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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1S07.
WOT TREATED IBSOLY
prlaon yard or garden for exerclae. Soma
Of th prison hav one been palaces.
and th Favlak prison In Waraw has
a largo yard.., Hera tba prtaonera can
walk about for half an hour or an hour,
when their friend climb up the wait
which la not high. and paaa the time
of day. Women with baskets full of
sauaages, rolls, cakes, fruit and cigar
ettes oome and. sell their, ware to the
prisoners, who find the regulation bill
.Mceptionai- Hulk of Inmates in tzar s renal ?f far potato soup and piekid cab.
institutions Have far Greater Freedom Than Is
Allowed Offenders in Other Countries; ,
Duchess of Eoiburghe En-
i tertainsT Prince and
i. 5 Prinwss of Wales.
tha uproar over the bargaining, which
la enlivened with Jokes and i compli
ments, would do credit to the) market
round the corner. '
Thla happy-go-aucky way or letting
nHinna baa rtiitil(f fa raanlnal Kl a
ISJSlmSJSz KINO EDWAED HATES
tlonary society and took part In a train I br, of the military guard, who ac-
He will be, in I company the men when tney tana ex
(By a Staff Corrupa-deatJ
Warsaw.1 Polndd.-An. lflMtmh has I raid tomt m'antha ajro.
ben , published about tha erualtlea to I" probability, transported to Siberia, erclse, Joke wktv-the market women and
o,Fuoijanea apout tna cruen ea. to b . dr-vnot affect hla fore-et their charcea. One young prie-
Z? "u prlaonera are aubjected. spirits, for he la Joking with another oner, named Flnkelstein, ran off the rtHilan Tint
ally revolutionist. . ' Tha promlnenc re- cigarettes. All In the room amoks t hui U alater dreaaed aa a market-woman
earfifv Ju,. TJ tt.t,JI.t.A ZlPft th ' " thick aa that of Lon- entered the yard with what looked like
uoi!. ,n " pe-up iog. ; - - . .x . i a, goodly auppiy or roiia.
. iner are no prison ciotne ana ' out - Keoaned In Slants.
aa Mm il uii fctk Inns . aa a. mail I , U ina-
doea not cheek" the guard or trr to I Flnkelateln and hl. frlenda at onoa
eacapa he ; can do pretty much aa he I surrounded her, crowding oui ma een
llkea. He can get up at whatever hourltrlea. But the next day when tha roll
pleaaea him: If he doea not care about I call waa made he waa mlaalng. Hie al-
waahina; nobodv will oerauada him toltr hmA hidden a woman's cloak, aklrt
uae the very small baaln that aUndsl.nd kerchief under her rolla and ha
by the door and looka mora aa If it I quickly changed, whllat hia fellow prla-
cently given to the torturea Inflicted on
them at Riga and elsewhere may have
created, an erroneous Impression con
earning the character of Russian prisons
Ruaala la the land Of xtremea and
contrast. While it ,1a true that bai
barttles. unknown la ' other ' civilised
countrlea are frequently practiced upon
1 tna mmatea oi Kuaaiaa jana. it
. eoually true that tha bulk of the prlao
era confined in them enjoy fnr greater
11 Deny ana mora privuegea man
jowea tnose upon wnora tne law
Blips ; oa jPoIlahed
Wood and Tells Friend .That They
Hut Place CarpeU Where He Haa
; to Walk. ' ' : -'.i'.V:
' By X-ady Mary. :,
Uoanial Bpeelal ervtea.)
London, Aug. 10. Meat of tha London
announced tha brilliant dinner
given by tha Ducheaa of Rox-
Will I nan arara aaarchad before ' admittance 1 burcha in honor Af the PrtrtTa mrA Prln.
upon served ea an ash tray than anything oners pressed round and walked out
It' la else. If he chooses to wake the night Wth her as quietly as poaslble a few pp""
laon- echoea by singing songe and if hie minttia later. After that all tha wo- party1
ater chuma don't, oblect the aentnt - Will .... .aamha hfnra amlttano hnwh.
n U al- rather like it than otherwise, as It helps Ltut on)y for a day or two, whan the .... -a ara.u. ui la.. h.n . A
haa laid to keep him aweka aa he trampa up and borltlea forgo th incident . 0t Jl, f
it enjoy down the corridor outalde. So in thla xother 'mas Taeiped from tha same worda. -. Thie was a eonoaaeton to
Its heavy, hand In countries that enjoy down the corridor outalde. So In thla I inother roan escaped from tha aara I worda. This was a concession to tba
a far greater measurement of frea gov- room there la a certain amount of free- by , runnjntf racea with his j duke, whose objection to .having his own
ernmeoL. . ,
Btualaaa Good Vatnrad.
people the Russians are lethar-
ana gooa naturea. : Ana; with nota-
1 ' -'V A
6am, which the prlaonera use la . dlf
xereni waye. . . -,, , . . .. .-.
OamhUBT Is Frevaaent.
Tha thing that atHkea one tha'most
friends and leaping over tha wali when or w, wlfa'e name In print la a standing
tie axnentlona. of course, these sire tha I is the amount of (rambling that KPea on.
characteristics of most Russian off!-. ,n u Parte of th room are little kroups
ciala. They hat doing mora for their I or men trying 10 win lomnnim, u
pay-than tney nave got to ao. j For I if oniy ugurnm, 1"5".
the aentry waa busy calming a violent I. . . .
.hih hai aiiriiAniv arisen . Joka among his friends.
the other end of th yard. Though thai The unction waa on of tha most
aoldlera ran after him and there were brilliant tha haa taken plac in town
many people in ma aii-eeie m um uiu VTr. t., . .
nobodr troubled to aton him aad ha got looked ilka, aa orienUl princess, glitter-
off, a , few weeks later tha rovernor M"g n Jewela as aha waa from tha i crown
1! pitch and toae with a copper piece tha j hla own a lot of good after th heavy I t 1,1'' hVnA
L tsar'a head loses and the imperial aagle I prison atmoapbera. .v . , I !" , "scribed it, )alUvely bUnd-
'me , vrnilik atanBetarv Muaata.
I wins. Incredible as it may seem, so
way. ' The-applloatlon of thla aystem
seen to perfection in th Russian crl
one. The enforcement of rigid rules
nd therefor they are ; not enforced. ' .e h.d- ?n th2
TKa1,l..nma,ill..lrH- nr. valla I PaSSSd UlTOUgh ' half ttlt. MnUl IB the
in mnVu-h A-,rt.H ..n.i 1 room won at carda or pitch.
lions, and more or lesa in all eniight
nea-couninea. la unanown ia.uasian : r hir t Mrn.- Jt. Roma lnaenioua
o.en-r.nn;i has" improvlaed a . roulette,
.with keeping the prisoners within the
walls of tb JalL For th rest they
are allowed to do pretty much as they
piease. iney maae meir own ruiea
ha new s-oM dinner service which
Refractory nrisonara are deprived Of haa been esDSdallv dealamed and made
the dally exercise and of hay mattresses. I this year for the ducheaa waa used for
: i. -...j 1 a luxurr Tor ins ceil inniDiuoia xiui 1 1 na nrst time, it ia or onentaj nab
XSTZXJjM V,,. Punl.hm.nt h becom. so t.rn made, howler, in M;, and 'the
1 near lu Home 111 xbiiiuui i r v -. . . r -t ' 1 uuvuva .... uiv.bu .vm, v nvi
It they show their solidarity by break
worth seeing.: A square wooden stool,
which serves in tb prison ror a cnair.
la used as a table, . On it Is a prison
plate of enamel, turned upside down
famoua turquoise ornamenta with which
to Jewel it Thoee in a position to
irig doors, windows, ahuttera and stools. J judge and have seen the historic gold
dinner service at Windsor caatie ana
and reflation, and enforce them, to fiS wuahfy marked". ia"trt
tne extent or wnioting sever punisn- a9ntly with a hot iron or poker.- A
raents and sometimes even death, on j piM bone cut and polished aa well
obnoxloua comradea ; ' las a prlaon knife will allow, aervea aa
Totur Kea ia One Cell. . Ia needle or Indicator, which is spun
Even their enameled mugs and plattera
are sacrificed to the ood . causa and
pattered out lr an recognition.
Then tna soldiers have to be called
that belonging to Lady Navior-Ler-
land consider the Roxburgh, on mora
beautiful than either. The tables were
m. h..-k. ..- k.... . I around - bv the owner . in true Mont
auv ukiuvhivi mnw ua.,a. . v v.iuukwi. . . . . . i.i can mi nrn to.nnt
ar . due In the -main to overcrowdlmr. I uario atyi. i n gam ia rouowea wiiii 1 iMTiS Z .,.
Pk of.nlut'lorand thelr'ow dirty breathle -a latere but the lnventorwlll JtMdaTnS
" "".r .;rntlt 1 considered "tl
llan'1lbytt?-.l.rl1l6com decorated with palest mauve and blue
fta VMsumr ZZZr. r J ii tTJVZtZ. orchids which were sent especially rrom
tha troublesom OneBJ for all th piia- I moan Caatla for tha occaaion
.-.nsl aaa-ak itl1 sa AWateirl aibtI n aa rTV-. al. I -
tocr&tlo prUonerv that U. thoM who! Bowf of mom.
can afford tobrU th war3er Uv I A apcUl dresslnff room wu arranved
tro often aa erowdad aa I on tha around floor for tba prlncm
i.vii. w. wi -o.. I.. 1 irimir nrtna in it .ho nnvi not: cudp- i z -t ... --w wv..HVa vwhi vu w asa wea -vnvB v .we
wlnaror wlnge conU ning ths . cella and allowed. , , . ,, mor chance of eacape, as theiVar
i?SZi.w"SlSa,.V : h.'ti." "ri! . .I - n0."'. comrades to giv hints to th
r"-r . .: 1 Mave you arot anvinmr to ia.yr ne 1 inwiu . -
Ru7.Ta ifa0; nrn;kayUVrleUr,rnoiltrcai ch .wcner. "for you han t r Th. favorlU way of eph, fromth
anil oHminal that i,,n in tha amallaat 1 J"' can ciearuil ana not laieriera win ; . 1' 'Bia iunn
ana criminal, mat even in tna amaneaiif. . Wkan a mmi., I under the floor to hvonri tha nntairia
Thoaa who eZi ffiSwT'S rf.r a'tl. come, in V "gS T what 1. afootTh. too wait, Prtaoner. v it 1. mor exciting
ar sent to th larger cella: ft poorer takeaa nana at tne game ano. tries -"" .. n. nau niori
lllkk. 0Ufr a ia B HITIlVOU ffl WW I
age and can a take a cigarette if he I Xak Turns at -Tight,
th thing" to get into I One vary novel feature also greeted the
aueata. in tha conservatory
where the company partook of coffee
and liqueurs after dinner, mechanical
ones to the common rooms.
These last ar a eight to b aeen
Imagine a room such as I saw in a
prlaon I visited tha ether day, butlt to
accommodate 10 people, nut occupied
nlghtlngalea sang in suchperfect Imi
tation of th real birds that at first the
f rlncesa kald ah "was of th opinion
hat ah was listening to those at Sand-
rlngham." Th hoatess explained that
ah had Imported" theae artificial song
birds from Paris and had placed them
among th plants.
likes. --H is on th best terms with They take turns to die- at nit nafna- i'At. ?f "P11 rxipas)t of th .royal
hla charge and especially with those th lega oF their stooSi el? mum an! aesta Uiacheaa wlio la now aoknowl-
who hav a littl caah. On man Is "Sla'gSi. TttSmiSj ffin ? JS &
tnrina tn rari ht tha din nrovaa tort i. tw. J...7 tVL TTi. v5 a Scotland, tripped a Highland fling to
Energetic VJork in the Orient
tawaa-ai v a wvuiir aaMU ia4BS.wa via ' rmrvt a
f'sychology. , These were written in i
Ian in a good hand and a almpla.
atyle suoh aa any American college
migm D. proua
perfection. Thla being vigorously ap-
niauded. an rouowed ud witn a tscotcn
reel in which aha waa Joined by her
U ia fPk. .k.t .Vl.k ..... I . W.., w. ill. aa I . ' T . . .
ay. iu wwucii ni wiiivii lima niiiB iv ram, wi w tuuiinr uiey put mi earin tney nave auar ud
round tn wans is a Deq at nignt and much lor mm, and tossing away nis in their trousey pockets and behind their
a taoie dv aay ii is uiierea wun cnetrjaner. ha n&iia to a reonairea routn. ehirta mil ,mnt it n i .k.
n.nu .h. h... Mm. nr. h. I r " rr, M i " " i. . . - I . L. I: . . l husband. Thla entertainment being
rtihtto .1..0 on tha -half th-'lata? K.?-"S5t- Vi" Si" "5'""k ." J"" i"a'a'rn'ri"" "J,""PI?i0U?? quite Impromptu, no tartan plaids were
bnea have Tto TW content wlth th floor .u,:.u .h- '..xu JTr.'.'K C.."! JL,riv,t ,a"? available, but the hoateaa in her gor-
4i aV-a, a , mfc- I .!!- v a w w ativi.ww ouw a wuaw.-iw hw muiv mv uviv aa WtviVli l.f S D IVyVl Uf
111 hi lay aa savaila arasw ' A 11 V limu i ikiAlta-ia f II vita Aawtta Ar . AAwatiafl I ilinrniria1 trA awtealraa lAnl aa a.
wh'o'SaJnoV'affSrdS "SlTwW.SSn't l '' ?totMS WhlaWSprff
7,, "h.0.1 5 JWft 7oV'hSnnf -m. of th Idler, spinning. . . . l,WAf!"! through d
-: i . - . . . t . - . - . I it ,nr, aaa. na no muni nia in in, uuaiAa I mil r inrc in naaa Tna mi.m.
common roomav One man will accuse I Borne escape in a more daring way.
another of ehaatlnar or exDraaa nolltlcaJ I They sets th head warder whan ha
vlewa which dd not please some other mes rouna. -gag him, take away the
occupanvs o ui ruom, ana apvuna, pw aiiu aiwr upsning (OS aoors OI
tare an, tin muss fly about till a I other oells. march in a body to tha arataa
aentrv nuta hla head in th -door and I which ar generally ruarded by onlv two
Another is mendina- hia nether aar-lvowa ha will cool their breina'wlth the I men, rush them, take awsv their riflaa
ments with in remains or some- thread i butt or hie rule if . they ar not-quiet I ana marcn orx in triumph. Th sol-
he happened to nav in ma pocxet wnen I in th tentn part or a second, oen- I aiera win not rouow them unless an
arrested, ror ne is to go up ror trial erauy this threat has the right effect; I onicer nappena to come along and or-
tomorrow. ana neinar rainer nroua oriDut sometimes tn Drawl enaa in a aer wem to oecause tnev are too in.
tits personal appearar.ee. wishes to look ( tragedy. (different to care about half a dozen
hla beat. . He ia a member of a revolu-' Every day theae man go Into th prisoners out of th thousand or so they
uf wiiiuu ium waits.
Baoaped Vrlaomars Bold.
at noma, haa washed hla ahlrt in half
a pint of water begged from th aentry I
-and hung It out on th tall, white!
etova wnicn stands m on comer or tne
room, . . -. - --, -
Yokes la Ids Do now. , v
geous Jeweled draperiea and coronet
made a striking though certainly some
what incongruous figure performing
dances which for yeara were eaeentially
those or tne peasant classes.
uonsueio Duchess or Manchester naa
triumphed over Mr a. Potter Palmer,
having acquired possession of Egypt
House for the regatta at Cowea. The
combat between theae two American
woman for the acnulsltlon of tha smart
est house on th island waa flare and
bitter. But it is not much good for
any woman, even an American "mu-
llonajireas," to try to outrival King Ed
ward a oldest ana neat woman menu.
She la bound to succeed, whatever th
odds agatnat her. Nevertheleaa th
atruggla between th. ladles has V re
sulted in a "fancy price having to be
paid by Conauelo who is giving 16,000
or thereaboute for th house for a fortnight
Tha klna- and aueen with Princess
Victoria, are to dine with Conauelo dur
. "No" More Fear of the Dental Chair"
"Nor a High Dental BUT . ,
" . ' " ' y. ..... ,- . v 4 .. ... . r
: Hstying fitted up our- offi.ces with the
most modern appliances we are now;
doing xiental work at half, what , one
usually pays for first class work. ; (
FULL SET TEETH that fit. .35.00
GOLD CROWNS, 22-k
, BRIDGE TEETH
V . BJ J." i . WaW aBaW aaaw as, aasaitaa
NjKN SILVER FILLINGS , . ,50fV .
1 v Extractiprty Free :
--v- .. wnen - nates or unaere work are
; ordered. With- the latest equipment,
both mechanical and electrical, we are
now able to do all kinds of scientific
dental work. - - -
I ; A' 12Tyear guarantee with all ' work.
J ' . We do strictly as we adveriise. " Bank1
rl - reference, ,
vpen .evenings ana ounaays , '
ft Baa'.i! .ll-.'apa 'vvV-l'aa '' ' k- aa. ,a1 a '.''i'VK
the electro uental Parlors
303i Washiafllott SL,cor. of Fifih
E. AUSPLUNl D. D. S Mgr;
DR. WHITE DR. INGLES,
Escaned nrlaonera hava haan irnnwn
o waia Doiaiy into in nrst iikeiv hmiu
and obtain food and clothing. If they
are "politicals" neonle are aorrv fnr
them: If bandits, thev are ko afrnM nf
..ElJi w.u,a :lv tMm Byth,n Ing the comlni week. She has. aa usual,
wSlf1.. -.-aii" . "a. arranged, to "fall In" with th klngTa
- Th women ar reneraliv iranr in un. . a,.
"'K!0??.1 majesty having an aversion to the
M'anT.arnm'Ei ftoora at Egypt Hqus. and
i, k . i i; ; rj -rt '"a."' ane ia sending aown ner Lionoon oeco-
v...B "iuiiiui euos un; lor 1 ratnr tn mv inmn ta V tha hall, stair
case, dining and drawing-room of her
abode at Cowea. Ever since th king
had a few nasty slips on polished floors
he haa made it known to his friends
that if they desire his presence they
must carpel au parte in wnicn n ia
likely to tread. Conauelo alwaya takea
to Cowea her chef - from Grosvenor
square one of the pastmaatera of th
culinary art. Home or th biggeat hotels
in Lionaoivnave maoe overtures to him
with offers' of handsome aalariea. but
being loyal to hia distinguished mis
tress n has declined all advances say
ing. "Ah. but were I to ao to an hotel
I, should never have th honor of cook-
tner have been several marriages in
Prisona lately, some In ahon na
of th partlea la going' to be exiled and
wlahea to hav the benefit of a com.
S anion: othera when the man is con
emned to death and wants to give his
name io nia Deiovea neror ne perishes
for th cause." -Such marriages are
performed by a priest called in by the
f ftrtiea and in tha presence of one of
he higher orison officials, generally the
suvcrnor nimsen. wno mnkaa a n.
nt to the bride. A collection la also
ra auo ior ner amongst n prisoners and
many a little trinket haa hn v.nt in
uiomurjr vi long occaaion 8.1
SCad Counterfeit Koaey.
ThUS life goes on In the Rnl,n
prison, feopi arink vodka, play cards,
make love and marrv aa in tha wpm
ouisiae. tiui tome prisoners in Random
I hU upon aa novel a way of paasing th
I time and raising th wmo aa any. Thev
naa oeen raise monev coiners nni
meant to carry on their trade Inside
the prison. After a few daya they made
arrangemenis witn ; tne nead warder,
who agreed to bring the plant and pass
the coin when it was made.
Tne men had a cell to themselves and
were warned of th apnroach of tha
governor oy in waroer. who removed
all th Implements to his own quarters
when he saw danker a.haoA Th
vuinou jnouoy mr over bix months, and
might have been coining it today had
not tha warder's wife been arrested aa
she waa nasaine- soma of it in tha mar.
ket Nobody was so astonished aa tha
governor, who had not the slightest
idea that th aourloua monn whirh h,
been flooding the town for the last six
mvawu came irom pu own prison.
v. riant a Uyrtery.
How th plant waa imuniM into tna
building seems a mystery, but the whole
aystem or aurveuiance is so i that
aa a local wag said, the next thing they.
wuuiu in uujujf 111 iag prisons Will DO
making bomba and Drlntlna- ravointiAn.
ary literature. . v v
Buch a lax prison aystem reflects no
credit on the Russian government. But
It is far less discreditable than the sto
ries of horrors and atrocities which
nubllshed broadcast as tvnlcal tha
way Russian prisona are run. It ia only
lair mai in otner aide tne normal
Biae or Kussian prison lira snnuM ha
1 preaeniea. cruelty is not a - Russian
cnaracteriaiio, even among tn govern'
ing for the king."
'very one met durinar tha weak haa
Deen demanding u 11 is true that Win
ston Churchill haa won the matrimonial
prize of the aeason as represented in
the neautuui Margaret ta Drexel. daugh
ter of Mrs. Anthony Drexel. Margaretta
lias reignea supreme .ail tnrougn th
season and has com In for more atten
tion than any other American girl here.
Right and left ah haa faseinated and It
is estimated mat ane ha received of
fers of marriage at tha average rat of
seven a weeK cnrouraoui ina aeaaon. it
must not be forgotten that she Is one
Old Man's Spring.
From tha Westminster Oaaetta.
I "How can apring hold auaht for thee
. But fond regret?" said Youth to Atnv
"Soring is a day that was made for m.
1 . . . . .
anaiw viiHa vne Gup, ana in iryst
- mar wc", . .,, .
And the warm blood's heritage."
I Age smiled kindly, "Drain your toasts
And whirl your mgnt 1 an fanojrs
And kiss your aueen and elay your
Then call for ma to lay your ghosts
Ana snar wun you my spring: ,
Tor i aplrlt-sena then holds me fast
. xwixi new oi neav n ana old of
No moaning weird of a bygone past.
But the living souls of things that last
io prove mis wonai aweei wortn.
'It tells of cups no longer rlf
wub lees, oi a worx mat aagg no
. ware. :; i - - , ' .
Of love that knowa no passion's strife,
A tryst to keep 'neath the tree of life,
of th greatest American halraaaaa nt
the moment, but If half what la said
d true mis ract is out a secondary
uuuaitienii.iun wun ner wouia-De suitors
who stat were ah penniless she would
oe quite as precious to tnem. Her man
ners ar absolutely bewitching anm
twists men of all ages round her little
Would Be Frlme mnlster.
For soma tlma it haa haan nnHfaA
that Winston Churchill haa. a. w aav
In England, been trvinsr to "hane un hia
uai - at me urexei a. tie certainly naa
received some encouragement from tha
ramiiv ana nas Deen with them a a-reat i
deal. One day he asplrea to prim mln-1
later of England, so that the smartest
neiress or tne season might do worse
than accent him. Being ambitious her.
self thla fact, no doubt, carries weight
with it Money would not come amiss
10 Winston, wno is oy no means well
off. He works as hard as moat men
ror a rew tnesuajid pounda a year a
.very email s) 4 to keep a man of
nis aspirationsveind ma small but emin
ently smart establishment in Bolton I
start one or tne prettiest and most
perfectly appointed houses in London
for its size.
The marriage of. Lady Cunard'a dVugh-
ier ana in xion. ttODen urosvenor will
in pi ace eariy in tne autumn, in a
telesram conaratulatlnar tha hrida-alet
PrtndAB. flllBlavlia nr Dnr.il.n 4h.
daughter of the . Duke and bucheas of
uonnaugnt, states mat ane intended to
come to th wedding. Lady Cunard,
who has a genius for entertaining and
haa been on of th foremost American
hostesses of th season, intends to mak
the. wedding a brilliant affair, .and th
Driae a trousseau win d gorgeous, un
well-known R. A. has offered to deala-n
the wedding gown, which is to be of the
picture order, while the lace Is to be
mad in Ireland, mere will b a erest
bevy of American girla in the bride's
train, among others Jean Reld. Clare
jpTewen ana eua ragei, juaay ragerg
Aa everyone knows, th hrlderronm.
elect will on day ba Lord Eburv- and
a very rich man.
High Time to Be Cantlons.
From Harper's WeekTyt
Ha So you inslat in breakina off tha
. She Most decidedly. What do ' you
take m forf
Ha Oh. about 40. Better think It
tn cannot bop for much mor than
to mak one's mark and die." To this
wall of Herbert Bpencer hi friend Hux
ley gave' tha ' energetlo reply. 'Never
mind about th mark; It is enough it
one can alv a nuah."
Thla anacdot Is recalled by tha ln
terestlng story of ow an American n
terprise Is bains; pushed In th ancient
city of Tarsus, . in bom of th apostl
Paul. A few years ago money was given
by th fat CoL Elliott F. Bhepard of
New Tork to start aa academy or nigh
school In Tarsus, which would furnish
th advantages of a Christian education
Jo th young tnn of that region, . and
prepar them to b useful eltlsena of tn
Ottoman empire. The school received
th appropriate nam of Bt Paul'a Inatl
tut, and in 1901 was formally trans
ferred to th American Board, th for
lgn missionary aurenoy of tb congre
gational church In America. A party
or tourists who visited th school not
long ago spoke particularly of a class
in trigonometry, taugnt oy miss n-uia-
of tb United Btatea Supreme court,
and of some examination - papers In
of iiandlng to his
taacher. - j .:':..
riv language ar taugnt-ungiisn.
rTcncn. Turtun. ureex ana Armenian.
Th man who cannot speak at least three
of these langusges In Turkey Is greatly
nanaioappeo. - in pupus numoor aooui
K0, many of whom ar orphans from
th Armenian maaseorea.
Th Quality of manhood In thea rel-
lowa is shown by tb way they ar help.
Ing In tha erection of some new build
in aa. Th original auartera became
wholly inadequate and last autumn ma
teriala tor a new hall war brought to
tha camnua ' Owlna- to tha danaar of
arrest and imprisonment If they ven
tured out. tne workmen were obiired to
remain day and night upon th prem
ises. So tney occupied the dormitories
and elaas rooms, while th student
slept in tents and recited out of doors.
Thanks to President Roosevelt and Am
bassador Lelshman. restrictions, hay
sine been removed.' bat for weeks a
guard stood at th gat to, protect
the workmen busy Inside. (
Anotner oirncuity was to racn a
good aolld foundation, for modern Tar
sus standa on ton of tha ruina of sev
eral ancient cities. The students them
selves took hold of th. digging with
a wilt They cam to many an ancient
wall, to fragmenta of marble pillars, to
water pipes, water jars, old lamps.
Oreek and Roman bricka,- human skele
tons, a rerr ancient coins and other rel
ics of long vanished peoplea. It was a
great laDor to oreax tne nig stones to
?ices and haul them and th earth up
o th surfac In baaketa by rone and
pulley, then to carry th baskets to
some distance and empty them. But
nothing could damp the energy of th
brave workers. Tney thought of th
building that was to be, and cheered
on each other to the work with eon a
and laughter. They were not ambitious
to mak a mark but simply to "give a
Vi a J
RESTOnHD CIIAY IIAU
loiLa NATURAL COLOI!.
Stor its falling oat. and positire.
It remoTei Dandruff. Keeps hair
lous poaltlon. Mamorlea of thsa x toft ' and glOSST. 001 OJC.
mnteed peneeuy pr. t
m.n. u.a r.. Newark. N. J.
50o. bpttles. U amlta
puah. Tat from this school may yet
com som young Baul who will mak
as deep an Impression upon Asia Minor
aa did hla prototype whoa boyhood was
spent in this earn city. .
Th man at tha head of this enter
rrlae, Thomas Davidson Christie, dis
Ingulshed himself during our civil war
by taking many a difficult "measag to
Garcia." He waa with Bherman on his
march to tha aea, and waa hit three
tlmea in battle. One h rod day and
nignt to aav a reglmant from a per
ilous Position. Memories of theaa ex
ploits were revived during the days .,f,.,(f n-rfrCtlr DUfe,
when his boys in Tarsus were dla-alng Gomnteea periccuv ju.i
for th foundatlone of their new school
building. On night in particular 0 of
them volunteered to work all night, in
order to be ready for the masons th
next morning. . By th light of candle
they went down into th deep, dark pita
with pickax, aledk-hammer and ahoveL
. "It was a weird and inspiring scan'
said Dr. Chrlstta,t "reminding an old
soldier of many a similar one fct Vlcks
burg and Atlanta, onlv tha work of
digging ther was not helped by th
lia-ht of even a candle "
For thirty yeara he has been hard at I
work In - Turkey training boys . and
young men for live of usefulness. One I
graduate ia instructor in tne enerneia
scientific school at Tale, but the ma-
lttllfiSS Did It Last Week and Will
misineas men. ins great purpose oil
th school is to qualify men to render
th beat service to th various races of I
Asia Minor. A sign of th world-wide
Interest in Bt. Paul's institute la the
fact that it was visited not long ago
211 FIRST ST.
Do It Again Thla Week
Please Our Patrons
by Dr. Meyers of Cincinnati, the erol
nent historian, who aav an address oi
th significant subject, "The parliament I ulehlnga, ail t b sold at our
With a grand assortment of high-grade,
medium : and miscellaneous houaef ur
of Man. th Federation of th World.
Dr. Christie - has received degrees
from th University of New Tork and
from Aberdeen. He la a typical mis
sionary, a fair Sample of the sort of
men who represent th Congregational
church of tha United Stat la foralsn
land a -
Auction Sales ' ;
aiuuarj, lair aawpm oi iu uri vi I arC m aw. ' . '
men who represent th Congregational I Tuesdays and Thursday at 10
m. and Fnaara at 2 p. m. ,
Second-hand Btov.. Buy "from us
WHT DON'T TOUT Th goods ar per
fect and clean, lust th earn aa new
for leas than half th money. ,
Don't Come to Buy
But Just to see how w conduct our
AUCTION1 8 ALE 3. We hav pianos.
Organs, Davenport-, Gondola Daven
ports, Refrigerator Extension Tablea,
Buffets, Sideboaris, - Dining Chalrs
Photograph of Hindu Woman.
From th Shanghai Mercury.
Th curious fat of a - nhotorranh I
tagen in tn muis during tn late fac
tory commission comes from Bombay.
It contained a party of three Hindu
women who cult underatood th tak
ing of a picture and cfem with alac
rity area sea m their best; they were
taken tn a group with several Moham
Alaal Th canons of decorum were I rtocnera or au kinds, beat Steel Ranges,
broken. When th photograph appeared I Beds of every description. Lac ear
th lurking objections of cast, took I tainsy rortierav carpets, Offlo and
concrete anap. The Shameless . ones I owmwm m uuiiuxa, tu, eta.
were Doycotied, no on would go near
them, other women would not allow
them to go to th sam wells for
water, stall holders and ahona refused
their wares. W only sell trash at auction. Som
Finally tha Injured women petitioned I or th finest goods In h city ar Bac
on ox in agenta or tn miu to-appiyi nnoea in our auction salesrooms at in
to - in government ior in return or i irsi avroou
th negative. Thla was don, th of
fending negative was handed to th
husbands of th women and was Im
mediately dashed ' to pieces. .
- "The Patriotic association of Labor
Unions" haa been formed in Hamburg,
Germany, to oppose socialists . In the
labor movement In that country.
We Buy More
We Sell More
We Pay More
ill I l uv' yniiaruio
$ urn im$tef.
For any kind of furniture 'or merchan
dise than any other house in th city.
The Portland Auction Co.
Fkoass Ms ha Beoo, A-41SL
A Startling Confession
Say, Jim, did yon ever really tn& truly think; did yon ever hold a
camp meeting with yourself to"find our how really selfish and mean
you are? I do sometimes, and it makes me almost ashamed of my
self. Did you ever figure out this insane, wild scramble for the
"MIGHTY DOLLAR," how. siUy it all really is? Don't you wish
that you and I and everybody else were ON THE SQUARE? That
the DOLLAR only counted for a medium of exchange, and that love,
charity and homely honesty were collateral at the bank? ,1 do, and I
firmly believe you do, too. Jim, the whole proposition is more or
less a LEMON. It is sour becaues you and I make it so. You are
after my DOLLAR and I am after yours, and the devil is after both
of us. We will cut no figure one hundred years hence, only so far
as we have helped some other fellow to live, laugh and love. We
dont count for much, but if we try hard we might leave a record
that might count for considerable. Dave Harum said: "If you get
a dollar, put it in tO VOU. Or on to WOU. aa soon aa nnir.la Wa im
here today and gone tomorrow. We- are a long time dead, and there
are no pockets in a shroud." I will add to the above quotation:
Divide the dollar with some one who needs it more than you or I:
it may dosome good. The good we do is ail that counts (or any
thing in this world." I have had twenty-five years' experience in
Portland, have quit chasing any dollar that I don't need to support
my family, and noW dividine with the fellow that needs them mora
than I do. You may think that I am attempting to convert you to
my way of thinking about the dollar. Not on your life, Jim I I am
only trying hard to fasten forever in your memory the name of W.
M. Killingswortb, and that he is in the real estate business, a firm
believer in Portland, and Walnut Park property, also in all lands lo
cated between the rivers. There never was, and probably will never
be, ads more closely read than are mine, because I am not afraid to
always tell the truth. X am after your dollar, and I expect to give
you full value for that dollar, otherwise I would soon be out of bud-
ness. As stated, for twenty-five years I have conducted in Portland
a successful real estate business. My knowledge is valuable; as.
proof, I have made far more coin for my numerous nstomers than
for myself. Every investor will be benefited by my advice.: I need
you in my business, and you need me. I can save you a few dollars,
and make a few for myself. Come to my office and talk it over.; Life'
is short; you cannot afford to make mistakes. I am prepared to give
experienced counsel in my line of business. I have a deal on now;
one of great merit. Come, don't be afraid to know all about it Call on
W. M KILUNGSWORTII
323 CHAUCER OF COUUERCE
rtczs tlrla 4S57
; TTTESDAT VXXT At
Baker's Auction Douse
. Corner jjd and rrk Sta,
lffra. & ' Trovlfah baa inatrnntaA 11 a
to sell th almost new furnlahlnn re
moved from her residence on East Ank
eny st- comprising elegant DININO
! ROOM SUITE, via.. PEDESTAL TABLE. .
BUFFET CHAIRS, Cabinet and Box-seat
Chairs (lri genuine leather seats) and
polished quarter-sawed: oak; Body Brus
sels Rug, 14x15; Parlor Lounges, Cen
ter Tablea. ' Rockers. Oak Combination
Bookcase and Desk. Wardrobe Daven. ,
port, can be used for bed at night- Oil
ranting, lac curtains, ikon BEDS, .
I Spring Mattreaaes and Feather Pillows,
oiruaey axapia rnirnjuMa UKtasKK,
other Dressers , In oak, . Chiffoniers,
Comforters, Bedroom Rooters and Brus
sels carpets, Cooketov with water back.
Refrigerator. Kitohen Treasure and
other effect. Also at this time we shall
sellpart furnishings of flat, including
nuuu bla. x jam o njr 'rAULis, xjining
room chairs, two Iron Beds, Springs and
Mattresses, separata Dressers, Carpets
and other effects. , .'...'-ilV,..v
Parties furnishing , will do . well to
attend these sales, as w handle nothing
but - good, clean, - up-to-date furniture.
W hav furnished soma of th beat
house in this city at a great saving
to tha purchasers.' We shall be glad to
hav you call and Inspect . th goods
displayed for this sale. W have re
ceived - many good compliments from
eastern peopl as to the appearance of
our salesrooms, also the bualneaallk .
methods w us tn conducting our auc- -
tlona. On view tomorrow (Monday).
81 TUESDAY at 10 o'clock, prompt.
On Thursday Next
We hold our regular weekly sal for
varloua consignors. If you havo any
surplus furniture that , ia clean and
serviceable, aend It in s on Wednesday
so that it may be properly displayed
to bring best reaulta. . Bal at Iff o'clock,
BAXSS BoW, AT0TX0HXX1U.
Office and Salesrooms IS1-4 Alder St
J. T. WILSON, Auctlonier
Monday. Wednesday, Friday
At Salesroom, 208 First $U at
10a.m. ' : ' ' ,
Wo -ar advised to sell at auction
sal on th daya mentioned all the varl
oua consignments from different narta
of th city, comprising tha htgh-grado
class of house furnishings, also the lea
expensive grades of parlor and dining
room furniture. A Tine annortmanr nt
bedroom effects, several different styles
folding beds, Morris chairs, wall decora
tions, hangings, gaa stoves, steel rano-aa
and cookstoves, carpets, rug and line,
oleum, dlahea and cooking utensils, etc
TUESDAY'S SALE "..
Groceries, Cigars, Provisions, etc.
at Salesroom, 203 First St., at
10 a. m.
Our lat-st conelgnmeft comprises a
Stock Of FRESH GROCERIES, removed
to our salesroom for disposal on account
of "EXORBITANT RKNT." Hou-ku-era
will find on sale this day all th
leading brands of claara and tobacro.
canned frulta, cereals, vegetables, mrufi,
fish - oIIb, and salad dressing, hmi; i
food a, coffee, tea, spiers, extracts "i
all other lines of atapl groceriv -;
N. B. In vlW Of th prevatMn? '
pric Of living th--economical '
keepers Will find it profUti '
this sal. Remember the um -Tuesday,
August 13, at 10 - '
Not W want all th t-"-
turea, to w fn secti- f
trade. If VOU h ive arr. ;
'call up Main IS" or ' ;
spot cash for anything --''
Ana uoa i gooa neriiage, -
' ' VauUer Qoldlng.
over: It may b your last chanca, -