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..."A lira or Old TkmiM"
'Escaped From tlw Harem"
."A lluitaler Heroine"
....... ...Uualeal Rurlaa.ue
AM TOW tone awIti '
' Dtrribf af The Journal was re
sway for a Ht or loaarr bm bare '
paper stopped at tealr wldauaea
"w emt to any addreaa bjr stall at
te rtsular nlM, and aolleetloa will be
made by.resular carrlrr ( retara
to Ua ltr. axcoot at Laos beech aad
Seaside, wears Tba Jcwui baa ree
elar carrier drllrarr. Otto Hire '
of llwacu, Waeblastua, aaa caens of
Tee Juaraal aa Lou Bears, aad itwli
. A Ce. af gaaalda bar tsar a- ot Tee .
, Journal aa Seaside ar Ctataop baacS. '
pvlrvary will ke made .at those Iwa
pclilta at regular euberrlptlps rates.
Olva rair esause af ecldraes to roar
Pbaua Mala SuO aad prompt
ba glvea all orders. .
' '"Wooden-j" Charlie. a march end
' rake -walk compoaed by Clarence W.
'Murphey, a member1 of the American
Association ' of Traveling ..Passenger
' Agents,-will have a place on the - pro
gram to be rendered by the exposition
--Administration- band on the occasioiypf
'fle-aseocla.tton'e . annual convention In
Portland this month. Mr. Murphey 1
. city ticket agent ef the Sunset route at
New. Orleana, 'and a . muslcbui of note
-among railroad men. A copy of hla
piece, arranged for braaa band, waa sent
' to W.B. Comaa, who turned it over to
tne executive committee ror incorpora
tion In ' tbe pragram.' . ,- .
" Matilda Johnaon has filed suit in
, the circuit court for a divorce from Ed
ward u. Johnson, who conducta a res
taurant at 141 Seventh street) . The com
plaint allecee that the couple were mar
ried at Osceolau Nebraska, on March It,
rTtg.-and" that In l0t Johnaon deaerted
ner wnnout cause. she- states tnat tney
, have one invalid son.Klmer. and that
she la in auch poor health that ahe la
unable to provide for herself. 'Mrs.
- Johnson .aska- from' her husband's
, Income .for the support of herself and
eon and 7t for the" cost of the. ault.
'Kd and A.. R. Mendenhall are attorneys
-for tbe-piaintlff. .:.-.v v., '-" :
' R. Z. GorrellA engineer of the Sunny
'.bide departments la. enjoying- a reunion
LMh hie aon Boyd and daughterMafy.
who cam) from Madlaon.NorthC"
ouna, to vlalt the fair, with hlra. Mr.
- CorrelV had not "a en hla cmidren for tb
yeara. - The mother-I dled when, hla
daughter waa four weeka old ' and the
boy I yeara pld. They 'were left In the
care of their grandmother, ilra.-Harry
Koyd.: while -their father came' west.
' wherer he haa a I nee remained. The young
people leave the fTret of "ttie week f or
' North Carolina. --' ,',;-.-.;'.-:
' Secretary Richardeon of the Commer
-rial club haa arranged. for ev. reception
: to the Oregon and Washington Frees aa-:-
- aoclatlon next ytlday evening. Friday
v and Saturday will - be devoted to the
, preea aaaoclatlon at the fair, and- a large
attendance of writers la aaaurad. it la
'' expected that 100 editors from all parte
ot the northwest will be here then, and
all will be awtertalned tr the club, -
teputy County Clerk Herman Bohnlder
' Tied a buay day yesterday attending te
the wants ef hunters who Wished to get
' game llcenaea -for the coming aeaaon.
Beventy-ftve llcenaea . were granted, two
of them being to persons residing out
. aide ef the state; and who were oom-
polled to pay 1 to hunt In-Oregon.
J Jlunter residing In this stete ar re
'' quired to pay a license fee of I U : . ;
V Trolley j tripsTrolley- trips today
On O. W. P. to Oregon CMy,-Canemah
perk and Greaham, 2tc; to Eatacada and
upper Clackamas river points, ta-cents
round trip; dinner at Hotel - Eatacada.
' 1 Tic.- Cara leave First and Alder streets
' for Oregon City on the' odd hour and
' every forty minutes; for Bstacada, 1:39,
..:e, IJ:I0. l:St. M. :4. 1:11.- iyr
The - second ' semi-annual" election ' of
' the Portland Ad Men's League will be
held in the tower room of . the Com
' xeercial club tomorrow, evening, Sep
tember 4. at 7:30 P. m. The vottng wUl
be by Auatrallan ballot. - A full atteud
'anoe of the-league la expected. . ;.
. A large number ef Invitations 'are Is-
f sited by tha Portland Cornraerclal club
for a reception at Its . parlors Friday
evening, September S. from I- to 11
o'clockvln honor of the members of the
- Oregon' and Washtngto-TT Press aaaocla
1 tlona. ;: ' ,.-- -
Trolley Excursions on the O. W. P.
Seeing Portland In and out for 10 miles
' for 11.10. with two- hour atop at Eata
. rada for lunch at the hotel; train leevea
1 First and" Alder streets dally except
; Sunday at 1:40 a. m.,-re urn 4;0v p. m, .
' The reference and periodical rooms at
-the public library will be open en Mon
day laboc day for reading only, from
J until f o'clock. The circulating de
partment will be closed and no books
- eaa be returned, on that ady. -4 .',
" -Attorney - Charles T. ; Lord yesterday
afternoon filed an amended complaint In
hla damage suit against United States
District Attorney Francis Jf. Heney.
yAJribate to labors
,Tb sua wbo beara la serlesee '- i " ,
' Tba aters darrae af Ml '
Mid the rlaaaoe ot tb workabopi .
' Or Is allesra tana the aoilr '
Is King by rlbt af at-tloe, . 5
-A BMinarH-r la bis might, '; v
And to the -mm of auabood ...
Ho Ma asdlasated right. .
VtwM' labor rln trlnmnhant.
Aad aaea of al(bt anoaad
HStte anntiUa. la-J.'cuadltlon.''
And pnnatltiitloaa auinu
Tea'U nd tboaa atardy warksMB
On smoer road are fed;
nTiu'Il ndTniev eat -
And "Bsttar-Mefs" tbelr breaq.
Tba ' atreogtb ef . wheat Is It
Ta amonrlarlaa draree:
"It" aakea strung -the
Aa , lawa ot Baim arrrrm,
ThaC why ltr.rr Tllr -1r(rrW--r(ir"
Do light, ao awaet, ao brawn . . ,
-4e-evae--ai.t law ataala-aat , ,
r.A Jewel la JUbot a crown. .
BuitorJttA Briad Cof
Tale Hj a atinoena aa, yoe know, - C,'
As many thlnsa lll arnt rn aboW. . .
In Mae af omnrwrea It bt troe,, ,ij-
A shown by what Itnpw-tmre so; . ,
rot when a priMtiK-t's known to fma
Ttiry aeefc tn trade ttane the nam. t
How rantl tbee Inritatlnna jrew' '
Butter-fist" Bread will plalul abew. ;
When hi bread gained the Wading place
ArkanwMgad wlnnar la Mia race ...
Imnnatnra aprnng (MB eaarf aide, -And
Imltetlone mnltlpMad; t.'.
TalvTy- WWrwfJ w" aHe1 1 MMr1" -44 wSsT4b'Mb
But still thi-r traded on It" fawe-. -Tlry
en now the markta glut '
Wllb namea that amnd lka "Bllttr-!fnt.,
Tha pr""' ef the pud '.i.g l In the aerlng.
Why nnt bur tha l na a4 aat lh ttntt
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A Sjvizjs Accc::t
Xn tlj 1 firuftcisi tea is tike
wimming bladder' or life' pr
efvtr In actual waty . buoys
you up when Hope herself bits :.
downcast. To save future trou
- ble save ' money- now' with ouf '
"aid i of. security and '4 ' pen cent
. Interest . compounded serni-an-"-nually,
, Then you .will know::
whgt it Is to leave worry behind.
; Get oup. booklet' telling " more.
321 MORRISON STREET."
l2 ORalstonV Prei Vj:- i'i
r ; W. Cooper Morria, Cashier.-
. S. L.' Haysl Asst." Cashier. I
'i TELEPHONE' MAIN 18.
Lord acta forth that Heney Is, not '.the
lawful United States district attorney
for Oregon and. that all .the complaints
made by him against Lord were done
mallcloualy and to. satisfy personal
spite. A abort time after Lord's filing.
Judge Henry E. McGinn. Heney's attor
ney, flled a demurrer to the amended
complaint. , , -
Isabella Carmen. ' a anakecharmer. em
ployed n Jabour's animal ahow on the
Trail, met. with a painful accident yes
terday afternoon while flatting- -neighboring
show known. aa "Luna." -'A door,
the Mnges -of which were defective, fell
aa ahe waa passing through, knocking
her down. She was taken to the enter
gencv hospital. ' After- a -short - atny
thelre ahe returned to her work, and will
suffer no 111 effocta from the Injury. ..
' Arrangements have been made by the
offlclala of the Government building at
the Lewis and Clark exposition whereby
I "Panoraralo Colorado,"-- the Illustrated
lecture - by- Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Me
Clurg. will be : delivered '. there . every
morning at 11 o'clock. It regarded
aa one of the moat Intereatlng features
of the. fair.-, ' - :" -'i - -1-.' -
Pfeeman Armatrong." aged , 1 1 rears,
la . reported as missing' from bis home
at Montavilla' since ' Tuesday -evefning.
J. Cauffman reported his dlaappearaaca
at police headquarters last night, tv r -
': Woodward's Dancing . Academy :' De
partment of . the Western Academy of
Muslo ' and .Dramatic Art. Second
and '; Morrison. ' Everest's orchestra.
Opens Oetober 14.-. ;VV ; '
.' SteamnKIp AHinnoe sailafrom Couch
alreot dock lor Coos Bay end "Eureka
Tuesday night September S, at 1. F. P
Baumgartner, agent Main- M-rr; -
The new Nineteen Hundred Five Wele
bach gas burner, equipped - with best
Welnbacli ' mantel, T So each; Manning's,
41 Third street -
Antiques Mahogany . furniture,
brasses, bronae and pewter. " Only store
of Ka kind on the coaat IIS Waahing
tonp street; J,'.-'-;'' ''-'''''i'; .'! '
r-T)ance'"fo the I4- cash prise,' every
Tuesday' evening, af the Lewis and Clark
pavilion. Twenty-seventh and Thurman
atreetay x: r;:;.
For rale, cjieap Millinery goods; fine
location, good, trade; will sell at cost;
other interests Address IZ il.' Journal..
f Very e hea pv--Weild sell dental practice.
chair, engine aad. some furniture. Cor
ner Waahlngton and Second streets. ..'
For . sale It-room-boardlng - house,
three -blocks.' from Portland hotel. See
Mrs. McPherson. J 01 Fifth street . ;
Why pay IJ.S0 to-Ill for eye glasses
when we guarantee a perfect fit for 1T
Metsger eV Co, 111 Sixth street ; .
" Norwegian Sangerfeat groups on sale
at Aune'a, the photographer, Columbia
building. . ; : .'-'A.'',;-.,,, -,
',... - ; i. ii ' . ,.:. . .. .
JT.enta Noon Bag company. First and
T Frltx'a "tamales are-the best p';:
SPECIAL EVEI.TS' AT
V FAIR FOR THIS WEEK
' Following are - the ; special events
scheduled for "the week- begtnnttg to
morrow at the exposition; .
' Monday, September 4 Naval 4 battle
on Oulld's lake. - - . i, ,
Tueeday,' September 8-r-Alrshlp flight;
newsboys' day; Lutheran Sunday school
day. ''....: '...- '. - ,..
- Wednesday. September 3rand dis
play of flreworkavv ....
Tburaday, September "f Grand prise
camtal; pliotographere' dayr Idaho day.
Friday. ' September' Airship flight;
grand prise, carnival; .' latter carrlera'
day."'1 - 1 '.
1 "riaturday. Septeuuef S1" Qrand prise
carnival, Hoo Hoo day; lumbermen's
day; California dayiSrand display of
fireworks.1-'-, - -..-, ,- .
Sundsy-.'Septefliber 111 tawaajisiuilotil
Auditorium....;.'-- . v
Call It Tht Tavern.
1 ThAt la 'what all 1 the right "people
call It The greatest grill In the land.
8pecial breakfasts now a feature of
the Tavern'a ' service. . 'Grand concert
every . evening. ' Opposite 'i Oregonlan
building. Lattice' - annex . It Alder
street. . .' -..'; "
' r" Oregon City Boats. . :
Leave' Taylor ' street Sunday - 1:18,
1:10, 11:30 a. m." and l:ie p. m. Round
trip 21.. cents. - Treat your friend - for
a nice liver ride. ' . t-
... . . . j-. ..
- Kadmeed Bates to Bassta 9vtMg, ;
' The - Southern" Pictno company baa
placed on sale at tts Portland offices
round trip tickets to, Bhsata Springs at
a rate of 120, Beautiful, tlluatrated
r- - a descriptive or this resort eaa
jf, , f gouthern Paetae
. :. , OF VO'JAN. AND CAMERA
-CWift l I
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V ., " ". - 11 A Little Surprise
There was ,wlld cpnfusl.on ' In the
OoodnoUgh building. Fifth and Yamhill
streets, . shortly after noon .yesterday.
Women screamed and prepared- to faint
torn "rushed frantically: to the - Are es
cape, the elevator, made hasty trips car
rying occupants .of - the bunding to the
ground- floor, aa ' aome - one shouted
Vljire!'' and an alarm -waa sounded. ,
' Vharp, -quick clanging and the heavy
beat of hoofs sounded on . the streets
aa fire companies . from headquartera
and aeveral downtown districts rumbled
hastily to the -building-. Ladders were
thrown' a'gainst 'the walla and firemen,
armed-with long nosxles and lines of
hoae, atartedk up. , f- ' r
Smoke In heavy, volumes was pouring
from the windows on the sixth floor. It
was-another Job of the firebug, aaid the
V . TO. MARRIAGE-
There -was jl great-rush1 to-the mr- j
tiage-license counter and 1 1 permits to
wed were Issued" yesterday which waa
an exceedingly dull day about the court
house: In almostevery othr department:
there was also a demand for hunting licenses.-
v r.i!'.ve- j - M
One of the first to apply for the mar
riage permit waa Oeorge-F. Blair, who
journey clear from .Lansing. '.'Michigan,
to wed Miss Lucie A. Chamberlain. An
other stranger Within Portland's gates
who decided to take home a Rose- City
City . Employes ;Who Discount
. yVarranU Likely to Lose
1 Placet ftef This. V:"
EXECUTIVE' kOARD ri;-V
GIVES DRASTIC DOSES
If Matter Is Taken to Courts by
Brokers," Officials" Beliefs rThey
Will 'Win, So-Decishre ' Order Is
Mayor Lane and the city ' executive
board are determined to put a stop to
the practice of discounting warrants by
city employes, wtilch haa reached such
alarming proportions. r; - " '
"We will enforce this erder." said
John M. Qearln. chairman of the rules
committee, who framed the resolution.
"I believe the courts will favor ue if It
to contested.- We mean to put. a stop
to emploves of the city selling their
warrants "before they nave earned their
salary." '" . ." ': ..
, "People are .. of . the opinion that, we
are doing this simply to protect the em
ployes," said Thomas O. Green, anotjer
member of the rulea committee; "but
we are not; Instead, we. desire to pro
tect the city's Interests. It Is a detri
ment to the city hatve thai salaries of
the city, employes hold at .the, first of
every month before they, have earned
them.-' People say 11W11I work a hard
ship on the employes, but - It will not
On the other hand. It will be of great
benefit to them, as It will take them
from the clutches of the money sharks
who depend on discounting the salaries
-of city employes for their buamesa.' ,
H The reasons for making the order are
demrty set forth In . the . v resolutions
which were adopted, as follows:
"Whereas," There' exists" a "Widespread
practice among the employes of the city
ef Portland of assigning and pledging
l ba earned In the course
w toi n o. wv . xiicTaio ax
- a nr kiab ot rex mni ox
- TXS OLACXAXAS aUTXS. v
a roraAS xxiith axs xxcsxatiox
. sxaoax. . .. i
ntonnute ellaiMng. troat ttaaln. 80-aere
sine fir nark, lanta dancing saTllloa. katat
nravMad wttk ey wte and elaetrle
Ilshra. fin bat ha, rrfepaana aiaaet
fortland, . Tsoaaands ef aeraa ot fir saraat
anrronad the young -elty at Kataeada. ,
as milxs rxox romTLAJTOi
Ratea sar Say. ................. 190
Sataa par weak.. U.M
Sptal Meka. lacladlag ramad trip .
fara an4 dlasar t... ... LIB
SpMrlal tlckac lnc!n!ln raaad Ma -. .
tare, oaa alsWa kxlaiiig. ssd Ulrae
aaaaU ...... flBS
Ticxrr orncx rnun axs albix its.
l: jr. uarjIsez. m
. . ntACASaV 0SXOOV.. ' . ... .
for the Photographer.,,
crowd that gathered quickly ' on the
atreeta and blockaded the sidewalks.; It
waste time of calamity for Portland,
they said, which would be destroyed
more surely than Sodom or Gomorrah. ,
In the midst of the confusion aa fire
men were scaling the' ladders a grimy
head was stuck from a window on the
sixth, floorlla lsncedbelpwand saw
the crowd. Then he saw the firemen
coming towards tilm..' He closed the
window and was seen.no more. -
The cause of the commotion was the
taking of a flaah-llghtv picture by the
Klser Photographic company, whteh haa
offices on the sixth floor. -The flash la
accompanied, -or- ; rather - followed. -y
dense clouds of white smoke. It, emerged
from the wlndowa and "Under the doors.
A woman saw It and gave, tba alarm.
LICENSE ( COUNTER
princess was Morton Lrjtdtan' TK orth
Yakima, Washington. - The youngeat
couple to take out a license was Ralph
Van Nortwick. aged' 10 .years, and Per
nlta Persona, , two years the groom
elect's JunlorITheJ oldest couple)wes
William Pallts. aged. , 47 I yeara.- and
Emma Talbert, aged 41 yeara., Robert
H. Hunt a. fireman on the flreboat
George H. Williams, was one of Cupid's
- "The September harvest has started
IrtweU," said Mr. Fields as le closed the
on ice DOOKS xor am wow. , , :
of their public employment. lo brokers
and others, often ' at a large discount
from the face amount of such salaries;
and' . ' . .....--,'.":'
JWheras,MThe efnciencyofthe jyibllc
service la sec urea py insuring inai ui
funds provided by the taxpayers for the
maintenance thereof, ahall be received by
those who are to perform the work, at
the- periods appointed bym law for their
payment; and - - ' f-
"Whereas, The - aaelgnment of sue
funds befors they are due or earned baa
a tendency to lessen the fidelity, indus
try . and - vigilance of the public em
ployea and to -Impair the efficiency of
the public service of the city.- and la
void both la law and equity, not only
aa to the elty, but as between the parties
to auch transfers; therefore, be it
"Resolved., On the ground of protec
tion of the public service ef the city of
Portland, arid not the - private .Internet
and welfare ef the city employes, that
from and after the first day of October,
l0i, and Including the September pay
rolls of Ute elty of Portland, all salary
warrants .shall be issued only. In the
name ot and payable to the erder of the)
employe performing service for the elty.
and shall be delivered only to such em
ploye, or some member ef bis family or
household. In no case ahall any war
rant fas the salary of any elty official
or employe oar sasuea or aeuverea to any
broker or other person except as above
"Resolved. , That the aeslgnment or
pledging of salary t be earned by any
employe of the city of Portland ahall,
on and after said date, eonatttute euf
flcient -grounds for the discharge from
the public service of such employe; and
the habitual or frequent discounting er
hypothecation of salary warranta by any
employe or the city to o with known
loan' agents or ' broker ' sbeil likewise
constitute grounds for the discharge of
such entploye." . ,. ' -rs...
, HAVE .DAY AT FAIR
Thons who stutter and stammer had
an "opportunity" at IlAcldck yeaterHay
to" observe what . science has done to
ward overcoming theseembarraaatng
Impediments of speech. In the Oregon
building at the exposition pupils of the
Lewis School for Stammers, with head
quarters in Detroit. Michigan, aasem
bled, and were welcomed on the part
of the exposition by Colonel Henry B.
Vocal exercises In talking and slng-
Ing. and the concerted pronunciation of
difficult words were performed, with,
out A trace ot stuttering or stammering
by several hundred pupils "of all ages
n.ncr or sotn sexes;'
Viitf f weop. M jenk president of thevOre
gon TSjr commission, and William T.
I-en15headoflhe gchooL .delivered
shrtrt addresses. The Administration
bend- was to- attends
.:' Boats to the Hop Fields. .
Steamer; Pomona for Jf lanlon. New
berg, Genuine, Champoeg, Buttevllle and
way landings daily at :S a. as. Steam
er Oregon for Mlaslon, . Duretta,
Wheatland. MoCalla, Lincoln, Salem
and way. 4:4 a. m.. Tuesday, . Thurs
day and Saturday. - Get tlcketa and de
liver baggage the day before. -Dock
foot ef Taylor1 street Phone Main 40.
WHERE TO DINE.
tewls and Clark Observatory eafe.
1.409 feet above the elty. Fine eervteev
: ; i When Hn CeattT
Oe te the Rathakallef, a high-elaals
place te eat Sea foods, eastern meets,
large orchestra dally. , : .. .
.-.- V : ' . ' , -V'.
Sixteen-Year-Old , , Girl ' ' Elopes
From Pendleton With Youth-
V . ful Hotel Chef. A '
NURSING HER LOVE FOR ;-
BOY IN A PRISON CELL
Began Ecarninc Her , Living Two
Years Ago and Says She Has Had
Lots' of Experience, but Js Learn
ing Somethlnf Every Day. .
At the axe when little girls are play
ing with dolls. . Prankle Merickle-fell
lit . love. She waa hardly . is. , - uui
Prankle was different from many other
children. - She had been '.earning her
own living for two years before that
She began working when sne was is.
She waa about II when looking over. the
fenee that asperated her home from a
hotel in Pendleton ahe saw bluahlng
Joe Preston, the youthful1 chef. The
next morning he looked again and' Joe
waa blushing deeper than ever; - tho
third day Joe ventured te-teHner . that
It waa a nice morning, and rrsV'le be
came a prey to a love thai wr.e'-med her
from the lying - ends o? her - light,
fluffy,, rumpled hair to the worn heel
of her small and time-tried shoe.
She had the courage of her love.
and asked her mother's consent to her
union with ' Joe;' It was refused, and
Frsnkte took her sweetheart by .the
hand and the. country lad and lassl. at
tracted by the lights of Portland, set
out for this city. - ' :
Frank! la In jail for her love, and
Joe. beats Jits fists against the bars of
'.; Be Would Be Brotaer to Mar. ,
,Tbey came her three months ego.
and went to the home of a man named.
Amoa.e who took . a great fancy , to
Frank le. One evening he told her that
she was his little sister and that he
would be her brother, probably, because
It was Hobson's choice. Swearing faith
ful brotherhood, offering her; everything
she needed, and begging her to come to
him for money If she wanted it, and
never to hesitate to ask him for any
thing Just as she would a reel brother.
hx left her only to return the next
morning to requeet her company to the
city Jail on a charge of larceny.' - '
Answering her . natural curiosity as
to the nature of her offense Amos final
ly told her "that he accused her of steal
ing a pair of men's socks, some' men's
Undergarments and a field glassl - ,
."What does he- suppose I want with
anything of that klndT" the girl asked,
divided between tears at this new ex
perience - and . her - desire to ; laugh , at
it all aa a- JokeJThe whole affair is
too ridiculous to Ise true," she Went on.
But she la, tn a cell. - . v. . '
-T am very young." ahe sail tearful
ly, ."but t have had lots , experience
lust theaame, bat this Is new, I neve
worked for my living for two years and
supported myself, snd I thought I knew1
a good deal but I must have something
to learn yet - .
- OettlBr Pleat ef
"Kxperlenoe le a good teacher, they
say. and at this rate I ought to be ge
ting wise pretty soon. ,
all the time but she Is ready to smile at
any time. , When Joe a mentioned she
does, smile, Tes. she ; loves him, ahe
says, - clear down . to bet. heels." Since
she came here ahe has written to her
mother aaxlng the parental consent to
her wedding with Joe; but has received
no response. ; ,
"I wrote to her just before I left
Pendleton, too," eeid. .Frankle, -"and I
have never bad an answer. If she would
only say "yes" everything would be all
right I am sure she cannot object to
him. for he Is good and always works.
But for three months I have been wait
ing and have received no word from any
of my family. It Is very hard to be
alone with no one to advise me." ' , -
And now ahe does not know what la
In stored for her. She says that she
can prove her Innocence, and charitably
admlta i that Amos Is not responsible
for what he does because he Is always
threatening to eornmlt suicide and says
other queer things. Only a eharttftne
ago she grew tired of staying at hla
house, and picked up her clothes and
went over to Sunnyslde to live,' though
ahe had paid a month's rent In advance.
"This caused ' Amos to look Into his
things." aaid tho v child, "and after
scratching about be couldn't find any
thing but bis socks missing, and thought
I had taken them. . I don't know what
his feelings are toward me but he told
me after we came here that he didn't
think X had stolen" them. " Then again
I waa told that I was being held as a
wltneae but the police told the matron
I was here for larceny, so I am all
mixed up. Anyway, they are kind to me
here, and It Is much pleasanter than I
expected, but I can't do anything but
cry. It is hard now to write home and
I can only fait' to see how It cornea
set ,. , 1 - ; ' .. - - -. -
"Only I must say. I 'don't want a
brotherr-H-- that-le 'thev-way brothers
act" :,'." , -
While Frankle Is ostensibly held en a
charge ot ' larceny. It Is said that the
arrest la made at the requeet ef her
mother, who Is determined. to take
her daughter frofn the daigerous vi
cinity of Joe Preston,,
: While Inspecting a lodging-house ever
Our Own saloon, First snd Columbia
streets, last night Acting letectlves
!Csy and "jfaTN9:'&tntv1&&iP9i04tot'iHK&
ef t!ie "reoma whose appearance eh own
platnty-thart-they 'are- under age. - Tnrrf
were arrested and booked a t the city
prlaon" aa vagrants. ;
They gave the names ef Myrtle Dixon,
aged II, and Mrs. Mary Carlson, aged
13 The former looks te be about 14
and the Utter IT. .Myrtle Dixon eald
that ahe came here recently fseaa-Seaj.
tie., but ehe was racoemlaed. as a girl
who lives near the eastern end ef the
Burnslde street bridge arid waa taken
Into custody en Front street about three
months ago by Captain Bailey .1
CHINESE COYCOTT HAS
SEEN ITS BEST DAYS
. .:. c. r y..
'I hope to eee the Chineae' boyeott
dwindle rapidly as a result of the power
ful Influencee that have" been 'etsr
In opposition to it." aaid Frealdent '
D. Wheelwright of the Portland C
her of Commerce, after reading y
Say's "-tches f t .waa ' f
. J U L a. ,
C j( Taall TaaAaX J ' ,
;"- , BwasxwaBBSBnwaaaasBBJS , .
aSe4 Our Price Ulest I
Soaat Saef .SMMIlk. glass '.'....
nan tatcsca .ao
Raadwlrh. Hast... ' ,1U
Ira Taa ........
naaawira, caeea. .101
SaiMlwIrh. Eaa.- .Kll
ftaadwlrh, ehlraear .
Sanewk-k. .claS... ,J .
! Il.n tiold. ateln.
- Ho Oold, plot
' Hop Oold, asart
1 Blue Hlhtwa, pt.
Bine R I boos, t
Mixed Drlaka ....
Twa rrlae Ecsa., ..IS
vartm ana Kgaa. . .in
Ham and Kaaa.. .26
Cold 11am ...... ' .10
rotawaa ........ .101
Bakrd Beans . .i. .151
Brand and arattar. Jul
t'rarkara ....... .nftlwwta Mark
Hoda Water .....
Vt'lna. Claret fie
Susar Cora ...
ittne, i iarat, pint
Dili tickles .....
.lolWlna. PorC llaaa
.IShWIaa, Sautarna, at
,la, pr eat. .
10 win, aantaraa,. pt
Sllrnd Tomatoea.Vr .101
Porter. ' t laaa. . ....
Ala, alpa. ........
HI lord t unittkbara. .10
Sllerd Watarmrlon ' .10
t'antalonue. order. "..101 Kama, auart.
Oof fee. cup. ...... .(IftUrape Jelce. (Vaaa
tuH iMm wiia mapla ayrup aad auttar..
Don't carrr htaehes whan reel eaa eosra
ear pisre ana Mr Tun what rae, want at
aoora pcicca. jcamaainer ma niaeei
bnlldlng oa left alda of Trail.' rf; -
Successor to A- J. FARMKIV
OLxsaii in MTAn aaooiB.
tai, aaa and ass Third at Oor. JesTenoa
Prices quoted below - will save you at
i least ze per cent
Best - Drv. Qranulated. . Susar I not
beet). 100-lb. sacks IS.Z5
II Iba. Beat pry Granulated Sugar
, (not beet) . .1.
1-lb. can Royal Baking Powder. ... .40
1-lb. can Schillings' Baking Powder.. 6e
1-lb. pkg. Arm and Hammer Boda. ie
large packagea Matches.., ...... .26c
I lbs. clean whits Rice ............ .2&o
11 bars Royal Savon Soap .........Z5c
19 iba. flaioer Tadoca ............ 2(c
Hard Wheat F1or, per sack. ...... 11.00
Beat Eastern Ha ma. per pound. .... 14c
Picnic Hams, per pound.. to
Shredded Cocoanut, - pet pound...... 1
1-lb. pall best Lerd. ............. .tOc
ie-lb nail beet Lard
20-lb. nail best Lard
Beat Soft Wheat Fteeir.
Java and Mocha Coffee. free-ular lie).
per pound ........:ac
I (ba. broken Java and Mocha (equal
to ioq) ., z&e
t cans- Primrose Cream . ,
Tiger Cream treeulnr lc), per can. be
English Breakfast Tea (reg. 35c), lb. ISc
Hootch Oats, per pkg. ..............lOo
Tar Soap, 2 bars .......... . ...... . ho
Fels Naphtha Soap, per bar ic
Poatum Cereal. ajaer pkg.' .20c
Soda Crackers, le-lb. box... I0
East Side deliveries -Tuesdays and
Fridays. - Woodlawn. North Alblna and
piedmont, weaneaoaya. .-;,'.
nron KAnr 4Ma.
Only Nelden Graduate ea Paclfle Coast.
Onshf tane as attreattr a wees thvywere
bring eoertad. AU ef na were partlenlar than.
ws eaatrte ts speaar aa seaeunu as seaaioia,
VVhy Not Stfll
f ssi s trsdnate ef the usewiied !CKUKlf
IMST1TVTS a New York City, the ON a eos
eara is tba world that both aaen snd woaws
Joarsey Iras af thonaaada ef aatlre le Ttalt
troa all porta ef gnrop and Aaaartce end I
carry an tba aaaaa arark hare that the ca le
pra tr4 valors esee in jrn ssrs.
aix wnraxis, ac Aaa, smfkui ooxxs
Or other eldon'ea af age er decay
reawvee at maU expeaae.
ALL WORK CUARANTEILD
ova imarxa saxz or kun ajt btatb ajto
sxxu. combs is stiu ia raoeaxsa.
Lively radar tlona ea avarytblsg ta the hoes a.
MADAKE AZA KCLRIES-KISSECKE
, eaxBirTAi. mm fasxoks. .
jea Sarrbjasv sear Park Straat,
yhaaa Km Sts.
LOUIS IL BOLL
Plane , Studio will open September L
Parlors I aad 10. 141 Waahlngton st,
cernlng the course of the president and
the Chinese government. The chamber
among the- first, to- take- hp the quea i
tlon with the government. "' j
Some days ago President Wheelwright
wired President Roosevelt, tequeetine
ofttclal action In the premises. Secre-
yias) foe the-
preeldent. aaid everything waa' being
Ukar-eesM - be
done, and that a message' had lust been
received front Minister Rockhlll. at Pe-
klng. atatlng that the Chtneee govern
ment had Issued a strong edict against
the boycotters, sna nad given Instruc
tlona tor viceroys and governors to take
decisive action to arreat -tfc -anovnmant
amotig merchants and guilds, it la said
Ute situation at Bitangnal Is Improving.
Low Excursion ft&ttt ta th East.
Oa aala 8entemhae T a .i
II. and 17, the Rock Ialand ralK
IV Will ' Ball MltnA fr(n lAa
eta to eastern points at greatly reduced
rates, a or i. i f-articulars call en er
1, y-ral agent.
' . - . Orexon.
The Dig Store
i : Jl;
It about at handy a',
piece of furniture in
itt place at awtU
;z contain1 That't
y: why we have given .
special attention to
T'tecuring an attract-
V; ive line. Values and
. terms are right. -, . .
A weHeleetad and ensipletad stark af
faraltvre aad furnlaalsga lot Aawrkaa
-V 184-6 FIRST STREST
cLaua TBaouaa rsa block.
Ask Our Customers.
of Cliins czZ
Owing to being overstocked for
the Fair trade : and the very
limited room In our store, we eon
eluded to force our goods at auc
tion sale. The largest stock of
this kind In the city, consisting
of beautiful silverware, etolssonne.
satsuma. new brass ware, ebony
4 furnitures, ,.. em Pro Ida rsa
silk kimonos and, fine decorated
porcelain tea, seta, etc
Bale commences 1:11 and T:IS
p. m. Continue retailing before or
after auction; wholesale at ware
house. . J mm ' '
, Ttrtk. .
Have advanced tba world over,
but the price remaina the game
at the Jowa Jewelry Store. . In
gnticipation of the rise we pur
chased heavily aad shall be
pleased to give yoa the benefit.
We handle a full fine ef jewelry
on the same prindpIea."V
23 Morrison St.
'. s ..
Our Fall good of the latest
style is complete. Men's and
Youths' Suits from $6.00 ap to
$13.00; worth from $2.50 to $5.00
more elsewhere. - -"s
Full line .of - Men's, Ladies',
Missea' and Boy' Shoes from
$1.25 up to" $3.50; it is exactly
$1.00 less in price irr comparison
with other itores-prices.
assortment of latest styles, from
$1.00 to $200 saved by compsn
rt With other stores prices
tslO,X01'CiAte'rt to in-
. vest i gate our new, frei rner
ehsndine at tbe-aamA pckeyo:L.
pay - at some tire or humbuj
sales. '' ' ,