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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL; PORTLAN Ir TITESDAY ' HVENiyg, SEPTEMBER 16 1902. 1
The v State ' Democratic
IN SESSION TODAY
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Be Generally En
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.(Journal Special Service.)
- f TACOMA, Sept. 11-Th : Stat Demo
cratic convention; nt this morning and
- effected a temporary organisation by se
lecting H. W. -CMOald. -kf Whitman
fj County, a 'chairman, and Frederick R.
Marvin, secretary.' After appointing lb
usual committees the convention took a
receaa Until I o'clock p. so. Them will be
. a hard fight oa the floor this afternoon
on, the railway commission question, but
the , result will be that an appointive
commission will be Indorsed.
..- Gecrg F. CotteriU fif Seattle will be
noniianted as on representative, but
th ; other twd candidates - are in
. doubt, Cotterlll lias been prominent In
Democratic politics for several years and
his nomination will greatly Strengthen
. the ticket In King County. 'On th reas
sembling of the convention this after
noon Sentor Turner delivered an ad
drees that was received with- great ap-
plause. 1 . .
Peter "BreAer ;bdf petloned the city
council to allow him to conduct his sa
loon pn Hawthorn avenue' without 11
ctense for a quarter owlng to tha fact that
k has net with heavy losses by fir re
' cently and that when burned out he had
his license paid In advance. ' .
CLEVELAND. Sept l&-xAlx Wlntoa
broke th world's automobile record In a
Mai trip' this morning.' his tlm beinr
1.18. : Th previous record was l.tBt-e.
wralVlt T fai-(
GLORIOUS aWEATHER. OLORI
, 0U5 CROWDS, GLORIOUS
Thai 5old" Card tell the Story
1 .". The Record And These Are Not
' . Art The 5l to ConUnue-A
ifai at Present Price and Spe
dai inducements In the Way of
Ternu and Payments.
Vr. . , ; '
' The Carnival Just closed has wit
nessed th meat ranarkabi piano .alo
that has ver been conducted in Port
land. .-'.'"' - .
This Eller' Piano House sals has
surely ciijd all prevwua great rec
It has been remarkable In that near
ly all of th piano sold have been th
Vieat coatlv stvles manufactured by
' the best American makers.
It has fceeit remaraaDie aiso in mas
a large number of piano sales were
effected In shorter period of tlm
than has ever befofe been don In ths
L City pf Portland,
f Each day as the sal
.have published names and addresses
or . purchasers, togeiner wicn a oriei
description- -vt the instrument- secured.
Kverv on or tne insirumems so aa
vertlsed has been sold during the Car
nival sale. .
The sales) rnads byTiur Spokane. San
Francisco and Sacramento branches
v i. nave not neen mciuaea n toese uaia.
riv-lf Th reason for this remarkable rec-
EUers Piano House sells the most
reliable pianos and oigans.
. Eilers Piano House handle the very
largest nuMber of fine pianos at the
very lowest possible expense.
' Eilers Piano House L In position to
ell instruments on easier terms of
payment than any other Western
In view of this we believe that you
will mak a very serious mistake, if
you (all to amy your piano, or organ si
Eilers Plane Houf e. - '
' THERE ARE THOUSANDS
Over five thousand' residents of the
treat Northwest have purchased thelr
plpnoe from Eilers Piano House.
. More than three hundred, or by faf
the greatest majority of the leading
teachers and professional musicians of
the West have purohased their pianos
and organs here.
Over four hundred colleges, schools,
churches and societies, and practically
.all of th Western Theatres and places
or BuDlie amusement and ciuns nave
"secured their pianos and organs of
Eilers Piano House.
This is a record the equal of which
cannot be shown by any other whole -sal
'r retail house in the United
State during th ssme length of time.
'. ' THE SALE CONUINUES
The sal will continue durinc the
You can set cere now a very eooa.
serviceable and fully warranted piano
for tls. for which ume grade and
quality 70U are expected to pay at
h least SS60. elsewhere. These pianos
32t Ixrfore Eilers Piano House came
nto this field.
- Th choicest creations, of Chlckering
B "BofisT' of "BosTofirrof 'THrTenowited--
factory or weoer, jvew rorK, and th
now famous Kimball, of Ch'cago, are
her In this sale, and if your home Is
without a piano, you cannot afford to
Ignore th present mopey-savlng op
And., besides, th terms of payment
have been mad se easy that no one
need hesitat sow on that score. If
yon are not prepared to pay ail cash
w will arrang payments for you of
little more than ordinary piano rant
. Too can never place JS, 16. $10 or $15
a month to better advantage than to
supply your ham with a good piano.
Kuw 1 th time to get one. and th
rlao is Eilers Piano House, Ml Wash
ington strL - ,
WcHs, Fafgd & Co. Promise to
Put Up a Substantial One.
Eugene Shelby, local agent of Wells,
I Fargo ft CO., has petitioned the city
council to exempt the property on the
I southeast corner of. Fourth and Tam- '
I hill street from tb provisions of the J
f nnllfiAnM nrvivtrilno- fnr t h A lovinsr of Ce
ment sidewalks In the near future. j
Mr. Eheiby says that he' Is In receipt j
of a letter from CoL Pndley Evans, acting j
president of the ex pre company, in :
which he states that It is thai intention
of the company. to reet a substantial
building on this quarter blpck In tne
near Tutors, worn to commence aooui
Juna, MOS. This building will 'be an or
nament to tbs city and as It will be nec
essary to excavate the lot clear to the
edge of the street a cement walk put j
down at this time would be entirely i
ruined. , i
It has been the Intention of the com- !
pany' for some time to put tip a good '
building where tile unsightly wooden
I structure how stand"-, At present tlie
Wells Fargo fcanlt is paying rent at
Second and .Washington streets, but,
with a building of its own.' the bank and ;
express offices will be housed under one i
Discuss Important Questions With
1 the President.
OT8TER BAT. Bept. 16.8enators Han- I
na, Bpooner, Allison, Aldrlch and Lodge !
and Postmaster- General Payne, arrived j
hero this morning and went to Sagamore '
Hill, where a conference with President j
Roosevelt Is being held thin afternoon.
It Is learned that the tariff revialon a
th subject to.be-. most extensively dis
cussed. SEES BUKNH).
M. A. Bradford, express agent at Lat
ourell,' Or., was In the city today. He Is
a great bee fancier and has been engag
en In that line of. business for a number of
years in connection with his other duties.
A few weeks ago he says that he took
U swarms of bees to the mountains a
short distance from Latotirell, and that
all of them were burned, together with
00 ponds of honey, In the forest fires.
A GLIMPSE Of THE MND
s -v; J;u El W' rrM A Sv -
TAKE NO ;
Port of Portland Is
Chamber of Commerce Hold
Important Meeting This
against the building of the drydock at '
Vancouvr uia not xeem to hold water
v. 1th the trntitees of the Chamber of Com
merce at their meeting this moriilrtj,-. The
protest wag read and placed on file as it'
was the opinion of the board thul the j
' x-on vi ionium commission is compe- i
1 tent to arrange its own aflalis. ;
( An invitation was read from Secretary i
R VanUewater, of the Walla Walla
Fiult Fair, requesting the chamber to
attend their fair, on Commercial Dav,
Saturday, September 27, as the commer
cial organizations o,f Seattle, Tacoma and
Spokane hsve promised to attend This
was referred to the entertainment com
mittee with power to act.
A letter was read from John Uatrett,
addrcsned from Shanghai, suggesting that
the chamber Invite General T. S. Bhar
retls. Tariff Commissioner of the ITnutl
States, in China, who In In t!an Francisco,
at present, lo address the chamber. Gen
eral Sharretts is one of the general ap
praisers of the I'nlted States and la an
expert on tariff on foreign trade.
A communication irom the National
Board of Trade rquesting the chamber
to loin their body was placed on file.
The navigation committee reported that
they had received a communication from
Captain Lahpftll, IT. 8. Engineers, stat
ing that he had received a letter from pil
ots and masters of touring vessels, re
questing that an opening be made in the
Swan bland dike ISO feet In width and
6 feet in depth at low Water to allow
the log crafts and other tugs to use the
closed rhute past Swan Island at lower
stages than now possible and thus re-
I lleve the main channel. The navigation
committee recommended that It would be
desUable to comply with the requests C
the pilots and tow-boat men In this re
spect and to relieve the general naviga
tion on the Willamette by taking part of
lh business from the channel on the
East. Bids.; - tv. j 1
This report was . accepted and will b
tent to Captain Langfelt as the views of
th, board. . .-
. Aa predicted In yesterday's Journal,
the chamber-twill th tTnld
States Board of Engineers at the Arling
ton Club and discuss the aonditloa of the
Columbia River bar at that time.
There! was . considerable discussion
about the forest reserve,' the old commit
tee was discharged at their own request.
and Messrs, Williams, Ladd. Watson,
Wolfs and Russell were appointed on this
D. H. Stearns was appointed a dale
gate to the National Irrigation Congress,
to be held at Colorado Sprlnga from Oo
tober 6-8, with power to select his own
companion, v -? '
They Adopt Scorching Resolutions
In Convention at Provo.
PROVO. Utah, Sept. ie.-The Democrat
ic Stale convention opened this morning
with heavy delegations. After the pre
liminary organisation this afemoon the
putform claimed th attent ot. It was a
lengthy document, creating considerable
discussion, and embraces planks favoring
arbitration, the election of United States
Senators by a direct vote: a scorching ar
raignment of the Republican party In
Utah in its action pending legislation re
garding silver miners and De-t growers;
condemns the Republican party for j
hypocrisy in dealing with the people of
Cuba and for seeking to ail them at the '
expense of Utah and Other sugar pro-,
duclng States. It I predicted that Major
Wlllard Young and W. II King will oe
nominated tonight oti the first ballot for
Supreme Court Judge and Congressman.
-POLICE tBLAJtSCRIPT TODAY.
On th police transcript today are the
cases of Joe Coggins Mate Kaufman,
Chas. Johnson,' John Carey, J. K. Dry
den, Emery Gfeelo, Robert Williams and
James Welch for being drunk; Mabel
Cooper and Edith Wallace for vagrancy;
George Fester for 'begging and Alex.
Starr for refusing, to move on.
The Journal, a Free and Fair news
paper. It hns no axe to grind.
AND A FEW OF ITS RESULTS
V FINISHELECTION. , :
,PS8 MOINES, Sept X.Thc ; Odd
Fallows election of Sovereign Grand
Lodge officers is as follows:' Orand Sirs.
John B. Goodwin, of AtlanU; deputy.
Robert Wright, of Allentown. Per grand
secretary. rranJt Funic, ''of Baltimore j
treasurer, Richard Muckla, tf Polls Jet.
phia; Chaplain, J. W, Venable. of Hop
kins vllle, Ky.f ma-rshaj. Je'xa U. Cockum,
of IndiaaapoUa. i ..- .
OBJECTS TO UNIFORMS. . ;
A few of the boys employed by the
Hasty Messenger Company found fault
this morning with the uniforms wita
which they were supplied, and threaten
ed to go on a strike. Four of th boys
quit their .positions and th trouble soon
ON THE COAST
AND . j
DR. B. E. WRIGHT
Hours: 8 a. m. to I p. m., and
T to 8 p. m.
Telephone North 1191.
341J4 Washington Street
Receiving the Highest Number of Votes Cast on Coupons Cut From Th
Journal. A. Very Fln.- y , .V ;7-.t-.i-j .
To thrf labor Union Receiving the Second Largest Number of Vete Out
. From .th Journal I
No Union It' BarreoP-Open to AIL All Votes .ust Be Written on Journal
. . . 1 ' .. ' . Coupons. 'f ,
CONTEST OPNS,SPTv2, 1901. . 1
'And Is for the purpose of ascertalnloa' whlch'two labor unions In th city
are the most popular, progressive and -enterprising. 150 In cash and m
.very fin roll-top writing desk, represent the first and second prizes re
spectively. No union is barred from entering the rauoe; it la free for alL
1 vet for;
, a th most popular, progressiva
i-i . - ; I Votef , name)
Contest closes Ootober 2, 1902.
' September 20, 1902.
A REQUEST FROM LLOYDS.
Weather Bureau Ctfflclal Beals has sent
to tha Chamber, of Commerce a request
from Lloyd's Marine Agency for permis
sion to incorporate the Northbead Re
porting Station at th mouth of th Co
lumbia River, among th stations from
Which advices and reports regarding
Shipping can be obtained.
Similar marine agenta n New Tork
and Philadelphia object to this request,
so the department at "Wash gon wishes
to know tha opinion or the Paclflo' Coast
Commercial organisations on this sub
Announcement is made that on Septem
ber 24 there will be an inspection and drill
Of the Oregon National Uuard, follow-Hl
by a dance at the Armory. Colonel E'.
Everett will be the Inspecting officii', it
Is probable that a reg'nr army .officer
i will also review the mllltU. Kaeh gtmrds-
man will be allowed a corUln number of
invitations and no on will b admitted
without presenting an invitation. This la
the first Inspection of the season and Quite
a crowd Is expected.
This Inspection will give Colonel Everett
an opportunity to lnvestlj-.t.) the condi
tion of the clothing and accoutrements of
the guardsmen and of their drilling. It
is probable that there wll! be more In
spections this winter than la it, as Colonel
Everett wishes to be in i ;cm tpuch with
and enterprising Labor Union In
,V t . .
not good for us after
mt&. ALLEN'S SCHOOL
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
228 Sixth 6trt.
i Second year win open Monday, Bept em -:
ber 16, 1902. Classes In Mathem.itlo, His
torv. Enallsh. Latin. Greek ao4 Qennan.
Special students admitted to regular
classes, - For circulars address MA.KU A
RKT V. ALLEN. 913 Kelly street. Port
land. Or. Telephone Front 2515.
- . , Of th
University of Oregon
Sixteenth 'annual session begins Oct. L
190il. Address a E3. JOSEPHI. M. D.,
Dean. 610 Dekum building, Portland.
Hon. Mayor Williams and Common .Coun
cil of the City of Portland, Gentlemen:
While on my way to this city last Sat
urday night my horse fell through the
bridge at Eastern Saw Mill. I applied to
the police for aantstance and they aen,t
me to the city stable, which I found
closed, but, was directed to the Are de
partment, who finally helped me out and
1 recovered the horse, lie Is totally dis
abled, however, and I am damaged in the
sum of ITS. The horse can be seen at the
Thomas boardlug house, Orand avenue,
by the saw mill. You will, I trust, grant
me relief. Respectfully yours.
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