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THE Or.LCQII DAILY JOURNAL. FORTLAND, WEDNESDAY EVEIJTNC, AUCU3T 7.
PII1E III DEdD
Eastefti Supply Is Exhausted
: and Western Forests Are
Being: Called Upon.
MILLIONS OF FEET
CUT LAST SEASON
Idaho, Montana and Washington
Practically Furnishing All Thla
Grade of Lumber Now Uaed Is of.
; Special Importance Commercially
(Wuhinttn Bams ef Tb JoaraaLj
, Washington, Aug. T. Stattotica for
the fiscal year' Just closed show that
11S.III.000 feet of white -pin were cut
In Idaho, Montana, and Washington.
. This is sot .the whits pins of sastern
and northern states, but is so much like
It In general appearance and commer
cial qualities that they are used Inter
changeably. As Is well known.'tbe east'
ern vlgPe Dine supply is very low. and
l.vV. i.idly dwindling. For a long time
t was widely used for very many pur-
D(mea. and was exclusively used for
others, until the supply fell short and
something to take its place was de
manded. The nearest approach to It is
the white pine of Idaho, which In most
respects is its equal. . '
This tree extends into the adjacent
regions of Montana, and is found of
i commercial slae. but in small quantl-
ties, scattered through the Ofymplo
: mountain forests of - Washington, and
on the western slopes. of the Washing
' ton and Oregon Cascades, while a scat
tered and Inferior erowth Is met with
southward along the Sierras in Califor
nia. The supply of Idaho white pine.
however? may be expected to come
malnlv from Idaho and Montana.
A universally useful timber is white
pine. ; JTor . this reason very special in
. terest is centered in tbs supply or wnite
Dine available in Idaho and Montana.
The commercial pine timber of the
United States is drawn from two
groups, white pines and pitch pines, the
jailer commonly cauea yeiiow pi
The wood of the yelow pines is heavy
' and ef dark reddish or yellow color.
The wood of the white pines Is light
In weight and In color.
The two groups of pines may be dis
tinguished by their- needles. All true
white pines have needles in bundles of
live. Longleaf yellow pine has needles
' in bundles of three. The southern
shortleaf yellow pine and Great Lake,
rea. or Norway pine nave iwo-ieai ou ti
dies. The so-called Arisona or south'
ern Rocky mountain white pine Is really
a yellow pine, but with wood of such
exceptionally light weight snd color,
and or so excellent a quality that It
serves In place of lighter species.
IN HARVEST FIELDS
Maudeaqne Mishap Results fat Broken
Yaw for John McNabb Thomag
Hatch Hurt in Runaway.-
. (V . (Special Dttpattt to Tke JberaaLl -
Walla Wajla...Waslu .Auv.J. John
McNabb, a' young harvest hand, .was
brought t a Ahospltal here' yesterday
' .suffering from a broken Jaw, received At
the Slmpklns ranch while hauling water
for the harvest crew. McNabb was
driving a pair'1 of young mules. While
passing down a grade one of "the tugs
came down -and McNabb climbed off
. the wagon to fix It. While hooking the
.tug one of the mules Jumped, bringing
the doubletree around on McNabb's Jaw
.with crushing force. McNabb was al
' most knocked -senseless, but managed
ito make his way to town and have his
Injuries attended to. One of bis Jaw-
- bones was badly splintered.
Thomas Match, a farmer residing
near Aiiaiia, was orougnt to Bt. Mary s
hospital yesterday suffering from se-
vere internal injuries received in a
- runaway accident while harvesting on
his place. A team that Hatch - was
driving became frightened and started
to run. Hatch was thrown to the
ground and reoelved Injuries about' the
Training for Sang
(Special Dispatch to TM loenuL)
WaUa Walla, Wash., Aug. 7. Fully
71 members of. the Walla Walla Maen
nerchor club will attend ths annual
sangerfeet to be held at Spokane begin
ning August SO. Professor Olson has
taken charge of the local singers. Re
hearsals will be held four times a week
until the sangerfeet begins.
I Por lafantf and CMldren.
. mtbi Yea Uais Alware Bsssilit
l Signature 6f
no sttomttsv o a as.
sro oo a Am.
We Set the Pace
in Painless Dentistry
Nervouo people and those afflicted
with heart weakness can now have
their teeth filled and extracted
without the least pain or danger.
To introduce our painless meth
od until August 31 we will do all
kind of dentistry at one-half our
regular prices. A protective guar
antee given with all work done by
ns. ., - -
Lady in attendance. Open eve
nings. ; -i ;
' Suite 3-4-5 Raleigh Bldg.'
Sixth and Washington Sta,
Phone Main 3880. -
'. Summer Reading.
We will take a few books with us. of
course, to mountain or seaside, or when
we plan the outing la the woods. What
shall they be. and how shall we get
the good out of them? One suggests
that It is well to have a' notebook into
which one Jots the best of each au
thor's thought and the cream of his
argument, i This,? necessarily . presup
poses that we Include. among the sum
mer books a few at least that are worth
reading. . . . -
Such a notebook may become valu
able. There la no doubt that many sof
us have often had the beat of oue
stories spoiled by being unable to" re
call the exact wording of the quotation
that we wished to use. and have-often
Sat dumb when the most pertinent sug-
Jestlon trembled on the ' tongue, but
uat escaped. -..,-,
. It is of little use to cull other peo
ple's thoughts If they do not- Jump with
your own. Kor this reason, a book of
ready-made quotations Is of so little
use. . It haS been made bv aome one
else, and your own tboug.t finds ii
stale and unprofitable. If you have the
fileasure -of making the book yourself,
t will have a real value. You will have
the satisfaction and it is a real one of
having your own inner thought corrob
orated by some one whom you know to
be a master in his own line. Vague
half-formed thoughts will-become crys
tallised as you find them expreased In
the pages -of some one else. In keep
ing such a book, the suggestion is also
well made 'that one should not try to
keep too much of the authorsimply
to skim the cream of the argument, that
the words may serve, not to bolster up
one's own weak memory, but as a re
vealment of the common thought. The
memory may be cultivated Instead of
being weakened by the process If .the
words quoted are but the key. .
And then. In auntlnr. ui one will, if
these words have become a part of the
mental furnlshlnrs .at the mind whlrh
culled them, as one reads them over and
absorbs them unconsciously,- they will
fit In with . one's own mental output
and not sound dldactlo and unreal.
I do not number mv borrowings."
said Montaigne, 'I weigh them; and had
I desired to raise their value by their
number, I bad made them twice as
It Is worth while emphasising. In this
hurrying and -superficial age, as ap
plied to reading, that one book carefully
reaa, mougnt over ana digested, is
irovldlng it Is worth reading" In the
lrst place worth a dosen skimmed.
The trouble with the skimming la that
It weakens . the memory and enfeebles
Moat of us have not much mentality
to spare. . Let us conserve what we
have by reading some sensible and valu
able Qpok In our vacation. The mind
does not need absolute rest; It demands
feeble, the tax of reading one good book
win not je injurious.
if one wants an insight into what is
worth cultivating In one's self by the
summer reading, take this thought of
"Ood has deliver yourself to your
care, and says: I had no one fitter to
trust thaa you. Preserve this person
ror me suon as ne is oy nature: modest.
beautiful,, alt hfuL. noble, tranquil."
-. ; ' , Salads."'' -.' "
Many agreeable hot weather salads
may be made by adding ingredients to a
fondant of gelatine, . preferably lemon
flavored, a that combines well with
other vegetables and .fruits. , '
One can scarcely go amiss In this sort
of salad making, -since fruits, nuts and
vegetables may he pleasantly mingled,
and for one who, like Elisabeth in her
rarden, can dine satisfactorily on salad
or six weeks continuously, all sorts of
variations may be obtained without los
ing the piquancy of this favorite dish.
Trv one day. for Instance. . after hav
ing made the lemon Jelly rand allow
ing It to become partially hardened, the
addition of sliced tomatoes. The next
time you use the Jelly foundation add
bits of celery, olives and apple. Such a
Jelly foundation may be -tastefully used
In grape fruit baskets or in halved
' !'' - :
For tbs Housekeeper.
A delicious Icing for cake Is made
with fresh berries. Crush a eupful of
the fruit, turn over it a third of a cup
ful e augar and let it stand an hour
or 'two. . Then press-'the berries through
a sieve,' add a tablespoonful of lsmon
Juice and confectioner's . sugar enough
to make a frosting thick enough to
spread and remain on the oake.
A favorite aisn in a rrencn rarany
consists of Spanish mackerel served
with young leeks. The leeks, with their
leaves on, are Dotiea ior nan an nour
in salted water and a tablespoonful of
butter. Meanwhile a Spanish mackerel
that has been spilt down the back Is
seasoned Inside and out with salt and
pepper, folded and brushed thoroughly
with melted butter and broiled for ten
minutes on each side. The fish Is
served In the middle of the platter with
the leeks arranged around it and accom
panied by a rich cream sauce seasoned
Wltn parsley ana lemon juice.
A nerson who has traveled In tropical
countries says that the fruit salads of
such places far outdistance the ones
made here. One of the chief differ
ences lies In the mixing-of the ingre
dients of the salads. Where such dishes
are reduced to an art the fruits are
sliced and arranged in successive layers.
the Juiciest kinds at the top; so that
they will permeate those below them.
Sugar Is sprinkled over each layer.
Pears, peaches, bananas, oranges, ap
ples, pineapple, etc., sliced thin, may all
contribute to delicious mixtures. They
snould be allowed to stand on Ice two
or three hours before serving. Some
of the blends are delicious served with
A JTree Oar lde.
Take Rose City Psrk car and get off
at O. R. as N. crossing and 'Visit Han
cock street addition. For particulars
call up East 1085, or Woodlawn 102.
2 Bandv road or Its Mississippi.
Spokane Camper Drowned.
(Special IMspatek to The Jeanal)
Snokane. Wash.. Aug. 7. Vern Wil
cox and Robert D. Mitchell of this city
were -drowned yesterday near Bridge
port, on the Columbia river. The boat
Is supposed to have capslsed with them,
ss It was found farther down the river.
The men were camping and were fish
Ins; In the rlvef.
son as utra
Ind lose ell Interest when help Is within
reach. Jlerblne win make that liver
perform Ite duties properly. J. B.
Vaughn. Elba, Ala., writes: "Being a
constant sufferer from constipation and
a disordered liver, Ithave found Herblne
t be the best medicine, for theee trou
bles, on the market. I have used It
constantly. I believe It to be the best
medicine of Its kind, and I wish all
sufferers from these troubles to know
the good Herblne has done me, Sold by
One-Fourth Off On All Buffets and Sideboards
- ' - '.' ..,' .,,.'' . , . -
Pick out the one you like fxat. Look at the price mark, on the ticket,-deduct S3 per cent from that, then name to. the man your own terms. I ay your own
terms and I mean it in the most liberal sense of the word. I'm going to give a copy of this ad to every salesman on the floor. These salesmen may look
downcast and shake their heads, wondering whether I'm working for or against the interests of the house. I say this, that I'm heart and soul in the interests
of the house in making this great price sacrifice, because I believe it is best to reduce this immense stock of splendidly executed dining furniture.' A word
more about "Your Own Terms" Pay $1.00 down, $2.00, or whatever you feel like paying. We will deliver the Buffet or Sideboard vou select to your
home, you then pay the balance in $1.00 a week payments. I want this offer to reach everybody. Now if you live out of town or have friends out of town
or, as in many cases, you are enjoying the seashore or outing, send us $1.00, describe as near as you can the one you. want. We will send you a receipt for
the dollar, reserve one of your selection for you and in addition give you the privilege of exchanging the one you select for any other in the house. Sale
7 lsts but three days Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Come in the store. Phone or write tomorrow.
WISE PEQPLE WILL BUY FURNITURE WHEN THEY CAN BEST BUY CHEAP-
EST A BUFFET, A SIDEBOARD WHAT MORE USEFUL, MORE NECESSARY
ARTICLE COULD BE BOUGHT? THESE WE OFFER ARE OF AN ORNAMEN
TAL NATURE AS WELL. PURE OF CUT, CLEAN OF MOLD AND BUILD.
OEDER NO. 15 Quffet in. fhe genuine quartered oak. .
Fitted with two- drawers for linen and silverware; lower
part opens with double door of oak, panelled glass; large
. plate mirror and shell; front and top
u uuuuii uuur ui psuciicu giasa, targe
nd Shelf; front and top (Jk " Jaw
ORDER NO. 27 Buffet in handsome weathered oak;7
double oak door; three smalt top drawers and heavy
pfate mirror; hinges and trimmings of gun metal
plain hut very attractive. Regu- T fj O MP
jar price 25.00; One-fourth Off J) g j
ALL AT ONEtFOURTH OFF and At Your OWN TERMS
ORDER NO. 29 Large Buffet .in the quartered oak, fur
nished with two small drawers and one large lower drawer
for linens. Two glass or bottle stands; large double oak
door; heavy plate glass mirror. Rf
lar, price f 30.00; One-fourth Off.
ORDER NO. 32 Buffet in genuine quartered oak, hand
somely carved. Fancy plate glass mirror; heavy double oak
panelled glass door; fitted witn three small and one large
drawer; guaranteed to please any one appreciative of high
art furniture. Nothing Dut tne oesi ot
everything - to makeup. Regular price
f 40.00; One-fourth Off Wet.
preciaiive 01 nign
.-13 "v . ' , , v .
1 1 .-! BimmB
ORDER NO. 44 Exquisite' Buffet in the genuine quartet
sawed oak. Highly polished; two small drawers; large
double door; oak panelled, with heavy etched glass; large
piaie mirror, xnis is a ntxie ocauiy, sure to please those who
desire sometmng quite above the ordin-.
ary. Regular price fST.oo; One-fourth
3 picase tnose wno
ORDER NO. 34 Buffet in the genuine quartered oak, of
elaborate appointment; sectional three-piece plate-glass
mirror: hand carved legs and mountings; oak panelled
doors of colored (white) glass; 5 separate drawers and top
roll compartments. There could be none
handsomer than this. Regular price
feS.OO; One-fourth Off 'Price
: drawers ana top
ORDER NO. 47 Gorgeous Buffet in the weathered oak,
fitted with double door of heavy leaded plate glass in differ
ena-eiors. irimmings ot gunmetai; two imni ana one large
drawer; heavy plate mirror with shelf. This piece will add
a touch ot beauty even to the most
elaborate dining room. Regular- price
bvbo.vu; une-tourtn uu frtci.
us piece win aaa
ORDER NO. S3 Sideboard in the quartered oak finish;
built high, with handsomely carved trimmings; two small
drawers for silverware and one Urge linen drawer; large
double door; heavy plate mirror; with
shelves; an excellent sideboard for family
use. Regular price 30.00; One-fourth
In ordering by
mail please do hot
fail. to give order
goods shipped in
' ORDER NO. 59 Combination Buffet and Sideboard
in the quartered finish; large double door, two small top
drawers with oval-front and one large linen drawer.
fancy plate mirror witn two stands a very fine ap
pearing and well put together piece
for the dining room. Regular price
f3S.OO; One-fourth Off Price.....
"ORDER NO." 62 Sideboard in the genuine quar
tered oak; massive in build, though attractively
plain in construction; large plate mirror, shelves
and every complete appointment to give it the
resemblance of one of much higher price; large
' linen drawer and two smaller fs ffj m
ones for the silverware. Regular T
price M5; One-fourth Off price. tP U V i J
ORDER NO. 65 Here we offer one of the most beau
tiful pieces in the house. - A sideboard in the genuine
quartered oak, pval panel" strip front,,' finely
carved. Kichiy appointed. Jivery possible conven
ience. - A very showy addition to
the dining room. Regular price
f au.uu; one-fourtn .Oil JjTice.
OBSXB WO. This ene Is suitable for a palaee. A
Sideboard in the highest finish of quartered oak, eii-
ental rable top, supported by pillars In hand-carved
drason desls;n; alao with draa-ons on front and great
claw feet; massive and elaborate In every way; large.
. neavy piaie mirror; a siaeooara.
the like of Ills grades. Our re
ular price 185.00 Oae fourth off
every way; large,
. and Saturday
$1.00 A Week
WE ARE GIVING ALL
THE WINDOW DISPLAY
WE CAN SPARE TO
THESE AND ASK THAT
YOU EVEN COME A
-LITTLE OUT OF YOUR
-WAY TO SEETHEM-1
"QEVURTZ i SELLS IT FOR LDSG
.GEYUfTTZ BLOCK bounded ymi .njnr And Sccdno Sts Pdrtland-
OUR REGULAR PRICES
ARE ABOUT LESS"
THAN OTHER STORES'
PRICES yA OFF OUR
PRICES WOULD MEAN
..ABOUT HALF OTHER
STORES' PRICES. THIS
SURELY IS WORTH
Going EAST This Sunirher ?
Rates but Little More Than for the Round Trip?
Two More Sale Periods Only
Aug. 8, 9f 10, Sept. U, 12. 13
; ' L i PORTLAND to
CHICAGO and Return....... .....w.. $71.50
ST. LOUIS and Return.................. 67.5a
KANSAS CITY and Return.... ...v 60.00
ST. PAUL and Return. ...... . 63.15
To all ether points In the east and middle west and frera all eMr ye tats
la the northwest, correspond In ly lew rate.
M BATVJ rem m mWW WW. sneveven within Usatt
HEN you take a trip across the continent you.
of course, want the finest scenery, the best
and fastest trains, with through cars, and
most luxurious accommodations. Then .buy your
tickets at the City ,Ticket Office of the O. R. & N.
Third and Washington Streets
C. W. STINGER, City Ticket Agent
iWM. McMURRAY, Genl Passenger Agent
TO SUCCEED PETTUS
' (Joeraal seetal Srrl.)
Montfomery, Ala Ang. 1 The two
houses of tlp Alabama legislature In
Joint session today elected former Gover
nor J. T. Johnston of Birmingham to the
vacancy In the United Btatea senate
caused by the death - of Benator Kd
mund W. Petcus. The election wae of a
purely perfunctory character, following
the result of the state primaries of last
year when candidates for the alternate
senatorshlp were voted on. These pri
maries resulted la the choice 01 i. Xi.
Bankhead. who recently succeeded Sen
ator Morgan, and Governor .Johnston,
who now takes the seat of the late
The new senator, who will take bis
seat at the opening; ef the regular ses
sion of the Sixtieth congress. Is elected
not only for the unexpired term, but for
tne additional terra (o wnicn
Pettus was recently, elected.
ently. elected, which ex
pires March 4. Ills. Governor Johnston
is 4 years old. has a fine war record
and has always taken a lively Interest
in eonred.rate arrairs. ne served as
governor of Alabama from ll to IS to.
referred sneek Osaaed Oeeta.
Alien Lewis' Meat Brand. . , ,
BIO LA GRANDE MILL
READY FOR BUSINESS
' (SpmHI Dtapeteh W Tke SeateaLt
La Orande, Or., Aug. 7. A trial ran
was made at the Palmer mill yesterday
te demonstrate If all the machinery
was In working condition. The exper
iment was entirely eatlsfactory and the
big mill la now ready to begin its re
ular run. The Inge to supply the mill
will be shipped by train from the com
pany's exteoxlve belt of timber below
F.Iain. The Palmer mill has been pro
nounced by all lumbermen who have
.visited it one of the most complete and
WOMAN A ftPtCIALTY
MBS. . JE. CXAV -
The only Chinese womnn
doctor In thta elty. fen.
has cured many affllct.d
surrerers. Cured private
snd female diseases, slso
nroa ana lung trouM.s;
stomach bladder and al in
and diseases of all fclndi
that the humui f i.
heir to. Cura.l by iun.e
herbs end r"t. Ron.,ii.s
ino onru,tis iiai,.i
St., corner Third.
up-to-date ptanU n t
tllla 1. U.4 4 il.14 uxAVjl
T. K V
SOU) BY RBIififiRTS FYTRWfTE
and other irat habits are positively snred by
HAB1T1NA. For aypodermle or Internal see.
bam pie sent to any em. hailt
maiL Kerular price t2.ou per I
ynnvanircisi or nymeii In pi
welt Catenate! Ce aL LmU. U
r bottle Vw
V, Ilctut OlHNi
fees We m by irminae of VMhM tnr
cuiUlrn while TM-ihin. for d.m tittr Y-1-
l euottMS tii. efatiii, uft.ue im niufc
sil .. eure wind eutie, ae41 tue 1-
TWENTY -SlVa CrWTS A leTTI T.