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THK MOUSING ASTORUy. HKPMMUAY. OCTOHEK ll, 8ii).
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GIGANTIC SHOE TRUST
. crp, 2J.(V'.W0; average rat yield, 1S T
I The average rat of yMd of oats, ac.
acute dysentery; J. J. Lewis Hellrlg!.
Fourteenth Infantry; John Cunning,
ham, Twelfth Infantry: accidental
H As RFFN flRnANlFr. corJ!'"r ,0.,h Amr,fM ArtcuMurtrt jm. r--. Twm,.rh
ainvs uubn vnvnniuuM nusneis pr acre, it if.,rV; ,hlr,, n.,., -h
buhel. abov, that of last year and an Tw,nty.flH1h ,nfwlry. chlvn(o
era higher than wa. ever befor. rh wmUun Dunwfcy Thn Mm
rcportej for th who., breadth. Th try. IIonry BttHUh nUn.
cop U estimated at .000 bushel, ry; Walter Scott, Fourth Infantry.
agnt 1mn in im and .M.W.f,hi W(lu. -.,...
The q.uUlty of th pivnt crop try. ,uninrt, ll ,,
Will Control Practically All the Shoe fllanu
factoring Machinery in the United States
i It unusually rood.
The authority named placci th aver
age condition of corn thrw points lower
MARKETS OF THE WORLD CONTROLLED
Corporal Ole Oundctwon, alimal corps;
neur-lls, fourth. Henry Oam. F,-
teenth Infantry; typhoid fevei. First
tMti September L and only two higher Jullu, Mm
tnan wa. reported at thl. date a yar try. Krnt Knapp ,nfan,ry
t . n . .1.. l at... m t . -ml
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yield shall substantial that Indicated
I by the present return, the crop It likely
to 0 found above l.lJt.000,000, a filriy
liberal rtsult. but not a record rrp.
Company Is Capitalized at $2,000,000 inl $3,000,000 Common
Stxk. Besides Half a Million Retained In Treasury-List
of Concerns Atsorted.
NEW YORK, Oct 10. The Standard Shoe Manufacturing
Company, which bos just filed articles of incorporation at Trenton,
n being organized for the purpose of consolidating practically all
of the important markets of shoe manufacturing machinery in the
This new company is the creature of interests which were re
cently successful in" forming the American Hide and Leather com
pany, commonly known as the UpperLeather Trust, and is part of a
scheme to make a close combination of the shoe manufacturing in
terests of the country, with a view to controlling not only the do
mestic trade, but the markets of the world as well. Thomas II
Ryan, who was the active promoter of the Upper Leather combine
occupias the same position toward the new company.
It la aald to be the scheme of th K W. Curtis of Curtiss, Jone ft Co..
shoe trade Interest who are behind the J shoe manufacturers, Reading, Pa.
oonibl nation of machinery maker to F. P. Reed, shoe manufacturer, Ro
follow this company with a oomblna-' Chester, N. T.
tloo of practically all the boot and! F. C Plncre of Plnrrw. A Smith
he manufacture- In New England,
about 125 In number and to consolidate
THE BRIGGS CASE
CROPS UP AGAIN
PROMINENT DIVINE RESIGNS
shoe manufacturers, Detroit
this writl. the American Hyde & Loath. NEWARK ORDERED TO MANILA
er and Standard Shoe Machinery Com
panies,maklng a gigantic truth that will
try to control the shoe trade of the' Captain McCaiid Wilt be ID. Command
When this general scheme was con.
edved several months ago, ateps were
taken to bring the shoe manufacturer
-Brooklyn Has Similar Orders.
NEW YORK, Oct. 10 A special to
together into a trust, but it was soon ,h Herald from Washington says:
found that little success could be e- Acting Secretary Allen has ordered simply the belated ghost of the age
cured by such a combination without!"1 cruiser Newark to the Philippine
Rev. Det'osta Gives np the Priest
hood Rather Than Sacrifice Ihr
Faith of His Childhood.
NfcW YORK. Oct 10,-An Interview
Is published with Rev. Dr. R. F. De
Costa, the Episcopalian clergyman who
has just resigned from th priesthood
on account of the admission of Dr.
Charle A. Brlgg as a minister of the
church. Dr. D Costa ay:
"Njw that the diocesan convention
la over and the Bible, so f ar as Episco
palians are concerned, has met with Its
Setan. I have concluded that h would
be quite as well to drop out of the
EpUcopal ministry altogrther. To my
mind, unless the unexpected come to
pass, the poor future of the Episcopal
movement must be considered clear.
Notwithstanding the effort to gloss the
matter over, the action of the disocesan
convention Is one of the signs of the
Ti;ls diocese and the Episcopal
church at large Is dominated by what
the ruling facUons call the spirit of th
ae. They forget to say what age.
This spirit that they talk about is
erteenth Infantry; gunshot wund. ac
cident, Frank B. Johnson, Twenty-n.-c-ond
ROOT AT WORK
ON HIS REPORT
IT WILL BE IMPORTANT
Civil Government of New IVscs
sions and Withdrawal of Mili
tary Anthoriiit-s Foreshadow rd
NUW YORK. Oct. 10.-A spoclal
the Herald frjrn Washington says:
Secretary Root ha returned from the
went, where he went with the presi
dent and will Immediately begin work
on his annual report which will be f
great Importance. Beside recounting
the doings of th military arm In th
Philippines. Cuba and Porto Rico, he
will probably make recommendation
regarding the future government of the
It Is well known that he wishes to In-1
acgurate a civil government In Porto!
Pico at th earliest posMble moment
and that he favors the speedy with
drawal of many soldiers from Cuba.
The president will dep-nd largely
upon the report of the Philippine com
mlMion, In shaping his proposals fir
tl.e government of throe Islands, but
Secretary Kojt will haw something to
say In his report as to control by the
military pending th Institution of civil
s of Bargains
The Largest Stock of Dry Goods.
Furnishing Goods, Notions, Etc.,
on the Columbia River.
. THE SriALLEST" EXPENSE . .
$1,300.00 Worth of
kets and Com
forts, at Special
75c gray cotton blsukets, law
site, sale price 4-lc.
f 1.00 grs or while cotton blsuk
Is, full site, sale price fllV.
ti gray hall wool blanket, full
sue. sale pric H..V).
7So larjr sit bed spreaJs, sal
1.00 larg site bed spreads, sal
i..3 -l 4 heavy bel (.rJs, sale
wiute oittou niliug, sals pno
Linens and Domes
tics. tM-incb eltrs heavy cream lUniaak,
V ysrd eitr good vslue.
5H-iorh full bleached all linen
damask, 3V per yani.
Turkey red Utile 'ilauunk, :'.V per
j llea-l.e, dinner napkin at
f 1.00 per doien.
size fringed napkin, special
sale price 50o doien.
L I. special varl wide
special 4'4e ysrd.
An eitraohllnsry offering nf
ladies' fin silk wsiiU la all tlm
IsHxt ilyle and color from 1175.
.New plain and plaid woolen shirt
waist now on sale, vry on tip
fcwlsu in style and ouloriogs.
beo you aol to buy cvtu ami
see us, it may mean aaviug.
ings. UdiVl3, resist Oc,,
'dies' heavy rubber vest 30o
Udies' muslin night gown sjclsl
Lsdle' outing flannel night
gown. .V, fioo, tl5o, 74c and f 1 UU
ChikliW outing Hanneled night
Kwns and sleeping suits
idle' long waist, beat quality,
black Mteen corse la, special fitk).
lilies' coau, pluali Capsa, golf
rape, fur collarette, golf and
sikloj, Just arrived, at lowest
Ladie' doqbl teiture can mack
into.be. full skirts, poul t3 50.
IjmIi all wool double tenure
princes cap guaranteed colors
nsvv black and gwn-speoial iW
CtuIJreiis' mat kintosues, the Isrg
eat stwk In Astoria, special low
At our notion owiinter tur uitubl
Ulikel goes K'l sy lowatd
ujiplyiiig ymir ant.
Udell hair pius ter dixso, &o.
Kublmr drnuiug enuilx, uuly Hk
llsloae (KK-ket lornls, only Da
lre it) i r el. only Ik".
Aluiuliiuiu thitublrs, only Ifl.
Iealber pumes, anly V.
Oiildrus fut bU k doubl koe
stiM'klngs !, o to II per pair l(K
Ciilldreiis eilra lieavy fleeced
lined last blat k doubl-aus stock
bigs, 3 pain lor 'Ik:
We lilies' fast bla.-k silk finish
stocklngs,ale price per pair I'JO.
8.V latic' fast blwk list ho,
doubl heel and li-s, eporiai sal
r pair XV.
Boys' Knee Pants.
Jloyi' corJuroT pants, best qual
ity, aell sesed, sues 4 to 14, good
valil at 7.V, speoial price lc
lloya' scIhniI pants made of food
strong worsted, asoirted colors,
special pric :';ic wir.
Two piece t)Y suits of good
slmng worsted, well rwe.l, a good
rbooi suit, Ipecial prtc f M .
. . Shanahan's . . .
the co-operation of the makers of shoe sh i now fitting out at Marc Island,
machinery, to whom royalties would ! Captain B. H. McCalla, who did uch
have to be paid and with whom lay thejsd work at Guantanamo, is In corn
power to at any time ruin the manu- mand.
facturers trust Coosenuently the shoej The auxiliary cruiser Badger will re
trust project wa dropped for the time lulre 15 day for repairs. The gunboat
being and work was begun by the shoe' Bancroft is practically ready and will
machinery people themselves. j be speedily put In commission. The
The new Standard Shoe Machinery , Nashville has arrived at San Juan,
company will acquire the following con
cerns and patents:
where she Is taking coal aboard. The
New Orleans I on her way to New
I York to be repaired. The Brooklyn will
i sail for Manila tomorrow or Thurs-
The Episcopal church has made a
new departure and I cannot go alone
with it Consistency requires a repu
diation of the whole scheme and I
have adopted the best method. I prefer
tne raitn I learned at mother's knee to
the Inventions of sciolists."
GOAL OF AFRO-AMERICANS.
Bishop Walter Says Raoe Is Discrim.
mated Against In th SirtJth.
UUWERS AND TRUSTS
The Woodward Manufacturing eom
nanr. Includnla- Its Datented machines
for heel work; the Bay 9tate Phoel,1ay'
Manufacturing company. Including It
patented machines consisting of welt
and turn machine, lock-stitch stitcher.
... . , . . . . i T..l. c n j
wen neaier, wen saiver, oouoin wino- iaar dining UiUIHlaS
er, welt beveler and groover, rough
rounder and stitch Indenting machine
and sole-laying and sole-levelling ma
chines: Buizell's patents for a sprlng
htael machine and for heel breasting
machine; the Sinning Lasting Machine
company. Including, its patented last
ing machine, also DaAerrted in England;
McDowell's patents for a heel and sote
t rimming machine.
Trusi Legislation In Any Form.
The company Is capitalized at )2,t00,
000, 7 per cent cumulative stock (pref
erential as to capital as well as divi
dend), and 13,000,000 common stock.
There will be retained in the company's
treasury for future acquisition $500,000
each In preferred and common stock.
The directors and manager of the
new company will be as follows:
T. B. Kmher, Diamond Match com
pany, Westevllle, Conn.
B. V. Spinney, shoe manufacturer of
Norway, Me., and Lynn, Mass., and
president of the National Security bank j
J. N. Smith, retired shoe manufac
turer of Lynn, Mas.
W. B. Hoemer, president of the Bay
State Shoe Machine company, Boston.
NEW YORK, Oct. 10.-A special t
American Federation of tabor, ha
written an editorial for the current
number of the official organ of the Fed
eration. Uch may have an Important
effect In tending to prevent the trust
Issue from assuming Importance a a
Mr. Gomper takes strong grounds
BOSTON. Oct. 10,-Blshop Walter,
president of the National Afro-American
council, delivered a lecture at the
North Russell Street A. M. E. church
last night on "The Trials and Achieve
ment of the Negro Raoe."
ne s-im tne goal to be reached by
Afro-Americans Is all that is guaran
teed to American citizens by the Con-
arlltitf... mwA .1.. - M T - .
I -......, .im auim ui inaepena
nice. This means, first, liberation
from the mob; second the right to cast
a free and untrammeled ballot; third,
to hold office; fourth, admission to ho
tels, restaurant, steamboats and all
other public place. Continuing, he
"Lynching, especially by mutilation
SPECIAL CENSUS AGENTS.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 10 Director
Merrl iri of the census has decld-d to
appoint special a (rents In all of the lar
gest cities for employment not to exceed
30 to 40 days, In gathering Information
only as to the mechanics and manu
factures. This step Is Intended to meet
the requirement that the mechanical
ind manufacturing Industries data be
.'I'llevted wi'hln two years from J'ir,e,
lm fn Women
and burning at the stake Is a relic of
barbarism. Thousands of Afro-Americans
have been murdered In cold blood
I against any anti-trust legislation in
any form. He says he Is convinced
that the government Is not capable of
Vi evviiuiig ine legitimate development Y "e lynchers since emancipation
of natural concentration of Industry, ' They outrage us with Impunity, de
and that all the propositions to do so'i'y our property at will and seem
which have come under his observation ' to have no compunction or conscience."
would beyond doubt react with greater' Taking up another, Bishop Walter
force and Injury upon the working peo- 8alJ:
pie than the trusts.
ESTIMATED WHEAT CROP
Fairly Good Returns But Not
j lt- negro must be allowed to cast
I a free and untrammeled ballot In all
I parts of this land."
j ine speaker then quoted from the
i Iaw of dlffermt states and said that
I the Afro-American council was pre-
paring to test the constitutionality of
i the election laws of Mississippi, Loufai-
and and South Carolina.
Great Left Over Sale
Frices Away Down.
Vou'll Sajr So,
When Yon Sec Prices.
GreatAmerican Importina Tea Co.
171 CosLasrelal Astsrt.
Manufacturing company, Boston.
Thom:n G. Plant, shoe manufacturer,
W. W. Spauldlng, shoe manufacturer, !
Haverhill, Mass. !
K. C. Spencer of Hamilton Brown J
OTI8' CAUSALTIEB REPORT.
NEW YORK. Oct. 10,-Tl.e ,.
H. F. Bothfield. treasurer Woodward ( wh(.at crop of m9 ,g elrtlmated by thel
American Agriculturist In Its final re-
j Port ;,o be published today at EK.koo.000 WASHINGTON, Oct. .JO.-Oeneral
WWM-WW M Otis has cabled the following casual
compared with a production lost year tleg
which. In the llcht IK. .
. , ov.. T,raPma Corporal Joseph M. Yallit
H. Stuart Rusk of Gllman & Rusk, movement cannot have been less than , .u . . .
71-n.mftr """" rope.
' ' ' Twenty-second infantry; tuberculosis.
The average yield per acre Is nlaced - ,
" Moradv T). Jones. Fourteenth in
Bhoe company. St Loui. at 12.5 bushels. The winter wheat crop ,,,. a t i, ' ,
I .", dysentery, Samuel Alexander, Twenty-
Ellhu Thomson of the General Elec ; ' estimated at 297,000,000 bushels; aver- coM Infantry. Fourth fl Mtlor
trie company, Swampwott. Mass. ' age y.e.d, 11.5 . busheta; .prtng wheat Chare, aw rM,. Infantry,
He say wa always o light
and well baked.
Well there I a knack In mak
But don't forget the kind of
stove or range used make a
difference. His mother Used a
Star Estate Pange
AH AU Equal
Styles 1 -f to
One :Q any
Price l $5.00
$3-50 I shoe
I History, mogrsiiliv,
Also "Queen Quality"
Shoes for Women
E, C. Goddard & Co,
Orcgonlan Building, Portland.
iv-irrence, I ietry.
All standanl work.
Soeoud-hand school bojks, large (o k
cheap brnil-btud tuagailor. Li
branr bought. Large stock o( novels,
2--N-ZU Taubill 8t., llow Second.
Telephone Red 2SS1
301 Washington St, corner Fifth
Opposita Hotel Perkloi
Indies Hair Dressing a Specialty
Ladie entrance to bth ,
on Fifth street.
TIIK LAI'.JIK Hl'ILDlXt..
rlKO'M) and WASI.MiToS, 8t
20, 21, 22, 23
W. C. A. Pohl,
mm coioin. "
f and Funeral Director
Caskets and Fnneral Hui.plle constanl
i ly on liantl.
PORTLAND, - OREGON. Corner lltl, toj 1)., Bts, A.torl., Or
Foard & Stokes Company
Ship Chandlers and General Wholesalers and
Fruits and Meats
tl Bond Street
Paints and Oils
Largest 5tore of the Kind in Oregon.