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vote is ra
Official ' Returns Compiled in
NO CHANGES IN RESULT
County Clerk Fields Heads Ticket
With 10,191 Votes Phllo Hol
brook, Jr., Is Republican
Nominee for Surveyor.
The official canvass of the election
returns in Multnomah County show
that County Clerk Fields received
10.191 votes and heads the list. J. II.
Ackerman, candidate for Superintend
ent of Public Instruction, is next in
line, having: polled 10,169 votes. There
was no opposition to either of these
candidates. Mr. Fields had no Demo
cratic opponent, and received 66 votes
in the Democratic primaries, conse
quently he is both the Republican and
Democratic nominee. J. H. Ackerman
likewise received tho Democratic as
well as the Republican nomination for
tho office for which he aspires. His
Democratic vote was 21, and as on the
Republican ticket he had no opposi
tion. He is the present Incumbent.
O. P. HofC is the Democratic and Re
publican nominee for Commissioner of
Labor. He received 17 Democratic
votes. Frank S. Barnes is also the
Democratic nominee for County Com
missioner and the Republican nominee
for the same office. His Democratic
vote was -25, George O. Tllden 14, W.
B. Steele 12.
Charles Mautz, Republican nominee
for Constable of the East Side, Is also
on the Democratic ticket, having re
ceived the highest vote for tho office,
J. W. Bell, who was defeated for
the Republican nomination for Jus
tice of the Peace, West Side, by "Will
iam Reld, strange to relate, has re
ceived the Democratic nomination for
the same office, receiving: 11 votes.
The others voted for were C. E. S.
Wood 1. H. C. Kins 3, 'William Reld 7.
Tho Democrats had no regular candi
date for this office. Harry Gurr is
the Democratic nominee for Constable
of the Portland Justice Court. HI
vote was 24. P. Maher 7, John L- Day
33. Lou "Wagner 12, Rev. Clarence True
Wilson 4, Rev. J. V. Brougher 4,
George Franklin 2, "W. P. Ullis 9.
Oglesby Young is the Democratic
nominee for Judge of the State Circuit
Court, Department No. 4, having polled
345 votes. M. C- George received 26
votes. For Judge of the State Circuit
Court, Department No. 2, H. B. Nich
olas Is the nominee. He received 118
votes. A. F. Sears. Jr.. 20. R. G. Mor
row 10. C. r. Gantenbein received 36
A. F. Flegel was nominated for State
Senator for the Seventeenth Joint Sen
atorial District, receiving 106 votes,
Alex. Sweek 1, J. B. Ryan 8. A. P. Nel
son Is the Democratic nominee for
Representative in this district. He
polled 19 votes. The Democrats had
no regular candidates for these two
AH of these Irregular nominations
were made by electors writing the
names on the ticket, and making a
cros opposite the name. This con
forms to the provisions of the direct
John M. Gearln received 12 votes on
the Democratic ticket for United
States Senator for the short term. He
also received the nomination for the
long term. In the June election he
will, therefore, run against Fred "W.
Mulkev. Republican nominee for the
short "term, and Jonathan Bourne. Re
publican nominee for the long term.
Thomas Word received 250 votes on
the Republican ticket for Sheriff, and
3d. J. Malley two. George E. Chamberlain
polled 33 Republican votes for Governor.
Phllo Holbrook. Jr.. received 175 votes on
the Republican ticket for the nomination
for County Surveyor. R. S. Grcenleaf
ik ,ry v K Neville, the Democratic
candidate. 120. Holbrook Is therefore the
The official vote on the Republican
ticket so far as the official canvas has
been completed in Multnomah County
shows the following result:
United States Senator (short term).
Fred W. Mulkey. 7801.
United States Senator (long term), li.
M Cake. 4720; Jonathan Bourne, Jr.,
2655: Stephen A. Lowell. 1556; E. B. Wat
son. 1496: E. L. Smith. 991. Cake's plur
Representative in Congress-George S.
Shepherd. 4530: W. R. Ellis. 2820; William
J. Lachncr, 2262: John L. Rand, 1393.
Shepherd's plurality. 1610.
Governor T. T. Gecr. 4695: James
Wlthvcombe. 2920: Charles A. Johns. 2017:
Charles A. Sehlbrede 3S1. Geer's plural
Secretary of State Frank W. Benson,
6641; Claud Gatch. 659S: Lot L. Pearce.
1549; Frank T. Wrlghtman. 103S. Benson's
State Treasurer Ralph W. Hoyt. 4501:
George A. Steel. 3730: E. V. Carter. 1273:
Thomas F. Ryan. 1097: John H. Aitkin.
S8S; A. C. Jennings, 283. Hoyt's plurality,
Supreme Judge Robert Eakln. 9777.
Attorney-General A. M. Crawford. 5474:
V. C Roger, rrnrfdrnt.
There Is much enthuflsrm among the toastae! men and residents of St. Jo has for the sw Cemmretal dab ttsat aa ba erzaalsed at taat place. Already
there Is a large aad gro-arlsg membership, and It Is expected that It will reaxa ever 1M. The new officers are: D. C Xeger. pretet; L B. fbtinnw. vKe yrestdeat;
G. J. Perkla. secretary; P. J. Peterson, treasurer. All are well-known bustaer men aad rorty-e aers. Frealaectt Rogers M yettray:
'We .shall .make the St. Johns Commercial Club an effective orjrSRlMtloc In the twll41ajr of fit- Johns. We want every cllls feterested la the pteee to h jee
a member and help in the work we hare andertaVen In U Johns. We shall be la a petition to co-operate with other commercial clb t Ortgaa.
St. Jeans baa a pepalation or aearlr 9060. and ha large commercial -tatereats which the dab will leok after. Mayec F. W. Taleattee is of Ms foremost aad
meet aetlve member. At the next meeting, to be held "Wele.y evening. May 2. a beard ef dtrecters will e elected aad arraogsmtau wH be mails fee" belaiag
George H. Duraaaa. . Crawford's w
aaperiatondont Public Iutrecttoa-J. H.
State Printer Willis 8. Doaeway, 7;
J. R. Whitney 2X3; W. J. Clarke, IE.
Danlways plurality 570.
Comniisctener of Labor O. P. Hob. 9752.
Judge Circuit Court No. I Alfred F.
Sears. Jr., 6882; Robert G. Morrow, sm.
Sears plarallty, 1043.
Judge Circuit Court No. 4 C U. Gan
tenbein. 579; M. C George, 56. Ganten
beln's plurality. 144.
State Senator Clackamas and Multno
mah Counties A. A. Bailey. 4fH: Samuel
ConnrIL 3348: G. M. Orton. 361S. Bailey's
Joint Representative Clackamas and
Multnomah Counties James U. Campbell.
6588; Harvey E. Crow. 2705. Campbell's
SUte Senator Eighteenth District S. C
Beach. 3836; John Gill. 2555: Elmer B. Col
well, 2401: M. J. MacMahon. 1184; W. H.
Cbapln, 5399; David C. Burns. 5383; John
Drlscoll. 5212: J. C Bayer. &M; Harry .
Northup, 5015; Frank F. Freeman, 4990;
John B. Coffey, 4960: Robert W. Wilson.
4S48; Robert S. Farrcll. 4729; Joseph W.
Beveridge. 4665; L. H. Adams. 4606; N. D.
The foregoing twelve are nominated.
The votes on the other candidates follow:
Dave B. Mackie. 4452; Charles Cleve
land. 4176; Edgar H. Thornton. 3764; Clif
ton N. McArthur, 2723; W. P. Xeady, 3488;
T. J. Monahan 3461; It. M. Bush. 8381:
R. E. L. Simmons. 3176: S. A. Matthlcu,
3141; C. J. Llttlepage. 30G4: L. M. Davis.
3060; James R. Thompson, 2964; A. H.
Sandstrom. 2SS6; William Wanner. 2775'; P.
A. MacPherson, 2649; H. H. Emmons.
2612: Albert B. Ferrera, 2505; Samuel IL
County Judge Lionel R. Webster, 5639;
R. R. Giltnor, 3691; A. T. Lewis. 2386.
Webster's plurality. 1946.
County Commissioner F. C. Barnes.
5163; W. B. Steele. 249S; David O. Fisher.
1068: George A. Tllden. 1066: James Shar
Inghausen. 836. Barnes' plurality. 263S.
County Sheriff Robert L. Stevens, 4018;
X. H. Bird. 2827: Penumbra Kelly. 2218;
W. A. Storey. 1473; Frank T. Rogers. 604.
Stevens' plurality, 1191.
County Clerk F. S. Fields, 10,191.
County Treasurer-John M. Lewis. 7225;
Joseph A. Ryan, 3604. Lewis' majority.
County Auditor-Carl A. Brandes, 5451:
Wilbur G. Kerns. 3383; W. H. Pope, 2048.
Brandes' plurality, 206S.
County Coroner J. P. Flnley. 4790;
Samuel C. Slocum, 4171; Van C. Dunning,
1629; Andy De Lin. 937. Finleys plurality
"MADE IN OREGON" FAIR
Valuable Prlres Will Be Awarded
for Window Decorations.
In order that the window dressers of
Portland shall receive the proper recog
nition for The sen-ices they have agreed
to render In the "Made in Oregon" ex
position, which will be held In this city
May 19th to 26th. inclusive. It ha bein
J decided by the general committee to give
w in casn prizes as follows:
J" or the window which possesses the
highest advertising value, $20.
For the most artistic window,, $20.
For the best window display of goods
manufactured In Oregon outside of Mult
nomah county, $20.
For the window containing the greatest
variety of Oregon made products. $20.
For the next best four windows. $3 each.
All windows arranged for competition
must be so marked and the secretary
notified In writing at his office. 215 Ore
gonlan building. All windows entered In
competition must be dressed with Ore
gon made goods.
The Queen of the exposition will be
selected In a unique way. which prevents
any favoritism being shown. All young
jhuics wno nave aspirations to become
Queen of the exposition are requested
to send their photographs without name
or aaoresf to Secretary Freeman. The
most beautiful young lady will be chosen
and her photograph printed In the news
Military Ball Kalfcs Fund.
About $100 was raised at the grand
military ball given by the officers and
enlisted men of the Oregon National
Guard at the Armory last night. The
soldiers proved to be royal hosts and
tne ball was one of the most thorough
ly enjoyable social events of the sea
son. Preceding the dancing. Mrs. Wal
ter Reed rendered a vocal solo. Music
was furnished by an orchestra of about
2o pieces, under the direction of Ar
thur Clifford. The reception committee
was composed of captains of the Na
tlonal Guard. The committee of ar
rangements consisted of Captain C. F.
Smith. Captain R. C Scott. Captain W.
L Gould; Lieutenant Lee M. Clark. Lieu
tenant J. A. McDonald. Lieutenant D.
E. Bowman. Lieutenant Walter Wilson
and Lieutenant W. M. Denney. The pa
tronesses were Mrs. James Jackson,
Mrs. Harry Lane. Mrs. W. E. Flnzer,
Mrs. C. U. Gantenbein and Mrs. L. II.
Motor-Car for Oswego linn.
Union Pacific motor-car No. 4 has been
taken to the Jefferson street Southern
Pacific depot, and will probably go Into
service on the Tamhlll division today,
taking the place of the Oswego local.
The car Is not adapted to climbing steep
grades and it was found unsulted to the
Forest Grove run on account of the steep
hill on J-ourtn street.
The car will run on the same schedule
as the Oswego local, but will be cheaper
of operation, and will require only three
men to run It, an engineer, fireman and
The car seats 45 passengers and is of
100 horsepower. The trailer sent to Port
land with the car will not be attached
to It on the Oswego run. as It Is not
needed. It provides accommodations for
mall, baggage and express. These things
will be carried on other trains operating
on the Tamhlll division.
OF ST. JOHN'S COMMERCIAL CLUB IS EFFECTED AND OFFICERS
L. B. CfelpMaB, Tloe-Prf KeaU
BUCK FROM ORIENT
Portland-Asiatic Liner Nico-
media Makes Quick Trip.
BRINGS BIG LOT OF CEMENT
Officers .Report TlaTlHg Spoken aa
"American Barkcntiac Off the
Coast, Using Code Dis
carded Long Ago.
The German steamer Nicomedla re
turned from the Orient at 10:30 o'clock
lat night, brindne 4500 tons of
freight. Including 5300 barrels of Ja
panese cement, which will come In
handy at this particular time on ac
count of the scarcity of the xnaterlaL
The remainder of the cargo consist of
matting. rice and general Chinese mer
chandise. Discharging will be com
menced at Montgomery Dock No. 1 this
The Nicomedla made the run from
Tokohama to tho Columbia River In
exactly 16 days and 12 hours, or about
one and a half day quicker than the
average passage across the Pacific. She
encountered splendid weather from
Dae to Arrire.
Steamer From Date.
Costa Rica, Sin Francisco.. Indefinite
F. A. Kllburn. San Frar.d-co. April 25
Alliance. Eureka and way.. .April 29
Roanoke, Los Angeles May 7
Arabia Orient June 21
Barracouta. San Franelreo.... April 27
Dae to Depart.
Steamer For Date.
Roanoke. Lot Angeles.......... May 9
Costa Rica. San Francisco.. Indefinite
F. A. Kllburn. San Francisco.. May i
Alliance. Eureka snd way May 1
Nicomedla. Orient Mar 10
Arabia, Orient July 1
Barracouta. San Francisco. . . .April SO
port to port and nothing occurred to
mar the trip. About ISO inlle. off th
mouth of the Columbia River an Amer
ican barkentlne In ballast was sighted.
She asked for her position, but the offi
cers oi uie Hamburg-American liner
were unable to assist her because her
signals were of the old International
code, which was discarded some five
years ago. and the flags were not on
saY tne Amfcan barkentlne sig
naling, but could not make her out om
tll It finally dawned on us that she
was using the old signal code. Wc
understood that she asked for her po
sition, and gave it to her with the new
code." said one of the officers, "but I
don't suppose they understood us, since
we had to answer with the new code.
The Americans arc pretty well un-to-
date. as a rule, and we were certainly
surprised wnen we discovered that the
old code was still being used after
having been discarded five years ago.
w ner xasi trip rrom Portland, the
Nicomedla ran into terrific weather.
and oil had to be used all the way
across to Tokohama. The seas were
something awuL so the officers de
clare, and sheets of water poured over
the boat. Off Hongkong the weather
was so thick that the large Pacific
Mall steamers had to lay outside
couple of days, but the Nicomedla
managed to grope her way Into the
captain wagemann is In command,
and he was met on the wharf last
night toy nls wife, who Is now a real
dent of this city. O. Frlck Is chief of
fleer. In place of Chief Officer Franke.
who left the steamer In Hongkong for
a trip to t-urope. two new men, E.
Edler and R. Gause. arc second and
third engineers, their predecessors hav
Ing accepted positions on steamers of
the same company plying on the Chi
FINGER 3IAIIKS GIVE CLEW
Watchman of Steamer Telephone Is
Found Dead in Willamette.
Finger-marks on the side of the
cabin of the steamer Telephone led to
the discovery yesterday of the body
of one or ner watchmen. William B.
Flannigan. who has been missing since
late Tuesday night, when he was last
seen, about to cross the Morrison-
street bridge. Hugh Brady dragged
the river and found the bods in 40
feet of water, under the piling at the
foot of East Pine street, where the
Telephone is tied up.
Captain James S. Cochran, managing
owner of the Telephone, was notified
early yesterday morning by nenry
Parker, another watchman employed
on the steamer, that Flannigan had
failed to appear since Tuesday night,
when he went ashore to see some
friends. Mr. Cochran did not believe
that anything serious had happened to
Flannigan. who had been In his em
ploy for many years, and could not
be persuaded to drag the river until
G. J. PerUo. Seerrtarr.
The foundation of Stein-Block
Smart Clothes is merit. Through
out the great organization, of the
Stein-Bloch Shops the sole test of
craftsmanship is merit. Stein
Bloch merit has been developing
for 51 years.
Tkis label is in every coat.
fkrvxsaa," the boot of the Stea-Block
'aetbeds nf styles, sent wx&ost cote.
Tailor Shops and Main OSces,
Rochester, N. Y.
Scw7orr, 130-132 fifti Ave.
finger-marks were discovered on the
side of the cabin, showing that some
one had made a frantic attempt to
reach the wire netting fence a few
A systematic search was made on the
steamer, but everything was as left
by Flannigan when he went ashore
Tuesday evening. In order to solve the
mystery. Hugh Brady was engaged to
drag the river. He found the body a
few feet from where the finger-marks
Indicated that someone might have
fallen overboard. The body was taken
to the morgue, but it Is not likely that
an Inquest will be held, since the cir
cumstances point conclusively to acci
Flannigan fell Into the river In try
ing to board the steamer by climbing
over the rail. Instead of going over the
board serving as a gangplank near the
bow of the boat.
Flannigan was about 40 years of age.
He leaves a brother, Richard Flanni
gan. and a sister, Mrs. Margaret
Clancy. In Anaconda. MonU, and In
structions arc awaited from them re
garding the disposition of the remains.
Flannigan was -jacx uempeej- s spar
ring partner In the days when the favor
ite champion was In his prime.
Beacon Bock Arrives Safely.
VICTORIA. B. C. April 2S. The Brit
ish ship Beacon Rock, long overdue,
with a cargo of general merchandise,
passed In today and will arrive tomor
row morning. The Beacon Rock, which
left Liverpool nearly a year ago. whs
one of the fleet damaged by storms
off Cape Horn, and was forced to put
back to Montevideo, where three
months were spent In making repairs.
Aragonla's Sailing Delayed.
The Oriental liner Aragonla did not
get away yesterday morning as ex
pected, and she was at the Hour mills
last night when her sister ship, the
Nicomedla. pulled Into the harbor. The
Aragonla will. In all probability, get
away today, although she may be held
until tomorrow morning..
British Ship Bardowic Arrives.
Nineteen days out from San Francisco,
the British ship Bardowle arrived In the
Columbia river at 1 o'clock yesterday
afternoon bringing a cargo of pig Iron,
firebrick and miscellaneous freight from
Newcastle-on-Tyne. The cargo, of which
a portion was delivered at San Fran
cisco, comes consigned to Meyer. Wilson
Steamers Leave San Francisco.
a dlsnatch was received yesterday from
San Francisco stating that the steamers
Barracouta and F. A. Kllburn had sailed
for Portland. The Kllburn will come via
Coos Bay and Eureka, while the Barra
couta comes direct.
Despatch to Load at VancoHvcr.
After discharging n small amount of
freight last night, the atcara schooner
Despatch went to Vancouver to load a
cargo of lumber.
The steamer Roanoke railed for Port
P. 3. McrHe, TrcM-crrr.
i'aaaaaaaaWt-' ' LaaaaaaaV
Los Angeles via Eureka last nlghe with
a full cargo and many paaseagcrs.
The steamer Despatch arrived at Couch
street wharf last night from San Pedro,
where she delivered a cargo of lumber
from this port. She will take another
cargo of lumber south.
The steamer Mctlako was brought down
from the yards of the Portland Ship
Building Company yesterday afternoon.
She win be placed in commission fn a
few days as tender In connection with
the construction of the Columbia river
Word was received from San Fran
cisco yesterday stating that the British
steamer Henley will proceed to Van
couver. B. C., to load lumber for Aus
tralia Instead of coming to Portland, as
was the Intention a few weeks ago. The
Henley is under charter to J. J. Moore
Domestic and Foreign Ports.
ASTORIA. April 28. Condition of the bar
at 3 P. M.. smooth: wind south; weather
rainy. Arrived at 5 A. M. and left up at 9
A. M. Steamer Despatch, from San Pedro.
Arrived at 8 A. M. and left op at 1 P. M.
German steamer Nicomedla. from Hongkong
and wr portji Sailed at 11:30 A. M.
Barkentlne Arago. tor San Tranetoco. Sailed
at - P. M. French bark General Neamayer.
for Queenstown or Falmouth for orders.
Arrived at 4 V. M. British ship Bardowle.
from San Francisco. Arrived at 4:43 P. 3L
Steamer Elmore, from Tillamook.
San Francisco. April 25. Sailed Steam
ers Barracouta and F. It. Kllburn. for Port
land. VESSELS IX PORT.
La as her.
. T. P. Emlgb. barkentlne. at Portland Lum
ber Mills, loading for San Pedro.
Alvena, barkentlne. at Rainier, loading
lumber for San Franclsco.-
Oceano. steamer. loading at Inman. Poul
aen Co.' mills for Tilngtau.
Emllle. German ship. 1T3S tons, at Mersey
dock, discharging cargo.
Despatch, steamer, at Vancouver. Wash.
Nicomedla. German steamer, at Montgom
ery dock No. 1.
MnijSOnU intair l Port,Bi Flouring
Will Issue Fair Dividend.
Within a short time the call for the
final meeting of directors of the Lewis
and Clark Exposition Corporation to au
thorize the Issuance of checks for the
Fair dividend will be made by President
H. W. Goode. About J103.C00 remains In
the treasury after all claims on the Ex
position were paid, and this will mean a
dividend of 25 per cent for the stock
holders. A few minor matters In regard
to leases on the grounds occupied by the
Exposition remain to be settled, but
these will probably be adiusri vithtn
the coming week and the dividend order
Coffee Most Pernicious.
A manly young fellow, working his
way through school .and whom the
world will bear of some day. came
near blighting all his prospects by cef-fee-drlnklng.
-I drank coffee all my life.-he says.
ana looKing back I can see that It
was rcsponsioie for much of the ner-
IUU3UU9 huh wiucn a sunered as a
cjuia. our years ago. while at
preparatoT scbooi 1 began to use It
more freely than ever before.
T Imagined It strengthened me, but
as the school year went on I felt that
1 was piaylng out." First, I was trou
bled about studying in the evening-.
thea I got so I could not sleep well
and rose In the morning un re freshed.
My nerves grew shaky, hands trem
bled, eyes pained me, and sometimes
at the blackboard everything- would
seem to turn black I couldn't see
what 1 was doing and would have to
take my seat. Then asy brain seemed
to grow sluggish I could not think
clearly and censecutlrely.
Thas things went on for a year
sometimes a little better, then worse
again. I laid it to various causes, bat
didn't hit on the right one till I went
te a physlclaa. He said that say Her-
veas system aaa dlgesttea were la
bad shape, owing to Improper diet.
and the use of ceffee. I said X cea4at
get along without coffee. bHt he ln-
stiies laai i 9SD8IS give 11 ap aaa use
Poetum Food Coffee Instead.
T at ence changed my diet, aad for
a lime lived principally on Pastas.
Grape-Nats and j fresh fruit. The Im-
prevemeat began quickly ts manifest
Its dr. Jiy aleep eaaia back, say brain
grew clear and active, my nerve were
steadied and say digest km Is better
than ever feefere. Tke eelor has cemes
back to my cheeks and I gained nearly
3 4W4" weight la three aeeataa. My
attad is aetlve aad I eajey stsdytaav I
owe It all t Feetuat Feed CeCee and
Xaar gireft by Feetsm Ce Settle
Creek. Xtek. Tfcere's a reuse a.
Xead the lfttae a4c The Ked
shmld fee geatly nAfeea wka Pass's
Kstract aaa baaaages applied. The
paia u relieves, tke swellisg k
daced aaa tke csoceakd hoBerrages
which mmally accerapaay sp rates
are checked. The iprai&s should be
carefally rubbed upwards from below
the Mjury with Pead's Extract. Its
aatiaeptic properties are of the utraett
aloe ia. keepisg the blood clots that
accaiBpaay spraias fraa decenpos
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ttmUun WMakahat tr UrmaHcfsrfe
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The Past Mail
VIA SEATTLE OR SPOKANS.
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Leavs. 1 Time Schedals. Arrive.
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aespolls. 7uluth and 8:30 pm
Alt Points East Via
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EalHag- from Seattle for Japan aad
China, ports and Manila, carrrtag
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8. S. MteaeseCa. April 39.
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For ticSsts. rates, berth rtsarva
tlsss. lc call on or addrsas
H- DICKSON. C, P. T. A.
122 Third St. Portland. Or.
Pheae Mais 088.
Clty-Bt. UiU pecji
tor ChehaMa. CsntraUa.
OlyBBSla, Gray's Harbor,
South Bead. Taeeaa.
Seattle. Seekase. Lew
latea. Butte. Billings.
Dearer. Omaha. Kan
sas City. St. Louis aad
Kerth Coast ZJsItsd.
electrle llghtsd. for Ta
eases. Seattle. Spokaae.
Batts. MlaasaiioUa. St.
Paal aad Ua iEaat 2:99pm
Paget Sound Limited for
ClareraoBt, C h h a 1 In
Ceatralla. Tacoraa and
beatus otuy ........... tivvpm. 10:55 pra
JsjVi City Express for Ta-
cesaa. Eeattls. Spekaas.
Btlesa. Butts. Sc. Paul.
Oatshs. St. Joseph. St.
ImIs. Kansas City.
wKheat chasgs of ears.
Dtrf'Tt connections for all
elats Best aad South
east 11:43 pm esepm
A Dl Charltes. AssUtaat Gsaeral Passes-
Agent, ass xermea st, eerasr TMro.
S. S. SENATOR Jose
Secure Tickets Now
MUTHKASTERN AL.VSKA ROUTS
Fresa SeatUe at 9 P. M. for Ketehl
kaa. Jaaeaa. Skagway. vTaite Horse.
Dawsea aad -Fair hanks.
S. 8. City of Seattle. May l-ll-Zl-a.
8. 8. Humboldt. May
8. 8. Cottage City (via. Sitka). May 4-13.
S. 8. Spokane. Juae 7-21; July S-29
FOR SAX FKAXC1SC0 DIRHCT
Freaa Seattle it J A. M.; salHags Inde
yartSsMeA 94fekWt 3Ma rsaWkataVCaaMal
C. JC. XJBsXr xfaejaw A Ft. Agt.
C D. IXJXANH, 3. f: A,
3 TSADfS TO THE XAfT DAILU
Through Pullman standards and tourist
aWplcs.cars dally to Omaha. Chicago, Spo
kane; tourist slcfplng-car dally to Kaaoas
City. Reclining chair-cars (aeats free) to
tne caat aany.
VXIOK DBPOT. Leaves. " Arrives.
CHICAGO-PORTLAND 9:13 A. M. 55 P. M.
SPECIAL for the Bast Dally. Dally.
EPOKAXS FLTKR. 6;l? M-' 8:9 iV M'
For Eastern Washington. Walla Walla.
Leivlston. Coenr d'AIene and Great Northern
flfV.1???53 S:t3 P. M. 7:15 A. 3C
forthe .East via Hunt Dajiy. Dally.
FOR ASTORIA and S:0OP.M. 3:00 P. 31.
way points, connecting Dally. Dally,
with steamer for Ilwa- except except
co and North Beach Sunday. Sunday,
steamer Hasjalo. Ash Saturday
at. dock 10:00 P. M.
FOR DATTON. Ore- 7:00 A.M. 3:30 P.M.
gon City and Yamhill Dallr. Dally.
IlTr point. Ash-st. except except
dock (water per.) Sunday. Sunday,
For LewUton. Idaho, and way points from.
Leave Rlparia. 3:40 A. M. or upon arrival,
train No. 4, dally except Saturday.
Arrive Klpana, 4 r. ii.. daily except jsti-
Ticket Office. Third and Wasfclagtw.
Telephone. Mala 712. C. W. Stinger. City
Ticket Agt.: A. L. Craig. Gea. rasa. Agt.
for Salem. Rose
den. San Fran
Los Angeles. El
Paso. New Or
leans and ta
with trains tor
Mr. Angel. Sll
Wood burn with
MC Angsl and
ger. Sheridan passsn
gtr. Forest Grove
8:45 P. M
8:39 A. M
10:33 A, "4
8:33 A. 1C'
4:13 P. M
t":80 A. M.
J 10:45 P. M.
Dallr. Dally except Sunday.
PORTLAND-OSWEGO SUBURB A3f
SERVICE AND YAMHILL
Depot. Foot of Jefferson Street.
Leave Portland dally for Oswego at I'M
A. M.: 12:30. 2:03. 4. 5:20. 6:23. 8:39. 10J.
11-30 P. M. Dally except Sunday. 5:39. 8:3
8:33. 10:23 A M. Sunday only. 0 A. M.
Returning xrom uswego. arrive rutuMi
day only, 10 A. M- .
Leave rrom same aepot xor jjsiiu mu
termedUte points dally. 4:15 P. M. Arrive
Portland. 10:15 AM. ...
The maepenaenca-axonmouia Jioior us
t.. it.n. tn Mnnrannth unci A!rlla COB-
nectlng with S. P. Co-'s trains at Dallas aad
ladepenaence. . .
First-class faro from Portland to Sacra
meato and San Francisco. $20: berth. S3.
Second-clasa fare. S15; second-class berth.
Tickets to Eastern points and Europe:
also JaparChlca. Honolulu and Australia.
CTXx TICKJiX UtXllb wratr imia vwm
Washlagtoa St. Phoae Mala 712.
C W. STINGER. A. L. CRAIG,
CJtr Ticket Agent. Gea. Pass. As.
Astoria and Columbia
River Railroad Co.
For Maygers. Rainier.
Clifton. Astoria, "War
renton. Flavel. Ham
mond. Fort Stevens.
Gearhart Park. Sea
side. Astoria and Sea
shore. Express Dally.
11:39 A. J
1:00 V. il
9:50 P. 31
C A. STEWART. J- C. MAYO,
Coaa'l AgU, 24S Alder st- Q. F. F. A,
Phone Main 906.
Steamer Chas. R. Spencer
Ud the Columbia, the finest river trip la
the United States.
Leaves Oak-street dock 7 A. M., Mon
days. Wednesdays and Fridays, arrivias
at The Dalles. IP. M.
Leaves The Dalles 7 A. M., Tuesdays.
Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving Port-
Office and wharf foot Oak street. Pheaa
CHARLES E. STEELS MITH. Ageat.
San Francisco & Portland Steamship Ci
Steamship "Barracouta leaves Portland
f P. M.. Anrll SO. tor San Francisco (Speaf .
St. Dock) and Oakland (Broadway Dock).
Freight received dally at AlnswortS Dock
for San Francisco. Oakland and points be
yond. JAMES IL DEWSOX. Agent.
Phone Main 2 OS. 218 Washington St.
WILLAMETTE RIVER ROUTE
Steamers for Salem. Independence and Al
feaay leave 8:43 A. M. dally (ecept Haaiay).
Steamers for Corrallix and way polate
leave 6:45 A M. Tuesday. Thursday aad
OREGON CITT TRANSPORTATION CO.
Office asd dock, foot Taylor SC.
FAST AND POPULAR STEAMSHIPS
LEAVE SEATTLE 9 P. X.
-JcferseB.' April 17", 27. 9 P. IL. via
"Dotehte." April 22.
"Dtrigo." April 2.
"ParaHoa." May 1. t
CHEAP EXCURSION RATES.
Oa ex ears' cm tripe steamer -eails at
Sitka. Metlakahtla. Glacier, Wraagel.
etc.. la addltlea te regular ports-of eaR.
Call er send for "Trip to Weaderfal
Alaska. "ladlaa Basketry," 'Tetesa
THE ALASKA S. S.' CO. "
Frsak Weeleey Ce., Agents.
232 Oak 34. Perttead Or.
WettvfUe." am pkgs.
Ji.laarsvet St., aa Fraaoteee.