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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, 8ATURDAY BVENINO, OCTOBER 18, t0.
WAS NEARLY LOST
ON WAY OOT
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The One Thing That
Withstood the San Francisco Fire
French Bark La Tour d'Auvergne
Report Narrow Escape Off
REACH PORT EN MASSE
Bark Europe Arrives Usual Closely
Followed by a Quintette of Sailing
Vessel La Perueee Among trie
The French bark La Tour d' Auvergne
arrived up this morning and dropped
anchor In the lower harbor, thereby
completing one of the roughest voyages
ever recorded from Europe to this pert
of the world. For weeks the big wind
Jammer was at the mercy of the seas,
and yards of canvas were torn from her
ticks until It was finally feared that
she would have to drift about under
bare poles liueklly, conditions became
more favorable after the veeeel rounded
Che Horn, and aba menaced to make her
destination without asslstanoe.
Many tlmee the seas reared up so
terrifically that those on board the
Frenchman thought she would crush
under their ponderous weight, but she
managed to shake them off and emerged
without being strained or damaged
The cargo consists of about 18,000 bar-
role of cement and a lot of general mer
chandise brought out from Antwerp.
The cement Is owned by Meyer, Wilson
and company, to which firm the tner
c handles is Uso consigned. ,
The berk will probably remain in the
Stream until Monday, when she will be
ehlfted to Columbia .dock No. 1, where
the cargo will be discharged.
Next week the harbor will be crowded
with French cargo vessels, half a dosen
having arrived .n the Columbia during
the past few days. Among the veasels
now at Astoria ready to proceed up the
river are the barks Europe snd Le Pe
ru SSe, both i of which nave Just arrived
there. The Europe crossed in last night
and the Le Perueee crossed In shortly
before noon today after having played
abou" the mouth of the river for a cou
ple of days Both bring cement snd
miscellaneous freight from Europe. An
other French bark crossed in about noon,
but her name had not been learned late
this afternoon. She is now being
brought to the anchorage In the bay by
tbe bar tug.
A peculiar coincidence In connection
with t!.u arrival of the bark Europe Is
the fact that when aha put la an appear
ance off the river she wes closely fol
lowed by five other windjammers. This
has har-nened. every time the Eurone haa
arrived here and she has been here half
a dosen tlmee. Last year about this
time she dropped Into the river with
five sailing vessels eloee in her wake
and so yesterday when It was reported
that a big-fleet wes outslds, the water
front fraternity naturally put one of
the unidentified vessels dews for the
Europe. The prediction proved true, for
late In the sfternoon the big windjam
mer was brought into tbe bay.
TO LOAD WHEAT HERB
The Northwestern Warehouse com
pany today chartered the French bark
Bayard to load wheat at this port for
Europe. She Is now on the way to the
Columbia river with a cargo of coal
Sad general merchandise from Swan
sea, having left that port June It.
The Bayard should arrive .here during
the latter part ef this month so as to
be In time for November loading. Other
vessels due to arrive here soon are the
British ship Oweenee and the French
bark Empereur Menelik, both from Ant
werp. It wae reported this morning that the
BHtlah ship Wanertree left Taleahuano
for thle port October S In ballast.
HAS DREAMS OF COLD
S wet Bleh Quick.
B. B. Debackee, a Frenchman, came
to Portland yesterdsy to go to the
Klondike to dig gold with both hands.
He had heard of the wonderful strikes
being made In the cold north while run
ning on the Atlantic liner Champagne
and finally made up hie mind to quit
nailing and go Into the Void-digging
What a bonanza, he thought, to shovel
Holds 4 quarts ef
' beater umalsd. If
horMhTBry.dfarlaw mots, per lor or bed
la tan warranted. WrrbVea. a at
agency If not st your dealer's.
It Studs for tin Finest
Cocoa In the World
Made by a scientific blending
of the best Cocoa beana grown
in the tropica the result of
1 26 yean of successful en
deavor. A PERFECT FOOD
0 Hlghast Awards in
HI Europe and America.
A now and handsomely Illus
trated Recipe Book aent free.
WALTER BAKER &C0. Ltd.
,i he . yellow metal out of a hole wher
the ground costs nothing end where
everybody le his own boss. No more
eea life for him. A millionaire he would
be even if It did take him from horns
and friends for a few years
Debackee arrived here Thursday night
on the French bark Jacobean, which
arrived from Dunkirk. France, after a
tedious and sensational voyage of lit
days. He had signed on la the capacity
of some sort of a petty officer, and so
the trip, while long, was not very ex
pensive except for the lose of time.
"I go to se Klondike." ssld Mr. De
backee. who, by the way. speaks. English
only in small chunks, "and dig se gold."
From his gestures It was evident that
ho Intended to scoop it up In sacks and
then return to civilisation to lead a life
of luxury, ease and happiness.
Mr Debackee is as polite aa the aver
age Parisian and soon gained the friend
ship of the number of waterfront men
who had occasion to visit the ehlp. He
will probably decide to remain In Port
land in st sad, however, upon leerning
that the Klondike rush is a thing of the
peat and that good wages can be earned
right hers at home.
WITH VALUABLE CARGO
The Portland-Asiatic liner Aragonta.
Captain Ernst, wtll sell tomorrow et 1
o'clock from the flour mills with one
of the largest and moat valuable cargoes
ever set afloat on one of the regular
liners between thle port end the orient.
The Arsgonls will carry 64.226 bsr
rels of Hour, velued at tlls.tOO. Thle
In addition to the other cargo will bring
the total value of the freight to $127.
000, or a little more than a quarter of a
million dollars. Meat of tha flour la
consigned to Newchwang and Teln Tain,
the former place being down for 10.000
barrels and the latter for 11,100 barrels.
The other flour shipments ere about
evenly divided between ports In Japan
The mlscellsneous cargo of the liner
consists of 44,tt feet of lumber, news
paper and a lot of canned goods, the
total value of which, according to the
mantfestaflled st the custom houee this
sfternoon, is $10,120.
Tha next liner to strive Is the Nlco
medta. She le due here about the first
of the week. The Nl corned Is Is bringing
S lot ef gunnies.
WILL INVESTIGATE FIRST
Colonel mocssisr Bars Berber WtU Be
FeiSUVSd for QsanaSSI .
Colonel 8. W. Roeeoler, United States
engineer, stated this morning that no
action has yet been taken In reference
to the request for the extension of the
harbor lines between the Buruside and
steel bridges, but It wtll be given imme
diate attention when laid before him.
"I do not think anyone can construe
If you, only knew haw teach comfort
as be derived from a PERFECTION
Oil Heater how simple and economical
U anotW da' 7" womU " withowt
Yo can quickly make warm and cosy
"T osM reoss ac hallway matter in
what part T tha houee. You ces heet
watsr, aad so many other things with Use
' easily i
I row a
JTJBT' THE PT.ACB FOR WILLI,
BONDS, STOCK CERTIFICATES. IN
SURANCE POLICIES, DEEDS, FAM
ILY PAPERS, HEIRLOOMS, JEWELS
ana. BuHnn h.r.lnfnr. tlk.n hv the Snsi
.Mr. in this mart.r mm Indicative of
the request being granted, but we will
give the matter our thorough attention
before reaching a decision.
ALONG THE WATERFRONT
The French berk Oenevleve Mollnos
has shifted to Devidge'e dock, where shs
will discharge the cargo left In her
while taking stiffening
The steamer Hssel Dollar la expected
to ehlft to Montgomery dock No. 1 thle
afternoon to load wheat.
Tbe British steamer Strsthflllan la
due here next week to load wheat for
Europe. She left Man Francisco for
Portland last night In company with
the oil carrier Asuncion and tha steam
The American ship McLaurln arrived.
at Astoria yesterdsy from San Pedro to
load lumber for California porta.
The Oenman ehlp Nerelde haa shifted
to the elevator to load wheet for Eu
rope. The British ship Allerton le etlU
et anchor In the stream.
Astoria, Oct It. Arrived down at t
a. m . steamer Whlttler. Arrived down
et t:IO a. m.. steamer F. A Kllburn.
Sailed at 7: JO a. m.. steamer Johan
Poulsen, for Sen Francisco. Sailed et
7:50 a. to., schooner Irene, for Redondo.
Balled at 7:S5 a. m , British stesmer
Visigoth, for Tien Tsln. Sailed at I 10
a m., barkentlne Oeorglna, tor San
Pedro, and steamer Noras City, for San
Pedro, via San Francisco Balled at
8:16 a. ra.. steamer Altec, for San Fran
cisco. Arrived et :45 a. m.. French
bark Europe, from Liverpool. Sailed et
10:16 a m.. schooner Nokomls, for San
Francisco. Arrived at 9:16 a. m , a
three-masted French berk. Arrived et
11:19 e. m . ehlp MeLsurin, from San
Pedro. Sailed at 11:10 a. m , steamer
F. A. Kllburn, for San Francisco and
way ports, and at 11:46 a. m.. French
bark La Perueee, from. Swansea.
San Francisco, Oct It. Arrived,
steamer Barracouta, from Portland.
Sailed last night. British steamer
Strsthflllan and steamers Asuncion and
Northland, for Portland.
Astoria. Oct It. Arrived et i: to
p. m., schooner Henry Wilson, from
Ban Francisco. Arrived at 1:10 p m..
eteemsr Elmore, from Tillamook. Ar
rived at 1:26 p m.. schooner W. H.
Smith, from San Pedro. Arrived at 4:40
p. m . schooner Annie Lersen. from Sen
Francisco. Arrived down at 6 to p m
steamer Nome City.
Astoria, Oct. It. Condition of the bar
st I s. m , moderate; wind, southeast;
Astoria. Oct. It Arrived et 11:11
a ra., American bark Paramlta,
, San Francisco, Oct. It. Arrived,
steamer Costa Rica, from Portland.
JAPANESE ARMY TO BE
(JsaiasJ Special Surrtc
Tokle. Oct. II. It le eseerted In well
informed circle that tbe military and
other authorities concerned have de
elded to Increase the army to a total
Of tO divisions exclusive of the Imparls!
guard. It la planned to effect the In
oreaee without adding to the total ex
penditure of various expedients In the
line of greater economy.
The srmy ss at present constituted
contains, besides the Imperial guard and
gendarmes. It divisions, each contain
ing 10.746 men and officers. The addi
tion of eight new divisions means that
the Japan see army will be increased by
about 14.000 men.
banking . room. Patrons have no steps to climb to enter
the bank and none to the Safe Deposit Vault, and in
addition there are coupon rooms for their use. The
vault has heavy re-enforced concrete walls, steel lined,
with electric wiring of the latest device to show , the
slightest tampering, and, as extra precaution, the bank
is patrolled night and day by a watchman. Boxes $4
and upwards per year. Come in and examine the vault
AT THE THEATRES.
Jene Corcoran at the Heilig.
Tonight and tomorrow night at the Helllg
theatre tea brilliant young . actress, Jess
Oareerss. wUl present Us AtUgtatfal son.
"Tbe Freedom of Sasaaae." Miss Corcoran
Is supported by James M. Brophr sad S m
capabla . company ef players. Too will enjoy
uverr minute of It. Beat aelllng at tbe theatre
for both performance. Osrtata 8:16.
Seat Sale Tomorrow for H! Henry.
Tomorrow moroiag st 10 o'clock the advance
sals ef assta Wtll open far HI Beary'a mlnetrela.
waick com to OM Helllg theatre next xsaaoay
sad Wednesday night. October 10 aad IT. with
a barcaln-prle ma rise Wednesday. Beery set
la entirely sew aad the scenery and electrical
effects alone occupy as entire car la tranaporta-
Esrly Curtain for "Parsifal."
The advance aeat aal far the araad anecta en
ter ecenle prod action ef Wages 'a "Paralf l"
will ones next Tuesday morulas. October IS
at fas aoxofflc of tb Helll theatre. Thle
wonderful myatle drams wtll he the attraction
at the above theatre next meay, Saturday.
Sa soar nlgbtn. October IS. to. Sir The as tire
perforata See In given la one elttlng, bet o
as to obviate tbe annual ty of the play lasting
till ton late an hour tbe tret act. begins
promptly at 7:46 p. as. The practice ef giving
tha warning of commeaeeawat with tha
trumpeter In, however, adhered to. Lena
corner win be obliged to remain standing till
the end of the Brat act. ss the darkened audi
torium aaskas It Impossible for the ethers to
shew them to their easts, ,
Neat Week at tha Baker.
Beginning tomorrow matinee the bill at the
Baker will be "Lady Hnntworth's experiment."
Tins happy oomeoy won universal nriie m
New York and London and in tha hands of the
Baker company will receive brilliant produc
tion. William Dllla will interpret a role pe
culiarly adapted te his ebllty. All the favorites
wtll be is the cast.
"The Oay Lord Quex."
Tonlekt la tha I. at chance to ae tbe Baker
atock company', elaborate production of Ptnero'a
at alar. "Tbe (My Lore quel.' Is which
Lillian Lawrence. Richard Thornton nnd Don
ald Bowie, are meeting with sock great favor
this week. "The Oay Lord Quel la e.ld
to be tbe best thing the Baker company hn
done tbla eeeson, nad the acealc part nf the
production) Is almost Ideal.
The Deserter." which haa been playing
to capacity three times each Say at the Lyric
this week, will he given tonight nad tomorrow
for the anal tiaras, it M a mUltary arama
with patriot tarn rampant In every act a Petri
otlum which Onda echo ra the hearts of an id
At the Star.
"That Girl front Tessa" will be repented
today and tomorrow for the last timet at tbe
Star. It Is a lusneai arenas sad see at the hast
risen the Alan cent near has given. It
centals exreptleaal opportunities far alien Vera
by "Naftrre's Own
costs rod nothing 2Sc
snd SI (contains Sight
Draft lor return ef your
r 4 mm cured) atnf
i -.sat b
Baa rSEEby '
AS the Safe Deposit Vaults, the contents of
which were found to be absolutely unin
jured. The same protection is offered to
Portland by the Oregon Trust C& Savings
Bank, Sixth and Washington Streets, which
has installed one of the largest vaults on.
the entire Pacific Coast This vault is lo
cated on the main floor of the general
Oregon Trust & Savings Bank
Sixth and Washington Streets
Cocoa beans grow In
pods on the trunk
and limbs of deli
cate tropical tree.
I They contain mix
times mora food val
ue than beef.
We use the highest
cost beans that are
grown and there Is
nothing In our cocoa
but cocoa. ,
That Is why It Is
the moat delicious of
TBS waltsb a. lewikT CO.
r.lton to the title rale asd the play la fall
At the Orated.
It Is not too late te see the clever vasSeriBs
aatertatnment which has been holding the
boards st the Grand til thle week. There Is
s steady Saw ef laughter nnd melody, far the
hill a extra strong in mass rare aspartate!
me these who eajoy a agar, gnaniug enter
tainment tha Orand win he fosnd anittsg use
Pantacss' Strong Bill.
There la ana a neeh art eat the Psatages
program that week. It wee IS be dUBealt, to
deed, to get aaare ttiwag sets ea can MIL Bare
I the lure: rurally awarxet, cornier augers,
t frees Chicago; Bar BISredg. ranaJeet
ia-sean randevtlla; hBna renin and Masa
Partlead stria. Is a
aestisMsn aaaaiciaa aad
the Pierce ataters: Leo White sad the latest
Rev. B C. Horton. Sulphur Springs,
Tex., writes. July lit VK: Thave
used in my rsmny IfanauuuaaTB
Liniment and Ho rah on nd Svrun.
they have proved certainly satisfactory
Tha liniment Is the beet we have ever
ueed for headache end peine The
cough syrup haa been our doctor for
tbe teat eight years" Bold by Wood,
ard. Clark a Co
EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY
Bvervthina to eat and drink, aad
It coats no more In the
than elsewhere In the city,
weekday night from t:t0 to 11
LILY DENTAL CO.
0X THTBD OFF
We ess enly ttret
dsns ma terlaln. Se the
sad prlc it wttale
Batumi Leek uay.
far 10 t
HENKLE FAMILY IS
FIGHTING FOR CHILD
(Special PI apt tsB te The Journal )
Meeeow. Ideho. Oct, It. The troubles
of Dr. snd Mrs. Henkle. former rsni-
dente of Moscow and Troy, have broken
out afresh, and ispotte from Cesser
6T Alan, Idaho, are te the effect that
their latsst battle hee been ss to who
should hava possession 0f their boy.
Dr. aad Mrs. Hankie asperated noma
time ago. end since have been quarrel
ing aa to who ehould rear the bey.
Monday night the father flea By sewered
the ohlM end left with him for Spokane
SB will fight agslnst
r ef taeu offspring.
All Work guana
Mr Hsstkle save
pai to ui a
letter for cmplia
eis mars its ap
pearance. which writes
black, purple or
red as desired,
enables yon to
send out letters
emphatic to the
mind as they
are pleasing to
Surra Piimha Trnwsms
t4T Stark at..
itit t s11utary
OsUesw PresjaratTon. Beys eTsa age