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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNG 5,. 1S07.
is quite, coup
i Ambassador Hanard Sails-
p J fied With Combination of
'rX'Vl-' France and Japans
K i J A PS A TirmTTftTTa TA
V BE FIRST ix WORLD
Little Brown Men Believe Russia Is
, , Only .Asiatic Nation ; Like Them-
:.:f selves and Are Preparing to Fight
Germany. ;'v''-:VJ: "."; Jt'
i prepared it 7"
ft u England."
; (Journal .Special Berries.)
Paris, .June 15. M. Hanard, the
French,, ambssador at Toklo. who ha
i " 'Just returned from JapanrtertiTreara'
i ' . tenure of office,- has been interviewed
,- . 'on toe subjeot of the alliance Just con-
! ' eluded between France and the great
-Asltlc power. ' ; . .;
'It la a master coup," said the am
1 "Then, ; you were not - concerned In
'.the negotiations which preceded itr
"No,., theee negotiations , took place
j J tat the foreign office in London. ,
; .. --"The British cabinet opened up her
.parlors and brought the whole thing to
a happy issue so that-it Is to England
-that we owe the benefits that will un-
1 -doubtedly arise far us from this ex-
celient alliance." '
'- . ' "May I ak du what feeling It was
- , -that' induced Japan to conclude such
. ,a treaty r
,, . "Nothing is simpler for those, who
. 'v Know the Japanese whose mentality Is
, ao different from ours. r - 1
."The Japanese are at ' one and the
. , name time vain and grateful. Their
.: -ambition la to pass for one of the first
' peoples In the world. At one moment
' they, fancied they had attained the
"heighth of their ambition when they
beat Russia; -but now 'by degrees the
Russian press has brought it home to
.. .them that Russia. u after all only
an Asiatic power like themselves, and
that the fact that they had beaten her
was not sufficient to establish their
worldly . superiority. . ., -
Germany Is Victim.
' "This would only come when Japan
had beaten a really great European
power.' So they decided to fly nigh
frame, and their goal this time, at the
nstlgation of, England, Is Germany.
"This idea Vi adopted all the more
easily by Japan, inasmuch, as pointed
out . above, the gratitude is one of
the virtues of these people and Japan
has not forgotten "and will not easily
forget, that it was French orrtcers who
organized their army and made victory
poesiDie tor mem.".,
"And do ' you think that the ne
fFranco-Japneite alliance will extend be
fyond Ablatio shores?" ' ,-, i
"i ao not - aouDi it, out notmng
would surprise me less man to learn
very soon that In case of conflict be
tween England, France and, Germany,
the .Japanese undertook to transport
800,000 of their best troops to some
French port, which they- would be able
to do by. help of the great English
navy." .,, ..
Ana as i shook nanas witn M,J, na
na rd, he assured me that King Edward
VII. was really a area diplomat
' The marriage which is about to take
place i between Prince de Tonav-Char-
ent 'and : Mile. . de la Roche Foucauld
unites two families which compose the
quintessence of the French noblese. Not
that these-great houses can claim an
cestors who have been great warriors
or distinguished, statesmen; but what
is equally, good. If not better, Is that
they y have given birth to men and wo
men, ,. who have. left their Impress on
1 The Montemarts of whom Prince'fle
Tbnay-Charente is a direct descendant,
have among their ancestresses Madame
de Montespan, whose grandeur and
whose immortality are a cart of the
age of Louis XVI. The La Roche Fou-
jurs. rotter ralmer lias a
Great Desiro to Entertain
: British Royalty.
IS WITHIN REACHING ,
- DISTANCE OF SUMMIT
English Women Bleach Their Itair
j and. Wear Wigs So They Majr Re
semble BIra. John Jacob ' Astor,
Who U Making Bit. " ,
?'",rt (Journal Special Service.) '
London, June 15. Everybody knows
that Mrs. Potter Palmer Is socially am
bitious. ' That ' la supposed to be th
aiaifl reason, why she abandoned Chicago
for London; the United States WCS
land. .The summit of Asocial ambition is
represented by the enterUlnment of a
king or a queen. There Is no cliance of
cauld house gave birth to the author of doing that In America, Only the small
was with the others sleeping the sleep
of the Innocent. v'
Never In the annals of halrdresslng
was there so much false hair worn. No
matter how luxuriant a woman's tresses
may be, they are not aufficlent to meet
the Immense demands which the style
in vogue at the hour makes upon them.
The Ohio coiffeur is a mass of rolls,
colls and curls. This state of things
has been brought , about by the new
hats, which are immense, the brims of
which have to be filled out somehow
to prevent the wearer from looking
ridiculous, for If worn on an Ordinary
sired head they would look grotesque. 1
Last summer the French women
started this fashion gently by pinning
on little bunches of curls at either side
of the head..' This year they have gone
to the wildest extreme with the idea.
The price of false hair has consequent
ly gone up considerably and any woman
with a really fine "head" of hslr can
command a fancy price for It if she
chooses to dispose of It.
More Than ' Two Ilundred Added
Since Last Census Total Now
- : Over Two Thouaand
, . (Spaelal Oiapateh to The JoaniaL) -
- Pendleton, June IE.- An Increase since
last year of 207 in the number of school
children In the city Is shown by the an
nual school census, now on file with the
county superintendent.. ' According to
the enumeration taken this year under
the ' direction of H. E. Bickers, school
clerk, there are i,007 children here over
the age of 4 and under the age of 20.
- Of this number 858 are boys and 1,-
09 girls. 1 Tha enumeration for last
year showed a total of 1,800 children
of school age within the city. The en
rollment in the Pendleton schools dur
ing the paaf year was 1,114, r.i
' , - Planting Rainbow Trout. ....
(Speeial Oiapateh to The Journal.) '
Astoria, Or., June 28. !. T. Crosby
and George Stevena have returned from
Green 1 Mountain, where they planted
12,000 rainbow trout in the tributaries
of tipper Young's river. On the return
trip Crosby shot a large wildcat which
ha Intends to have mounted.
When in San Francisco
. -Stay at Hotel Hamlin, 1ST Eddy. Fire
proof; 100 rooms, 40 baths; rates $1.60
ana up. . isaay-street c cars , at lerry.
! Metsger fits your ayes for It. S4t
Washington street, corner s Seventh,
formerly at 111 Sixth street, v
"Prom Maker to Player
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The Maximea, papers which are fresh
todav. 200 years after their appearance,
as If they had been written yesterday.
OREGON CITY BOAT .
Sally ftlver Excursions .to Oregon Olty.
' Steamer Altona leaves Main street,
7:30 and 11:20 a. m. and S:80 p. m.;
returning-Jeaves Oregon City 9:10 a. m.
and 1:30 and 3:80 p. m. Round trip 45a
Tickets exchanged with Q. W. P. cars.
The only short river trip from Portland,
and has bo equal for delightful scenery.
, Industrial School of His Own.'
v' (Sneeial Dlrntck The JoareaL)
Bnokane. Wash.. June IS. David p.
Jenkins, an old pioneer, lawyer and
capitalist, is going to Duua an indus
trial school to be run In connection with
the T. M. C. A. He Intends to put
150.000 into the school and select the
directors himself. -
The combination of A
hot meals and a cool ' '
t kitcheri has always ti
seemed - an impossi ,
bilitv. vet this hannv
result is obtained wherever there's a New Perfec
tion Oil Stove in the kitchen. The blue flame
produced by the ' 7 , t
VJkli Blue mm Oil CcotSfcve
' pves quickest and best results. The New Perfection is different
from any other oil stove.'' Cuts fuel expense in two. ' ' Made in '
three sizes. Every-stove warranted. -If not at your dealer's,.
" write bur nearest agency for descriptive circular. 1
:-;rmm ; " ; ; ' andistMbest "
and safest all-round house lamp made. Gives
clear steady light ' Brass throughout and beauti
fully nickeled. Equipped with the latest improved
burner. Handsorne--simple--satisfactoiy. Every "
bmp warranted. : Write our nearest agency if you
cannot get it from your dealer. ,T. . - '
v STANDARD OIL COMPANY ; " J "
-yj?-.if'i. aeatFe)aTE , v ' i-v-'
fry royalties go there, and that only on
rare occasions. Then they are made the
guests of the nation and mere Individ
uals . have no show to capture them.
England is" the land where American
dollars , may - carry one c to tha giddy
heights of social triumph.
Mrs. Potter Palmer has been here for
soms years, But somehow she hag never
reached the top. Bhe has spent money
freely and entertained lavishly. Bhe has
leased tha Duke- of Abercorn'fl London
residence, Hampden house, and furnished
it sumptuously, as the duke could never
afford to furnish it Still royalty has
never graced her festive board. Other
American women have come and con
quered, meanwhile, whose bank accounts
are no bigger than Mrs. Palmer's and
whose pedigrees are not half so good.
. Sticks to It.
But Mrs. Palmer atlcks to It. I ad
mire her pluck and persistency.- Bhe
certainly- deserves . to succeed.- And,
therefore,1! rejoice to be able to make
it known in America that she is making I
progress. Mrs. Oeorge Keppel attended
the concert with which Mrs. Potter
Palmer opened her aoclal campaign for
the season at Hamttden House. Mrs.
Palmer nald marked attention to her. i
Bhe sat next the hostess at dinner, and
talked freely and arrabiy with her.
mere is more in tnat tnan meets me
eye of the American reader, Mrs. Oeorge
Keppel is not ricn. Mrs. f otter palmer
could buy her out a dosen times over
without bankrupting her. nut Mrs.
Oeorge Keppel is a great favorite of
King Edward. Bhe goes to nearly all
the country house parties aotten up for
the king's entertainment She has great
Influence with his majesty. If she
chooses to exercise . it and I hope bhe
will it will not be long before I shall
have the Dleasure of chronlellna- that
Mrs. Potter Palmer has "arrived'1 that I
she has so long been climbing, and basks
I m tne sunshine or royalty s ravor.
ftlrs. Astov Zs Beauty.
Mrs. John Jacob Astor is unauestlon-
sniy tne Deeuty or tne london season, i
Wherever she is seen this regal Ameri
can woman causes a sensation. Crowds
follow her about a room. Her height,
her snowy hair over m fresh young face,
her amazing gowns . and : historic jew
els have fairly daaaled London. Twice
lately I have seen her In a "creation"
. m. ' 1 ,.u .si - r
Pianos Sent on Approval
Sixth and Burnside
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Th Daw VNtM jrt. Jit
If hernnotupply the
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(nil Mttleolftn and rttraMirma in.
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PEU CO S szoaES.
Scott's SEntal-Pgsi! G:;r:::3
A PCSITIYE C'JDZ
mti. aeociiaeAi. tui-e
qakkly and frmnntir th
wont ruM of baMtrstM
and Cll, BOUttrof bow
Bota ey tnnmi,
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CONSUMERS COMPANY TO
RAISE PRICE OF STOCK
Immense Piscoveries of Larger arid
Better Veins of Coal Influence Local
( Company to Take Action. - :
LAST EXCURSION TO BE RUN NEXT SUNDAY
Work on Cowlitz Valley Mine Progressing Rapidly New Supplies
Shipped Last Week and Yesterday Make Shipment of Coal J
; Certain Not Later Than Middle of August ' '
- Freight Rates Being Arranged.
' Tremendous finds of excellent lignite
hlch for originality and beauty I have! coal: veins that seem to grow in slxe
never seen surpassed.. On the first oe-Itne rartner iney are aToiupru- a wr-
caslon she wore a costume or allverr ceptiDie Dciiermam in v.ui.
scales which fitted her figure close, giv-1 coal and a realisation of the fact tnat
inr the Idea of aome wondrous mermaid the market is almost Insatiable right
from tne aeep. Tne top or the bodice nere in rwuum vo uu i- "i,
1114 ia iiii .fiim. t, ..I....H.. mn mil directors of the. Consumers
t- mm. m ,k-o . Thm I Pah I Pnmnnjiit to ooneider the advlsa-
preas Eugeaie's famous pendant of bias- billty of discontinuing the sale of the
in diamonds. , stock of that company at thepresent
On the other occasion she 'was ' at- price after tne first or juiy. ror tni
tired In some black cloudy-fabric, which reason the final excursion to the proi
mmmm,mA mm,mmm 1.. m.xZT rtiS Will I SiVCn USXt SUhday. Th
no opening and not a single Jewel. Above excursion would not have been run at
this, thrown, into strong relief by the all, had it not been for the fact that
contraat, rose her flower-like face with "had already been advertised. .The
itm rrnwn nt whit hair 4nii in ht officers of the company - seem to be
curia - -in wnicn gown sne 100
more striklnir it would be hard
A man who was present the other night
. . . . mmU.mmm-m mmm Mn...!. Itfih H
ilna- Mn Amtnr "tnnka .v.rr nth.rl aay aiiernuuu.' tj nuuw
seed In bia officers of tne company seem to oe
looked the somewhat Indifferent as to whether any
lard to say" more stock i sold to the publlp or no.
"her night "Why should we careT said J. C.
VfA "RhB" Lee. secretary of the company yester-
mnkAn r.th day afternoon; We know we have
woman appear insignificant and com- f,oalJ 5TtJL!l i.Jn'K SkiV.V!
meaning Mrs. Astor;
SCaay Bleach Hair.
v :m : - ;
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
Anerfijct Remedy forCtJnsflia-
hess and LOSS OF SHXP.
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racSlmile Signamre of
. NEW YD1?K.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You. Have
I Always Bought -
tia tha.t we believe we will
make a fortune for ourselvea this win-
Many women are bleachina their hair i"'. I'y ".. ' 7 v .
"tm tlT?hffdihMJ5Lh9J5H samplea All of them have
11?..! l-,"A.nJ!t,l--rt-weftIln5 told me that the quality of the coal is
"" - . . ui mo mn. nAtlHfactorv lor tneir purposes ana i
frequent y. but she ha never before Jave fund that I could easily mak any
made quite such a sensation. She looks aambir ot profitable contracts. We are
utterly unconscious of the admiration .1. i hi. mn.
'I she arouses or is it utterly Indifferent? "" Z uT
1 -'" ;"") w should aet cnaritaoie, aii or a sua-
pression or oeins; particularly nappy. fleV and divide our good holdings with
, inor uiuusni. uiic.i .crra jr away iiora BubllcT
inn KKiciy in wnicn ne- m ins urmnt 1 ..r-.ni tv.i hnniur ihi( w
particular star. Occasionally there flits .dvertlsed that we would sell this stock
"" " t l,"r' until 5,000 shares naa oeen sota. ,1 pe-
giving tne pupuo ample
iv ir znftv Trian en nuv.
all we care 'to sell, but to
will, fn Ml In An thl fiffAr
ina a word that was being said bv those I 5 Vi. k.- m. -ii . a iimir
around her. ; But all shis only adds to :w t shares for the balance-of
auv iii.T7-7as shitj miudcc, it' euRgrjBii 1 tki. w-isr n'rtakn ' win - nrnna niv
a hidden sorrow, a burled romance, and tne priee of the stock to $11. and
things of that sort that inquisitive folk wUl raise it $1 a week aa long aa we
1 imo w .iiKuun "' car to leave It on tne maraet. My
Wttl Save O00A Tlaia. preference is to close the sals at Once,
tt-.Amhnaiiarlnr Dimiti nrlll " . h- I aa it 18 tOO STOOd a Proposition tO Stand
very good time when he passes through 1 open too long." " 'j-r. - .
AW - WW : I imT .. :
London on his way to Holland aa head
df the American delegation to 1 The
Hague peace conference. Many InvHa-
tlons rrom inaon nave reached him.
but,, he has promised to stay with his
old mend. l,ora cunon. at liackneaa
Park, the magnificent seat he recently
1 purcnasea irom ixra tjoiton, in the
hnii hMn chartered for next Sun
day. - The boat will leave the foot of
Salmon street at 8 o'clock, In the morn
ing and tickets for -the trip must be
securea at tne oiiica i ino v-wmmun.
wealth Trust company early this week
as the passenger, accommodation of the
wilds of Hampshire These two public ?5,VD. SiMtmrrimir-
m.n hivo lonar bn An tftrma nf mm '? f be disposed I Of DCIOre i riaay.
Mine - JUoas, neieey.v wno naa -ruu
men have long been on terms of warm
friendship. When Mrs. Choate waa here
representing the American government iim-thmiiV-TmmttT i
laona beinr at that time in India. The
Choates did some really brilliant enter
taining there. It used to be said, from :
the, king downwards, no one ever re-
He also assisted in ordering a' car load
of new supplies. One of the difficulties,
that is being fast overcome by Kelsey
is the employment of miners. v Therv
were so few in this section or tne coun
fused an invitation, ir only to a cup of I try at first that it waa impossible : to
tea, at the embassy of those days, the K enough to mine the coaL. Those that
attraction being the host himself, the J are now employed, however, have writ
ten to friends, telling tnem or-tne quan
tity of the coal to oe rouna ana man ji
haranteed under li r H "
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
vmc dimtaus imnnt, mrm vena emr.
most genial ana tne wittiest man in
A well-known - American , millionaire I ara flocking to the properties every
and his wife who spend much of their I day, asking for employment, which . Is
time In London and their week-ends ntLiv.n In moat cases. ' -
smart country houses are belnr much I Twenty tons . a day ; will . be 'taken
chaffed over tne "experiences" or their I from the nortn canyon next weeK, ac
1 small son during tneir absences rrom
London. They recently received an
anonymous letter, which has sine been
traced to one of their own servants,
statlnr that if they -were to visit a I
certain house in Ablngton - road, Ken
sington.' they t would - find their adored
son and heir reposing with , a dosen or
so plebeian, young persons of his own I
-f-V-- ssmsni . aim away,. ,
One Saturday recently tha pair In
questton pretended to leave London aa I
usual ror tneir rurai trip, xney reaiiy
went to a friend's house elose .by and
about midnight returned to their own
residence to tuia tnat the - nurse and
her charae had flown. Two of the I
other servants were also missing. The
host went to nis garage .and got hla
moter and with his wife drove forth
with to Kensington. : a aown-at-nei
"domestic" : opened the door 1 to - them.
and on being aaked ir Mrs. P maid
and baby were withla. replied, with an
emphatic Irish, b rouge, 'Thel.iJivil a
I bit if I knows, ma'am, but sure, come
t Inside ye reel f. , Tou mustn't-interrupt
the dance. , but you ran look for' the
babv He is very . likely alone with I
all the' other little angels, bless their
hearts, the little dears, walk as asey
as ye can. jna am. - ror, tney ra an fast
asleep." - . .: ; -
tughc enougn ' aiitk t s -anget-
eordlng to Kelsey. By tha first of An.
frust. there will be 100 tona a day from
he south canyon, while the north fcfln-
yon will be shipping 100 tons a day by I
September first. The coal that is being
laaen oui now is storeo ana reaay ror I
iiiiunaiii. u soon ii me ounaers ana 1
tramway graae nave been completed.
Men engaged In working on the tram
way grade are progressing rapidly and
will complete the work on contract
time, (jars ror naunnr ui cm fmm
the interior of the mines to the bunkers
are oraerea ana being built In -Portland.
Carpenters are on the ground repairing
and fixing the buildings and bunk I
nouses, xne entire scene la one, of asv
tivlty, while the mine is being visited
daily by scores of residents . in - tha
neighborhood. All express themselves
as being well pleased to learn that the
mine la to be reopened. -Among them are
those who have used the ooal for vnara
and believe that the exorbitant prices
they have been paying will be dis
counted wis winter by the low price at
waicn wis coal can Da marketed at a
profit. . , ;
11 was announced esterdav that
there will be a thorouah steam test of
tne coai maae at tne Vancouver brewery
rveuiioBimjr. iwo ions nave oeen or
dered shipped there, and after tha teat.
an announcement will be made bv the
consumers coat company as to the re
sults mat are ODtainea. . . .
Several days aao the offirinU nf the
Consumers' Coal Company announced
that they would rive f roe 100 aacka nf
coal to all who would give it a fair
test, xne rouowmg day there were
enough applications to dispose of the
entire amount, mere nas oeen consider
able delay in gettina the coal to Port.
land, owing to the Inadequate transpor
tation facilitlea It. will arrive some I
time today, however, and will he -delivered
this afternoon. Those who have
signuiea tneir wish to test the coal
ill have ample opportunity to rive it
a nrsi ciass try out. 1 ne ODject or this
free distribution of sample -ooal is to
secure a concensus or opinion that
could be obtained In no other :; wav.
Those who have burned the coal state
that It 1 nrst Class. - Rlnnrlm.nli
ha.vs been made by the officials of the
company both at the mines and in their
homes. All pronounce 'It -the eaual of
any 'western coal they, have 'ever 'used,
but - the senae of fairness of the offi
cials of the company required that a
more general 'test would b, preferable,
V Secretary LeA it -.is underatonrf h.
already made preliminary, arrangements
lor me snipmeat or tne coal to Portland
The work will necessitate the use . of
scores 01 pig Darges. . mere are many of
them now in use on the-river and the
company wun wnicn Mr. Lee has Been
negotiating has an ample supply of
them. Mr. Lee would not stata what
rate had been made but Intimated that
it was very low and that, the coal trust
wouia nna suincient competitions when
CQwllts coai was Anally.: placed on the
Portland ' market No arrangements
have yet been made for the storing of
coai in f ortiana. xne shipment of hun
dreds of tons dally will require yards at
some eonvenlent point along the river
ana mis is a point mat la to betaken
up by the company In tha near future,
To the Properties of the.
-Next Sunday, June 30, we again'invite all who are interested
in coal mining to join us on the
- Certain developments which we are not now at liberty to
announce, compef us to state,that we will, from now on, re
serve the right to either raise the price, of stock in the CON
SUMERS' COAL COMPANY or withdraw it from the mar-,
ket at: any time we see fit . To avoid disappointing anybody,
however, the excursion advertised for next Sunday will be run
in any event. ' 1
Commonwealth Trust Co.
Commonwealth Building, Sixth and Ankeny Streets.
For a trip to the mines, up the Cowlitz river. i You could riot
r"take a'pleasanter excursion than this, besides combining profit
-.for all those who jsee ran: opportunity for investment in, this
- stock, i The Kellogg will leave the1 foot of Salmon street at 8
o'clock. Lunch will be served ffee on board before reaching
;the property. " After a careful inspection of the mines and the
i work-that Js being done,1 the boat will head for Portland and
supper will be served free on the return. ; . '
GET M)UR Tlft EARLY
; There is only one way to get your ticket. Many were .
disappointed on the last excursion because they could not get
v a ticket at the boat. The ticket must be obtained at our office.
Call any day and we will be glad' to 'accommodate you. Our
office will be open .Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenir !t
until 9 o'clock, enabling "all who' wish to get their transport i
tion in plenty of time. No tickets will be issued at the boat.
THE KAISER CP tickets is LIFTED CET YCLT.S ir