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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 11, 1904.
JOURNAL READERS ADMITTED
TO CARNIVAL FREE TONIGHT
WILL STOP ALL
Coupon Printed Below Good Eor Admission. Clip
It and Make Merry. .'
By special arrangement The Journal
haa made It possible for Ita readere to
attend the Carnival tonight free. Be
low la published) a coupon which. If
slipped and presented at'tbe-naln.gate,
la good (or one bdmlaslon.
This is an opportunity Journal readera
may well take advantage of. To those
who have not .already attended. It la un
usual, and for- those who have It offers
chance to once more snake merry and
see new and additional acta probably
not 'holding forth at the time of their
"Dare Devil" Edwarda continues with
a la gravity f defying, hair raising rush
down an Incline and ump on a wheel
and Profeaaor Green contrlbutea an act
seen for the first time In Portland his
spiral , tower- and ball-rolling perform
ance. Many other amusements, too,
hold forth that may be seen - on the
ground Clip the coupon from today
Journal and attend. : Leave worry and
ear at home. "Life la short and when
we're dead 'tie for a long time.".
7TJOOD FOR ONE ADMISSION
Slv V V': to main QAm':ir.::
Mai Gras andXarhival
(Multnomah field) . :' ':''' ,;. ''
TONIQMT MONDAY '
lCCOUNT OP THE JOURNALS
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' management ; la atlll
mnrin an effort to have a weddin
In the big tent, aa wae promtaed at the
beginning of the aeaaon. The German
wedding did not -materlallae Saturday
evening. At the last minute the bride
refused to- be wedded In a circus tent
-The management now offers a 1100 out-
fit to the flrat couple who will wonaent
' to be married on the carnival grounda
' In addition -to thla the committee will
. pay the clergyman'e fee, the- cost of
carriage hire, the iloenae fee and other
"fiaclTnight it thla week will be glran
over to aorae- organisation aa In the
past Tonight will be retail clerka' and
nlaht.- Tomorrow night the
Vmnnria will be turned over to fraternal
nrriara and the Telegram, weonesqay
will be eet apart for memoera or moor
. organisation" and good looking babies.
There will be prlaea for the prettleat
. Thursday will be pke night and? Frt
d will be press night and grand en
' pare-devn" Edwarda had not euffl
"elently' recovered from the- lpjuriee he
- receiveo jrnaay evening,
nrrfv nlrht. but he will appear thla
-avenlna- at t:tt. All thd wearing
! masks will.' be admitted free: to. the
rounds this evening. Thla week there
ni" hs no afternoon serformancea.
The proceeds, of the carnival, aa be
fore, will be used toward proviaing a
(Km for fraternal and federated trades
organisational The- officers of the
, Mardl Oraa will be present thla eren-
lng to assist In the merrymaking.
. TTJBW BOW BATrBBBOB. V
Efforts have been - made by "Bob'
Patterson to secure a license to conduct
a saloon at 40 North - ourtn street.
There haa been much opposition to
granting auch a llcenae and, It la now
underatood that thelicense committee
baa turned down the application. It la
stated that Patterson did not desire to
conduct the saloon himself But that
he wished to transfer the privilege of
conducting- the house to a second in
dividual. Patterapn formerly conducted
a saloon In this city but his llcenae waa
SOCIALISTS NAME ..
TICKET AT LATAH
i (Special Dlspetcb to The Joornal.)
Moscow, Ida.. July 11. The Socialist
, arty at the Latah county convention
Saturday nominated for sheriff A. K.
Blddlson; probata Judge. W. H, Witham;
superintendent of schools. Miss Effle
Whltmore; surveyor, George A. Eggle
ston; eommlssloners. Mat hew Miller, A.
Holm, S, O. Greenwood ; representa
tives. A. 'A. Anderson, T. Ev Miller, M.
C Davis; sens tor, A. M. Holdale; at
torney. Rev. L. N. B. Anderson"; coroner,
C. H. Whltmore; treasurer, Mrs. Belle
283-255 Morrison St.
We move on July 10, and to clear
ouf ahelvea and counters 'of all
our high-grade CLOAKS. SUITS.
JACKETS. WAISTS. LADIES'
NECKWEAR, will aell them, at
COB3CBBCXBO TKXaj ATTBB
At t:t p. m.
Dally and evening sales at 1:1
ana :iu p. m. , . ,
Come early and get the pick 'of this
( fine stock.
IT MUST BE SOLD
. . And without' limit or reserve
WB WILL Unt AWT OABKBBT
' BOUOHT AT AUOTIOB.
FOR CONOR O'KELLY
MA.BT OOaUDTTBBS APBOXBIBB
TO BATBNOBABOB OT tBXSM
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The committee on arrangements for
the entertainment . and reception
Conor O'Kelly, member of the British
parliament, met yesterday ' and' ap
pointed the' various committees which
will have charge of . the affair. The
women-of the city have also become In
terested in . maaing me aisiinauisnea
man's - visit : notable and a. number of
auxiliaries have been formed to co-oper
ate with the committees.
Another meeting will be held tomor
row evening for the purpose of arous
ing further Interest in the visit of Mr.
O'Kelly. The meeting will be held
the Mlnlna- Exchana-e halL Chamber of
Commerce building.- The following ..are
the oommltteea , that , were appointed
yeaterday: i "-
Reception committee ur. anarew v.
Smith, chairman; R M. Brahnlck. Rich
ard Wilson, M. O. Mualy,- B. J. Sharkey,
J. B. Ryan. Dennla Crowley, J. M. dear
tn, J. W, Sweeney, T. B. McDeVItt,
Uamea Pralny. P. E. Sullivan. T. M.
Richardson. J. W. McGinn, James
O'Connor. William Courtney. Steve Col
Una, Jamea, Foley,. L N. Fleischner, J.
H. Murphy. J. E. Cronln, Wallace Mo-
Camant, W. R. McOarry, Francis L Mc
Kenna, J. P. Kavanaugh, T. x. Murphy,
T. - J. McNamee, Thomas Kindred
Charles Duggan. W. -A.Munly. J. T.
O'Shea P. B. Blnnott, -W, B. Oorooran,
WUllam Foley. B. S. Pague. J. JS. Mul
ley, W. J. Wilson, Ben Selling, Charles
DeBurgh, P. Campion. P. J.- Smith,
Patrick Bacon, . Thomas -Whalen, John
W. Kelly. Thomaa O'Day, J. T. Mo
Donnell, E. H. Deery, Jamea Sheehy,
Frank A. Heltkemper, Dan F. Campbell,
N. J. Levlnson. Mark O'Nell. John Kelly,
Dan R. Murphy. H. H. Newhall, John
F. Carroll, H. E. McGinn. John O'Nell.
H. C Bowers. Owen Carraher, John E.
Kelly, Ernest Bross," James Oleaaon, R.
Sherlock, J. u. Kennedy, Paul Was
singer. Col. William -Crooks, CoL James
Jackson, Gen. Thomas A. Anderson, P.
H. McDonnell. J. P. Buckley, D. R. Mo-
Quire, D. J. McLoughlln,. Thobura Ross,
Paul R, Kelty, Roger B. Blnnott, Gen.
O. Summers, CoL D. M. Dunne, Arthur
D. Marshall, Isaao Lawler, Robert J.
O'Nell, J. F. Kelly, Joseph Tierney, Gen.
v. w. jsurka : .
Finance James' O'Connor. Michael
Qulnn, Thomas Kindred. Steve Collins,
D. F. Campbell, Charles Maher. P. E.
Sullivan. Mark O'Nell, J. W. McGinn.
J. P. McEntee. John B. Coffee, Frank
Heltkemper, James Fralney.
Invitation Wallace Mccamanf, Dr.
A. C, Smith, D. J. Malarkey, M. G. Mun-
ly, John Manning, .
Program I. H. Murphy; t Austin
Kretman, Jamea O'Conwer, J.' K. Stan
Hall T. B. McDevltt, . W. Stinger,
P. Kavanaugh. M. O. Orlffln. John
Preea-Jamea Henneasy Murphy.
TO ESCAPE ARREST
' '(Joaraal Special semes.)
Mullan, Idaho, July 11 John Maok,
, c Jewett and J. Cummlnga were
arrested here yesterday for selling jew
elry on the street without a -UcetuveJ
One of them feigned drunkenneaa and
could not be got to jalL
When the- aherlff returned from din
ner Mack and Dewltt had due out. of
Jail, and Dewltt waa Just leaving. Bath
were recalled. Cummlnga had revVed
and nid in a lumber pile, but waa later
TAKEN TO COURT
Thomas Mfnnack and John Mlnnack.
brothers; are at wae. John charges
Thomas with threatening to kill him.
and declares that last night he placed a
revolver to hie breast and swore he
would murder him. The case was called
before- Municipal .Judge Hogue thla
morning and waa continued for hearing
The caae la fraught with featurea that
makea It an unuaual one. The charge
said to be the result of trouble .: bei
tweea the brothers arising ever Mra
Thomas Mlnnack.- She conducts a loda
Ing-house at Mill and First streets. She
and her husband recently arrived here
from Chicago, from whence they oame. It
la aald. at the brother's aolicltatlon. - -
A quarrel took place last night. It la
aald. resulting In the encounter between,
the brothers. Policeman Carr stepped
iT, placed Thomas Mlnnack under
This morning the brother ap-
agalnst him In -the municipal
V BiKBBS ZsT SAX.OOB,
Hope. Ida... July 11. H. Sproulea, a
Germane died instantly In a saloon here
According to deep-sea captains, the
river steamers have been exceeding the
rate of speed to which they are limited
while in the harbor,' and complaint of
the matter haa been made to Harbor
master Ben Blglln. He has notified the
owners of the boats that speed will
either have to be reduced to conform.
with the ordinance covering the aub-
Ject or they will have to stand the con
sequences by paying flnee. - -
Captain -Garrison, master of the Brit
ish ship Rajore, Is one of those who
lodged a complaint. . The cargo has Just
been discharged from his vessel, and she
is lying at Montgomery dock Nov 1. To
keep her-on an even i keel a ballast-log
extending the full length has been
lashed to either side of the ship. When
the steamers are running at a high rate
of speed It Is said there is great dan
ger of the lines holding the logs In place
.snapping in twain, in suctt an event
the vessel, no longer having support,
would be swept back and forth by the
waves, and It la feared that they would
be sufficient In force to make .the ship
lurn iuxii. . i
' Those who are taking an Interest In
the subject say that one day last week
three of the river steamers went down
'the river together at a high rate of
speed, each endeavoring ' to get In the
lead and maintain It As they went by
the Rajore, monster waves were, created.
The ballast-logs were carried high up
against the side of the vessel, and when
the waves receded the heavy - tlmbere
came down with a jerk. It was thought
at thetime that the force of the fall
going to cause the lines to part, and the
officers and. crew were expecting to be
precipitated Into the river..- Fortunate
ly the lashings held, but the ship rocked
treaty several minutes after the racing
Steamers had gone on down stream and
disappeared around the curve.
The Serge Suit season grows longer every "year, It used to be",
considered a .midsummer suit With many men now it is out
of a winter suit and into a . serge, We don't wonder it's , a
good suit to live with, v y t ' ;
Unless a Serge Suit Is made in a broad, liberal way, look out
for - itslap-dash" tailoring won't work. . We buy from - the
- right people and consequently the right stock.
Semi-Annual Sale Prices
$8.85, $11, $1 2.50, $13.50, $ 1 5,$16.65, $18.85, $2 1
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WABJWZFS LIATI, . .
The Wyoming and Ban! Jones Oo at
S a. ta. . .. ;;7"-
With whistles sounding a-last adieu
the - warships beaded down stream : this
morning at . ff o'clock, and are now well
under way to the mouth of the Colum
bia river. As though regretting to go.
they took their departure slowly, only
making eight miles an hour. At this
rate or speed they will not be able to
put to sea before sometime tonight. The
torpedo boat destroyer Paul Jones - Is
capable of making It miles an hour, but
the monitor Wyoming,, which Is not half
so speedy, took the lead.; Pilot Patter
son If escorting them down to the sea.
The vessels were visited yesterday bv
large" crowds," but not so ' many people
went to see them, as on the preceding
Sunday. A big business, however, wss
done by the owners of the small harbor
aft, who are now anxiously waiting
some other big event to be pulled
off when battleships ' ' will again be
ordered here. But they do not expect
to see them before the Lewis and Clark
fair Is held, when they will once more
prepare to cater to the public' Every
thing went off smoothly yesterday, and
there were no accidents to roar the last
day that the big vessels' were In. (he
harbor.- ' j
Laden with 100 tone of oata, 100 tone
of. wheat and 200,000 latha, the ateamer
Chleo aalled thla morning for San Fran-
Cisco, The. grain was shipped by Bal-
rour, uutnrie co.
At o'clock this morning the Amer
ican . steamship Pleiades left np from
the mouth- of the river for Portland.
She Is coming from Taooma to load
government lumber for Manila. - Her
cargo wilt be received at the Portland
mill. It la probable that ehe will take
out lit the neighborhood of ; 1,000,000
Loaded with supplies and tackle
gasoline launch left Portland "this morn
ing for Deer Islandat 4he mouth of the
Columbia, where salmon fishing la again
in fun blast. The outfit - belongs to
Hendershot ft Hoffman, the weu-known
All the machinery has been Installed
In the Sellwood ferryboat. In a Tew
days the carpenters will complete their
part of the contract, and then the ves
sel will be resdy to go Into commission.
Captain Spencer" has decided " not to
start making round trips with Ms
steamer between Portland and The
Dalles nnttt . next Monday. ' The post
ponement was made . on account of the
newsboys to whom the vessel has-been
donated to take them out on an- ex
cursion next Baturdsy. , - ..
With her. whletles shrilly blowing and
the members of the crew running for
ward and aft those who were in the
vicinity of the Couch street dock this
morning at o'clock thought that the
lighthouse tender Heather was on fire. J
But . upon Inquiry It waa learned that
only the regular (Ire . drill, which Is I
held twice a month waa In progreea.
The captain was standing on the upper
deck issuing orders, and until they had
air got In position to do effective work
the men did not know but that they had
been caned upon to tight a Are In re-
Ilty. Some of them were running back
and forth with hose, extinguishers and
other paraphernalia this mtwnlng, while,
others lowered the life boats. When
they had gone through all the maneu
vers thought to be necessary, and. sat-1
IsYylng themselves that - there wui no 1
(Ire to c"ontend with the men were again
allowed to go back to their every day
duties aoout ins snip.
Astoria, July 1 1. Arrived down at
m. Steamer CoUimbla.
Arrived at :t0 and left up at t a, tn- I
steamer Pleiades, from Tacoms. .
Sailed at 7 a. m., steamer Chleo,' for
Balled at 11:11 a, m., steamer Colum
bia for San Francisco. '
San Francisco, July 11. Sailed at
11:10 a. tn., steamer Costa Rica, for
Astoria, July 10.- Arrived down at 1
noon and sailed at 1:10 p. m., ateamer
Francis H. Leggett. towing log raft, for
San FranclacoT July I. Sailed at
to P. nw steamer Alliance, for Port
land and coast porta
Astoria. July 11. Condition of the bar
at I a m., smooth: wind northwest:
weather cloudy. - :
,.' : ' ....
B. Chambers. Optician. .
Wholesale and retail, lit Seventh St.
?r.pe HABITS FrJuMANCNTLY CURtE
.GAINS MORE TIME
(Special Bkpatca to The InunaL) J
Salem, Or., July 11. The supreme
court today decided the. case of the
Flanagan estate vs. Orand Central Land
oompany and Bangor Land tt Improve
ment company. Belt Line Railway com
pany, Cooa Bay et al., granting to the
purchasers of the land six months' ex
tension of the time for redemption from
date of today. The ' Barber law case
was not decided.
MAN FATALLY SHOT
(Jeoraal Special Serrlee.) - '
Chicago. July 11. Andrew -Cuneo of
Cuneo Brothers, wealthy fruit brokers.
was shot and probably fatally wounded
at noon today at his place of business
by Antonio Cresoeo, his brother-in-law.
Family troubles and business rivalry
are said to be the causa
Cresceo barely ' escaped mobbing at
the hands of the crowd that soon gath
ered. The police rescued 'the man after
he bad been severely beaten.
GRAND TRUNK SURVEY
' TO HEAD AT-SKEENA
fflneefAl Dianetrh ea'Tfc InaraalA n
Victoria, B. C, July . 11. Arrivals
from . Northern British Columbia bring
the news that Indians from the interior
give out the information that Sv large
party - of Orand Trunk engineers have
eome through the Rockies from the
Northwest Territories Into British Co
They oame by way of the Pine River
pass and are' reported by the Indians
to be making toward the head watera of
the Skeena river. - . .
COLFAX BALL GAME
ENDS IN FREE FIGHT
(Spade! Dispatch te The Journal.)
Colfax. Wash., July U.-r A free-for-all
light, ending la el in oat a riot, and a
forfeited game were the features of
yesterday's ball fame between Palouse
A. Binnard of Colfax waa the umpire
selected, by the teams. A sauabble en
sued between the umpire and one of the 1
Palouse team over a decision, which re-
House . V
Clean, - - M Q
Weight',. ?."." y J
Beaton, tamp at.... TOO
Sstabllsfeed 18S5. Oreg m Bhoae, Bed T?
BCHANSM A NEXT."
L.Manuscturers of and
dealers la, all kinds of
Marble, Granite and
' Xatlmatee Olven
suited in the Palouae man jlugging the
Both sides Immediately took part In
the affair. Officers were called and af
ter considerable difficulty the light was
stopped. .The game was called off.
There was about $1,000 wagered on the
result of the contest. -
aXZJDBBi XAS AWSBBXCXTZS,
(Journal Special Serrlee.)
Stockbrtdge, Mass.. July 11. Rich
ard Watson Qilder, the novelist. Is suf
fering from appendicitis.
268 F12ST STREET
Bet Madison and
ins been nsM by vnuoas of Motbmlor tbetr
etandren wblle To thins for Over rtrty Tears.
It booums tb ehlld, eortens the soma, allays
an paio. eures wina eouo ana m u
Seeied? foe dUurhoM.
Preferred Stock Oanned Oooda.
Allen Lewis' Best Brand.
Of pro verba and maxima we each have
i store, .. ..,..;;.;.,. ,i
Wis eonnael and preaching we've all
Bntf yon wtU try then we think yoaH
Tbm ralaa of three little words I v tt
The number of losses, failures and other annoyances caused
by not acting upon these three little words Do It Now are
hard indeed to estimate, nor are we going to try. What we.
wish to impress upon you is this: That if you're in 'need of
-AXMIMSTER RUGS, 8x12- You csn'tfind a rioHer v -1.
floor covering anywhere. - Special $31.80
Axminster Rugs 8-3x10-6. Special. $28.00
Anatolian Velvet Rugs, for beauty of colorings and ar--- '
' tistic design the peer. . Extra Special. . . . . . . . . . .$27.50
Reversible Smyrna Rugs, 9x12, in green and red, cen-
. . ter figures. Special. ..........917.50
And wish to get the most value1 for your money, the best se
lection, the prettiest design and unsurpassed quality com
bined with our - - - ;
Our Lace Curtain and
To attend the GREAT JULY CLEARANCE SALE OF
CARPETS AND RUGS. , V ;
Tapestry Brussels, beautiful floral design, very "good qual-' " .
ity."-Special.-. . . . .-", .. i .,- .85v -' -Tapestry.
Brussels, floral and oriental designs, hall and ' ;
stairs to match. Special. ....... u. ....$1.0Oj,
Tapestry Brussels, the best; elegant assortment of de-
signs, with or without borders. ' Special. ....... .$1.15 - -
All-Wool Ingrain, no better made, large line of patterns,
guaranteed towearr Special .rrr. . . . ; ". '. ...... .00"
Also affords unequaled buying and money saving facilities
durine this month. We are closinsr out all our odd nairs and
" have " marttdthernway rlowaTueorike-thefflover-j
$10 DOWN ON $100 WORTH OF GOODS
; $5 DOWN ON $50 WORTH OF GOODS
. Tl DOWN ON $10 WORTH OF GOODS
1NO EXTRA CHARGES V
3 90 Washington Street
THE STORE WHERE YOUR CREDIT 13 aOOD
Don't Forget Tbat Our Men's and Ladles Wearing Apparel C-zizr. crsat Your frrvfr-
last night. He haa no relatives eo far
w-e roil FUU TKUtA
as known, 'i.