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12 TITE -MORXiyG OREGO'IAT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1909. ,
GRAIN RATES ALL
WILL BE REDUCED
0. R. & N. Will Make Cut as Or
dered by Commission, and
Other Roads Will, Also.
AMOUNTS TO ONE-EIGHTH
Entire Wheat Pislriot of Three
States Is AJTevted Hani Is to Bo
Made Over Xorth Bank Instead
of Via Taeoma. as Last Year.
The reduction of freiplit rates on grain
ordered by the Oregon Railroad Commis
sion will be put in efToct by the O. R. &
N. XoTfmher 1. apparently without con
tent In the courts. At the same time the
reduction In (Train rateB on the Northern
Pacific ordered by the Washington Rail
way Commission Is to become effective
and the O. R. & X. will meet the reduced
rates at Washington points. The Xorth
Bank and the Great Northern, although
not directly affected by cither order, are
preparing to name the same rates so that
the entire wheat-frrowing district of Ore
gon and Washington and a part of Idaho
will secure for most of this year's grain
shipments a reduction of about 124 per
Under ordinary procedure, new tariffs
affecting interstate commerce must be
riled with the Interstate Commission 30
days before they become effective, but
in this Instance the railroads are per
mitted to put the rates in effect without
the customary notice.
Huge Shipments Affected.
This year something like 30.000.000 bush
els of wheat will be affected by the re
duction in rates. The estimate of grain
and manufactured grain products that
will be shipped to tidewater Is about io.
.f.Y bushels from the territory named,
but It is also estimated between 4,000.0"0
and D.OOO.noo bushels have already been
moved. The railroads are expecting light
shipments between now and November 1.
! as it stands to reason that shippers will
1 hold their grain for the reduced rates
j where storage and insurance charges do
' not offset the reduction.
The gTain rates, whan reduced to an
I aerage. will probably be in the neighbor
i hood of 1 cent per bushel on all grain
i shipped, meaning a total reduction for
' the SO.OOO.OflO bushels of close to SiOO.OOO.
The present maximum rate, applying to
Spokane. Lewlston and Moscow, is IS1
i cents per hundred pounds. This is the
i blanket rate that applies to the eastern
. portion of the Palouse country and the
reduction ia to 17 cents, which is equiv
alent to a reduction of 1.35 cents per
Rates Graded Iovn.
From these points the rates are graded
down toward the tidewater terminals. For
Instance, the present rate from Preacott
is 154 cents and the new rate will VSK
cents: the present rate from Riparla is
IVi and the new rate 15: the rate from
Ijl Cross is reduced from 17 to 15 oenta:
the rate from Walla Walla, from la3 to
cents: the rate from Waltsburg. from
16' to 14V cents. It will, therefore, be
observed that covering a large wheat
. growing territory. Including the biggest
; shipping points, the reduction - ranges
! around 2 cents per 100 pounds or 1.2 cents
' per bushel.
As to Oregon points. Pendleton gets a
. reduction from 15- cents to 13 cents;
Kaker City fnom So1 to lr5i ; La Grande.
' J&H to 1T'. The present rate from
.Keppner, Condon and Shaniko. each the
terminus of a branch line through an
i Oregon wheat-growing district. Is 18
' cents. The new rate will be IB cents.
Krom other points the tariffs are graded
down according to distance.
Taeoma Rate Canceled.
Practically coincident with the reduc
tion in rates, the Northern Pacific has
canceled its through rate to Portland
via Taeoma, the railroad, it is believed,
figuring It would make more out of the
I short haul to North Bank points than
it would in the long, round-about haul
over the mountains at the reduced rate,
i Last year the Northern Pacific brought
approximately 1.000,000 bushels of wheat
into Portland via Taeoma. This year
the Northern Pacific wheat traffic route
to Portland will be over the North Rink.
At some of the non-competitive points
the shippers will feel the force of the
Portland terminal war. The North Bank
1 as announced that on all wheat ship
ments originating east of Pasco and all
other stations not competitive with the
O. R. & N.. going to docks in the
Northern Pacific terminal yards. the
North Bank road will not absorb the
switching charges. On all such ship
ments a switching charge of 25 cents per
tun, with a minimum of J5, will b
It is apparent from this order that
the North Bank will absorb the switch
ing charges If the cars of wheat are
destined for the docks at Albina or some
other point outside the terminal yards,
although such cars are subject to the
terminal switching charge also.
North Bank Always Charged.
The terminal company imposes the
switching charge on the North Bank
road no matter whether the cars go
through the terminal or are unloaded
at docks within the yards. As all North
ern Pacific wheat exported from Portland
will be affected, more or less, local grain
men look upon the order as a discrimina
tion against the terminal docks in order
to arouse public disapproval of the pres
ent terminal situation.
North Bank officials say there is noth
ing new in the order, but that the ship
pers are just beginning to notice it, as
last year the road was not in operation
In time to get a very material si; are of
the wheat traffic. A settlement of the
terminal difficulties would, they say,
eliminate the switching charge.
BIG PARTY TO PASS DAY HERE
Street Rail-war Men Alter Plans for
Good View of Portland.
It has been decided by the atreet rail
way men now touring the West by special
train that Portland Is worth a full day's
visit, and today will be devoted by the T9
member of the party in seeing this city.
The original plans of the excursionists
provided a stop of only a few hours in
Portland, while Seattle was to have been
given three days. According to the origi
nal Itinerary the party would have vis
Hed Portland yesterday, but the schedule
has been changed so that the special train
will reach Portland at 7:30 o'clock this
morning and leave for the South at 6 P.
M. President B. 8. Josselyn. of the
Portland Railway. IJsrht Power Com
pany, has placed observation cars at the
disposal of the tourlsta and these car
wlil be sent to the depot today at 8:30
After seeing the city the members win
be entertained at the Commercial Club at
Itmcheon. In the afternoon they will be
given an auto ride.
Following is a list of the members of
R Anderson. Boson. Mas.; Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Arnold. Pawtucket. K 1.: M V. Avres.
S. Framltiham. Sinn.: W. H. Bacon. Bos
ton: N. W. Blake. New York "ity: Mr. and
Mn. A W. Bll!. Bro.)klyn. Mm; Mr. and
Mn. John Burns. S. D';xh.ry. Muw : EdKar
Bright. Boto-i. Muss.: M A Cavanaurh.
Boston, Mass.; Mr and Mrs C. Clark.
Boston. Mass.: Miss Mary F I'lark. Me
thueii. Macs.: Mis Anna N. IMark. Boston.
M.: Miss Arabella flark. Brookllne, Mass.;
Ma-iter J'S F. 'lark. Brookllne. Mass.;
"llfton folburn. l.wn. M-s.- F. R foates.
Boston. Mass : (Jernld oghlln. Montreal,
ran.- W -orev. New York- I'lty; Mr. and
Mrs. E Bana. Boston- Mr and Mrs. B. B.
Davol. Fall Kiver. Mss. ; J. E. D-.zier. l.ynn.
Mass : Mr. and Mrs. C E. Krlnards. Boston.
Mass.: Nupenl F:i'!''n. Boston. Mass.; H. H.
Faxren. Pittsburjr Pa.- Mr. and Mrs. .1. F.
F Fltfhsr. Hoston. Mass.: F. W. Hoist.
Bnsfn; Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Johnsm. Xahant,
Mass ; Mr. and Mr Kldson. Boston. Mass.:
C. E Learned. Boston: Chas. Lihbey. Boston-
.1. F. M.-Cshe Sprlnftfl'ld. Mass.; Mr.
and Mrs. F. A Mccormick. F.oston: .Mr and
Mrs. A. 1.. MrlJwnald. Brockton. Mass.:
Oeorse Morse. Taunton. Mi ss.; J. O. Meixell.
Perintnr,. Miss.; Mrs. K. I.. Milk Hooplck
Falls. N. T ; Mr. and Mrs. Georne Nash. Bos
ton : Mr. and Mis. R. C. Pane. pprinsfH'Id.
Mass.: Mr. and Mrs. C. .V Pierce. Brook
llne. Mass.: Mr. and Mrs. H. E Reynolds,
Boston: Mr. and Mrs. .1 W. Rollins. Bos
ton: VVirs;ate Rollins Boston: Mr. Rosen
Rarten. .Umri F. Shaw. Boston: Mrs. A. J.
Smif.t. Boston; Mr. and Mrs F. Splllanw.
Boston: .1. V. Sutherland. Worcester. Mass;
B. V. Swenson. New York City: Mr and Mrs.
f. I. Thaver. l:eston: Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Tliorn'.ey. Providence. R. I : Mr. and Mrs.
James K. Wells. Sprlncfleld. Mass.; Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin f. WeMinpton. Rinige. N.
H-: E. S- Wllile. New Btdford, Mass.; Mr.
and Mrs. N. I.. Wilson. Boston: Paul WInsor.
Boston; Miss Nash. Boston.
A. L. CRAIG CHANGES POSTS
Is Made General Passenger Agent of
Chicago & Great Western.
A. L. Craig, well known in Portland as
the former general passenger agent of
the O. R. & N-. has just bean appointed
general passenger agent of the Chicago
& Great Western, with headquarters in
Chicago. In the latter position Mr. Craig
succeeds J. P. Elmer, who has been re
lieved at his own request.
Mr. Craig reisigned from the O. R. A N.
In Portland several years) ago to accept
a similar position with the Great North
ern. He resigned from the Great North
ern position September 1 of this year.
REV. GEORGE SOLTAU DEAD
Well-Known Kvangelist Passes at
Santa Monica, Cal.
News has just been received In Port
land of the death at Santa Monica,
Cal.. of the itev. George Soltau. an
evangelist, who held a series of serv
ices In various churches In this city
during February, March and April of
While attending a religious confer
ence in Winona. Wis.. Rev. Soltau was
taken sick, and went Immediately to
Los Angeles, and thence to Santa Mon
ica. Here he died October . He was
a native of England and was 62 years
.At one time he worked with Dr.
Moody in England, and later was with
W. W. White as an instructor In the
New York Bible Teachers' Training
School. Besides a widow, he leaves two
daughters, who are missionaries In
India, and four sons, one a physician
In England, another a business man In
Los Angeles, and Uie other two are
twins, who just graduated from the
Northwestern University at Bvanston,
TAXES TOO HIGH, IS WAIL
Pullman and Western Union Com
panies Make Complaint.
OREGON CITY". Or.. Oct. li. (Special.)
The Pullman Company and the Western
Union Telegraph Company were among
the first to file protests against the as
sessed valuation of their property In
Clackamas County when the Board of
Equalization convened In annual session
The Western Union has (lied a petition
stating that the actual value of Its prop
erty is J4292.S0, while the assessed valua
tion is J6C61.20. Other applications for re
duction of the aa;ts3d valuations have
been made by Alfred and Hllma Johnson,
Florence and H. A. Heater. Herman Ger
hardus and P. Eaurle. All of them com
plain that some of their non-tillable land
has been assessed as tinapie rann.
WHAT PRESS AGENTS SAY
"Three Twins" Toniubt, Twice Tomorrow.
The attraction at the Bungalow Theater.
Twelfth and Morrison streets, tonight at
S-15 o'clock, and continuing every night
this week with special-price matinees to
morrow (Wednesday) and Saturday, will be
the big musical comedy success, "Three
Twins." This brilliant offering la by far
the largest and most satisfying musical
comedy that has visited Portland the past
two years You will enjoy every minute of
it. Seats are now selling at theater for
the entire engagement.
Fawcett at Portland.
Direct from a long and successful season
at the Lyric Theater. New York. Sam S.
and l-.ee t-hubert offer to play patrons J.
Hartley Manners' virile drama of Chicago
business and social life, "The Great John
Oanton." In whlcji George Fawcett plays
the title role at the New Portland for th
entire week. It is a stirring play and will
duplicate its success scored in the East
during It presentation here.
-The prince Chap" a the Baker.
One of the most pleasing and delightful
plays ever seert at the Baker is "The Princs
t'ha-p." In which Donald Bowles is making
his farewell appearance to the dramatic
jitage this week. tt l the story of a
struggling young American sculptor in ten
don to whose lot falls the care of a dainty
little baby girl. It Is filled with the most
delicious humor, and gives Mr. Bowles great
opportunity as well u several other mem
bers of the company, notably William Dills,
"The Prince chap" will continue all this
week with a bargain matinee tomorrow and
regular Saturday matinee.
New Bill Boorea Bis; Hit.
Two large audiences welcomed a highly
entertaining and amusing new bill at the
Orpheum yesterday afternoon and evening.
"The Drums of Doom," is the title of a
powerful and striking sketch, presented by
a clever company of players headed by
Minnie Sellgman and William Hramwell.
capable ' artists of broad experience. Thla
proved a rare dramatic gem.
Hue Quartet at Pants.
Lover of well-sung music will do well
not to miss the Still City Quartet at Pan
tages this week It Is a splendid organisa
tion and the songs used run from old-time
fasortten to scraps from the latest musical
comedies. The bill Includes a number of
topllne acts headed by Bert Swan and his
wonderful trained alligators, the like of
which have never before been seen in this
Bill Scores Msny lBU.
This week the Grand has scored a hit
with erery act on Its programme. There
Is more life and fun and melody than Is
usually found and It is all clean and
healthy. "A Bunch of Kids," with its eight
bovs and girls who surround B- C Maddox.
who plays the old farmer. Introduces many
catchy and popular songs. Ths 6xe11lnas.
with their hat specialty, have a positive
novelty. and Josephine Ainsley is a
comedienne who has a winning way. .
Star ContbHiea to Draw.
The Star Theater continues to enjoy ths
success which marked the opening- on ac
count of a programme of unusual wxcellence.
The management is giving three full reels,
a splendid Illustrated song and as an extra
and added feature, Herr f?llllman. violinist,
who captures his audience at every per
formance. The programme will be changed
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Photograph of the superb new organ; also showing detached console (keyboard), so organist has view
of choir and congregation,
GRAND ORGAN RECITAL, OCT. 27
The .installaf ion of the magnificent new Kimballvpipe organ by Eilers Piano
House for the beautiful new First M. E. Church, South, is practically completed
and preparations have been made for a grand organ recital by Professor P. W.
Goodrich, at the magnificent edifice, corner Multnomah and Union avenues, on
Wednesday evening, October 27th, 1909, beginning at 8:15.
This promises to be one of the most brilliant musical events of the season.
Among the soloists who are to assist are Mrs. Rose Bloch-Bauer, soprano; Dom
J. Zau" baritone; Charles D. Rolf, 'cellist.
Tickets are now for sale at Eilers Piano House, "Woodard, Clarke & Co.,
and by members of the congregation, and by Rev. Mowre, the pastor. ,
in every particular with new pictures, a
new song and new musical selections to
morrow. BON VOYAGE CASE HEARD
Supreme Court Writ of Certiorari In
OREGON1AN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
lnBton. Oct. 18.-(Speclal.)-The Supreme
Court today Issued a writ of certiorari hi
the case of Frank H. Was icy et al.
against Joseph Hammer and others In
volving title to the Bon Voyage mining
claim, in Alaska, said to be worth hun
dreds of thousands of dollars.
Of the petitions heretofore presented
seven were granted and 17 denied, the
effect being to bring to this court for
review the cases In which the writ was
granted and to practically affirm the de
cisions of the-courts below in cases in
which the writ was denied.
The case of Edward Cardwell. of Mon
tana, vs. the United States, involving the
right of the Government to prosecute
criminally for the fencing of public lands,
was decided adversely to the petitioner.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Oct. 18. Maximum tempera
ture CO degrees: minimum, 44 degrees. River
reading at 8 A. M.. l.h feet: change in last
!4 hours..! fall. Total rainfall. 6 P. M.
to 5 P M.. 0.06 inch: total rainfall since
September 1. 1909. 1.24 inch: normal, 3.93
inches; deficiency. 2.69 Inches. Total sun-
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ness, or suppressed, painful or fre
quent urination (especially at night)
and other distress, leaving after taking
the first few doses.
The moment you suspect any kidney
or urinary disorder, or rheumatism, be
gin taking this harmless preparation
Welcome Words to Women
Women who suffer with disorders peculiar to their
sex should write' to Dr. Pierce and receive free the
advice of physician of over 40 years' experience
a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases
of women. Every letter of this sort has the most
careful consideration and is regarded as sacredly
confidential. Many sensitively modest women write
fully to Dr. Pierce what they would shrink from
- telling to their looal physician. The local physician
is pretty sure to say that he cannot do anything
without "an examination." Dr. Pierce holds that
these distasteful examinations are generally need
less, and that no woman, exoept in rare cases, should submit to them.
Dr. Pierce's treatment will cure you riht in the privacy of
your own home. His "Favorite Prescription" has cured
hundreds of thousands, some of them the worst of cases.
It is the only medicine of its kind that is the product of a regularly graduated
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ahine, October 17. 13 hours 54 minutes: pos
sible, 14 hours. Barometer (reduced to sea
level) at i P. M , 29.82 Inches.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
time. October 18
Walla Walla I
A storm of considerable magnitude but
apparently of no great Intensity is approacn
in. th. Washington coast and storm south
east warnings were ordered displayed at
5:30 P. M. at the mouth of the Columbia
River, at the entrance to the Ptralt of
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Files and at Marshfleid. Rain has falssn In
Western Oregon and in the interior of North
ern California, and cloudy and threatening
conditions prevail over the greater part of
the North Pacific states. It Is muah cooler
in the interior of Northern 'California, while
in the North Pacific states the temperatures
have remained nearly stationary.
The Indications are for rain Tuesday, with
high southeasterly shifting to southwesterly
winds along tho coast.
Portland and vicinity Rain; sotstherly
winds increasing during the day.
Oregon and Washington Rain, with high
southeast shifting to southwest winds along
the coast, and increasing southerly winds In
EDWARD A. BEALS. Dlst. Forecaster.
12TH AW) MORRISON
Phones. Main 117 and A4JSM.
Tonight, Every Night This Week .
Special Matinee Tomorrow
The Big Musical Comedy Hit
Evening. $2 to 75c: Matinee $l.BO to SOc.
PORTLAND THEATER !"
Tonight and all week.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday
Sam S. and Lee Shubert (Inc.) Offer
GKO. FAWCETT, In
THE (JREAT JOHN OANTON
Direct from the Lyric Theater. New Tork.
Prices 50c-1.5O, Bargain Prices Wednesday
Main 443. A 7085.
Main 2, A 5360.
Geo. I.. Baker, Manager.
Tonight All Week
; PO'AU) BOWT.KS A CO.
In Edward Peples Beautiful Play
"THK P1UKCE CHAP w
f Permission Orpheum Circuit Co.)
Evenings 23c, 50c, 75c. Matinee 25c. SOc.
Tomorrow bargain matinee, 2fic, all seats.
Matinee Saturday. Next week "In Old
MAIN 6, A 1020. Matinee
Ex. Sundays maa Houaays.
WEEK OF OOT. IS.
Minnie SellRman and William Bra m well
In "The linimH of Doom," Bounding Gor
dons. Bootblack Quartet, KatWien Jiseet.
The Mioses Standish, Eva Mnilge, "The Mili
tary Maid," Iew Wells, pictures, orchestra.
WKr.K OF OCTOBER IS.
Helen Bereefortl ft Co.
l.aveli & Grant
Spaulritng A IMipnee
Matinee every day at 2:30 l.V;. box seats.
Ac. Evening Performances 7:S0, 0:15 Prices
15c and 2Sc.
Advanced V&udrrille. Stars of All Nations.
Bert etwon and His Trained Alligators
Ppet'ial Added Attraction.
Luifff Pecarro Trmipe of European Anrobsta
Tuie and Simpson ; Canarls; Whits;
William Ranudell and the Ramsdell Sisters;
Still City Quartet; Pantasescope.
Popular Prices. Matinee Dally.
Curtain 2:30. 7:30 and 9.
Phones Main 4685. A 1026. Prices. 30c. 20c. 10c
All This Week
The pouular Athon Stock Co.
VTWBN HT.R POUI. SPEARS.
Presented In "The Athon Way."
Gold Watch Orven Away Friday HUch.
Matinees Sunday. Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday at 2:15: every evening at 8:15.
Yoa'll Like the Lyric.
Main 7787 CTB THTATTl? W ashington
A 70SS U I ni 1 klun 1 Ul and rsvK sts.
Sellemaa. Violinist; Newest Songs.
rRtXlRAiiME CHANGED TOMORROW .
OOeTT OMB MXUJOlf tMHJLAIUV.
J CORNER SEVENTH AND STARK STREETS J
Portland's New and Modern Hotel. Rates $1 per Day and Up
I EUROPEAN PLAN J
X WRIGHT - DICKINSON HOTEL CO, Props. Z
F. J. Rlcliardaon, Pres.
Headquarters "There's a Reason"
Seventh and Washington
Phil. Metschan & Sons. Props.
Look Distance Phone
In Every Room.
ELEVENTH, OFF WASHINGTON ST.
BEAUTIFUL GRILL ROOM
Oar Bo Meets
Sample SulUs with Bath tor CMninerclal
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0. W. CORNELIUS,
Corner 10th and Alder
The leading hotel of Portland, opened July,
1909. Modern In every detail, furnished In
elegance. Most beautiful corner lobby in
Northwest. Commodious sample rooms.
European plan. Rates 1.50 and up. 'Bus
meets all trains.
W. M. SEWARD, Prop.
If lis 211
INCLUDING MB:ALS AND BERTH. )
S. S. ROSE CITY (E. W. MASON, Master)
Low Rates to Los Angeles and Fast Service
SAILS 4 P. M.
V. J. ROCHE, C. T. A..
142 3d SI. Main 402. A 140Z.
SAX FRAXCISCO AND PORTLAND STEAMSHIP COMPAK1
Making tLe Standard Rye
A Guckenheimer & Bros.,
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titr innrt irl IlKSI
FOR TOl'RJSl. sal
Special rates maas
to families and sin
gle gentlemen. The
management will be
pleased at all times
to show rooms and
give price. A mod
em Turkish Both
establishment In the
H. C. BOWERS,
Fifth and Washington Sts.
Opened June, 1908. .
A hotel in the verv heart of Portland'3 business ac
tivity. Onlv hotel equipped wrtl; wireless telegraph.
Kvery convenience for comfort of commercial men.
Modern In everv respect. Itates Sl.i'O and up.
Cafe and grill; music during lunch, dinner and after
I,, ft. S Tret land. See.
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"The House of Welcome," corner Park and Alder.
Portland's newest and most modern hotel. European
plan. Single, $1.50 and up. Double, $2.00 and up.
Our omnibus meets all trains.
H. E. FLETCHER,
Corner Fourteenth and Washington
New Hotel, Elegantly Furnished
Rates, $1.00and Up V
Special Rate for Permanent
nam. 'Bus Meets All Trnlns.
CORNER THIRD AND MAIN STS.
Rates $1, $1.50, $2
Phones In every room.
FRIDAY, OCT. 22
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