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iHfi MORNING ASTOK1AN. WKDNSSDA., NOVEMBER 15, 18ft
Headquarter for Pry CooJn on the l ow er Columbia
niDirrT u idfq ta ew Yoik ctk Exchange
DIRECT V1FES TO aicag0 toarj of UiiQ
tlnve essential of f
i iv the results f n
0i r IVnts (!ov' luivs tin
i n ilitv. lit. finish. Those ;
century of leadership in glove-making. The
price is $1.60 a pair. There are no better, al
though you will have to pay $-.00 elsewhere.
i '21 4-21 5 Chamber of Commerce,
!' BISHOP SCOTT ACADEMY
CULLISON & CO.
Wheat and Stock Brokers
MISS MclUCA-Cormc Tenth and
J. W, 11111. M. D, rrlaolaal.
Ma Oaeaa lt. I. 18M.
The steamer Columbia left out tor
gan Francisco yesterday morning.
The "Oregvtn" succeeded In getting
out yesterday la tow of the Tye far
the Sound. , " f
The British ship BIythswood left out
yesterday morning. She is bouna tor
The ship Port Logan has not yet ar
riwd in port but Is thought to be yet
beaUng around outside. No especial
alarm Is felt as to her safety, rilot
Gunderson of this port Is aboard her.
MAT SEE THE FINISH.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. H.-The
trajkport City of Sydwy with the
rorty-sixth Infantry sailed for Manila
today. The Forty-fifth Infantry will
sail on the Senator and Ben Mohr to
morrow. A IX)ST MERMAID.
VICTORIA. Nov. 14.-The whaler
Mermaid, which came to grief at Dutch
harbor on the 23ih ultimo-, will probably
be a total loss.
uaoauM r IniorawUaa &&rm tat
rdtl J. w. BUX, M. U. F. U 4mer
rrimur, PrtMrntorr an Aodtnl !
Eniw CbW WrrUoa, Military DImMIM.
uim! TnUUI. U mt all rwMTCA,
V. B. Edwards
Every variety ol RoiirIi and
DiCHvul Lumber, Doors,
Window. Moiildinit und
Cum i i Slnl, Hark, Fir,
Office Seventh Street Dock
Nut Hut tor.
K IM ereiil.
1 Ion It It Cracker,
thu. by abolishing the mixed feature Q ROW N S
as va done at the MUwuuK.v o-, r-0T" A I I D A MT
ference in June 1SIW and wdnbllshlng a' R ES I AU R AN I
; wid difference botwwn earlixid aiul
MATTER OF CAR-LO VD R ITES !l,ss than carload sMpm.nts. the rail-
I road hud effected a scheme which ef-
fectuully shut St. Loula Jobbers out of
! the Pacific coast territory.
The Atlantic Jobbers Helping Pacific r,lJer MiitlMm thereafter si.t.t
Coast AtinlriSt the Middle j It was absolutely Imp wdble for theni to
1 ....... ..-UK lli.i !l.'ltl. .SU14I i.tlllwlM a.Wl . I. Ol . I.-. t.lMil..l,
' - and manufacturers who bouuht in New , fORTUND, Oltr.l.OY I'iiji a Sp.oiulty
. I York anil Mhrr A:l.uulc const cities in .
carload lots and saved, under iho rvs-j
en so-called rwu' stump rut", the
amcunt of the freight rate from S:.'
A first-class place at moderate prieea j
1Uh.hu for tn.li. and liite purtie Ar a few of His Health F00.U solJ by
j KNAI'I" HKOS.,
IIKALTII l OODCo. IN.i tluud. Or
Open nil Nlglit
Emperor William ordered a wreath
placed on the grave of "Sir" Charles
Gibson, a millionaire lawyer of St
rpy.t financial condttlon of Russia, ac
cording to the minister of finance, ex
ceeds that of either France or Great
Britain. I WTVfk
ST. LOCIS. Nov. 14. The Interstate
commerce commission jvsumed the
htaalng of complaint of the St. Louis Louig anJ l)th(.r nt.-Hor cities U the(
business men's leogue and other Inter- same Atlantic seaboard markets. j
I'll! INK III.Ai'K iN.jj.
venors against the A. T. A S. F. railway
Hurth. secretary of the the Farwell
Wen, .nd oth.T .n.l,lU-n1M nil-, KM l,m,.lJ..
rvad lines today.
St. Paul. Minn., testified that prior to.
It was manifest today that while the (h ajptln 0f the tariff of June 1!$.
railway companies ar nominal defend- mg firm jjj a anj profitable busl-
ants in the Investigation, the real fight ness on lhe ja0(tjc ixuit, from U An
te one between the Jibbers of the racltlc! g.,le3 , Seauie. When this present
coast on one side and those ef the rate affnfem,.nt nt into effect his bus
Middle West on the other. Indeed, WM totaiiy destroy!, or at least
from a telegram sent by the Fhllaflel- dfftj that he lwt money euch
phla hardware merchant's a.v.Klatlon montn
to the members of the commisokm Mm-) In May im ne tne Great North
day, stating that that body sustained . ern apd Northwn Paclflc miiined their
the Pacific coast and railroad side of j 9tng rates at a meeting held In St.
the question, it may be said that th-j pau) givlng them nnre favorable rates,
two sea coast sections, and country j As a rve,ult th9 change, he said, he
tributary thereto, have united In a fight mM , vne moMn in Oregon 34.000
against the Interior country. J wortn of goods, while In California.
All witness thus far have testified j wnich he could not reoch, he did not
that it was not on account of an ex- sell Jl.ono worth.
Dining-room nml Kcstnurant 1 toxeJt!oA Wasblnaton
J. I'. Wanner, lrn. I
rrlvite Dieiig-roont for lolics j
.Meals Ilk kp Opet ill Sight. I
Arm.trong'a Combined Theory and I'ractlc ! Dookkacplnf.''
SltuWutt Iraru to keep books ic( they i kcpl la builarsi. N UiW
book, no waits of time In profltleu copying. MU latcrattlng and practical b
the v or coleK currency, bnlurs fornii, bill filet, ate. Invt stlgaa) till le
ninliod of leaching-. It utskti bookkeeping my. Call at the collegt, or wrlU.
Our Shorthand Course
Ine'av. 1 Spelling, Grammar, Writing, CorrenpomU iue, ShoitUauJ, Typewriting,
Letter Copyiug, MaiilfoMing, BmlueM 1'orma, LgAl Documents, Court Tapert,
acfua work u (he tollcgt Aie. Our graduates ait capable tuogiphia.
Portland Business College
Fifth and Yamhill SU. A. P. Armatrong , Prln.
0n all the year. Studetiti may enter at any time. IUiMncM, Shorthand
and LnglUh department. Trivate or chua Initruction. Catalogue free.
Vi Plum Puddinq, Roisins,
' klvin rAel IMI
j jrl 1 1 toll dilU Minoe MQt. Currants,
I Seasonable Goods pin crarries
1 1 Carry the Ralston Health roods
Wheat Flaks, Crano,
Whola Wheat Cfaokers, j'
Bteakfast Food, Select
n v..t. 'lvfP. , L
170 THIKD STIttCT.
Tel. .Mnrrixna tti Yamhill
Portland, Oreeoi 1 ....
cesslve rae exacted by the railroad Brltj8h governnH.m haj) rU8ed
that their business on the Pacific coast o aM0W m(re tj,an one American mil
has been ruined. On the contrary, theyj tary efflcer to witn.-ssi the Transvial
thought the rate very moderate, but, war.
At prices within the
reach of all. Call
and examine the new
MRS. ROSS, 1S3 lltb Street.
414 Yamhill St, Portland, Oregon.
I nnllli, llotikkeeplnii,
Send for circulars.
C. A. WHALE,
Wholetuls aud ret nil dealer in
Kranirti and finch,
nd many others.
KrhulU and Co.
Miller, Ann Arbor
Deulley and other
1 "Si.Vtifc1g,""J PORUAND OREGON.
Instruments Sold on Easy Terras.
M. C. MAT 1H I III.. .Milliliter. Head office U2 KUto BU 8lem.'re.
Plays any Piano.
Can Play It.
f 1 II si I 1 ! I
r r n
Wherever there i5 a
Piano there should
be a Pianola.
We'll Show You The
Monday, Nov. 20, '99
Continue One Week.
CompoHcr oiid PlnnlHt
. . PIANOLA . .
"Any one liiildon in a room near by who will hour the Pianola for the
tirst time will nurcly think that it is a great virtuoso that jilays; hut after a
while he will pcrceirc his error, because your instrument never plays fulrso
not(!4J MAURICK MOSZKOWSKI.
Pianola, in Connection with Grand Piano, Price, $250.
M, B. WELLS, Sole Agent for Oregon.
Representing The Aeolian Co., (
Portland Wareroomi, 335 Horrlaon St., Harquam Bld'g.
New York, 18 West 23rd 8t London, 125 Regent St
v.. - nn 1 J)T rtr..M
i fans, Avenue u jj vmia.
The Largest Manufacturers of Musical Instruments in the World. pactoriei it Meriden, Conn., Worcotter, Mas., Detroit, Mien.