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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST VI, 190f.
Tomro iiiwaii, w0 wu ot
or m nm who mcbhtlt
BUrR P OUT OF TBTB COUBTTY
JAXL. n DBCOVEMD IH EUOEHE
Young James Stewart, one of the
aven prisoners who recently escaped
from the county Jell by digging through
brick well In corridor No. 4 ana
crawling through a hole In the floor of
the grand Jury room. U again occupying
a cell. He waa captured at Eugene at
an early hour this morning by Sheriff
Word, aaalated by Sheriff Flak and
Deputy Brown of Lane county.
Information reached Sheriff Word laat
venlng that a men reeembllng Stewart
had been at Eugene for four or five
day The aherlff took the train for
that city at o'clock laat night,
reaching there at I SO o'clock thi
morning. With Sheriff Flak end Dep
uty Brown, who were awaiting hla ar
rival, he went at once to a home on
the outaklrta of the town and awakened
the occupanta The man who opened
the door denied that any peraon re
eembllng Stewart waa In the house.
Pushing their way paat thle man. the
members of the party made a search of
the house. Stewart waa occupying a
bed on the upper floor. Hearing his pur
vuers coming he Jumped out of bed
and crawled Into a hole near the roof,
aaade by carpenters, who have been re
pairing the building. Catching sight of
him. Sheriff Word demanded that ha
"Come on here. Stewart," said the
sheriff. "I have only a few minutes left
o catch the Portland train, and you are
to accompany me aa my guest"
"All right, sir," meekly reapqnded the
criminal, as he crawled out of the hole
and began dressing.
Sheriff Word caught the train with
his prisoner Just aa It was pulling out
of the town, the capture requiring only
a few minutes. Of tha seven prisoners
scaping, only two are yet at liberty,
and Sheriff Word is confident they will
be captured In a abort time. Stewart
aays ho la IT years old, but ha looka
three or four years older. He U aerv
w a year for larceny.
ARE NOW IN THE CITY
(Continued from Page One.)
couple of city blocks say 100 or 700
feet away from the parade-ground and
to the east of It. They are on the west
aide of what la known aa the east port
basin or Inner harbor.
"High above the dockyards on a hill
Immediately east of tha east port basin,
known aa Golden hill, are three forts
the Muchau and Hwangchln fortifica
tions. This hill la, at Ita highest point,
about 400 feet high. It la thus a few
feet lower than the highest point on
Poyushan hill, now held by the Japan
ass, snd approximately a mile west of
Golden hill. It can thus be seen that
between Poyushan hill and Golden hill
and several hundred feet lower rest a
good portion of the town, the dockyards,
the Inner harbor and numerous ware
houses. "The parade grounds. I might add.
would he within direct range of the
Golden hill forts and under a dropping
fire. Personally, therefore, I rannot see
the object of gaining this foothold, un
less it were for a preliminary step to
a bolder dash In force across the very
city Itself snd up ths slopes of the
Golden Hill Controls.
Tea, ths setsurs of Golden hill would
be practically the end of the struggle,
becsuss the remaining. most formidable
works sre scross from It, separated by
but a narrow channel on the point of
the Tlger'a tall, much lower In altitude
and easily reduced.
"I am not saying that theae are or
are not the plans, nor do I want It un
derstood that I have any news con
firming ths Standard's dispatch. I have
simply given you the situation as it
would be In case our troops have ac
tually taken possession of Poyushan
and followed It up by an occupancy of
the west parade.
"I am merely explaining to you also
that Golden hill forts, if the situation
Is aa the Standard aays, are now sub
ject to a Are from ths land to tha west
at a range varying from a mile to a
mile and a half and out In the open
sea beyond and to the southeast, Jap
anese battleships at a range of five
miles, can also drop shells within their
embrasures Confirmation of the dis
patch would therefore be virtually ths
news of the 'downfall of Port Arthur,'
a beginning of an end conceivably close
Busslas Tleet Active.
That Russia is again becoming active
with her fleet Is In a measure indicated
WANT ADVERTISING "KNACK"
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ARE NOW IN
Poundmaster Fred Reed ssys hs Is
going to begin mak In -raids upon the
large colonies of vagrant dogs which
are seen roaming about the atreets, on
the first of next month. He la going to
start out with his dog wagon and svery
animal without a license tag on will be
seised and taken to the city pound.
where forfeit of SI will be required So
get possession of the canine agsTni.
It Is the large number of complaints
that have com to him during the past
two or three weeks that have led the
pound master to start ths dog wagon
again. Dogs sre becoming very greiut
nuisances, there being many which uo
not wear license tags, some of which
never did carry ths little metallic em
by a dispatch received from Lloyd's
agent at Niborg, Denmark, this morn
ing. He reports that one Russian cruiser
end two torpedo boat destroyers passed
Niborg today heading northward.
Work Is being rushed on the Baltic
squadron, which Is being augmented as
rapidly as thousands of men working
24 hours a day can accomplish It. There
are now st ths Kronstadt naval dock
yards four cruisers undergoing finish
ing touches and two of theae. the Oleg
and ths Poltavo, are exceptionally Ana
types of the new build embodying the
heavy artillery-protecting girdle.
Ten other cruisers are lying at Kron
stadt. but there are rumors constantly
afoot regarding the sailing of the squad
ron for the far east
A St Petersburg dispatch today, re
viewing the public outlook, resumes the
perfervld protestations that Russia does
not care for the services of peacemakers.
Preas opinion In the Kuaalan capital
still stands Arm that Russia cares for
no Interference and Is confident of her
power to end the war satisfactorily.
Some of the less conservative papers as
sert that It Is sn Insult to Russia to
speak of mediation. One paper declares
that not until the loaaea Russia has
sustained In ths destruction of wsr ves
sels snd lives of men hsve been repaid
In kind would she even consider peace.
Fir IS Weakening.
A dispatch from Toklo states that
ths Are of the Russians st Port Arthur
is weakening, according to advices re
ceived from ships passing In that vi
cinity and ths garrisons are believed
to be husbanding their ammunition for a
No mention Is made as to the Japanese
side of operations and tha dispatch adds
that the government studiously sup
presses all news from the front
Boms Sears Hews.
A Rome dispatch to the Exchange
Telegraph this evening says: 'It la
reported hers from a good source that
Fort Arthur has fallen."
TBOOr AS BPOHgOHS.
Osar Sands Telegram, in Which Refers
to His Boa's ruture.
(Journal Special Berries.)
St. Petersburg. Aug. tT. The esar
Thursday sent the following telegram
to Kuropatkln: "During ths baptism
of Alexis, heir to the throne, her maj
esty and I, thinking of our valiant
troops and seamen in tha far east, in
vited them from our hearts to be spon
sors for the cxarowltch.
"Let him preserve for his whole life
this spiritual link with all our troops
from the highest chief to the private
soldiers snd seamen, who sre dear to
me and to Russia, and who have proved
their love for tbslr fatherland and sov
ereign by their nobis sslf-sacrtflcs and
daring exploits while suffering from
privations and encountering extreme
AstdS $1,000,000 for Their
Journal Special gsrrlee.)
St. Petersburg. Aug. tT. In com
memoration of the csarovltch's birth an
Imperial decree has been Issued found
ing 100 scholarships in ths military and
naval school to be awarded to children
of deserving soldiers snd sailors killed
and wounded in the war.
Ths interest on 11.000.000 from the
Imperial eststs Is set aslds for the sup
port of the families of soldiers and
sailors, preferably for the education of
Port Arthur to Vamp Biasing On on
(Journal Special Berries.)
St. Petersburg, Aug. 27. The enor
mous quantity of petroleum st Port Ar
thur will be used ss a Anal resort to
keep the Japsnese out. General Stoea
sel has special engines with which to
throw oil a long distance and then
This method of Aghtlng Is entirely
MAJORITY OP THE UTTLH
ADS. BOW ABATE,
None of the colleges for women, teach
the art of writing "want ads.." and yet
it has become an essential part of s
None of the magaxlnss for women
print papers on -How to Got a New
Cook." or "How to Convert ths Old
Sideboard Into Money Through Adver
tising," and yet these things are a
vital part of good home management.
More than half of the "wants ads."
are written by women; and are aimed to
smooth out ths rough places In home
making; to erase the little vexations
snd worries of the day; to keep ths
"pot boiling." the purse full, the "old
things" from accumulating, ths domeatlo
machinery from getting rusty.
WAHT AD. WAT"
LEADS TO THBIPT, TOO.
The woman who has learned the full
usefulness to her of ths "Wsnt Col
umns" makes her little ads. "pay"
proportionately as well as ths big whole,
pace ad. pays the merchant
She has learned that by advertising
for a music teacher for her little girl
shs cannot merely And the right one,
but can secure the right rate; that by
having a dosen applicants for ths place
of gardener, abs can "pick and choose"
and make reasonable terms; that by
advertising for a lodger she can get an
agreeable ons and one who Is "good
pay;" that by advertising the household
things which are no longer needed she
can And the best markets for them.
He expects to replenish tha coffers of
the city treasury very materially. Laat
year dog licenses and fines netted about
$r,00 and he expects an equally targe
aum will be, derived from the aame
source this .year.
In speaking of she cattle and horses
running rampant each night In Uni
versity Park where the lawns and gar
dens of the residents are Buffering ae
verely because of the apparent oars
lessness of tha owners of. ths animals.
Mr. Reed stated that he is in tavor ot
having the council appoint a deputy to
n.tmi thu section of the city, at least
for a time. There are only three of
them In the department ana mt city is
so large they are unable to care for all
the large resident districts aa well as
the poundmaster desires.
new in so far as ths use of oil is eon
cernsd. snd seems slmost Ilka a rever
sion to ths old daya whsn bowmen were
burned with scalding watsr. It la be
lieved the new use of Are will check any
advance, thus giving time for a further
use of artillery.
WU,!. UTHOLD ST- ART)
Commander of Baltic rieet
(Tie rail Special Ssrvtee.)
St Petersburg, Aug. 17. As ths Bal
tic fleet was leaving Cronstadt Thurs
day, Admiral Blrlllff. commander of (he
Baltic ports, signalled: "Wish you good
fighting." Admiral Rojeavlnsky, com
mander of the fleet replied: "We shall
uphold ths glory of St Andrew's flag."
BOBBOWED MO WET.
Korean Banister's Creditors Befuee to
Let Him Depart
(Jevraal special Berries.)
St. Petersburg, Aug. 17. Ths Korean
minister has replied to the Instructions
of his government to return horns that
hs bad borrowed 41,000 rubles to main
tain ths embassy and that his creditors
refused to permit his departure until the
bills wars paid.
(Special Dispatch to The Journal.)
Seattle, Aug 27. According to local
representatives of largs London msrlns
insurance companies there is no dsnger
of Insurance rates on war risks going
higher than now, and there is sn Indica
tion of thslr coming down. Notwith
standing this fact, a large eastern meat
Arm has placed Insurance on a shipment
of canned meats from Seattle by ths
next Boston Steamship company's boat
to ths orient. Ths rats on war risks t,o
ths orient has dropped y per cant ths
last few days.
Before the destruction of the Vladi
vostok fleet the rate waa X per cent and
in some Instances higher. London com
panies are willing to take articles not
declared contraband by Great Britain
or ths United States.
DEAN OF ROCHESTER
EXPIRES AT LONDON
(J lurnal Special Service.)
London, Aug. 27. Vary Rev. 8. Rey
nolds Hole, D. D . "ths witty desn of
Rochester." died today. He was born
In Kit, was chaplain to the late Arch
bishop of Canterbury; a Fellow of tha
Stockholm and Portugal Horticultural
societies; almoner of the Order of St.
John of Jerusalem, and medallist of the
Royal Horticultural society.
He was ths author of numerous publi
cations, among them being "A Little
Tour In America," "Addresses to Work
Ingmen." "A Little Tour tn Ireland."
"Nice and Her Neighbors," "Hints, to
Preachers." He bad been dean of Roch
ester sines 1187.
Several years ago ths desn made a
tour of tha United States with the ob
ject of securing money to restore tha
ruined towers of ths ancient cathedral
(Journal Special Service.)
Cripple Creek. Col., Aug. 17. Armed
with a gun, Eugene Engley, former attorney-general
of Colorado, and one of
tha men deported last Saturday, returned
to this city today. He said ba would
protect himself to the best of his abil
ity and as yst has not been molested.
Frank J. Hangs, attorney for the
Western Federation of Miners, has an
nounced that he Is coming back. Sher
iff Bell ssys thst he will try to prevent
any more deportations.
(Journal Special Serrlce.)
New Tork, Aug. 27. Rt. Rev. Randall
Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury,
and wife arrived on the Celtic today and
at once proceeded to Quebec to attend
the convention of the Protestant Epis
copal church, which takes place lit
October. They will than visit ths oldsr
(Journal Epecltl Service.)
wew Torn. Aug. zt. All arrange
ments have been completed for the sec
ond national convention of the United
Irish League of America, which is to
be held In this city during the coming
week. The prime object of the league
is to ontajn home rule for Ireland. It
was organised In Boston twvj years ago
and has branches all over the United
States and Canada. The convention will
be attended by a delegation representing
the Irish parliamentary party and
headed by John E. Redmond. A public
reception in honor of the members of
the delegation will be given In Carnegie
BEDS OPEHED rOH MATT DOCK.
((earns! Special Service.)
wasnintton. Aug. 17. Bids wsre
opened bv ths buresu of yards snd
docks, navy department, today for the
construction of a drydock for ths New
York navf yard. Bids were opened In
January last, but were In excess of ths
money available, and were rejected. The
plans have been changed somewhat but
the sis of the dock will remain tha
same as bs'ore. v
(Jisunsl Special Service
Worcester, Aug. 17 Senator Hoar IS
weaker todry and did not have a com
fortable nlajht. He Is feeling well this
morning. howvor. although weaker than
yesterday, tThars is bo material change
In hla condition.
NO POWER HERE
BO HOT COMB UHDEH COHTBOL
OF CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIOH
BAS HO POWEB OVE CREMA
TORY. It has been discovered that tha em
ployes of the city board of health, in
cluding those working at the crema
tory, do not come under the Jurisdiction
of ths civil service commission. This
discovery was made during the past
week and cams aa a great surprise to
It was thought by ths members of tha
commission that ths board of health re
ceived ths same consideration at thslr
hands in ths matter of appointments
sa any other department of ths city, and
sines ths civil service has been Inau
gurated, all the laborers and foreman
at the crematory have been appointed,
after taking their examination the same
aa any other employs In ths service of
The attention of Mayor Williams has
been drawn to the matter snd be has
corns to ths conclusion that ths em
ployes st ths crematory do not have to
receive their appointments through tha
civil service commission according to
ths charter, which states explicitly that
ths civil service commission hss not ths
power of appointment or removal of ths
members of the health department As
the crematory cornea under the direct
supervision of ths hoard of health tha
man who srs working thsrs are classed
aa members of ths heann department
In order that everything may be made
clear tha matter will be referred to
City Attorney McNary for his opinion.
If it is really found that the civil serv
ice commission has no Jurisdiction ovsr
ths employes at ths crematory the
power of appointing and discharging
these men will again return to ths
board of health.
DIES AT TACOMA
Henderson Orchard, who lived In Port
lend and St. Johns until four years ago,
died last Wednesday at hla residence In
Tacoma, tha city In which ha possessed
large manufacturing Interests. Hs wsfe
manager of the Washington Pipe A
Foundry company and successful In
business. In many of ths smaller towna
of ths sound country hs fulfilled eon
tracts for the laying of watermalns.
and was generally known In business
circles as an energetlo, public-spirited
Mr. Orchard was a member of tha
Odd Fellows and the Woodmen of the
Wjrld. and his funeral tomorrow will
bo under the auspices of the former
order. He leaves a widow and four
sons. Mrs. W. H. Morgsn snd Mrs. F.
8. Handle of this city srs his slstsr snd
sister-in-law. respectively. Hs also
leaves two brothers 'in California and
one In Yakima. Ths deceased was it
years of age. ' , vasts.
John Thompson, sn employe of the
Portland Gas company, narrowly es
caped death by asphyxiation Thursday
while repairing a break in the malna
near the Intersection of Fourth and
Stark streets With a fellow laborer
ha was underground working on the
leaky pipe when he fell forward, uncon
scious Help waa summoned and after
some difficulty the insensible man was
brought to ths surface.
Photographer Catterlln. whoas place
is near by, and several others, worked
over Thompson for about 10 minutes,
by which time he waa able to" walk
home. Had be been alone In the trench
tha man would perhaps bsvs died be
fore assistance could have reached him.
CLASON GOT MONEY
AS WELL AS GEM
Detective Snow Is working on the. esse
of Mrs. A. Deshon. who reported the
theft of her diamond ring of the value
of 2B0 early this week, and has ascer
tained that C. Clason, who wore the
ring and left ths city with It Monday,
also persuaded the conAdlng woman to
sign his nots for IJOO. This she will
have to pay.
Clason left for Chicago, It has been
learned, and the police of that city have
been wired to arrest him If hs appears
there. This Is said to be the second time
Clason has got away with the diamond
ring. It was recovered for Mrs. Deshon
ones, nfter which she again gave the
gem to Clason.
"LEWIS ABD CLARK" COIHB.
The souvenir coins ordered for ths
Lewis and Clark fair will be distributed
September I, There were 25,000 sou
venlr dollars coined st the Philadelphia
mint and these will be distributed at the
price of 12 each.
TWO RILLED IB ELEVATOB.
(Journal Speelsl Service.)
New Tork, Aug. IT. Tha freight ele-
vstor st Babbitts soap factory, on
Washington strnet, fell from ths top
Aoor this afternoon killing two per
sons and fatally Injuring two others.
THE NtWILL RIVtRYIEW
Mr. Arthur C. Newlll has great pleas
ure tn announcing to toe public that ne
has secured a beautiful and In every
way satisfactory site for his new school.
which will open Wednesday, September
IS. 1004. Mr. Newlll has no longer any
connection with the boajrd of trustees of
the Bishop Bootl scans my, an mat in
stitution has been closed. The Newlll
Rlverview academy ts to be opened to
meet the requirements of the former
patrons of the Bishop Scott academy,
but the new school will be under the
sole management and ownership of Mr.
Newlll, and will extend the same ad'
vantages and maintain the same currleu
turn as those established by Mr. Newlll
In the Bishop Scott academy.
The new school Is situated on the "ft
and "Fulton" car Unas, II minutes' ride
from Morrison street, and. besides hav
ing ample grounds around the buildings
commands a Ana view of the river and
mountains. The high ground on which
tha school Is plsced gives assurance of
the healthfulneas or the locauon. which
Is well within' ths city limits and most
convenient to reach, yst far enough
awsy to give sll tha freedom that Is
The Newlll Rlverview seademy will
open on September 2R. Further gfi
nouncements will be made. For Infor
nation apply to Arthur C Newlll, Port
. i i in i i H 1 i
first published article lnce hU nomination for the presidency is on '
"Educated Men in Politics"
and appears exclusively In "Success" for September
"itodrew Jackson Theodore Roosevelt"
The Old Hickory and the New
By ALFRED HENRY LEWIS
A remarkable comparison of two strikingly similar men.
"What it Costs to Elect a President"
By WALTER WELLMAN
An article by oae who knows," on the methods used by political
managers to collect and distribute the enormous campaign funds.
UTAH MAN IS ANGRY
(Continued from Page One.)
be the aim of ovary one of our delega-
ion to circulate it aa widely as pos-
sible that strangers and tourist are
not wanted here in Portland.
Boss Oak's Action.
"If the Ross club was sn Irresponsi
ble organisation ws would not have felt
the insult But representing, as It does.
the best women of this city, we cannot
fall to realize thst ths Insult was de
liberate and premeditated. How re
markable it la that svery time a man
does something atrocious, woman flock
to him and crown him a hero."
Mrs. Ross Hoyt. president sr the
Portlsnd Rose club, was told of the
statements of Judge Powers snd the
feeling caused by the presentation ox a
tribute to Mr. Pence.
"I am sorry," said she, "that the Utah
people feel so badly about It, and I
want to say immediately in si in wmi
wo did there was no 1 intention of up
holding whatever Mr Pence said about
the people of Utah or Salt Lake. In
deed, the "Mormon question' was not
thought of In thst connection, mere
were throe simple reasons for ths pre
sentation to Mr. Pence.
His B assess Crowned.
First of all. we believe that success
deserves recognition, snd Mr. Pence waa
successful In his flght for tenver.
Secondly, ha deserved recognition for
his apology on ths dsy sfter ths de
bate. And lastly, Denver Is tha home
of Mrs. Plett-Decker. presldsnt of ths
International Association of Women's
clubs, recresentins 100.000 women, and
Denver had ths flrst woman's club ws
ever heard of.
'I hope my meaning Is olear. Aa a
matter of fact. I did not approve of
some of ths remarks of Mr. Pence, but
Mormonlsm wss not thought of when
ws decided to pressnt ths flowers."
A Canse for Storm.
Judge Powers In his signed statement
does not refer to ths most ludicrous In
cident of tha entire session of the con
gress. It was a report circulated by
Delegste Terry of Denver ta the ef
fect that Powers wss a Mormon bishop.
three times msrrled and thst hs bsd
one of his plural wives at ths Hotel
Portland. Had the Judge heard this re
port In time there would have been a
storm that Portland could not soon hsve
forgotten, but when Tsrry sscertalned
that he had been conveying false infor
mation he apologised to the victim before
It had otherwise reached the istters
ears. Whereupon the Denver man wss
advised In brief terms to verify his in
formation before he circulated further
Ths fects ars that Judge Powers waa
Instrumental In sending a great many
poly gam lets to' ths penitentiary during
the raids In Utah, and has always been
a foremost advocate of tha destruction
of what la not right In Mormonlsm.
He It waa who led the campaign that
wrested the political control of Salt
Lake City from ths hands of ths Mor
mon church In ths 10's snd for years
he was ths msn moat despised by ths
Mormons In ths state of Utah.
Tary Strong meaolutlona.
That Judge Powers volcea the senti
ment of hla colleagues ts apparent In
the resolutions herewith presented.
which were adopted at a caucus of the
Utah delegation on the morning after
the Pdwers-Pence-Talmags debate. Tha
declaration was not Intended for the
congress, but In signing It each member
signified that he would not be fulfilling
his duty to ths stats should hs fstl to
resent ths action of Panes and ths fre
quent Injections of "the Mormon ques
"The European Secret Service of the
Sultan of Turkey" '
.. By VANCE THOMPSON
This la the fourth of Mr. Thompson's wonderful series of
TEN GENTS PER COPY
tion" Into the columns of ths Oregonlan
during ths campaign of tha cities. Ths
sttituds of the morning paper was char
acterised aa whoUy unwarranted, espe
cially so In view of the fact that in the
entire Utah delegation there waa but one
Mormon Dr. Talmaga. Ths resolutions
'Whereas, During ths ssvsnth annual
session of ths American Mining Con
gress, ssssmbled at Portland, Or., par
ticularly in connection with the pro
ceedings Incident to ths locating of ths
permanent headquarters of the congress,
certain remarks and Insinuations Wars
mads on ths part of ths Colorado delega
tion, in the open sasslon of ths congress,
which remarks snd insinuations wsro in
the naturq of an.,USJBsATa n t ed assault on
the moral and social status of ths peo
ple of Utah; snd,
"Whereas, A certain newspaper to
wn., ths Oronian published st Port
land, Oregon, has directly and by In
nuendo aought to frustrate tha open snd
honorable efforts of ths people of Utah
to secure the establishment of the head
quarters of ths American Mining Con
gress st ths capital of their atate by at-temDtlna-
to Interject the so-called Mor
mon question' Into the consideration of
tha subject before the congress; now,
therefore, ba it
'Resolved. By the Utah delegatas to
the seventh annual session of the Amer
ican Mining Congress, on behalf of
themselves and of ths people of Utah,
whom thsy represent:
"First Thst said ramarks and insinu
ations on ths part of ths Colorado dele
gation were In their nature and In the
manner of their delivery vindictive snd
vicious, and wars mads with malicious
lntsnt to east gratuitous Insult on the
people of Utah.
."Second That ths course pursued by
the said newspaper, hs Oregonlan, In
the matter referred to, la utterly des
picable snd wholly alien to the ethics of
(Journal Special Service.)
London, Aug, 27. Tha Hamburg
American line today Inaugurated a fort
nightly service from Liverpool to
Trieste and Flume, in competition with
ths Cunard line.
THE OLD LOVE
WJmVLo TACH POWDB1
For many years Roberttne has lad
all face preparations for purity,
popularity and perfection of com
position. "Powders may come and
powders may go. but Roberttne
goes on forever."
It Is true complexion Insurance.
The cost ta small, but ths result
XT as aTs.min.wss
fox saXjB xrr au deaxebs.
BIumauer-Frank Drug Co.
142-146 FOURTH STRUT
REFITTING OF TUG
(Special Dlapatch to Ta Jnorasl.)
Victoria. B. C. Aug. 17. Ths tug
Pern is being refitted hers under rush
orders. Grest secrecy is maintained in
this connection but it hss been learned
that a land company looking forward to
speculation In connection with ths ter
minus of the Orsnd Trunk Pacific Is In
terested In the party. Local capital and
alao American speculators ara said ta
be Interested In the company.
Ths Pern is being fitted up to accom
modate a smsll party snd will oarry am
ple provisions and a strong searchlight.
It is generally supposed on account of
ths urgsney In completing snd outfitting
that ths party Intends going north
about the same tint ss the officials of
ths OrandTTrunk Pacific, whsn they
leave to look Into the matter of a ter
minus and will watch carefully tha
movsments of the officials.
(Special Dispatch to The Jonrnal.)
Orasham, Or., Aug. tT. A fierce firs
Is burning In the vicinity of Bramhall's
mill, near Alma, Clackamas county. A
great deal of damage has been dons In
ths dsstruction fit much valuable timber
and some outbuildings. Ths store st
Alma was thought to have been burned
but so far no definite report to that of
fset hss bean reached, owing to tha fact
that the roads ars absolutely unsafs for
TBOivurr wmaoKi is aim.
.Journal Spocttl rrrles.)
St. Louis. Aug. 37. Thirteen person
were injured and many more badly
shaken up today when a trolley car
Jumped ths track at Jefferson avenue
and Pestaloosls street and crashed into
a telegraph pole. Miss HUmmel of
Peoria, 111., waa probably fatally In
jured. Mezzo Tone and
Self 'Toning Matte
Ars ths Zevtest in
Beautiful la tone.
Easy to manipulate.
Simply toned In salt and water.
Wm Art Portland AgamU for
Eattman'i Bmttro Ltnm of