I GELE8TE WINS RACE g, Hopkins & Co, SAILORS SfHCr WATCHED THECEIESTE CREW VIN THE BOAT RACE -I- -u Dbwnin ADAM Italian Ship's CrevTRows to t EHGLISH'SAlLORS ARE BEATEN ,i -4 "t Oargmtn f KtmjtfM ami Dunrensni When Lieutenant Valentl Senate His Boat Ahead. order or rones.. . First, erew of Italian ship Celeste. ST half a. length. - -, "Second, crew of English, ship Hampton,' or four lengths. , , Taint crew of English ahlp Buare ran, by a Quarter, lencth. Fourth, crew of Uagllth ship "Dum friesehlre, by half a tength. Fifth, crew of French sitfp JUIe,- by three lengths. Sixth, crew of French aiilp Europe.'' A pistol cracked suddenly- at' 3:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon Jn "the vi cinity of the Oceanic dock, and six boats, propelled by oars In the handr of brawny Bailors ivho had -weathered many a storm, swept quickly forward through the mist and the rain and the spray. There were no cheers at the start the adherents of each crew manned the Steel bridge and the docks alongside tho river a mile away. At the crack of the pistol the boat from the English ship Hampton shot a length ahead. Two hundred yards further on the boat from the English ship" Dnnregg&n drew alongside. In the rear, from four lengths to 60 yards, came the boats from the English ships Dumfriesshire and Falrport, the Italian ship Celeste and the French ship Eu rope. Before the race there had hcen much speculation and placing of bets. Two crews stood out In bold relief as favor ites those of the Hampton and the Dunreggan, and the rest were not con sidered to be In the running, considered to be in the running. But among the unchosen crews was an Italian lieutenant whose face wore a knowing smile. As the crew of the Dunreggan pulled alongside the boat from the Hampton his boat approached to a position two lengths behind the other two, and hcre It stuck. Nor did the smile leave the lieutenant's face. Half the course found the situation unchanged. Sailors on the ships lying at anchor cheered the racers as they passed. The boats from the Hampton and Dunreggan ran side by side, the men pulling with measured stroke, urged on by their coxswains. Two lengths behind came the crew of the Celeste, their oars dipping quietly, with no apparent exertion on the part of the rowers. On and on swept the boats, the posl U6ns unchanged. The crowds along the banks began to cheer. "Hampton! Hampton!" came the cry. "Dunreggan! Dunreggan!" it was an swered. Italians Cheer Their Crew. At three-quarters the Italian ship Celeste was passed. The crew was on deck, waving Italian flags. They waited until their boat came alongside, and then one mighty roar broke outT a roar o? encouragcmentj yet, .of fear. "Celeste," screamed the Italians. Valentl! Celeste!" Volenti, was the, name of the Italian lieutenant who had smiled at the start. But he was not smiling now. His face grew determined and his teeth were set tightly. In low tones he directed his men. and the stroke quickened. His hands worked at the tiller the boat swept in half an arc and came up to larboard of the boats from the Dunreggan aid the Hampton. There the boat from the Celeste stuck two lengths behind. "Hampton! Dunreggan! Celeste!" came the cheers. Lieutenant Valentl heard them. His eyes were fastened upon the sterns of the boats ahead. There came another order. Tho stroke of the Italian boat quickened again. At the same time the boat of the Hampton began to forge ahead of the Dunreggan. The Hamp ton's coxswain saw his opportunity. It was only a hundred yards to the finish now. Slowly the Hampton's boat was crawling away from the boat of the Dunreggan. The coxswain of the Hampton's boat did not look to the left. His eyes were to tho right on the Dun reggan's boat, the boat expected to quicken pace and race him to the goal. Italian Boat Shoots Ahead. The distance was quickly passed. It was only 50 yards now. Still the Dunreg gan's boat failed to show the expected spurt A smile came over the face of the Hampton's coxswain. He was evidently thinking of the good time coming, to be purchased with the money of the Dun reggan's crew. The finish was but 20 yards away. As he turned he saw some thing that made him start. On his left swept the boat of the Celeste, the crew seemingly fresh, their oars dipping regu larly. The English coxswain called quickly to his men, and the men respond ed, hut It was too late. The Italian boat Bhot half a length ahead, crossed the line, there came another pistol shot announc ing the close, and the crews of both tho Hampton and Dunreggan went into mourning. Then Lieutenant Valentl rose suddenly from his seat. He grasped an Italian flag and waved it aloft, and from the dock there came a -cheer, faint at first, but growing louder, !a cheer in which Va lentl's name and the name of Celeste were mingled.- There were three loud chee-s for the distant King, whose sub jects felt they "had honored him through this victory. And then Lieutenant Vo lenti did a charming thing. He picked from the bow of the boat thu" Stars ana Stripes, and with the Italian flag the other flag was waved, while the bridge and tho docks gave back An echoing cheer. And this time the cheer was pot only for the King, but for the President and the people of the land that has a day of Thanksgiving. There was only one thing for the crews of the other boat's to do, and they did It. From beneath Mats flagons were drawn; they were filled with liquor; they were raised toward the boat containing Va lentl and his winning crew. "To Italy!" cried a man from the Aale. And never in the history of Portland was a toast more heartily honored. Ambassador Siertr Holds Reeeptlt. VIENNA. Nov. 24. Ambassador and Mrs, Storer held o Thanksgiving day re-v ccpuon uus axiernoon. rne .unDassaaors reception was crowded with members of the American colony .of Vienna and many American tourists. Secretary Hale and Mrs. Hale, Second Secretary Rives and Captain Harris, the military attache, and Mrs. Harris assisted In receiving the guests. Well-Known Magazine Illustrator. NEW YORK. Nov. IK Asa Coolldge Warren, for many years o well-known raagasine Illustrator and oneof theror- goniserscf the Sons .of .thaRevaluUon,, Ul oUhls feome here. raHe,wu(soni, 96 years ago in isosxea. .Consolation miu touttw ROBBED BY HIGHWAYMAN J. C. HARRIS THE VICTIM OF HOLD-UP MAN. . i, Covered With Revolver 'While Thug Takes $18 and. Valuable Land Contract From His. Pocket. J. C Harris was held up and robbed on Hancock street while bound home ward at an early hour yesterday morn ing. A lone highwayman was the perpe trator. He was heavily armed, but wore no mask, according to the story of the victim related at Police Headquarters later. He secured SIS In cash and a very valuable land contract. Harris is o prominent real estate dealer. He had been downtown on Important business and was nearing his home, which is at 465 Larabce street. . Suddenly from the darkness there sprang o man. He gruffly commanded. Harris to throw up his hands, and .sug gested with many oaths that he be quick about It Not wishing to take any chances with a man who carelessly handled a heavy-calibre revolver, Harris did as told, . ' . The trembling victim stood and sub mitted to the search the highwayman made of his clothing, saying nothing. He had his cash. In o purse in his trousers pocket and hoped something would hap pen that would cause the robber to ,qult and run, leaving the money. But it was not to be so. Instead the criminal calmly went through every pocket and gov ex clamations .of joy when he came across the purse. Once the robber complained because of the fact that he was not rinding money. He did not stop hunting, but continued his search and was rewarded for his persist ence by the finding of the purse contain ing J1S. Thinking the victim, might bo possessed of more than that, the robber continued until he had frisked every pocket. During the holdup the robber saw to It that his victim -did not get an opportunity to attack him. should he so desire. -He kept the revolver leveled at Harris head all the time. After completing the job the robber bade Harts walk on, and, watched him until hewas lost In the darkness. As the hour was late when the robbery occurred, Harris waited until morning to make his repot to the police. 'Early yes terday he called at. Police Headquarters and gave a detailed statement of the affair to Clerk Arc rile Leonard. Detect ives Day and Welner were immediately detailed to work on the case.. A clew has been secured which may lead to an ar rest. It is believed on acquaintance of Harris Is the guilty person, and he Is now under surveillance. HOLT fTTTiTi ARRIVES. Completes Passage of Eleven Months From Hamburg v s ASTORIA, Or., Nov. 21. (Special.) Tha British pork Holt HHl arrived in this evening after a passage of over eleven months from Hamburg, with a general cargo for Portland. She was badly dam aged during a storm while In the At lantic, and put Into Montevideo, where she remained nearly three months for re pairs. The 'run from the latter port was made In 113 days, the, nark'twlng delayed by heavy storms off the Horn, and be cause .her bottom Is very fouL No acci dents occurred and everybody is well on board. - The Holt Hill was boards by Pilot Howeslast Friday, and sine then nas 'beea fcttllng with the severe gales that "hare raged off the coast. She was not Injured, however, and has not been more than SO miles from' the mouth "of" the river during the storm. , ' onLIVmBOOli.iov.t'Tt'WfcitoStori User Oceanic, from New York November 16, which arrived at Queenstown yester day and reached this port today, had an exceptionally severe passage. Part of her bulwarks were carrieed away and two port lights were stove In. An enor mous wave struck her when four days out, and considerable water was shipped. Old voyagers say they .never experienced such a terrtblo crossing. r,GreeK Steamer Lost In Slack Sea. CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 24. The Greek steamer EJpls, long overdue. Is now regarded as lost. It Is believed she sank In a recent gale In the Black Sea, and that her entire crew and a number of passengers were lost, a total of 77 persons. Big Steerage List on Main. NEW YORK, Nov. 21. The largest number of steerage passengers with two exceptions ever brought to this port In one vessel came In today on the steamer Main from Bremen. There were 2551 names on the steerage list.' k Stord Makes Port Safely. ST. JOHN, N. F., Nov. 24. The steamer 8tord, from Sydney, C B., with coal, for which fears were felt, arrived today. Domestic and Foreign Pirts. ASTORIA. Nor. 24. Arrived down at 7 A. ill and sailed at 11:45 A M. Schooner Muriel, for San Pedro. Arrived ai 8:40 A II. and left up at 3:40t?. if. Steamer Alliance, from Eu reka, and way ports. Sailed at 10:30 a. M. Ecfiooner Beulah, for San FrascUeo. Arrived at 12:20 Schooner Mlndoro, from Red on do. Ar rived down at 1 p. M. Schooner Virginia. Ar rived at 12:50 P. M. British h!p Holt Hill, S43 days from Hamburg. Condition of the bar at S P. M., obcurpd ; wind eaat; weather cloudy. San Francisco, Nov. 24. Arrived Steamer Se quoia, from WlUapa Harbor; eteamer Sparta, from Belllngham; steamer Olympic, from Bel llngham; British steamer Wellington, from Ladramlth; steamer Menea, from Hamburg-. Sailed French ship Chaplgny, for Sydney. Yokohama, Nov. 24. Arrrced Aragonla, from Portland, for Hong Kong. Muroran, Not. 24. Arrived previously In verness, from Tacoma. Sydney, Nov. 24. Sailed Steamer Bremen, from New York for Plymouth, Cherbourg' and Bremen. Naples, Nov. 22, Arrived Roma, from New -York. ilalagan. Not. 17. Sailed Slcllla, for New York. Gibraltar. Nov. 23. Sailed Kosolgbnrg. for New York. r Queenstown, Nov. 24. Sailed Cedrio, for New York. Lizard, Nov. 24. Passed La Lorraine, from New York for Havre. New- "YoTk, Nov. 24. Arrived Lombard!, from Genoa and Naples. Sailed Numldlan, for Glasgow; Prlnx Adelbert, for Naples" and Genoa; La. Gasconne. for Havre; Frankfurt, for" Bremen. PERSONAL MENTION. J. B. Sutherland, the chief In the State Treasurer's office at Salem, is visiting at the Imperial. Dr. J. O. Twitchell, of Roseburg, Coro ner of Douglas County, Is In the city for a ;short-business visit. John W. Rowland, County Clerk of Marlon County. Is at the Imperial for a short visit In Portland. Frank E. Hodgkln. of Vancouver, is at tho Imperial. Mr. Hodgkln was the chief clerk in the State Treasurer's office dur ing the administration of Phil iletschan. NEW YORK, "Nov. 24. (Special.) Northwestern people , registered at New York hotels 'today as follows: ' Portland Breslln, I B. Iitt; Imperial J. C. Hartman and wife. Seattle Westminster. M. D. Ballard and wife. R. P. Ballard. Miss Ballard. Hoff man, H. D. Thomas. Spokane Imperial, J. B. Clark. Training Station Site Selected. WASHINGTON. Nov. .Secretary of. tho Nary Morton announces that the board appointed to select a training sta tion ,on the -Great Lakes, has traanlsaousr, ly recommended that tk- lake oluff' "site. SO -.wiles north- of Chicago..' be selected TheprsldBthos.'si9roved- tMJee-' tlon. .. .. AT THE THEATERS What the Press Agents Say. "ARIZONA" TONtGHT. America's- Greatest Drama at Marquam Grand Theater. the Tonight ot the Marquam Grand Theater the greatest of all American dramas, "Ari zona," will begin an engagement of two nights, with a special matinee tomorrow at 2:15 o'clock. The theater-going public seems never to tire of this charming com edy drama and hall each succeeding visit with delight. We have gone over tho story of Mr. Thomas' play time and again and it Is not our intention to burden our readers by reiterating the many praises which critics and the public have written and said about It; suffice to say that the coming presentation will be as grand and perfect as to detail as on any of Its for mer visits here. Tomorrow night will be "military night," when the officers of the Third Infantry, National Guard, will at tend In o body. Popular Drama at the Columbia. "Led Astray" was presented twice, yes terday by the Columbia Stock Company before large audiences and -will without doubt wind up the week as a record breaker. It Is a play of Intense heart-Interest, a play that all minds can enjoy. It tells the story of a neglected wife and her tem porary Infatuation for another man, which results In o duel between the hus band and supposed lover, but which merely, serves the purpose of bringing man and wife closely together. Dion Bouclcault never hit upon o moro beautiful theme and never did his prolific pen work o better success. There will bo the usual matinee Saturday and "Led Astray" has always been a strong favor ite with matlnce-goers, filled as It is with bright scenes and happy comedy. "The New Dominion." The next offering of thq Columbia The ater Stock Company will be "The New Dominion," the drama In which Clay Cle ment scored, the. hit of his career. Edgar Baume will be seen on this occasion as Baron Hoenstauffen. the botanist from Germany, who seeks Virginia as a field of study and falls In love with one of that state's fairest daughters. The play is not unfamiliar to theater-goers and It holds Its place In a distinct galaxy as one of the prettiest American comedy-dramas- ever written. Catherine Countlss will play the oppo site role to that of Mr. Baums and the entire play will be most happily cast. It will open with the usual Sunday matinee. and as this is the first time it has ever been presented hera at popular prices, It cannot fail to score 0 big success. Advance Sale Today. This morning at 10 o'clock the advance sale of seats will open for Thomas Jeffer son, who comes to the Marquam Grand 1 neater next iionaay ana ruesaay nights, November 2S-Z3, in "Rip van Winkle." There are few plays that possess the enduring qualities of "Rip Van Winkle. The name of Jefferson has almost made the famous character of "Rip Van Win- kle" a classic onthe American stage. It's story is almost as familiar as a house hold word, but the Rip Van Winkle of Washington living's tale is only a dim Bhadow compared with the ripe, rounded. serene humanity of tne character as Mr. Jefferson portrays it. He has the exquisite art of bringing out all the lovable quail ties of the. old vagabond, and making his audience think his poor, hard-working wife the sinner. Instead of the graceless Rip. To enjoy the legend of the Hudson we must view It as we did the fairy tales of our youth, and not be too practical and judge It by our standard of morality AT THlTYAUDEVIiiLE THEATERS .Ga.ufWfisWitir.M.at.thBtar-ji Today the regular coupon matinees will ; lft ; : WHEAT A&Q;STaCK. BROKERS Room '4, Ground, Hoor., . . be given at the Star Theater. The ealK areswiaNnove o nouaoy aea there Ja.SQ 1 better place to speaeV It thorn the Star ! Theater. The bill Is cleasosd clever. ! and oil the little s4fcs- will find o cowskw' on pogc 10 or todays He of The' Ore- gontan. The greoiect et fc& vattdevtlte today Is the aerial wttkuc oct-ef Hke Four Flying Banvarfe. AMtfcer tee oet Is the jumping of Ut Sms' Zag. He clears tnree chalra'oxd o barrel In o back yard; of 15 feet. Tk-er oOiar acta sup ply merry comedy ant hlsjkVaUnq Music. Next week the monaget aatgoaBowaeea the engagement of the six wMfc-foioed Austrian girls, direct from,, thesCM&auxn. Vienna, and the. Mozart porasiy Four,, great singing comedians. Tea sersefts will appear in these two acts altera, which breaks the record for any Portland vaudeville stage. "i" "Helloyrlcl" Is this the Lyric Theater? AUeiit. lust' wonted to tell vqh utlat-'Lisiis'er and I saw your show last night, oai. we enjoyed It so much. .re-eaied it so 'milch. . At least -l4d. Te-fcee! What? Yes, this i Lulu. We liked the Aideans, tnose runny Australian ieuews. who did that acrobatic -stumt. better thasr any aero oats we nave ev&r-seem Biore. Which did we like best of Till? Well. they're all so (rood that Its hard to say. But Leander liked Nancle Hice's harp- playlng ana singing so muor. t&at fie proposed to me on the way home. i. Did I say yes? Now, don't be foolish. The idea to ask- that. He said I looked like Nancle,. and told him he looked like Grove, so he said" he was willing to let me put the handcuffs on him for life. Now, sUlyl Look In ihe society columns next-Sun day. T Just wanted to tell you how nuch I like the Lyric It has done so nsucs for me. Good bye! and Lulu, who naaa won her Leander, rang off. Gold Watch for You. This Is gold watch night at the Bijou. Nine o'clock Is tho time for the- presenta tion-- "Every aafteraooa and evening is the .time for the "performances, which are making the Bijou one of the bright lights In the vaudeville world. Zereiaa aoes wonderful balancing on a trapeze. Frye and Allen present a unique musical skit Where trie Crowds' Go. TV10 Vile- ThnnlrsHvlne- crowds Went to the Baker yesterday and they had the time of their lives. From the time tne doors opened In the afternoon until they closed at night tnere was a conunuai jam" at the- entrance, and the eagerness displayed was fully warranted by the ex traordinary quality or tne snow, per haps the act which pleased mo3t was the Barndld Dog and' Cat Circus. These cute little canine and feline actors shared all the honors with the human entertainers, and in many Instances the applause they received waA wq.ro deafening than was accorded the clever men and women on the bill. They come to Portland: irora tne Orpheuna at Denver,. where tlieyrreraalned tvir urftMrs. arul now. when their second week here.ls drawing to a close, they are as popular as ever, wra too Dusy xaic- lr.e nnrn nf thft RTQWdS to tell abOUt the nine other great acts. The crowds go to the Baker, and .that's wnere you snouiu go. It's the' best. Amateur Night at the Arcade. aron fitvara attended the Arcade's ghnw vsafcniav. and today all the pat rons are thankful that they, saw the excellent program. The Edwards, artl3- the Roman rlnra. re ceived encore alter encore, wuuo tuo blackface monologulst, George Wilson, wins echo after echo of applause. A mu sical act by the talented Harvey chil dren, a bright boy and a pretty girl, are of especial attractiveness to tne juveiuia patrons of the theater. Tonight Is amateur night, and novel Mi. w vbi-s.iHIa hotrlnners Is announced. Next week La Merit and Ms 2ft educated cockatoos will appear as tne neaauners r.. Villi Thpse cockatoos dlsolav tinman in tlllr price, and what they cannot ao is not worm meuuuuuiB. The clever feats tney ao perxuriu. wen worth seeing. HEAXS ER0H THE PRECEDENT Portland Boy Gets Message From Nation's Executive. Bernle Fcst, 11 years old, of 331, Davis of the oroudest boys in the Tri-t.-i atatA innf now. for he has been UXl&bCU wv-.i ' in personal corresponaence wun rresiaent Roosevelt-' Berme wunuwm u. mo roi-oivM election congratulations from little boys, and to make sure that tho President would be tendered some v.inr. nf Viia natnrn from a Pacific Coast boy he wrote his best wishes and sent them along to Washington, D. C Only the recording angel knows "how many dif ferent hands Bemle's precious letter passed through . until It had the personal President of the United States. But It got there, for yesterday morning Bernle received from the White Houso a message bearing the Government stamp, and the President's cam, witn v,ta maccnen in th President's hand writ lngT "With hearty thanks for your con mHttniitinni " Thin exnlalns why Bemle's Thanksgiving dinner tasted better than usual yesterday. BARRISTERS ABE TO MEET, State Association to Convene In Port land on Tuesday. The annual meeting of the Oregon State Bar Association will be held at one of tho State Circuit courtrooms Tuesday next, November 29, beglnnlnj ot in o'.iAr.k -A. M.. and' will be pre sided over ' by Judge George" H. Bur nett OI oaiem, presiaeni. ui ma uaau Mattnn. In audition to dlscussinfr the -..Ima mrtnrto Ktana will he taken with reference to making suitable ar rangements witn tne i,ewi3 ana uiarK Exposition arid visiting members of the bar, and take steps toward induc ing tho American Bar Association noiaing its next annual meeting in Portland next year. Among the addresses will be that of the president, being a resume of recent I give him bis Mellin's Food and he sleeps ' til morning." How many mothers can say this of their babies? If your bosy does not sleep well it may fee that he is not properly fed. A peoriy :sorirte4 baby is a poor Wcllin'a Food babiore goea ftttepers. or book the a- Chamber of Commerce legislative .enactments; Judge George, Remlmseeees ot the Bar and Beach;" O. F. Paxton, "A History of toe Oregon Coles." , Te secretory.: reauests that all a- plte&tlepa'far Membership be mode not later than TuOy forenoon. Blanks ay bo ha fTa the secretary, Mr. A. F. Fl4l. atkki offices. As -to whethw a," banquet is to be held will be determined within tha next day or two. IRON TRADE BCPXOYED. Asayto Xzasle-yneot Asswred for Foraaeea aa4 Xlllf. NEW YORK. Nov. 2i lmDli mDlwrroent tor the fura&cea and mills Is now. stya t& Iron Ace, -practically assured for the Winter. walca Is usually faced by the Industry with doubts. Tho buying moveratat has spread in all jilrectleai, and has aswned .somewhat sur prUl&r proportlon& Consumers and manufac turers In the general trades are providing for replacing their depleted, stocks this being re jected particularly In ae raw xnaterUUUtke Iroa xa4 In the . finished goods. Ilk wire, bar, tube, sheets and cast-iron pipe. tm purcnaslag of eteeL cars by the railroads I coaifieaous. During -the past few days, or ders for 6000 steel cars- have been placed, and 15.000 cars are now under negotiation. A lam. number of railroads have nbrchased brtdgei material during the past week. Tat saarket for foundry Irons has been quite aetlve. Xeser, Exchange, Xte. LONDO-N", Nov. 24. Bar Mirer uncertain. 2Td per ounce. ilonev. 214S3 nui. Rata of discount for short bills! 33T1-S Mr cent; for three months' bills. . 2 18-1633 or , Stocks Ot IfifjdftB. -LONDON", Nov. 24. Consols, for money. 8Jt;? consols-for account, SS 3-16. 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JLxenc For South -Eastern Alaska lilAVSa SHATTLB tlA.lL SLlMHX S P. it.. Uy pr- SEATTLE, Jtov. 4, 10, 2a, can. Juneau and iikazway: HUM. IBOLDT, Nor. 11. 24, via. Vic torU: COTTAOB CITT, Nor. T, SI. via. Vancouver, Sitka. and KUlunoo; KOIIONA for Vancouver. Monday, Wedass- dy xnd Friday. 10 i J- SUajatrs connect at Saa Franclaco with com Trftuamtn for ports in California, Mex ico and Humboldt Bar. For further lnforma t(.n" nhtiin foldtr. Jllctt la reserved to. coanre teamera or aalllns date. City of SeatUe doe not call at "Wrxngell or Bntisn Columbia porta, Portland..... .......219 Waiblnstoa st. Seattle.. ....... 113 James at. and Dock to y.adKio...i. ......... .....10 Xarkat st- C. D. DUN ANN. a en. Pass. Ajt. 10 lUxktl San JxtacUco, 1 m OREGON SH0ir Line ak Union Pacific 3 TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY ftewsrii Puiiaaa ataaoars ui torl. ale tCara 4Uy to Osaha. Cnlcecs. SpoXaa) toarlet ateeslacar 'daUx ta Xaasaa City: ttroajth Pulimaa tourist sleeDlns-car (sersea. ally eonducudj weakly to Cnlcaxo. Reclistss cairar (seats free) ta the But dally. UNION DBPQT. Lseives. ArrhreaT CHICAGO-PORTLAND 9:15 A. it P. iL SPECIAL, for t& at Dtlljr. Dally via Hun Unci o. fiPOICANlI K1.TC J6B. 9:13 P. M. SOA-iL far Juuifra Washtas- Sally. Sally, ta. WtlU Walla, Liw lsus, Coeur d'Altse and Oreat Nonbera ' potnta. ATLANTIC EXPRESS S:15 P. M. ?:15 A. it. for Ute Ease via Hunt. Cally ' Sally, lacton. RIVER BCHXDULE. TOR ASTORIA and 8:00 P. it 3:00 P. way points, connecting Sally. Bally, with steamer for Uwa- except tct co and North Beach Sunday, Sunday, steamer Haseslo. Ash- Saturday, street dock (water per.) 10:00 P. ML . FOR SATTON. Ore-Z.-00A.it 5d0 7.iL. son City and Yamhill Sally, SaOy, River points steamers except except Modoo and Ruth. Aah ' Sunday. Sunday. street dock; (water per.) FOR LEWIS TON". 1UOA.M. About : Jdaho, and way polnu Sally. BrOO P. it from Rlparla. rVash., except "except steamers Spoiuuie and Saturday. Frliay. Lewlstoa. TICELBT OFFICE. Tfilrd and VTashlnstoa, Telepbon Mala 712. SAN rXANCISCO i. PORTLANTi S. S. CO. For San Francisco, every five days from. Alnsworth dock S. S. Geo. W. Elder, Nov. 22; S. S. Columbia. Nov. 17-2T. Sailings froza Alnsworth dock, 8:00 P. M. POKTJLANU X ASIATIC 8. S. COKPANT. For Tokohaaa and Hons Konc ealllns at Kobe, NMtasakl and Shanghai, taking trljit via. eoanectlns: steamers for Manila. Port Ar thur and Vladivostok; S. S. Nlcomedla, Nov. 21; S. S. Numantta, Sec. 8. For freight and further particulars ajjp'.y to JAMES H. BEWSON. Aeat. Telephone Main -C&. tflptr Alaska. Sock. EAST va SOUTH UNION DEPOT. OVKRLANU DX. PKh&3 TRAXfid tlSO P. M. lor Mlem. Rosa- 7B A.M. burr. AshuCnd. Hao- taiuniu. uudau. aa Francisco, Mojava. Loe Ancelc. t& Paso. New Orleans ud tho KisL :30 A. M. Morning train con- 7:19 P. X? nects at Woodburn (dally except Sun- any) with, train fori blount Angel, fcUver- ;ton. iiiownsvuie, tiprmEfleld. Wend- Mas &Ud Natron. 46 P.M. 19:ldJL it. AlbSay psjnxtr Konnecu at wood turn with Mt. Anxi and uuvertoa local. 7:20 A. M. 4X0 P. M. 5:36 P.M. li&MJL. M. Corvallla pasaencsr. Shenaan passenjeer Sally. 11 Sally, except Sunday. PORTIANB-OSWEGO SUBURBAN SERV1CB AND YAUHILL DIVISION. Tava Portland dally lor Oswexo t 7J0 A. M 12-60. 2:05. 35. 5:20. 6:25. 7:45. 10:10 P. M.' Sally, except Sunday, ftO.-. 0:30. b:S3. 1025 A. M., 4 .00. 11:30 P. M: Sunday, ouly. 0 A. M. Returnlns from Oaweso arrive Portland dally S$ 1.55, 3:00. 4:35. 0:15. 7:35. 03. ll-10"P. M. Sally except bunday, i-Oi, i:25. U-3l 10u, 11:5 A. M. Except Monday, 12U A M. Sunday only, lu:00 A. M. Leave from earns depot for Dallas and inter mediate potnta dally exospt Sunday 4 P. M. Arrive Portland, 10:20 A. M. Th Independence-Monmouth motor lino oper tts dally to Monmouth and Alrlle, connectlns with. P. Co. trains at BaUaa and ladepena- First-class fare from Portland to Sacramento 1 San Francisco. ?20; berth, 5. Sscond Sals fSe. J15! secondlaM berth, J2.50. Tickets to Kaatern points and Europe. Also t.V.n Phtai. Honolulu and Australia. ,acrrY ra&T OFFIca corner Third and WlihUton streets. Phone Main 712. TIME CARD AasWr A. DnDTl AMrt Separt. Arrive. Puet Sound Limited for Tacoma, Seattle, OlympU. South Bend and Gray's Harbor points S :30 am B:a0 pm North Coast Limited for Tacoma, Seattle, Spokane, uBtte, St. Paul, New 1'ork. Boston and all points East and Southeast 3:00 pm 7r00 am Twin City Express lor Tacoma, Seattle. Spokane, Helena. Bt. Paul, Mlnne- 1- apOlls, Chicago, New York. Boston and all points' East and Southeast 11:45 pm 7.-O0 pin Pugat Sound-Kansas Clty- Bt. Louis Special, for Tacoma, Seattle, tspokane. Butte, BllUnRJ. Denver, Omaha, Kannm City, St. Louis and all points East and Southeast 8:20 am 7:00 anr All trains dally, except on South Bend branch. A. S. CHARLTON, Assistant General Pas senter Agent. 2C5 Morrison St., corner Third. Portland. Or. Astoria & Columbia River Railroad Co. leaves. UNION DEPOT. Arrives. Dally. For May , Rainier, ngiiy Clatskanle. SVestport, CUlton. Astoria, War S0 A. M. "nton; Flavsl, Ham- iiM mond. Fort SUvens. iearhart Park. Sea tde. Astoria and Sea shore. Express Sally. 7.-00 P. M. Astoria Express. 9:40 P.M. J Sally. C A. ETEWART. J. a MATO. Cosam,! Aft.. 243 Alder st. O. F. & P. A, Phone Main 98& SREATNORTHERHj City Ticket 0lce. 123 Sd st. Pkeu 2 0VESLA3JD TKATWS SAIL 7 The Sly and tk iast Mall. 2 gPIJKNDID SJKKVICX UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENT COUXTEOUS EMPLOYES f Tickets, KaUs, Poitiers mad tali In. fermatloa. call ox ec address H. S1CKSON, City Passest-ec and Ticket AxX., 122 TJUrd street, Pertlud. Or. JAPAfS-AMERICAN LINE S. S. 1YO MARU rar Jayas, Chlsa ud all Aslatle Forts, wIM X4T totAiU aks$ s. Utk.