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TH2 OHSGOM SUNDAY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. SUIIDAV IXISIIKO. AUGU'T IX KIl
Designer Find That . Present
.'. Plan Must Be Changed to
Meet New Conditions, t
HEAVIER BATTLESHIPS f -7 .
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, tMptm $eji It Fot(ble to C6n
trnt a lf$chln 6f Eightten Thoo
' ..ttad Ton r Displacement With
, Speed of Smaller Vessel. .;'V'.
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(SpwUl Dlrab-k br Inh Win to Xkt Jul)
Wublnvton. Auk. H. Th dMtnrera
! of tk m battlMTilps hT dlxwvared
, thatk they cannot with present plans
, furnish Tthoaa vessels -with ths arms
meat which .would make the ships as
. powerful as the battleships bow being
destaned snd bull! abroad, r ;,
It Is found that if the Americas ships
' are limited to U.00O tons displacement
-' as required br congress, there will be s
, vital defect in the ships and it Is now
proposed to Increase the displacement
to lt.MS tons. I .... Siv : ' -
, The Increase la the displacement by
. J.eoe tons would call for greater borse-
power of the engines and would require
f an abandonment of the . plana already
drawn and the preparation of entirely
new dsigns ' It Is necessary to have
i the speed of the battleships maintained
and this can only be done by material
... changes In the machinery designs which
have been drawn on the assumption
. that the displacement would be 1,00
tons as named In the law,
The advantages to be gained by the
'. change In displacement, however, are
' such that no one In authority Is likely
' to regard the abandonment of the pres-
ent tentative designs and ths prepara-
: tion of the new plana as a sufficient r
, son for keeping the displacement at
1I.S0S tons. The experts believe that
It la possible to construct a machine of
,11,00.-tone .displacement. snd give the
asms speed, for Instance, ae that of the
, New Hampshire and -Kansas, both of
these being of the If, 000-ton class. :
' One of the reports In the bureau of
' Intelligence shows that Great Britain
l contemplated building three vessels of
this 1. 000-ton class. They were' to be
4i9 feet long. They were to carry four
It-Inch, guns, eight 7. i-lnch guns ana
a -IS S-lnch . yuns on' their main ' deck;
: speed not less than ll. knots,- It the
, vessels are to be raised to 11,00 tons
; each It la estimated that It would re-
quire .11,00 horsepower. These are the
, problems which are now being dis
cussed with the chances that the next
';. vessel will be of this great -lS.0-ton
class and.wlU probably have mors than
It knots speed. ' . ; - - m
ANOTHER TRAIN BETWEEN
v ? PORTtAND AND SEATTLE
f-y ; (Spselsl tnspsteh Is The Xoeraal.)
, irJBeatUe, Wash., Aug; 1. The North
ernfaclflo tealght-' announcea Ita in.
Seattle and Portland to be run on four
days during the next month. The first
will be to accommodate the Scandina
vian Singing society, leaving hers Au-
The second will .be operated during
King county, wees at Portland. vbsln
nlng August . If, when it is expected
there will be an excessive amount of
travel over what , the regular trains
can iaae care or.
The third one will leave here on Sen.
tember 1 to carry the Woodmen to the
fair, and the fourth will leave on flep-
wmoer io car lor tne ,hoo , Hoo
- -i : Says Bhm Was Bobbed. ";
' '' Hun Xyoka. a apanese woman, re-
s ported at police headquarters last night
.. that she hsd been robbed of diamond
.Jewelry and money aggregating f SI in
v, vara. She Is sa Inmate of the LJttle
. Farts house, II North Second street, and
- left her room for a few minutes Aurust
, I 14. When she returned she found the
v xouowing articles had been stolen: A
; gold watch, set with s diamond, valued
st tl; s diamond brooch. 1176; a long
i rope cnain, no. and lit In silver.
Xottery 3tsa Asssstsd. ' '
Tong Tip. a Chinese, was arrested last
Bight by Sergeant Hogeboom and Pa-
roimaa craadocs and charged with hav
ing tottery tickets In his possession. Ha
- was marking a stack of tickets In the
basement of the structure atl!7H Seo-
- ona street wnen -taken Into custody.
The tickets and markers were secured
i "e eviaenes. -
Fair Bulletin No. 60
2Ath 5'srks's Band.
2 I t "sthmal Irrigation - Con
g,rs. Indian Affairs tUm.
""s'nalan Athletic Sports,
-.To lessen the reflection of
light tipon the surface of the
1 eye, and at the same time
widen ;the range of vision
' without moving the head is
what V'.: x :-
will accomplish. . Besides be
ing a protection against the
, wind, they afford great rest
L fulness, which -is well worth
: considering- ",',-i
P?EPASED AIQ GROUND
On the shortest notice in otrT
-; - own factory ""1rr
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Fajns 'Moore, of badgegame fame, whose husband has been pardoned out
; of Sing Sing penitendaty by Oovernof Higgins. Her husband, JWil
.; liam E. Moore, was convicted In 1889 of working the badger game with
i. his wife on Martin Mahon, a wealthy hotelkceper. -Mrs. Moore turned
state's evidence and her husband was convicted and sentenced to 20 years
, in prison. ' Mahon died gome time ago in California. ' Mrs. Moore is
--aid to be fat Paris. ;' - '. V r.-rf; , ,,. ; . ; 4 ' -
RECOSSE DRIVES ELOPERS
(Continued from Pag On.) ,
CliseL was , found pinned to , the
lininsr a note which read:' -
s-We sre Elks. Will ftrtland Elks
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Th ' chambers of the revolver wer
filled with cartridges, only two of
which had been discharged. The posi
tion of ths bodies snd attendant circum
stances showed that Swartsel had first
shot' Mrs.' Cllse snd thsn turned the
weapon on himself. His aim waa deadly,
as shown by only two chambers of the
revolver being emptied.-' - .
. The ssdneea of the tragedy Is In
creased by the fact that letters found In
the woman'a satchel show her to be the
mother of three children, i. One letter,
addressed to her son, Stewart Cllse, at
Riverside, California, contained "in In-
closure of II with which to purensse a
baaebalL She worded th letter affec
tionately and did not even hint at her
and Swartsel's intention of sndlng their
lives. It Is probable that sbs forgot to
mall the letter. . . ' . . 4 -:
Had Osaessstoa at lalr.
Swartsel came to Portland - several
weeks ago and for four weeka conducted
a chair can concession at the fair.
He gav up th concession about e week
ago, jas It failed ' to pring in money
enough "to pay expenses. It Is likely in
view of the time when the pair agreed
to snd their lives together that they
took th ferry-across the river snd
walking a short distance along ths bank
on the other aid used the revolver.
Among . Swartsel's . papers was found
A membership card of Paaadena - lodge
No. 171. Benevolent snd Protective Or
der of Elks, and a pass to th bowls snd
Clsrk exposition grounds. . "
She was a Telephone wtrl. V
It lies been ascertained by the police
thst Mrs.,-Cllse worked at. -the local
telephone exchange under an assumed
nama during-the time her companion
conducted the concession at 'the fair.
They are known t hare lived some
where on the east aids. It la believed
that the murder and suicide occurred
lest Monday, as near ai ths date ca he
fixed by the authorities. -
A coroner's Jury was Impaneled at
Vancouver and after hearing- the evi
dence rendered . verdict that the -wo
man came to her death by a bulls
wound Inflicted by Swartsel end that
he then killed himself. After ; the
verdict of ths Jury wss U re
ceived, Coroner" Smith :. turned the
bodies over to the Vsneouvsr lodge -of
Elks. Ths secretary of that lodge wa
In communication by . telephone with
tb officials of th local lode, of Elks
up to a late hour Isst night Th
bodies probably will be brought to this
city by the local Elks and shipped to
Pasadena, California, In accordance with
the wish expressed in the not left by
the couple.- r-t y . .
Ths communication received by Chief
Grltxmacher contained an Inclosur
from the chief of police of Paaadena.
asking hm to do all In his power to lo
cate Swartsel. While he was supposoj
by his wife and the Pasadena authority
to have eloped with s woman, her name
was not given, and nrobably at ths datu
rcf wrltinr. was not known to them..
-Word of the discovery tof ths bodies
snd the salient features of ths murder
and suicide have been wired the Paaa
dena authorities A reply is expect I
early thla morning... " . 4 .
XJeaveaaat Vleaola BeslgBa. " '
(SeeeUI Mspatrh by Uaert Wire ts Tse Jesmal)
Washington. Aug. ll-The war d
partment has accepted the resignation
ef Second Lieutenant William U. Nich
ols, third cavalry, to uke effect Sep
tember It Lieutenant Nichols to from I
California snd was graduated from ths.
mill im j ,i,u,i7 wm niaa van anai
Il..valrv in June. VXCL 7 I
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m U1MI 13 SUED FOR
SIX 1.1 WIS
Frenzisd Financier Asked to Re
rpy Defendant for Fraudu-
- lent Sale of Stock.' :
(Sperial DUeateb bj Uassd Vsre te The Jearaal)
Boston, Aug. It. A. C. Burrage,,
Thomas W. Lwson and about s dosea
other defendanta were sued today by
Pain Webber and company for the re
covery of the possession of 70,000 shares
of Copper , Range Consolidated mining
stock or faillne thts the plaintiff asks
that Burrage and Lawson be compelled
to psy ever $1,000,000 cash, less certain
commissions ana expenses, wnicn sum
they sre alleged to have realised from
ths fradulent sal ef 70.000 shares of
Copper Rsne In violation ef as agree
ment made In-Septembers ltoi.
The suit is the outcome of sn allege
tion by 'pains Wsbber and company that
Burrage and Iawaon hsve broken s pool
in Copper Range, which waa to continue
to September, ltos, the other defend
ants named being Innocent holders of a
part of the pooled stock sold by Lawson
and Burrage. - - - - .
.Paine Weber and company stats that
Iiawson and Burrage cannot now return
the 70.000 shsrss snd therefor demand
SUMMER RESORT RUN,
-' 7 ON DOWIEITE PLAN
(Special Dtgpatch hrleeaed Wire to The Joaraall
Waukegan, I1U Aug. It. That the In
fluence of Zlon City i being felt. In
Waukegan to a certain. extent la shown
by th fact that th Summit hotel today
advertised, stating .that from tomorrow
on Proprietor Hathaway la to have only
Zlon .help in hla place, that pork or lard
Sre to- be tabooed and that everything
is to be done along the line followed
by th Zlon hotel. Smoking and swear
ing will no longer be tolersted st the
hotel. . snd the flirtations which . have
resulted In so many marriages at that
hostelry will hereafter be done away
. Hathaway disbelieves In the funda
mental principles of Zlon In, every re
spect.' He Is not a Dowlelte. He has
mad' the change because. he says so
many of hla boarders favored It ,
te Tffi i i . i ,t!Nbi
'A Boarding and Day School
for ' Boys and Young Mert.
Military Training. - Students
i prepared for any calling; N".
JlA diplomas -received by
th Universities.- Fall term
begins September 21, ; 1905.
Writer for prospectus to
A. C Newill, Principal and
Prop, n 940 to 048 ; Corbett
Street, Portland, i Oregon.y
Phone Main 2699. : , , - ,
' ' We are headquarters for:
these famous Classes- Our
prices are 25 per cent less
than others charge. Come in
and try on a pair. ; . .f
Oregon Optical Co.
r. at o. a. ; jh and YxmM"I
ntldlauf. lw Ituutul
JAY LUY RECOVER
RegalnsXonsciousness for Short
Tiryie and Phyalcian 1$ ..
v Hopeful. '',X V-r't
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DEATH KNELL OF f
C AUTO RACING SOUNDED
Fearful Accidents' at Clavcland and
Buffalo Cause General Condemna
tion of Sport by Manufacturers and
Participants. .'):'-', '. '
(Bpeelal Dispatch by Leased Wbe te The leanan
Buffalo. Aug. 1. The turning point
will be oassed In ths next 14 hours.'
aald Pr. Blxby at th German hospital
when asked late tonight about the con
dition of Webb. Jay, - the Clevelander.
who waa seriously Injured at the Kenu
worth race track yesterday afternoon.
"Mr. Jav la conscious at times," con
tinued Dr. Blxby. "but suffers severely
from the shaking up he received. Judg-ins-
from th progress that h" made to
day, we have reason to believe that he
will recover- unless some unexpected
Automobile racing in Burraio : is
doomed. -Webb Jay s terrible accident
at -the Kenllworth race track yesterday
has had Its effect on automobile race
promoters and -dare devil participants.
It may mean the end of th automobile
racing throughout th country, '
"Today wUl be my last as a. racer In
automobile races,'' said Charlie Burman
today.-: Burman Is segardad as the peei
BiUiuiiEiu ami jay ss am si
speed producing cars. It was learned
tonight that Jay regained consciousness
for a - time today. He mace a brief
atatement to friends thst If he recovered
from his present Illness, bo would quit
ths race came forever. -
A Cleveland dispatch says: Ths acci
dent to Webb Jay. In Buffalo Friday
blda fair to put a stop to automobile
racing. Manufacturers and drl vera have
pauaed to consider. Sari Klser an
nounced today-that he would race no
more. Charles Burman ' H -aH-sftT
he races st Buffalo next . Saturday.
Oldfleld will cohtlnu to race, but will
alow ud at curves. There will be no
more, jneet , at' th Kenllworth track,
Buffalo, where Webb Jay waa injured.
Cleveland manufacturers Interviewed to
day condemned the sport ss dsqgerous
snd without practical value to th auto
mobile Induatry and said they would be
glad to abandon it.
- Dylnir In his bed at St Clair hospital
today. Earl Klser made this promts to
his mother: .
"I will never drive a racing car again.
Until yesterday I had thought of doing
hso, but since Webb jay's accident I feel
that there la nothing to the sport, put
dsnger." , s .
A movement for a law preventing
automobile racing in Ohio was started
today by Representative Sawyer. He
said:' ...... , -
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erated Into slaughter svents and sre In
some respects worse than- Spanlah bull
Sghta. How -to stop them is ths ques
tion, and will take a great deal of ee
rloua thought." - .;. . ,
; TO EAT HASH SERVED
When breakfast was served th pris
oners confined- In th city Jail yester
day they refused to sat. ; Ths proprie
tor ' of the restaurant which has .the
contract for feeding the prisoners, waa
summoned and said ths food waa good
enough for anybody.. In proof of hla
aasertlon he took a mouthful whll th
prisoners Jeered. The men drank the
coffee .and, ate thebread but refused
to louco ine nam. .
Jailer Branch supports ths prisoners
In their contention that most of th food
glvsn them is . bad. Mayor Lane and
Chief . Grltxmacher ', have Interested
themselves In the matter and will take
ateps to see that ths quality , of th
food is btterd.-,: ,,; ; .
DISTURB BUSY BURGLAR t
WHO MAKES HIS ESCAPE
At 1:11 o'clock this morning C. Wln-
dom of 24 Caruthers street discovered
a burglar trying to force an entrance to
hla residence through the back door.
Wlndom ran to the home of Deputy City
Engineer W. P. Lulls at lot Fifth street
snd called for assistance. With Wlndom
Hills started on search fdr the bur
glar, but when they neared th house
the man jumped from th rear porch ot
the houss and mad his escape. Linn
and Wlndom followed, but they "oat
trace of the burglar In th. darkness. v .
DEATH CLAIMS NEW -
ARRIVAL FROM BELGIUM
(taeetal Dispatch to Tee JeareaL) '
Bsber City, Or4 Aug. It. Mrs. I -eons!
Mortler, sged 44 years, died In this
city yesterday of scarlet fever. She hsd
only been In this country sight days,
having Just arrived In Baksr City from
Belgium, her' native land. ' Shs t came
here to meet her husband whs te pros
trated -over:-her death... The funeral
waa held from the reeldence in South
Baker, Father OlUvettl of th .Catholic
church officiating, v s
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CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. 1 PROLIPT- H ', J i
v NESS OUR lVK)TTa NO DELAY. FINEST OFFICES IN 'fi ;. t . j
THE NORTHWEST. ? TEETH EX
iPAlN. ' TAKE ?CARE OF i YOUR TEETIL THEN THEY . ' t ;
WILL CARE FOR YOU.
DR. B. E.
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I ; OfSs Xesrsi i s a. sm. is sa.1 To 9. as. to SiM p. sa.1 ahudays, S to !."':'
i'ii MS 'IIS JMUI . Wfumm -1 - . 4
thre months go. - They are here now and instead of selling them for $1.50 re 1 Z
wUl seU them f or - . , r. . , as .V .:;Xh::$V'i '$
; "M . we bought these Blankets for sale before the fair opened, at which time thera r
was a big demand, but the late arrival compels us' to dispose of them rjuickly., (
The colors are white,
of thevlargest and hest
THE COMPLETE HOlSEftRNISHERS
SHE'S A PERFECT CYCLONE, THIS STEADIER. IS t
BAREHEADED LADIES ARE THE THING on the decks of the shooting star steamboat
Because' of its speed as it dart
'V-:.-' - . THE ..TELEGRAPH GETS '.THERE, ELIt ' ;'s : :. Ti-':' , . ,.'
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Running from Portland to Asteria every day but Friday in five and one half hourf by the r;
watchrrThs tteamer leaves its berth foot of Alder street.. atT7: a. m, arriving at Astoria at 4
12:30 p.'m.; returning leaves Astoria at 8 p. m, arriving. in Portland again at 8:30 p. m.
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OU A STaXAL!20AT THAT RUTIS LOB TIIAT-- H "
":;!::..r':; '''V.Connectlon8-eVt Astoria with all pleasure resorts on both beaches. - -
rrly ttebsis, Saturday and
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CLASS DENTeAL WORK
Washington Street, Corner
...-l.il .S MArtia T1..1 ' ,Vi!
brown, stnpea ana inaian enects.
mills in Philadelphia and. are all
i ). appropriately nuucu
Li, li. l&lil&&hJr&b n il ?
through tha, waters of the Willamette and Columbia riyers. ii
Sundsy oo4 for'an Sax Isysvsr In Astoria) tJ-80; athar days, sn Way, ll.lft.
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good, well made Blankets.',
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