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, IT HAS DOUBLED IN VALUE SINCE SEPTEMBER .1, 1905. IT WILL SOON DOUBLE AGAIN
I RayeM With
-7:V;';': Me if You Want to Share in These Enormous Profits . ' -'-v .- .V" -o-:-: - W- '
Hetty (frecn, the Richest Woman in the
VJorld, Says ; "The : IVajr to Get Rich
J$1o Invest in necessities."-
(The Bidwell; Cold , Motor; is. one
Twentieth Cenur. -: This -.stock
up. " Now. is the time to buy. It
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profit is yours.;: Dont speculate
sity. Look at this list below.
his fortune by supplying some great necessity: .
peter cooper pillsbury mackatx - edison
Mccormick studebaker marshal! field Stanford
carnegie- fairbanks leiter moore .
v rockefeller vanderbilt armour, v leeds ' ;
- senator clark oould -- - .swift.-, . . v harriman
; veinze -r-. whitney frick -c-l pullman
v belmont- c morgan '.'v: v . ,
.Here is the way manufacturing stocks in necessities jump: .
: . X am oaetrrc X inn. ..- , , . . .
Quaker Oats,' common,. ..'....;
; 1 Amarkan 'Radiator, common
J. Amarkan Smalting. ........
' 'And thia is only a
( few Safer and surer
r than ' life v insurance
. or trust stocks. :: All
thls advance rhas-
beenJmade,hTf ten ,
.. .V'. years and less. '
; THE CARPET I
i Government Inspectors Take a
Quiet Ride on River and Dis?
. cover Display of Ignorance.' '
; OTHERS AGAIN ARE WELL
POSTED ON REGULATIONS
-Ona-Operator-Whn Tft Oil Tank
Open WU1 Loo His License Should
Ha Fail to Heed Warning-Admon
iahed by Officials. - . r t ?
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' . Kaura. ' Kdwarda and Fuller, inipao
or. of -hulls and boUara, had a numb
of launch oparatora on tha earpat. 7
trdy aftarnoon and cava thm to na
darataad that under no elroumatancaa
wlU thay be ail owed to Jurala with the
Urea of people intruated to their care
on tha rlrer. Soma were threatened
with eeere punlahment unleea they dla-
piay oeiier care la u luiure. - -
The Inepeotora took a launch ride up
tha river the other night and It area not
for pleeaure. Runnlnc up and down the
river between tha city - and the Oaka
they discovered a number of launches
opera tin a without lights. Othera, bad
lights displayed, bat la such a manner
aa to be more of a detriment than good.
One feUow had hla combination light of
green, white and red hoisted so high
above the boat that It was apt to mis.
lead paaalng navigators,'' while another
boat was found with the bow light
showing from the stern. .This, display
of gross ignorance was altogether too
much for the Inspectors and they lost
no time In giving the navigators a good
raking over. . - . ." A
-everai aoaiBlalnta-kava. alaobeenJ
filed with tha lnspectore during, the
past few days, and tbeaa cases are now
being Investigated. One launch-owner
Is accused of having left hla oil tank
opea while taking out a big party of
excursionists. Soma of tha men ; were
smoking near' the opea tank, and al
though warned of' the' danger Impu-
remarked thae-he-kaew nw t4
run hla boat and needed no. one to ten
him haw. This fellow was warned yea
terday and next time' he Is brought be
fore the Inspectors wUI ' mean the 're
vocation of his license to carry passen
gers. T--,"- t-
, "W hsve found a number of most
reckless a Ad Ignorant' launch-owners,"
said the Inspectors this morning,' '"but
we have also met many who are' well
posted and thanks to this latter class
we will be able to keep posted on the
Situation. The careful onea are anxious
to have the reckless ones brought to
time because they are a menace on the
fiver and may bring troublo not only
of the greates) necessities' of the
has already taken ,four Jumps
will go higher in a few days. The
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invest . Here you have a neces
Every one of these people made
aold at - Now sell at
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It will aupply the greatest ' necessity now
, known in. the business world. . The demand
is so large that it will make all of us rich. If
yon want to get in with me on this you will
nave to be quick about it J The stock is selling
.like hot cakes.---;' : v
upon themselves but also opon others
entirely in the right." . , ...
WILL BE HERE TONIGHT.'
Orleatal Uaa Aragoala Bring Big
Cargo for Vottlaad Ooaaifae
'The oriental liner Aragonla wlU
reach the harbor about midnight after
a good fast run across tha Jaolno. She
waa expected today, but would ' make
schedule time did she not reach the
rives , untU tomorrow. , Tha bli
waa sighted two mUes off North Head
at daylight thia morning and crossed in
shorUy after o'olooa. She leavea up
this afternoon and will make the run
up the river by the light of the moon.
Official a of tha Portland-Asiatic
Steamship company say that the Ara
gonla brings a bUr cargo despite the
fact that she la following elose In the
only tw daya ago. Included la the
cargo Is about i,000 barrels of cement
for Portland aeaierara big shipment
gralnbags and a lot of general cargo.
Little of the freight la booked for trans
NOT STRIKE BREAKERS.
Kaaakaa Imported fog laa rtmaelaoo
V lasts CKva TTp Tsaijittsc fobs.
"Arrangements were made a few days
ago to employ Kanaka crews on the
Portland-Ban Francisco liners Barra
eouta and Costa Rica, but It aeems that
tha natives of Hawaii . are not bora
strikebreakers ' and so when delegates
from tha striking sailors approached
them they agreed not to go to aea, and
aa a result Portland shippers are atlU
waiting to hear of 'the coming of the
two liners fronr lha Bay City.
The Barracouta and Costa Rica have
been tied up at San Franoleoo sver
sines the commencement of the sailors'
strike and there Is no telling how soon
they will Laa released, now that the
Kanaka crew has refused to go to sea.
The Kanakaa were brought from Hono
lulu on ths steamer Mongolia. .
CEMENT SHIP DELAYED.il
Bark BTaskaka hRxes With Other Teasel
la Btve Blba. ,. " ,'.. ' . 4
Advloes were received,, by tha Mer
chants Exchange this morning to the
affect- that the Frtttsft bart Miiiikoka
waa. in . collision in leaving Hamburg
and that shs . will . have .to be sur
veyed because of damages to, her rig
ging. ' , , ..... ..
, The afuakoka had. just started on her
way to. Portland with a cargo of ce
ment consigned to the J. McCrakea com
pany. Judging from 'the nature of the
dispatch, it' la " not TVelleved that the
damsgea ara.serloua. , , ,
CRUSHED BYyLOGS. v
Baekaaad oa the siaajaer Brah Btaea
. Meets Aooldent ea OowUts Blrer.
O R.' Dodge, a deckhand 'on tha
hteamer Sarah Dixon, was seriously in
jured yesterday afternoon while assist
ing in handling a log boom on the Cow.
ltts river. One of his legs was broken
end hs waa otherwise bruised about ths
body. " ..'.. -
podge waa on tha logs getting them
f t.. . " ., .' x
Xaranto f tha Tranay Oar Syataak.
ZaTantor of ba swuiway Oaa M
bvantea of tfc Bl&wU OoU Kotoe.
Xaranwr of m Wat aiaotria Ooa-
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Che Bidwell Cold Motor48he - grcateatnventioaut - 8inc - I
"I want to give"every man and
millions for the stockholders out
, -The stock will be-sold on
stock, nor any other scheme, trick or wrinkle by which anybody
. i. .very dollar invested will represent one hundred cents of the best stock, tvery share will be
exactlylike- eyery.othershare.The1profit oa: every share will.be the same as the profit on every other
share.' -'"In 'short, there will be nothing but a square deal all around."'''? c? ,f: -:'
I have a life-lone' reputation
holder'gets a square deal on this.
In order to make it possible
decided to sell the stock-for a
so abaMa, S30 100 iuin, aoj loo
1XM aaaaoa, Saooi tfitM aaacaa, saOO.
i SO aaaiaa, aa eaah,- flra aaoaahly pajataaia of $S oaoht 100 aaaoa, 10 aaaa, ala
aiiaaoa, ia oaa. ala moataiy paanuaia or aia.ra oaoat aoo aaaroa fir out, aovoa montuy paymnita of SIB oaoki
so ahar, taiJU oaah, aoroa ateatUy yayaMnta of SlS.rs oaoh! aoo aaaaoa, $UM oaaa. aaroa moatUy paTmoata of
aaaJM aaeai OOO ahaiM, saaJO oaah, aavaa laoathly poyaMBta of oaoki 1.000 aaaxaa, $0A oaaa, aaa KomUUj paj
aiaata of $BS oaoki S,0Oft aaaaovsaso cama, toa aaoathJLy pajnaaata of Saes oaaa. '" "r-' ' : --- , . ,
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" ' We are now prepared "to" fill your orders in our own factory.- We are now manufacturing the
Bidwell Cold Motors. - We are
descent lights on 4 guarantee not
In lino for a tow when ha waa suddenly
thrown lnloTha waterrBeveranogf
collided and the deckhand ' waa caught
between them. His shipmates expected
to sea aim ground to death. ' v
The Injured man was brought to
St Vincent's hospital last night after
hla wounda bad been dressed at Rainier,
Keeper ml. SJootoa. Cap Beports sTnater
X. If. Walters, , keeper of. tha light
house at Scotch Cap, da Unlmak Islands,
In tha Aleutian group, writes to tha of
fice of Commander WerUch that the
Islands were visited by quits heary
earthquakes on May 20 andtl. The
shocks occurred at BUS o'clock In ths
morning and lasted about seconds.
tian Islands, but- these are - tha first
brought to the attention of the light-
department this year. That part
of the world haa a sprinkling of mora or
less actlvs volcanoes aad to their pres
ence Is atuueuted -the occasional rum
bllnga beneath tha crust of tha. earth.
Tha letter from-Keeperv Walters does
not mention any damage due to tha last
DINNER PARTY ON SHIP.
Oafrtala WOlms of ' tha Binds
aalns a Bxunaes of rrlaada.
There Is a "Jolly ' tlms on board of
tha German ship Fmllls this afternoon.
because Captain .' WUlmS, one of . ths
most popular skippers to visit this port.
is entertaining a number of hla friends.
Shortly after noon tha launch Parma
left the foot of Stark street with ths
Invited guests and they will remain on
board the vessel until lata this evening.
. Tha KmUle Is loading lumber at tha
mills of ths North Pacific Lumber com
pany for Copenhagen and Antwerp and
shs wlU be ready to start for her dis
tant destination before long. Those en
joying the hospitality of ,' Captain
Willms are General C F. B be, Captain
T. C. Hagetnann, Oeorge Taylor, SL B.
wnilama and. C. ; Benn, . the latter of
London. ..-, ... . - ... "
ALONG THE WATERFRONT.
Ths steamer- Roaneka-aalled -foa, Baa
Pedro and way ports last night.
Ths British snip procyon snirieq to
Columbia dock No. -I this morning.--
The llrhthouse tender H earner ten
Bltka vesterdar for Juneua on her re
turn from the Alaska stations.; Shs Is
carrying Commander- Werllch on. his
annual tour of Inspection.
"The itesm schooner Toeemita is laaa-
Ing lumber at LJnnton for a return
cargo torRedondo. -She arrived last
night f ' ' ". ' " '.
The steamer cnaxies n. apencer is again
In commission on -the - Portlsnd-Th
Dalles run. Captain T: "1. Turner,
formerly of the Harvest Queen,, la pilot
MARINE NOTES.' '
Astoria. July .Arrived down at
1:10 and sailed at 10:48 a. m., steamer
Roanoke, for Port Loa Angeles and way
porta Sailed at t:t a. m., steamer
Orace Dollar for Saa frsnclsco. Ar-
'".'... I never made an unsuccessful invention. My first invention
was the electric fan just .as it is run air over-the country in hot
weather. I didn't get a patent on it, but see-what a tremendous
success it is t '."..''. '. ' ' ' ' : . .' !
I next invented the Trolley Car System, jusf as it is run today.
rr i maae it penea and successful right from the start It has never
been improved since I invented it. Lxxk at the millions of money it
has made tor the stockholders. , 1 he stock of the trolley jnanu
- facturing companies sold below 15 cents a share in 1893 and 189i
Poor men eould buy that stock
, it, and every one who held onto it is a rich man today. 4 - - v
No Man on Earth Ever Lost n Penny
Ho Invested With Me
- . Next ! invented the Kauway
aystem by which passengers or
; or moving cars anywhere the same as if seated in. an othce.; it is
a more perfect system in operation than any other telephone you
' ever saw.. This is on the road toward millions for the stockholders.
This Is My Greatest Inventioii
Now I have invented something bigger and greater han-either
of the above. It is called the Bidwell Cold Motor, It is guaranteed
not to burn out and is exactly the kind of a motor the steam railroad
people have been looking for. It will change all the steam railroad
systems over, to 'electric roads," because,' it will be cheaper to run
i than steam and can be rim faster and more safely than any present
method. . . . '. , ':. . ',-' -: ':'.::.. -r ' .'.?
.. The one drawback, the railroads: have had in changing over to
. electricity has been that no motor as at present made cari,be run
:180 miles at 60 miles an hour withojit. burning out, - It would melt
the very wire. ' - --',';' :.'V' ' ':.'--V -
By using the Bidwell Cold Motor a train of cars could be run
from New York to San Francisco without a stop at the rate of 60
or 80 miles an hour and not even warm up and without a hitch;
Besides running faster they would be more safe and sure than
steam, cost less to, operate, and would- last longer than any other
woman a chance to come in with
of this new patent. - " ' ..
'the square. - There can be no hocus
for square deal ine. T will personally see to it that every, stock
This stockf is fully paid. and. nonassessable.
for every man and woman to get
short time only at the following
aharca, SMl too ahazoa, uot aso akajraa,
ot oroa a,000 aharca at hla prlo to
PAYMENT PL, AN
taking orders for cold motors and
to burn out for ten "years,
rived at t.lt a. m., German ateamer
Aragonla, from " H6ngkongahvTway
, San Francisco, July . British bark
Muskoka in leaving Hamburg for Port
land had her rigging damaged by a col
lision. - She wlU be surveyed. Arrived
at .10 a m, ateamer Despatch, from
Portland. - .. - . . , ...
Port Harford. July I. Arrived yester
day, steamer whlttler. from Portland.
Astoria, :july I. Bailed at 11:4 p.
ra.,. barkenUna Mary- Wlnkelman. for
San Pedro.- , .
San Francisco, ' July . I. Arrived,
schooner John A- from Astoria. -
Ban Franolsoo, - July 4. Sailed,
schooner Compeer,, for Columbia river.
Astoria, July . Condition of tha bar
at S a. ra smooth; wind northwest;
weather cloudy. . . - . ..
Point Loma, July (.-Passed at noon.
steamer Whlttler, bound north.- -
Schooner &osi With Crew. '
Norfolk, Va.. July . The schooner
Maggie Phelps, en route to the Bahamas
for a cargo of pineapples, is lost with
bar crew of six.
Tha sbwulattoa of
Tha Jonrnal ta
Portland aad la Oragoa axoeeda
aay other Oragoa aewspepex.
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Tha Famous Italian Tenor, Dominico
Kusao, in M It cagni'i Beautiful
Opera, Cavalleria Rustlcana at the
, HeUi( Theatre Next Vfttk, Begin-
nlcg Monday Night ' ' ,
then. -Thousands of them did buy
car lelephone system, lit is a
train crews can telephone from, stilly
- in vented the trolley-car
me on this, for I expect to make
V v. V- :
pocus about preferred or common
can be frozen out. ; " ' J:
in with me on this bie deal I have
prices : -j . . ' v v- '
SlSOi aoo Ohm, $iaO BOO aaacoa $300 1
aay oaa pwaoa.
aumthlr payataata of $&o oaoif ISO
cold generators for arc and incan
ASK NE17 TRIAL
His Brother Intimates That Fa
mous Land Fraud Case May
NotrBe Fought. ;
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MELDRUM'S SENTENCE .
. SURPRISE, HE SAYS
Have Never Been Indicted and Says
Railroads Hay Acquired 'Thou
sands of Acres- Unlawfully in West.
' It Is extremely doubtful whether 8.
A. D. Puter, convicted for complicity
In the Oregon land frauds and held In
tha Multnomah county jail until sen
tence la passed upon him. will ask for
a aew trial whea ths hearing of the
land fraud eases come up next week.
U F. Puter, the prisoner's brother and
attorney, arrived In Portland this morn
ing on his way to his home at Eureka,
California, from Chicago and said that
he had not seen hie brother nor Attor
ney Heney and waa not prepared to say
natntv a u I ri . I won ia ha . .ki n.
ttr not. ,-. ' -
"Wa-havs not. however" added Mr.
Puter, "lost the right to a aew trial, be
cause of tha fact that a motion has
never been made requeatlng another
hearing In my brother's case. T do not
know when the hearing wll occur. In
xacc. x oo not anow wnetner there will
be a hearing. . I am not prepared at
thia time to say anything In regard
to my brother's ease because X have
not had time to take up tha matter
with him or with Mr. Heney."
' Kay Bot right Oaaa..
Mr. Puter inquired for Judge Gilbert.
aad- from-what-ho- said -It -m -supposed
that If a light sentence could be secured
for his brother thst the case would not
be fought further. When told of the
sentence Imposed upon Henry Meldrum
yesterday Mr. Puter espreaeed surprise
thst It was so great. "Three years,"
he repeated to himself. He seemed to
taae Meiarum's sentence as a forecaat
ef-what was In store for his-brother
and remained silent for several min
utes. . He repeated half aloud tha words,
"Three years," several times. '
When he spoke agaln.lt was to aav
that the real land thieves la Utlu west
ern -countryhave" never been indicted.
"When I say the real land thieves I
mean tha rallroada," ha - said. "They
have secured possession cf millions of
acres of the finest land on the coast
and are no more entitled to It than these
men who have been convicted. In fact,
I do not believe that with the excerrtlon
of a few, farmers who have taken up a
claim and lived upon it that any of the
land la the -west has been legally -ee-
Be a Safe' arid Sane In vestpr and Get as
Much of This Stock ps Your Heart's
come in Handsome Dividends.
More money is 'made every day' by good judgment in Investing
money than, by all the labor and wages in the country ..Safe and
shrewd investments in this stock will make fortunes. -'-,
.You will never get rich on wages.', No one ever did. Every
man in this world who ever got big money got it either" by specu
lation or "investment.;. Speculation is unsafe. You stand more
chance to lose than you do to make. Investments are tight the other
way. .' Make a safe investment and it is sure to bring you returns.
. Don't hesitate about this stock. It is absolutely safe and sure.
Here Io a Vital Point to
There never has been"ra failure of consequence in electricai man
ufacturing..:. 'Stop and think of that. All are immensely successful.
All pay .big" dividends and have made their investors wealthy. ' '
"f'l 'This' company wiU'soon ' be dne""of the " biggest In "electrical
manufacturing in the ' wofld;-This is bound to be. so, because there
is not a place now where a motor or generator is used, but it will
have to sooner or later! change .for the Bidwell Cold - Motor or
Generator. Why? .Because. we make something better than any
other kind now. known. ; , V. "- r .
These Are Cold-Facta:-You
Must Act! Quickly 1 ;
f you want some oHhis-stock-
come in now. There is only a small amount to be sold at this price.
" I firmly believe that within five years the stock wiU,b sell
ing at $3 a share. . This is your-opportunity. It is a case of come
quick or not at all. ;'r:;.'v: ''' Vv .:'';.'-;:;"
Bidwell Electric Company
The undersigned is an authorized broker for the sale of our stock
in the West.- Call and see me and let me explain anything you" do
not, understand..-. "..'?'; ' ' ? ' '' ; ''"''.':'"- - : '"'-:"'-' '
Office open Saturday evenings until 9 o'clock. .. .
If you cannot call, write and ask for our free booklet" It gives
full information. " Address all orders, and inquiries, to. !tl,',4.'-" .'i
: - ';: BROKER ; ' --'- .
410 Eitel Duildinrj,
oured. Men have gone Into tha countryJ
hunt a cabin, slanted a tree or two.
planted a few grains of corn or wheat
and possibly havs lived upon It one or
two nights a year, none oi mem nave
ever lived upon their homesteaas toe
length Of time required, but have come
In after living the way I have described
and made affidavits to the effect that
they had acquired a legal title.
Oastoaa Oonunoa, Sa Bays.
- This custom became ao 'common that
It was Indslged in by the best clUsens
reform and Investigation swept over the
country the officials went Into ths land
business and ss a result sweeping in
dictments were returned. It seems to
be tha fashion to bo indicted at present
snd nobody from millionaires to poor
men seem able to escape, it la nsra on
the man who has to suffer, but Is prob-
hly a gnort thins for the government
to have a housecieanmg oi mis aina
ones In awhile." - - .
Mar-Pates will remain in Portland
until Tuesday looking after his brother's
affaire. He returned from Chicago this
morning arter a stay oi iwo oars in ins
Windy City, and will proceed to his
homo la California by ateamer. He said
that ths temperature In the ear yester
day while the train was paaalng through
Celilo was lOi and In order to relieve
the heat tha porter threw water on the
floor. . '- ' - . .
ST. JOHNS SCHOOL BOARD
SAVES A THOUSAND
Then Decides .-That - Former
. Board Did the Best It
v X ... Could. .
The SU Johns school board mat last
night for ths purpose of examining bids
for ths construction of the addition to
the present school building. 'Ths lowest
bid was found to be for tS.tOO, mora
than 11.000 less than the contract oalled
for, which was cancelled after tha
stormy school meeting two weeks ago.
The school board examined all the
contracts-that- hare- been let by former
boards In this district for construction
work sad found that tha uniform ruls
of previous boards had been to let ttse
contract to the lowest oiaaora. - r or this
reason tha school board exonerated Di
rectors Ogden snd Brill from all blame
berauss of the letting of the 1M0O con
tract that was later cancelled.
It wan shown that "the .AO- contract
was also let to the man who mii the
lowest among several bids, soi of
which were for several hundred a..ars
more than the successful bid; hence the
board holda the two directors blameleas
in the matter. - - -
mob of wo:.:em raid
'FRISCO RELIEF SUPrLO
San Frano .. if A i t - r '
women refu .
aeas of dH '
at the present low rice yon must - -
Second Avenue and
: WEEK BEGINNING
MONDAY, JULY 0
" Song and Dance
And Her Trained Dogs
Serpentine Dancer and
. In Specialty
Daily Matinees from 2 to 5
.'A o'clock ' ;. '
2 to 5 o'CIcck
Prosrara Chinfed Daily.
-Entrsneei at 21 "Nona TL!. 2
street, 21, 23 and 2S North C:
ond street, and 243, 23 and Z.7
ing descended r
where the relt.f ;
seised a -r
- -r t "