congress and sovereign grand com
mander of the Scottish Rite Masons of
Mexico, visited Major James D. Rich
ardson, sovereign grand commander of
the Southern Jurisdiction or scottisn
Rite Masons, at his home In Murfreea-
boro, Tenn., today.
Tho two discussed influence the Ma
sonic order mtght employ to bring
about a restoration of peace in the
Eradicates scrofula and all other
humors, cures all their effects,
makes the blood rich and abun
dant, strengthens all the vital
organs. Take it.
Get it today. In usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs.
PICK UP A PEW PIECES OP YOUR
broken glasses and bring them to me.
In less time than you think I'll grind
new lenses, use your old mounting,
adjust your glasses perfectly and you
are ready to see clearly once more.
henever repairs on old glasses are
necessary, or new ones are needed,
call at the
Dallas Optical Parlors
318 Falling Bnlldlng,
Crr Third and Waahlaa-toa
Accent Fleor. Take Uevator.
Important Announcement! Out of Consideration for the Welfare of Our Employees We Shall Take
the Initiative and Close Dnring the Hot Month of August on Thursday Afternoons at One o'Clock
25c Grade at 17.
A sale of fine Maco Cotton Stock
ings, made seamless and. with rein
forced heel and toe and guaranteed
fast black. All sizes from 5 to 912.
best 25c grade, priced this "l T
sale at only X C
x HfntfRIS On
t-r wj . si.
The Most in Value, The Best in Quality
20c Grade at 12 c.
Heavy ribbed cotton Hose for boys,
made with triple knee and two-thread
heel and toe, all sizes from 5 to 10.
They are good, durable stockings that
sell regularlv at 20c pair -1 0 1
priced at X
All Over-Stocks, Broken
Lines and Odds and Ends
Reductions run up to a third and a half. Be sure that you
profit by the extraordinary savings. Temptingly small
prices are the rule in every department. The inducements
which we offer are beyond all competition and will certainly
prove irresistible to any woman who is interested in real
Sale Summer Silks
Your last opportunity to purchase new and beautiful
plain and fancy silks at this low price. A f
You have choice of 65c, 75c, 85c, $1 qual- 5C
ities at this sale for yard
Assortments have been rearranged, new lots added, and
tomorrow you will find the special sales tables heaped
high with new and beautiful silks that are priced at a
figure that will surprise you. This immense collection
of brijrht Summer silks is a part of the surplus stock
of a New York exclusive silk manufacturer, together
with all broken lines from our regular stock, .bvery
kind and color are included in fact, the assortment is
too great for description. You have choice of 27 to
36-inch natural colored pongees, in both rough and
smooth weaves 27-inch rough pongees in the wanted
shades 01 brown, green, blue, gray, etc. lu to 27-inch
fancy messalines in neat stripes novelty Jacquard
weaves in choice colorings 20 to 23-inch all silk and
satin foulards in an unlimited variety of designs in
desirable colors 24 to 26-inch plain, changeable and
fancy silk poplins, and a great many other equally as
fashionable silks. This is without doubt one of the
greatest offerings in point of quality and savings that
this section has ever offered. You have choice A Q
of 65c, 75c, 85c and $1.00 qualities, at per yard ttIC
Yard-Wide Messalines at $1.00 a Yard
Genuine Swiss Messalines, full 36 inches wide, all pure
silk and of guaranteed quality, shown .in all wanted
plain shades for street or evening wear, tfj-f f(
Very much underpriced at per yard . . P X XJKJ
Yard-Wide Satins at 98 a Yard'
Skinner's Yard-Wide Satins, for a hundred years the
best satins made shown in all wanted colors, plenty
in black and cream best standard $1.50 qual- QQ,
ity priced for this sale at per yard 70l
A Great Clean-Up Sale of
Women's Pretty Dresses
This season's styles in Lingerie and Mar
quisette Models, shown in plain effects or
handsomely trimmed t f O
Regular $10.50 values. J.tQ
Extra special, each ...... M-
IHere is interesting dress news, indeed. A
4- 1a. i.nli fnvno lmnflw nrwl
great cicau-up oaic ui owijj mi v ""
fifty beautiful lingerie and marquisette
dresses in this season's models. Handsome
and irresistibly pretty; well made in plain
models or beautifully trimmed; come in
sizes to 44. Opportunities of this character
do not linger, so we advise being IO QO
prompt. Reg. $10.50 val. Special. pO.S70
Lawn Waists, $1.50 Values, 98.
A great assortment of pretty lawn
Waists, beautifully designed in the
very newest and daintiest patterns;
shown in high or Dutch neck effect.
Also a line of shirts that are very suit
able for beach wear. Shown in either
plain .or striped effect. Regular QO
$1.50 values. Special at ZJOl
Wash Skirts, $1.50 Values, 50.
Here is quite a money-saving opportu
nity. An offering of about 300 women's
Wash Dress Skirts, that are a little
soiled but otherwise good as new. Every
woman finds great use for an extra skirt
or two, so come and get them for con
siderably under regular price. Cf
$1.50 values OUC
Bathing Suits at
Caps at . .
$2.50 to $4.50
. . .35c and 65c
....10c to 85c
These Substantial Savings
in New Wash Goods
Just now, in our Wash Goods Section, you will find extraordinary values in
the weaves and colorings that fashion favors most.
A Great Overstock of Voiles, Batistes, Organdies, Silk Mixed Goods,
in 15c to 35c qualities, priced at per yard
You will be delighted with these beautiful wash fabrics and surprised at the
ridiculously low price at Avhich they are marked for this sale. The assortment
includes a great lot of voiles, batistes, ogandies, silk mixed goods, etc., in a won
derful variety of styles and colorings, also remnants and odd pieces in all lengths
for waists, suits or dresses, m other reliable weaves. All are this sea
son's goods, and sell regularly at 15c to 35c a yard. Clean-up Sale, yard
Mercerized Poplins, shown in all the
wanted plain colors., Special, 25 yd.
Khaki Suitings, just the thing for out-
At 30c, 2oc and yard.
Indian Head suitings, shown in shades
of tan and blue. Special at 15 yard.
Reversible Suitings of linen finish,
in all wanted shades. Priced, 15 yd.
Extra-All Mammocks lU Off
All Prices, $1.00 to $7.50
Here is an important as well as a very timely sale of Hammocks. . Our entire
stock, including all weaves, styles and colorings, in prices from $1 up to $7.50,
Now at 1-4 Off.
Sale of French-American
Muslin Gowns, 98, $1.19, $1.75, $1.98 to $4.25
An elegant line of Women's Gowns, shown in a great
variety of styles and patterns. Beautiful garments
copied from the latest French designs and finished in
a superior manner.
Combination Suits 98, $1.19, $1.75, $1.98, $4.25
A wonderful assortment of pretty Combination Suits,
trimmed in neat hand-embroidered designs, made of
good quality material and well finished
Corset Covers, 59, 85, 98, $125, $1.75
A most wonderful line of dainty Hand-Embroidered
Corset Covers, made of good quality materials and
Chemise at 98, $1.19, $1.50 and $1.75
Dainty, well-made, finely-finished Chemise, shown in
a large variety of pretty patterns, neatly embroidered
in handsome designs.
Cleanup Sale Women's
Pumps and Oxfords
Shown in all styles and sizes, made of good d -i aq
leathers. Best $2.50 and $3 Values at p X I7
Now is the time for all women who are interested in
correct Footwear to invest' at a saving figure. Pumps
and Oxfords of good quality leather and shown in all
styles in gunmetal, patent calf and vici kid. They
come in tan and black in all sizes and are . I l
regular $2.50-$3 values. Priced tomorrow. . . P X trxZJ
Misses' and Children's Sandals of willow calf, shown in
two-strap styles. All sizes from 6 to 2. QQr
$1.50 values, priced at . yvC
Infants' One-Strap Shippers, also Shoes, in button and
lace. Good quality kid. All sizes. CtCkr
Best $1.00 values at only OIC
Boys' Moccasins and Scout Shoes, selling d yf Q
regularly at $1.75 to $2, priced at P X
Cleanup Sale Women's
and Misses' Sweaters
You should not fail to attend this sale of Women 'sand Misses 'Sweater Coats, for
such values as these are not met with every day. You may save a full third.
rs C O
S6.00 Grade at . .
A splendid assortment of styles to
choose from in both plain and fancy
weaves. Fine all-wool garments made
with V-shaped neck or with the popu
lar Byron or Sailor collar. They come
in all sizes in gray, white and red, and
are the regular $6 grade, o 7Q
priced this sale at pO
$3.00 Grade at
Every young lady should have a
Sweater Coat for vacation wear, espe
cially when such fine garments as these
can be purchased at such a low price.
At this sale you have choice of this sea
son's styles made with V-shaped neck.
All sizes in gray, white and red. Reg
ular $2.50 and $3 grades J1 QO
priced at P X UO