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THIT STOOXflOr bREGONrix, POBTLANI),. OCTOBER 1 22,J 19&sl :
SOCIETY OF JAPANESE ART ADMIRERS
Isotliiug will 13e reserved. Every article will go to the
highest bidder. Any article in the exhibit vrill.be put up on
request and.sold. .
These exhibits have been Gold-Medal winners at every
iWbrJd's Fair.. ; The exhibitors will not reship their exhibits
to the empire of - 4 '-;
RINGS BIG CARGO
Steamer Aragonia Due From
DREDGE LADD IN DRYD0CK
Iiighthouse-Tcndcr Mnnzanita Will
Be Raised Steamer Roanoke
to Carry Igorrotcs to San
The steamer Aragonia is due here from
the. Orient, via San Francisco, tomorrow
night. Ier cargo for Portland consists
mainly of tea, matting and Chinese mer
chandise, and she will load out of Port
land with grain and flour for the Orient.
She is due to sail from liere October 3L
The repairs to the, Government dredgo
W. S. Ladd, which went on the drydock
Friday, were completed yesterday after
noon, and she will be floated at 8 o'clock
this morning. She will leave the harbor
on Monday to complete her work on the
Private advices received in Portland
yesterday from J. H. Roberts, who is
raising the llghthousc-tcndcr Manzanlta.
Roanoke. San Francisco
Kruger. San Francisco
F. A. Kllburn. San Franclgco.
Costa Rico, San' Francisco...
Due to Depart.
Aurella. San Francisco.......
Columbia. San Francisco
Roanoke, San Francisco
Rcdondo. San Francisco......
Northland. San Francisco....
Kruger, San Francisco.......
F. A. Kllburn. San Francisco
Costa Rica. San Francisco. . . .
Redondo. San Francisco ;
stated that the wrecking work ras pro
gressing favorably, and that the ship
would be raised within the next few days.
Under a' contract completed yesterday,
the. steamer Roanoke, when she sails for
Saa Francisco on Tuesday night, will
carry 45. Igorrotes, the members of the
native village at the Lewis and Clark
Fair. Tho Igorottes are oound for Los
Angeles, where they will be a feature in
the new attraction. "Venice,', near there.
The Croydon is ducJn San Francisco to
day, and should be in Portland ny October
0, in time to save .her charter.
The French bark Touraine, underchar-
flm the Oriental
AS BEEN LIMITED TO 20,000,-NO MORE JOINERS WILL BE ACCEPTED-COME
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THE $300,000.00 WORTJI OF EXHIBITS REMAINING IN
ter to Balfour, Guthrie & Co., and which.;
left San Francisco September 25, varrlved
in Astoria yesterday. She will come to
Portland to load wheat for the United
The Carradale will shift from Banfield-
Veyscy's dock to Martin's dock tomorrow
.morning, and the Durbridge will take her'
berth at the former dock to discharge bal
last. "When the Knight Errant finishes
loading at Montgomery No. 2, the Carra
dale will move in there for cargo, as 'will
also the Oregon now lying in the stream.
The Knight Errant should finish loading
at Montgomery No. 2 tomorrow, and it is
understood that she will then go to Puget
Sound to complete her cargo for the
Orient. She will take on about 7400 tons
of grain here.
The Russian bark Fennla, chartered by
George "W. McNear. will complete her
cargo of 3700 tons of grain at the Irving
dock tomorrow, and will sail for the
United Kingdom on Wednesday.
Position of Grain Ships.
The position of the grain ships In the
harbor last night was as follows: Load
ing Knight Errant, at Montgomery No.
2: Auchenblac. at Oceanic dock; Fennla,
at Irving dock. In the streamOregon,
partly loaded, and Durbridge. With car
go. Clan JIcFarlane, at Oceanic dock: dis
charging ballast, Carradale, at Banfleld-
Veysey's dock; chartered. Adolf, at O. "W.
P. & R; Co. s dock, and Oceano, partly
loaded, at Victoria Dolphins.
The lumber schooner Ethel Zane wont
down the river yesterday, in tow of the
The Oceano shifted from the Tortland
Flouring Mills to Victoria Dolphins las
night, in order to give the Algoa an op
portunlty to load. The Algoa moved from
the bunkers to the mills.
The schooner Chas. EL Moody, from San
Francisco, left up from Astoria yesterday
aftornoon. under tow of the Harvest
Queen. She will load for the Northwest
Warehouse Company, carrying grain to
Further definite announcement has been
made that the steamer F. A. Kllburn will
leave San Francisco on Monday for Port
land, calling In at Eureka and Coos Bay
en route. She is due to arrive Thursday,
October 26, and will leave again on tho
The steamer Telegraph is expected fir
nave ner improvements compietea oy
Tuesday, and should "go into commission
on Wednesday. ' '
Carries 1unibcr Cargo.
The steamer Aurolla' will sail for San
Francisco this afternoon at 4 o'clock. ' She
takes out a full passenger list and'a. cargo
of lumber from 'the Portland Lumber
The schedule of the Redondo has been
changed, by reason of her having been
placed on the drydock in San Francisco
for a general overhauling and painting.
She will come oft the dock this week, and
should arrive in Portland by October 23.
The W. H. Kruger Is due to arrive here
tomorrow, and to sail for San Pedro, by
way of San Francisco, on Thursday.
The steamer Columbia arrivod from San
Francisco last night with a full cargo of
merchandise, but with a passenger list of
only 40. The officers of tho ship report
a distinct falling off in the northbound
travel since the close of the Exposition,
The Columbia had fair weather all the
way up tho coast. Shels' due to sail to
morrow night with all her passenger and
cargo space tRken.
Tho French bark Asle. belonging to the
Portland grain fleet, sailed from Hobart.
Tasmania, oh September 2S, according- to
advices received yesterday.
The intention of having the Algoa break
all former records for flonc cargoes has
oeen given up. owing to Inability to secure
a straight cargo of flour. The steamer
will therefore take on a mixed cargo of
Hour and gram
The Steamer Alliance arrived at the
Couch-street dock from Eureka last night.
She -was brought here iby Captain Obi
strom. in place of Captain Hardwlclc, re
cently resigned. Captain Ohlatrom will
now go to Gray's Harbor tc take com
mand of the steamer Aberdeen, and the
Alliance's sow master. Captain Bernard
AT 10 A. M.
'America gets the.benefit. If youwaut a souvenir worth
- a King's ransom, go with the crowd to the OrienfalBiulding
at the Exposition grounds and get a
: . MEMORIAL
: -Okthe greatest and grandest Pair ever known in the Occident..
Kelly, will arrive hero In tianj to take
the ship out."
REGULATOR STICKS OX SANDS
Wheat-Laden, She Spends Twelve'
Honrs Hard Aground.
The river steamer Regulator arrived
undamaged at her.'dock yesterday after
noon, after having been hung on a sand.
bar near Onconta Gorge for over 13
The accident occurred late Friday night
while the Regulator was coming down
from The Dalles, loaded heavily with
wheat and carrying 100 passengers. The
boat was landed near Oneonta Gorge to
let off some passengers. In making tho
landing a strong wind coming down the
canyon helped to drive her hard in tho
soft, "gummy" beach, with the result
that, being loaded down, she stuck fast.
Word was sent to the Portland otflces"
and the Joseph Kellogg was sent to
Oneonta early yesterday morning to aid
tne Keguiator. Efforts to pun ineMaticr
off, however, were unavailing, so tho
Kellogg returned to Portland with the
Regulator passengers. Later in the day
the Bailey Gatzert succeeded in hauling
the Regulator off the sands, and she
came to Portland unharmed.
The Regulator discharged her wheat.
brought from Lylc, at the Portland
Flouring Mills yesterday afternoon. She
returned to The Dalles late last night
and will resume her schedule on "Monday.
The up-river passengers booked for the
Regulator yesterday will be taken by the
Bailey Gatzert this moving.
CAPTAIX HOOGHKIRK A HERO
Iralda's Master Saves Mother and
Son From Drowning.
True heroism was shown yesterday by'
Captain C. I. Hooghklrk, of the steamer
Iralda. in the rescue from drowning of
Mrs. Clifford. Harris and her 7-year-old
The incident occurred near Willow Bar,
about 18 miles- below Portland. The Har
ris family run a dairy near tbore, and
ship milk to Portland by the Iralda every
morning. The cans of milk from the
Harris dairy arc delivered to the Iralda
in , midstream, and, as customary.- the
milk was taken out to the steamer yes
terday in a -small boat containing Mrs.
Harris and her son, a hired man handling
As the cans were being passed front the
rowboat to the steamer, however, the for
mer capsized, throwing its occupants into
the river and in a current that rapidly
carried them away. Captain Iiooghkirk,
who was standing outside tho pbt-house,
saw the accident Immediately, and. with
out a moment's hesitation, plunged into
the river and succeeded in catching tne
mother and son and holding them in
safety until relief came from the steamer.
Had It not been for tho prompt and cour
ageous action of the Iralda's master, it' is
certain that the accident would have re
sulted In death.
ABERDEEN. Wash.. Oct. 21. (Special.)
The schooner Dora Bluhm has been de
layed here owing to the putting in . of a
The Llndstrom Shipbuilding Company
will build a steam schooner for' the Hart
Wood Mill Company. x
Tup Rivalry F.nds In Blows.
ABERDEEN. Wash.. Oct. 2L (Special.)
As a result of a feud between tho cap
tains of the harbor steamers Progress.
Skookum and Fleetwood, all three were
arrested and tried today on the chargo
of assault w and battery. Their fines
amounted to a total of 51CG.
Barge Malta Missing: on Lakes.
ALPENA. Mich., Oct. 21. The big steel
barge Malta, with a crew of eight, and
owned by the Pittsburg Steamship Com-
MONDAY, OCTOBER 23
pany, is missing. She was .in tow of the
steamer William Lynn, and broke -away
during the storm yesterday morning in
Domestic and Foreign Ports.
ASTORIA. Or.. Oct. 21. Condition of the
bar at S P. M.. smooth: wind, northwest:
weather, cloudy. Arrived down at 5 - and
called at 3:45 A. M. Steamer Aberdeen, for
Gray's Harbor. Arrived at O and left up at
S A. il. Steamer Alliance, from Cock Bay
and Eureka. Arrived at 7 and let: up at Jl
A. JL Steamer Columbia, from. San Fran
cisco. Sailed at S A. M. Schooner Virginia.
for San Francisco. Arrived down at 8 A. M.
German bar Ellbek. Arrived at 12 noon
Steamer Kim ore. from Tillamook. Sailed at
1:30 P. 11. Schooner Oakland, for Ean Fran
dico. Left up at 3 P. 31. American ship
Chaa. E. Moody. Arrived at 3 P. M; Fpech
baric Touraine. from San Francisco
Sm Franca co, Oct. 21. Sailed Bark Gene
vieve, for Molonos. Irwlch; steamer San
Juan, for Ancon: .steamer Coptic, for Honc
kong; ahlp. Port Logan, for Port Townsend;
Kteamer Coronado, for Gray's Harbor; atearaer
G. C. Undauer, for Gray's Harbor; steamer
Navarro, Jacobs captain, fcr Eureka. Arrived
Steamer Centralis. Erick?on captain, 68
hours from Gray's Harbor, bound south, put
in to land passengers. Arrived Steamer Costa.
Rica, from Portland; schooner W. F. Jewett.
from Columbia River; schooner Ivy. from
Coom Bay; steamer Santa Monica, from Gray's
Hobart. Oct. 2I.-Salled Sept. 2S, French
bark Arte, for Portland. .
Spoken September 19. latitude 57 south,
longitude 76 west. French bark Admiral Cour
bet. from Barry, for San Francisco. October
2. latitude 14 north, longitude 26 west, Brit
ish ship Australasia, front Antwerp, for San
DUwMer Schooner Seven Sisters was blown
ashore two miles north of Nome, and will be
a total loss.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
JABOUR-ltOirTRAX-Georxe Jabour. 31;
Julia Moutran. 21.
THOMPSON-HAG EXT Herman II. Thomp
son. 2S, 01 East Twenty-second street; Anna.
Prudence Haiceny. 19.
M'1'HERSOX-CAUE.DER-Gordon B. McPher
on. 32; Mary Elsie Caulder. 24.
ARXAUD-ZAOXIE Tony Arnaud. 49, Fourth
and Everett streets; Rous Zaonle, 2tf.
JOHXSON-MULLER-Per Johnson, 27, lone;
OIra Muller. 27.
CHIN LOUIE At 65 Second street. October
IS. to the wife of Chin Louie, a son.
VIGGERS At S50 East Clinton reet. Oc
tober L. to tho wife of Joshua. Vlcaers, a
M'CLOSKET At 4&S Everett street. October
19, to the wife of Joseph McCloskey, a son.
FUL.LERTOX At 327 East Seventh street,
October 20. to the wtfa of William Henry
Fnllerton, aT son. -
WILKINS-At 332 East Fifteenth street
North, September 24. to tho wife of Kelby
Wllklnjt, & daughter.
FULliNER At 392 Fairbanks avenue. Oc
tober 19, to the wife of Herman Fullner, a ion.
GALE At 894 East Couch street. October
19. "James O. Gile. a native of Massachusetts,
axed 71 years, 4 months and 9 days.
KI.DREDGE At St. -Vincent's Hospital. Oo-
tober 19. John Eldredge, a native of Enrlacd.
aced SO years.
ADAM W1EG ANT Dwelling. Morrta street;
J. E. BOTDSTOX Dwelling. Garfield street,
between .Shaver and Mason; $1500.
J. E. BOTDSTOX Dwelling. Garfield street,
between Shaver and Mason; J 1500.
HAMBLET & GOSSUX Flat. Columbia
street; between Seventh and Park; J4000."
HAMBLET & GOs'SMX Flat, Columbia
street, between Seventh and Park; $4000.
W. A. BARTON Dwelling, East Davis
street, between East Twenty-ninth and East
Thirtieth: SI S00.
BEX WEST Repair of dwelling on East
Morrison street, between Union and Grand
MRS. MINNIE RAI.PH-rRepaIr.oC dwelling
at 793 East Seventh street North: 3200.
OTTO KLEBMAN Swelling, East Ash
etreet, between Sast Ttreaty-elshth and East
Session Continues" All Day
THE JAPANESE SECTION WILL BE
FAST'TRI FOR NEW LINE
OMAHA-LOS ANGELES HOUTE SERV
ICE IS PLANNED.
Ualoa Pacific Abbobhccs Dally Limited
Trnln Via Salt Lake to South
OMAHA. Neb., Oct. 21. (Special.)
Business is so greatly on the increase
with the Union Pacillc that an entirely
new dally train is announced today to
make the run from Omaha to Southern
California. This will be no slow train
but a. second Overland Limited with
time equal to that now made by the
San Francisco overland. The train will
be put in operation nbbut December 1.
but it has not been determined as yet
whether It will leave Omaha in the
morning- or evening.
This unnamed limited train will run
to Salt Lake and thence to Los Angeles
over the new San Pvedro, Los Angeles
& Salt Lake line. It will be the most
modern train that money can buy, elec
tric lighted, with observation car." and
high class in all equipment particu
lars. Tho Union Pacific Is at present
operating; tourist cars over the San
Pedro line, which is owned Jointly by
E. H. Ilarriman and Senator "W. A.
Clark, of Montana. These will be con
tinued in addition to the thoroughly
first-class train which will be put tn
service as soon as the equipment can
Bigamist Blows Off Ills Head.
AITKIN. Minn.. Oct. 21. Dr. W. C.
Arons. the bonescttcr, convicted of
bigamy and srand larceny, and yester
day sentenced by Judge Spooner to six
years in the penitentiary at Stillwater.
committed suicide in his pell this
morninp at 9 o'clock, blowing; the top
of his head completely off with, a Colt
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Oct. 21. Maximum tempera
ture. 02 deg.; minimum, 3S. River reading
at 11 A. M.. 2 feet; change In past 24
hour. falL 0.2 of a foot. Totat precipita
tion. T. P M. to 5 P. M.. none; total, since
September 1. 1905. 7.25 Inches; normal .4.25
inches; excess. 3 Inches. Total sunshine
October 20, 10 hours and 42 mlnutesr pos
sible, 10 hours and 42 mlirates.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
K&mloop. B. C.
North Head .
Salt Lake City..
San Francisco. . .
Tatoosh Istond. .
. - CO 0.00
. 46 0.00
52 0.00 8IN
J52 0.00 4JW
.150 0.00 4ISW
.!50l0.00( 8 N
Clouds are beginning to gather along the
Washington coast and In the Sound Country
as a result of the eastward movement of
the high pressure area that has been central
for the last few days over Idaho and West
ern Montana. No rain has fallen anywhere
west of the Rocky Mountains and. the tera
MONDAY AND GET YOUR
25c ON THE DOLLAR
Or less, has been the reigning price during the auction sales'
held the past week in the Japanese Section of the Oriental
peratures are. generally slightly higher than
they were yesterday.
The Indications are for Increasing cloudi
ness Sunday In Western Oregon and West
ern Washington with showers near the coast
and lower temperatures In the Interior. In
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington, and
Idaho fair weather will continue with slow
ly rising temperatures.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 23
hours ending at midnight. October 22:
Portland and vicinity Increasing cloudi
ness with slightly lower temperature dur
ing the afternoon. Southeasterly winds.
Wesiwrn Oregon and Western Washington
Increasing cloudiness with showers near
coast. Cooler interior. Easterly winus.
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and
Idaho Fair with slowly rising temperatures.
EDWARD A. BEAL8. District Forecaster.
Corner Vaughn and Twenty-fourth
PORTLAND VS. SAN FRANCISCO
OCTOBER 17. 18, 19. 20. 21. Z2.
GRANDSTAND, 23c CHILDREN. 13c
Box tickets and reserved seats on sale at
box office. Dally. 3:15: Sunday. 2:30.
THANEM In this city. October 17, 1903.
Helen J. Thanem. aged 49 years. 9 months
and 9 days. Friends are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral services, rhlch
will be held at Holman's Chanel, corner 3d
and Salmon st.. Sunday. October 22. 1903,
at 2 P. M. Interment Rlvervlew cemetery.
GALE At the residence of his daughter. Mrs.
J. C. Prltchard. 890 East Couch street. Oc
tober 19. 1003. James O. Gale, aged 71 years.
4 months and 9 days. Funeral will take
place today. October 22. at 2 P. M.. from .
S. Dunnlngs chapel, comer of East Alder
and East Sixth streets. Friends Invited.
PRICHARD At the residence of her sori. 710
Smith, street. Montavllla. October 20. 1903.
firMr,. PrJphard. aced 57 year. 1 month and
1 day. Funeral will take place today, Oeto--
toer at 3 i . il., irom uie v.nurcn ui
Precious Blood, at Montavllla. Friends In
vited. ROWLAND At Pendleton. Or.. Octeber 20.
Margaret Jane Rowland, wife of R. P
Rowland. formerly of Mount Tabor. Funeral
day. October 23. at 10 o'clock. Friends and
acquaintances are rcspecnuuj- iiivn.ru i
1UHN-Friends and acquaintances are re
spectfully Invited to attend tne runerai ser
vices of Clarlnda M. Rahn. which will be
held nt Flnley's chapel at 10 A. M.. today.
Interment Lone Fir.
HEXDRICKSOX Friends and acquaintances
are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral
rvlcs or Charles J. Hendrlckson. which
will be held at the Swedish Mission, comer
17th and Gllnan sts.. at 2 P. M. today. In
terment Columbia cemetery.
JOHXSTOX In this city. October 21. 1005,
at the family, residence, S54 Powell t., Wil
liam C Johnston, aged 27 years. 10 months
and 0 days. The funeral servlceM will be
held nt the above residence at 2:30 P. If.
today. Friends Invited. Interment Lone
LUND The funeral ervlces of William Lund
will be held at Flnleys chapel at 3 P. M.
today. Frleflda Invited. Interment Lone Fir.
WALLACE Friends and acquaintances are re
spectfully Invited -to attend the funeral serv
ice of Esther May. wife of Elmer J. Wal
lace, which will be held at the family resi
dence. 357 Ivy St.. today. Sunday. October
22. at 2 P. M. Services at the grave private.
r BALDWIN In this city. October 21, 1005.
at 371 North Nineteenth street, Frank
Baldwin, aged 32 years. 3 months and 7
days. The funeral services wltl be held at
the above residence at 2 P. M-. Monday.
October 23. Friends invited. Interment.
DUNNING. M'KNTEE & GILBAUGH. Suc
cessors to Dunatng & Campion, undertakers
and embalfHrrs; modem la erery detail; 7th
and Pkie. Phase Mala 439. Lady assistant.
EDWARD nOLKAN COn Undertakers rind
emb aimers, have sored to their new build
leg. Third aad SaJmoa. Lady assbtaat.
Telephone No. 607.
J. P. nNLEY it SON. Faaeral Directors,
eer. Sd aad Madlta. Office of County Cor
oner. JJlAj assistant. Telephone No. 9.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady a I tlx t a at. Telephone East 53.
ZELLER-B YRNES CO.. Usdertakers. Em
fcausertf, 273 Bwell : East 1K8. Lady a'U
CHAS. H. O'CONNER, y
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COURT SCANDIA. NO. 7.. F. OF A A!l
members are requested to meet at Foresters
Hall. Sunday. October 22. 2 P. II.. In order
to attend the funeral -of our late brother.
William Lund. All courts Invited. By order i Z
C. R. AXEL E. SCHWARTZ. Secretary
PORTLAND TEAM. XO. 107. W. O. AV.
will give a military whist party Wednesday
eventng. October 25. In Selllng-Hlrsch bids .
Tenth and Washington sts. Admission, 15 .
GEO. WRIGHT RELIEF CORPS Prorrrss
Ive whist social Friday eve.. Oct- 27. Hall.
3d floor northeast comer 2d and Morrison,
admission 10 cents.
THE SOCIAL DAXCE to be given by Pros
pect Camp next Thursday evening In th? r
hall. Selllng-Hlrsch building, will be fec ti
members and their friends. COMMITTEE
ABD-THL-ATEF TEMPLE, D. O. K K
Special 5em-Zem convention Thursday even
ing. October 2i. S o'clock, at K. I Ha'l.
Marquam building. MUNZ. Royal Vizier
SULLIVAN In this city. October 21. 100.1.
Mary E. Sullivan, aged 04 years. The de
ceased left the following children to mourn
her loss: Kate, William and John Sullivan,
of this city; Mrs. C. H. Logus. of Th
Dalles. Or., and Mrs. G. Mortimer, of San
Francisco. Cal. Remains at Flnley's chapel"
Funeral notice hereafter.
RELIABLE PARTY WANTS TO LESB
large hall, eultable for teaching and dan.'
lng purposes. Strictly flrst-cla? only, I !
rebuild to suit If necessary. Addrefs L H
Druby. 470 Miller ave.. city.
OLD GOLD. JEWELRY. BOUGHT. MADE
over, exchanged: diamonds, precious stones
loose and mounted; watches. Jewelry re
paired. Uncle Myers. Jeweler. 143 3d-Alder.
FOR SALE CHOICE QUARTER BLOCK OR
single lot. 25th and Notthrup. easy terms.
C. W. Pallett. 304 Fenton bldg.
SACRIFICE SALE. S1325-3 LOTS. NEAR
32d and E: MaVon In Sunnyside. C W
Pallett. 304 Fenton bldg.
Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards.
Real Estate City and Farm.
Insurance ?n AH Lines.
A. H. B1RRELL.
202-3 McKay bldg.. Third and Stark sts.
Farm and stock ranch. In Valley; ITS acres
cultivated land, good orchard, good 7-room.
house, 5 barns and other buildings. 2
creeks through place; R. F. D. mall; 7t$
miles from county seat; 250 head of stock;
good farming implements. Price. 515,000;
terms. Mrs. H. F. Ball, owner. .Corvallis.
Or. Rural Route No. L
For sale A new 5-room cottage, all con
veniences, full cement basement; rtreew
different and better than anything In the
city; fully Improved; a very desirable lo
cation; convenient to two trolley lines. See
the. modern, complete, unique, eight-room resi
dence, comer 15th and Clackamas sts. Ready
October 15. Lots sold on advantageous term
The Oregon Real Estate Co.
06 y- Third St . oom 4.