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THE . OREGON DAILY JOURNAL", PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING. 'AUGUST 5. ISS7
TO OIL TRUST
Increase in Price DucfSolely
, . to. Standard Oil' Com
i pony's Machinations. -
. (Joans! Special Service.)
Washington,- Aug. I Bevelationi ere
mad in a report submitted by Herbert
Knox Smith, commlsslonsr of. r
tlons. concerning the PUon" "'J
, Standard Oil company. Commlsalonor
'"Thelsuludard Orteompany P
'albto tor Tcourj. of 5 fh.,e0;
letim and lt produots during
21 ,ur. Ths Standard ,h,:n'"t'
orUly used lt power to ralaa tha Prlca
of oil during tha WWlj."g
absolutely but alao relatival to ins
V.0,8UndVd'bi5Ulm.4 thet tt ha.
reduced the price of oil; that It w
ESS benefit to the wneum.,. .d
that only a treat combination Use tne
Standard could to turn n u
fheprloe that have prevallML -"Each
one of theee claim,
rwmiaalmer Smith, "la disproved
Ftantord Oil mpany from HMU t04
- whrfotVV'dlrid;nd.-r"ocelv by the
Ft.Td.rd from lUt to 7oVnVe
ISJ.ia. thu averaging I4.li per cent a
SubsTantlally certain that the ent.r,
net earnlnsa of the Standard from 18
? m. were at leaat $70.000,000 and
V&VSSlSZ? have been
based on an lnreatment worth at the
time of Ha original aoqut.ltlon of not
more than $7M0Q.wip.
(Continued from Page One.)
:Auld also loin with them In preparing
the resolutlbna. Tfceee wm oe oi
for publication wlien wmP'.r.Srt
!' .irESr.w .hi aentlment of
Milwaukee aolld cltlaena la against the
-There la no little Indignation .
preased tmonf the PP1 f. "i!",,"
,. ssunlty." .aid the p.. or thl. -o.
EMY III ACTION
Unusually nigh Percentage
at Tacoma Ready at .
.(Special Dispatch to The JoaraaL)
Tacoma. Wash- Aug. 5. With tha
majority of the entranta In attendance,
play in the vnteenth annual tourna
ment for the Paclflo northwest tennla
championahtp began this moraine;. The
nrm meicnea scneouieu w.i.
women' doubles, women's singles and
men's singles. ' ' . . . ...
All day yesterday . and last night
players were arriving In Tacoma and
were quartered at nouns or who riuu
here. To the great satisfaction' of the
tournament . committee the number of
early arrivals Is uncommonly large,
giving assurance that there will be lit
tle delay In the matchea as scheduled.
Before tonignt ail piayera mwto mi
the meet are expected to be here.
I me prominence oi iu.
contest lor iropniea
iber entered unusual
On account o
players who will
mnA thA l.rM Mum
Interest is shown in the tournament by
followers of the game. The largest
galleries ever assembled to watch a
tennis meet In Taooma are looked for
by the local management . .
In order to finish play this week the
tournament committee has found .It
necessary to make hard and, fast rules
compelling competitors to play their
matches on schedule time. Matches
will be declared defaulted If there Is a
delay of more than II minutes, .except
lr. extraordinary cases.
Today opening matcnas are as xoi-
11 a. m. Misses Keown and D. Ker
shaw vs. Misses B. Balllle and Temple,
court 1; Miss 6weetland vs. Miss
Loomls, court I; Miss woraen vs. miss
Opts, court I; Mies Balllle vs. Mrs.
Caldwell, court 4; Stuart Rice vs.
Cardln and Lyon vs. don,- court .
11:10 a. m. Vaeth vs. Richards;
Whipple vs. J. Browne. ,
IDAHO'S BILL IN V
Bhouldo? the talnUdv reputation which
this notorloua place haa given t Fur
thermore It is the height pi follrto
i sert. or even assume that the best ett
Isens out here stand In favor .of the
place or its- gambling games.
I am reflecting the "",'
fully per cent of the resldenU of this
place when I aay that Mllwaukle to uii
ilterably opposed to the club and it op
eratlone: It Is not a factor for good,
does not bring desirable residents Into
our midst end has been t1"1? 1u"
' as an Institution which has done more
for the upbuilding of thle place than
any other. To the contrary It Is tear
ing It down. This ctty Is not and never
isi been proud of the Institution.''
' eattte'a SaU s Taroe.
- Bhsrlff Beattle-s -raid" laat Saturday
J night la token with large quantlttee of
ailt by resldenU of the town. The slot
machlw-a.otbs roulette table and faro
banks en other gambling parapher
iaTla wire Tall taken eut of the building,
(wrapped up with canvas, and stored In
one of theaa small buildings on the
When the Clackamas eounty authority
. arrived, he saw nothing. Hie coming
i had been announced In advance. Upon
his arrival he was Justified In his re
marks, when, after looking around the
main building, he said: . -
"I don't see any evidence of gambling
going on here.",.
The cltlsens committee appointed
last night to draft resolutions. Betting
forth the position of the city regarding
' the club, consists of Rev. F. M. Fisher.
, J. W. Orasle, F. Blrkameyer, B. M. Fish
and Mr. Armstrong. -.
JUBILANT RESIDENTS ;
' (Continued front Page One.) "
IgiaUttu'g Appropriation of Hnn
dred Thousand Nearly Goi
Two Codntlcs pay, Beside.
(pedal IMipeteh to The lesiaaLt "
Boise, Ida Aug. Tha state board
of examiners hag been going over the
bills incurred In the Haywood ease.
prior to and during the trial. The total
amount of the bills allowed by the board
la 114.000. Other bills to the amount of
11.100 hav been filed with the board
and there are still In outstanding bills
the ,eum of 16.400. This amount will
bring the total to ftS.000, leaving only
$6,000 of the appropriation made by the
laat session of the legislature. In view
of the fact that the casea of Pettibone,
Moyer and SlrapkThs are still on the
calendar and have been set for October
1, It seems altogether probable that de
ficiency warrants will be In order again,
if the cases are ever tried, and there are
those who believe they never will be.
Of the amount expended In the case
James H. Hawley, chief counsel for the
state, received 120.000, the Mnkertons
S2,m.?l and the balance was distrib
uted among the lesser lights In the case
for the state.
The counties- of 'Ada and Canyon will
pay bills nutslde of the Bute's blUi in
excess of IJ0.000. ,.. '
V' BULLET IN BRAIN 7
' B ' . ','-'
Such Was Result of Collision
. Between Streetcar and
As the result of a collision between
southbound ear No. 117 of the . sixteenth-street
line and a wagon at
Twenty-second and Thurman etreets at
8:16 o'clock this morning. J. F. Hawkes.
driver of the vehicle, was Injured and
one of tha horses subsequently killed.
Hawkeewho resides at SO I Oregon
street, and conduota a wood camp i
Hoi brook. ' was driving a light wg.n
drawn by two horses, across the in
tersection of the two streets when the
Sixteenth-street car. traveling at a fair
rate of speed, crashed into tha rear
end of the vehicle. Hawkea . waa
thrown to tne grouna ami "";
street. At Twenty-secona
streets one of the
a 'telephone poie
animals ran Into
and was instantly
. hnrm eaCBDea un-
Injured and was caught by sevsral ped
estrians. . '.. j n, v,
Hawkes was wnawi j v..
id waa later removed to his home, ii
OIL TRUST WONT
PAY HEAVY FINE
(Bptetal Otopetefc to Tbe
m Vnrk tur. K. Check Clark of
tha standard Oil press agents, positively
declared this morning that the fine as
sessed by Judge juanois ""."iii'"
Standard will not be paid, adding: "Why
should we worry, wnen tne u .
going to be paid anyway.' , ,
Sale Record Broken.
T.a jvnrta thronred the Hub
Clothing Co.. st Third and Burnsldeall
day Saturday. Paul Strain, the proprie
tor, was exceedingly gratified with the
results, but Bald he waa not surprised
because the Hub secured tne isu.vvv
stock of clothing of t"h,MtroPyitf1n
clothing company. Sixty-third and Hal
stead Streets. Chicago, at exacUy Jl
centa -on the dollar of its real whole
sale value, ana are ,' "V
nusrter, one third and one half the price
the garments may be had for at any
Other place west or rew mri. .....
Tha sale goes on n, wwm.
Keavvy Travel to Seaslda.
tTnndreda of people are going dally
to Clatsop beach and Seaside. People
returning from this popular summer re-
gort say inn un.i mi. j
had the excellent train service that Is
now- being given by the Astoria
Columbia River railroad to these beach
resorts only four hours' ride down the
Columbia river to the Facirio ocean.
Two through trains leave dally, I a. m.
and D m. Special train Saturdaya,
tTlO P. m.' City ticket office Third and
Morrison streets. .
(Continued from Page' One.)
. in mv.nnlnlon waa cnbllahtng tha law
from Bellinger and Cotton's code rela
' tive toyufflclais who refuse or neglect to
Joamal'a area right.
Rev. J. R. Landsbo rough of tha Pres
, bytertan church of Oregon City, said:
"Tbe Journal made .a great fight and
aided us materially in our work of
closing the Mllwaukle club. Had it not
been for the newspapers, tha movement
would not have amounted to aavthlng at
i this time. Now It la ended and la a
great rlctory for tha people.
' "I aS not like the Idea of having the
waukle club. It looks as If tha cloaing
move were not sincere. It will require
vigilance on the part of tbe community
to keep the place closed, but our com
' mlttee will remain Intact and will Bee
. tnat the officials perform their duty
-'In the future. We want no more gam
'' bllng and Intend to see that we do not
have It. ' .
"The fight was the people's and once
It waa started, swept along everything
before it It gathered force at every
'' step and today the cltlsena are rejoicing
to think the club la closed and gambling
' . Bejotoi&r AS Tlotory.
Rev. John M. Linden, Of the First
- Baptists church,' waa one of tha happleet
. men In Oregon City this morning. He
referred to the Closing of the Mllwaukle
' dub aa a great victory for the moral
and - decent element - tn -Clickamas
I oounty. He said:
"At my church yesterday all I said
was thai the club had been cloeed,
That waa enough. The people breathed
a sigh ot relief to think that the evil
had been stopped In its works of rob-
blng the young men and fathers In this
. county. Never before have I aeen a
large congregation so happy over an
, announcement as mine waa yesterday
, when told the club had been closed.
, , Surely they must have had tha matter
much at heart to have been affected
tbe way they were. I
; "But let me tell you that we all
. appreciate the work of The Journal
. and other newspapers. Had it not
, ben for The Journal's aggressive light,
. tbe movement would be now where it
wns at. the start I think The Journal
i did the work of closing tha club.
Surprised t Attttmda,
' "What I cannot understand Is the at
according to tier story. Wherever they
lived, she said, their Derslstent Quarrel
ing made her ashamed for both herself
snd htm, and she showed red marks of
fingers on her neck where' he had choked
her as a result of tha quarrel Saturday
, -Wife Worked for tbe Family,
Mrs. Woodruff works as well as the
head of tha family. She Is at ere sent
bookkeeper and Btenoe-raoher for the
Clackamas Lumber company, and from
October until May 1 was a stenographer
lor the Blumauer-FTank Drug company.
The little girl was taken to a nursery
eadk day by one or the other of the
It' was 10:41 o'clock this morning
when Woodruff appeared at the oflces
of ths lumber company to plead with his
wife. He went directly to the apart
ments on Montgomery street upon leav
ing the Raleigh building. He had evi
dently laid down on the couch, claeed
the muxxle of the gun close to his tem
ple and 11 red. . The bullet cam out over
tbe lert eye.-
Mr. and Mrs. Woodruff eame to Port'
land from Omaha, Nebraska, about two
years ago. Woodruff was first sm-
loyed In a laundry on the eaat side, but
for several montns ass naa a good
tlon at the Portland Hotel. He waa 27
years old. The little girl waa always
kept neat and the family seemed to be
In prosperous circumstances. They had
been living at the Montgomery street
apartment house only shout three
months. They were sot well known
there. , - '.
PENDLETON MAY GET
uscxra tom nowx exxxxs.
.. A lady, prominent In social cir
cles Just returned from a sojourn
in Europe, brings back with her
a valuable skin food recipe, which
she saya la In general uaa among
ths society women of Prance, who
have an International reputation
. for. their exquisite oomplexlona.
The recipe la aa follows:
Two ounces of Rose ' Water;
one ounce - Spirits of Cologne;
four ounces Sartoln (crystai
lsed). Put the Sartoln la a pint of
hot water (not boiling), soft wa
. tor being preferable. When IS
la dissolved and cooled strain
through a fine cloth, add the
Rose Water and Splrlta of Co
logne. This preparation to be
applied twice a day or oftener
and massaged thoroughly into
the skin and. If adhered to peratat
ently it said to produce wonders
even on : the worst complexion
or roughest skin. It Is an Inex
pensive mixture and the Ingre
dients can be gotten from any
well stocked . drug store, the
above formula making enough to
laat quite a while, and sufficient
for a very thorough' trial.
(Continued from Page One.)
to' a tender and acceptance of a formal
Invitation from tha club. AA answer
InlurTeT sre regarded as serloua wa received from the noting secretary
ii.' Tiki II.- tr.r th accident has I at Wuhlnrtnn nvln. U ' TI711..- ..A
not been determined, some of the pas
sengers on the car holding that Hawkes
was to blame, while others- maintain
that the motorman was
FLAG OVjER CUBA
gpanlsh-Amerlcan soldlsr. saio to oe
the man who hoisted the stars and
..--.- BmnHmmtt da Cuba. WBB
drowned today near Court won, accord
ing to a oispatcu to w Vj "--,,..
For an attsmpt to swim ths English
at Washington saying Mr. ' Wilson bad
departed and that ha expected to visit
Portland snd "would be at the Portland
hotel." This was taken to mean that
ha would be open to any engagement
the olub' might desire to make. lie has
now been In -the city two days,- and as
yet no arrangementa have been made to
entertain him. Tomorrow he will. If
able to receive call-era, be again waited
upon oy a oommitiee.
. . Caught Severe Cold.
It la said Secretary Wilson cauarht a
severe cold while exploring in tha Cas
cade forest leserve In the vicinity of
Mount Rainier last week. Ha came
from Tacoma over the Northern Paclflo
yesterday morning. It Is his Intention
to SDend several dava In and about Port
land, He will. If his health permits,
make investigations of the forest re
serve In Oregon, with a view to the
dontlon by his department - of anma
policy that will lead to the retlmberlng
of sections that have been burned over.
The rapid dlaaDDearanca of eastern
timber and the country's sole reliance
on the Paclflo northwest and a few
localities In the aouth for the lumber
aupply of tbe future have lead the gov
ernment to seriously oonslder methods
Ot starting new timber growth In the
natural forest sections of the country.
The forest reserves are regarded aa the
oeat piace tor mis work, ana tne sec
tions that have been burned over are
said to be the most available ground.
Barred la Three' Cabinets.
The forest service, of the government
falls under the Jurisdiction of the head
of the department of agriculture, of
which Mr. Wilson is the head. He la
an Iowa man. and has tha distinction
of having served In the cabinet of
three administrations. H Is 70 years
old and a life-long Republican, and first
appeared in politics In Tama ounty,
lowa. later Decerning famous !n that
state s political maneuvers aa "Tama
Jim" Wilson. He waa associated with
the old Iowa Republican- regime. Includ
ing J. 8. Clarkson, John H. Gear, W. B.
Allison and the late Senator Harlan.
"My child was burned terribly about
the face, neck and chest. I applied Dr.
Thomas' Eclectrlo OIL The pain
ceased and the chlrd sank Into a rest
ful sleep." Mrs. M. Hanaon, Hamburg,
preferred gtock Censed (roods.
Allen A Lewis' Best Brand.
. . - ....
MEN'S OUTING SUITS " :
YOUTHS' OUTING SUITS -
BOYS' WASH 'SUITS W:M
LADIES' WASH SUITS AND :! COATS?
PANAMA AND STRAW HATS
$2.50 Outing Trousers . $1.75
$3.0 0 Outing Trousers y ; , $2.05
- $3.50 OutingVTrousers " $2.25 ,
$4.00 Outing Trousers $2.85
: $5.00 Outing Trousers . $3.35 I
$6.00 Outing -Trousers . : $4.25. .
' . ' .,, -.':
. ' t, ' , ,t, '.
' . J '
Special 25 Per Cent ort Balance of Stock. ? Weed $2.00 to $10.00
i I V ' 'A-
All Summer Weight Union Suits One Half ;
COOPER RIBBED 75c Garments 45o
LISLE THREAD $1.00 Garments 60o
MAKES tha SKIN LIKE YOU WANT 11
, DOES IT IN A MOMENT .
" A liquid preparation
for Face, Keck, Arms
' and Hands.
It Is neither sticky
aor greasy. .--.'
It's harmless, clean
and refresh In a.
Magnolia Cannot tw detected.
Two colors, Pink and
. . . , Use it morning, noon
. aad bight, Summer,
. .r- Winter, Spring, FaU.
' Lyon Manufacturing Co.,
44 S. Fifth St, . Brooklyn, N.Y.
(dedal DKoatck to The Josraal.)
Pendleton. Or.. Aug. 8. That Pendle
ton may be selected as the manufactur
ing center for the Reynolds Automatio
Sldehlll harvester la one or the possi
bilities of the town.' Ths company has
been making Inquiries regarding the
conditions here, snd as Pendleton Is In
the center of a great wheat belt It Is
ths desire of tbe
here. . :. '
company to eome
toward the club. Sural tha fathers
end mother of that place are not bo
Truch different from others In Clacka-
maa county that thev ara willing .a
rhave their sons brought up In the shad-
"w i.iiini reaorv nae tne mh
Lwaukle club. Ita very presence would
contaminate their youna- minds snd lead
them into a path ot vice. I simply can
not nnderatood their aentlmenU."
Cltlaena' in general. also joined la the
expressions -.tf satisfaction over the
closing of the club. . At the union meet
ing of churches last night the largest
auenasnca w neia was present tl
ever minorm k similar
HaeeUl Dtanateh ta Tbe loom. 1.1
Rock Lake. Wash.. Aua. B. J. Far
eon. an employe of the Chicago,
wautee s 8t Panl railroad. was
Ldrowned here Saturday while bathing
In the lske wltn tnree companions, hi
tried to swim across the lske and sank
when sbout half way across. The body
has not been recovered.
The ceonle were orderly and renraaam.
the better element of residents and all
came out to bear the latest news of the
' closing of .the ' Infamoua Mllwaukle
Had the elub- not been dosed Sattir
" day oiclit. a movement waa on foot tn
send out notices In the shape of printed
' handbills calling- ths cltlsens of Clack-
amas coonty together to take public
actlnit In - reference to tne open gam
I'linr conducted at ine resort at Mil
waukle. It was the Intention of placing
t h-e hills in every noma in me count
, snd ariMiaing the people to the real slg-
. nlf'--en. of the situation.
1 he I-.alng of the club made this
, move nun." Mnry and the cltlsens are
- pr w aii''ig to see whether the offl
. ! i. 1 rf anything to the owners of
ii.. riub. If t.)"y do not action may be
inkta to tote tlisoi to do bo. ,,i
feat ends; FATALLY
ft . MM
ltll gkraas. .
TMIT BOS'T CRACK BO QUtOK"
Rave "LIWOCOaD syelet bsttoalKrieai
tMj to butioa. Stroag te hole.
aio. r. tot a oa, sen Tsov.n.v.
Buy it as you buy but
ter; tea is as good or as
bad as butter; so's coffee.
Tear treeer rtrarss rear sioeay H ye sea't
Hke SchilliSf's Beat; we pa? hi ok
m iiipiBii.ui.1. mwimiiiiiii ('.WSBB
L " : : :
It Dot a dlfflcult matter whan you
TBE ORIENTAL WOOD FINISH
A combination of most durable Var
nish and Stains for Interior Wood
Work, Floors, furniture, ate,
Till BIG PAINT STORE
Fisher, Thorsea & Co.
'" -' ' ' - '' ll
No inert, torpid, lazy
stocks here. When lines
become broken, - when
pieces dwindle to rem
nants, whjm odds and
ends crop, up, Jthey are
not allowed to accumu
late at the Boston. . Ex
tremely high grade mer
chandise , at , extremely
low grade prices. ,
The Boston Store
for Great Values in Shoes
794 for Ladles, vlcl turn ' sole,
-.value 93.00. .4.;
S1.45 for ladfes patent U-button,
i value $1.(0. ...
SI. 19 for ladles' patent laoe. vaJus
. ta.oo. ' ". ;. '
l.OO for ladlea patent l-strap
Bllppet, value 1.I0. ,
400 pairs of ladles white hoes,
lightly damaged, value $1.00,
ii io, for ,...:esw
Men's Dress Bhbes ....... .S.1.39
Men's' Dress Shoes' . .. .(1.65
'Men's Dress Shoes ....... .(1.95
Special All $3.10 shoes on sale for
S2.4S. front; to 11 tomorrow
" morning. Come early. '.
Boys'. Dress Shoes
Boys Dress Shoe
Boy' Dress Shoes
Misses whit 'oxford for
Children's lace and Silk Hats
45 Lace and Silk Hats for
children, values up to
$3.50. To close 25 (J
25 L.WHITE ;MNEN
SUITS for ladies, val
ues lip to $8.50. To
close ; '
To close , 1.00Q Lace Col-,
lars, 25c values, V -i '1
Remarkable Bargains la
Only a fsw left of Boy Wash
Suits from our $1.00 and $1.50 lot,
'tomorrow ................. ,S5e
II black serge suits for boys; sites
. run from I to 7 only, out th price
J only 59
Odd lot of boy' $1.00 and $$.54 mel
ton worsted suits, odd slses. at.
.... ,. ......, a,.... 98C
B0 suits for boys, from 0 to 14 year
of age: they are mads of serge,
worsted, melton cloth and are the
tall end of our $$.(0 and 1171 lot.
100 pair of boy $0 knee pants;
slses to 14, tomorrow...... 19)
10 pair of men' 76c bib overall.
.. . lumnir , weight, tomorrow. . .35 t
Special sale of Straw Hats; all $1.00
. and $1.$0 atraw hate, tomorrow
Stirring Prices la
11 llarht Vasts. In small and larva
sixes, the remnants of our II.IO
, and 11.10 regular stock, all good
pattern, tomorrow ........ .60
'Broken lot of lOo and Itt under.
. wear for men. all color and
weight, tomorrow .394
A lot of small sites In men' ' and
youths' Hal underwear, very light
. weight' for hot weather. 'tomor
row ......v 19t
A lot of HH.' II and im work
shirts for men; they come in blue
. only, tomorrow 254
.100 dress shirt for men. In fancy
light colore, aoft collars, some of
them have two pockets, the end of
our $1.00 stock, tomorrow. . .494
Broken lots of linen collars, the reg
, ular I for $&e kind, tomorrow, 4
Keinarkable. Prices la
100 Shirtwaist for ladles In whtl
India linen, gray chambray and
fancy colored sateen; the rem
nant of our $1.00 etock; to...
19 left only of large si e In our
, $1.(0 stock of fin white Waists:
tomorrow ....... .im-. ,48er
All th rest of our Shirtwaist In
wash fabrics; $3.50 and MJ&0
.ones Included; tomorrow. .. .75'
4lo Skirt fbr women and misses.
In blue or black; $3.10 and $1.00
: values tvery one of them: to
morrow ................ . .9oeV
10 long Coata for ladfes; all that 1
left of thl line; they are regu- ;
jar In also and were $10 former
. ly; tomorrow ...2.60
1.95 take any misses $$.$0 to
7..0 Coat In th house. Thl
mean any sis or color.
10 beautiful sllk-llned all-over Hk
. . Iscs Eton Coata; w used to sell
. th eame coat for $11.61: to- .
.'morrow I4.BB .
11 white linen PraBOls; heavily
embroidery or lac Inserted; en y
II brown llk Petticoats; ths snd
of this line, of $t took; to--
. morrow ...,......$2.45 .
Two doosn black sateen Skirtav In
long lengths only; th tail eno 01
our $1 lot; tomorrow
A lot., of short Kimonos In light
rrlnted dimity and lawn; to close
he lot at, each..... ...25e
10 floen of ladle lac Hose; worth
from ISo to 10c: this Is 11 ot this
. lot; tomorrow ....... t, ..94
10 pair of It. $0 and $4 laoe Cur
tain: m yard long; very fine
net; tomorrow 914. P
All Lisle Thread Gloves,
any length, any
length, any 25 C