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rTIIEv OREGON" SUNDAY - JOURNAL.-PORTLANDr-SUNDAY--MOaMINCU-JUME-Xl 1SC7.
Just a Coatlength North
of Washington Street
most: prominent offkje
Passed by Kew Street
Car Lines :
v ' Look up Sixth street and you can't hefp seeing the (torn Bright, cheery, strictly modern it is filled with the atmos- " To have an "office in' such a building gives a business art '
monwealth- Building, for it ,fills the -street.-.--T -:,-.:. phere of progre'saivecssn-., .H-V,-',-,r.--- ..toipetui equal t5 a year's growth. , - .'. -
The inside looks even better than the but$id'lii:- -- -'Ownership of the building by the Commonwealth Bank & Establish your business headquarters here and secure ad-
, -.' ., ; . . ' - ... .' " . 1 rust LO. insures progressive management ana iiDcrai trci- -vuisc' n ttam;cnnpy&5ioieiQ ppiam eiaewncrc ics ,
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ment of tenants.
than double the rent. .
.v.iws . 'ju;-;.:"':':-
111 iwi lu
ake yourresenratisyOVVrhUeenUrfc.extra-lcgww -
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Light, bright and cheery. :
Modern enuipmcntclectric ..light. xt,raiinc-plumbings
e cry thtiig 4ooksand iapTtOHjate.
. ief II I II II II
Agent on Premises Today : 1 i
Creeps into San Francisco Har
bor With Six Feet ' of Water
; ' . In Her Hold. ...
STRUCK FOUR TIMES IN : .
CROSSING COQUILLE BAR
Decides to . Run for ; Bay City,
' Reaching Port With Exhausted
Crew and Vessel Riding Deep.
(Journal Sptll SrTin'.
tan Francisco, June 2. Riding dp
newater!withlier crew wornrJut
from their-exertions itllit pump, tha
lumber schooner Oregon, commanded by
Captain Anderson, crept Into the harbor
thl mornin from Coqullle river. -There
was six feet of water In the
hold when she anchored. - Although
- cabins and forecastle were - flooded,
'' there was no Immediate danger of the
-vessel's sinking, owing to htr lumber
. ' cargo. . .
i The Oregon- met' misfortune while
. rpoaslng the bar-at-Coqullle. river last
W uesday. She struck four times. In
leas - than an hour the holdwas filled
with waUir and soon "the cabin ajicTfore-
entitle and galley were "flooded. Distress
. signals were hoisted but they r not
seen and aa the weather waa too bad
to attempt rerroaslng the bar. Captain
Andcregn decided to run for Ban Kran
j el sco. .. .. . '
- .TIia crew worked the pumpa for II
. . 2 1
II. B. NICHOLAS,
Candidate tor . '
ludge Circuit Court,
. Department No. 4. ,
hours.- All hands had to gat what
sleep they could on top of the laraber
and the cook had te prepare hie meals
there. . While , coming over tbe bar at
this port this morning an Immense ea
waa shipped and the men narrowly es
caped being washed overboard. . . ,
SOCIETY WOMAN SUED FOR
Tacoma Lodging House Keeper
Asks Large Sum A Damage
; for Alleged Offense;
: tUpeclirt" P1ptch to The-JeafMl.V -
" - Tacoma. June I. Aristocratte circles
Of Tacoma have been scandalised by a
suit brought by Mrs. Ellen Brown, pro
prietor of a lodging-house above a sa
loon In old Tacoma against It society
women of this city, for $10,000 for defa
mation of character. The defendant
are: . Mrs. T. C. Harmer, Mrs. W. L
McKensle. Mrs. Martin Hall. Mrs. R.
Wiley. Mrs. Dan Fraaer, Mrs. D. 8.
Price. Mrs. V. C. Hicks, Mrs. James
J. , Rsld, Mrs. -Jamea-Bell, Mrs. J.
Chrlstopherson and J. T. Johnson. No
tices of the action were served this
afternoon on aU the defendants.
The complaint, which has not -yet
been filed, states that the 11 defend
ants sent, a signed remonstrance to the
city council objecting, to the granting
of a renewal of the saloon license.
charging that a disorderly house was
conducted above and that there was an
Inside stairway connecting the saloon
with the apartments occupied by Mrs.
Brown. . ... -v -
These and other charges) Mrs. Drown
vehemently denies. - She- asserts she 1a
a reputable woman, maintaining a lodg
Ing-houne for the , support 'of . herself
and family and that nothing improper
roes on at her house. while greatly
flurried, the fair defendants declare
they have spicy testimony which" the
wilt Introduce at the trial.
Plaintiff-, maintains that she will be
In a position to go the defendants one
better In damaging counter evidence.
foaumeat to Tala Boys' Xerolaaa.
I From a New Haven Dispatch.
A piece of. Statuary unique In the his
tory- of sculpture la In process of com
pletion In the studio of James Rdwsrd
Kelly. It will be known as the. Defenders'-
monuments and commemorates
the defense of New Haven egalnst the
PMIlsH"ly tlii" students it Vale-eellege I"
on Jul I, 17TI.
The statue represents three figures,
beardless youths, operating a piece oi
field artillery. They are typical Amer
ican youths of the period.
-'-The tinvtHng-w1H- 4ak ytaee -on July
5. 107. The aUtue will have cost,
when completed, about 130.000. .
The figures, which will be cast fit
bronse, will stand eight feet high upon
a pedestal of granite. The monument
will be placed upon the spot at West
Bridge where 117 years previously the
Yale students met the British and re
pulsed them." - -
Tha resistance by the eltltena of New
Haven to tha British invasion In 1771
was the only Instance In the revolu
tionary war when a town, unsupported
by outside help, without military lead
ership or general military organisation
nltted Itself aaalnst a British armv.
The' British fores ricarly equaled In
numbers the whole population of the
town. These undisciplined rltliens re
pulsed this trained army of veteran
ETHEL BARRYMORE MAY YET
v l'EO' CAPTAIN GRAHAM
ReportThatPair Have , Been
Marrieri In Secret, .But'Ac-,
. tress Denies.7 Rumor.
(Special Dispatch kr LsaaeS Wire Co The Jaaraal)
- Beaton, June S. The presence In this
city "todayof - Miss Ethel Barrymore
and Captain; Graham, tne young English
man she ia reported to be engaged
to, led to the circulation - of a report
that the young couple had planned to
be married In secreuMlaa Ethel
mora' left for Windsor.-Vermont today.
and by a curloua coincidence Captain
Graham went away also. - Whether the
young Englishman also went to Windsor
could hot be .ascertained, aitnougn it
was stated at the Touralne that he had
gone to the country. . Miss Barrymore
was not In the most amiable frame of
mind when a venturesome reporter -attempted
to learn from her whether or
not ahe was to be married to her English
suitor. i .
"l refuse. to discuss the matter." said
she, "It la my private affalf-end-t-s
no reason for aaylng anything about It.
When It was auggested that her de
parture was rather abrupt she said:
"I am going to the country to spend
the summer, just as I have Intended
If: , "?
ni'Xr V 1 . a
-. . nM
Princess ' Alexandra of ' Ysenburg
Buedingen, .the enfant terrible' of
royalty in Europe, has mysteriously
disappeared and may be on her way
r to America. For years it has been
her fad to buy old castles and fur
nish them on credit, a fad which has
led ; to "her" imprisonment' several
'' times. v ',' ,. ;
for some time. Captain Graham has
nothing to do with it.
. Mlas Barrymore waa then asked the
reason for the captain's presence in the
city, to which she said:
'That Is his affair; you bad better
aak htm." ; Than she exclaimed r
"All this stuff that has been printed
about my marrying Captain Graham and
my relations .. with ' him is a pack of
Miss Barrymore has been In the offf
since May 23 and last night her maid
said she expected to be here another
week. . . - ' - J
"She is not to be married." the mld
said. 'On the other hand, friends of the
actress denied that there waa anything
in the reports of a broken engagement.
Captain Graham himself,, when ap
proached on the subject, referred all
inquirers to Mtsa Barrymore. But that
he accidentally crossed tne ocean and
eame - te - the same - place whereMIs
Barrymore was staying and. then de
parted almultaneousljr. with 'her-givee
rise to the belief that she Is endeavoring
to patch up a misunderstanding or else
Is preparing for a apeedy wedding,. .
$220,000 FOR RELIEF OF
California Legislature Breaking
All Records for Speedy
(Jnnraal Special Service.)
Racramerfto, CaL. June- S. The extra
ion of the legislature called to enact
earthquake relief legislation convened
shortlyafter.noon,and If the jiplrlt of
the . Saq Francisco delegation isany
criterion, the- work of enacting without
needless delay alt necessary measure
will be ,gone through with at record
breaking speed. Chaplain Mlels In his
prayer referred feelingly to the calamity
that made necessary the calling of an
extra session. ;
In the senate special emergency bills
providing for the extension of the time
for filing mechanics liens, validating
acts performed since April IS, ei tending
the time in which certain official acta
may be performed and extending the
time on commencement of stilts to re
cover SO days - were - introduced . and
ordered sent to the printer Immediately.
A bill appropriating S230.000 for the
relief of the Univcraity of California
was also Introduced before the senate ad-
In the houee the old organisation was
chosen, after the usual preliminaries.
Bills covering practically everything In
the call were speedily Introduced, In
cluding emergency bills similar to those
introduced In- the- aerial
Tlaa, Caogn la sHeel Trap.
. ' From the Topeka Capital.
County Commissioner Oeorge W. tlr
gle of I-eRoy tells a fish story that he
Insists Is 4rue. George says that Wil
liam McKay of LeRoy recently caught
catfish In an ordinary ateel trap. And
more then that, they say that Mr. Mc
Kay has been a fisherman a number of
years and' Is still: a truthful man. The
fish captured In this unusual manner
waa a yellow catfish, weighing about
nine pound a, and Mr. McKay's theory Is
that tbe fish swam over the trap, which
had been set In the edge ef the water
ifsr nilnk, and In -some manner let, its
weight . settle gown on tne. trigger.
which went off and the steel Jaws
X the .trap caught the XUU. N ,
Respect -to Michael Davitt Is
:- sion of Activities. ' "V-
(Special Dispatch try leased Wire te Tha Jearsal)
Dublin, June All Ireland, laid
aalda the carea of business today, 4
show the respect and affection In which
Michael Davitt waa held by the Irish
Earljrlrrthe day-h-Jdyorrhe dead
patriot was removed from ' the little
Clarendon street phapel, where it had
reposed over night, to the Boardstone
station, where a train was' In waiting
to carry It to his old home at Straide,
County Mayo. : c - - . -
Throughout the city , shades were
drawn in private houses, business places
were closed and the streets were
thronged with people, who stood with
uncovered heads as the funeral proces
sion passed. The coffin rested beneath
great masses of flowers, the tributes of
loving friends here and- in America. The
procession, which was very large,- In
cluded many Nationalist members of the
house of commons and clergymen and
representatives of every religion and po
litlcal creed. '
John Redmond, John Dillon and other
members of the Nationalist party .were
among the mourners who closely fol.
lowed the hearse. There waa a tre
mendous crush outside the station, but
CHIEF CAMPBELL TURNS TABLES
. .. - ON. MAN WHO CRITICIZED HIM
A fire broke out in the basement of
the building occupied, by tje CI 1 1 sen a'
bank, at Kart Alder street andGrand
avenue, last night. It waa extinguished
without difficulty,- after burning a pile
of rubbish. . Tbe damage waa very
slight, amounting only to a scorching
of the walla. Part of the building Is
occupied by 8. H. Brainard's gun store,
and a report was circulated that a num
ber of barrels of powder were atored
In the cellar. There was nothing of
Brainard's In the cellar exceptr.some
During the fire. Fire Chief Campbell
stood, peering down a cellar -etalrway,
from- which -blacks StnokS , poured In
denao - cloud. In -the crowd-waa a
young man named Bob Birch, 'said to
have been at one time a member ef
the Kansas City fire department, and
It seemed to him that Chief Campbell
hesitated ' too long over starting down)
the cellar stairway. He called: "Go on
down. Dave. Show. Ua howltl8,dQae.
1 could do it If I had a chance.'
-Chief Campbell straightened up and
looked around till he located Bob. Then
he went over and got him by the arm.
"I was just ready to start down.
said the chief, "and since you want a
chanoe, I will take you with rrta," and
away he went, dragging the unwilling
Bob, who was too astonished to make
remonstrance. ' 1
Down Into tbe darkness and timoke
they . went, while " the crowd gathered -around
cheering the chief and seeking
to strengthen Bob's flagging courage.
They 'had hardly disappeared down tha
stairway whan Birch reappeared, chok
ing and sputtering. Chief - Campbell
eame grinning . after him. . Birch had -seen
all he-cared to see. .
the crowds stood with hat doffed and
In respectful silence aa tha coffin waa
borne from the hearse to the private
DENIES HE WAS CRUE
TO WIFE OF HIS BOSOM
' a. W. Dow of Albany has filed in the
ctrcult court an answer to.the divorce
suit brought against him hy Minnie
Dow ebout three weeks ago. He denies
the charges made by her that he treated
her cruelly and provided, nothing for her
to eat but potatoes .and fat pork. 1
In an affidavit accompanying the an
swer Dow says that he Is 71 years old,
and his wife S. He says he met her
through ' an ' sffirertlwement-tn thsr- Mat-;
rlmonlal Register, in which ahe gave
the color of her eyes and hair and rep
resented herself to be the prospective
heiress to f 10,000. ' They were irtoxrled
at Eugene In October, 190C, about a
month after-Dow first saw the adver
tisement. Mrs. Dow ia In Portland and
aaya she is supporting herself or! II a
week, which she earns by mental labor.
LEADERS OFRUSSlAtf DOUMA.
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From Left tot Right H. M. Vtnstrer;-Representing the Jews; Professor MouromtscJf,
Peter Dolforsnloff, Recently Exiled; and IL Peterezh.:'-' y, Lttzt Lesier.
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