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THE MORNING OKEGONIAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 190C
SHIPS TO EAST H
Oregon Beginning to Export
Surplus Dairy Products.
INDUSTRY SHOWS GROWTH
Food and Dairy Commissioner Bailey
rinds That State Produced
$2,050,000 More Last Year
Than in 1904.
When the annual report of J. W. Bailey,
State Dairy and Food Commissioner,
reaches general circulation, some remark
able facts concerning Oregon as a dairy
product state will he shown. In a few
years Oregon has changed from a state
that imported butter and cheese to one
that is now exporting, and some of Its
butter and cheese goes as far East as
New York and Pittsburg. It takea a year
to compile dairy statistics, and the report
which Commissioner Ilalley has about
ready for the press gives the figures of
The iirst thing of general interest that
is sure to attract attention is the fact
that Oregon has increased Its dairyine
products in 1905 over that of 1904 some
thing over $2,250,000. There are at pres
ent 27 creameries making butter in Ore
p.on, and 124 cheese-making factories in
various parts of the state. In 1905 these
creameries made 6.750.000 pounds of butter,
worth. In good, hard round dollars, some
thing over $1,687,500. This Bhows an In
crease In this product alone of over 40
per cent over 1904.
There has also been an increase in the
condensing business, and this branch of
dairying will amount to J75.000. The cream
used in the manufacture of ice cream and
for other purposes amounts to J500.000,
wlille the milk and cream consumed ac
count for the remainder of the Increase.
There was no Increase In the making
of dairy butter, the output being 3,000.000
pounds and valued at J.viO.000. The cheese
Industry, however, was not far behind
the creamery business in point of value
or product. Throughout the state 4.000.000
pounds of full cream cheese was manu
factured. This is valued at 11 cents per
pound, making the value of the product
J1 10,000. The home of cheese-making Is in
Tillamook and Coos Counties, and Com
missioner Bailey Is coniident that, with
hetter transportation facilities, each of
these counties will Increase its butter and
cheese output fully 10 per cent.
From the Willamette Valley, Washing
ton County and Eastern Oregon comes the
butter. According to Commissioner Bailey,
the number of farmers who are going In
for dairying is increasing rapidly. A most
notable increase Is already noted in the
(Irand Ronde Valley. High Valley and
AVallawa Valley sections. One thing that
is helping to Increase the dairying in
dustry in Oregon, according to Commis
sioner Bailey, is the extremely low rates
offered by the railroads. Not only have
the railroads reduced their rates on dairy
products, but they make it a point to en
courage the Industry. This fact, the
abundance of feed the year round for the
cows and the mild climate of Oregon are
what has attracted the attention of dairy
experts who have visited the state from
time to line.
l'rofessor G. I,. McKay, of the Iowa
Dairy School, who spent several weeks
in Oregon this year, traveling over the
dairying districts of the state, is enthu
siastic in his report. Professor McKay
was sent Into Europe by Secretary of
Agriculture Wilson to study dairying
abroad. He says, in one of his papers:
"Possibly no" country in the world Is bet
ter adapted to stock-raising than Oregon,
its climate is quite similar to that of
(ireat Britain, and that little country fur
nishes the rest of the civilized world with
most of its blooded stock. William Wat
son, the noted Scotch breeder of Poll
Angus cattle, when looking for an ideal
place In which to breed, selected Oregon.
That hla Judgment was well placed can
be readily seen by the number of fine
herds that exist In Oregon at the present
Professor McKay pays Commissioner
Bailey a high compliment, and in his sec
ond paper has a great deal to say about
Oregon as a forage-raising state. He
calls special attention to the fact, and
makes reference to it as a "pleasing fea
ture." that Oregon Is without the severe
electric storms of the Middle West and
East. Professor McKay's papers on the
dairy Industry of Oregon are appearing
in the Creamery Journal. Professor E.
11. Farrington. of Madison, Wis., is an
other dairy expert who visited Oregon this
Summer and who was greatly Impressed
by what he saw.
Commissioner Bailey, in talking of his
forthcoming report, said: "I am of the
opinion that Oregon is to become one of
the greatest dairying state in the Union.
I am not alone in this belief, for this
opinion Is shared by dairy experts who
have made trps over the state Inspecting
the dairying conditions. While I haven't
all of my figures at hand, the total value
of the dairy product of Oregon for 1905
will amount to 9, 917. 500. I notice an in
crease in Winter dairying throughout the
Hate, and it may also surprise some peo
ple to know that the Oregon dairyman
gets, on an averago. from 4 to 5 vents
more for his product than the farmers of
the famous Elgin, 111., district."
MAYOR SIMPS0N IS GUEST
"orth Bend Chamber ot Commerce
Gives a Rotable Banquet,
NORTH BEND. Or., Oct. 51. (Special.)
The first Hnnual meeting of the North
Bend Chamber of Commerce was held
Wednesday evening In the new Oregon
Hotel, with Mayor Iuiis J. Simpson as
I he guest of honor. Covers were laid for
loo guests and the menu was one of the
llnest ever set before the guests at a sim
ilar function In Coos Countv. The prin
cipal speakers of the evening were L. J.
Simpson. Father Donnelly. J. H. Flana
gan, banker at Marshileld; Seymour H.
Bell, of Taooma. and W. 11. Temple, real
estate acent. A score of other speakers
spoke entertainingly on the work accom
plished by commercial bodies and predict
ed a great future for this country.
Every speaker eulogized Mayor Simp
son for the way in which he led" all enter
prises pertaining to the upbuilding of the
country. In replying to the compliments
showered upon him. Mayor Simpson said
that U would not have been possible for
him to accomplish so much had it not
been for the able assistance that had been
rendered him by the Chamber of Com
merce. In conclusion he said that he felt
connrtent that the petty Jealousies once
existing between the Coos Bay cities were
at an end ami the commercial bodies of
all would unite In the light for 40 feet of
water over Coos Bay and for a united
city that in time would bo greater than
any other city In the State of Oregon.
Peter I.oggle acted as toastmaster and
paid high tribute to The Oregonlan for its
efforts to place the facts in regard to
Coos Bay before its thousands of readers.
Milwaukie Country Club.
Eastern and California races. Taka Sell,
wood or Oregon Cut car, starting from
First and Alder streets.
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ODORIFEROUS NUISANCE AXXOYS RESIDENTS AND PEDESTRIANS ON UNION AVENUE BLOCK.
There Is a great problem for somebody to olve in disposing of toe nuisance on the block bounded by Union avenue. East Morrison, Second and Belmont streets.
Conditions on this block have become almost Intolerable and unsanitary by the breaking of sewer pipes under the buildings which occupy the north half of the block.
Added to this Is the damming of the water at East Morrison street by the embankment, and the vast accumulation of refuse. The odor from this block Is fearfully
offensive, and has continued for several weeks with no prospects of relief. It had been expected that the dredge would ,011 up this block to the basement level, and
thus cover up the accumulation of filth, but the Port of Portland ordered the dredge elsewhere, and until it can besecured to complete the fills on this block and
elsewhere there can be no relief from this source. In the buildings over the north half of the block there are between 40 and 50 people living and several business
establishments. The push clubs have discussed the matter but have arrived at no solution of the problem. The Council refused to take action and parsed It up to the
Health Officer and Mayor.
KITTIE IS II PUZZLER
Beavers Nearly Shut Out by
Angel Third Baseman.
GIVEN PERFECT SUPPORT
Errors by the Visitors Give the Home
Team Their First Victory Over
Schimpff, Though Portland
Made the Most Hits.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Portland 1. Los Angeles 2.
r Seattle 5-10. Oakland 3-10.
San Francisco 3. Fresno 0.
Standing ot the Clubs.
Won. Lost. P. C.
Portland lit S4 .B74
Seattle 93 77 .547
San Francisco 85 7 .521
Los Angeles SS Srt .505
Oakland T2 10 .412
Fresno 5S 112 .840
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Oct. 21.-(Spe-cial.)
The champions had the fun of be
ing pitched at by a third baseman to
day and of being skinned by him. The
fellow was no other than Kittie Brashear,
who pitched because every local twirler
was to the bad. The Loo Loos gave him
perfect support, and the Beavers probably
could not hit liim because they thought
he did not have anything. The only run
they made was on Sweeney's pass, Mc
Hale's sacrifice and Sweeney's steal to
third and also to the plate.
Gum swiped the ball for a single on the
last steal on a hit-and-run signal, but
Sweeney had the pitch beaten. McHale
also did some beautiful fielding. The
locals beat Schimpff for the first time
in four games, making their first one off
a fielder's choice that forced Toman,
which was followed by Busher Moore's
double over first. The second came on
Dillon's single, a sacrifice and errors by
Smith and Schimpff on bunts. The score:
B. R. H. O. A.
Bernard, cf 3 - 0 0 2 0
Gernhauer. ss 4 0 0 2 4
I'ravath. rf S 0 1 4 1
Brashear p 3 O 0 O 2
Dillon, lb 3 1 1 10 0
Carlisle. If 2 0 tl I tl
Toman. 2b 2 0 2 . 1 1
Kager, c 3 1 O 5 3
Moore, Sb 8 0 111
Totals 28 2 8 27 12
B. n. H. O. A.
Sweenev, ss 3 113 4
McHale. cf 8 0 1-20
tium. If 4 0 2 0 0
McCredle. rf 4 0 0 2 1
fmllh, 3b 4 O 1 R 0
Wanner, 2b 8 0 0 0 2
Carson, e 8 0 O 4 2
Lister, lb 3 0 18 1
Schimpff, p 3 0 1 0 3
Totals 30 1 T 24 IS
CARRIE NATION INTIMIDATES
CIGARETTE SMOKER ON TRAIN
Frightened Man Throws Away "Coffin Screw" to Satisfy Angry Be
hest of Kansas Hatchet-Wielder..
PEAKING of cigarettes." said
Frank R. Johnson, general agent
k-' for the Canadian Pacific, the
other day, "reminds me of my last trip
Johnson formed the center of a group
of railroaders who were discussing the
railroad rate law, and the nolssome
cigarette had not even been mentioned.
Those on the edges of the group melted
away with what haste they could, but
Johnson, nothing daunted and not to be
stopped, seized those nearest him with a
firmer grip, and began:
"When I left New York Carrier Nation
was in the same Pullman. In one end
she had her quarters and in the other
end Nordlca was established. Between
the two were just plain people who had
failed to make themselves noted either
with voice or hatchet. At Buffalo I
stopped. A day later I took a train to
Niagara Falls and on the same train
was Carrie. At the falls I went up to
see the big splash and as I walked out
along the brink of the cataract I noticed
"I boarded the train for Montreal and
by some chance the hatchet-wielder was
again on the same Pullman. After stop
ping there a few days I left for home
SCORE BT INNINGS.
0 0 1 0 1 0 (
0 0 2 0 1 11
o O 1 0 0 0 (
2 110 10 1
Errors Schimpff. Smith, McHale. Stolen
bases T-;maii, Wanner, Sweeney Gum 2.
Two-base hits Moore, Cravath. Sacrifice
hits McHale, Carlyle, Toman. First base
on errors Los Angeles, 3. Lsft on baes
Los Angeles, 3; Portland, 4. Bases on balls
Schimpff. 1; Brashear, 2. Struck out
Schimpff. 4; Brashear. 4. Double plays
Schimpff to Sweeney to Lister; Cravath to
Eager. Passed balls Carson. Hit by pitch
er Carson. Tims. 1 :25. Umpire Mahaffey.
Seattle Wins the Morning Game.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 21. The after
noon game was called at the end of the
11th inning with the score a tie. Seattle
won the morning game by bunching hits.
Seattle 5 13 lOakland 8 7 3
Batteries Vickers and Blankenshlp;
Graham and Bliss.
Seattle 10 15 9iOakland 10 10
Batteries Jones and Blankenshlp; Gra
ham and Bliss.
Game-Ijost by Wolters.
FRESNO, Oct. 21. Wolters lost the game
in the tenth inning by walking three men
and being found for two hits. The score:
Fresno 0 7 3San Francisco. 3 6 2
Batteries Wolters and Dashwood;
Wheeler and Spies.
ALBANY LOSES AT THE DALLES
Team Is Fatigued With Hard Game
Against Multnomah Giants.
THE DALLES. Or., Oct. 21. (Special.)
Twenty-three was the fatal score with
which the Dalles Columbias punished the
Albany Amateur Athletic Club today on
the home gridiron, although in the last
half the visitors scored a goal. -The teams
were about evenly matched in weight,
although the Albany eleven was some
what fatigued from their game of yes
terday with the Multnomah team and did
not play with the snap and force of the
In the first half four touchdowns in suc
cession -were made by the home team.
McCoy and Mclnerney gained the home
team 30 and 40 yards at critical points in
the game. In the second half White, who
was playing halfback in place of Captain
Murray, whose shoulder was dislocated
in the last game, was retired, his place
being filled by Pickett, a new player, who
fulfilled the requirements of the hard po
Just before time was called Ward of
the Albany team scored a touchdown and
kicked a successful goal. The day was
cool and perfect for football.
Senor Gets Cold Feet.
The game of hand ball which was to
have been played yesterday at noon, at
the Multnomah Club, between Senor
Echeverrla, of Spain, and George James,
ex-champion of the Olympic Club, of
Ban Francisco, did not come off. About
noon the Senor arrived at the club, step
ped cautiously inside and handed the boy
at the check counter a letter. Passing
out htrougb. the door and reaching the
sidewalk, he broke into a run and has
not been heard from since. In the letter
he stated that he would not play for less
than a purse of $25, so the chances are
that the game will be called off.
and In the Pullman I entered Carrie sat.
I began to think she was my affinity.
Well, she continued, with us all the way
to Chicago, where she went Into a dime
"As we left Montreal I made the ac
quaintance of a German who was one
of the proprietors of the Buffalo gas
works. He was a large, fine-looking man
and I sat smoking with him one morning
in the little smoking-room at one end
of the Pullman.
"It was rather early and but few of
the occupants were up. My companion
puffed away comfortably on cigarettes
while I was smoking a cigar. All at
once, without the slightest warning, the
curtains of the room parted and Carrie
Nation stuck her aggressive head almost
into, my face as she shook, her fist under
the nose of the German and shouted.
Take that vile thing out of your mouth.'
"We were both startled by the sudden
ness of the attack and the German in
stinctively threw down his cigarette.
Carrie stormed around the compartment
for five minutes and finally retreated, ex
pressing her opinion freely of a man who
would smoke cigarettes. In passing
through the car she had smelled the
cigarette and had traced the odor to its
source. Needless to say. we smoked no
more cigarettes on that trip."
PUDDING FOR SCHILLERS
TOKCHMAKERS DEFEAT HOP
GOIiDS ON LOCAL DIAMOND.
Toe Stutt Aspires to Fame as Slab
Artist and Is Batted Out of Lot.
1 Score 13' to 6.
An aggregation of balltossers known as
the Schiller team had the easiest kind of
a pudding with the bunch playing under
the name of the Hop Golds at the
Vaughn-street grounds yesterday after
noon and won a 13-to-6 victory in eight
innings of play. The reason the game was
curtailed was probably on account of
Trilby Rankin's corns, for the "ump"
gave visible signs of being "all In" and
desiring a rest. The players discontinued
their exercises very obligingly and am
bled to their dinners without a word of
protest when the eighth inning had been
Charlie Moore, one of the Portland
champions, played with the Torchmakers,
and for seven innings occupied the slab
in such a mystifying manner that the
beer signs were unable to score. In the
eighth inning, Joe Stutt, aided and abet
ted by one Bobby Burns, became imbued
with the Idea that he was a slabartist
and tried to pitch. Moore going to first
Stutt hadn't a thing in the pitching
line, except good looks, and as he did not
toss his features up to the Hop Gold bats
men the rest of his stock-in-trade was
hammered to all corners of the lot.
Stutt's twirling gave the losing team six
runs, and his teammates are exceedingly
well pleased that he did not insist on
pitching early in the game, for more than
likely the opposing nine would have
scored a hundred runs.
Burns, the man who insisted on his
colleague being given an opportunity to
pitch, contributed to the rungettlng of the
Hop Golds by dropping an easy fly in
right field, which was the only chance the
namesake of the famous poet had during
the matinee. True he scored a run, but
this was because every member of the
opposing team tossed the ball far enough
away to permit him to make the circuit,
otherwise he would not have advanced
beyond first base.
Pender, the southpaw slabartist of the
Hop Golds, was given poor suprrt, and
also assisted in swelling the Schiller score
by throwing a couple of wild ones. Aside
from the batting of Moore, Jamleson and
Mangold, the Schillers were helpless and
got the sacks through errors.
Burns and Stutt, the ex-big leaguers,
have announced their retirement from the
game, although it is probable that they
will endeavor to break into some brush
league again next season. Their many
friends hope, however, they will be con
tented with the glory attached to their
The score by innings:
Schillers 2 0 1 3 0 2 6 013
Hop Gelds 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 06
Batteries Moore, Stutt and Jamleson;
Fender and Kiltz.
Umpire Trilby Rankin.
The proceeds of the game will go to the
fund being raised to buy souvenir watch
fobs for the pennant winners.
Montavllla Bowlers Defeated.
OREGON CITY. Or.. Oct. 21. (Spe
cial.) In the first bowling contest of
the year, a local team on Frlssell's al
leys this afternoon defeated a team
from Montavllla by a margin of 71
pins in a three-game contest. The total
scores were: Oregon City, 2336; Monta-
Most people know that if they have
been sick they need Scoffer Emul
sion to bring back health and strength.
But the strongest point about Scotf'r
Et-mxxljtion is that you don't have to be
sick to get results from it,
. It keeps up the athlete's strength, puts fat
on thin people, makes a fretful baby happy,
brings color to a pale girl's cheeks, and pre
vents coughs, colds and consumption.
Food in concentrated form for sick and
well, young and old, rich and poor.
And it contains no drugs and no alcohol.
ALL DRUOQISTS: BOc. AND $I.OO.
vllla, 2258. A return game will be
played. The score:
Oregon City 12 3 Ave.
Goortfellow 154 1R1 89 1T4
Germany 152 18 155 145
Draper 164 142 180 162
Ruconich 127 7 121 148
Hedges 148 134 104 118
Total 745 782 800
Sloan 176 158 160164
Anspach 141 142 148 144
Parent , 173 126 186 161
Freeborough 135 144 142 lfO
McCaslln 133 164 120142
Total 758 734 768
WALDORF-ASTORIA DOG SHOW.
Toy Spaniel Club's Exhibit Fashion
able Canine Gathering.
The third annual show of the Toy Span
iel Club of America will be held at the
Waldorf-Astoria on November 6 and 7.
With the exception of the Westminster
Kennel Club show in February this Toy
Spaniel Club's affair is the most fash
ionable of all canine gatherings in Amer
ica. But there is a certain quietude about
the reunion at the Waldorf that may not
be found elsewhere. There is not the eter
nal rattle of the terriers and the deep
sonorous notes of the larger dogs to be
heard at this specialty show. For your
lady's lap dog is generally too indolent
to bark, and he rightly prefers the ease
of his silken cushion, stuffed with goose
down, to the riot of the outer kennel.
The toy spaniel show is extremely in
teresting, the company being of the ultra-
fashionable type, the great hotel for the
moment going to the dogs, and giving
over one of its most luxurious public
apartments to the desires of dog-loving
men and women. Mr. James Mortimer
will make the awards.
FIVE TRAGEDIES JIT BUTTE
TWO MKX ARE KILLED BY AX
Two Others Are Supposed to Have
Committed Suicide, and Negro
Is Shot by Another.
BUTTE, Mont.. Oct. 21. A suicide,
a serious shooting, two violent deaths
and a demise that is shrouded in mys
tery marked today as a tragic Sunday
John Kelly is dead, following a fall
of 26 feet into an excavation for a new
building, early this morning.
C. S. Whitney was instantly killed
at the Butte Reduction Works this aft
ernoon, being crushed to death be
neath a descending elevator.
Alex P. McKillop was found dead In
bed in a room at a lodging-house. It
Is thougr.t the man committed suicide.
Charles Smith, a colored man, is at
St. James Hospital with a bullet in his
side as the result of a shooting scrape.
The shot was fired by George Stewart,
also colored. Both men claim the affair
was an accident.
Patrick Green was found dead in &
woodshed at the rear of the family rest
dence. One hand clutched a bloody
razor, while the head rested in a pool
of blood that bad gushed from the
wound. He was a Spanish-American
New Foundry at Hoquiam.
HOQUIAM. Wash.. Oct. 21. (Special.)
The Frank H. Lamb Machine Com-
pany will begin the erection of a foun
dry In connection with their plant. The
building; will be 40x80 feet, two stories,
and with machinery installed will cost
Bumper Crop of Wheat.
LA GRANDE, Or., Oct 21. tSpeclal.)
Fred Littleton, who lives a short distance
west of Altcel. comes near -holding the
record for this year's wheat yield. From
a field of SO acres he threshed 1425 bushels.
or an average of 474 bushels to the acre.
This to rated as exceptionally good, con
sidering the season. The wheat was of
the Turkey Red variety .which, for tnlll-
inr purposes, commands the top price.
DR. W. NOETOX DAVIS.
IN A WEEK
We treat auccessf ully all private nerv 5u
and chronic diseases of men, mich as vari
cocele hydrocele, soree, ulcers, skin diseases,
vnhtlls (blood poison), gonorrhoea and ail
ments of the kidneys, bladder, stomach, heart
and liver. AIfo piles, rupture and ail drains
and Iompi of men only. w caa restore the
sexual vigor of any man.
WE CURB GONORRHOEA IN A WEEK.
The doctors of thte Institute are all rts-ii-
lar graduates, havo had 25 years' experience,
have been known In Portland for 17 years.
have a reputauon zo maintain, ana will
undertake no case unless certain cure can
We guarantee a cure In every ca?ie we
undertake or harpe no fee. Consultation
free. Letters confidential. Instructive BOOK
FOR MEM mailed free la plain wrapper.
Our prices are always reasonable, and
never more than you are able to pay for
results we will give you. Tou may pay by
tbe visit, week or month, as you are able,
or we wUl allow a liberal discount for cash.
No man too poor to get our best servicee
We have such a large practice that we can
give you a very low price. No excuse for
any man to be without treatment. Being
specialists n our line of work makes ua
able to do as much for you for $2 as others
can -do for $10.
YOU CAN PAY WHEN CURED.
If you wish you can deposit the price ot
a cure in any bank in Portland, said amount
to be handed over to us when you are
cured. Or you may pay ua by weekly or
monthly installments if you prefer.
If you cannot call at office, write for ques
tion blank. Home treatment successful.
Office hours, 9 to 5 and 7 to S. Sundays anJ
holidave,. 10 to 12.
DR. W. NORTON DAVIS ft CO.
Offices iJ Van Noy Hotel, 52 Third St..
Corner Pine. Portland. Or.
How to save dollars We have Bolved th is
problem. Write us, mentioning the stove you
want, and we will give you free information
and advice. Address Mgr. Advice Dept.. The
Michigan Stove Co., Detroit, Mich., largest
makers of stoves and ranges In the world.
for Salem. Rose
den. San Fran
Lo, Anceles. El
Paso, New Or
leans and th.
frith trains for
Kt. Angel, sllver
llng; and Natron.
lit. Angel and
ger. Forest Grove pa,'
8:00 A. U.
7:15 P. M.
4:15 P. It.
10:35 A. U.
4:50 P. Id.
58:00 P. M.
111:00 A. M.
8:33 A. M.
(2:60 P. M.
810:20 A. M.
"Dally. IDallv except Sunday.
PORTLAND-OS W EGO SUBURBAN
SERVICE AND YAMHILL
Depot, Fool of Jefferson Street.
Leav, Portland dally for uswego at 7:40
A. M. ; 12:60. 7:03. 5:20. 6:2.1. 8:30. 10:10.
11 ISO P. M. Dally except Sunday. 3:30. 0.H0,
8:40. 10:25 A. M. Sunday only. S A. M.
Returning from Oswego, arrive Portland,
dally. 8:35 A. M. . 1:65. 8:03. 6:13. 7:33. 0:55.
11:10 P. M. ; 12:25 A. M. Daliy except Sun
day. 6:25. 7:25. 8:85. 11:45 A. M. Sundar
only. 10 A. M.
Leave from same depot for Dallas and In
termediate points dally. 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 Airlle. con
necting with S. P. Co.'s train, at Dallas ana
FlrBt-class fare from Portland to Sacra
mento and San Francisco. $20; berth. $5.
E.cand-claaa far a, . $15; second-class b.ertb.
Tickets t6 Eastern points and Europe: also
Japan China. Honolulu and Anstralla.
CIT-T TICKET OFFICE. Corner Third and
Washington Sts. Phone Main 712.
C. W. BTINGER. WM. M'MURBAT.
City Ticket Agent. Can. rass. Agt.
North Pacific S. S. Co's
Popular S.5. "Roanoke"
Sails for San Francisco, Los Angeles
Thursday, Oct. 25 8 P. M.
Thursday, Nov. 8 8 P. M.
Thursday, Nov. 22 8 P.M.
From Martin's Dock, Foot 17th St.
Take 16th and "S" Street-Cars.
Ticket Office 132 Third, Near Alder.
Phone Main 1314.
H. YOUNG, Agent.
Steamer Chas. R. Spencer
Leaves Oak-atreet dock every Monday.
Wednesday and Friday at T A. M. for THH
DALLES and STATE PORTAGE, connecting
with th OPEN RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY STEAMERS tor polntj as far
east as HOVER.
Returning-, arrives Portland, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 3 P. M. Low
rates and excellent service.
Phone Mala 2960 or Main 3201.
San Francisco S Portland
Leare lOitrLAl, wun freight only.
S. S. "BAKRACOUTA." October 23.
S. 8. "COSTA RICA." October 20.
S 6- "AZTEr"," November 1.
Leave SAN FRAXCISCO, with freight only.
8. S. "COSTA RICA."' October 20.
S. S. "AZTEC." October 2.
S. 8. BARACOi;TA, October 30.
Subject to change without notice.
Freight received dally at Alnsworth Dock,
phone Main 268. J. H. Dewson. A cent.
a. Union Racific
3 TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY
Through Pullman standards and tourist
SleeulntT scars dsllv to Oma.hn Ch lra.ro. rln
kan: tourist sleeping car dally to Kanaaa
vt. ntciimns; cnair cars iais xreej to mm
SPECIAL for the East
9:30 A. M. 13:00 P. K.
Dally. . Dally.
3:15 P. M. 8:00 A. aC
For K.T .rn Trmhlnrtnn W.lta Walla.
Lwlton, Coeur d'Alecs aud Great XarLbar.
tor ths East via. Hunt- Dally. Dally.
PORTLAND . BIGGS
I-OCAL. for all local
Dolnt. h.tir..n 1 ' -
8:13 A. M-
10:00 P. M.
FOR A RTOR7 a .nri
8:00 P. M.
5:00 P. SS
way points, connecting
with steamer for llwa
ta . n .1 .'i.rti. i j .... .
teainer Hassalo. Aaa-
. i. uock.
iu:oo p. M.
7:00 A. M.
5:30 P. la.
ron atv v.ni.iii
River points, Asb-st.
aoc i water per.)
For Lewlston. Idaho, and way points from
KIparla. Wash. Leave Rlparla 5:40 A. U
or upon arrival train No. . dally except Sat
urday. Arrive. Rlparla 4 P. M. dally except
Ticket Office. Third and Washln-ton.
Telephone Mnln 712. C. W. StlnKer. city
Ticket Act.; Wro. McUurray, Gen. Pa as. Act.
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
WO OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY
THE ORIENTAL LIMITED
The Fast Mall
VIA SEATTLE OR EFOKANBL
Dally. PORTLAND I Dally.
Leave. Time Schedule. jArrlva,
To and from Spo- M
S:30 am kan, st. Paul. Mln- 7:00 m
neapoiis. Duluih and
11:45 pm All Points Eaal Vlal6:30pm
To and from Stl
6:15 pm Duluth an J All 3:00 am.
Points East VI
Great Northern Steamship Co.
Balling from Seattle for Japan
and China ports and Manila, carrying-
pansencera and freift'nt.
K. Si Dakota, Novembfr 28.
S. S. Minnesota, January 9.
NIPPON Yt'SEN KA1SHA.
(Japan Mall Steamship Co.
3. S. SHINANO MAKU will sail from
1 Seattle about October 30 for Japan
and cmna ports, carrying paasen
gers and freight.
For tickets, rates, berth eesarra-
tlon?1. etc.. call on or address
H. DICKSON. C. P. & T. A
123 Third St.. Portland. Or.
rnone nam uu.
Tin r r i rr
-VPa AC TnilMC
i ur IKA 13
Yellowstone Park - Knsa
Clty-St. Louis Special for
Cnehalls. Centralla, Olym
pla Gray's Harnor, South
Etui. Tacoma, Seattle. Spo
kane. Lewiston. Butte, Bil
lings, Denver, Omaha.
Kansas City, 6C loula and .
fcouthwest 8:80 am 4:80 sta
North Coast Limited, elec
tric lighted, for Tacoma.
Seattle. - Spokane. Butte.
Minneapolis, St Paul and
the East 2:00pm T:00aia
Pueet Sound Limited for
Claremont. Chehalie, Cen
tralla. Tacoma and Seattle
only . 4:80 pm 108 pre)
Twin City Express for Ta
coma. Seattle, Spokane.
Helena, Butte. St. Paul.
Omaha, St. Joseph, St.
Louts, Kansas City, with
out change of care. Direct
connections for all points
Bast and Southeast 11:43 pra 6:50 pm
A. D Charlton. Assistant General Paesen
(ter A cent. 255 Morrison St., corner Talrd.
Astoria and Columbia
River Railroad Co.
Leave. UNION DEPOT. Arrives.
Sally. For Maycera, Rainier, Dally.
Clifton, Aetorla. War
8:00 A.M. renton. Flavel, Ham- 1 1:80 A.M.
Biond, 7ort Stevens,
Gearbart Park, Bea;
slde. Astoria, and Sea
shore. T-00 P.M. Express Dally. 8:80 P.M.
C. A. STEWART, C MAYO.
Comm'l Alt., 248 Alder St. 0. F. P. A.
Phone Main 80S.
Columbia River Scenery
Regulator Line Steamers
Daily service between Portland and
The Dalles except Sunday, leaving
Portland at 7 A. M., arriving about 5
P. M., carrying freight and passen
gers. Splendid accommodations for
outfits and livestock.
Dock foot of Alder street, Port
land; foot of Court street, Tho
Dalles. Phone Main 914, Portland.
Prom Seattle at 8 P. M.
for Ketchikan. Juneau.
Skaeway, White Horse.
Dawson and Fairbanks.
S. S. City ot Seattle, Octo
ber 2. 12. 22.
S. S. Humboldt. October
4. 14. 24.
S. S. Cotta City (via Sitka), Oft. 7. 20.
FOB BAH FKANCISCO DIRECT.
From Seattle at 8 A. M. Umatilla. Oc
tober 2, 17: City of Puebla, October 1, 22;
Queen. October 12. 27.
Portland Office. -49 Washington St,
O. M. Lee, Pass. Ft. Art,
C D. DUNANN. a. P. A.. Baa Franetseew
WILLAMETTE RIVER ROUTE
B team era Pomona and Oregona for Salem
and war landing from Taylor-streat dock,
daily (except Sunday) at 6:45 A. M.
OREGON CITY TRANSPORT AXIOM CO
Otflc and sOoc... toot Xaylor Su