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THE MOBXXSG OREGOXIAN, TUESDAY, JASTJAHY 23, 1906.
FAVORS GAS GRAFT
Council Jware of the Mayor's
WOULD PROTECT BY TOLLS
"Executive Board Seeks to Stifle Com
petition by Demanding Heavy
Percentage on Compet
.A. scheme of the Mayor, through his
Executive Board, to protect present
franchise-holders against . competition of
new grants, is what members of the City
Council call the board's plan to put a
heavy gross earnings toll on all new
franchises that may be granted.
And because a new franchise is sought
by competitors of the Portland Gas Com
pany, who offer a better and cheaper gas.
Council members declare that the board's
plan is framed in the interest of the pres
ent Gas Graft, and against the interest
of the people, for the reason that the toll
rates are so high as to be prohibitive.
Consequently, the Council will refuse to
Impose the high rates, even though Mayor
Lane shall charge It with granting a
franchise too cheaply and to the detri
ment of the public
A. special session of the streets commit
tee of the Council will be held this after
noon for the purpose of considering the
recommendations of the Executive Board
relative to municipal compensation on
pending electric franchises. At its last
meeting the Executive Board resolved to
submit a recommendation to the Council
favoring a tax on the franchises of the
Cascade Power Company. ML Hood Elec
tric Company and Banfleld-Voysey Light
& Fuel Company, based upon 2 per
cent, of their gross earnings for the first
five years; 3 per cent, for the next five
years: 4 per cent, for the next five years,
and 5 per cent, during the final ten years
of their existence.
Members of the Council view this pro
ceeding in the light of an effort on the
. part of the Lane administration to es
tablish a precedent upon which to base a
prohlbitative toll on future gas franchises
and squelch any competition that 'thrcat
nns the Portland Gas Company. This
status of tho situation was discussed
openly yesterday, and wben the streets
committee meets today It will unques
tionably ignore the recommendations of
the Executive Board on the compensa
Instead of adopting the high tariff Idea,
which a majority of the Council Is con
vinced was framed for "no other purposo
than to encourage monopoly, the commit
tee will probably recommend as a fair
compensation for the city a rate of of
3 per cnt on the gross earnings of the
companies for the first five years. of 1
per cent for the second five years, and 1
per cent for the balance of the term of
KENNEL CLUB OFFICERS
J. Wesley Ladd Chosen President
and E. F. Tucker Vice-President.
The following- officers were electee,
by the Portland Kennel Club last
night: President. J. Wesley Ladd;
vice-president. Dr. Ernest F. Tucker;
treasurer. Henry Ladd Corbett; mem
bers of the board of directors. TV. B.
Fechheimcr, Frank E. Watklns, Dr.
J. C. Zan and Henry Bergcr, Jr.
The officials were chosen at the an
nual meeting of the Portland Kennel
Club held in the rooms of Justice
Hold's court last evening. The meet
ing was not very largely attended,
for there were Just enough members
present to form a quorum, but these
were the most enthusiastic among' the
dog- fanciers of the city.
The meeting was called to order
with vice-president F. A. Fleming in
the chair, and aside from the election
the principal Item transacted was tho
changing of the date of the annual
meeting- from the last week in Decem
ber to the last Wednesday in the
month following- the holding of tho
annual bench show. This move was
made in order to secure a better at
tendance among- the members of the
club, many of whom -find it inconven
ient to attend at this time of the year.
It was also decided upon motion ot
J. A. Taylor that the club should be
incorporated as soon as the now offi
cials take "office and a secretary is
chosen by them. This office was left
open in order to enable the new boara
of directors to select a man for the
office, as F. F. Wamsley, the retiring
secretary, declined the place on ac
count of business and no one present
desired to assume the responsibility.
According- to the members of the
club the coming- bench show will
eclipse anything- of the kind ever held
by the club in the past The affairs ot
the club are in a flourishing- condition;
the report of the secretary showing a
balance of JG05.54 In the treasury.
The treasurer's report was not pre
sented at the meeting- for the reason
that Mr. Goldman is out of the city
on business and promised to turn over
his accounts as soon as ho returned.
Frank E. Watklns was made cus
. tod Jan. of the secretary's books untir a
man for the office shall be chosen.
JAPAN TO MANUFACTURE
English Capital Secured to Carry on
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 22. Shizuo Kon
do, a Japanese capitalist, has arrived here
from London on his way to Japan. The
Chronicle says that Kondo has secured
$7.0001000 paid-up capital in England,
which is to be invested 'In mills and ma
chinery under the management of an En-
. gllsh-Japanese corporation.
After effecting the combination of the
steel and iron works of Japan, the manu
facture of celluloid and silk will be start
ed, and other industries will be taken up
as the capital or the international corpo
The intention is to do the actual manu
facturing in that country, where it can
be done most cheaply, so that the ramlfl
cation of the company's business is like'
ly to 'be widespread.
ST, PAUL BUYS CONTROL
Stock of the Pacific Coast Company
' ? 'SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 22. (Special.)
Within the past ten days a big deal has
been going on In Pacific Coast Company
stock in the New York market, concern
ing which there has been much mystery.
'A special dispatch from New York" says:
"It is understood here that interests
identified with the Chicago. Milwaukee &
St. Paul Railway have obtained for that
company enough stock of the Pacific
Coast Company to place the control of
the latter property In the hands of the
St. Paul road.
"The St Paul recently decided -to extend
-s -lines to the Pacific Coast, and the
value of the Pacific Coast Company to
development of the St Paul's traffic is
apparent The St. Paul directors be
lieve there is enough business for an
other big road with a Pacific Coast termi
nus, and In building Its new line it is not
starting competition with Union Pacific
and Hill lines that will upset the railroad
situation in the far West"
The chief points of value in the steam
ship company to a railroad would be the
terminal facilities that the company own
in Seattle and 5000 acres of coal fields
in the State of Washington held by the
The Pacific Coast Company owns
among other properties the Pacific
Steamship Company, which operates
steamers between this port and Puget
Sound. Alaska. Southern California and
Mexico; the Pacific Coast Railway, a
narrow-gauge road running from "Port
Harford and San Luis Obispo to Los Oli
ves, and the Columbia & Puget Sound
road, which has 55 miles of valuable road
in Washington with advantageous termi
nal facilities in Seattle.
3IIDD5T ACCUSES IIEUTENAT
SNYDER OF SO DOING.
Mayo of 3IIsslssippi Turns on Ac
cusers Y. M. C. A. Opposed
to the Practice.
ANNAPOLIS, Md.. Jan. 22. For the
first time since the present hazing trials
began evidence was today given before
the court-martial tending to support tho
assertidh that officers on duty at Annap
olis have winked at hazing. Midshipman
MAY HAVE TO GO TO SEA SHORT-HANDED UNLESS SAILORS CAN BE SECURED AT ASTORIA
FINNISH BARK ISABEL, BROWNE.
Captain Bruno Danncr, maMrr of the Finnish bark Irabel Brown", will wait no Iwjger In the harbor for pallor, and
h hat decided to go to a short-handed unlfjn enough men can be MK-ured from Artorla or San Francisco without much d
lay. Three men wore tfgned yesterday, but a quartet Is still wanted to nil the complement. The I&bel Browne ha been at
anchor In the stream four days In hors of Retting men. but the sailor boardlng-houf master have been unable to aupplr
thorn, dwplt! earnest efforts. There ar quite a. few men loafing on th beach, but they refue to ro on deep-ea. vescelr.
The Isabel Browne la bound for Grimsby direct, and ?he will probably leave down in tow of, the Harvest Queen this
Claude B. Mayo, of Columbus, Miss.,
testifying in his own behalf, swore that
Lieutenant C. P. Snyder, the officer In
charpe of Bancroft Hall last September,
had used language which was generally
interpreted by the upper classmen to
mean that they should discipline the
fourth classmen by applying: some of tho
usual hazing- methods.
Mayo Is the ninth midshipman to come
before the court since its commencement
and Is the tenth case, as Stephen Decatur.
Jr.. of Portsmouth N. H., has been tried
Fourth Classman Theodore H. Winters
was the first witness for tho prosecution,
and said that one Sunday during Septem
ber Mayo had made him stand on his
head and do the "16." Midshipman John
M. Sloanc said that Mayo had made him
stand on his head about two minutes.
Midshipman Hugh Allen, the first wit
ness for the defense, said that he had
been Mayo's room-mate for a. year and a
half. Mayo's opinion, he said, was that
a. Y. M. C. A. member should not haze.
Mayo, he said, was tho editor of a Y.
M. C. A. publication designed to give
newcomers helpful suggestions.
Lieutenant-Commander Charles B. Mc
Vay, Jr.. testified that Mayo Is one of the
prominent members of the Y. M. C. A.
and it had come to his knowledge that
Mayo considered his position Incompati
ble with hazing.
MORE SN0WSL1DE VICTIMS
Miner and Surveyor Added to List
in Utah and Idaho.
SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 22,-Belatcd
reports from the mountain settlements
have added two more names to the list of
men killed by snowslides within the last
three days. Besides the seven miners
killed at Alta and In American Fork Can
yon, Peter ChristcnBen. a coalmlner, was
killed near Sunnysldc, Utah, on Saturday.
From Rigby, Idaho, is reported the death
of Charles B. Counts, a surveyor em
ployed by the Oregon Short Line, who
was crushed to death under a snowsllde.
Counts was a resident of Jackson's Hole,
Stidger Released on Bail.
DENVER, Jan. 22. Without going Into
the merits ot the case, the Supreme Court
today granted the application for a writ
of habeas corpus made by attorneys for
District Attorney George Stidger. who
was sent to Jail last Saturday, when he
refused to pay a 5500 fine assessed against
him by District Judge Frank T. John
son for contempt. Stidger was later re
leased from Jail in bonds of 5500. The
Supreme Court set the hearing for Feb
ruary 8. The trouble between District
Attorney Stidger and District Judge John
son arose out of the controversy as to
where Informations against violators of
the anti-gambling and Sunday-closing
laws should be filed.
Accused of Bobbing Ills Bank.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.. Jan. 22. J.
A. McFarland, .a prominent business man
of Dale, Ark., was arrested on the train
at Choctaw Junction today by Sheriff
Grace on suspicion of being connected
with the robbery of the bank at Dale
Sunday morning. McFarland was former
ly -vice-president of the bank. It was re
ported yesterday that robbers had en
tered the bank, robbed the safe of H000
Prompt relief In sick headache, dizzi
ness, nausea, constipation, pala in the
I1?.?; E?""11 10 those using Carter's
Little Liver Pills.
Mttrlse Bye Remedy tntrea Eyei; Make Weak
B?w Street. ftooUM Br Pais: Deesa't Saut.
Steamer Alliance Shows Speed
EASILY BEATS THE KILBURN
Well-Known Coaster Makes Tlun
Prom Eureka, xla Coos Bay, to
Portland in Fifty-Nine and
Favored by a strong southeast breeze
the steamer Alliance. Captain Kelly,
completed a run last night from Eureka
to Portland via Coos Bay In S3& hours,
the best time ever made on that particu
lar run the average run being 72 hours.
She reached the Couch-street dock about
5 o'clock, with a heavy cargo and about 53
passengers. She sails for the south
The trip was of particular interest be
cause ot the fact that the Alliance was
not only trying to gain time, having lost
two days on her last visit to Portland, but
also because she succeeded In outrunning
hor competitor, the steamer F. A. Kil
burn, also due to arrive last night The
Kilburn was sighted off the bar yesterday
about noon, but had not crossed in at a
late hour last night It is supposed that
she stood to sea because a mist hung
over the choppy bar.
According to Captain Kelly, the Alliance
and Kilburn left Eureka and reached Coos
Bay together. They remained at that port
about six hours, receiving freight, and
started out for the Columbia at the same
time. They kept well together until
reaching the bar. when the Alliance went
right through, whereas the Kilburn pre
ferred to await a more favorable oppor
tunity, instead of taking chances in the
The Alliance went through without ship
ping a sea, and continued crowding on to
WOULD GO TO TILE BAY CITT
Many Applicants Visit tho Steamer
Olympian In Search of "Work.
While deep-sea sailors are scarce, as
hen's teeth, a number of men visited the
steamer Olympian yesterday In search
for a berth to San Franclco. None of
them, howex'er? were willing to take
chances rounding the Horn to New York,
and so they were told to go elsewhere
for a free passage to the Bay City.
Captain Wise, who will steer the vessel
through the heavy seas that are bound to
come In the Olympian's path, has signed
seven men so far to make the trip, as
follows: Thomas Hangland, first officer;
Fred C Anderson, steward; J. Bcrgeson.
chief engineer; August Chaplain, Fred
Duo to Arrive.
Bteamer From. Date.
Czarina, San Francisco Jan. 23
Jeanle. San Francisco Jan. 23
Senator. San Francisco ..Jan. 21
Northland. San Francisco Jan. 28
Roanoke. San Francisco. .....Jan. 27
Despatch. San Francisco Jan. 27
Nome City. San Pedro Jan. 29
Due to Deport.
Steamer Destination. . Date.
Alliance. Eureka-Coos Bay. ...Jan. 24
Aurelia, San FraaclFCO ...Jan. 24
Senator, San Francisco Jan. 2a
Aragonla. Orient Jan. 2S
Northland. San Pedro Jan. 29
Roanoke. Los Angeles Jan. 30
Despatch. San Francisco Jan. SO
Columbia. San Francisco. .....Jan. 31
Nome City. San Pedro.... .'....Feb. 1
Peltier, John King and D. J. Clupka. sail
ors. Several of these men have been in
shipwrecks before and do not care wheth
er they have to take to the boatsor not,
should .the aged river craft Jar to pieces
off the stormy promontory. The Olym
pian will probably start on her 15,000
mlle voyage today.
CREW DESERTS BARK.
Paramlta Will Have to Engage Xew
Men Before Sailing.
One by one the sailors of the bark
Paramlta have deserted their berths, and
when she gets her lumber cargo on board
at the mills of In man. Poulscn & Co.
Captain Moler will have to look for a
new crew. Out of her crew of ten, eight
have gone since she arrived from San
Francisco, and It Is no sure bet that the
remaining two will stay.
The deserters claim that the Paramlta
is a poor provider In the way of grub, and
they also claim that the burden of hand
ling lumber from the dock Is hard to
The Paramlta- goes to .Mexico wita
Does your baking powder
contain alum ? Look upon
the label. Use only a powder
whose label shows it to be
made with cream of tartar.
NOTE. Safety lies in buying
ocAy the Royal Baking Powder,
which is the best cream of tartar
baking powder that can be had.
lumber for a railroad being built there.
She will be ready to sail in about ten
day. After having delivered her cargo,
she will go to San Francisco to equip
for a x'oyage to the Bristol Bay salmon
Schooner Breaks .Records.
ABERDEEN. Wash., Jan. 22. (Spe
cial.) The four-masted schooner Mu-
ricl Is In port from San Pedro. She
made port In a record-breaklnc run nf
seven and one-half days from San
iedro. Captain Wikandcr. when asked
how he did It. smiled and said:: "We
merely got the wind on our back and
let her go." Some of tho fleet that left
ban icdro 25 days ago liavc not yet
Astoria Marine Xotcs.
ASTORIA, Or.. Jan. 22. (Special.)
The blfr ofr raft that was stranded on
the sands in the lower river for sev
eral months was hauled off by tho
Callcndcr Navigation Company's
steamers at high tide today. It is
now securely anchored In a safe posi
tion so that It can be towed to sea as
soon as the weather conditions will
The American ship Columbia has
cleared at the Custom-House for San
Francisco. She carries 30.900 railroad
ties loaded at St. Helens, and S0.00O
feet of lumber, loaded at Knappton.
The schooner Hugh Hogan has
cleared at the Custom-House for Oak
land with a cargo of 550,000 feet ot
lumber loaded at Rainier.
Captain Lost, but Crew Saved.
PORT ARTHUR. Tex.. Jan. 22. Five
members of the crew of the Welsh
schooner Gwaladis, bound from Cor
bonern. N. F., to Bristol, England, were
picked up at sea by the British steam
er BalakanI, which has arrived. The
schooner became disabled at sea and
the cartain was washed overboard and
Xew Launch Takes "Water.
The gasoline launch Damflno, built
by Merton Curry and his associates,
was launched yejterday afternoon, near
Supple's shipyard. She is one of the
most beautiful gasoline boats, built In
Portland. Most of the machinery was
built by the boys.
Dredger Is Unharmed.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 22. The big
dredger, which went ashore near Dux
bury reef In the gale a week ago was
towed from her Testing place on the
beach early yesterday morning and was
brought safely Injio port. The dredger
sustained little damage and lias sprung
River Steamer Sinks.
MEMPHIS, Tenru Jan. 22. The
steamer Bees Lee, one of the largest
steamboats of the Lee line, plying be
tween Cincinnati and Memphis, sank
near Tiptonville. Tenn. No lives were
lost. The boat will be saved.
The steamer Tottenham will leave down
this morning bound for Shanghai and
The steamer" Sequoia left down yester
day with -400,000 feet of lumber for San
The Homer sailed last night for San
Francisco with a full cargo of wheat and
The steamer Redondo sailed for San
Francisco yesterday with 275,000 feet of
lumber and 05 tonsvof wheat.
Captain J. Sorenson has been given
command of the steamer South Bay in
place of Captala A. Andresen, resigned.
The steamer G. K. Weatworth was en
rolled at the Custom-House yesterday,
asd she will commence towing tomorrow.
Major S. W. Roe&sJer, United States
Engineers, went down to Inspect the Co
lumbia. River Jetty yesterday, and assist
ant Ssgiaeer D. B. Ogdea wsat to Cas
cade Locks to Inspect the dredging work
going on in that vicinity.
The barkentine Northwest put into San
Francisco Sunday for supplies. She ran
out of water and stores while on her way
from Portland to San Pedro.
Kerr. GIfford & Co. have chartered the
French bark Jean Baptlste to load wheat
at this port and Tacoma for the United
Captain C. J. Heilncr, commander ot
the 13th Lighthouse District, returned
from San Francisco yesterday morning.
He reports the Bennington Board dis
solved. The Northwestern Warehouse Company
has chartered the steamer Czarina for six
months to carry wheat to San Francisco
from this port. She has a capacity for
1200 tons each trip.
Although having lost her charter, the
French bark David d'Ang'ers will load
wheat on the Sound. Balfour. Guthrie &
Co. having decided not to take advantage
of the vessel's ill luck.
The schooner Mabel Gale reports having
made a fine run from San Pedro to Port
land, the run taking her 17 days. She Is
loading lumber for a return voyage at
Inman, Poulscn Sc. Co.'s mills.
The Oriental liner Aragonia will shift
to Alaska dock at noon today. Her offi
cers have been highly complimented for
their work in saving the steamer while on
fire on her last outward voyage, and It
is expected that they will be rewarded by
the . underwriters, as Is often the case
when officers and crew perform notable
work in saving the cargo and vessel.
Domestic and Foreign Ports.
ASTORIA. Jan. 22. Condition of tho bar
t 5 P- it.. nhvrtireri? u-lnH n.tK.-. .f
weather dense foir. Arrived down at 4 and
lanca at n .v. at., steamer Columbia, for
San Francisco; arrived at 0:30 and left up
at 10 A. X!., steamer Alliance, from Eureka
and way porta.
Port Harford. Jan. 22. Sailed yesterday
Steamer Whlttler. for Portland.
San Pedro. Jan. 22. Arrived Schooner
Crescent, from Portland.
San Francisco, Jan. 22. Arrived Steamer
Nome City, from Portland; steamer Q. C.
Llndauer. from Gray's Harbor; steamer Cas
cade, from Portland; steamer Central, from
Gray's Harbor; steamer Despatch, from
Portland; steamer Newburg. from Gray's
Harbor. Sailed At 11:30 A. M-, steamer
Senator, for Portland; steamer Shasta, for
Bellinghara; French steamer Admiral Du
peree. for Havre and way ports; steamer
Texan, for Honolulu, via Seattle and Ta-.
Yokohama. Jan. 22. Salted Steamer Em
press of China, for Vancouver.
Tenerlffe. Jan. 22. Arrived German
steamer Naupolla. from San Francisco, for
AT THE THEATERS
What thePrci. AgenU Say.
"Watson's Orientals at the Baker.
"Watson'a Oriental Burlesque Company at
the Baker this week has proved to be all
that was promised, and even a. little more.
In construction the entertainment Is one
that has a field of its own. Introducing two
entirely new burlettas. "Miss Clover" and
"The Bashful Venus." staged by Harry
Montague, whose name la a sufficient guar
antee of Its worth. Remember the bargain
matinee is Wednesday afternoon.
At the Empire.
"The Little Church Around the Corner"
has made a deep impression at the Empire
and is attracting big business. This Is not
alone a fitting tribute to an exceptional piece
of dramatic work, but also to the Taylor
Company, who handle it so cleverly. They
are certainly a "stock" company of versatil
ity and ability. The sentiment expressl In
"The Little Church" Is of a refined and heart
reaching character, while the comedy ele
ment and truly picturesque scenes make a
lasting Impression on those who appreciate
clean, wholesome plays, with healthy emo
tions. The very humanity of the characters
and naturalness of the situation will cause
the play to live for years. At the matinee
on Saturday souvenir pictures of little
Edythe Baynore will be given away.
BOY . NEEDS CERTIFICATE
Graduate of Chinese School In Mex
ico Refused Admission.
EL PASO. Tex., Jan. 22. United States
Commissioner Howe today decided that a
minor son of a Chinese merchant residing
in the United States Is not entitled to ad
mission to this country without a proper
certificate. Wah Chin. In whose case the
decision was rendered, was ordered de
ported. At his trial it was brought out that
there are schools in Mexico that give In
structions to Chinamen how they may an
swer the questions of Immigration offi
cials when arrested In the United States.
Deny Mayor Lane's Statement.
Members of the liquor license com
mittee of the Council yesterday denied
Mayor Lane's published statement that
he had requested the committee to re
voke the license of Thomas Richards.
Last Sunday Mayor Lane wrote a pa
thetic letter to The Orcgonian defin
ing his position In regard to the
Richards case In which he intimated
that he had appealed to the Council
in vain to take away the license of
the place. There Is no record of any
such proceeding and several members
of the municipal legislative body yes-?
terday scouted the Idea that he hact
ever made any such request..
Wants Street Vacated.
A petition has been Sled with the City
Auditor asking the Council to vacate that
portion of Holladay avenue from the cen
ter line of East Eighteenth street to the
west line of East Twentieth, the portion
thus abandoned by the municipality to be
allotted to abutting property-owners.
The petition is signed by. C. D. Bruun.
Ludwig Ross, J. F. Langley, Katharina
L. Barlow, Isldor SIchel and the Oregon
Real Estate Company, and the alleged
reason for asking the vacation of the
thoroughfare Is that it is not now and
never has been used as a public highway
on account of Its lying entirely in Sum
Why don't you try Carter's Little Liver
Pills? They are a positive cure for sick
headach and all tfee Ills produced by dis
German railroads are own
ed by the people and run
merely for the people's com
fort, convenience and safety.
"They pay $187,500,000 a
year in wages to employes,
$700,000 pensions to old em
ployes, $350,000 to widows,
$15,000 for the burial of em
"There is no grafting, no
rate-juggling, no rebates, dis
criminations, thefts, or frauds
Very few accidents, and
fares are less than two-thirds
of American fares.
Read Russell's marvelous
fact-story, "Soldiers of the
Common Good." See it in
Everybody's for February.
15 cents a copy
Sl.50 a year
EXTRACT OF BEEF
the most concen
trated form of beef
goodness for siefc--room
UKUST have THIS sfenatu
'n blue, or It's r.ct Renuine
B1J1 Cilifernla Dimfim BIttirs is a great restor
athre. myigorator and nenrine. The mostwonderful
aphrodiiiac and special tonic for the sexual organs
of both sexes. The Mexican remedy for diseases of
the kidneys and bladder. Sells on its own merits.
NABER. ALFS & BRUNE, Agents
323 Market St., San Francisco. Send for circular.
For sale by all druggists or liquor dealers.
remedy for Gonorrhoea,
Gleet, apermatorrb tea,
White, unnatural Uiar
sol u tultttn.
charges, or any lnaamma-
IPrtTtau eiaurtoa. tion ot muconc menr
ITK1EWSCE1I1G.C9. bran. Jton-aitrlngent.
kWMClHSATl.O.f"! 3H1 hy Druggists,
0.3. A. . I or sent in Blaln wracter.
or Jzpress, prepaid, lot
$1.00. or 3 bottlM. 12.73.
tkxcoUr mason rsqoeK.
THE COMFORTABLE WAYC
TWO OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY
THE ORIENTAL LIMITED
a Tbo Fast Mull
VIA SEATTLE OR SPOKANE
f AimiiiiA I
L Dunatnd VI
1 Leave. Portland Arrive.
Dally. Time Schedule. I Dally.
To and from Spo
8:30 am lease. St. Paul. 7: CO am
11:45 pm Minneapolis, Duluth 6:50 pm
i and All Points East j
To and from St. I
Paul. Minneapolis. I
6:13 pm Duluth and All 8:00 ai;
PolnU East Via
Great Northern Steamshio Co.
Balling from Seattle for Japan and
China ports and Manila, carrylns
paMengers and frelcht.
S. S. Minnesota. February 1.
K. S. Dakota. March 12.
'HTON YUSEN KA1SHA
(Japan Mall Steamship Co.)
S. S. SHINANO MARU will sail
from Seattle about Feb. 20 for Ja
pan ports, carrying passengers and
For tickets, rales, berth reserva
tions, etc. call on or address
City Passenger & Ticket Agent.
122 Third St- Portland. Or.
Danart. A rH v
Clty-SL Louis Special
for ChKhaiia. Centraila.
Olympla, Oray Harbor.
South Bead. Tacoma.
Beattls. Spokane. Lt
rtoi Butte. Billings.
Daver. Oxaaha. Kan
sas U17. a-to a-u r,
leetrlc lighted, for Ta-
cema. Seattle. Spokane.
Butts. Mlaaaapolls. Sr.
Paol and the East 2:00 pm 7:00,
Fuxat Sound Limited, for
coma and Seattle only.. 4:30 pm 19:58 pa
Tacoma, Beattls, Spo
kaat. Helena. Butts.
Tellowstoca- Park. Mla-
i East..... 11:3 pm 8:Mpa
X. Charlton. Assistant- General Fassen
r Agent. 255 Morrison it, eorasr Third.
North Pacific S. S. Co.'s
Staunch S. S. Jeanie
Sails for San FraHclsce and Los Angeles
Direct. Wedaesday, January 24, from Colura
hla Dock No. 1 at 1 P. M.
Fare San Francisco, first-class. $12; second
class. 33. Los Angeles., .first-class. $21.50
Ticket OfSce. 231 WaAhfegtea St.
H. YOUNG, Ageat. ' Psoas Mais 1311
d Union PieiFic
3 TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILYi
Through Pullman standards and tcurlit
Bleeplns-cars dally to Omaha. Chicago. Spo
kane; tourist sleeping-car dally to Kausaa
City; through Pullman tourist sleeping-car
(personally conducted) weekly to Chicago.
Reclining chair-cars (seats free) to tho East
PXIOX DEPOT. Leaves. Arrives.
CHICAGO-PORTLAND 0:15 A. il. 5:25 P. M.
SPECIAL, for the East Dally. Dally.
SPOKAXB FLYER. 6 yj"- ffy
For Eastern Washington. Walla Walla.
Lewlaton. Coeur d'Alene and Great Xorthera
tor tho East via. Hunt
'neton. S:15 P. M.
7U5 A. ZU
FOR ASTORIA and 8:00 P. M. 5:00 P. iC
way polnta. connecting Dally. Dally,
with steamer for llwa- except "P1
co and North Beach, Sunday. Sunday,
steamer Hassalo. Aah- Saturday
st. dock (water per.) 10:00 P.M.
FOR DAYTON. Ore- 7:00 A. M. 5:30 P. M,
gon City and Yamhill Dally. Dally
River points. Ash-sU except except
dock (water per.) Sunday. Sunday.
For Lewlston. Idaho, and -way polnta from
Leave Rlparia. 5:40 A. M. or upon arnva
train No. 4. dally except Saturday.
Arrive Kiparia P. M.. dally except ynasj.
Ticket Office. Third and Washington.
Telephone Main "12. C. W. Stinger. City
Ticket Act; A. L. Craig. Gen. rasscnger Agt.
tor Salem. Roae
3 en, San Francis
co, Mojave. Los
Anseles, El Paso,
New Orleans aad
8 :15 P. M.
1:25 A. M,
.onnecta at "Wood
burn dally except
Sunday rth train
tor Mount Angel,
3:30 A. M.
5:55 P. M.
f sllle, Springfield.
Wendiing ana -Natron.
connects at Wood
lum with Mt. An-
4:13 P. M.
10:33 A M4
I gel and Sllverton
merldan passenc r
7:30 A. M.
4:50 P. M.
t!0:45 P. M.
5:50 P. it.
8:25 A. M.
tl:50 P. M.
Dally. tDally except Sunday.
SERVICE AND YAMHILL
Depot. Foot of Jefferson Street-
t t .lon qIIv fnr Diwrra at 7:3(1
A. M.; 12:50. 2:05. 4. 5:20., 0:25. :30 10:10.
ii.Sft t f T.-iilv Meent Sunday. 5:50. tt.30-
8:35. 10:25 A. M. Sunday only, 9 A. M.
Returning rrom vjawego, wmo ""
daily. 8:30 A. M.; 1:55. 3:05, 5:05. 6:15. 7:33.
9:55. 11:10 P. M-: 12:55 A. M. Daily except:
Sunday. 0:25. 7:25. 9:30. 11:45 A- M. Bunda
only. 10 A. M.
Leave from same aepot ior uui in
termediate points dally. 4:15 P. M. Arrlva
Portland. 10:10 A. M.
operates dally to Monmouth and AUlle. con
necting WllQ O. X". v.i. a uuu "
First-class faro from Portland to pacr.
memo ami --- , -v--
Second-class fare. $15. Second-class berth.
$2.50. . . .
Ticket to Eastern points ana futuy.
Japan. China. Honolulu and Australia.
CITY TICKET OFFICE? corner Third aa4
Washington streets. I'hone Main 712.
C. W. STINGER, A. L. CRAIG,
Cltr Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. Agt.
Astoria and Columbia
River Railroad Co.
Leaves. UNION DEPOT. Arrives.
Dally. For Maygers. Rainier. Daily.
Clifton. Astoria. War
renton. Flavel. Ham-
8:00 A. M. mond. Fort Stevens. 1120 A. X
Gearhart Park. Sea
side. Astoria and Sea
shore. Express Dally.
7:00 P. M. Astoria Express. 0:50 P. 2
C A- STEWART. J. a MAYO.
Camm'l Agt.. 243 Alder st- G.F.JsP.A,
Phone Main 90S.
SAN FRANCISCO S PORTLAND
Operating the Only Passenger Steamers foe
San KruncLtco Direct.
Sailing dates from Portlano! S. S. Sena
tor. January 2t; February 5. 15. 23, March 7.
Columbia, January 31; February 10, 20;
REDUCED ROITND-TRIP RATE, $23.
Urths and MeaN Included.
.IAS. II. DEWSON, Agt.
Phone Main 268. 218 Washington St,
For South -Eastern Alaska
Steamers leave Seattle 9 P.M.
S. S. Cottage City, via Van
couver and Sitka. Jan. 10. 24.
For San Francisco direct:
Queen. City of Puebla. Uma
tilla. 0 A. M.. Dec 29: Jan.
3. 8. 13. 18, 23. 28.
Portland Office. 240 Washington st- Main 223
r a o M. LEE. Pass. & Ft. Agt.
C- D. DUNANN. G. P. A.. 10 Market st. S. y
WILLAMETTE RIVER ROUTE
Corvallls. Albany. Independence and Salem,
sinuitfr VnTnnnn. leaves 6:45 A. M.. Tues
day. Thursday and Saturday, for Oregon Clty,,
Saiem and way.
Steamer Altona leaves 6:45 A. M.. Moaday,
Wednesday and Friday.
OREGON CITY TRANS. CO..
Office and Dock Foot Taylor St.
FAST AND POPULAR STEAM SHIP 3
LEAVE SEATTLE 9 P. M.
"Jefferson." January 3. 17 aad 31, 9
P. M.. via WrangeL
Taralloa," about Jan. 7, 25, 9 P. M.
CHEAP EXCURSION KATES.
- On excursion trips steamer calls at
Sitka. Metlakahtla. Glacier. WrangeL
etc. la addition to regular ports of
Call or send for "Trip to Woaderfal
Alaska." -Indian Basketry,'' '"Totesa
THE ALASKA S. S. CO..
Frank Woolsey Co.. Agents.
252 Oak St. Partiaad. Or.