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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, . PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING, JULY Z3. 1304.
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-Portland Commercial club, went to
Pendleton lt night and spent today
-', driving through the famous wheat belt
? t -.I.... ...idnn . tl Will ll4ltFMl tllA
bualnese men of Pendleton thla even
ing on the .subject of the coming orgsn-
(.ullnn th I Iriinn I MVilfmniinl
league and Ha application-to the needs
( - .Today's mall at the Commercial club
:. ' brought the following additional dela-
nations appointed to the Portland meet
- Jackson county, named by Judge
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iwrj, i.vu 1 1 it- !.. U, miwiil, jnfjw-
ford; William Coleman. Phoenix;"Wr A.
Carter. Gold Hill; Miles CautreJ. Ruch;
William Daley. Lake Creek; Em.lt Brltt.
Jacksonville M. Pellett, .Talent; John
' Olwell. Central Point; IX. Perotst, ish-
land; J. M. Wagner. Soda Springs.
City of Heppner. named by M&yor
' ..; Prank Gilliam R, " C. Wills. F. P.
Kernswortlv Fred Warnock, ' Phl Met-
V i v. u at..;.', n w Dtt.i.. r ' 1
... PI 1 1 n .. n. 4r4 diiuis . . . . iinya,
y tiraneia. , D. tr. uarnguea,. r raoa, ivw
its. Wl O. Scott : .
' Baker City, named by' Mayor R.- IX
Carter E. P. Vorns, Robert Walburn,
" J. R, N. Bell. P. Baache. A. Sleber, F.
8. Lack, W. J: Patterson.
Eugene, appointed by - Mayor' O. R.
Chrlsman J. M. WUUama. F. M. Wll-
1. 1 si . vn m t. - - trr
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lamina, b. m. xrienuiy, uwrni 4. nan,
Sr W. M. Green, Parwln Brlstow, Frank
' , E. Dunn., .
Lane county, named by Judge O. R.
. .Chrlsman J. Atkinson.- Loralne; Mr.
Bowers, Llewellyn; Q. C. Mlllett Juno
tlon; F. unburn, Eugene; R. A.' Booth,
Kugene; B. B. Eakln. Kugene; Qua
Washburn, Sprlngneld; "W. W. 8cott,
' Creswell: J. W. Shumate. Waltervllle;
-James Hemenway, Cottage Grove. ,
Hlllsboro. named by Mayor B. P.
- Cornelius Dr. P.- A. Bailey,. Dr.- J. P.
Tamlakul J A Imhpt, flwirM A . Vf n.
gan. A. C. Shute. F. M. Heidel, Ed Bchul
Merliih. K. J. Lyons, W. V. Wiley, James
A committee anoointed to have aen-
eral charge of tbe reception and en-j
tertalnment of delegates Is composed as
follows: E. l. Thompson, chairman; B.
M. Mem. Maurice B. Wikniin. R .T
nnimn, w . n. uiaiae, tjnariee u. uaa
tick. Hugh McGuire. Paul Bates, A. M.
'Smith. L. L., Parker, F. W. Baltea. A.
F. Bllea. EL Ehrman. Whitney L. Bolae,
. - W. W. Cotton. Frank C Baker. A. - H.
1 Devers. Thomas Gray,' George W. H-
- ; sen, Ellis O. Hughes, George- Lawrence,
, Jr., F. A. Nltchy. I, W. Pratt, R, I
Stevens, Big 8tchet.- , - . - -
- XW BOAT 10B ST. JOB BXTXB.'
Hpedl DtapstPk to The JonnnLI
Coeur d'Alene. Idaho. July 16. The
keel for the proposed new swift water
boat to be built for use on the St. Joe
river above the head of navigation dur-
ing the high water ' perloda. has been
-laid at a local shipyard. It la to ba
8 feet over all. with. 15-foot beam, and
. . win oe niiea wun up-10-aaie macninery.
The Store Noted for Best
I Of Our Big
July. . We
I Last we elk
BIG VALUES IN EVERY nook and corner of our Cloak
and Suit Department SKIRTS, TRAVELING SUITS
AND ULSTERS. Must sell them yours at prices never
before "quoted on values- like-we handle. ' Come in this
week and see for yourself, that we are selling Ready-to-Wear -Garments
cheaper than any house In the city. - -
247 Black Mercerized Satine
Petticoats, with two deep ac
cordeoii plaits and ruffles
standard value $1.50.- See
Morrison - street wondow
while they last kere""(
1345 yards of French Armure
' Dress Goods in light, dark
and medium colors guaran
: teed all wool value 50c, 75c,
85c, $1 and $1.25 heres
while they "last yd. .LC
Summer Corsets, worth 75c
and $1 sizes only in 19
while they last We, Iflr
THE ONLY EXCtUSIYC DRY
, , CORNER THIRD
A Few Extra
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Little Fells Alexander tried to sell
tienrr Honare a newspaper this morn
Ing and he became angry because the
newsboy was- peralstent and slapped
him. Officer J. F. Johnson witnessed
the assault and arrested. Honare oo
charge of assault and battery.
The Newsboya association took up
the prosecution of Honare, and Otto
Praea, president of the association, ad
dressed Judge Hugue in regard to men
alapptmr and hitting newsboys. Honare
took the witness stand and attempted to
justify his actions nut Judge, Hogue
thought that a fine of 110 was suf
ficient, which Honare paid. . .-
THREATENS DEATH IF :
SHE WILL NOT ELOPE
Last night Gaspero 'Btlano, an Italian,
reaming at 6S Fifth street, called, at
the residence of Mrs. Conatto Candlelto,
his next-door neighbor, and gave her
until o'clock this morning to decide,
whether or not she would leave her
husbabd atid run away wiUi. hlm. - -
At 7 o'clock thla morning Btlano called
and Mrs. Candlello told him she' loved
her husband. and would not leave him.
Then Btlano drew a revolver and de
clared that he would kill her and her
husband. The woman slammed the door
In his face and. running through the
house, escaped down Fourth street. -
Officer iilrsch met Mrs. Candlello
running down the street, but she was
so excited that It was some time before
she could tell her story. - When Hhrech
heard of Stlaho'a conduct he went to
Mra. Candlello's home and saw Selano
walking up and down In front of the
houae. At the sight of the officer Btlano
fled to the hills and, although the officer
followed, he soon lost sight of his man
la the dense brush. This morning 'Mrs.
Candlello called at the police station
and a complaint charging the man with
the crime of threatening to kill was la
sued. Mrs. Candlello stated thla morning
that at one time before her marriage ahe
and Btlano were engaged., The engage
ment was broken off and she married
Candlello.' Several, times the rejected
lover had aaked her to leave her hus
band for him, but she refused. . :
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' (Spuria! IM pitch te The Joarnal.) '
Endlcott. Wash.. July Kndlcott is
to hsve a newspaper. J. J. Murray and
Frank Nutt of Pullman are to be the
owners and Mr. Nutt wilt be the editor
and business manager. The paper will
be known as the Endlcott Independent,
and will make Its Initial appearance
early In August.
. . '. . Artificial Byes fitted. ,
Large stock at D. Chambers, lit 7th.
. Artificial Xyea Tlttedi
Large stock at D. Chambers. 12 '7th.
Goods at Lowest Prices '
1S54 yards of assorted colors
in Silk Remnants 50c, 65c,
75c and $1.00 values in
checks, plaids and stripes,
and in colors Creams, blues,
tans and . castors some
slightly damaged here while
uiey last per '..'1C i
yard ...... ....'....;.aVuC
Batiste Tape Girdles, graceful
and easy, for Summer wear
in all colors, worthies
75c while they last..OtjC
A Swell Batiste Corset, with
hose supporter, attached
value $i.uu tiere PA
while they last. .... . . tjUC X
GOODS STORE IN THE CITY
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County Superintendent of Schools -R.
F. Robinson hss completed his annual
report on the schools of Multnomah
county to be ' submitted to the state
superintendent of publie Instruction.
The statistics of the report show the
publlo Schools of this county to be In a
According 40 the census returns there
are 11.74 pupils between the ages of 4
and 20 years. This shows an Increase
of l.0 over laat year, or i I-! per eent
Of these 14,814 are males and 11.411 are
females. During the school year end
ing June It, Itot, there were reglstsred
n the schools 17, pupils, while this
year there were 11,143, an Increase of
nearly ( per eent over laat year. 1
There were 100. teachers employed, II
being men, and 447 women. There are
41 school districts In the county and
besides tbere are several private schools
which are attended by 1.01 pupils.
During the paat year the sum of lilt,
107. H has been expended In maintaining
the schools. There Is still si balance of
1U.40 7 to the credit of the school
fund. The value of school houses' and
sites Is fl.l4.l40, the furnishings
are yslued at I60.ltl.tl. , .
Some suggeetlona on the general edu
cational conditions with: special refer
ence to the work In this county ,Js made
by Mr. Robinson. In regard to epunty
Institutes he . thinks they are of great
value to the teacher and suggests that
$100 annually be given by the county In
addVlon to the sum collected for cer
tificates and for registering state cer
tificates and diplomas, for carrying on
He states that greater care ahonld be
exerted by school trustees In providing
for well ventilated and well lighted and
heated school houaea, and alao that
some attsntlon be. given to decoration
and art In beautifying the' school
building so as to stimulate a higher ap
preciation of art In the pupil.
He suggests that soms method be
adopted whereby better reports may be
received from the teachera in order that
their work may be compared to better
Trained Teachers Beaded. --
' He advocates more than a, common
school education for teachers.- Hs says;
"The added strength and confidence
acquired through extended school train
ing favorably reflects themselves In the
school room In whstever grade taught.
Teachers so qualified respond ' more
quickly to correct methods and sugges
tions for improvement Teaching can'
not be learned as a trade Is learned. ber4e.rter going a short distance turned and
cause no pari of Hie work in the school
room permits of unskilled labor without
material Injury."- --
Mr. Robinson has made the following
suggestions regarding needed changes
in school legislation:
"The law for tiling vacancies on school
boards should be amended so that the
olerk or county superintendent could ap
point third person when preeent mem
bers fall to agree, Also no annotated
officer should be permitted to serve be
yond an election by the people. '
"The law for nlllngj vacancies on school
together with the publlo funds appor
tioned for them' aa interpreted by our
attorney-general ahould be amended. ' It
should provlds for. the transfer of pu
pils and -funds, but this transfer should
be made because of location and In
accessibility of one's own school, rather
than for real or fanoled dlssatlafaotion
with- it. ' ---- -
Tha Interpretation given our law re
stricting exemptions to first grade cer
tificates works al. hardship on teachers.
If exemptions are good for first grade
certificates, they should be good for
second and third grade certificates.
The superintendent of publlo Instruc
tion should be empowered to call the
county superintendents .Into annual eon
ventlon for . the consideration of prao
tlcal school problems."
- in tne organisation - of : the - county
supennienaeni s work he suggests the
following: "He shall visit schools and
shall seek to Sid and inspire teachera to
employ the best methods in teschlng,
governing and conducting their achoola.
He snail study lo awaken among par
ems and children deeper Interest In
the publie schools, so ss to secure lm
provea euenaance, deportment and
scholarship of pupils and mors frequent
visus ny parents and school officers." ,
ALBANY ODD "FELLOWS
, WILL HOLD REUNION
(Special Dispatch te The JoaraaLI
Albany. Or., July So. Tomorrow even
ing the local Odd Fellows will celebrate
tne ooth annlvereary.jof.the establish-
m.nl nf 1 IK. nv lnM Ua . , . i i j .
. .wwmv. .-.v. . . lii i citr.
and tha occasion will be made one of
great Interest to the members of the
order and the Rebekahs, the women's
orancn or odd Fellowship.
A committee of prominent members or
Albany lodge, No. 4. and of the Rebekahs
hss arranged a program for the occasion.
and on Tuesday evening the members of
the two organisations will meet In the
Odd Fellows' temple, where, after the
rendition of the program, a social hour
will be spent, and the meeting, which
will be In the nature of a reunion of the
members, especially of the older breth.
ren, promises to be one of great Interest
ROSEBURG GUN SHOP
-AND SALOON BURNED
("pedal niapetrb to The JonrnaL)
Roseburg, Or., July 2 S. Early Bun-
day morning D. Jackson's gun shop
caught fire from an unknown cauae and
consumed the entire building and con
tents. - ,
The Cruiser .Saloon being also , a
wooden structure and very close to the
shop was almost completely annihilated.
The gun shop's loss will corns up close
to E00, while the other establishment
Including the building was worth at
leeat $1,000, without insurance of any
kind, v ' -
maswtT. xakxs OAjrnraa.
- ("pedal rA, patch te The loorsal.) '
La Grande. Dr.. July 16. C. IL Barn
hart, the man who left this city flatur
day with a atolen livery team and a sad
dle, was osptured 41 miles from this
city, beyond Elgin, late yeaterday after
noon, after a desperate chase by Mr
shal Rayburn. Hs was placed In the
city Jail at this place.
A wheelman" tool bag Isn't complete
without a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Kcleo
trlo OIL Heals cuts, bruises, stinas.
sprains. Monarch over pain.
I M -V. J M -MB. aT ' ' '-aW SBS ' '
I J . erine 7r
Price Per Cake
4711 White i Rose Glyc-
Pear's Scented 13
Pear's unscented . ....... 11
Colgate's Calshmere ,
r Boquet, large ...... ,...21
, Boquet, nall ... .... .13
Colgate's Oatmeal ...... 8
Kirk's Juvenile .14
Canadian Moy Takmn ml Full Valua Frmt Dmllvmrf
TEAMSTERS ASK PEACE
(Continued from Page One.)
Welgle, may die. Four received wounds
In the legs, but their injuries' ere not
The - trouble oocurred near - Swift v a
Ca's packing plant, and the negro al
leges he was aasaulted by the pickets
and was forced to fire In order. to save
hla life. The weapon used was ft re
peating Winchester shotgun and only one
shot was fired. Tbe strikers claim that
they were discussing soms troubls that
had taken place at another part of the
yards during the night, when the negro.
who was passing near them, took excep
tions to something thst was said, and
tired a charge of buokahot Into the crowd
and then hurriedly made his eioape,
Kruae was arrested and confined In the
county Jail. Tbe police were reticent aa
to hs whereabouts for some time, as It
was feared he would be lynched.
SJjTSAa CXTT SXTTTATIOW.
Packers ' Snooeed la Beoraltlaf
. (Jeuroal Bpeelal-Service.)
Kansas City. July J5 It Is estimated
that 4,000 men went to work In the
packing-houses this morning... The pack
era are confident of winning the atrug-
There Is s well defined Impression that
tha packers' combine may make a ape
clal effort to break the strike here, aa
the local plants can supply the coun
try's trade by running continuously,
avAJus bbaw oxnr.
Fort Worth SttnatloB IComeatarUy
. 4- Promises a, OomSle.
- (Joarnal Special Service.)
Fort Worth. Tex., July 26. Today 100
men are working here, and the packers
elalm that they will have a full force
by the end of the week. Guards drew
guns on pickets this morning, who at
tempted to Interfere with non-union ar
rivals, but the pickets retired an1 blood
shed waa avoided.
PX.AMTS nr orsBATioir. ,
Bast St. &eU Paekera Believe Taere
. . WIU Be Bo OemereJ Strike.
. (Joeraal SpecUl Service.) .
St Louis. Mo.. July 25. Ths eaat side
packing planta.are all In operation thla
morning, and with no violence having
been shown. - The packers assert that
the allied trades men will not strike aa
a whole, but that a representation of
each' union, will probably orders.
: BT. PAT1, KB 0MUt.
(Jonreal Special Service.) "
St Paul. Minn.. July 25. There were
no sympathetic atrlkes here this morn
ing And two-thirds of the normal force
Is working. - There was no disorder, -
TBXTH.B BT&TICB BBOXBS.
(Jearael Special Servles.) - i
Fall River. Mass.. July 5. The tex
tile strike began In eerneet this morn
ing. An attempt to operate the facto
rlea failed on account of Insufficient
help. Crowds hooted the few workers
that reepondea to tne wnisue s can, oui
there were no other demonstrations.
GAMBLERS QUIT TOWN
' '(Continued from Psge Ons.)
Usms said he did not care to be Inter
"I cannot tell what the future will
bring forth," he aaid. "Nobody has seen
me since the town Was cloaed and there
has been no effort .to reopen so far as I
"I have accomplished what I wak
hired to do and my services in thst
direction are ended," aaid Attorney TJaft
R. Murphy. "I was employed "to Close
gambling In Portland, and as gambling
Is closed, there is no need for my being
further employed. At this time I hsve
no statement to make concerning what
I will do In the event that gambling Is
reopened." -'', "
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Mr. and Mrs. Irving Way and Irving
Way, Jr., of Chicago are guests at ths
Dr. Leo Bahlsen of Berlin Is regis
tered st ths Portland.'
Frank BeuUIn of Baker City Is at the
Mr, and Mrs. C. 1L Sharpster. Mr.
and Mra. William Rice and Dr. W. B.
Clowe of Walla .Walla- are at the Per
kins. i ,-
Alfred Johnson of Cottsge Orove Is
registered at the Belvedere.
Otto M. ' Rosendsle, the well-known
mining engineer, leaves this evening for
Montsna and Idaho points. He expects
to be present at the opening of the
Blackfoot Indian reservation. "-' . ,
Kirk's Transparent Glyc-
erine ...-......, . . ..... 7
'Society Hygenic, scented ,'33
Society Hygenic, un- l .
Packer's Tar ......... ...lie
Querlahv Jicky ..... ... . ,50
Regal Glycerine . . . . .... 8
W. C. & ' Co's. Glycerine .
. ft . . 4 f7
Per Box of 3 ' Cakes,
Rain Bow Bath Soap..: . 4
WOOD ARD, CLARKE &
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ATTn OITT1 ADTABOB ATS
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Captain W, W. Goodrich, formerly pro
feaaor of architecture In Washington
University and later in the' California
miltary academy la In Portland and In
tends to open up an of floe In' thia city.
Mr. Goodrich was In Portland ?I yeara
ago, apendlng much time here and alao
on the sound. He is amazed at the won
derful improvements mads since 4)iat
time. - in an Interview today he said:
"When I wss here In the early 10's,
thla place waa a bustling little town, but
now I find a splendid city with vast pos
sibilities and of which much la heard all
over the oountry. You have here pala
tial places of business and a sterling
credit which baa been made so by ths
practical good sense of ths enterprising
and wide-awake people of your city. The
moneyed people of the east are all look
Ing to this city as the coming commer
cial center of the Paciflo coast It has
now tbe nucleus of diversified Interests
and their possible development.- The
cltisens here also have ths comprehen
sion to comprehend. .
"At Atlanta, they are talking Of build
ing factories in Portland, and at -Bal
timore tbe manufacturing Interests, since
the fire, ere looking -this way to locate.
Today there are In this city the evgents
of, the Baltimore men looking over the
territory which from every standpoint
aeema to be favorable to their proposed
"In Portland I find practical good clt-
Isenshtp, sturdy upbutlders of com'
merce. At no distant day I believe the
Columbia will be the moat sought for
harbor and the busiest hive of all In'
duatrlal operations on the Paciflo coast'
VISITOR GIVES TIPS
ON WEED NUISANCE
Mayor Williams received a communi
cation this morning from a man signing
himself ss a New Yorker and atopplng
at the Portland, in which was suggested
a method' of ridding the vacant lots
and open spacea throughout the city of
tbe weeda and thistles.
He states that he recently traveled
through the city on the- observation car
when he notloed that many of the vacant
lots were overgrown with the "pes
"Unless," said the .writer, "theee are
being cultivated for gome particular
purpose, why not make your hobos and
vagrants do a little work by cutting
them down before they scatter their
seeds broadcast over the state."
.There la an ordinance making It com
pulsory for the property owners or their
agents to keep weeds and thistles cut
from vacant yards and tbat It la the
duty of the city engineer to see that the
ordinance la enforced. ,
OBABOBMBB OAVSB BJOT.
(Joaraal Special Service.)
Armagh, Ireland, July !i A serious
clash occurred between .Catholics and
Orangemen here yesterday. Many were
wounded on both aides, although no fa-
talttlea resulted. The riot oocurred
after the conclusion of the .consecration
of Armagh cathedral. Officers who at
tempted to reetore order were assaulted
and atoned by the mob, and finally were
compelled to use their clubs before the
crowd waa dispersed.
: Under the auspices MultriomaJi
Pemocratlo Club. .
Friday, July 29
8:30 o'clock P. M.
' ' - Speakera, . . '.
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at ' '
Week of Bargains
At Portland's Drug
Manhattan Turkish Bath. 7
Waltke's Vestal, Rose...
Waltke's Vestal, Lilac... .10
Waltke's Vestal, Violet. .10
Waltke's Vestal Carna-'
.Waltke's VesUl, Iris..... 10
Waltke's Vestal,- Hello- ------
. ; . trope ftts. ,
Waltke's Lettuce Cream. .10
Waltke's Olive Cream.. . . 10
Waltke's .Cucumber : ;
. pr,,m iuj
d. ctr'''- ':Z
Pure; Witch Hazel.... 12.
Buttermilk, extra quality. 12
Our Queen .Toilet. v.'.V. . . O
Ttltphonm Prlvatm Exchange o7
HAVE. LITTLE HOPE
NOW FOR THE ARABIA
(Continued from page One.)
the question as to whether the steamer
Korea, will savely elude the Vladlvo
stok squadron and land her cargo In
Yokohama. The Korea under fair eon
dltlons should arrive at Yokohama July
27, but no word from her la expected
oerore July J.
Tbe Gaelic of the Oceanic line, left
Honolulu a few. days ago and IS still
about 10 days from .Yokohama. - Prac
tically all vessel leaving .Pacific porta
are now taking a Big-sag course to Ja
pan after leaving Honolulu. . ' '
Manager . Schwerln of tbe Portland
Aelatio line of steamers Is here in the
city and has been making effort to- se
cure Information .regarding the team
ship Arabia. So far bla advlcea . are
merely to the effect that It la rumored
In Toklo that shs haa been captured by
the Russian Vladivostok fleet No ad-
vloes have been received here from tht
overdue steamer and marine man are
Inclined to the belief that' aha 1 now
In Russian possession. -
LUTSB POVBTBBaT BOVBB.
(Joeraal Special Service.) '
- London, July St. The Evening News'
Tien - Tsln correspondent says . that the
fight at Ta Tache Kao last week waa
one of the blggeet and moat hotly fought
battles of the wsr. The engagement
lasted 14 hours and the losses on both
sides were heavy. The Russians were
completely - beaten, Their position.
which .appears to be one of Immense
strength. Is now untenable.
Meager reports received nere indicate
that the Japaneae army aasumed the sg
gresslve In every way possible and that
ft was largely due to the heavy and
effective fire of their artillery tbat the
viotory was won.
So telling was the effect of the shots
from ths Japanese forces that the Rus
slana were unable to bring their large
body of Cossacks Into operation and tbe
battle was confined principally to a duel
between the artillery corps of the two
armies,- ; - -, -.- - .
teaming Slowly Beat-ward a Short Dia-
! tanos From Xjseug-ara.
(Journal Special Service.)
Toklo. July li.-r-The Russian Ylad!
vostok -squadron waa sighted this morn
ing SO miles from Kamsugura, In pre
fecture, of Shlmoaa. Ths vessels were
steaming eastward slowly.
Ths squadron waa again sighted at I
o'clock this afternoon off Kasua, a
province on the eaat aide of Toklo bay.
szaooamnra subttbbs. . -
Bnsslaa Toluteec Sqaadron Will 'Desist
' Front Oaptnrsej. " , . -
(Joeraal Special Service.) '
St. Petersburg, July 26. Russia, has
ordered her volunteer fleet to dlscon
tlnue the selsure and search of foreign
This order Is the outcome of confer
ence held here yesterday at which Grand
Duke Alexis presided. Among othor of
ficials present were Foreign Secretary
Count Lamsdorf, Vice-Admiral Avellln
and numerous naval officers high In the
At the conclusion of the conference It
had been decided that the authority of
the volunteer fleet, so' far as it related
to the right of selsure and search,
should be withdrawn. This action was
taken after recognising the British note
aa regarding the Irregularity of the po
sition occupied by the. vessels and also
In the interest of Russia with the
friendly powers. ' The German steamer
Scandia haa been released.
FOBTZBTD FATOBABU XSBTB.
Balfour Says . atalaoe incident StUl
Ceasing Anxiety. ,
(Joeraal Special Service.) ' ' .
London, July 25. -In 4he house of
commons .this afternoon Premier Bal
four statsd that the Malacca Incident
a still giving ths . government great
anxiety but he thought the signs ob
tainable portended a favorable Issue.
The premier said the Question as te
the rightful passage of Russian vessels
through the Dardanelles would not be
submitted to the Hague tribunal.
bitbsxaws nr bobtx bba. ' '
rtve A axillary Cruisers Said to Be U
BagUsh Channel. ' ,
(Joarnal Special Service.)
Berlin. July li.U Is understood that
five Ruselan auxiliary cruisers pur
chased from Germany are now enilaing
In the North Sea and the English chan
nel to seise vessels believed tobe carry
ing contraband. I
Unless the Russian government orders
for them to cease confiscations are re-.
: for :u ,
, Per DQZttl Cakes
Brown Windsor .13
Fairy Soap ...4... ...... 30
Cotton Soap , , ... .. . . .,36
' Jrtfe- SoaP- ir?r35f:
awM..wv., cVMt .
quality ........... v..l8
Castile Soap In Bars
- Per Bar
A. St S.' Imported, genuihe.42
Contis Imported. Italian 63
Pure Castile, for Salt -
, w slier ................ itlf
Pur Olive Castile. .... ..18
Mowt-ri r-f,'u . ool
Mottled Castile, 4 cakes to
bar ...i . ." . . 5
Fourth and Waihtngton
oerved by their commandera within the.
xew aours, it is proDaoie mat aeis,
ures will be reported.
. ABOOTA AT BTJBX.
' r (Joarnal Special Servlea.) ,': ' ; .
Sues, July 25. The British steamer
Ardova, captured late last week by the-,
Ruselan volunteer cruiser Smolensk, , la!
o.j a . . ...
tuv im ow, .i j i vvu ur ,- uaar in
charge of a prise crew.
PROGRAM FOR a A. R.
DncTAM 'rfu i iinurvTi
duo i uii cnivAMriTicii 1
' (Joans! Special Berries.) ' -
' Boston, July IB. The preparations fori
the Grand Army national encampment
In Boeton next month are practically!
completed with the exception of a few
minor details connected with the plana
for the entertainment of the veterans.
The official program aa Anally arranged
la aa follows: v
.Monday, August IS, - the v parade of-
United States sailors and marines, naval,
brigade and prisoners of war In tha fore
noon. .Reception to commander-in-chief!
by the Women's Relief Corps et Hotel!
venaome m tne evening., . ..
Tuesday. August It, the annual Grand
Army of the Republic parade; to.009
civil war veterans expected te be In line.
In the evening there will be a great!
campnre In Mechanics' building.
Wednesday, August 17. ths convention.
will open. In the evening tbe entire'
delegations and Invited guests will go to,
Waltham to witness a river carnival. -
Thursday. August IS. the convention
will be In sesslqn during the forenoon.
In the afternoon the veterans will . be
taken on an automobile trip to Concord!
and Lexington, An electrical parade and!
a campflre of the Women's Relief Corps'
win pe me reaiurw or tbe evening.
Friday,- August II. and Saturday.
August 10, both days wUl be devoted
to harbor and coastwise excursions.
with opportunities to partake of fish
dinners and view the United States war-'
ships In Boston harbor.
aGEBC ASTS DZBBOTOBT. - -
John McKlnney of London. Enarland.
Is la the city and will be here for a
week collecting information for a di
rectory of the merchants And manufac
turers of the world. The director has
been published annually for many
yeara The Arm of Kelly Co.. which
publishes the directory, haa issued tha
London elty directory for 101 years. .
Mr. McKlnney Is on his fifth trip over
this country In the Interests of his firm.
which has canvassers all ovsr the world
garnering information for the directory,
A number of the local merchants and7
manufacturers will have their name in',
the directory, which Is distributed all
nwAM . V. I V
w . . in. wviau.
x. or P. AT J,
! (Joarpal Special Service.) "'
Jamestown. N. Y.. Julv IS Pftii.i
flaga and emblems deeorated the streets
of this city today in honor of the dele
gates to the annual aeaalon of the New
York atate grand lodge of the Knights!
f Pythias, which will be In session dur
ing the next few days. '!....,. 1
ZB9ZAB FOUOn AST STABBBO.
(Special Diepatch te Tse 7oriLI
Addy, Wash, July 2. Peter Mullen. .
a member of the Indian police, was prob -ably
fatally stabbed In a saloon by John
aicuean ounoay. Mciean la a halfbreed
wanted for abducting an Indian annaw
and child. Mullen waa at.hh.,4 i ..'.
breast and back with a dirk. - ; .
.j' PTsrBB fob .omrr,.'. .
Peter Both, a teamster In the .mnin
of the Western Clay company, -was fined, :
110 by Judgs Hogus ths morning. - Of-i
flcsr Nelson saw Both beating his horse
.a ... . i L ... . . . i
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' Cant Bead Them Off. ,'.
From the Chteego Record Herald
"The Paddingtona are great on style,
ren't theyr , - .. ...
"They , have
tneyr- . - ,
"NO, but they belong to a ehnvoh that
has a curate." ........ ... ,
PURSES, CARD JCASES, AND BILL
BOOKS WILL BE SOLD XT A '
REDUCTION OF ' "
25 Per Cent
ON THE RETAIL PRICES. '
17T FOuBTB BT. T, M. a A. BU0.
Artificial wye fitted.
Large stock at D. Chambers,' lJUth.
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