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-J..::AL. PORTLAND, SUNDAY MOlliai.G. AUGUST 13,
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, . , , SCENES, OX LADIES' DAY AT Till. POIll'LAND FUBLIC BATIIS ..
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liO;,;E!l ENJOY " ''' : 10 MAKE CHEESE
PUBLIC DA7IFS III OPEII STREETS
Beginners Make Rapid Prog
gress Much Tun Among
-Th "WUlamatU bu rlpplad alone al
Jurinrly bfor th ayes of tha woman
. and (irla of Portland for many yeara,
: and whlla aoma of those who war rood
avlmmara hara found thalr way to Bun-
dy'a and hara tfiera found tha enjoy
mant of -.porting- In the water. It u
, .not until tha public bathe were estab
' llshed th-tt tha sport wae put within the
reach of alL - During the early after
noons the boya disport themselves, but
after they have been dismissed on Wed
nesday afternoons tha big swimming
1 tank at the approach to the Madlson-
street bridge-is apento,' woman, and
many are testing; the pleasant buoyancy
of the water.
Most of those who ire are timid and
' unused to the sport, and they feel their
' way cautiously and many are the
squeals of dismay when the beginner
Itads that, like Jackanapes Jthe pqnd
wouldn't hold htm." It requires but a
'. little practice, however, before the no
vice catches the art of trusting to the
buoyancy of the water, learns to lie out
.. and not to try to keep from getting; her
nose wet. - .
Borne become really good -aVlmmers In
a few weeks' practloe, and all gain
' something of confidence and learn ; to
'. keep afloat. . ' .
4 Another difficulty'" that the beginner
i encounters Is that It seems such hard
work; but that is because she has not
learned to breathe properly and because
she tries to shorten np the etroke (ear
Ing that she will go down before she
can get the next stroke In. j '
v for all these the water "wlnri ar
greatly la favor and are Tn oat valuable,
' giving confidence and helping to a cor
' rect position la 'the water. ' Whether
they learn to swim or not, however, the
'' girls and the women who -ro are having
.' a good time and are (lndlng-a pleasant
means of exercise during the bot day a
-.VI Queen Mary's noose for Sale.''
From the London Daily JJews. -From
time to time most Interesting
' - hlatorlcal relics oome before the public
through the medium of the.auctloneerjJ
The latest example or this Is yueen
Mary's house In Jedburgh and some old
tapestry which It has contained.
Jedburgh, according to Mr. James Tate,
hd a strong castle at the highest part
of the town, end some of the mansions
were In the form of baatlle houses, the
. defensive character being requisite as
a protection . against English Invaders.
Of these houses the most Interesting
specimen now remaining Is one In which
Queen Mary lay slrk for some time
after her ride of fifty miles over moor
and moss to visit Doth we 11 at Hermlt
sge castle, where he had been wounded
by the banditti of Ltddesdale. It Is this
house for which offers are being Invited.
The bed occupied by the queen at the
time of her Illness is now at Abbot-ford,
.having been presented to 6lr- Walter
Bcott. Ths tapestry which covered the
walls of the room Is said to haw been
worked, by the court ladlee while they
waited fortbe recovery of their, sov
ereign. '- ..v
v A Trust Case,
"Do yon refuse to answer
ground that you . might
I'M leave that to tne court.
tol,rie truth' I'd ret a year.
a year. The
n. at least ten
nothing but theeruth' would
irhole TfcittV would me
years, and T
be life sura1
Rn thuT rata4 him as immune and
railed a witness who knew nothing of
WOULD REGULATE TRADE
TO AVOID DELAY OF CARS
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Dirersion .Transit Shipments TUs Will Be in Bet- ,
r tef Position txi DeliTer Fiients to Purchasers. -
For the purpose of lessening- the ' e i
mand for frelgnt -cars as much as pos.
slble, members Of the Oregdn'eV Wash
ington) Lumber . Manufacturers' associa
tion yesterday decided to discourage
whenever possible the practise of diver
sion transit shipments.. Tnls.' It was
said, would assist the- railroads mate
rially In supplying-cars for mills-having
made actual sales to customers. It
was 'admitted- that diversion transit
shipment have drawn heavily upon tha
car supply to the Injury- of what Is
termed legitimate trade.. - - -
' riaia to X. amber peeler.'; ''
' 'Transit shipments to a lumber dealer
are plain as A. B, C because they have
had to contend -with a great . deal . of
that sort of. business of late, but for
the benefit of the- average, reader It
might be explained that it meane'that a
broker, for Instance, buys a -carload of
lumber and orders It shipped to a cer
tain destination. He has no buyer for
the same but when tha car Is started he
secures the number and sends notices
broadcast ahead to yards along the va
rious routes that such a car Is about to
arrive and that the contents are for
Occasionally the carload Is picked np
readily,- but at times It may have to
travel a long; distance before a purchaser
Is found. This Is said to tie up the cars
much longer than would the eventual
buyer be required to send In his order
when desiring to buy, and then have the
material delivered directly from the mill
favored with the order. -
The decision- was -reached at the
semi-annual meeting by the association
yesterdsy sfternoon In the committee
rooms of the chamber of commerce.
Some discussion was offered but It was
eventually agreed that the transit ship
ments not only tie up a large number of
oars but alee frequently prove instru
mental rh causing sensational breaks In
the market , i-
, . , ' lUpaMtf Bloekec,' '
' The Denver break that oocurred re
cently has been attributed .largely to
the diversion ' of transit shipments In
that a large number of shipments were
blocked there simultaneously. It was
said that the railroads had been desirous
for some time to put a check to the
riractloe'but that they had been unable
o furnish a good reason for doing so.
Now the mlllmen propose to And a rem
edy - themselves by declining to make
shipments unlees It Is known that they
are for bona fide purchasers.' Hereto
fore actual purchasers have been com
pelled to wait for weeks for shipments
while transit carloads have been stand
ing on the tracks waiting for a buyer.
Tte abolishment of the transit ship
ment. If It ean be brought about, will
affect the lumber brokers 'to a certain
extent In that most of these shipments
have been handled through them but the
lumber manufacturers say that It Is
quite necessary that this be dona in
order to relieve the heavy demand for
cars for what they term legitimate bus
iness. Frequently, so It has been said,
cars loaded - with - lumber would be
started out for a certain destination and
then be sold and diverted to another
folnt perhaps far from its original des
lnatlon. This would cause delay, and
with many such deals on a shortage of
ears. - !'
The meeting yesterday afternoon was
the best attended since the association
was organised two years ago, members
from. all over -the state being present.
Among other proposals of Importance
discussed, was one to have a represent
ative exhibit of sawmill products at the
irrigation congress to be held at Sacra
mento, California, from September I to
7. A committee has the matter in charge
and it-wea stated by Chairman Samuel
Connell that one of the most complete
TWO ME EMI
This Is Ihc Policy of Portland's Best Shoe
Store :: :-: : :
At the end of each and every season we dose out all
' remaining stock at greatly reduced, prices, so as not
to carry them over an entire year, and also for. the
' purpose of making room for the NEW SEASON'S
: purchases. ;-,''"-V' v' 'w v;' ,'
This insures to our customers a .
new and up-tD-date stock to se
lect from each day of the. year.
Attend Oar Sde II Yon Are Lobbing " for
Genuine Shoe Bnrflnins : : : : : :
collections of Oregon and Washington
woods will be exhibited there. -
JTrelfM Sates Discussed.
A sreat deal of the time of ths meet
lng was devoted to discussing the pro
posed freight rate advanoe on ship
ments east of the Rocky mountains and
the prevailing opinion seemed to be that
the proposed rate would drive the Pa
olfio coast mills out of a field that
means practically lire or aeatn to a
large number of the mills. President
Buehaer stated after the close of the
meeting that the association will take
tne matter up wun me iniersiaie com'
meroe commission as soon as the rail
roads have Issued their new tariff, since
It appears at present that the railroad
neoula have not displayed any Intention
of reconsidering their decision to add
ltfut 11 to the frelaht on every thou
eand feet of lumber shipped east of the
Kockuts. ' Ii
Those -7fc Dined.
Amnnar those who attended tha meet
Ing yestsrday afternoon were: J. H.
Chambers, Cottage Qrove; H. F. nsner.l
Brown Lumber company. Cottage Qrove
W. C Klatt. Ooldendale; Eugene Com I
Ins, Oregon City: remoni avereii.
Rherldan: R J. V. Thurston. Crawfords-
ville; IX R. l.lnn,.Crawlordsvllle: H. H.
Tarbell. warren; u. a. uruwora, iu
City; John Conselman, Sherwood; wll-
lard Case. Ralnleri f reo t iscner, star-
cola, J. T. Williams, Union Lumber com
pany, nan r raucisooj i nwuwnrw.
Cottage drove; Qeorge Oerllnger, Dal
las: A. C. Dixon. Eugene; 1a J. .Went-
worth, Portland , W. B. - Mackay. Port
land, B. B. Cobb, Portland: Maurice Mo
Klbben, Cottage Grove; R. A. Cowden,
SUverton; B. C. MUea. Kewberg; W. H.
Kenney, Leona: IX H.r Wiggins. Van
couver; W. D. fclne. Rainier: a 8. Ew
ing. Philomath; O. U. Clark, Lino ton; A.
M. Hagen, Portland; George W. Johnson,
Portland; E. a Collins. Ostrander,
Wash.: F. O. Knapp, Portland: Jw.H.
Dempsey, Portland; K. D. Klngsley, Brl
m.i Xtl: N FL Arra. St Johns: F D,
Vincent, Mlddleton; F, M. Berchman,
noin- T. McCroskev. CaDS Horn: W.
T- .Ors. Jfalls Cltv ; C W. Brlgge, Brl-
aai veu; in. r. " ,,
ConnelL Portland; George B. Maxwell,
. Clifford Cunningham, residing at 1101
Flsk avenue, and employed at. ths Pe
ninsular Lumber company's mill, was
the victim of an accident yesterday af
ternoon, which resulted In tha loos ef
his left hand. Cunningham wae en
gaged In operating a planer when in
some mannsr his fingers were drawn
Into the machine and before the power
could be shut off his left hand had
been torn to ahreda. The Injured man
was removed to the Good Samaritan
hospital, where the surgeons amputated
the remaining portion of the hand
above the wr"st Although In a critical
condition from the shock and loss of
blood. 'It Is thought Cunningham will
reoover. . v f. ---
Louts H. Kantta, proprietor ef ths
moving picture concern on Washington
street near Thirteenth, was arrested
v. r w Mtn last nlaht on
warrant for violating ordinance No.
miO, providing that electrlo pianos i or
phonorrsphs must not be played sftar
t .?Mc: rhi t the first violation
m. tha ordinance since Its passage last
week. m. E. Foley, who lives In
Tillamook Factories Will
Royally Entertain Vis- ;
itors to Carniyal. ;
SPECIAL BOAT TO BUN
ONE DAY FE0M HEBE
Honagetnent Will Endeavor to Show
County's Splendid Dairying Indus
try and Timber Resources in Ef
fort to Attract Immigration.
A cheese-making demonstration mads
of tha li cheese fabtorles of Tillamook
county, wlU be one f tha features of
ths carnival and fair to bo given at
TUlamook City. ugust tt to 14 inclu
sive. The management Is making a suo-
oessful effort to interest Portland people
and a large attendance la expected from
this city. , ; "
w V. nhaffer. chairman ef ths recep
tion committee, is making extraordinary
..r.r...m.nt. tar nttlns- Portland Vlsi-
. . . . . . i i . . 1 1 1
tors to i niamooK. jk. sieuiau t- w,
probably be run direct from this port to
Tillamook for at least one day of the
hir ft la aa Id Tillamook oounty people
are master hands In orgalnslng and
conducting a fair. They will have a one
exhibit of livestock. There will be
demonstrations of patent cow-mllklng
machines, and other dairying and cheese-
Tillamook oounty. so long out ' oft
from Portland by the almost Impassa-
bUlty of mountain roads, wut soon be
come one of this city's nearest neigh
bors through completion of the Paclno
Railway St Navigation company's line,
a a-a,t iniMtui to Immisratlon and
development Is expected to follow, and
tha oounty will, within a few years, be
changed from Its present sparsely set
tled condition to one ef ; active Culti
vation and prosperity and extensive de
velopment of the lumner inausiry.i
., XeavOy Timbered Osanty. ,
Tillamook is one of the most heavily
timbered counties on the coast It Is
aatimatt that there-are 15,000.000,000
feet of standing merchantable timber
t-iHiitar-a- ta Tillamook bay. on the Mi
ami. Kelchls, Wilson, Trask and Tilla
mook rtrs, all of them logging streams
emptying Into the bay. On the Nehalem,
i,. tha. nnrth nort of the. county, there
are xO.000,000,000 mora feet Many of
these forest monarchs measure 1 ana
to feel in girth, and are free from limbs
for the rst 160 feet from the ground.
The county wherever areas are par
ticularly clear le lergely devoted to
stock and dairying. The principal pro
duct is hay, and this ration supports
the livestock industry with such suc
cess that the farmers are financially in
dependent although far, removed from
kitchen ha said. "Wall. Itarthn. how's
that range dolngT" - .
rr--. m. .hm Annaternatlon She re-
nlled "Deed. sir. that's the beat, stove
I ever did see. That Are what you
kindled for. me four days sgo Is still a
burnlnc and It han't sven lowered
onca" i '
Tuesday, tha th, will be tha last
day to receive discount on east Bids
' Metiger A Oo opticians. XI Wash.,
vicinity, swore i to the complaint, iif
nits nut up III ball and will appear for
a hearing berore juage wmw.-
row. . , -i - - - -Y
Jack Oatman, a 17-year-old lad. ra
sldlng at T EastXTwenty-slxth street,
Is being held at the city prison upon
orders of Judge Fraser of the juvenile
court pending the result of the Injuries
sustained by Fred Relnsecker, who was
struck on Che head with a rock at m
charivari party at the home of K rnst
pape. 1004 Clinton street last Wed nes
day night Oatman admits having
hurled the missile end will
swer ta the Juvenile court for. his. of
fense, i tffctnsecker Is under ths care of
Dr. Hickman and. although developing
symptoms of concussion of the brain,
la reported to be improving.. .
- A Steady Fire. . ; ;
- From Llpplncbtfi.
During the dlscuslon of the Madden
bill for cheaper gas. Congressman ie-
rnre tola tne ronowmg irr i v"'
he had once brought from home with
hlm. Bhe was a splendid servant but
she didn't know anything about aa i to
cook with, so he went to the kitchen
with her to exnlsln about the ran Re.
Ho that she could see how It wss op--
erated he lit each of the many burn
ers. While still expininma a mwn
called him from the kitchen and he left
her savins. "I rueas you will And that
i. -m wnak all riant now. Martha."
He didn't see the cook sgnln for four
;Z-;--..--------;--i-s-4 or five days, then upon entering
nits put ur
When Plates or Bridges
I ''..'.'.Are Ordered '
All Work at Half Price for a
short time to introduce the .
"Dectro Painless System"
Tall Set, Uat fit.. ,...-?5.00
Gold Crcwna, 22-k.....83.
Bridge Teeth, 22-k ....S3.50
Gold Fillings ........ .$1.00
Silver FilUngs 50
Guaranteed for 10 VeorSv
Open Eveninr:- '
303, Washington St., cor. 5th,
Oppcite Clds & Kind's.
Lipman-yolfe's "Owl" Cut-Rate Drug Store
revolutionized the drug business in Portland.
The "Owl" Drug Store has brought to Portland
the lowest drug prices'ever known, full and honest
measure, absolutely pure drugs and a square deal
all around. Our great success shows that it is the
During these two years we have been fought bit
terly by the druggists of Portland, who have com
bined to prevent wholesalers from selling goods to
us and who have annoyed us maliciously. ?
The Druggists' Association has recently asked
the City Council to amend the anti-trust law so as
to exempt .the Druggists' Association. We re-1
print the following from the Oregonian: ;
They asked that the ordinance be amended to prevent any patent
medicine or preparation being sold for a sum leas than the price
marked on the wrapper. This request was made, they said, for the
purpose of prohibiting large department stores from cutting prices
on various articles and drugs far below the wholesale cost merely
for advertising purposes. They said that in order to protect them
selves against such illegitimate business methods the druggists had
to combine to prevent wholesale dealers selling to those who per
sisted in cutting prices. V": ,' " ; .' i '
One of the members of the Drug Trust said: : "We wish you to
set a standard price for HI articles on "which ihe mannfaenrer "
have stamped a price, and thus prevent these cut-rate stores from
under-selling us. Several of these large firms sell these goods for
less than we can purchase them from the manufacturer."
'. Deputy District Attorney Fitzgerald said he believed the ordU r
nance provided that all combinations in restraint of trade should be
unlawful. He did not believe, however, that a law could be passed
to prohibit an individual from fixing any price on an article, unless
be did so as the result of an agreement with others.
Pstent medicines were assailed by Councilman Baker, who said
the request of the druggists for a fixed price for such article
. should prevail. : ' " ' '
On the ground that the ordinance prohibited the fixing of a
standard price, the petition of tha druggists wsa denied. , a
We still sell all the Drugs, Standard Remedies
and Toilet Articles at ' the lowest CUT-RATE
'prices in Oregon..;' ' ',-.. ' -;,"'',; ;V
These are the Wad ef CUT-BATS pitees faat sv aaaas as famoma
good fos Monday osoyi ; . t, , .... ;.
' tSo Hire's Root Beer Extract. Owl eat rats .................... .1S
Uo Hydrogen Peroxide, Owl out rate ....19
too Hydrogen Peroxide, Owl out rats 35
"10 Bromo Seltser, Owl cut rate 6e
tits fianltol Liquid, Owl cut rate 184
H-il. IS hand-drawn bristle Hair Brushes, roeewood and ebony
a backs .............. ........... ......4H4
TSo extra long Bath Brash, cut rate ..i........b9
50c California Syrup of Figs, only . . 39c
35c Genuine Castoria, Owl Cut Rate . 19c
50c Welch's Grape Juices
50c Bromo Seltzer,
50c Wyeth! Vichy Salts,
25c ApcnU Water,
10c Tkg. Lpsom Salts,
Linseed On. Owl out rata, pint
Insect Powder, H -pound pag.. Owl out rata ,
lto pkg. Lavender Flowers, Owt out rats .
IBs pkg. Pe. Mustard, Owl out rats
lto pkg. Whits Mustard Seed. Owl out rate .
16o pkg. Po. Jamaica Olnger. Owl sat rate .
Po. Orris Boot, H -pound pkg ,i
Boraxo, for the hatn, can
16s bottlo Boee Water, Owl sut rate ...
ii. hotti Castor OIL Owl eat rata
S6o Com'p Catharuo nus, uwi en. ram ...
16o pkg. Preo. Chalk. Owl sut rats
10c Blue Jay Corn blasters, Cut-Rate . 6c
$1.00 Danderine, Owl Cut-Rate . . . 69c
50c 3-rain Qainine Pills, " . . . 29c
50c Wyeths Lithia Tablets, M . , 36c
$1 Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient, ' . . . 69c
25c Silver Polishing Cloth, 1c
50c Wisdom's Robcrtine, " . .'. 29c
0a Cammelltns Liquid Powder, Owl cut rate ". ,
Satin Skin Cream. Owl cut rate ,
Pompellan Maasago Cream, Owl cut rata . ....
Daggert tt Bamsdell's Cream, Owl out rata , . ,
11.00 Peruna, uvi out rai
60s Swamp Boot, Owl cut rate...'...
fl.00 Beef, Iron and Wine, cut rats
tin Hunyadl Water, Owl out rate . .
lto Bed Raven Splits. Owl out rata ..........
IBo Jayne's Vermifuge, Owt out rata .........
lto large else Bath Sponge, eat rata..
ISO Bent to! and Sosoflont Paste .
... V. . , YAaA Swt .... - .
XDO punwuiit Kmmwt v w i vuv l ............ i
6o Mandrake Liver Pills, Ow cut rata ......
Willow Charooal Tablets, boxes for
. . . .
Swarisdown Powder, Owl Cut-Rate ... 9c
Sempre Giovine Cream, 1 ... 37c
50c Lgg Shampoo, - " 1' -
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