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THE MOROTNG OKEGONIAIT, MONDAY, SEPTE3IBER 4, 1905.
TIEN OFF STEAMER
Emigrants Were Suspected of
Infection by Cholera.
ACTION ON LOWER ELBE
Hamburg Harbor Physlclait Says
Trans-Shlpmcnts of Emigrants
From Russia Have Been
BERLIN. Sept 3. Dr. Nocht, harbor
physician for the government ol Ham
burg:. In reply to inquiries made by the
Associated Press concerning cholera, tele
graphs as follows:
"The transshipment of Russian emi
grants having been puspended at Ham
burg, further cholera . Infection is im
probable. "The room companion of the first case
has a light attack, but otherwise all the
emigrants are healthy.
"Three emigrants due to sail last
Thursday on the steamer Moltke (for
New York) were landed, and since then
have been under medical observation. All
are healthy. The drinking water and
the sanitary arrangements here are fault
less and consequently an epidemic is un
likely. "Single Instances, naturally, in spite of
the greatest care, cannot always be pre
vented, but no danger oxlfts for sea
traffic. I am convinced that all means
for opposing the cholera are in use. "We
are going to meet the future with tran
quillity and we hold that Americans have
no grounds for disquietude.
The statement by Dr. Nocht that the
emigrant? did not sail on the steamer
Moltke and arc In quarantine is correct,
as Ik shown by the following telegram
received from Hamburg:
"About emigrants had traveled from
Russia, with a man who died from chol
era. They passed two medical stations
on the way and a portion of the detach
ment was on board the stoamer Moltke.
which was in the lower Elbe, when word
reached the magistracy of the death from
cholera. The Senate was summoned and
c. representative of the Hamburg-American
Steamship Company was Invited to
bo present. It was decided to immedi
ately debark the emigrants, which was
"On the Pretoria, which sailed yester
day (Saturday, were German, Italians, and
Hungarian emigrants, but no Russians,
414 in all. At the emigrant station at
Ve4del are 260. None of them Is ill."
The opinion is expressed in Berlin that
the United States seaboard has more to
foar from emigrants shipping at Trieste
than from German ports, as cholera is
already in Austrian Poland.
Xo Cholera on the Bluchcr.
NEW YORK. ScpL 3. The Hamburg-!
American line steamship Blucher, the first
vessel to arrive from Hamburg since the,
appearance of cholera In Germany, was
detained at quarantine for more than
two hours today while health officers sub
jected passengers and crew to rigid ex
aminations. The long detention caused
some alarm as It was feared the delay
meant the dreaded disease or its symp
torn had been discovered on board.
Thre was consequently much, rejoicing
-trfcon it was made known that, save for
n case of measles, which had developed
In the stoorage, the vessel was absolutely
clear of illness.
Vessels to Be Examined in Thames.
LONOON, Sopt. 3. The port sanitary
authorities are adopting all necessary
measures to deal with the possible in-i
vaston of cholera. A large medical staffl
las been detailed to examine all vessels;
entering the Thames. No alarm has as
yet beon manifested In England but soma
newspapers are callipg upon the govern
ment to take measures for the exclusion
of the Russian emigrants.
Zanzibar Infected "With Plague.
ZANZIBAR, Sopt. 3. This town is de
clared to be infected with plague. There
have been ten cases among the natives
from which five deaths resulted.
WOULD FIGHT RAISULi.
Angoras Raid Villages Under Pro
tection of the Bandit.
TANGIER, SopL 2. A French Jew was
found murdered here Saturday night. The
murderers escaped. The powerful tribe
of Angoras is seeking to force the brigand
Ralsuli to meet It in open battle, relying
on their superiority in numbers to win.
The Angoras raided three villages un
der Ralsull's authority near Tangier, car
rying off large herds of cattle and sheep,
a pertion of which was the property of
Europeans. Ralsuli collected a band bf
his followers and started in pursuit, and
in several skirmishes that ensued several
men on both sides were killed or wounded.
The suburbs of Tangier have been de
serted by Europeans. The Angoras are
seeking to capture Europeans and hold,
them for ransom. The Moroccan author
ities are powerless, as they fear Kalsuli
and the Angoras.
Shalt Dines "With the Czar.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 3. The Shah
of Persia visited the imperial family at
Peterhof this afternoon and was enter
tained at a gala dinner at the palace this
evening. At the dinner the Emperor pro
posed the health of the Shah in a warm
term of friendship and regard. The Shah
in responding expressed his profound
thanks for the warm welcome accorded
him, and drank to the health of the im
perial family and the prosperity of Russia.
Scotch Degrees for Americans.
GLASGOW. Sept- 3. On the occasion of
the Installation of Andrew Carnegie as
Iord Rector of St. Andrews University,
October 17, the university will confer the
honorary degree of Doctor of Laws on
Mr. Carnegie. Whitclaw Reld, the Ameri
can Ambassador to- Great Britain; Charle
magne Tower, the American Ambassador
to Germany: Bishop Potter, of New
York; Nicholas Murray Butler, president
of Columbia University. New York, and
Dr. William J. Holland, director of the
Carnegie Museum at Pittsburg.
Meet at the Nobel Institute.
CHRISTIANS A, Sept 3. The Interna
tional Law Association will meet here to
morrow at the Nobel Institute. There
will be 40 foreign delegates In attendance.
Including Cephas Bralnerd. of New York;
B. F. Trueblood. of Boston, and James
Crosby, of Garnarvllle, Iowa.
Xi&nding Contraband of War.
TANGIER. Sept. 3. The Moroccan au
thorities have lodged a protest with the
German Consul at Casa Blanca. accusing
his colleague at Babat with complicity In
the landing of a large amount of contra
band of war at the port of Fellalah.
Vatican Treasures Unmolested.
HOME, Sept 2. The Aocl&t4 Frecc k?J
requested by a high Vatican authority to
state that reports circulated to the effect
that there have been great thefts of Vat
ican treasures are absolutely untrue. A
few artistically bound volumes were
stolen by a gendarme, but this theft was
not looked upon seriously and the thief
will not be prosecuted.
Turks Have Taken X.and.
LONDON, Sept 3, The correspondent
of the Morning Post at Constantinople
says that the expedition sent to the Prov
ince of Yemen, in Turkish Arabia, has
finished its task; that the Turkish troops
have tjiken Sana, the capital of the prov
ince, operations against which were be
gun in July last and that the rebels have
fled In all directions.
Minneapolis at Algeria.
GENOA. Sept' 3. The United States
cruiser Minneapolis, with R ear-Admiral
Chester, superintendent of the
United States Naval Observatory, and
others of the American expedition who
observed the eclipse of the sun August
30, arrived here today from Algeria.
Evangelists at Sheffield.
SHEFFIELD, England, Sept 3. Reu
ben A. Torrcy and Charles M. Alexander,
the American evangelists, tonight started
a revivalist campaign here with a serv
ice at which over 5000 persons were present
Half a Million for Charity.
LONDON, Sept 3. A retired London
stockbroker. E. J. Bawdcn. has donated
$500,000 for charitable and educational
purposes, and has trusted the location
of the. funds to Edgar Speyer, of Speycr
& Co., bankers. New York.
In Session at Budapest.
BUDAPEST, Sept 3. The International
Prison Congress and the International
Veterinary Congress held their opening
sessions here today.
SANTA FE TRAIN IN DITCH
TANK OP ENGINE LEAVES TRACK
WHILE RUNNING FAST.
Hundreds of G. A. R. Excursionists
Were Aboard Two Are
PUEBLO. Colo.. Sopt 3. The first sec
tion of Santa Fe passenger train No. 9,
carrying hundreds of G. A. R. excursion
ists, was ditched one mile east of Boone,
Colo., about 2:55 this afternoon. Eight
passengers wore Injured. The two most
seriously hurt were brought to Pueblo
and taken to St Mary's Hospital. They
Mrs. Mary It Barljr, Lawrence, Kan., head
and spine hurt serious.
Mrs. Martha E. "Woodward, Lawrence, Kan.,
head badly cut
The wreck was caused by the tank of
engine No. 53S leaving the track. The
train was going at such a rate of speed
that It was impossible to stop before the
two engines and five coaches were over
turned. "Wrecking trains were sent out from La
Junta and Pueblo. The Santa Fe train
was brought in to Pueblo over the Mis
souri Pacific track.
Auto Goes Over a Bank.
COVINGTON, Ind.. Sept. 3. John Har
rison, a member of the Jollet HI.. Prison
Board, and editor of the Danville, 111-,
Commercial News; his mother, Mrs. Mln
ta Harrison, and Colonel and Mrs. J. H.
Harrison, of Ottawa, Kan., were all badly
injured near here this afternoon, whon
Mr. Harrison's automobile plunged over
an embankment All will recover.
OSCAR'S FEELINGS HURT
Declares Ho Is Opposed to Candidacy
of Any Swedish Prince.
STOCKHOLM. Sopt 3. The semi
official Dagbladt in strong terms, says
the Swedish Emperor has changed his
mind and declares that he is still in
opposition to any Prince of the House
of Bcrnadotte ascending the Norwoglan
throne. King Oscar, the paper says, has
expressed himself as being deeply
wounded at the reports that he Is in favor
of the candidacy of a Swedish prince,
despite his repeated statements to the
Commissioners Dine Together.
KARLSTADT, Sweden. Sept 3. The
Norwegian commissioners who are meet
ing here with the Swedish commissioners,
discussing the question of the dissolution
of the union, have been reinforced by the
chief state advocate, Oscar KJerschow.
By Invitation of the Swedish government
the commissioners of both countries dined
Prince Charles in the Lead.
CHRISTIANIA, Sept 4. It is statod
upon the best authority that the ques
tion of separation by tho Norwegian
Storthing will be settled definitely
within the next fortnight Prince
Charles, of Denmark, is the likeliest
candidate for the crown.
FINAL HEARING THIS WEEK
Investigation of Union Oil & Land
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Sept -3. H. M.
Beck, of this city, representing minority
stockholders of the Union Oil & Land
Company, of Columbus, Ga., states to
night that the final hearing in the in
vestigation proceedings against the offi
cers of the company is to be given in
Columbus, Ga., September 7. A tempor
ary injunction has been in force since
last Fall, which restrains the majority
stockholders from disposing of the com
pany's properties located at McKlttrick,
Cat, in the Bakcrsfleld district
The Associated Oil Company, which is
the largest producer In California, now
operates wells which turn out about 1500
barrel's of oil -dally, and the officers of
the Associated Company are tho major
ity stockholders In the Union OH & Land
"Peggy 3Iachree" Is Produced.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 3. The first
production of "Peggy Macbree" in. this
country -was given at the Grand Opera
House tonight by Denis O'Sulllvan, the
well-known baritone. The play is a ro
mantic Irish comedy and was written by
Patrick Bldwell. The music, largely
based on old Irish airs, is by Mlchele
Esposlto, of Dublin. "Peggy Macbree"
has been running successfully for a year
in London and the English provinces, and
as both the leading actor and author
were born and raised in San Francisco,
the performance here attracted unusual
Interest and was enthusiastically received.
Dry-Shed Burns In Early Morning.
SOUTH BEND, Wash., Sept 3. Spe
cial.) Fire this tnorning at 6:30 destroyed
a dry-shed belonging to the Columbia Box
& Lumber Company, In tho upper part
of town. The shed was full of the best
quality of lumber, and the loss will
amouat t ptrkaw S2H.'
FEVER IS IN CHECK
Few New Cases and Fewer
Deaths at New Orleans.
ARMY CAPTAIN IS SEIZED
Situation in the Surrounding Coun
try, While Not Satisfactory,
Shows Great Improvement.
Italians Are Quiet.
REPORT TO 6 P. M.
TCew ca... ........ ............. 2074
New foci 11
Under treatment 90S
Casta discharged 14S2
NEW ORLEANS, Sept 3. For the first
time in over a month the number of new
cases of yellow fever were In the twen
ties. With only three deaths, compared
to S3 deaths September 3, 187S, the feeling
of confidence that the fever is being
wiped out Is growing. Among the new
cases arc those of Captain B. F. Clayton,
U. S. A., quartermaster In charge of this
department and City Councilman E. L.
The country situation, whlle not what
It should be. is improving somewhat
though the discovery of new foci causes
some anxiety. Despite tho rigid regula
tions, it is believed that many persons
have succeeded In getting into New Or
leans from some of the country places.
The situation at Patterson, where it
was feared the Ignorant Italians con
templated trouble, has developed nothing
new. No overt act has been committed,
and It Is believed that danger is over.
There is much interest in the case of Dr.
Philip Bcrge. the physician who was
arrested late last night on the charge of
failing to report three cases of yellow
fever. He was paroled by the Inspector,
but will have to answer to the charge
There has been a recrudescense at
Tallulah, two cases having been found.
A report from Leevllle under date of
September 1 shows that there have been
321 cares there so far and 29 deaths with
US cases under treatment Other new
cases are reported as follows: Patterson,
1: St Bernard, 2; Terre Aux Bouef. 1:
Morgan City. 1: Strose, 3; Gulfport, 5;
Handsboro, 1; VIcksburg, 2.
The infection on Diamond and Reserve
plantations In St Charles has been
Sends Out More Guards.
LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Sept 3. Major
Gencral Haynes, commanding the Arkan
sas militia, which is furnishing the
guards to enforce the state quarantine,
was officially informed today of the ex
Iptonce of a case of yellow fever at Mays
vllle, L T., and immediately gave orders
to the guards on the four sides of tho
stato to tighten tho quarantine.
Only Four Cases In 3IcxIco.
MEXICO CITY, Sept 3. Tho Superior
Board of Health roports now only four
cases of yellow fever In the country and
has little fear of the breaking out of
cholera here through arrivals from Ham-burg.
Xo New Cases at Natchez.
NATCHEZ. Miss.. Sept 3. No new
cases of yellow fever were reported to
day. Two patients were discharged. The
Marine Hospital Service surgeon says
there are three'focl In Natchez.
Small Total at Pcnsacola.
PENSACOLA. Flu.. Sept 3. Two new
cases and four suspicious ones was the
yellow fever record today, making a
total of eight pronounced cases up to
the present date.
Five Cases at VIcksburg.
VICKSBURG, Miss.. Sept. 3. Two cases
of yellow fever were reported today, mak
ing a total of five under treatment
Atlanta Refuses to Quarantine.
ATLANTA, Ga., Sept 3 The City. Board
of Health today refused to quarantine
against yellow fever infected points.
ATTACKS DIVORCED WIFE
Chicago Broker Then Shoots Him
self In the Heart. "
CHICAGO, Sept 3. After trying to
kill his divorced wife and Louis B.
Hill, a gralnbroker, to whom she "was
married last November, George Miller,
a retired broker, tonight shot himself
in the heart fatally wounding himself
Just as the police arrived to arrest him.
Mr. Hill will lose his arm as the result
of the shot from Miller's revolver, but
Mrs. Hill escaped unharmed. -The
shooting occurred at the home of the
Hills, S25 Chicago avenue.
Police Inspector Shippe stated to
night that In this shooting the police
believe they see a solution of the mys
tery of the killing of Mrs. Mize, near
the Delprado Hotel, about two weeks
ago. Mrs. Hill, it is said, very much
resembled Mrs. Mize. Mrs. Hill stated
her divorced husband had been seeking
her for months and had threatened to
kill her on sight Miller's revolver,
the police say held three empty cart
ridges. Two of these were emptied
last night, while the other, apparently.
"had been fired some time ago.
BIG FIRE AT ADRIANOPLE
Seven Thousand Homes Destroyed In
Greek and Other Quarters.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept "3. Fire at
Adrlanople Saturday caused an enormous
damage. Seven thousand houses were
destroyed in the Greek, Armenian, Bul
garian and Jewish quarters. There were
.many victims. With the exception of
the Catholic church, the mosques, the
schools, a convent and the telegraph of
fice, few buildings were insured.
Army Maneuvers "Will Not Be Held.
THORN, Prussia, Sept 3. The division
army maneuvers, which were to have
taken place between Thorn and Brom
berg, are reported to have been countermanded.
In Jay Upton's Defense.
PORTLAND, Sept 3. In the clamor
for notoriety which certain people are
trying to heap upon Jay Upton, a word to
the -wise might be well at this time. I
did pcrforu. an operation upon the late
J. H. Doudlah. and made a chargo of
$300. Mr. Doudlah was supposed to know
of the whereabouts of valuable mining
property in Alaska, and displayed a
number of nuggets to substantiate his
claim. Nobody knew where the clalra
was and curiosity, cost omt influential
men of this city, along with myself, a
snug sum in the endeavor to locate the
claim as we sent men to Alaska to search
for it and found it to be a myth, in fact
one gentleman found out definitely after
an expensive trip to Ketchikan that
Doudlah had won the nuggets at cards,
and that he had never located a claim at
alL Doudlah told his story to many and
took in no less than a half dozen part
ners to go in search of the claim which
was supposed to contain fabulous wealth.
He even went so far as to sketch the lo
cation on a piece of paper for a friend of
mine, and as my friend's partner we
sent an expedition there and found noth
ing but crags, rocks and wild beasts. In
giving a receipt I gave the Doudlah cs
state credit for what I received and
thought if he- had any property to be
found later I could collect the rest but
Instead I have carried on an investigation
which has cost me ten times the amount
I received on my bill. In defense of Mr.
Upton I will say that I was with Mr.
Scott when he visited the safety deposit
vaults, and that In the presence of Mr.
Arnold, who has charge of the vaults,
Mr. Scott and myself, the drawer was
opened, and in it $30 In cash and the 1?
gold nuggets were found. Mr. Arnold was
given a receipt for the same.
Mr. Scott then took the nuggets to J.
H. Flsk's assay office, and It Is of record
there that they were assayed at J33.
As to the carpenter tools, a personal
friend of mine, who obtained a Job for
Doudlah at the Fair, and who worked
alongside of him, -said they were not
worth over J3, and later a carpenter re
fused to give more than that for them.
After a careful Inquiry I found that the
assets of tho estate were not enough to
pay Doudlah's funeral expenses and the
expenses of his last illness, so I took his
nurse. Mr. Mundy, to whom he owed a
bill, to Mr. Upton, who said he would
prepare papers for him and thus save
the cost of hiring an attorney, which he
did as a personal favor to me.
Now, what I wish to emphasize is that
if the wrongs done by Mr. Upton in the
settlement of other estates mentioned aro
no worse than in the estate of J. H.
Doudlah, he has certainly been very un
justly wronged and criticized, and I
think that if the searchers for graft
would probe a little deeper Instead of
skimming over the top they would save
a great deal of red Ink on headlines.
DR. SAMUEL C. SLOCUM.
KILLED IN FAMILY QUARREL
Deserted Husband Forces "Way Into
His "Wife' Home.
CHICAGO. Sept 3. (Speclal.)-As tho
result of a family quarrel, Albert Brandt,
aged 21. Is dead; Steve Harris Is at a hos
pital in a precarious condition, and his
brother, Thomas, is under arrest charged
Three years ago Thomas Harris married
Frances Brandt They lived together but
a short time; when Mrs. Harris returned
to her parents. Today Harris and his
brother. Steve, went to the Brandt home,
demanded admittance, which was refused.
Then they went to the back door and
Albert Brandt met them in the kitchen
and tried to eject them, when Harris
fired five shots, one striking Brandt In
the abdomen and another In the neck,
killing him Instantly. Steve Harris was
beaten over the head with a hammer by
Mrs. Harris. Thomas Harris, when ar
rested, .admitted the shooting. He alleges
SERIES OF BURGLARIES
Organized Band of Thieves May Bo
at Work In City.
A series of burglaries committed last
night has caused the police to think that
another organized crowd of thieves has
commenced to work In t&o city. The
room of George Smith, at 372 First
street, was broken open last night, dur
ing his absence, and JH5 taken from a
bureau drawer. Entrance was gained by
forcing the lock.
Dental rooms In the Alpine block, on
Morrison street between Fourth and Fifth
streets, were broken into yesterday after
noon, tho thieves gaining entrance, by
using a "Jimmy." Tho money till was
opened, but nothing stolen.
The Main Exchange saloon, at 234 Sec
ond street, was entered by thieves break
ing in the glass of a rear window. Four
teen bottles of beer and one bottle of
whisky were stolen.
R. McCall. of 331 Morrison street, re
ported to the police that a gold watch
had been stolen from his room.
BATTLE WITH OUTLAWS
One Is Killed and Another Fatally
Wounded by Officers.
GUTHRIE. O. T., Sept 3. (Special.)
In a desperate battle between outlaws
and officers near Davis, I. T.. today, Sam
Johnson was killed and Jim Jackson was
fatally wounded by officers: Three other
Vote for Onsting Bcrgcr.
OREGON CITT, Or., Sept 3. (Spe
cial.) By unanimous vote Clackamas
County Socialists, at a mass meeting
here today, sustained the action of the
executive commltte In expelling Victor
I. Berger, of Milwaukee. Wis., from
membership in the organization, on the
grounds that In a recent municipal
election at Milwaukee Berger advo
It was charged that Berger advocat
ed consolidation of the Socialists with
the Democrats in order to defeat the
Republican nominee for Municipal
Judge. The fact that the Democratic
candidate was a strong anti-Socialist
made members of the Socialist party
more incensed with the action of their
Labor to Show Its Full Strength.
ABERDEEN, Wash., Sept 3. (Spe
ciaL) Preparations have been com
pleted for the greatest celebration of
Labor day yet known on Gray's Har
bor. Every organization Is pledged to
turn out and each one will be repre
sented on a float It is the intention
to demonstrate to the public the full
strength of the labor organizations of
Contract for Wlshkah River.
ABERDEEN, Wash-, Sept 3. (Spe
cial.) The Council has decided ta
award the contract for building a steel
bridge across the Wlshkah River tq
the Puget Sound Bridge Company at
$25,500 the lowest bidder. The bridge
will be 32 feet wide, twice that of the
old wooden bridge recently razed on
account of Us insecurity.
Secretary Boot Coming Home.
HALIFAX, N. S., Sept 1 Ellhu Root
accompanied by his two sons and Colonel
Sanger, of New York, passed through
Halifax tonight on hia way home from his
trip in Labrador.
Plenty of Help In Hop Fields.
SALEM, Or., Sept 3 (Special.) Picking
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LABOR DAY STORE CLOSED
Eipman. Ololf 0 $ Co.
TOMORROWS STORE NEWS
Sale Black Taffeta Silks
75c 19-inch Black Taffeta at .'..58
85c 23-inch Black Taffeta at : . . . .69
$110 27-inch Black Taffeta at .89
$1.25 36-inch Black Taffeta at. 98c
$1.50 36-inch Black Taffeta at r. $1.29
Cloak Store Special Offerings
Women's 45-inch Tailor-Made Jacket Suits, jp) Eif
Special at p OKI
Women's 27-inch Jacket Suit, fnry 5- ff
Special at . XpD.UU
Women's 36-inch Box Coats, ll?-f
Special at XplU.UU
Latest Model Walking Skirts, ' fi?-f YTV
$5.00, $7.50 and XpIUsUU
$6.00 and $5.00 Ready-to-Wear Eats
$1.50, $1.35, $1.25 New Dress Goods at 89c
65c and 60c New Dress1 Goods at 49c
New Scotch Plaid Dress Goods at $1.25
September Linen Sale
$1.00 Table Damask 79$
Soc Table Damask 67d
$2.00 Table Napkins S1.49
$5.00 Bedspreads 3.25
$2.00 Bedspreads $1.49
$1.50 Bedspreads $1.25
12V2c Huck Towels 9
20c Huck Towels X6
25c Turkish Towels 19
20c Turkish Towels : 15 J
65c Hemstitched Squares ..3o
65c Hemstitched Scarfs ..... 35
September Sale Entire
Begular price $1.00, special at 79
Regular price .50, special at Sj51.19
Regular price $2.00, special at bl.49
Regular price $3.00, special at $2.39
Regular price $3.50, special at $2.68
Regular price $4.00, special at $3.19
Stock of Lace Curtains
Regular price $5.00, special at. . . . .' $3.98
Regular price $6.00, special at $4.79
Regular price $6.50, special at 4.98
Regular price $7.50, special at . . . .$5.95
Regular price $8.50, special at $6.59
Regular price $10.00, special at $7.95
Clpmatl, Ulolfe $ CO. High-Gr&de Watch Repairing
will begin in a few hopyards In this
vicinity early this week but the hop
harvest will not be seneral until "Wednes
day or Thursday. The usual number of
people are preparing to go to the hop
nelds and there will .apparently be an
abundance of labor with which to gather
Grounded to Avoid Collision.
MONTREAL Que.. Sept. 3. The Allan
liner Victorian, which Is aground at Cape'
Alaroche, 50 miles above Quebec, will
probably be floated by Tuosday. The
malls have been forwarded by way of
New York, and some of the passengers
have gone that way also. Others will sail
on other steamers. Passengers' say the
vessel grounded in avoiding running
down the liner Cape Breton.
Liners which sailed for Montreal on
Saturday are anchored in the river as the
channel Is blocked.
Osirinn Cloister Banquet.
Preparations are under way for a
banquet to be given at the American
Inn, next Friday evening by the mem
bers of the order of Hoo Hoo. This oc
casion Is known as the Osirlan Cloister
banquet, and only members of that
cloister have been Invited to similar
festivities in tho past. This year, how
ever, it Is desired to have a larger at
tendance and all Hoo Hoos have been
Invited to be present.
There will also be a big meeting of
the orders at the Armory Saturday
evening-. VIce-Gerent Jay S. Hamilton
has charge of arrangements.
Northwestern People In Xew York.
NEW YORK, Sept. 3. (Special.) North
western people registered today as fol
lows: From Portland R. Fay, at the Marl
borough. From Seattle M. H. Gonnberg. T. H.
Darlington, C. B. Rogers, at the Cumberland.
none of the lines will take the responsi
bility of making changes, and that every
thing will continue as though the con
ference were still m existence.
There are in England 15,000 poatoftlca sav
Kates May Not Be Cut.
LIVERPOOL. Sept. 3. All the steam
ship lines, both British, and continental,
have broken away from the North Atlan
tic conference and are therefore free to
act independently regarding rates, etc. It
Is authoritatively stated, however, that
Six of the housekeeping
questiorvs are settled:
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and settled for good.
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Tried Friends Best
Forthirty yearsTutt's Pills have
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Are truly the sick man's friend.
A Known Fact
For bilious headache, dyspepsia
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The Ideal Beer
BUDWEISER is the standard of quality by which
all other beers are judged.
Commanding the highest price, yet leading in
sales, proves that its superiority is recognized through
out the world.
Sales for 1904, 130,388,520 Bottles.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis, U. S. A.
Orders PrcMpily Filld by
Tillmann & Bendel, Distributors, Portland, Oregon.
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