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14 THE MORNING . OBEGtJKIAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1306.
Portland Will Spend $45 ,000 Today and Tomorrow for Thanksgiving Turkeys
....... . ................................
TODAY and temorro-w the people ot
Portland will dly down Into their
po. kefK and buy about $45.nno worth of
turkfy for thrlr Thanksgiving dinner
tables. Between IS. "01 and IS.nno of
th royal birds are on hand awaltlngr
purchasers. The markets are loaded
down with them, and more are coming.
It will be the biggest turkey year that
Portland has ever seen. Although the
rereipts already are larger than ever
before, there will no doubt be nothing
but empty shelves In the poultry stands
tomorrow night, for times were neer
before so good. That man will be poor
lrtdeed who cannot enjoy turkey next
Thursday, even with the price at 25 or
30 cents a pound.
Shipments from the country began
coming in much earlier than usual. The
CITED TO APPEAR
Henry E. McGinn Summoned
by Circuit Court Judges.
CASE COMES UP SATURDAY
Attorney Is Ordered to Show Cause
Why He Should Not Be Pun
ished for a Contempt
At a ronfftrnr of the four Judges
of the Circuit Court at 1 o'clock yes
terday afternoon th following order
was issued, citing: Attorney Henry E.
McGin to appear Saturday at 10 A. M.
to Fhow cause why he should not be
punlaad for a contempt of court:
"In the matter of contempt proceed
ings against Henry E. McGinn, an at-torn-
of this court. ,
"Present. Honorable Alfred F. Scars.
Jr.. Presiding Judjce: Arthur U "Frazer,
John B. Clcland. C. U. Gantenbein.
"It appearing to the court that the
folio-wing transactions took place todav.
November 2fi. 3!06. during the session
of the court, to-wit:
B It rmemberr3 that, on t'nJs 2tn flav
rt November. ir06. at a session of the Cir
cuit Court Af Multnomah County, preMded
over by Hn. Alfrefl F. ParF, Jr., on of
th Judge? of ;eaJd Court, the following pro
ceedings wer had ajid done, amonc others,
The Court called ease for trial to hav?
the time, fixed for th hemMnir thereof, and
jnons or'nerfi a.-case In which Mr. R. A.
loiter and Henry T5. McGinn were counsel
ror the parties. Mr. I.citer aMced that the
ca.5 he pet for trial in the January term.
Mr. McGinn arose and addressed the Court,
stating tha.t he would content to having th
case i-et in January
After a brief pause the Court naid:
"I will j-tate. Mr. McGinn, ttiat a long
a you remain in recalcitrancy I cannot
rrcognlze you: I cannot recogntz your ap
pearance In court."
Mr. McGinn Well. then, if your Honor
dors not recoRnize my appearance. I am
soing to remain; that, in understood tnat I
am contumacious and recalcitrant. Your
Honor was In no ccnflltlmi
The Court I do not care for any argu
ment, Mr. McGinn T don't care anything about
It. What I aid I meant; I meant ju?t
what. T paid.
The '-"curt. I will send fop the Sheriff.
Mr. McGinn Tes. Mr! I meant just what
T ta!d. There is one man at this bar who
o ws y r u very well.
The Court I will hA e to ask you to re
tire from the court -room.
Mr. McGinn I expect to remain in the
wurt-rm. I have a constitutional right
to rejnain. Tour Honor does not become,
fetraure you Pit there
The Court Mr. Sheriff. T have asked Mr.
McGinn to withdraw from the court-room
cn account of his language. Tou will see
that that order Is carried out.
Mr. McGinn sat down. The Sheriff came
to him and indicated that he should ac
Mr. McGinn 'rising What iha.ll I retire
for? What rig'nt have yru to send me out of
thif court-room" Haven't I as much right
to remain in this court-room as you have?
What constitutional right have you to or-
Jer me out of this court-room because you
eir on the bench? Have you , any right to
io m? If I am in contempt, I have been
fined for it. Tou have no right to bring
The Court Just a moment. You have
paid no attention to the fine.
Mr McGinn I will pay attention to it.
The Court Will you allow me to fcpeak?
' Mr. McGinn Tee.
The Court Tou have paid no attention to
fiCENTC IN A PORTLAND MARKET,
larger part of the supply reached the
city Sunday morning from Southern
Oregon, and all day long Sunday the
clerks In the big markets were busy
unpacking and hanging up the stock.
Buying started yesterday ir.orning, but
the real trade will begin today. To
morrow it will be rush from morning
till night. Wise purchasers got their
work In early, while they had an al
most unlimited supply to select from.
Some people always put off their
Thanksgiving buying until Wednesday
night, in the hope of geting bargains,
but this is a risky proceeding. There
may be good turkeys to be had on
Thanksgiving eve. and there may not.
Twenty-five cents was the usual price
asked In the markets yesterday, though
the choicest fowls were held at S"
cents. It Is not certain that these
the fine. Tou have announced charges
against the Court, which you say you in
tend to probe t the bottom. Tou are in a
condition of recalcitrancy, and the Court
will not permit you to appear under those
circumstances and take orders. Tou are
in a condition of recalcitrancy and the
Court cannot permit you to appear in that
Mr. McGinn Then I will remain recalci
trant. The Court That will be determined later
in a legal manner.
Mr. McGinn I
The Court Wait a minute.
Mr. McGinn continuiag T have a right
to talk here. The recalcitrancy will con
tinue. The Court The Court has asked that you
remove yourself from the court-room, and
I will ask the Sheriff to see that you obey.
Mr. McGinn I will go with the Sheriff;
hut I want to tell you that I will be heard
from. 1 here is one man who knows you,
wan associated with you, and knows you
thoroughly, and I am that man. (Turning
to accompany the Sheriff, and after a few
steps turns to the Court, and says): "Not
poppy, nor mandragora. nor all the drowsy
syrups of the world" shall pass judgment
(Retires with the Sheriff).
"And the court having examined into the
said occurences It is by the court hereby
ordered that the said Henry E. McGinn
do appear before this court on Satur
day, the first day of December next, at
the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. and show
cause why he should not be punished for
a contempt at court.
"ALFRED F. SEARS. JR.,
"ARTHUR L. FRAZER,
"JOHN" B. OTjELAKD, .
M U. GANTENBEIN."
WOOD JIAKJES AFFIDAVIT.
Describes T7nder Oath Mr. McGinn's
Appearance Before Grand Jury.
District Attorney Manning ,ye&terday
afternoon filed in the Circuit Court the
following affidavit by C. E. S. Wood, re
lating to the contempt proceedings which
the recent prand jury recommended be
brought against Henry E. McGinn:
I, C. E. Wood, being first duly sworn,
on oath ray that on the 32th day of Novem
ber. A. D. 1006. I was a duly appointed,
qualified and acting Deputy District Attor
ney for the Fourth Judicial District of the
State of Oregon, and that on the 3Uth day
of November, A. T. 1906, there was duly
empaneled by the presiding Judge. Hon. Al
fred Pears, Jr., a grand jury in and for the
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for the
County of Multnomah; that said grand jury
was duly empaneled, organized and In ses
sion on the 12th day of November, 1906.
and that at about the hour of 3 o'clock
V. M. on said date, while said errand jury
was engaged in secret session, examining a
witness on a matter then being Investigated
by said grand jury, the said jury was inter
rupted in Its duties by heavy pounding on
the door of the grand jury-room and that
upon the door being opened, one Henry E.
McGinn, an attorney-at-law, without re
Questing permission to enter and without
leave or invitation of the grand jury, rushed
into the grand jury-room and in a loud and
boisterous manner began to upbraid the Dis
trict Attorney In the presence of the jury
and the witness then being examined; and
he, the said Henry E. McGinn, then and
there demanded of said grand jury that I,
C. E. S. Wood, a Deputy District Attorney,
wh was then and there present, be ex
cluded from the room: and that said Henry
E. McGinn, when requested and ordered by
the District Attorney to leave the grand
jury-room, refused to do so; that said Henry
E. McGinn was then and there violent and
boisterous and conducted himself so as to
whotly Interfere with and prevent said grand
Jury from proceeding with its deliberations,
and thereby did unlawfully interfere with
the proceedings of the above entitled court
through its said grand jury.
Could Not Sleev for Coughing.
"A customer called me up one cold
night la.st winter, wanting a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for his
mother, who had such a cough that she
could not sleep." says E. Mixon. of
Stallings. Ala.- "The next day he told me
that one dose of it relieved her and that
she rested well for the remainder of the
night." This remedy is for sal by ail
. :v ft': -"T,
WHERE 3500 TEBKEYS ARE WAITING
prices will continue, but the market
proprietors could give no reason yester
day for predicting any change. Should
today's receipts prove to be large, it
might be necessary to cut the price a
little, but everyone who is up in turkey-market
affairs thinks the bulk of
the supply Is on hand now. That is
also the opinion of the Front-street
The best turkeys sold In the Portland
market came from Oakland. Or. Turkey-raising
Is one of the great indus
tries down there. G. J. Stearns, of the
firm of E. G. Toung & Co.. of Oakland,
the largest handlers of Southern Ore
gon turkeys, brought up Portland's
supply Sunday, and says no more will
be shipped until Christmas. The Oak
land crop, according to Mr. Stearns, was
somewhat short this year, as the cold
HISTORIANS TO MEET HEBE
CON-VENTIOX IX POKTLAXD
NEXT FRIDAY A?CT SATURDAY.
Programme Announced lor Session
of Coast Branch of Ameri
The third annual metine of the Pacific
Coast branch of the American Historical
Association -will be held in the Hieh
School assembly hall in this city, next
Friday and Saturday, and the folio-wing
will be the programme:
Friday afternoon, November 30 Professor
J. TJ. Bowman, "Cook's Place In Northwest
ern History"; Professor Joseph Schafer.
University of Oregon. ' Origin of British In
terest In the Northwest": Professor F. G.
Toung. University of Oregon. "Finances of
the Cayuse Indian War. 1S4T-4S"; reception
at Portland Hotel. 7 o'clock: banquet. 8
o'clock, at which President William D. Fen
ton, of the Oregon Historical Society, will
Saturday morning. December 1 Professor
Walter G. Beach, subject not announced:
Professor C. A. Duniway. Leiand Stanford
Junior University. "Suggestions on the His
tory of the Federal Relations of the States";
Don E. Smith. "Some Considerations on the
History i of Spain and Spanish America In
the ISth Century."
Saturday afternoon Professor Max Far
rand, t-eland Stanford Junior University,
"Criticism of American Historical Docu
ments"; yrofessor H. Morse Stephens, Uni
versity of California. "The Organization of
Work With Historical Manuscripts"; busi
ness session; report of secretary-treasurer;
reports of committees; election of officers.
A number of representative educators of
the Pacific Coast will be present to take
part in the exercises, and it is expected
that every session will be most interest
By a letter to Mrs. Eva Emery Dye from
Miss Agnes C. Laut. author of "The
Vikings of the Pacific." it is ascertained
that the latter, in a recent visit to London.
discovered the whereabouts of a lot of
manuscripts relating to the Hundson's
Bay Company's affairs In the Pacific
Northwest, which, at the present time,
are practically inaccessible. It had been
known for a good while that material of
this kind existed, much of it in the nature
of letters and reports from Dr. John Mc
Loughlin while at Vancouver, from 1S24
to 1846, and later from his successors, and
also from the doctor after he removed to
Oregon City, but it had never been defi
It is expected that a resolution will be
introduced at the meetings next Friday
or Saturday which will result in the
American Historical Association of the
united States making an effort, through
the aid of the United States Minister at
the Court of St. James, to gain access to
the papers, which must have a. most vital
relation to the early history of the Pacific
Coast, and which have been absolutelv
buried for more than half a century. If
tnis enort can be made successful, and
there seems to be no good reason why it
cannot be. It may be seen that this meet
ing of the Pacific Coast branch of the
American Historical Association, to which
the Oregon Historical Society bears the
relation of host, will have accomplished
Grangers Burn 3tortgage.
The mortgage on the hall of Columbia
Grange. Patrons of Husbandry, east of
the Sandy River, was burned Saturday
with appropriate ceremony In the pres
ence of a large attendance of grangers.
There was a brief business session, when
the doors of the hall were thrown open
to the guests. The principal event just
before incinerating the document repre
senting the clearing away of the debt
was an address by C J. Littlepage, re-
FOB T H ANKSGIYTNG BtTTERS.
weather In the early Spring killed off
ma.ny of the small birds. The shortage
In Douglas County, however, is made
up by the larger supply raised In the
southern part of the Willamette Valley
and in Eastern Oregon. Southern Ida
ho, also, has been drawn upon to feed
Portland is not the only customer
that the Southern Oregon turkey farm
er has. An immense supply of dressed
fowls went through this city Sunday
and Monday billed to merchants of Ta
coma and Seattle. As the larger retail
ers here bought the bulk of their sup
ply direct, the Portland jobbers had
to find an outside market for a good
portion of their stock. They found
ready buyers in the North, and by this
operation saved the local market from
what would otherwise have been a seri
viewing the history of the Grange since
its organization in 1??3 to the present and
detailing the successful efforts put forth,
first to erect the hall and . then to
pay for it. There was much rejoicing
over the happy event among the mem
bers. The building is valued at t2W.
Columbia Grange numbers among the
most active and progressive in the state.
CARUSO GRANTED APPEAL
Italian Tenor Does Kot Pay Fine for
Insult in Monkey-House.
NEW YORK, Nov. 26. Judge O'Sulli-v-an.
in the Court of General Sessions
today, signed an order granting a right
to appeal from the decision of a Police
Magistrate in the case of Enrico Ca
ruso, the Italian opera singer, who was
found guilty in the Municipal Court of
annoying women in the monkey-house
at Central Park and fined $10.
The court proceedings were very
brief. There was no argument, and
Caruso did not appear in court. It is
stated in the application that Magis
trate Baker committed a legal error
in visiting the monkey-house, giving
sufficient grounds for a new hearing,
as he thereby became a witness in the
After conferring with District Attor
ney Jerome. ex-Judge Dittenhoefer said
he had changed his decision about pay
ing Caruso's fine. He said he feared
that his client might lose some of his
rights, even if the fine was paid un
der protest. The bail bond will uqw
The conversation with Mr. Jerome
did not result in the fixing of any date
for the argument on the motion for a
new trial. The District Attorney has
10 days granted him by law in which
to act after the expiration of the 10
days which the law grants Magistrate
Baker, so 20 days may elapse before
the case comes up for argument to fix
the date for the rehearing.
STRIPS BEFORE THE. JUDGE
Young Woman Eager to Snow
Bruises on Her Body.
EDWAKDSVILIyE, Til.. Nov 26.-Lepha
Stewart, in her eagerness to establish -a
case against her stepfather. FYed Miller,
removed her waist and other clothing In
the. presence of Justice Breeze Glass to
day to show bruises inflicted by Miller.
ML'S Stewart, and her mother appeared in
court a.s witnesses.
The Judge, seeing the girl removing her
dress, hurriedly inquired what she was
"I am gointr to show you the bruises
that brute inflicted upon me," she re
plied, and disrobed.
ThW; is the second time within a few
months the Judge has undergone an ex
perience of this kind. The first instance
was that of a woman who said her hus
band had kicked her on the shins. The
Judge is a hardened and confirmed bache
lor. Gresham Principal Kesigns.
Professor Bert Arhurst. who had been
principal of the Gresham grammar and
high schools, resigned last week on ac
count of ill health, and passed through
Portland on his way to San Francisco.
He has not been in good health for
some time, but hopes that the climate of
California will restore him. The
Gresham school will take a vacation until
II Bnhy Is Cntttne Teeth '
Be etire an ft vmm tna-t old and wll-trteA rem
dy. Mr. Window Soothlnc Errap, tor chil
dren tethlnff. It aootlies th child, often
tlx rums, allays all paaa. ctlrs wind eau
y ; . ".5
Seattle and Tacoma evidently con
sume a prodigious amount of poultry,
for. besides the Oregon turkeys they
bought, the Swifts have sent in five
carloads of chilled Eastern turkeys to
those cities. The Sound is also the out
let for the Yakima turkey-growers and
a large part of those raised in Eastern
Less than the usual quantity was
bought in Southern Oregon this year
by San Francisco firms, as the Northern
demand was the more pressing, anrl
dealers in Oregon and Washington were
willing to pay better prices than those
in California. One of the orders filled
by E. G. Young - Co. was for inon tur
keys from the Wells-Fargo Express
Company to be distributed among the
Chief Places Ban on
Sucb ftamei of Chance Come Under
Antl-Gainbling; laws. Sjt, Offi
cer frrltrmacher, and Will Be
THERE are to be no raffles of turkeys
this Thanksgiving. Actins Chief
Gritzmacher says it. is "a?in" the- law.
and that he will not "stand for" such
reckless violations of the code.
Therefore, if you have bargained on se
curing a large, fat turkey for your
Thanksgiving dinner by the raffle route,
get over the Idea, for it's you for a big
disappointment unless you do. The po
lice .-imply will not tolerate any such
gambling games as this.
It has always been customary for many
stores and various concerns about the
city to raffle off birds at this season of
the year, and many of them were prepar
ing to do so again: in fact, many have
cards on their stands and in their win
dows, announcing raffles.
But it's "asin" the law. and will not
"go" this year
Funeral ot J. C. Scott.
The funeral of J. C. Scott, an Oregon
pioneer and founder of the St. Johns
water plant, was held yesterday afternoon
from the Fit. Johns Congregational
Church, and there was a large attendance.
Stores were closed in honor of the, pio
neer resident. Mr. Scott died Sunday
morning after an illness of several
months. Next to James John. Mr. Scott
was considered the. real founder of t.
Johns. He conducted the first water
plant there when there was no profit in
A DOCTOR'S TRIALS
Sometimes Gets Sick Like Other
E"ven doing good to people is hard work
if you have too much of it to do.
No one knows this better than the
hard-working, conscientious family doc
tor. He has troubles of his own often
gets caught in the rain or snow, or loses
so much sleep he sometimes gets out of
sorte. An overworked Ohio doctor tells
"About three years ago as the result of
doing two men's work, attending a large
practice and looking after the. details of
another busfness. my health broke down
completely, and I was little better than
a physical wreck.
"I suffered from indigestion and con
stipation, loss of weight and appetite,
bloating and pain after meals, loss of
memory and lack of nerve force for con
tinued mental application.
"I became irrita.ble, easily angered and
despondent without cause. The heart's
action became irregular and weak, with
frequent attacks of palpitation during
the first hour or two after retiring.
"Some Grape-Nuts and cut bananas
came for my lunch ane day and pleased
me particularly with the result. I got
more satisfaction from it than from any
thing I had eaten for months, and on
further investigation and use. adopted
Grape-Nuts for my morning and evening
meals, served usually with cream and a'
sprinkle of salt or sugar.
. "My Improvement was rapid and per
manent in weight as well as in physical
and mental endurance. In a word. I am
filled with the joy of living again, and
continue the daily use of Grape-Nuts for
breakfast and often for the evening
"The little pamphlet. "The Road to
Wellville.' found In pkgs.. is invariably
saved and handed to some needy1 patient
along with the indicated remedy." Name
given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
"There's a reason."
Portland Women Are rinding Relief
It doe eeem that women have mora
than a. fair share of the achee and pains
that afflict humanity; they must "keep
up," must attend to duties in spite of
constantly aching backs or headaches,
dizzy spells, bearing down pains: they
must stoop over, when to stoop means
torture. They must walk and bend and
work with racking pains and many aches
from kidney ills. Kidneys cause more
suffering than any other organ of the
body. . Keep the kidneys well and health
Is easily maintained. Read of a remedy
for kidneys only that helps and cures the
kidneys and is "indorsed by people you
Mrs. A. M. Hollabaugh. of S28 Grant
street, Portland, Or., savs: "In February,
1903. I gave for publication a statement
Indorsing Doan'e Kidney Pills - I am just
as firm a friend of this remedy today,
and am pleased, to confirm my former tes
timony. For two or three years I had
suffered with kidney complaint and in
flammation of the bladder There was
some backache and a dragging down sen
sation, but the worst svmptoms were tn
connection with the kidney secretions, the
passages being too frequent and accom
panied with pain. Doan's Kidney Pills
promptly relieved this condition, banished
the backache, corrected the action of the
kidneys and benefited me in many wavs."
For sale by all dealers Price 60 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co . Buffalo. New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doen's and take
Hje Bl S3 w Bon-fofKmosi
1 031 " ivteiar. enwget, or .any lnnamm
rtWitt caataslon. tioa of aa tie one tnen
THtEvAIS OHEHIOAtOt brane. Kon-aotrujgenfc
kiK0imP.0.rl 811 by Druggists.
o. s. A. 7. ror sent in pUin wTpper.
ry .ftzpreia, prepaid, fot
1 no. or 3 bottlaa, J? 7a
misbjic nanvm mnaa
THE COMFORTABLE WAY.
TWO OVERLAND TRAINS DAIL
THE ORIENTAL LIMITED
The Fast Mail
VIA SEATTLE OR SPOKANE
Dally. PORTLAND Dally.
Leave Time Schedule. Arrive.
;To and from Ppo
S:30am kane. St. Paul. Mln- 7:00 am
:neapolis, Duluth and
1:43 pm All Points East Via 4:50 pm
Ito and from St.
0:15 pm Duluth xa n d til !0o,m
Points East Via
Sailing from Seattle, for Japan
and China ports and Manila, carry
ing passengers and freight.
S. 6. Dakota, November 28.
S. fc. Minnesota, Januarr S.
SIPPON YUSEN" K.USHA.
(Japan Mail Steamship Co.)
S. S. AKI MAEU will sal! from
Seattle about November 27 for
Japan and China ports, carrying
passengers and freight.
For tickets, rates, berth reserva
tions, etc , call on or address
H. DICKSON. C. P. 4: X. A,.
122 Third 6t.. Portland. Or.
rhuoe Muio 6S0.
IN EIGHT DATS
SPECIAL SAILING BY
THE RECORD HOLDER
S. S. DEUTSCHLAfJD
& i tuo w uw t o a a
REGULAR SAILINGS BY
THE SPLENDID STEAMERS
MOLTKE AND HAM EURO
jftsocaayisaa ato mamaa ro xct
ORIENT. WEST INDIES
MEDflEUMNEAN A ADRIATIC
EGYPT, NILE SEKVICE
HAMBURG-ARC ERIC AN LINE
906 Market ft . 6n Fr&nciaeo, CaJ , or prin
cipal Railroad Agents in Portland.
Astoria and Columbia
River Railroad Co.
Leaves. UNION DEPOT. Arrives.
Dally ror Mayors. Pain1r, Dally.
CiatFkanlfi. West port,
cnfton. A.storla. War
8:00 A. M. ronton. Flaval. Ham- 11:53 A&L
mond. Fort Stevens.
' Garhart Park, Sea
side. Aftorla and Sea
shore. T;0O P. M- ExpreeB Daily. 9:30 P. M.
C. A. STEWART, J. C. MATO.
Comml Agt , 24S Alder t. G. F.4P.A,
Phone Main fl6.
San Francisco & Portland
From AlnMcortb Dork, Portland, at S P. M.
S S. Columbia Nov. 27. Dc. 7, 1 7. etc.
p. S CoMa Hica Dec. 2 12, 22. tr.
From Spear fet.. 8an Francisco, at 11 A. M.
t. R Costa Rica Nov. 28. Dc. 8. IS, etc.
F Columbia Dec. 3, 13, 23. ere
Only direct passenger ntearaers operating
between Portland and San Francisco.
On account of congestion of freight on
Port land docks, less than carload con
signments of general merchandise and
perishable freight only will be received for
forwarding to San Francisco until further
notice. JAS. H. DEWSON, Ag-nt.
248 Washington St. Phone Main 268.
Upper Columbia River
Steamer Chas. R. Spencer
Leaves Oalt-6tr.et dork very Monday.
Wednesday Md FrWiy at T A- M. for THE
DALLES and STATE PORTAGE, connecting
with th OPEN FIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANT STEAMERS tor points as far
east as UMATILLA.
Returning. arrive Portland. Tuesday,
Thursday and. Saturday at 3 P. M. Low
ratee and excellent service.
Phone Main 960 or Main 3201.
WILLAMETTE RfVER ROUTE
For Corvallls, Albany, Independence, Salem.
Steamer "POMONA" leaves 6.45 A. M.
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
Kor Salem and way landings Steamer
"OREGONA" leaves 6.45 A. M.. Mondays.
Wednesdays and Fridays.
OREGON CITY TRANSPORTATION CO.,
Foot Taylor Street.
11:30 P. M.
Portland and San
top only at nw'
and Saa Franc ts
for all points
East and Sout-h.
for all lo.-al
point ewMith, S--r
a m e n t o. Sar.
points East and
e o n n e o tfo at
with lit Ar.ftel
and Silverton lo
cal. Cottage Grove
trains .to and
w n o d b u r n
ger. nerldan passen
SO p. M.
45 P. M.
T:;5 A. It
5 in P. M.
4. IS P. M.
11:00 A. If.
T:30 A. H.
4:10 P. M.
J 2 P M.
11:00 A. M.
11:50 P. M.
10 2O A. M-
?2 VI P. M.
!R " Jl.. .
Daily. Dally except Sundav.
SERVICE AND YAMHILL
Depot. Foot of Jefferson Street.
Leave Portland dally for Oswego at T'40
A. M. : 12 o. 2 OS. 3 SO. ! 2" 2S 7 4.". 1 10,
11:30 P M.. Dallv except Sunday. S30,
6:30. S 0. 10:25 A. M Sunday only. 9 A- M.
Returning from Oswego, arrive Portland,
dally, fi 3.1 A. M , 1 .Vi. S OS, 5 10. 15. T V,
SS. 11:10 p M : 12 25 A M Dallv exnept
Sundav. 6.2S. 7:2V 8. 35. 9 35. 11:45 A. M- Sun
day onlv. 0 A- M.
Leave from same depot for Dallas and In
termediate points dally. T:S0 A- M. and 4:15
P. M Arrive Portland, 10:15 A. M. and
6:2', p. m.
The Independence-Monmouth Motor Line
operates dally to Monmouth and Alrlle. oon
nectlnj; with S. P. Co.'s trains at Dallas and
First-class fare from Portland to Slcra
mento and San Francisco. $20; berth. 5.
Second-class fare, $15; second-class berth.
Tickets to Eastern points and Europe;
also Japan. China. Honolulu and Australia.
CITT TICKET OFFICE. Corner Third and
WashlnjrMra 6t. Phone Main "12.
C W. STINGER, Wll. MIICRKil,
City Ticket Acent. Geo. fas. Act-
S TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY
Through Puilman standards and tounet
sleeping cars dallv to Omaha. Chicago. Spo
kane; tourist sleeping car daily to Kansas
City. Reclining, chair cara vsea's free to
the East dally.
UNION DEPOT. Leaves, f Arrives.
SPECIAL for th 9:30 A. M. 5:"A p. M.
East via HunfJngton. Daily, j Daily.
SPOKANE FLYER. DaTly" S "patl'v
For Eastern "Washington. Walla Walla,
Lewlston. Coeur d'Alene and Great Norta
ATLANTIC EXPRESS 8:15 P.M. T.15A M.
for the East via Dally. Dally.
PORTLAND - BIGGS S.15 A. M. 6.00 P. m7
LOCAL for all local
Soints between Biggs
RIVER BC HEP CLE.
FOR ASTORIA and 6:00 P.M. 5:0O p M.
way point, connecting Dally Dally
with steamer for II- except except
waco and N'ortli Sunday. Sunday.
Beach steamer Saturday
Hassalo, Aj-h st. dock. 10 00 P M
FOR DATTON. Ore- 7:00 A.M. 6:30 P. M.
gon City and Yamhill Dally Dally
River pntnti), Ash-st. except except
dock (water per.) Sunday. Sunday.
For Lewlston. Idaho, and way pointa
from Rlparia. WaWh. Leave Ripaiia 6:40 A.
M-, or upon arrival train No. 4. daily except
Saturday. Arrive, Rlparia 4 P. M. dally ex
Ticket Office, Third and Washington.
Telephone! Main 712. C. W. Ptinrer, City
Ticket Agt.; W'm. MoMoray. Gem. f-ua. Act.
MV L. DAILY.
City-Su Louis Special for
Olympia. Gray's Har
bor, South Bend. Ta
coma. Seattle. Spokane, ,
Lewlston. Butte, Bil
lings. Denver, Omaoa.
Kansas City, St. Louis
and Southwest 8.30 am 4:80 pra
Korth Coast Limlt'vJ. elec
tric lighted, for Tacoma.
Seattle, Spokane. Eutte,
Minneapolis. St. Paul
and the east 2:00 pta T :00 ant
Puget Sound Limited for
CI are moot. Chehalls.
Centralla. Tacoma and
Seattle only 4:30pra 10:55 pra
Twin City Express for Ta
coma. Seattle, Spokane.
Helena, Butte, St. Paul.
Omaha. St. Joseph. St.
Louis. Kansas City,
without change of cars.
Direct connections for
ail points East and
Southeast 1145pm R Wpn
A. D. Charlton. Assistant General PasF.n-
trer Agent. 2j." Morrison St., corner Third.
From Seattle at 8 P. M.
for Ketchikan. Juneau.
Skagway, White Horse.
Dawson and Fairbanks.
S. S. Humboldt. Novem
ber 27. 9 A M
S. S. Cottage City (via
Sitka). Dec 4
FOR 8AX FRANCISCO DIRECT.
From Seattle at A. M Umatilla. No
vember 1." I. 31; City of Puebia. November
6. 21 pokace. November 11.
Portland Office, 249 Washington St.
C D. DUN ANN", G. P A , San Francisco.
Columbia River Scenery
SEOrXAIOB LEVE STEAMERS.
Dally service between PoMiand and The
Dalles, except Sunday, leaving Portland at
1 A. M.. arriving about A P. carrying
freight aad passengers. 6plendid accommo
datior.s for outfits and livestock
Dock foot of Alder St.. Portland: foot of
Court St., The Dalle. Phone Main 614,
Fast Steamer Telegraph
JIakes round trip daily (except Sun
day). Lfavps Portland 7 A. M. Leaves
Astoria C:3rt P. M.
Landing Alder-Street Dock.
Phone Slain 55.