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THEMORNIXG OREG0XIAX, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1907.
FIX 10 STEAMERS
Local Shippers Engage More
GLAISTRAC FOR DECEMBER
Steamer Is Xow at Hloga, Japan
Mackinaw Will Carry Full Car
go or Wheat to San Kran
clsco From Portland.
The British steamship Glenstrae.
8064 tons net register, has been char
tered for outward wheat loading at
Portland. Chartering party claims op
tion of Fuget Sound loading.
The steamship Mackinaw has been
chartered to carry a full cargo of
wheat from Portland to San Francisco
on the owners' account.- The Mackinaw
Is on Puget Sound, having Just returned
from Nome. During the Summer sea
son she operated between Sound cities
and the north. She is 2005 net tons
The Glenstrae will carry wheat to
the United Kingdom. She Is for De
cember loading, having arrived at Hl
oga, Japan, from Hongkong a few
days ago. She carried a' full cargo
from London to Hongkong.
Suippers anticipate a large movement
of grain to California ports during the
present month. The cargo of the
Mackinaw and the quantities which
will be carried by the Northland, Johan
Poulsen and the R. D. In man. In addi
tion to the amounts taken by the reg
ular steamships, will make a round
BAILEY GATZERT IX TROUBLE
Btenmer Lands on Washougal Reef
and Is Damaged.
The steamer Bailey Gatzert, Captain
Sherman, of the Regulator line, went
on the washougal reef yesterday morn
ing and punched a hole In her port
side amidships. Only one compartment
filled and the steamer was safely
beached a short distance above. She
had 200 passengers on board. The
cabin passengers were brought back
to Portland on the steamer Dalles City
and the deck passengers were taken to
Below Washougal there is a reef of
rocks and outside an eddy. There was
a strong wind blowing at the time
and the pilot miscalculated and got in
too close. 1 The steamer Weown was
sent to the aid of the Bailey Gatzert
and at daylight this morning the in
Jured steamer will proceed to the dry
dock, where repairs will be made. She
will be ready for service Monday morn
STORM SIGNALS ARE DISPLAYED
Const Stations Anticipate a Heavy
Storm-warning signals were ordered
displayed yesterday from all stations
along the coast. A gale of 70 or 80
miles' velocity Is anticipated by the
weather bureau to rweep the coast by
daylight this morning.
The storm will come from the south
and east and will continue for the bet
ter part of 24 hours. Coast steam
ers and schooners will be more or less
delayed. The City of Panama, which
is scheduled to cross out this morning.
will meet the full force of the sea and
will probably have a rough voyage
The Inbound fleet will be blown
along at a rapid rate and the Novem
ber arrivals will be hastened by sev
eral days. At present there are a num
ber of sailing craft fully due but the
continued northwest weather has held
them back. Southerly weather will
help In making up the time.
Atlantto Steamship Companies In
crease Charges 20 Per Cent.
NEW TORK, Nov. 1. Ocean freight
rates to Europe are from 10 to 20 per
cent higher, and they are likely to go still
higher before they reach their former
level, but there Is no fear of a scarcity
of room In spite of the Increased exports
to which the shippers are looking forward
It is reckoned by shippers that there are
Hl.OiXt.000 bushels of wheat available for
export to Europe this year. There will
also be a very heavy exportation of flour.
It Is the opinion of steamship companies
that this will be the largest factor in the
freight situation but there has also been
an increased export of copper.
Xcw Steamer Line Talked Of.
That a steamer route is likely to be
established between Portland and Port
Angeles, Wash... Is the inference con
tained In a letter from the secretary
of the Commercial Club of the latter
city to the Portland Chamber of Com
merce, in which he makes Inquiry as
to when a deputation from that city
can be received by the Chamber to dis
cuss the practicability of such a meas
ure. The fact that the merchants of
Port Angeles are desirous of establish
ing closer commercial relations with
Portland Is taken to mean that there
is a lack of harmony between the mer
chants of Port Angeles and Seattle. It
Is believed the new arrangement will
be of great benefit to the merchants
of Portland, and the Chamber Is, there
fore, arranging for a conference at an
early date on the matter.
Schooner Willie R. Unme Ashore.
SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. l.-The lumber
schooner Willie R. Hume, from San Fran
cisco to Everett in ballast, went on the
rocks at Protection Island In the south
east gales this morning, according to in
formation received here. Tugs have gone
to her assistance. The Hume left San
Francisco, October 12. She Is a craft of
B89 tons net. Protection Island is a small,
rocky island In the Straits near Port
Discovery. No details of the wreck have
been received in this city, and it is not
known what the prospects are for saving
the vessel or whether any lives were lost.
Must Go to Admiralty Court. ,
OLYMPIA, Wash., Nov. l.-(Spectal.)-In
the Chehalls County case of A. J.
West against the" owners and captain of
the steamer Norwood, the Supreme Court
has reversed a Judgment for plaintiff for
J13.7S1 for damages because the steamer
ran Into and damaged West's bridge at
Aberdeen. The case Is ordered dismissed,
the court holding In a long opinion that
the case belongs In the admiralty courts.
Ferry Again In Commission.
The steam ferry Vancouver will go into
commission this morning and will operate
between Hadyn Island and the Clark
County shore in connection with the line
of the Portland Railway Company. The
terry has been off the run for nearly a
month, during which time her place has
been taken by the gasoline launch
Gazelle. The Vancouver has been
thoroughly overhauled and has been
granted a certificate by the United States
local Inspectors. The return of the Van
couver, to the run will be hailed with Joy
by the people of the barracks town.
Recover Body of a Deckhand.
The body of J. F. Kay, formerly a deck
hand on the steamer Oregonia. was picked
up yesterday by the crew of that steamer
a short distance below Lincoln bar. Mc
Kay has been missing since October 19.
At that time he failed to report back
to the steamer after making a running
line fast to a deadman at Lincoln. He
was an Englishman and was 25 years old. j
Shipwrecked Crew Reaches Port.
SAN FRAVrtSTYl Kn 1 Th. atnoronr t
Del Norte arrived 'today from Crescent
i-uy, onnging captain Pillsbury, or the
Marine Underwriters, and 12 officers of
the British steamer Queen Cristlna, re
cently wrecked near Crescent City. The
steamer Mandalay also arrived today
bringing the crew of the Queen Cristlna.
The British ship Port Patrick Is in the
stream off the bunkers.
The steamship Breakwater is due to ar
rive from Coos Bay tomorrow evening.
The French barks Turgot and Laennec
will leave down this morning for Astoria.
The oil tank steamer Atlas will leave
down today with the barge No 91 in
The German steamship Alesla shifted
from the Flouring Mills to Albina dock
The French bark Brlzeaux moved from
Due to Arrive.
Name. From Date
Alesla Hongkong-. . . .In port
NIcomedla. .. Hongkong. .-.-. In port
Alliance Coos Bay In port
Geo. W EldeiSan Pedro Nov. 4
Costa Rica. . San Francisco. .Nov. 4
Northland. .. San Pedro Nov. '4
breakwater. .Coos Bay Nov. 4
Roanoke Los Angeles. .. Nov. 6
R. D. Inman.San Francisco. .Nov. T
City of Pan.. San Francisco. .Nov. 10
JohanP-iuisenSan Franplsco. Nov. 14
Numantla. Hongkong .Nov. 23
Arabia Hongkong .Dec- 4
Scheduled to Depart.
Name. For Date.
Alesla Hongkong. ..... Nov. 2
Alliance Coos Bay Nov. 4
Nlcomedla. . . Hongkong Nov. 4
Norhland. . . . San Pdro Nov. 8
Breakwater. .Coos Bay Nov. o
Geo. W. EldeiSan Pedro Nov. 7
Roanoke.. ... Los Angeles... Nov.. 7
Costa Rlra. . .San Prnnrlvn Vnv T
R. D. lnman.Snn Francisco. .Nov. B
CltV Of Pan. . .Kan rranlBl.rt X" .... "1 t
JohanPoulsenBan Francisco . .Nov.' 18
Numantla Hongkong Nov. 30
Arabia Hongkong .Dec 14
Geo. W. ElderSan Pedro.
the hunkers to the Flouring Mills vester-
day afternoon. ,
The British steamshiD Fltznatrlr
moved from the Oceanic dock to the
aiersey yesterday afternoon, i
The American bark Homeward "Round
from Newcastle, N. S. W., arrived up
yesterday and docked at the Southern
The steamship City nf Panama sailed
t 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon fur
San Francisco. The sfamer was loaded
under the direction of Dock Agent Ran
som, and made record time for that craft.
Arrivals and Departures.
PORTLAND. Nov. 1. Arrived Ra, V
Homeward Bound, from Newcastle. N. S.
W. Sailed Steamship City of Panama, for
San Francisco; steamship Hether, U. S. L.
H., for Astoria and coast points.
Astoria, Nov. 1. Arrived down during the
night and sailed at 9:20 A. M. Steamer
Daisy Freeman, for San Francisco. Sailed
at 9 A. M. British ahlD Yola. for Port
San Francisco, Nov. 1. Steamer Aurella
put In to Eureka October 31, with steam
Redondo. Nov. 1. Arrived October 31
Steamer Wellesly, from Portland.
San Pedro, Nov. 1. Arrived, October 81
Schooner W. J. Jewett, from Portland.
Mllilllones Nov. 1. Sailed October 28
British bark Clackmannanshire, for Port
Marseilles. Nov. 1. Arrived Klngchow.
from Tacoma, via Yokohama, etc., for Liver-v
TenerlfTe, Nov. l.r Arrived Admiral
Jaureguiberry, from San Francisco, Callao,
etc., for Havre.
Liverpool, Nov. 1. Sailed Princess Ena:
Tides at Astoria Saturday.
10:23 A. M 8.0 feetI4:00 A. M.. ..".1:5 feet
1:S7 P. M 7.7 feet)4:4T P. M 1.7 feot
OUTMAN FACES THE CHARGE
Portland Traveling Man Is Under
Bonds for Alleged Illegal Voting.
COLFAX. Wash.. Nov 1 rSnoelnl I
TXr Ti f". , m .. .. Tl I 1 1. : I
aelf im tndnv tn Shi-lfr Patliff v.a
charge of illegal voting at Pullman's city
election, December 7 of last year. The
charge was brought before the Whitman
County grand Jury at Colfax last week
by Pullman citizens. The Jury gave In
uie maiciment eeptemDer 26.
Outman fnrmerlv liveH Pitllman v.,,
Is now traveling salesman for W. H.' Mc-
MOnieS A CO. WhnlesalA Viar-noae tan)...
of Portland. Sheriff Ratlin wired the
rortiana nrm. stating the indictment and
theV at flnm Wlrert Dntman a "O . . -.
who wired SheflfY TJnliff otattnrw . V,
would come to Colfax at once. Arriving
at i-oirax, ne was met by several busi
ness men from Pullman, who drove to
Colfax In thA nlirht In ha V.1
him. Outman at once employed Attorney
John Pickrell and went before Judge
i-iiaawicn, wno set nis trial for Novem
ber 16. Bond was given for J500.
Outman stated that he had lived In
Pullman for eight years and considered
It his home, though he was traveliner for
a Portland firm. , He stated that the
charges were all anltAwnrv h Tinrr.nn
citizens. On conviction Outman would be
name to a nne or JIOI) and 90 days In Jail.
He left for Pullman tonight.
PAPER MILLS REDUCE WAGES
Crown-Columbia Pulp & Paper Co.
Makes General Cut.
OREGON PTTV . Or tvi i o.
I ..w.. j.. -IOJJO
clal.) Between $8000 and $10,000 re
duction annually in the payroll of Or
egon City has been made through the
cut In wages, made effective today. In
the mills of the Crown-Columbia Pulp
& Paper Company. A general cut of
ft tl m 1 1 Oft run to ni.r tl -i -.. V a V. .. .3
' ...... "cru 1 1 1 tl in;
in the wages of all unskilled laborers,
nut me wages 01 tne macnine-tenders,
heads of departments, millwrights, ma
chinists, head ensrlnopra ami
About 125 men are affected. There
were a few men receiving J2.75 per
dav whrtae wncoa hnva hoan . ,3 . . .. .1
to $2.50, and down the scale the fol
lowing reductions nave been made:
Men receiving $2.75, to $2.50; $2.45, to
12.5K- 19 3S rt X9- 9 Oft rt o. i nn
to $1.75; $1.35. to $1.25. The order
came to the local office from General
Manager A. J. Lewthwaite In Port-
In tVlA Wlllamaftii Dnln A.
Company no cut of .wages has been
made, but men who for several months
hnvfl lionn t Amnra ill.r n. w..-!-
crete ana rocK worK and on other !
neavy construction work have been re-
ilitrpH frnm 4"? r. CI . r-, 1 n T ti. 11 . j
- v .v" . " T ' - . T 1 . 1UUL
fatt, who is In charge of the construc
tion work, said tonight that this is In
no sense a cut in wages as the raise
was onlv temnnrnrv whan i .
Summer, and no more than 25 men are
Stock Market Is Tranquil, bu
Trading Is Small.
STRONG POINTS IN LIST
Pennsylvania In Demand and Union
Pacific Also Shows Strength.
More Engagements of Gold for
Import Are Announced.
NEW TORK. Nov. 1. The stock market
was tranquil today with a firm undertonu
and sank into a condition of seml-stagna'
tlon after various irregular but narrow fluc
tuations, being still under restriction of the
banking situation. The gradual clearing of
this situation reflects a feeling of growings
connaence in the stock market, but the fa
cilities for its expression are still hampered.
Tentative operations on margin, which have
cropped up with the easing of the call loan
rates, receive no encouragement from
bankers. Houses with interior connections
assert that there Is a good demand for
stocks from points outside of New York, but
that the execution of orders from these
sources must await the receipt or actuat
Pennsylvania was in considerable de
mand and its strength had a sustaining
effect on the whole list. The decline
September net earnings and the announce
ment of proposed retrenchment in Improve
ments did not affect its strength. Union
Pacific was another point of strength in the
marKet. A contrary lnnuence centered in
Ajnalgamated Copper, which was under
pressure in spite of further advances m tne
price of copper in the London market and
at the New York Metal Exchange.
The usual compilation of the banks' esti
mates of the weeks currency movement
was read with somewhat languid interest,
owing to doubt of the accuracy of analysis
of cross currents In the week's movements.
The banks show a movement of currency on
balance away from New York on the express
movement of $13,000,000, but the operations
of the Subtreasury have yielded to the
banks a gain of $16,103,000. Last week's
bank statement did not reflect fully tne
Government deposits made with the banks
even for last week, and these have been In
creased this week. No estimates are at
tempted of the loan changes.
Additional engagements of gold for import
were made today, but their Influence was
modified by the violent upturn In foreign ex
change rates which occurred. However,
this was a result of the demand for remit
tance against the engagement and was not
clear. The scarcity of currency sharpens
tne demand for exchange. The easing or
tho local call money market was given pan
responsibility for tne movement. The con
ditions became torpid at times and tne
market seemed to be settling into an atti
tude of cautious waiting to study develop
ments . In the general situation. The easy
closing was attributed to some late selling
out or collateral loans.
tonds were irregular. Total sates, par
vtuue, .Diu.wii. united states zs advanced
and the 3s 4 per cent on call.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Amal Copper .... 38.400
Amer Car St Foun 1,700
Am Cotton Oil...,
Am Hd & Lt pf
American Ice ...
Am Linseed Oil
Am Locomotive... 400 87
Am Smelt Bef . . 11,800 6814
vu prererrea . . . .
Am Sugar Ref . . . .
Am Tobacco ctfs..
Anaconda Mia Co..
do preferred ....
Atl Coast Line
Bait & Ohio ,.. 1,600
Brook Rap Tran..
Central of N J
Ches & Ohio
Chi Gt Western...
Chicago & N W...
C. M & St P
Chi Ter & Tran..
do preferred.. ..
C, C, C & St L
Colo Fuel & Iron..
Colo & Southern..
do 1M preferred.
do 2d preferred..
Consolidated Gas. .
Corn Products' . . .
Del & Hudson....
Del. Lack & West
D & R Grande....
do preferred ....
do 1st preferred.
do 2d preferred..
Illinois Central ...
3,900 31 H
500 160. .
"TOO '17 "l7H
Int Pump 8.400
Iowa Central 100
do preferred ....
K C Southern
Louis & Nash 700 PSVj
Mexican - Central . . 8.700 14
Minn & Bt L
M, St P 4 S S M S00 7314
do preferred .... loo 11H
Mo, Kan & Texas
do preferred ....
National Lead ....
Mex Nat Ry pf..
N Y Central
N T. Ont & West.
Norfolk & West..
do preferred ....
North American ..
" V G00
P. C C St L. .
Pressed Steel Car. . 800
Pullman Pal Car
Reading 24.0ftO 7014
do 1st preferred. 800 75
do 2d preferred
Republic Steel ... 7ftn isyi
do preferred .... 800 65t4
Rock Island Co... 600 1SH
St L 4 S F" 2 pf.. 200 20
St L Southweat
do preferred .... . . .....
8outhem Pacific... 6.OO0 6T
do preferred .... foo 106
Southern Railway. 700 12Vj
do preferred .... .....
Tenn Coal & Iron . . . .
Texas & Paclflo... 100 19
roi, tL& west 600 IS
do preferred .
TT. S. Express . .
U. S. Realty..
U. S. Rubber...
do preferred .
v. s. steel
do preferred ....2.5O0
va-Caro Chem 1.1 00
do preferred .... 20O
Weetlnghou Eleo 100 6014
Western Union .., 100 62
Wheel & L Erie.
do preferred ;
Northern Pacific .. C.lftO 107
Central Leather... 40O 14
do preferred 600 75
Gt Northern pf 2.600 112
Rloss-Sheffleld 200 82
do preferred 100 16 16
Total sales for the day. 334,000 shares.
NEW YORK, Nov. 1. Closing quotations:
XJ. S. ref. 2s reg. IOB ! N. Y. -C O. 8s M14
do coupon .... 105 INorth.' Pacific 3s 6T
U. 8- 8s reg 102 North.- Pacific 4s 94
do coupon 102:South. Pacific 4s 74
U. S. new 4s reg.117 lUnion Pacific 4s 80
do coupon. .. .117 iWlscon (Cent 4s. 76
Atchison adj. 4s 73 jjapanese 4s..... 76
D & R O 4s 91 1
Eastern Mining Stocks.
BOSTON. Nov. 1. Closing Quotations:
Adventure . .$ 1.00 iParrot -.SIO.BO
Allouez 23.00 iQuincy 81.00
Amalgamated 49.02 Shannon 10.62
Atlantic .... 10.25 Tamarack ... 63.00
Bingham ... 6.12 Trinity 11.02
Cal 4 Hecla. 610.00 lUnited Copper 7.50
Centennial .. 21.00 U. S. Mining. 29.00
Cop Range... 52.87lU. S.-Oll 8.0O
Daly West. . . 10.76 lUtah 88.00
Franklin .... 7.25 Ivictoria ..... 4.UO
Granby 80.00 twlnona 3.0O
Isle Royale .. 1550 iWolverine ...103.00
.Michigan ... 9.0O iNorth Butte.. 41.2.1
Aionawk lin.vu !Butte Coal..
Mont O C 1.12'Nevada
Old Dominion 22. SO ICal & Arlr..
Osceola SI.O0 (Aria Com
Money, Exchange, Etc
NEW YORK, Nov. 1. Money on call strong,
625 per cent; ruling rate. 10 per cent; offered
at 4 per cent. Time loans, all rates, nominal,
no loana; 60 days and 90 days. SfglO per cent;
six months, 7&8 per cent. Prime mercantile
paper nominally at 7 ST 10 per cent.
Sterling exchange buoyant, with actual busi
ness in bankers' hills at 4.8650 for demand
and at 4.794.80 for 60-day bills. Commer
cial bills, nominal.
Bar sliver, 69c.
Mexican dollars, 48e.
Government bonda. firm; railroad bonds. Ir
regular. SAN FRANCISCO!! Nov. 1. Sliver barw.
Mexican dollars, 62c.
Drafts, sight, 6; telegraph, 8.
Sterling on London, 80 dayn, 4.79: atght,
LONDON. Nov. 1. Silver, 27d perVunce.
Bank rate, 5 per cent.
Dally Treasury Statement,
WASHINGTON. Nov. 1. Today's state
men" of the Treasury balances in the gen
eral fund shows:
Available cash balance $237,227,010
Gold coin and bullion 16.645.80O
Gold certificates 71.33L9G0
POKXXAT LIVESTOCK MARKET.
Prices Current Locally on Cattle, Sheep and
The weakness In the hog markei resulted
In a lower price being quoted yesterday.
Other kinds of stock were easy, but quota
tions were not changed. Receipts were 160
hogs and 220 sheep.
The following prices were current In the
local market yesterday:
CATTLE Best steers. $3.75 4; medium.
$3.253.50; cows, $2.652.85; fair to me
dium cows, $22.25; bulls, $1.50s; calves,
SHEEP Good sheared, $4.505: lambs,
HOGS Best, $66.35; lights and feed
ers, $5 6.
Ka-stern Livestock Price.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Nov. 1. Cattle Re
ceipts, 4000. including 200 Southern. MarKet.
steady; native steers.. $4.50 6.40: Southern
steers, $2. 50 ("3. 00; Southern cows. $1.75(9
2.65: native cows and heifers, $1.50(4. 2r:
stockers and feeders. $2.506.00; bulls, $2.00
(8 3.25: calves. $2.506.00; Western steers..
$3.3".4.40; Western cows. $2.00 jf 3.85.
HogB Receipts, 4000. Market steady; bulk
of sales, SS.e-T-S.SO; heavy, $5.60 5.7ft;
packers, $5.G05.85: pigs and light, $5.00
Sheep Receipts, 8000. Market, weak;
muttons, $4.60W64O: lambs. $5.2890.4O;
range wethers, $4.60'5.5O; fed ewes, $3.50Q
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW YORK, Nov. 1. Coffee futures
closed steady; net unchanged to 5 points
higher. December, 5.65c; January, 6.70c;
March. 5.80c; May, 5.90c. Spot, quiet. No.
7 Rio. 6V4c; No. 4 Santos, 8c. Mild coffee,
dull; Cordova, 912c.
Sugar- Raw. steady. Fair refining, 3.40c:
centrifugal. 90 test, 3.90c; molasses sugar.
S.05c. Refined, steady. crushed, 5.70o;
powdered, 5.10c; granulated, 5c.
Dairy Produce In the Eeast.
CHICAGO, Nov. 1. On the Produce Ex
change today the butter market was weak.
Creameries, 2023c; dairies. 19522c.
li.ggs Steady; at mark casee included, 17
20c; first. 22c; prime firsts, 24c.
Cheese Steady, 13j.l4c.'
JONES SPEAKS AT KELSO
CONGRESSMAN PROMISES AID
TO OPEN COWLITZ RIVER.
Commercial Club Presents Statistics
Showing Tonnage Originating
in and Near Kelso.
KELSO, Wash., Nov. 1. (Special.)
Congressman Jones, of North Yakima,
was entertained tonight at a banquet by
the Commercial Club of this city. Mr.
Jones addressed the business men and
assured them that he would do all in
his power to secure an appropriation for
deepening the- channel of the Cowlitz
The plan for securing a deeper channel
in the Cowlitz will Include the use of
wing dams or Jetty work, and It Is ex
pected that the straightening of the chan
nel in this manner will remove the bars
and permit lumber carriers of light draft
to enter at all seasons of the year.
Mr. Jones was presented with a mass
of statistics showing Jhe vast amount of
tonnage which passes down and out ,of
tne tjowiuz uver irom iveisor and vicin
ity, and the amount which is brought
to this city by rail because no boats can
operate on the Cowlitz above this city.
The total tonnage In lumber, shingles.
piling and railroad ties shipped down the
Cowlitz last year amounted to 179,835
tons; farm' products, stock, fruits, etc.,
amounted to 7326 tons; fish, 700 tons: In
coming frlelght, 12,000 tons.
Above Kelso there originated '41.920 tons
of lumber, shingles and other mill pro
ducts; 12,410 tons of farm products, with
7600 tons of incoming freight. It is es
timated that the greater share of this
tonnage would go by boat were the river
Aside from the above mentioned ton
nage, Kelso and vicinity have two oper
ating coal mines. The Consumers' Coal
Company has sufficient coal blocked out
to warrant the assertion that it will shin
not less than 150 tons to Portland daily
on Darges as soon as a tramway Is built
across the Northern Pacific tracks. The
company claims that with proper water
facilities it can Increase this tonnaere to
several huDdred tons a day.
fateamers plying on the Cowlitz and
making headquarters at Kelso or in the
vicinity are the Kellogg, "Weown, Ches
ter, Calwell and Mystic. These all make
the Cowlitz their headauarters. although
registered at Portland. The Gameback
and the Dixon and several other steamers
mane irequent trips Into the river, hut
do not make heaquarters here.
There are six lines of lotreinir rallrnario
making their terminus on the PnwHt
Elver within eight miles of Kelso, with
a total mileage of 80.
During the past year six km hnnr..
have been built here.
There are six pile-drivers owned nnfl
operated at and near Kalso, on the Cow
CAUGHT ON BRIDGE BY TRAIN
Mother and Two. Children Forced to
Jump From Trestle.
VANCOUVER, "Wash.. Nov. 1. (Sne-
dal.) Mrs. Sigler, of Yacolt, Wash., and
her two children, narrowly escaned vio
lent death last night, while crossing a
nign rauroaa trestle near Yacolt. The
evening passenger train overtook them
and all three were either knocked from
tne track or Jumped to avoid being hit.
Mrs. Sigler fell about 25 feet and was
severely cut and bruised. She is In a
semi-conscious condition today and is un
able to give a definite account of the ac
cident. The younger child escaped with
out injury, having lodged on some of the
cross timbers of the trestle. The toov held
on to the timbers supporting the track and
also escaped without injury, although a
portion of his coat was torn off by the
projecting portions of the cars.
After the train had passed, the boy
climbed down. Finding his mother un
conscious, he hurried to a farmhouse for
help. The girl was rescued from her
perilous position on the lofty timbers and
(both mother and child were taken to a
neighboring House and medical aid summoned.
My Scientific and
No class of human ailments is so
little understood among the pro
fession today as the diseases
peculiar to men. As a result the
methods commonly employed In
treating them are but relies of
earlier periods In medical science.
I have departed from every form
of treatment that my own experi
ence and research have proven
ineffective and unscientific. I
have replaced them with origlnaf
and thoroughly modern methods
that have proven supremely ef
fective. Every detail of my pro
cedure in each Individual case Is
based upon accurate knowledge
as to conditions and require
ments, and my cures are dupli
cated by no other physician or
Absolutely painless treat
ment that cures complete
ly la one week. Investi
gate my - method. It Is
the only thoroughly
scientific treatment for
this disease being em
Dosing the system with power
ful stimulants and tonics in an
effort to restore functional vigor
can have but one final result: the
condition Is rendered worse than
before. "Weakness" is merely an
indication of a low form of In
flammation in the prostate gland,
and this Inflammation Is but ag
gravated by stimulating remedies
that excite temporary activity. I
employ the only scientific and ful
ly effective treatment for "Weak
ness," which effects a permanent
cure by restoring the prostate
gland to a sound and healthy state.
I obtain complete results in every
case I treat.
I Have the Largest
Practice Because I
Invariably Fulfill My
I offer not only FREE consultation and advice, but of every case that
comes to me I will make a careful Examination and Diagnosis without
charge. No ailing man should neglect this opportunity to get expert
opinion about his trouble.
If you cannot call, write for Diagnosis Chart. My system of home
treatment is always certal nand satisfactory.
Office hour. 0 A. M. to B P. M.j Evenings, T to 8 Sundays, 10 to 1 only.
The DOCTOR TAYLOR Co.
2.14 MORRISON ST, COR SECOND, PORTLAND, OR.
8EE THAT THE FISH TRADE MARK IS
Wait until to-morrow.
Go to your Druggis
Two Sixes Boo. and On Dollmr.
Eoia it .uruffglsts Everywhere.
648 Pearl St., IV. ew York..
27 years Experience,
m m m at- v (
tJJS THE FOOD
i rue lures
We cure safely and promptly WEAKNESS. LOST MANHOOD, SPERMA
TORRHOEA. SPECIFIC BLOOD POISON IN Al.t. STAGES. VARICOCELE.
HYDROCELE. GONORRHOEA, GLEET. OR ANT OF THE DISEASES COMMON
TO MEN. Personal attention given all patients.
In selecting; a physician or specialist. whn In need of one. some con
sideration and thought should be given to the qualifications, experience and
length of time an institute or medical man has been located In the city It stands
-to reason that an Institution that has stood the test of time and numbers its
cures by the thousands is far superior to mushroom Institutions that spring up
in a night, last a few months and are gone. We have been curing men 1IT years
and are the oldest specialists curing men in Portland.
WE CURE WEAKNESS
This Is to men who lack courage, whose nerves are shaken, whose eyes
have lost the sparkle, whose brains ar muddled, ideas confused, sleep rest
less, confidence gone, spirits low and easily depressed, who are backward, hesi
tating, unable to venture because they are afraid of failure, who want some
body to decide for them, who are weak, run down and restless. ' It is to men
who have part or all of these symptoms and want new life, new energy. We
especially solicit those cases In which many so-called treatments have failed or
where money has been wasted on other methods of treatment. Don't experi
ment when our direct method offers a certain means of jure by local treatment.
We Invite those who have deep-seated and chronic disorders to call and
be examined. Consultation and examination is free, and carries with It no
obllsratlon to engage our services.
Onr offices are equipped -with the most modern and scientific mechanical de
vices for the treatment of chronio diseases. Our charges are reasonable and
in reach of any worklngman.
Write If you cannot call. Our system of home treatment is always CER
TAIN and most successful. All correspondence sacredly confidential.
HOURS 0 A. M. to 0 P. M.; evenings. 7 to 8:30; Sundays, 9 A. M. to 12
COKNER SECOND AND YAMHILL
I CURE DISEASES OF MEN
Those who have been disappointed by cheap and unskilled
spedaliHts are earnestly requested to Investigate my meVhoSs
and terms without delay, which, had the, done In the beVln
mng. would have saved them time, pain and money.
I Guarantee an Absolute and Lasting Cure
GONORRHOEA, 8YPHILIH. BLOOI) POISON. SKIN DIS
EASKS. OKS. CU'EKS. STRIC'TI RE. VARICOCELE UX
IiROCKLE. NERVOIb DECLINE. WEAKNESS J'lLKS OR
CHRONIC DISEASES OF THE KIDM5VS AXD PrTwTATE:
I charge for cures only; nothing for failures. Investigate and
learn that my word is good. Twenty-live years of auooessful
practice and thousands of cures Justtfv this assertion
Call or write DR. T. J. PIERCE. 181 Firs St.. Portland Or
Certain Cure for
Specific Blood Poison
No dangerous miner
als to drive the virus
to the Interior, but
cleansing reme dies
that remove the last
taint of virus.
My treatment is ab
and perfect results
may be depended
upon In every in
stance. I do no cut
ting or dilating
In the treatment of contracted
disorders, I offer a service such as
no other physician can render. The
remedies I employ have a most
thorough and positive action lrt
cleansing the membranes of all In
fection and subduing all Inflamma
tion. My manner of application In
sures absolute thoroughness, and
removes every possibility of a re
lapse or a chronic stage. My cures
are not only thorough, but are ac
complished In the briefest time
Is my fee in All
Uncom pi icated
ON TH, WRAPPtR. TAKE H9 80B8T1T8TL
Tk Co Utc Oil Emtetsa "Pit baflera1
GUARANTEED mto fa T4 n Drop
IS LIFE WORTH LlVlNQJ
When aH the organs f the Body arc
In the enjoyment of Perfect Health.
What is most essential in giving
the Body strength and prervir..
OZOMULSION became in re
sults obtained it is a Body-Builder.
OZOMULSION bnilds np a Tower
of Strength on a Granite Base of
Health. There is a pound of strength
in every ounce of Ozomnlsion.
OZOMULSION is Chemically and
Physiologically fitted to give new
elements of life to the Bleod. With
many persona and in many cases, it
is not so much a question of Disease
aa ef exhaustion and waste.
OZOMULSION recuperates and
repairs the waste.
OZOMULSION Increases your
capacity for enjoying all the good
things of earth that
MAKES UFB WORTH UVINd.
Established 27 Years In Portland.
We Will Treat Any Single Uncompli
cated Ailment for f 10.O0.
No Pay Unless Cured
STREETS, PORTLAND, OREGON,
1 i t'5.VTlirYr
TO GO EAST
NEXT TRIP TRY THE ORIENTAL
I-IMITED THE GREAT NOR-
THER.VS SWELL TRAIN.
Daily to St. Paul. Minneapolis. Duluth,
St. Louis, Chicago anl all points East,
Crosses both mountain ranges by day
light. Complete modern equipment.
Including Compartment Observation
cars and elegant dining car service.
For tickets and sleeping car reserva
tions, call or address
H. DICKSON, C. P. A T. A
122 Third Street, Portland, Ore.
Phones Main 6S0. Home A 2288.
COOS BAY LINE
The SteamshiD BREAKWATER leaves
Portland Wednesday at 8 P. M. from Oak
street dock, for Empire, North Bfnd and
Marshflrld. Freight received till 4 p. M. on
day of sailing. Passenger fare, first-class.
10; second-class. $7. Including berth and
meals. Inquire city ticket office. Third and
Washington streets, or Oak-street dock.
San Francisco S Portland S. S: Co.
From Alnsworth Dock, Portland, 4 'P. M.:
SS. 'Tanama" Nov. 13. 23, Dee. 7, etc
S3. "Costa Rica," Nov. 7, 19. Deo. 1. etc.
From Spear Street Wharf. Ban Francisco.
11 A. M.:
6S. "Costa Rica." Nov. 14. M. Dec. .
BS. "Panama," Nov. 8. 20. Deo. 2. eta.
J AS H. DEH'SON, Asrent.
Phone Main 288. 248 Washington St.
North Pacific S. S. Co's. Steamship
Roanoke and Geo. W. Elder
Sail for Eureka, San Francisoo and
Los Angeles direct every Thursday
at 8 P. M. Ticket office) 132 Third
St., near Alder. Both phones, M.
1314. H. Young, Agent.
Columbia River Scenery
REGULATOR LINE STEAMERS.
Dally service between Portland and Tk
Dalles, except fiunday, leaving- Portland at
7 A. M., arriving about 8' P. M., carrying
freight and passeng-ers. plendtd accommo-.
dationa for outfits and livestock.
Dock foot of Alder at., Portland; foot of
Court et.. The Dalles. Phone Main 014.
WILLAMETTE RIVER ROUTE
Steamers Pomona and Oreg-ona for Salaa
and way landings leave Taylor-street Dock
:45 A. M. dally (except Sunday).
Oregon City Transportation Company
Phone Main 40. A tat.
HELP FOR YOU!
Tb Oldest and Most Reliable Specialist In th
Northwest for the cure of
CHRONIC, NERVOUS AND PRIVATE. I19-
MT.V iifTVrlno' frnn. .1.-11 ifrui. k fi
fndiecretion. iher excesses, recent exDosur.
nervous debility, varicocele, unnatural dia
charfres. lost vitality, falling memory, unfitness
10 marry, diocki. skin, kidney or private dis
eases are speedily cured. The State Medical
Institute employs the most approved method!
and they wilt attend you personally and com
plete a perfect cure. In strict confidence at
WRITE your troubles if tou cannot call at
our office. Thousand cured by corref pondence
ana meaicines sent secretly, jrree to men
Medical book free, 150 pages, 25 pictures.
First copy cost $1000; sent free. Write for
lt today end address
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
172 Washington Street.
C. GEE WO
Root and Herb
Has made a life study
nf roots .n A T erhn anil
"-',4 In fhrtt turiw HiarnvrK1
4piA na w to tha
Uf'K i J woria hla wonderful
No Mercury, poisons er Drujra Used Ua
Cores Witbout Operation, or without tha
Aid of the Knife. He guarantees to cure
Catarrh. Asthma. Lung, Throat. Rheuma
tism, Nervousness, Nervous Debility, Stom
ach. Liver, Kidney Troubles: also Lost Man
hood. Female Weakness and AU Private
A STRE CANCER CURB
Just Received from l'ekina. China- Safe.
Sure and Reliable. IF YOU ARB 17.
FLICTED, DON'T DELAY. DE1LATS ARS
DANGEROUS. If you cannot call, write for
symptom blank and circular. Inclose 4
cents In stamps. CONSULTATION FREE.
The C. Gee Wo Chinese Medicine Co
162 Vi First St., Cor. Morrison.
Fleaee Mention This Papar.
Ely's Cream Balm
I quickly absorbed.
Gives Relief at Once.
It cleanses, soothes,
heals and protects
the diseased mem
brane resulting from
Catarrh and drives
away a Cold in the
Btmfs the sJrisefof H AY FE V R
ometi. f un size 50 ets., atDrug
gists or by mail. In liquid form, 75 cents.
Uy Brothers, 66 Warren Street, New York,
FOR WOMEN ONLY
Dr. Sanderson's Compound Sar
in and Cotton Root Pllli. the
best and only reliable remedy
for FEMALE TROUBLES AND
IRREGULARITIES. Cure the
r-t Ahetlnata fi mm tn B -, Ilk
days. Price $2 per box. or 8 boxes ts.
Bold by druggists everywhere.
Address Dr. T. J. PIERCE. 181 First St.,
Bl sb n a semwtoHw.
I remedy tor Conor r boss,
Whites, unnatural di
Charcot, or anT lnllimmu
bats evataslva. tion of mueou man
ItheEmk J ChehiohOs, branes. Kon-astrincent,
Sols? by Irn (Thiols, .
or aont In plain wrapper,
by axBress, prepaid, fo
l.flo. or 8 bottles, 2.7a,
VUWiai CekUOtt IStBAkti
Radvray's Pills cure Indigestion, bilious
ness, plies and all stomach troubles.
Vemoi!iTi,o .1 '
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