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Residents Kef use to Hear
Leader's Plan of Aban
(Joarnsl Special Barries. 1
Chicago, Au. 8. Wilbur Glenn Vo
Uvas plans for leading an exodus from
Zlon City because of the Bale of the lace
works, received a body blow when the
leader of the apostollo faith faction, an
nounced that liia Deonla would riut con
sider such a movement. This allnnment
places two of the three rival factions
a'alnxt tl, Vnllva nrnlcot. John A.
Lewis, the successor of John Alexander
AHwle, occordlns to the terms of me
tatter's will, and the Dowle faction had
already dwlared In favor of the sale of
me lace industry.
ADoatolIn faith adherents, whose pecu
llarity Is that they clulin a "Gift of
tongues.' have made great headway
since the death of JJowle, and now claim
a membership of 1,800. This aivea them
a strength In Zlon City almost equal to
that of the other Branches into which
the Dowle church has been S'tllt.
Torpedo-Boat Destroyer Pre
J ble. Prevents Salvador
; ; Cruiser From Leaving:.
(Jooraal apeelal Sarrlra.) .' ' " .
Baa Francisco, Aug. J. rlf watcher
of wharves alone -the waterfront are
not mistaken in their. Interpretation of
.what they witnessed last night there
was a naval war In the making, where
warships of two nations a trained, at
their moorings In the darkness.
Within sight of passing ferryboats
the steamer President, lately revamped
with machinery of war and fluted to
'play the rele of a toy battleship in the
altercations of Salvador with Us bellig
erent southern neighbors, lay at anchor
with steam up, ready to slip outside the
beads and shape its course .southward.
' Then an untoward event dampened the
.fighting ardor of the Balvadoran crew.
' They saw a blsHc cloud of smoke to
the north, and out of that cloud of
moke glided the American torpedo boat
destroyer Preble. :
The Preble dropped anchor and
' swung around a few hundred feet from
. the bow of the President, and directly
. in the-contemplated course to the heads
.and deep sea beyond.
Over the rail of the cruiser the val-
lent crew of the President, one after
another, poked a cautious fraction or
' their heads and glared at the Preble. It
Isn't pleasant to have a torpedo boat
, destroyer anchor In one's path when one
Is bent on a belligereut cruise, that may
possibly Involve a fracture of the amen
Itlea aa prescribed by the rules of the
Hague tribunals and International law.
The crew of the President were dls
". concerted, and their fighting spirit oosed
out of their sea boots. Just why the
Preble cam Is a matter of conjecture,
but aha did and the President la till
- lying at anchor. ' . -
' (Special Dispatch to The JoaraaL) '
Salem, Or., Aug. 8. The annual re
Tort of the superintendent of schools of
Klamath county has been received at
the state superintendent's office. A
Hun of MO In the school population Is
shown. The number In the county not
attending any school. was decreased by
81. The main Items of the report are:
School population, males, 897; females,
',884; total. 1,713. Number of teachers,
males, 6; females, 18; total, 43. Number
of teachers taking an-educational Jour
nal. 49; number of children not attend
ing any school, males, too; females, 196;
total, 886. Day's attendanoe for the
year, 117,871. Number of persona quail
fled to vote on school' matters, 1,286 :
average length cf . school term, l:f
months. - ,.'.;'..
: MEN INCORPORATE
(Special Btapateb to The Joaraalt
Salem, Or., Aug. I. Two firms, a
hardware company of Portland and a
meat company of La Grande, filed ar
ticles of Incorporation yesterday.' The
former Is the-Koas company, incorpor
ated by H. C. Ross, W. L. Morgan and
R. I. Zlller with a capital stock of $16.
000. The latter Is called the -Grand
Ronde Meat company. The Incorporat
ors are J. A. RuaselC A. N. Krause and
A. J. Rlchter. The capital stock la $20,
. 000. - - -
JH!eJfT HELP IDAHO ANS
(Special Dispatch to Tke JeeraaL)
. Salem, Or., Aug. .The railway com
, mission yesterday received a letter
.' from the Commercial Cream company of
Boise, Idaho, complaining of exorbitant
rates on cream brought to that city
from Lewlston. Not having any rail
way commission In their own state they
wrote in desperation to that of Oregon
-asking them If they could do nothing
to help thera to direct them to officials
that ' could. ' A reply was sent by the
commission that the matter Was entirely
.outside Its Jurisdiction and advising the
company to apply to.the Interstate com
merce commlaaion at Washington, D. C.
FORCE SOUTHERN ROAD
' TO REDUCE ITS FARE
- ' ' ' . :
(Jberaat Special Service.)
" -i ' Montgomery, Ala., Augi 8. Governor
, Comer has announced he will give an
answer before night to the -Southern
i railway's offer to lower Its passenger
rate to two and . one half centa and
.. withdraw all suits against the state If
the commonwealth will not enforce the
revocation of the road's charter In Ala
bama. The - Impression prevails that
Governor Comer will refuse the offer
on the grounds that the state la entitled
to the low rate. .
BolsoCaJdwell Car Service.
(Special DUpatrh - to ' The Journal.)
Boise, Idaho,, Aug. 8. The first car
fn the J3olae-CaldweU Interurban Flec
rlc line has been run to this city from
the car barn, about four miles from
. Polae. The machinery and cars work
very satisfactorily and regular two
car service between Tlnlie and Csld
well...36 miles jrweat of here, will be es
tablished some time this week. The
, rolling stock of this road Is aa good as
' can bo found in the west
V- IS HEIR APPARENT
" Seoul, Aug. 8 -The emperor's brother
bas been appointed heir apparent. It
has been derided that all vlre-mlnlatera
Will be Japaneae. .
Tomorrow and Saturday, last days to
receive discount ou west side gas bills.
FOURTEEN VIOLENT DEATHS .
IN PORTLAND DURING JULY
Fourteen violent deaths in one month
to Portland has created a record which
occaalons much comment from the med
ical profession. Never before has the
number approached that of last July,
the same month of the corresponding
year having but half of the number.
Four of the deaths were the result of
suicides and others were all accidents.
No murders occurred within the city
limits during the month, although Alex
ander Huber. the dairyman, was assas
sinated on the Cornell road during the
Klectrlo shocks carried death to two
electricians, Charles E. Welch who was
working at the corner of Elm 'and Chap
m,".!L.!,.he,t" "ad J0" Carlberg. at Sev
enteen th and Ipshur streets. Mrs.
t lara Ktrig fell from a houseboat In the
Willamette and drowned. Peter Baalch
dr"w1'1 t the foot of Fifteenth
street and Adrian JP. Flaherty sank be-
neath the surface at Bun1ys bath
houae. Kalis were reaponaible for the
deaths of H. Alveole, end Afghan Thomas
. . . . . J wkti.rnrj I )irla.
topher Nelaon had his arm torn -"
nis boa j ana wiuiazn t. firjiucu.
from an sx-eldental gunshot wound.
Jane WUcox, a woman upwards of 78
yars or sue, nannteu jinmii "
Florence street Caeper birelt also com
mlttod suicide by baniflng. An unknowi
III sail U1VU VJ Hiss vnaa . - - -
OUsan street. Perhaps the saddest case
on the suicide calender was that of
. . i , . i . . .. 1 1 ...,.iM V. i
ZA.a HOI IWUIBWBT, w. -
gene glrL who drained the contents of
a Dome o caruuiiu iuu ,u . . ...
461 aat Morrlaon street, when her
lover was iiwui m .g-,n
At Reservoir park, a suburb Just opt
slde the corporate limit. Mrs. Ida O.
Ryan and her son. Willie, a child of
three years. were burned to death. Or
son E. Collins was accidentally drowned
on the Columbia Slough road.
ATTEND THE- OAKS TODAY
Large crows are going to The Oaks
today to attend the carmen's picnic.
The regular Sunday schedule was put
on the Oaks line this morning, snd will
be maintained throughout the afternoon
and evening. The tcalns, carrying 600
raasengers each, are crowded with the
rlends of the emnlovaa of tha Portland
Railway, Light ft Power Company.
More than 83.000 tickets were passed
out by the carmen's ploulc committee,
snd the assertion was made this after
noon that nearly $0,000 of them at ten
cents each would be sold, benfdes the
admissions that would be paid at the
gaies. i no carmen are nighly elated
with the success or their undertaking.
A great many entries were made for
the baby show In progress this after
noon. , Every part of the city la repre
sented and nearly every part of tha
city la letting the spectators know that
It is represented. Tha entries for the
athletic events are also well filled and
the committee la expecting to pull off
the program aa It waa. announced yes
terday, - The afternoon . will be. crowded with
races.' foot races and swimming races.
The evening will be taken up with other
athletic events, consisting of boxing,
wrestling, fencing, . tug-of-war, cake
walks and novelty races. Prises ara of
fered for every contest. '
It was supposed that the rains yes
terday would Interfere with the auocess
of the carmen'a day, but the crowds
t the amusement park today disprove
the supposition. Every particle of dust
Is laid and the visitors And tha Oaks
fresh and green this afternoon. .
CHILD STEALS TO
. . CLOTHE FAMILY
Spokane, Wash., Aug. I.- Mamla Da-
vldlo, 11 years old, confessed In Justice
court that she had stolen $36 from
Mrs. Richard Fassett to buy clothes for
her mother, sisters and brothers. They
are poorpeople and there are ten children.-
v The child amid she told her
mother that a dressmaker at the Cres
cent, store had given her the things.
Mrs. bavldlo was bound over to the
superior court on her own bond for
. a ii -
Tomorrow and Saturday, last dara to
receive discount on west aid gas bills.
m n iii - ,
Mainsprings, I i," Metsger. 848 Wash.
JUDGE SENDS MRS.
HEINEN TO PORTLAND
(Special Dispatch to The Jen-sal.) ' '
Chicago, HI, Aug. 8. Mrs. Frank Hel
nen. who, assaulted her husband oa tha
street her, was discharged by Judge
Beltter and sent back to her home In
Portland. - Uelnen baa filed suit for
(Special Dtipatca to The Jen-sal.
Salem, Or.. Aug. .Attorney-General
Crawford left Salem yesterday for the
Cascade mountains, where ha will spend
his vacation hunting. He is accom
panied by J. T. Sutherland and C Pat
ton. - . L
- 'All the modern conren- 1
T iences are yours at Irv
' ington ij'ark. T Build your
home where you have all .
the.joya-and freedom, of
""'suburban life , combined
Vith every advantage of
down town living. , .v
IRViNGTON PARK ,
. r ' "The Addition Wltb Cbarac'ar"
The greatest charm of Im'ngton Park is its abundance of
natural shade roung firs and cedars st just the right
. growth for. unlimited variety in trimming just as much or -ss
little shade as you want What is more delightful than the
healthful, invigorating odor of firs snd cedars t Why don't
you build here and enjoy the trees? Lots sold on essy
terms. Rigid building restrictions.: Soundest investment
in Portland Co and see the property satisfy yourself
it's the only way. ' This is certainly your opportunity.
Alberta car to East Twenty-seventh, go three blocks
north to Killingsworth, , - , 7
r, B, H0LBR00K CO. f. L SCHYYAN, Agt.
'. 250 Stark Street ,Oa grounds all the tima
Phone Main U96 Thirtieth and Killingsworth
. " ' ' PORTLAND -:.'..'.;... K "i-:.
HAVE YOU MONE Y TO IIN VEST ?
Tha J. M. Acheson Company's big store and factory plant. Fifth and
Alder streets. Is conceded to be th beat equipped and practical In the
' West. - Lighting system unexcelled. The company la seven years old
started with a capital stock of 82.000 capitalised now at tlSo.000. Has
a paid-up capital of about 880,000, and additional subscribed stock of
114,000. Assets about 8160,000. not Including unsubscribed stock. I.la.
, buttles less than one third the, assets. . Doing a business of over 16.
000 a year.- Unsubscribed capital stock la for sale In amounts of 10S
up 10 per cent Intereet or dividend guaranteed also trade discount si
lowed stockholders oh all goods purchased by them In tha store. In
connection with the department store la men's tailoring and woolenaT '
also a grocery store. Ton can save enough on your grocery bills to
clothe yourself. The company owns ths five-story brick. Its ladles' gar-
- ment factory, men's clothing and grocery departments are located In.
Very good asset Isn't ItT .Subscriptions can be made for weekly or
monthly saving payments. Call, drop us a card, or till In the following
subscription for the amount you desire and bow you wish to pay the
- same snd mall it to us and wa will call and complete your connection
- with the company. . ,,.- - i
el . X, the aderslg-aad, hereby svssorlas to .shares
ef the Capital Stock of Tha J. at. Acheson Company. The prloe of
, said Capital Stock la tka va valae of One Soil (l.O0) yes share,
pay Able as follows t i.?.i...r...
'Seeevsaaaeae ' fc- ,
- Tha Uoorporatsa Capita Stock of The J. U. Aoheeom Oompaay ts
On Xaadred Tlfty Taoasaad (160,000) shares, aoa-aseeseable. ,
Slraed. i... ,..
' C. it. l'KAKR
. A. J. FA KM &TI
- J. M. ACHKHOy
-. M. K. THOMPSON -
9. K. ACUSOsT, '
T. at. stboss, 'J
ciwtory aad Attorney.
Bath Towels at 12o
About 150 doen Unbleached Bath
Towels, good large slxe, 80x48
Inches, excellent wearing quality,
finished with selvedge and fringed
end; extra valne at 16o each
Special BARGAIN . O
r ' V la..
2?ilW Tcri r.t l: :.j
Friday morning pl ,ri ., A
a siH'laJ line of pr-tir j 1 1 . . . i
Cushion T"i'S In a Urja -...t-rnent
of tibial dealgna, rf
beat quality art tiklii, wim
bark to match; Kiulir Sue li'-.ia
special bAltGAlN RI
DA X AT
BOLDEST -MID-SUEIIIEB BEDUCTIOITS Oil THB
' MOST DESIRABLE : MERCHANDISE:
Last week showed the greatest Bargain Friday Sales Records that this store has ever known thanks to your ready appre
( ciation of our unmatchable values. Tomorrow will be a day of absorbing interest to everybody concerned in the securing of
the best merchandise at prices that bespeak a perfect representation of Highest Values. We have carefully thought out your
needs for the summer season. The store is radiant in its wealth of attractions. Today's announcement ia but a partial reflex
of the many welcome things that await your coming, for there are plenty of good things that did not get into the papers. Look
. , t the matter from the standpoint of your own best interests arid be prompt if you wish to buy.
n IffbtewortHv Biarara
ins in the Suit Room
We are sacrificing all our summer garments .at half price and less. It Is not a matter of how much we can . realise on these
goods, but how quickly can we dispose of them is what ia troubling us. Be sure to see the offerings for Friday's Bargain Sale, Ton
will surely save money here. , ... ., ;.: ; ' ;--v.1-.,. - :
Children's Dresses v
35o to 50o Values ior
Fire or six dozen for' Friday's selling at about one half regular
prices: made from ginghams and percales, in checks snd plaids;
sizes A 2y, , 4, 5 years; your choice while they last. Bar. 1 A
gain Friday.,. 1C
Mica ChilTon Petticoats
1.25 Values for . . . . .
These Petticoats are made from msterial that resembles hesther
. bloom, only it has. a bright lustrous finish; the flounces on these
petticoats are finished with two shirred ruffles, three stitched bands
' and dust ruffle; extra width is also a special feature that w QC
claim for these garments; Bargain Fridsy special. aOC
Hisses Bathing- Suits
01.75 and 81.05 Values ior
Seasonable garments for little money; these Bathing Suits
made from good quality of serge, trimmed neatly with e1 OA
6, 8, 10 and 12 years; Bargain fnday eDgefe
white braids; sizes 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 years; Bargain Friday
132.08 and Q3.50 Values for
In this lot are seTersl different styles; some sre embroidered
trimmed white lawns, others are neat figured percales, all CI Of)
baring deep flounces; Bargain Friday special yleOQ
' Fine Lawn Kimonos
75o Values for e . .
These are exceptionally well msde garments of fine quality lawn,
bordered with polka dot lawn, yoke and pleated back; Bar-
gain Friday only 1t
; Children's Summer Caps
r 25o, 35o and.50o Values for
Every cap in this lot is all new this season, made from white
duck, linen snd corded material; there are quite a number of styles
in tarns, also yachting caps and large rimmed hats; prices quoted
above are the true worth of each and every cap offered; your C
choice Bargain Friday. 1JC
Exceptional Values in the
Domestic Section V
Before the great advance in domestic goods
took effect we bought and bought more
than liberally. There" is not . a single item
advertised in this ad that can be duplicated
from the manufacturers for the price we
are quoting for Bargain Friday, " 4 j ,
A Great Sole of Wash
Goods at a Ridiculously
Beige Suiting: Call- A g
coes and lawni, Yard
3,000 .yards a great special purchsse of
cotton Biege Suitings Calicoes and Lawns,
all this sesson's goods in a complete assort
ment of desirable patterns in medium and
light colors; our buying was done in the
nick of time at a great saving so msy
yours be tomorrow, -when we shsll offer
the entire purchase at the extrtofdi- M
nary low price, "per yard, only xC
'V- Curtain Scrim . O-r
Best 12c Grade CV ,
Tomorrow we. place on sale a special lot
of white Lappet Stripe Curtain Scrim in a
full . assortment of pretty, striped effects,
comes full 36 inches wide, always sold at
124c a yard, special Bargain Friday, Q.
Best 43 c Grade at
Another large shipment just received of
Roman and oriental striped Tapestry, rich
colorings in all the best , patterns., comes
full 50 inches wide, excellent wearing qual
ity; sold everywhere at 45c a yard, OO
social Bargain Friday st OOC
Three Special Values in
zDvesB Goods ?
The most seasonable woolen Dress Fab
rics have been specially underpriced for
Friday's great sale.- Match these if you can.
30-inch Dress Goods at 25o
Kecko, ' popular and new Danish , cloths,
beautiful half-wool fabrics, guaranteed fast
colors, comes in black, cream, pale 'blue,
pink, brown, : navy, red, tan and Of?
gray; specially priced for this sale at aWC
Fancy Suiting r O fci A:
Best 50c Grade tOO
This will be your last opportunity to buy
50c Dress Goods at 25c.
About 45 pieces on sale tomorrow at half
price novelty suitings, a full line of this
season's most popular checks, in all the best
colorings, full 38 inches wide; real 50c OC
quality, Bargain Friday. ............ fctJC
About 29 pieces of nobby checked Panamas,
sll new novelties in the best shades; sold in
all ; stores at 85c a yard, specially OQ
priced for Bargain Friday at....... eJeC
Silk and Lisle Gloves 1 An
50o and 75o Values fvU
Last Friday wa sold mors than 800 pairs et
the Hint kind of gloves as we will offer to
morrow. These gloves are . Z-clasp lisle, la
black, tans, modes, white. and srav: also 10
button length, black lisle and pure silk mitts
In tans and black. This ts positively tha lust
chance to secure such excellent gloves" . for
sach little money. Onlr 18 dosen left. ' So
come early, Rises I Vs. and Vi only, "f fn
BARGAIN. FRIDAY ONLY ,.S. XUO
Two Biff Bargains in ;
; Seasonable Silks
Values hard to duplicate in the most sea
sonable silks. Our great Friday offerings
are simply unmatchable. Here is an excel
lent opportunity to test them.
Foulard Silks QKa
Best 75o Grade OC
One-third off the regular price, j We sug
gest sa early visit as there is only nine
pieces to sell st this extraordinary low
price. 24-inch all-silk Foulards in a good
assortment of polka dot and ring effects,
colors black and navy blue with white dots
snd rings, this sesson's goods; excellent
' Silk Fongree '
Best 50o Grade
HALF PRICE! Tomorrow only we place
on sale our regular 50c line of Silk Pongee
in five different shades, red, navy, brown
and black; also brocaded effects, fully half
silk, beautiful finish; always sold at OC
50c a yard. Bargain Friday only.... C
rings, tnis seasons goods; excellent
st 5c a yard, on ssle as long ss OP.
?t lasts Bargain Friday at...... WC
Three Great Specials in
- Uuslin Undenvear
We've never had a more attractive gath
ering of dainty Muslin Underwear than
you'll find here today end never have you
been able to buy to such advantage. These
specials for Friday . j .
White Petticoats fll 2 ft
S1.TS SS $S .BO vmlaes los..... V efw V
This is the very best petticoat bargain that
we have offered, this season. These gar
ments are made, from fine cambrios and
nainsooks, having deep flounces of high
grade embroidery, others have flounces
trimmed with fine imported laces. Our
only reason for such a low price quotation
is that they are slightly soiled and mussed
from handling. If you have a petticoat
need you will do well to take advantage of
this offer; about four dozen in all and not
more than two or three of a kind, f or
Bargain Friday only....
Summer Corsets .QOn
SOs aad rse valoee tor. : ... . ; W -These
are late model Corsets, msde from
best quality . netting, boned ' with spring
steel, finished with six stitched stripes and
trimmed with lace; all sizes up to 30, with
the exception of 21, 22 and 23, Bar- OQ
gain Friday special n J7C,
V Corset Covers 1 On
1 as as aa vaioes to. . .. v
Fine nainsook or cambric Corset Covers,
trimmed with lace and hemstitched tucks;
there are five or six different styles to select
from in each style; Bargain Friday 1Q
Items of Interest to lien
Hen's Bathing Suits
Extra special tomorrow Men's all-worsted
Bathing Suits, made two-piece style with
quarter length sleeves, navy blue color with
red trimmings; our regular $3 0 ylA
gsrment, special Bargain Friday epasefiel
; Boys' Bathing Suits
Boys' cotton Bathing Suits, made two
piece style, navy blue color with red or
white trimmings; extra good values at $1,
on special sale for one day only. Bar- "70
gain Friday at IC
Bargains in Shoes and Oxfords Sil-
Perfection of stock and finish, correctness of form and price-marks that help to economy are the features of our shoe selling st all
seasons. But now the shoe man supersedes himself. AND THIS IS HOW HE DOES IT . ,
AT 10f Infants' soft-soled Shoes, in colors
blue, pink, white, tan snd black; broken lines
of our best selling numbers, in most sll sizes;
usual 50c grade, special Bargain Fri- ia
day ...... ........ 1UC
Childr 'n's Shoes
AT 14 Children's Oxfords of white canvas L' Sandals of finest vici kid. hand turned
snd black vici kid; well made with hesvy and
' light soles; good styles;; usual grades 07
special to close, Bargain Fridsy at..;, swf C
AT TTe At this price we offer choice
of four styles that are fully worth $1.50;
1 Misses' Oxfords of. black vici kid,
made with hesvy extension soles snd
light hsnd-turned soles, Blucher cut with
large eyelets. 2 Misses' tan Oxfords, in
this sesson's best! styles. 3 Misses'
white canvss Oxfords, Blucher cut, wide
ribbon lacrs. 4 Misses' 1 and 2-strap
soles; sll sizes, best $1.50 values, on spe
cial sale for one day only, Bar
gain Friday st ....... .
Women's Oxlorda Half-Prico
. AA Best 2 Crle-
AT f l.OO Women's white canvas and black
vici kid Oxfords in a number of sttrsctive
styles, in both straight lace and Blucher cut,
heavy and light soles, high snd Vow hctls, ex
tra good values at $2 a pair, special f1 f"
to close. Bargain Friday your choice plt J
Women's $2.50 white canvss Oxford, Fri
Women's $2.50 black vici Oxford. -'-
day f l.i r
Women's $3.00 , bhick vici Oxfor d, i
day f I
Men's $3.50 Oxfnrds in vici k: f. p' '
and demi-glaie, Friday on!y