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' THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL; PORTLAND, THURSDAY EVENING. JULY 23, 1904
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7' A battl royal wu begun to the county
court this morning between the children
of Kou SV Burrell and the other bene
floiarlea under her will ' Th first no
- of the campaign w flrd by Attorney
. William M. Gregory and Martin UKP;
representing the Boy' and Girls' Aid
-" society and the Portland Woman' union,
who filed objection to the account of
, Oordon Voorhles. the administrator of
' the estate. This document explains that
the aid aoclety "objects to the tale of
the stock of the deceased in the corpo
ration, Burrell Inveetment company, for
'- the reason that the price realised wa
wholly inadequate., and was known to
the administrator to be such at the time
be made th sale, and for the further
reason, that the sale waa made to W, M.
" , tdd, not- for hla own benefit, but in
' trust for. Walter F. Burreli and Helen
Burrell Voorblea, tha' wife of aaid ad-
- minlstrator. . .
. "And In support of aeid objection. 00
: jectors allege aa follow: , , v
. Allege T1maaacaMl .
' -That the Burrell .Investment com
pany 1 capitalised at $110,000, dlvMed
into 1.100 abarea of th par value of
.1100 per share; that the aaaet of said
. Burrell Inveetment company ax of th
- reasonable Talue of ,11.000,000 : that th
aaid Burrell Investment company waa
former, am on other thing, to tak
over, minim and poae th larger part
I of the aaaet belonging to th etat of
'll. 8. Burrell,-now deceased.
"That said asaet so turned vr to
aid Burrell Inveetment company, wer
' of the value at the time that they wer
j turned over of not lea than 11,500.000,
and th same have largely Increased in
,. lvalue sine and ar now of th. value
'abov stated. ' -,.
-That th stock of said Burrell In
1 vestment company 1 a productive, in-!como-producng
stock, and . said 450
share, of aaid stock belonging to the
estate of said Rosa F. Burrell was of
'the value of not less than I704.000, and
: could have been sold for said sum in-
' stead of 140.000; that th said Oordon
.Voorblea, administrator, did not tak
any adequate mean of making known
' to th investing publlo the fact that
I said stock would be sold, although h
:.:was fully aware that th value "of th
am waa not las than $700,000; that
the fact of aale waa not at all adver
' tlsed in .any newspaper., and th .only.
. jnotlo of such sal given to th public
' 'waa that which was given by th post
lng of three notloe as shown by th re
port of said administrator."
vv.-. Army of Attorneys. T -
, When Judge Webster mounted th
Ibench this morning a formidable array
, of attorneys appeared before- him, all
interested, in the disposition of th af
fair of the estate, Walter F. Burrell
waa present For him and hla sisters,
"Mrs. Voorhle and Mrs. Blddle, appeared
Attorney William D. Fen ton and Wirt
' . 'Minor. Th Boys' and Girls' Aid so
ciety was represented by Attorney
-Gregory and Pipes; the First Unitarian
church of Portland and th Rev, T. X
Eliot, by Attorney O. O. Qamman; th
administrator. . by Attorney Cyrus A.
Dolph, and th Portland Library asso
ciation and th Horn of - Portland, by
Attorney Milton W. Smith. Attorney
Gammans client ar taking no further
part in th case than to contend that th
' . atock la a chose in action. -
- - In fact, th whole affair fasts on the
on - pointwhether or not share of
stock may be classified as choses In ac-
' tlon. under th statute. By th term
of th win th personal property of
the deceased la bequeathed to Mrsj Bur
Tell' s children, while other property. In
" eluding- chose in action, la to t aold
: for th benefit of th other legatee. - It
.' Is contended by counsel for th Burrell
children that the 460 shares of -stock
should be classified as personal propr
rty, and not as choses In action.
"'. e Hearing for Monday.
' After discussing th case with several
' of the attorney present, Judg Wb
' ', ster set nest Monday morning at 10
o'clock as th time for hearing argu
ment on the question of whether th
stock 1 personal property or comes iin
: der the bead of chose in action. At-
' torney Fenton said h desired to intro
' duo the testimony of a few witnesses
,'" aa to th condition of th stat at th
- time of the death of ,Mra. Burrell, but
that not much time would be required
for the Introduction of this evidence.
Me maintained that the court would
' have no jurisdiction aa regards th pur
chaser, and in case of an appeal only
""'"" certain' phases of the affair -could be
' brought . to th attention of higher
"I am not Inclined to aura with yon
there," said Judg Webster. "However,
1 th main question to be decided, around
which the other cluster as aid issues,
1 whether or not the objector have
V any Interest in th property, no matter
' what th decision that Is. whether or
. not they could profit by any decision
of thia court."
. To thia th lawyers all agreed. At
torney Dolph Inquired as to whether th
contention of th objectors would inter
fere with th distribution of that part
of the estate regarding which no ques
tion has been raised. Th court an
' sjwerad that it would not.
- Ralph Feeney, lodge organiser of th
Ancient Order of United Workmen, de
sires it understood that be is not th
Ralph Feeney who is confined In th
rlty jatU constantly howling for "dope."
E'he men bear th same names, but ar
nan own to each other,
' auurozs or tobtt mm.
- (loiiul gptclal Servtce.) ,
TJniontown, Pa.. July IS. John Jack-
" pan, colored, was banged her today for
th murder or a negro named Kenny, In
a quarrel over 40 cent.
1 "I have year vmlssble Cssrsntt ul flne
hm Mrtaet. CoaUa't to without tbam. 1 bsrs
i4 thsi for sosas iUsis fnr tndtseittoa as4 btl
ia,s aa4 anr copl,ly rand. Hmom
Hi,n4 thm to Tsryaas. Oatm triad, yea wul
Mm be wltheat Item la fks f amllr."
Flsaswm, ralataMa rfltait, Tssta iwjmw,
llmr fcirkaa, wMkarr(0, loo. tw. Ms. Vft
Ll4 Is am. Tha (analns tablal aams4 VOW.
saraMa4 as aara ar a amr saossy eask.
' 0t For ' -. ':-
L JJ ThBowef ,:
tsrlisg gamsy Ce., Chtcege et ff.T. as
JAL SUE. TEM UILUOI B3XES
MARTIAL MUSIC .
"Th danisms of th north end thought
Gabriel waa blowing his horn thia morn
ing Mr hen these two young men - went
through th district," aaid Deputy City
Attorney Fltsgerald to Municipal Judjr
Hogu In court today, pointing to Oscar
Bullung and Charles, Lane, who stood
facing tha Judge on charges of being
drunk and tooting a bugle at I a. m.
"Pretty full. I guess, enr asked Judg
Hogu of th young . fellows, , eyeing
them, severely. . . -1 - -
"W didn't mean anything bad," they
After a short argument It was agreed
that a An of It In each case should be
Imposed and th Judgment of th court
suspended pending , good , behavior. The
boy than left. '',:.-'
Both ar member of the' O. N. O.
Bullung 1 bugler of company K and hi
STEALS 23 CENTS
BUT LEAVES WATCH
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After MBioaHnsr a aoldt watch ' and
chain, valued at 1115, from the vest
Docket of J. F. Bbea. a plumber, t(I
- . . . 1
Gllsaa street, lomiumy last nignu
earafully scrutinizing it and finding the
initials of tha owner ensraved on th
case. -, burglar saatly wound th long
chain about tne-siem ana ih wie
Jewelry on th dining-room table.
' During- th" burglar"a- search of " the
house h found nothing; ho desired to
take, excepting XI cents in sir. nneas
trousers. He then left through th dining-room
window, th rout by which
RUSSIAN MINISTER '
(Continued from Pag One.)
Rusaia. It is worthy of knowledge, and
it la fully time that th truth war
written about It."
... A , jr. -M s .a
--.- TWO BOatM TataWwTT.
Xatndom SUpatoh Says Mora Thaa Oa
. Aaarobist Participated.
'(Jooraal Bpedal Bsrrk)S.
' London, July IS. Tha Central News
correspondent at St. Petersburg wires
his paper an assertion that two bombs
war thrown In th Plbv assassination,
one from a motor ear that cam along
side th minister's carriage, and tha
Other from a reataurant. ,
. Twenty persons, th ' correspondent
says, war cut and wounded by flying
glass. 1 , i .
. Three floors of th building adjoin
ing th hotel auffered damage, and for
a - oonsidoratol - Ol stance in. in neign-
borbood window wer shattered. .-
This report, naa It that tn ooacnmaa
was not killed, but was probably fatally
Injured. It continue by saying that th
saaaln waa arrested ana proves to n a
Jaw, but .steadfastly refuses to give his
nam. ; , '
-. On receiving in news tn esar e laa
gered away from a tatn by. which he
was standing and dropped into a chair
la a stat of collapse. ' "Another has
given bis life for duty." he said, and at
one dispatched messengers bearing oon
dolences to th dead man'a family.
Th polio ar reported to have gained
positive proof that th assassination was
th result 01 a widespread conspiracy in
tha ranks of tha revolutionary party
and fear other murders. - .
HOT X rOKMZBABTaB. - .
tnolud SCnrae of Om and All Bis
7 : anlsar. -. -.-.'v:-.'
. . (Joaraal Bpsdal lerries.)
' Geneva, July. tL Russian revolution
ists her ar Jubilant and it Is asserted
that a widespread revolutionary plot Is
afloat which la - th most formidable
sine th assassination - of Cxar Alex
ander. . ..1. . ,. . .
Tb black list, they say. Includes all
governors of provinces and ministers
of Russia. - .
The caar was not originally Included
la th list as be Is regarded aa being
weak but amiable and lovable. Now he
too has been added to th list of name
of those marked for death, on tha ground
that b represents tb living authority
of Russia, but though his wishes ar of
th best cannot fulfill them owing to
his lack of foroe.
Witt ffhoc zed German Papers Bay xt
V"' l! Ifaa Bxaoatlos.
(Joaraal Bpedal Iwrtet,) '
Berlin. July 18. M. Witt, president
of th Russian council of ministers, who
Is her negotiating a commercial treaty
with Germany, la horror stricken over
the Plehve assassination.
"It Is appall Ins, but not surprising.'
h said. "Revolutionists have long
marked Plehve for a - victim. Every
Russian minister accepts th risk of as
sassination as a part of bis official duty.
Of course th crime will not produce any
political reform, but on th contrary a
more rigid repression of subservloe la
ments is inevitable.- -
A bodyguard of detectives la now with
Witt, who will bo protected by Germany
during tha remainder of hla visit her.
Unconventional newspapers here Jus
tify th Plehv assassination. ' Tb Ta
geblatt characterises th deed aa th
"execution of a criminal who waa guilty
' Prominent Jews her state that M.
Plehve last administrative act was th
suppression of four Hebrew papers pub
lished in fit. Petersburg, throwing out
of employment S00 Jew with l.tOO de
pendents, and ordering that all be ex
pelled from th city and loonveyed back
to Paia. -
A deputation . of white-haired Jews
knelt before Plehv and vainly besought
mercy, it is said. .
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, WTmx BTATS SBPABTaTXaTT.
merloaa , embassy .ay no Slat-orb-
7 anoe Are Expected. 7
(Jesraal ".portal service.) ' e
Washington, July fS. Th stat de
partment . today received . dispatches
from -. tha ; American embassy at - Bt.
Petersburg Informing it of the assassi
nation of M. d Plehve, with the added
comment that there 1 no disturbance
In the Russian capital and none is ex
pec ted. . v.'. , i-
aVOVBST TOM OOsTOOZaZaTtKBa. :
Assure - Csas that Prano Zs X orros
trlokan. ' - - -(Jsnrasl
gpocUl Bsrrlee.) '.
Paris, July f I. President Lonbet on
th receipt of th new of von Plehve'
death telegraphed the esar an xDrea
ion of bis personal condolence and the
general horror of Franc ever the crime.
Foreign Minister Delcasse called at
th Russian embassy and had a private
interview with the Russian ambassador.
comrade I a private. Both wer paid
off veaterdav.- .receiving each. ft. Tbl
waa too much for them to stand at one
time, ao they went out for a pleasure
trip In a carriage.
Thia morning at o'clock repeated
buale calls rang out tn th air. Being
a member of a very military nolle ds-,
parment. Polloemsn jone answeraa in
oall ta arm and reported for duty. But
he soon learned bis presenca waa not
wanted. -. ! r
) "Drive along and oont bother tie-.
we're busy." said the occupants of th
caning. - and, louder blew th bugle.
Having just returned front th ' seene
of conqueet about -tb celebrated Camp
Murray. Wash., 'they felt untamed, and
disdained to listen to an ordinary cop. .
; "Tea. I'll drive on," replied tb po
lloemsn. TU lust drlv you to th
city Jail." And h did.
ho entered, Tha robbery was . dis
covered by th family this morning
when they arose and waa reported to
the -polloe, .: -.
Kvldeatiy by th same burglar, th
residence of ' John Ortf f 1th, - next door
to tb Shea home, was entered In the
same manner.. There the thief found
111.60, which be took.' H,alao carried
away a coat and vast. - ,
' Th polio were also notified today of
the robbery of a III diamond ring from
th residence of Mrs. Maria Bwltser,
It Clay street Detective Kartnvan
waa detailed to Investigate thia case.
ATTACKED WITH DIRK
(Continued from Pag One.)
That th strikers now realise that th
fight Is to be a death struggle is vi
denced by their expression of determi
nation. These wer brought forth by
th statement handed to th arbitration
board last night by th representative
of th packers. ThU x statement Is as
follows: .-.... 2.. , .
"We had an agreement with Mr. Don
lly's Organisation and th allied trades
which they failed to live up to, and un
der th circumstance w do not ear to
make any further - agreements with
them." , -
Tha'. packer contend that th old
agreement entered Into at th arbitra
tion conference, which provided for th
reinstatement of all the. strikers within
a period of 45 days, Is still In effect
The packers exprees sn unwillingness
to enter Into any further negotiations
that would necessitate any concessions
to th strikers, and claim It 1 simply a
wast of tlm to msk a further at
tempt looking to a peaceful adjustment
of the difficulties. - . - .
. -stoat Tak Inittatlv. , ...
Tb packers announce that, whil they
a re still willing to live tip to th terms
of . this original agreement,' that th
strikers must max the first overtures.
The - packer ; also Intimate . that If
th strikers do' not tak advantage of
th opportunity they now have to take
th Initiative In seeking an adjustment
of th trouble, that It will soon be too
late, as present indication ar that th
packers will secure all the help neces
sary to run their plants without having
to give employment to any of th men
now out. ..-.', '-
: Notwithstanding these reports by th
packers, th strikers ar confident that
it will be impossible to secure snough
help to conduct th business. .
- XAJTSAJI OXTT STjrprTaZB9a-; -.'
To . Further ; Sympathy tnrtk Ar
(Journal gpeeUl Berviee.)
Kansas City, July 18. Th packers
this morning withdrew their advertise
ments for help, claiming that they ar
supplied. No further sympathy strike
ar expected. Shippers have bean ad
vised that th market condition will
probably be normal from nofr on,
UTUATZOBT QTJXBT, 7
fcarlff Bwears ta BO Deputies Armad
v with Clubs. : -.-,-,
(Joaraal BpecUI gerrlce.) . -
Omaha, July 18. The strike Is th
quietest sine tt wan ordered. Sheriff
Power swor In 10 deputies, armed only
with cluba. A few non-union men ar
being brought In but In no large bodies.
srsoBsra at nr. vArrza.
V - . ; (Jknmial Special Serrtee.)
'- St.' Paul, July It. A picket line was
resumed this morning; with some dis
order. One striker was arrested. -.
LEADER IS WOUNDED
(Continued from Pag One.)
whloh they at mixed with water, and
some even without water. In spit of
this entire abseno of proper food, th
soldiers proved their amaslng enduranc
by constructing heavy earthworks on
their line of retreat" .
CATTLEMEN AT WAR
WITH SHEEP HERDERS
("pedal Dispatch to The Joeraal.)
Granite Hill, Wash July 18. War be
tween tha cattlemen and sheep herders
baa again broken out The cattlemen
killed several hundred . sheep Friday
night Since then th , herders carry
guns and have orders to - shoot when
they se fit Th trouble I caused by
disregard of tb oustomary limit of th
sheep range., -
icnowizsai txa bvoivabt.
(Joaraal Special Barrio.)
Rathdrum, Idaho, July 18. Tester
day James McC'all and Byron Jackson
confessed to robbing Holslnton Bed
ell saloon, In this place. 1
Rich Aromatic Delkiou
, At aib-frad grecn - ,
N coupont,n priict, no ooetnirt
I sad 9 lb. afoa.nS tins
RIVER VORK IS -BEING
SBAOBOAT KXTBX01BA CTaBABS TJP-
FBB WTT.T. a sTBTTB ABB BBW
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, that stbbtob; OP. WATB
TBTMSBT ZB OOBBXTZOB.
David M. Ogden, assistant XTntted
States nglnr, baa returned from a trip
to Independenoe,wher he mad an exam
ination of the revetment which waa con
tructd last year He report that he
found it to b In far better condition
than be . expected. '.The winter freshet
had dislodged some XI th stone in aitter
ent places, but these were soon replaoed.
It la believed that th revetment is now
In proper shape to answer all require
ments for another year. In reference to
th work being dona by th snagboat
Methloma. Engineer Ogden says:
' "Since being taken to the upper river
the -vessel has given a good account of
berself. Bh is now engaged n removing
nag from th river between Salem and
Lambert's bend, and making minor re
pairs to the dams. While working up
stream he auocaeded in removing some
of the worst obstruction-, from th chan
nel. She ta now employed In taking out
others of ' minor Importance. It is ex
pected that th work will be completed
by th latter part of August or the first
of September." - - - -- 7 ' -
In th course of few weeks th gov
ernment will be In a position to do some
very effective Improvement work to the
channel of th upper river. The dredge
being built to place In commission bet
tween her and Ealem will he ready tor
launching on Saturday at the Supple
shipyards. A month later It Is stated
that the dredre will b In operation.
Th last carload of machinery for th
dredg arrived yesterday, th mala por
tions of it -consisting of th crane ana
dipper. Th crane is a huge bridge-shaped
arrangement snade of steel, ana weign
several tons. Th dipper or bucket will
contain one cublo yard of material.
Until launched it is not known Just
how much water tha dredg will draw.
If It draft should not prove too great
th' engineers ar confident that, th
rsael will be able to mak a very ma
taiial Improvement tn th channel be
fore the present season Is ended.' 'But
on account of low water It I possible
that the dredg cannot be operated at
some of th shallowest points. ' Should
such prove to be true the work which
ha been planned will hav to be post
poned nntU thh!b water period of
next. year. -V ,-
TXZT WABTXB TO BBOW. '
Whales rues . SUrnal of Distress t
' -" Xatara tha Was Bews.
Incredible stories hav been told from
tlm to tlm of th queer methods which
men hav resorted to' In order to gain
Information of an ' Irrevelant nature.
All hav heard about tb fellow who
flagged th flying express train be
cause h wanted to learn from the- en
gineer tha tlm of. day, - ',
But to ny signals or distress out in
mld-ooean and get a steamer to com
cloa nough so that . th latest war
new' from tb orient can be' learned Is
supposed to be th limit This I what
happened to th ateamablp Jsloomeaia or
tb Portland-Aslatio line on her laat
outward trip to th far cast Th story
1 told by th Japan Dally Herald as
follows, th clipping Just having been,
received at tha local office of tb com
pany: -. 7 7
Th anxiety to obtain new of th war
I much greater In thoee who "go down
to' tha sea In ship" than with th land- i
lubber who leisurely pursue bis dally
budget in th newspaper, and all sorts
of schemes ar employed to obtain the
"latest;" but th cheekiest w hav
heard ff was perpetrated on th Port
land and Aalatlo eomf!anyg chartered
steamer Nloomedla- by th Jolly skipper
of the New Bebford whaler ' Allc
Knowlea. Th Nloomedla, fresh from
th 100-mll tow of th Pleiades and th
placing of a handsome salvage claim.
is on th IBttr inst." two days prior to
entering Yokohama, attracted by sig
nals of distress about - 1:10 a. m. la
position 88 degrees 1 mlnut north and
14S degrees 40 minute east Thinking
ah waa In luck one more and . with
visions of another big salvage claim Im
pelling her, th Nloomedla changed her
course and headed o th rescue. She
hove to and a boat from the whaler
came alongside and quickly made known
that her only distress was a lack of war
news. Could th Nloomedla oblige with
a few newspaper?" Tb feelings and
language of those on th Nloomedla can
be better Imagined than described. . .
... AOS TO BATXOATIOB. . 7
Xsspecaos Calkins Issue - jfotle of
.7 , Buoy and Ufht Change, , 7 t
Commander C G. Calkins, inspector
of this lighthouse district has pre
pared th following data relative t
th change mad in aid to navigation:
Waadah Island post light peg '40.
after No,' 184 (list of lights, buoys and
daymarka. Pacific coast, 1(04, page 73)
July a fixed whit post-lantern
light suspended-10 feet abov th wa
ter from an arm on a whits stake, was
established on a rocky point at th Juan
d Fuoa strait; largest house - Neah
village. & by W. tangent to Kydlkabblt
point W. 1-4 8. . ,
Th following affects th list of
lights, buoys and daymarka. Pacific
Coast 1904: ' .
Juan d Fuca strait page' 74. Sand
spit New Dungenesa buoy, No. S, a red
first-class . nun, - heretofore reported
adrift was replaced July I.
Hal passage, page 82. Point Mlglry
buoy, a H9. second-class nun, reported
adrift July 19, will be replaced aa soon
a practicable. , ' . . 1 -. . ,
Roaario strait, case 83. Boulder ref
buoy,- no. 1, a red second-class nun, here
tofore reported adrift waa . replaced
July 10. . t 7 .
San Juan channel, page 14. Argyl
hoal (Griffin bay) buoy,- a H8. first
class spar, heretofore reported out of
poeltlon, waa replaced July 11.
Sumner strait page 88. MoArthur
reef buoy, a IIS. second-class can, re
ported out tor position July It, will be
replaoed as soon as practicable.' .
' . KABXBB BOTES,-
Astoria,' July 28 Left tip at 4:80
a. m., schooner Olga. r
Sailed at a. m, steamer Chloo, for
San Francisco. ' , ' '
Arrived at 10:10 a, tn., steamer Co
lumbia, from San Francisco.'- - -'Ban
Francisco, July-18. Arrived at
8:80 a. m., eteamer George W. Elder,
from Portland. -. - - -
Astoria, July 17 Arrived at I p. m.,
schooner Sequoia, from San Francisco.
Astoria, July 18. Cenditlon of th
bar at 8 a. m., rough; wind, northwest;
weather, cloudy. . : ..
. San Francisco, July 1!. Arrived at
11 a. m4 steamer Rdondo,,from Port
land. . . . .- .
, . :- : , 1 . . '
AXOBTO TBS WATBBFBOBT. 7
Tonight the steamer Alllanc I ex
pected to reach port She 1 coming
from San Franclspo by; w pf Coo
Bay and has a general cargo and a big
Local Inspectors Edward and Fuller
will Inspect th t earner Dalle City to
morrow. . ' - v
Timbers were ' plaoed 7 under , th
stranded steamer Charles R. Spencer
yesterday, and within another week it
Is believed that ah will be Boated and
In Shap to bring to Portland. - .
mi a 1 ' ' i ' . .
-' KOTBMBBT OF SBirS,'"';
Olga Arrive, Bldorado , tave and
' Othara W1U Soon.
In tow of th Harvest Queen . th
schooner Olga la en rout up th river,
and la expected to reach port at an
early hour this afternoon. She is
coming in ballast from San Pedro, and
will load with lumber for th return
trip. ' ;-.':
Tomorrow th Queen will escort the
schooner Eldorado to th mouth of th
river. - The Eldorado' cargo, consisting
of 1.100,000 feet of piling and s other
lumber, was completed yesterday after
noon. Her crew haa been signed and
all other necessary arrangement mad
for her sailing. Sn will go to Tslngtaa,
China. Th vessel ha been in port sine
July 1. but on account of th several
other schooners and steamers loading
at th same mill has been delayed. ' On
her last trip from th Pad ft 0 coast to
China with a lumber cargo the Eldorado
met with a serious mishap, . while 1
sending, th river leading to Shanghai
eh went aground on a sandbar, and
nearly all the cargo had to be Jettisoned
before th sohooner could be gotten out
into deep water. Captain Smith 1 con
fident that better sucoess will be had on
uiia trip. .. - .-
Shortly several others big lumber car
riars. will b ready, to clear. In a day
or two th British" steamship Totten
ham will go down to Rainier to complete
her cargo. Bh will go to Shanghai. In
a few days the American - steamship
Pleldaflee will clear for Manila with . a
big shipment of government lumbar. ,
ZaBXXiABAW CXJhAB. V
With a cargo measuring t.ltl tons th
steamer Leelanaw cleared for San
Franclaoo and San Pedro this morning.
Her freight 1s made up of 1,180 tons of
wheat three tons of oil cake, 100 tons
of flour. 800 tons of bran, 100 ton of
middlings and 800 tons of shorts. The
vessel was dispatched by Taylor, Toung
ON CELILO LAND
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- Mayor Williams 1 'very much sur
prised to learn that he holds a mortgage
on land through which a portion of- the
Celllo canal, as surveyed by the gov
ernment engineer, is to run. This In
formation waa brought to th mayor re
cently through a communication from
Acoording to th statement of tha attorney-general,
th mprtgag was upon
what 1 known aa th Taf f property and
was for the sum of f 5,000, of whrch only
81,000 has been paid, according to stat
record. . Th mayor la asked to relin
quish his claims to the property in order
that th right of way for th canal may.
be clear., -.'.'''.
Mayor Williams stated this morning
that h bad lost all recollection of the
matter, although be did hav some busi
ness with Mr. Taff years ago. From
th records th mortgage waa executed
In 1888.: . v 7'
APPOZBTS XBSFBOTOm -
A.' G. Rushlight was' appointed the
third- member of - th- city board of
plumbing examiners by Mayor William
yeaterday afternoon, in accordance with
th plumbing ordinance which, requires
three besides th plumbing ' Inspector.
The 'board is now composed of W. 11
Stevenson and A. G. Rushlight master
plumber; W. Hey, Journeymen plumber,
and Plumbing Inspector Hulme. Th
member of th city board of health are
also ex-offlclo members pf th board of
examiner. -. ... :, . . ..: - -
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TTJCATB TBjB POPTJTaAB
4 TOTS FOB PmUSTDEKTt 7
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If you make th nearest guess
you can secure a prise, one of
6,000. valued at $2,600 to $6 each.
Tha guess will oost yon nothing1.
1 Every It cents you remit to .
The Journal, covering subscrip--
' tlon to th Dally, Sunday, Semi- 4
- weekly or Weekly will . entitle '
4 you to one guess,. -
4 For particulars and details 4
4 read th advertisement appearing .
in Th JournaL . -
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You Better Take Advantage
All Our High
Former prices $18.00, $20.00.
: $22.50 anT $25.00 t
Yr r It's a
The Store Noted for Best
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Plain and Wash
623 pieces of Plain and Wash
Silks, , all colors and ' Styles,
many this season's goods;-sold
regularly for 50c, 79c and $1.00
a yard, today, or while they
last.. ;. .yv ' '
Ladies y -T
Wrappers that sold for $2.00
and $2.50 that the material,
not to mention the making, is
worth twice our price, which
is pnly Y ; " -y ' 7. Y; Y I
ON OUR SECOND FLOOR you wiU find a choice line
of Swell Suits and Skirts
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OUR GREAT MIDSUMMER
UNDERWEAR is now in progress arid we are offering the
V greatest bargains in theTiistory of this store.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE DRY
PREFERS SEA TO
CELL IN JAIL
Kather than remain In th city Jail
to serv out his term of to days for
larceny, ,,W. B. Sutton, who was sen
tenced for robbing- W. A, Broadway- of
a diamond stickpin July 4, appeared be
fore Municipal Judg Hogu this noon
and with - tear streaming down hi
cheeVs begged th court to permit him
to hip before th mast and sail away
from his misery. . The court granted
th young man'a request
Pal and thin from confinement and
mental agony, th boyish prisoner stood
before the court that had sentenced mm
and explained that h was weary of Jail
life: that ha was unused to such living.
and thai he wanted to get away from it.
"I. beg you to permit m to tak ship
and sail away from tha scene of my
downfall," sobbed Button, 'at Is un
bearable to me to remain her, and If
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of Our Great Offers
Beauty, Come in and
Morrison and Second
Clothing Co. i
AAA AAA AAA AAA AAA
Goods at Lowest Prices.
A line of the best French Net
ting, boned ' and stayed all
shapes, sizes 18, 19, 20 only.
A Corset that sold ' regularly
for $1,00 a pair; while they
last only'; 7.1 '-i '' .,'-.
: 25c each I
From 2 to 12 years, in ging
hams, yephyrs.percales, ducks,
etc neatly trimmed, , well
made; standard value double
our price. Today 1P1.1Q,
05'. 85fV 75, 65, 55
and--..'"; . Y7.-'--- C
that we are slaughtering the J
on.V-v ,v : . 7.;. v .'"
SALE of Knit nd Muslin J
GOODS STORE, IN THE CITY
you will let mi, I wUl ahlp before tbo
maat and never return." 7 7-
Judg Hogu held-a consultation with
Deputy District Attorney Haney and it
wss decided that If a position can be
secured for Sutton ha will be liberated
and sent to sea. Negotiation will be'
mad immediately, lie wants to. go to
New Tork, if be oan get a ship bound
for that port; but' if not,: he wilt go.
anywher to get away from'Porttand.
Button cam her recently from New
Tork, where hi widowed mother Uvea '
He waa to take a poeltlon in a local
eaah register office as traveling sales'-r
man, but on July 4 he wnt out with
a party of picnickers and while on th
trip stole th diamond pin. Early on
th morning of th nt day he, in com
pany with other, wer arrested by a
polloeman for disturbing th paac. H
resisted th patrolman and this charge
still hangs over him. , ' l,
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Preferred Stock Oanned Oood.
Allen eV LawI Best Brand.
llVZf HABITS PERMANENTIY CURES
f0 rVILL PAfiTKUlARJ "
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$13.00, $14.00 .
1904 Came In Today
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