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THE 3IORXIXG . OREGOXIAX, SATURDAY, XOYE3IBER, 10, 1906.
MAY LOSE CHARTER
Bark Iverna Must Arrive at
Astoria by Next Thursday.
SO READS HER CONTRACT
Overdue Vessel Is Scheduled to Take
Grain Cargo lo the United King
dom Anxiety Felt for Her
Safety Is Increasing.
Unless the British bark Irverna is at
Astoria at 6 o'clock next Thursday after
noon she will lose a valuable grain char
ter She was engaged by the Northwest
ern Warehouse. Company, several months
ago. to transport a wheat cargo from
Portland to the United Kingdom. Ac
cording to the terms of the charter she
must put in an appearance at the City by
the Sea. before the date mentioned or the
agreement Vlll become null and void.
The Iverna was spoken off the mouth
the the Columbia river on October 18.
Captain Colllngswood. her skipper, re
ported that he had been up to the bar
waiting for a tug to take him into the
river. At this time he was drifting down
the coast toward the Tillamook Rock
light station in company with the French
hark Sully, now in the harbor. On a num
ber of occasions since a four-masted bark
believed to be the Iverna has been sight
ed by the lookout at the North Head sta
tion. The Iverna sailed from Acapulco. Mex
ico, for Portland on July 27 in ballast. On
September 21 she was sighted off the
heads at San Francisco bound north. She
has consequently been out 72 days and
the greatest anxiety is felt for her.
Some fear that her crew is in a starv
ing condition, if the craft has not gone
to the bottom. Before arriving at the
Mexican port the bark had been out on
a long voyage. Deep-water men in port
pay that her stock of supplies could not
have been replenished at Acapulco. as
the skipper would undoubtedly have put
this matter off until his arrival at Port
land. This is the custom of all mariners
having occasion to put into any of the
ports on the West Coast. Provisions are
high down that way and frequently diffi
cult to pet at any price.
The likelihood of the Iverna losing her
charter is not causing half the concern
among those interested as the possibility
that the officers and crew are dying of
starvation Captain Colllngswood is
well known at this port, having been
here on a number of occasions.
The Iverna is a, large carrier, capable
of handling 37(10 tons of wheat. C. E.
Curry, general manager of the North
western Warehouse Company, did not
know the canceling elite of her charter
is getting so dangerously close until he
happened to glance over the contract yes
terday afternoon. The firm is in need of
carriers and may conclude to take her.
even if she should arrive a few days late.
She was taken at the union rate of 27s 6d.
BARBOl'XD AT GRAY S HARBOR
Heavy Fog Detains Vessels on the
ABERDEEN. Wash.. Nov. 9. (Special.)
The tug Traveler will leave Gray's 'Har
bor for Coquille River to tow a barge
to San Francisco. A number of vessels
are retained outside the bar unable to
get in and a heavy fog hangs over the
sfa. Included in the lift is the barken
tine John C. Meyer and the schooners
Lurline and Eldorado. They have been
sailing outside for four days.
. The new steam schooner Jim Butler
arrived todav on her maiden trip from
San Francisco. She stopped at Coos Bay
to deliver freight antl brought a large
consignment of freight here. She pre
e viously carried a cargo south from Port
land. The steam ''schooner Hornet will be
towed to pea ' tomorrow by the steam
schooner Wasp. The Hornet will receive
her machinery in San Francisco. . The
big steamer Czarina, one of the largest
to load here, will leave tomorrow for San
Francisco. This is the Czarina's first trip
to Gray's Harbor.
MILL PIT OX THIRD VESSEL
San Francisco & Portland Steamship
Company to Carry Passengers.
Within the next six weeks the San
Francisco & Portland Steamship Com
pany will have a third steamer running
out of this port to the Bay City carry
ing rassengers. The name of the third
steamer is not known at the local office
of the company, but R. P. Schwerin. vice
presid?nt and general manager of the
Harrlman water lines, has sent word that
she will be one of the best on the coast.
Local officials of the- company say that
she will have accommodations for at
least 4 passengers as well as space for
l.wi tons of freight. It is declared that
she will be as fast as the Columbia.
With these three steamers in commission
the company expects to give a three-day
service between this citv and the Cali
fornia metropolis. The Columbia will be
hack on the run next Tuesday after hav
ing been laid up for repairs since the
earthquake disabled her.
In addition to thepe vessels the steam
ers Roanoke. Geo. W. Elder and F. A.
Kilburn will be taking care of a part of
the passenger trade.
AVATERLOGGED OFF THE BAR
Fire-Masted Schooner Louis Report
ed Trying to Make Port.
ASTORIA. Or.. Nov. 9 (Special.') The
schooner C. F. Holmes, which arrived to
night, reports the five-masted schooner
Louis, which sailed hence November 2.
lumber laden for San Francisco, was off
the Columbia bar Thursday evening.
water-logged and evidently trying to
make port. The Callendar Navigation
company, which is interested in . the
Louis, wired the tug men and pilots
Gray's Harbor to watch for her and lend
all possible assistance.
It was blowing a gale when the Holmes
sighted the Louis. She was flying no sig
nals, and Is not thought to be in grave
danger, except that she must make port
Farewell to F. Ferneyhough.
F. Ferneyhough. who has been assist
nnt to the chaplain of the Seamen's In
stitute for a number of years, was given
a farewell party last night preparatory to
his departure for Tacoma. where he will
assume charge of the Sailors' Mission.
The gathering was an informal one. but
a number of short talks were made. A
fine writing desk was presented to Mr.
Ferneyhough as a slight token of the es
teem in which he is held by the patrons
of the institute. Accompanied by his fam
ily. he will leave for the Sound this morn
Vessel Collides With Scow.
While the French bark Vllle de Mul
house, in tow of the Harvest Queen, was
being taken out into the middle of the
stream, yesterday afternoon, preparatory
to leaving for the sea. she collided with
one of Brown & McCabe's donkey-enfiine
scows, moored at Montgomery dock No. 2.
The deck and bunkers of the scow were
badly damaged. For a time it was be
lieved that the wheel of the Queen had
been disabled by the mix-up. but an ex
amination showed that it had not been
njured to any extent. She proceeded on
down the river with her tow.
The driftwood In the river makes navi
gation difficult and even dangerous unless
the greatest care is exercised. Ureat quan
tities of it find lodgment among tne pil
ing of the docks and keep several men
busy dragging the accumulation out into
Steamers Run Ashore.
MONTREAL. Nov. 9. The Dominion
steamer Athenia, outward bound, with a
eeneral careo and passengers, is ashore
30 miles above Quebec.
CUPHAVEN. Germany. Nov. 9. The
British steamer Madawasca. from Gal
veston October 13, for Emden, is ashore
on the Eastern Coast of Nordeney
Island. Several tugs have gone to her
The steamer Roanoke left up from As
toria at 6 o'clock last evening, and ought
to be in the harbor this morning. She is
a day late, and will not sail until Monday
night on the return trip.
Captain Le Bras, of the French bark La
Tour d'Auvergne, has offered a reward of
$10 each for the capture of four sailors
who deserted from his vessel. One of
them is affected with trachoma.
The British steamship Fulham will
move down to Linnton this afternoon to
complete her lumber cargo, after having
taken on the major portion of her ship
ment at the North Pacific mill.
The Norwegian steamship Jethou Is ex
pected to sail from Port Los Angeles for
Portland today. She is under charter to
the Pacific Export Lumber Company to
carry a cargo of fir to the Orient.
In tow of the Wauna. the steamer
Northwest, which was sunk near Kalama
a week ago. arrived yesteraay at me
Portland shipyards, where she will be
hauled out on the ways for repairs.
In order to make minor repairs to the
craft, the dredge W. S. Ladd has been
placed on the drydoek at St. Johns. When
the work has been completed sne win do
taken to Astoria to resume dredging op
erations. After J. B. Burtchell, a banker of Syd
ney. Cane Breton, had spent a day in the
city with his brother. Captain Burtchell,
master of the British bark Oweenee. ne
left last night for his Canadian home.
His business would not permit of a longer
Proposals will be solicited at u ashtng-
ton for the building of a new steam light
ship to be stationed off the mouth of the
Columbia in place of No. 50. which is a
sailing vessel. The new lightship is to be
feet long, 29 feet beam and lo.4 depth.
of hold. The bids for the contract of con
structing the new tender Manzanita were
rejected on the ground that tney were
. Arrivals and Departures.
ASTORIA, Nov. 8 Cape line down. No
bar report. Arrived down at 9 A. M.
Steamer Alliance. Arrived down at 8 A.
M. British shin Allerton. Arrived down
at 6 A. M-. and sailed at 3 P. M. Steamer
Viilttter. for Port Harford. Lett up at i
M. Schooners Abbie and Alice McDonald.
Arrived at 5 P. M. and left up at 6
Steamer Roanoke, from San Pedro and
way ports. Sailed at 8 P. M Steamer
Aurella. for San Franclfco. Arrived at o
P. M. Steamer Robert Dollar, from San
Francisco; and at 3.30 P. M., schooner C. T.
Holmes, from Port Los Angeles.
San Francisco. Nov. 9. Arrived Steamer
Asuncion, from Portland. Sailed Steamer
Vosemite. for Portland.
San Francisco. Nov. 9. Arrived Steamer
Franklin of Linhain. Sailed Steamer
Hongkong llar-j, for Hongkong. Arrived
Steamer Centralla, from Gray s Harbor:
steamer Northland, from Portland; whaling
schooner Gatoma, from Ohkotsk Sea;
steamer 'City of Puebla. from Victoria;
steamer Titania. Nanalmo; steamer. Asun
cion. Astoria. Sailed Steamer Yosemite.
for Astoria; steamer Aneme. for Gray's Har
bor; steamer Imogen, for Tacoma; schooner
R. W. Bartlett, :or Wlllapa: schooner R. C.
Slade, for Gray's Harbor, schooner Orient.
for Coob Bay.
Hoquiam. Wash., Nov. 9. (Special).
sailed Schooner Muriel Aberdeen, for San
Francisco: schooner watson Hoquiam, for
San Francisco; schooner Transit and steam
er Aberdeen for San Francisco. Arrived
Schooner Ensign. San Francisco, for Aber-?
AVENGES WIFE'S HONOR
Philadelphia Civil Engineer Shoots
Man AVho Caused Her Death.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 9. Frederick
Shaffhauser. a civil engineer in the Bu
reau of Water, was shot and probably fa
tally wounded today by Frederick Horn-
berger. a fireman at a city pumping sta
tion. Shaffhauser. for the last year, has
been much in the public eye. principally
as a star witness in the proceedings
against John W. Hill, formerly head of
the Bureau of Filtration. ,
Shaffhauser was called from his office
in the City Hall to the corridor of the
seventh floor today on the pretense that
a friend wished to see him. He was met
by Hornberger. who shouted: ,
'You have killed my wife and I am go
ing to kill you."
He had hardly finished the sentence
when he fired five shots at Shaffhauser.
two bullets taking effect.
Hornberger. when arrested, told the
police that Shaffhauser had been inti
mate with his wife and that her relations
with him resulted in her death.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS.
METER At 101 East Twelftn street. No
vember 6, to the wife of m Christ Meyer, a
OCHES At S7.3 Sixteenth street north,
November 7, to the wife of Benedict Oches,
BABBITT At 72S Richmond street, No
vember 7. Harold E. Babbitt, an infant.
BLODGETT At Montpelier Vermont. No
vember 2, Mrs. Ida A. Blodgett, a native
of Vermont, aged M years. Remains
brought here for interment.
DONGLEDOX At IBS East Thirteenth
street. November 8, Antonio Dongledox, a
native of California, aged 25 years. 5 months.
9 days. Remains taken to San Francisco
LANG At Walla Walla, November 4, E.
R. Lang, aged 8 years. Remains brought
here for cremation.
LEICHNER At 7K9 Thirteenth street
north, November 7. Barbara Lelchner, an
MORROW At St. Vincent's Hospital. No
vember 2. Jesse B. Morrow, aged 43 years.
O'BRIEN At St. Vincent's Hospital, No
vember 3. J. O. O'Brien, aged 22 years.
SESSIONS At Good Samaritan Hospital,
November 6. George M- Sessions, a native
SMITH At the Baby Home. November 7.
Alice Smith, an Infant.
JAMES J. MARSHALL Repair store.
East Morrison street and Union avenue;
ADA C. WEBSTER Repair dwelling. East
Thirteenth street, between Lexington and
MIKE DEL RE Repair dwelling. East
Forty-third street, between Hawthorne and
East Harrison; SA0.
A. J. FKENON One-story barn. Virginia
and Miles streets: 5M.
M. ADLER Two-story frame dwelling.
Klickitat street, between Union and Grand;
J. M. MANN Repair dwelUng. Meade
street, between Water and Front; $500.
NOB HILL FRENCH LAUNDRY Repair
laundry. Washington street, between Six
teenth and Seventeenth; $60.
MAUDE G. HUGHES One-story frame
dwelling. RIverview drive; $2000.
CORBETT ESTATE Iron, masonry and
concrete work on store and office building.
Morrison and Fifth streets; $200,000.
WAISANEN-HE1SKARI David Walsanen,
SO. 616 Quimby street, and Maria Helskari,
CAREY-RUSSELL Gearge W. arey, 21,
Portland, and Nellie May Russell, 20.
SAME IN THE EAST
of Freight Cars and
Yet the Volume of Trade Throughout
the Country Is Immense Ad
vance in AVheat Checked by
NEW YORK. Nov. 9. R. G. Doa'l Weekly
Review of Trade tomorrow will say: Busi
ness experienced the customary interrup
tion during election week, but ar more per
manent retarding influence was the inade
quate supply of freight cars and labor. Many
Industries are severely handicapped by
traffic delays. In other cases there is idle
machinery because hands cannot be secured,
despite the hign wages offered. The diffi
culty threatens to reduce the lumber cut
materially. Several strikes are threatened,
and one railway system alone has advanced
wages to the extent of $1,000,000 monthly.
Retail trade is well maintained by lower
temperatures Jn some sections of the coun
try and tne full employment of labor at all
poirts. while wholesale business in holi
day goods Is very heavy.
interrupted movement of srrain to pri
mary markets and the consequent restric
tions of foreign business as well as in ac
tivity of Northwestern flour mills checked
the upward tendency of quotations and
caused some reaction. Western receipts of
6.339.673 bushels of wheat for the week
compared with 6.644.123 bushels in the
corresponding week last year, while ex
ports from all porta of the United States,
flour included, amounted to 2.SS5.573 bushels
against 1.900,520 a year ago.
Liabilities of commercial failures tnus
far reported since November 1. amount to
SI. 221. 312. of which $537,780 was in manu
facturing, $672,537 in trading and $10,815
Jn other commercial lines.
GREATER CONFTDENCE IN FUTURE.
Result of Elections Gratifying to the Busi
NEW YORK, Nov. 9 Bradstreets tomor
row will say: Greater confidence, resulting
from the election, marked advances in wages
of railway employes, further greatly im
pioved collections, large orders Indicating
heavy consumption, good business on Spring
account, a continued scarcity of labor and a
record-breakinsc output of iron and steel
are the prominent features of the week.
Industry presents as active an appearance
as ever and labor is getting high returns.
an example of this being afforded by an ad
vance of 10 per cent in wages by a num
ber of leading railways. All in all, the
situation is one of immense activity and
of eagerness despite the fact that prices of
staples generally are showing advancing
tendencies and Index numbers are at the
highest point for at least 20 years.
Sales of wool are smaller at ttoston. but
still above the normal. Large transactions
of -the past three weeks have cleaned up
staples well and dealers get what they ask
for. Woolen goods trade reports are more
favorable, especially for fine yarn varieties.
and some mills are running nights on heavy
Business failures In the United states for
the week ending November 8 number 146
against 163 last week, and 166 in -the like
week of 1905. Canadian failures for tne
week number 28 as against 21 last week
and 30 in this week a year ago.
Wheat, Including flour, exports from the
United - States and Canada for. the week
ending November 8. aggregate 4..155.SU
bushels against 3.532.425 tais week last
NEW YORK. Nov. 9. The following table,
compiled by Bradstreet. shows the bank clear
ings at the principal cities for the week ended
November 8. with the percentage of increase
and decrease as compared with the correspond
ing week last year.
P C. P C.
47,017.148 20.6 ....
12.755,543 19.4 ....
ll.T11.53n 13.1 ..
I 9.903.719 7.0 ....
. 10.676.678 17,7
7.02'!. 807 27.7
6.S63.566 5.4 ..
5.348.300 19.7 ... .
7.145 875 27.5
6 572.066 36.9
4.1;0.8.tO 6.9 ....
4 461.402 19.6
San Francisco . . .
New Orleans .
Savannah . ..
Salt Lake City...
Spokane. Wash. ,
Grand Rapids ....
543. 35 1
Jackforivlle. Fla. ..
Wilmington. Del. ...
Kalamazoo, Mich. . .
Wheeling. W. Va. ..
Fargo. N. D
New , Eedford
Cedar Rapids. Ia....
Sioux Falls. S. D. ..
Jacksonville, ill. . . .
South Bend. Ind
13 1 ....
S jo ana
Y. City!! L092.'
Vancouver. B. C
St. John. N. B
Victoria. B. C
Total. Canada $ 96.818.683 16.9
Edmonton 636.960 ....
Balances paid in cash.
Dried Fruit at New Tork.
NEW YORK, Nov. 9. The market' for
evaporated apples continues quiet on spot,
but the tons la steady and there la no pres-
sure to sell. High choice are quoted at
SSSVc; choice, 7Tc; prime, 6&6e.
Prunes are active on the Coast and hold
firm, on spot with California grades ranging
from 39c and Oregon 40s to 20s. 9"4 810c.
Apricots are nominally unchanged with
choice quoted at 16c; extra choice. 17c, and
fancy at 18i520c. -
Peaches are quiet and steady, with old
crop choice quoted at 11c: extra choice. 12
1214c: fancy to extra fancy. 1212tc.
Raisins are firm with loose muscatel
quoted at 6lB74c. seeded raisins, 6
9 '4 c. and London layers, $16o 1-73.
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK MARKET.
Price Current locally on Cattle, Sheep
The following livestock prices were quoted
in the local market yesterday:
CATTLE Best steers. $3.50g 3.73: me
dium, $3(83.25; cows. $2.252 65; second
grade cows, $2S2 35; bulls, $1.502; calves,
$4 4 30.
SHEEP Rest $4.75 5; lambs. $5 5.25.
Hogs Best. $6.656.S5; light-weights, $6
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 8. Cattle Re
ceipts. 2000: market, steady; native steers.
$4gS.50, native cows and heiefers. $2(5 5;
stockers and feeders. $2.75(84.50: Western
cows, $24; Western steers. $3.505 25;
bulls. $283.75: calves. $2.756 25.
Hogs Receipts. 8000; market, steady to a
shade higher: bulk of sales, $6 17H6 20;
heavy. 6.15620: packers, $6.15(8620; pigs
and light, $5.756.20.
Sheep Receipts. $3000: market, steady:
muttons. $4.50(35.75: lambs. $6ig7.60; range
wethers. $4.25g6; fed ewes. $4.5085.23.
CHICAGO. Nov.' 9. Cattle Receipts. 4000:
steady; beeves. $47.25; stockers and feeders.
$2.504.50; cows and 'heifers. $1.605.15;
calves. $67.75; Texas led steers, $3.75(j$
4.30; Western steers. $3.904.10.
Hogs Receipts today. 15,000; weak; mix
ed and butchers, $5 95&6.40; good to choice
heavy. $6 256 4714; rough heavy. $3.80
6: light. $5.85'6.32H. pigs. $5.60 6.10; bulk
of sales. $6Q)630.
Sheep Receipts,' 8000: steady; sheep, $3.75
j5.60; lambs, $4.757.60.
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW YORK, Nov. 9. The market for
coffee futures closed steady net unchanged
to five points lower. Sales 82,500 bags In
cluding Nov. at 6.05(S'6.10c; December. 6.15
(8620c: March. 6.456.50c; May. 6.556.65c;
July, 680c; September, 6.906.95; October,
7c. Spot Rio, quiet; No. 7 invoice, 7c;
Sugar Raw. quiet; fair refining, 3 5-16c;
centrifugal, 96 test, 3 13-16c; molasses su
gar, 3 l-16c; refined, steady; crushed, $5.50;
powdered, $4.90; granulated. $4.80.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Laura Hacheny and husband to S.
Mazurovsky, lot 5. block C. Caruth-ers-
T. C. Niner and wife to Joseph Clair
monte et al.. lots 1 and 2. block
25. Tibbetfs Addition to East Port
W. C. Reed to Herman Schnuelle,
parcel of land beginning at point in
E. line of W. H. Payne D. L. C. 1
E. McGloin to Wilhelmlna Myer. lots
17 and 18, block 3, Beverly Addi
W. Sherlock to Right Rev. B. WIs
tar Morris, D. D.. lot 10, block 17,
Sherlock's Addition 1
Daniel and Mary C. McGill to J. A.
Ward, lot 1, block 17. McMillan's
Addition to East Portland . 1
W. U. Moore and wife to Louisa
Blair, lot 5, block 10, and S. 34
feet of lot 4, block 10, Glencoe
Albert Bartholomew and wife to
Margaret Belle Rutenic. E 25 feet
of lot 6 and E. 25 feet of N. 25
feet of lot 7, block 1, Albina Ad
Henry Kummel and wife to O. M.
Smith, parcel of land beginning at
N. E. Vi of W. 4 of S. E. H of
S. E. 14 of Nathaniel Hamlin D. L.
C, in sections 7and IS, T. 1 S.,
R. 3 E 1
J. G. Wigginton and wife to F. W.
Brooks, lots 9 and 10, bloc k2. Pow
ers' Tract 3.000
J. M. Davis and wife to W. E. Towns
and E. Bray, lot 13. block 20.
North Irvington 165
J. Nagel and wife to J. F. Altstadt.
lot 13. block Williams-Avenue
T. S. West to C. M. Fraley. S. 84
feet of lot 13. Park View Annex. 700
J. F. Watson et al. to Rose Bell Brl-
ner, lot 5. tract F. Overton Park ' 300
L. F. Grover and wife to A. T. Smith.
parcel of land beginning at S. W.
corner of block 46. Carter's Addition 1'
Racine Realty & Investment Co. to
C. C. George, lot 8, block 3, Stewart
T. A. Garbade to S j. Bliss, lots 9
and 10. block 2. Albina Homestead 1.500
J. A. Bell and wife to Camille Nicoud.
lots 2 and 3. block 1. Archer Place 1.800
A. A. Harrison to P. Nicould, lot 9.
block 1. Archer Place 375
Title Guarantee & Trust Co. to Daisy
E. Simmons, lots 10 and 11, block
21. North Irvlngion 300
E. C. Bronaugh and wife to Nels Sell
and wife, lots 9 and 10, block 2,
Bronaugh's Addition 1
W. A. Scar et al. to Ellen Norcross,
lot S, block 5, Albina 800
May E. Swigert to J. D. Ogden and
wife, lot 10. block 1, Subdivision of
block C, M. Patton Tract 1
H. N. Scott and wife to B. Sinnott.
lot 1. block 5. Carter's Addition to
East Portland 1
John and A. E. Gantenbeln to Anna
Allgur, lot 13. block 31. Central Al
Security Savings & Trust Co. to G. W.
Hazen, W. of lot 6, all of lots 7
and s, block 8. John Irving's First
Johannes S. Aimer and wife to Minnie
Nystrom. parcel land in section 18.
T. 1 S.. R. 4 E 250
College Endowment Association to W.
S. Drake. lot 3. block 31. Caruth
ers' Addition 4,500
Same to F. W. Drake. lot 2, block 31,
Caruthers' Addition to Caruthers'
Title Guarantee & Trust Co. to Net
tie Rankin. E 21 1-3 feet of lot 2
and W. 20 73 1-3 feet of lot 3.
block OS. Sunnyside Third Addition 445
H. L. Chase to L. E. Spinner, lots 36
and 37. block 2. Mansneld 125
Fanny baxer to C. Bircher. E. 75 feet
of lot 5. block 104. East Portland. 8.000
Portland Trust Company of Oregon to
Lena JacoLs. lot 14. block 7. Ivan
Barbara Moser to Conrad Wolfe, lot
21. block 9, Original Townsite of Al
E. E. Anderson to W. Webber, lot 21.
De Lashmutt & Oatman's Little
Homes Subdivision No. 2 1
Hay your abstracts made br th Security
Abstract & Trust Co.. 7 Chamber of Commerce.
Habitual constipation cured and the
bowels strengthened by the regular use
of Carter's Little Liver Pills in small
doses. Don't forget this.
A Confirmed Coffee Drinker Takes to
A housewife was recently surprised
when cook served Postum instead of
coffee. She says:
"For the last five or six years I have
been troubled with nervousness, indi
gestion and heart trouble. I couldn't
get any benefit from the doctor's medi
cine, so finally he ordered me to stop
drinking coffee, which I did.
"I drank hot water while taking the
doctor's medicine, with some improve
ment, then went back to coffee with the
same old trouble as before.
"A new servant girl told me about
Postum said her folks used it and
liked it in place of coffee. We got a
package but I told her I did not believe
By husband would like it. as he was
a great coffee drinker.
; To my surprise he called for a third
cup, said it was 'good stuff' and wanted
to know what it was. We have used
Postum ever since and both feel better
than' we have in years.
"My husband used to have bad spells
with his stomach and would be sick
three or four days, during which time
he could not eat or drink anything. But
since he gave up coffee and took to
Postum. he has had no more trouble, and
we now fully believe it .was all caused by
"I have not had any return of my
former troubles since drinking Postum.
and feel better and can do more work
than in the last ten years. We tell every
one about it some say they tried it and
did not like It. I tell them It makes all
the difference as to how it's made. It
should be made according to directions
then it is delicious."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Creek. Mien. Read the book. "The Road
to Wellville," in pkgs. "There's a reason,"
and South !
Whether you are to go via St. Paul, via Billings,
or via Denver, it is Burlington service you ought
to have. No other service as satisfactory. Try
the Burlington next time you go East.
If you'll just send us a card telling where you
. wish to go, we will give you a complete outline
of the trip, its cost, connections, etc.
"First Aid" to the
WHEN Heartburn, Sour
Stomach, Headache, Bad
Breath, coated Tongue,
Belching of Stomach, Gas,
or any of these forerunners of Indigestion
appear, Old Dr. Cascaret wants to be right
on the spot in your pocket.
Dr. Cascaret guarantees to cure the
most obstinate cases of Constipation and
Indigestion, without discomfort or incon
venience. His medicine does not gripe nor purge,
but exercises naturally the muscles that
line the walls of the Intestines and Bowels.
Want of Exercise weakens and relaxes
the Bowel -Muscles, just as it weakens
Arm and Leg muscles.
Old Dr. Cascaret goes directly after
these Bowel-Muscles. He wakes them up
just as a cold bath would wake up a lazy
Then he works them (through tha
nerves) till they get so strong from that
Exercise that they don't need any more
help to do their duty.
Heavy dinners, late suppers, whiskey,
wine or beer drinking, nervous excitement,
sudden exposure to cold or heat and a dozen
other everyday likelihoods tire the Bowel
Muscles. In such cases a little Cascaret in time
Is worth fifty dollars worth of Treatment
later on, to say nothing of the suffering,
discomfort, loss of Business Energy, and
loss of Social Sunshine it saves.
Little thin Cascaret Box, shaped so you
don't notice its presence in purse or vest-
Contains six Candy tablets Price Ten
Cents a Box at any Druggist's.
Be sure you get the genuine, made only
by the Sterling Remedy Company, and
never sold in bulk. Every tablet stamped
UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS OF
At No. 162 First SL Cor. Morrison
No misleading statement to the afflicted.
I guarantee a, complete, safe and lasting cure
In the quickest possible time, and at the
lowest cost possible for honest and success
ful treatment. I cure catarrh, asthma, lunc.
throat, rheumatism, nervousness, atomacA
Jlver. kidney and lost manhood,
tfcilAXfc XROUBLKS AND ALL FRIVATB
Mr remedies are harmless, composed ot
roots, herbs, buds and barks especially se
lected and Imported direct toy us from the
interior of China.
IF YOU ARK AyFLICTED DON'T DELAT.
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS.
If you cannot call, write for symptom
blank and circular. Inclose 4 c?ntn In stamps.
The C Oee Wo Chinese Medicine Co., 162
first St.. Cor. Morrison. Portland. Or.
Please Mention This Paper.
Be a Man
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EST MEDICAL BOOK FREE
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First f opr rout Sluuo.
Love. Courtship. Mar
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to know and every-
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Writ leu by the World-Famous Master
Specialist. "The Most Wonderful and
Greatest Scientific Book of the Ace."
WRITE FOR IT TODAY AND ADDRESS.
State Medical Institute
202 Second Ave.. South.
HW1NIMI H 111 Mt
R. W. FOSTER, Ticket Agent C, B. & Q. Ry.
100 Third Street, Portland
Sir CI A MM .MtlMM.
remedy lor Gonorrhoea,
White., unnatural air
charge., or an? inflimm.
tion of eqcos( neoor
ItheEvhisOhemiom.0. brane.. Non-Mtringent
.omoniTI,0.f7l W by Drngglsta,
o. S.A. y. st sent In plain wrapper.
t7 .zpreia. prepaid. 101
ll.oo. or 3 boctlM, 2.7J
Wrooitt wasaa NtiHtti
8:45 P. M.
for Salem Rose
bu r g. Ashland.
den. San Fran
Los Angeles. El
Paso. New Or
leans .and the
with Mt. Angel
and Silverton local.-
nects at Wood
burn and Albany
dally - except
S u n d with
trains -.to and
I r o m Albany.
W o o d b u r n
ger. Sheridan passen
ger. Forest Grove
7:25 A. M
8:00 A. M.
7:15 P. M
i:! P. M.
11:00 A. M.
4:10 P. M-
56:20 P. M.
11:00 A. M.
5:50 P. 31.
10:20 A. M.
52: SO P. M.
7:55 A M.
Daily. 5Dailv except Sunday.
PORTLAN D-OSWEGO SUBURBAN'
SERVICE AND YAMHILL
Depot. Foot ot Jefferson Street
Leave Portland dally for Oswego at 7:40
A. M. : 12:50. 2:05. 5:20. 6:25. 8:30. 10:10.
11:30 P. M. Datly except Sunday, 5:30,
6:30. 8:40. 10:25 A. M. Sunday only. 9 A. M.
Returning from Oswego, arrive Portland,
dallv, 8:35 A. M . 1:55. 3:05. 6:15. 7:35. 9:55.
11:10 P. M. : 12:25 A. M. Daily except Sun
day. 6:25. 7:25. 9:35. 11:45 A. M. Sunday
only. 10 A. M.
Leave from same depot for Dallas and in
termediate points dally. 7:o0 A. M. and 4:15
P. M. Arrive Portland, 10:15 A. M. and
6:25 P. M.
The Independence-Monmouth Motor Lln
operates daily to Monmouth and Alrlle, con
necting with S. P. Co.'s trains at Dallas and
First-class fare from Portland to Sacra
mento and San Francisco. $20; bertn. 5.
Second-class fare. $15; second-class berth,
Tickets to Eastern points and Europe:
also Japan. China. Honolulu and Australia.
CITY TICKET OFFICE. Corner Third and
Washington Sts. Phone Main 712.
C. W. STINGER, WM. M'MIRRAT.
City Ticket Aent. Gen. Pass. Agt.
COLOMBIA, MCARACJA, COSTA RICA. N0NDWA3,
0ATEMALA. COLOR (PANAMA), HATTI
Bv the Magnificent Twin Screw Cruising S. S.
rRINZESSi.1 VICTORIA LUISE
jjio Bursas wijlllt ssktics bt ram
EICEILENT (Oni KCOiaHOOATIOIS II J,'.1IC
ALSO CBtnSKS AJfD SEBVTCKS TO TBS
ORIENT. WEST INDIES
MEDITERRANEAN & ADRIATIC
ITALY. EGYPT. NILE SERVICE .
908 Market St., San Francisco, CaJ., or prin
cipal Railroad Agents In Portland.
North Pacific S.S.Co's
Sails for San Francisco, Los Angeles
Monday, Nov. 12 At 8 P. M.
From Martin's Dock, foot Seven
teenth Street. Take Sixteenth or S
street-cars. Ticket office 132 Third,
near Alder. Phone Main 1314'.
H. YOUNG, Agent.
Upper Columbia River
Steamer Chas. R. Spencer
lavs Oak-street ' dork every Mmis.y.
Wednesday and Friday at T A. M. for THE
D4LLES and STATE PORTAGE, connecting
with the OPEK RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY STEAMERS for points as far
east as HOVER
Returning. arrives Portland. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 3 P. M. Low
rates ar.d excellent service.
Phone Main 2960 or Main 3201.
WILLAMETTE RIVER ROUTE
Steamers Pomona and Oregona for Salem
and way landings from Taylor-street dork,
dailv (except Sunday) at 5:45 A. M.
OREOON CITT TRANSPORTATION CO.
Office and Dock, loot Taylor St.
fJL2)f Dtt t mrMtsre.
. gsioijr Line
S TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY
Throurh Vultman stand mr-da And tourist
leaping; cars dally to Omaha. Chicago. Spo
kane; tourUt sleeping car dally to Kan
City. Reclining cbalx cars (seat free) to tA
eftciAL (or the aat
9:30 A. M.
6:00 P. IC
6:15 P. M.
8:u0 A. it.
. For Eajttern Washington. Walla Walla.
Lewistoo. Coeur d'Alene and Grvac North.-
ATLANTIC EXPRESS 8:15 P M. 7:15 A. St
for the East via Hunt- Dally. Daily,
PORTLAND . BIOG3
LOCAL, for all local
points between Biggs
FOR ASTORIA . nA
8:00 P. M.
6:00 P. It.
.1. Tin 1 n f Mnn.nl!..
with steamer for Ilwa
co and North Beaca
fteamer Haasalo. Aab.
iv:uu p. M.
FOR DAYTON. Ore
rnn llrv v . ...
7:00 A. M.
S:30 P. M.
River points. Ah-t-
dock (water per.)
For Lewiston. Idaho, and way points from
Rlparla. Wash. Leave Rlparla 5:40 A. U
or upon arrival train No. 4. dally except Sat
urday. Arriv. Rlparla 4 p. M. dally except
Ticket Office. Third and Washington.
Telephone Main 712. C. W. Stinger. City
Ticket Art.: Wm. McMorray, Gen. I'asa. Agt.
THE COMFORTABLE WAV.
TWO OVERLAND TRAINS DAIU
THE ORIENTAL LIMITED
The Fast Mall
VTA SEATTLE OR SFOKANB.
8:15 A. M. 8:00 P
Dally. PORTLAND Dally.
Leave. Time Schedule. Arrive.
. . To and from Spo-
8:30 am kane, st. paui. Mln- :00 am
neapolls, Duluta and
11:45 pre All Points East Via 0:30 pm
To and from St.
:15pm Duluta and alt 3:00am
Points East VU
Great Northern Steamship Co.
6alllnc from Seattle for Japan
and China ports and Manila, carry
lng pasftenfrera and frelKflt.
S. S. Dnkota, November 2.
S. S. Minnesota. January 9.
NIPPON YCSEN KAIMIA.
(Japan Mall SteamsftlD t-.n t
S. S. TANGO MAKU will tail from
I Seattle about November 13 tor Japan
ana -iums pores, carrying patt.en.
cers and freight.
For tickets, rates, berth reserva
tions, etc.. call on or address
H. niCKSON. C. P. i- T. A.
122 Third St.. Portland. Or.
Fhone Main iS0.
Yellowstone Park - Kansaa
Clty-St. Louis Special foe
Chehalls. Centralla, Olym
pla, Gray'e Harbor, South
Bend, Tacoma, Seattle. Spo
kane. Lewlston. Butte, Bil
lings. Denver. Omaha.
Kansas City, St. Louis and
Southwest 8:80 am 4:80 pm
North Coast Limited, eleo
trlo liahted. for Tacoma,
Seattle. Spokane. Butte,
Minneapolis. BC Paul and
rhm East 2:00 pm T:0. u
Paget Round Limited for
Cleremont, Chehalle, Cen
tralla, Tacoma and Seattle
only - 4:30 pm 10 :M pm
Twin City Express for Ta
coma, Seattle, Spokane.
Helena, Butte. St. Paul.
Omaha, St. Joseph. 8u
Louis. Kansas City, with
out cfaanae of care. Direct
connections for all points
Bast and Southeast ll:4Spm f!:opm
A. D. Charlton. Assistant General Paeeea-
irer Agent. 246 Morrison mU. corner Third,
Astoria and Columbia
Rjver Railroad Co.
Leaves. UNION DEPOT. Arrlvee.
Dally, For Mayrere. Rainier. Dally.
Clifton, Aetorla. War
8:00 A.M. renton. Flavsl, Ham-1:64 A. at,
mono. Fort Stevens,
Gearbart Park, Sea
side. Astoria and bea
shore. jlOO p.M. Express Dally. 8:50 P.K.
C A. STEWART. J. C. MAYO,
Comm'I Agt., 248 Alder et. G. F. P. .
Pboae Main 808, ,
From Seattle at 9 p. U.
for Ketchikan, Juneau.
Skag-way. White Horse,
Dawson and Fairbanks.
S. S. City of Seattle.
November 3. 13. 23
S. S. Humboldt. Novem-
K.r S IK 0
C Cottar. Cttv (via KltkaV Nov. 4. 18.
FOB BAN FRANCISCO DIRECT.
From ccattle at A. M Umatilla, No
vember 1 1. 31: City of Puebla. November
6 21 Queen City. November 11. 2i?.
Portland Ofllre. -40 Washington 8C
G. M. lee. Pass. Ft. Art.
C T. DUNANN. Q. P- A.. San Francisco.
San Francisco 6 Portland
' Steamship Co.
PASSENGER SERVICE RESUMED
From Alnsworth Dock (Portland) at 8 P. M.
S P. "Costa. Rica," November 12. 22; Decem
ber 2. 12. 22.
S S. ' Columbia." November 17. 27, Decem
ber 7. 17. 27.
From Spear St. Dork (San Franci.sco) at
11 A. M.
S S "Costa Flea." November 8. 18. 28: De
cember. S. IS. 28.
S S. "Columbia." November 13. 23;- Decem
ber 3. 13. 23.
Only Dlre Passenger r-teamers Operating
Between Portland and San Francisco.
JAS. H. DEWSO.V, Agent.
248 Washington St. Phone Main 28.
Columbia River Scenery
KEGIXATOR LINE STEAM KKS.
Daily service btwea Portiand and The
Dalles, excpt Sun-icty. leaving Port Ian 4 at
7 A. M.. arriving atKUt 5 P. M., carry ine
freight and pasengTs. Splendid accommo
dations for outfits and ( livestoclt,.
,Dock foot r,f AH-r t.f Portland: frot of
court At., in ua uea. i-none Main ftt-4.