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TOL. VI. NO. 160.
PORTLAND, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1807. FOURTEEN PAGES.
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GOUT EST 0 F J
Betting Favors the Mahog-
any Lad mile Britt's Ad
mirers Take all the Money
. They Can Get and Promise
Fierce Fight. . : ; ' -
(Pacific Coast Press Leased Wire.)
4 San Francisco, Sept. . "I be-
Hove that Jo Gans Is as STeat a
7 lighter" as he la " generally":
credited with being. I don't
e want to discount anything from
e his reputation. I know he Is a
e olever boxer; but I will win the
e championship. I will be par-
4 fectly oool whan I faoe Oans and
I expect to win before the limit
e of 10 rounds Is reached. .
e "I feel that I hare Jmpro-red
e greatly during the - past few
months and although t am now
dr one pound1 under weight I hare
mora strength ana vitality than
at any tiro during nr ring ca
reer. JAMES B. BRITT."
"I feel sura that J can out
box, outpoint, outfight or out
slug Brltt at srery stag of the
gam. I am as spry as James
R. Keene's unbeaUn 1-year-old,
Colin, and I would be glad to
enter the . ring this time with'
Waloott, Sullivan. McFedden or
any Of th great man I hare
fought in the past. The publlo
exw1U get an honest run for Its
e money, as I bare always prised
my title to th championship
4 abor all ether things. .
e "JOB OAKS."
" (Pedfie Coast Preas leased Wire.)
Ban Franolseo, Sept. . Jo Oans and
Jimmy. Brltt entered th ring at Recre
ation park at t o'clock today In what
" gives promts of being - a - memorable
battle for th light weight boxing cham
pionship of th world, which, th Bal
timore man has defended against all
challengers for th last fir years. It
Brltt can win It may npset all th tra
dition of th ring eren more thorough
ly than he did when he defeated Battling
If Brltt Is fairly fighting for his
life. Gans is doing the aame. He wants
to retire to his hotel business at Balti
more at the end of the present year
with th prestige of the championship
and hie every move In training has been
witn this object in view. Th betting
Quoted show that Oans Is still a
ntrPtig publlo choice at tie to 10. So
many -large communions remained to
be placed on the Baltimore man that it
. was predicted he would enter th ring
at odds of 1 to I.
The men have devoted especial car
In their training and are pronounced
- as fit as th hands of man can make
' Oaas Under Weight, . - '
Oans awoke this morning under th
, required weight. He breakfasted on
chops, toast and tea, and will take no
other nourishment than some beef tea
until after the battle. He Is betting
(Continued on Pag Four.)
ADVERTISING RECORD FOR THE
WEEK ENDING SEPTEMBER 8lh
"The volume of advertising carried by the thr" daily paprrs of
Portland -in rrgulsr issues, (or the week ending September 8, wa
ai tollows: -
' x . Journal.
Local, inches. ..................
Foreign, inches . ;
Classified and real estate, inches
- Duriri(r the week of seven issues
OI averiiinj, noi inciumng me aarrriiinjj in tne anniversary sec
tions of the Sunday Journal, n increase of 2.776 inches over the
J corresponding v.eek of 1906.
I Jr' frHav was nronnunred the nest oaoer of the kind ever produced on
' i I . . . it . . ,l.-1,.a.
tne ci'rf.''. vrts air', viic inr!i, uw).rtri in me rccuun iwn vi -
the oldest inhabitant,'' copies of the souvenir issues weighing iyi '
pounds and those of the newspaper edition 2Vt pounJs each. There :
were 50.TICI copies of the two editions printed. Both editions will he
exhausted.' judging from the present demand. Copies of the news- J
paper ediiion are sold at 5 cents ready for mailing, postatte'10 to 11
cents extra, and those of the souvenir edition at $1 each ready for
mailing, postage or expressage 15
f f rfrrrf fTf WH
JOB OAN3 IS POINTING TO 7 JIMMY BRITT AND WARNING HIM TO
LOOK TO HIS ' LAURELS. ;IT MAT BB THAT JOB IS PUTTINO
A LINGER ON THE PURSE-OR AT LEAST. TRYING TO. BRITT,
ON THE OTHER HAND, LOOKS TOO SELF-SATISFIED TO LOSS.
SCHOONER SAN GABRIEL
WRECKED AT Ph, REYES
Vessel Was: Bound From Umpqua to San , Pedro With
7 Leayes ' for J Scerie"rof f 7
-. : the Accident . yA'-;v-
(Padfle Coart Preas teased Wire.) I
San Francisco, Sept t. Th eteam
schooner San Gabriel, Captain Green. Is
ashor on mil east.of th Point Reyes
lighthouse. Th Veseel wU bound from
Umpqua for San Pedro with a Cargo of
TWO HUNDRED CAUGHT
IN A BURNING
' (Ualted Pnea Leased Wire.)
San Antonio, Tax., Sept. 9. Two hun
dred men are fighting for their lives In
the tunnels of tn Esperanaas mine. In
The Journal tarried 10JS29. inches J
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- ...... . . I . I ' .
f f f rf f ttt
lumber. Th 'wrecked, vessel Is owned
by th Gardiner. Mill company.. To tug
r eariesa lert nor ana on its way out
picked up Ufa tarings crews at Fort
Point and Point Bon 1 la to aid th crew
on th Ban uabrlelsto render any assist'
anee - necesaary. A steam Schooner Is
standing by th wrack.
Mexico, with th flames eatlrur up the
woodwork of th corridors and slowly
driving th men deeper into th mine.
Rescue partlee composed of hundreds
of men are working like mad to effect
an eecape for the imprisoned men. It
le a race between the shovels of the res
cuers and the flames, and many doubt
the ability of the men to reach th min
ers before they perish.
1100 1100 MEMBERS
ra!td Preas . Leased Wire.)
' Atlantlo City. N.".J,.Bept. .-AA. C
Ramsey, snark Of th universe, called
th national concatenation of Hoo Koo
to order this morning. The subject of
reetrlctlon of membership was the prin
cipal matter considered todav. A heat.
el campalsn la belns waved Aver the
supreme enarkahlp, the.enetem dele
sntea havlnr announced themaelrea la
farer of John 1 Aloook of baltlmora.
A lara-e deleRntlon Is here from Atlanta,
Ueorala. and will attempt to secure next
SESSION AT ST. LOUIS
' aaMMSBksaS r
7e0ld""re 7 teaeed Wlre.
St. Lmils, Sept. I. Delegate from
all over th United State representing
100,000 ' members of.th International
Association of Machlntnta met tn con
vention hrra tort jr. It le expeoted that
two wwk will he rinlirei to complete
the bil4fl brfore the union. I'rMnt
Jamee O Coni.elL who hmn been the chief
eieniiUre of tha aeeoclatlon fr fllLeea
Slips Into Portland Early
i This v Morning Boams
About City Briefly Then
Goes to Seattle.
He and Bristol Will Return
: Tomorrow -Expected that
Cases and Trials Will Be
Definitely Settled. V
Franela J.- Reney, Oregon land fraud
prosacntor. Ban Francisco graft exter
minator and Pacino coast wlelder of ths
big-stick ' policy, wss'ln Portland thls
morning 'and, after , breakfast ' at ths
Portland hotel, left on th S:J0 train for
Seattle, accompanied by United State
Attorney William C Bristol. After
oonfrno on Oregon land fraud eases
th prosecutor will return to Portland
tomorrow, i : t----v. - --: - - i
Heney's srlsit this morning was on
ths order of tb man who walked right
In, turned around and walked out again.
He stayed but ISO minutes, in which
brief flight of time the smile that has
mads him famous worked overtime. He
was to hare been In Portland last night
at 11:10 o'clock, but becauaa of a wreck
on th Southern Paciflo railroad did not
get in nntu f o cioca tnia morning.
.Slipped Sa Uke aa Arab.
Mr. Hensy sridently did not want
his arrival known In Portland for he
was not met at u station and saun
tered up town to the hotel alone. Af
ter a hearty breakfast Jia aat about
th lobby for a few minutes and- then
went back to th depot where ha met
Blahta and conditions in Portland
seemed natural to ths noted prosacn
tor, although h could not forego sev
eral looks each at the new skyscrsprs
mat nave rearea memseives into a
Portland ekyllne sine th Ssa Fran
clacan was last bar. He enjoyed th
Chang from th great strain he has
been laboring under sine th srraft
ease atarted In the Bay City and smiled
inauifnnu nu rwiiuur i xrieiios ns
met this morning.
Heney-haa changed but little sine
he was last in Portland. 'He ha the
aame ruddy complexion and looks aa
hard and fit for another round with the
land fraud artists aa h did when thev
were first taken op. Heney told
friends he met that hi health had been
excellent and that he la feeling fin at
preaent. He Is stouter than he was last
year, but his Portland friends will Im
mediately recognls In ' him th same
Heney of old.
; Will Bacid Sand Oasss.
Just how long th prosecutor will re
main In Portland when h return to
morrow Is unknown. His conference
with Mr. Bristol is expected to decide
Important Question as to th further
prosecution of th land-fraud case.
Heney Is considering which casea he
will turn over to Bristol. ' Although
' (Continued on Pag Two.)
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BCENB FROM THE STEEL BRIDGE WHEN THE FIREMEN WERE MAKING TIIHIR STA:;0 AG Vi:;2T
a- ' ' FLAME3 THAT RATIDLY ENVELOrED THE CREAMERY, J3UlLDIN0r
3V ' h PITT'S CONFIDENT POSE
; ANS IN THE OTHER CUT ON
POrNTjNO THE WAT TO VICTORY FOR HIMSELF.
WHITES WITH SANDBAGS
Situation ; at Vancouver, r B. Serious, Although Police
. Have Been Doing Good Work, in , Preventing Dis-
;turbaniS Consul Ishii Discusses the Trouble. ;
, , (special, meeewa m tb erasi. -
Vancouver, B. C. Sept '. Mor ar
rsts were mad today In connection
with th anti-Japan riots. F. C
Henderson, manager of th B, C Fish
company,' and F. K. Watt, a newspaper
man, were aaaaulted y a crowd of Jap
on th publlo thoroughfar. Henderson
was sandbagged, whll Watt was se
verely beaten. , "'..
Consul. Ishll arrived in th city Sun
day to investigate the cause of the riot.
He said that if a dog Buffers from dis
temper and bites hla owner, thla would
not affect hla friendship for the animal.
Mobs are like doga with distemper, and
their actlone will not for a moment be
taken as an Indication of the real feel
ing of the people -toward th Japanese.
In hi opinion the riot will not affect
the friendship between Great Britain
and Japan, '
Th civio authorities ' Including the
Kilo, greatly regret the trouble and
ve don all that could be don to put
a stop to th fighting.. Al -'-Vi.
police are on duty. The atabnrrTg eases
have been reported to th police and
several arrests have, been mad. Dur
MAT" MEAN , VICTORY, T"" JOB
Till 3 PAGE ; SEEMS "10 BE
ing th fights Saturday night and Sun
day morning . every window In - China
town waa amaahed. .It was th wildest
night In ths history of -Vancouver, and
very man of th police, fir and am
bulance aervlo waa on duty erery min
ute of th night -Lieutenant-Governor
was burned tn effigy because it waa al
leged that he had refused to sign the
TROUBLE OF LONQ gTAXDCVO.
Vancouver Riots Culmination of Bad
j Feeling' Existing, for, Months.
' That the anti-Japanese riots In Van
couver yesterday were but the expres
sion of a rabid feeling of dislike and
distrust of th Japanese and Chinese
that has been growing in British Colum
bia for a considerable time la th opin
ion of John Mlnto of Victoria.'- Mr.
Minto Is particularly well Informed re
garding the Japanese queatlon In th
province and aay that th trouble ha
been for months.
"Some time ago," said be this
(Continued on Page Two.)
Man Bisks Life By Jumpinrr
From.Second Story ,Win
dow Hose Cart Came to
Grief Hurrying to Scene
r of Trouble, Foot of Third.
Flames Caused by Explosion
of Gasoline Tank Used to
Heat Asphalt Building
Was All Beady For Occu
d , Damage don to th Haaelwood e
. building by fir this morning ha
d not. been definitely ascertained.
4 ' Th contract, price of th build- w
4 lng wbloh was to hare bea fin-
e, lshed October 1.. waa 1 84.000. e
' Insurann amounting to 140,- w -V'
000 was carried In different com- 4
4 -panlfH '-,- vi' .'-..-...' -, . 4
e'v Th-i fire was started by melted e
4aph...t dripping on - the open . w
d ' fli .n of a melting apparatus on
4 th a second floor. The fierceness
d pt tb fir waa du to th aa
d ' phait aad cork lining of th sec- -
4 . ond and third flopra of the build-
.in. . '...- ,.
. Th height ef th fir abor e
4 th street rendered th depart- e
4 ment' afforts Impotent in fight- 4
e tag th flam In th upper
floors. . . . e
4 Th flreboat did ' not respond
4 to th ealla, claiming not to b
4 called pon to answer th boxes
...... . e..
A dripping globule of melted asphalt
a coal out and gasolln heating lamp
and two floors lined with Sheet cork
Insulation furnished th cans and th
material for th most spentaoular con
flagration that has been seen in Port
land for many a day. The new and un
occupied home of the Haaelwood Cream
ery company at Third and Hoyt streets
was gutted thla morning at 1 o'clock.
During th fire J. W. Taylor of Hllls
boro, an employe of the Otis Elevator
company was forced to Jump from the
third floor to sare hla life and was
badly bruised and shaken but escaped
with no more serious Injuries than a
broken third finger of his right hand.
Workmen, caught by the wave of
flame, were penned upon the roof and in
the upper atoriea and had to make their
escape by mean of rope or by Jump
ing from suck windows aa were not the
roaring exits for tar and pitch-fed
flames, ' Firemen had many, narrow en.
capee from death and injury from fall
ing oornlcea and beams. . 8o far as
known, however, no one v. as Injured
wjth the exception of Tsylor, who was
taken to the Uood Samaritan hospital.
, Waa rime Building.
"The Hnsel wood building was a hand
some brick and atone building, fire sto
liee in height solidly constructed, with
walls tO Inches In thlckneaa. It waa
the property of sx-Unlted Htates Menator
Joseph Simon and his brother Samuel ,
and waa being constructed' by Mclnnls
and Reed, building contractors of this
city. The total contract price was t4.
.ThebHdltg hui been leMI b -the
owner to the Haaelwood company
for a long term of year and was b.ing
eonstruoted to meet their requirements.
At this time it Is not known what the
damage will be. ' Insurance pnlUHea ag
gregating 40,O00 were carried In rarl
oua oom pan lea.
The fire, which entirely gutted th
floors above the aecond, Waa ti.e t(
the hottest ever fought by the i'nrt
land department, and being rtlfu''it
reach waa almost beyond tlie sffnrt
of the firemen, llnse lines from ever?
aide oast streams from the t. of
conflaaratlon, but could not re.rh. w" i
few exceptions, toe henrt of tint f
The fiieboat did not inr ti.n i
from whirl! tlie fire was turned In ti
hampering the power of tin 'I- ( '
In seittitg powerful Btr''wn4 i.. ri i
Tne reuse of t'1 i"" "'"'" "
the accl.l..ritel srl 'i'" "f i '
nelte1 -! -hslf tn f r . -
lug aO!'iHtns !t' h I'" i 1
the Benin. I fi.vir I r i. I
llnlnc M 1 ' '
Ing up ti col i ' ' '
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