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l'HK MORNING ASTOK1AN. TlKSli.U, XOVKMMEK 14, IBM
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Wheat and Stock Brokers
HtfnJguHrtcrs (or Hry (iooJs on the Lower Columbia
MISS MoKEA-Corner TVnth and
DIRECT YYIFFS TO
New York Stock Exclude
Chicago htaro ol
... . . , . I !k214-'2l5 Chamber of (Commerce
IMBKELLAS-Mcn's and Women's Styles f ; - - -
Onnai" made totwihr and almw heW rviiltaot imirovl n'.!i
(vlp .if ntr' te'in-miiM' . lNntfor. frunn, ! nxls, double I- tt viha.
Wt l w e y kn kii.il f Itnmllo in wool, h rn, rrl. old iv iy tml
Ladies' Umbrellas i
Good Union serf f 1.50 each.
SRtin finished gloria, rxtra value,!
Cotton gloria. SIM $1.50 nml
2 SO each.
BISHOP SCOTT ACADEMY
J. W. H1U. H. D, I'rLolR!.
The steamer "Portland" com down
the river Sunday and proceeded out
Tbe British ship Benecia left up the
The three masted schooner Ida Mc
Kay came In Sunday and proceeded up
the river yesterday.
The German ship Mob came down
from Portland yesterday.
The British ship Sera Miraiula came
In Sunday and started up the river for
The British ship Forfarshire arrived
down from Portland yesterday. She
has grain for Europe.
The British steamer Monmouthshire
came down from Portland yesterday
and put alongside the O. R. 4 N. bunk
ers where she is taking on coal.
The Erltish ship Blythswood Is
anchored down below awaiting more
desirable weather before any move-
mfTfts are made. She Is bound for
The "Oregon" started yesterday in
tow of the tug Tyee for the Sound, but
owing to Ita being very rough outside,
was obliged to anchor near Sand island
and wait for more favorabble weather.
The Tyee is a tug from the Sound that
came over for the purpose of taking
back the "Oregon."
LONDON, Nov. 13. Friday night the
Belgian steamer Belgique, from Ant-
CkiMaM Ohm . 11. 1M.
A W4!n ltd rT tobaoL Untor 1'iml
Btuiwllil ttam 1111.
Fr wutocut or InfonnaUaa iinm Mm
Primary, rrpriory tM Adml
wau: Mini rrrrKtlok Military PiMipils,
that he wished to s all dtnVultU-s
brtween them and their employers
Mitisfartorily settled and announced
his readiness to act as arbitrator. Fol
lowing this public declaration Mr tam
pers said In an Interview: "Of iour
there Is no danger that the present
strained situation In Chicago may re-
suit In a general lockout, but I think
werp for Alexandria, foundered off Cas
que rocks near the Island of AMerney.
Eighteen persow ineluding' the captain
out of a total crew of 26 are believed to
have been drowned.
WASHINGTON. Xov. U-The cruis
er Xew OrVaus Is beating the Brooklyn
in the ocean race for Manila.
O. R. & N. Lets the Contract for a
Boat for the Astoria-Portland
PORTLAXD, Nov. 13.-The O. R. &
X. Company today U-t the contract for
another steamboat to run between this
The work on the hull will be com-;
menced In the company's yard In North .
Portland tomorrow. The machinery!
will b? constructed by Wvlff & ZwUker
and will embody all the latest Improve- building trades council to attempt to
ments. ttle the controversy between commc.
The dimensions of the new steamer! tors ,nif unions though the l.x-k.il i
are: Length. 1S5 feet; beam, 34 feet; overtures !
depth of hold, 84 feet. The engines will
develop ISO horse power. t0 hlm-
This power with the finely modeled Carrol D. Wright, labor commissioner
hull will give the new boat great speed of the United States, was at the Vlc-
and when nec?esary she can be used as tortt notei yesterday-
W. B. Edwards
livery variety of Uonult an J
Di'CHMcd Lumber, Ihmrt.
v AViiubtws, !Moi:KllnnH it n J
WAAI t'onnii.'ii ,Slitl),tarli, Fir,
W UUf li. ni!... k.AMor.lVU-Oitk
tllVico Seventh Street Pock
Nut oi. Nut Hntter,
A first-class il at mo.lerHte pneca
lJooms for Indies ami private parties
all dimcultles may be satisfactorily ar
ranged. I know little of the merits of j
either side of the question. I would I
advise the building trnd-v council, how
ever, to act carefully and conservative
ly as any disagreement will meun
much to both rides." Mr. Gompers ha
not yet been asked by the Chicago
Open nit INIultt...
I0S Fourth St., near Washington
Not Koa-t, Nntciic,
Are a tew ot tli Health Fooita sold by
IIKAI.TII FOOD Co. I'ortlunJ. Or
PHONK HLACK i.t
Dining-room and Kcstnurant
J. V. Wnnocr, I'rop.
Revs. LeLacheur and Funk of the
Christian and Missionary Alliance will
hold meetings 'n the Baptist church
on the 13th and 14th as follows: Mon
day at 2:30 and 7:31 p. m., Tuesday at
10 a. m. and J:S0 p. m. Eeverybody ln-
' ties and obligations of the employer
CHICAGO. Nov. 13 Samuel Gom- ' and employe. In other words, a prnctl-
pers, president of the American Feder-
cal application of the golden rule. Arbl
tratlon. cooperation and ' the various
atlon of Labor, addressing an audience i . m(M,, .hl(,h haVB k,,,., ,,.
of union men at the Piano workers ge9ted, I regard simply as steps In the
meeting at Central Music hall, declared right direction.
I7t TI1IKD STKEtT.
Dtt. ftorriitna sad Yamhill
rrlviti Dioinq-rwnn lor Utlien
He Is on his way .1mI 13c Ip Opto ill Siyht.
to Champaign, where he Ls to deliver
three addressee before the university of
Illinois. Tonight the subject will be
"Strikes and Conspiracies," tomorrow
night, "The Philosophy of Arbitration,"
and on Wednesday night. "Is there any
solution of the labor problem." "It is
my opinion," he said., "that the only
permanent solution of the labor -prob-
Willing to Act aa Arbitrator Between j Wm is to be found In a thorough un-
EmDloveni and Employes. i derstanding of the mutual responslblli-
j N. V. Corner
i ScTSUth sti'l Wellington
414 Yamlilll Pt, rortlan.1, Oregon.
At prices within tbe
reiw b ol all. Call
anil examine tlie new
18.1 1Kb Street.
pursulU m much mot. pmfiul.U to the .verKe r.a th.a auy of tl. profM.
.Ions. A studious you..K man or woman can p.epar. lo, boslnr-ctm In tl.ouj
,-ne,u.th the lime rc.p.lrcd to r.lur.tc for pt,.flon. nud at .lul OM-fourtk
rot. The tur.. f Uun.l.v.U of our ...!,.. U miy-J-y proof of to
yW of a poetical rd-u atio... ! tuininr Into the nirrll. f r Leant
h..ir ud irftur w tech. WTSttidriii. of "SturtW CoHil.h.rd 1 l.c.ry aud
'rctlc.of DiK.kktri.ing" Irani to keep book. Mfl(r krrl ,u hutl-
e,.. New way o tr. A; nmkr l.ookkrcpii.K wy. lnvr.tlKte. Call, or writ,
Portland Business College
rifth and Yamhill St.. A. I. Armstrong, I'rln.
0fn all the year. Student may enter at any tune. Iluiiiicvi, Shorthand
...(! Knj-lish ilciurtnirntH. Iriv,ite or rlu iintiiu liun, Calulogtie free.
K HIUII7 Huaaing, naiains.
k mt V I 1
t! CW rrt311 dill) Mloce Mot, Currants,
g Seasonable Goods PunnPkin c'o,?b"ics
R Citron Squash Etc.
1 1 Carry the Ralston Health foods
Wheat Flakes, Crano.
Whole Wheat Cfockers,
Breakfast Food. Select
Bran, Yeast Cocoa, Koffy
C. A. WHALE,
Wbuletule and retail dealer ill
Krnnii'h and ilarh,
ami many others.
Schulla and Co.
Miller. Ann Arbor
Detitlry and others
n-'iiV!idcVre,ernJ PORTLAND OREGON.
Plays any Piano.
Can Play It.
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Instruments Sold on Easy Terms.
M. C. M ATTfllKI.I.. MuniiKer. Head otlire 11:' Hint Ht Halem.Ore.
Wherever there is i
Piano there should
be a Pianola.
We'll Show You The
Monday, Nov. 20, '99
Continue One Week.
Composer and Pianist
. PIANOLA .
"Any one hidden in a room near by who will hour the I'ianoln for the
first time will surely think that it is a great virtuo) that plays; hut after a
while ho will perceive his error, because your instrument never ploys fulso
notcs. -MAURICE MOSZKOWSKL
Pianola, in Connection with Grand Piano, Price, $20.
M. B. WELLS, Sole Agent for Oregon.
Representing The Aeolian Co.,
The Largest Manufacturers of Musical Instruments in the World.
Portland Wareroomi, 335 rtorrlaoa St., Marquam Bld',
New York, 18 Went 23rd St Loudon, 22S Regent St
Parii, 32 Avenue d'L'Opera,
Factorlee at Meriden, Conn., Worcester, Mas., Detroit, Mioh.