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THE OREGON : DAILY 1 JOURNAt, PORTLAND. FRIDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 3, IE37.
LAW IS DEFICIENT
Columbia-San Pedro Collis
ion Will Likely Bring
. About Revision. ,
'John Berminghjua of Saa Fnwclaco
Declare That Awful Loss of Life
in Columbia Disaster Could Have
,.V Been Avoided. . ,.'
A revision ef the Uw ;0Tn!n the
bulkheadlne of Umb veeeela encased
i In oceaa trftfle vrUI tn sir probability
be mad soon, ths saistlnf lwi having
been found Inadequate te properly pro
tect the trsvellns public from dancer
A ae a result f the avarice of greedy
' cereerstlone soaafsA la the tranapofe
J tation bsulness.'
-, In renderinf hie declelon in the hiat-
ter of the collision between the ateamer
Columbia and the steam schooner San
Pedro, which oooured during a fog off
. Shelter Cove on the morning of July
': 21, Supervising Inspector John Bar
niinjrham of baa, Francisco comment
as follows: ."
"The bulkheada of the Columbia were
. placed In her In oonformlty with the
'law, which. In my Judgment, needa re
vision. A watertight bulkhead extend
ing VP to her main deck and M feet
abaft her collision bulkhead would have
saved the ship and all on board."
This paragraph of the flndlnga of the
tafauptiil"VilPJpector is taken tQ mean
.ocean-going vessels will have to be
' fculkheaied so that In -case -of collision
they will not go to the bottom In
stantaneously, but float at least a few
hours so that those on board may have
; a chance to save themselves. The Co
lumbia had bulkheads, but they ex
tended no higher up than the between
dorks, with the result that when her
side was pierced she sank Has a rock
In 16 minutes.
The government Inspectors are also
going after lawbreakers with a relent
Iras hand, and rules and regulation)
governing steam vessels and larger
power boats are gradually being ap
plied to even the smallest class of
boats propelled by other power than
wind or oars.
In a letter from Supervising Inspector
' Bermlngham this morning Messrs. Kd-
wards and .Fuller, local inspectors, of
hulls and boilers, are notified that the
department of commerce and labor de
- sires to get the names and. measure
ments of ever power boat afloat for
the purpose of keeping records of the
same. This will mean aa enormous
task to" gather All this Information, but
arrangements have been made so that
inspectors or assistant Inspectora may
classify them single-handed, although
usually the inspectors work In team a,
one being Inspector of boilers and the
other of hulls.
For the purpose of keeping a record
- of -every l&uncb.Jn .the -country every
Inspector is instructed to visit the varl
' out parts of the respective districts
'and canvass ths situation. Boats found
not properly equipped -wiU -ba . reported
io the nearest collector of customs, who
In turn will take-action to-remedy -the
, avll and impose such penalty upon the
owner as may be prescribed by law.
This new order will mean much work
for ths Inspectors, who will have to
t-over every stretch of navigable water
'In the country and make a record of
every boat equipped with an engine.
..The local district comprises all, of the
state of Oregon and parts of W aahlng
. ton, Idaho and Montana.
; , ' - "i-
. Quartet of Wheat Carriers Will Ar
'. lire Soon. , ' v
V A telegram from Captain Berg to a
friend In thla city thla morning states
that the Norwegian steamer Tellus will
be here neat Saturday from Nanalmo,
British Columbia. The Tellus la undec
- charter to load wheat for Europe.
- It was also announced this morning
' that the ' British steamer Strathearn
will come here from Ban Francisco
soon to load wheat for Europe. This Is
the third large ateamer chartered for
; '"I " As well be out of the world as out of style.
' ;:. v Our store is headquarters for the "men who.
. know," and for the men who want to know the
best clothing. , " "
, Here are the new brown shadings in men's
suits;' also the fancy blues and grays, at
' A 01O to $30 ;"",":'
l' Overcoats and Raincoats according to the
latest dictates of fashion.
Our Juvenile; Department
. Contains everything that boys want for dress or
.,..;... ; ,.V'T" f 7-" school wear. ' : 7-
i66-'lo3 THIRD STREET, MOHAWK BLDG.
Portland wheat loading daring ths two
past days, the British steamers Ien
of Alrle and Netherlee having been en-
reported In The
Journal. The Den of Airle will come
here from Ban Francisco, while the
Netherlee la booked to come hero from
SCRAP OK WATERFRONT,- ,
Loafer Attempts to Start Race War
. T With Japanese.
A big, overgrown saloon loafer tried
to start a race war yesterday afternoon
on the waterfront by attacking a man
who had taken a meal In a Japanese
restaurant on lower Burnslds street.
He also heaped a lot of abusive language
upon Japanese who happened to pass.
But he got soundly thrashed by the
men he attacked, although the latter
was "too old to engage in street brawls."
to use his own expression.
"You're a blr suab!" said ths bum to
the man who came out of ths restau
rant, and then he hit him on the side
of the face. The one attacked retaliated
with a vigorous right-hand ab and land
ed the tall bum In the gutter, where he
pounded Mm until he yelled for mercy.
"Is there a union man hereT" squealed
the vanquished In the gutter, thinking
he would thereby get assistance.
"Yes, I'm a union man, ' answered the
smaller man, and he emphasised the
statement with a punch on the jaw that
drew blood. Then he let him up.
"There aro'frogs an' elephants In thla
world." st.ld the victor of the fignt, who
appeared to be good-nature personified,
"but there la no good- reason why the
elephants ahould trample the froa a un
der foot because they are endowed with
might to do so. The frog has aa much
right to an axlstence aa the elephant,
because he ' was born that wav. Now.
an elephant wouldn't 1111 a frog If he I
knew .It.' ir
Thla bum hereI'm ashamed ts have
td refer to him In such language
hasn't the sense of an elephant; he sees
something .and thinks Jt has no rights
nor privileges. ' I am a poor man. an'
eometlmea broke. Ths white in en won t
trust, me for a meal, but these here Japs
will, and wi.- ahouldn't I patronise
them? The poor Jan can't heln that he
was born. That big bum there would
destroy uoa s creation. Dut is too oow
ardly-to attack himself."
Thus he gained the sympathy of the
crowd that . had ' gathered to see the
rigni, ana - me tan, rawDoned cum
aneaked away In shams amidst hisses
from the spectators. ,
Many, Attend Entertainment on
' Board the Dalgonar.
Ths entertainment given on board the
British ship Palgonar for the benefit of
the Seamen's institute, was a complete
success, and quite a aum was realised
from admittance feea and the sals of
refreshments. Chaplain Bernays of the
Institute was master of ceremonies, snd
Captain Isbester waa gueat of honor.
ana at me earns time general overaeer.
Acceaa to the vessel at Columbia dock
No. I was mads easy, because appren
tices from the veesel had been stationed
along the walk with ship's lanterns to
guiue i nose not acquainted - witn , the
labyrlnthlo paths of the waterfront. At
the cloee of the Drorram the annrantlcea
assisted In serving refreshments.
Miss Elisabeth Woben; Edwin -Card well!Talomd, BTTSl
chief officer of ths Dalgonar; Miss Eu
genia ,raig, miss uarrie Kusaeli, Mli
nnett Johnson and Master Chester
Ad wen. Chanties were led hv T. W.
Jones, third mate of the British ahlp
Tola, and they made a decided hit. ' A
number nf the crew of the THlh
ateamer Kalomo attended the entertain
ment. The affair closed with dancing
on ths deck.
aUgmlar suasrg Das to Arrlvs.
Redondo. Seattle .... .... flent. tti
crwiawaier, v.uui y
Cltycfjpanama, San Fraftelaco.Bept 14
Roanoke, San fedro snd way,, .feptv14
Johan' Poulsen, San Francisco. .SeptTS
Alliance, Coos Bay Sept It
R. D. Inman, San Francisco. .. .Sept. 2T
Costa Rica, San Francisco. . . , .Sept. 18
Q. W. Elder, San Pedro and way. Sept 10
N loomed Is, orient Oct 1
Alesla, orient ........Oct t
Numantla, orient .............. .Oct SO
Arabia, orient .....,,..........Ieo. 26
Begular Xdaera to Depart,
Alliance, Coos Bay .....Sept. tl
Breakwater, Coos Bay ......... .Sept t
Redondo, Seattle .............. Snpt it
Arabia, orient Sept ' 2E
City of Panama, San Francisco. .Sept ST
Johan Poulsen, Ssn Francisco.. .Sept 27
u. w. Kioer. Banfeoroanaeray...,oc(. I
Alesla, orient .Oot It
Nicomedla, orient..- Nov. S
Numantla, orient Nov. SO
Teasels lm Sort,
Tola, Br. sh..... N. P. MUls
Dalgonar, Br. ah. Columbia No. i
Slam. Or. sh Portland lAimber Co.
Conway Castle, Br. bk. ..' Astoria
FEEDS 1 5 CENT APPLES TO HOGS
, BECAUSE OF NO TRANSPORTATION
' C 6- rl f y?ty. 4- :
Nehalem Valley Applet
With SI bushels of the prettiest Qrav
snstetn apples ever grown, packed so
snugly In a wagon bed with atraw that
they . stood the 10-mlls trip from Ns
haJetn valley without auatalnlng a
bruise, B. B. Nlckeraon arrived on hie
annual pilgrimage thla morning. "Nick"
Nlrkerson. as he la better known In the
vicinity of Vernona, oomea to the city
every year, as regularly as the month
s.-sfc - fT a-
Mehiem valley uravensieins.
The crop in the mountains la from
two to three weeka later than the Wil
lamette valley crop ao whan Nlckeraon
arrives he Is lust In time to replenish
a fading market Be Is willing to put
Vlncennes, Ft. fck.....
North King, Am. tug.
.Columbia No. 1
Foot of Lincoln
Antelope, Am. son.
St Nicholas, Am. ah,. .......... . Astoria
St Louis, Fr. bk. ..Centennial
Compeer, Am. sch.. .Astoria
Strathness, Br. ss,. Portland Lumber Co.
North Star, Am. tug Astoria
Gardiner City. Am. bktn. . . . ..... .Stella
Col. de Villebols Muriel, Fr. bk. Bunkers
Bonolpu, Am. sch. ,,... ..West port
Oliver J. Glaen, Am. ss.... Tongue Point
Eva, Gr. sa Flour mills
Glendale, Am. sch. ............ .Astoria
Wallaout Am. barge .(....Stream
Emily F. Whitney, Am. bk....St Johns
Grays Harbor, Am. ss. . W11L L A & win.
Santa Rita. Am. ss... Astoria
Salvator, Am, sch. .......Astoria
Admiral Borrenaon, Nor. SS...N. P. mills
Barkaton, Br. sa. .. .Montgomery No. S
Arabia, Ger. aa. .............. .1 Alaska
Costa Rica, Am. as. .Alnswortb
R. D. Inman, Am. as. ...... . . . . .Linn ton
Elsa, Nor. ss .......St Johns
Andy Mahoney, Am. aoh... . 4 .r. Lbr. Co.
Breakwater... Am. sa.
Alliance, Am. ss.
...... WJ ,b
iiumBer camera n stoate.
.-XTAad. Am. stn San Francisco
Plummer. Am. sch..Guaymas
Lettltla, Am. sch .San Francisco
Annie M. Campbell. Am. sch.. San Fran.
Glendale, Am. sclk. San Francisco
Mabel Gale, Am. sch.'. ...Han Francisco
W. F. Garms, Am. sch Baa Pedro
Virginia, Am. sch. .. .Port Los Angeles
Lakme, Am. ss. .San Francisco
J. B. Stetson, Am. as San Francisco
W. F. Jewett Am. ach. .. . . . Han Pedro
Caaco, Am. sa. .San Franclsoo
Buccleuch, Br. ah .Hamburi
Brenn. Fr bk . , Bui.
Europe, Br. bk Antwerp
Genevieve Molinoa, Fr. bk. .... .London
Rene Kervller, Fr. sh .Hamburg
Lennec, Fr. an. , ............ . Swansea
La PUler, Fr. bk .London
Martha Rous, Fr. bk Hamburg
Mosamblque, Br. bk Newcastle. B.
Samoa, Br. bk Shields
Thiers. Fr. sh Newcastle. E.
Marechal Turrene,' Fr. bk Hamburg
VUle de Mulhouse, Fr. bk Antwerp
Guethary, Fr. bk. ....... ..... .Antwerp
nerrt ixiti, ST. Dg. ........... .Antwerp
Walden Abbey, Br. ah Antwerp
Glenesslln, Br. sh , Antwerp
Versailles. Fr. bk Letth
General de Bolsdeffre, Fr. bk... London
General de Negrler, Fr. bk London
Bayard, Fr. bk Antwerp
vine ae uijon, r. dk. ........ .Antwerp
Alice Marie, Fr. bk ......Antwerp
Eugene Kergaline. rr. bk. . . . . . Antwem
H. Haekfleld, Gr. bk .Honolulu
Arctic Stream.' Br. ah. ..... .Rotterdam
Crown of India, Br. bk. ...... .Antwerp
mrnu arx, r r. oa Antwerp
Jules Gommes. Fr. bk. ... ...Rotterdam
Edward Letallle, Fr. bk.. .... .Antwerp
Emilia Oalllne, Fr. bk. . .London
Ernest Legouve, Fr. bk ...Antwerp
Coal aUpa b Stoats.
Belen, Fr. bark Nwecastle,A.
C la verdon, Br. sh Newcaat la, A
Wlllsoott Am. bk ........ . Newcastle, A
Port-Patrick, Br. sh Newcastle, A
St. Mlrren. Br. ah Newcastle, A
Crlllon, Fr. bk ......Newcastle. A.
Ardencralg. Br. bk -. . .Newcastle, A
Eugene Schneider, Fr. bk. Newcastle, A
Buff on, Fr. bk. .Newcastle, A
Cast Is Rock, Br. ah ..Sydney, A
Redhlll, Br. aa .Newcastle, A
Knight Templar. Br. ss ... Newcastle, A
Tyrnerlo, Br. str Newcastle, A
Henry VI I lard. Am. str. .. .Newcastle, A
Thordla, Nor, str. Mora van, Japan
Homeward Bound, Am. bk. Newcastle, A
Emily Reed, Am. sh. Newcastle, A
Ancaloa, Br. ah.... Newcastle, A
Brlzeuz.Fr. bk...... Newcastle, A
Tellus, Nor. ae. ........ . .Nanalmo, B. C.
Tramp Steamers Ba Stoats.
African Monarch, Br. ss Japan
Inveran. Br. ss Port Los Angelea
Ferndene, Br. atr San Francisco
Terje Vlken, Nor. ss Ban Francisco
Strathenrlk. Br. aa... ... .San Francleco
Indian Monarch, Br. ss...San FranclscoJ
Strathfillan, Hr. sa.. ... vancouvar, B. C
Strathearn, Br. aa ..San Francisco
Netherlee. Br. ss. ........ .. .Bremerton
Den of Alrle, Br. aa......San Francleco
Oil aft aa lasts Baa.
Maverick, Am. ae .San Francleco
CoL E. T. Drake, Am. aa. .San Francleco
Sa Stoats la SsaUast ts X.oad Orain.
Gael. Fr. bk Puget Sound
Turgot. Fr. bk. Puget Sound
Mlltonburn, Br. bk.., Santa Roaalla
Dumflreshlr. Br. sh... Port Los Angeles
Sully, Fr. bk... ....Ban Francisco
Celtle Chief, Br. sh Honolulu
Admiral Corneuller, Fr. bk.....an Fr.
Strathgryfe, Br. sh.. Callao
Castor, Br. sh. ............ .Valparaiso
Noeml. Fr. bk.. Seattle
Alsterkamp, Ger. sh....Caleta Coloaa
Bchubekv Ger. bk Valparaiso
Glenelvan, Br. ah. ...... .Santa Rosalia
Oatara, tier, sh. .......... ..Valparaiso
IX MIDST OF STORM.
Steamer Alliance Retnriig With Tale
" , of Awfnl Weather. - .
' Captain B. Olson of ths ateamer Al
Hanoe, reports that he encountered the
heavy thunder . storm which raged off
the Oregon coast laat Sunday and Mon
ay. For It .hours the All!
11 lance was
radically In the midst of
pyrotechnlcal display, terrl
lightning playing pranks all around the
The Alliance returned to Portland lato
last night and berthed at Couch street
dock. The up trip was Ideal, a smooth
aea and fair light wind prevailing; all
ths way. Going south things were dif
ferent however, for no sooner hsd. the
eralt eruaaed the Columbia river bar
That Freshen Fading Market.
Ms product side by side with Rogue
River valley, Willamette valley or Hood
River valley apples. Be says be raises
winter apples that would put to shame
the best apple ever grown by Millard
Lownadale but he cannot get them to
market because of the Inaccessible con
dition of the mountain roads In win
ter. He feeds them to the. hogs when
he could sell them for It cents apiece
If he oould get them to a railroad.
But the day of Nehalem Is approach-
Issjii essaii saiisasaasmilMSBii i BWWegtyft,
miles or the line or survey or the Fin
land, Nehalem aV Tillamook road, which
Is pushing lie ateel tentaclea through
the fastnesses of the coast mountains.
Then, he says. Hood River will be for
gotten. before she poked Into - a fierce squall
from the south, accompanied by aheeta
of rain. Then the lightning began to
flash and thus It went on until the next
evening when the steamer pulled Into
Coos bay with nearly every passenger
sick In bed. It was in this atorm that
the schooner Andy Mahoney narrowly
avoided being sucked up into the sky by
a tremendous waterspout, ' The Alliance
hugged ths shore pretty closely to keep
out of the wind as much aa possible and
the spout was not seen from her decks.
The Alliance Is being fumigated to
day., but Captain Olson says he Is wil
ling to bet a box of cigars that-the
sulphur fumes wilt not kill a single sol
itary rat because there are none In ths
vessel. He stakes his cigara on the
efficiency and alertness of three cats
that he has carried In the hold of the
vessel for many months.
Ths Alliance will sail south tomor
row night, despite the fact that fumiga
tion Is taking up considerable time. She
will go out with a full cargo.
The ateamer Breakwater, Captain
Macgenn, reached Astoria this morning
frnm rtull lu mnA Vrlll h. a Oak t
. 1- I wwi i i,
uut.n hub fuiiiiia. x iiv mKKHftlui
sails Monday nlxlit for Coos
AJiOXa THE WATERFRONT .
' The steamer Redondo, Captain Benda.
faard, will be In the harbor thla evening
ram Puaet Sound porta .
The 'oriental liner Arabia shifted to
Alaska dock thla morning, and the Brit
ish ateamer Kalomo ahlfted to Oceanic
dock. ... i
The Steam schooner . Excelsior left te-U
day lor Ban Francisco with tJO.ooo ret
of lumber loaded at- the mills of the
Portland Lumber company.
Steward f Schubert haa rejoined the
several weeka' vacation at San Fran
cisco and In the California mountains.
Captain Sbester was roundly cheered
last nigrit xor naving ao ginaiy permit,
ted the use of his vessel for the en
tertalnment given for the benefit of
the Beaisen'a Institute. Chaplain Ber
nays thanked the captain on behalf of
the institute tor ins ravor.
David B. Ogden, assistant' TTrflted
States snglneer, visited the Cowllta
river yesterday and found the govern
ment work under way there progressing
nicely. The shoala will be removed
soon. ' .
A relative of Charles Bwenason, who
was lost orr tne letty aome aaya ago.
left for South Bend this morning to
Identify the remains that floated sshore
there yesterday. The remains are be
lieved to be those of the unfortunate
ill! MARINE NOTES
: Astoria, Sept. SO. Arrived down dur
ing the night and sailed at IOjSO a. m.
Steamer Aurella. for Ban Francisco.
Arrived at 7:39 and left up at :80 a. m.
Steamer Breakwater, from Cooa Bay.
Arrived at T:4t and left UD St 40 a. m.
Steamer Redondo, from Seattle. Ar
rived at t a. m. Bieamer aamore, from
Astoria. Sept It. Arrived at 11:40
and left up at S p. ro. Steamer Alliance,
from Cooa. Bay. Arrived down at 4:10
and aatled at t p. m Steamer George
Loomia, ror nan rTancisco, .,
RAn Francisco. Sent It. flailed
steamer Caaoo. for Portland.
Astoria. Sent. 10. Condition of the
bar at S a. ro., smooth; wind north, S
mnes: weauier Clear.
Tldea at Astoria today: High water
11:01 a. m.. 1.3 feet. Low water
l:(S a. m., 0.4 foot: :1S p. bk. l.t feet
Congressman "Walter I. Smith of the
ninth district of Iowa saya he la not a
candidate for the United Statee senate,
and will not .under any circumstances
be a candidate to suoceed Senator Alli
Read a Doctor'! words
MA short tlms a so I waa called to a
patient who had bean given up by his
Hla stomach would not bear food, and
consequently he got no nourlehment
nd wss slowly dying from sshaustion.
rim was reaucea to sain ana onnee.
I immediately put htm on Orape-Nute
food and . Postum - Food - Cof fse. He
could keep both arttoles on hla stomach
and neither caused him any pain. He
hae been using both the food and the
cereal coffee and haa gained rapidly."
The reaaon a delicate atomaoh can
take Grape-Nute food la that It la pre
dlgeated by natural means during Ita
reparation, ana even a smaii dsds oan
andle it ae It oauaea no heavy work
by the stomach and digestive appa
ratus; on the contrary, being predlgested.
It Is quickly asalmllated Into blood and
GranaCNnta as wall as Postum Fond
Coffee contains elements selected from
the grains of the field that are of first
Importance to the human body In nour
ishing and rebuilding It.
Read "The Road to Wallvllle." In
pkgs, There's a Reason,4
Italian noliday , Occasion for
' the Catholics. ,
(Cnltec Press Leased Wire.)
' Rome, Sept 10. Celebrations of the
annlversay of the entry of the Italian
troops into Roms on September SO, 1ST0,
are being held today throughout Italy,
thla date marking tne unuy 01 nm im
Ian monarchy. Business Is suspended
and ths day, as usual. Is being ob
served as a national holiday.
In. Roms the annlversay has been
made the occasion of a great demon
stration of socialists and radicals of all
kinds who; are marching through the
streets carrying red bannera. .Serious
outbreaka directed against the priests
are -feared and troope have been sta
tioned throughout the city, with orders
to mete out summary punishment to
disturbers. . . . 1
The . pops has Issued a prohibition
against any members, male or female,
of monastic Institutions- quitting their
confines and appearing In publia today.
The kins has sfven hla peraonal aaaur-
ance to the papal authorities that every
possible precaution will be taken to pro
tect "the lives - and property -of jthe
WHAT THE ROSEBURG
PEOPLE SAY OF CONE
, 8peelal Dispetck t The Journal.) '
- Roseburg. Sept SO. E. B. Cone, who
la wanted here on a charge of embessle
ment tt being alleged that ha fled
with money he had collected for W. A
Burr of the Burr Muslo bouse In this
city, haa been arrested at Fotlatcb,
Idaho, and is being held there pending
usjiaiihat .all aUiiUae.MaaU$lWtf 1
Douglas oounty, who 'will bring him
hers for trial. Cone and his wife left
here in July and he haa alnce operated
in several places. The last place be
fore his arrest was at Walla Walla,
Washington, where he worked in a mus
lo store, and his capture .would have
been made there but for a blander by
someone who let him get hold of In
formation ferwarded there stating that
Cons was wanted In Roseburg. This
happened about two Weeka ago, .and
Cone immediately dlaappeared. .
Those who appear aa Cons's accuaers
allege that hla method' la to win the
oonfldenoe of the house he Is going to
work for, and being a good talker he
goee out aollclting and at the same time
collecting. When he managea to col
lect a few hundred dollara ha quietly
disappears. It Is charged, and nothing
la known or hla "work until ths regular
statements are aent out and repllea
from parltea from whom he has made
1200 ievjotery jnucitojm
for a piano, and ws cart now
supply you with one of unus
ually ' good . Talus for that
, money. Twelre other makes
(included in which are some of
highest grades) at correspond
ingly low prices. Reasonable
terms of payment accepted.
- A careful investigation of our
ignos and prices will convince
the most exacting purchaser
(especially after looking
V around at the other stores)
that we undersell any- other
- 7 Portland - house, - quality, of
goods taken Into consideration.
. More different makes of player
pianos than. any one house oa
the coast, and the only player
piano in the world which oper
. ates the entire keyboard of the
- '" piano. t.. : ' . -
Hoyenden-Soule Piano Co.
- CORNER MORRISON AND
WEST PARK STREETS.'
DIsUc;nlshtd CIoll.es for Uea
his collections, disclose his operations,
Besldea hie alleged embesalement It
la charged here, there are several bills
about town that he left unpaid. He
waa drawing a good salary here, and
hla wife was teaching muslo. Their
income. It Is said, would have aggre
gated over 117i a month.
. Herd of iCattlo Sanatrack.
From the Trenton Republloan-Trlbuna
Htcka Myere, living about II miles
northeast of Trenton, lost 11 head of
fat ateera Wedneaday afternoon. Mr.
Myere had changed the ateera from a
ahady pasture to another about an
eighth of a mile away. In which there
were no tree
Hie boy discovered; one dead about
noon and Mr. Myers, on arrival at the
pasture, found the whole herd closiy
bunched, trying to get shelter from
the burning sun In the ahade thrown
by their own bodies. He out out all the
yearlings and drove them to another
part of the field, but too late to get the
herd to abetter before 11 had fallen
dead. The ateera were worth about S(
apiece and aa they were not insured
were a total lose,
Oovemor Patterson ' of Tenneesee
states that hs will do all In his power
to secure the Tennessee delegation for
William J. Rrvan If the latter la a can
didate . for the presidential nomination,
. . FOR rE,N
, ; LIBERAL CREDIT
IS GIVEN BY" THIS GENEROUS SPIRITED OUTFITTING
" r- . ESTABLISHMENT. . --
Our credit sendee la far-reaching la Its helpfulness; it meets ths "re
quirements of each individual customer. We grant greater freedom
to patrons in making their payments than any other outfitting house,
in Portland; it's a fact beyond dispute. We require no payments
when customer is ill or out of
vidua! circumstances eall for. -
This store gives CREDIT service such as ambitious salaried people
of the present day desire such as YOU would appreciate. You will
be serving your best interests if you call and learn what wonderful
help we can be to you in selling you ' .
And pay us
Fall Suits ;
1 $15 to 145. Pay us at the rate
of fl.OO a week. f '
f $12.50 to f 4a and pay us at the
rate of f l.OO week.':....: ..-
A special sale this week of ,
Matchless Values at )5, f 10 ,
and 915. . ' ;
Select now and pay us only
f 1.00 a week.
New York Outfitting Go.
' 165' AND 167 FIRST ST,
V BETWEEN MORRISON AND YAMHILL STS. ' t ,
Cambridgt Corect Clothes Are Found Only at Robinson
C O. rwu,mem CtAM Aa Man " '
eaa wi i i?att giwis tut uiui. .. .
in men's dealings with other men intangible,
perhaps, but telling. It must be of material
, that holds its own through much wear, and its
workmanship must be of so superior a charac
ter as to insure the suit's practical long-time
value. All the points are conspicuously pres
ent in "Cambridge Correct Clothes."
The colors rather turn to the brown and gray
order, especially in tweeds, ' worsteds and
:Si?fc.$20 to $50
Serge is especially good this fall, both in blue
$20 to $40
-CrtvcSsCttts end Other Cotti r- - - -
Overcoats, Rain Coats, all Vound service coats, Cravenette Coats
are found In the most thoroughly well made modern models.
The prices extremely moderate , .. ,
PAST0ES TRY NEW V
LINE OF BUSINESS
(Jearaal SseaUl Berries.)
Pittsburg. Sept. 10. With la two yaars
a acore of mlnlstsrs of Pittsburg have
given up their charges for ths life In
surance business. Ths latest to do so is
the Rev. J. C Carpenter, pastor of ths -Mount
Washington Methodist Eplsoopel
sburoh. Hs said today: T don't quit
from choice but from necessity. It- is
altogether a matter of monetary son-.
slderatlon, but In consideration of the
higher cost of living.
'No oharge haa offered Itself of which
I think the salary would Justify my ac
ceptance. If ever the opportunity of
fers I will reenter the ministry. But
et present there- le not a living in It ,
The ehortage of ministers today Is oc
casioned sololy by the lnsufflclunt pay," .
Ths Harris feud troublee tn Breathitt
county Is one of ths features of the
f resent Republican campaign in Ren
ucky, while the Democrats are again
f lacing much rellanoe on the Powers'
rial and the assassination of Govsrnor
Goebel to carry the etate. Both candi
dates for governor are now stumping
work. We tide our patrons over
Your fall and Winter Gar
ments. at $1 .00 aWeel(
A LITTLE DOWN AND A LITTLE AT A
' ;"v . TIME. - V,
Men's Suits--$10 to, $35
. .' And pay us at the rate-of 1.00 a week,
Men's Overcoats or Crave-
at the rats of f 1.00 week.
POINT . NO. 1 First in Importance is the',
general-wear business suit. It must, be of the
correct cut, embodyino; the season's full re
quisites in the matter of style. It must carry
that ineffable' charm felt and realized by every
one who. is a style judge; that peculiar charm
of the well-dressed man that wins the battle