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AUGUST -13,' AZZZ.
Hade to Cr&ar
The Ht: 'st
CriU i Vort
Iv J- tai a
FlLHD AT SALE
Va tBfiattem ef
for Art - ;
rktura . : -in
j by' L; -ft
. i Ftamere . .
aodaettoBa la aaase only at
I'm-Wolfed Talues are
e-acly aa stated msrcaaa
' a-M euotly wmaa we aay t la
. t ij
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Government Extends CpeciaJ
' j Law on Philippine Chlppinj .
v Another Three Year, v
Cood larc&anCM Only QoaZty Cone14ar C.
r.lcaa Are AJwaya tiM Loweat
WILL RSAP CSNSFIT
Scarcity ' of " American Bottoma
Promptt Enactment of Special Law
Counteracting Certain Proviaiona of
Lair Governing Shipping. ' ; ,
- Collector of Customs Patterson was
Informed this morning- by circular
Utter from the department of commerce
and labor that for three more yeara
foreign bottoma will bo permitted to
carry freight and - passengers between
f orte In the United Btatee and the Pbtl
pplne lalanda. . Thla permission : has
been granted by a apoolal law almilar
to that which expired on the Brat -of
July laat, and which counteracted the
regular eoaatwlao . law - under which
ahtpplng between the etatee and the
laland possessions waa placed when the
lalanda becama a part, under tha atara
and, stripes, . -
The special law baa already gone Into
affect and will continue in force until
July 11, 10, It will mean great deal
to Portland ahlppera, lumber and (ram
exportare especially,- bacauao' with only
American bottoma permitted to handle,
the trade :es provided by tha coaetwiae
law, they are practically barred from
competing . for. laland - buaineaa , owing
to tha tack' of available American bot
toma. ' Several contracta for auppllea
of feed and lumber hare bean loot by
Portland Arms recently1' because - tha
government inalatcd ' upon the mate
rial being carried 01: American bottoma.
Thla threw the buaineaa to the Puget
aound blddara becauaa one of toe lines
plying oiif of Seattle touchea at the
laland porta. ... "
The expiration of the old special law
would have been a aerloua blow to
Portland exporters of lumber, because
they would have been compelled to en
gage American earriera only and these
ere exceptionally, ecarce at tha preaent
time, owing to the heavy demand In
the coast wlee trade. The fact of the
matter. la that without the reenactment
of the special law lumber ahlpmenta to
the lalanda would have been kept-down
to a email percentage. -
The new law - provldee that oa and
after July 11, l0, no merchandise ex
cept euppllae for the army- and navy
hall be transported by sea, tinder pen
alty of forfeiture thereof, between porta
of the United Stattea and porta or placea
In the Philippine archipelago,, directly or
via foreign porte, or for any part of the
voyage, in any other vessel than a ves
sel of the United Btatee. - Tha carrying
of passengers la also prohibited by for
eign ' veeeels oa and - after - the ' above
mentioned date. - .".-.'.'.,,).:: ,f
STEERED FOR A WHALE.'.
Orteatal Uaee sTnxeantU rlngg Strange
, "weis rroaa the Seat ., "
When in.mldoeean between the coast
of Japan and the 'mouth of -the Colum
bia river tha lookout on tha Oriental
liner Numantla elghted what he thought
waa a vessel floating bottom up. Hun-
. dreds ef sea bird a were swarming about
the air over the object., and thla 'led
. to the belief that possibly aome awful
disaster had : occurred, and - the big
e liner's ..course waar banged,, so as to
bring bar close to the aoene. ,. When
.'within, half a mile It waa discovered
through the powerful glaasee that what
' appeared to be the hull. of .a vessel was
only tha ' carcass of a whale that had
- turned over on his back and breathed
bis last. The sea birds were having a
feast, and their piercing ecreaina of
delight could be plainly heard, on the
. Numantla. . v
The Numantla arrived In the harbor
. at 10 o'clock laat night. She com
menced discharging freight . at Mont
gomery dock No. S this morning, and
. will continue for several days, - because
, eome 1.000 tone of freight are stowed
away beneath the hatches. The liner
will probably shift to Alaska dock thla
afternoon, after having discharged tha
' email quantity of freight booked for the
, east Among the cargo for Portland la
11,000 barrels oement, 1,000 bales of
gunnies, 160 tons paper filling, 100 tone
sulphur. 4,000 chests of tea, a large
Quantity of matting and general mer
chandise and Oriental curios.
The run - from Tokohama waa une
ventful, except for the alghtlng of the i
dead whale end two steamers, v the
- Identity -of - which could - not be- made
out. Occasional toga ware encountered
upon approaching thla aide' of the big
tea, but they did not delay, the steamer,
" tor she completed the run in the usual
time of IT days. Arfog bung over the
entrance to the Columbia river when
ehe arrived at the lightship Tuesday
afternoon, so the pilot decided to re
main outside over night, .
Colonel," the big . St. Bernard dog,
sent over a' few months ago by James
Froesner to Japan, returned on the Nu
mantla. ' He looked tired and atck after
hla experience In the orient, and Cap
tain Feldtmann saya the big fellow waa
unable to' stand the climate over there.
. It Was too hot for him, and he appeared
to auffer greatly" from homesickness.
He grew , thla and refused to eat for
.several days. No one seemed, to under
stand what waa the matter With him
until someone finally . suggested that
: -"Colonel", waa dying from a broken
heart, and It waa decided to send him
home at once upon the arrival, of the
Speaking of conditions In the orient.
', the officers aay that while tha Japanese
: are making strenuous offorte to eap
' ture a good ' deal of the Increasing
coastwise traffic, the Europeans are
, etlll holding the lead, and will continue
to do so. All of the more Important
Japanese vessele are manned by Euro
pean officers,.-they say, and It will
be many yeara - before the Japanese
: and Chinese will be given entire com
mend of large liners. .
TWO STEAMERS CHARTERED!
- i .. . - .
' tarnwaeala Vena and Tar Beaolute
la Worth Beak Boa S ivies. ' .
' Tha Portland Seattle Railroad com
pany yesterday afternoon chartered the
eteamer Norma from Captain Jacob
Kamm to carry auppllea for the eon
etructlon camps onathe north bank of
the Columbia between Alnaworth and
. Calllo. The Norma has already been
placed In commission but the-papers for
the lease were signed yoaieraay. ine
charter hae a year's Ufa.
Marcus Talbot, president and general
manager of the D. P. sV A. N. Co. and
C. H. N. Co yesterday stated that the
Norma , would operate In conjunction
with the eteamer J. M. Hennaford.
Petef- Bros, at Weloh. contractors,
bartered the tug Resolute yeeterday
There is a wide difference in Friday sales at
different stores. Most stores buy cheap, poor,
ly-made, sweat-shop goods especially for Fri
day bargain sales,, Cheap stores never have
' any. other, ' . ;,; .'
: Aside from the tremendous savings, the best
, thing about Lipman-Wolfe. Friday Sales is thai '
every bargain comes from our jregular stock J.
. has the same goodness and high quality that
has made Lipman, Wolfe ft Co. a hallmark Of
quality in the minds of Portland shoppers.; V
A bargain in this store is really a bargain- -because
it is a good bargain. . .
B", SCcFdl Dress Gcc 3Sc J
1800 yards of Check and Plaid Novelty Suit- y.
ings, in the new fall colors, a , 50e .
60c New Fall Dress Goods, including silk
overplaids, Scotch Tartan plaids, xhecks, mix
, tures, ombre plaids and tailor suitings, g,
50-inch and 66-inch gray shadow checks and ;
plaid Pananftis,: with just a touch of color to
) give them individuality. A $1.75 a'yardQO--.'
.. . v-- r '.' . ' .. ; . ',.,'.
I $1.75 Bed Sprccds S1.35
. While they last Friday we will sell a special
lot of 220 Honeycomb Bedspreads, size 90x76 . -inches,
in a variety of handsome designs and '
regular $T.75 values for -l , ( i
$i.75LcmG!3vc3su7Pdr A VJouflzviii TiizfiKii .Uctevet? .52
Best grade Suede Lisle
Length Q 1 o v e a, in
white only, all sizes,
the kind you generally
'pay $1.75 - for. Our '
Seat ' Friday' Bargain
ay CI 27
Price . . . . . . . .P1 aJ I
$1 Lonn Glove
An extra special offering of the popular. Net
Top Clove Extenders, best 'quality, all silk,
black' and white only. The regular price is l
a pair and they'll outwear several - pairs of
gloves. Very special value for lt ; . , t?-,
Friday at., . , : .... . , ... , . . .; : . . ..OC
Wometfs 25c 'Kerchiefs 17c
1000 dozen extra
good all pure linen
ed Women's Hand
kerchiefs, in a great 1
array of pretty de
signs and. patterns.
Regularly ' . selling
for '25c each: for
this special occasion, 3 for 50 or 17 each
A reduction sale of Muslin1 Underwear at, Lipman-Wolfe's al
ways excites the. widest interest, for besides the attraction of low ,
prices; you are always sure of Lipman-Wolf e; quality! Every "
reduction, advertised is exactly true something that does, not .
happen always at other stores. ' Every garment is new; dainty,
carefully made, tastefully trimmed and is sold at a" price matched
. nowhere on goods of equal quality, workmanship and beauty. If ' :
:-. you want to save money on the muslin garments that you always
need, now is the time and the place is the Lipman-Wolfe store.
QfjFor Women'g $1.2S Gown Chemise, high neck style, cambric or "
Ouv naineook, iinished with hemstitched ruffles, lace edge, , ribbon
S beading, -short or. long: sleevej. . :,:'; !.rirs '.-
0t 0 Pr Nainsook and Cambric Gowns; values to $175; slip
' plel over and open front styles, finished with fine embroidery,, laca ;
edges and insertion, ribbon beading, short sleeves. ,
' (i iS For Skirts of fine nainsook, with fine embroidery insertion, .
epIeO lace beading and ribbon trimmings; values, to $2.25 for $1.45.
" tl Ift For Walking Skirts, made of cambric; values to $2.00;'very
: P lei 7. deep flounce, three cluny lace insertions and lace ruttle.
iff For Cambric Skirts; values to $2.25; with
4)IeO deep lawn flounce,' three fine laca insert
ing, Jace trimmed ruffle and dust ruffle; another
style with ' deep lwn flounce, cluster tucks, trim
med with 5-inch embroidery. ' " ,.
OgeFor Drawers, made of cambric and nainsook;
Outvalues to $125; with yoke or French band fin
ish, dainty lace and embroidery insertion trimmings.
Of"-For these $1.25 Corset Covers, made of fine
OOL nainsook, daintily trimmed with valenciennes
.and cluny laces, insertions and embroidery,
in -For Children's 75c Short Kimonos, made of
fine lawn, featherstitched with pale blue mer
cerized thread. - v:
Great Calico Sde, Sc Yd.
As an extraordinary Friday special bargain,
100 pieces of good quality y4 Calico; all new
and desirable figures and colors, blues, pinks,
' greens, tans, white grounds, etc. A great value
v mi Hew Drcpery 7ic Yd.
1000 yards 4 Furniture Drapery, all new col
' ors, elegant patterns for quilt coverings, pil
lows and general drapery uses. Very special
). value. . - r.-T fr- .,,".''.-'.('-' i'J.'. '
Nlkko S1K Crepe, 121c Yd.
Nikko Silk Crepe, the new kimono material,;
always selling from 15c to 20c a yard. 36 . -inches
wide, in a large variety of Japanese and
floral patterns Upholstery Department. . -
An enormous assortment of comics at this
price; also largest "showing in' Portland of
Leather Cards, Portland Views, etc ' i ' -'
t to m mmi
d Tremendous Gearance Sale ol Women's Doslery
Here is the Hosiery event of the year an
unloading sale of the prime product of
world-famous manufacturers of the high
est standard hosiery made Hermadorf
dye. There is an .immense variety of ,
plain and fancy weaves in silk, lisle
thread and cotton. "Black, tan, cham
pagne, biscuit, sage, Alice blue, gray,
navy, brown, ' Dresden, green, bronze,
fancy stripes, plaids, lace boots, lace all- l
overs, dropstitch, polka dots, embroidered figures, solid colors, etc., in greatest variety.
The more you know about hosiery the more you will appreciate this trc-
H-mendouSr epociwnalring hosiery bargain- 5c. 75c. 88c $1 and $1.38 Hos-
iery tor... ...... ........... v...;..... ....... dC
"Extra salespeople to wait on you. No phone orders filled. None sent on memorandum.
Early comers get the best selection. i
QZrtor Cambric Walking Skirts; values to $1.25;
OOt made with deep ruffles, with tucks and lace '.
insertion; others with tucked ruffle and embroidery ,
trimming. .. - - . '. '
Gi For Long Negligee -Kimonos; values to '
91Uy $2.50; made of fancy, figured lawns, trim- .
med with ruffle and lace. i , . -
PP.For these 75c Short Kimonos, made of fancy,
OuC stripe dimity, yoke back and front; others '
made of white lawn, - with ' fancy Persian ' band ;
trimming. - ' -'.. . . -
QOFor Short Kimonos, made of daintily figured
"Otand Persian designs, with plain color bands;
values to $175 for 98c. '; ; ;;.
, 65c and 50c Vellinns fee ? B
rYour choice from our entire stock of Veilings '
selling at 65c and 50c a yard, comprising every
popular new design and novelty of the season.
for 30e a yard.
'- t ; f
$150 White Lawn Waists
Household Weeds, Cut Prices
25c Rush Shopping Baskets. .. ... . ....... ,5e
Smith's Metal Polish, double the ordinary size
cans, will not scratch... ;.. ...50e and 25
Liquid Silver Polish... 25 and 15e
Silver Polish, powder. .................. .8e
Double size Paraffine Wax............. 12e
Tar Rubbers for canning, box. . . . . . . . . . ,5eJ '
Paper Napkins, fancy floral designs, 100.28ft
, Paper Plates, dozen...... ........ 5e and 4f
Shelf Paper, two pkgs. for..... ..5e
Three Great 27c Ribbon Specials for Friday Shoppers
broidered with Japanese
trimmed with baby Irish lace.
the one low price of......
Exauisitely sweet and dainty
Waists, with greater fine
ness, fullness and delicacy of
finish than you aver found at
thia price. . .. .;. -l- .
' These are White "
Lawn Waiets, in
the most ; charm
ing effects of tha
year. All are beau
tifully , embroid
ered; some have
and clusters of
. pintucking, . soma
. . ' have panels of em
.. broidery alternat
' ing with inser
tions of Val. laee;
a beautiful model;
is exauisitely em
cotton and ' -
15c FailleHnc Ribbon 27c Yard 45c Polka Dot Tatfeta 17c Yd ISc Satla Taffeta Eil&ca 17c U
This season's most up-to-date, . Our 45c quality full 4-inch . Extra good quality 4-inch all-soft-finish,
high-luster, 6-inch Fail- polka ' dot Taffeta Ribbon, in ilklaatinTaffeU- Ribbon, in black,
letine-Ribbon, in several shadings ertfyimignmbU combination; whitecream and 'all the leading
of the most seasonable colorings; ' " . . ' . . , ,
also black and white; a good 45c nothing prettier for the neck, shade. Should never sell for less
value. . . , , ' . na,r or trimming uses. -: than 45c a yard; very special value.
$1.25 Ddr Drcshes 5Cc
'','A special sale of fine Imported Hair Brushes,
with hand-drawn bristles ; better made than
the average and always sold at $1 and $L5.
, Backs of imported hardwoods. -
to work for the north fcank road between
thla elty end Tha Dallea. The tu le
being put In fine ahaps for the heavy
work and will start out in a few days.
The Beeolute hae been dolna a great
dear of log' towing en the-lower river
'of late and her place will be-4aken by
the eteamer Queen, . ; ' . J
PORTLAND HOLDS HER OWN.
Sfalatalaa Joeltlon aa Important Wheat
Shipping Fort ts the Staaee. -
Portland still holds second -place In
the list of wheat shipping porta in tha
United Slates. New York' maintaining
the lead. Thla waa -brought out thla
morning In the monthly report of the
department of commerce and- labor,
which ahowa the exports and Imports of
the states In bold black flgurea, care
fully compiled. . During the past aeven
montha Portland exported 1.074.7
bushels.. The Puget sound eltiee, Beattle,
Taootna .and Everett, exported during
that time 4.26M81 bushels.
The ahlpmenta of wheat during Ju(y
from all. porta In the etatee amounted
to S.f 41.741 bushels, of which III. 4
bushels were ahlpped from Portland.
Baltimore ahlpped 471.000 bushels. New
Tork !l,lll bushels and Tacomi,
Seattle and Everett, combined, iz.vvu
Tlour shipments from all porta during
the month amounted to tI4.70t Darrein,
of which 1I.46S barrels were ahlpped
from Portland. . . '. '
FAVOR OPEN RIVERS.
Assistant , ngtneev Ogden Xnterrlewe
Many Oomatevolal Ora-aalaattoaa. '
D. B. Ogden, assistant United States
engineer, returned thla morning from
Spokane, Walla Walla and Kennewick,
where he went to confer with ' the
various commercial bodlea concerning
tha collection of data showing the bene
fit to be derived by the Improvement of
the Columbia and Snake rlvere above
CelllOv ; Mr. Ogden . asked the com
mercial bodfca tq eubmlt the data to
Colonel S. W. Roessler, United States
engineer, who le now preparing a re-
; ' ; THE POLICY-HOLDERS' COMPANY : '
Cleori, Economical, Well Managed ;
A Most Desirable Company to Insure in
Home Office, Commonwealth Bldg Sixth and Ankeny Sts
Portland, Oregon . "
A. L. MILLS, President
L. SAMUEL, Gen. Mgr. CLARENCE S. SAMUEL. Asst. Mgr.
port en the upper rlvere to be forwarded,
to the war department soon. - A- '
The oommerolal lntereate of Spokane
are very much Interested in tha Im
provement of the upper rivers,' aald
Mr. Ogden, ' "and they are financing an
electric line Into the Columbia and
Snake river wheat balta. Thla line will
give them an opportunity to gain trade
with the upper Snake river people.
Walla Walla lntereate are extending an
electric line to the Columbia, so they
are expecting to be dlreotly benefited
by the Improvement of the river."
ALONG THE WATERFRONT.
Tha eteamer Roanoke aalle for San
Pedro and way pointa tonight and the
steamer T. A. Kilburn departs for San
Francisco and way porta.
The British eteamer Comerle dropped
In the stream yesterday off the mills
ef the North Paclno Lumber oompany
to finish her cargo of lumber tor Aus
tralia. ' The contract between the Port of
Portland and the government englneere
for the use of the dredge Columbia will
be algned today and forwarded to the
chief of the department for approval.
The dredge Columbia will be ready to
commence work on the lower river on
The Oregon Electric Railway company
wae granted- permission by the war de
partment thla morning to construct Ita
propoaed bridge ecroaa the Willamette
at Wllsonvllle. The bridge la to be 7t
feet above low water.
rharles . Juatem fourth ' assistant
keeper at thf Tillamook light station.
waa taken suddenly ill ana eonveyea 10
a hospital at Astoria.
The steamer Costa Rica esiled tor
San Francisco last night with a full
oargo of freight .
The atenm schooner Aurella went
down to Llnnton this morning to load
lumber for Ban Francisco. Bhe wae et
Oak etreet, . . dock , yeaterday awaiting
Captain Berger ef the Norwegian
eteamer Thyra was surprised yeaterday
afternoon when he ran aeroae an old
school mate. Herald La nee. who le now
living et Casadero. Captain Berger
never dreamed that be woald meet any
of his close friends from Norway out
here and he saya be looked several
times before making sure that the man
walking ahead of hint "on Third street
waa hla old college chum. Captain
Berger has .been en the Chlneae ooaat
for aome II years.
Now that the longshoremen's strike at
San Francisco has been settled and with
many of the eteam schooners ' signing
their old union crews, it Is believed that
regular traffic will soon be resumed be
tween thle port and San Francisco. .
Astoria, Aug. 11. Arrived down at 1
a. m. and nailed at l:4( a. m., steamer
Coata Rica, for Saa Francisco. Arrived
down It I L ra., achoonar Mabel Oala.
Sailed at a. m., 'steamer Heather.
Balled at 10:40 a. m., British ahlp Bar
dowle, for Port Plrle.
San Franclaoo, Aug. lS.Arrived last
night, steamer Meteor, - from Columbia
river. - - .
Astoria, Aug. II. Condition of the
bar at I a. m.f smooth; wind, -northwest;
WILL ERECT MACHINE
SHOP ON FRONT STREET
' : A two-story frame machine ehop le to
be erected by the Willamette Iron
Steel, worke on Front etreet at the
corner of Hull, on the extreme northern
part et.the river front, acoordtng to tha
permit Just Issued. The eoet will be
Permits have also been Issued as fol
lows: H. Varwlg. one-story dwelling.
Halaey between East First and East
Second, eost 11,100; H. U Hughee, one
story dwelling, Bellwood between Union
and East Seventh, cost 1100; W. W.
Ay era, one-story dwelling. Eaet Morri
son between East Thirty-fifth and East
Thirty-sixth, oost 11.100; J. O. Hannum,
repairs, Williams avenue between
Weldler and Broadway, coat l; J. H.
Palmer, one-story dwelling. Bell wood
between Williams and Rodney avenuee.
ooat 11.100; A. R. Flnley,. one-etory
dwelling, Eaet Seventh between Albert
and Mildred, eoet 1100? jr. C Little, two
story dwelling. Church between Baee
Line road and Edison avenue, eost
11.100; J. C Little, barn, same, eost
1100; W. F. Conover, two-story dwell
ing, Claokamas between East Twenty
fifth and Eaat Twenty-sixth, cost
11,100; M. Appleatone, repairs, Grant be
tween Front and Hood, eoet 11(0; J. D.
Treehom, foundation. East Salmon be
tween East - Twenty-sixth and Eaat
Twenty-seventh, eoet 1100. Mrs. 8. N.
Parriah, twe-etory dwelling, - Eaat
Eleventh .between Oak and Chestnut,
eoet 11,100; H. C Broaden, repairs, Wash
ington between Second and Third, coat
11.100. - . .-
BY NEBRASKA DEMOCRATS
' (Vseraal Special brrln.)
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. II. Fusion - be
tween the Democrats and Populists of
Nebraaka wae threatened by the action
of the Democratic state convention,
which at aa early hour thle morning
nominated A. C. Shallenberger for gov
ernor, Inatead of George W. Berg, whom
the Populists had confidently counted
upon s the choice Of both convention
The Democ ratio ticket la aa follows:
United States senator, W. H. Thorn peon.
Grand laland; governor, Aahton C Bhal
lenbergtr. Alma; lieutenant-governor,
William H. Greene. Crelghton; secre
tary of atate, Carl R. Coucher. Wahoo;
treaeurer, Frank C. Babcock, .Hastings.
The Populists voted to fuse with the
Democrats. Both platforms laud W. J.
Bryan and Indorae him for the preat
aaaer. ' . ' ' . ' ,
WEALTHY BACHELOR '
MAKES USE OF RICHES
(Siwetal Vtaseteb ts The Sewreett
Pendleton, Or.. Aug. 10. William M.
Brown. 'Who donated 110,000 In cash o
the Pendleton academy to be used In the
ereotlon of a boys' dormitory and man
ual training department, la a pioneer
reeldent ef Paulina, Crook county, where
ba la engaged extensively In farming
and horse raising. He le a bachelor and
about to years of age, and le muoh In
terested In educational work and eharitv.
Thla aeason he sold aver 140.000 worth
Of 'Wool and horaee and, feeling th it
soma good uae should be made of his
great wealth, he generously decided io
make Pendleton tha beneficiary of ble
charity. It la believed that thla gift
opens the way to a elty park and a
Carnegie library - , x
TO BUILD PAVILION :
,v FOR PENDLETON FAin
(8peehl Ptopateh te Tea eearaaLl
Pendleton. Or., Aug. 10. At a meet
ing of the dlatrlot fair commission for
Morrow and Umatilla counties held la
thla elty. bide were reoetved for the eon
structlon of a pavilion 100x171 feet, la
which te hold the fair., Ae soon aa the
contract for the pavilion le let the eom
mlaalon will commence upon the work
of raising by popular subscription the
14,000. which will be needed for meeting
the expenses of the fair. -
PAVING COMPANY IN'
. (Ssecial rtepateh te The 'eareel.t
Pendleton, Or.. Aug. II. The Werr
Conatructlon company. . which baa t e
contract for the paving of Main and
Court streets In Pendleton, le avl-t
trouble In getting men te do the w
which le now under way. A email r
la now at work, on the sewer, and t
trench hae been dug only fre
Water-Mala etreet corner te t S
All laborers who apply for aeU.u.4
put te work at ones.
BeaeaalaattoB f V f -J
IJaarael SperUI 1 -
Springfield, III.. Aug. Il
lative Zeno I. Rives w t
today-at the Republic e
convention ef the tw r-t
There wae no oppoet
eratlo convention sleo la M I
Indications point te S i 4'.
Chatham ae tie ecz--
f : t .