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TIIE MOBXIXG OREGOXIAX. THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1903.
Customs-House Collections Ex
ceed Those of Every Year
FIGURES FOR LOCAL PORT
Duties Collected on Imports for
Period Ending June 30 Less Than
Year Ago Prospects Brighter
for Xext Year Marine News.
The receipts from duties collected at
the Portland branch of the United States
Customs-House for the fiscal year ending
June 30, show an increase over all pre
vious periods except the year ending June
30, 1907. The total reccplts for the past
year were tl,O3S,608.25, while the figures
for the previous year were $1,157,000.
The falling off in this year's receipts
is believed to be due to the recent finan
cial flurry which affected maritime ship
ping as well as inland business. One fire
works importing firm alone would have
brought the year's receipts up to the fig
ures of the former period but for' con
ditions resulting from the financial strin
gency. On account of the shortage in the
money market last Winter this firm can
celled practically half of its annual fire
works order. The duty on this character
of merchandise is quite heavy and had
the firm received Its full shipment as
originally planned, the customs receipts
would have more than surpassed the pre
vious year. Other firms were hit Just
as hard by the flurry, and the cause of
the slight falling off is apparent.
The month of June, the last of the fiscal
year, showed splendidly in the matter of
collections, for the sum of $102,273.35 was
tuken in by Collector Malcolm as duty on
merchandise brought Into Portland from
foreign ports, 'ihe above figures for June
are quite large for that month, which is
usually slack in shipping circles.
The listing of an unusually large num
ber of vessels for Portland during the
year Just Inaugurated Indicates that the
record of 1907 Is likely to be broken. Kach
of these vessels usually enriches the
Treasury Department by from $10,000 to
$20,000. With a larger number en route
than ever before, the prospects are ex
ceedingly bright for a record-breaking
year In the Portland branch of the cus
POMOXA IS OX XEW ROUTE
I'ppcr Kiver CraTt Changes From
Corvallls to Salem Run.
The low water in the Upper Willamette
has made it necessary for the Oregon
City Transportation Company to with
draw Its regular steamer Pomona from
the Corvallls run. However, the Oregona
will continue to ply between Portland
end the Valley town, for the latter craft
Is of considerably less draft than the Po
mona and will have no trouble in nego
tiating the river at the shallow points
The work of the snagboat Mathloma
and the Government dipper dredge has
made the channel of the Upper Willam
ette navigable for craft of the Oregonas
draft, but the Pomona is a little too large
to make the trip while loaded with
freight, and It was decided to withdraw
her during the dry period. The Pomona
will be placed on the Salem route, and
the Leon a. when her repairs are com
pleted, will likely be placed en the Mc
ItlVER STEAMERS EXTAXGLED
J'lve Ilonts Leave Docks at Same
Time and Xearly Collide.
Five river steamers came near having
serious accidents by becoming mixed up
in the river between the Morrison and
Burnslde-street bridges at 7 o'clock yes
terday morning. The steamers Bailey
Gatzert, Charles R. Spencer, Dalles City.
Joseph Kellogg and Capital City backed
out of their berths at that hour and
while In the stream had considerable dif
ficulty in straightening out to head for
the draw of the Burnslde bridge en route
down river. Danger whistles were blown
by several of the craft, and many per
sons were attracted to the water, be
lieving that an accident had happened.
Luckily, the steamers managed to extri
cate themselves without any material
damage resulting and proceeded on their
way down stream.
City of Panama and Xome City Go
on the Run.
Two new vessels will be on the Coos
Bay run for a short time. The' Portland
& Coos Bay Steamship Company has re
placed the Breakwater on that route with
the steamship City of Panama, which
left San Francisco yesterday for Coos
Bay and should reach Portland Sunday
on her first voyage.
The California & Oregon Coast Steam
ship Company's regular liner Alliance Is
to be extensively overhauled, and In her
stead, commencing Saturday night, the
steamer Nome City will ply between
Fortland and Coos Bay points.
Marine News of Tacoma.
TACOMA. July 1. The American
steamer Shawmut, due here Saturday
from Yokohaha. is bringing a good-sized
cargo of Oriental freight. She also has
3o first-class. 2o second-class passengers
in addition to 50 Japanese and 30 Chinese
to disembark at Tacoma. For British
Columbia she has 25 Japanese and 50
The steamer Governor was in port all
day loading MO tons of outward cargo, in
cluding grain and bullion.
After discharging gypsum rock and
bunkering, the steamer Northland left
out tonight for Ketchikan via ports.
The American bark Good News Is due
from Philadelphia with a cargo of powder
for the Dupont works.
San Pedro Shipping Xotes.
SAN PEDRO, Cat.. July 1. The steamer
Francis H. Leggett arrived today. 88
hours from tirays Harbor, with 1,400,000
feet of lumber.
The steamer Geo. W. Elder arrived
from Portland via Eureka and San Fran
cisco. The steamer Wm. H. Murphy cleared
today for Grays Harbor via San Fran
cisco. Two British Steamers Depart.
The British steamships Madura and
Aeon, with wheat and lumber for foreign
ports, left down yesterday morning, and
will probably put to sea today. The Ma
dura has a cargo of 225.000 bushels of
wheat destined for the United Kingdom.
while the Aeon has 1,000,000 feet of lum
ber for Australia.
J. M. Glesy. Deputy Collector of Cus
toms, left last night on a two weeks'
fishing trip. '
Charles P. Doe. general manager of the
North Pacific Steamship Company, which
operates the steamships George W. Elder
and Roanoke, is in Portland on a short
The British ship Leyland Brothers will
commence discharging ballast at the O.
W. P. dock today. Instructions to that
effect were received from the owners
yesterday and it is believed the vessel
has been chartered.
The British ships Brabloch and Car
manian and the French bark' Leon Blum,
ail bound for Portland, were recently
spoken at sea. The en route vessels re
ported all well and making good time
toward the Columbia River.
Arrivals and Departures.
Astoria. July 1. Condition of bar at 9 P.
M. smooth, wind northwest. 1ft miles; weath
er cloudy. Arrived at 9:25 A. M. Steamer
Nebraska from Seattle. Arrived down at 1:15
and sailed at i:3l P. M. Steamer Col. E. L.
Drake for San Francisco. Arrived at 2-15
and left up at S:50 P. M. Steamer Alliance
from Coos Bay. Arrived at 2:30 and left
up at 3 P. M. Steamer Eureka from Eureka.
Sailed , at 2:20 P. M. British ateamer Aeon
for Puget Sound. Arrived at 2:50 and left
up at 5:.V P. M. Steamer Washington from
Fan Francisco. Sailed- at 2:30 p. M. Schooner
John A. Campbell for San Pedro.
San Francisco. July 1. Arrived at T A. M.
Steamer Homer from Portland. Sailed last
night Steamer City of Panama for Portland.
Birkenhead, July 1. Arrived yesterday
British ship Strathgyle from Portland.
Freemantle. July 1. Arrived yesterday
Norwegian steamer Elsa from Portland.
Tides at Astoria Thursday.
2:30 A. M 7.T ft9:22 A. M 0.2 ft.
3:02 P. M 7.3 ft 9:47 P. M 3.6 ft.
JUNE'S LOW DEATH RATE
Only 117 Certificates Are Issued
From Health Office.
The death rate in Portland for June
was the lowest for any month during
the past 2 years, according to a state
ment issued from the City Health office.
The exceedingly small percentage of
deaths during the month is still further
evidence of the healthful climate and
sanitary conditions of Portland.
From January 1, 1908, to June 30,
1908, there have been filed at the City
Health Office 1248 death certificates.
415 of which were for males and 833
of which were for females. The death
rate in March was the highest, there
being 180 recorded. June, with but 117,
has the lowest percentage.
The number of deaths by months up
to the present time this year follows:
Month. Male. Female, for Month.
January 77 50
February 01 74
March 103 77
April 5 58
May SO 7!
June 69 48
Mantel! la "Othello" Tonight.
The attraction at the Hetlig Theater,
Fourteenth and Washington streets, tonight
at 8 o'clock, will be the distinguished actor,
Robert Mantel. In Shakespeare's tragedy of
"Othello." Tomorrow Friday night, "King
Lear" will be given; Saturday afternoon
"Macbeth"; Saturday night, "King Richard
III." Seats are now selling at the theater
for the entire engagement.
'Last Time Saturday Night.
The last of the Baker Stock Company at
the Baker Theater will be next Saturday
night, and the advance indications are that
a packed audience will be there to bid their
favorites goodbye for the Summer. This
week the bill is Hoyt's "A Bunch of Keys."
a rattling farce intermingled with music
"A Hero In Rags"- Matinee.
At the I-yric this afternoon the Blunkall
Atwood Stock Company will present again
its phenomenal success, "A Heri in Rags,"
which has been the hit of the week in
theatrical circles. It Is a thrilling comedy
drama in which each member of the cast
has a chance to shine.
"Lost Baby Tonight.
All this week the chief object of interest
at The Oaks has been "A Lost Baby." This
is not such a catastrophe as might be im
agined. It is the btst musical show of tins
season and the only one now to be seen in
Portland. Tuneful ' songs. pretty girls,
Yiddish Flayer at HclUg.
At the Heilig Theater, four nights, com
mencing July r, the Century Amusement
Company will present J. White's New York
famous Yiddish players (coming here after
ten weeks run in San Francisco). Sunday
evening, July 3, "Kol-Nidre" ; Monday eve
ning, Julv 6. "The Yiddish I,a Tosca" ; Tues
day evening. July 7, "The Broken Hearts";
Wednesday evening. July S, "Shulamlth."
"Rosmersholm" at Lyric.
Mrs. Fluke. America's greatest actress,
will give two performances at the Lyric
Theater, a matinee and night, on Tuesday.
July 7. The seats will sell like hotcake
and If you are wise you'll secure them at
"Mftm Satan' a the Lyric.
The coming attraction at the Lyric, com
mencing Monday night, will be the Blunkall
Atwood Stock Company in the delightful
farce-comedy, "Miss Satan." This will be
an ideal Summer attraction, all laughs and
Next Week at Marquam.
New York billings afford another big com
edy feature for next week at the Marquam,
when the celebrated Rlalto quartet will have
the center of the stage. Electra. the elec
trical wonder, will be a second feature.
Falls Down Stairs.
Falling down two flights of stairs is the
sensational finish to the dramatic playlet,
"Beggars." which Anna Hamilton will
bring tothe Grand next week. It la the only
sketch of its kind in vaudeville. Hugh
Lloyd, the king of the wire, will be the
AT THE VAUDEVILLE THEATERS.
Marquam Coolest Theater.
Two of the brighter comedy acta ever seen
in Portland are put on by the Four Comrades
and Charles Harris at the Marquam Theater
this week. Both are big New York comedy
successes. Six other good turns complete the
bill, including a spectacular biographic view
of campaigning in tbe Philippines.
Regular Circus Act.
The Elton-Polo troupe at the Grand this
week has a regular circus act. They cast
one another from one side of the stage to
the other in a thrilling fashion. There has
been no similar act seen bere in vaudeville.
The Frederick Raymond trio are singers of
rare old songs and they are a deligiit to
every lover of music.
Goldie Ellis Asks Divorce.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., July 1. Mrs.
Ada K. Kinney, acting as guardian of
Mrs. Goldie R. Ellis, today filed peti
tion for divorce from Joseph E. Ellis,
of Portland. The petition was filed at
San Bernardino. The petitioner prac
tically asserts that when 14 years old
her Vard was whipped into marriage
with a man she hates. Mrs. Kinney
states that her ward Is only 16 years
old and that Ellis is many years the
girl's senior. She declares that the day
before the marriage Mrs. R. C. Kinney,
a relative with whom the child had
been staying since her parents died,
lashed her because she wept In antici
pation of the wedding. She further
charges that Ellis cruelly treated the
girl because she siiowed her dislike of
him- " ,
Total : 1248
What ttio Tr9m Areata Say.
insurers give up
Agents Making No Effort to
Collect Higher Premium.
HEED PUBLIC INDIGNATION
Power Company Will Change Cir
cuits at Once to Meet Demands of
ITnderwrlters and Advance of
Rate Will Be "Withdrawn.
Fira Insurance agents of the city are
so certain that the recent 25-cent ad
vance in premiums, ordered by the Board
of Fire Underwriters of the Pacific, will
be withdrawn in a short time that they
are paying no attention to it. Agents are
not making any effort to collect the ad
vanced rates, but have - bowed to the
storm of public indignation that has been
raised by the advance. They express
themselves as certain that the old rates
will be restored, now that the Portland
Railway, Light & Power Company ' has
agreed to make the changes desired by
Men have already been put to work on
the task of changing the ground cir
cuits to the desired metallic return cir
cuits, which will do away with the pres
ent practice of feeding a strong, direct
current into every building . of the city
where there is an elevator, motor or any
sort of electrical appliance requiring
This task will be completed so far as
changing the West Side district is con
cerned within the next few days, and
then the same work will be done on the
East Bide. President Josselyn promises
that the desired changes will be made
with all possible expedition and that when
the task is accomplished, there will be no
further cause for complaint by the under
writers or anyone else.
The declaration made yesterday that
the underwriters would be attacked un
der the Sherman anti-trust law is not
taken seriously in view of the speedy
understanding reached by the power com
pany and the insurance men. Local busi
ness men, aggrieved by the sharp advance
in rates, talked of getting revenge on the
underwriters by prosecuting them under
the anti-trust act and it was said that the
suit would result, no doubt, in victory for
the complainants. Now that the agree
ment to comply with the requirements
of the underwriters has been reached,
the effect of which will be in all proba
bility that the rates will nover be raised
at all, there is little likelihood of a suit
But business men are talking for the
repeal of the .deposit law as applied to
outside Insurance companies and it is
likely that such a measure will be pre
sented at the next Legislature. That it
will find strong support in Multnomah
County, where the heavy hand of the un
derwriters galls the most, is believed,
but it is considered doubtful if the outside
districts will support such a bill.
BUILD ANNEX TO CHURCH
Preliminary work will be started
this morning on improvements to the
Hassalo-street Congregational Church,
Holladay's Addition, which will cost
7000. A frame addition will be built
in the rear of the present structure,
71 feet long, 30 feet wide and two
stories high. There will also be im
provements to the front of the build
ing. The annex is to provide the young
people of the church with a gym
nasium, which is something very few
churches have, and yet has come to be
recognized as desirable. The gym
nasium wiil be located ci the first
floor of the annex and it will be ar
ranged so it may be use3 either as one
long room or two smaller ones. When
basketball is played the apartments
will be thrown together. On this
floor there will also be snower baths
and lockers. In the second story there
will be 14 classrooms for the use of
the Sunday school. In order to begin
construction on the annex the present
frame building back of the church will
be torn down.
Rev. Paul Rader, the pastor of the
church, is a firm believer in making
special arrangements to interest young
people in work of the church. He says
that money for the improvements has
been subscribed. An active men s club
has been the principal medium for
raising funds for the addition.
Forget Packing-House Scandal.
NEW YORK, July 1. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Ogden Armour were among the passen
gers of the Kronprlnzessin Cecilie yester-
Don't Ruin Your Best Horse Going for a Doctor
Bowel complaints are always jmore or less prevalent during the Summer
months, and many a man has ruined his best horse going for a doctor
when some of his family was suffering from cramp colic or cholera
morbus. . Be prepared for. such an emergency.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
Is the most successful medicine yet produced for these diseases and can
always be depended upon. - No doctor can prescribe a better medicine.
It is almost certain to be needed before the Summer is over. Buy it now.
This woman says tbat after
months of suffering Lydia .
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
made her as well as ever.
Maude E. Forgie. of Leesburg,VEL,
writes to Mrs. Knkham :
1 want other suffering women to
know what Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg-e-table
Compound has done for me. Foi
months 1 suffered from feminine ills
so that I thought I could not live. J
.wrote you, and after takings Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and
using the treatment you prescribed 1
felt like a new woman. I am now
strong, and well as ever, and thank you
for the good you have done me."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the
standard remedy for female ills,
and has positively cured thousands ol
women who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, that bearing-down
feeling, flatulency, indiges
tion, dizziness or nervous prostration.
Why don't you try it ?
Mrs. Pinkham Invites all sick
women to write her for advice.
She has guided - thousands to
health. AfJdress. Lynn. Mass.
day from Bremen. Mr. Armour said his
daughter, Lollta. who was operated upon
several years ago by Prof. -Lorenz, of
Vienna,, had almost recovered and was
quite as well as any child of her age.
Referring to the financial situation, Mr.
Armour - said he found - a . disposition
among all European countries to again
buy American canned meats, and that
there was but small doubt that the preju
dice existing since the investigation has
been almost eradicated.
THREE SERMONS BY RILEY
Evangelist Makes, Attack on The
ories of Evolution.
Rev. W. B. Riley, D. D-, spoke to an
unusually large audience yesterday at
the evangelistic services in the "White
Temple. At 8 o'clock unusual interest
was created by the sermon on "Divine
Healing vs. Christian Science." At the
close of the address those believing in
Christian Science and divine healing
Asked numerous questions of the speak
er and his replies showed familiarity
with the subject under discussion.
Dr. Riley spoke to a large audience
at the Baker Theater yesterday noon on
"The Theories of Evolution Untenable."
He placed the teachings of Genesis be
side the teachings of evolution in par
allel columns and compared the two,
setting forth from the comparison that
evolution as a theory is unscientific,
un-Scrlptural and anti-Christian. His
arguments were listened to with rapt
The skia is not simply an outer covering of the body, but through its
thousands of pores and glands it performs the great and necessary -work of
regulating our temperatures, and also assists in disposing of the refuse and
Waste matters of the system by. the constant evaporation that goes on
through these little tubes. To perform these duties the tissues and fibres
which connect and surround the pores and glands must be continually nour
ished by pure blood. When from any cause the circulation becomes infected
with impurities and humors, it loses its strengthening powers and begins to
disease and irritate the delicate tissues, and produces Eczema, Acne, Tetter,
or some other itching, disfiguring skin trouble. S. SI S. cures skin diseases
of every kind by going down into the circulation and neutralizing and remov
ing the impurities and humors. It changes the quality of the blood from an
acrid, fiery fluid to a cooling, health-producing stream, which, instead of
irritating and inflaming the skin, cures and nourishes it by its soothing,
healthful qualities. Salves, washes, lotions, etc., may be used for any tem
porary comfort or cleanliness they afford, but skin diseases cannot be cured
until S. S. S. has purified the blood. Book on Skin Diseases and any med
ical advice sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
The tendency of men to neglect minor ailments is respon
sible for many a blighted life. Happiness and safety de
mand that skilled medical aid be sought upon the first
manifestation of weakness or other disorder in the men.
Neglect means the oncoming of aggravated conditions that
will in time involve the general constitution. During my
sixteen years as a specialist in men's diseases I have met
with every possible complication of private ailments. My
success in effecting permanent cures has never been ap
proached. I have acquired the understanding and per
fected the methods that enable me to accomplish results
such as have been regarded as impossible.
PAY WHEN CURED
Functioned derangements, commonly termed "weak
ness," are a direct result of inflammation, enlarge
ment or excessive sensitiveness of the prastate gland,
brought on by early dissipation or resulting from
some .improperly treated contracted disorder. Those
conditions cannot positively be removed by Internal
medicines and any tonic system of treatment that
stimulates activity of the functions can but result"
In aggravation of the real ailment.
This Is a scientific truth that I "have ascertained
after careful etudy and observation in hundreds of
cases, and is a truth upon which my own original sys
tem of treatment is based. I employ neither tonic,
stimulants nor electric belts. I treat by local methods
exclusively and my success in curing even those cases
that others have failed to temporarily relieve with
their tonics Is conclusive evidence that my method
-affords the only possible means of a complete and a
Write or Call. Consultation and Advice Offered Free at My Office
or by Mail. Correspondence Confidential
attention and the audience frequently
broke forth in applause.
Last night at the White Temple Dr.
Riley spoke again on "The Man Who Is
Afraid to Make a Start." He will speak
today at the Baker Theater at 12:15 P.
M. on "The Scientific Accuracy of the
Scriptures." Mr. Martin will lead the
chorus choir and Miss Ethel Shea will
sing a solo. Tonight Dr. Riley will
speak at the White Temple on "The So
lution of Your Every Difficulty."
Boy Kidnaped by Gypsies.
CHICAGO, July 1. B. Ashton, 14 years
old, who disappeared last Thursday from
the residence of his aunt. Mrs. J. Smith,
was kidnaped by gypsies according to
his own story. The story told by the
little boy, who managed to escape from
his captors and put in an appearance
yesterday at the residence of his siff-
CORNER SECOND AND MORRISON STREETS, PORTLAND, OREGON.
Private Entrance 234 yi Morrison Street.
ter. Mrs. James Martin. Is straightfor
ward and the police will make an investi
gation and if possible arrest the kidnap
ers. WASHINGTON". July 1. Sylvanus E.
We Are Specialists in Diseases of Men Why Be
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WE CURE PROMPTLY, SAF.ELT AND THOROUGHLY AND AT
THE LOWEST COST. VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE. VITAL WEAK
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SAFE, PERMANENT CURES
To-but partially cure a contracted disease is almost
as dangerous as to allow it to go untreated. Unless
every particle of Infection and Inflammation Is re
moved, the probability exists that the disease will
gradually work its way Into the general system. Still
greater is the danger of the prostate gland becoming
chronically Inflamed, which always brings partial or
complete loss of sexual power. Perhaps 25 per cent
of the cases of so-called "weakness" are a direct
result of some improperly treated contracted disease.
During the past five years I have treated thousands
of cases of contracted disorders, and have effected an
absolute, thorough and safe cure In each instance.
There have been no relapses or undesirable develop
ments whatever, and my patients have been cured
in less time than other and less thorough forms of
treatment require in producing even doubtful results.
SPECIFIC BLOOD POISON
Others dose the system with mineral poisons scarcely
less dangerous than the disease itself. The best they
hope to do by this treatment is to keep the disease
from manifesting Its presence upon the surface of the
body. Under my treatment, the entire svstem is
cleansed. The last taint of virus is destroved. Every
symptom vanishes to appear no more. I employ harm
less blood-cleansing remedies. They are remedies
heretofore unknown In the treatment of this disease.
They cure by neutralizing and absolutely destroying
the poison in the system. Such cures cannot be other
than complete and permanent.
Johnson, formerly connected with the
Ohio State Journal and the New York
World, for many years Washington cor
respondent of the Cincinnati Inquirer,
and a former member of the Gridiron
Club, died last night, aged 69 years.
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