The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, December 02, 1906, Page 11, Image 11

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    THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, DECEMBER 2, 1906.
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STUMER IS NEEDED
Hilonian Laid Up for Repairs
in San Francisco.
SHIPPERS GROW ANXIOUS
Much Freight Awaiting Transporta
tion From This City to Hawaiian
Ports Agent Goes' South
to Secure Relief.
M. J. Lindsay, local representative of
the Matson Navigation Company's Ha
waiian steamship line, left last evening
for San Francisco to urge upon the head
office of the company the necessity of
providing a steamer out of Portland for
the Hawaiian trade in the near future.
The steamship Hilonian, which was due
here two weeks ago on her regular sched
ule, has been laid up at San Francisco
for repairs and . will be on the drydock
for the better part of the month to come.
In the meantime the merchants of Port
land have grot together a large amount
of freight for shipment to' the islands
and are anxious, for a vessel in ' which
to transport- their goods. It had. been
expected that the Hilonian would be able
to make the trip in time to supply the
holiday markets at Honolulu' and Hilo,
but repairs to. the vessel will delay her
much longer than was first announced.
Mr. Lindsay was advised that the
steamship Enterprise, another of the
Matson fleet, was to be sent to Portland,
but as luck would have it she broke
three blades from her propeller when
leaving the Islands on her last voyage
and had to be towed to San Francisco
by the tug Fearless. This accident dis
arranged the plans of the company.
On this account Mr. Lindsay is going
to San Francisco with a view to suggest
ing measures that will assist the Port
land merchants in getting their goods
to the Hawaiian market in time for the
holidays.
Mr. Lindsay expressed himself as well
pleased with the business guaranteed by
the merchants of Oregon and hopes that
the present trouble will not dishearten
the Oregon shippers. f
The Matson Navigation Company dem
onstrated that it was in earnest in the
endeavor to establish trade relations with
the Islands by sending the Hilonian to
this port on three voyages which were
hardly paying ventures. The efforts made
by the company through Mr. Lindsay
see"m to be bearing fruit, for the local
merchants are beginning to realize that
they have overlooked a profitable field
for some time and have sent representa
tives to the islands. Reports received In
dicate that the trade possibilities have
not been exaggerated.
STEAMSHIP YALE LAUNCHED
Daughter of President of University
Christens New Vessel.
CHESTER. Pa., Dec. 1. The Tale, the
second ocean-going turbine steamship
to be built In this country, was launch
ed at Roach's Shipyard in this city to
day. The steamer was christened by
Miss Laura B. Hadley, daughter of Yhe
president of. the. Yale University. The
Harvard, a sister ship to the Yale, Is
on the stocks at the shipyards and will
be launched soon.
The general dimensions, of-the two
steamers "are: Length 407 feet, breadth
over guards 63 feet, draft water, load
ed. IS feet, . motive capacity,. IOiOO
horsepower. They wj,H accommodate
800 passengers each and 6U0 tons of
express freight.
The Yale 'and Harvard are of steel
double-hull construction, the hull being
divided Into many compartments by
water-tight bulkheads and double bot
toms. They are designed to make the
outside run between Boston and New
York in 15 hours, or between 5 in the
evening: and 8 o'clock in the morning,
maintaining an average speed of 23
statute miles per hour.
KETUKNS TO EUKEKA
Steamer Alliance Will Again Call at
California Port.
Commencing with her voyage next
Saturday evening the steamer Alliance
will again make Eureka the Southern
terminus of her route. The Alliance
discontinued calling: at Eureka three
months ago In order to give strict at
tention to the needs of the. business
men of Coos. Bay. but now the request
of the business interests of that port
that she return Is to be heeded. The
Alliance will continue calling at Coos
Bay both ways on her new schedule.
With the Alliance on the run Eureka
will. have four steamships calling there
out of this port, but three of them
continue on to San Francisco and
other ports. .- They are the F. A. Kil
burn, which calls at San. Francisco and
returns, and the George W. Elder and
Roanoke, both of. which call at San
Francisco and San Pedro. The Elder
left San Francisco yesterday for Port
land and the F. A. Kilburn left this
city last evening for San Francisco and
way ports.
DISCHARGING HER DECK LOAD
Steam Schooner Aurelia Will Be Re
paired When Lightened.
ASTORIA, Or.. Dec. 1. (Special.)
The work of discharging the deckload
of the waterlogged steam schooner
Aurelia is nearly completed, and to
morrow the vessel will be placed on the
beach and th water pumped from her
hold.
The French bark Bayard arrived to
day. 165 days from Swansea. She re
ports encountering- very severe weath
er off the Horn. .During the gales one
of the bark's lifeboats was smashed
and several of the crew were slightly
injured. ' Two days ago the Bayard
sighted a French ship that is thought
to be the General De Son,is from Ant
werp. BESSIE DOLLAR ARRIVES.
Steamship Comes to Load Wheat for
Shanghai.
The British steamship Bessie Dollar,
belonging to the Dollar Steamship
Company of San Francisco which has
British registry on account of her hav
ing been constructed In a British port,
arrived up yesterday to take a cargo
of wheat to Shanghai for Balfour.
Guthrie & Co. She has a capacity of
7250 tons and will commence loading
tomorrow. Captain A. Gow, the com
mander of the steamer. Is a relative of
Captain Gow of the steamer Fulham,
which recently loaded a lumber cargo
here.
St. Paul Reports Bad Weather. '
NEW YORK. Nov. 30. A wireless
message from the steamer St. ' Paul
says the vessel has encountered ex
tremely severe weather during the voy
age from Europe.- She will be about 24
hours late In reaching' her dock here.
Marine Notes.
The steamer F. A. Kilburn sailed for
San Francisco via. Coos Bay and Eureka
last evening. She left out with a full
cargo of freight and about 70 passengers
for the coastwise ports.
The German ship Marine Hackfeld . Is
anchored oft the Star Sand Company's
dock. She is in ballast from -the
Hawaiian Isands and will commence dis
charging -Monday. She made a quick
voyage consuming ID days between Hono
lulu and Astoria.
The steamers of the Open River Trans
portation Company plying on the Upper
Columbia have been tied up for the sea
eon. Various reasons are assigned for
the discontinuance of the service, the
principal of which Is he practical end
of the harvest season.
On account of the car shortage the Bri
tish steamship Manchester Port shifted
over to the Eastern and Western mill
yesterday and commenced loading lumber
before she had all of her wheat cargo In,
This will be placed aboard as soon as
the grain arrives from the Inland Empire.
The Norwegian- steamship Jethou will
sail today with a cargo of 3.595,690 feet of
lumber valued 'at $47,063.75. She was given
the quickest dispatch of any of the lum
ber carriers calling ' here recently. It
having taken . a little over two weeks to
load her.
The British steamship Danerlc. which
brought a cargo of coal to this city, sailed
last evening for Vancouver B.iC where
she Is scheduled to load a cargo of lum
ber for California. An effort was made
to charter the vessel out of this port, but
the British ' Columbia ; charter, was re
ported previously.
Notice to Mariners.
The following affects tho. lLst' of lights, buoys
and daymarkfv. Pacific Coast, 190(3.
Oregon Columbia River entrance, page 60.
Jetty tiuoy, a HS. first-class can, marked
"Jetty" In white, was established November
27, in 81 feet of water, about 14 mile "V"SW.
westerly from the outer submerged end of the
Jetty. Vessels should not paaa to the eastward
of the buoy. North Head Llghthoiuie, NNW.,
westerly; Cape Disappointment Lighthouse, N.
Vt W.; Point Adams unused lighthouse, E.
S., easterly.
By order of the Lighthouse Board.
P. J. WERLICH,
Commander, U. S. N., Inspector Thirteenth
Lighthouse District.
Arrivals and Departures. "
ASTORIA, Dec. 1. Condition of the bar at
6 P. M., moderate; wind, west; weather
cloudy. Arrived at midnight and left up at
3 A. M. Steamer Costa Rica, from Saa Fran
cisco. Arrived at 10:40 A. M. French bark
Ayard, from Swansea. Sailed at 11:15 A. M.
Bark Agate, for Ban Francisco.
San Francisco, Dec 1 Sailed Whaling bark
Alice KnoWles, for whaling grounds; steamer
Casco, for Portland ; steamer Tiverton, for
Astoria; steamer Svea, for Gray's Harbor.
New York. Dec. 1. Sailed Patricia, for
Hamburg; Carnla, for Liverpool; Philadel
phia, for Southampton; Columbia for Glas
gow; Prinzes Irene, for Naples and Genoa.
Arrived Trave, from Bremen.
Havre, Dec. 1. Sailed La. Bretagne,' for
New York.
Hongkong, Dec. 1. Arrived previously
Teucera, from Liverpool, via Slngapore. 'for
Yokohama and Tacoma; Tonawanda, from
San. Francisco. r
Brlsbane. Nov. 28. Sailed-Aorangl, froin
Sydney, for Vancouver. .-! :
Yokohama!,' : Nov. 28. Sailed Empress .'of
India; from Kiogo and Hongkong, for Van
couver. .i -, ' . - -.. . ;
. Sydney,-ITS.W., Nov. 24. Sailed Steam
er Thyrla, for San Francisco., ,
Honolulu, Deo 1. Arrived Suveric. from
Azores, for San Francisco.
Hoqulam, Wash.. Doc 1. Arrived Steam
er Coronado, from San Francisco, for Aber
deen, galled Schooner Roy Soiners, from
Cosmopolls, for San Francisco.
Phone Company Statement.
lu reply to the request of Mayor Lane
for the franchise-holding corporations' to
file a statement of their affairs with the
City Auditor, the Home Telephone 4V
Telegraph Company yesterday added its
report to those already submitted. As
the company Is jtit now installing its
plant, -the report was limited to, a list
of expenditures which shows the rost of
Charcoal Kills
Bad Breath
Disagreeable Odor Arising From la
digestion or From Any Habit or
Indulgence, Can Be In
stantly Stopped. .
Sample Package Mailed Free.
Other people notice your bad breath
where you would not notice It at all.
It is nauseating to other people to
stand before them and while you are
talking, give them a whiff or two of
your bad breath. It usually comes from
food fermenting on your stomach.
Sometimes you have it' in the morning
that awful sour, - bilious, - bad breath.
Yon can stop that at once by swallow
ing one or two Stuart Charcoal Lozenges,
the most powerful gas and odor ab
sorbers ever prepared.
. Sometimes your meals ' will reveal
themselves in your breath to those who
talk with you. "You've had onions." or
"You've been eating cabbage," and all
of a sudden you belch In the face of
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absorber of odors, as every one knows.
That Is why Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges
are so quick to stop all gases and odors
of odorous foods, or gas from indiges
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Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges In the first
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belching of gas, and make your breath
pure, fresh and sweet, Just after you've
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Charcoal does other wonderful
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causes the bad breath. Charcoal Is a
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Charcoal is now by far the best, most
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whole boxful will do no harm; In fact,
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Get a new, pure, sweet breath, fresh
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You can get all the charcoal necessary
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Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges. Then after
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Send us your name and' address to
day and we will at once send you by
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F. A. Stuart Co.. SO Stuart Bids, Mar
shall, Mich. .
I've told you a lot about overcoats,
of styles that are BEST, and
the coat I picture here repeats
the chief features.
PRICE and what is back of each
coat is of interest to ypu now
that you are clear on the points
of style. Reduced to the fewest
words: I go to the Greatest Over
coat makers in the world. I make
plain statements, ask you to
compare before you buy. Show
you them with plain figures and
one price to every customer, and
top of that, give you an uncon
ditional promise of your
MONEY BACK in the event you
are riot satisfied. Could any
store do more? Can you point out
any that Hoes asuch?
Overcoats $15 to $50
BEN
establishing the system thus far. The
company presents Its realty holdings in
Portland as follows: Main exchange and
general offices. Park and Burnside
streets: Kast Sido exchange. East Mor
rison and East Eleventh streets: Albina
exchange, Russell and Knott streets;
total cost. W9.350. Other expenses in
curred are as follows: Underground sys-
irw.i.tHtno- no hi ps and conduits. $144,-
260; aerial construction, $166,275; apparatus
and appliances. 49,Tit; salaries, iae auu
other expenses, J98.175. Grand total,
$547,825. .
BOYCOTT THE BUTCHERS
Gotham Housewives Resent High
Price of Meat. ,
NEW YORK. Dec. 1. The strike of the
women of the East Side tenements against
the butchers because they increased the
price of meat, has extended to Harlem.
It was determined at a large meeting of
women held In Harlem last night to boy
cott the butchers absolutely until the
prices of meats are lowered.
The Harlem butchers also organized
last night to combat the boycott and de
clared they would join their brethren of
the lower East Side in closing their
shops rather than face the possibility of
having their places of business wrecked.
Like the butchers down 'town they de
clared the increased cost of meat was not
because the packers had raised 'prices.
The women at their meeting adopted reso
lutions not to buy any more meat until the
price is lowered. Meanwhile flsh will
take the place of meat in thousands of
families. Several little skirmishes oc
curred yesterday, but most of the butch
ers on the East Side twitted their pa
trons by telling them that they Intended
to stand by the customers and fight the
wholesalers.
"Sam" Martin's Cafe Closes.
NEW YORK. Dec. 1. Samuel Martin,
proprietor of one of the best known of
the all-night eating places on Broadway,
yesterday tiled a petition In voluntary
bankruptcy. The restaurant will go into
the hands of Marshal S. Hagar. as re
ceiver and will be closed. Martin's Is
at No. 143 West Fortieth street, and has
lalso a Broadway entrance. For half a
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LEADING CLOTHIER
century it has been a famous "after the
ater" dinner place. The younger genera
tion has frequented other more elaborate
places, but the "old-timers" remained
steadfast to "Sam." But the demand for
magnificent tapestries and appointments
has transferred the late dining patronage
to Sherry's and the Astor, the St. Regis
and Delmonico, and because of this the
famous old hostelry, the scene of many
famous gatherings, is now to close.
BJglin Case Continued.
More testimony was taken by the Civil
Service Commission yesterday. In the
hearing on the appeal for reinstatement
of Ben Biglin, the discharged harbor
master. Attorney Logan, for the defense,
brought out the point that the general
orders of the police department, caution
ing against the careless use of firearms,
was not given until After the shooting on
the water front which was the direct
cause of Blglin's dismissal. C. E. Baty,
Griffith Roberts and R. G. Ellis were
the only witnesses called and the point
was fully established. It is now charged
that Mr. Biglin, when harbormaster,
neglected to report a. case of shanghalng
of which he had knowledge. For this pur
pose, the investigation was continued
until Thursday, December 13, at 2 o'clock
when it is hoped to conclude the hearing.
.Police Guard Train Stations. .
CHICAGO, Dec. 1. City policemen last
night guarded the platform of three of
the most congested stations on the ele
vated loop. They forced a semblance of
order among the scrambling, pushing
throng of passengers who crowded past
the fare collectors and rushed for the
cars in their frantic haste to reach their
homes under adequate transportation fa
cilities. It was the first police effort in Chicago
to check overcrowding.
The policemen were detailed to the sta
tions after the Coraporation Counsel, J
Hamilton Lewie, had given an opinion
that the city under its police power could
prevent passengers from entering crowd
ed trains to their own possible injury or
the injury of others.
Tour DruKsUt Will Tell Yon
that Murine Eye Remedy Cures Eyes. Makes
Weak Eyes Strong. Doesn't Smart. Soothes
thl rala and belli tor 60 cent.
A HEALTH TRUST
Three Thousand Qualified Prescription Drug
gists Banded Together for the
Public Good.
LOCAL DRUGGISTS INTERESTED
Intelligent Compounding of Eeady-Made Medicines from Most Effective Pre
scriptions Known to Druggists and the Use of Only the Purest
Drugs, Two of the Benefits Secured by the Public.
The best of everything obtainable
for drug store patrons is the watch
word of a new organization, world
wide in its scope, called the American
Druggists' Syndicate. The druggists
whose names appear below are local
members.
The purpose of this organization is
to use the best knowledge and expe
rience of the roost intelligent drug
gists to supply the public with a line
of ready-made medicines which they
can personally guarantee to be free
from misrepresentation and harmful
results.
The association has Its headquar
ters in New York City, while its mem
bership covers every state and terri
tory in the Union from Alaska to
Maine.
The druggists who belong to this as
sociation are daily compounding tens
of thousands of prescriptions written
by the best physicians and they know
those which produce the best results.
All patients who do not know the
nature of their ailments are advised
to see their family physician, but to
those who do know what ails them
an A. D. S. Premium Prescription is
available.
If you want the very same treat
ment that the most intelligent drug
gist would take or give to a member
of his family suffering with your ail
ment, asic for one of the following pre
mium prescriptions:
A. D. S. Fruit Lax.
Nature's best remedy for constipa
tion; removes the cause; gives per
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Chicaao
manent results; try Jit. Two sizes,
luo and 25c.
A. D. S. Headache Wafers: Rx. 1303.
Will positively cure your headache
and will not hurt" the heart; the
most effective and safest remedy
known for headache. Try it. It does
. the work. Two sizes. 13c and 2ic.
A. D. s. Digestive Tablets: Rx. 1000.
A sensible and sure treatment for
the cure of indigestion and dyspepsia.
This is a prescription of remarkable
tonic effect. Two sizes. 25c and 50a
A. D. S. Cough Remedy: Rx. 1000.
A safe and reliable family cure for
coughs, colds, hoarseness and all
throat affections; safe and effective.
Good for little children and old peo
ple. Two sizes. 25c and 50c.
A. D. S. Rheumatism: Rx. 1030.
The most efficacious remedy for
rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica and
gout known to the strongest associ-'
atlon of pharmacists in the world;
effects a greater number of lasting
cures than any other remedy known
to the medical profession. Two sizes.
50c and 1.00.
A. D. S. Brain and Nerve Ttonlc: Rx.
1300.
A scientific nerve food; it feeds
both brain and nerves; rests and
strengthens; restores mental and
physical energy. One size only. J1.30.
A few other A. D. S. Premium Pre
scriptions: A. D. S. Blood Remedy. Price $1.00.
For impure blood or renovating
the system.
A. D. S. Quick Healing Salve. Price 25c.
For sores, burns, eruption or skin
sksSkT '.j
mi
diseases.
A. D. S. Liniment. Pricn 25a
For sprains, bruises or aching;
joints.
A. D. s. Pile Remedy. Price 50c
For blind, protruding, bleeding or
Itching piles.
A. D. S. Pelvitonn. Pricn J1.00.
For all femalo weaknesses.
A. D. S. Kidney Remedy. Price Jl-00,
For all diseases of the kidneys anj
bladder.
a. u. s. catarrh Treatment, nice
For all cases of catarrh of tha
bead or throat.
A. D. S. Cold and Grippe. Price 25c.
For colds and la grippe a one-day)
cure.
A. D. S. Asthma Remedy. Price 11.00.
.For all forms of aHthma.
A. D. S. Baby Syrup. Price 25c.
Regulates the stomach and bowels
of infants and children and Induces
natural sleep.
There are many other A. T. S. reme
dies. Ask your druggist.
You should and will be able to get
all A. D. S3, prescriptions at all drug
gists, but the following druggists are
members and they guarantee them.
Ask for a sample package.
A. W. Allen, 241 North Sixteenth)
street: Arleta Pharmacy, Arleta;
K. W. Bull, 355 Seventh street;
Klumauer Frank Drug Co.. 144-14S
Fourth street; The Brooke Drug- Co.,
67 Third street North; Brooklyn Phar
macy, 579 Milwaukie street; W. C.
Cable, 255 Holiaday avenue; The Dun
can Drug Co., iiarguerite and Haw
thorne avenues; Eyssells Pharmacy, 227
Morrison street: G. H. Hemstock. Uni
versity Park: The Jancke Drug Co.,
280 Grand avenue: B. F. Jones Co.,
Front street, corner Gibbs; Knight
Drug Co., 307 Washington street; FT.
W. Little. 692 East Morrison street; W.
S. Love, 393 East Burnside street; Mc
Common's Pharmacy, 534 Washington
street; Woodlawn Drug Co. (McGilliv
ray Bros., Props.), 4.19 Durham avenuo
(Woodlawn); Murphy Bros., 320 Will
iams avenue; R. Neubauer. Union and
Failing streets; R. A. Preston & Co.,
755 Savler street; Redd & Bates. 49
Washington street: J. M. Ricen, 315
First street: H. P. Rinker. S30 Belmont
street; J. H. Ruperts, 460 Jefferson
street; Simmons & Meppner, 113 Russell
street; University Drug Co.. University
Park: H. W. Vlttts. 42o Washington
street; Washington Pharmacy, Fif
teenth and Gllsan streets: Watts &
Matthieu Co.. 275 Russell street; J. B.
Williams, 579 Milwaukie street; J. E.
Worth, 999 Belmont street; Kdsrar
Stipes, 227 Morrison street.