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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL rORTLAND. TUESDAY EVENIHO, . JULYC, KC7..
FIf JAL RATE DECISION
IS VERY INDEFINITE
J. N. Teal, Counsel for Transportation Committee of the
Local Chamber of Commerce, , ReturnsFrom . East
; i ; iTore Briefs Will Be Filed With Commission, j - -
"" - J.'N. Teal, counsel for ths transport
tatloa commltte ef the Portland chara-
. ber of oommerpe, who represented the
business Interests of thla city a the
: Bpokan tat burin g before the tntr
a tat commerce commission at Waah.
1 11 (ton. IX C returned hooka yesterday,
aftsr an extendsd tour ' la - tha out
Furthar brlefa or to be filed la tb
case, and a J)I dellon la not naar. '
Briefs yat to, ba Iliad will bear on
certain question entering into the Tl
uatlons of apaolfle kinda of railroad
propertlea,' aucir aa r tarmlnaJa," eoal
minis. ..eta. On hla return trip, which
wee mad U tha St. Lawrance river,
through Canada and oyer tha Canadian
PaclOo railway to tha Paclfio oast. Mr.
Teal made many observation on tha
developmeat and progress of that ooun-
Ijlacussing use mu
flaaadal Oreat ertwwtk. ' --
" "Na one can travel through .Canada
, without being Impressed, not only with
it. .mwth anH notentiel wealth, but the
(Intelligent application of aound bualneaa
rules on broad llaea to Ita development.
While the wlntero are severe, and -to
my mind tha country aa a whole doea
' uot offer the attractions to aettlera aa
doaa the etate of Oregon, yet It la go
' in ahead faater becauee tranaportatlon
v , measurably kaepa paea or ahead of set
i "Tha Canadian Paclflo la a powsrml
'" factor In Canada' development. The
( policy pursued by Ita dlraotora would
never keep euch country aa central
Oregon bottled up. Long atnee it would
serving It In every direction. .
MTklM A . null. Kill 1 H .nil A Pa
ntea rail road a, but great - Irrigating
canala and encouragee every kind of In
duary that will tend to -build up-the
. Muntnr. without anr auDorloruv.
either ellmatlo or aeenlo. It tnaintalna
. throughout tha mountain and at other
' pleoea, comfortable and attractive ho-
. tela and mean for enjoying tha coun
' Trora Montreal and Qnebao It. ha
L apienaia line ot iiewaiui)i tvr eit
- point to the British Islea and tha con
. finest ' It ha a line to the orient to
Australia and to Alaaka. Ita a team era
ply tha great lake. In fact In every
: direction thla road aeama to ba tha tead-
r la commercial activity. It haa lust
fiut la oommlaalon a new ataamer ooat
ng I09,00 on th. Vanoouver-Skagway
run. ' r
"Comparisons are alwaya odloua, but
- one cannot heln oontraatlna this nro-
gresslv aptrlt with "that shown by our
voraoi conditions, neraiy one xeaiur
tbua adopted by th Canadian road la
praotload. . -
-7v ' TJndxvtaad Wates tli.- --r
' ' "Wi have tha am ocean, tha aero
.'market, beautiful mountains, vast
area of rich and tributary territory,
but different aplrit prevail. To a
r&nullftii. from the aallnr to tha farmer
; In tha remotest province, one doe not
; have to preach the gospel of tha bene
fit of water carriage, for ita competitive
Influence are ao apparent that anyone
who runa may read.
"Montreal, tb chief seaport of Can
ada. I about TOO mile from tha see.
' - The fit. Lawrenoe la a swift river' with
narrow channela and requiring dredg
ing, and above Montreal a number of
lockage yet wo find deep- veaaela
discharging cargo and loading wheat
at the head of Lake Superior at fort
Arthur and fort William, over 1.100
miles from the ocean, and carrying car
go cheaper than can be dona by rail.
"Last vaar Port William, a town of
11.000 population, eh toped over 11.000,
000 bushel of arraln and 1.T1I -vessel
arrived and denarted. It Is 1.147 miles
from Liverpool, of which distance about
oo miles is lake and river navigation
ana i.euo oean. in order to nave sev
eral hundred mile" navigation through
Lake Huron. Erie and - Ontario the
building of a canal from eome point
on the northern ehoro.of Lake Huron
to the Ottawa river In tha province of
Ontario la being seriously considered.
"I only give this Instance as illustra
tive or wnat otners are aoing wno un
derstand what - water ' tranaportatlon
meana. and also to Impress upon our
own people her In Portland two facts
rirsi, inai oemg ivv mile irom in
ea, provided there Is deep water.l ao
handicap, but rather an advantage, and
that altuated aa Portland la, tha de
velopment of our waterway must ba
the fundamental plank In our platform.
Cheap tranaportatlon Is the controlling
unit in commercial Ufa, and we have it
potentially and to eome aatent actually,
and It 1 In our power to extend It o
aa to cover all territory naturally tribu
tary to Portland." .
Oon-vBLtsaton Bard Worked. '
Tha Interstate eommerc commlsalon
la simply worked to death, and I can
not aee how they can even stagger un
der th load they are carrying. Th
Importance .of the Spokane caee 1 ac
knowledged, and It waa fully argued.
A member of.th oommlaalon told me
It waa th moat Intereetlng argument
that ha been submitted.
- "Possibly I - may be prejudiced.- but
I do not think Spokane made -out bar
More Bribery Charges Are to
Be Pressed Against Mayor
Schmitz Motion for. Re
lease on Bail Is to Be
Heard Tomorrow. ,
"Tha lesson for Portland and vry
Other aeaport la perfectly 'plain, and
that la the neoeaalty for full develop
ment of a method of tranaportatlon
hlch will protect them against any
oealble combinations, rate or rulings.
canal and th deepening of th Mleal-
rh th ocean servio wa can, n
and with th opening of th Panama
tppl, thug opanlng up that great sec
tion of tha country to water competi
tion, the coast can certainly hold Its
own under any elrcumatanoea, or water
transportation la a delusion and a
""Brief are to be filed In thla the
Portland gateway -case - by September
1 and It' will, in my opinion, ba noma
time before It la decided. In the-meantime
condition may so chans-o that
th apparent necessity for opening the
gateway may axlat It must be borne
in mind that th real milk In the co
eoanut in this esse waa not that tha
sound lumbermen- did not have a route
to the middle weet territory, but they
lacked care, so that if ths oar move
ment increases I look to sea, tha In
terest In this caaa wane.
"Tha commission hasn't the power to
arbitrarily . create through routea and
Joint rates, but only where certain con
ditions prevail auch aa no existing sat
isfactory route. A ahorter route would
be no Justification, provided a reason
ably satisfactory one existed".
CLEVER BOGUS CHECK
ONCE MORE-ABROAD IN PORTLAND
After alx montha of Inactivity , tha
. clever bogus check operator who ao ano-
cessfully swindled a score of Portland
merchants by representing - himself to
i be R. W. Lewis, of th firm of Allan
i Lewis, has mad hlk reappearance and
I tha police are) makfng every effort to
land th crook behind tha bars before
his operations become extensive. -. ,
Last . Saturday evening a dapepr.
well-dressed fellow visited tb Jewelry
store conducted by H. Heltkemper. 181
Morrison e treat and requested Frank
, i Heltkemper to ahow him a tray of ringa.
. After eelectlng one he tendered a check
for fli purporting to be algned by R.
W. Lewis of Allan a. Lewis, in payment
Th swindler . maintained that he waa
Mr. Law la and ordered, th ring aant to
0 Bverett street Th difference of
tlO between th check and th price ef
th ring, th paeudo Mr. Lewis requested
th Jeweler to hand over to him.
Heltkemper became auspicious and
determined to telenhone to the Lewie
residence. While tha Jeweler was at tha
pnon tne reiiow nurrieaiy lert in tor
and th polio hav ao far been unable
to effect hla capture.
It I believed that ha la aaraa man
who operated ao successfully last winter
rn thla olty. " The method ef operation
is ms same, aitnougn in description
furnished by merchants who were
mulcted do not tally and It Is thought
that since his isst visit th crook haa
shaved off his mustache. 1
Several detective are working on th
caa. . ,i
(Joarnal special lur-ioe.) '
Ban JTranclsoo, July I. Hearing on
th motion for th releaa of Mayor
Bchmlta upon- ball waa postponed today
until tomorrow, ' ' . .
It Was learned today that tha prose
cution had perfected to th mlnutaaf de
tail Ita caaa against Eugene XL Schmltg
In th trolley bribery and that th chief
wltnes would be-Abe Ruaf, who will
go upon th stand and testify that he
paid to the former mayor ft 0.000 for
signing the overhead permit ' Not Only
will th proaecutlon trao th' mony
Into SchuUtg hand, but It will trace
part of ttTmt ngatn-If will -show that
ii was mis money wnicn nDiea
Schmlts to. mak his now famoua trip'
Bills fnourred by th former mayor at I
pensive hotels In aaatern atatee and
In Europe will be produced In- evldenoe.
George K. 3urn. son of Special Agent
William J. Burns, who tracked Schmlts
through Europe, has gathered data
which shows that Bchmits left In his
wake a trail of trolley currency that
would have don credit to a millionaire.
Although the prosecution i haa an
nounced that It Is undecided as to ths
next caaa to b brought against Bohmlta
It la stated on reliable authority that In
all probability Schmlts will next be
placed on trial for th trolley bribery.
in aisirici attorney oriic naa in
formed Judge Dunne that It had not de
cided what disposition to make of the
remaining - lour extortion - Indictments
PB0DUCLNG mks. eddy
- tfoarsal Iseetel asrviesJ .
Boston. July (.Leader of th Chris
tian Bcianc church ana tneir attorneys
are In session today preparing to pro-
teat against sud lectins sirs, iwiay to i
examination by alienists If their pro
test falls leaders wlU appeai directly to
COPPER MINING CAMP
' (Jotmal Bpertal Berries.)
vl - M1. a V-t f.JI...
Sunday robbed Richfield, a copper min
ing camp, near Fuer Obabl, Sonora. Tha
Mexican camps war all destroyed and
mine operation suspended,
ATTEMPT TO IMPEACH
VEZAL AS WITNESS
(Jmmal Bpaelal serrkM.) 'Jti
Chicago. July .Attempt were made
today to Impeach. Jera Vrsal, who testi
fied that Herman Blllek made plan In
his presence to kill alx members of the
-it's the piano store on Burnside strccf
Hi5Eidrei3s. of PedBEe Attended "fche
Eleed-Freiiciii Piano enaoeGtration
. Yesterday In response to bur invitation in Sunday's papers. They were delighted with the high-grade pianos.,
that we are selling direct from the factory at less than, eastern factory prices during this sals ; they enjoyed read
ing.the lists of best phrases submitted in our cash prize contest Many of them brought a $5 bill along and
secured a great bargain. " Others 'who had received piano certificates in recognition of their meritorious work,
selected a piano or an organ and our wagons began delivering at once. A; number of -people had purchased ,
piano certificates at a reduction from contestants who were glad to realise cash on their, prize awards; and thus '
pianos jwentjaatjmdiiuricma piano-selling ventJnPortlanda: j .
. Was Upton's only advertising space when he started in the tea business a good many years ago in Ireland. He
painted. "Lipton's Teas," in red letters onthe pigs'v sides) and 3rove them, grunting and squealijng thryugh the
streets, gathering followers as he went. The whole town knew in a day that Lipton was selling tea, even as today
the-whole wide world knows it." We're not driving a whie pig through the streets of Portland, but we're driving
-a Kve, palpitating,snorting truth right home to you through the press, and it's getting the crowds in our wait
they all fetch up athe Reed-French door where they learn what all the northwest world Is destined to know
that for pianos of high grade and a low factory price this is headquarters all the year round. Cme; tomorrow
to our special demonstration sale, where bargains are aa thick asvblackberries in August. We're -expecting you.
Yours in any case
story - elossiy.
Th boy- cllna-s to his
HEFUSE TO HEAR
(Continued from Pr One.)
' Main and tha member of our ronoral
executive hoard wUl not ehanae my
I plana. Our fntur moves will be ford
. bl and decisive. In tb fntur w will
hav to pay lees attention to tha feel
I Ins of the opposition and publlo opln-
Ion, and carry on cur fight with more
. determination and with but on object
la view that of srippllns; th enemy
until they are wining to meet na In a
peac oomerenc. . 1
unicace, juiy . rn journal, eom
mentlna editorially today, aya: "What
ever the telegraph oompanla aav their
operator. It wa too small. The eom-
pant- treaunant ox tneir men I freen In
tne corneal areas. Th was of op
erator at th hlshest were pitifully
small. Th publlo should assist them
n oDuinui oetter treatment from th
munupoiy. . i am operaior nave to b In'
teinrent men. s
not lees thsn $1,000 yearly." -
most of them deserve
LMADAM FE0M0NKI IS1
BENTENCED TO DEATH
IJoeraal BDerlal lervfee.) "
today sentenced to death for attempting
to assassinate General Rhelnbot May 1J.
rr PUBLIC MUST PAT it
2 ' (Continued from Pag On.)
food because it is scientific
ally cooked 'af . the factory
ana sjj am bh
all that time' trouble, fuel and worry,
- ciicrgyrin ra . saucer7of Q-pc . -js
these hot days than in. pounds of
' :. ; meat.
hero's a Reason"
- UNFORTIFIED TOWNS
(Jomrnal Sneelal iervwa.1
Th Hague, July . American
British, Dutch and Spanish delegates to
day are conferring regarding th bom
bardment of unfortified towns. Count
Tornellll of Italy haa been Instructed to
draft a proposition embracing tha Amer
ican views. . . .. . - - .
OF TITLED HUSBAND
UoSTBsl Boeetal Bsnlee.l
Paris, July . Tha earl of Rosalyn,
who 1 sojourning her, ha been noti
fied that his wifs. formerly Anna Rob
inson, of Minneapolis, is auing lor
divorce. - - - -
ta ba tha nroduct are now possessed
of sawmill which turn th tree to
4umbr Instead of fuel. When timber
can ba' got men can not. ao that th
condition an arouna mm ana
no rift In the cloud of th future.
Coal I now - selling for from l to
nt a ton for averase coal of the two
frade aent to xn roraano mrm
hara are about' 11 cargoes of Austral
ian coal or aooui ,uv ton cue xor
Portland during tne season, mougn
more may be Hated In the future. About
to.000 ton were ahlpped from Auatralla
last year. , ,
- Wyoming coal I a tnins oi ins pssi
apsrantly and about th only hop for
relief 1 apparently In th prospect of
ehlpmenta from Coos Bay to begin
In September. i
The wood men say ther I a corner
on th coal situation In Portland. They
aay that the coal companies cell eoal
at $10 and 111 a ton to the consumer
and that whan It Is handled by the
dealers other than those who set a
agent for th bunker companies that
a proni or oniy ai.ss a ion ia aiiowea
which does not pay for the handling.
Tha wood dealers are therefore unable
to handle coal, or If the ydo it la at a
Th situation in corawooa and eoal
ems to be In lust aa bad a condition
as that In alabwood and no hope of
amelioration Is held oat The con
sumer will either have to oar th pric
or buy heavy underwear and go. with
out fires. " :
SWEET PEA EXHIBIT
(Continued from Page One.)'
division, comprise all school districts
In th county wt of th Willamette
river and the part of No. 1 on th west
. Division t. known as the Seat Side
division, comprises districts II, 40. 41
and 70 Jointly, and all of No. 1 on the
east side of the Willamette.
Division I. kndwn as tha Powell v.i.
ley dlylalon, comprises districts No. 4.
S, 10. is. . i JU, It Jt. snd It Jt.
Division 4, known as ths Cascade di
vision, comprise all school districts
cast of ths Bandy rivr. .
Division S, known as th Columbia
division, comprises districts No. 1 a.
Aueclnl division A inMlal
hss ben arranged for pupils who wish
to exhibit snd who live outslds of the
county. Ppeclal prise will be provided
tot thlS division. ,. ' . rwvee
, . r TraTtrWlth'Triria That Ar"; J 1 ' . r
:r "made iN.oREQONr e '4-
Xr- I You 1)4 Mtlsfli.; for they ttand the ; '
;y teat. Don't buy cheap eastern tninln. Ihut r V'S'.'snnl it 1
. . ff Vl J call on 1000 tnmka to select Irom. : jMU-";
J;-'!' I V y ;': .2 Store. ' . V ':- 1
V' tett-. Third and FtaaV. ; JV - " s
H0LLADAY PARK LOTS
BRING: GOOD PRICE
M. W. Parelinj Bns Front Thomag
- C. DerUa Property for Which
Ho Para 95,800. " -
Psmhu pureBiied from
Thomas C Devlin seven lot In -Holla-
day Park. Th property 1 described a
lota It to U. block "B," and waa sold
for ll.eOfl. ' : '- '!. i i
Another reoent sal in the vlelnltv
waa that of an irregularly shaped tract
on East Twenty-eighth street, near
Halsey purchased by P. E. Andrews
from Stanlay Kastmaa for $,TI0.
William BaUla haa aold U Laura A.
Johnson a lot - en - Twenty-fifth and
Johnson stresui tor ft. 110. Th lot 1
I. K. Biacknurn naa purcnased rror
L. W. Woodruff five lota in Mount Ta
bor Villa. Consideration, 11.400.
Th deed or Kdwara jaeger to Kuru
Mallory eonvaying an nnlmproved' lot
In the North Portland warehoused!
trlct for 111.001
(Centlnoad from Pag One)
en th tug eould look up Into th faeea
of the officer on th cruiser" e bridge
Tb lookout did not discover the raft
astern until th cruiser - had cleared
the Dauntless. Tnoee on tnetug neara
him ay, "What In hell!" They heard
him hall th bridg with a frantic cry.
They heard the officer say, "Hard
a port. Full speed ahead." The Mil
waukee's siren shrieked end Ilk a
wraith th cruiser disappeared In th
tog. , . - ' (- v
(Continued from Pag; One.) -
In th main auditorium from 11 to It
for th discussion of Important sub
set. Tomorrows program xor th
lorum I follow:
-Th Orange." Mr. Clara H. Waldo.
tate lerturer; ''School Oardenlng," Miss
Aphis Dlmlr.k, ex-presldent state t each
era' association, and Professor T. J.
Gary of Clackamas county: "Brewk.
Tennyson, Never the
Mrs, pessls JEvsna
Urea It Break." Te
. Tomorrow's full
CoodSet for '
1 in, , proni
or teeth, with
out plates, per
Oold Filling, ntt from.
Silver Fillings, ud from
Enamel Finings, up from.
porcelain ....... S3.00-S5.00
Painless attraction. ....... .50e
A guarantee for 10 yeara with
all work. Lady attendant. .
Lily Dental Co.
nrxjto aits cotox iibiite
Opening evening until . t and
Sunday until 1 p. m.
Some Phon A1010. 1 ' "
Paetfl ataea rhea PaeUla-ltaa.
I !v j r. 1
JJThc Lusual coffee is ! poor
Stuff;" tie substitutes
worse; there's plenty ' of
-rood, v -
, ..... r ... . . t
Tear grecerremr year boost It ra doat
Hks Schniist' Bert: we er hla.
scnool; 11:00, Chautauqua forum, under
the direction of Mr. Kv Emery Dye,
Afternoon 1 :1, concert. Chemawa In
dian sohool batjd; 1:00. reading. Profes
sor Knox; leotureJ'Bounclnr th Blues,"
Dr. Stanley U Krehe; 1:10, baseball,
Trunkmaker va. North Pacifies; T:l,
concert. Chemawa Indian school band:
1:00, grand concert tinder direction of
Dr. R. A. Heritage, dean of the con
servatory of mualo of Willamette unl
verslty. . ' , . ; v
Vref erred seeek eaaumad ereada,
. Allen lewis- Ueat Brand, ,
Oar stock of men's furnishing goods was , never ,
. more complete, nor did wc ever quote such low
prices on. such elegant merchandise. ; -C
Men's 50c Foulard and ImpV Reps; Silk Neckwear
on sale at .V . ......... 25c
Men's 75c Balbriggah Underwear at. . . . . ,45c
'1 Men's $1.00 Golf Shirts with or without cuffs at-i
tached on sale at j .... i . .". ....... . 65c
- Men's $1.00 Cauze Lisle Underwearsleeveless; 75c"
-Men's $2.00 Bathing Suits at. ...... . , , , . . . .$li5
Men's $2.50 Bathing Suits at. . . . .$1.35
Men's $10 Bathing Suits at.....,. .V. .$1.15;
Men's and Boys'$1.00 lathing Suits...... . . . 75c
We save youN many dollars on your midsummer
wants. ', " ' t t; . .;
i The Chicago
69-71 THIRD STREET
V Not ;
m lMv fill
Hand Embroidered and
j . ...L"rlSM& t Order for (5.00
-This special pric is made to introduce
our new shirtwaiitj and many other de
igns in band embroidery. - . .. ,
no. 300, enctly like eot, dalntny nsnd
embroidered- In avtltt. shadow or fat
Franca work. Tha ciio styU, high '
uality of mtterlal aa4 neat werkmaaw
hl will be mrecktad bf thee woo
njoy wearing ths genuine. ,
Exclusive PattmInmecfcm hwitid .
,Tas Vssulseraft Shop, stt waatdagwa M.. Iirtlsa4, Ors.
A Shirt From Our Tailors
fn a triafinw rrimftiriiflAti 1f -. 1 aI. t '
quality of materials, accuracy of . perfect comfort, exdus
ivenesi of pattern, a shirt that pleases a man, not only Wax
x;'.; but all the time; nuff said. , Vr
THE JACOBS GHIRT CO.
SUrk St, Bet Fourth and Fifth. v . Portland, Or