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THS OREGON SUNDAY . JOIUIJAL, TCllTLAUD, SUNDAY I.IORNINO, .wJGU.r 11. HZl.
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Saturday Next, at 10 P.M.
Our Great Sale of Good Shoes Will End
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OUR STORE FRONT
WE CAN'T HAVE , ANY" SHOW WINDOWS, BUT
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So don't be bashful, but walk through the door
of the Repair Factory
MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOES
MODERN SHOE REPAIR FACTORY
SAYS NEW BOAT
WILL BE IDEM
A crent Dewson Declares
Harriman People Are
Doing Their Best. . .
TO S03IE SYMPATHY
,IIm Had: Hard tncM With BomU
Dnrlnj Paat Berenl Xen bnt Br
pect to Maintain Good "ferric
With Veaaela to Go on Boats Soon.
Wlthia tw months or thr at th
jnoat tb Portland-8b Franolaoo rout
'will b eorarad by two lari rteajnara,
tb Lawton and th Kaoaaa City, with
tha Costa, Kloa aa an aartllary freighter,
coord In r to a ta.tment mad laat arsn
Ing bj J. H. Dawaoa. acant of th Baa
jYaaclaoo Portland Btaamahlp com
t an?. .Th gn City baa ' raoaatly
t ean purchaaad by th Harriman paopla
t fill permanently th plaoa mad ya.
I nt by tha loaa of th ataamahlD Col'
l mbla and aha la xpotd to lav
J nw fork aooo for this port by way of
ana Horn. Tha Lawton was .boua-ht
f .me tima aro and is now andarffolnf
ii'I'mn in can Francisco.
Wanaw Bchwarln of tha Harriman
ater linaa on th Pacific premisat two
t mora -lure and fin boat for th
) ortland-ban Francisco run seyaral
I r-ars aa-o. but ther narar matartailsad.
l or this raason UtUa faith baa bea
I Uoad In rumors of proapactlTa 1m-
rovemant In tha aarrloa of lata, but
J!r. Dawson' announemnt last aan
1 iiC Is taken to mean that th boat will
I her during- th time specified and
1 hat- they wlU oorae up to th expeota
ton of thosa who have anxiously been
vraJtlnr for an Improvement.
, The City of Panama was th only
valuable boat for th Portiend-Ban
1 Vanclsco run after tha loaa f th Col
umbia, and she was put on to prevent
con (feet Ion of traffic" said Mr. Dew
tna, ''and I do not think th otnpany
t-nould be harshly oiitlclaad because th
-eel is not antlrely up to date. Bha
mm tha only boat available and was
cured with much difficulty. It was
rone to relieve tha situation. But two
I ' rij boats have now been secured. "
Mr. Dewson said yestarday that tha
j"-crlptlon of tha City. of Panama In
t ha Journal of Thursday evening- had
riund a larra number of passengers
to cancel their reservation because of
i'r that tha boat was not Seaworthy.-
J he fact that she left Alnsworth
imrf yesterday with something Ilka
f ) i acnrrs despite this. Is convlno
5 ( rroof that with up-to-date steamers
t e llnrrlman people would handle an
i . men traffic by water between this
i snd tha Ooldea Uata Tha stretch
rs on of tha flneet Water routes
! run well be selected by tourists
i .. wishing- to take a short sea
,)red of travelers are oompelled
, I y (rein between Portland and
l - .nrla'-o acalnat their wish ba
. i ov (ear placing their Uvea In
'v in veeenla not of th highest
i h there would probably be
. C -m being wracked under
i if mum built at Chester,
-lit H years so. and
i.eit to be plying be.
. !)1 f-vannh. Her
- - Le'.w 'i. .27 feet;
. , , , i cf i. :i. 111 feet
JUST "WEDDED AT SILVEETON
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Nelflon D. Bailey and Mlaa Mary Ehirlock, both prominent young people
of BllTerton, were married, at the Methodist parsbnage In that town
I Wednesday, Rer. H. H. Salisbury officiating The young couple are
; spending their honeymoon at Albany : They will return to make their
:;. home at Sllrerton. ' 1 u : - v.;, --:.r
Th Zawtoa Is of about th same dlxna
Ions. . "
Th Baa Francisco eV Portland Htaam.
hip company has been unfortunate with
it roruana-Ban jrrancisco llnera for
th past several years, three of them,
th Bt. Paul, George W. Elder and Co
lumbia, bavins- been wracked, and sev
eral damaged In serious accidents, tha
latest accident being; that which befell
tna cur 01 Panama on bar first visit
here this week, wbea ah crashed Into
tha steamer Alliance at th mouth of
th WUlamatt. ,
JAPS BUT XXNKRS
Canadian Paclflo Discards Old! end
-j v Passing 'Craft. : . ' : .
Taocouver. B. CJ Ana?. 10. Tha Oan.
adlaa Paclflo railway' steamships Ath
enian and Tartar, operating . between
Vancouver and th orient, have been
sold to a Japanese shipping firm. Th
Canadian Paclflo railway Is building new
steamship for Its oriental servloe. ,
Th Japan are buying no all ves
sels offered at low figure whan at tha
and of usefulness In th aye of their
owner and somehow manage to operate
tharo at a profit, thla being du mainly
to th fact that they are In position
to engage cheap help. During; the past
winter several large tramp . steamers
visited Portland under- th Japanese
Caa and carried away grata at reduced
rates, although they war of tha old
type and expensive to operate because
of th amount of fuel consumed. It la
said that with modern boats at their
command th Japanese would soon
rain control of th traffl across th
Bflaf Zdaars Xa to Antra
Alliance, Coos Bay.. ..Uncertain
K. D. In man. Ban Francisco.... Aug. It
Costa Rica, San Francisco. ... ..Aug. 11
Koanoka, Baa Pedro ana way.... Aug. II
Breakwater. Coos Bit ........ .Aur. 1 A
Numantia, orient ...... I .... .August II
City of Panama, Ban Francisco. .Aug. It
O. W. Elder. Ban Pedro and way. Aug. 10
jonan t-ouinen, Ban rranciaeo. ..Aug. zo
Kedondo, Beat tie ............. .Aur. 20
Arabia, orient. ... . . .Sept. 1
oifwiB, w. ss ...... .nept. is
Nlcomedla, orient , October 1
r Bagalas Uara Depart.
Alliance. Coos Bay Uncertain
Breakwater, Coos Bay .Aug, 11
Kedondo, Beattle and way ....Aug 14
Koanoke, San Pedro and way..,, Aug. IS
Coeta Rica, Ban Francisco..,,, .Aug. II
R. . Inmsn, Ban Francisco. . , .Aug. II
Cltyof Panama, Ban Francisco. .Aug. 21
O. W. K1der, Ban Psdro and way.Aug 21
J oh an Foul sen. Ban Francisco. . .Aug.' 25
Numantia, orient. ...,. .August 21
Arabia, orient.. .......,. .September It
Alesla. orient. , ,,..,,,,., ,8ept 21
Nlcomadla, orient ..i.OcC 10
la, Vora, -. - .
Tola, Br. sfa.. Elevator dook
Maori King. Br. s,..EasL West. Xbr. Co.
A 1 vena. Am. sch .West port
Dalgonar, Br. ah .'.Columbia No. S
Bee. Am. sch ... .Willamette LAB. Wks
Lrena, Am. achr.. ,Astorl
.yra. Am. str. Portland Lbr. Co.
James Rolnh. .Am. sch Wtittinrl
Melville Dollar, Am, tr........,.BtelIa
noma cny, in. sir. (Stella
Tosemlta, Am. atr........,.....Kalama
Casco, Am. atr........ ....... . ...Goble
Dalay Freeman, Am. str.,.K. dc W. mills
J. B. Btetson, Am. atr Stella
Conway Castle, Br. bk. .....Greenwich
Breakwater, Am. str......... Oak street
utam, Ger. aa Aatoiia
Asuncion, Am, sh.. ......... .Portsmouth
Kedondo, Am. str...., ....Couch etraet
Alliance, Am. atr Buppla's yard
Rhoderlck Dhu, Am. barge Linn ton
King; Cyrus, Am. son..........
X.mf Oarrlars Ii Xnk
Aurella, Am. str. "....Baa Francises
R. D. Inman. Am. str Ban Francises
Thomas I Wand. Am. str.Ban Francisco
Coaster, Am. str. ....... .Ban Francisco
Puele it. Plummer, Am. sch. . .Guaymas
Wasp, Am. atr ...Ban Francisco
Northland. Am. atr...... .Ban Francisco
Beulah, Am. sch. ...... ..Ban Francisco
Americana, Am. sea,. ...... .Ban Pedro
Alice McDonald, Am, sen. Kahuhul
Lettltla, Am. sch. ...... .Ban Francisco
Churchill, Am. sch.....Baa Francisco
Berlin, -Or. sh. .............. .NuahagRk
Bt. Nicholas, Am. sh...,......Nu8hagak
jonn turner, Am. sn.. ...... .iNusnagak
Compeer, Anu sch. Ban Francisco
Wrestler. Am. bktn. Ran Mm
Cascade, Am. str.......,, Ban Francisco
sla Bauto With Osasal and OeneraX .
Ptuecleueh, Br, Sh... ....... ...Hamburg
Brenn. Fr. bk.,.,. ........Hull
RilmtM Re Kir .
Genevieve Mollnos, Fr. bk. ...... London
Ren Kervller, Fr. sh 7;. .Hamburg
Laennec, Fr. ah.. ............. .Swansea
Ie Pllier, Fr. bk..,,.., London
Martha Roux. Fr. bk..... nmh,,r.
Mozambique. Br. sh.,... .Newcastle. El
Bamoa, Br. bk...4...... ...Bhlelds
Biam. Oer. ah........... .lmn.
i niers, ir. n.... iewcatle. B.
Vlncennes, Fr. bk. Glasgow
Marechael Turren. Fr. bk. . . .Hamburg
VU1 de Mulhouee, Fr. bk Antwerp
Ouethary, Fr. bk..... Antw.rp
1' .'K1- Antwerp
Walden Abbey. Br. sh. .Antwerp
Olenesslln. Br. sh., ..Antwerp
VsrssiUes. Fr. bk...,. i..Leith
General d Bolsdeffre, Fr. bk ..London
General d Negrler. Fr. bk. .... .London
Bayard. Fr bk;. .Antwerp
VIM de Dijon, Fr bk Antwerp
Alio" Marie, Fr..bk. .....Antwerp
Eugene Rergatene, Fr. bk. Antwerp
H. Haekneld, Or. bk.,. ...Honolulu
Arctlo Stream. Br. ah ....... .Rotterdam
Crown of India, Br. bk, Antwerp
' Coal Ships Sa Boats.
Belen. Fr. bk. .......... .Newcastle. A.
Col d Vlllebols MarenU. Fr. bk....
Claverdon, Br. sh.,., Newcastle. A.
Wlllscott, Am. bk..... ...Newcastle, A.
Port Pstrtck, Br. sh..... .Newcastle. A,
Bt. Mlrren, Br. Sh. ...,. .Newcastle, A.
Crlllon. Fr. hk., Tr. Newcastle, A.
Ardencrala-, Br. bk. Newcastle, A.
Eugene Schneider, Fr. bk. Newcastle, A.
fit. iuls, it. sh Newcastle, a.i
Buffon. Fr. bk........... .Newcastle. A.
Castla Rock, Br. sh....... . .Sydney, A.
Red hi 11, Br. sa. ....... ..Newcastle, A.
Knight Templar, Br. sa .. Newcastle, A.
ymvnc, w. - sir. ....... ,iewcasiie,
.;. . Tramp Btsaisis Sa Boats.
queen Alexandra, Br. str. ..... .Madras
Btrathness, Br. sir.... Port Los Angele
Eva, Oar. sa. Hakodate, Japan
Astoria, Or, Aug. 10. Condition at
mouth of th Columbia - at I p. m,
smooth: wind, south.. 4 miles: rainy. Ar
rived In and left up at 4 a. m ataamar
Asuncion xrotn Ban rrancisco. Arrived
down laat night and sailed at 11:11 a.
m., steamers Chas. Nelson and Johan
pouisen. for Ban Francleoo. Arrived
down at 1:10 a, m- schooner Irene. Ar
rived down at I a. m. and sailed at
12:80 p. m.. steamer Gea W. Elder, for
Ban Pedro and .war norta. . Arrived
down at 11:10 a. m., German steamer
nicomeaia. iert up at l p. m British
bark Conway Castle. Arrived down and
sailed at 1:10 p. By. steamer Argyll,
i or -OTt nanora. ierc up at I p. m.,
steamer Redondo. Balled at 1:10 p. m.
uermaa steamer isicomedla for Hong
rvong. Arnvea in at p. m., iug Daunt
less with bark Roderick Dhu. from Ban
Francisco. ' Arrived down at 1:10
steamer City of Panama.
i Ban Francisco, Aug. 10. Sailed last
night, steamer Cascade, for. Portland.
Sailed at 11:11 a. m.. steamer Costa
Kica, for Portland.1 -
Ban Pedro, Aug. 10. Balled laat night,
barkentln Wrestler for Portland.
Tide at- Astoria Sunday High, 1:42
a. nw 1-4 feet; 2:11 p. m., T.I feet. Low,
;av a m. v.v zeet; a:i p. nx, . zest.
: AliOWa THE WATERFRONT
The British shin Dal sonar will nm
a cargo oi oaney to s.uropSL on w
cnanere aoout a wees: aro.
. Tha steamer Alliance la bains renal red
at Supple'e boatyard on the at Bid
near the Morrison bridge,
Th steamer Redondo arrived In th
harbor 1st last night from Puget Bound
Tha British bark Conway Castl will
b at Green wlcn dock this afternoon.
Bh brings a cargo of cement from
Th German ship Slam, which reached
Astoria cnaay irora ionaon, encoun
tered heavy weather off Cape Horn and
some of har cement cargo was damaged
GRAINS OF SAND.
Tha travels of grains of sand hav
long bean a matter of sclentlfla record.
Tears ago It was established that par
ticles picked up on th coasts of Pas
d Calais had their origin In th rocks
of Brittany, from 120 to 180 miles dis
tant. Another standard fact is the dis
covery on tha coast of Denmark of chalk
dust which undoubtedly cam from th
ell rrs or Normanay.
Professor Thoulet. th French ecaan-
ographer, has lust addressed a report
to the Academy of Sciences on in pre
cis manner in which these particles
travel suck treat distances. He finds
that the reault la due antlrely to the
action of waves and tides, causing ths
particlaa of sand to ouraue a slgiag
course, which he likens to th teeth of
saw, and having in th Channel and
the North Baa a general direction from
east to west. -
Th professor calculate that ' ach
grain travels at least g.ooo yards up and
down tha beach under tha impulse of tha
Incoming and retreating wavea for each
yard that is conveyed narallel with tna
coast line. Thus, allowing something for
me miiuence oi me wind wnen tna sand
is ory, me snna I rum umtany round
along tha Paa da Calais strand mn.f
have travelled something Ilk a million
mile t reach there.
On an averes-e about fifteen waves
minute strike the beach, and these causa
a lateral movement of about on centi
metre, or one-tenth of aa Inch, which,
however, Is apt to be constantly reversed
by winds, currents and obstructions. It
is Inferred that the journey performed
by each pain of sand must taks
at leant fifty years, and may easily
. Ill FAR EAST SAFE
lMaji -linlster Says His
GoTernment Will . Pro
tect All Foreigners.
- (Hearst Haws by Leaser leased Wire.)
Washington, - Aug. 10. Th Psrslan
minister called at th stat department
today to say that his government was
taking steps to protect American mis
sion schools along tha Turkish-Persian
border and especially at Urumiah. Tha
minister ascribe th trouble to lawleas
banda of Kurds. Ho doaa not think that
tna .American mena or the mission
arles need have any apprehension.
Tha stats department telegraphed to
Amoaanaaor Jetanman on tha same sub
ject. Tha newa from him la that tha
Turkish government has been advised
not to Interfere with American Interests
and th Bultan ha had th military of
ficers on th border telegraphed aocord-
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Memorial to Collegiate Church of
: - ; Bt. Saviour. : ,
; From' th London Sally News.
Nearly three centurtsa bar passed
sine a Ilttl oompany stood at ths font
la th Collegiat Church Of St Saviour,
South wark, on November II, 1107, for
th christening; of th Infant son of
no Den uarvara ana bis wife, or Btrat-ford-on-Avon.
Many and Strang vicis
situdes has the sacred edifice pasaed
through since llttl John Harvard, on
of Southwards most distinguished sons.
In pursuance of th promises - made
at me xont, was nrst taken to church
to learn hla catechism, and then
brought to the blshon for confirmation.
Eight years of residence at Cambridge
uia noi lessen nia love tor tna Old cnurcn.
wama nas now once again taken Its
place la tha "making of ecolealatloal
Readers el. American history ar fa
miliar with hi famoue. benefaction
resulting In th founding of th uni
versity bearing his name the oldest
ana most famous of all th American
th publio memory thai Mr. Choate.
th late American ambassador, on of
in most distinguished of Harvard's
sons, presented a stained rlasa win.
dow to Bouthwark Cathedral In honor
of, John Harvard lust before hla de
parture from England in May, 1J0I.
The' window. It will be remembered,
was placed In th vestrv of tha rathe.
arai traditionally Known aa th Chapel
vs cu wonn me aivme
Thla little gem of architecture has
now. by th generosity of tha atudanta
of Harvard, been restored as a further
memorial to jonn Harvard, and will In
future be known as th Harvard ohapsl.
In - consequence of thla restoration
new vestries were required for th us
of tha cathedral - clergy, and these
hav been erected on th aid of tha
aisle, use being mad of soms ancient
Norman doorway which hav for many
year been "bricked up."
Recently th blshon of tha dlnneee
consecrated' the new vestries and dedi
cates in new cnapei.
' Journal Readers.
Th Itmrnml'a f rlniisi rksn hetsnn.
(line Journal Avrtinnri will confer
a furor by mentioning- that they saw
tha ad la Tha Journal.
HMrfs . W Vs. si A
Michal J, Doanally aa prniilrlAnt of tha
Rnrkas ur.k...- Tf-I t. S-x
sail rotlr4 pcauat of m haaiUiw
DR. ROACH STEAT0N r
v AT "WHITE TEJUTLE
: During th temporary absene In th
east of Dr. James Whltcomb B rougher.
Rev. John 'Roach Straton of th Sec
ond Baptist church, Chicago, will fill ths
pulpit of the White Tsmpl. Dr. Straton
WIIIUI.ii.Hli ll.i.iHU).Wt,Mi SHSilIWH
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Dr. John Boach Straton!;.
recently arrived In Portland from Los
Angoles, where ha preached at tha First
tsapust cnurcn intra ior tnraa weeks.
Dr. Btraton is a theologian of not and
was recently identified with the west
ern Chautauqua association. - - He was
also heard on several occasions during
th recent Chautauqua assembly at
Gladstone Park and created a moat fa
vorable impression. ,
Dr. Brougher' trip to ' th eastern
states is solely for a relaxation from
his arduous duties in this city. . -
Th Chinese In Manchuria Acquiring
A Thtrst for Itv
The market for Japanese beer In Man
churia Is steadily growing. Its sale, how.
ver, I a yet largely confined to tne
Je panes and Russians, although tha
Chines are a-raduallv aeaulrins a thirst.
Tha Journal of tha American Aslatlo
Association sava that the Importation
through Dalny -laat year consisted of
about 11,000 eases (forty-eight quart
bottles) of Asahl and 12,000 canes of
BAonoro Deer valued at luo.uuu van
($160,000). Of thla amount about two
fifth was sold to tha Russians In Harbin
and other point In Manchuria, while
considerable Importations Into this reg
ion aa well aa Siberia wars also mada
by way of Vladivostok.
Japanese beers are practically all
lagers, of which the two named most
popular brands supply practically th
whols of th Manchurlan market at
firesent. While the prices last year wars
rregular, owing to the unsettled condi
tion of th market, sales being made
at tha highest figures obtainable, some
times as much aa 10 sen (21 cents) a
bottle, th present wholesale1 prlc Is
about ill sen (12 "4 cents), Importers
of Japanese beer expect that their sales
during the present year will be fully
double those of last. If American beer
could be placed on tha market here
aa cheaply aa tha Japan product, or
ven slightly higher. It would undoubt
edly sell wall, especially in northern
Industrial Insurance a rents ornnlsed
a union recently In Brooklyn, said to be
the first of Its kind , la th United
fit tea, )
III SAVftllLL SHAFT
E.-M. Porter Frightfully In
jured in Miami Lumber
(Special Dlspateh t Tsa. fears!)
Tillamook, Or., Auk. 10. B. M. Por
ter, a well known resident of this plaoa,
who has been employed with th Miami
Lumber company at Hudsonvlll. wa
caught la th shaft f th saw this
afternoon and frightfully mangled.
Porter wa atooplng over th shaft
oiling tha bearings when his clothea -caught
and hurled him with terrific
force against tha floor- Ha was raised
again and jammed agataat th aid of
tha building. .
Workmen picked him up unconscious. '
Hs was removed to hi horn as quick
ly a possible and medical attendance -summoned.
His Injuries -are fatal and
he cannot recover. Porter's right arm
was nearly torn from hla body, all of
hla rlba broken and he sustained a frac
ture of the skull which extended oom-
filetely across on elds of his head. He
s a brother-in-law of W. H, Cooper or
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Murderous Bluejay. ;
" From tha Kansas Cltv Tlma
Two men on Campbell street near Ar
mour boulevard yestarday morning war '
attracted by a bird flying into a tree
near th sidewalk. It was a blnajay -and
th bird carried something grasped
tightly in its claws. Tha men paused
beneath th tree to watch, believing th
bird carrying material for a nest On
looking closer th observers were sur
prised to see th bluejay carried a spar-,
As ths Musjay alighted on a limb of -tha
tree it administered several vicious
thrusts Into-tha body of tha sparrow, i
which was than, already crushed and -quite
llfeleea. After making sure that
its enemy showed no alsn of returning
Ufa the bluejay loosed the sparrow and
wiv miu j mu iv in. grounu. -
- Meanwhile as the men watched this
surprising incident several sparrows .'
gathered around and perched on oonva- .
nlent branches of nearby tyeee cr tele
phone wire, chattered forth a most m
hatlo denunciation of the murderous
One of th Pioneer httmr nnlmi. n
America I th Journeymen stone cut- "
ters of Newark. New Jam, .whinh
cam into existence In 1114.
Big Shoe Sale
Money .Saving Price on Good
Shoes, and Oxfords
lBLMerrUoB St., Bter rtftjl