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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL'. PORTLAND. MONDAY EVENING. JULY 18. 1901.
DELBOAT iniDl TO TMM
TIOVAXi COTBTIpir SAT
'SKASXA OBATOB M AS TBOMO
' AM STSB ZB X UABBBIBZT O
, V XVB SIXOCBATIO 7ABTT. V . ,
o( Oregon's delegation to the national
' . iMmoc ratio convention at Bt. Louis, la
- in the city today, en rout home. Mr.
' Sheridan U well pleased. with the work
and reaulta of the convention, he hav-
.; 1ns; been e. Parker man from the uret,
lie. with Governor Chamberlain. C E.
' Redfleld and Frederick V. Hoi man. voted
- for Parker front the flrat ballot to the
- laat, while with like firmness hla col?
lencure m the delegation, a. M, oariana
- and. J. n. Matlock, etood for Hearst.
. James Oleason voted for MoClellan, and
-: W. r. Butcher for Bird S. eoler.
" "My strongest Impressions of the eon-
vention? Well, perhapa the thing tnat
. . struck me moat forcibly wag the inriu
enc" of , Mr. Bryan. Hla peraonailty
carried far mora weight Ihnn that of anr
other man. No on elaa could quiet the
' convention. Whenever ha appeared on
the platform' and elgned with, hla handa
for quiet, the nolae immediately eeaaed.
" 1 think he acquitted hlmaelf with credit.
' and the statement from certain quarters
that he hurt himaelf In any way by hla
'.r actions la the convention 4a a mistake.
Ue yielded all -that ha should, and he
'did It gracefully. I think Bryan went
out of the convention Just aa strong; aa
he went Into It. '
'Another feature that Impressed me
. wan the atrength and high character of
the men from the -south, t There were
'some splendid delegations from the
. southern state. I met many of theae
,- men and formed acquaintances that hare
. greatly increased ray respect and adml
; ration for the southern people.
"As to the rtault of the convention, I
mb aura It tneana harmony. There was
. a harmonizing eplrit throughout, and 1t
-wna strong- to the laat. The beet man
"waa nominated andevery one went Away
feeling well pleased with, the work of
the convention. .-
"The greatest demonstration in the
entire convention' occurred when Mr.
Bryan nominated Francis M. Cockrell
- -Mtaaeurt-for-prealdenfer It-waay-not
ao much a demonatratlon by delegatea aa
It waa by the spectators, of whom there
wrere thousand In the halL- It waa
monster convention, and Intenaely inter
; "eating all the time, even through the
whole night when the convention, aat
through the contest on resolutions and
. Mr. Bherldan talked Interestingly of
the various notable persona gea at the
, big convention. ' Ha aald Champ Clark
t. waa . a very atrong presiding officer.
John Sharp Williams, for the flrat time
prominent in a Democratic national con-.
; vention, la not a atrong man physically.
While he. la a man of ability, hla per
aonailty la not extraordinary. Hill at
tracted but little attention on the floor.
' Rheehan of New , York waa noticeable"
: for hla aoolabla manner. . . - ..: ; : .,
: ROOMING HOUSE
A' aect - known aa Oode church 1 I
building oh Hawthorn avenue a church I
PATROLMAN FA NTS
4" . .be
WHILE CHIEF TALKS
After standing In line for a half hour
thla morning, listening to Chief of Polio
Hunt review the ordinances- of the city.
Patrolman Rowley of the second night
relief, fainted and had to leave the
ranks. He went to the assembly room
upstairs, where he aoon recovered, after
which he went home. v..
This morning Chief Hunt held the
men of the day patrol and second night
relief In Una a half hour each, explain
ing various cttr ordinances to them, and
IrmtfUCtlng tBemrmg to their duties rela- evdlnsnre relative ta fnrtrlng pe4trlanj
tlv thereto. It waa quit warm in the
malnujroora. where the "men stood In
ranks, and Policeman Rowley waa over'
"1 hava not been feeling very well
for aeveral days." aald Mr. Rowley,
"and the close air of the room, com
blned with the-long stand, waa too much.
I simply could not endure It, and
fainted." ' ;
Chief Hunt thla mornjng directed hla
remarks ' with a particular emphaala to.
the work in the north end and the
to. move on.
building of three stories and base
ment, the flrat floor being an audience
room and the remainder of the build
ing out Into Bleeping rooms that the
elders propose to rent to lodger, with
the Idea of thus raising a main
tenano fund for the church. The build
ina ia being erected by the member of
the church, and la now nearly ready for
the plumbing, which they will let to the
lowest bidder. - There la no steeple, and
the- ohurch la severely plain la every
respect. Elder Nell la the pastor, and
he with a number or tne eiaer naa
been absent front th olty for aome
time, attending a big camp, meeting at
Colfax.- The church ha no creed, bnt
claim to follow simply th teaching
of th Bible, Including divine healing,
which they practice by faith and prayer.
They sayi there ahould be but, on de
nomination of th Christian religion, and
liken . th many - divisions of modern
Christianity to th confusion of tongues
at th tower of Babel. .c
TELLS OF THE GOOD.
HIDDEN IN MEN
iChrurManity a Opposed to Church
lanttV Waa the subject chosen by Dr.
Thomas " McClary at the T. M. C A.
auditorium yesterday afternoon, and
those who were accustomed to hear Dr.
MeClary apeak from the point of view
of a humorist war ' vastly surprised
at tha straight, earnest manner In .which
ha talked yeaterday afternoon.
Mr. McClary held that somewhere, in
all men. there waa a religious reeling,
that needed but th right thing .at tn
rlaht Urn to develop It H advocated
th power of revival meeting ita rapid
conversion, and. gav aa hi principal
example th aavlng of England from
degradation by th Wealay revival In
th ltth century. He mentioned th
good work of th Salvation Army that
1 carrying th bulk of conversion today.
and their able call that la awakening th
spirit within man and making them real
ise th divinity ot tn wona, .
KB. XABB AJTO Kill TOBTOMB. .
Portland. Or.. July 16. To th Editor
of Th Journal If th bar travel 10
miles an hour he will travel .16 t-l
mil per minute. Likewise th tortoise
will travel .01 S-t mile per minute.
Th hare win gain en th tortoise, every
minute,, the difference between .1(6 J-l
and .016 1-6 mile, or .11 mile.
There are 10 mile between tnem;
henoe. It will tak th hare aa many
minute to catch, the tortoise aa .i
contained tlmea Into 10, or f i-i
minutes," which la 1 hour a , mlnutee
and 60 aeoonda.
Olv us aomethlng Interesting.
, - UK. ARTIfCB,
CAUSES BIG DAMAGE
(Jooraal peelel aervlce.)
Scottdala, Pa., July 41. Much prop
erty naa been destroyed and the valley
flooded by th bursting of th new re
ervoir of th Cltlaena' Water company,
which occurred at midnight Saturday.
More than 600,000,000 gallona of water
was confined In the .reservoir when the
accident happened, and thta rushed down
the valley, carrying everything before
It. A number of bulldinga were awept
away and crops are ruined In tha path
of th flood. -
When It waa found that th dam waa
tn danger of breaking, measenger noti
fied all thoae living tn the path that the
water would take, and thua no Uvea were
lost, aa all the Inhabitants hurriedly
eananed to the hlrh around.
Many bridges were awept out, and the
estimated loaa to the reservoir and ma
chinery will exoeed 160,000,
(Joaratl special Service.)
Vancouver, B. G July 16. Th Prin
cess victoria, looked upon aa th crack
steamer of th Canadian PaclAo fleet,
while en route "from. Seattle to Van
couver yeaterday forenoon, struck on
rook at Prospect Point and Buffered
aerloua damage. .': .-.: ::t.: -.::.....
The vessel waa traveling at a awlft
rat or apeed against a atrong outflow'
tnff.tde,- -when- ehe-enddenly- steered -to
starboard, and. owing to tha speed at
which she was going. It waa Impossible
to change the vessel's course before she
ran upon the rocks.
One propellor la Beat roved and two
platea on her starboard aide . stove in.
She will be taken to Eaqulmalt drydock
today for repair.
yiaferred gtook Canned Woods.
'Allen Lewis' Beet Brand.
THE STORE NOTED FOR BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES
Ladies' "Defender" Undermuslins
;t;;,. ,.,.......,' . '77 -' "' "' ';""
All Oaxments are richly trimmed tn fcaoea. tnaerstona and Via ' Bmbrold
erlea. Hemstitched. Tnoked and BusTled, nneqnaled for elagaao of design,
beauty of finish, accuracy of HI and quality of materials. There never has
been so great aa opportunity to aeo are high-grade White-Wear Bargains
as BTOW. Com here all week you'll mot be disappointed. .
- tl.OS down to,.
CORSET COVERS rang
' from 61-46 down
CHEMISE rang from
'61.(6 down to., ..39
SKIRTS rang from
. 6166 down toM..45
DRAWERS rang from
61.66 down to...l9
Special 'line of Tape
Girdles, straight fronts,.
- BiuBirw, suvri. lunR n nil
-and high and low hips: -MUn
worth from 76o to 11.00
: Extra Specials
IN MEN'S MT. HOOD
SOFT GOLF SHIRTS
The 11.00 grades out to.... 504
The 61.60 grade cut to.....6Be)
Th It.OO gradea cut to.S l.OO
Tailor-made Sulfa, Skirta,
Valata, Wrappers, Bathing Suits
and Children's Dresses.
tt-lnch Striped ' Curtain Swiss,
standard value lOo. Bale
price J..... 74
66-lncb Extra Pin Curtain Swiss,
figured and rich floral designs;
standard price 16a. Sal
: Price ..t.....ll
- Swiss Is used "extensively for
Bash Curtains, Bed-Rooms and
Cottages. We have aa Immense
stock. , ,
Big Thing at
Ruffled flwiea Curtains, pair 29
IH-lb. Feather Pillows BO
Fringed Window Shades. ...29
I Ad tea percale Wrappers... oo
Striped Window Swiss, 7
Heavy Tal4a Damask. .... ..25
Nottingham Iace Curtains., a A e
Men's Oolf ShlrU KO
Lad Us Tape airdle.......35
Little Things at
Racine Stocking Feet.M... 5
Regular. lOo Lawns......... 54
Russian Crash Toweling.... ft
Prenoh Pattern Challiea... ftj
Wide Window Scrim. 6
Beet American Prlnte...... 54
Large Cotton Towels. JV 5
Fringed Damaak Napkins... 5j
Men'a Llsls Sox; worth 10c. 10
Take Corner Entrance, Third and Morrison
THE ONLY . EXCLUSIVE DRY GOODS STORE IN THE CITY
. : DIES IN ENGLAND
(Jeornal Special aerrlee.)
London, July 16 Prof. Isaac Roberts,
the distinguished astronomer, died today
at Beacon observatory. -
Dr. Roberta'- original Investigations
have added largely to the world's
knowledge - of stars, oluatara, nebula
and the structure of the universe.
The honorary degree of doctor of act-
ence waa conferred upon him by the
University of Dublin In 1693. In 1B
he waa awarded the gold medal of the
Royal - Astronomical - society, on the
council of which he had served for aev
- Since 1890 his work has beeTT contin
ued mostly at "his observatory at Star-
Returrled to us from a season's rental.
Rather than carry them over till fall,
will cloee them out at about one-half
of their actual values. PAYMENTS 16
PER MONTH. Do not mlatake this
chano of securing a "SNAP." Should
yon wish to exobang .later on for
Stelnway or any other new piano tn our
store, we will allow you full purchase
price nytJmewlthintwQ yearfc-Wt
guarantee these Instrument to b Jn
perfect condition. Coto and see for
stezvwat An rovBTBar OTXza
MAKXa Of riAaTOB. ....
979 and 874 Morrison St, Oor. W, rark.
B83-S8 XOBJ6ISOBT BT.
all our hlgh-gri
Sala Daily at 1:30 and 7:50 p. m.
Stock Mast Be Sold
Com tak It
- limit or reaerve.
away at your own
FIELD EXERCISES w
. . .
AT AMERICAN LAKE
MOST m CTAOUXJU6 SZaTOS In
xaroAMPMZirT bsoav ajtd oats
HOU MX If OrrOXTUXlTX 70B
AOTZOX. .' v.
BLUECOATS IN STRIKE
(Continued from Page One.)
1,000 more men will quit work. . The
packers aeoured 69 men since Saturday
nignt, ana are doing soms killing today.
in strikers ranna remain unbroken.
- (Jooraal BpecUl Bervlee.)
St Louis July 16. Services were' se
cured this morning On several strike
leader and members of unions against
whom an Injunction was granted last
hight at Belleville, lit, restraining the
strikers from interfering with the oper
ations 01 tne isast Bt. Louis packing
nouses. Tne move naa taken th atrtk'
era by surprise.
Th packer are operating with par
tial forces and there was no disturbance
orasAxa xir xaitas city.
' (Jooraal "pedal Service.) "'
Kansas City, July 18. The packera
this morning are operating about as
they were laat week, with a compara
tively small force. Quiet' prevailed In
the early morning hours, but a feeling
or tenseness is reported about union
. (Continued from Pag One.) -
for a long time, so ss to avoid suspicion.
Much to his relief, the sheriff waa easily
round ana soon arrived and at once took
the suspect to the county latl without
the leaat resistance, where he waa held
till the coming of Sheriff Louis of Jo
What la regarded aa proof of th
man' guilt ta th fact that hla deeorlp
tlon la exactly like that of the man who.
It la thought, committed the crime, and
mat ne contradicted nimseir time and
time again. One of his worst mistakes
In hla stories waa that he told Mercelll
he had just arrived, and then informed
Sheriff Louis that he had been In Rose-
burg all of the preceding day.
He gave bis nam as Wllklna. though
ther la doubt In the minds of the offi
cers whether it is ma true name.
In appearance Wllklna la rather short.
heavy-set and wears a week's growth
of beard. He claimed to have worked
in brickyards and evidently, from hla
appearance, is a laboring man.
Sheriff Louis took him to Grants Paas
laat evening on the Oregon express.
MarceiiL in rase Williams proves to
-4 th murderer, will be entitled to the
lf.00 reward offered by Stat and eounty
Schilling's Best systematic
supply and dealing "puts
flawjrlng as tract
at your grocer's if he is a
good one, of course. ,
(Special Dispatch to The Journal.)
Headquarter Flrat Brigade, Camp
Stellaooom. July 16. Saturday's , man
euver waa the most epeciacuiar or mt
week and gave more men opportunity
to get Into action than at any prevtoua
time since the field exercises began.
The scene of combat was a large, field
just north of American lake. . It Is sur
rounded by dense timber. The plain la
a mile wide and a mUe and a half long.
The groves on tha edgea furnish the
troops excellent opportunity to acreen
themselves. In the center of the open
space run an old railroad grade which
the 1 infantry found available for en
trenching themselves. :
-The battle-ground waa previously se
Iected. for the first time slaee. the en
campment opened, heretofore each "side
being left t6 fight where UtmeL the
enemy. The distance was about equal
from each camp, ao that the footsore
troops had leas marching than during
the earlier part of the week. It rained
during a portion of th morning but It
was cool and the boys did not auffer
much. They were back In camp for
noon-day mess and Were not exposed to
the rain of the afternoon. - ,
Worn Highest Praia. '-.
The tattle proved another battle for
the Blue forces from this camp, the sec
ond battalion ot the Washington reg
iment capturing ' the battery of the
Brown by a most clever and daring
flank movement, which was the best
feint Of the entire week. This waa con
ducted by Major Case and won for him
the highest praise of his superiors. The
members of the first separate battalion
of Oregon also did valiant service under
their able commander Major Yoran, who
has -commended himself by his tactful
work since he arrived here. The Ore
gon lada were along the right center of
the advance skirmish line where they
poured an . effective volley Into the op
posing ranks,, several companies of
which were ruled out' of action aa
'During the march of the Blues from
this camp, under the command of Col
onel Godfrey, the Oregon militia acted
aa advance guard.
; Troop A, Disappointed. ' .
The greateat disappointment fell - to
the lot of troop A, of the Oregon de-
laonmeni, captain iuiaina commanding,
These lad have been doing much cav
alry duty, sleeping by the roadside at
night and traveling many miles. They
simply Itched to get Into the fight to
day, but with a platoon of troop B, of
Tacoma, they were held In reserve and
before they could be called Into action
the Browns had been repulsed and the
recall sounded. - '
, Several Men Suffer.
The . first lnolflent ' to mar the
maneuvers waa caused, by the colored
troopers of troop E. Ninth cavalry, from
Walla Walla. . This squadron .had .been
driven back by a heavy fire from a por
tion of the Nineteenth Infantry, under
Major Goe, and th Becond Washington.
They retired but soon charged again,
this time with, drawn sabers, , The
negroes alashed right and lefj aa they
cmerea me lines or tne ciucs.
In great danger, the Blues retreated in
order, but several men from thla camp
suffered. - t'rlvat W. t Meade, com'
pany A, ' . Nineteenth Infantry, waa
stabbed In th leg with a sabre and la In
the hospital although the Injury 1 not
aerloua. Sergeant John L Fitch, com
pany A. Second Washington, of Tacoma,
was struck In the back by a dashing
charger and knocked 10 feet. II waa
temporarily stunned, but soon recovered.
mvate Walter Jones, company C of
Ellensburg. was cut acroaa the hand by
a saber, while Private Sexton, company
F ot Hoqulam, was stabbed In the back
but-the wound - is not deepr Sergeant
Porter, company O of Vancouver, ac
cidentally bayoneted . k horse. His
bayonet was fixed In his gun and In rear
ing one of the troopers' mounts fell
upon the sharp point .. 1
Two 01 the troopers, in madly riding
through the timber, had head-on col
lision, one of the iiorses being ao badly
Injured that he died. ' , .
Th Underwood '. ypewrlter la equipped
with a tabulator at no extra cost.
We are closing;
. 6-Ply Hose, f-inch; regular price
$3.00. Special, to close..........
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The best and heaviest. Hose ever mader
regular $8.78. Special...... r..,;,. $0.851
Our Hose is guaranteed against defects for one year and is furnished in 60-foot lengths, full
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Don't Forget Our Special Sale This Week of FAMILY WINES AND LIQUORS--no imita
tionav genuine goods, only the best and purest. . ' -- " .r ; ' - '
Hiram Walker's Canadian Club ' ' Quarts.
(We sell the Genuine only) , . .... . , . . , 08
Dallemand's Cream Rye . , ; 081
Old Muskingum Valley. .$1.15
McBrayer's Cedar Brook...-..., $1.15
Fisher's Rye ................ 08
Fisher's Bourbon , .... 08
Belmont Bourbon &7$
Guckenheimer Rye . . O84)
Fisher's Pure Malt. . ... .... . . . . . . . ... 98
Brice's Malt ........ v.... i.. ."....... 65'
Hunter Rye ......$1.15
Old Cabinet Blend r.,;.-; . ,y, ... . . . . .. 65.
Fine Old Rye or Bourbon, per gallon;
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Reisling Souvenir i '. . . . ; : . . . . .43 .
Sauterne Souvenir. . . ...... . . ,52 '
Haute Sauterne Souvenir..... 83 '
Chateau, Yquem; .... . . . . . .86
Sparkling Cresta Blanca. . ,'. ; .03 . .
: - RED rjjjjjs; 7 w
Table d'Hote Souvenir... i... 43
St Julien Souvenir 56
. Margaux , Souvenir. .... 4 ... . .66 L
Sparkling Burgundy. ........ .03
:- I , ' : . Quarts,
John Dewar's Special Liquor., .81.68
John Dewar's Special Whisky. ....... 98
McGregor's Old Highland. ........... 81.10 '
James Watsons Famous Dundee. . ....$1.15
California Port Wine. . . . ....... , ... . . 25
Calif orma Sherry , 25
Very fine old Port or Sherry, per gal. , ,81.85,
,:AJJS::i:;-::,-J-:A -Quarts. :
Mumm'a Extra Dry. $2.98
. Pommery Sec . .". . . 4 . . ; , ..$2.08 '
Grand Imperial Sec.'.. $1.45
Martell's One Star. ................. .$1.28
MarteU's Two Star. ...4. ......$1.47
MarteU's Three Star; ; . . . . .$1.68
Lenoir , Three 'Star; , . . . ....... . .... t .$1.23
Rollins' jCognac , , . . ; . ... V. . ; I . . ; - 87
Fine Blackberry ... i .... . ... 63
Gordon Gin . . . ... . . . 98 "
Schiedam .Gin 1 .... ... . $105
Holland Gin ..... . ,. ........ ,4 . ; ,1 67
REMEMBER We guarantee the purity and age of our Liquors. -We deliver to any part of fhe":
city free. 1 Private exchange No. 1 1 with four trunk lines ; no delays. Telephone your orders.
. , CANADIAN MONEY TAKEN AT FULL 'VALUE. J:; ..I ",.14
Popular Price Druggists -Fourth and Washington
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' : On the opening day of our new boys and children's clothing department, in
September, we will' give away 100 watches absolutely free,. 50 gold plated and .50
silver plated, to boys under 18 years of age. We want a plan for the distribut
ing of these watches; a plan that will be impartial. Lottery schemes or giving
' them with a purchase will not be considered. The watches must be distributed
in a fair and impartial manner, giving every boy an equal opportunity to secure
'a watch. In order not to incur any ill feeling, but at the same time promote the
.good name of this establishment, we have a plan, but it is not' just what we want.
It is now under seal, deposited in the United States mail, envelope bearing date
of July IS, 1904. Send in your' plan, if you have a better one, and we will pre-
sent you with $50.00 in gold. All suggestions or plans must be mailed. - Plans
will beonsidejed WednesdayAugustlOaiid- planau to -be usid-wilL appear
evening papers Friday, August 12, with name of originator.. Address all com
munications, Advertisement Manager, .The-Chicago, Clothiers, 69 and 71 Third
street between Oak and Pine, Portland, Or. K . '
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aft m MsU Ui
A-r ak.jaew w 1 m m ii n ar is it js
Prices - are cut to such a - degree that
business wiU c
all the'hammeririg and rebuilding. Not
only will business be good, but things ;
The Chicago i is selling 'high -class, all
new style Suits,. Outing Suits, Pants,
Hats, Shoes and, Furnishings i
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Way Below Whblesiale Prices
T V TIVI Saturdy July 16 A pocketbook containing considerable amount
A sw' VlNeSai' of money, etc Owner can have same by calling at office.
69-7! Third Street, Dot. Oak and Pine
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