The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, October 13, 1902, Page 7, Image 7

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    TITC: OIIEGON .DAXVT JOURNA-L, frOKlXANP. MONDAY VENiyq. OCTOBER .13, 1902..
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Oregon Daily Journal
JOURNAL CLASSIFIED
Ads.1
COST UTTLE-tut they
BRING BIG
Rests Its
Results out of all
proportion . to their
cost. ' A SMALL AD.
INSERTED IN THESE
COLUMNS IS READ BY
THOUSANDS
ATTORNEYS.
fax ton. Beach 4b Simon, 610 Chamber ol
.J, Commerce.
Beo. J. Cameron, Attorney at lav, Tit
Chamber of Commerce, Portland. Or.
If. Mosessohn, 723 Chamber of Commerce.
END TOUR WANT ADS to The Journal
lor result. Phone Main fv
BANJO, MANDOLIN AND GUITAR.
Free uie of instruments. Wanted
players for clubs. UaL Webber in
atruotor, 717 Uarquam bldg.
BILLIARD PARLORS.
KHt NARRAOANSETT BILLIARD PAR
lore. 128 6th Bt. Office Brown' Oroh.
CARPENTERS AND BUI
LDEBS.
John A. Melton, carpenter and builder.
. 107 Stark at.; office and atore fixtures
built and remodeled, altering aad re-
pair homes. Phone Main 747,
CARD ENGRAVERS
WEDDINO AND VISITING CARDS En
graved: W. O. Bmlth
& Co.. Third
floor, Washington bldg.
CEREAL MILLS.
Acme Mill Co..
Acme Cereals.
anufacturera Ralatoa-
20 A 82 N. Front at.
f. JOHNSON & CO. manufacturers Peer
, leaa Health cereals, 132-4 Front at.
COAL AND WOOD.
Oregon Fuel Co., dealers In all kinds of
.coat ana wooa, 344 Morrison st
VULCANi COAL CO.. WHOLESALE
dealers best coals, foundry and smelter
. . ooite.
CHIROPODY AND MANICURING.
L. Mitchell, Chiropodist. Knight's Shoe
Store. 224 Wash, st. Phone Hood 728.
CLAIRVOYANT.
CLEANING AND REPAIRING.
nSLUBLS STEAM CLEANING A DT
Ina Co.: clothes called for and delivered.
mono iiooa bts. Ji. Kaufman 184 2d st,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
SMOKE OUR OWN MIXTURE Can't be
i-Bsat.- oig monei . i jj.. ijta at..
DENTISTS.
Theoaore it Thomp7on7-61 Washing
ton
OiUff., VTUUU.gl.On UUX OUrUl SU.
Phone
lood 411
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
bregon'Emp.oyttient CoV, ttfWuxnalde at
cteip oi au unas wantea. -
GROCERS.
F. Dresser Co.. J40-W Washington st.
HOUSE FURNISHERS.
Horde Furnishers Furniture,
parlor goods, stoves, etc B
carpets.
urts A Sons. 172-175 First. 218-224 Yam.
hllL Both phones 804. m
MA8SAGE.
MDMK.
H. K. ELY, daithatolyoglst
maseage,
First at.
ivcirra treatments. Us
BANK8.
LAX TILTON, BANKERS
Established in 18&8.
Interest Allowed on time deposit.
toiiroram dwi ai au points on fa
vorable terms. Letters of credit issued
available in Europe and all point in
the United States. ,n
. ht hnf? d telegraphic trans
ferav sold en Sew York, WaahlnstorT
vnioaKo. st j-ouis. .uenver. Omaha.
un iwucibot nu various Points la
OregcW Washington, Idaho, Montana
and BrltUh-CJolumbla. ., ,'. vrn,f
Exchange sold on London. Par la Bar.
Un. FrankFort. Song Kong? YokohomaT
rANTArTAM
JAN1C OFNJOMMERCK.
rhlch la amalgamated
With which la amnlsnn.t
. THBI BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Capital paid" up...................?eoot'
Keaerve 2.000,000
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMBNT
Accounts opened 'for sum of tlO and un-
vtras, ana .morose allowed on mini
mum monthly balances. .Rate on JIT
v ; B. A. WTLD, Manager
LONDON A SAN FRANCISCO BANK!
Chajnoar 6r VomffleTce uTTfflh TnTr""
Head office, to Old Broad streets' Lon
don. This bank transacts a reneral bank.
Ing business, makes loans, diacountk
blusr and Issues lotters of credit avail.
i; i At i wie.pur
vu.w w uivmwii iu any city of
the world. Deals In foreign and do
- mestio exchange.
Interest paid on time deposits
t W. A. MACRAE, Manager
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK.
'PORTLAND. OR. ,
i FjrnT1f..W't"on President
& r CHfm Vice-President
R. VV. Hoyt Caehlnf
Geo, W. H6yt Assistant Cash
TRANSACTS A GENERAL Bank!
INO BUSINESS.
Irj'tf d lottera of credit Issued
available to all parts of the worldT
Cellectlons specialty. Gold dust
bought. ! .
TUB-- --UNITED STATES
NATIONAL
Transacts a General Banking Bustnaaa
fiiafta-tasued available In ,1i cUies of
the United States and .'Eum m
SKI JSiiXiT gvW
-Vlee-Pr'ealdenr-iiiiv...... JACOB Kavw
Cashle -Tf? C. MILLER
ATNSWORTH NATIONAL BANK
- . AND OAK 8T8.
C. ' AINSWORTH . . . , . PresMent
mcrr t morgan.,.' ..vilS
PE
a W. BCHMEER Assistant Cashier
Tntere-at on time deposits. "
Safe Deposit Department.
morris a whitehead,
Bankers and' investments.
first and -alder streets,
i ' PORTLAND, GP
PW-HSGI?Tv$-v:
shrank' J. Streiblg, dm gs toilet'- arUcles,
perfumes. 142 Washington st
CORNICES SKYLIGHTS.
Metal
Skylights, Galvanised - Iron
J. C, .barer, ft Seooaa at.
Cor
ELECTRIC WORKS.
Portland Electrical
.Stara at. , .
Yorka-Offlca Kl
Western El ec trio Worka, tWk Waah at
GASOLINE LAMPS.
H. W,
MANNING Dentin and SuDDly
vo, uiiesi unDrovea gasoline lamps.
o.
r 106 Sixth street. Portland, Ore.
, HOUSES FOR. RENT.
DOmaLd q. WOODWARD, t4 Stark st,
rent and - Insure. Phone Main M.
HOTELS. A
Hotel Belvedere, European plan. Fourth
and Alder ata.
INSURANCE.
ISAAC UWH1TBV FlftB " InSURANCB.
12 Sherlock bldg. ' Oregon phone Main
JA8. Ma L WOOD, Concord Building;
'Phone 47, Employer's Liability Insus
anoe. ' represents American Bonding
Truat Co. Fire insurance.
ARTHUR WILSON, Sherlock Building,
'phone 1008, represents the Alliance and
the Home Fire and Marina Ins, Cos.
JKWELER8.
The L. C. Henrichsen Co.. jewelers and
. opticians. 284 Washington st
The O. Heitkamper Co., manufacturing
Jewelers. t&8 Morrison at
L A. WRIGHT,
Morrison st
the Iowa JeWeler. 291
Geo. O. Brandenburg & Co., Engravers,
Mfg. Jewelers. 8Vs 3d. Phone Hood 487.
J. A. Beck.
watches, "diamonds, Jewelry-
207 Morrison st
Repairing a speciauj.
LADIES' TAILORS.
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS, cloaks
and capes. Accordlan plaites. Applique
work a specialty. Stephana 289 Alder
LAUNDRIES.
PACIFIC LAUNDRY CO., 22 and 221 Ar
thur at, cor. First Lowest prices con
sistent with good work. Prompt deliv
ery. Oregon Phone. 649.
' .. i . ' i
Clean towels dally. Comb, brush, soap.
II per month. Novelty Supply Co.. 4s-
II pe;
42 N.
JNlntn at Tel. 410.
TOWELS
sod. comb and brush.
81
per
12.
mo,
Oregon Laundry Co.. Phone B.
MEDICAL.
DR. MRS. CARET TALBOTTj success
fully treats and cures all diseasea of wo
men. Suoceesfut home treatment by
mall. 308 Salmon St., bet 6th and 6th.
SPRINGSTEEN MEDICINE CO. removed
to 611 DeKura bldg.
MINING ENGINEERS AND ASSAYERS.
MONTANA ASSAT OFFICE, 208 Stark
st. Experts on analysis coals, minerals,
rock, mineral waters. J. T. Gove, Mgr.
J. H. FISK, Mining Engineer and Asaayer.
204 Washington st. Phone Clay 621.
MODEL-MAKER.
For first-class repairing go to Andy Frits
machinist and model-maker, 110 6th st
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONET to Loan on
t roved farms. W. i
tark at
city lots and im-
Shaw & U, 841
W. A. HATHAWAY Money to loan.
10
Waahington bldg. Phone Hood 41.
4 per cent money to loan. 246 Stark st
READ THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS of
The Journal if you wish to buy, veil or
traae.
MONUMENTS,
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS
720 front at Fine work, low prices.
NAVAL ARCHITECT.
Fred A. Ballln. 48 2d St.. Tel. Oak 76. na
val architect-and mechanical engineer.
PERSONAL.
uttclSWERsTWfiflSrs
beat , place to Borrow-" money on dia
monds, watches. Jewelry, furs, etc. All
transactions strictly confidential. Phone
main tiu.
MME. AZA HOLMES, Complexion, Hair,
BKin ana ocarp opeciaiiBt. may be con
sulted aaiiy tree, jij Morrison St.
i 11 " ' ' 1 '' . 111
Use and you will obtain best results
from Western gas or gasoline mantels.
CAFE KRAT2L 122 Sixth St A Ode lunoh
serrca si ui uuuiv, . : - .
-
PHOTOGRAPH ERS;
-p-.i-aa...-. .li.r... j
E-
W. Moore, crayon: and oil
portraits.
Third and Waahington ptg.
PLUMBERS.
Taylor ft Stanton, plumbing and team
fitting. M Bixtn , ,
RESTAURANTS.
Strouse'g Restaurant
Jri.Jy-meais;
229 Waahington at
best service,
RUBBER 8TAMP8.
BTSBT ft LESH CO.-Rribber atampa
Seals, EUencus, eia, til The Dekum.
"irPtelAL-DELlVERVr
Post Sfecial Delivery. No. 200U Wuk.
Ington. Phones. Or. Main 962, CoL 26L
TIMBER.CLAIMS LOCATED.
DO YOU wantto locate sugar and yellow
ine iinjour imiuhi t- urn oest, to be
ad. Apply 423 Abitigfon Building.
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
FOR IMMEDIATE LOCATION
no veuow pipe timoer claims; cruise
8,000.000. , , - :
10 nomesteaa timoer claims; fine fir:
cruise 4,000.000 to 8.000,000 to the
quarter section; feA reasonable;
money -obtained to prove-up- on If de-lred-
J71- HAWKS.
Room tM Commercial Bldg '
HAVE BONA FIDS purchaser for rood
timoer lanus. . piuwiwi vnij. . wih
Hawks, roam 106 Commercial bldg.
WHOLESALE GROCERS, r"7
Wadhama ft CcU wnolesalej grocers,' man
ufacturera. and commission merohanta
64 aha 66 Front st,
Alien Xwis. wholfsal Jrrooera, Port-
lana, wre. . -. ' . - -,
Masen. Ehraad Co., wholesale groo
era. N. W. cor, second and Pine ata.
Lang A 2ew First and Ankeny sta,
WHOLESALE HARDWARE.
j is? i i i- - -i - rrnrirararysi'nnii.isea. i
E. Hascrrlne ft Oo., iron, steeL coal and
blacksmith's supplies! 45,' 61 Second st.
WHERE TO DINE.
BATH 4t. SANDYS, successor to H. C
Brandea. leading restaurant service
and table unequaled in this city.. 146
First at , .
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED 49 women. " Since old Dr.
- Kessler'a return they have been traat-
lia si women oaur in tne laaiaa ae-
riart ment
iney can treat u more. iu
or write for home system. Enclose 19
(-cent atampa, Address St. Lout Medl
oal and Suraioal Dispenaarr, cor. Second
and Yamhill ata, Portland. Or. -
BEAD THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS ol
The Journal if you wish to buy, sell or
usri d luiurriwMli S - "
NVAJT'EDSTr." men for Oregon, J Wash-
lagtoa. iNereaa ana utan; ire lare,
Sagee 2 to M a day; long lobs. C ft.
anaen 4t Co, 26 N. Second st
GOOD MAN WANTED to present a finan
cial proposition. 245 Stark st
SEND YOUR WANT ADS to The Journal
for results. Phone Main 600.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
THE LOCKWOOD, 2S1H Morrison st
Furniabed rooms; transient t Phone
Oregon south tot.
THE CASTLE 872 Wash.; rooms for gen
tlsmen; transient Tel. South 76L
HOUSE FOR SALE.
HOMES TO SELL on small monthly pay
ments. zw utarK st
TWO HOUSES FOR SALE.
164 Stark st
L. N. Davla
READ THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS of
The Journal if you wiah to buy. tell or
trade.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A No. 2 Hartford
type
writer, nearly new. first class cond
dltion
at a bargain. Address M. E. - Hearn
Harriaburg Or. ,
CHIROPODY AND MANICURING.
THE DEVENY8. the only scientific
chiropodists in the city. Parlors 801-2
Allsky bldg. This ia the long-haired
gentleman you want to see. Grant 16.
CURIOS.
SUN SOON HUIE CO.. teas, mattings,
Jap.' curios, carpets, rugs, 247 Yamhill.
ROPE! ROPEI '
PORTLAND CORDAGE CO.. cor. Ilthan3
Northup ata., Portland,- Oregon.
SAFES.
, v
HALL SAFE, standard of the world:
aafes sold on easy payments; trade your
old safe for a new one. Norrls Safe A
Lock Co., 91 First at.
BUT YOUR SAFE of J. E. Davis,
repair and lockouts safely done.
Your
66 Id.
8TORAGENpjTJRAN8FER.
C. Pick, office 88 First St., bet 'stark
and. Oak; phone 696. Pianos and furni
ture moved and packed for shipping;
commodious fireproof brick warehouse.
Front and CJay ata.
jnCKET OFFICES.
Overland Cut Rate Ticket Office, 140
Third at; 16 to $20 saved to all points.
TYPEWRITERS. -
The Smith-Premier Typewriter, 12S Third
street All makes of typewriters for
rent. Supplies for all macnlnea. L. A
M. Alexander te Co.. agenta
W. A. Rldeout, Agent
Typewriters. 264 Stark
BItnkenaderfef
st.
WALL PAPER.
H. P. Chrtstensen, wall paper or and
painter. 141 Seventh st, corner Alder.
Ernest Miller ft Co.,
oratora. 127 First
wall paper and dec
t NOTICE TO MEMBERS CARPENTERS'
-:. UNION, No. BQ. -
To the Members of the Carpenters'
Local Union, No. 50:
You are hereby notified to be present
at the regular meeting Wednesday even
ing, October 16, as business of import
ance will be up for consideration.
W. H. BRACKETT, President.
Portland, Or., October 13, 1902.
- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Estate of Erastus Barttett, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been duly appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon, for
Multnomah . County, administrator, with
the will annexed, of the estate Of Erastus
Bartlett, deceased. All persons having
claims against said estate are hereby noti
fied to present the same to me properly
verified, as by law required, at my office,
oorner Fifth and Yamhill streets. Port
land, Or within six months from the date
hereof.
Dated this 8th day of September. 1902.
WM. M. KAPUS. Administrator.
GEO. W. HAZEN, Attorney for Adminis
trator. NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed baa been appointed and has duly
qualified as the executor of the last will
and testament of Elisabeth Belser. de
ceased. All persons having claims
against said estate are required to pre
sent the same, duly verified, to the un
dersigned, as the office of Paxton, Beach
ft Simon, 0 Chamber, - rf , Pemacarsc
building, Portland, Or., within six months
from this date.
CASPAR K.OHLER,
'Executor of the Last Will and Testa-
ment of EllKabetn Belser. Deceased.
Dated, Portland, Or., September 22,
1902.
Paxton, Beach ft Simon, Attorneys for
Executor.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Emanuel May and wife to Chas. E
MlnslngeT, 11.40- acres sec. 26, twp.
I n., r- 3 e t 1600
P. S. C. Wills to College Endowment
Association, lots 8. 80. block 6.
Portsmouth Villa, extended - 60
L A. Peters and wife to A. L. Ford
Warren, lot 8, block 2, Wllllama
ave. add 2100
Central Trust ft Investment Co. to
A. C. Hanna, lot 4, blocK 8, cen
tral add .v. 100
M. R. and N. Coy to O. F. Hull, lota
26 to 28, block 8, Mansfield 1
D. H. and W. K. Smith to Savings
A Trust uo., lot i, diock l, port
land; lot 1, 4,' 6, and e6 lota 2, t,
block 105, Couch's add, and und. y,
.... 4 a oa iin.,tanA ..1
1UL9 O, mw-. " a w. ,u, mtA
parcel land east of bjock 101, Port
land, being 119x77x1200x95 ft 1
C. R. Speaks and husband to L. II.
Buchanan, s. zt it lot z ana n. 60
ft lot 8. block R. Tabor Heights... 1100
Mathew Campbell and wife to Rich
ard O. Holmes, lot 8, DIOCK 29,
Alhina Homestead 7E0
The Co-Operativsxlnvestment Co. to
Ira Kener, 101a ia. az, diock y; lot
9 block 9. Highland Park 1
The Co-Operative Investment Co. to
C W. Moore, lot 12, bloeK , Hign-
land Park -..v.-. 1
D. H. Harnett to c, H. Korreii. lots
, , block 12, Watsons addT.... 4300
Daniel Harnett to Loren Seward,
111 block It, Lincoln Park Anne:
A and I. D. Kennedy to W.
Seward, tot 1. ciocx 10; lot t, block
11. Lincoln rant Annex in
Bretta M. Mayaeth to W. D. Smirt,
s. 7Z rt. lots 11, i, diock iv, sun.
Riverview add to Albina ........ J200
B. F. Holt fo-R. M. Kelly et aL.
lot 8, block 1, hi. Portland HelghU Z36
Oet your Title Insurance and Abstracts
to Real Estate from tag Title Guarantee
ft Trust Co., Chamber of Commerce.
-, ONE OF THE FEW. , ,
Blair Irwin, one of the few 'snrrivors
of the "Charge of ths Light Brigads,'
made memorable by Tennyson, new lives
on s small farm near snares Mass.
FANS OUT
OF A JOB
Baseball Games Gosefor
MheSeon
SPOKANE AT BOTTOM
Last Two Games Here Were Farce
, Football Now on Deck
Various Sports."
Northwest League.
Saturday's Games Helena, 3. Portland,
1. Butte, 7; Spoaane, 6. Seattle, 10; Ta
Coma, 6.
Sunday's Game--Helena, 4; Portland,
1 Butte, 10; Spokane, 9.
coma, 4.
Stattle. 8; Ta-
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
P. C.
.606
.683
.546
.483
.400
.382
Butte ...
Seattle ..
Helena
Portland
Tacoma
Spokane
The season of fandom is over. Helena
trimmed the locals for the last two
games. The visitors did not have to exer
cise any unusual efforts to dffeat the
Webfooters. They were so easy that the
Cardinals put In as a battery any old
fielder.
SATURDAY'S GAME.
Score by Innings.
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Helena 0 1 0 2 0 o 0 o 08
Portland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
SUMMARY.
Bases on balls Off Lippert, 4.
"Hit by pucher Weed.
Struck out By Lippert. 2; by Engle, 2.
Two-base hit Weed.
Left on banes Portland, T; Helena, 8
Sacrifice hits Shaffer, Adm.
Stolen bases Slagle. Murdouk, Schmeer.
Double plays Peeples to Bchmeer to
Schaffer (2).
Wild pitch Engle.
Time of game 1:16.
Umpire Lynch.
Attendance 1200.
SUNDAY. GAM K3.
' Score by Innings.
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Helena 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 04
Portland 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
SUMMARY.
Runs earned Helena. 1.
Bases on balls Kostal,
Two-base hits Thief y.
Left on bases Portland, 10; Helena, 9.
Sacrifice hit Van Buren.
Stolen bases Weed, Anderson, Mur
dock. 1
Tim of game 1:60.
Umpire Kankin. ;
Attendance 8000.
BUTTE FIVE STRAIGHT.
SPOKANE, jct 18. The visitors took
all but one game from the home team,
making five straight.
SATURDAY'S GAME.
Score by Innings.
12346678
Rnnkane . .1 0 1 0 2 0 2 0
9
06
Butte 0 0 0 1 1 4 0 1
SUMMARY. v
Earned runs Spokane, 3; Butte, 6.
Bases on balls Off Pfelster, 3; Roach, 1.
Struck out By Pfelster, 1: by Roach. 3.
Two-base hits Donahue, Ferris, Smith,
Hooch. . ....
T hr.a.ha.. hit- W.fd. Smith.
Sacrifice hits Donahue (2), Kelly
Roach.
Stolen bases Elsey, McGllllgan, Kane
Double play Kane to Smith.
Passed ball Elsey.
Wild pltoh Pfelster.
Left on bases Spokane, t; Butte, 4.
Time of game 1:45.
Attendance 300.
YESTERDAY'S GAME.
Score by Innings.
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Sookan 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 8 29
ftnlt. 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 3 110
SUMMARY.
Runs earned Spokane I; Butt. 2.
Bases on balls Off ulck. 4; Dowllng. 6.
Btruck out Quick. 2; Dowllng. 6.
Two-base hits Knox, Marshall, Elsey
Three-base hits Howells.
Sacriflce hits Howells, Knox.
Stolen bases Elsey. McHale. Ward 2.
1 Wild pitches Quick. 1; Dowllng. 1.
Left on bases Spokane, t; Butte, 8.
. Time of gane 160 minutes.
Umpire Colgan.
SEATTLE BEATS TIGERS.
SEAI iLE. Oct. 13 -The Dugdalea made
short work of the Tigers in the two clos
ing games of the season.
SATURDAY'S GAME.
Score by Innings.
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Seattle 2 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 10
Tacoma 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 6
SUMMARY.
Earned runs Tacoma. 4.
Bases on balls oft Hlckey, 6; off Har
mon, 2.
Hit by pttcher Hulen. Hurley.
Struck out By iHckey, 6; by Harmon,
3.
Two-base hits Klopf. Hlckey, Dal
rymple, Zalusky. Kn, kenlleld.
Three-base hits Klopf, Zalusky.
Stolen bases Drennan, Dalrymple (2),
Campbell. J. McCarthy (I), Rockenneld.
Passed ball Zalusky.
Left one bases Seattle, t; Tacoma, 9
Time of game 1 30.
Umpire J. McCarthy.
Attendance 1000.
SUNDAY GAME.
Score by Innings.
1 2 3 4 6 7
Seattle 2 0 4 3 0 0
9
08
Tacoma ......2 1 0 0 0 . 0 1 0 04
SUMMARY.
'Runs earned Seattle, Jj Tacoma 2. .
HitsOff Wellington. I; oft Harmon, 6.
Bases on balls Stovsli, 3; Wellington
6; Harmon, 1.
Hit by pitched baJls Wellington, 2
Harmon, 2. . ' '
Struck ont fitovall. I: WeUlnsten. 1:
( Harmon, 4.
I'wo-pase nits jLrennan, eiovaii, zai
sky, Harmon.
' Stolen bases Kelly. StevaU, Dalrymple,
Campbell, J. McCarthy;.
Doble plays Hulen to Babbitt tf
Drennan. McCarthy to Johnson to Hutch
inson, Swindells to Hutchinson,
-Wild pltcheer-tovalL 1; Wellington, 4.
Passed balls Zalusky. Swindells.
Left on basss- Seattle, tj Tacoma, t.
Time of rams 1
: Umpire McCarthy.
. - - - - ..--Arf
4 .
featherweightsioht,
NEW .YORK, Get, U-Bsw Tanker,
the . Chicago featherweight and Terry
McGoVern were matched Soday to meet in
a to-round contest before, any club offer
ing the best inducements, the" contest to
take place before .MoOovera's meeting
with Teung CorketL
CHESS CHAMPION HERE.
- NEW YORK. Oct It Emanuel Lailter,
chess champion of the world, was a pas
senger on beard the steamer Columbia,
which arrived in port tonight from Glas-ow.
Football Notes.
Games played this season resulted as
follows: Portland Academy6T Pacific
University,'", Medlcmi College, 6; Hill
Military Academy, 0. Portland High
School. Ill Columbia University, 0. Bish
op Soott Academy, 6; Dental Collsgs, 0.
BRIGHT OUTLOOK FOR KANSAS.
LAWRENCE. Kan., Oct. 13. The foot
ball team of Kansas University lined up
on the university field Saturday against
the Washburn College eleven, the game
being the first important one on this sea
son's schedule of ths Jayhawkers. Un
der the direction of Coach Curtis the
Kansas squad has rounded into good
shape, and the outlook for the season :s
regarded as unusually bright. The sched
ule this year Is about the best ever ar
ranged by Kansas and colls for games
with such important eievens as those ot
Wisconsin University, Nebraska, Mis
souri, the Haakell Indians, Druke Uni
versity and Knox College.
TOLR OF BIG LEAGUE STARS.
CHICAGO, Oct. 13. Following a custom
that- has prevailed since the early '80' s,
a number of prominent players of the
National and American baseball leagues
Isive organized two cluba to go on a tour
this v Inter with a view to providing pock
et money until the first "salary advance '
Is forthcoming for the season of 1903.
The players made their debut here yester
day. The Industrious advance agent has
mapped out a long routine that will ex
tend aa far as the Pacific coast and Include
games at Cedar Rapids. Des Moines.
Sioux City. Omaha, Kansas City, Topeka,
Denver, Colorado Springs. Santa Fe. Al
buquerque. El Paso, Phoenix, San Bar
nardlno, Los Angeler and a number of
other cities.
News of Boxers.
Al Nail has left San Francl.co for Chi
cago to seek a match.
Tim Hegarty left San Franciso on the
last boat for Australia.
Con Sheehan la matched to fight Dave
Barry.
Word has been received here by Tom
Tracey from a sporting man In Australia
stating that good inducements will be
nffered for a fair American heavy-weight
to go over and box Doherty, who re
cently defeated Peter Felix for it, purse
of 16,000. A round trip ticket will be fur
nished as an Inducement.
Arrangements are under way for a. fight
between Tom Tracey and Wollcott before
any responsible Pacific coast club. Wal
cott has written a letter to Tracey In
which he declares his willingness to light
on October 30, providing a siiltahln purse
can be raised. Tracey has answered him
to the effect that he would light him at
UO pounds before any rep.u.abje., clyb.Ji
the' United' States. This Is the orky col
ored man that Tracey will fight. If thn
mkteh with Tracey fulls through. Myste
rious Billy Smith Is willing to ni-et Wai
cott for a purse nnd 11000 side t)et.
HE WRITES .
GLOWINGLY
Of the Wonderful Coos Bay Coun
trySpokane Interested,
A very eneouTaglng letter was reerlved
by J. J. Walter, irhrnlRratlon atfent of the
Great Central, from- J. J. McClane, u
capitalist of Spokane, and one of the lurg
rst Investors at Coos Hay. Mr. Mc('l(,r:e
spent more than a month In siting up tin
situation of the enterprises now being
pushed in that locality.
Among other things, the letter reads:
"The boys here spare no pains or ex
pense to boom the enterprise for all that
it Justifies. Bangor is the heart of the
fcttyatlnK, ftnlCpoa. Bay ...is, Ji ::1gsw.,
horse-shoe of good luck and omen of
future prosperity. Her waters will float
the commence of a future metropolis.
"Our pushers have pluck,
Our customers have pluck,
And none will be stuck
When the railroad comes."
REFLECTIONS ON BANGOR.
"The streets of Bangor have assumed
quite a c'tifled appearance. One can al
most hear the mermaids come out of the
bay and serenade the railroad magnates
!n the administration building, and I set
the salmon jumping out of the water to
do business with the new hotel on the
hill.
"Messrs. Kaufman and Wagner let no
rich man escape without loading him, up
with moro wealth. They are liberal and
conscientious to all concerned. It has
been a pleasure to me to sojourn with
such gentlemen, and I shall remember
their many courtesies with pleasure. . . "
Mr. McClane has large business Inter
ests In Salt Lake and the Eastern states,
but proposes to concentrate all his inter
ests in the Coos Bay country, expecting
to make his home there In the near fu
ture. SPOKANE BUYS.
Spokane takes a great deal of Interest
In the developments of the Coos Bay
country, many of whose prominent capi
talists have already bought several thou
sand dollars' worth of land there.' and
still continue buying. Two telegrams
were received by J. J. Walter, within the
last 24 hours, state that 82000 more stock
was bought by Spokane people.
BUILDING PERMITS.
To E. P. McCroakey. dwelling, Fargo
and Rodney avenue; $1700.
To Dr. C. H. Rafferty, repairs, Eas
Waahington and K Mntn; siuw.
To R. K. Warren, additions, Williams
venue and Shaver; SSOO.
To Gordon Manufacturing Co., cMtl
shed., Front and Hoyt; 8700.
To Gordon Manufacturing Co., 2-story
dwelling,. SeUwood and Union avenue;
9U)B0f -.-. ..... -
NEW TODAY.
The Ford-Wilson
Auction Co.
Have another nice lot of Furni
ture for
Auction Sale
Wednesday next at IS2 First
street,
THE FORD-MILLER. AubTION CO.
Will sell several large consignments of
FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD
GOODS, all of which are perfect and
clean. In one lot we notice a VERY FIN B
ANTIQUE MAHOGANY DRE8SER. Come
and see It, and the bedroom sulta, side
boards, extension tables, chairs, new'ajpd
secoOd-hand carpets of all kinds, new
linoleum, cook stoves, heater, etc.,' etc.
Sale WEDNESDAY NEXT, 10 a. m., 182
1st street.
WILSON ft FORD, Auctioneers.
Thursday next at 346 Hancock
street the Ford-Wilson Auction
Company
HAS RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM
MR. S. L. KAFKA TO SELL THE CON
TENTS OF HIS LARGE RE8IDENCE AT
84 HANCOCK STREET, NEAR UNION
AVENUE. Here is a BEAUTIFUL PAR
LOR SUITE, UPHOLSTERED IN THE
FINEST OF BROCATELLE SILK, COST
$125; oak bedroom suits, with French plate
mirrors; very large mirror; Y Y springs;
mattresses; oak extension table; hall rack;
odd pieces of furniture; extra good body
Brussels parlor carpet; large Moquettf
square rug; stair carpet; lace curtain;
shades; alr-tlght heaters, etc., etc.
Sale Thursday, 10 a. m.
WIL80N ft FORD, Auctioneers.
Friday next at I82 First street
the Ford-Wilson Auction Com
pany Has received a number of eases general
dry goods, ' groceries, boots and shoes,
men's clothing, sttf:, TO " BE SOLD AT
AUCTION at 10 a. m' Friday next, at
182 1st it.
WILSON ft FORD, Auotlonesrs.
SUPREME COURT RECONVENES
WASHINGTON. D. C, Oct 13,-After a
reoesaHMnce the first of June the United
Slates Supreme Court reassembled today
for tho fall term. No business was trans
uded, un adjournment being taken Imme
diately afler the call to order to allow
hc. court to make Its customary call on
the President. The hearing of cases will
be resumed tomorrow.
Among the first cases to be heard are
those of Bird against the United Btates,
brought to determine tne legality of the
murder -trials in Alaska; the Lone Wolf
easel involving the validity of an act of
Congress relutlng to Kiowa Indian lands
tmil the prlap -money "cases of the United
States aguinst Admirals Dewey and
Bumpson.
References-Ladfl & Tllton. Portland; U.
S. National Hank. Portland; Bank of
California San Francisco; Crocker
Wool north National Bank. San Fran
cisco.
Members Chicago Board of Trade, San.
Kmnclsco Produce Exchange. San Fran
cisco Stoc- and Bond Exchange.
Grains, Provisions, Stocks, Bonds
and Cotton.
Ban Francisco Office:
40 California St.
ioa Third Street
PORTLAND. OR.
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RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
THE ONLY THROUGH TRAINS
WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS
BETWEEN
RTLAND
AND-
CHICAGO
RUN OVER
CHICAGO & NORTH
WESTERN RY.
hriME 70 HOURS TO CHICAGO
A. 0. BARKER, ;
General Agent. C.' tk. K. W. Railway.
153 Third it . PORTLAND, OR
Dolfon, Del.uyferS Co.
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RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
03&
EAST via.
SOUTH
Leavea
Union Depet
fRESS VRAlNa,
for Salens, fiou.
8:80 p.m
burg, AaoiamL Sae-
f:IeV84
tramento, Oftia,
ban Jrranclaco, Mo
lave, Los Angeles.
EU Paso, New Or
leans and the Cast
8:80 a.m
At W a a & h a j
T-'OOjm
daily ? (ercept Sun-
uar, morning train
for Mt AngeL SU-
verton. Browns
Tills, Springfield
WendUng and Nat
ron. Albany passenger...
Connects at Wood
burn with Mt An
4:00 p.m
10:10 1
a-el and BUvertoa
local.
Corvallla passenger.
Sheridan passenger.
7:30 am
5:80 p.m
S:l0p.ft
II8:M am
Dally. HDally except Bunday.
Portland -Oswego Suburban 8ervlce and
Yamhill Division.
Ltaot Foot of Jefferson Street.
Leave Portland daily for Osweco at
n2!- m -,12:3. 1:56, 8:26. 4:40r" t:5
p' "V .P&i,y oPt Sunday, 6:80; 8:40 a.
m.; 6:06. 11:80 p. m. ciunday only, :00 e
iS?ti"7!,nf Irom Owjo rrive Port-
II?' P-.ra- Duy except Bunday
fi'in ':'0, - n. Except Monday
U:40 a m. Sunday only 10:06 a. m.
Leave from same depot for Dallaa and
intermediate points daily except Sunday
6:oS p. m. Arrive Portland 8:t0 a. m.
The Independenoe-Monmout.li Motet
Line operates dally to Monmouth and
A! rile, connecting with Southern Pacing
Company's trains at Dallaa and Independ
er.ee.
Rebate tickets on sale between Peft
land, Sacramento and San Franolaoo. Net
rates 817.60 first elaas and 814 aeeend
class. Second olaaa includes sleeper, Aral
class does not.
Tickets to Eastern points and Europe
also Japan, China. Honolulu and Aaa
tralla. Clty Ticket Office oorner Third eats)
Washington streets. Phone Main fit
C. W. STINGER. W. B. COMAJf.
City Tloket Agent Gen. Paa. Agt
WITfnONPACIHC
THREE TRAINS DAILY
FOR ALL P0INT5 EAST
Arrives.
UNION DEPOT. Leave Arrive.
cillCAGO-PoRlLANli' 7
SPECIAL. fjarn 4:30 nm
For tho East via Runt- Daily Dally
Ington.
SPOKANE FLYER,
For Eastern Washing-
ton. Walla Walla, Lew- jl6 p m 7:00 a m
iston, Coeur d'Alene Dally Dally
and Great Northern
points,
ATLANTIC EXPRES8. ,.m .'!, .
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE.
FOR SAN FRAN-
CISCO. f.ron
SS. Geo. W. Elder Alns-
Oct. , 18. 29. 5orLn 1.00 pro
SS. Columbia Pok
Oct. 4, 14. 24. 8:0pji
FOR ASTORIA and 1:00 pkn ""
way points, connecting Dally 6pm
with str. for Ilwaco and ex Bun. Dally
North Beach, str. T. J. Sat. 10 ex Sun.
Potter, Ash street dock, p m
FOR DAYTON, Oregon T 00 am . :00 D
City and Yamhill River "P
points, str Modoc Aah- ISfJL,
street dock. Jn.ur" I,d
(Water permitting.) BL .
TICKET OFFICE. Third and waahta
ton. Telephone. Main 711
PORTLAND & ASIATIC
STEAMSHIP CO.
For Yokohama and Hong Kong, calling
at Kobe, Nagasaki and Shanghai, taking
freight via connecting steamers for Ma
nila. Port Arthur and vladlvostock.
I XD RASA Mi I A SAILS ABOUT OCT. tt,
For rate and full Information call o
or address officials or agenta ot the Gfc
R. A N. Co.
TIME CARD
op
TRAINS
PORTLAND:
"Leavea
7:26 a. m.
11:10 a. m.
3: p. m.
11:45 p. m.
Arrlvea.
Puget Sound Limited
Kansas Clty-St
Louis Special
North Coast Limited
acoma, Seattle
Nlgbt Express.....
t:4tp.B.
ll:10o. m
1:00 a. bw
Take Puget Sound Limited or Korrt
Coast Limited for Oraysr Harbor polntat
Take Puget Sound Limited for Oumnia)
direct ' '
Take Puget Sound Limited or an I
Clty-St. Louis Special for points oat
South Bend krancn
Double daily train eervlce eB Gray8
Harbor branoh.' -
Four trains daily between Portland a
Tacoma ahd seottl. " " T:
A. I. CHARLTOM.
Assistant General Passenger Agent.
256 Morrison St., Portland. Or..
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co
Leavea.
DEPOT, FIFTH
AND I STREETS
Arrives
For Maygera, Rain
ier, Clatskanie, West
port, Clifton. Asto
ria, Warren ton. Fla
vel. Hammond. Fort
Stevens, Gearharx
PK.. Seaside-.Aatorta
and 8 e as ho re Ex
press, Daily. v
Astoria Express,
DaUy
1:00 A. M.
U.10A.M
:40 P. M
7:00 P. M.
Ticket office, 86S Morrlaon street a
Union Depot ., '
J. C. MAYO. General Passenger Agent
Astoria Or. ' , .
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