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THE MORNIKG OREGON IAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1907.
10 BE ENFORCED
Customs Officials Watch Own
ers of Launches for
RULES AND REGULATIONS
Craft Used for Hire Must Carry
Life Preserver for Each Passen
ger Regular Steamer Lights
In compliance 'with the recent instruc
tions from and rulings of the Depart
ment of. Commerce and Labor, officials
of the local Customs-House have been
engaged in compiling a list of the power
launches in this district, together with
the names of owners and in seeing that
the navigation laws and regulations cov
ering life preservers and lights are ad
hered to. It is incumbent on all opera
tors of power boats to adhere strictly to
All power vessels, without regard to
use or tonnage are required to comply
wtth the provisions of pilot rules in re
gard to lights, whistle, bell, fog-horn,
etc., and to have on board two copies of
said pilot rules.
The lights are to be placed thus:" For
ward, white liht, secured so it Is not
visible more than two points aft of
beam. After, white light showing all
round, at least seven feet higher tnan
the forward white light. A green light
on the starboard and a red light on the
port side, screened so as to not be vlsl
, ble from opposite side of boat not more
than two points abaft of beam on their
All vessels of 15 gross tons, or less, pro
pelled by power and carrying passengers
for hire, are required to carry one ap
proved life-preserver for every passenger
carried, and such boat shall be operated
only in charge of a duly licensed oper
ator. All vessels of over five net tons, en
gaged in carrying passengers or freight
for hire, are required to be documented
by the Collector of Customs.
Vessels of less than M gross tons, used
exclusively for pleasure, and not rented,
or used in the carrying of passengers
for hire, are not required to be docu
mented and are not required to comply
with the provisions in regard to licensed
navigator and life-preservers, but munf
conform with other laws.
Gasoline-driven fish and oyster-boats,
not carrying passengers for hire, are also
exempt from documenting and do not re
quire licensed operators.
Power boats of less than 10 tons and
open, may use a combination head -and
side light, but must carry stern light.
For any violation of the navigation
laws, fine is assessed by the Collector
Collector of Customs P. S. Malcolm
states that Congress is expected to pass
special legislation at the coming session
for all gasoline craft. He is much pleased
at tho co-operation his office is receiving
from all launch owners In this district.
Following is a list of the pleasure and
licensed gasoline craft In this district, so
far as ascertained:
Name. Owner.lName. . Owner.
Arrow Campbell. No name.... Rlerson
Aristocrat .. Phillips' No name Wiles
Alma -Cook Broa.jNo name oroat
Anita ... Wentworth'No name .... Arthur
Anndolethe No name ... Rierson
Praele Bros. No name .. rnKnown
Ahwaga IrwIn'No name ..ETberhardl
Ade) Portland: No name .. Unknown
Arria .. -Heyes BrosJNo name. ..Humphrey
Annie R. ..... Randall, No name Chase
Aloha MoreyINo name Parka
AiHo Marlne.MecklemlNo name
Au Revolr. .Unknown
. . Ralston
.Block 4 Bamford
Neustead A ISrhraan
Bon Ami Kail
Buelah Keller No name
Blue Bird. .Unknown No name .... Wrlchi
Celle Sweeneyi No name .. Unknown
Cruiser cranzINo name .. Carstena
Chrlstlna.Chrlstlensen! No name .."Whitman
t'lwppy .. .Unknown'No name Messerly
C Monroe'No name ......Smith
Vhlnook ... UnknownjNo name .. Unknown
Constitution . MerrilliNo name Burr
Cazadero .... MorrlsINo name .. UnKnown
Clara Hansen. Hansen! No name .. Jennings
Columbia BrunolNo name .... Blanck
Cracker Jack. Jacksuu, No name .. Unknown
Orel CanutoiNo name Gruel
Cat McNicholslNo name .. Unknown
rono Cranz"No name Whtte
Bolly KeatsNo name ... Johnson
Palsy MerrllltNo name ... Phillips
Defender.. .. AlvorU'No name .... vi'llcox
Damflno No name . . Unknown
....Or. Launch Co. No name .. .Redding
Dix Byers No name .. campoeii
Iorothy Harlow No name . . Trnxnown
Tel Monte GravestNo name.Blddienouse
Edna B Shea! No name .. UnKnown
Emma PerryjNo name Unknown
Eye Rls. .UnknownjNo name Moore
Ellen unknownINo name . . . Phillips
Echo royi!No name..Moorehouse
Eva Amos No name . . . . Austin
K- F. Porter. . .PorterjNo name .. Unknown
Eclipse RalnfdiNo name .... Millan
Fdith HarveyINo name ....Conners
Fmily Paupher'Onlda Unknown
Elnord VaughnrO. I. C McKenzIe
Eclipse Johnson'Ocea Long
Fdna L. ... UnknowniOaks Flyer. .. Larson
Flirt WolflPeoria Unknown
Key Unknown P Jones
Fuchsia UnknownlP. B. A C. A Hefty
Farragut Merrlll'Plummer ...... Hoyt
Fav ........ Roberts'Palmer earner
Flirt Unknown I Palmer. No. 2. Carner
Gazelle ScottJPcarl City. .Vuknown
G-l'rea .... MclntyrelPrlncess May... Brink
Gloria Alvord'Pyk Knight
Gertrude LaddlQueen .. Rlerson
Gladys .... Unknown'Ruba Ellison
Huldy Harmon' Reba Knight
H Knight'Red Emma. .Thornton
Helen .. 6toppenback' Rochester. Amsworth
H. R IRelief Merrill
Harrington & RoweiRav ;Keiiogg
Halcyon Austln'Rosa Barrett
Hattle KendalllRose city . . .rntnown
Helen .... KlunernalRuth Masters
Holly IRnhara Roberta
XW. Paper & P. Co.lRuth Unknown
Hoqulam .... AutzentRogue vrnson
Irene Longlsusle t ....TTnunown
J1, Robens glgnal Houser
Iris Bnllini Stella Dunham
Illinois HnrtlSan Toy Supple
Judge Kelly Sacalawea ..Unknown
Jessie Gllllland'Sapphor Spencer
Kozo ... ChrlstensenlSnark H orison
K Prehn' Sophia Murpny
Kittle Mntholt'Shamrock ..Klngslev
' Koos Holland'Shlrley .... carmacK
Kid Livingstone Sonn Jim Welch.
X. Waterslsllby Holman
T.ocanvar . McCraken'scoot Heed
Lathrop Reld'Saltair Glisan
Luella Collins'Spray .. ..Rosenberg
Lotus NormanlSilvo Quay
Leader ixiweiSilver Heels. Unknown
I. ady Jean Kerrl Spray T:ri Known
Lark . ... LaddJTom Cod. .. .Thui man
Lena Bfddle Teddy XTnKnown
Majell .... Barrlnger'Teaser.Von der Werth
Mirth ArmstronglTryphosa .Smith Bros.
Maud ....... McCoyTac. Penance Tea Co.
Margaret . DeVarneyiTrudell . .Sendelback
Mercury ... McCleay'Truscott .Campbell
Me v nimeyi i eiegram
My Girl. Hayes Bros.JTokalon
Miown . Hayes Bros, xno
Mary L Unknown! Violet
Marv reRock'Vlxen Wolf
Mayflower . LombardlVan Van Datta
Mercedes . UnkygiwnjVlm Jobes
Mabel Martin'Wabun .... Freeman
Merrlman . .Sauson'White Flyer. . .Larson
Mistletoe . UnknownTWlllapa Smith
Mazeppa TWelakahau .Spauldlng-
....White & GrantlW 1017 Bilke
Marie. No. 2. ..NastgTWhlte Crow
May Campbell! ..Peterson Smith
Maude . .Sendlebach'T. M. C A.. Jr....
. ..Levens' Boys dept. T.M.C.A.
Honeyman' Voda ..Younger Bros.
. . Morris'Zebrs8 Tvler
. Nautlls StrykerNo name Foster
No name .... GroatiL'. Unknown
No name Lewisi
Bury Mrs. Dye Tuesday.
VANCOUVER. Wash., Oct. 37. (Spe
cial.) The funeral of Mrs. Imo Goss Dye,
who died Saturday in McMinnville. Or.,
will be held at the residence of E. G.
Crawford, on Tuesday, October 29. at 10
o'clock A. M. Friends of the family are
Mrs. Dye was born and reared in Van
couver and has a wide circle of friends
here. She was the daughter of James T.
Goss, a pioneer resident; of this place.
Besides her husband and young daugh
ter, two sisters and- two brothers survive
her. They are Mrs. E. G. Crawford and
Mrs. Minnie Eddings, of this city; Harry
B. Goss, of Seattle, and B. N. Goss, of
San Jose, -Cal.
CAPTAIN fevER IS DEAD
One of the Best-Known Navigators
on the Pacific Coast.
SEATTLE, Wash., Oct. 27. (Special.)
Captain Henry P. . Weaver, one of the
best known navigators on the Pacific,
Coast, died here this morning after a
phort illness caused by typhoid fever.
Captain Weaver was taken sick on the
last- trip of the Pacific Coast Steamship
Company's steamship President from
Nome and was forced to take to his state
room. Captain Weaver has made Alameda,
CVlif., his home, and his body was ship
ped to that city tonight. It Is accom
panied by Mrs. Weaver and a young
REDONDO FOR COOS
Steamer Will Be Operated to
OWNERS TO MANAGE HER4
Vessel Will Make Two Trips From
Portland to San Pedro Before
She Goes on the Regular Run.
Now Loading at Taconia.
A. M. Simpson, head of the Simpson
Lumber Company and owner of the
steamship Redondo, has decided to place
that vessel on the run South from. Coos
GRAIN TONNAGE EN ROUTE AND LISTED FOR
PORTLAND COMPLETE TO OCTOBER 27
Name Flag and Rig.
Aberfoyle, British ship
Admiral Cornulier. French bark...
Aker, Norwegian steamer
Alexander Black, British -bark
Alice Marie, FrencX bark
Alsterkamp. German ship ..........
Ancalos. British ship
Andre Theodore. French ship
Amazon, American bark ...
Amazon, British bark
Aparlna, British steamer
Arctic Stream. British ship
Armen, French bark
Auchencrag, British steamer .
Bayard, French ship
Belle of Ireland. British Steamer...
Borderer. British ship
Bonchamps. French bark
Bougainville. French bark
Brodick Castle, British ship
British Monarch. British steamer...
Buccleuch. British ship
Buff on. French bark
Calluna. British bark
Cambusdoon, British bark .........
Carnarvon- Bay. British ship........
Castle Rock. British ship
Castor. British bark
' Celtic Chief. British ship
Chas. Gounod, French bark
Clackmannanshire, British ship
flan Buchanan, British ship
Claverdon. British ship
Cloch. British bark
Combermere, British ship ..........
Cornil Bart. French bark
Cralgvar, British steamer
Crlllon, French shin .
Crown of India, British bark
Como, British steamer
Duchalburn. British bark
Edouard Detallle. French bark ....
Emllie Galllne. French bark
Ernest Legouve, French bark
Eugene Pergellne. French bark
Eugene Schneider, French bark ....
Europe. French bark
Emily Reed. American bark
Earl of Dunmore, British ship
Elginshire. British bark
Fitzpatrlck. British steamer
Gen. de Bolsdeffre, French bark ...
Glenelvan,- British ship
Glenesslln, British ship
Goto Maru, Japanese steamer
Guethary, French bark .............
H. Hackfeld. German ship
Henry Villard, American ship
Homeward Bound, American bark ,
Jules Gommes, French ship .'
La Tour d'Auvergne. French bark..
Largo Bay. British bark
Lady Wolsley. British bark
Largimore. British ship
Lyra. American steamer
Largo Bay. British bark
Marechal d'Turrene, French bark . .
Marthe Roux. French bark
Mlltonburn. British bark
Manshu Maru. Japanese stearnshlD ,
Minerva. Norwegian steamer
Ormldale. British steamer
Ostara. German ship
Ormlston. British steamer
Pierre Lot!.' French bark
Queen Christiana, British steamer ..
Rlverdale. British steamer
River Fallock, British ship
St. Mlrren, British ship
Strathgry'e, British bark
Strathflllan. British steamer
Sully, French ship
Sohurbeck, German bark. .......... .
Thiers, French ship
Tottenham. British steamer. 1
Tiberius. German steamer
Versailles, French bark
Villa de Pljon. French back
Vllle de Mulhouse. French bark ...
Valdlvla. British steamer 1.
Walden Abbey. British ship
Wavertree. British ship
Windsor Park. British ship
Woodford, British steamer
. ..3587.V. -Antwerp
. . 194 ft, . . . Rochester
..18rf. .. .M0JI
, , .1391. .. .Rotterdam
..1959. . . .Antwerp
...1789 Caleta. . . ."
.,1704 Newcastle. W. S. W...
,.. 187. .. .Newcastle. England...
,. .1105. .. .Newcastle
.. .2016. .. .Han FTancisco
...2772 San Francisco
,..2833 Newcastle. N. 8. W...
... 1949. .. .Newcastle, England..
...1963. .. .Swansea .
,.. 1769 Newcastle. N. S. W. .
. .2547. .. .Guaymas
,.. 1961..;. Newcastle. , ff. 8. W..
...1842 Newcastle. N. S. W. .
...1522 Caleta Colosa
,..1787 Newcastle. N. . W. .
,..1953. .. .Valparaiso
... 1709. .. .Honolulu
. . .1717. . . iSan Francisco
,..1482. .-. .Antofogasta
...1966 St. Rosalia
...2462 Newcastle, N. S. W...
, . . 3868. .. .Callao
. . .2874 .... San Francisco
,..1979 Newcastle. N. 8. W. .
, . .1883. . . .Antwerp
,. .3313. .. .Valparaiso
..1998 St. Rosalia
.. 1920. .. .London
, . .1849. . . .London
.. 1868. .. .London .
..1953 Antwerp . .... . . . .
...2030. .. .Newcastle, N- 8. W...
,. .2439?.. .Antwerp
,.. 1467. .. .Newcastle
. . .2038. . . .Caldera
..2838. .. .San Francisco
. . 1960 .London
.. 1736. .. .Valparaiso
. . 1645. .. .Antwerp
...2824. ., .Hakodate
.. 1930. .. .Antwerp
... 1453. .. .Newcastle
...1987 Newcastle. N. 8. W. .
.. 1948. .Rochester ,..
1178. . ..Valparaiso
.. .1265. .. .Caleta Buena
...1789 Newcastle, N. 8. W. .
... 1178. .. .-Valparaiso
, ..1939. .. .London
...2499 St. Rosalia
..3254. .r .Yokohama i..
,. .2413. . . .Bremerton .
, ..2305. .. .Newcastle. N. 8. W. .
,.. 1830 St. Rosalia
. ..8147. .: .Callao
..1926 Antwerp ,
...2974 San Francisco
..2752 Hong Kong
. . 1586. .. .Valparaiso
.. 1855 Newcastle. N. 8. W. .
,.. 2816. .. .Vancouver .
,. .2268. .. .Valparaiso
,. .2251 ... .Newcastle
. . 2703 San Francisco ,
. .81 96. . . .San Francisco ........
.. 1754. .. .Newcastle
. ; June 2. '
. . In port.
. . In port
. Sept 20.
. . .Oct IT.
. . In port.
. .June 2.
. . - Oct 6.
. June 8.
Total tonnage enrbute and listed.
Same date In 1906
Same date In 1905
MISCELLAJfEOTJS FOREIGN TO ARRIVE.
Emily Reed. American bark 1467 Newcastle
Henry villard, American ship 1453. .. Newcastle
Mlndora. American schooner 642. ... Newcastle
Faramita, American bark 1444.... San Francisco ..
daughter, who were at the bedside when
Captain Weaver passed away.
Captain Weaver was born at Plcton,
Nova Scotia, 43 years, ago, and- has fol
lowed the sea from boyhood. He came
to the Pacifie Coast 20 years ago as a
mate on the ship Occidental. During the
Spanish-American war he was first of
ficer on the transport Valencia. Later
he entered the employ xt the North
western Steamship Company, of this city,
being in command of the steamship Vic
toria. He went East a year ago and
brought the steamship Yucatan around
from the Atlantic Coast. A few months
ago he went with the Pacific Coast Com
pany to take command of the new steam
ship President. Captain Weaver had a
wide knowledge of northern waters and
was in command, of the RoanoRe, one of
the first vessels to go to Nome after the
discovery of gold there.
FUNERAL VERT IMPRESSIVE
R. E. Lockwopd, Veteran Editor,
Bnried With Fraternal Honors.
WEISER. Idaho, Oct. 27. (Special.)
The funeral of R R Lockwood. the vet
eran newspaper man and Democratic
politician, who was accidentally killed last
Wednesday by the discharge of a revoU
ver. was held today from the Knights of
Pythias Castle. The body lay In state
for two hours at noon.
In the morning services were held at
tended only by members of the family,
and In the afternoon the public funeral
was conducted by both the Knights of
Pythias and the Masons, of which order
also Lockwood was a member. Senator
Fred T. Dubois, for many years an inti
mate friend of the deal editor, eulogized
him briefly, speaking of his personal
character. Interment was in the Welser
cemetery, both the Masonic and Pythian
rituals being used.
The funeral cortege was unusually Im
pressive, the two fraternal organizations
marching in a body to the cemetery, and
the long procession Indicating the esteem
in which Mr. Lockwood was held by the
people of his home town.
Northwestern People in New York.
NEW YORK, Oct. 27. (Special.) North
western people registered at New York
hotels today as follows:
From Portland A. H. Edelfen, Miss H.
Criefs. at the Belvedere: P. A. Combs, at
the Astor; W. W. McCredie, at the Well
ington; B. Coffeey, P. H. Coffeey, at the
Heald Square; A. Goldsmith, E. D. Jor
gensen, at the Brozell.
From Seattle I. Bornstein and wife, at
the York; F. S. Clewley. Holland O. Rus
sell, at the Herald Square; F. w. Graham
and wife, at the Gllsey; K. G. Ripley, at
the Broadway Central; P. W. Thomas, at
From Spokane F. Budmus, at the "Park
Avenue; J. B. Walsh, at- the Prince
From Tacoma C. Johnson and wife,' at
Bay. The first sailing from Marshfleld
will be December 1. The vessel Is now
loading at Tacoma for Portland. She will
take two cargoes from here to San Pedro
for Simpson and will then proceed to
v-wa jay ana go on me regular run
' Due to Arrive.
Name. - From Date.
Alesta Hongkong. .. . ..In port
Nicomedla. . . Hongkong In port
Breakwater. -Coos Bay In port
City of Pan. .San Francisco. .Oct. 80
Alliance Coos Bay Oct. 81
Geo. W EldeiSan Pedro Nov. 4
Costa Rlra..San Francisco. .Nov. 4
Northland. .. San Pedro Nov. 4
Roanoke Los Angelas. .. Nov. 6
R. D. Inman. Ban- Francisco. . Nov. T
JohanPiulsenSan Francisco. Nov. 14
Numantia Hongkong .Nov. 24
Arabia Hongkong Xa 4
Scheduled to Depart.
Name- For Date.
Alesla Hongkong Oct 28
Breakwater. . Coos Bay Oct. 30
Alliance Coos Bay Nov. S
City of Pan... San Francisco. Nov. 2
Nicomedla. .. Hongkong Nov, 4
Norhland. . . . San Pedro Nov. 6
Geo. W. EldeiSan Pedro Nov. T
-Roanoke Los Angelea. .. Nov. T
Costa Rlsa. ..San Francisco. .Nov. 8
n. v. inman.san Francisco. .Nov.
JohanPoulsen San Francisco . .Nov.
Numantia. . . .Hongkong Nov.
Arabia Hongkong. .... .Deo.
Geo. W. JSlderSan Pedro
Since the withdrawal of the F. A, Kil
burn in June there has been no Southern
service from Coos Bay points.
The Redondo was operated by Schubach
& Hamilton, of Seattle between Portland
and Sound ports for four months. The
venture proved a losing one and as the
merchants of Portland would not come
Vital strength comes
from proper food. If you
want to be ready for oppor
tunities, food that is quick
ly absorbed -by the blood
and stored up in the brain,
nerves and muscles as vital
energy, must be made a
part of your regular
' Suppose you try Grape-'
Nuts with cream for break
fast. Eat slowly and note
the comfortable feeling of
vitality that "stays with
you" till noon. "There's
a Reason." Read "The
Road to Wellville' in pkgs-
to the aid of the Steamship Company the
Redondo was withdrawn. She. sailed
from here 12 days ago oh her last trip,
t The Redondo Is fitted with passenger
accomodations, and will be a valuable
aqulsition to the fleet operating In and
out of Coos Bay. It is now , impossible
for a person to go from Coos Bay to
Eureka or San Francisco, without first
coming to Astoria,
Dangerous toN Navigation.
Captain Williams, of the British ship
Rajore, reports sighting, October 16, '07.
latitude 45:40 N., longitude 130:07 W., a
broken off spar, standing upright about
10 feet out of the sea. It has the appear
ance of being attached to a submerged
hull. Also on September 30, "07, sighted
in latitude 36:56 N. and longitude 124:12
W., an immense log, about three feet in
circumference, standing above the sea
surface. JOHN M'NULTY,
The steamship Costa Rico sailed for
San Francisco yesterday with a full pas
The British ship Port Patrick, from
Newcastle, N. S. W., arrived up yester
The steamship Geo. W. Elder sailed for
San Francisco, via Eureka last night. She
carried a quantity of freight and a num
ber of passengers.
The steamship Breakwater, from Coos
Bay, arrived late last night. The vessel
made a fast run on the round trip. She
left Portland late Wednesday night.
Arrivals and Departures. y
PORTLAND, Oct. 27. Arrived Steam
ship Breakwater, from Coos Bay ports;
British ship Port Patrick,.' from Newcastle.
N. S. W. Sailed Steamship jCosta Rica,
for San Francisco: . steamship George W.
Elder, for San Francisco and Bureka.
Astorla, Or., Oct. 27.- Condition of the
bar at 5 P. IV. obscured, wind south,
weather cloudy. Arrived down at 6 A. M.
and sailed at 12:45. steamers Northland and
Aurella, for San FTancisco. Arrived down
at 6 A. M. and sailed at 12 noon, steamer
Alliance, for Coos Bay. Arrived down at
8 A. M. and sailed at P. M.. steamer R.
D. Inman. for San Francisco. Arrived
down at 11 A. M. and sailed at 4 P. M-,
British steamer Tymerlc, for St Vincent
for orders. Left up at 11:20 A. M., schoon
er Alice McDonald. Arrived at 11:30 A. M.
and left up at 8:30 P. M., steamer Break
water, from Coos Bay.
San Francisco, Oct. 2T. Sailed last night,
steamer Thomas L. Wand, for Portland.
New "York. Oct. 27. Arrived Steamer
Europe, from Naples.
San Francisco, Oct 2T. Arrived
Steamer Moverlck, from Seattle; steamer
President from Victoria; steamer Meteor,
from Anacortes; steamer G. C. Lindauer,
from Grays Harbor; ship Star of Italy,
from Pyramid Harbor: ship William H.
Macy, from Sydney. Sailed Steamer City
of Panama, for Portland; steamer Ashta
bula, for Shanghai; steamer 4eon. for
Victoria, Oct. 26. Arrived Steamer
Mlowera, from Australia.
Seattle. Oct. 2T. Sailed Steamer. Tro-xnont-
Tide at Astoria Monday.
6:00 A. M 6.1 feetlll:85 A. M....4.0 feet
5:13 P. M T.- fee
VOTE ON PARK PURCHASE
Several Important Issues to Come
Vp at St. John.
T. J. Monahan is circulating a peti
tion in St. John to euibmit to the voters
at the special charter election of Jan
uary 6, 1908, the question of issuing
$75,000 in bonds with which to pur
chase water frontage and a park for
that place. This movement is the out
growth of the organization of the St.
John Pioneer Association. St. John
has no park, and property is being
bought up so rapidly that the munci
pality will have to move quickly if it
secures a tract suitable for the pur
pose. Cedar Park, owned by the street
railway company, is mentioned as a
possible park. It is proposed to secure
several acres on the water front for
park and other purposes.
Another matter to come up at the
special election will be the enlarging
of the territory df the city. It is pro
posed to vote on the annexation of a
considerable portion of the Peninsula
northwest. No attempt will be made
to annex the territory on the west side
of the Willamette Ktver at this time,
but the new boundary line will be car
ried out to the center of the Willam
ette River, which will give the citF
control of the water front beyond the
harbor line, and give power to regu
late the speed of steamers In the har
bor. " Altogether the special election will
be one of tne most Important held in
St. John. It is conceded that the next
ciy charter will be adopted, but the
annexation and bonding proposition
may have considerable opposition.
Shaver School Entertainment..
An entertainment for the benefit of
the school library will be given in the
assembly hall of the Shaver school tomor
row afternoon and evening. The pro
gramme will consist of drills and class
exercises by the pupils and readings and
Impersonations by Professor W. Eugene
Knox, of Puget Sound University, Ta
coma. Professor Knox had charge of the
Chautauqua elocution class, at Gladstone
Park, last July and is well known
throughout the state. As a reader and
Impersonator he has no superior in the
V KISER HAS MOVED.
. Scenic; Photos. 248 Alder street
fall styles Banan Shoes at RosenthaJ'i
Seventh and WashinsTtop
STOP LEAKS IN LID
Four Holes Effectively Closed
NORTH END SALOON OPENS
Erlckson'S" Notorious Resort Found
Selling Liquor Constable and
Deputy Sheriff Buy Beer to
Secure . Evidence.
Four leaks in Portland's Sunday clos
ing lid were soldered up tight yesterday,
three by the police, and one by Constable
Wagner and Deputy Sheriff Sig Wert
helmer, and the four persons who sought
to puncture the lid; fastened on by Dis
trict Attorney Manning, found their way
to Jail. The first and most important ar
rest for the violation of the Sunday clos
ing law was made by Constable Wagner
and Deputy Sheriff Wertheimer. Charles
Mason, a bartender at Hugo Fritz's sa
loon, commonly known as Erickson's, on
Burnside, Second and Third streets, was
the first to feel the strong arm of the
law, and as a consequence Fritz's right
to keep open his billiard and pool hall,
in the same room with the bar, will be
Wagner and Wertheimer heard that
liquor was sold at the place and started
out about 9 o'clock to investigate. They
walked mto the saloon, meandered up
to tMe bar, and called loudly for two
beers. The barkeeper drew two foaming
steins, which the two .officers drank.
Wagner then ordered a couple more beers,
and the man behind the mahogany filled
up the glasses again. By this time, the
officers thought they had enough evi
dence, and notified the barkeeper that he
was under arrest and that his house was
closed. Mason was taken to Justice
Reld's court, and obliged to deposit $23
for his appearance in the Justice Court
this morning. Wagner then went down to
Erickson's and ordered the house closed
tight. It is probable that the authorities
will not permit the house to be opened
. Revealed by Accident.
The drunken talk of Fred Olsen. a
young Swede, caused the arrest of Jack
Matson, occupying a room In a lodging
house at 29 Second street, for disposing
of liquor on Sunday. Olsen was taken
to the station Saturday night for drunk
enness, and while lying in Jail boasted
that he could procure all the liquor he
wanted on Sunday. When he was re-'
leased yesterday morning. Acting Detec
tive Smith was given instructions to fol
low the fellow. Olsen left the jail, and
went immediately to Matson's room, on
Second street. Smith was Joined by Pa
trolman Goltz, and the. two waited for
some time. Olsen came dorm stairs about
an hour later, evidently drunk again.
Goltz then took charge of him, and Smith
arrested Matson. At the station, Olsen
admitted that he had procured liquor
from Matson, Olsen went to Jail for
drunkenness, while Matson was released
on 125 ball.
Another arrest, almost Identical with
Matson's case, was made by Acting De
tectives Keller and Bales. " Grant l,yons,
proprietor of a saloon at the corner of
Fourteenth and Pettygrove streets, was
placed under arrest for disposing of liquor
on Sunday, while Jim Welsh, well known
in police circles, was taken to the station
as a witness. Yesterday morning, about
10 o'clock, Bales and Keller noticed Welsh
around Lyons' saloon.
Welsh Confesses All.
Welsh hurriedly -sneaked upstairs over
Lyons' saloon and remained there for a
few minutes. He came out again, walked
around the block, and again went up
stairs. This time he came down with
something under his arm, and the two
officers arrested him. He had procured
a quart bottle of whisky. When Welsh
saw that he was under arrest, he told all.
Lyons was then placeu under arrest, and
taken to the station, where he was re
leased on $23 bail.
W. G. May, while on his way home
with three bottles of beer yesterday after
noon, stopped at the corner of Second
and Burnside streets to speak to an old
acquaintance, H. L. Nutting, and the
heavy hand of the law, in the persons of
Detectives Kay and Klelen, fell on him.
Both May and his friend were taken to
the station and forced to deposit $23
apiece for their appearance In court this
morning. May was seen by the officers
with the package, and was suspected of
having the liquor for sale. He met Nut
ting, and the two men went into a hall
way, where both were Immediately placed
under arrest ' Both men were indignant
when taken to the station, and charac
terized the arrest as an injustice to their
rights as American citizens. Their cases
will come up this morning in the Mu
nicipal Court. r
Takes Suit to V. S. Supreme Court.
OLTMPIA. Wash., Oct. 27. (Special.)
Attorney Albert Allen, of Spokane, yes
terday -took an appeal to the Supreme
Court of the United States by writ of
error from the deqlsion of the Stato Su
preme Court in which the decision of the
Spokane Superior Court was sustained,
granting E. Madsen and wife Judgment
Our stock of upholstery
and drapery fabrics, con
sisting of foreign and do
mestic materials, is abso
lutely new and was selected with
great care and judgment. We
are showing a wide range of pat
terns and colorings in the popu
lar fabrics, including yard goodsA
portieres, couch covers and table
covers, which - command the
earnest attention of every in
ACR 8 CO.
86-88 THIRD STREET
against the .Spokane Valley Land &
Water Company for $2000 in a suit to
condemn waters of Liberty Lake for irri
Allen alleges the court had no right to
allow damages for Madsen's loss of the
water for bathing, watering stock, fish
ing, cutting ice and general domestic
purposes, contending that under the Fed
eral patent by which Madsen got title to
the laner the Government expressly re
served all waters not' navigable to be
held free for appropriation and use of the
public for Irrigation, mining and manu
BUILDING ERA NOT ABATING
Liarge Structures Under Way or Con
templated in Portland.
That the building era is by no means
abating in Portland a glimpse at the
figures of the immediate future will
abundantly prove. Structures, excava
tions for which are already under way,
and others whose plans are in the
architects' offices, cost in the aggre
To begin with, the T. M.-T. W. C. A.
building, to cover half a block on the
north side of Taylor street, between
Sixth and Seventh, will necessitate an
outlay of $500,000
Trustee Co. building. Pennoyer
Same company, Pittock block. .600,000
Failing 12-story, at Fifth and
Rosenblatt building, .Alder and
Hotel at Fourth and Aler
(Wiley Estate) . 200,000
McGinn office building. Wash
lngton and Seventh 7 120,000
Dammeier Investment Co., Chi
nese quarters on North
Morris & Stlckney building.
Stark street, opposite Cham
ber of Commerce 160,000
Fenton 4-story at Seventh and
Total .". $2,445,000
One difference Between a Hanan
6hoe and others Is that the Hanan fits
better all over than the others do In
spots. Sold at 'Rosenthal's.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Or., Oct. 27. Maximum
temperature, 55 degrees; minimum tepera
ture. 50 degrees. Total rainfall (5 P. M. to
5 P. M-, none: total rainfall since Septem
ber 1, 1007. 2.14 Inches; normal rainfall
since September 1. 1907. 4.90 Inches; de
ficiency, 2.S2 Inches. Total sunshine, Octo
ber 26. 1907, none: possible sunshine October
26. 1907, 10 hours and 24 minutes. Bar
ometer (reduced to sea level) at 6 P. M.,
WEATHER CONDITIONS. -
The - barometer Is comparatively high this
evening- over Northern California and corre
spondingly low over Eastern Oregoij and
Washington. This distribution of pressure
has resulted In generally cloudy weather
over this forecast district. Traces of rain
fell during the day at Seattle. Walla Walla
and Baker City, and a moderate amount at
Boise. Rain was still falling at Seattle and
Boise at time of observation. Dense fogs
continue to prevail .along the Strait of
Fuca. The temperature was generally
lower east of the mountains. Light to
moderate rains again fell over Northern
California and Nevada.
The indications point to cloudy weather,
with occasional rain, over this entire fore
CRM district Monrlay. It will probably be
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
."ZflVL'Vl '. P-'M-. Pacific
' Vfc"""f -1. J.WU7.
g V 3 Wind.
STATIONS. S j 0
S ?a 2.
North Head.!! I
Sacramento. . . .
San Francisco. .
6R T. I 4IS
OSl T. I 4iN
.64!0.00 8 NW
6610". 561 6S
.6410. 00! 4N
48 T. I 4SW
500. 00 SINE
I56 T. I 6iSE
Portland and vicinity Monday, cloudy,
with occasional rain; southwest winds.
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Monday, cloudy, with occasional rain;
Eastern Oregon Monday, cloudy and
cooler, with occasional rain.
Eastern Washington Monday, cloudy,
with occasional rain; cooler In north por
tion. IdahoMonday, cloudy, with occasions!
rain. L,. LODHOLZ,
I.OCSI Forecaster Temporarily In Charge.
SAFER THAN THE SAFEST
BANK, AND RETURNS TO
YOU THE FULL EARN
INGS OF TOI R MONEY.
Yields S7.000 to J25,000
Kvery one is waking up to Ore
gon's ungarnered wealth in her
gold - glutted sands and gravel.
Consulting mining engineers of
unquestioned eminence pronounce
Oregon's dredging future the
brightest In the entire auriferous
sweep of the Pacific Coast. This
company is made up of Oregon
men, to dredge Oregon's gold
fields along Burnt River. Millions
of dollars will lie reclaimed.
Those who buy swtck now. at 35
cer-ts a share, will do the best
business stroke possible to a man
There's no lump In gold; the
market is as stable as the rock
ribbed mountains. No stock ex
change, failed banks or other
financial catastrophe can over
take it. It is the one sure Invest
ment, Call or Write Today.
Phone Main 8401
S DREDGING CO.
815 Couch Bldg., Portland.
F. M. Batchelor, Secy, and Gen.
AN ABSTRACT, SHOWING PERFECT
TITLE AND AN ABSOLUTE DEED
GIVEN TO EVERY PURCHASER OF
PROPERTY IN LADD'S ADDITION
When you buy a piece of property in Ladd's Addition,
it is yours as long as you wish to keep it. To make that
title even more secure in your name, a title, insurance
policy will be issued to you, if you wish. You first
receive a contract for sale. You keep this until all
payments have been made.' At that time you will
receive an absolute deed and an abstract of title, free
of charge. Or, if you Vish, a title policy will be given
to you. In every possible way that the human mind
can devise, your ownership' of Ladd's Addition prop
erty is safeguarded forever.
LADD'S ADDITION ADVANTAGES
Streets paved nllh asphalt.
Cement sidewalks en every street.
All sewer assessments paid.
J 4-foot alley through every block.
20-mlnnte walk to nostofflee.
Excellent view of West Side.
Lota larger than the average.
Wide streets with cement curbs.
Electric lights ready to connect.
Schools and ehurchen near by.
Price are extremely low.
Water mains all laid.
SeMer system Is completed.
Mains of all kinds In alleys.
RnlldinK restriction of S250O.
Five minutes by streetcar.
Shade trees to be set ont this Fall.
Inducements to homo builders.
Five city narks In tha tract.
Telephone service established.
Clubs quickly reached by short walk.
Terms have been made favorable.
106 Sherlock Building,
3d & Oak. Phone 1895
F. W. TORGLE
Sales Agent for W. S. Ladd Estate
E. 16th &, Hawthorn A v.