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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, ilIGUST 11. 1C07.
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Saturday Next, at 10 P. M.
Oiir 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
MENS AND BOYS' SHOES
MODERN SHOE REPAIR FACTORY
'Aerent" Dewson Declares
Harriman People Are
Doing Their Best. . .
TO SOME SYMPATHY
Hm Had Bard Look With Boat
Dnrlnx Pait ScTernl Teat bnt Exw
pecta to Matntatn Good 'Service
With VeueLi to Go on Route Soon.
r Within two month or thrM at tb
' jnoat tha Portland-Ban Franolaoo rout
iiwOX b corared by two larg t earners,
the Law ton and the Kansu City, with
tn Costa Kloa ai an auxiliary freighter,
aeoordlnf to a itatement mad laat aven-
tng by . H. Dewaon. agent ot tha Baa
JTranclaco Portland Bteamahlp oonv
any. tTh Kanaaa City haa recently
t-een purchased by taa Harriman people
t fill permanently the place made ya
. . f ant by -the loss of the steamship Col-
- j rabla and she Is expeoted to leave
I Jew lork soon for this port by way of
. 'ape Horn. The Lawton was .bouaht
. MBit time ago and Is now undergoing
repairs in can vTanoisco.
" Manager . Bcbwerin of the Harriman
atar Unas on the Pacific promised two
r more 4arge and fine boats for the
jioruana-ean n-anciaco run ' several
r ears agro, but . they never materialised,
'or this .reason little faith has been
laced In rumors of prospective lm
rovements in the servioe of lata but
: jar. uewson-s announcement last even
ing Is taken to mean that the boats will
I here during the time specified and
it bat, they will come up to the expecta
tions of those who have anxiously been
, waiting for an Improvement,
.iThe City of 'Panama was the only
Valuable boat for the Portland-Ban
, IVancisco run after the loss of the Col
umbia, and she was put on to prevent
a congestion of traffic" said Mr. Dew
apn, ."and I do not think the company
should be harshly criticised because the
vessel Is not entirely up to date. She
nuaa tha only boat available and was
aecured with much difficulty. It was
eon to relieve the situation. But two
la rga boats have now been seoured."
Mr. Dewson said yestsrday that the
Ascription of the City , of Panama In
0 he Journal of Thursday evening had
caused a large number of passengers
to cancel their reservations because of
fear that tha boat was not seaworthy. -The
fact that she left Alnsworth
vharf k yesterday with something like
Co passengers despite this. Is convinc
ing proof that with up-to-date steamers
the JIarrlman people would handle , an
Immense traffic by water 'between this
j ort and the Golden Gate. The stretch
rfers one of the-finest water routes
t hat can well b selected, br tourists
r people wishing to take a short sea
lovnira. -- -r'-'.-'J' r ' .'--' ': ; -
i.r nid reds of travelers ar compelled
t t,r by train between Portland and
n Francisco against their wish be
. f e ther fear placing their lives In
,ri1r on vessels not of tha highest
j'- eUhoiisrh there would probably be
i ; tnt-or ot them being wrecked under
, - '.r.r r clrcumstancea. ; "';
i i i .r9 Cltv was built at Chester,
jvriifinniiii, f 1 out 18 years aro, and
H t pt'--nt F; rposed to be plying- be
t ...! i,f w T..iic and Savannah.? Her
.v.ru -(. are: Xenth. ill 'feet;
. ..-uo. ti Itit; yth .of hold, J 4.1 featj
JUST "WEDDED AT SILVEETON i
mn i Aim mi i m ynw
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Buff on, Fr. bk ....NeweasUe, X,
castle hock, nr. n,....,,..Byaney,
RedhilL Br. sa .Newcastle.
Knight Templar, Br. sa. .Newcastle, A.
Tymenc, nr. sir. newtastu,
Tramp teaman Jta Soata,
Oneen Alexandra. Br. atr Madras
Btrathness, Br. sir. ...Port Los Angeles
ttva, uer. sa xiaaoaaie, japan
Nelson D. Bailer and Miss Mar Ehlrlock, both prominent young people
: 'of Bllrerton, were married, at the Methodist parsbnage In that town
: Wednesday, Rev. H. H. Sallflbury officiating, The young couple are
pending their honeymoon at Albany They will return to make their
home at Silverton.
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Tha Lawton la of about tha same dimea
Th San Francisco Sc Portland Bteam
ship company has been unfortunate with
Us .Portland-Ban Francisco liners for
me past several years, tnree or tnem,
the fit. Paul, George W. Elder and Co
lumbia, navinr been wrecked, and sev
eral damas-ed in serious accidents, tha
latest accident being that which befell
the City of Panama on her first visit
hers this week, when she crashed into
the steamer Alliance at the mouth of
JAPS BUT LINERS
Canadian Pacific Discards Old and
. Passing Graft.
Taaeoaven B. C lac. 10. The Can
adian Paclflo railway's steamships Ath
enian and Tartar, operating between
Vancouver and tha orient, have been
sold to a Japanese shipping firm. The
Canadian Paclflo railway Is building new
steamships for its oriental servioe.
The Japanese are buyinr no all ves
sels offered at low figures when at the
end of usefulness In the eyes of their
owners and somehow manage to operate
them at a pront, this Demg aue mainly
to tha fact that they are' In position
to engage oheap help. . During the past
winter several large tramp s steamers
vl sited Portland under . tha Japanese
flax and carried away Brain at reduced
rates, although they were of the old
type and expensive to operate because
of the amount of fuel consumed. It Is
said that with modern boats at , their
command the Japanese would soon
gain control of tha trafflo across tha
MARINE INTELLIGENCH '
Segnlar Zlners Sua to Antra.
Alliance, Coos Bay ....Uncertain
R. D. Inman, San Francisco, .Aug. 1 1
Costa Rica, Ban Fran Cisco.,.,.. Aug. 12
Roanoke, Ban Pedro and way. ...Aug. 18
Breakwater, Coos Bay ... . .U.Aug.-l
Kumantia. orient: i . . . . . Anarust IS
City of Panama, San Francisco, . Aug. 18
a. w. Eider. Ban Pedro and way. Aug. iQ
Johan Poulsen. San Francisco. ..Aug. 10
Meaonao, ueatue. ............. .Aug. zo
Arabia, orient. ... , . . ... .Sept, 1
Aiesia, oer. bb. ......... .k,,..gept. 16
Nlcomedls, orient...... ...... .October X
': Beg-alaa Xiaars to Bapart. '
Alliance, Coos Bay i.,,,,,. Uncertain
Breakwater, Coos Bay . . .Aug, 11
Redondo, Seattle and 'way . ...Aujt 14
Roanoke. Ban Pedro and way ....Aug. IS
Costa Rica, Ban Francisco. ,,.. Aug. 1
R. Inman. Ban Francisco..', .Aug.- IS
Cityof Panama, San Francisco. , Aug, S
G. w. Elder, Ban Pedro and way. Aug 21
Johan Poulsen, San Francisco. . .Aug. 25
Numantla, orient. .......... .August 28
Arabia, orient... . , ; . . , . .September 1 1
Aleaia, orient. . ...T. v ... Sept. !5
Nicoonedla, orient ii'.i...,,vi. Oct 10
- - r Vessels ia jort.-.--
Tola. Br. ab.. WMUM Elevator dock
Maori Klnc Br. ss.East. West Xbr. Co.
Alvena, Am. sch .Westport
Dalgonar, Br. sh ; . Columbia No. 2
Bee, Am. sch. ...Willamette I. & B. Wks
Irene, Am. schr.. Astoria
i-yra. Am. str., Portland L,br. Co.
James Rolph, -Am. sch .Westport
Melville Dollar, Am. atr Stella
Nome City, Am. str. Stella
Tosemlte, Am. str......... Kalama
Casco, Am. str. Goble
Daisy Freeman. Am. Str... EL A W. mill
J. B. Stetson, Am. str Stella
Conway Castle, Br. bk Greenwich
Breakwater, Am. str Oak street
Slam. Uer. sh Astoria
Asuncion, Am, sh.... ...... ..Portsmouth
Redondo. Am. str ....Couch street
Alliance, Am. str Bupple's yard
KnoaencK unu. Am. oarce unnton
King Cyrus, Am. sch. Kalama
Somber Carriers 2a Xonta.
Aurella, Am. str.......... San Francises
R. D. Inman. Am. str Saq Francisco
Thomas I Wand. Am. str.San Francisco
Coaster, Am. str .San Francisco
Susie M. Plummer, Am. sen. . .Guaymas
Wasn. Am. str ...San Francisco
Northland, Am. str....... San Francisco
Beulah, Am. sch......... San Francisco
Americana, Am. sen,,....,,. San Pedro
Alice Mcuonaia, Am. sen. Kahuhul
Lettltia. Am. sch...... ..:fitn Fl-anr'nea
Churchill. Am. sch... San Francisco
Berlin, Gr. sh ....Nushagak
et. Micnoias. Am. sn Musnaeak
John Currier, Am. sh ...Nushagak
ComDeer. Am. sch. ..fian TTVanp.laco
wrestler. Am. DKtn .....Ban Pedro
Cascade, Am. str. ....... .Ban Francisco
Sn Soate With Cement and OenaraL
Buccleuch, Br. sh. Hambur
Brenn, Fr. bk ....Hul
jjw'v 1l ,.,Aniwerp
unnoviBvo moanos, ii. ok. lxndon
Rene Kervller, Fr. sh.. Hamburg
uwiinec, rr, sn.. ............. .ewansea
ua mier, t. dk. ....London
Martha Roux, Fr. bk..... Hamburg
Mozambique. Br. sh...... Newcastle, t
Samoa, Br. bk.... ...Shields
biam, uer. sn. ................ London
'lmers, rr. sn .Newcastle. EL
vincennes, Fr. bk. Glasgow
Marechael Turrene, Fr. bk.... Hamburg
Ville de Mulhouse, Fr. bk. . . . . .Antwerp
Guethary. Fr. bk Antwerp
x-ioi i i uui jcr. u& ..Antwerp
Walden Abbey. Br. sh ..Antwerp
Glenesslin, -Br. sh., ......... . . .Antwerp
Versailles. Fr. bk. Lei tfi
General -d Bolsdeff re, Fr. bk ..London
General' de Negrier, Fr. bk, . . .. .London
Bayard, Fr. bk, . ... .Antwerp
VIMS o uijvu, r r. urn. ..Antwerp
Alio- Marie, Fr.,bk. .....Antwerp
Eugene Rergatene, Fr. bk .Antwerp
H. Haekfleld. Or. bk... nrmninii.
Arctlo Stream. Br. sh... Rotterdam
Crown or inoia, ur, Pk Antwerp
'i'4!-; Coal SDalpa Sn Bonta. -
Relen. Fr. bk. .......... .Newrautla A
Col da Vlllebois Marenll, Fr. bk. . ; .7 -
-. . . .. . . . . . . . .Newcastle. A.
Claverdon, Br. sh. Newcastle, A.
Wlllscott Am. bk......,, Newcastle, A.
Port Patrick, Br. sh.,,... Newcastle, A,
Rt Mtrren. Br. Sh. ...... .NewnmtHa a
CrlUon, Fr. bk. ...... -..Newcastle, A.
Ardencraig, Br. bk.. .,. , . .Newcastle, a.
Eugene Schneider, Fr. bk.NewcaatleA.
6t Xoula, Jr- ah. NeweasUe, A.
Astoria, Or., Aug. 10. Condition at
mouth of tha Columbia at t p. m
smooth: wind, south., 4 miles: rainy. Ar
rived In and left up at 4 a. m., steamer
Asuncion rrom Ban irrancisco. Arrived
down last night and sailed at 11:80 a.
m., steamers Chaa, Nelson and Johan
Poulsen. for San Francisco. Arrived
down at 8:80 a. m schooner Irene. Ar
rived : down at a. m. and sailed at
12:80 p. m, steamer Geo. W. Elder, for
San Pedro and t way porta Arrived
down at' 11:80 a. m., German steamer
Nlcomedls. Left up at 1 p. m., British
bark Conway Castle. Arrived down and
sailed at 1:80 p. m., steamer Argyll,
ror -ort iiarrora. lert up at I p. m.
steamer Redondo. Balled at 1:10 p. m
German steamer Nlcomedls ror Hong
Kong. Arrived in at I p. m., tug Daunt
less with bark Roderick Dhu. from San
Francisco. Arrived down at 5:30
steamer City of Panama
San Francisco, Aug. 10. Sailed last
night steamer Cascade, for Portland.
Sailed at 11:80 a. m.. steamer Costa
Rica, for Portland.-
San Pedro, Aug. 10. Sailed last night,
barkentlne Wrestler for Portland.
Tides at. Astoria Sunday High, 1:42
a m., 8.4 feet; 2:88 p. m., 7.8 feet Low,
;zq a. m. o.g zeet; : p. m., x. rest
ALONG THE WATERFRONT
The British shin Dal sonar will carry
a cargo oz Dariey to uurope. sne was
chartered about a week aa-o.
The steamer Alliance is being repaired
at Supple's boatyard on the east side
near the Morrison bridge.
The steamer Keaonao arrived in tne
harbor late last night from Puget Bound
The British bark Conway Castle will
be at Greenwich dock this arternoon.
She brings a cargo of cement from
. Tha Ctorman shin Slam, which reached
Astoria Friday zrom Jonaon, encoun
tered heavy weather off Cape Horn and
some of her cement cargo was damaged
by water. ; .
GRAINS OF SAND.
The travels of grains of sand have
long been a matter of sclentlflo record.
Tears ago It was established that par
ticles picked up on . the coasts of Pas
de Calais had their origin In the rocks
of Brittany, from 120 to 180 miles dls
tant Another standard fact Is the dls
covery on the coast of Denmark of chalk
dust which undoubtedly came from the
cliffs of Normandy. .
Professor Thoulet, the Frenoh ocean
ographer, has lust addressed a report
to the Academy of Sciences on me pre
cise manner . in which these particles
travel such rreat distances. He finds
that the result Is due entirely to the
action of waves snd tides, causlnc the
particles or sand to oursue a sigsai
oouriA wnicn no ii&oni o mi uein o
a saw, end having In the Channel and
the North Sea a general direction from
east to west--' '':"''' -:!':
Tha nroressor calculates that each
grain travels at least 8.000 yards up and
down the beach under the Impulse of the
incoming and retreating waves ror each
yard that Is conveyed parallel with tne
coast line. Thus, allowing something for
the Influence of the wind when the sand
Is dry, the sand from Brittany found
along the Pas de Calais strand must
have travelled something like a million
miles to reach there. 1
On an average aoout rirteen waves a
minute strike the beach, and these cause
a lateral movement or about one eentl-
however, Is apt to be constantly reversed
by winds, currents and obstructions.- It
s mrenrea tnat tne journey performed
n of sand . must take
rears, and mar milr
consume a hundred, . . ,
9 UUV1 I VU UJBI
y each grain
I least fifty
III FAR EAST SAFE
Persian Minister Says His
GoYernment Will ; Pro
tect All Foreigners.
DR. ROACH STRAT0N
AT WHITE TEMPLE
During the temporary absence in the
east of Dr. James Whltcorab Brougher,
Bey. John Roach Straton of tha Seo
ond Baptist church, Chicago, will fill tha
pulpit of tha White Temple. Dr. Straton
(Hearst Mews by Longest teases' Wire.)
Washington, Aug. 10. The Persian
minister called at tha stats department
today to say that his government was
taking steps to protect American mis
sion schools along the Turkish-Persian
border and especially at Urumlah. The
minister ascribes the trouble to lawless
bands of Kurda He does not think that I
the American mends or the mission
aries need have any apprehension.
The stats department telegraphed to
Ambassador Leishman on the same sub- i
lect The news from him Is that the
Turkish government has been advised
not to interfere with American Interests
and the sultan has had the military of
ficers on the border telegraphed accord
ingly. . .
Memorial ' to Collegiate Church of
From' the London Dally Newa
Nearly three centuries have passed
since a little company stood at the font
In the Collegiate Church df St Saviour,
Southwark, on November II, 1607, for
tha christening of tha infant son of I rehently . arrived In Portland from Los
Robert Harvard 'and his wife, of Strat- J Angeles, where he preached at the First
rora-on-AVon. Manv and atrann vtpi- i uantist cnurcn mere ror ' tnree weens.
sltudes has the sacred edifice passed Dr. Straton is a theologian of note and
through since little John Harvard, ono was recently Identified with the West-
of Southwards most distinguished sons, rn Chautauqua association. He was
in : nurauanc . at . tha nrnrntnaa maA also heard On several occasions during
at the font, waa first taken to church th recent Chautauqua assembly at
to learn his catechism, and then J Gladstone park and created a most fa-
hrougnt to the bishop for confirmation, I voraoto imprcHion. .. .
Trto-h nr, nf r..M.r, I Dr. Broughers trln to 1 the eastern
did not lessen his love for the old ehurc ,'or vr,ela"on 'rom
wnicn nas now once again taken its I "
Place In tha "tasking of ecdaalatloal
leaner, of An,.H "aU a 'til JAPANESE BEER.
miliar with his famous, benefaction
resulting in the founding- of the unl-The Chinese In Manchuria Acquiring
TViaMtJ VNUUJ1 in. iiaiuu nil viu.n I - ... .
and most famous of all tha American I A Thirst for Xt.r
colleges.- It is, moreover, still fresh in
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pr, John Roaca Straton;!.
PTU4i BSa.ua AlODll AEX I TMA tMSvlraf VAM lAAflM ASS n A AW in (UISIH.
the publio memory that Mr. Choate. I . ' t "
r... a i u . . .i ciuini ii nswuir nvwinr. iu u hdw
the most disUngulshed of rfarvard s hDa' J. "
sons, presented a stained glass win- A?;?5neB. ni.5u,a.n'-i..-.5.u?,lK.
c,K-.i, .o.v,.-r . . I wiyieaoarw srauusu ouuiiiiiS
ww v wvuvaj stsu sb VMMiauisw aaa uuiiui i rrb. TaiamaaI m a.v.a a m a.i, aiatis
-a "r-We n.,-a-j 4... V.... tl. I AJ UU1UHI UJ. -tlTJ AlWOt Aweau Asiawv
n.V.?i? I JZa !f0I?. Association says that tha ImporUUon
f.t-i-J0 'i?nSa?4kiaM7,v1,0i- through Dalny -last year consisted of
The window, it will be remembered. I .k.. "1 a nn .
was placed to: the, vestry of the cathe- bottles) of Asahl and 12,000 cases of
arai traaitionaiiy snown as tne Chapel i Sapporo beer, valued . at 800,000 yen
01 ou jonn me aivme. - 1 (1150,000). Of this amount about two-
This little gem of architecture has I fifths was sold to the Russians in Harbin
now. by the generosity of the students 1 and other nolnts in Manchuria, while
of Harvard, been restored as' a further I considerable Importations Into this, reg-
memoriat 10 wonn narvara, ana wm m I ion as wen as eiDena were uao maae
luture os Known as tne Harvard ohapsl. ny way or. yiaotvoatoHV'-
In consequence of this ; restoration Japanese.: beers are practically all
new vestries were required for the use lagers, of which the two named most
of the cathedral clergy, . and these popular brands supply practically the
hnva haan rftA nn h. ,iH, a whole of the Manchurian market at
aisle, use. being made of some ancient I present While the prices last year were
Norman doorways which nave for many I Irregular, owing to the unsettled conal
years been "bricked np." I tlon of the market sales being made
Recently the blshob of the dlooeae mgnest iigures oownaoie, some-
. ,-... - . m M,mnl. " K II .nn f V . AAn m 1
consecrated tna new vestries ana aedi. i .-'.v
cated the new chapel.
bottle, the present - wholfesalat price Is
about iS sen (124 -cents): Importers
of Japanese beer expect that their sales
during tha present year : will be fully
Alia journal a xriBnua. WDin nuron.1 .nn ti. rai nn in. m,.r . .
lxlng Journal advertisers, will confer! as cheaply as the Japanese product or
a. jmw iir mciiuiuQiiig wwi iney. saw I even sugnuy nigner n would nndouot
the ad In The Journal.. .r. I edl sell well. - especially- in northern
" 1 - 1 " " i uancnuria.
Edward W. '. Potter has annpaalafl
Michael J, Donnelly as president of the! Industrial Insurance agents organised
Amalgamated Meat Cutters . and I a imlnii rM.ntl. In nrnnlrlvn a,u K.
Butcher Workmen's Union, Mr. Don-1 the first of Its , kind la the United
uy rvureii cecauss ( iu rt-iin. : , J states.
BODY IS MANGLED
E. M. Porter Frightfully In
jured in Miami Lumber
(Spedat Dtepatca te TbcJearsal) -Tillamook,
Or., Aug. 10. H. M. Por
ter, a well known resident of this place,
who has been employed with the Miami
Lumber company at Hudsonvllla, was
caught in the ahaft of tha saw this
afternoon and frightfully mangled.
rurwr was siuuping orer ina snail
oiling the bearings when his olothea
caught and hurled him with terrific
force against the floor. He waa raised
again snd Jammed against the side of
Workmen picked him up unconscious.
He was removed to his home as quick
ly as possible and medical attendance
summoned. His Injuries vara fatal and
he cannot recover. Porter's right arm
was nearly torn from his body, all nf
his ribs broken and he sustained a frac
ture of the skull which extended com
pletely across one sids of his head. He
is a brother-in-law of W, H. Cooper or
From the Kansas City Tim
Two men on Camobell street near Ar
mour boulevard yesterday morning were
attracted by a bird flying Into a tree
near tne siaewaia.- it-was -a niuejay
and the bird carried something grasped
tightly In Its claws. The men paused
beneath the tree to watch, believing the
bird carrying, material for a neat On
looking closer the observers were sur
prised to see the bluejay carried a spar-.
row, - -
As the bluejay alighted on a limb of
mej iroo it uuniuiiBioreu eev-rai vicious
thrust into th bod Y of thm- unftrrnw.
wVt InK . ear a sa r Visav s 1 wiaskt w aV aI
quite lifeless. After making sure that
Its enemy showed no sign of returning
life the bluejay loosed the sparrow and
tne Dooy leu to the ground.
Meanwhile as the men watched this
surprising incident several sparrows .'
gathered ground and perched on oonve- .
nlent branches of nearby trees or tele
phone wires, chattered forth a most em-
phatlc denunciation of the murderous
One Of the Cloneer InTinr nntma h :'
America Is the Journeymen stone cut- v
ters Of Newark. New Jaraav. , whlrh ;
oame Into existence in 1884. .
Last Call " '
Big Shoe Sale
Money.$aving Price on Good
Shoes and Oxfords
. . SMC WINDOWS '
XSlaSIerrlsoa St, near Rlyt