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L ., I P-. .SJiftTlNM BANK DEPARTMENT.
Par1nV.-"k. .Tvlng? ffntsT 1"'". " 'P-
nERCH ANTS' NATIONAL BANK PorUand. Oregon. '..',-' Vlca-Presldent
Available to All Parts of tha World. Collections a Specialty. ,
neWl ft'SkEfc and &T.ne 0 JbTf'm.ndnp!
WW. R. WM ACBrA?f..f I J T. BURTCHAELL. . . . Aa. t Manager
TTIRST NATIONAL BANK Portland. Or. Oldeat National Bank an Paclfle Coaat
T"i . ,.. .h a at . TNTTT-.iTT-l tli AAA AAA AA r'-
L CAPITAL AND BURPX.UB.
v. la jnuaA 4
J. W. KKWKIRK
. . .Caablor
Portt ivn trttht COMPANY OF OREOON Tha Oldest Truat Compsnyla
On. RKSoraraS OVER ..00. Oenaral Banking Two per cent
InTeVest on chick "shunts even hundreds) on dally balancaa of $404 of
mr Liters ?et crtolt ad e" "binge on all parts of the world. Bange se
cant., t'". : to, 'ztsiisJS'--
OT U??&T?S? AS !!& h.nga
B. LEE PAGET..
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SrtaBrSnaar.l-B5kU.ni SAVINO DEPARTMENT InW
C F ADAMS. " . .7. . .PrHl I U A. LEWIS Flrat Vlca-Pr-.idarit
X U JII...Snj Vlra-Pr-ldant B. G JUBITZ. ......... .Baoratary
T. xr" oeq. b. RU88ELL Aaalatant Bacratary - .
TITLE GUARANTEE TRUST COMPANY. Waahlnrton . "
T JMORTQAQIB LOANS ON Portland Haal Eatata at Lowaat Rataa. ,
: . Titla Ibaurad. Abatraeta Furnlnhad. ,( .
J. THORBURW ROSS.. Proaldant I JNO. ,T4"HISON. ...... .Baotary
OBORQB H. HILL Vlca-Praaldant T.-T. BURKH ART Traaauraf,
' ' BONDS AND IXTESTMENTS. -
wv ORRIS BROTHERS. Cnatnbar of Commarea Bulldln.
ill Mnnlclpal. Ballroaa and Public i Barrloa i Cterporatlow Bonda.
D" oWNlNi-HOfKlNS " COMPACT EaUbUahad lll--BROKEBa. . . . 31
STOCK 8, BONDS. O RAIN Boa trbt and Sold tor Caah and ea Kargta.
Privata Wlraa. ROOM 4 CHAMBER Of COMMERCE. - Phona Main tt.
blrtr, ath at, near Waahlnrton.
T- GRAIN. PROVISIONS, COTTON, STOObCS AND BONDS.
U WB DO A 8TRICTLT COMMISSION BUSINESS. .
Continnona Marketa by Prlvata Wlra. Quick Barrlea. ' . '
SHOWCASES AND FIXTCKES
SHOWCASES OF EVERT DESCRIP
tloa; bank, bar and atora flxturaa
mada to ord rr. Tba LuUa Manufao-
t v rt n r Co.. Portland.
Ja. rt. birdsaLL. designer: aot. m.
Winter Lumbar Co. 7 Hamilton bldtr.
' THE SRWINO MACHINE- REPAIR CO,
171 Flrat at. formerly machinist for
the Bln.er Bewlna Machine comwiy.
All klnda of machine rer i work at
loweet rate; tha onlr gaaollna anrlna
" expert on tha P-Cclrio coaat. Homa
. Phone A 10. . " ,
PORTLAND SAFE CO, SOLE AGENTS
for Herrinit-Hall-Manrln aafea and
.Manraneae Steel Safe Co.'B bank aafea;
20 aecond-hand fireproof aafea and bank
aafea, Terr cheap. Sea them or wrlta
tin. t 7th at '
. DIEBOLb MANGANESE SAFE8
Lara llnea carried. Lock-onta "P"1
- Jacka, Jalla. metal furniture. Both
' phonea. J. E. Davla. f Id.
Annrv BuDDllea: ' repalra. Ralelin
-fclda -tfr- and-Waehlnr"- ata.
' PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
' TOWEL- SUPPLY
CLEAN TOWELS DAILY COMB.
brush, aoap, ii per monin. ""
laundry Towel Supply Co, th and
: 'ouch ata. Phone 41
WARREN CONSTRUCTION CO.
Street parlnc, aldewalka and crose-
THE BARBf"r ABPHALT PAVINO c6.
. of Portland. Office 466 Woreeaterblk,
TRANSFER AND HACLINO
tnita. 114 Lumber Eichanr.
C. O. PICK OFFICE tl 1ST ST, BB
tween Stark and Oak ata; phona S4.
.Planoa and furniture mored and packed
for shipping': oommodloua brick ware
house with aeparata Iron rooms. Front
ana t. iy -win.
.Henry Roe. . - W. A. CI eland.
(rMn1 trfr and -tormK; xfl.
pianos and furntttir wotM, packad and
-Li -A AB rVaitr at - Sawth AhftflM. :
"Van h6&M transfer a STORA6d
t-O, inc. rurnnure enu iiii ,V .1
- a aneclaltv: atoraae warehouse. 40-41
Sd at., co-ner Aah. Phone Main iis.
PENiNfitlLAR EXPRESS A BAGGAGE
Tranafar. 21 Aiaer at. ruwa mj
. ORfiGON TRANSFER C6, 114 N.'aTtt
Main 4f. HaTy baullnic and atoraae.
"TIffDefffiNDENt BAGGAda TftANS-
jmr v-o. mora;. i piara. main wvr.
WHOLESALE JOBBERS ,
DI8TRIBUTOR8 OF FINE dOXBS,
fuki LjAINii, unLmn
EVEM)iNO ." FARRfcl-Lj
anil runiiiu.Kiuu 1 1 1 .i . . . .
at, Portland, or.- ynone aiam n,
Pita jAM lrURNltURE UANUFAC
turlnit CoT Manufacturera of furni
ture for the trade, roniano, vr.
TVADilAii' 4k C6, WHOLESALE GRO
eera, maoufacturera and commission
, merrha'ta. tn ana imn eta.
"J-URNltURE MANUFACTURING AND
apeclal orders. L. Rurensky'a furni
ture factory. "iBT rront at
XLLENf 4k LEWIS, (J6MMI8SION AND
produce merchanta. Front and Davla
: era., rnniann. vr.
Wholesale crockery and
Claaawara. Praal, Hesale 4k Co, Port'
THE OREGON CHEESE CO. INO
Cheese, butter, anaa, are, oairy prod
ucts boufht or handled on commission.
12 4tD at tSwatland bld(.). Portland,
LEWI8-8TENQER BARBERS' SUPPLY
Co, Barbers' Hupplles, Barbara' Fur
. nfture. Barbers' Chaira ldth A Morrison.
avqtjst , , w; tminin 11,
- isv.u. r--;
Chicago and return. 171.(0.
Ft Louis and return, f 47.1a
t't raut. Minneapolis. Duluth, Supe
rior. Winnipeg and Port Arthur and re
turn, iso. , v ..
S-TAINS DAILY 3
fnr ''kfs. sle'plns; car reservations
snl ed.i" !i"l l"(.irmatlon, call on or
Kliifi Ji. L'lCK.'t'N. C P. A T. A.
i:i Tsrr,n r, pobtXiAsTD, om.
T-.Vi bones: Main ISO. Home A-tllf.
ISSUED Available la
W. A, HOLT
a ( a an lsr
- Established lift..
J. W. LADU.
, .vewo-, -
I W. C ALVOHD.
Second Aest Caahlar
. V. a rww.e a ...- r
i m . . iinHliiiil Oram
W. S. Spokaaa, My It,
Ml Atta-.a. m.U. Qaaaa,
S. tnnatma ............. ...,4-aly XT
' a . AaVaA;BOTr.u.
Kkafwa;-) snkar faneaa aad -way porta.
K. . C Oo-'a KamboUt. . . . Jolyt, It, M
City af Seattle nly a, BO
Oottaca City, Tla Sitka, TalJ 14, M
MAM rSAJTCZSOO BOVTS.
Baniac t a. av Trom Seattla.
Preeldent Xntr f
City of raabla July a
Somoma July 11
City COoe, S4t lTaanlatrtoa Bt.
Ho! For Astoria
Daily (except Thursdays)
treat . deck T a. m. :
OMT FACITIO ITIAkUUf OO.'M
Steamships R 8 AM tKE '
" and GEO. W . ELDER
Sail for Etireka. San Franctaoo and "Loa
Angeles direct ovary Thursday at I p. m.
ticae euice is intra, near Aiuir.
Phrnea M. lilt H. YOUNG. Agent
Colombia River Scenery
- uavuioi un mtmammm.
Delhj eervtae bstwesa ' Pertleed ead Tke
Dalleateaseet aaaoay,- nwrrbaf Partuad at
f - a. ar ' arrhriag akeat a. , earryktg
frelcht aad eassesaefa. kleaUS aaaaiaiga
Uosa tot eatflts a4 Ufeetoca.
Deck feat ef Alder et, Pwtlsadt M ef
Ceert et. The DsIIm. PbaM Msle B14. rertlsad.
.. Mexican.;.' .
awktkly U tha
vary sors af tha .
dleaaaa aa ataaa
tha aaaat alasp sst, .
Oaraa svary allaieel
. af Maa at Bsaat : T
, that flews, haaaat
' Unlmaat aaa swra.
ona batter, .
',' Nona aa oowa. ;
1 I 1 1 Haw JtU gsntwk.
"tncv aoerr oaaoa ao ouwaM
Have-LIllOCOBD" eyelet VattoBbolea,
. mmmj wo vniMB. airvov e aeie.
aaa. r.tag a oa, an i , i Taov.auv.
MSTOBIg TITAUTT-B.ve eared fbeassnds
ef cases ef Merrose Debility sad tasnsisls.
Th7 '" 'h tr,.h tla. ehvatathm,
anke eigssttoa rrfw v4 inpsrt a magnetfe
f tb wb -"as- All Srsine aad f n.
steeped BsraiaaeaUr. tl.Oe pt bm. Mm.
gesraateeil te rate er refss wtrnwr. to. MsIImi
ersMHi. nous rres, firatia m4. Oe., MS
em bi, raiuiKipBia. ani4 fortland esly
n " wuwsrv. visrs at UB,
r i n m v
Y: : ' MM
.an i aaa
CAPTURED DY HIS
Chinese Sailor on Board the
Strathnairn Was in Fer
TAKEX TRISONER AND
CONDEMNED TO DEATH
Penalty : ImpoaWI br SaHor With
Whom He Waa Worklnf Eacaped
br Jumping OrerboartJ Afraid to
Retara to III Oriental Homo.
Captured and condemned to :deatu by
hla owa people for bain a Bpy. but aue-
ceaaful In hl ffort to aacape oarora
tha penalty was Inflicted, Mol Gat a
Korean Bailor on tha British Btaamar
Stratbnalrn, which arrived In port laat
Monday, has experienced a world of ax
Tan yaara and mora avo Mol waa a
well-to-do merchant in Chefoo During
the Oil nese-Japanese war ha waa dolna
detail ooaat work for one of tha Chinese
admirals In a three-maated schooner
wljlrh ha owned." One during the night
when an enaaaement with tha Japanese
fleet -waa bourlv expected. Mot waa sail
ing not a ret distance from ehore In
the vicinity of the Chinese vessels and
waa captured by a crew la a battlaahlp'B
He waa taken on board where, he aaya,
without tha formality of trial tha aen-
tence of death for being- a epy waa pro-
nounoea. ' He waa not even permniea o
give an explanation of hla poaitlon. Mol
waa given in cnarge ox a coupn vi
amardB and inarched aft Before be
could be put In lrona, however, he
struck one of hla countrymen In tha
mouth, with his powerful flat felling
him ta tbdeekw-wrenetd himself lot
from tha "other and plunged overboard.
Mol is a powerful c
six feet tall, tha aw
was calm and ha
swam towards shore as rapidly as poa
slble. A cry of alarm waa raleed on
board tha battleahlp. boata wars lowered
and several times Mol was In 1m
mlnent danger of being recaptured, nut
the darkness aavad him and ha swam
and floated to reat himself alternately
for hours until ha readied an ore.
Fearful of returning to Chefoo ha
mada hla wav down tha eoaat SDendlna
aeveral waeka on tha Journey and final-
ly ahlpped from a aoutnern port to Ma
nila. Hera ha secured pasaaga on a vea
ael bound for Liverpool. For 10 years
Mol has been before tba mast afraid to
return to his owa country, whlehi be
aaya. even now would carry out tha sen
tence Imposed upon - mm t aecaae ago.
eeveraj montna ago moi anippea irum
aallor boardlna house In London on
board the Strathnairn bound for 'Port
lan.l. His relatives In China he knows
nothing about They believe him dead,
ho aaya in his broken English, and It Is
better ao for hla own country ha has
been forever barred from entering, un
less It be In danger of loalng his Ufa
. RIVER TRAFFIC. HEAVY '
Upper Colambla Preaaea Nw Hoata
Trafflo in tha upper, river regions
contlnuea , heavy . duVIng tha summer
months and tha growth of business and
oaraoea In that aectlon la shown by tha
number of boata operating In connection
with new vessels ntdeu bivva.beea
pressed Into aervlce. s
The steamer Norma, bwped by Jacob
Kamm of Portland, which haa been
oDeratlna between Celllo and Alnsworth
is now running to JUparla, to accommo-I
data trarnc. it la oeing uaeo aa a con
struction boat by the Portland 4V Seattla
Railway company. Tha steamer Yakima,
owned by a railroad construction com
pany, la operating between Alnsworth
and Rlparia and the steamer Rough,
which la being built by Dan Melda at
Alnsworth. will operate between Lewie
ton and Asotin. :
Tha Matta C. Hoover la running be
tween Kennewlck and Hoover and .the
atearaer Relief, tha Open River Trans
portation company's boat Is handling
trafflo between Celllo and Umatilla.
The latter la the only river boat doing
a commercial business, the others being
owned by private Arms. The Relief, al
though handling a good portion of tha
up-river traffic, is not receiving the
support from- the shipping public that
It deserves. . ,
LEASE WESTPORT DOCK
Abrrdera CommlsaloncTa Fix Charges
- for Ensuing Tear. ,. .' ' ,
j Rtdi: Pfapstck te The JoenuL)
Aberdean, July 14. Tba county com
missioners have turned tha dock at
Westport over to the Westport Dock
company, which has leased it from the
county on a It-year's lease, binding Itself
to keep It In repair for that time. The
com miss loners - fixed a . schedule of
charges for dockage for tha year to
coma. . .
FLEET TIES UP
Dullness of Lumber Trade Affects
Aberdeen Shipping. ,
1 (Jearaal Bpectal Berrlee.) ' ' '
AprdeeBLWaahj uly JO. Aa. un
usually larga fleet of veasela for this
season Is now In port, but not ail of
them have charters. It is reported on
food authority that soma of them will
le up for a time and wait further
ordera Tha dullnesa In tha lumber trade
Is affecting the ship chandlers, who say
that only those articles that are abso
lutely necessary are now being bought
by tha captains and ownera,
' ALONG THE WATERFRONT
; Ths - American steamer Lyra," Mil
tons, has been chartered by tha Port
land Lumber company to load lumber
for Panama. The vassal Is now at Seat
tla. The board of directors of tha Open
river Transportation company will hold
a business meeting this week, the date
as yst not bain- definitely determined.
This will be the first meeting since tha
steamer J. N. Teal went Into commis
sion on the Columbia.
The Japanese steamer Manahu Mara,
which haa been In port for soma time,
will soon be ready to clear for Yoko
hama. She has taken on board 17.711
barrels of flour snd 400,000 feet of lum
ber all consigned to Japanese ports,
and i a -expected to clear this port to
The steamer Mountain Gem bears n it
erating yeste-day between -Alne worth,
at the mouth of th Snake river, and
Priest Rapids, a distance of 71 mllea
The boat la being uaed exclusively by
the 'Hanford Irrigation company, whloh
Is Irrigating a segregation of land on
the east bank of the river.' The Open
River Transportation company uaed her
leat year between Celllo and Kennewlok.
Tha local trafflo tn that region, whloh
Is extremely heavy, is being handled by
W.R. Todd. . , . , . .
The Alliance sails tonight with a full
cargo and full passenger list for Coos
Tha Redondo Is due tomorrow from
Pugrt sound, where she haa been load
ing H.-e fur Portland firms.
, . MARINE NOTES
Pan rranclBco, July 10. Arrived,
steamer Thomas Li Wand, from Colum
bia river. Hailed at II noon, steamer
Columbia, for Portland.
Astoria, July Left up at 11:10 p.
m, steamer Argyll. Arrived at 1:10
and left up at 4:10 p. m., steamer Au-
'ACCIDENT" TO IMPRESARIO
CAUSED ABANDONENT OF SHOW
Sailors on tha cruiser Charleston were
chagrined laat night because of tha
"accident" , that happened to , tha Im
presario Of tha mlnatrel ahow that had
been -arranged. Tha sailors had 'ar
ranged to- give a minstrel performance
at the Oaks, beginning laat night Tha
proeeeda were to have been ttaed for tha
purchase of a library for tha ahlp.
Details of the show were in the hands
of R. H. Caswell, who had completed
arrangementa. At tha e peel fled time
laat night however, the mlnatrel troupe
failed to a D Dear. Man v natrlotln nltl.
sena of Portland had gone to the park
solely for tha purpose of contributing
by attendance to the library fund. But
they waited . In Tain; no minstrels ap
peared. ananager caswau atartad an tnveatiga.
DOCKET IN L
FOR JUNE TElifil
Of Its Fifty-Four Civil pases
Eleven Are Suits for
V Divorce, ' T
(peeUl Dlspatsh te The TeqrasL)
Albany. Or, July 19. Circuit court.
department No. I. Judge William Gallon
way presiding, will convene in Albany
next Monday tn tha regular June term
with a docket of (4 civil caaea, of which
11 are dlvoroe case a. . Tha docket Is
follows: In tha matter ef tha asalgn-
ment of A.' F. Hamilton, an Insolvent;
in tha matter of tha assignment of
F. Read, an Insolvent: Emellne Hassler
et aL va. WlllUm Oarland et al, parti
tion: Brownsville Woolen Mills company
injunction; Margaret ttyie vs. nooeri aa.
Crawford, accounting: W. W. Hay va.
Jerry Ha et al, foreclosure of mort-
Jkawara rv. nixon at ai. va. jamea
ton et al, partition: Mahala War-
t ai. va Dora E. Warner at al.
partition; B. W. Forbea vs. Anna O.
wins ei aj.. luraciuiun oi nwiBfii
Qeorgs M. Clark va L. 8. Clark et aL,
E art i uon; ferry omun et ai. va. Bantu
. Smith et at, partition; F. M. West
as administrator of the eatata of El S.
Weat deceased, va. M. T. Rowell at al.
to set aside deed; Ruby Thompson et at
va Mellesa Oravea and David Graves,
Ktrtltlon; Edith I. Hardee ty va Henry
ardeety. divorce: Ida E. Ewlng va. H.
C. Ewlng. to set aside deed; Wilson A
Watson vs. Maggie Bulllvaa, te oafoo
soeclflo performance of contract: Wil'
aon A Watson va Henry Stuhlman.
samet - Wilson A Watson vs. Elisabeth
i. Lea at ai, sama; wuaon watson
va. Mary Lamks. name: application of
John Flnley to. register tlUe va, A. C.
Hall et aL, application No. 11; Marvin
Martin at al. -vb.- O.-B. YtcklnBon et al.
action for daraagea; Haran a. karris vs.
M. Han-la. divorce; Louis Schults et aL
V. VIIU BUUUIU V u, 4". "null. nai j
Zaatrow Vm, Duleena J. Usher et aL, to
set aside deed; Percy R. Kelly vs. city
of Albany. Injunction: Dora H. Warner
va. R. E. Warner et al, partition; J. K.
Weatherford et ai va. Ann Constable,
partition; Thomas Slate et al. vs. O. W.
Blmpaon at al, partition; Eber H.
Kbooes va. xmn county ana josepn
Wool bridge, writ of review; It C. Mahon
n, w, u. uiaas et at, injunction: jura.
C. A. Cummlnxs va. W W, Craft and
Lydla Craft , foreclowura of mortgage:
application of Mary Belle Elkloa va all
whom It may concern, to.reglster title
Hlnd; application of William " M.
Brown vs. tj. H. Kaiaton at sj, to regis
ter title to land: Lewis F. Kelly va
Rosa Kelly, divorce; Anna M. McDanlel
and L. F. McDanlel vs. uclen M. Buck
nan et al., part ttlon; Lydla V. Craft va.
W. W Craft divorce; C. E Vaaderpool
vs. Effeland vanderpool. divorce; George
Dow va Minnie B. Dow, divorce; Frank
McClung va Anna . McClung, divorce;
Albrrtlna Krleael vs. Hana F. W.
Krlesel. divorce; Ruth Boggs va. Henry i
Hogga, aivorce; iewis a. Atarsiere va.
Olive E. Marsters, divorce; Merchants'
xavings et i mat company, a corpora
tion, vs. J. B. Tlllotson et aL, fore
closure of mortgage; Frank Kleman va.
James B. Stearna, foreclosure of mort
gage; application of Charles W. Gibson
vs. Alex Power et al, to register title;
Margaret A. - French - vs. George I.
French, divorce; 8. H. Walden va Ed
ward walden, divorce; application of
William R. Brennar va. Emma A. Watts
et al, to register title to land; IL W.
Br.ttlemlre and Lydla Settlemlra vs. R.
G.. Fanning et ai, partition.
ralla, froc-. San Francisco. Arrived down
at ( p -m, tug Samson.
Yokohama, Jury Bailed July I,
German eteamer-Nlcomedia, for- Port-
Shanghai. July 1. Arrived previously.
British steamer Strathclyde, front Part
land. - - -
en Franclaco, July Sailed at It
noon, staamer Atlaa. for Portland, and
tug Dauntless, for Columbia river.
Astoria, July 10. Condition of tha
bar at I a. m, smooth; wind northwest
11 miles; weather cloudy.-.
Tides at Astoria Today Hign water,
0:14 a. m, 1.7 feet; 1:17 p. m, 4.4 feet
Low water, 7:11 a. m, 4.1 feet; 4:14 p.
m, S.T feet ; -
(.Continued from Page Ona V
tainly like a breath of cool spring to
step Into tha corridors after leaving
tha hot July street below. Tha elevator
cages were covered with greens from ths
woods, and Oregon grape, fragrant cedar
and fir bough a. and fluffy ocean apray
mingled prettily. .. . :
The tables representing the divisions
Into which tha schools were divided for
convenience In awarding prises, were
covered with white cloths and adorned
with graceful elronds of sword, fern. Tha
vartoua dowis oi sweet peas were ar
ranged on the tables by the committee,
although tba individual arrangement of
each exhibit was not changed In the
slightest manner, oven to changing from
a pickle Jsr to a water glass.
Tha aweet neas showed good work on
the part of the little gardenera. One
of the largest exhibits, a beautiful bou
quet of large white peas with long green
tendrils mixed In, was raised entirely by
iirti ii-vear-oid sin wno aia ail ner
work even to the digging up and culti
vating of tha ground. Soma of tha bou
quets were arranged with reference to
colors ana oniy uiose ok nwinuiuiiiis
ttnte in nlnk and red or In lavender
and purple bad been picked. Others
combine all tha natural colors of tha
blossoms. . . -"
Some were arranged with aapararus
fern or maidenhair brought from the
woods to separata tha blossoms which
have so HtUs foliage to o. this task.
Others were arranged tightly together
n one unbroken mass of flowsra The
Individuality of tha exhibitors waa of
ten shown In tha arrangement of tha
flowers. And soma had mada their ex
hibits mora attractive by decorating the
baskets that held me riowers wits smiy
colored ribbon to match tha flowers.
' Many people called to see the exhibit
and many-compliments wera passed on
the children's work. The plan waa In
augurated only a year ago and this la
tha second annual exhibit In the fall
after school reopens there will be a
similar exhibit for the boys shewing
the potatoes and popcorn they have
raised, end another for the girls showing
The children have fallen In with Mr.
Robinson's nlan with enthusiasm and
mini mora undertook the work this
year than last Some of the school.
children wera present this afternoon
with broad smiles of ownership on
their faces and their evident delight In
their own handiwork as well aa Tn the
beautiful flowers before them waa
tlon and discovered that tha Impresario
of ths Improvised troupe had jamal"
In town later yeaterday afternoon than
ordera permitted. He la i said . Jo have
been battling bravely with stein; j and
similar weapons and to have Buffered
defeat Aa punishment for his .acta he
waa ordered in confinement by the com
manding officer, where ha must remain
for a certain time. " ' ' ' m
Aa a reeult of the downfall of the
Impreesarlo others of the trouna felt
unable to fill the appointment at the
park. They were convinced of their In
ability when an order waa Issued com
manding all members of the company
to remain on board yeaterday evening.
That la bow the library fund on the
orulser Charleaton la not a number of
nickels and dimes larger today, and that
la why thoae who weat to, tha Oaks to
hear the eailora sing wer disappointed.
shown in tha manner In which, they
gently caraased tha bloasoms.
. The Oregon stats congress of mothers
and the Multnomah County Teaohers'
Progressive club managed tha display
of flowera which was opened to the Pub
lic at 1 o'clock and will be open till 0
tonight The awards wera made by a
committee of expert florists, Mr. Walker
of Forest Grove, B. F. Padrtck and Mrs.
George Felts of this city. The com
mittee In charge consists of Mrs. .Trum
bull. Mra Clark. Mrs. Col welt Mrs.
Donald and Mra. Smith. . ,-
OF KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
VT- (Jearaal Special terries.) J.
Saratoga. N. Y, July 10. Competitive
drills wera the feature of this, tha third
day of tha triennial conclave of Knights
Templars. With, waving plumes and
clanking swords tha bands Of gallant
knights met la tha field of honor and
drilled before youth and beauty and
brave swords at tha celebrated Saratoga
race track. Though tired after the long
parade of yesterday, tha Knights buckled
to their task with vim and spirit sus
taining tha reputation they hold for per
fect military maneuvers in tba field.
Tha pretty evolutions of tha aeveral
commandertea won salvos of applause
from tha great -field of Bpectatora. All
tha Masonic smblema wera formed by
tha Knights on tha field, and cheer
after cheer rang out aa tha gallant
handa evolved crosses, triangles and
echelons In .rapid succession. In Con
vention hall tonight in ths presence of
a host Of pretty women and luiignta la
uniform," the winning oommanderlea will
be presented with four handsome em
blams in token of their skill.
LOUISVILLE MAN IS
:t killed by cyclone
a ' (Jearaal BoeeJal Berrlee.) '
fjoulsvu.o, Ky, July 10. -Wind TjIs'Wvt
Ing it miles an nour created navoo in
this city yeaterday, killing Frank Leh
man -and injuring a number of othera.
Treimn waa killed by a falling cornice.
Tha property loss la estimated at 1140,-
00. -r -. .
Reed-French demonstration sal a
page 4. - y
(Continued from Page One.) .
haa bean hesitating to admit his newly
formed connection and his advertise
ments until yesterday left tha fact in
doubt In today's proclamation Lawson
urges tha pnblio to buy Bt Paul railroad
and Amalgamated Copper atocks, and he
aaye plainly: :.-- -
- - "Both companies are controlled - and
managed by William Rockefeller and
Henry H. Rogers." Ha praises Rogers
aa the "ablest all-round financier In tha
world." and Rockefeller as one who Is
up to bis Ideal of a "good, wholesome
man, made In tha Image of hla God." -Lawson
Is somewhat apologetic In thla
advertisement So far tha public does
not appear to have bitten at Lawaon's
f romlae of a great rise la - prloaa of
wrefened Stock Oaaaed Ooeda.
Allen A Lewis Best Brand.
(Continued front Psao Ona.)
dent and In order to rfet money to Pfy
tho bills, forged these checka I was
married laat September and have an In
fant son- that was born omv last monin.
"When I realised tba seriousness of
what I had done. I tried to earn money
to repay what I had obtained, but had
not succeeded when I waa arreated."
Wiley said he waa 10 yeara of age
and .had never been in trouble neiora
Hit wife la now living with a cousin in
California. She had tried to go to work
to-help repay the money secured by the
forged checks, said Wiley, but waa ao
weak that she could not work. - .
Judge Sears sentenced Wiley to an In
determinate period of not leaa than two
nor mora than JU yeara in tno peniten
tiary. - -
, "Ha3f:iast eleven" wlll go . down ln
history. , ..
",' "Half past seven" will surprise yov.
"sfalf past seven." Walt and see.--
.-TO MEET AT HAGUE
(Jearaal Special Berries .)
Tha Hagna, July 10. Tha session of
tha International Zionist congress to be
held here next month Is expected to be
tho moat Important meeting In tba his
tory of thla organisation, which has for
Its 'chief aim tha. creation of a legally
secured homo for Jewish people In Pal
eatlne. Tho Jews throughout tho world
will be represented at tha congress. Del
egations from tha Federation of Amer
ican Zionists will have a prominent part
In tha meeting. One of tha reaaons for
tha selection of The Hague as tha meet
ing place of tha eongreaa Is believed to
be the desire of the Zionist leaders to
bring their Palestine project to the at
tention of Tha Hague peace congress
and The Hague tribunal, Tha congress
haa fixed upon August 14 as Its opening
date, and the sessions will continue
about ona week. - .
It la something
("Half paat seven." Wait for tL'
"""Half past - seven." Inveetlgata.
"Half past seven" wilt surprise you.
KILLS WOMAN AND '
- 'TAKES HIS OWN LIFE
. (Jearaal Specie! service.)
- Fort Worth, July 10. Charles Bate
man shot snd killed Joeie Coleman,
fatally wounded her brother Edward and
blew off hla own head today. ,
Idaho's Endeavor Delegation.
' (".Dedal Dleptteh'te The Jearaal.)
Bolae, Ida, July 10. Idaho Is to have
a delegation of nearly 104 at tha Chris
tian Endeavor -convention at Seattla
The delegation from Bolae and vicinity,
headed by Jamee Ellis, president ef the
state association, waa met at Nampa by
the delegatee from Pocatello and other
towna in southeastern laano. .
, "Half pest seven." Investigate
Eastward from Portland,
Fast Through Service
. apolis, . with connections lor all joints asl
! Pullrnan Standard Sleeping Cars '.v'.V..:-;'.
1 Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars . V ' ...
Through Dining Cars c : " " . ;
-, High Back Day Coaches - !
Northern Pacific-Burlington Through Service Daily
to Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and Southwestern
' -.r-r - - " - Points. l.'' : .: J. , Lv.
Northern: Pacific Railway
ot amy infimnafloa, eaU om ot wriwi ,
' A. 2. OXABXTOV, "aW 9. 9, M-T
Vtokot orioe Taixd
THS MANUFACTURERS OF OOLDKN GRAIN GRANULES
. v. - " T HAVE CAPTURED -
Tha capital of tha state of Oregon snd county seat of Marion county,
15400 population, 100-foot streets,-17 churches, four banks, Indian
training school, deaf and dumb school, state penitentiary, insane
atrium and other state institutions.. ASK ANY OF THE FOLLOW
ING FIRMS IN SALEM FOR A PACKAGE OF - ;
Gol to Grain Granules
The cereal health coffee (100 per cent pure), which makes everybody
stronc who drinks it regularly; it taates swelL, 26 per package. .
RUTHERFORD, ft DOE
FARRINGTON ft VAN PAT-
.; :,...TON -l.'-iXL. -lH.
M. BRANSAN ;-
' BELLE ' ft STIFFLER : f.
f GIBLET-ft -CO. -7-
rrr L. H. SCHULTZ .Z ; 1
. MOIR ' GROCERY CO. .
WOMAN A SPECIALTY
a. w rrsiAjr
Tha onlv Chinssa 1 woman
doctor lb thla city. Bhe
haa cured ' many afflicted
sufferers, Cured- private
and female diseases, also
throat and 'lung - troubles!
stomach bladder snd kidney
and diseases of all kinds
that tha human flesh la
heir to. Cured by Chlneee
herbs and roots. Remedies
h.rmiMe. : No - operations. Honest
treatment' ExamlnaUon free. . IJ t-iay
St., comer Tniro. '
;e, ; :; v
t trnlon"Paciflo Bridge Site.
lpsel nispetca te The earsaLt
- Aberdeen, Waah., Jul 10. It Is re
ported that Major Chittenden, the gov
ernment's engineer, has at last decided
to grant the requeat of the Union Pa
clfle for Its bridge across tho Chehalle
river at the place dealred.
v yov ursa
Is out of order. You go to bed in a
bad humor and get up with a bad taste
In your mouth. You want something
to stimulate your liver. Just try Her
bine, the liver regulator. A positive
cure for constipation, dyspepsia and all
liver complaints. Mra,. F Fort
Worth, Texaa, writes:
"Have used lierblne In my family for
rear a Words can't express what I
hlnk about It. Everybody In my house
hold sre hsppy and well, and we owe It
to Uerblne' Bold by all druaalsta. .
"Tl THA cs a rul" Cocca
1 llLlw is most appr
dated. .The housewife who
serves Ghlrardelll's delic
ious Cocoa for the breakfast
of Tier loved ones does
much to prepare then to
meet all . conditions of
weather, work and worry.
It lightens her own labors
also to --I-'
- aillilll . k7
Tcoma, Seattla, and Spokane-
to StTPaul and Mlnne-
oregoa. - ,-
ROTH ft EPPLEY
ArL. HARVEY "
DAMON ft FOSTER
F. O. B0WERS0X
-'70."K. STORE 7
rtohlng, Bleeding, Pro-
Without pais er eattlng?.
Call as write
DK. T. .1. PICRCU
IS! rtrat 9U Vortland. Or.
, qutokly and aafely relieved by
St rears of ouree.
- "Tsstss ake eeda water."
At Drastists everywhere, loo. and t '
It '. ft- '