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,&' aYCAKOT AL JOU HN AL 8ALBM. OREGON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1005. NO. 101. LUE STARTS-FIRE SIX MILES WHILE ASLEEP. Mrs. Antoina Grassol Does Remarkable Blocp Walking. If a Block in uaKersneia California Destroyed This Morning jkenficld, Oal., Aug. 1C. A firo ted by a defective fluo In Ham 's restaurant, on Chester nvcnuo, Nineteenth etroot, this morning rowd tho cntiro half block facing 'Eighteenth street between Chester no and K street) with the exception pne more, .uoiuiug remains or. Ibner's opera house, but tho out- ills. Tho Iobs is 'cslimatod at' , insurance probably half that ant. Tncomn, Wash., Aug 15. A romark nblo case of somnambulism has occurred at Eatonvillo. Antoino Grnsscl, who lives four and ono-hnlf miles west of tills place, left a wcok aoo for a eamn- ing trip in tho mountains, leaving his wlfo atond at homo. Mrs. Grassol is a CHINESE BOYCOTT San Francisco, Aug. 15". United States Consul Davidson, temporary buc cossor to Goodnow, consul at Shanghai, arrived from tho Orient this mornlnz. Ho discussed tho Chinese boycott, and strong, honithy woman, never having a,u th0 trouble wn brought nbout by iLLOW FEVER w Orleans, Aug. 16. At. noon 13 cases and five doaths wcro report er. John GuitcraB, tho yoliow fever H, bns arrived. Ho bcliovcs tho will bo stamped out Jn 40 days. VTOR OLABK NOT IN FRAUD. int Makos Order In Oonso With Previous Decision. una nny ailment, cither physical or mental. About 2 o'clock yesterday morning she roso from her bod, golnir'to tho kitchen and lighting a lantern. About 3:30 o'clock Mrs. G. D. Ingors611, whoso rosidonco is opposito tho Eatonvillo postofflco, looking out of tho window, saw a "whito flguro sitting on tho post office stops. Besido her was a lighted lantorn. In a few minutes tho figure roso and started briskly down tho stroct. About an' hour lntor Mrs. Grassol, clad only in her night robo ami stock ings, arrived at tho homo of John An dorson, about a milo and a .half cast of town. Sho opened tho door and Mr. Anaprson spoKo to her. With n scream sho camo back to consciousness, and it was somo timo boforo sho becamo calm enough to understand wbaf had hap pened to her: Sho had no recollection whntevor of her trip. Tho entiro distnnco traveled, was six mirM Mrs (Jrwwnl was returned to her homo this morning, seemingly nono tho worso for hor noctural jaunt. a telegram which was icprlntcd through tho Chlncso empire, which stactd that in drawing up tho new treaty certain phrases wero inserted pertaining to the exclusion of students and merchnnts. It created intenso excitement throughout tho ompiro, and mass meetings were hold overywhorc. Davidson believes thnt tho boycott will end in six months. ENDS RACING IN OREGON BLUNDERS IN WALLACE' 8 WORE. lena, Mont.. Aug. 14. In the States court today Judgo Wil . Hunt mndo nn order in tho suit United States against William irk and It. M. Cobban, orantlnc of tho dofenso for pormis- totion Water Pipes Burst Bocauso Tkoy Woro Not Properly Laid. Panama, Aug. 5. A sensation has followod tha discovery by tho onginocr ing department in char go of tho Pana ma cnnnl work that during tho rcgimo of Mr'Wallaco, tho ox-chlef engineer, tho wator pipes f coding tho, Panama acquoduct worqlald wrong. A largo .number of breaks havo resulted because of tho prcssuro necessary to forco tho wator through tho pipes, and it will cost many thousands to rebuild tho sys tem properly. mm- Just Escaped Whipping Post. Astoria, Or., Aug. 15. E, L. Mitch ell, of Knappa, was arrested by Con- stablo Utingor Monday morning on nn information ohnrcinR him with wifo- beating. Boforo tho enso was called in Justico Goodman's court that nf tor noon. Mrs. Mitchell agreed to havo tho information changed to a complaint charging assault and battery, on condi tion thnt tho dofondant openly acknowl edge his guilt, promiso never to strike hor again and niso agree to support bis wifo and family. . Mitchell promised all these things BankorB Butt In. nmj 1VUB relcasod upon paying tho court mouth, Mo., Aug. 15. Isaac cots. Tho case is an especially nggra- an, nt tho request of Wltto, had vatod ono, na tho woman has eight early this BmnIl children, two of thorn being on flnnnciul . twlnn onlv sir months old. and accord- ing to tho statemont of witnesses, has been brutally treatod by her husband. to fllo a plea of bona ildo purchase Icaso is similar to that of the gov ht against William; A Clark, in I tuit was brought to enncol pat io certain timber lands In west- lontana, on tho ground that fraud n cotnmittod by tho cntrymon Intrywomen, and, liko tho first his is to cancol patents, the howovor, being somo thnt wcro eluded in tho suit originally tried. United States district court of na aud tho circuit court of'ap at Snn Frnncisco each docidod ir Clark was nn innocent purchas ho first suit. Tho granting of tho by Judgo Hunt takes tho olo- bf fraud in tho entries out of the xoronco with Wltto Pg, it is supposed British Scientists in Capetown. Capetown, Aug. 15. For tho first time in history tho British Association for tho Advancement of Science, found ed in 1831, is holding its nnnunl meet ing upon tho soli of tho dark continent. Tho meeting wilt open hero today anil will continue for thrco days. After tho" adjournment of tho mooting tho mem bers will proceod by sea to Durban nml thonico to PlotormariUburg. A visit to tho Natal battlefields will also bo or ganized and then tho mombors will make n tour through Johannesburg, Pretoria, Blomfontoin, Klmbcrly and' Buluwayo. The ontiro trip will occupy nbout two months. Convention of Florists. Washington, D. C, Aug. 15. The twonty-first annual convention of tho Society of American Florists and Land scape Horticulturists opened its sossion at Carroll Hall this morning. This af t ornopn tho exhibition of plants and flowers will bo opened in the National RIflos Armory and tho Mnsonio Tcmpla This evening President Vaughan will liold a Toceptlon. Tomorrow tho dele gates will take parkin a grand bowling tournament in tho Ilatcbakcllcr and on tho following day thoro will be a simi lar contest, nUtomobllo rides, general night Booing and other entcrtuinmeut features for tho benefit of tho visitors. Fortland, Aug, 15. Circuit Judgo JMrnslor today mado permanent tho in junction rccontly granted against pool selling at tho Irvlngton rnco course, I thus ending racing in Oregon. Points Agreed Upon. Tho following points havo been agroed upon, by tho peace commissieners: Japan's preponderating influence in Corea. Both Russia and Japan to ovacuato Manchuria, respect tho territorial intca- rity of Qhina.and maintnin equnl rights of all nations in thnt province Russia to ccdo to China tho Chinese F.nstorn railway from Harbin south ward. Portsmouth, Me., Aug. 15. Italn fell this morning for tho first timo sinco tho conference begnn. Tho conforenco bo gau nearly ott time, and it is supposod tho Ohineso rnllwny was discussed. Portsmouth, Me., Aug. 15. At 150 Slbcrt, tho Bocond sccrotary of tho Rus sian embassy nt Washington, officially announced "This morning tho confer ence discussed articles four and five. Jur was unanimously agreed upon Not being nblo to rench nn unanimous decision on five, it wns decided to tako n mile uf the divergence of vieni, And proceod with tho discussion of tho other urticlcs. Tho meeting resumes at 3 o'clock this afternoon." It is reported thnt tho Russians ac cepted In princlplo tho Jnpnncso de mand for tho cessation of tho Chinese Eastern railway. A reservation has been mndo upon a number of points for lntor discussion. ESCORTED BY A NEaBO. in was surprised that tho sec- bnferenco was known. Ho said: asked for a third conference in fork beforo ho goes homo. I av when that yrill bo, and can't ether finances will bo discussed." Wanted for Murder. ago Aug. 15. Tho police hero phed to Brockton, Mass., to ar Feorgo Lawrence, alias Bonnett nu, acusod of being "the rays- i Mr. Dove." It is said bo mur- William Bate in an automobile, amont, III., ono night in Novom- W. A dispatch from Brockton '0 police there don't know Law- After Foreign Officers, Ingham, Eng., Aujr. 15. It is M that China has selected three three French, officers to re develop the state arsenals, and Dauchy Follows Wallace. Panama, Aug. 15. W. E. Dauchy, who has boon tho engineer in chargo of tho Culobra division of tho canal work nnd an nppointco of ex-Chief En gineer Wnllace, has resigned. Ho loft for New York today. Tho engineering operations on tho ca nal aro now suspended, ponding sani tary work. Many employes will roturn to tbo United States during the idle spell. -Killed By .City Marshal Portland, Or., Aug. 15. Frank gam mon, agod 25 years, of Westfall, Mal heur county, was killed Sunday after noon by City Marshal Aco Carey, who Is his kinsman. A drunken- row oc currod in the Madden saloon, and when the marshal appeared Camraon firod at him. A bullet from Cary's pistol killed Cammon instantly. National Convention of Eafjles. Denver, Col., Aug. 15. Delegates rep' resenting every aerio of tho order of Eagles from Mnino to California are assembled here to attend tho nnnunl session of tho Grand AotIo which opons hero today. Tho greatest interest is manifostod in iho election of a now worthy grand president of tho national lodgo. It is bcliovcd that Henry D. Davis will probably bo elected, ns he has rocelvod pledges of support from many of the most important delega tions. Mr. Davis was candidate two years ago, but was defeated by Tim othy Sullivan of New York. Wanamakers Daughter Should Oo Dowa to Texas. Saratoga, N. Y., Aug. 15. Bookor T. Washington's appearance at dlnnor in tho great dining room of tho United States Hotel cnuscd a mild sensation nmong tho diners. Mr. Washington wns J tho guest of John Wanamakcr, former postmnstor-gonoral, and noted ns escort for Mrs. Barclay Wnrburton, Mr. Wan nmakcr's daughter, whllo Mr. Wana makcr walked ta tho tnblo with J. R. E. Roberts. Mr. Washington proaehed thrco times yestordny, first in tho Pros-' bytorlnn churchy then In tho Baptist church, and lato in tho evening in tho f African Methodist. SMYSER COULDN'T REACH W. K. ALLEN IS DEAD. ten's Manilla Hats Greatly dvced in P ice. All Sfoaw rts Exactly Half Pice. re making a general clean-up of many summer goods, sud it will pay f look them over. Good Wool Outing Suita reduced to 33.60. showing some great values in Men's Shirts at 35c. mo od lots from better lines. Men's Oxford Tiea Greatly Beaueea. 1 are somo special bargains in Ladles' Dross Goods on our 76c table kIgh grade and fabrics. ' yp& Planning to Colloct a Millica. - Buffalo, N. Y., August 15. Charles P. Norton, chancellor of the University of Buffalo, 1ms started an enorgetic campaign today for tho purposo of ob taining at loast half a million dollars for the purposo of extonding and im proving tho unlvorelty. He really hopes to collect a full million, but will bo satisfied If half that amount is con tributed. Tho objoct of the movement is to raiso tho university upon a higher lovel of efflcloncy and improve its char acter as an educational institution. Annlversay of Crimean Battle. Turin, Itnry, August 15. This is a great day for Turin, being tho fiftieth anniversary of tho battlo of Tchernayn, during tho Crimean expedition, in which about 15,000 Sardinian troops took part. King Victor Emanuel nr rived here this morning and was re ceived with great military nnd civil honors' Tho town Ik profusely decorat ed -and thousands of visitors aro throng ing tho streets. In tho afternoon thcro will ho a grand parade and a revlow of the fow survivors of the Sardinian corns umlor General LnMnrmora, Tho survivors of thnt battle, among them Senator and Genernl Bnva LoccarlB, former minister of war. Tbo Bcrsag lieri regiments of tho Italian army, or- ganued by Goneral LaMarmera, who saw tliolr chief servico in tho Crimean expedition will tnko tho most prominont part in tho colobrntion and wil) havo the pltico of honor in tho parado and review. Ono of the interesting histori cal features of tho parado will bo tho old battlo flags which will bo takon out of tho Royal Armory nnd cnrrlod in the procession. Invontor of Allen Fruitdrior Stricken at Newberg. Newberg, Or., Aug. 15.-William K. Allen, invontor of tho Allon fruitdrior, nnd for many years past closely identi fied with tho .fruit-ovaporating industry of tho Northwest, died nt his homo in Newberg Sunday night, nftor nn ill ness of throo weoks. Ho was nt tho head of tho Allen Evaporating Com pany, which ho organized, nnd which own? nnd! opomtMi largo ovnporatlng plants in Orogom nnd Eastern Washing ton nnd Idaho. Mr. Allen was aged 72 years. Ho leaves a. Tridow, four sons. O. V., O. II., H. F. nnd W. O. Allonj who havo bocn associated1 with at ki in business, nnd a daughter Mrs. 0, IX Mctcnlf, of En go no. Grango Day at Thousand Islands Thousand Islands, N. Y., Aug. 16. Annual Grango day is observed here today In tho customary mannor. Tho principal speaker of tho day will bo tho Hon. W. F. Hill, mastor of the Pennsylvania Stnto Grange, who has just returned- from tho International Agricultural congress in Italy. Other speakers will bo tho non. G cor go H. Cobb, stato senator; Mrs. F. J. Bolton, nnd George A. Fuller. Yoshltana Dead. Tokio, Aug. 15. Baron Yosliitane, grand master of ceremonies at tho im perial court, is dead, Taggart Made Thirty Gallons of Punch for His . Wife's Party Woostcr, O., Aug. 15. Tho scono nt tho Minor's dinner, nt Leavenworth, at which Minor is accused of fcollng Mrs. Taggart 's leg was enacted in court this morning. Mrs. Taggart was put into a chair nt tho trial table, in the position sho occupied nt tho dinner. Smysor, hor attorney, sat in tho position occu pied by Minor. Tho demonstration was intended to show that Minor, in tho po sition ho occupied, could not havo reached benenth tho tnblo in tho man ner ho is said to havo dono without at tracting Captain Taggart 's attention. From tho Minor dinner tho cross-examination passed to tho cotillion given by Mrs. Taggart. Taggart had objootod to tho party, becnuso it would bo nocossary to invito Minor to stand in tho receiv ing lino, on account vt Ws position aa rest comntnrfder. Tnggnrt said his ob jections hud no weight, nnd ho said ho had nothing to do with' tho gucU Us mndo 30 gallons of punch, as n sonso of duty. His attitudo toward 's his wlfrt'n party, ho said, was ono of submission. Washington, Aug. 15. It is admittod nt the wnr department today that charges against Taggart havo been pending einco April. Chnrgca wcro preferred n yonr ago against Minor, but Woro dismissod by Jtho chief of staff. Taggart was tho complainant ngalnst Minor, and Minor against Taggart. Tho military Bocrotnry would say nothing of tho nnturo of tho charges, but said: "Tho charges Ugainst Minor havo boon considered nnd dismissed." Ho statod tho charges against Taggart wcro still pending and would bo considered priv ileged until tbo divorco enso was sot-tied. Opening Lands In Minnesota. St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 15. The books in tho local government land office woro opened today for tho entry of claims by Bottlers who wish to secure farms nnd homesteads on the 37,800 acres of land included in the White Earth, Red Lake, Fond du Lao and Chippewa reservations, opened to settle ment bv tho covornment. These lands are mostly fertile and are subject to homestead entry at $1.25 an acre. o To Prooecuto Jews. Breslau, Prussia, Aug. 15. A news ... i i...i -t (paper society uaa u?ou wphumju Blglow, where 40 Jewish houses tfere burned recently, making 400 Jews home less, to advocate persecution ' of the Jewsv N vkz4rfJ& &wed' &&&8ae &Y I Our home-made candies aro so I delightful to tho taste that If you I once bny of us, you will visit our I I stores often. I Zmn s I A Sagnhen Volcano. San Francisco, Aug; 15. A special dispatch to tho Chronicle from Reno, Nov., says A volcano throwing oil molten lava and' in active operation, has been discovered in Novada by cat tlemen of Iiovclock. Tho volcnno is lo cated in Rye Patoh, Humboldt county. Although the section has been traversed for years, the crater has just been miml fur Hm flru. tlmn Tim men woro in sou rch of cattle when thoy enrno up-1 on tho stream of lava, and, tracing it to its source, located the volcano. Tho rocks for some distance around were so hot that they could not be touched with j tho baro hands. Tho voleano is active1. This is attested by the fact that dis tinct rumblings accompany the flow of lava. oOftag rei&d&i Inland Lake Regatta. Oshkosh, Wis., Aug. 14. Today is the oponing day of the regatta under tho membors of the Inand Lake Yachting association and crock yachts and en thusiastic yachtsmen from various parts of Wisconsin and Illinois aro assembled hero to take part In the utirrlng events of the regatta week. Tho regatta will bo held on Lake Winnebago, which of fers excellent facilities for yacht ruo- ing. There are 21 yacht elubo that are members of tho Inland Lake Yatchtlhg association, among them the -Chicago Yacht club, the Columbia Yacht club, the Delavan Lake Yacht club, tho Lake Geneva Yacht elub, tho Milwaukee Yacht elub, the Oshkosh Yacht elub, tho Green Lake, Macatawa Bay, Pine Lake, Spring Lake, Pist&kee, Whito Bear Lake and -other prominent clubs. Tho association was organited in 1808 and two years ago made Oshkoab the permanent meeting and racing place, Bosidoa several former prlro winners a few new yachts of great speed have been entered and a highly spirited eon- teat is expected in tho sonteste for tha various classes. Public Demonstration Miss Isabella Haggorty, domonstrntor for tho famous HICKS DRESS SHIELDS Will be with us for ono wcok, beginning this morning. An Invitation Is oxtondod to tho ladies; of this city and vicinity to call and sue those nhiolds. Absolutely odorless when washed according to directions, TOMORROW ONLY WEDNESDAY BARGAIN SALE NO. 241. Wo havo boon fortunato enough to secure two cases more of tho flno lot of ' LONG CLOTH Much below its real worth wo, in turn, offer to you n great saving for our Wednesday special f Oc a yard, 12 yards for $.00 LIMIT ONE PIECE OP 12 YARDS TO A CUSTOMER, Ribbons Dread on ribbons in all now shades and designs, including the Alice Blue and Plum Shades, Nos. 22" to 80, Special price tbs yard 25 Shaded Ribbons and all new shades suitable for girdles and nock rib bons .'. 35 Persian and Roman Stripe Ribbons for stock collars. Collars mado free of chargo. From 40o to 75 Embroidery Specials 8 inch embroidery, regular 12e val uer Special ., (L4 Insertion, new patterns, regular Oo values Special ........ 4Va Gloves Gray and Black LIslo Gloves, regu lar $1.00 value. August Clearing Sole 084 Ladies' Bilk Glove, regular 60s val ue August Clewing Sale 254 LOOK! 115.00 SUITS FOR $7.60. If you"don't wear n now suit to tho Lewis and Clark Fair whpso fault is itt A an extra August Clearance Sale offoring we have tak en every line of the justly celebrat ed Bell System clothing that we considered extra good value at $15 and marked tbcm one-half 97.GO Special prices still eontiuuo on the balance of our clothlag. THERE WLL1. BE "BOMETHINO DOINQ" IN SHIRTS TIES WEEK Shoe Bargains Men who aro looking for some thing la a stylish Oxford at a mod erate prlco will bo surprised to boo what excellent shoes we can supply at a modest price. (3.50 values in Pateat, "Vie!, Tan or Velour leathers in newest styles, no reserve: August clearing price S2.G5 . LADIES' TAN OXFORDS AND BOOTS without roservo, rqgular $3.60 yalue. August clearing price 2!i2 - m 1 ;-i i g& WirV.