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OKEOOX CITY ENTKK PKISR, FKM DAY, FEUHUAKV 10, 1911.
OREGON CITY MUST BE MISREP
RESENTED FOR TEN LONG
YEARS. DEPARTMENT SAYS.
TWO THOUSAND MORE PEOPLE HERE
CATTLE PROTECTED FROM DOGS.
I Proposed Law Provides License to
I Form Insurance Fund.
SALEM, Or., Fob. fi (Spl.l What
Is of the nature of a livestock Insur
ance to protect domestic animals
against dogs Is provided for In a bill
Introduced ! Senator Carson this
The hill requires a license of J2 on
all male doits and 3 on female dogs,
the money so derived to he placed In
a separate fund for payment of claims
iof those who have lost animals hy at
tack from do?s.
The Assessor of each county Is al
lowed 20 per cent for collection of
such license fees.
Than Enumerator Found and Counted
Prayers of Citizens Refused '
By the Department at
The United Slates Census Bureau
has refused to give Oregon City a re
count, on the grounds that the census
for Oregon and the country has been
reported to Congress as a basis for a
new congressional apportionment The
bureau gave Oregon City 42S7 people,
a gain of about 600 In 10 years and
the people of this city, through the
Commercial Club, filed a strenuous
protest with Congressman Hawley and
endeavored to obtain a recount, but
without success. It Is estimated that
the actual population of this city Is
In excess of 60fl, based upon the
school census taken list November,
and the enumeration of the city taken
under the direction of the city council
about one year ago, when more than
5000 wore reported.
It Is very probable that a recount
of the city will be taken through the
j Vote-Bjyers In Uncle Joe's Bailiwick
I Shiver Nervously.
J DANVILLE, 111.. Feb. $. tSpl.l
; The grand jury is reported to have
secretly found SO indictments for elec
tion frauds at Its recent session. In
addition there has been the Indict
ment of a score of politicians on charg
es of subordination of lerjury and per
jury, and the outlook for a man who
has sold his vote or purchased votes
Is very bad.
The effort to squelch matters be
cause of what the effect might be on
riu lo Joe Camion's .political life have
WANT THE TRADE
Don't Want to See Reciprocity
Eetv-een Canada and U. 5.
I.ONPOX. Feb. S.lSpU Lords
pnd Mi .isi rs are up In arms as to
what I he e'fect w ill be In case Presi
dent T.'.ft is successful In carrying
through bis re.-lproetty program. There
Is a divided sentiment as to what the
outcome would be in matters of trade
WRIT OF REVIEW
FAMOUS FIGHT FOR DEAD MAN'S
GOLD IS TAKEN INTO CIR
Kansas May Vote on Suffrage.
TOPF.KA, Kan., Feb. 8. The Kansas
Sennto passed the resolution today to
submit an ptucmlmciit to the constitu
tion giving women the right to vote In
all elections by a vote of 37 to IS.
The resolution had previously passed
DATE OF HEARING SET FOR MARCH 6 !
COUNTY WARRANTS ISSUED BY
COUNTY COURT FEB .2. 1911.
Portfand Attorney Appointed By Gov w Ml,((lHm
ernor West to Start Escheat
Proceedings on Behalf
of the State.
I .osier Ualley .,,
0. A. Hrown
Wm. Hammond S 15.00
Another chapter In the rase of the , Willamette, Hotel 3.26
estate of F. A. Williamson was opened j Kd llunis 6.00
accnev of th n.ililicilv detriment of aiil traffic between this country and
the Commercial Chili. Th matter t auadn. but whatever the outcome the
was a feature of Tuesday's meeting of
the committee and all of the members
present expressed dissatisfaction at
the results obtained by the govern
ment, and laid plans for a recount.
There Is a prospect of this being done
In connection with a firm of directory
publishers, who are contemplating the
publication of a directory for Clacka
politicans here do not look with favor
on the agitation.
WILL PROTECT DEPOSITORS.
The Cost to Banks in the State Will
MADISON. Wis.. Feb. 4. A bill pro
viding for the guarantee of bank de-
inclndine Oregon Citv. posits was introduced In the upper
In one volume. The publicity commit- House cf tne Legislature vesterua) o
tee s tentative plan Is to have some re- senator itwen.
liable persons take the census of the The bill has been agreed upon by
citv and then turn the Information the majority members of the loglsla-
over to the direeorv niiblishers for a ture. It provides that on the second
consideration. This scheme will re- Monday of next January all the state
lieve the publishers of the directory banks shall set aside an amount equal
from the labor of securing' a. list of to 1 per cent of their average da.'.y
the people residing in Oregon City and deposits for a fund, to be known as
will insure their accuracy. Secretary "depositors' insuran.-e fund." Every
Lazelle was authorized to take up the year thereafter they will be required
matter through the proper channels, to add to this fund one-tenth of ore
- : uer cent of the average deposits until
j the total fund equals 2 per cent of
; the average total deposits.
I It is expected that the guarantee
'fund will amount to J1.2C2.00O after
the first 1 per cent deposits have been
set aside for it, and to $2,500,000 when
, the full 2 per cent is piid.
j . REVOLUTIONISTS WIN.
Tuesday when Frnnk C. Hesse, a Port
land attorney, filed a motion for a writ
of review on the division of County
Judge lleatle, who, several weeks ago.
ordered the money belonging to the
estate turned over to .Mrs. Efflo 11.
Robinson, the administrator. It Is
contended by Mrs. Robinson that the
man whose body was found about
three years ago In the woods near Os
wego was her father, and that his
name was Williamson. Mr. Hesse pro.
duced a client named Bernhardt Halst,
who claimed the dead man was a rela
tive. Christian Halst by name. There
F. F. Seely. r...
F. J. Harkenrlder
S. A. D. Ilungnto
M. 11. Webster ..
O. Mlkkelson 17.40
F. W. tlreouman
W. F. Stanton 17.(0
J. F. Eckerson
J. T. Orake ..
P. E. Watts ..
1660 in gold In the pockets of cross 26.40
AT HIS POST OF DUTY
CAPTAIN EGGLESTON -YIELDS UP f Report From Seat of Trouble t0
KIS LIFE AT THE END OF A Be Credited.
D1,ex aocco WASHINGTON. Feb- 4 The revo-
BUSY CAREER. lutlonists in Haytl, according to a
j rumor which reached Fort Au Prince.
(the capital of the country, have cap-
SALEM, Or.. Feb. 4. (&pl. Ren- tured Fort Liberty. Oanamlntat and
resentative M- F. Eggleston of Jack- Trou. This Information was conveyed
son county died unexpectedly at the I to the State Department today In a
Willamette sanatorium in this city at telegram from American Minister Fur
12:20 o'clock this morning. Captain j niss at Port Au Prince.
Eggleston had been absent from his. Two Ministers of the Haytien Cab
desk in the house during this week ; inet. the Minister adds, have left the
and part of last and It was known that capital to lead the government forces
his illness was serious, but his death against the revolutionists. The Sere
was unexpected. j tary of War has departed from Port
A committee has been named by ' Au Prince on a gunboat with troops
Speaker J. P. Rusk to accompany the ' 'or Gonaivea and the Secretary of the
remains of the departed member to . Interior is on his way to Cahobas.
Ashland this evening, where the fu-
neral will take place at z o'clock Sun-j CALLS HARD NAMES
day. The members of the committee .
are Representatives Bonebrake of . As He Tells on the Senate Floor of
Benton, Westerluild of Jackson, Peter- Rottenness,
son of Umatilla, Brownhill of Yamhill, WASHINGTON, Feb. 3. (Spl.)
Smith of Josephine, Neuner of Doug- Senatoi Rot made an attack on Sen
las and Carter of Clackamas. The ator Lorlraer today that caused the
desk of Mr. Eggleston in the house very walls of .Congress to rock on
is draped with crepe and flowers. 1 their base. Root left no doubt as to
Resolutions in honor of the departed his belief In the crookedness of Lorl
member will be adopted by the house mT and the rottenness of the cam-
upon convening next Monday morning, paign that culminated in his election,
and a short adjournment will be taken. ! Old Senators plead at Root's con
Representative Eggleston was about 'elusion for some one to answer him
60 years old. He was born In Indiana. : and remove the stain from the State
He was raised on a farm and at the . as well as her representatives. Some
age of 19 received an appointment at ' say there can be no answer, and yet
large to the United States military j many excuses were offered.
academy at West Point. j
He graduated from that institution LUMBER INTERESTS PROTEST.
In 1877. Was commissioned a lieu-1
tenant In the cavalry branch of the 'Don't Want Reciprocity and Want
army, and up to 1889, when he re-' Committee to Know Why.
signed from the service, he did duty I WASHINGTON, Feb. 3. (Spl )
on the southwestern frontier and in i The lumber interests of the West and
the Indian territory as a troop com- j tne paper maufacturing Interests of
mander, engineer officer, staff officer Oregon have entered protest against
and on special duty as Judge advocate. ' reciprocity that shall take from them
any portion of the protection that the
CAUGHT IN ELEVATOR. lumber and wood pulp Interests now
i enjoy as against the Canadian big
Plight of Senator Calkins and His lumber and forest interests.
Daughter Made Serious. I What is asked, in case reciprocity
SALEM, Or., Feb. 6. (Spl ) Sen- is to cut a wide swath, is that rep
ator Calkins and hlB daughter, Jessie, resentatives from the Northwest coun
had a narrow escape on the antiquated try may be given time to get on the
State Capitol elevator this morning, ' ground to represent their Interests at
when the elevator went beyond con-1 the final nearing-
trol, shooting into the roof with a loud i
crash. BLIZZARD STRIKES EAST.
They were compelled to crawl I
through a small space into the dome ' Surface Lines Snowbound, Trains De
of the building. As the only other ex-i laved and Deaths Result-
it from the cupola was locked, the! CHICAGO, Feb. C (Spl.) The
Senator and bis daughter w ere com-! East and Central West is today burled
pelled to remain in the dome and deep in snow. The storm that struck
Williamson or Halst, but Mrs. Kobln
son, through Attorney J. H. Hitching,
beat Hesse to it. The Vase was In the
county court for more than two years
and Judge Plmlck finally decided that
neither claimant was entitled to thr
money and revoked the letters of ad
ministration Issued to Mrs. Robinson.
The case was taken to the Circuit
Court on a writ of review and Judge
Dlmlck was sustained.
Soon after Judge Rcatle assumed
his office, he set aside the decision of
.ludce Dlmlck, on the ground thnt the
statute had rot been complied with
and ordered the money, a balance of
J.'lM f!' turned over to Mrs. Robin
son. Whereupon Hesse obtained a
special appointment from Governor
Oswald West to start suit for the
escheatnient of the money to the state
Hesse filed the papers Tuesday and
Judge Campbell has set March 6 as
the date of the hearing. Countv
Clerk Mulvcy. Mrs. Robinson and Fred
Hargreaves. administrator cf the es
tate of Bernhardt Haist. now deceised,
are made defendants to the suit, tne
county clerk having custody cf the
records In the entire rase.
The efforts of Attorney Hesse to
prevent Mrs. Robinson from enjoying
possession of the money will he bitter
ly resisted bv Attorneys Hitehlngs and
Gilbert L. Hedges, of this city.
(i. M. 11. Jonea 25.20
Mrs. J. M. Ingllsh 3.80
C. 11. Hanson 3.00
W. 11 Counsel! 3 40
S. R. Green 9.20
M. Si re jo 7.60
,Ioe Thomas 8.00
G. At wood. '. 3-4 J
H. G. At wood 3.80
S. M. Hayes 3.60
F. M. Ambler
, Fashlou Livery Stable
'.I. D. Chltwood
It. H. Tabor
6.00 ! J
J. V. MeAuiilly 1.20
Jo Martinis 1.70
M, Justin l.oo
John Woodtich 1.70
Philip Zuunvch 1.70
I). C. Frost 10.40
W. V. Smith 1.40
V. M. -Darling 1.20.
A. O. A llilrlch 1.20
F. C. Hurke 1.20
V, U. Cooko 3.10
Murk '& McKlfntrlok $10.00
R. T. Muss 48.80
It. W. linker 5.75
J. O. Stalls 4.00
Chaa. F. Kly ' 14.00
F. A. Miles Bi.no
Goo. A. Urowu 11,70
W. U Mulvey 5.00
Extending Tax Roll.
Geo, F. Johnson $ 2 1.00
Una Uoiiner 68.26
Mary Mitchell . 60.25
Myrtle Cross r,(t,as
Elaine King 60.25
Maudo Moran 56.25
U. 11. Pratt 02.50'
Gilbert U Hedge $ 10.00
L R. Williams 9.40
Margaret C. Mulvey 00.00
Glass & I'ruilhoiittiio $ 27.75
Gilbert U Hodges t M.35
lr. Thou. J. Pox 33.73
L. II. Wang 1.20
F. M. Roth 1.20
A. T. Murdy 1.20
W. G. Mastorson 1 20
C. llulrn.i 1.20
W. Evans 1,20
W. II. Lucko 1.70
J. S. Dick 1.70
II. A. Dedinan 1.70
('. I). Cordon 1.70
W. O'Mtilley 1.70
,F. A. Knight 1.70
I Dr. II. S. Mount 12.00
1 Hurry E. Draper 120?
i -... v ftV l.
INFORMATION by TELEPHONE
nEOPLE are not leaving so much
to chance in these days of universal
telephone service. Instead of risking dis
appointment they telephone and get
Will school he held on a stormy morniug. will your
friends he m if you call, what does the weather man predict
and when d.ej the train leave are samples of myriads of
questions constantly passing over the wite, and heing
answered hy the proper authorities.
Th re are also questions to he asked ahout the tele-
1hone service, how somchody can he reached over the Hell
,ong Distance Telephone and what it will cost, and similar
questions, which arc being answered hy the information
C 41 ac'c Te'ePhne and Telegraph Co.
Every Hell Telephone Is the Center of the System
1 loo. lliKham
J I). Hutler
W. W. II. Samson
GENERAL CRONJE DEAD.
Famous General of the Boer
Meets Defeat in Death.
KIFRKSPOUP. S. A . Feb. 4 Plet
Cronje, distinguished general of the
Boer army In the South African war
died here today. He was 73 years old
and had lived in retirement since his
surrender to the British at Paarde
her? In 1900.
Cronle was one of the most pictur
esque fighters in the war that ended
in England's assimilation of the Trans
vaal. He conducted a brlllant and
desperate campaign at the head of ("has. Freeman
10.000 men until driven to bay by the
British in overwhelming numbers un
der Kitchener and Roberts.
In a fierce engagement, with Cronje
at Paardeberg, on February lti, 19'"
the British casualties amounted to
1100. Two days later. Lord Roberts
demanded Cronje's surrender, but the
Inttnr rofnspd Crnnto also derlineil
Roberts' offer of safe conduct for the.' Judl
women and medical aid.
On February 27, however, his sup
plies having been cut off, and his army
being reduced to 4000 men, Cronje
was finally compelled to make an un
GILL SNOWED UNDER.
Women of Seattle Vote to Oust Him
SEATTLE, Wash.. Feb. 7. (Spl.)
The women cf Washington today vot
ed to recall Mayor Gill- He was elect
ed by 3!!00 plurality and recalled by
4000, and as the women have come
into the ballot between times It Is
natural to .give credit to the women
for the victory.
Gill's downfall seems to be associat
ed with his allegiance to Chief of Po
lice Wappensteln, whose record has
not been above reproach for some
time. It was a victory for the women
Ceo. A. Urown 61.50
F. Mallett 4.50
W. H. Cooke 1 "0
W. II. Cooko 1.70
Antone Welse 10
C. McKlntils 1.70
J. Ferguson 1.7
W. W. Smith l.'O
Chas. dray 1.7J
pir. Mount 1.70,
Ilr. Stewart l-iO
Mrs. c;. S. Freeman 1.70
Levada Freeman 1.70
Mrs. McCoy l.iO
EEHa Armstrong 1-7
Mamie Armstrong 1.70
A. K. Ford 170
L. Stlpp 1-7"
J. C. Palmer 5.50
Geo. Palmer 5.50
EEUIs Ridings a.bO
II. Kylo 6-50
Ole L. Teelo 5.50
O. Lucht 5.50
H. H. Johnson 1.70
W. L. Mulvcy 1-70
F. C. (lurk 1-2
H. Amine 1-0
J. L. Swufford 1.20
Ceo. Hakel 1-2"
O. W. P. DIVISION
Between Portland snd Oregon
F. A. Kly
R. W. Haker ....
W. W. Myers . . .
W. II. Trembath
C. A. Stuart ....
T. T. Patikey ...
C. P. McKlunls .
II. B. Hambo ...
Dr. II. S. Mount 15.00
Keck MeElfatrlck $ 2.00
County Assesior. '
Clara Mitchell I 48.no,
County Surveyor, j
1). T. Melilrutn t 25.oo
Paul Dunn 17.on
2 urt ' J. J. Toban
j .0 i A. W. Mead
j o I Current Enponie.
I ;n Oregon City Com. Co
j 20 Irwin Ilixlson Co
Pacific States Tel. Co
Homo Tel. Co
Huntley Urns. Co
V. Han in f
Clarence Simmon . ,
tiliis Prtiilhommn 411.00
Frank Mattoon 43.00
K. T. Mas I121.5S
33 95 '
It. II. Iteutlii 2d. 00
II. A. Wnldron 13.20
Fsfiicmlit Mercantile Co 3.00
F. T. Mai low 1 l.t
. (Continued on Pbro 0 )
A GOOD REASON
; Oregon City People Can Tell You Why
It Is 80.
IVnn'H Kidney pill cure the rtiiinn
of illfni, and tbut la why the cure
nr iil ay Instlug Thl remedy
NtreiiKthfii and lone up Ihn kidney
helping llii'iii to drive out of the body
the lbUld polnotis that nu mo back
ache, hxiiiliit-hii ntul it Int r.nnl n it kid'
tier mid urltmry roiupliilnl. Oregon
V Harris . I 35 ' "v I'""!1'" temlfy 10 ortnnrienl rtiren.
' Jnuien Wllklimon. 20 Fourteenth
j. r. rt"vii'7 , ,
C. It, Thorpe ,
Mrs. A (i. (in! imp ....
Sam Smith 10.no
Hud Thompson 17.0o .Clty of Oregon City 6.00
Harry Ciray ll.oo'w. H. H. Hughe 20.00
Fruit Inspector. j J. Illckner & Sou 10 00
A. J. Lewi f 30 00 j L Adams 14 25
Board of Health. j Mrs. Hose Nehren 31.00
C. A. Clark $ 3(1.00 Parr llro
C. II. Dauchy 23.95 ; Ceo. K. Oglesby ,
St., Oregon City. Ore., sny: "I had
liiii'kni he and pilu In my loin and
$.10.30 could not dlcep Hell t night. There
II jo wn a Mtlffuen III my limb nml other
symptom or kium y imunin were 111
evidence llelng advised to try Ioaii'N
Kidney PHI I did ho and wa grati
fied by their prompt nen In relieving
me Although t am In my evintlith
year, I mil I111I0 and hearty, and I give
Ikian Kidney Pill the credit."
For sain by all dealer. Prlco 50
cent Foster Mllburn Co., Ilutfalo,
New York, sole ngciit for the I'nlled
lliunember the nntiie lknn' mid
take nu other,
POWERS TO FIGHT PLAGUE.
shout for several minutes before aid
NO SPECIAL SESSION NEEDED.
this city has filled the streets and
stooped transportation on surface
roads, and the elevated train service
is not much better.
The whole East Is feeling the effects
SALEM, Of., Feb. t (Spl.) Ore-! of the Btorm but this city is In the
gon's third Congressman, provision for center of the snowfall and the cold
whom will.be made by Congress uu-1 wave. There have been cars stalled
der the recent census, will probably be ! and unable to move and four ai e
elected by the State at large, for the : known to have perished In the cold
first term at least. It is unlikely that and snow.
the legislature in its present session j
will take any action upon any Congres-1 a Beautiful Woman
slonal redistriclment, as only a provi-: Must have a beautiful skin. Dr. Bell's
sional bill could be enacted. When 1 Antiseptic Salve removes pimples,
approached on the subject Governor black heads, chaps and roughness,
West could see no reason for a spe- leaving the skin smooth. Try it on
cial session for the redisricting of our guarantee. Geo. A. Harding, Drug
the State. gist.
Saturday the last day of the Big Sale
Anything in the Fut niter e Line
Can be found at this store on Main Street,
Between Fifth and Sixth. A lull line ot
Dishes and Household goods. :: :: :: ::
Remember the last day of the sale is Saturday
ANYONE WANTING BARGAINS PLEASE OAU EARLY
Nations May Join in Effort to Free
China From Disease.
WASHINGTON. Feb ,1 Plans have
been made to put the Public Heal'h
and Marine Hospital Service Into the
field In China to stamp out the plague,
If the Chinese government should re
It was learned today that lnrormai
oxchanges on the Bcrlousness of th.
situation have been made between rep
resentatives of some of the Euro
pf.an powers and ,ne Possibility h 'a
been discussed of having the marine
hospital service Join with the Army
medical forces of the European na
Oregon Postmasters Appointed.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 3. The Presi
dent today nominated the following
Oregon postmasters: James S. Van
Winkle. Albany, present Incumbent;
John M. Parry, Moro; Andreas L.
KILL THE GERMS.
That's the Only Way to Cure Dindruff
and Parisian Sage is the Only
Parisian Sage soaks Into the scalp,
and when It reaches the roots of the
hair It not only kills every dandruff
germ, but It supplies the hair with
Just the right kind of nourishment to
put vigor and strength into It and
make it grow.
Parisian Sage Is the most delight
ful hair dressing In the world, and Is
not sticky or greasy. Use It one week
and you will never give It up.
Parisian Sage Is guaranteed by
Huntley Bros.' Co., to stop falling hair,
to cure dandruff, keep hair from fad
ing, to stop Itching of the scalp, or
money back. Price 50 cents a large
bottle. The girl with the Auburn hair
is on every bottle.
Leave"; Arrlvo : ' Leave jrrlv-
T. I O
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2 : c j r ; o 52
c 1 (8 I 5 K
a . c 2 5 o $
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3 j O j C, j Cv O
! 4.uu 527 5.40 i 6.40 M5 6.45
6 30 7.22 7.30 ; 6.20 6.26 7.20
7.00 7.52 a.00 ii 6.501 6.67 7.50
7 30 8.22 8 30; 7.30 7.37 8 30
8 00 8 52 9 00 8.00 807 9.00
8 30 9 22 9.30 8.30 8.37 9.30
9 00 9.52 10.00! 9.00 9.07 10.00
9 30 10.22 10,30 9.30 9.37 10.30
10 00 10 52 11,00 :l 10.00 10.07 11 00
10.30 11.22 11.30! 10.30 10.37 11.30
11.00 11.52 12.00 11.00 11.07 11.69
11.30 12 22 12.30 11.30 11.37 12.30
12 00 12.52 1.00 12.00 12.07 1.00
12.30 1.22 1.30 1 12.30 12.37 1.30
1.00 1 52 2 00 1.00 1.07 2.00
1.30 2 22 2.30 1.30 1.03 2.30
2,00 2.62 3.00 2.00 2.07 3.00
2.30 3.22 3.30 2.30 2.37 3.30
3.00 3.62 4.00 3.00 3.07 4.00
3.30 4 22 4.30 3.30 3.37 4 30
4 00 4 62 5 00 4.00 4.07 5.00
4 30 5.22 5.30 4.30 4,37 5.30
6.00 6 52 6.00 6.00 5.07 6.00
5.30 6.22 6.30 6.30 6.37 6.30
6.00 6.52 7.00 6.00 6.07 7.00
6.30 7.22 7.30 6.30 6.37 7.30
7.00 7.52 8.00 7.00 7.07 8.00
7.30 8 22 8.30 7.30 7.37 8.30
8 00 8.52 8.5.r. 8.00 8.07 9 00
8 30 9.22 9.25 8.30 8.37 9.30
9 00 52 9 55 9.03 3.07 10 00
9.30 10.22 10.25! 10.33 1 10.37 11.00
10.00 10.52 10.55 I 10.03 1 10 07 11.0(1
10.30 1 11.22 I 11.25 l 11.33 11.37
11.00 I 11 52 1 11.55 l 11.03 I 11.07 11 .69
11.30 1 12.22 1 12.25 1 12.33 12.37 I . . . .
12.001 12 46112.60 I 11.65 1 1 .67
I H 12.B0 12.65
To Mllwaukle only.
Trains for Falrvlew, Troutdale
Gresham, Horlng, Eagle Creek, Eats
cada and Cazadero and intermediate
7:16. x8:02. 9:06. xl0:06. 1:05
3:05. x4:05. 6:05. x6:05. 7:05
x Gresham. Falrvlew and Troutnaie
NOTE: Cars leave East Water and
Morrison streets 6 minutes later than
scheduled from First and Alder Sta
of oil kinds for sale
at the Electric Store
TRY AN ELECTRIC HEATER
Portland Railway, Light
and Power Company
7th and Alder