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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. MONDAY. EVENING, JULY 15, K
HAYASHI WILL FIGHT FOR
-- Imported That Negotiations for a New Treaty Are Now
" Being: Carried on and That .Mikados Rep:e- ,
v -: sentatlYWill Demand Concessions.
L . .- Uaeraal luck BanrfeeJ '
"v7nahJngton. D. C July Is MaatiJ!
. Msujukawa, a Jspanese lawyer now
"staying at Washington, but formerly of
San Francisco, whsre he wss aald to
" represent als countryman In their pro
' teat aver tho segregratlon of Japanese
pupils la tha publlo schools. la
sued., a statement to tha effect that he
Is. advised ot treaty negotiations , be
" tween this country and Japan, ...
According1 "to Manujukawat Ototgka
Yamoaks and '. T. Fujloka. of Tokl.
cabled to San Franciaco, from whence
the message was transmitted to Wssn-
lngton. Information that they had ben
. accorded a- two houra' conference With
- Foreign - Minister - HayeahV . who told
them that he would never consent to
' ear treaty la which tha exclusion of
la aald to nave stated that Ambassador
Wright bad been, negotiating for weeks
with the object of gaining such con-
eeaalona. lamaoke la aald to have
stated that he asked why Hayaahl had
not made bis views public and his-answer
waa that lu the, near future ha
saight give them out ,,,.r
He Is alleged to hare aald positively
that when the new treaty waa negoti
ated article 1 of claused relating to po-
lice and Immigration would not remain
in 1U He la aald to hava stated tuTlhT
that the Japanese government had begun
negotlatione for the admission of Japa
neee aubjecta resident in Ahls country
- to naturalisation, but aa yet no satlsfao
tory anawer had been received, and that
It tnlght be decided to hava Japanese
In this country brlnarn case and that
success waa hoped f or sa Secretary
etraua waa considered friendly to the
Japanese claims for cltlsenshlp.
Aa to the aliened negotlstlons over the
new treaty, absolute denial hae been
made here that any have been la pro-
- grass. f i
:iWasbJBroft Officials 6x Two Jap
; Hr .axrostod at Forts. ,
a - - am line
j VUI Ml SJy-Jveei a-
Washington, July H. The war ds-
SAY PLAUUI6 MILL
IS A HU1SAUCE
Residents in Vicinity of Mad
ison and Fifth Complain
to City Attorney. ' -l-
Residents In tha vicinity ef Fifth and
Madison streets have filed a. long petl
" tlota Itf thaHy! attorney complaining
aboif the planing 'mill and carpenter
hop ot Lewis A Lewis, altuatsd on Mad
ison street near Fifth. It la alleged by
- the petitioners that tha buildings, -one
of which Is on one side of the street
' and the other opposite from It, are a
The Record-of tbe Week Ending July If
The advertising record for the week shows the following:
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Local, Inches ................. r
Foreign, inchet ..-
Classified and Real Estate, Inchet
The Journal leads in quantity of advertising carried by the three
daily papers of Portland tor the past week leads in paid circulation,
at well ss in volume of advertising, and in proportion to its paid
proved irculation The Journal's advertising rates are much lower
than those of any daily paper of the northwest. And those who
use The Journal as an advertising medium get results, from Port
land as well as all parts of the Oregon country. And remember
advertisers are given the privilege of examining The Journal's cir
culation records; so they can determine for themselves its quantity
and quality, and where it goes, tin other words, The Journal delivers
the goods to advertisers in full and fair measure, basing payment for
advertising upon eonditton-of -the-accuracyof its circulation" state
ments. If The Journal has not the circulation it claims the adver
tiser does not have to pay a red cent for space. And as The Journal
has the circulation, greater than any other daily paper, the adver
tiser gets more for his monexspentjffnJhyheJournal than ha
from any other daily paper. ,
. I V sr , , m -m .as. ' - m mm I
...- s a . TnvnvnnrvT v ..
';: One or Two Dollars ikchffeek.ri. (f
r V l "Thafg our plaa In a nuUhalf4 ; ' Wz 1
' 'opening a credit account with na Is ,r
OmMSan JU1 as easy as saying ta yourgroeer
fiQlh or butcher, "Charge It". There ls.no, t rS$ X1
. f eijKyl 1 .doubt about "your eredlt If jroa are ; fAr i, I v AVA
' I . disposed to act la good farthj -our . I ffIL . I ; J VH 1
5SfcllJ rma are sa easy, fain and equitable - I Ulr . "V "jHI I
'.a- -SJaaaaV that no honest person need hesitate t &yV 9Mf
fcrr.t !. Ws charge na more than were yon . , .siisss
l ' te pay essh and at prices lower than f
I 1 .' any Jewelry store In the city. . - ' fy- J
II ' . JVeet Maaaond . '.''' 7 '
'J :. ' bealeta in Oregon, ,.' : JZJ ' '
r .: V 4 THIRD mTKXKT-xl -4
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tiarhnsnt cofiflnns the arrest at flan
blega of a Jap apy And the exclodlng of
another--from - the Mare- Island, navy
yard. Ac tine Secretary of. War Alns
worth says the Jap arrested at Fort
Roaecrans waa acting. In a suspicious
manner near on ef the principal works.
The other Jap waa simply hustled off
Mara Island and further action la not
expected. Aa official report came thla
afternoon from Qenerai tension: nan
Francisco. . 1 'M'
Thla Incident recall tha ntory 'of 'fve
Japanese aald to have been detected In
Havana laat March while securing data
about the fortifies tlons there. They are
aald to have put up at a aian-prioeo
hotel and to -have spent money liberally
10 gain ineir oojeoc, out were suowwi
to go because of the reluotance or Gov
ernor Matron to areata an Inoldent. Just
when the California school incident was
being widely discussed.
. SPrre OX FliAO "....:;'
JTapaneso Englno 'Wiper ''at Los An
lea Insult American.
- v.. i ii. is viiik srarktna
as a Wiper In an ' eotfne house here,
T. YonL a Japanese, dellberatelyaaplt
upon an h-wi ' .. .-
on yesterday. Yonl a action w aeon
by white men. who charged upon hlra
and would have handled him roughly
had ha not eluded them and escaped to
a sale biding plaoe.
JapaaeM Admiral Fleaaed With His
Reception by Americans. ,
(Jearaal BeecUt errfce.. .'
T.b Tulv 1KTTnon bis . de
partura from New York, Admiral Yams
moto expressed hla appreciation of Ms
that thla country and hla can . never
come to blowe. . ' . '
The first atop to be made-by the
admiral will be Boston, after which he
will atart for the Paclflo . coasU He
will visit Montreal, Ottawa and Seattle
before sailing for home. - - - .
nuisance and a msnaoe to tha remainder
of the neighborhood. ,
1. ta complained that tha noise mad
by tne planing mill annoys tha entire
group of 'residences . surrounding It,
while- both etraoturee are -old shacki
and flretrapa '
The city attorney office la eonilder
lng the petition and will .present it to
the eouncll at fta next meeting on Wed
nesday, together with an opinion as to
what remedy Ilea In the power of the
city. . .:--. i
live wike enciucles
Its helpless victdi
(Joeraal psdU lerrlea.) - '
Boston, Msas Jyly II. -While watch-,
lng a spectacular fire in tha Columbia
Counter - company's building In South
wss Instantly killed by a falling live
wire, crowds or spectators naa narrow
escapes. - - The ahnrrng ' wire - encircled
MoQlenchjr. The six-story building waa
badly damaged. ' -
JonrnaL Oregonian. s Telegram.
,T63 6,586 , .-; 6.990...0
625 85e 481
3.553 8,066 1.530
EMMETT : DALTON FREED
FROM JAIL ON PAROLE
Last Survhor of Notorious
Gang of Outlaws Is Out
. ; of Cell on Vacation.
HAS BEEN CONFINED
1, rFOB FIFTEEN-YEARS
At End ot Fonr Month He Moat Re-
tun to Prtaon to Await Pardon,
Which, It It Reported, Will Boon
Bo Forthcoming. ".
1 (Joeraal Special errfce.l
xr.... ntf. Ma. July 11. Bswll-
Amjt k. tt Kim acanss and nsw sights.
eonfrontlng bl ayaa. Emmett Dalton.
the fx-traln. robber. Is enjoying tha first
hit frudom ha haa spent outslds of
. i. - ....l, IK vura. A ereek
prison wtuim ,u - - ' v
ago hs was granted a four, months'
parole by Governor Hocn and rsieaseu
i . . . . . f,m. mtrht rTTl. tO the
city to receive treatment for' a wound
In the shoulder, received In the famous
skirmish at CoffeyvUle. Kansas. It U
believed that a pardon Is In eight for
. t j i. I, I, nmhiKl, vnftt
in ii-psnuiL . - -
he wUl not be obliged to stay In prison
long ansr U expirmnun v
parole. His aged mother, who .la now
klm Kutn amrklnff . for his
freedom for years and recently her ef
forts hava received the indorsement of
many prominent aansuu.
Laat armor or vane.
.111 III 1 1 amwi, tm - "
member of the Dalton gang of outlaws.
wnicn inciuaea m mrw uiuui.i
Oration and Emmett. who first sprang
Into - publlo notice In 118 and wers
wiped out In 1891 at CoffeyrlUe, Kan-
... v k. A,AMn,A a ran the
Coffeyvllle National bsnk. Bob Dalton
had been a deputy marshal In the Indian
territory, wnere ne aoquirea , 7
tlon lor nerve ana carina. " '"
waa dlecharged .from the serylca for
companled by hla brothers. G rat ton and
Emmett, he proceeded to California.
j n e T naa no awmu ii, .
tnere wa a train roowrr nm mvhi.
lit OT HIV.' U1W . . . ... -
killed. The Daltona were accused and
Indicted, yney lertxne simve na it
the next if months they made criminal
history faater than It had been tpade
Strong limbed People of the
Mazama uutuig rany
Eeady for Ascent, r
MANY SIDE TRIPS
LANITED THIS YEAB
Starting Party Exceeds Thirty and
Later Will Be Angmented by as
Hany More Who Simply Desire to
Climb Icy Side of Mt. Jefferson,
Ovsr SO strong limbed, eager moun
tain ollmbera, constituting ma wnuu
u.... miinr nsrtv leaves at 7:45
o'clock tonight for Albany to prepare for
the ascension ot oia aiouni
.k Nazt weak thla number will
be augmented by nearly as many people
who desire to climb the Icy bides of tha
great peak, but who are unaoie to enjoy
. w . .4. i.in. h hi takan tnls week.
in ,mnnniuti hava been
Ml W .OT " " "
... . .1.
completed ana tne Baggage is hui
taken to tne ospoi oot. --
bprague, ins wu m m, j.
receiving and checking basgsgs at the
union oepoi uj.. V " .
must bs turned over to him by S o clock
-, . 1st si tBTs.ri that thai
members of the party be In their seats
in the care at t:v ociocs, rmn
car haa rbesn-reserved -to Albany saw
a special car wn -
Detroit, from whloh point the first aids
trips will be made. . v
When m pariy ""'
suitcases wlU be stored and the outing
garmsnis "ea. "'".--..ii" wT .7
torn or row iuw ,t k
asla-mlla stroU will be taken lust for
exsroise. uT irimvim "
menoe later In the week. .
-.ii J! i m m tha nannlt who have
ruuuwiu. . . - r w -
SIgnsa lor ine,"'"- f A . ' T. - ii
B. ilennenian, Rodney OHaan. Francis
. . t W rn r m.wr XT. D Hhalfi(n
VoUman.-X. J. iiicaa, . ' -
ner. Mr. Btaramere, Mr. Klca. John
Nichols, a 8. Mohier. Misa Anna u.
Rankin of Portland; LeRjv Anderson
and R. A1SX. tiernsiein hi
i .Jitina in these, advices have been
received that Dr. John A. Sweeney, wife-fat
and two daughters and Eugene Bempie
and daughter from Seattle. wl take the
trip with tha party, probably arriving
WIMft .. '
ON, HIS WAY BACK .
Pack'' Train of Maumas ,IUsached
Monnt Jefferson Safely.'
Albany. Or.. July H. Word has lust
been received here from Mr. Mohier that
he has safely reached Mount Jefferson
with the first pack train of ths Masa-
mss and is on nis wsy oscg to ueiroii,
where he expects to mset the . mala
body ex tna atasamss inis evening.
' Hi made ths trip acroas the moun
tains with It horses In ths pack train.
Everything went well until the train
arrived at a very sleep mountain. Thla
nartlcular mountain was so steep that
even after a road had been eut it wss
almost Impossible for the animals to
Froceed. One of them balked and re
used to heed the efforts of the driver
to make him go forward. Finally the
animal rolled, down a steep Incline,
amashlng tbe contents of the pack on
hla back.-- .
On Mr. Mohier s arrival at Brelten-
hush hot springs ne round snout 71
Part land dsodIs wsltlns to cheer the
Msssmss on their wsy. All kinds of
gams abounds In this section and a
magnificent outing 1 In store for those
Who piaae xne uq.
mv. Ulrkii. Mr. vVamer and Mr. Willis
reached Albany July It on their -way ta
Mount Jefferson. Intending to loin the
rest of the psrty In camp Monday even
lng. They learned that three forest
ransrars hsd gone before and cut a way
through the dense underbrush for them.
ir has also been lesrnsd here that
R. A. Bernstein baa Juet arrived from
Los Angeles on the steamer Columbia
Mid will come at once to Join the Me-
samaa, .- -.-
. . .in m , . ,
- Fsrmers. mechanics, railroaders.' le
borers rely on Dr. Thomas Ecleolrln Oil.
Takes tne sting out .of cuts, burns or
bruises st once, Fala cannot stay where
tt IS tteed,. ' - x
since the days of the Younger and
James - boya
Ths Bant Fe train robberies at
Wharton and Red Rock, ths Missouri
Paclflo robbery at Adair and the Ban
Francisco robbery near Vlnlta all fol
lowed In rapid succession, between Jobs
ths gang hid In tha Indian territory,
rksnsaa and Kan ass. The railroad and
express companies heaped up rewards
unlil they amounted to 3B.00, but
there were no cap t urea The Coffeyvllle
raid waa tne pet acneme or not iaiton.
Ha had lived there, knew tbe banks and
waa anxious to outdo the Jamee and
Younger exploits by riding boldly Into
the town In broad daylight and plunder-Ins-
both banks st one haul. The raid
occurred In October, UBS; Ths gang
rode into toe town, nucnna us nuraoa
In en alia- and ats.rted for the banke.
each man carrying a Wlncheater In the
hollow or his arm.
,"scitlsena Olve Battle.
Rui the nurnose of the rang was
quickly realised and a cry of "Robbers
in tne nana- orougni me ciuxsns out
In forca The defendere of the town
riiahad tnta two hardware stores and
armed with rUlee and gun- They stols
out on the tdps of buildings. In alleys
and bsck lots, while some few atood
boldly hid In the street. In the National
bank Bob and Emmett Dalton had com
pelled the bank force to hold up Its
hands and had dumped $10,000 In cash
intA a a ark. fomlns- ta the bank win
dow. Bob sngaged Ta battle with the
townspeople. Killing one man ua
wounding three others.
Meanwhile thsre was mora serious
trouble for Orat Dalton at tha Condon
bank. The -hank had a time lock which
frustrated the effort of the gang-to
open It. Orat-swept up- ths cash hs
round lying arouna. uuuuiimi s w
shots with the cltlsens until he was
fnrnad tn flea. Tha s-ans hurried to the
alley where their horses were tied and
wnere xney were urnmn in or ciuim
ta atifh an extent that of tha Dalton
boya only Emmett. swifter ef foot than
tne oinersv gainea nis norsw. amni,
rode but a short distance whan, to ths
astonishment of the cltlsens, he turned
back to help his brother. Bob, who had
been mortally wounded.
When the smoke of -battla-cleared
away there were ela-ht dead men. Tha
robbers had lost Bob and Orat Dalton,
Joe Bvana and John- Moore, and their
fifth man, Emmett uaiton, naa neon
shot until It was thought he oould not
live. The cltlsens had loat tha city
marshal, a bank clerk and two mer
chanta of the town. Several othera bad
been severely wounded. After Emmett
recovered from his wounds he waa tried
and sentenced to be hanged, which in
Kansas means a life aentsnoa in the
penitentiary. He waa bit is years old
whan eaotured and haa been confined
in tha penitentiary nearly IS years. - He
naa oeen epoaea ox at au umea aa a
model priaonsr. - '
Chock Wey Eesents Action
of Chinatown Squad in
Breaking In His Abode.
KAY AND KIENLIN '
77T GSHLED INT CHIEF
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Jrwelrj Reported Mlsslnf aa Besrnlt
' of Officers' Visit on Alleged Hunt
for "White Slave"- Men Had No
Warrant In the Case. .
Suit for damages will be Instituted
within the next few days against De
tectives Kay and Klenlln, of the China
town squad, by Attorney W. W., Banks,
representing Chock Wey, Into whose
abode at ill Alder street tha officers
forced entranoe last Saturday night in
search for aa alleged "white slave"
supposed to be harbored there. -
The allegation of Chock Wey, whd Is
head of the Tuea Wan company, ons of
the largest Chinese merchandising es
tablishments in Portland, that Immedi
ately after the departure of Kay and
Klenlln from his dwelling place a solid
gold ring and earring were found to
be missing, is being lnveetigated per
sonally by Chief Orltsmachsr.
Orltamaches Worked - 0jw
The chief Is wrath ovsr the action
of his subordinates and declares that
thsre was no warrant for them to break
down the doors of Chock Wsys resi
dence without due process bf law. Both
detectives were before 'the chief yes
terday and each wss severely- grilled
for conduct ,
'"If the Chinese do not take further
action I Intend to let tha matter drop,"
said Chief Qrltsmacher this morning.
"Chock Wsy and his wife were to have
come to my office yesterday to furnish
a description of tha missing Jewelry,
but for some reason did not put In an
appearance. - I can find no justifica
tion for Kay and Klenlln breaking into
tha place upon the statement of Lillls
thst hs saw a white woman enter the
place Even if It was so ther had no
right to force their way into the house,
aa it Is not a crime for a white woman
to enter any building in Chinatown. If
similar complaints are rsglstered against
the offloers I will file charges against
Woman Bespeoeaele. . -
1 have learned that the female whs
was seen entering the place Is a hard
working woman, who has been In the
habit for the past two years of leaving
her two small children with Chock
Weys family during her hours of la
bor. The children play with Chinese
youngsters and their mother Is held
In such high sstssm by Chock Wsy
and his family that . they call her
"cousin." -r w- ,'
Attorney W. W. Banks, who naa been
retained to sue Kay and Klenlln, stated
today that hs mtended to start ; salt
against ths officers for damages.
"The men had absolutely no right to
bresk Into my client's house,'r said
Banks, "and ws Intend to take ths mat
ter Into tbe courts." ' .
HOSPITAL STEWARD '
IS LATEST VICTIM
rob Bnrkhardt Is Stricken With
. Drfad Malady at Good Samarl- .
tan Hospital. , ;
Jacob Bnrkhardt steward at the Good
Samaritan hospital. Is ths latest victim
of tha spinal meningitis epldsmlo which
raged recently and which was thought to
hava dlssppearead. Burkhsrdt, ' Who Is
about SO years of are, waa affected two
daya ago and as soon as his malady be
came evident he waa hurried to tit Vln
rant s asnltarlum for treatment. Whiie
he la vsrv sick -his condition for the
present is not critical. '
The last deeth to be reported from
spinal meningitis Is that of Clara Adels
Clifford, ths 7-veer-old dsushter of -4r.
ami Mrs. ffamtiel Clifford of I4 Eugene
street. The child wag taken Uowo July
a and died July la. . , .
GHI IALIAII WILL"
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
THIS is the caution applied "to the publlo announcement of Oastoria that h3
. . Un manufactured under the supervision of Chas, H. Fletcher for ojsK
30 years the genuine Oastoria. We respectfully call the attention of fatherland
mothers when purchasing. Oastoria to see that tie mapper hears his signature In
black. When the wrapper is removed the same signature appears on Doth side3
of the bottle in red. Parents who have used Oastoria $r their, little ones in the
past years need no warning against counterfeits and imitations, but our present ;
duty is to call the attention of the younger generation to the great danger orinteo
ducing mto their families spurious medicines. .
7--j It is to be regretted that there are people who' are now engaged in the
nefarious business of putting up and selling all sorts of substitutes, or what should
more properly be termed conterfeits, for medicinal preparations not; only for
adults, but worse yet, for children's medicines. It therefore devolves on the mother
to scrutinize closely what she gives her child. . Adults can do that for themselves
but thechild has .to rely on tie mother's watchmlnes3. i ; . . , V :; r ,
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Bsact Copy of Wrapper.
; ORCHABD'S F0EBEAB3
(Continued from Page One.) ' ' '
tng over Iraaglnarr outrages ha thought'
. t 1 ... J A V AW IIAthi
lng about his grsndfsther but admtttsa
his uncle hanged himself after having
been demented (or aome time. -
- Boris aVsadsc at Baake MSi.
When the Haywood trial reconvened
today Judge Wood announced deoldedly
that he would not permit the Introduc
tion or we report oi me pniou
showing thst John D. Elliott, one pf the
defense's strongest witnesses, had ben
an Inmate of an Insane asylum. He
. ... .a la .w Mm .fta
SajQ .11 lull wjiuiimi IMV am., wra
stand, and It the stats wanted to Im
peach him It should have done so. As
It did not, then Elliott's evidence must
be weighed by the Jury.
WUlls Dewey was recalled and posi
tively Identified "Big Bill" Davis Ss the
member of the gensral union whom he
said led the attack on tha Bunksr H1U
Lawrence Oufblnlsl of San Francisco
contradicted several material facts la
tbe Sin Francisco Bradley ezploslona
O V. Wayne of Caldwell, who found
Steunenberg after the explosion, was
recalled to testify that the body was
blowa through the gate from the out
slds. This was lntsnded to prove that
when ahe Bradley esplosion took place
he was blown outward and that ths
affect of a giant powder explosion was
absolutely Indicated. A lively contest
between the lawyers ended by tha court
excluding this evidence.
C. A. Campson, an expert on gas. gave
evidence that tha Bradley explosion was
not caused by gsa.
, . Orokasd Bsssllss.
Orchard wss then recalled. He denied
that he bad sver known "Shorty" In
Cheyenne. ... '
On cross-examination he said nis ma-'
ternal - crandf ether's name was Mc Kin
ney and he lived tn Ontario, but he
didn't know If ha was insane or not
He knew nothing about the cause of his
death. He did not know his uncle Pster
MoKlnney. He Imagined he had com-
Eltted soma crime. Orchard Said, and
inged himself In Canada.
This bore out the statements In ths
letter received by Darrow from B. W.
atcKlnstry of Alameda, Pennsylvania
Orchard denied he waa evsr In any
trouble at Butte, He denied knowing
O. W. - Brokaw at Butte.- - He never
boarded In August 1101, with Mrs. Wil
liams st 101 Watson avenue, Butte. .e
wss Inst In Butte In
C W. Bynum of Dsnver swore ha saw
Witness Moi-an In Denver In June. 104.
At thst time, Orchard haa sworn, he
sent him there to get money from Pettl
bone. Mo ran bad dsnled this on tbe
stand, . .
E, at , Sabine, a . lawyer of Idaho
Springs, Colorado, swore that Lyte
Gregory gathered evidence against mem
bers or fhe Weetern Federation at the
trial of Its membsre for 'conspiracy to
blow up the Bun and Moon mine. Thla
waa Intended to show .the animus
against Gregory by the federation.
WANT KINO TO WED
t- SB-ssw-w-waaa-xale-saaw) s
(Continued from Pegs One.) . -
place and worthy to be the horns of
any American millionaire. .
Tobaoee Kads Tortaaa.
' It is In this home mostly thst James
B. "Duke has lived of late years. Mr.
Duke Is about 61 years old.
The foundation of the grest JDuke
fortune Is tohacoo. Wsshlngton Duke,
ths fathsr of Jsmes B. Duke, laid the
foundation of the present ' wealth of
Ms son In ths'tobaeco business at Dur
hsm, North Carol Ins, ysars ago. This
rroperty Anally became tbe nucleus of
hs Americsn Tobacco company, ths to
bacco trust Ths Dukes own ths greater
shsre of the property and thev are
worth untold millions. The headquar
ters of ths Duk'a' business In this city
Is at No. Ill Fifth avenue.
James IL Duke's fortune Is enld to
he between fr0. 000,000 end 170.000.000.
He Is the hardest working millionaire
in ths. world, and usually puts ta 19
hours a dx st als business..
The Kind Ton riswe Alwara
In use for orer SO years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-ns-rood' are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiments
; What lb CASTORIA
Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pares.
Lgorie Drop ud SbothinsT Syrups, It is Pleasant., It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio
substance. . IU age Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Fererishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic It rolleres Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
' Stomach and Bowels, giring healthy and natural sleep,
' The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friond.-,
genuine CASTORIA ALWAy?
The KindYduHaYe Always
In Uoo For Over 30 Yoaro.
tws sggTsea saasairr, tt
Y Poor coffee is commonly
sold in bulk, not m pack
ages; nd good coffee
should be sold in bulk.
Tsar grecer retaras rear sieoey M res seat
ks BchilliBs Bestt ws ss? slav
. For four generations Pabst
has brewsd boor, eonstantly
stri-tlng to nsks the beer
bottar, poror, mora wbolsx
est achlsrsment in brawwg
H Br of QuaKty
Brewsd from Pabst EIht-
Day Italt, which contains
parucia oi tM rood vsl-
ox tM oarisrr-sram. this
boar is tho most aoariahinar
and baalthful of aU boors.
.. Charles atoha a Co.. .' '
' Cor. Id and Pine Sta, Portland, Or. '
, Phone Main 49.
liultnomah Comity Finances
Show Splendid Gain Dur-;
' ing Past Six Months. ,s '
Vultnomah county's resources have
Increased tl.4,11! In tho- past, six
months, according to tha semi-annual
report of Auditor Brandes, which has
Just seen completed. ' Ths report shows
that on December II, 10, tha county's
fesouroes were 181,111, and that n
June l,vof this year, they " had in
creased to tW,0tl.!', -'.T, I , -fv"!.s-.
The county's expenses for- ths sis
months wers 1214,441. Of this amount
ll.ltl was spent en the roads of the
eounty. Poetags . stamps coet the
Intereetina among tne receln
the half year Is an Item of lis which
le credited as conscience money. It
wag rscsivsa irora some unknown man.
Ilttie lines in The 'journal bring re-
SUfis w ue wiiarunis,
n J IJn. n
Bought, nd which haa been
baa borne tne ugnatnre or
ena naa oeen mauie unaer uia per
tonal snperrlalon since its Infancy. v .
a llnwnn nna'ta d Ton In thilU
swaar, an toss srrt.
Safety, Surety ; .
A SOLID ROADBED 18 XBBKW&L
VisibiUty and Speed
IN THS VaflamWOOP VABULATORy I
TTPBWRrjER ARB SUPPORTED BT j
.' PERFECTLT BALANCED CON- u f
btruction; . . r ' . j
Underwood Typewriter f
-Company r f
Ikrnliai, C.- - , " latli trees ,
TURK TRIES TO IvLL
(Continued frtn Page Qna) -T
that International complications wilt re
sult from ths attempt . ; '
, Mr. Lelshman has been envoy sxtra
ordlnary sad minister plenipotentiary to
Turkey sines 1101. Hs ooramcnesd his
career as an American diplomat In HIT
.h.. t,a Owlteerlang sa Amer
ican minister. Hs remained at that post
until l01, whsn he wss ssnt to Turkey. ,
Previous to the time he entered the dip. 1
lomatio service Mr. Lelshmen waa presU ;!
dent of the Carnegie Bteel company.
STRUCTURAL STEEL" - i
All of the structural steel for ths I
fimnA avenue brlSse serosa Aulllvan S u
f ulch hss been placed In poeltUn and j" j
he huge mass of Iron maks Jhim-
posing sts'' . , ,,, mw -at a
proaches will be eommenoed at onoe, ( ,
Jcfurnal Renders. -
The Journal's frienda when patron-, i
Islng Journal advertisers, will oonfer
a favor by mentioning that they saw ...
the ad In The Journal. . . ':
'- " i ,i
Preferred Otook Oaaaed Ooeaa, 1)
AUsa Liswls Best Brand. ' ;