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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1903.
BUYS RIVAL BOATS
A CAPTIVATING SMILE
Is onlr possible when the teeth are In perfect condition.
"W correct nil errors, extract or fill teeth without caus
ing the slightest pain. Scientific crown and brlJgework.
AV'e slimy work to rave a tooth. Only graduate dentists
employed. Call and Investigate our methods.
DR. B. E. WRIGHTS gpk
342K Washington, Cor. Seventh
Cor.i!fftlon Free, Pees Iteaaonnble.
SCHOONER ANITA PREPARING FOR A PHILIPPINE CRUISE.
White Collar Line Sells to
H. C. Campbell, Trustee.
ONE COMPANY FOR UPPER RIVER
DR. B. n WRIGHT. OIHct hours: g A. it.- to i M.: Ten!ns. 7:J0 to S3;
Graduate Iowa Quite Untr. Sundays. 10 A. M. to 12 M. Telephon North TlTL
Colombia River -t Northern Ilnll.
road, the I'nrchiMcr, Will Alio
Balld a Fine Simmer for
H. C Campbell, trusts, yesterday pur
chased the Columbia River boats of the
White Collar line, and In the future only
one company will operate on the river be
tween Portland and The Dalles. Tho Co
lumbia River & Northern Railroad Com
pany, of which JIr. Campbell is general
manager, already owns the Regulator line
of boats. 'Whether the boats Just purchased
will be turned over to the Columbia River
& Northern or to The Dalles, Portland &
Astoria Navigation Company, the Regu
lator line, will be decided by the board of
The White Collar steamers Involved In
the purchase are the Bailey Gatzert. Ta
homa. Astorlan. Metlako and Telephone.
The Bailey Gatzert has been on the As
toria route, the Tahoma and the Metlako
on The Dalles run. The Astorlan has been
laid up and the old Telephone, having sur
vived her usefulness, has been out of ser
vice for some time. The White Collar
people had Intended to give her a new hull
and new machinery, and It Is probable the
new owners mill carry out their plans. The
deal also Includes the transfer to Mr.
Campbell of two fine sets of new machin
ery all ready to be Installed into boats.
The engines, which" were built at the Du
buque Iron Work In Iowa, are stored at
the Overland warehouse. One is a IS-inch
cylinder. S-foot stroke, the other 16-lnch
cylinder. 7-foot stroke. What disposal will
bo made of this machinery has not yet
The p' ns cf the new company, as al
ready a--v-tl upon. Include the building of
a fine nev. xisscnger steamer for the Port-land-Dall.
. route, and the conversion of
the Rcgul tor and the Bailey Gatzert Into
oil-burners. The new steamer, which will
be ready for service by the opening of the
Lewi and Clark Centennial, will cost
J100. and will be sveond to none In the
Wer in point of speed and equipment.
The overhauling of the two principal
boat that the company now possesses,
the Gatzert and the Regulator, will begin
without delay. The latter Is already on
the ways, and the Gatzert will be hauled
out soon. The other boats of the line will
probably also be changed to oil-burners.
The steamers Tahoma and Metlako were
laid off festerday, and when the Bailey
Gatzert returns to her dock from the As
toria run this morning she will also go out
of .ervice for the time being. In her place
on of Jacob Kamm's boats will be put on
this morning. The office and wharf of the
Regulator line at the foot of Oak street
will be given up, and hereafter all steam
ers for the Upper Columbia will start from
the foot of Alder street, to which place
the offices of the Regulator line will be
The steamer Bailey Gatzert Is one of the
famous sternwbeelera of the West, and
has done much to popularize the scenic
route of the Middle and Upper Columbia.
Every Sunday In 4he Summer season for
years she has carried her limit of pas
senger capacity in excursions to the Cas
cades and The' Dalles. The other boats
purchased by Mr. Campbell are smaller,
but are, with the exception of the Tele
phone, very serviceable craft.
As for the future of the Columbia River
& Puget Sound Navigation Company the
White Collar line Its officials refuse to di
vulge their plans beyond saying that they
will continue to operate the steamer Flyer
on Puget Sound. As for business on the
Columbia and Willamette Rivers, they are
out of it.
The Columbia River & Northern Rail
road Company was incorporated a year
ago to build the road from Lyle to Golden
dale. Its officers are: Rufus Mallory,
president; H. L. PIttock. vice-president:
EL E. Mallory. secretary: H. W. Corbett,
C. F. Swlgert Milton W. Smith, W. B.
Ayer and Charles Cogswell, directors.
STEAMER BRUNSWICK WRECKED.
Goes Ashore on Mendocino Const anil
May He a Total Wreck.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 9. The steamer
Brunswick. Captain Hammer, is a wreck
on south Reef at Fort Bragg, on the Men-
ocmo Coast. She went ashore in the
gale of last Saturday night and It In not
probable that the vessel or any p.art of her
cargo will be saved. All the members of
the crew got safely ashore.
The Brunswick, which Is under charter
to the Union Lumber Company, left San
Francisco Friday night for Fort Bragg.
She arrived there "Saturday, and, after
landing her passengers and discharging
part of her cargo, a terrific gale blew up.
The Brunswick, It is reported, broke her
moorings and drifted onto the reef, where
ehe was buffeted all night by the hurri
cane, her crew being forced to abandon
Fort Bragg la an open roadsted and ves
sels are obliged to He off the shore fast
to heavy mooring lines and their cargoes
are carried to them on overhead trolleys
from the bluffs of the coast line. Th
Brunswick was fast to the moorings andi
jiaa taxen on part of her load when a'
j heavy swell rolled In from the ocean and
' In the pitching of the vessel the mooring
lines parted. Before the steamer's en
gine could be started, she was carried up
on the rocks of the beach. A hole was
soon pounded through the planks of the
hull and all efforts to save" her were
useless. The men of her crew scrambled
ashore through the turf and little was
saved from the vessel.
The Brunswick Is among Ihe latest type
of steam schooners on the Coast. She
was built in 1S38 at North Bend, Or., and
has a displacement of 436 tons gross. She
was owned by C A.. Hooper & Co. She
carried a crew of about 16 men.
FIRE IN SHIPS' HOLDS.
Englishman Invents a, New Way of
United BUtes Consul F. W.- Godlng, at
Newcastle, England, write to the State
Department, under date of December 8, as
"It Is well known that fires on board
a ship are most difficult to contend with:
it is next to impossible to find the actual
location, there Is danger of suffocation In
any attempt to go below, and a Are In the
center of the cargo cannot be reached;
"The heating of coal cargoes has caused
the loss of many ships, and there has been
little chance of coping with such a condi
tion except by discharging a portion of
the cargo and flooding the hold with water
which Is often Impossible. '
"Dr. I E. Eames. of this city, has
evolved a system for using gas, for which
he claims the following:
"First It will check spontaneous com
bustion where there are evidences of heat
ing. "Second It will extinguish fire If It has
"Third It will prevent the occurrence
of an explosion from a mixture of gas and
"By his method the air in a ship's hold
Is rapidly mixed with a sufficient supply
of gas to make It efficient In arresting a
heated condition, the gas being absolutely
"The apparatus consists of a fairly
water-tight wooden box or trough, built
on the floor of each hold, at the lowest
.point, and as near the center between th.
pared for her oyase. The schooner 1.
bulkhcads as Is convenient (In coalbunk
ers at the bottom toward one side), and
a small pipe leading from the", deck to
this trough. In coalshlps the thermom
eter tube may serve for the purpose, and
when the ship Is carrying a general cargo
the tube may remain a permanent fixture.
The trough is filled with a few tons of
material about one-half as bulky as coal.
This, with some gallons of an easily
stored liquid, comprises the entire outfit.
The entire cost of fitting a ship with ap-.
paratus sufficient for charging the hold
six times Is estimated at $100. As the
material does not deteriorate with age or
exposure to the action of salt water, it
may be carried for years, yet is always
ready for use In case of emergency."
GALE OFF THE COAST.
Severe Storm No Doubt Raging, hnt
No Report of It Received.
There is no doubt that a severe storm
has been raging off the coast, but no re
port of It has reached the Weather Offlco
from the North Head or Tatoosh stations,
as the wires have been prostrated. At
Portland the wind reached a maximum
velocity of.32 miles an hour at 4 A. M.
yesterday, as Veglstered by the Weather
Bureau Instruments. Some of the gusts
were even stronger, and probably reached
as high as 40 or SO miles. The gale was
general throughout the North Pacific
States, the wind reaching a maximum
velocity of 31 miles at Seattle. 2S miles at
Walla Walla, 36 miles at Spokane, and 2S
miles at Pocatello.
Forecast Official Beats sent out storm
warnings Saturday to all coast points In
his district, and It is believed they were
generally heeded, as no disasters to outward-bound
shipping were reported.
The rainfall has not been heavy so far
In fact. It has been much less than would
be expected with the storm conditions
prevailing. There Is some fear along
Front street of another -freshet, but high
water Is not likely to come unless there Is
plenty of rain In addition to the warm
chlnook wind. In that event the river Is
sure to rise, as a great deal of snow fell
at the headwaters during the recent cold
Operations' Uncovered at San Fran
cisco. SAN FRANCISCO Feb. 9. The opera
tions of an oplum-smuggllng ring, which
is said to have Its headquarters at Se
attle, have been uncovered In this city,
and one of the gaps has narrowly escaped
arrest. February 3 the Portland customs
officials notified Collector Stratton that
they had seized a trunkful of opium
which had been sent as baggage from Se
attle to Vallejo.- They gave the number
of the trunk check and said that when
they seized the trunk It contained 130 flve
tael cans of, opium, valued at about $1000
They left one tin of opium In the trunk
and sent It to Vallejo. The local customs
officials watched the trunk until it was
delivered to the room of E. M. Morgan
in this city. Morgan, who Is thought to
have been warned, was not on hand to re
ceive the smuggled stuff and has not been
The customs men believe that there Is a
ring of smugglers operating in this city,
and having men all along the coast from
Los Angeles to Seattle. .
GRAIN FLEET ACCUMULATING.
Eight Loaded Wheat Ships In the
The long spell of stormy weather on
the coast Is seriously interfering with
shipping; Eight grain vessels are at the
mouth of the river -waiting for an oppor
tunity to pass out. andthe number will be
Increased soon, unless the weather mod
erates and the wlndijianges. The storm
bound vessels are the iHerzogln Cecllle
Fulwood, Ventura. Norma. Martha Roux!
Desalx. Vllle de" St. -Nazaire and Emelle
The Herzogin Cecllle has been at Astoria
since January 26. The China steamer In
drasamha. Is still In the lower harbor.
She arrived down last Tuesday afternoon,
too late to pass, out on tho full tide that
day. Since thefi the high tides have been
after dark, and conditions have not been
favorable for the vessel to go to sea dur
ing the day.
Astoria Marine Notes.
A6TORIA.- Or.. Feb. 9.-Speclai.)-The
oak Umber from which a rudder stock for
the pilot schooner Joseph Pulitzer will be
made arrived from San Francisco this
morning on the steamer Elder. The work
of making a rudder is, progressing as rap
idly as possible, and the schooner will bo
ready to go Into commission again In a
The gasoline launch May. owned by the
Vendsyssel Packing Company, broke
loose from her moorings at Knappton dur
ing a heavy blow last night and- was
wrecked on the beach near there. The
house was carried away, and, as the craft
'T '0r lh" "e hemp.rrylnir trad,. I. on the way." at Supply's boatyard, on the East Side
to have a general overhauling, and besides will be copper-.beathed to save her bull from Injury from teredo,.
pounded hard on the beach. It Is feared
that her hull Is ruined, although the ma
chinery may be saved.
On AVednesday afternoon depositions
will be taken on board the French' ship
VHle de St. Nazalre, now In the lower
harbor. In the libel proceedings brought
against the vessel by The Dalles. Port
land & Astoria Transportation Company.
Captain M. D. Staples, the veteran bar
pilot, met with a very painful accident on
Saturday while In the pilot-house of the
tug Tatoosh. He was standing by the
wheel, which got away from the control
of the quartermaster, and one of the
spokes struck Captain Staples on the left
shoulder. The blow did not break any
bones, but made a very painful bruise that
will Incapacitate him for work for some
Advised to Sell Wreck.
Telegrams received by James Brown,
of San Francisco, managing owner of the
American bark Alex. McNeil, which was
wrecked recently on Prates reef on the
Asiatic Coast, from Captain Waldemar
Jorgensen, master of the bark, advise of
fering the wreck for sale at auction. The
Alex. McNeil was an old wooden vessel of
1123 tons register and was built In lfC3 at
Waldoboro, Me. Her length was 174.4, beam
36.3 and depth 23.4. Previous to leaving San
Francisco last Summer to load on Puget
Sound for Manila, the bark had been Im
proved at an expense of $0000, and nn' ad
ditional $300 was pent upon her before she
left Puget Sound. Her value, according
to James Brown, was about $11,000, and
there was no Insurance except upon the
one-eighth Interest owned by Captain
The wreck of the steamer Crescent City,
which can on Fish Rock, off the Mendo
cino roast, January 30, was sold for 3760,
A. W. Beadle, of Beadle Bros., being the
Tide Was Too Loir.
NEW YORK, Feb. 9.-The North Lloyd
steamer Kalserine Maria Therdsa, which
sailed this morning on a Mediterranean
cruise, passing out at 10 o'clock, turned In
the lower bay a'nd came back to Quaran
tine at 11:45 A. M. The captain reported
the tide In the lower, harbor too low for
his vessel to cross the bar. The steamer
put to sea again later In the day.
HnlIng (he Elmore.
Two barges have been .taken up to the
Yamhill River, where the steamer. Elmore
struck a snag and sank, and the disabled
i boat will oe raised and brought to this
' city In a few days. At present she Is
t obstructing navigation In the Yamhill and
; as soon as she Is out of the way the Modoc
j will be put on the Dayton route.
Indrnvelll Is En Ronte.
The Portland & Asiatic liner Indravelll
sailed from Yokohama for Portland Satur
1 day afternoon and Is due here on the 24th
I or 23th. She brings 3000 tons of freight.
. a good share of which is for the East, and
20 steerage passengers for Portland and
The Lairson Floated.
VINEYARD HAVEN. Mass.. Feb. 9.
The seven-masted schooner Lawson, which
ran on a shoal In Vineyard Sound, while
en route lumber laden from Newport
News, was floated uninjured.
Local United States Inspectors Edwards
and McDermott will Inspect the steamer
The Wlscombe Park, having completed
her wheat cargo at Oceanic dock, will
drop Into the stream today.
The Ocklahama, left down yesterday with
the Colema and on reaching Astoria with
her tow will come back to Westport for
the Joseph Russ.
The Rlversdale, loading wheat at
Oceanic dock, was the only vessel work
ing yesterday morning on account of the
storm. In the afternoon all the cargo
ships were busy.
The British ship Irby. now due with
general cargo from Shields, has been char
tered to load wheat for Australia, the rate
being 17s to Sydney with the option of
Melbourne at ISs.
California shipping Interests have re
vived the agitation for the establishment
of a lightship on the Mendocino coast,
generally regarded as the most dangerous
place south of Flattery. For 13 years
the Lighthouse Board has periodically
recommended the acquisition of such a
lightship, "but thus far nothing has been
, Domestic and Fore Inn Ports.
ASTORIA. Feb. 0. Arrived at 8 and left up
at. 8:30 A. M. Steamer Elder, from Ean Fran
cisco: arrived at 0:30 A. M. and left up at 12
IT. Steamer Prentiss, from Redondo; arrived
down at 12 M. German ship Emelle. Condi
tion of the bar at 4 P. M.. rough; wind south
west: weather Cloudy.
San Franclaco, Feb. 9. Arrived at 3:S0 P.
M. Steamer Columbia, from Portland. Sailed
Steamer San Mateo, for Ladysmlth; schooner
Fred J. Wood, for Fair Haven.
New York. Feb. 0. Arrlved-La Bretagne.
from Havre; Anchorla. from Glasgow.
Havre. Feb. . Arrlved-La Champagne,
from New York.
Southampton. Feb. 0. Arrived Kroontand.
from New York.
Tacoma. Feb. 0. Salled-Steamer City of
Puebla. for San Francisco.
Seattle. Feb. 9. Arrlved-Steamer City of
Puebla, from San Francisco; steamer Robert
Dollar, from San Francisco. Salled-Steamer
Senator, for San Francisco;" steamer Edith,
for San Francisco: steamer Farallon. for Skag
way: steamer Nome City, for Valdes.
BEATEN IN HORSE TRADE
Mike Campbell Snes Robert Will
iamson for KIOO.
A horactrader who recently made a deal
with Mike Campbell must now face a
damage suit for 3100. Robert Williamson
traded horses with Tommy Camphcll, the
ion of Mike Campbell, but the father
says the trade was not on the square, and
has entered a suit for damages.
Tommy Campbell had an old gray horse
which he drove to a mall cart. Being In
Uncle Sam's employ, and thinking that
his old gray horse did not hardly come
up to the .standard, Campbell suggested
a trade with Williamson. In the com
plaint It Is alleged that the terms of the
agreement were not lived up to. and that
the traders have been damaged to the
extent of 3100.
"I will give you a horse that will weigh
at least 1100 pounds, will be of a good
disposition and broken to drive." was
Williamson'-? bargain, but he asked 315
boot money between his horse and the old
Now Mike Campbell says that he told
Williamson that any trade he made with
the boy would first have to be submitted
to the approval of the father. He says
that while he was away Williamson col
lected the J15 boot money from his wife,
took the horse away and brought back a
horse that weighed between 700 and SCO
pounds, had a Dad disposition and was not
broken to drive. He thinks he Is entitled
to recover his 315. says he has been In
convenienced to the extent of 310, and asks
exemplary damages to make a total of
- WHO IS MISS DEAN?
She Complained That Loral Chinese
v Had Abducted White Child.
A Portland woman, named Virginia
Dean, has complained to the Federal au
thorities at Washington that a 3-year-old
white child Is In the possession of a Chi
nese .family In this city, and that an In
vestigation should be made. Attorney
General Knox wired United States Attor
ney Hall, on January 31. to look into the
matter, but noh!ng could be learned con
cerning Miss Dean and the baby.
As nothing was known at this end of
the line, the authorities at Washington
were asked to send particulars. A letter
was received by Mr. Hall yesterday stat
ing that Miss 'Dean had complained that
a white baby girl. 3 years old, called Ah
Lin. was being held by a Chinese family.
The letter stated also that Miss Dean
had been notified to call at Mr. Hall's of
fice and tcil what she knew about the
Miss Dean failed to put In an appear
ance yesterday, and. of course, nothing of
Miss Ah Lin could be learned. An effort
will be made today to locate Miss Dean,
and her complaint will be thoroughly
Burned With Molten Metal.
PUEBLO. Colo., Feb. 9. By Intensely
hot molten metal from a ladle, which
tipped over, J, Kupllck was killed and
seven men injured, three fatally. The ac
cident was caused by the chain of the
ladle breaking. But little metal spilled
on the men. and their Injuries consist
largely of Inhaling gases. The ladle Is a
huge affair on a track which takes metal
from the blast to the converter.
Fatally injured: Virgil Trine, foreman;
W. H. Hartman, John Leplch.
Injured. William Boylze, . Myers, .
Ellis, . Saunders.
Thomas Crowe was also painfully but
not dangerously burned.
Late tonight Hartman and Leplch died
at the hospital, and Trine was reported
to be In a. dying; condition. The other
Injured men will recover.
If Baby is Catting Teeth,
Be aura and us that old and well-tried remedy
Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup, for children
teething. It soothes the child, softens the rums,
allay all pain, cures wind colic and diarrhoea!
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT
PORTLAND. Feb. 0. 8 P. M. Maximum
temperature. 53; minimum temperature. 40;
river reading. 11 A. M., 0.7 feet; change In 24
hours. 0.5 foot: total precipitation. 5 P. M. to
5 P. M., 0.43 Inch; total precipitation since
Sept. 1. 1902. 30.30 Inehts; normal precipita
tion since Sept. 1. 1002. 2S.3S Inches; excess.
1.98 Inches: total sunshine Feb. 8. 2:19; pos
sible sunshine Feb. 8. 10:00; barometer (re
duced to sea level) at 2 P. M.. 30.01.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
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Walla Walla ....
38 0.0(1 11
40 0.00 12
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52 0.CX) 10
441 T li1
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Unusually stcnr.y condition prevail tn the
North Pacific States. No reports have been re
ceived from the coast stations, but the tales
at sea have undoubtedly been severe. The fol
lowing maximum wind velocities were reported
durlnr the last 12 hours: Seattle, 34 mllea.
from the .southeast: Portland. 30. southwest:
Walla Walla. 38. southwest: Spokane. 38.
BABIES JN FIRE
With Itching, Burning, Scaly
Find Instant Relief and
In Guticura Soap and Guticura
When All Other Remedies and
the Best Physicians Fail.
Instant relief and refreshing sleep
tor skin-tortured babies and rest for
tired mothers In warm baths with
Cuttenra Soap and gentle anointings
with Cutlcura Ointment, the great skin
cure, and purest of emollients, to be
followed in severe cases br mild doses
V0f Cutlcura Resolvent Pills. This is
the purest, sweetest, most speedy, per
manent and economical treatment for
torturing, disfiguring, Itching, burning,
bleeding, scaly, crusted and pimply
skin and scalp humours, eczemas,
rashes and irritations, with loss of
hair, of infants and children, a3 well as
adults, and is sure to succeed when all
other remedies and physicians fail.
Millions of the world's best people
now use Cutlcura Soap, assisted by
Cutlcura Ointment, for preserving,
purifying and beautifying the skin,
for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales
and dandruff, and the stopping of fall
ing hair, for softening, whitening and
soothing red, rough and sore hands, as
well as for all the purposes of the
toilet, bath and nursery. Thousands
of women unhesitatingly recommend
Cutlcura Soap, In the form of baths
for annoying Irritations, inflammations
and ehaAngs, or too free or offensive
perspiration, in the form of washes for.
ulcerative, weaknesses, and for many
sanative, antiseptic purposes which
readily suggest themselves. The sale
of Caticura Soap, Ointment and Pills
is greater than the combined sale of the
world's product of other skin remedies,
told la evety part of the world.
NOW is the season to clean up. It will cost
you no more to give the rooms the proper
treatment. We have both material and ability.
E. H. MOOREHOUSE & COMPANY
307 WASHINGTON STREET.
Building to be Removed
OUR WASHINGTON-STREET STORE WILL NOT HOLD
THE CONTENTS OP OUR MORRISON-STREET STORE.
Prices Cut One-Half Our Sacrifice Your Cain
SB Washlncton St..
Near Woodard. Clarke
southwest: Kallspell. 2S, west: Han. CO.
southwest, and Pocatello. s miles, from the
The. rainfall has been llcht and confined to.
the territory' alone the coast and to the Wil
lamette Valley and Sound country
Pronounced chlnook conditions prevail In the
rth Pacific States, and tho anow la fast
Tlx. Indications are for threatening weather,
with rain, Tuesday.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 23 hours
ending- at midnight Tuesday. February 10:
Portland and vicinity Cloudy, with occa
sional rain: southwesterly winds, diminishing.
W'estern Orecon and Western Washington
Cloudy, with occasional rain; southwesterly
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and
Idaho Rain or snow: high southwesterly winds.
EDWARD A. REALS. Forecast Official.
wnrranted SO years.
Nickel or Alnmlnnm
Finest Qunllty Crystnl $1.00
(Sold by other opticians for 12.50.)
We exchange glasses at any time In
two years free of charge.
We do the largest optical business In
Oreson because our patrons know they
are getting stood, square, honest treat
ment. OREGON OPTICAL CO.
173 Fonrtu Street. Near Yamhill.
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Marquam Grand Theater Caivln Helllg, Mgr.
One week, beginning Monday, February 0,
special engagement of FLORENCE HOUERTS.
aupporud by an excellent company. Monday
and Tuesday. Zaza." Wednesday and Thurs
day, "The Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch." Friday,
"Magda." Saturday matinee, "The Adventures
of the Lady Ursula." Saturday night, "Sapho."
Evening prices Lower floor, except last 3
mvts, SI: last 3 rows, 75c Balcony, first 6
rows, ?3c last C rows, 50c Rallery, 35c and
25c Boxes and logts. $1.50. Special matinee
prices Entire lower floor, 75c Entire balcony,
50c. Gallery, 35c and S5c
THE BAKER THEATER Phone North 1076.
GEO. L. BAKER, Manager.
A big success Crowded bouses.
Tonlgbt and every night this week, matinee
Ople Read's Character Gem,
The Baker prices never change Evening, 15e,
25c. 35c. 50c: matinee. 10c. 15c, 25c
Next week, starting Sunday matinee Will
iam Gillette's greatest comedy. "All the Com
forts of Home."
Tonight, last performance of
HARRY WARD'S.BIG MINSTREL COMPANY
A splendid coterie of minstrel magnates,
headed by the Exalted Ruler of the Lodge of
Merriment. Harry Ward. Watch for the street
parade and band contest.
PrlceJ 25 and 50 cents.
Next week "Human Hearts."
On Improved city and P.E.1'.; E""'"?
loana. Installment loans. WM. MACMASTEB,
111 Worcester block.
n '"easy monthlypyments.'00"
FRED II. STRONG, 103 3d st.
Cm Portland real estate at lowest rates.
Titles Insured. Abstract furnished.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.
T Chamber of Commerca.
Either of those new and elegant
dwellings altnnted on the northeast
corner of Twenty-flrat and Irvlnjr
street, ore now offered for sale, by
PARRISH, W ATKINS & CO.,
250 Alder Street.
Newcastle Lump, $0.50 per ton delivered.
Xeweastle Nnt, $5.50 per ton delivered.
Wellington, Kemmertr, Anatrnllnn,
Cannel and other high-grade domes'
tic and foreign coals.
PACIFIC COAST CO.
H. L. Murton, Agent
240 Washington St. . Tel. 228.
SOD Morrison SL
Near Meier & Frank Co.
ACCTIO.V SALES TODAY.
At Baker's, cor. Alder and Park. Sale at 10
A. M. Ga. Baker & Co.. auctioneers.
At Gllman'a auction rooms. -111-413 Washing
ton st.. at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. N. Oilman,
MEETING NOTICES. .
ATTENTION, KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF
THE MACCABEES AND FRIENDS. Portland
Tent. No. 1. will give the third of tts series
of dances at Burkhardt Hall, Wednesday. Feb
ruary 11. Come and bring your friends. Good
A. & A. S. RITE. OREGON
LODGE OF PERFECTION.
NO. 1. Special meeting this
evening at 8 o'clock. Work tn
4th. 5th and 6th degrees. By
order VEN. MASTER.
MULTNOMAH COUNCIL. NO.
1481. ROYAL ARCANUM. Reg
ular meeting this (Tuesday)
evening. Auditorium Hall, at S
o'clock. All members and vis
itors cordially Invited.
JERRY BRONAUGH, Sec
ELLISON ENCAMPMENT. NO. 1. L O. O.
F. Regular meeting this (Tuesday) evening,
Feb. 10. at 7SM o'clock. Royal purple degree.
Visitors welcome. A. ANDERSON, C. P.
E. E. SHARON. Scribe.
GENERAL LONGSHOREMEN'S UNION,
LOCAL 2C5. Special meeting next Thursday,
7:3D P. M.. at Union Hall, Stark st.
MEETING NOTICE TO LOCAL NO. 87.
Special meeting of Interest to members Satur
day evening at S o'clock. By order of the
COtrRT PACIFIC 124T. INDEPENDENT
ORDER OF FORESTERS. Regular meeting
this (Tuesday) evening at 8 o'clock. All mem
bers) are requested to attend. By order
J. N. PENNOCK. R. S.
PANCK In this city. Feb. 9. 1003. at the
family residence. 3(10 22d st.. Otto Panck,
aged 41 years. Funeral notice hereafter.
CRANSTON Feb. 7, at SUao. Mexico, Laura
Alden Cranston, beloved wife of Bishop Earl
Cranton. Interment at Cincinnati. O.
JACKSON The funeral of Clara V. Jackson
will take place from the chapel of J. P Fin
ley & boa today at 2 P, M. Friends Invited.
Services at the grave private.
BERGH At 57 Ella st.. Feb. 9, 11)03. Chris
tina Hume. Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. S. Bergh. aged '7 months and 12 days. In
terment at Greenwood cemetery.
GEHRKE Friends and acquaintances are re
spectfully Invited to attend the funeral serv
ices of the late William Gehrke. which will
be beid from the family residence. 752 Kerby
St.. at 2 P. ! today. Interment Lope Fir
QUARTER BLOCK. CLOSE IN. WEST SIDE,
with cottage: rents $20 per month; line loca
tion for buildings; price $7250.
275 feet frontage, with buildings, on prin
cipal street near center city: rental over $300
per month. Hamilton bldg.. room 1.
SNAP-8 CHOICE LOTS ON HAWTHORNE
ave.. with small house: price given on ln-
WE ADVERTISE FOR YOU BY PAINTING
on fences, poles and prominent places. R 83,
Notice Is hereby given that the County Su
perintendent of Multnomah County will hold
the regular examination of applicants for state
and county papers In room 22, Park School
building. Portland, as follows:
For State Papers.
Commencing Wednesday. February 11, it I
o'clock . M.. and continuing until Saturday,
February 14, at 4 o'clock P. M.
Wednesday Penmanship, history, spelling,
algebra, reading, school law.
Thursday Written arithmetic, theory of
teaching, grammar, bookkeeping. physics,
Friday Physiology, geography, mental arith
metic composition, physical geography.
Saturday Botany, plane geometry, general
history, English literature, psychology.
For County Papers.
Commencing Wednesday, February 11. at 9
o'clock A. M.. and continuing until Friday,
February 13. at 4 o'clock P. M.
First. Second and Third Grade Certificates.
Wednesday Penmanship, history, orthogra
Thursday Written arithmetic, theory of
teaching, grammar, school law.
Friday Geography, mental arithmetic phys
iology, civil government.
Wednesday Penmanship, orthography, read
ing, arithmetic s
Thursdaj Art of questioning, theory of
teaching, methods, physiology.
NOTE. Paoers of applicants who are em
ployed In other counties wilt not be forwarded
unless such applicants have secured the writ
ten consent from their Superintendent to taka
the examination here. R. F. ROBINSON.
County School Superintendent.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
MOUNT SCOTT REAL ESTATE OFFICE.
Lents. Or. All kinds property cheap. Take
Miunt Scott car; fare 5 cents. O. R. Addlton.
SEE OWNER Choice home site for $695; south
front, on Tillamook it., near 10th. Snap.
Call 630 Marquam bldg. Phone Grant 021.
Homes built on easy payments, any part city;
lots furnished If necessary: low rate interest.
City Building Co.. 612 Commercial bldg.
$130O-BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT. HOLLA
day's Addition, close In. sewered and streets
Improved. 303 Chamber of Commerce.
$123-3-ROOM HOUSE. WITH TWO FULL
lots. Center Addition, on East Ankeny line.
S. H. Rlggen. 3U5 Ablngton bldg.
CHEAP; 5-ROOM COTTAGE AND BATH
room. basement, full lot. near Brooklyn
School House. K 82, Oregonlan.
CHOICE CORNER LOT. 50x80, IN THE MOST
desirable part of the city. Address H S3,