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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND,, MAX 4, 1902. ...
RIVER STEAMER DISABLED
aiETTiATCO BLOWS OUT A CYLINDER
SOae Passenger's Leg? Is BrokenAc
cident Is Caused by a Broken
The eteaiuer Metlako suffered an accl
faent yesterday, which "will lay her up
tfor repairs until a new steam cylinder
is made. The crank pin on the starboard
Bide of the wheel, broke, and the piston
bead and rod was driven through the end
of the cylinder. A passenger named Hall
Buffered a broken and turned leg. He la
now at the North Pacific Sanitarium.
The Metlako Is operated by the "Whitu
Collar line between this city and The
Dalles. The company has engaged the
cteamer Albany to take the place of the
disabled boat, so that there will 'be no
lelay to traffic
The Metlako started from Portland at
ber usual hour yesterday morning. She
bad proceeded a few miles above Vancou
ver, when the mishap occurred. So great
vaa the Impact of the piston rod against
jthe head of the cylinder, that the entire
nd of the cylinder was blown off and
sbroken to pieces. Mr. Hall was coming
tout of the washroom, whose door was
(only about three feet from the cylinder.
'The strange part of the accident was that
lbs did not receive more serious Injuries.
Chief Engineer Art Andrews and his as
sistant, Charles -Burt, were in the engine-room.
Mr. Burt Immediately shut off the
jBteam. Aa the cloud of steam cleared
iaaway. Mr. Hall was seen on the floor,
Ilapparently badly hurt. He was put at
bs much ease as the situation afforded,
tend when, the boat arrived at Portland,
Swo hours latert he was taken to the
In a ttnr minutes after the mishap, the
jilisabled cylinder was disconnected and
fhe steamer returned under one engine.
The Metlako was formerly the steamer
Bonita, although when 6he assumed her
present name she received improvements
fjvhlch made her practically a new boat.
KEW CROP SHIP.
jpfc&srvrers. Chartered for Paget
Sound at Thirty Shillings.
The British ship Pengwern, 1492 net tons,
Bwas chartered late last week for Puget
iBound loading at SO shillings. She is en
gaged for December. As time goes on it
appears that freights are well established
In their present status, and that they are
statistically in a strong position. For dis
tant loading SO shillings continues to be
the prevailing rate, and a number of Yea
Eels have been engaged at that figure for
the Columbia River and Puget Sound. For
August-September the market ranges be
tween about 27s Cd and 28s 6d. For near
by and spot charters, 26a 3d and 27s 6d
eeems to be a fair range. These rates
fare based on the assurance of a good crop.
The yield in the Northwest will not be
eo large this eeason as It was last, but it
will ba well up to tho average. The
amount of grain left over is small, and
the tonnage available immediately and
In the near future is not large.
The owners of the three spot ships In
port made little effort to engage their
tvessels last week. The nonchalance of
exporters, and tho vain expense of cabling
bave made shipowners somewhat indif
ferent. The free steamship in port, which
has been trying to get a charter for some
time, was reported to be offering for
wheat at 27s 6d or thereabouts. The Ja
cobsen was engaged last week for this
month at a figure about a shilling better
than the rates of the other two May
ships In port, the Nomla and the Brunei.
Exporters are beginning to remember the
Asie, which will probably be ready for
cargo before July.
Xiamber freights show little change. The
Ban Francisco Commercial News, under
date of May 1, quotes the following rates
tfor sailing vessels, prompt loading: Syd
ney, 25s; Melbourne or Adelaide, 42s Cd;
IPort Pirie, 42s fid; Freemantle, 52s Gd; Ger
aldton, 62s 6d55sSuva, 45s47s Gd; Nou
mea, 42s 6d45s; West Coast, 40s; Pisa
cua range; Callao range, 40s42s Gd;
Guayaquil, 45s60s; Guaymas or Santa
Kosalla, $8; Hawaii, ?7; Buenos Ayres,
50s; Hong Kong, 40s; Shanghai, 37s 6dQ
40s; Kaio Chou or "Wel-Hal-Wai, 42s 6d
45s; Japan, 37s Gd; Manila, 45s; Port Ar
thur, 42a 6d345s; Taku, 45s; Niu Chwang,
45s; Calcutta, 55s; Vladivostok, 42s 6d;
Bouth. Africa, 62s 6d3s, as to port; U. K.,
HARBOR IS QUIET.
.Activity Is Limited Mostly to Lum
Four vessels were loading with lumbar
yesterday, the Queen Mary, the Carl, the
Alcalde and the Lakme. The last two are
coasting vessels and will take cargoes to
Ban Francisco. The Queen Mary and the
Carl will take lumber to ports in China.
iThese two and the Alcalde are at the mill
of the North Pacific Lumber Company.
The Lakme is at the mill of the Eastern
Iumber Company, and the Queen Mary
at Inman, Poulsen S; Co.'s. The last
vessel la a big freighter, and will take
Irom here over 2,500.000 feet.
The only other vessel that was working
cargo yesterday was the Brunei, at Green
wich dock. There Is not much wheat In
port now, and her charterers are taking
their time about loading her. Portland
barbor is not very active at present, and
loading of lumber cargoes is nearly all
that is doing In shipping circles. The
large carrier Ventnor will arrive this week
$o take on lumber.
SEALSKINS ARE HIGHER.
Jtilsut Catch Offset by Prospects of
Higher Prices. "
VICTORIA, B. a. May 2. While the
Katch of the Victoria sealing schooners will
be light, in so far as the Spring season Is
concerned, this year, there are prospects
of big prices being obtained. A few skins
taken by Victoria-owned schooners hunt
ing off the Falkland Islands have brought
517 on the London market, the highest
price in years. The buyers are paying
the Indians from $10 to $15 for skins taken
off the Vancouver Island coast, but there
ere few of them, a3 tho weather was too
rough for sealing from canoes when the
seals were passing the island. Three of
the schooners which arrived today had
slightly better catches, the Umbrina hav
ing 222, the Allie Algar 323, the Enterprise
210, the Victoria 143, the Ocean Bell 40, and
(the Aurora 30.
REPAIRS TO DREDGE.
improvements and Alterations "Will
The Port of Portland dredge Is at the
O. R. & N. Co.'s boatyard in the north
ern part of the city for extensive im
provements to her machinery. The cut
ting machinery and ladder will bo re
newed and the other machinery and hull
Will receive a goneral overhauling. The
repairs will cost $20,SO0. The dredge has
a new pump which has not been used yet.
3be will ba. launched in about six weeks.
v subsidy for British ships.
iEnsrllsb Government Slight Grant It
to Offset American Combine.
LONDON, May 3.-R is reported in
Liverpool shipping circles that the Brit
ish Government has intimated its willing
ness to subsidize British shipping should
the Atlantic shipping combine prove
yeally harmful to the mercantile marine
tat Great Britain.
SUPPLIES FOR ALASKA.
JLartre Qnantity Shlpppcd to Fill
A large quantity of Government sup
plies for Alaska was shipped from Port
land to Seattle yesterday over the North
Ka Pacific The aggregate quantity was
about 275 tons. The shipment consisted
mostly of commissary 'supplies destined
for Fort St. Michael, Fort Davis, Fort
Gibbon and Fort Egbert The supplies
were purchased from Portland merchants.
Wreclcasre Found by Indians.
VICTORIA, B. C., May S. The steamer
Nell, which arrived from Northern Brit
ish Columbia ports this evening, brings
news that Indians have picked up a lot of
wreckage on one of the small Islands of
the Queen Charlotte group, supposed to
be from the fishing schooner Nellie Thurs
ton, of Nanaimo, which is several1 weeks
overdue from the fishing banks.
The steamer New -England, arriving
from the northern fishing grounds this
evening, reports the finding of a small
steamer adrift and abandoned near the
northern end of Vancouver Island. The
boat and the fate of the crew is unknown.
She was towed to a harbor.
Stormy Atlantic Voyage.
PLYMOUTH, Eng., May 3. The Hamburg-American
line steamer Pennsylvania,
Captain Splledt, from New York, April
22, for Hamburg, via Plymouth and Cher
bourg, arrived here thjs morning and re
ported having had a stormy passage. She
-encountered a hurricane April 27 and 28,
and a huge wave swept her deck, carry
ing off her motor launch and 30 feet of
her rail. Several of the cabins were flood
ed. Damaged by a Storm.
PORT TOWNSEND, May 3. The
schooner Nokomls, arriving from Hilo,
reports the brig Tanner in distress 30
miles off Cape Flattery, and heading for
the Straits. As near as Captain Han
sen could see, her deckload of lumber was
partly gone and her rigging damaged. She
was out in a furious gale Monday night,
In which she sustained the damage.
Overdnc Schooner Sighted.
PORT TOWNSEND. May 3. Tho over
due schooner Mahukona, which sailed
from Puget Sound November 5, passed
Cape Flatters this morning from Zambo
anga, Philippine Islands.
Tho French bark Vendee started down
the river yesterday morning.
The Elkader. R. D. Inman's new launch,
is nearly ready for the water.
Light vessel No. 70 has been replaced on
her station, about 3& miles outside the
bar, off the entrance to San Francisco
harbor, and the gas buoy temporarily
marking the station has been withdrawn.
Domestic and Foreign Porta.
ASTORIA, Or., May 3. Saifed at 7:30 A.
M. Steamer Geo. W. Elder, for San Fran
cisco. Condition of the bar at 4 P. M.,
moderate; wind west; weather cloudy.
San Francisco, May 3. Arrived at 6:40
A. M. Steamer Alliance, from Portland.
Arrived Schooner John A, from Portland.
Sailed at 12 M. Steamer Columbia, for
Hoquiam, Wash. Arri,-ed May 2.
Steamer Newburg, from San Francisco,
for Aberdeen; schooner Jennie Thelln,
from San Francisco, for Aberdeen; bark
entlne Benlcia, from Callao, for Aberdeen.
Sailed Schooner C. A. Thayer, from Ho
quiam, for San Pedro.
San Francisco, May 3. Arrived Steam
er Victoria, from Comox; steamer Empire,
from Coos Bay. Sailed Schooner Lllle
bonne, for Bristol Bay; schooner Era, for
Bristol Bay; U. 6. steamer Thetis, for
Tacoma, May 3. Arrived American
steamship Olympia, from Hong Kong and
Yokohama; American schooner Philippine,
from San Pedro; American schooner Al
venav from San Pedro. Sailed British
ship Whltlieburn, for Queenstown; Ameri
can schooner Salvator, for -San Pedro;
American schooner Luzon, for San Pedro.
New York, May 2. Sailed Rhyndam, for
Rotterdam, via Boulogne; Kaiseiin Marie
Theresa, for Naples and Genoa; Furnesla,
for Glasgow; Umbrla, for Liverpool; Man
itou, for London. Arrived Celtic from
Liverpool; La Bretagne, from Havre; Rot
terdam, from Rotterdam and Boulogne.
Hong Kong, May 3. Arrived previously
Moyune, from Liverpool, etc, for Brit
ish Columbia. Sailed April 30 Ching Wo,
from Tacoma, etc., for London.
Liverpool, May 3. Arrived Campania
and Taurlc, from New York. Sailed
Saxonla, for New York.
Plymouth, April 3. Arrived Pennsyl
vania, from New York, for Cherbourg
Yokohama Sailed May L Hysen, from
Liverpool, etc., for Seattle.
Havre, May 3. Sailed La Touralne and
La Champagne, for New York.
Southampton, May 3. Sailed Kiatuchou,
from Hamburg, for New York, via Cher
bourg. Cherbourg, May 2. Sailed Steamer St.
Paul, from Southampton, for New York.
Queenstown, May 4, 2:20 A. M. Arrived
Cymric, from New York, for Liverpool,
Seattle May 3. Sailed Steamer Edith,
for San Francisco. Arrived Steamer City
of Topeka, from Skagway.
AT THE HOTELS.
Harry P Miller. N Y
W H Lowden, San Fr
J H Tucker. Tacoma
E S Smith, cltr
T J Beaumont. St Jw
A -R Grant, Walla W
A L Castle. Qulncy.Ill
h w Edwards, spokn
Thos "Wren. Spokane
jsawin si Lvy. j i
H Griffith, Chicago
L P Atklnvm, N T
Miss B Condlt. N Y
Mr & Mrs E P Brock
Airs u u&mpbell. nurse
& end. Chicago
W P Wheellhan, "Wis
unas m. uiuck, Grand
Mrs J H Llverdale.NY
W F Nieman. Omaha.
C V Barton. Lou Angls
Wm Roylame & wire
J E Albert, Salem
J T McMIchael &. wife,
G H Graves, San Fr
Ralph Whltlock, Louis
ville W E Leland fc w, city
F Hungerforfi & wf
W I Reed. Oakland
F W Eckstrom. Ban Pr
H D Gaines. N Y
H A McMaster & wf, j
C W Smith, Boston
P J Carter. San Fr
R E Connelly, San Fr
Theo Springer, Chgo
S Saito, Toklo
T W Miles, Seattle
E E Johnston
C I Carr
A B Miller, Marys-
P A Hubbell & wife,
Ann Arbor, Mich
E A Dcmonlln, N X
S C Swift, San Fran
F M Prince, Mlnpls
W A Newton, Chgo
"W H Frost. Chicago
A W Glesy. Salem
W G Pfaff. St Paul
F Rcvle. Everett
Wm Lehman, N Y
W S Barnes i chd,
Mrs Bynori. Seattle
F A Whoellhan, Ever-
r TT UitH. c Y?
P Rcvle, Everett
JJ B Kchl. Wis
C G White. Ererett
Colombia River Scenery. Regulator
Line steamers. Dalles. Cascade Locks and
return dally, except Sunday, from Oak-st.
Henry E Wagner, In
M F Luntz, Pa.
J C Jacer. Dalles
W R Coakus. Mlnnpls
Wm DIttemy, Seattle
W W WhipplcBucoda
P S Whitney, Seattle
J W Hallgarth. Wal-
A B Waterman, Spokr
John H Winter, Kan
T H Behr. Kan
W E Keys, Salem
C V Little, Albany
J O Davis. Kansas Cy
F H Isenberg, do
Mrs P H Iscnberg, do
Mrs E S Gill, Honolulu
A J Packard, Eugene
A E Smith. Chicago
Fred Eidelmlller, Ta
coma Jas M Beverly. Camas
A L Austin. Olympia
Bert Springer, Olympia
F L Grltrner. do
F I Study. Olympia.
E Hofer, Salem
Geo B Haber. Brooklyn,
Geo H Petersoa,SeatUe
H Slunberg. San Fran
G.Major, South Bend,
P M Smith. Anaconda
Kurus urum, Toledo,
G Jones, Chicago
H O Shuer. Seattle
Eugene Prance, Aber
Chos R Beach. Mem
phis C Roberts. Memnhis
W V Fuller. Dalias.Or
w a Dunn, r x
Gus Kraus, N Y
Mrs Gus KrauSf N Y
L W Neston. Vancvr
Mrs John Schlndler, do
Miss Lena Schlndler.do
Miss Marie Schlndler.
C B Todd, Grd Rapids
E F Lentz, do
Thos A Lentz, do
uan Hornsecn. do
Mrs Logan. Eugene JMiss Snyder, Scranton,
M Manasse, Coshoc- Pa
Miss Jones, do
W B Kurtz. Dalles
Henry Heppner, Hepp-
Simon Caro, San Fr
A G Hunt, San Fran
J D Edwards. Tillamk
W A Kennedr, Cascade
J T Locus, Wasco. Or
W E Camp. Omaha
A H Humes. Omaha
O L Henry. Omaha
H D Poymer. Los AneiC W Stone. Astoria.
Mrs H D Poymer. do ,R S Hutchinson, do
C E Culver, Los Angis.Geo A Hall, St Helena
John Rallsen, Blaine A McDougall. Tacoma
J Dlttenhooper, Seattlj
Resnlntor Line Steamers, Dalles,
Cascade Locks. Return daily, Oak-st. dock.
C W. Knowles, Manager.
Jos Carran, Heppner J H Dunlop, Cascade!
Jas Johnston. Japan ID G Andrews, S F
A S Hammond, MedXdS H Friendly, Eugene
IS B Houston. Hlllsboro-
T M Welten. N Yamhl
Mrs T M Welten. do
P E Grant Baker City
Tbos Cormtchei. Gaston
J M Sponsel. st Paul
B M Richardson, Win
lock Mrs P Kuhl, Canyon
W J Lachner, Bakei
F A Moore, Salem
C E Cosawell, Chgo
J L Cosswell, do
C A Schlbrede. city
C E Wolverton, Salem
Mrs C E Wolverton. do
R B Montague, Albany
r r-aiion, l "aui
Mrs I L Patterson,
Sadie Cohen. Denver
R S Bean. Salem
T W Potter. Chemawa
H M Sloudenmeyer, do
win is landon do
J C Mayo. Astoria
Alex Gilbert. Astoria
D K Warren, Warren
Mrs D K Warren, do
H C Thompson. Asto
C S Moore. Salem
O V Hurt. Corvallls
Nell M Verdy, Grand
Mrs L Lyon, Indp
Mrs F S Gould, do
A Vis. do
H Blackman, Heppner!
.airs ii r tampion,
M Cohen, Buffalo
Miss M Cohen, do
C W Kcene. Canyon
S W Root. S A
LMrs J Vis. do
Mrs H J Cook. do
tt V Thompson. Topeka
A B Taylor. Ellensburg
loan Fox, Astoria
H. E. Follett, Newbg
W S Kirk. do
W G Perry & wf, Ast
John Gould, do
I P West, Scappoose
W W Cox, city
J P Sayler. W W
C Eckles. Dundee
Elmer Miller. Warren
G L Tlllotson. Astoria
Geo Williams, Ralnie.
Mrs W Crosley, Red
Chas E Kuhn.Hoquiam
Mrs Sterling. Fair
haven, W ash
E C Hegman & w, SB
Chas Hegman, San Fr
Helen Hegman, San Fr
Frank Stlllman. city
H H McNelly, Sumpter
Chas Sllvu. Rainier
Geo Carr, Vancouver Chas R Hunt. Olympia
Albert Grifllths, Aato Bob Anderson, Aber-
Mrs D Anthony, do
G W Scott, Newark
Chas R Ross, do
Amos Barker and wf.
Los Angel es
Fred C Carlton & son.
Geo Watts & wf, S F
Chas B Vatts & wf. do
Mrs H A Hallett, Red
F R Saunders, Roscbrg
T A McGowan, Gresham
Robt H Turner, Gol-
Chas Hanson, Astoria
Fred Hanson, Astoria
P Carlson & wf, do
Mrs Frank Sterling &
Mrs J D Dean, Eugene
Mrs Wm Watson. Eug
van warner, itamier
Miss Mary Seitzel. Se
attle J A Seitzel. Seattle
H Robb. Eugene
Geo W Phillips, do
Thos D English, do
C D Havens, Aurora.
J E Kroncnberg,
Fred H Banks & wife.
Jos Manary, Marshlndi
n. xt uonaen, Jr.
Washington. D C
Lillian Bedell. Malone.
Mrs J Sayler, Latou-
Chas H Montgomery,
Andrew J Morgan,
O M OLeen, Aberdeen
Miss A Wilson, Cas
M A Mooney, Astoria
Hotel Brunswick, Seattle.
European plan. Popular rates. Modern
improvements. Business center. Near
Tacoma Hotel, Tacoma.
American plan. Rates, (3 and upv
Donnelly Hotel. Tacoma.
European plan. Rates 50c and up.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, May 3. 8 P. M. Maximum
temperature, 54; minimum temperature. 40;
river reading at 11 A. M., C.3 feet; change in
the past 24 hours, 0.2 foot; total precipitation,
5 P. M. to 5 P. M., 0.01 inch; total precipita
tion since Sept. 1, 1001. 35.72 Inches; normal
precipitation since Sept. 1, 1901, 41.70 inches;
deficiency, 5.03 Inches; total sunshine May 2,
1:18; possible sunshine May 2, 14:24.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
L E Blair. Entrpn
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Komloops. B. C...
San Francisco .....
The nlgh.pressure area yesterday evening off
the Southern Oregon coast continues to ad
vance slowly northward, and Is this evening
central off the mouth of the Columbia River.
The pressure is lowest in the central valley of
the United States.
Light scattering showers occurred today in
Western Washington and along the Oregon
coast. Elsewhere In tho states west of the
Rocky Mountains fair weather has prevailed.
It is wanner this evening In this district
eastiof tho Cascade Mountains.
The indications are for partly cloudy weath
er in the North Pacific States Sunday, with
slowly rising temperature In Western Wash
ington and Northwestern Oregon.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 23 hours
ending at midnight Sunday, May 4:
Portland and vicinity Partly cloudy; slowly
rising temperature; variable winds.
Oregon Partly cloudy, except probably light
showers along the coast; slowly rising temper
ature in northwest portion; variable winds.
Washington Partly cloudy, except probably
light showers along the coast: slightly warmer
In west portion; variable winds, mostly west
Idaho Partly cloudy.
A B. WOLLABER,
Acting Forecast Official.
X small Investment of 10c a
day will Tesult in a Mb in
come of from JJO0.00 to MOO 00
monthly payment will result
?.!S! "SSI"8 of noOM Der
?intA . Th investment is
i-s-olu-v Protected ajrainst
Joss. We have a co-operative
plan for ffrowinr and
Producing crude rubber
w men is imiy described in
an InferARMnr- hnnlrl T
tel& ay aDut the process of
Kniuenng sap Ana convert
in it Into crude rubber, as
will be nrartied on mir
plantation. It is most cap-
.nnj raainir ana is au
thentic. Mailed free to any
I 317 Pan-Af xtj
1 San Francisco CaL
FREDERICKSBURG MUSIC HALL
SEVENTH AND ALDER STREETS
In Her Famous Muscle Dance.
CESAR AND LEWIS.
SIX AUSTRALIANS SDC
GEO. TRUMP THE LEGLESS WONDER.
Adjoining Dalles City, to be sold on execution
at The Dalles. May 10. 1002. Inquire (i
Chamber of Commerce.
On improved city and farm property.
R. LIVINGSTONE, Zll Stark st.
50x100, WITH 10-FOOT
alley; choice location, on
Gantenbein ave.. Central
Alblna, easy termst
a H. KORELL. 251 Washington sL
On Improved rlty and farm property, at lowes:
current rates. Building loans. Installment
loans. MacMaater & Sirrell, 311 Worcester lk.
5210.03 8 SW
52 0.00 NW
G2 0.00 W
58 0.00 NW
58 0.00 10 NW
48 12 SW
52 0.14 00 Clm
50 0.04 8 SW
52 0.00 0 W
54 0.00 E
74 0.00 N
04 0.00 0 NW
72 0.00 8 S
54 0.00 10 NW
60 0.00 24 W
541 8 S
50 0.01 10 S
GO 0.02 6 S
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
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ing Rooms," "Situations Wanted." 15 words cr
less, 15 cents; 16 to 20 words, 20 cents; 21 to
25 words. 25 cents, etc. No discount for ad
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS except "New
Today." SO cents for 15 words or less; 16 to
20 words. 40 cents; 21 to 25 words, 60 cents,
etc. first Insertion. Each additional Insertion,
one-half; no farther discount under One month.
"NEW TODAY" (gauge measure agate). 15
cents per line, first Insertion; 10 cents per line
for each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS. ad
dressed care The Oregonlan and left at this
office, should always be Inclosed iu sealed en
velopes. No stamp is required on such letters.
The Oregonlan will not be responsible for er
rors In advertisements taken through the telephone.
NOBLES OF AL KADER
Temple and sojourning Nobles
who desire to attend the Con
clave at San Frahclsco. June
0 to 15, .should communicate
at once with the undersigned.
Round trip rate of $25 by
rail, good for CO days, with
stop-over privilege. Rate will
apply from all main line
.points between Portland and
Asniana. un rare xor rouna
trip from branch line points to main line.
Round trip by boat, $20. Pullman extra.
Those who desire reservations should act
promptly, as the demand may be greater than
the supply. Accommodations in San Francisco
aro limited. If you want to get in. you'll
have to hurry. THOMAS M'CUSKER,
EXCURSION' TO THE DALLES, to be given
by the Sons of Hermann of Oregon, Sunday.
May IS. 1D02. Trains leave Union Depot at
8:30 A. M.; arrive at The Dalles 12 M. Leave
The Dalles 5 P. M. Round trip, $1.00; children
under 0 years, free; 0 to 12 years, 60c Fifteen
minutes' stop at Multnomah Fails, Latourell
Falls and Cascade Locks. This Is going to be
the grandest excursion this season. A very
able committee in this city. In connection with
a very powerful committee selected by the cit
izens of The Dalles, will be able to make trip
and time at The Dalles pleasant, so that every
body will be well pleased. Tickets for sale at
Union Depot and train. All are Invited.
SUNSET LODGE. NO. 130, B. OF R. T., will
give their second grand annual excursion
to The Dalles on Sunday, May 25. AH
are Invited. A. delightful outing along the
Columbia River. It will be the event of
the season. Complete arrangements have been
made for the accommodation and comfort of a
large crowd of people by practical railroad
men. Tickets for salo at any B. B. Rich's
cigar stores and Woodard. Clarke & Co.'s drug
store. Round-trip tickets $1.00.
CRESCENT LODGE. A. O. U. W. All mem
bers are requested to attend meeting Tuesday,
May 6; special 'business.
ROBT. WARWICK, Rec
LODGEROOM Thursday night for rent. Audi
torium Duiming, -io xnira sc
HALL OF PORT INDUS LODGE. D. OF
H. Members Uite notice that Port Indus will
give an evening at hall for Mrs. HeT n,
Wednesday evening. May 7. By order of com
mittee. MRS. F. L MANN. Chairman
MARTHA WASHINGTON CHAP
ter, N. 14. O. E. S. Officers will
meet In hall at 11 o'clock A M., to
prepare for funeral of Sister C M.
Raber. Members requested to attend
funeral. SUSIE C. KRESSMAN, W M.
MAWDSLEY-COOPER On April 29, by the
Rev. Dr. Ireland, William Henry Mawdsley
to Ellen Edith Cooper, third daughter of
Harry Cooper, Esq., J. P., Of the Esplanade,
Nanaimo, B. C
FUNERAL NOTICES. '
RABER Mrs. C. M. Raber. wife- of I. E.
Raber, died Friday, May 2, aged 4S years, 9
months, 22 days. Funeral servles at resi
dence, 30th and East Everett. Sunday. May
4. 1 P. M., under the auspices of Eastern
Star and Rebekah Lodges. Interment at
Rlvervlew cemetery. Friends Invited.
RABER The members of Utopia Rebekah
Lodge. No. 02. L O. O. F., are requested to
attend tho funeral of our late sister. Cyn
tha M. Rabor, at her late residence. Thir
tieth and East Everett streets, today at 1
P. M. By order of N. G..
PARKER Friends and acquaintances are re
spectfully Invited to attend the funeral eerv
lces of Marie E. Parker, which will be held
at the family residence, CS5 Weldler St.. at
2 P. M. today. Interment Lone Fir cem
etery. MARQUAM May 2. 1902, Mrs. Emma Mar
quam. wife of Judge P. A Marquam. aged
0" years. Funeral at 2:30 P. M. Sunday at
First Presbyterian Church. Interment at
J. P. FINLEY fc SON Progressive
Funeral Directors and Embnlmers,
Cor. Third and Jefferson Sts. Com
petent lady ass't. Both, phones No. O.
EDWARD HOLHAN. Undertaker, 4th
and Yamklll sts. Hens Stinson, lady
assistant. Doth phones No. C07.
CLARKE BROS., 283 Morrison St.
Fine soners and floral designs.
A J. FARMER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Grocer, Third and Jefferson Best Eastern
barns, 13c; picnic boms, 8c; 20-pound pall
Shield lard. $1.30; 1 dozen cans devil ham,
40c; 1 sack best Valley flour, 70c; 0 packages
Yuco mush, 25c; 4 packages Mothers mush,
25c; 1 package Scotch oats, 10c; 2 packages
Malta Vita, 5c. good creamery butter, per
roll, 35c; 1 lb. Arm & Hammer soda. 5c; 2
1b. can preferred stock oysters, 25c; 1 bar
Fels-Naptha soap, 5c; 7 bars Owl soap, 25c; U
bars Baby Elephant soap, 25c; 12 bars Royal
Savon soap, 25c; 3-pound package Golddust
wash, ponder, 15c; 5-pound can Gold Leaf
baking powder, $1.10; 1 pound good black
tea, z5c; 1 pound good green tea, 30c; 1
pound Royal baking powder, 40c; 10 pounds
pink beans, 30c; 10 pounds small white beans,
35c; 1-pound package Shepp's cocoanut, 25c;
8 pounds pearl barley, 25c; 7 pounds split
peas, 25c; 10-pound box fresh soda crackers,
50c; 1 box, 3 bars. Buttermilk soap, 10c;
1-gallon can best tablo syrup, 45c; 4-gallon
keg of pickles, SOc; 12 pounds California
prunes. 25c: 1 good house broom, 15c; 100
pound Back best D. G. sugar, $4.35; 2 cans
Crawford peaches, 25c My prices are al
ways the cheapest and quality guaranteed.
FOR SALE ON COLUMBIA SLOUGH. NOT
far from the Vancouver ferry landing, at a
very low price if sold soon, 370 acres Im
proved farm; good house, two barns, a silo,
12 acres fine orchard. Millet, potatoes, etc.,
have been very successfully cultivated In
60 to 100 acres; no finer meadow and graz
ing lands. This Is truly a snap. Price
$0000. M. G. Griffin, Lewis Building, 350 &
COFFEE LAST WEEK'S SALES ECLIPSES
all previous records of our 25c pound Java
and Mocha Coffee. This coffee cannot be
bought for less than 35c pound elsewhere. A
10-pound box macaroni, 35c; 4 pounds gen
uine whole codfish, 25c Fresh creamery but
ter, 40c per square. These squares will av
erage 34 ounces. We lead, others .try to fol
low. California Market, 1S5 Third. Phone
Main S53; Col. Oil.
TIMBER AND HOMESTEAD RIGHTS; GOOD
Government land will soon be a thing of the
past. We bave private information of a few
choice claims, and will guarantee co-rect
filings. Full Information on application at
offices Ames Mercantile Agency, Ablngton
FOR SALE 20.000 SHARES OF CASCADIA
Mining & Development Company (Polar Star)
stock, St. Helens mining district. Company
telling stock at 50 cents. We offer this block
for 25 cents per sbara. L H. Bingham, 110
PARROTS FOR SALE A LOT OF YOUNG
South American parrots, at $6.50 each;
this price holds good only till May 15th. 500
cacti and lots of cavles at reduced price.
Portland Bird Co., 304 3d st.
TWO SNAPS 2 MODERN 0-ROOM NEW
bouses, corner 0th and East Everett sts.;
now open for inspection; don't fall to see
them. Buchtel & Roberts, 373 E. Burnside
FOR SALE PAYING. WELL-ESTABLISHED
grocery, prominent West Side street: reason
able rent: stock at invoice; no bonus for
trade. Address H 97. Oregonlan.
WANTED LIMITED NUMBER OF Cus
tomers tor fresh eggs. For particulars ad
dress boxvCS. Palestine. Or.
SHEEHY BROS. CARRY A SELECT LINE
of wall paper, painting and kalsomlning;
good work. 103 Sixth.
TWO HOUSES AND LOT, 60x90 ON GRAND
ave. near Burnside; price $2600. Buchtel &
Roberts, 373 Burnside.
Choice Property For Sale.
150 feet en Washington st.. between 21st and
22d. If you want' to buy or sell real estate
call and see Frank E. Hart. 105 Sherlock bids.
25x100 ON JOHNSON,
near Z3d street; only
$350 cash, balance easy
C. H. KORELL, 251 Washington at.
Choice Building Sites
Very sightly quarter block. Mount
Desirable lot on East 10th .?t.; good
Good lot on East Yamhill st; very
Desirable nuorter block on East Da
vis st; easy terms.
Well-located lot on 13th st
Sightly lots on East 20th et, near
Desirable half-block. Mount Tabor;
Choice lots on East Couch et
Desirable lots on East 28th st, near
car line. i
Lots close to Mount Tabor car line.
Many More Choice Lots on bur
Hartinan, Thompson & Powers,
3 Chamber of Commerce.
Real Estate and Loans
C ft 50 5-room cottage, lot 50x100.
Si 000 roo,n house, lot 50x100.
SI 250 8-room. house, lot 50x100.
SI 400 7room house, lot 50x100.
SI 500 7room nouse. it 50x100.
$1600 7room cottage, lot 07x150.
Si 800 8"roo,n house, lot 50x100.
g g00 8-room house. lot 100x100.
S3 000 s"rooxn house, lot 100x100. .
S9flA 4-room house, barn. 100 acres, all
a5UU in cultivation.
K9Snn 7-room modern house, ground 200x
sSiOUV joo al ln frultt .ijount Tabor.
Lota $50 to $2000.
Acreage, timber lands, jck ranches.
321 Morrisoii Street.
S3000 " acres near Mount Scott well lm
S2S00 12 seres, with good improvements, at
$R( "0 acres. 6 miles east of Oregon City;
0t,u partially Improved,
e 4.Q0 1C0 acres near Forest Grove..
S 600 5 acrcs m Elyvllle, near Oregon City.
QinrtO Very desirable farm ot 40 acres,
xuuu close ta Portland.
Q3nnn 10-acre tract, mile from Albany;
ipouwv improvements good.
KRftA 030 acres la Benton County; good
jpOtUU 8toclc farm.
CI ft ftftft320 acres, all In cultivation, best
t,J-uuuufarmlng district ln Oregon.
S 600 5 acrcs miles from Portland, near
Farms for Sale in all Parts of
Hartinan, Thompson & Powers,
3 Chamber of Commerce.
My Entire Stock of
Carpets, Rugs, Matting, Iron Beds,
Folding Beds, Pillows, Mattresses,
Ranges, Graniteware, etc., regard
less of cost.
214 First St, Cor. Salmon
OPEN EVEIY NIGHT
Lots for salo ln this fine tract of land, so
conveniently situated on the east side of the
river, closely connected between three car
lines the Woodstock-Waverxy and Richmond
car line on Clinton st. the Oregon City and
Sellwood car line on Milwaukee at., the Brook
lyn and Car Shops line on Powell st All ad
joining the property. All large lots, ln price
from $400 to $850. on moderate term. Their
convenience and being so closely ln, make
them very desirable building lots.
J. Y. 0GH.BEE,
Boom 11, 143& First st
THINK OF IT.
A good C-room house and acre of ground;
fruits of all kinds, good barn, cow and lots
of chickens; one block from car line. Price
$2250. We are selling Uncoln Park lot3 very
cheap, on installment plan. We have some
specially good residence lots on both sides of
the Willamette at very attractive prices.
MAXWELL & KNAPP
Boom 2 Chamber of Commerce.
f- a J INVESTMENT 4
l"Vl T3 linnn lafse houses and 100
LAllO UUUU T 10. w blocks
from business center
(West Side); monthly rental $100; absolutely
gilt-edge: price $12,500; only $3500 cash, bal
ance long time. C. H. KORELL,
251 Washington st-
-g OAA 60 acres, 2 miles from Columbia
ylj River; easy to handle: guarantee
yl ww 100 cords to the acre. asy terms.
Hartinan, Thompson & Powers
3 Chamber of Commerce.
For Sale A large, modern 8-room house;
furnace, grate, cement basement, beautiful
grounds, 100x100; all In good order. Will "be
sold for almost what improvements cost
Northwest corner East ICth and East Yamhill.
F. W. TOROLER, 100 Sherlock building.
30x100 ON JOHNSON
near 23d. This Is
rare chance to set a
home site In . that
choicest location for comparatively little mon
ey; only $375 cash, balance long time.
C. H. KORELL, 251 Washington st
On Portland real estate at lowest rates.
Tltle3 Insured. Abstracts furnished.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.
T Chamber of Commerce.
300x100 FEET ON COR
ner Pacific and Union
ave. (one block from Hol
laday ave.): nrlce 2500.
only 5300 cash, balance long time.
a H. KORELL, 251 Washington st
TRINITY CHCKCH SITE
Is for sale, and offers will be entertained for
the whole site or separate lots, at reasonable
prices and terms, to be ascertained frcm the
exclusive agents. F. V. Andrews &. Co., Hamil
AND LOT IN NOB HILL
district near 23d - street
car line;, price $5230, easy
BUY A HOME
S-room home on 12th st
$-ififjn 7-room cottage on Northrup street1;
ijji nearly new;
fi33frft Fine residence on East Ankeny; all
"l,oul' modern comeniences.
S3200 "room house and full lot, very choice
'5970 Quarter1 block and 9-room house; lo
D4UV cation flrat cjass
C"l CJiA 7-room house, -acre land; $350
v1""" down, small installments.
QlJ-fi 5-room cottage, with 10 lots; small
S1300 eat C-roon cottage, Jn Sunnyslde.
S1250 ComforaDle cottage on East Salmon
eisnft 8-room house on Montgomery st;
jptfcOUU .flrst-class order.
Q19rt 4-room cottage and lot on Flint st;
SS500 c"room house on Gllsan st
QKOA Modern dwelling on East Taylor st,
"Pouuv jU3t flninei.
S2750 DcsIrabIe home and two lots, Sunny
Q3ftn Full lot very sightly located, with
S10 000 "Well-located 10-room residency
Easy Payments-on Any of the
Hartinan, Thompson & Powers,
3 Chamber of Commerce.
236 Acres at $20 Per Acre,
13 miles east of Portland, 2 miles from GYesh
am. A good bargain.
Two. fin suburban homes, $1200 and $1500.
6-rbom house, 12th and East Oak, corner,
50x50. '$1600, a- snap.
Lots In Llnwood Add., 30th and Division
sts.. $200, on Installments.
100x100. East 13th and East Pine. $3000,
100x100, Union ave. and. Shaver. $1300.
100x100, East 12th and East Ash. $3000.
50x100. East Stark and East 10th, $1300.
Be Sure anfl See This Snap.
00x100 on S. E. cor. Grand ave. and East
Stark, two-story building and 8-room dwelling
A snap in a T-room house, Harrison ave. and
Thomas st, $1200. - )
00x100. V. E. cor. East Morrison and East
J. L. WELLS & CO., 100 Grand ae.
$1300 Lps on Northrup. between 19th and
tl-JOO-Lots on 20th, near Marshall.
1500 Lots on 10th, between Lovejoy and
$1600 Corner lots on 20th and Northrup.
$3200 Quarter block. 10th and Northrup.
$5500 Five lots, 22d and Thurman. Also
lots In Johnson's,- Cedar Hill and Ardmore.
SHAW, MAJLEOD & CO..
243 Stark st
A NEW HOME.
For Sale An up-to-date, new G-room-and-attlc
house, full lot: nice location, on East 24th.
btween East Couch and East Davis, facing
east Go look at the place. Part cash, bal
ance easy monthly payments if wanted. For
full particulars call on
F. W. T0RGLEB,
106 Sherlock building.
FORD &' LAWS
Successors to J. T. Wilson.
Wednesday, May 7th, at 182 First
St, at 10 A. M.
"We Trill aell on tbls date a select
lot of furnitnre, cnrpetit, etc., com
prising oak mantel bed, fine oalc sid
sideboard, iron beds, lace curtalnti,
oalc bedroom seta, wprings, mat
tressen, child's bed yvlth hair niat
treas, separate drcasers, a fine lot of
choice liooks Ity bent authors, six
rollH fine mattings, n. nice assort
ment of carpets, upholstered parlor
rockers, oak extension tables, cen
ter tables, dlnlnjc oiinlrs, couches
refrigerator, Hewing machine, pic
tures, hIx good coolc iitovex, kitchen
snfc, kitchen treasure, dishes, glajta
ivare, ladles' bicycle, etc.
FORD & LAWS, Auctioneers.
Friday, Aay 9th, at 182 First St.,
at 10 A. M. Select lot of Gro
ceries, Fixtures, etc.
There has been removed to our
salesrooms a large stock of fine gro
ceries from Union avenue, which we
will close out at auction sale. You
will find the usual line of ten, coffee,
canned goods, bottled goods, spices,
baking powders, cigars, tobacco,
mushes, soap, syrup, vinegar, ilour,
etc. Also the balance of the Jullen
& Smith stock, which makes a line
stock to sell from; the fixtures con
sist of show-cases, counter and
outchera' scales, tables, refrigera
tor, meat sllcers and oil tank.
FORD & LAWS, Auctioneers.
MONDAY, TUESDAY and
WILL BE THE LAST DAYS OF THE GREAT
PERSIAN RUG SALE
AT OUR SALESROOMS, CORNER ALDER
AND PARK STREETS. All who have at
tended this sale admit it to be the best col
lection ever brought to Portland. Don't miss
this opportunity to attend a sale that not only
affords you bargains, but also a chance to
study and admire those wonderful works of
art SALES EACH DAY' AT 2 AND 8 P. M.
GEO. BAKER & CO., Auctioneers.
Tuesday Next, May 6 th
ATTRACTIVE SALE OF GENUINE MAHOG
ANY, BIRDSEYE MAPLE AND GOLDEN
OAK FURNITURE. MOQUETTE AND BRUS
SELS CARPETS, RUGS, ETC.
at BAKER'S AUCTION ROOMS
Corner Alder and Park. We are Instructed by
the owner to sell., without reserve, the follow
ing high-class furniture, etc., comprising.
Genuine mahogany desk and bookcase, com
bined, with circular-glass door and French--plate
mirror; handsome oak rockers, with real
leather upholstered seats, upholstered chairs
and divans; pretty couches, ln velour and
tapestry; costly parlor tables, unique designs;
pictures; fine lace curtains- portieres; Mo
queue and Brussels carpets; Snjjrna rugs; art
squares; 11 yards good Brussels stair car
pet; very fine golden oak round extension
table, with heavy fluted legs; set of costly
box-seat chairs: sideboard, with, large mirror;
silverware; books; hall mirror; elaborate Iron
bedsteads, ln fancy enamels, with heavy brass
trimmings; also Flemish finish; best Yum Yum
springs; curled-hair and other mattresses; best
quality pillows; very fine blrdseye maple dress
er, with large plate mirror; dressers. In golden
oak, with oval mirrors; chiffoniers; oak cabi
net folding bed: go-cart; gent's wheel; gas
range; first-class refrigerator; lawn mower,
and other effects.
On view tomorrow (Monday).
SALE TUESDAY AT 10 A. M. SHARP.
GEO, BAKER & CO., Auctioneers.
Thursday Next, May 8fh
AT BAKER'S AUCTION ROOMS, we shall
sell the complete furnishings of residence, re
moved from East Side, comprising: Parlor
and dining furniture, bedroom sets. Including
antique mahogany bedstead, carpets, stoves,
etc. Sale at 10 A. M.
GEO. BAKER & CO., Auctioneers.
Special Auction Sale of Hand
some Household Furniture,
Elegant? Carpets, Quarter
sawed Oak Dining-room Fur
niture, Cnt Glassware, etc.
We are instructed, on account
of departure, to sell by pub
lic auction at the residence,
625 Everett Street, -
between 19fli and 20th, to
morrow, Monday, May 5th,
Commencing at 10 o'Clock
150 yards very pretty parlor, hall and stair
CARPETS (recently purchased): a pretty,
small settee, mahogany frame; mahogany
rocker; solid mahogany unique table; plana
chair; couch, with drapery (spring edge);
costly music rack; arm cnalr; pretty center
table, mahogany finish; comfortable uphol
stered rocker: VERY HANDSOME DINING
ROOM FURNITURE. IN QUARTER-SAWED
OAK. INCLUDING EXTENSION TABLE. 14
FEET, SIX DINING CHAIRS. VERY HAND
SOME SIDEBOARD. EXTREMELY HAND
SOME CHINA CLOSF.T (PLAIN, WITH
SWELL-GLASS SIDES; BEAUTIFUL CUT
GLASSWARE: platedware; handsome dining
room CARPET, ln body Brussels; tableware;
fine HAVILAND CHINA DISHES; SIDE
TABLE, for dining-room; BOOKCASE. In oak;
rockers; odd chairs; tea and tablespoons;
blueware (a very old antique -chair, from the
South); combination DESK and BOOKCASE;
engravings; HANDSOME SOLID OAK BED
ROOM SUITS, complete: COSTLY CHIFFO
NIERS, In oak. WITH AND WITHOUT MIR
RORS: JAPANESE BELL GONG; child's
crib, with springs; hammock: hamper; odd
stands; chairs; linoleum; refrigerator; steel
range, complete; graniteware; lawn mower;
cream freezer; kitchen treasure, and many
useful lots of HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS;
Buyers will find this an EXCELLENT OP
PORTUNITY to purchase. Sale commences 10
A. M, with tne parlor and. dining-room fur
niture, tomorrow (Monday), at 625 EVERETT
STREET. S. L. N. GILMAN.
Tery Attractive Auction Sale of
Elegant Furniture. We are
instructed by a lady, who has
the goods stored, to sell by
public auction on
Tuesday Next, May 6th,
10 A. M., at
411 Washington Street,
goods removed to rooms for
convenience of sale.
All the SPLENDID HOUSE FURNISHINGS,
Including: Elegant Symrna, Wilton and Ax
mlnster RUGS. 0x12 feet each; costly SET
TEES: English BREAKFAST TABLE; $val
mirror; WARDROBE COUCH,, and couch; in
VELOUR; very handsome TWICE-FOLDING
BED. In polished oak; very pretty ENAM
ELED BEDSTEAD, with springs and mat
tress; DRESSER and COMMODE. EN SUITE;
very handsome SOLID OAK BEDROOM SUIT
(dresser has solid FRENCH-PLATE SERPEN
TINE MIRROR; the best CURLED -HAIR
MATTRESS; costly ODD DRESSERS; very
pretty LADY'S DRESSING CASE. In MA
HOGANY; extremely handsome BUFFET,
with large plate mirror; sawed OAK. EXTEN
SION TABLE, 14 feet; three very handsome
square BOOKCASES: DRESSER and COM
MODE, in white maple; elegant CARPETS;
valuable paintings; refrigerator; steel RANGE;
PORTIERES; PALMS; solid MAHOGANY
TEA TABLE; Roman seat; DAVENPORT;
pretty BRASS BEDSTEADS; springs; DRAP
ERIES: screen; CENTER TABLES (very
pretty): HALL RACK, In quartered oak; lawn
mower; kitchen treasure; ODD BUREAUS;
SMALL RUGS. In Axmlnster, and a very fine
old PERSIAN RUG; crockery; glassware, etc.
Sale TUESDAY". MAY 6. at 10 A. M., at
ROOMS. 411 Washington st.
N. B. Buyers will Jlnd this an excellent
line of furniture, etc
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
Special Auction Sale of Honse
hold Furniture at residence.
We are instructed by Mr- Wm.
Wadhams to sell by public auc
tion at residence,
294 Tenth Street,
corner of Columbia, on
Wednesday Next, Jay 7th,
at io a. ar.,
ALL THE FURNITURE. ETC.. OF RESI
DENCE, Including: BODY BRUSSELS CAR
PETS; sofa; easy chair; lace curtains; COM
FORTABLE ROCKERS; handsome BRONZH
CLOCK; hall rack; umbrella, holder; LIBRARY
TABLE; extension table; dining chairs; side
board; heating stove, complete; antique desk;
carpet sweeper; VERY HANDSOME FRENCH
BURL WALNUT BEDROOM suit; DRESSER,
EXTREMELY HANDSOME, with very LARGE
FRENCH-PLATE MmROR; curled-hair and
spring mattresses; whatnot; toilet crockery;
pretty OAK BEDROOM SUITS, COMPLETE,
with SPRINGS and MATTRESSES; odd be
steads, complete, wltn mattressesr matting;
stands; chairs; table crockery; four-hole GAS
RANGE; HALL AND STAIR CARPETS; hall
chair; COOKING RANGE, with water coil;
garden hose; graniteware; REFRIG2RATOR;
fruit Jars; step-ladder; KITCHEN TREAS
URE, and many other lots.
Sale WEDNESDAY NEXT. 10 A. M., at
204 TENTH street, corner Columbia,
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
Auction Sale of Household Fnr
Friday Next, May 9th,
411 Washington Street,
We will sell, on account of departure of tha,
owner from the city, a fine line of hn!ut.M
furniture, Comprising the entire furniture- arid
fittings of residence.
Sale FRIDAY NEXT, 10 A. M., at 411 Wasa-
8. L. N. GILMAN, Auction,
a H. KORELU 251 Tffi-sahlnrton it