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HIE OREGON , DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. MONDAY EVENING, JULY 15, 1C07.
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.Valiant Southerner Takes Easterner and Westerner
Task On Important Topic Thinks United' States ;
and England Must Subjugate: Russia and Japan.
' " 'At Chuncy Thoron. ' " ,
."WbIu h! Wah" tiiprtta tht Colonel,
fa acratchftd mmtcli on. th ol of
hU faJsti tld boot, lit b la lone pln
tatton cigar and settled back In hU chair
on the Portland hotel 1 reranda. rWh.
a&hl . Noncente, hl --The Jap won't
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: "Won't flshtr aaked the 'Werterner.
Why, Colonel, they are eald to be the
areateat flghtera of modern tlmea.
"Toil misunderstand me, aah. Because
the Jape have fought and can fight la no
reason whv thav will flirht. All this Jao
wan. talk, aah, la merely- Teddy -Rooe
veit piaymg gooa poimca againai in
transcontinental railroad lobbtea to get
ublle opinion behind him ao as to carry
hrough the Panama canal.
The puDiio, aan, aa mi ... man . wno
tooa 11 Deal orien aaia, r. i. ar-
nunan, the pubiio love to te rooiea,
even for (ta own aood. It ta a maxim of
government never to appeal to the puhlle
reaaon. It haa none, but to the publla
- emotlona. The public -will read- pagea
ttt fake Jap war "new a' and talk about It
agelr at the breakfast table and tell
' how ft la a aheme to have to send those
hips around South America; -when not
one In ten thouaand would read -a col
umn of bualneaa figure showing why
' the canal must be built. Hence all this
bullet gabble." - . - . . .
...,...' f ' War Mettled Ones. . .. , " . f
1 believe, sah," continued the Colonel,
"that several weeks, ago I settled this
- jap war question once for all by deduo
; tlon." . ' ,
i-TlU I7ew Torker smiled qulzttrally
and said nothing, while the westerner
' grinned openly, hut the colonel was
'wound up and nothing could stop him,
- so he rambled on: ' , '
"Ycm aee, gentlemen, that Portamouth
-was not a treaty but really only a truce.
Those Jan and Ruaa armies He. up there.
In Manchuria today Jut as they did
" after the battl-of Mukden; half mil
lion men on either aide ready to Jump
' at a moment's notioe. Now, what Is
the result?, demanded the Colonel
fiercely T - r
"This' continued the Colonel. 'with
out waitln for any one to reply.4 "If
Japan tackles this country Russia will
be down on Japan again In twenty-four
hours. That makes Japan up against
, two nations each more powerful in the
Jong'v run than she la. Japan's treaty
' with Kngland calls for England's armed
' hela 1f Japan la In trouble with two
foea atVthe same time. But would'
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THQ POUCVMOLDBBa' COMPANY
"PURELY- OREGON" BEST FOR AH OREGONIAN
" ROME OFFICE COL SIXTH AND AXKENY SHEETS, PC21LAXD
A, L MILLS,' I SAMUEL, '
; r TO CLOSE OUT the balance of our SUMMER CLOTHING before the departure of our MR.
t' the EAST next week we inaugurate a SALE that will dwarf every effort of any other store
' ! ? ;we have a
; . marKea in piain xigurcs, so our cuswmas
i Men si Outi
; Our magnificent collection of highly tai-
Outing Suitt wiU bes
. . $35 OUTINO
V, $30 OUTING
"l $25 OUTING
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Tommy Atkins fight hla blood brother
for what U under a vallow akin."'
v'l-gueaa-not!" remarked" the Wes
terner decidedly; while the New Torker
smiled that asm old kmll ot hla that
never got sbov his eyes.
"The result would be, sah. that the
English and American navies combined
would wipe Japan off the waves within
n I n Ka Tan n In Uan.
churls would have to surrender to 1 th
Russian without firm- a anot, so ss to
get something to eat.".
"Then Japan and America will never
go to war rr asked the Westerner.
"The United States and England must
fla-ht Russia and Japan aome day for th
control -of the PaHfk! and -Asia," nur-
mured the New Tomer, aa n iet tne
cigar amok curl lastly from between
nia white teeth.
"Why sor asked the Westerner.
- ' War W1U sTeyer Sie.
, "War," said th Nw Torker, with a
dueer gleam In his cold iov eyes, ."War
has alwaya been and must always be.
tverr war known to man has been
foua-ht In realltr for lust' one thing.
wheat fields. R&cea fight eolely , for
rood, . individuals riant eacn otner, or
in small srouDB. for two -thlnss only.
food and mates. Th flatting may not
alwaya be physical. It uaually is mental
in civilised iayera or tne social acneme.
Monev. vou know, la nothlns but food
and shelter In a convenient form. There
are but few things In this world of men,
but each thing has -many different
names. Moat people are mislead by the
name, th few ignore names and deal
only with th cold hard reality of
things. . n --
"But what has all this to do-with wah.
ah"demande4 the Colonel, while th
Westerner looked franklv nuaaled.
"Rlmnlv- this." continued . the New
Torker quietly. ."You remember ' what
I said about th American war Of th
revolution last Sunday T How Ita real
aspects were- - quit different from the
opuiar notion about itT now mark
hfa concerning war, and why it always
must oe. livery generation or men.
history - shows and alwaya will ahow.
must have ita war and ita panics. But
that Is merely a slds - Issue with us
"Th par sclenc or th whole thing
Is this: Aa w go down, th seal of
life In th study of biology we see that
the lower the form the greater th
wwer to reproduce, in fact, among th
ower order 01 lire mis power to mul
tiply Seems to be the chief. If not the
only weapon of self-defense, In a few
years, for Instance, say 10 to JO. If
-CLARENCE S. SAMUEL.
SALE when we do, the PRICETC,UTTING is MERCILESS The price on every article in our store is
Suits at Halt
SUITS . . . 1 $15300 r
Boys' Wool Sqmmer Suits Enormously Reduced
th codfish 'were allowed to rncreas
free from all- natural ' enemies - tney
would fill th flv ochs to the brim.
leaving room ror net a arop oi water.
Tha fobater lays 10,000 eggs which
baton, but snly . 10 lobsters llv to- sn
table else." , .
"A lobster never gets to an eatable
else, sah I" blurted out tn uoionei wun
a wry face as he nibbed his waistband.
v Bosanaa wm sTob Wheat.
"Be that aa It may." smiled th New
Torker. ss he lit another oigar. "This
law of all living nature makes war
eternal among men. In Europe today
th Russians ar increasing, compared
to tha Caymans, St a ratio of twa and
ons fourth to one. Th time must come
when Russia will be full, that la, the
Ruaalana will need wheat field, and
they will boll over into Germany to find
them. In other words simply for some
thing to eat. That Is war." Th negro
In this country Is Increasing faster thsn
th. whit race," interrupted th Colo
nel. -"That Is a dangerous subject. Colo
nel,' eata the New Torker aerlonsly,
"th areateat Question before th Ameri
can race today, and for a long time to
come. Suppose we don't discuss It Just
nowT But going back to this Taw of
war as on mlcht call it. It Is aa true
and .unavoidable aa th law of gravita
tion. Man did not make It and man
cannot acaD it.
"Then that la why th barbarians
overcame RomeT" asked th Westerner.
"Certainly" replied th New Torker.
coolly, and that Is why sverv civilisa
tion In time muat go down before a lesa
cultivated mewteJly bt stronger phye-
icaiiy race -inRi oumumoers it- mm
inaian race went aown oeiore tne wnn
race because the white race ' outnum
bered him snd wanted his land to raise
food on. But start two races . on sn
eounUfootlng In numbers and In differ
ent Sjrnda, give them time enough, sev
eral centuries say, and th physioally
atronger nut mentally lower will t
aeveral tiroes stronger and more
rowded than - the better race, and - be-
cause or their number their field will
be Just that much worked out, bene
they will ooncruer th leaser but higher
raca. Ana in doing tnis tne conauering
hordes do not destroy civilisation but
learn It from their captives and carry
It, on to greater heights ss was tha
eaas with the Greeks and the Romans,
th Goths and th Roman, -end so on.
' W Krurl AJwwys TUflit. ;
"Bo w moat always fight.- thenT"
murmured th ColoneL
"Fortunately yea," replied fW New
Torker. "Or else right today We three.
inatead or taiaing together -reaaonably
would D squstted on a tree limn quar
rel In a over a ooooanut.- Man labors not
for pleasure but to ascap pain. War is
neu, out poverty is wore.
And sll three men assert eilentlv at
the Chinaman sweating In the sun ss he
cleaned up rubuian from tne driveway.
ENGLISH LAW WRITER
TO VISIT AMERICA
(Joeraal Rpeclal Berrlee.) .
London, July 18. -Both the Amertuen
Bar ssociatlon and th International
Law association ar to b congratulated
on the.faot that Sir Frederick Pollock
has been secured to address the meet
ing of the last named body to be held
ne&t month at Portland, Maine, Immedi
ately following the meeting of the
American iter association.
Few writers on the law ar regarded
a more authoritative than Sir Frederick
Pollock, though he ha lived ao much
mong hla books that comparatively llt-
tle la popularly known of him. That
he la a worker of the thorouch and oer-
slatent sort need scarcely be written of
one who haa to hla credit more than
a score of volume of published works
Hla position In th law Is commanding.
II has served aa professor of Juris
prudence at the University college, Lon
don, was for six yeara profeeaor of com
mon law In th Inns of Court, has edited
the famoue "Law Reporta" for many
veara. and has held the rhalr of the
corpus professorship of Jurisprudence at
tne university or oxrord. Hla coming
visit will not be th first he haa paid
to America. In ltoi he had the honor
of being th fitorr lecturer at th Yale
law soboal , ,.,., i
tui icauuy nuucc me riKti x'xu.Cfi tuiiuwiiwao.
Every Summer Suit in the house
$40 SUMMER SUITS . , . . ...... $25.00 - J $20 YOUNG MEN'S SUITS . 10.00 A
$30 SUMMER SUITS ....$20.00 l$lff YpUNG MEN'S SUITS :iV.. $7.50 L f"ijM
$25 SUMMER SUITS ....... .;..$15.00, , ,$12.50 YOUNG MEN'S SUITS;.;' .fOS;.' rC ' '.. s ')
ij-J C - 'BOYS $6.50 WOOL SUMMER (J AC $10 WOOL SUMMER C A
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DOIVIEITES ARE -
People of Zlon Fail to Cele
brate the AnniTersary
, of City Birth. "
'' (Josraal Ssedal Berrlea.)
Chicago, July IS. Today was th
aeventlv. annlveraary of th founding of
Zlon Cltfe by John Alexander Dowie, but
In contrast to former years, when ther
was rejoicing ana nappiness, toaay was
on of almost gloomy quiet in the little
north shore city. In former years, be
ginning with the anniversary day, th
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son of th year, waa celebrated with
great pomp and ceremony and with
ten day' service of prayer.
But the .past year haa been n of
many vicissitudes and th Zlon City
of early days may be said to no longer
spring of the movement. Is dead and
with htm " appears to have gone the
vitality or the city- which he founded.
Th widow and son are taking In sum
mer boarders at Bhlloh house and many
of the - Industries ot the town have
passed into to hands or outsiders in
ternal troubles have rent the sect and
no leader haa so fsr appeared able to
restore its oid-um prestige.
ELKS ARE WELCOMED
7 BY PHILADELPHIA'S
Boat Excursion Is Provided for the
'. Entertainment of Visiting
: Xodgemen. "'
J(JoBrnal JlpecJal tMrU.l-,-,
Phlladelphia, July It. Thouaanda of
members of the Benevolent ' snd Pro
tective Order Of Elks ar her from
very prominent city In th country to
attend th annual meeting of th grand
lodge and reunion of that order, which
Began today and wilt continue through
out th week.
Today waa given over to th reception
and entertainment of th visitors. Th
principal feature of th entertainment
program waa a boat excursion for the
members of the grand lodge and their
laoiea. ,. The objective point waa wasn
Ington park, on the Delaware river,
where the visitors, were treated to a
clambake and seafood dinner. For the
other visitors music and other enter
tainment were . provided In the city
parka. The University of Pennsylvania,
Ulrard college and other institutions
were open te the inspection of all those
wearing th official bade of tha order.
The exalted ruler of the Phlladelnhla
lodge, Henry J. Walter, Will preside over
tne lormai opening or tne arena loage
meeting tonight Tn the Grand opera
house. Governor Stuart. Mayor Rev-
burn. Cona-ressman J. Hamoton Moore
and Grand Exalted Ruler Melvln will be
the apeakere. - The chief business ses
sion of tjne-week will be held tomorrow
morning in in warrica tnaatr. .
EDWARD CUDAHY IS
FINED FOR SCORCHING
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' (Joarnal Special garrfcs.)
Omaha. Neb.'. July 16. Edward A.
Cudahy, th millionaire Kansas ' City
S acker, was fined (It and costs Putur
ay for automobile scorching.. While
seeking pardon from the mayor, mitti
mus papers ordering Cudahy to jail war
MUST Ages 16 to 20 Grandest Bargains of tho
., season. . ; . .( 'ZV .'l'
Tuesday, July 16, at 2:30 p. nx, Miss Lillian Tingle will give a free dem
onstration on Salads and Salad making. Everybody invited. Those at
tending will be given an opportunity to inspect our great refrigerators,
where winter temperatures are maintained by over a mile of frost covered
pipes. Everything for the table under one roof. The Greatest Grocery:
-the most perfect meat, fish, poultry, game and delicatessen market
west of Chicago. A scientific bakery, delicious confections, a colossal wine
cellar. - .V-: ' ,tv
Don't Miss the Demonstration.
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BJDT A1B UATEXVOaTH ITt
Flrat Bwiiiaamj big
hotel dews ton.
. Contains lOObaMtlfany
fnralshed eteawi haeted
apartmenta, 40 batha,
rrhrata taJephea eer
. comfnerciel tesveiers,
Eddy 8a eere fnea
ferry peeesjoer aaa i
Ml with Ird Bt. ears
from 8. P. Depot.
f we nwi .i.w
.as Flume Private EL
Ft'. a n o 1 a co
Hotel Salt Air
Bvery modern: convenience; - excel
lent beard. For terms writ MRS. W.
El ITUTCHIN30N. Long Beach. Wash.
Issued by th nolle court clerk. ! Th
fin was paid later. , , .
PROGRESS ON GREAT
" ("oeeliil Dleretek 1 tn The Iminial.)
of the firm cf Hubbard A Carlson, con
tractors on the Deer Klat reservoir,
which I an Important ?rt of the gov-
ernirent'a Solse-Paotte rei-lnmatlon
project, the larrat in th atete, any
in reservoir win B oomoietea arcn
. aa nrovldeit hv tha contract. When
completed Jt will be called Lake Lowell,
BEN SELLING for
It is hot often that
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, XMAVJX9 trnaoM unit ot rvm memo jroTKiriT.
Electrlo Light. Bteam, Hot and Cold Bait Water In Every Tub. Buy Tickets
to Breakers, Pacific County, Waah. PoetolTlee Addresa, Breakers, Wash.
A Perfumed Lt- -v for (! s Ea'.!i.
Softcnj Hard V' t. V ottrr
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Tuesday, July 16
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