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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. f'OIiTLAND, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY CO. 1C07.
Gorman Steamer Eva Will
lieturn Soon to
TortiancL - -,-:
ODER CHARTER TO
' MITSUI COMPANY
First Sleamer to Conns Hera M'lth
Nothing But Sulphur in Cargo
, Holds Sailing Vfwli In Trade la
Year, ot the raat.
vFor the first tlma In tha history of
the iort a steamer will brlnr a full
nrto e( sulphur to ; this harbor and
Ban Franclaco from Japan. Heretofore
thla mineral ha oeea Imported trom
the mint near Hakodata on aallln
vessels, or la smaller quantities on the
regular liners, but from now on It will
probably come In bulk on large tramp
'steamers. Mitsui A Co, tha Japanese
brokers, with a branch" office Beta and
at San Francisco , will bring- the blf
- The news of the transaction was
riven out this moraine; when It was
, announced that tbe Uerman steamer
Kv would come here from the land of
the rlelna sun soon. The Eva la well
known here, having recently sailed
hence for Valparaiso with a carao of
lumber under charier to the Portland
Lumber company. She carries about
S.OuO Vons, so that this will probably be
the largest sulphur shipments ever sent
acmes the Pacifie ocean. .Half of the
cargo will be delivered at Ben Fran
cleco and the remainder brought here.
It Is now several years since the last
sulphur cargo was brought here, from
Japan. It came on the schooner E. K.
Wood, which later became notorious be
cause of the murder of the captain by
' the Jananeae cabin boy. The murder
occurred on the voyage out of Portland
fter the sulphur oargo had been deliv
ered here. Another large cargo of sul
phur waa brought here from Uerghentt,
fciolly. some- years ago , on a British
The demand, for sulnhur Is speedily la-
creasing here, and it is said that a
large percentage or ine cargo to come
on the Eva will be disposed of to hop
growers for bleaching purposes. The
pnper mills also use large quantities In
me manuiaciuer ui pniwr, n muu.w j
which Is rapidly growing mora exten
sive. - -In
view of the Increasing demand for
. sulphur on this coast, it is interesting
to note that aclentlflo expedition Is now
along the Alaskan coast, on the Islands
r. 1 .1 inala 1 , 1 1. In. inla IhA lm rmf 1 .
I of mining the sulphur cast up ny tne
volcanoes. According to recent reports
the sulphur found so far compares
; very favorably with yiat exported rrora
- Japan. . -......-
STEAMERS WITH COAL.
itcaiuu ana ivaigut xempur x,n
Route From Australia. '
Two steamers have been fixed to bring
coal from Newcastle, N. a. W., to thla
port this fall and more might be char
tered before the season Is over. The
vessels engaged are the British tramps
. Knight Templar and Redhlll, the former
one of the largest tramps afloat, her
net register being 4,602 tons. The Red
hill registers 11,604 tons net.
The en route fleet was further swelled
this weak by the charter of the well
known French bark Alice Marie, to car
ry a cargo of cement from Antwerp to
Portland. She comes for W. P. Fuller
' e. and will bring approximately 20,-
uuu oarreis. wun in Alice Marie aaa
ed to the list there Is now 79,72 tons
j en rpute available for grain loading thla
. fall, which Is more than at any time
at the corresponding data during sev
eral years past. It Is nearly twice
the amount headed for Puget Sound,
there being only 4M13 tone bound for
the several puget Sound porta at this
ALONG THE WATERFRONT .
. i ,...;-;;
- Tit, Cnkt. Vl' 1 M .J .fell
,-morning . for Ban Franclaeo.vThe Ban
Francisco Portland : Steamship com
pany Is making every effort to get the
steamer Ldiwton ready by the, end ' of
ticptember to take the Columbia's place.
The American schooner fcluflle M.
Plummer Is coming to the Columbia
river from Ouaymaa to load lumber.
Ehe left the Mexican port July 8.
The steamer Alliance, Captain Olson,
will be st 'Couch street dock soma time
nis -evening, ene win situ ror coos
Hay Saturday night. The steamer
Hreakwaier, Captain Macgenn, sailed
ltr ooa .cay laei jiignu
Preparations Being: 3Iade for
.Woposed Y. M. C. A.-Y.
-W. C. A. Structure. '
The "work of clearing' the sits of tha
tirupoaea X. M. U. A.-T. TV. C A. build
ing on the north aide of Taylor, between
Sixth and Seventh streets has begun.
Tha batter class of buildings occupying
thla half block will be sold to Investors,
who will have them rolled to vacant lota
In other districts, and the cheaper struc-
win um torn oowo. . excavating
" i ilia i iii iiiik i win nr rn. wtmmt ainiMiiM
viiii Degin as -soon as the site Is cleared.
It la renoetftrf thai ih. UA,n ijm.1
Railway company will erect a four-
piory orrioe funding for ita own nse on
the quarter-block recently purchased by
them at tha southwest corner of Union
avenue and Kaat Stark street While
the loaal representatives of the com-
Eany refusa to confirm the report. It Is
nown that this eomnanv has taken title
to a large amount of Fast Stark street
property and that It will probably come
Into the city along that street with Its
lines, and that In ail probability Its
headquarters will be established In tha
east side business district.
w. ll. Grenfell Is building a four
series, two-storv f rama flat on Park
street between College and Jackson, -
TAKING FIRST LOOK -
AT A LOCOMOTIVE
Remarkable Experience Cornea Into
Uvea of Many of Good People
'; of Tillamook Country. :
Medford Is Organizing for a
Grand Festival .Week ;
. .-of Pleasure, A
; VISITORS EXPECTED
Governor Chamberlain Will Probably
Be Present to Deliver Ad1ress .
Unique Entertainment Fentnrea
Prrnented by Local Talent. ;
, tBpedel Dtapstes to Tke Journal.)
Medford, Or., July 10. Preparations
are rapidly being completed for the
Madford carnival and fruit fair, which
will be held from -August ( to, 10 under
tha auspices of tha . Madford commer
cial club.. During the same time the
Stata, Horticultural' society will be In
session here. An elaborate oroaram haa
been prepared and Indications are that
Medford will be called on to entertain
20,000 people from various parts of
Dr. C. R. Ray.s chairman of tha ex
ecutive committer, hsVi received tha fol
lowing from Governor Chamberlain:
"I am not sura that I can ba with
you during tha carnival, but I will
take pleasure In going If I can get
away from my labora here. I thank
you for tha courtesy Implied by your
luTiwiimi, nu irum fuu may ail nave
a pleasant and DrosDeroue time."
John Manning, district attorney of
Muumiman county, nas accepted an in
vitation to apeak at Medford -during
ther carnival, and has selected August
, as tha day on which, he will deliver
TJ nlQ.ua jroyelty Teatues.
William' McMurray, -general passen
ger agent of tne Southern Paclflo lines,
has also accepted an Invitation .to speak
at the carnival; other speakere who
have been Invited are. Senators Fulton,
Gearln and Mulkey, who are expected
to make speeches in addition to the
regular program provided hi the Stata
Horticultural association. .
The carnival Is under tha manage
ment of Lincoln J. Hart, who success
fully conducted the society cirous at
Portland recently, and who has ar
ranged an elaborate program with spe
cialties which will be conducted by
Medferd people, assisted by outside at
tractions. Among the features are the
dally balloon ascension and parachute
drop and a thrilling leap for life over
a 40-foot gap by a dare-devil bicycle
rider. . ;...... .
DARK0W TO ADDEESS
(Special rXapatca te IDe Joe real.)
Spokane, Wash., July i0. In view of
the Haywood verdict tha Socialists are
jubilant and are holding rallies,- cele
brating the event. They have arranged
to have Clarence Darrow and other
members of tha federation otffloers'
force -of attorneys, - address meetings
here at some early date. -
The oil steamer Asuncion will arrive
up at Portsmouth this afternoon. The
K. .W. Porter anit Are-vll have nailed
The steam schooner Excelsior arrived!
from San Francisco last night to load
lumocr ror a return cargo.
A steam schooner arriving at fan
Francleoo reports having paaad a long
strip of the steamship Columbia's hur
ricane deck adrift, near where the ves
sel went down.. The fact that It has
torn away from the Iron hull goea to
prove the assertion thst she sank to
a great depth. . -
' MARINE NOTES ',
Astmia, July SO. Arrived at 4 and
jhii up hi i. m.,nmr Aninrion,
from San Frsnclsco. Arrived down at
e ana sauca at lu a. m., steamer W. ti.
Porter, for Monterey, Sailed st 7 a.
m.. stesmer Breakwater, for Coos Bay.
nun r rnci!co. - uiy ID Arrived,
steamer George W. Elder, from Port
land. , ' ", ,
Astoria, July II Balled at. 4:30 o.
in., uBiAvnunii jn. uriiiiin, ior jte-
oonao. ,Arrivea at s:w p. m.. and left
up at midnight, steamer Roanoke, from
han Pedro and way ports.
San Pedro, July 10. Arrived, Nor
wegian steamer Sarogatad, from Muro
rsn. via Columbia river.
Newcastle, Australia, " July 10 Ar
rived July 17, British ahlp Dlmsdala.
from Portland. .
Astoria, July 10. Condition of tha
nar at I a, m., smooth; wind southeast,
six miles; weather clear.
Tides at Astoria today High water:
4:Jl a. m., t.7 feet; 6:14 p. m, g.4 feet.
8peelal IMiDatck te The' Joareal.) ,.V
Bar City ' Or ' Jul 10 Tha arhnnnor
WalUcut loaded with material for tha
oyue railroad hag, arrived in from
Portland. Tha arrival of this consign
ment has been expected dally for . the
ri ujuiiin nu vonsequenuy tnare waa
much rejoicing when the barge was
sighted out over the bar. '
The Wallacut landed -at the wharf
drawing 10 feet of water. ahe bur
den consisted of a locomotive 10 flat
cars, a steam shovel, handcars, 1.000
steel rails, spikes, bolts, coal, hay, tools
find numerous other things necessary la
the construction of a railroad.
Besides the matorlals the Wallacut
carried about 70 men. wha wUl be placed
In the construction camps between Til
lamook end this city. .......
No little Interest was aroused by the
arrival of the Wallacut Some of the
older residents of. thla country have
never been cut In the valley and all
they know about rallioada and looosno-
- , . T i mm. Ana
so the old engine on tha barge waa Quite
The first sound of a locomotive bell
waa nnra m me iiiiamoog country
when one of tha workmen, gladdened by
the prospects of again, treading terra
T I r m n r 1 i m KsH nAM .1. i ,
. ." b uiu vig
orously puiled tha belleord. . The dock
" huwbbu wilq . ounous people-and
ever since strangers have been flocking
' wwn irew mima arouna wty city,
v Building PermlU. ,i :
C T. Olson, one-story dwelling. Den
r."in, bttwrn Sumner and Webster.
11.200; H. J. Crouae, two-story dwell
ing, East Lincoln, between Eaat Thirty
seventh and Eaat Thlrt -lhth 11 Enn.
H. 13. Poach, aepelea dwelling. Eigh
teenth, between Flanders and Gllsan,
vu; wnaries Henderson, two-story
"""fi'ji iuwn, near aiary, S3,juu;
Mre. E. G. Jones, repair dwaUlng, Sal
mon, between Eleventh- and Twelfth.
!. ""t ..Vcr"la Don, wrecg Duildlng,
Yamhill, between Park and W p.rU
t.vv, ouiniwr jnewBii, cwo-siory a well
ing, utium ana Aiorse ii.SBa; w. C.
Repass, two-atory dwelling, Broadway.
between Eaat Seventeenth and Eaat
jNineieentn. iz.eou; tjan V, Anderson,
one-story dwelling, Sumner, between Al
blna and Michigan. 1 1,600: H. A.
Sternke; one-story dwelling, Eaat Flf-
tietn. netween Jast Main and East Sal
mon. $1,400. , . ,
KLAMATH'S PUBLIC "':
'(Special DUpatch te Toe Journal.)
Klamath Falls; Or. July 10. Tha
Klamath Falls public library Is now In'
stalled In tba new building donated by
Major Charles E. Worden, president of
ins American nana at Trust company
of thla place. '- The building is located
at the corner ef the courthouse -yard.
Although- In soma way Mr. Carnegie
overlooked this place In his generous
donations,, the cltv -haa been -fortunate
in naving tjarneglea among her own
Feople. The cltlxena have given very
Iberally, and a large crowd attended
the opening In the new' building. It is
the old Methodist church building, ren
ovated, and would be a credit to a city
much larger than' Klamath Falls. - The
imrary now nas about SOO books, as wsll
ss tne leasing magaxines or tne day.
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(Signed) ... . . ....... .V. ..... . .... ...
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Howard Paul, Supposed Pot-
V'T..- $500,000 Estate.: .
J Uesraat Spedsl Servlee.J .- .. -1
i Los Angeles, July 10. Surprising . ta
many acquaintances that ha made In
this city. wJienj ha contributed to sey
Aral nawananera and waa regarded as aa
ecoentrlo and harmless, but poverty
stricken old man, oomea the news from
London that Howard Paul has died there
ana ieri seuu.vuu, mosuy in omiu ,
Paul made but homo bare for soma
time, but Instead of going to relatives
here, lived In small apart inn a, sn
companted by a nurse, lm ms,-, bia
sinnographer, and he appeared t. be In
abject poverty. But now it nnvelnps
that he hoarded gold, lie left too,oi0
lu England to the newsboys of London,
and 460,000 to a young man who be
fi lndedhlm. In care of the Knicker
bocker Trust company. New Tork, was
left approilmately $40,000 over whtrh
there la likely to ba a ronteat, aa he
willed that It should go to the "sewing
women of New Tork, end at the same
time cut off three sister In the east
With I&00 each.'
1'aul waa the author of a well-known
book, "At Dinner With Celebrltle"
. He waa at one time head of the edi
torial staff of a fblladelphla news
PORTLAND FIRM GETS
l UMATILLA CONTRACT
( Washington. Bureaa ef Tbs Joarnal)
Waahlngton." D. C, July JO. The
Portland Wire Iron works has been
f riven tha contract for furnishing not
ess than 13,000 nor more than 28,000
! J 5BB
poun.la r.f atoel f.,hrlu to be ua-d in the
conairiK-tiKii f ciru-rme plp-a fur the
Vlliiatlli Irrlottloii t'le.-t. ll iuvolvrS
between 1 1.2m) and ll.iuo.
18 Waahlngton Is the center of In
terest for men today.
DIES FROM A FALL
. V2i HIS OWN KNITjS
Rpeelal fHapetra tn The Jonrnal.t
Bptte, Mont.. July JO. Frank Ma
lonlg la dead from an Injury received
In a 'peculiar accident. Malonlg had
won a dagger at a pleasure resort and
had placed tha knife In his Inside cone
pocket. While walking along tha street
he tripped and fell. The dagger entered
his breast, penetrated his lungs and also
severed a large artery. All efforts o
staunch the flow of blood proved un
availing and death soon followed.
Metsger A Co., Jewelers, J4t Wash
ington street ....
Tha want ads will bring about-a good
many transactlona today and at least
one of them ahould concern you.
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: s ? Wednesday, July 31, at 2;30.p..xnv the second, free demonstration on
Salads and Salad-making by Miss Lillian -Tingle. "After the demonstra
tion we invite you to inspect our market and refrigerators." Open markets
are not sanitary. Dresser's markehas a plate-glass front and all meats,
poultry and fish are kept in sanitary ventilated refrigerators, under. gfass.
This is the melon season. Don't cut warm melons, don't waste-your ice
cooling them. ' Ours are ice cold. Try one. .; s I
HRIXE INTELUGEN CE '
Begalac tlners Pne to Arrive. ;
Allianre, Coos Bay .i... ...... .July SO
. ..July in
I. Ha n. i J a Kmh Vul..
- ' . - ' i u ana WIT, , , , JUIT SO
Hrakwater. Coos Bay Augusts
M Pica. Ban rranrlaoo. .V.AVu.t i
!. w. Flder, Ban Pedro and way. Xul 7
, 'i 'ti n n i in, one i,...,,,!..,.
, iromedla. orleat. . , , ..-October! I
KegnUr XJaera ta Bepai.
roanrke, fin Pedro and way,.,, Aug l
J rifattle and way... -..Augusts
A . Coos Hay August 1
r in, orient August S
.i.r, coos Bay ........ Aug. t
it, Fn Pedro and way. .Aug. 7
i, l-Hn hranrlaco . ...Aua.
. ..rtftit. ......August t
i, I'.nt...... ..September IS
oi i Kept. 26
Vessels In Tort.
T Kor.'etr . .. ,V. .. , .Alblna
I "tn Knapptnn
i r ns.,.ijtt. west, i.iir. t;o.
- West port
, ' T... W.l X ' ..
' .1. niuilil'll. A,u. .
forliand I.hr. Co.
. ... . ... V. .. etts I, & B. Wk4
Transit, Am. aohr. ...Astoria
Virginia, Am. schr... .8L Helens
Irene, Am. achr .Astorlt,
Thyra. Nor. str.v. .Inman-Poulaon dock
lyra. Am. str.iNortn facinc Lumber Co
Nicomedia, Or. ss. .Alaska
;xceisior. Am. ss. ... Portland Lbr, Co.
James Rolph. Am. Sch.. Westnort
UoanoKs. - Am. . Sir.. ... .Martin's . dock
..,Xnjaba Carrlara Xa.. motav-
Aurelln, Am. tr........ ..Ban Francisco
("a co. Am. str. ......... .Ban Francisco
Jim Butler; lAm. str...., ,.8a Francisco
K. E. Inmanl Am. str. . . . ,San Francleco
Thomas L. Wand. Am. str. Ban Franclsoo
Coaatcr, Am. str. ....... .Han Francisco
Furls M. Plummer, Ana. sch. . .Ouaymaa
Wasp, Am. str...... Han Francisco
Northland, Am. str ....... San Francisco
King Cyrus. Am. achr.... Ban Francisco
Beulah. Am. sch ....Ban Francisco
AmerioanaAm. sch .......... Ban Psdro
. Ba Boats With Cement and OaasraL '
Buccleuch, Br, ah.. .......... .Hamburg
Rrenn. Fr. bk. ............ . t . t .... Hull
Conway Castle, Br, bk, ....... .Antwerp
F.urope, Br. ok i... Antwerp
Genevieve Mollnoe, Fr. bk. London
Ken Kervller. Fr. ah.. ..... ..Hamburg
Laenneo. Fr. sh....,..J....,,.,.8wansca
Ie Filler. Fr. bk ....London
Martha Rout, Fr. bk.. .Hamburg
1.1 13 -w U...(. lA
Samoa. Br. bk. Bhlelda
Blam, Oer. sh. .... i ............ .London
Th era Fr. sh.. ptewcaetie. ti.
Vlncennes. Fr. bk..... Olssgow
Marechaet Turrene, Fr. bk. .. .Hamburg
Vllle ds Mulhouae. Fr. bk. .... .Antwerp
Ouet haryf Fr. bk ............ . .Antwerp
Plerrl Laitl. Fr. bk.... Antwerp
Waldea Abbey, Br. sh. . .... ...Antwerp
Oleneeslin, Hr, sh AnFwerp
Veraelllea Fr. bk I-flth
General da Boladeffre, Fr. bk ..London
General de Negrler, Fr, bK lxmuon
Bayard, Fr, hk ............ . .Antwerp
Villa da Dijon, Fr. bk Antwerp
Coal Rhlpg Zi Boat.
Belen, Fr. bk ............ . Newcastle, A.
CoU ds VUlebola Marenll. Fr. bk
Cla verdon, Br. eh. Newcast le, A.
"inacoii. Am. ug ........ rvewcani i, A.
Port Patrick, Br. ah. ... ..Newcastle, A.
?.t,rr'm r- ah... Newcastle, A.
trljlon. Vr. ble .....Newcastle, A.
ru-ncraig. Br. Wt... Newcastle. A.
e wrestle, A.
Castle Uock, Br. sh.... Sydney? A.
. tiaaj lUtatn Ba Bowta.
Rthl!,tir,lr' Br-' tr ..Madras
Stratlineas, br. str. ...port Los Angeles
..??VJP.i,Wa.1.Fl4',n Size.. :0
Arrtpocralg. Br. bk.... Nee
Eugene Buhnelder, Fr. bk.Nee
VliV.?n'.fr-. bk ............ Ne
r :m V : it'll
Oo tlie Very TM ngs .
Yom Need tlie Most
CLEARING That's the watchword with us. It's the uppermost thought in our mind now. We have left
;no stone, from stockroom, to counter, unturned in our untiring effort to restore our stocks to their' normal
"end-of-thc-scason's" "condition. This page of phenomenal offers represents a careful sifting of our lines '
in every section. ' The time is rapidly drawing near when every vestige of this stock will have to be disposed
of so we may begin the new season under the most auspicious circumstances, hence our disregard for profits.
Not Just Odd Lots
; But myriads of fabrics and up-to- ,
. the-hour patterns, f :
They are actual $12;50, $15, $16.50
... and $18 values at. , . . . . .
Men's $25.00 Suits reduced to
Men's Pegtop Corduroy Pants, ' the ' $4.50
..'.,. . kind, now v .
5 2.3 5
Any Summer Suit in the House,, values to
1 ',$30.00. Choice
: ; $15.00
Men's $2000 Suits reduced to
' Men's $10.00 ; Outing Suits now
Any Stfaw'IIatln the house, 25c to $3:50
' - and $5.00 values , ' 1
Plenty of Split. Straw! Sailors: iii " this lot
Any Panama Hat in the house, $7.50, $8.00
'.: . and $10.00 values, now '
Any Straw Hati $1.00 to $1.50 Values,
- - ' - now selling at - -
. . ..... 0
Split Straw Sailors and Soft Straws
Men's $6.00 Pants now;:;;. $3.65
Men's $5.00 Pants now....... . .....,"$2.85
Men's $4.00 Pants how. . . .7 '. . ;.". , .. $2.35
Men's $3.00 Pants ijow. . ; ....... . . .$1.85
Men's $6.Q0 Panamas, the , greatest values
Men's $1.50 American Pongee Shirts how
Men's $1.00 Tan Sateen Shirts now
i Look in the other store windows and then look in ours, where you will find.-V-:'MVi"-f-aw--'
The Best Goods
"Out of the High
69-71 THlrd Street
; ; The Newest Styles The Lowest Prices
The Store That Others Imitate But. None Dare to Follow
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Horseshoes Over the Doors