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About The Evening journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1902 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1902)
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- fch Ortentaf llnsr. lndrapura, -"which, left
5 , $brtland December' 1 for China, returned
-; 'ltt evening to thl port after experlenc.
..J ii nun v dslav from galea and accl
f h arrived at Yokohama on Marca
and 4urhx he bataho pf the voyage M
lit a ' havy,al AiRtl within a few ay
of her arrival tart, A ha crossed the
i meridian an vnuaualiy strong wind played
havo with aomd of the lifeboat, ana
.4wa of them were lost, is v.
wo day silt, from Hongkong she lost
her propeller, which necessitated her re-
r turn to that port and golns; Into drydocav
t This detained bet about tour week. . On
? entering-the harbor at that place she
I drifted afro the bow of the iJjlorwegiaB
' steaihef , Helm, but no serious damage
; were sustained by either amp. v ' .
'-tThr rndratmr la in command of Cap
;poerj. pne pnng a .wiaAJtrii a
eral Thafehandlse eonalstlns; ot matting
a-iS'ether' Oriental' r oods, which- Is be-
isA titeharjted. at the Columbia cock, .
A dot nn
likVBvkat&S, : March; 17. '- Heseklah
Coates, aged li, a oolored boy, la on trial
tap bit Axe here. If Convicted be may be
merit to the fallow Ilka Any older mur
eref; He knot and killed Carrie Corbln,
colored, aged t last December. The boy
afd be thought ah was a ghost. J.. ,-;
At yet the Port of Portland Commission
. tia receive no reply from Faber, Di
Faur A tonoeliyw the Mew Tork nnn to
Whom the contract for: the hew drydock
: wa forwardod for signature a f?w days
ago. Unless a. reply Is received by the
time of the weekly meeting of the Port
thl . afternoon the meeUng , will' be
adjourned until jLnother week.i It to the
opinion of President psnfleld bat a fav-
' OrabW reply, )H be received, a the ftrm.
k , would probably hay wired the Fort had
1 th term not bean satisfactory.
' -NfiW .TIME CAftP,
i , '-HMPlrlhtendent Buckley an4 fiuperln
' trndent? Campbell, in charge -respectively
. , 01 the' Oregon division and'Waahlngtoq.
division of the O. . ft N. Company, have
j been In the city for a day or two In con
sultation , with Genera! Superintendent
U Brian. "or 80 days past the general su-
pcrinUndenfs offlce' has been bnsy in
making certain amendment to the com
pany's time .Card. Thee changes are ne.
oessltated by reason of the new code of
; train hd Operating rules, brought about
by he working together, unde the mer
ger. 6f the Union Paclflc, Oregon Short
Une thd thi O. R, ft H, These become
effective April U;
Beginning. April 1, all the boat line
betWn Portland and Astoria. wUV re.
, duatb prices on breakfasts and sup
- per to, the uniform, t baala of 25 cents
each, being. reduction of one-half In
present prices, for, those meats." Dinner
charge will remain the same. It Is un
,i oersiooa inot tnese arrangemenu were
the result of mutual agreement among
the several lltie.
'i';t f !l : t - -
. Thi Burrell Ittvf stment Company,' Wal-
tcr wjmtpnj. uoraon Vorhies and Bur-
-j re "Torwe, Bled articles of Incorpora.
. uon with- the County Clet-k' today. The
wpuaimtook is .ooo. . 5 , , "
"Tb".Sojnpahfr jjll 'purchase or other-
., Wlsecqulre au or any of the property
. now owned or operated by Bosa f. Bur
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. rj,'". waistr 7 ! Burrell, fielen , Burrell
- , yorhler and Margaret Fuller Blddle,
ol ..-he ' riaw .of M.- S. Burrell and
UermaH s: BUnrell, both deceased.
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-f iypRCE SUIT.
v etifle C, Brown today filed a suit for
i - divorce" against Richard t);, Browa oa
, afwobnt Of drunkenness. She asks to re-
sum her -maiden name, Purkersorw" and
- full poisesalott of her real property in
- Lane County.- -
' V;BIlL0lNG PERMITS. .
A. S Bills, one-story dwelling, Morris
. and Vsacouvlr streeta; 400.
, i A. eplldsbord, one-Story dwelling, Twen-
- ty-fourth And Reed streets; S500. .
" Mrs. C. Orltsmacher. two-story dwell-
Inr. Flf tenth and (East Morrison strets;
, P. C Bohwarsman, eottae, East Twen-ty-nlpth
and Plna. .
V-VilSS' NICHOLS DEADr
Mis Vthme Clementine Nichols, .slater
of th Drs." Nidhqls, Is dead. ..She passed
- awajf thl forenoon at. the family rerrf
. dencVfefi Twelfth stret, after an illness
;,j,ojt, about three " months. . The- funeral
. f Will take place featurday, announcement
., whlehVlU be made later. - '
3 - vwue a numoer. or bricklayers or tna
.l.M. I... f..k . . ... . . ' '' mm
. ,emporamy , jam . oif.
r Several "larg buildings under1 construe
- Mow have arrivefl at the one-story-htgh','
' stage, and" the meti were laid off for two
. or throe days until arrangements are
' suade(for beginning on the next stories.
WO- Eovejoy, of Roseburg, wm tn the
city yesterday, fir, lLoveJoy l A delegate
to the biennial Convention. Of the Grand
International Brotherhood of Locomotive
Engineer., which meet In Norfolk; V.,
VU 1. U . KIU 'Hill UV IUIEUIM W
put forth ever? effort to hin tbi at
convention 'moat In Portland, ;
The trading1 checks appearr'ln tjje
Journal's advertisement ar the sim
plest 'and most direct appeal- that fuive
been made to the. aood Rnjt ) ajert
and painstaking" shoppers.
Just look at the columns "of- the Jour-
nal today. Het ybu have A chanco dU
rectly before you to save moneys T;
In H. E. Edards' jrurnltufe advertise
ment a" coupon appears good for flfty
cents. Cut one out and take It tome
Edwards estaMUHmetif and It entitles
you to,.-a fifty cent , reduction on a 5
purchase. The price pf. 'goods aw given
In the advertisement, asd It W llke find
ing money . t be allowed 4o Usi these
coupons as cash. - t 5 1 t
In the Chase JPamt Oil Co.'s adver
tisement a ten cent 'coupon , appears,
good for 'ten cents In , payment of? fl-09
worth of goods,' 4 j,, '
In the ad. Of Bristol, the grocer, and
others, ne-nt coupons,' appear, . which
pass, for current' coin lb the fame man
ner on. the basil of 10 per'eeht ,bf, your
purchase.' . "
i. BaVe up your, coupons and try how the
plan works.'" 1 - ;
t Ehrewd people have. Immediately taken
hold of Jt. It U exclusively used In the
columns o ihe Journal, and. smart shop
pers ara, reaping the benefit. 'tr '
James CoUweil, William Miller and
Bert ' Bailey are -far Jail at Burns, ac
cused; of that murder 0fJ.. W. Curtis,
with whom, they had a dispute over a
coit, r .';-',
R. Scofleld, a sailor.. wrlo served In the
Philippine- earnp&tgr.J is In . Jail;, at Al
bany for'the laroepy of t9' 'Whllo In
toxicated Wt, Dustin dropped, his pur?
In a lalooit. pconetd picked it up and
fled to Salami wbera h was arrested.
Lawyer PhtrlCltr accused of the. murt.
der of frilllam ,t.- Rica, kh aged' mil
llonalfe recluse, ot Xezas, 111 Mew Tork
Rice's fortuhte fa estimated at $7,O0M
000 and It was charged that Patrick and
Rice's valet. Charles F, Jones, murdered.
the old man to get bis property. Death
in the electric chair Is the penatly for
the offense. Th trlai lasted nine "weeks.
One hundred ana fifty shot were ex
changed between wfilteg and blacks on
Warrior River, i ll miles east Of Jasper,
Ala. A race wati is feared. ' Two colored
men were whipped for stealing.
Two masked men compelled the , clerk
of the Hotel Whitley, at Emporia, Kan
sas, to hand aver 16 to them, and then,
locking the Clerk, a porter and a travel
ing man In. a closet, attempted- to break
Into the safe, but were scared away.
. Mrs. .Henrietta Miller, beaten and out
raged by the, colored pulJma'fT porter at
La Junta, Colo, will recover. The ne
gro's body was permitted to hang all
night, when It Wat taken down by the
Coroner. ' '
Frank C. Andrew. . who Wrecked the
Detroit Savings Bank, Was a large spec
ulator. He bought stocks tothe amount
of $27,958.85. ' 1
Dr. Robert V. Gray of Garden City.
Kan., was acquitted : of the charge of
causing the death; of. Mlsa Irma Brown
by malpractice. ... .;,ii.;.v.
Geo. Otter has propwwd to plaht asales
bushes oh the hills went of the City Park,
recently purchased by the Water Commit
tee. A supply of thei shrdb can be ce-
cured at Cow Creek Cany.ofi, in the south
ern part Of the 'Willamette Valley.
Incorporation articles vera filed yester
day of the- Factflo, UJHtea , Btates jvenee
Company. Th incbrporators are N.
Ayer. A. J. 'Norton bnd 'ft'B,. Llthlcum.
The capital stock lr W3.CW. . .. k
The Ministerial AsMQlatlon gave a fare
well banquet at Watson'. Monday even
Ing to ' Rev.: A. W. Aokerman. retiring
pastor of the First v Congregational
Church, j There Were; more; tna-fc 100 per
sona present masy of whom spoke In
glowing terms otR AcMrmarand Wa
In ft, fa MM '. ' '- ' .,
The Idea 'lis become pretty well
grounded with most persona -That If Port'
land Is to become "a rose City" that roses
must be cultivated; . In consequuence, lo
cal dealers in rose bushes report that the
demand upon them tor these plants has
very nearly exhausted tbe supply.
Portland Club, Fifth' and Alder.
Finest lunch In 'clty.-i- ajt .t-. I -Portland
Clubf Flfttt 'and' Alder.
After a resldenca of tft years In Port
land, D. B. Peters died Tuesday of apop
lexy at his residence, S28 Kearney street,
at the age of 6J yorn He. had been 111
less than two Weeks. He' Was orcsident
of the Star Steam- Lau'qdry Company.
Mr. Peters came here from Chicago. Sur
viving him is hi wife and -daughter, Mrs.
F. N. Pendleton' , ! j t v
Taxes have been comtntf in slowly since
March 15, thO time limit for getting the
per cent rebate. Only about 125.000 has
beeo taken Id during he past Weak and
the clerical help ha been reduced In the
Sheriffs office as' a result.
Mr. W. P. Old Will deliver an address
at the closing exercises of the T. M. C.
A, institute, to take plane April 2.
Qeneral Gantenbeln went to Salem yes
terday on business connected . with the
National Guard. He wilt return today.
HEALTH, REfQKT; ,
Ralph Sharkey, 3S3 Bentoit street; dlp-
therta." ' - , t - -
Cos of dlptherta lrl S. Veatbh' family.
East Burnslds and Twenty-fourth."
Ruby 'Jackaony 18 ast JUghth 'street; LJ
scarlet fever. ' . . ' 'I
; route bgent ; for the
ive in the vicinity ' of
Cull at 'once n Tam
hill. :? 1. 1::-,2:-.
WANTED-A bright boy about 1 year
old to .Carry a Journal route: .must live
la the vicinity of Williams,-Rodney and
tTnion ave. Call at ene Th JournaL
rs Yamhill. . - V.-Tyr":"t; 'i :.
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&4 Ws'ojinot afford to wbe-ninder-'
ld:" We must sell goods to live.
To do so we must make prices
mi, . ... m ii-.; f-X i- ...'tt .i iw I J IC . '. U
that are the lowest-. . Come just,.
est price ire
have ever made
hiif If la nnf hk
that is made.' It
It is our regular $3.25 bed. We
want all the people who read this
paper to trade with us. -" Mention
fhe paper and you can getths bed
A lew-Spruce'; Chiffoniers
while they -',
T laSt, r-r-.
Ash ' - -Chiffonier
tt A-!.'i! i
Finished in '
color. ; Ash
is- a good
We offer a fine
selection of odd
pieces h frames
any finish, all
kinds of cover
like the one
Buy from the maker. We do not
claim to make the. cheapest Hair
Mattresses pn earth but We can
sell -you a better Mattresi for
$10.00 than you can get any place
else for that price.
AT THE CITY HALL
City Engineer Chase la investikatlns
the question of supplanting; the elevated
roadways ot the northwestern part of th
fclty with- earth. Bids for the work rs
ocntly submitted to the Council are con
sidered a trifle htrh and It Is likely that
others will be asked for. :,
Friday and (Saturday last 13S visitor
IromUew York, Indiana, INinolS, Wis
consln.- Minnesota..: Dakota, Iowa. Ken
tucky. California, Washington' and Brit
ish Columbia, registered at the rooms of
the Oregon Historical Society In the City
Hall. . - v.. : ,-
Always Consult tbe Best
C0MTEDE ST. CHARLES
PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT ASTROLOGER
He has stood the test of 11 years before
the public of uurope and America.
Whv consult a
palmist or clalrvoy
ant at ail, unless you
consult - one ; who
stands his orofes.
slonT I m 1 1 a t rs
merely contuse : and
tell you things to
puan you, while 1
tell you tue bad as
well ns the good, My
Readings arq entire
ly different from oth
ers, and no matter
whar your trouble,
doubts or desire
may. be 1 will . give
you the proper -ad
vice regarding them.
and. telkyou how to
wjauii8v . inn tit turn
ery and vdlfiappoint
ment to one ot ,
SUCCESS AND HAPPIjniCBS.
' I don't car how doubtful you are.' 1
will convince you that there are. truth
in what I tell you, or my reading costs
you nothing. "
Call at once and be convinced that there
la yet hope for you. Parlors Z5-S-27, The
Cosmos, corner Fourth and Morrison, En
trance Morrison Bt. . ,
Comte de St. Charles teaches Ills protest
xlon to others. Mediums developed. Palm
istry taught. Hours, 10 a. m. to t p. m,
daily and Sunday, ' , , ,
' FULL LIFE pEAD.INa.606.,
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Mr8tockr Scientific Palmist Isle.
205-Goodnouah Bvilina-1-1 V!t j L
new t m .-.;, . a
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j! 1 isr-a
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Km: a...i-t :' i
We sell ' on easy payments if,
you. wish. It cfisti but a trifle
more to buy that way, than for
cash. Do not be afraid to ask
for credit. ,'.."
At ouratore you '
can find the great-,
est, number of -. .
; Dressing :
to select from." A
teat little one
like the cut, with
made of polished
quartered ;oakvJ' $8.7 S othert
X Up to $25.Q0
To those 1
will be ;
Good Cobbler seat, solid oak
Nufe Rocker, $2,75.
Here, is a . -
Special of "
drdinary ,", '1
the1 price of,
f V. COfJCIlES.
We make them. We sell them
Jt reasonable prices.) Come and
ee -hatyou can-get for $10.00.
; His first job.
U. S. Treasurer Worked for
: $100 Per Year.
r , (Journal Special Service.)
" NKW TORIC, March J7, The Sons, of
Onalds srave a dinner at the Bavoy
hotel, td which it invited Lyman J.
Qagef, former secretary of the treasury,
as guest of honor. The president of the
society. Justice Charles H. Truax, acted
as toastfmaster. Mr. Oage responded to
th toast, "Welcome to Our Honored
Quest. Speaking of his early business
struggle, Mr. Gag told how his drat em
ployment was as a messenger In a bank
In Rome, Kv T at a salary of HOP a
year. A f tor eighteen month, service, ha
asked for an increase, and not getting tt.
went- West. Mr. Gage drew a hurawou
picture of his duties in the bank sweep
tug th-building out, running errands,
keeping the fire alight and other small
1 .7 .PAUPER'S FEEJ
VIENNA, March .-Following an an
cient. Holy Thursday custom, the Em
peror today WAshed the feet of twelve
paupers. He then hung bags of silver
coins around tnelr neck. Afterwards,
assisted by the Archdukes, he served
the paupers with a three-course meal.
IN .ROMS, 1 .
ROME, March 27. Thirty-five thou,
sand .persons attended Holy Thursday
mans, at St. Peter's today. Th mass
Was celebrated by Cardinal Rampolla,
m...,,.-, imih un i sn-.9.y("
"Bf: stlpulaltoii of th parties the suit of
Victor Bforrleon agaiast the- Frenoh Ship
oaillto-; for wages? Ws dismissed In
qia CnTted State Court..' , - V
.. H ;w"Coi bett has nieo suit against j.
M.- Keith to recover KM rent for th
building at th northwest oornet of flftl)
ahd Alder street. - . , - .
Charles Cleveland has sued to foreclose1
C50 mortgage on a lot at Woodstaek.
The. inventory and appraisement of the
property ot James .Jurnslda. dectasad.
shows the estate to be Valued at 1410a, n
Judge-.' Fraser dismissed , the i suit , of
Thomas Darling vs. F. L. and J. B. Mont.
gomery, to recover W71. if- : .-rr - v
The property of Geo. R. Vosburg, 4a
(eased, is vlued at 1914. ,-:'
t Decree was entered, bv.defs.nlt la the
tuif af JLaur at Holl vsJ'jfienty Hill, j f
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NI L r Y A il l85-87-89,9 First St.
"BOWEN 8 TRADING CHECK.'
Good fpr, WTY CENTS
On a balls of one-lentH of the value,
when acrompttnirtj by lawful money
Ot U. I. id the Arm ot IU Si Edwards
: f No 16 Granlfa Sauce Pan
, r -. ... . enamel
No IS Gcanlt
tt 1m. tr.mtm. :.
9awcw Reiiw -,
Royal iteel en.
amel re, 25C f
-1 35c V.
V r We ttartdle
the " product vet leveral foundries.'
TUe celebrated' BtfCKS, and the
cheap BEXLETILLS line.Hlso the
reliable -' t"f
A jgooi -hoie Cast range, 22-inch
late pattern sduare oven; our guar
antee ith each, V' is '.
Those rho, aiil i 'good Stove, in
smaller lse4,.e can supply at
! RICE UST
Ingrain taypets,,.. 35 cts
gait-wool CarpetsA.f 50 cts
All-wool Carpets 65 cts
gest All-wool .Carpets 73 cts
The season U nearly over. ' We
have bdUced fhe price on all Lamps
excepting the very, cheapest ones.
ThS kody ol tatr lata CapUIn Edwin H.
Prancls, United 9Ute Oeodetlo Survey,
arrived here from Seattle thl morning
apd wa iMm'edlatli removed to the res
idence of deceased' brother-in-law, By.
ron Z.' Holm; lit Tenth street, whenoe
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PlANCLA UStt AS ACCOMFYINC THS VOlCt
a v ' a as ii ji ii r a n 11 i t i. . i
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1 B. WILLS Sola'
Our big store Is 100 ft. square",
three stories and basement, all
full of up-to-date goods. If you
want to furnish we ca ieH you
everything yotr want.' " r'
, Tableware :
a;c acre i price .
that are right. J A
6 knives and 6 forks, ''
ii Medium .
, keeper, ne at
Solid oak frame. .
regular value $9,
Come and see in. English 50
piece,' decorated, porcelain Set,
worth $6.50, for " ' ' "
Do not buy it'.if you do not
want it. - -'
PILLOWS' , i:
We' make theto! VWt kow
what we put in them," and ire will
tell you truly .what you are buy
ing. ' 1 ' i
Good Pair Feather Pillow,' $2.00.
It will be borne to tin cemetery without
religious ceremony at ' the houS. -Services
were belt) at Bsattl - previous to
the shipment of the body her. (Services
will ba held at the trax'tTlPweyer.-The
funeral cortege will indvs frdm th resi
dence to Rlvervw Cbmetery a 10 a, m.
Captain Franeii wa widely Ithawn la
both civil and vai life, and, especially
among men of affair Tfcij j patent
Mi 4i k hi ttm
- '. V
fri redlala ivery
Wtdntoaay At ft:15
7 . n
-We employ only "first das
talesmen. They are not persist
ent. You are. free to come and
go.- You will- receive, the same
respectful attention whether yotl
buy or not.
Our Stock of : '
Is absolutely the most attractive
in the city to the buyer6f modest
means: lt is puf constant effort
to give the best values. . The
above is a staple bed,' brass ; rod,
head and foot. - The foot end is
curved outwhat we call a swell
foot. We have them in colore
white olive, red and cream color.
"jsraw; Golden ,
The very lat
PRICE LIST V
tace Curtains, pair $1.00
Sheets, per pair..,.,.,,..,..,, 1.20
Pillow Cases,, per pair 30o
Portieres, per pair... ....,,,.2.25
Window Shades, each 40c
Poor Mats, each ; 40c
from th name of those who will act a
pallbearer,, a Hat; of whom J here ap-
h.n. ... V...
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. Carl Spuhn, George T. Myers, George
T. Myers. Jr., Captain W.' P. Day, Com'
mander United Sjtates Navy, apd Inspec
tor IXUj lighthouse district: K. W. Town.
Send. T. Scott Brooke, George W. Weld-
READ THE JOURNAL.
ITf'Mrrf'ii s.-ssi-a-L.- QKA rtal, ,
lf i lS--li IS I Vfff
. r ... ..-...15 -..r.--;.i ';'
. Will eiioble you to play your piano
even If ybu do not know one note from
; another.' If you are 1 an accomplished
musician it will increase your repertory
hundred fold. Tbe player has all the
pleasure and all the effects of hand-play-wg
because he or she controls the ex
pressioji. The Pianola looks like a small
cabinet. When Its aid is desired it is
rolled In front of the piano so that its
felt covered fingers rest upon the keys.
' When not in use it can be rolled - to an
other part of the room. It does not
piano in any way,
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i TMC COST OP THK PIANOLA
M n. . a rot.
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