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.Tlll OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. VUiiTLAUD, THUKSUAY EVEHHiO,- AUOb o. 17.
i mm people
i i ARE DELIGHTED
Oregon, ami Portland Make
, Good With Visitors Who
- Coriie to Investigate I
i ; ARE BEING RECEIVED
Young frtnaa '. Fwiiten Express
I Vlsh to Come to St to Live
Requests . for Information From
All Parts of the) foiled Bute.'.
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v . - . -
Cregok And Portland' jlhl year have
mads good : with eastern people who
run to Investigate advantages of resl-
., dene and cWaenship Mrs. - Kauroaa or
i ftclalg and commercial bodies are re
t eelvlng many favorable letter t from
those who have arriveo noma- ana naa
. time to form their lmpreaslons into per-
. - manent opinions, .'.'.
i ' Dr. A- "W. Kratsach, a prominent Mll-
wauke physician, la an example of the
many who are more than pleaaed with
; Oregon conditions ; and 'resosroeB.' . He
: ha written A letter Id the- advertising
'ssklng that packages of 'Portland and
Oregon literature be aent to him for use
among friends tn Germany.
i With , whom I became acquainted three
, yaare ego while abroad bar written
me Intel expreaalng a wish to come to
. tha state to live," he aald. "They have
" , asked my advice about where It might
he moat profitable to live. , Being , a
.'resident of Wlaeonsln I naturally ad
' - vloed them, to come to my atate. Within
; the last 'two weeks, however, I have
' ' vlaited the Canadian Paclflo district.
. 1 and alao Waahington and Oregon. No
- , where waa I ao favorably impressed
, with the proline nature of soil) and no
where did I find ao promising a future
It III 1 1 W . . llli ' V . v.w.au, v.. . . "
i I now wtah to advtee thee young farm-
ters to look into the matter of locating
'. In the west. For thia purpose I kindly
auk you to send me at Milwaukee eight
-. or ten parcels of literature, ready for
mailing, and I will gladly pay the po st
ate to Germany.
"Eenecielly fascinating and onvlno-
Irtg to any one who has not personally
' been at JPnrttand la tha new booklet
just out ,1 think they will bear good
' fr.Ht .
hue s-nt to the Portland chamber of
: commerce the name of a firm that de
', sires to correspond with Portland deal-
Hers In leather, chemicals, cotton, paper
end flour. Local flrma may secure full
i details on. application at tha office of
ij "Governor Chamberlala naa appointed
MB. C Olltner. secretary of tha chamber.
1 in delegate to the National, Irrigation
congress at Sacramento. ,
' pastor charged :
: V . WITH OVER-ZEAL
1 i (BoeeUl IMssateh te.Tb loarsal.)
!' Aberdeen, Waalti- Aug. i t. It la re-
ported that ln'hli aagernesa to secure
' . evidence against saloons and dance
, halls, Rer. B. U Benedict of Hoqulam
Has violated a sist law oj wimg
i, minor with him when, , . anaklng his
i rounds of the saloona last Sunday.
T There la a penalty of (1.000 or 100 days
i in tba county Jail or both. It la fur
i t her rumored that Mr. Benedict will
t be obliged to face a trial on the charge.
1 About 100 of tha most prominent
Ibuninesa men of Jloqulam have organ
, Iced the Hoqutam Business Men's Pro-
tectlva i association. The object - la
5 stated as a desire to secure a square
i deal, and those present at the meeting
T mtmtmA that Ih V4M Dflt 111
sympathy with nor Intended to be vlo
Utors of the closing law. They will
seek to bave the eoastltutlonality of the
law determined and 'Will ask for A re
peal of the city ordinance covering Sun
rlnv clnalnr. The association will hold
f an adjourned meetina; Saturday, when
the reports of committees will be re
v celved. . ,-i
! CALIFORNIA COURT
'; - UPHOLDS PRIMARY
TO. GET. OUTERS
Charles Passig, l)ischargcd
Park Employe, Said He
Asked for Medicine.
MANY WITNESSES T
TESTIFY AT HEARING
Sapor Intendent Montelth, Who Dls
rharged Plg, Accused, of Keep
liif Hta Hone ( Clty' Exiule
Board Admoniahe Montelth. : f ,
, " t (Joaraal SpecUl RrTlr. )
' ( San Francisco, Aug. I. The supreme
i -court has handed down a decision aus
"tatning the validity of the primary
') election law paased by the last lagla
i.lature by which the voter la obliged to
snnouncehls political affiliation on reg
j ( Xlard Sidewalk at Athfnav
"V (Speeltl Dispatch The iearasL v
t Athens, Or, Aug. . The city coun
tcll of Athena naa paased an ordinance
(requiring the wooden aidewalka In the
(business district, when necessary to be
, repaired, to ba replaoed with concrete
. or cement. ' -
'Burgundy win blttera.,--Charlea
Passlg aaya. are what took him Into a
saloon on Washington atreet for which
Park Superintendent MontettH dis
charged mm and as a result ot which
charges' war later filed against Mon
telth on tba ground that M padded city
payrolle and kept a horse st city ex
pense. Paaslg and several othe wlt
neases, all Germans, testified In the
hearing of Montelth before the park
board thia morning, and all told th
same atory that Paaslg had been com
pelled by the park superintendent to.
wash bis private buggy) that the city
feed was supplied to Montelth a horsei
that Tcntt Mni'liln. also a former nark
employe had built a summer eottage for
private persona on city time, and sev
eral other minor complaints.
: Montelth waa reprented In tha hear;
(n by Attorney C. M. Idleman and
Charles M. Morgan looked after the in
terest of Fasnig. ue-taea Kassig moa
who were called by Passlg were Charles
BehooUnber;,' A hay and grain mer
chant; August Kullch, Henry tllnrh and
jr. u, Kimea, lormer para uiur
... Btttars Were jrsoessaxy.
Psaslr on tha witness stand testified
that he went Into, a saloon near tna
Washington atreet entrance oi xne cny
park In order to get some bitters of a
special mill ana anuwu
in hlttera." He said it Was abso
lutely necessary for him to have tha
DUtera ana tna in
ually regulated their health In thia
manner. It waa while doing thia, ha
said, that the park auperlntendent or
dered his discharge from tba city a ear-
Montelth waa' tha first witness called
In bis own defense and gave In detail
an explanation of all of thexhargea that
had been brought against him. He en
tered ylgoroua denials of many of the
statements made against his conduct by
tha former employes. Montelth. waa
under crossfire for nearly an hour.
Relative to the charge of padding the
payroll 'Montelth explained that Frank
McClaln. who Paaslg allegea was bene
fited, worked during the entire month
i,,n. tha navrnll ahowa. He stated
7. . i -i-'i in1 MAnthlt r,m V
In order to accommodate the latter and
signed It with power of attorney after
being properly witnessed. He testified
horse In ths service of tha city and pre
aented recelpta to ahow that ha had pur
chased feed for tha maintenance of tha
Tit, lutiM uimoniinta DuwnnivimvHi
Montleth not to do any work for any
person on the clty'a time In the future.
Aside from that no further action waa
taken by tha jsoaro. -.
LID LIFTERS , ON
: - TRIAL AT ABERDEEN
i i,wiit rtiaisiteh as The JoernsLt
Aberdeen, Wash., Aug. I. The pre
liminary hearing of those arrested
Tueaday, charged with vlolatlona of the
Sunday closing law, was held yesterday
and tha trial of P. J. McHugh, tha first
a, (hi Hat. la aet for today. A Jury
trial waa demanded. The complaining
wltnesa In thia caee la Mra. Sarah My
mrm hn t the moat rtromlnent mem
ber Of tha local W. C. T. V..3. O. Hq-
n. i r. rroas. w H. Abel and A. I.
Agnew have been retained by tha ac
cused as their counsel. - .'
Complaints were sworn oat against II
saloonkeepers, tha namea of the com
plaining witnesses being attached. All
of the women who appear aa complain
ing wltneaeea arc members of . tha local
W. C. T. U, - r. ' ' . .
INCOMING TRAINS ARE
ON TIME FOR ONCE
' For tha flrat tlma tn many dsya the
overland eastern train on the O. R. aV N.
waa less than 10 mlnutea late today, ar
riving at the union depot at :5S o clock
thia morning 10 mlnutea behind Sched
ule time. Another noteworthy feat ac
complished by the O. R. A N. railroad
today was bringing In tha Spokane train
""TnSouthern Paclflo train from San
Francisco waa nearer on time than It
fiae been for weeks, one section arriv
ing only 40 minutes late while tha sec
ond section waa three and a half hours
late. The train Is dus at 7:26 o'clock
and one section arrived at l:0t and tne
second at 11 o'clock.
HOT ilT FAULT
Roads Cannot Blame Loco
motive Drivers ( for Nu
merous Recent Wrecks.
SURPRISE TESTS SHOW
' 3 - ' '
Rraponaibilltr Llca With Companies
TbemselreSt Whlch Hata Ignorfed
'Xaws 'ProTldlng tot Baietf , Ap-
1 pliaocca. ,; -,.','
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(WtsblattoB SarseS at The Joaraal.)
Washington, Au Teatlmony to
the efficiency of tha entlnemen on' tha
fiarrlman system la offered by ths State
ment from an authoritative ourcs that
out of Ui9 "surprise testa," in only 1
Instances did the engineers fall to ob
..n. the alsnala - eat In tha us of
safety appliances, .'fa these days of unprecedented-Wreckage
of trains and dire
loaaes Of Ufa, this assertion takes -00
added signifloanos. and.. Inasmuch aa it
la indorsed by the management or tne
Herri man roads, should be filed away
by ths roada' employes as valuable evi
dence In future possible differencea be
tween employer, ana employe.
tfepyresa; Safety Xaventtoas.
Tha atatement waa doubtless elicited
because of the meeting here of the com-
mission appointed to inveatigai inj
safety appliance altuatton In the United
States. Claims have been made that
railroad managers have actually sup
posed valuable inventions for Insuring
the safety of passengers, buying the
patenta and thua procuring control for
non-use of devlcea which would render
II is aaseriea iusi ini r .,,
done this because they followed the
short-sighted policy of straining to pay
dividends Instead of Improving their
vaoma notwithstanding often damages
forjnjuriee to passengers and employee
coet more tnan tne iimr u
have coat to prevent tne acciaeni, .
It may not be generally known that
iMHirraaa several veara aao Passed a law
requiring tne use oi crain " 'f
pllances, which the roads up to date
ave Ignored, contenting tneroseive
rltb adopting the- -appliancea fn a
lelaurely manner, a few miles a year
being added to the proportion of their
systems on which the plain law waa
being ooeyea. -
. SUregard Federal saws.
n on annears to Know whether or
not to expect anything substantial from
tha safety device commission now work
ing under tha orders of ths Interstate
commerce commission here, but to the
extent that hoping may hatre teleoathlo
Influence on the oiembere of tv com
mission, everyone here la a-hopln'.''
To be fair, the Harrlman system's
authorised' atatement on the subject
should be appenaeov notwiinsianaing ii
contains the admission that the federal
law relating to safety appliancea haa
been disregarded for the greater part,
only a percentage of their mllea having
been auppuea wica ine ming in w
PUT DAMPER Oil
WILD CAT MINES
M FOUR GILES
Sherman County Man Fig
ures Out This Ton Rate
' on Sherman AVheati J
V '',.,".'' ' "' ', '
' gpctat Dktpatek t Tie araal.
. a. 1 rm , .. e William VT Hlva
Of Wasco, Sharmaa county, today fll-td
a complaint against both tha passenger
and the freight ratea on the Columbia
Southern railway, operated by the Ore
gon Railway A Navigation company-- He
statea that paaeenger ratea are 4 cent
per mile for eervlce po better than on
other unee and that freight ratea are
unreasonable and dlacrlmlnatlve. An
example given la that the difference In
ratea on woeac anippea to roruanu
from Rufus and that shipped from
Wasco Is 70 cents oer ton. tha differ
ence In distance being only four mllea.
He also alleges mat tne roaa is paying
well and oan afford to make reductions
In rates. '' i'. '
KAISER TO TRY
Germany Plans Test o( Vari-
'. ous New Engines of j
.Death This Month. -
Geological Survey 'Will 'In
vestigate Mineral Deposits
in Forest Reserves.
SPEEDING AUTO DRIVERS MAD ,
.. WHEN ARRESTED. BY. POLICEMEN
.'tX W. 'Wakeneld. f tha Wakefleld-
Fries company, real estats agents, and
B. B. Taylor, of tha Capital Supply com
pany. Alder atreet. wars taken Into
custody yesterday afternoon on war
I ranta charging them with driving autoa
,at a greater rate, of speed than provided
by rdlnance. Both men were released
. ijon tall and in the .police court this
morning the case were continued tintll
tomorrow for trial. ' ... ...
Mr. WekertelJ waa Indignant over hi;
arrest, en he matnUined that he had
only ridden 1ft an eut- three Unjea In
' hi life.' - The machine In cuestjon Is
i owned by the Wakefteld-Frles company,
ard the tleense-U -In. .Wakeneld s. name,
i B B, Tl l"r claims that auto No.
1 Vhich la alleeed to hAVO been driven
, toe fast, avss shlppd-ot of ho elty on I
June II. lie Statea that h owns a
machine carrying license tag No. lit.
but on the records thia car is credited
to H. JC Corbelt. Corbett wss sub
poened to appear as a witness In court
this morning, but for worn reason failed
to put In an appearance and will be
asked to attend the trial tomorrow
B. E. Brett was taken into custoly to
day at 10H Seventh atreet b Detectives
Smith, and Inskeep for exceeding the
speed limit with tils Souring car. He
waa given Ms liberty upon deposit of
2I rash ball and will have a hearing in
the municipal court tomorrow.
Dhe arrests made yesterday and today
are the result of the crusade Inau
gurated by Captain Bruin against thoe
automobillste afflicted with "speedttle"
and Petectiyea Amlth and Inakeep have
sevrrnr mor auto enthusiast on th
liat ef thosa who are to be arrested.- .
ANOTHER ILLUSTRATION OF -EMERGENCY
Another fdrelble -denonstratloil of tha
' need of th Immediate .establishment of
I an emergency hospital and ambulance
service was furnUhed -yesterday after
. h.n Mra. Anna Jloersog of S21
p,rer street, while -Pent js corner
if Third nti p'-"t " ' r
I T'e groin rv one t.f two horse,
. . w . a.. a flar glti OH Kl II . IU VT
j , i,n Vf Joplin xetlt, in th Ablng-
v.- 1 1, ,." ws carried Into a na-
ta' " ,ii ..v....
iMi..n nnit nearly an hour
a in i y ;
i,e rolloe were notified and
-her after calling City
!r rfnstrnefl nounien
Dlp'h to drive ths team to
f ii niiiirt .
The horse had been left Standing in
the rain for several hour , and conse
quently were nervous. In passing In
tne rear sr tn animals, tne norse,
which had been kicking at pedestrians
for some time, suddenly struck at the
woman, striking her in the groin. Sev
eral bystanders carried her to ths real
estate office. rrs... Zleler and Elite
finally reached the - scene and Mra
Hoerjog waa removed to Bt. Vincent's
hospital n a private ambulance, where,
upon examination. It waa found that
she wa not seriously injured.
Joplln. upon calling at police heed
2urtr to ascertain where his team
had bean taken, wna plnced under ar
rest for allowing a vtcloua team to
remain on the nnbllo street. He wss
released npon doposlt of I2rt caah ball
which wa forfeited n municipal court
this morning fur non-appearance,
: ; - ' ' '
(Wsthtagtoa Bars a ef Ae Joernal.)
.. Washington, Aug. .-tii Oregon and
all national forest states, ths geological
survey has undertaken ths thorough In
vestlgatlon of tha mineral deposits in
ths forest areas thua set aside.
It has been th conslatant aim of th
nfPlnare af tha foreat eervlce to foster
the fullest possible development of mln.
lng within the areas included in th
national forests. Many fraudulent en
tries have, however, been discovered
which cover non-mineral landa or de
nnaira that bv no ooaslblllty could be
developed Into paying mines, and it la
elearly to the benefit of legitimate min
ing enterprises that the "wild cat" min
ing companies b prevented from ob
taining title to the land claimed.
. With these alma in view the geolo
gists of the survey are- to Investigate
tha lands of the national forests. They
will act tinder the general instructions
of the director of the survey and under
the personal supervision of tha ewologlst
in cnarge of metalliferotia deposits.
The standards, methods, and wide ex
perience of the geoloeicai survey will
render the result of these inveetlgatlons
of great practical valus both to the for
est service and to the minora, and the
reports of ths geologists will ensble
th forester to make recommendations
to - the commissioner oi tne general
land office on tha character of the
Thus the policy of the survey will be
frt reoulre ltn geologists to aaslst In
every way the claimant who Is acting
In good faith aa well aa to help the
officers of the forest service In their
task of protecting tha mining Industry
and all other interests which benefit by
the proper administration of tha .na
tional loresta. . ; ; ,
' (Joeroal Special I serviee.t
Vsncouver, B. C. Aug. 8. A member
of a party of explorers of the Smith
sonian Institution at Washington waa
drowned in the Coldstream river, near
Golden, B. C, today. Mis canoe upset
while . crossing the stream. The un
fortunate man clung to the craft and
waa awept away. The upturned canoa
waa found later. The name of tha vic
tim of tha accident has hot been learned.
' ; PRAY FOR FREEDOM
. .'" (Rcerlal Dtsnetrb to Tbt Joorn.t.1
Pendleton, Or., Aug. t. Ullfe - May
r reason has filed suit for divorce from
Samuel W.- Creeson. iThs parties were
married In Umatilla county, January
18, 1908. Peter Weat la the attorney
for the plaintiff. - , , - .
A suit for divorce waa filed yesterday
by Edith M. Harmee agalnat Andrew
H Harmee. Th complaint waa filed
by i. T. Htnkle. Drunkenness snd de
sertion are slleged. . ; r. .. , ,
KELLOGG1 HAS FILED
- , SENSATIONAL REPORT
' ' ' Usaraal Special gervle4
Washington, D. C Aug. 8. A sensa
tional confidential report of .Attorney
Kellogg, who- investigated the oil trust
manaanment on the government suits
for dissolution of tha Standard Oil Com
psny are In the Department of Justice
nwsltlng th return of Attorney-General
SAFE 10 lillER
Conway Castle Arrives After
" Tedious Voyage From
v Antwerp. ,
PUT INTO WAY PORT
; TQ QUIET TROUBLE
Drlrigs Large Cargo of Cement Con-
slgnftd to W. P, Fuller A Co and
tor Which Import Hayo Been
: Jraat Sptelal Bsrvtea.)
Berlin, Aug. (.War In th future Is
going to be a ' very .complicated and
helllah business If th preparations for
tha kaiser's maneuvers at Posen go for
anything. They will be held this month
and all sorts of new-fangled engines of
war will bs tested. It Is expected that
ths kaiser himself will attend many of
th trials and a distinguished company
of German and foreign military experts
Will witness the treat war game.
Chief among the lnnovationa will b
th newest type of dirigible alrshlpe.
Tb Germane nave been spurred on In
their efforts toward Improving war bal
loona by the rapid advancement of the
French in thia line and the authorities
on aerial navigation bellev that the
latest airships of th German typ will
surpaaa the Oalllo product A large
number , of the - new war balloone of
varkme types ara being completed and
teated will be seen In action at the
n,niura Ravenl of them will carry
machine guna and apparatua for drop
ping hlgn expioeive on imasinarj Z
man aoiaiers ana oiricers is - mini
trained for th above-earth operations.
Beeldes the balloons ,tnere win om a
division of war bloyolesi put through
their paces. Boms or tne uermaa ea
perta have a theory that bicycles, prop
erly -equipped with machine guns of
light weight may b ueed under some
oondttlone in place of cavalry. They
will be ueed also In reoonnoltering and
fast maneuvering against Infantry.
Armorclad towera wim "P1" Ilr"
runs mounted on revolving platform
are also to be given an Inning and they
ara expected to piay navoo wim
enemy'a artlUery. - Many other receat
Invention in in war gams w
tried, among 'them th recently per
fected radiograph telephones.
The French military experte hav
been hard at work for some yars pera
eantinar ! at war and the Germans
nope to show them next September that
tuey nave not pocn laity , ,
SPANISH VETERAN ;
ROASTS NAVAL MEN
(Special DUpatek t The DoaraaL)
Sookan. Waah- Aug. . Ths fourth
annual convention of ,tha Spanish War
Veterans' association met in Fraternal
hall today and elected offleera aa fol
lows: urant Minaie oi opoMnj, ir
mender; George F. Undqulst of Tacoma,
senior vice-commander; William Mo
Klnley of Walla Walla, Junior vlce
commander; E. N. Rank of Vancouver,
departmental inspector! C B, Rawson
of Seattle. Judge advocate; Charlee
Dohr of Seattle, departmental chaplain;
C. a. Beldon of Spokane, departmental
surgeon; Lieutenant Fleet of Vancouver,
a-.,m,itBl marshal. .
Walla Walla was chosen as the. next
meeting place. X. - -
faat tjommanaer nn nj
attle had the convention lndoree- the
plana to investigate th attltudsof
naval officers In th Puget Sound navy
yard. ,He said the offleera were preju
Aia krilmt anldlera of the 6 nan la h-
Ameriean war ana win n
fair show. The matter is to bs take
up wltiv congressmen. -
KAISER WILL VISIT
HIS ENGLISH COUSIN
(fearaal S(Nlal Sawles.) '. -
London, Aug. I. Supplementary to
the first official announcement of tha
Impending visit of Emperor William of
Germany to Kng'and the foreign office
has now issued th following bulletin:
"W are authorised to state that tha
king and queen have Invited the Ger
man -emperor- and empress to pay a
visit to their majesties. It Is expected
that the visit will take Dlaos In Novem.
bar, when th court la In residence at
Windsor." ' '
Th kaiser haa not set fodt In Eng
land etnee his hurried visit to Osborne
In January, 1801, to the bedside of the
dying Queen Victoria, his grandmother.
He waa present at the memorable fun
eral, riding on ths right of King Edward
in tha sad broceesion through London.
The good feeling created In British
hearts by his bearing aa a fellow-mourner
with Englishmen received their well
rememoered demonstration. . It ; was
during thia visit to London, also, that
th emperor waa mad a field marshal
In th Brltian army.
. Th long-ovrdu British bark Con
way Caatls crossed In at tha mouth of
the Columbia river' shortly before noon
today With cargo of cement from
Antwerp.. She left the Belgian port
January 11 and put Into Valparaiso Bey.
eral months ago tecau of aoro trouble
on board. ' '. 1 .
Th conway issue comes cvimmu-.,
to W, P. Fuller Co. and her cargo la
badly needed here becauae Of th heavy
demand for the material. She ahould
have arrived at leaat a couple of months
ago but time went on and no word was
received until lately there was some talk
Of dlatr perhaps haying bfallen her.
Another windjammer overdue her 1
the German -ahlo Slam from London
with a cargo pf cement consigned to
Meyer. Wlslon A Co. The B'emjias
been out since February I. 8h IS
known as a slow sailer, however, ao.llt
tie concern la felt for her safety. A
few years ago It took her 1 daya to
make ths run from San Francisco to
England and tinder fair conditions.
The Norwegian ateamer Mathilda
crossed out thia morning bound tot
Australia wtlh a cargo of lumber. She
will ba followed by the Norwegian
ateamer Thyra for tha orient and the
Amrian ateamer Lyra for Panama,
both of them being about ready to
clear. The German ateamer Nlcomedla
will alao atart out In a day or two
with a light cargo of flour and wheat
for China via Jpaa. Sh shifted to
Greenwich dock this morning to take
on a shipment or wneau ,
) MARIXB ntTELLIGENCK v
- ' mania Liners Due to Arrive.
Alliance, Cooa Bay Aug.
Redondo, Seattle ..Aug.
Breakwater, Cooa Bay., .......Aug.
B. D. Inmanvan- Franclaoo....Aug. It
Coata Rica, San Franolaco.,..v.Aug. It
Roanoke. San Pedro and way.., .Aug. 11
Numantla, orient.. .......... .Auguat II
ri,w . Tvma flan Francisco. .Aug. 18
O. W. Elder, San Pedro and way. Aug. JO
jonan fouisen, Dan nuiciau,..;a. v
Arabia orient .Sept. 1
Alesla, Ger. ss oPt. l
Nlcomedla, orient..... ..October!
mania Users to part. ,
O. W. Elder, San Pedro and way. .Aug. I
Johan PoUlsen, San Francisco.... Aug. 8
City of Panama. San Francisco. .Aug. 18
Alliance. Coos Bay ....Uncertain
Nlcomedla, orient... ..August ij
Breakwater, Cooa Bay.. -Aug. 11
Roanoke, Ban Pedro and way..,, Aug. 15
Coata Rica, San Francleco......Aug. 18
R. Inman, Ban rsnviauw au. , j
Numantla, orient,........., August 18
Arabia, orient... September 15
Alesla, orient , i.Sept. St
Teasels la Ton.
Tola Br. sh....... .Elevator aocn
Maori King, Br. sa.EaSt. West. Lbr. Co.
Alvens, Am. ech.,. .... .... .-. . Westport
Dalaonar. Br. sh Columbia No. 1
Bee. Am. soh....WIllamett I B. vv"
Virginia, Am. senr..... u '--
Trena Am. achr .Astoria
Z. -. . T Imn.AM
Bcduty Specialists In London
Rise in- Indignation ,
Over New Style.
Uoaraal Special SarrWsJ
London. Aug. . Ths "cartwheel"
hat, which haa assumed such snormqus
proportions that It can act tba part of a
bat, eunahadtt and garden tent combined,
Is likely to become the most unpopular
fashion of modern times,
Ths beauty specialists In London are
rising in a body to denounce It.
. Masculine criticism has failed to kill
the '-cartwheel'' hat. Male relatives of
the wearers bave attacked it aa unbe
coming, and very expensive. Omnibus
conductors havs looked askance and
wished they could charge double rare.
Tnmtra-rmri have aent Ditlful com
plaints to tha managers suggesting that
tney warn to see fne piay uiu oui
ladles' hats. The outor was of 110
avail until tha beauty specialists came
to the rescue and dlagnoeed the "cart
wheel" complaint as ruination to tba i
figure, r . .
"The ordinary plctura hat Is a de-
., I. Unn ilHAt haantv
specialist said yeaterday, "but these
cartwheel monetrosltlea which Increase
In alae every montn are noi oniy un
becoming, but absolutely crush tha
wearers. ' " 8
; "Watch th modern woman In a han
som cab, omnlbua or. private carriage.
'To alt in a nanaora in mmiwi am
woutd bo obliged to put ths feather of
her. hat out of on window, the bunch
of flowers .out of ths other and bow
of rl oon through the trap door In ths
"As shs Is not permitted to do this,
shs sits crouched up, her shoulders hud
dled, her neck bent and that expres
sion of patient resignation on her fao
which Is ths sure forerunner of wrin
kle. . " . .... . .
'I' nave warnea an my enema mat
double china, bent backa, unsighUy
necks and a figure robbed Of lta nat
ural poise will result if they don't-mod-ify
their head gear, and J am truating
that w a hall aee a rush to th oppo
site extreme for th autumn and! win
ter mUllnry."Li:v' ,
NEW FRENCH STAR
IS VERY BEAUTIFUL
Mile. Robinno Is Photographed Eight
. ,; Hundred Times la '
-.-. ' Paris. ;
LYDDITE SHELLS ARE
' TABOOED IN ENGLAND
fjoarsal BDerial Bar Ties.)
London, Aug. 8. -A a result of the
discovery made recently by th war of
fice or a defect in tne ateei or tn iva
dlte shells, orders have been Issued that
tha firing of all lyddite shells at ar
tillery practice Is to be suspended until
further notice. ' In the meantime shrap
nel sheila will be used Instead. - No an
nouncement is made aa to where the re
sponsibility lies, but it-Is understood
that an investigation is in progress. .
OF FAMINE IN
(Journal Special Service.) )
.Washington, Aug. I. -Th In-
terstat commerce, commission,
today Issued a warning to ths 4
people of th northwest to pro- 4
par for another fuel famine
next winter vby buying coal and
wood at once. Coal Is expected
to go to 111 a ton In Montana.
TRUSTS SEEK TO -. -
Friends of Municipal Combi
nations Argie , With.
; Council Committee.
PROVISIONS ARE TOO
SWEEPING FOR THEM
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Special Meeting Held This Afternoon
Dlscussea Anti-Trust Measure Pre
paratory to Action by Council at
Xext Sleeting. . : :
rrhwua iiMtr sir. -------a .
f iljr .t, Portland l&r. Co.
Nlcomedla, Or. as..;... Flour mills
James Kolph, Am. sch. ...... Weetport
Velville Dollar. Am. sir......... .Stella
T-h Pmiiaan A m atr. ....... .Oceania
Chas. Nelson, Am. str.,.. 'Wsstport
Noms City, Am. sir... .....,...""
w i . . V. am.
Oeo. W. Elder, Am. str. .. .Msrtln s dockf
City of rename, yvm. " .r
Argyll, Am. str ....Portsmouth
?li i .,r Greenwich
r "-" - . . , w a. W mlllM
Laisy rreeman, nm. .u. ,.u a A :,
l. n. Stetson. Am. str. .Oobls
X, amber Carriers aa atont.
Aureus, Am. sir.. s
Caaco, Am. str..4 ..fan Franc aeo
K. Ii. in man, Am. sir o
Thomaa I Wand. Am. str.Ban Franc sco
Coaster, Am. str Ban Francisco
fluwi m fiummer. Am. icn.t.uu.THiai
Waap. Am. Btr Ban Francisco
Northland, Am. str.. fan Francisco
King Cyrus, Am. scbr....Bsn Vanclaco
BeuTah, Am. sch. Ban Franclsoo
Americana. Am., sen ......
All. UnlMfltlO. Am. SCO. ku.jm
Lettltla, Am. Boh.......-Ban Franc aco
Churchill. Am. ach Ban Francleco
Berlin, Gr. ah ...Nushagak
Bt. Nicholas, Am. sh......... .Nushagak
John Currier, Am. ah Nuahagak
comneer. Am. scii. ,.....,-
ill Monte WKa Oemeat and Oeaeral,
Bucclauch. Br. ,Bfc,. .Hamburg
P,.nn K-r. bk Hull
Conway Caatle. Br. bk. ....... .Antwerp
Europe, nr. oi.....".ij.tt.."j
Genevieve Mollnoe, FT. bk, . . . . .. LondOn
Rene Kerviier, sr. sd.. .......
Laennec. Fr. sh Swansea
i Z di a v hk Londen
Martha Aoux.Fr. bk.. ...... . .Hamburg
Mosamblque, Br. sh. .. .. .Nswcastla, E.
Samoa, Br. bk ,...Bniews
Blara. Ger. Sh on10-P
Thi.ra. w ah. ....... .Newcastle, tu.
Vlncennes, Fr. bk.. .......... 4P'W
Mareohael Turrene, Fr. bk.-.. Ham burg
Villa de Mulhouee, Fr. bk...... Antwerp
Guethary, Fr. bk. ............. .Antwerp
Plerrt ltl, IT, Pl.n
Walden Abbey, Br. sh., Antwerp
Oleneaslln, Br. sh,. ...Antwerp
Versailles. Fr. bk.. ...... .Y....;.Lelth
General de Bolsdeffre, Fr. bk ..London
General de Negrler. Fr. bk..,.. .London
Bayard, Fr. bk. .. .. . .Antwerp
Vlll de Dijon, Fr. bk.......... Antwerp
Allc" Marie, Fr. bk.. ... . ......Antwerp
Eugene Rergatene. Fr. bk. Antwerp
H. HaekAeld, Or. bk..-. .Honolulu
Arctlo Stream. Br. sh. ... ... .Rotterdam
. Coal Bhlps Sa. Boats.
Belen. Fr. bk. ....... . .NswcaatlS. A.
Col. ds Vlllebols Marenll. Fr. bk.... ,
, ,, .Newcastle, A.
Claverdon, Br. ah .Newcaatle, A,
Wlllacott. Am. bk.. Newcastle, A.
Port Patrick. Br. sh. .... .Newcaatle, A,
fit. Mlrren, Br. Bh..-......Newoaet e, A.
Crlllon. Fr. bk.. ..Newcastle, A,
Ardencralg. Br. bk... . . . . .Newoae e, A.
Eugene Schneider, Ft. bk.Newcast e, A.
St. Louis. Fr. ah... Newcastle. A.
Buffon, Fr. bk Newcastle, A.
Castle Bock, Br. ah,. ..... . .Sydney. A,
RedhllL Br, BS.. Newcaatle, A.
Knight Templar, Br. sa. .Newcastl. A.
Tymerlo, Br. str.... Newcaatle, A.
Tramp Steam era Sa Bout
Queen Alexandra, Br. str. ..... .Madras
Htrathneea, Br. atr. ...Port Loa Angela
Kva, 0r. sa .Hakodate, Japan
. ' AIAONG THE WATERFRONT j
...... . i , . '
Tha eteam achooner Casco arrived last
night from San Francisco and berthed
at Greenwich dock. She encountered
foggy weather most of the way and
was delayed by strong winds. She
brought a quantity of oak logs and
general cargo and will load lumber and
grain for the return trip.
iHivid B. Ogden, assistant United
8Ute engineer, returned from the up
per Willamette today reporting that
Uie new dredging equipment on the
snag puller Mathlomn Is working very
satisfactorily and that she will resume
operatlone soon at places needed along
the kpper liver. Some Blight alteratlona
are being mad to th machinery lust
now at Pnlem. The work on tha dam
and revetment at.. Wheatland la pros
greasing favorably. -
Tha achooner Compeer la under char.
. Joarsal Speelal ervl.)
Paris. Aug. I. Th sky of th Corns-
die Francals was 'on ths point of be
coming darkened ss for a long time
past-no actress had arrived thsrs worthy
or oeing aiyiea ir. -.,
nnw this star has anneared and
the greateat Parisian theatre has become
tne weaimier oy mm ai,r,.iwi,
nnn woman who Is one of the most
refined types of beauty. Putlng the last
four years tut sne nae wan o
...a mhm, Vi.a hMn nhotOKraDhed 817
times, but unfortunately for her or for
tunately lr you preier 11 uim
Is the rival of her growing talent, and
la- thrown In her face almoat like a re
proach. " . .
Into an omnlbua aha found heraelt an
ting beside a phlegmatic American who
had lust corns out of the theatre where
k-. hut bmb her clav. though he did
not recornlse her. She heard him say to
her neighbor: "Tnere s a loveiy woman
at the theatre Francals called Roblnne.
I would give a hundred dollara a word
. .h m.il nnl anefllr to ml.
Mils. Roblnne turned to her neighbor
and aald: "Monaieur, win you yivmmm
shut th wlndowr'- j , ' . f
The phlegmatic American hastened t
a H a K e wish
And th charming young lady, who
knowa bow' to count to eome purpose.
replied: "Monsieur, you owe me inraw
hminaii . franca" The clever and
beautiful actress, as will be seen, is
lacking neither in intelligence nor in
EMERSON BAKER OF i
HILLSIDE IS DEAD
, JtBnecUr Dlapeteh to The JoaraaL) !"
Forest Orovs, Or- Aog. i. Word was
received her laet venlng Of th death
of Emerson Baker at Honolulu, July
86. from typhoid fvr.- H was a brll
liant Toung man and would hav grad
uated ' from the Stanford law depart,
ment this year.. He attended Paclflo
university for avral years and was
one of the beat football players th
varsity ever lurnea ouu i "
Inent In oratory, debating and Y. M.C.
A. work ana we m j kui.i v.u--
u. went to Stanford In 1808,
Baker had gon to Honolulu on a
pleasure trip and sontraoted th favor
on th ship. . . 1
u- -...is veara of sr and Wa born
in Iowa, coming to Oregon . with Ala
r a rents. Mr. ana - ' -r, .n
888. They live at Hillside, north .of
ADMIRAL SWINBURNE S
4 VISITS IN PORTLAND
""Admiral and Mra. Charlea Swinburne
arrived In Portland laat night and are
at the crystal Dpnon ui.,
Mrs? Swinburne brother, at, T, Boott.
was brought last night for treatment.
The object of Admiral Swinburne's Visit
was to sccompany Mre. Swinburne and
her brother to Portland and th lSngj.ii
Of HIS Stay B lnoennn. - i
SECRETARY WILSON TO
SPEAK AT BAY CITY
- ' floarnal BneHat Service.)
San Francisco, Aug. 8. Secrstarr
Wllson srrlvsd here - today and win
speak before ths Stat board of trade
ter to corns here from Sad Franclsoo
tot load lumber for a return cargo. Shs
was piacea on me nsi iuuj.
MARIXB ROTE '
Astoria. Aug. I Condition of ths
Kar mt tha mouth of the rlVT gt 8 B. m
moderate, wind southeast, weather
rainy. Arrived at 10 a. m., tug. Vos
burg and barge from Tillamook. Ar
rived at 8:10 a, m. and left up at 10:80
a. m., ateamera J. B. Stetson and Palsy
Freeman, from San Francisco. Left up
at 10:80 a, m. steamer Argyll. Outside
at to a. m.. a threa-maated loaded bark.
Hongkong Arrived prior to Au trust
7. German ateamer AraDia, irom -ori
Yokohama Arrives prior to August
7, Japanese steamer jaansnu Maru, irom
Portland. ' , , .
San Franciso, Aug. 8. Arrived yee
terday, schooner Trahslt, from Port
land. Sailed, schooner Compeer, steam'
era Asuncion and Maverick, for Port
Tides at Astoria today High, 1:01
a. tn., 7.1 feet. Low, 8:82 a. m 0.4 feet
:M n. m.. 8.1 feet.
' Steamer City of Panama ran into
steamer Alliance neer mouth of the
Willamette about 8 oclock this morn
lng. Alliance has a big hole In stearn
and Is high snd dry on Nigger Tom
Island. City ot Panama slightly dam'
All those opposed to ths passage by
th council of ths Balding anti-trust
ordinance are being given an opportun
ity to talk this afternoon before a spe
cial meeting of ths Judiciary committee '
of ths council. Ths , meeting was called
for tha specific purpose of discussing
ths Bclding ' ordinance - an , deotdlng ;
whsther or not ths effort of ths 'city
attorney will stand the test
A number of opponents were Naajkand
to pick th ordinance to plecea when a,
meeting was called and many- rem oi
Btrancee nav already been tiled with
the different members of toe Judiciary
committee. '. , .
Friends of the measure fear that
some of lta teeth may be drawn.
between. the present time and when it
Is sent in for-final consideration.. . Jt -is
stated, however, that should any -
amendment be tacked onto the measure
which would tend to modify it or render
it null or Inoperative then- Immediate
steps will be taken to prepare, an even
more stringent ordinance for aubmls .
slon to the people In June next. -'
STATE GRANGE MASTER-
Austin T. Buxton, stats master of th
grange has announced tha apointmsnt .
of his deputies throughout ths stats and
baa 1bo appointed the following to act
on th tax commission: Mra Clara H.
Waldo, lecturer; J. J. Johnaon, master
of Evening Star grange: Thomaa Paul-,
aon, ot the etate grange legislative com- ,
ml t tee: Seneca Smith of Portland and .
H, L. Hopkins of Albany college. The . ;
committee- will make an exhaustive
study of ths tax question and report at .
the neat tat grange. ' : .
In order to removeTha burden of the .
taxes from the ahoulders of small farm' :. .
ers and property-owners the commission '
wllr study ths question of opening up.
new source) of re venue, aside from di- ,'
rect taxation. The atat lecturer urgea .
all gran gee to malt a cloae etudy or
the problem. -. , - - ' ' , "
K. Newell- John B. Waldo, H. M.
Palmer and Thomas Ryan oompoae the
road commission. Another ex-county
judge will yet be "appointed.
SAY PEACE OFFICERS
Sheriff T. H. Jack son Of Jacksonville.
on Jackson oreek. Jackson county, Ore
gon, snd C A. Simons, chief of police
of Ashland, were visitors st police head
quarters thia morning, eimons Drougni
twn mnvlrta to . Salem yesterdav- and
tnnetlng Jackson on the train pressed
mm infa aarvm mm m aruarn. nocn Draca
officers report great prosperity In thwlr
respective couniiee ana cram "
quent, Sheriff Jackson leaves for sen.
aid tomorrow morning and Slmor? will .
remain for a few -days in the i.,.-on
business ' Th visiting ' officials are
scheduled to second judge Cameron-at
th Oaka this afternoon in his foot race
against Urns for a set of bagpipes. ,
FOR DEFYING LAW
tiaven Chlnasa were arrested this -
gftsrnoon for refusing to oompljr with
oraers lO remove inm m wi,uw,mw
building at 146 and 147 Second street, ,
They were hauled te tb polio sUtion
and their ball fixed Tat 8700 each. Ths -warranta
for their arreat had been aworn
to by Deputy City Attorney open oer.
Sergeanta Coffey and Anderson con
ducted the spectacular raid and. - they
had considerable trouble keeping the
Chines from getting away. Th Tutld-
Ings nave oeen oonaemnea in ora.r m
clean up the portion of the city hereto-
lore.maas unaesiraDie ior ouainesa pur
poses because of th prcsancs of foul
emelllng Chinees dens. -,
FOR ANY EMERGENCIES
' (Joaraal BpecUt arvtee.) ' . .'t
rMnmma. Aur. 8. A soecial meetina '
of the executive board of th Tlgraph- .
era union haa oeen caiiea w cunsiuer
ths Los Angeles siriae snuaiiou wnicn
Is termed critical her. It is reported
that President Small teiegrapnea tna
organisation that preparations os
tor any amwgency. -.
SEASIDE TOWNS HAVE ' --1
PURE MILK SUPPLY
Food Commissioner Bailey has mad
tests of the milk supply of both Boa
stds and Newport, the two prlnolpal
beach reeorte on ths Oregon coaat, and
haa found them to be all right. Tb .
food commissioner's offlcs will keep. a
sharp lookout on all thes piacea and aee
that pur milk and other food products
ars sold to campers and summer vis-..
'""' - - .
ESPEE BOILERMAKERS' ,
,::" Vi '
(Josraat Ipeelal ervtcs.) -1
San Franclaoo. Aug. 8. Th boiler
makers at Sparks, Bakerefleld. Sacra- .
mento, Oakland and San Franolsno, con
nected with tha Southern Paclflo, went
out on a atrlke today aa result of ths
strike In Los Angeles. ;
'., Supplies for the Shipwrecked. -'
From ths Louisville Courier Journal.
.he catboaf ran gayly before th
wind. The sea was alive with sunshlno.
Shoreward, on the boardwalk, the
people walking looked no bigger than
No, sir." said th skipper, "thers
Is not a desert island of the sea that
the governments of ths world haven t
stocked up with grub and clothes and
tools for ths use of shipwrecked marl-
B"There,a tinned soups, dried meats,
sealed cans of rice and flour and sugar, '
dried peas, beans, tobacco, knives, hat
chets, and so on all a . ahlpwrecked
mariner could need. '
"The Oovernmenta have don ttile for
a number of yeara. The provender is
hid in cavea or under rocke. , There's
a book published giving the exsct loca
tion of these cachee and most ships
carry a copy of the work." w
' . . . . . i r.. i .... . v. , . t. e,a.
It is raporiav in vhw.pi vm. yv
the end of the summer more thaatn
100.000 unorganised laborers and clerks f
employed by western railroads will re
ceive voluntary - lncreaaea in wares 1
which will average it per ceni. i
aggregate increaae will be several mil
liens of dollars.