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THE 3IOKTOfG OKEGOIAN, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1906.
OF OIL LEAKAGE
U. S. Engineer Roessler Makes
Investigation of the Gas
LAW PLAJNLY VIOLATED
JJoringg Taken Show That Harbor
master's Report Was Xot Exag-
gerated Federal Authorities
tf Take Prompt Action.
Acting on the report filed by his as
sistant, D. B. Ogden. Colonel 8. TV. Roes
teler. In charse of the United States en
gineer district of the Wlllametter accom
panied by Mr. Ogden and Harbormaster
fBiglln ve'sberday paid a visit to the Port
Sand Gas Company's dock to investigate
that corporation's alleged violation of the
faw against dumping oil Into the Wlllam
estte River. The report made by the
harbormaster was borne out in every
1 The Government officials took borings
tf the soil with a view of estimating how
iong the offense had been continued. Ac
cording to these borings, oil In the vicin
ity of the waste pipe from which it flows,
t;as soaked Into the soli for a space ex
Sending almost the full length of the dock
tend from 25 to 30 feet out into the river,
frhe borings placed the depth of the oil at
jfrom 4 lrx-hes to as many feet. In some
fclaces several Inches of oil soaked soil
tverlaid a strata of clay, and under this
inras more oil. Indicating that the flow
jhad been going on for some time.
The pipe from which the oil flows Is
C feet from the water's edge now. and
pwhen the river Is at Its normal level. It
fcvill be submerged, which Is one of the
Reasons the source of the oil leakage was
knot discovered before the present In
vestigation was inaugurated. Colonel
jKoeasler will decide what action he will
fcake in the matter today.
The discoveries under the Portland Gas
ICompany's dock will probably lead to a
general crusade along the water front on
he part of Harbor Jlaster Biglln and the
(United States Engineers, for there are
Several cases of flagrant violations of the
law at different points along the water
tfront. Some of these consist of dumping
sawdust In the stream and others of
maintaining Impediments to navigation.
iAU such cases reported to the officials
will be thoroughly Investigated and the
Harbor Master Biglln has notified sev
eral parties to remove sunken barges and
the like, one case In particular being
at present before the City Attorney. This
Is the sunken barge near the Victoria
dolphins, which was sunk by turning
turtle last Spring, drowning one of the
crew. The barge belonged to the O. R.
& N. Company at that time and was
under charter to the Oregon Round
Lumber Company. Both corporations now
disclaim ownership of the barge.
AVILIi CONTINUE LIXE.
Steamship Uilonian Not to Be Taken
Off Portland Ran.
The Matson Navigation Company's
liner Hllryiian may not call at Portland
this voyage, for the vessel Is to be placed
on the drydock at San Francisco for a
thorough cleaning and overhauling when
Che reaches that port from the Islands.
According to XV. A. Mears, who has Just
(returned front the Hawaiian Islands,
tfwhere he was delegated by the local
Icommercial organizations to look into the
(trade conditions, the steamer is to con
tinue calling here and may miss one voy
inge, probably the present one, owing to
lie necessity of docking the vessel.
Agent Lindstey, In charge of the local
itoffloes of the Matson Navigation Com
ipany, states that he has not been ad
jvised that the Hllonian was not coming
Ifriere on the present voyage, and if such
p. programme is to be carried out, ex
pects to hear from the San Francisco
joffices today or tomorrow, as the vessel
as due to reach that port this week. Mr.
Cilndsey states that space has been en
gaged for several hundred tons of freight
jlor the next voyage of the steamer, and
ilhat , some arrangement would have to
pie made to handle It satisfactory to the
; On her last voyage out of Portland the
JHilonian carried but little over 800 tons
tout of this city and her capacity was
inot nearly filled, which gave rise to num
erous rumors to the effect that she was
jmot coming here again, but when W. A.
Clears was in San Francisco he called
Jipon the agents of the company and was
Assured that the vessel would continue
o call at Portland indefinitely, and that
iBue notice would be given when she was
$.0 be taken off, if at all.
jJELDEK VIXIi FLOAT TODAY
rICnptatn Peterson Says Launching
Will Not Bo Postponed.
Between the hours of 8 and 10 o'clock
)khis morning tne steamship Geo. W.
pilder will be launched from the Port
jjf Portland drydock. This announce
ment was made definitely by Captain
p. H. Peterson, the owner of the ves
el, who stated that she was ready to
;fce floated and as soon as the neces
sary stays and other articles employed
Hn her reconstruction are removed this
-tnornlng she will be sent into the
'iwater of the Willamette for the first
time since she was placed In the dock
after lylnfr submerged for 18 months on
a. reef opposite Goble, Or.
Yesterday tho work of painting her
hull was completed and extra gangs of
.workmen were employed on her all
night putting on the finishing touches
to the work of riveting and Btrength
,Vilng her plates.
After being launched the -essel will
Jbe moored to the dock until some minor
items are attended to before being
fbrouR'nt here for refitting. This work
liwill take four or five days, after which
Bhe will be towed up to Portland and
tierthed at Martin's lock In North Port
land, which place has been leased by
the North Pacific Steamship Company,
(which concern will operate the vessel
is soon a she Is ready for sea.
Captain Peterson speaks In the high
est praise of the local shipbuilding firm
which undertook and successfully ac
complished the repairing of the vessel,
for he had let the contract here instead
cf giving it to Puget Sound bidders,
when he had been told repeatedly by
the competing firms that Portland did
rot have the facilities to accomplish
DELAYED BY HEAVY FOG.
Empress of India Fails to Break
VICTORIA, B. C, Sept. 17. The C.
P. It. steamer Empress of India failed
to make a record in commencing the
new "overseas mail service from Hong
kong." having been delayed by fog.
She was 11 days and 30 minutes from
Yokohama, which is over 14 hours more
than the record time. A special train
will carry her mall to Quebec from
Vancouver to connect wlth'the Empress
of Britain, sailing four days hence for
Heather Leaves With Supplies.
ASTORIA. Or.. Sept. 17. (Special.) The
lighthouse tender Heather left out today
with supplies for Destruction Inland and
lightship 76' oft Cape Flattery. Before re
turning the Heather will go to Seattle
and get lightship No. 50. which is being
repaired there. After being refitted at
Astoria the lightship will be taken out to
her station off the mouth of the Colum
The steam schooner Northland left for
San Francisco last evening carrying a
cargo of 900,000 feet of lumber and 45 pas
sengers. The San Francisco & Portland Steam
ship Company's liner Barracouta arrived
at the Alnsworth dock last evening with
a cargo of general freight from San Fran
cisco. After discharging a cargo of freight
from San Francisco the steam schooner
Yosemlte left down to LInnton last even
ing to take on a cargo of lnmber for San
Assistant Inspectors Ames and Weldin
returned yesterday from inspecting a
number of river craft 1 at Newport,
and yesterday afternoon Inspected the
Bteamer Joseph Kellogg.
Captain Menthinzln, of the Asiatic liner
Arabia, has a new gasoline launch which
he has named after his ship, and which
he uses quite frequently In exploring the
Willamette and Columbia Rivers.
The work of loading the British steam
ship Knight of St. George is being rushed
to completion. Extra gangs of longshore
men are working her cargo of grain and
she expects to get away about Friday
The French ship Laennec. which
finished loading wheat for the United
Kingdom Saturday, will leave down this
morning. She has been loaded by Kerr,
Gifford & Co. and was given the quickest
dispatch of any ship this season.
TRANS-PACIFIC LINER TAKEN
INTO HARBOR AT HONOLULU.
Captain Metcalfe Thinks She Can Be
Repaired Soon and Make Bay
City Under Own Steam.
HONOLULU, Sept. 17. The steamer
Manchuria came Into this harbor at noon
today. Captain Metcalfe thinks that the
vessel can be repaired here in ten days,
so that she will be able to go to San
Franoisco under her own steam.
She lies safe in the harbor, under ex
amination by divers. She was floated
yesterday after over $500,000 had been
spent on the attempts. Tackle worth
$100,000 was lost. . She went aground on
Rabbit Island August 20.
First Officer Pillsbury, of the Man
churia, was perhaps fatally injured dur
ing the operation of dropping anchor.
He was struck on the head by a swing
ing wire cable.
Arrivals and Departures.
ASTORIA. Or., Sept. 17. Condition of the
bar at 6 P. M., moderate; wind, northwest;
weather, clear. Left up at T A. M. Steamer
Barracouta. Arrived down at 10 A. M. and
ailed at 1:80 P. M. Steamer Andy Mahoney,
for San Francisco.
Ban Francisco, Sept. 17. Arrived Steamers
Roanoke, from Portland and way ports, and
Costa Rica, from Portland.
London. Sept. 17. Sailed loth French bark
Emllte Galllne. for Portland.
Hamburg', Sept. 17. Arrived Hermonthts,
from San Francisco, for Montevideo.
San Francisco, Sept. 17. Arrived Steamer
China (Frlele), from Hongkong and Yoko
hama, via Honolulu; bark Edward May, from
Makauell: steamer Costa Rica, from Portland;
Bonlta, from Port Harford; Queen Victoria,
from Santa Monica and Gray's Harbor; Roan
oke, from Portland; ship Santa Clara, from
Nushagak. Sailed Steamer Chehails, for
Gray's Harbor; schooner James Rolph, . for
Gray's Harbor; schooner Repeat, for Coos Bay.
Tatoosh, Sept. 17. Passed in British steam
er Empress of China, from Yokohama, for
Vancouver; British ship Raj ore, from Antwerp,
Tacoma. Sept. 17. Sailed British ship Ball
chullsh, for Freemantle.
AT THE THEATERS
Whs) the Press Agents Bay.
LAST TIME "TOO ROSES."
Beautiful Opera Presented by Stew
art Company at lleilig Tonight.
The last performance of tha beautiful
comic opera, "The Two Roses." will be given
tonight at The Heilig Theater, Fourteenth
and Washington streets, by the Stewart
Opera Company. Tomorrow (Wednesday)
and Thursday nights "Dorothy" will ba
given. Friday and Saturday nights with a
special matinee Saturday "Babette" will be
the bill. Seats are now selling at tha box
office of the theater for the entire engage
ment. AT THE BAKER.
"Two Little Vagrants," Greater Play
Than "Tlie Two Orphans."
The rousing reception which has been ac
corded the fourth production of the Baker
Stock Company, "Two Little Vagrants," is
without a -parallel In the hletory of Portland's
stock. It has been said of this play that it
resembles the "Two Orphans" In many re
spects, but while this is true In part, it Is
acknowledged by all who have seen It that It
has many features which excel any In the
old-time melodrama. Only matinee, Saturday.
"On the Bridge at Midnight."
"On the Bridge at Midnight." which Is the
week's attraction at the Empire, is one of
the greatest ecenlo productions of modern
times, and In addition to Its wonderful setting
It has a deep heart Interest and a great fund
of wholesome, clean-cut comedy which pleases
young and old alike. The great bridge scene
has never before been produced in the West
and Is proving a marvel to engineers and
those familiar with stage mechanism.
Bert Morphy at The Oaks.
Bert Morphy is still attracting unusually
large crowds to "The Oaks" by his wonder
ful singing with D'Urbano's Italian Band.
Last night was Irish night and the many
songs of Old Ireland that are so dear to
every true Irish heart were received with
unstinted applause and enthusiasm. The
vaudeville theater has been liberally patron
ised and the four acts put on were excep
tional in their respective lines. Mr. Morphy
will continue to sing for the rest of the
week every afternoon at 3 and every night
at 9 o'clock. Some special days are being
arranged for, which win be announced later.
If Baby Is Cutting Teeth
Be sore and use that old and well-tried rem
edy, Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, tor chil
dren teething. It soothes the child, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colls
Hood's Sareapariiia creates n appetite
and aids in the proper assimilation of
HULL GIVEN LIMIT
Automobile Bandit Sentenced
to Twenty Years in Prison.
COMRADE FARES BETTER
Tim Bernard, on Account of His
Youth, Gets an "Indeterminate."
Both Tell Judge Sears
Final chapters were written yesterday
afternoon In the careers of Jess Hall and
Tim Bernard, the young bandits who
held up two automobiles on the Llnnton
roaa Friday night and robbed their oc
cupants. Judge Sears imposed the ex
treme penalty in the case of Hall, sen
tencing him to 20 years' Imprisonment,
while his companion got off with an
"indeterminate" sentence, which means
that he shall remain in the State Peni
tentiary at Salem from 5 to 20 years,
according to his behavior. Bernard was
shown some leniency on account of his
youth, as he is scarcely 18, while Hall
Is 25. Both had pleaded guilty.
When asked If they had anything to
say why sentence should not be pro
nounced, Bernard attributed his downfall
to a chance acquaintance with Hall,
whom he met on a street corner the day
of his arrival here from the East walk
ing out along the Northern Pacific Rail
way track. An automobile came by, go
ing towards Claremont Tavern, and on
its return, in obedience to instructions
from Hall, Bernard said he placed an ob
struction across the road which had the
effect of stopping the machine. Hall
covered its occupants with a pistol while
Bernard robbed them of their loose
The youthful bandit claimed to have
left his home at Cleveland. Ohio, last
July and to have gradually worked his
way out here, reaching Portland only a
few hours before-the robbery.
When Hall came to tell his story he
gave a ram.bling account of his life, de
claring that disappointment in love and
an inordinate fondness for liquor had
rendered him desperate to such an ex
tent that it was a toss-up with him
whether to resort to suicide or crime.
He chose the latter on the spur of the
moment. He insisted that he came from
a good family, and that this was his
His plea had nonweight whatever with
CASES TO BE DECIDED.
Circuit Court Judges Will Announce
A number of cases will be passed on
by State Circuit Court Judges Frazer,
Sears and Clcland this morning. Judge
Frazer will decide:
Emily W. Snow vs. A. W. Mosley
et al. Exceptions to cost bills.
J. Welnstein vs. Glen Falls Insurance
Company Motion to make complaint
more definite and certain.
Marguerette Riddell vs. Order of Wash
ingtonDemurrer to complaint.
Judge Sears will decide:
Haines &" Co. vs. John P. Starkey com
panyAction at law: merits.
M. E. Ellis vs. W. S. McEl wee De
murrer to replies.
Judge Clelana will decide:
Arlington & Pacifia Coast Railway vs.
O. R. & N. Demurrer to complaint.
Elizabeth Gallagher vs. Portland Rail
way Company Motion to make complaint
more definite and certain.
Fred Proebstel vs. Portland Railway
Company Motion to make complaint
more definite and certain.
Emma Albus vs. George W. Albus Mo
tion for suit money.
Hans Wurm vb. August Brickson Mo
tion to quash service of summons.
Charles A. Foster vs. Hattle I. Foster
Motion for suit money.
Tinker & De Gesen vs. E. Swan Mo
tion to set aside default and Judgment.
Mrs. McGulre Asks Damages.
On account of injuries sustained June
2 last through being run over by a horse
and buggy belonging to the Pacific Coast
Biscuit Company. Harriet E. McGulre
yesterday commenced a suit in the State
Circuit Court for $15,150 damages. Henry
E. McGinn is her attorney.
The complaint recites that at the time
specified sha was crossing Third and
Morrison streets when a vehicle owned
by the defendant corporation and driven
by John B. Antone, one of its employes,
came along and ran over her, ' bruising
her knee and injuring her hip and spine
so that she is suffering from nervous
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
LEA-BRADY Harry J. Lea, 28. 401 Twenty
fifth street North, and Delia A. Brady, 22.
DENNISON-JEFFERY H. J. Dennlson, S3,
868 East Morrison street, Portland, and Helen
MAGERS-FARNELL A. G. Magers, Balem,
Or.. 41, and Fannie Augusta FarnelU 25.
CURTIS-BRANDENBURG Owen B. Curtis,
88, 60 Second street, Portland, and Mazy
PIFER-NEEP Fred Plfer. 841 East Flan
ders street, Portland. 21. and Trade Naep. 18.
PARI8I-PARISI Peter Parlsl. 161 North
Fourteenth street, Portland. 62, and Mollis
BOWERS At 545 East Ash street, Sep
tember 14. to the wlf of George W. Bowers,
CRAIG At 86 Union avenue, September
8,to the wife of Elmer Craig, a daughter.
BERGEBT At 871 Bast Thirteenth street,
September 18. to the wife of Alexander Her
gert, a son.
HILL At 803 Fast Tenth street, Septem
ber 13, to the wife of Herman E. Hill, a son.
LITHOREN At 61 North Twelfth street,
September 12, to the wife of Edward Llthoren,
M'BRIDE At 670 East Madison street, Sep
tember 13, to the wife of D. B. McBrlde, a
M'PLRAN At 899 Commercial street, Sep
tember , to the wife of N. A. McPlraa. a
PALM ERTON At 464 Larrabee street, Sept
tember 9, to the wife of O. F. Palmerton, a
PECK At 449 East Twelfth street, Sep
tember 7, to the wife of E. M. Peck, a son.
RAMSEY At 121 Carpenter street, Septem
ber 2, to the wife of O. P. Ramsey, a daugn
ter. REIHL At 852 Walnut street, September
14. to the wife of John Relhl, a son.
SMALL At Good Samaritan Hospital, Sep
tember 11, to the wife of J. H. Small, a
SMITH At Portland Maternity Hospital.
September 12, to the wife of F. S. Smith, a
SMITH At Woodstock. September 7. to the
wife of H. C. Smith, a son.
SPADY At 756 East Thirteenth street, Sep
tember 7, to the wife of John Spady. a son.
TERCEK At 842 East Ninth street, Sep
tember 4, to the wife of John Tercek, a
WATT At 390 Jefferson street. September
12. to the wife of Donald M. Watt, a daugh
ter. WEIST At 606 Front street, September 2,
to the wife of Charles Weist, a son.
BOND At Good Samaritan Hospital, Sep
tember 14. J. Dayton Bond, aatlv of Oregon,
aged 23 years.
CAIN At 264 East Forty-third street. Sep
tember 15. Earl Cain, a native of Oregon, an
DONAHUE At 96S Edgar street, Septem
ber 15. John Donahue, a native of Pennsyl
vania, aged 81 years.
ELLBRBT At St. Vincent's Hospital, Sep
tember 16, Mrs. Lilly Ellerby, a native of
FOWLER At 423 Madlsoa street. Septem
ber 16, Mrs. Melissa Fowler, a native of Ore
gon, aged 63 years 5 months.
FUOO At Montavllle, September 14. Mrs.
Elisabeth Fuog, a native of Germany, aged
63 years 11 month 2 days.
HUNTER At 819 Ninth street South, Mrs.
P. S. Hunter,, a native of Pennsylvania, aged
KINGSTON At Good Samaritan Hospital.
September 15, F. H. Kingston, a native of
Australia, aged 22 years 2 months 19 days.
LYNCH At Bay Home, September 16, Mary
Lynch, an Infant.
MACKENZIE At 214 East Pin street.
September 14. Mrs. Ada A. MacKemle, native
of Oregon, aged 62 years 3 months.
M'CARTHY At 69 North Tenth street. Sep
tember 14, Mrs. Annie McCarthy, a native of
Ireland, aged 61 years.
OWENS At Montavllla. September 14, Mrs.
Jessie S. Owens, a native of Pennsylvania,
aged 69 years 7 months 18 days.
SMITH At 487 Patton road, September 15,
Edward R. Smith, a native of Oregon, an
SNIDER At St. Vincent's Hospital. Sep
tember 13. Mrs. Sarah A. Snider, a native of
France, aged 67 years.
STORM At Good Samaritan Hospital. Sep
tember 14. Jacob Storm, a native of Finland,
aged 40 years. 9 months 8 days.
TABUCHI At Good Samaritan Hospital.
September 15, T. ' Tabucbi, a native of Japan,
aged 29 years.
WEBER At 685 East Twentieth street,
September 15, Royal H. Weber, a native of
Oregon, an infant.
WILSON. At Portland Sanitarium. Septem
ber 14, J. A. Wilson, a native of Oregon,
aged 17 years 5 months 25 days.
WINGER At Good Samaritan Hospital,
September 13, John Winger, a native of
Sweden, aged 23 years 9 months 4 . days.
WINTERS At Baby Home. September 15.
Clarence Winters, an infant.
E. ROGERS One-story frame house. Sec
ond and Grover streets; 8150.
JAKE WYTH One-story frame dwelling.
East Nineteenth street, between Multnomah
and Sherrett; $85.
MRS. ROERICK One-story frame dwelling.
Third street, between Sheridan and Baker:
F. KIERNAN Repair store. Seventh street,
between Bumslde and Couch; $300.
C. C. MARTIN Repair barn. Corhett rd
Woods streets; $500.
W. E. BROOKS One and one-half story
frame dwelling. East Couch street, between
East Twenty-third and East Twenty-fourth:
J. P. KAVANAUGH Two-story frame
dwelling. Irving street, between Twenty-fourth
and Twenty-fifth; $3800.
W. F. ANDERSON Two-etory frame dwell
ing. Bast Twelfth, between East Ankeny and
East Ash; $3000. -
W. W. AYERS Two-story frame dweMng,
East Thirty-seventh street, between East
Taylor and East Salmon; $1650.
G. W. PRIEST Two-story frame dwelling.
Halght and Mason streets; $1600.
MISS ELLA M. CRAWFORD Two-etory
frame dwelling. College street, between Tenth
and Eleventh; $2500.
B. M. LAWSGN Repair lU-etory frame
dwelling. East Mill street, between Grand and
East Sixth; $600.
H. C. KECK Two-story frame dwelling.
Broadway street, between Victoria and East
Real Estate Transfers.
Annie G. Huges to Donald S. Ames, lot
s, mock e, jonn Irving a first Addi
tion t 1.100
Henry C. Cabell and wife to George Q.
weiaier, lot a ana K. 4 lot 4, block
15, John Irvlng's First Addition 1,500
Be ft fmown to connoisseurs and smokers of the
Best that for the patrons of the famous PALL MALL
cigarettes who desire a longer cigarette for the Banquet,
Out and After-dinner smoke, H. I. the KING'S SIZE,
has been especially designed to satisfy.
The PALL MALL and the KING'S SIZE, in ad
dition to the packages of 10, are each packed in boxes of
SO and 100 cigarettes for Home and Office use.
The most critical attention is directed to the smart
style observed in the packaging of the various sizes.
EACH and ALL of the same delicious blend from
the same carefully selected Oriental tobaccos as are fur
nished to the courts of Europe.
AVege table Prqiaratlonror As
Ung iheS tomachs aodBowels of
OpTum.'Morphina nor Mineral.
as cra q-SAMCZl.Pin;iii ft
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tion. Sour S tomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions Jevensh
ness and Loss OF SLEER
Tax Simile Signature of
EXACT COPT Up -WHEB.
Same to Donald Ames, lot 5 and B.
lot 4. John Irvlngs First Addition.. 1,000
F. W. Torgler and wife to John and
Pattle Littleholes. lot 3. Hollson Place 1,000
Arleta Land Co. to A. W. Nash, lot
43, Arleta Park "08
P L Cate and wife to Standard Oil Co.,
lot 5, block 87. Portsmouth 400
Martha Weber and husband to Elizabeth
Sweeny, 40 acres in S. E. hm. section
9, T. 1 N., R. 1 W L000
Narclsse Dufresne to Security Saving
& Trust Co.. subdivision lot 1, Tract
L Ravensvlew Addition 1,500
C. P. Brickson and wife to Gust Laraen,
one-half acre In Metzer Addition to
Land Company of Oregon to Eva M. Kil-
gore, lot 16. block 5, City View Park 875
Kathryn G. Taft to Jerry Bronauah,
lot 20. block 7, Flrland 1
Alice A. Orchard to H. Denllnger, 14 In
terest section. T. 2 N., R. 2 W. and
l-24th interest In 79 acres same 1
Sycamore Real Estate Co. to Jake
Margulles and H. R. Tancher, lots
23. 24 and 10, Kern Park 230
Effle L. Gay and husband to Ida
Stokes, part of lot 3. block 9, Port
land Homestead 490
H. R. Delano to A. J. Delano, lots 12.
13, 14, 15, 16, block 2, Klnsel Park.. 1
George W. Brown to J. B. Nelson, lot
80. block 9. Laurelwood Park 100
Charles Heller and wife to George E.
Brown, lots 9 and 10, block 13. Lin
coln Park Annex 860
Oak Park Land Co. to Mary A. Wllcox
son. lot 1. block 7, Oak Park Addition
No. 2 to St. Johns i
James W. Cook and wife to Gotlleb
Schund, lots 13 and 14. block 16,
Cook's Addition to Alblna 1,225
Martin Syneskl to S. M. Yeoman and
others, lots 28 and 24. block 1, Clo
verdale Tract 3,500
Ropsle M. Carver and husband to Sarah
M. Jewel, lot 11, block 1, Cloverdale
Walter Conner to A. Milne, lots 7. 8.
13, 14. block 4. Arbor Lodge 825
E. L. Colrlwell and wife to A. L. Tyler,
lot 78. block 2, Garrison's Subdivision 10
C. U. Gantenbeln and wife to DwlKht
Cheney, lots 15 and 16, block 9, West
Piedmont , : (jso
Ed Cblman and wife to Elizabeth Tln
ger. lots 2 and 3, block 4. Laurel- .
wood No. 2
C. C. Osier and wife to Minnie Kriapsi
lot 2, block 2. Rochelle 500
Joseph Wood and wire to Kate Davis
Sessions, 40 acres north line section
,3. T. 1 S.. R. 3 Et. W. M 7,000
Joseph T. Ellis to H. H. NorthruD.
lot 20. block 6, Bralnard i
A. L. Tyler to Fannie A. Coldwell,
lots 7 and 8, block 2, Garrison's Sub
division J loo
Julius Kllen and wife to T. J. Burns! . '
lot 7, block 1, Tenrer's Addition 1,700
Cornelia and Elizabeth Burkhart to
Bmar Goldberg, all but 20 acres of
N. E. 14 section 30. T. 1 S., R. 1
E., W. M 11000
Bradford L. Glbbs and husband to John
Giese and wife, lot 8. block 30, Wood
A. C. Schmitt & Co. to Bertha Merrls.
lot 30, Middlesex BOO
Herman Metzger. trustee, to Michael Ru
cek. lots 29 and 80, block 9, Reser
voir Park 800
Cora M. Cook and husband to Henry
Nutting, lot 3, block 80. James Johns'
W. McLean and wife to Elwin L and
Eherlle G. House, lots 5 and 6 block
37. Carter's Addition 2,200
Western Oregon Trust Co. to Charles
Henry Foster, lot 11, block 7. Cres
William S. Drake and wife to Bmil Dan
iel and J. K. McGregor, N. 14 lots
22 and 23. Cedar Hills 4.600
Arthur H. Breyman and wife and John
Sommervllle and wife to Milton H.
Stevenson, lots 5, 8, 7 and 8, block
28. Couch's Addition 100,010
C. Davis and wife to Marv McMahon.
lot 6. N. 14 lot 7. block 02. West
Have your abstracts made bv the Security
Abstract A Trust Co.. 7 Chamber of Commerce.
Revival Meetings at Lents.
Revival meetings will be conducted in
Lents Friends' Church, recently com
pleted, by Rev. Charles F. Welgle, noted
evangelist and singer, September 20 to
Many persons keep Carter's Little Liver
Pills on hand to prevent bilious attacks,
sick headache, dizziness, and find them
just what they need.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Haye
Thi esnrau cokhhv, sw vems. errv.
tv Jjv In
vj' For Over
LIB RAW AS
PIECE OF BEEF
Suffered For Three Years With
Itching Humor Doctor Did No
Good Cruiser Newark, U. S. N.
Man Cured in Three Weeks
SPEEDY CURE BY
"I suffered with humor for about
three years, off and on. I finally saw
doctor and he gave me remedies that
V did me no food,
bo I tried Cuticura
when my limb be
low the knee to the
ankle was as raw
as a piece of beef.
All I used was the
Cuticura Soap and
the Ointment. I
bathed with the
Soap every day and used bout six
or seven boxes of Ointment. I was
thoroughly cured of the humor in three
weeks and haven't been affected with
it since. I use no other Soap than
Cuticura now. I remain, yours respect
fully, H. J. Myers, U. S. N., U. S. a
Newark, New York, July 8, 1905. .
"P. S. Publish if you wish."
Crusted Scalps Cleansed and
Purified by Cuticura Soap"
Assisted by light dressings of Cuticura,
the great Skin Cure . This treatment at
once stops falling hair, removes crusta,
scales, and dandruff, destroys hair
parasites, soothes irritated, itching
surfaces, stimulates the hair follicles,
loosens the scalp skin, supplies the roota
with energy and nourishment, and
makes the hair grow upon a sweet, whole
some, healthy scalp when all else fails.
Complete external and internal treat
ment for every humor, from pimples to
scrofula, from infancy to age, consisting
of Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and Pills,
may now be had of all druggists for ona
dollar. A single set is often sufficient
to cure the most distressing cases.
old tsrouf hont th world. Cutlenr Soap, JSc, Oisi.
irent, fiOc., and RcMlrerit, 60c (Is form of Choolftt Cot4
Full, 2e. par Tlal of 60). Potter Drug- Ch.m. Corp., Sols
trapa, Xaatoo. St Band loi Tka Gnat Usmer Car a."
POR TOILBT AND BATH
ftaimrm roagheoeel by edlwtlst
catch every stain anil look hopelessly
dirty. HeUri Sapall re mores not oalr
lbs dirt, but also tho loosened. Injured
kattdo, and rosroros A fingun tm
pkmir natural beauty.
ItissVO&OCE&S AK DRUQG1ST!
Leaves, CNIOff DEPOT. Arrives.
8:48 P.M. OVERLAND EX- '1:25 A.M.
for Salem. Rose
Aen. Ban Fran
Los Anfretes, El
Paso. New Or
leans and tbe
8:00 A.M. ."o't.a" T:15 P. M.
with trains for
Mt. Angel. Silver
llng and Natron.
4:15 P.M. Sugene passenger 10:35A.M.
ML Angel and
T:00 A. M. Corvallls passeo- 8:80 P. M.
4:50 P. M. Isherldan passen- 8:35 A. M.
18:00 P. M. Forest Grove pas- JI:50 P. M.
ill :00 A.M. senger. ,10:20 A. M.
Dally. Daily except Sunday.
SERVICE AND YAMHILL
Depot, Foot of Jefferson Street.
Leave Portland daily for Oswego at 7:40
A. M.; 12:50, 2:05. 6:20, 6:25. 8:30. 10:10,
11:30 P. M. Daily except Sunday. 5:30, 8:30,
8:40, 10:25 A. M. Sunday only, 8 A. M.
Returning from Oswego, arrive Portland,
dally. 8:35 A. M., 1:65, 8:05. 6:15. 7:35. 0:55.
11-10 P M. ; 12:25 A. M. Dally except Sun
day, 6:25, 7:25, 8:35. 11:45 A. M. Sunday
only. 10 A. M.
Leave from same depot for Dallas and In
termediate points daily, 7:30 A. M. and 4:15
P. M. Arrive Portland, 10:15 A. M. and 6:25
The Independence-Monmouth Motor Line
operates dally to Monmouth and Alrlle, con
necting with S. P. Co.'s trains at Dallas anj
First-class fare from Portland to Sacra
mento and San Francisco. 820; berth. 15.
Second-class fare, second-class berth,
Tickets to Eastern points and Europe; also
Japan. China. Honolulu and Australia.
CITV TICItET OFFICE Corner Third and
Washington Sts. l'hono Main 712.
C. W. BT1NOER, VVM. M'MTRRAY,
City Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. Agt.
PORTLAND -ASTORIA ROUTE
Fast Str. TELEGRAPH
Makes round trip daily (except Sun
day). Leaves Alder-street dock 7 A.
M.; returning leaves Astoria 2:30
P. M., arriving Portland 9 P. M.
Telephone Main 565.
San Francisco & Portland
ave PORTLAND, with freight only.
"BARRACOUTA," September 20.
'COSTA RICA," September 24.
"AZTEC," September 30.
Leave SAN FRANCISCO, with freight only.
"COSTA RICA," September 19.
"AZTEC." September 24.
"BARRACOUTA," September 2R.
Subject to change without notice.
Freight received dally at Alnsworth Dock,
Phone Main 268. J. H. Dewson. Agent.
WILLAMETTE RIVER ROUTE
Steamers Pomona and Oregona for Salem
and way landings from Taylor-strset dock,
dally (except 8unday) at 6:45 A. M.
OREGON CITY TRANSPORTATION CO.
Office and Dock, foot Taylor St.
3 TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY
Through Pullman standards and tourist
sleeping ears dally to Omaha. Chicago, Spo
kane; tourist sleeping car dally to Kansas
City. Reclining chair cars (seats free) to the
SPECIAL for the East
8:30 A. M.
3:00 P. M.
:00 A. M.
6:15 P. M.
For Eastern VA'aartlna-trtn, XVnlla. Walla-
Lewlaton. Coeur d'Alene and Great Northern
ATLANTIC EXPRESS 8:15 P.M.
for the East via Hunt- Dally.
7:15 A. M.
r3TLAND - BIGGS 18:15 A. M. 16:00 P.M.
JCAL. for all local
points between BIkks
FOR ASTORIA and 8:00 P.M.
way points, connecting Daily
with steamer for Ilwa- except
eo and North Beach Sunday,
tteamer Hasealo. Ash- Saturday
t. dock. iri-nn r r
3:00 P. M.
FOR DAYTON, Ore- 17:00 A. M. 15:30 P. M.
gon city and Yamhill Daily I Daily
River points. Ash-st. except except
dock (water per.) Sunday. I Sunday.
For Lewlston, Idaho, and way points from
Rlparla. Wash. Leave Riparia 5:40 A. M..
or upon arrival train No. 4. dally except Sat
urday. Arrive Rlparla 4 P. M. dally except
Ticket Office. Third and Washington.
Telephone Main 712. C. W. Stinger, City
Ticket Agt. i M m. McMurray, Gen. Pass. Agt.
THE COMFORTABLE WAY.
TWO OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY
THE ORIENTAL LIMITED
The Fast Mall
VIA SEATTLE OR SPOKANE.
i Dally. PORTLAND I Daily.
Leave. Time Schedule. Arrive.
s on T anI from Spo-t
B.suara Kane. st. Paul. Mln- :00 am
neapnlis, Duluth and
11:45 pm Ail Points East Via 6:50 pm
To and from St.l
6:15 pm Duluth and ill 8.00am
Points East Vial
j Spokane. j
Great Northern Steamship Co.
Sailing fmm SenttlA tnr Tnnan
and China ports and Manila, carry
ing passengers and freight.
B. a. Minnesota, October 20.
S. 8. Dakota, November 28.
NIPPON YCSEX KAISHA.
(Japan Mall Steamship Co.)
8. S. KAGA MAK1I will nail frnm
Seattle about October 2 for Janan
and China ports, carrying passen-
gi o Bnu ireigni.
For tickets, rates, berth reserva
tions, etc.. call on or address
11 . II('K.SU, C . P. & T. V,
122 Third Ht., Portland, Or.
i nun Alain see.
Yellowstone Park - Kansas
Clty-St. Louis Special for
Chehails. Centralla, Olym
pia Gray's Harbor, South
Bend, Tacema. Seattle. Spo
kane. Lewleton. Butte, Bll
' rMivr Omaha-
Kansas City, St. Louis and
Southwest . . .
. 8:30 am 4:80 pm
North Coast Limited, elec
tric lighted, for Tacoma,
Seattle, Spokane, Butte.
Minneapolis, St. Paul and
the East 2:00 pm 7:00 am
Puget Sound Limited for
Claremont, Chehails, Cen
tralla, Tacoma and Seattle
only 4:30 pm 10:53 pm
Twin City Express for Ta
coma, Seattle, Spokane,
Helena, Butte, St. Paul,
Omaha. St. Joseph, St.
Louis, Kansas City, with
out change of cars. Direct
connections for all points
Bast and Southeast 11:45 pm 6:50 pm
A. D. Charlton, Assistant General Fassen
ger Agent. 255 Morrison St., corner Third,
Astoria and Columbia
River Railroad Co.
Leave UNION DEPOT. Arrives.
Dally. For Maygers, Rainier. Dally.
Clifton, Astoria, War
80 A.M. renton, Flavel, Ham-11:55 A.M.
mond. Fort Stevens,
Gearhart Park. Sea
side. Astoria and Sea
shore. T:00 P.M. Express Dally. 8:50 P.M.
C. A. STEWART. J. C. MAYO.
Comm'l Agt-. 248 Alder st. O. F. A P.
Phone Main 80S.
Columbia River Scenery
Regulator Line Steamers
THE EXCURSION STEAMER "BAILEY
GATZERT" makes round trips to CASCADE
LOCKS every Sunday, leaving PORTLAND
at 8 A. M., returning arrives 8 P. M.
Daily service between Portland and Tha
Dalles except Sunday, leaving Portland at 7
A M., arriving about 5 P. M., carrying freight
and passengers. Splendid accommodations for
outfits and livestock.
Dock foot of Alder street, Portland: foot
of Court street. The Dalles. Phone Main 814,
SOUTHEASTERN A I. A tm
From Seattle at 8 P. M.
for Ketchikan, Juneau,
Skagway, Whits Horse.
Dawson and Fairbanks.
8. 6. City of Seattle, Sep.
tember 19, 29.
S. S. Humboldt. Septem
ber 13. 23.
S. S. Cottage City (via Sitka), September
FOR NOME. Senatnr. October 2.
FOB SAN F HAN CISCO DIRECT.
From Seattle at i A. M. Umatilla. Sep
tember 17; City of Puebla. September 22;
Queen, September 27.
Portland Office. 249 Washington St.
O. M. Lee, Pass. Ft. Art.
C. D. DCNANN, G. P. A.. San Francises.
Steamer Chas. R. Spencer
VJp the beautiful Columbia, the most enjoy
able of river trips. Leaves foot Oak st. for
The Dalles and way points Monday, Wednes
day and Friday at 7 A. M. ; returning, leaves
The Dalles Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
at 7 A. M. Freight for up-river points. Phons