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'"TIIE OREGOX DAILY OtrilVirPi)nLAXD, FJIIDAT ETENIXO, .TAXTAItT 21003?
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6ITTMTI0BB WARTED TEMALE.
IUU'KEKT young w6msn woull like to Itkl
fturulsbeA rooms. Box L. care JouruaL
BIT IIXPEKIKNOKD young- Worosn, position ag
nlinUily lu bakery or confectionery tore.
Adis-ess Bhc HI. esr Journal,
SITTJATIO WASTED MALE.
WANTED A (xmltUm I'T young mull. to
l.Wurk s few boars in morning, few In sfter-
. Hiwin snu evening, lure ;c, .joyrjai.
XOt'NH MAN of :t2. with experience porter
lti wholesale grocery: willing tu do anything,
ftty r country. Address Wlwiessle, Journal.
BITI ATI...V WANTED by young nisa In fac
tury: wholesale or retail liquor itore; willing
to wurk out t town. Address Bliuey. &t
HiLP WANTED FEMALE.
W AM'tlfi-K women.' Hluea old Dr. K easier a
. return they bare been treating ST women
-dalL Ji. tlie tadloa'. OuparUwjiU TeF A9t,
treat 4U mora. Call or write for borne aya-
tein. Kneloae 10 2-ent aUmpa. Addreaa St.
Louts Medical and Surgical Dlapenaary, cor.
K..ind Hurt Yamhill at.. Portland. Ore. -
HELP WAJf TED MALE.
M. R. LAllOUF.HS for NvTada, Waablngton and
Oregon; wagee, $2 up; frea tare; alao otber
work. C. ft. Hanseu A Co., 20 North See
1UC COSMOS tb and Morrison, furnished
, housekeeping aultoa, aultea and single (ooma;
A' per week and up.
1'llli LOCK WOOD, 351 M Morrison at rur
glxhed rooms: transient. Phone Oregon 8. 60A.
THK CASTLE 372 Wash.; rooiua for gentle
man : transient. Tel. (Vinth Ml.
FOB RENT HOUSES.
KriltNISIIKK C(lTTAK 4i K. TaTli.r.
OK SALE Klne plapo, nearly new, blgn
itraile; fill aell ebeap, aa I need money to
. wvSKtfM. iMbJiuaJiuwa.; cugb talks. CKH Coiupwr
clal at. - - - -
FOB 8ALP: Angora goata bllltea, aannlea and
wetbera); alsu Cotswold atieep tram'a and
' eweat. Edward L. Naylor. Forest tirove, Or.
I AMU.N. ttUACU nlMON, 610 chamber of
Mil. it KID, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW. room 4, Alna
worti bldg.. Third and Oak.
UEO. J. CAMKKOK, ATTOHNEY-AT-LA W. Tl
1 bsciher of Commerce. Portland, Or.
N MilSKSSOHV. 722 Chamber of Commeree.
A0C0UHTAKT8 AND AUDITORS.
ilKHCHANTS' ACCOI NTANTS Special atten
tion given to the rendering of nuanclal atate
uieuts; auiall aeta of books posted weekly.
LMl'lltU 8PKCIALTY CO., adrertialng apeclal
11 and slirns 21 Htark at.
BANJO, MANDOLIN AND OUITAR.
lNHTKlCTION clnlis tor advanced pupils; In
struments for aale. Hal. Webber, studio TIT
BARGING AND LIGHTERING.
uar.bO.N HOUND LUMBER CO.,
l Phone tirsnt 1171.
Jilt. J. mAjuakk.n CO. Wholesale dealer. la
)nildlne materials. Tt-2:V i'tne at.
iAll.S' I LAC& ZSi Waahlngtoa st. Phone S.
2:'..'tl- Mt'll Yates, prop. Portland. Or.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
L. W. CLoPTON. contractor, grader and i
cuvator. 2SS K. Kth at. Phone Union 2iSl.
VbtiUl.NO A.l VISIT1AU (JAltOS engraved;
W. U. Smith at Co., Third Boor, Washing
.LiAt KYi.bHTS. galvanised Iron cornices.
I Kavler. 2Hfl Kwnid st.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
4UU. a. uiiL,10A, carpeuter aud builder, aui
SUrk at.; odlce and atore flit urea built and
rciutMleifd. alteiiog and repair bouses. Pnoue
Mn In 747.
J. S. 11LAKNEY. carpenter end builder; eatl
mates elTen. SM K. Stark. Phone Union 7IT.
ALMt) A111.LS CO., Manufacturer uatetoa
Acme Cei-eala. 20 , awl 22 N. Front st.
i' JOHNSON A Co.. manufacturers Peerless
Health Ores la. 132-4 Krnnt at.
COAL AND WOOD.
oibbUOiH rLEL CO.. dealers iu all kmoa of
coui and wood. 344 Morrison t.
vlLCAN COAl CO.. WHOLESALE DEAL
ers nest coals, frnindrr and smelter, coke.
CHIROPODY AND MANICURING.
L. lillcllKU., Chiropodist. Knight's bhoe
Vl.o. 24 Waah. st. Phone Hood 724.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Lbi-UU-4lliN5i' CiUAU CO. .
Dlitriboters of " "
SMOKE t'i,4.WN MIXTbKE Csn t bo best.
Slg Michel .- Vo.. 112 Third at.
DALLAS AND SALEM STAGE.
LEA VES DALLAS 7 a.m. aud Salem at 1 p. m.
daily, except Knnday: best af acvommodartona.
llllioDOttbi S. THOMPSON. 60-61 Waahlugto.
l)W.. Washlngtoa , and Fourth sta. Pbane
I Olvi'LA.ND ELECiUlCAL W OltK uflice 25J
SUrk at. . .
Wenfern Kleetrle Works, 80S 1-J Wash. at.
OUliEK OK WASIIIN-GTbNrsesfrTtsTMl
society of Northwest; protects the living J
U Mitchell, supreme serreury., 12 aud' SIS
' Marquam Buildiog, Portland, Or. Tsleyhoa
Main 642. -,
WD FKAMB PICTURES
PaelHe Picture Place, SSI Morrison at.
FBANK J: STKK1BIU, drug a., tuUel article.
perfumes. 84Z Washington at.
CLOTHES CLEANED and pressed II per month.
I io.ue Tailoring vo. art wash. .
it .W. MA.NNINU. Lighting, and guuulf Co.
. Latest Improved gasoline lamps, log Sixth
' street. Portland. Ore. -
1). C. DUUN8. 14 au at, una fresh grorivS
at esse inres.
JACK KINO, Seventh and Washington; II Uim
man pains unenusies in tnia city.
Uuibt, BELVEDERE, Eurooeaa plan, r'ouxt
ann jaiuer aui.
JAS. Mc I. WOOD, Concord Building, Phone,
i. nmiwyer a iuaoiutj insurance,-- repre
sents, American Bonding Trust Co. Firs .la-
. suranre. ;
JC PHILIP KENNEDY, laanranee; rMldeot
agent Kofwlcb Union Plra Iuaoranra Soclat
fbooe Bouth 1804. 43 Hamilton bldg.
AETNA L1KK INSURANCE" CO. Wrttee Ufe,
accident and employer's liability lnsuranc.
bib railing nidg. .
ABTHUU WILSON. Bherlock. Building. Phone
1008, represents the Alliance and the Hems
3 nre ana Marine Insurance Companies.
ISAAC U WHITH; nKB IJtSOBANCE, JB
rinerloeK Biog. oregop phone Main bob.
iOHA KELLV. general lnauraoc agent Colum
bia hide lH Third at.
ICE CREAM AND CONFECTIONERY.
LAUUt; A KfcUe,uwnu'acturere.(if, lc cream
ana conrecionery. ttiu waaningtou at.
POUTLAND IMPLEMENT CO.. farm machinery
aud eehlrlea. 1N8-1A4 Front St.
THE U C. HENKleUBUN CO., Jewelers and
optiiana, va w aanington sc.
THE O. HKITKEMPEk CO., manufacturing Jew
elera. 2Nfl Morrison at-
A. N. WKIUHT. tbe Iowa Jeweler, 20S MoT-
CEO. O. JBANDEKBimO A CO., Engravers.
Mfg. Jewelers. WMtfr 31 at. Thmie Hood 4.17
LAMBS' TAILOR-MADE SLITS, clunks sad
capes. Accordeon plaltes. Appllguo work a
specialty. Biewnans. w Alder.
CABINET, clean towel dally, aoap. comb aud
JM-Bn. ai per montB. ursgon iaiunary at Tot
let anpply Co., MMrfoS feast Oak. i'bous,
tsaat 13. .
rf.UAV IVtVKIB n 1 11 v r.Mi. V.-n.K .... ..
II per month. Novelty Supply Co.,' 40-42
LlVEBY AMD FEED STABLES.
FltAZlER A McLEAN .Livery and feed
tables. Woa. aoa to am sth at., eor T.armr
MINING AND MINE PR0M0TEBS.
SESSIONS A SIMPSON, ailnlnc and mine pro
moters. itnoHB a. t namner or iTommeree.
MDME. H. B. ELY, dermatologlit, massage.
electric treatments. ihb4 eirst at.
HOME FUBN1SUEBS Furniture, carpets, oar
lor goods, stoves, etc. Sea I, Oevurta A
Sons. 1T3-17S First, 219-225 YamhllL Both
MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS AND BROKERS.
KELLY-CLAKKB CO. Manafactarais' agenta
and merchandise brokers; lesaal Overland
warenonae. timee Wo. 4 Vine at. Main IfBn.
THENKMAN A CO., mining, sawmill, logging
machinery, hydraulic pwes caatlnga o( ail
mnos repaired. J4 Pi. iwortti at.
MIS8 A. L. JOBGEN'SEN. Importer and dealer
m rrencn millinery, ail Morrison st.
FOB FIltST-CLASS BEPA1RI.NU go to Andy
rrits. macninist ana utooei-aisker. 110 6th at.
MINING ENGINEERS AND ASSAYERS.
MUAfAMA ASSAY OFFICE, 2t SUrk st. Ex
perts os analyal4dooaU. minerals, rock, min
eral waters, e. 1. uove. Mgr.
J. II. FISK. Mining Engineer and Assayer,
204 1-2 Washington st. Phone Clay 21.
ON 1MPUOVED city and farm property, st low
eat current rates; building loans, InataUment
loans, wm. Mcmaatera. ll Worcester bldg
LOA'NS on city property snd on improved farm
ing lands In Oregon and Washington. Apply
to noneri Livingstone, Htark at.
MONEY TO LOAMi
MONEY TO LOAN, small amounts, abort or
long time. 4. ft. Hawley. 2 Cham, of Com.
MONEY TO LOAN on city, lots and improved
xsrms. w. a. nnaw a car.. 343 SUrk sr.
W. A. HATHAWAY Money to loan. 10 Wash
trgton bldg. -Phone- Hood 413.
FUEO A. BALL1N. 4 Second ., Tel. Oak To,
iistwi - sirsiavT . see-- ssecnanical engineer.
BOSS Off" ' THE NAIAD OVERALLS and mechan
ics" clothing.' Best. In every detail. Nea-
atadter Bros.. Mrgrs. PortUnd. Or.
DR. E. M. DALLAS, retracting optician. 2I
21B Fslllnr bide,, Third and tVasblnvtoa
W. GIKFOUO NASH. 103 10th St.; terms upon
apnlleaflon. Beginners taken.
PLAITING AND FIR KINO.
MISS O. tiOCLO, accordion knife pulling snd
pinking; at rata process; no not irons; short
E. W. MOOBE, crayon gjid oii portrait. Third
and Washington ats.
TAVLOH A STANTON, pliunbing sad steam
Uttlna. MS Sixth, st. :
K. LUTKE A CO.. auoreesors to Dllon. . Borge-
MALL SAFE, standard of the wurU; ssfea sold
oa easy payments; trade Four old safe for
a new one. Norrla Safe at Lock Co., ul
- First t- - . .
llL'lf YOUR SA'FB "f J. E. Davis. Your repair
und 1ock,mts aafnly dVine. HH Thlrll st.
PORTLAND COKDAGB -CO.,.
NurUup sts., PorUana, Ore.
or. I4tk sod
MRS. OLHOCK has opened Uaasage and maul
- curing parka. In Ablugtoa beug., roam 424;
. satisfaction gusrsetero. A uial, will euo-
. .elnce. 1'lione Hed 2XW. . . ..' V
MMB. AZix HOLMES,, Complexien: Uair, Skm
i and Bcuru siwcialtot, amy 4e-oiusuUet dally.
' free. Sl Morrison at; n -" i f"
ALL CUT-BATM rabscrtptious snd club eon
blnaUons on periodicals at Jones' Book Store.
2tl Alder at. Portland. Or.
ASTROLOGY Have your life read by seteo
, tine Eastern AstreWf vr; attvle OS buslaeas.
' S Park St. .
"UNCLE MY BBS," the pioneer moneyleader.
14S Third. near Alu- aalla alim.iiik
' watch ea, Jewelry half regular atore prices.
Country order attended to. ''. f '
CA E KBATZ. ' 122 Sixth St. A a bus loach
served st all hours.
MISS EMMA R. MACKIE. masseuse. tssuHkar
pnysicai- cauursr -til AOington -blug,
BLAEIEB'S, 240 First St.; fre concert every
evening. ; .. '.' ... -
FOB SALE .FARMS
Improved farms for aale In all part of
Oregon snd Washington; payments '.mad to
' suit purchasers.' For full particulars as Is
Various properties,, apply to Wis. McMsaters,
811 Worcester bldg. . . -
WESTERN INVESTMENT CO.. 201 Morrison
St., room 3. Booming house, ' business
chances, elty and suburban property, fsria
a no tiginer lanos. see our list before buying.
IF YOU WANT A HOUSE BUILT in any part
of the city on easy terms, call ou Whafley,
Benson bldg.. Fifth-snd Morrison; opea veo
ings 7:3t) tu g:ao.
MAXWELL A KNAPP- Z '
BEAL ESTATE. '
Room 8. Chamber of Commerce Building. "
ROOF SHINGLER AND REPAIRER.
BOOK KEI'AIttl.NU; beat roof paint ou earth;
wood or tin. J. E. Uell, 7 oil E. 8th St- N.
Phone Pink 1872.
1jORAGE AND TRANSFER.
C. O. PICK, omce MS First St., betntien Stark
snd Oak sts. r. phone owl. Plsnos sd furnl
ture moved aud packed foe shipping; com.
modlous fireproof brick warebouss. Frank sod
Clsy sts. ' ,
C. M. OLSON,' J2S Hrat at, Furnitura , snd
TRANSCONTINENTAL MACHINH CO. Slot
machines. 843 Waah. Or Phone 1.101: Col. 670
Post special delivery. No. am 1-2 wsh-
Ingtnn st. Phones. Or... Main 002. Col. 2fl1.
THE .SMITH I'UEMIKK TYPE WHITE k. 122
Third street. All makes of trpowrltera !
rent. Supplies for all machine. LAM;
Alexander Co., agents.
CflOirte IIOXIEStEAllS and tinSer fluliua of
yellow ir and Port Orford cedkr, from 4,
Ofm.iKH) to O.iaiO.OOO to quarter swtloiK also
yellow pine, 2.600.000 to S.OuO.OUD. 423 Ab
TONTINE LOAN & SECURITY CO.. 3U-"t Uuw
lltnn l-Mir .1. C. ERrlctoti. sniit.
WHOLESALE CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
WHOLESALE CllOCKBHY AND GLASSWARE.
PrHel Hesele A Co.. 1011 to 1HH Mh eor Ktnrk
H P. CHUISTENSEN. wall paiwrer and painter.
J 14i Seventh stA eorner Alder.
EliNEST MIl.I.EH A CO., wall paper And dec
oratora. - 127 r Irst stt -
J. E. HASKLT1NE A CO.. iron, steel, cos I and
blacksmith a supplies. 46. 6i Seenun st.
WADUAMS A CO., wholesale erocers, manu
facturers and commission merchants,, C4 and
ALLEN A LEWIS, wholesale grocers. 1'ort
MASON, EHRMAN Jr CO.. wholesale grocers.
N. W. Corner Second snd Ploe sts.
LANG A CO.. First and Ankeny utreeta.
WHOLESALE LEATHER GOODS.
W. 11. McMOMES A CO., wholesale saddles,
haruesa. leather gnods. 63 l-VtHit at.
WHOLESALE WALL PAPER.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO., 1M-1SU Secmd
at., bet. lamhill and Taylce-. Poi-tiend. Or.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
FLEISCHNEK. MAYKK & CO. Ploueer manu
facturers of shirts and overalls. No. 29 Front
an.1 IT First t 1-irtlnml dr.
WHERE TO DINE.
SATISFY your palate by "s plate of Easteru
oyaters for 20c. at the neat Coast Oyster
Parlors. 143 Seventh St.. nesr Alder. Wn
cwn our oyater beds.
STKOUSES RESTAURANT; Lrat-class mania.
beat service. 2211 Washington st.
PORT OF POUTLANI) will receive bide for the
construction of one 20-liirb ccutrlfugal punip;
pluus aud apecidcatlona for same uiay be ul
atlned at tbe utttte, nsim UU6 VN'orceeter Block,
on deposit of flO; bids to be opened Satur
day, January S. at 2 p. in. Port of Port
land reserves tbe right to reject any or all
UNITED' STATES KAiiOAAL JiA.N sw
ot 1 ortland, Orecon.
Northwest eorner 'llilid and Oak sts.
Transacts s geueral banking business.
'DRAFTS ISSUED, svallsbie lu all cltlca of
the United States aud Europe, iioug hong
Collef'tlous Made on Favorable Terms.
I'resldeut J C. aINSWOUTH
Vice-President , W. it. AVtu
'Cashier 1 F. C. MlLl.tK
Assutaut Carrier It. W. SCUMEEH
Asalatant Cashier A. M. UUH.HT
LAU1 At ill.'1'On, bA.Nh.EUS,
UstaDltahcU lu loGD.
Interest allowed on lime depoaits.
Collections made st all points ud favorable
term. Letters of credit Issued available in
Europe and all points in J lie United suites
sight eicbaug aud telegraphic trausiera
old lu New York, Washington, Chicago, St.
Louis, Denver, Omaha, Sun Francisco aid
various pointa In oregou, Waahlugton, "Idaho,
Montana aud British Columbia.
r Exchange sdld on " London, Paris, Berlin,
Frankfort, Houg Kong, Yokohama, ' Manila
and Honolulu- "
iuiT OLDEST TltUSX COMPANY IN
(Incorporated. Apr) 22, 1887.) -P0BTLAND
TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON.
- - No. JOV Third Street.
Transatts a general trust, agency snd bank
lug buslnesa; collections made, saviugs de
posits received, interest-bearing certliicaUia of
deposit issued at rates Sued by tap terms of
the certtscatu. .
BEN J. L COHEN .President
B. LEE PAGET . .Secretary
CANADIAN BANK OF COMMEUCE.
With which la amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Capital paid op .. . . . .XsoOO.oOO
X I S Unv lb aenerai inn jig OUSmesS..1 ,
SAVINGS KANE DKPAlVTMfcNXi" '
AeevuuU opened . fur sum of-flu' aaA hp-.
Wliu,. nui ,uunfc Kiumcu. vu, iaiiH,imim
moutniy oaiances. naies on appucsUOOV 244
Waahlugton at. ' -
E. A. .WYLfX Maoitier.
LONDON i BAN FUANCiSCO BANKt'eXlM-
- ited. - - r .
Chamber of Commerce Enlldiug, Third and
'SUrk ttfasttw ' . ""
Head oflca, 55 old Broad street. Londtra.
XbU book transacts a general banking auill
ncas, makes loans, discounu bills aud Jkoura
letters of credit, available for UareW and
for the porchaso of merchandise id auy city
of the world. Deals la foreign asd Oomeatlc
exchange. . -
Interust paid on tlrns; deposlu.
W.' A. MACRAE. Ma ger.
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK. . . -'
fOttTt.AMl iu ... 1 w
f J. Prank Wauon : . . . Presl.l.U
R. L Durham ....... t,. ...... vic-PreW.at
R. W. Uoyt ..........i-..ishhjr
sw. ,,i,,,,,,,,,,,i,uibl uianier
TRANSACTS A, GE.NEilAL BANhUNU ttLBI-
HMAskkll UOM. nf "- t . J 1 1 . . .
v.-.,- - - . . ... . - v. . . .rut. srSUtDW
to all parta of the world.
yoiiecnops a speniaitj-. ooia dust bought.
MORRIS A WHITEHEAD BANKERS.
11 R8T AVr ALDER STREETS. 1
- WASHINGTON DAY BY DAY. t
" (WRghlngttm Times.) (
Col. Harry Hall, the Penngytvania wit,
t back In Washington for tha session.
He has baerr ill thtg aumrrter, and that doc
jtoK have finally 'diagnosed hi case aa
i'pf "suppresses (rout." -
"I asked them What tn (In " slla trl sfr.l
Hall, "'and they told me to drink aa much
old burgundy aa I could and eat terrapin
and' canvas-back durk and all that mrt
'of thins;. This,-they thought, woula de
velop my suppressed Kout Into the real
thing-, and they could treat gout all right.
"Th trouble is. " continued Colonel
Hall., pensively, "an all-wise Providence
has fixed U soj-eann.it live up to my af
' ' A. iVhachlne which, with one attendant,
Will perform the lnh n of 10 women, has
Just been Installed In tin- Department of,
Agriculture. With ulmoHt human Inge
nuity," this complex machine weighs out.
In accurate quantities th.- seed intended
for Congressional ilitriliulioii, fills eacn
ot five packages wiih : different varjety,
seals the flaps, places 1 1, in in a large en
velope, and seals its Sixteen of
these machines huve lii-en inBtuiled. each
with a capacity of :i" uoo packets.. seed
a day. Secretary WiUun in now contem
plating the Install 1 1 :un of an additional'
machine, which, it i -a)i1. will affix the
Congressional franks. Ii.aring the ad
dresses to the envi loi s as rapidly as
they are filled, Insuring accuracy and
rapidity, as well as onomixing labor.
Arthur Slmmonn. one of the messengers
at the White Hours'.' is u great admirer of
Senator Piatt .of .Ww York. Yenterday
Benatdr Piatt eall.-d on the president.
Arthur was., talking ahout the Senator's
"l unJerataiid." said one of the White
Houae policemen. that Senator Piatt
didn't do, any, too much in the last cam,
paten." . 'I .
,'That's' Just wIh ic you are mistaken,"
Simmons retorted. Indignantly, "he made
Heroulaneufn, efluits '
THH In OF THZ SABTS.
i (-ChlcaMo News.) .!
I :Modern astronomy that is. the
Copernlcan system of astronomy has
taught US that the earth la a convex
sphere or spheroid. 5.000 miles In cir
cumference and Minn miles in diameter.
If we accept thin as truth It necessarily
follows that hc center of attraction
or gravitation must lie the center of the
?arth; that Is., material bodies gravitate
owafd Jhut .common center. Hence, if
w were to suspend two plumb lines
from any given distance from the' earth's
surface say. for instance, from the top
of the Masonic Temple to the floor,
the weights att tcl i d tu the lower ends
of the plumb lines would be clo'uer to
gether -than are the oitier ends .qf" the.
lines at the point from whlch-'they are
suspended. Now what are the facts?
Such an experiment has been made at
the Tamarack mines In t'alumet. Mich.,
where there.are u number of shafts ex
tending 4.000 feel below the surface of
the earth. In these shafts mining experts
suspended two plumb lines almost the
entire length and mole accurate meas
urementH at tin point of suspension
anil at the 'lower ends of the lines. TO
(heir surprise t'n-y found that the
Weights attached to the lower ends
were farther ssVart than the other ends
of the lines. oilier experiments have
been made which indicate that the basis
of tbe t'opernlcan system, the form of
the earth, may possibly be entirely dif
ferent from what we have, been taught.
The go-called facts of the Copernican
system having beH eballengeuV. wliat jire..
the nstronotne'r' g jlng to -d -a-bout It?
SUES FOR. HIS OWN LIZARD.
. If you own a lizard 10 Inches long that
you value at ? and It escapes from your
stomach and i.s carried away by u friend.
Is that friend d thief? That Is the ques
tion which Justice DDonoghue will at
tempt to set He, suys the Chicago Chron
icle. Kasmnr I'.ihar. Ml Wade street, Is the
owner of tin- hiate ligard for the reptile.
Is dead. , Kastnar had been carrying It
around, as tar as he knew, for about 10
year?. Tin n one day while working In
the plant of the Deering Harvester Com
pany he was seized with terrible pains.
Albert .bnVins run to him In time to see
a lizard f ii' ''rom his friend's mouth to
the tloor aid .scuttle away.
Jenkins ouniured the lizard anil when
Knr.mar icnered somewhat they de
cided to p'ac It on exhibition. Jenkins
carried prize awi y with him and
when ('ah ir wanted It refused to sur
render ill.- property. I'aleur swore out u
Warrant 1 MJ, friend's arrest and officers
found ih. in. rr In Hammond. I nil. Hut
Jenkln;: stiil declined to give up the liz
ard and th justice will decide ownership.
Pale.ir in .a affidavit declares the trophy
Is wort!: f- '.
ROULETTE IV VSVT YORK. HOMES.
lA'e-ar york Hor.ild.l
RoiilMlo parties In private homes have
become viiy popular since the closing
recently f several high-class gambling
fefci9- - liiivga-whist, and. poker ..have
betn ii'.wi. d out and society has taken
up rni'leii in a manner that promises
to make il the rage of the winter.
For a lev. days the men who "banked"
the g'liii- did not have the lack thiy
seemed pi think Bhould be theirs, und Hn
aily it u.is concluded that It was be
cause il- v overpaid bets they won and
overlooked wagers that were forftited
to them. So It was.-Hrranged that pro
fessional i couplers should be called In to
manai;" tic bank, the Herald says. That
was done with the result that now the
bank in nulla, wlthcut a profit.
Anoth'-r i-ault Is that a few professional
croupiers are steadily employed and are
earning in -to money than when the gam
bling lens-' were open. -Not only are
they well nuidv but the men and women
who win ace generous In g1v,nK 1 1 ps.
Accon':...K to. a French rwMent of Bos
ton who has taken' great care In tracing
the desi -. -iiT of the royal houses of Y.u
rnpe, tin' crowned heads a.r mongrel
muniuvhs and possess few claims to rare
relations! p with the people whom they
govern. 1 or instance, King Alfonso of
paln lour fifths Austrian, King Vic
tor Kinmanuel is more Austrian than
Italian. I niperor Francis Joseph and his
prosumoi r. e heir- are for a large part
liavaiiaii, and Italian, " the Ktng of
, Sweden and Norway is of Bearr.alse and
French source, tho' King of Greece is a
lsne, tie King, of Servla Is half Rus
sian, the. Prince of Bulgaria has no
- liulgarian blood In him, the Emperor of
lui?sia Is very much Danish or iKuman.
the King of the Belgians' has" HCTBelifian
, blood in him, the King of England Is
Saxe - Coburg - Hanover, Norma-u and
French. . .
i , '
. A COURTEOUS BOMBARD ME KT.
(New York Kvenlng Post.)
.We now know Why "the Venezuelan
war vessels Were sailed by the allied
forces of Germany and England It was
done "to secure, "ordinary courtesy." So
k Wo twlerrrnly stated In the ultimatum
of tin two commodores, which preceded
the shelling Of the forts at Puerto
Cabello on Baturdaj-. After that, we
may expect to he tf.ld that the bombardr
ment itself was only a delicate atten
tion. The astonishing naval command
ers who, in the way of ordinary courtesy,
seize the fleet of a nation with which
they are at peace, would be capable of
demolishing a fort as a' proof that they
were 1ie very pink of politeness. It is
evident that milder mannered men never
scuttled a Ship.
W have Just received a sh!pJBnt of
V -, IMPORTED 5AUSAQE '
SeteCt OdTH AER snd' SALAMI and
v flsay Others. ,
BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL,
. Ordara Promptly ruisd
Empire 1VI ark et
. TIIOS. VVrrr. ProprK
161 PIRST T.. COB. MASZSOsT.
Phona OoltunbU 404; Orsgan, Mala 404.
C0VTBA0T ttsTOZB BITFICUZTlXa.
A. R. Keller, president of jn Piiila
delphia publishing house, which Is pre
paring to issue a remarkable edition de
luxe of President Roosevelt's writings,
(had a very interesting experience in ob
taining Mr. Kooseveit s consent to the
publication. This experience is related
in the New York Herald.
Air. Keller became oonvinced toward
the close of the Spanish-American War
that the then Colonel Roosevelt would be
a central figure in American politics. Ha
started for Cuba, but missed the colonel,
who was then on his way to Mojitauk
Hastening back to Washington, Mr.
Keller .procured puss through from
Secretary of War Alger, and set put for
Monta.uk. He tried to get to Colonel
Roosevelt at 6 o'clock in the morning,
and was arrested. K.plunatli'iis fol
lowed, and he was conducted by the col
onel in: person to his quarters.
Mr. Keller unfolded his mission and
was abruptly "turned down." Colonel
Roosevelt said other - publishers who
were his. personal friends owned the
plates ft his books and he owed fealty
to them. .. .f
Mr. Keller explained that he did not
mean to take the published books out
of circulation, but to reissi," them In
magnificent form for circulation by sub
scription Finally the colonel exclaimed, "Hold
on. I must think!" and Jumped on his
horse and rode away at top speed. J'or
more than' half an hour he galloped
around, finally coming back to the tent.
Before Mr. Keller could suy a word he
was off again, and for another half hour
he galloped over the hills. Returning
with his animal snorting and pawing.
Colonel Roosevelt threw himself from
the saddle w..h the words. "All right.
Ill do It."
There was not a scrap of writing
material nor a pen In the tent. Colonel
Roosevelt produced a linen cuff and the
publisher a fountain pen. It occurred
to them that there' might be a blank
sheet In Some of the letters lying un
opened on the colonells camp bed. A
small piece was found, and upon this,
In duplicate, the contract was drawn
up. Kach piece Is about the size f a
Negotiations with the puhltMiers to
gain permission to republish Mr. Roose
velt's Works covered more than two
years. The royalties demanded and
granted lire Immense, nnd Mr. Roosevelt
will receive a very large portion of the
amount. The enterprise will be com
pleted Inside of the next nine months,
nnd It is estimated that the Belling price
of the euition will he very nearly a mil
WHAT MARCOBtt HAS DOBTI.
-VVba.bivctr.u ibfi Imperf ections lnjw I re
leas u-iegcapliy. as. now. pjac.t IsitL lOne.
cannot but admire the manner In which
it has been brought to Its present degree
of perfection by Marconi. Others had
thought vaguely of the siime tiling, and
had eve I devised apparatus huvireg the
same object In view. " But they either
abandoned the Idea temporarily or failed
to work .out a solution of the difficulties
which they encountered. Ho far us prac
tical results are concerned. Marconi Is
reully the pioneer In wireless telegraphy.
He has gone ahead where others have
halted. He has worked while other:
ta in.. He has been peculiarly nva'' st
a .1.1 lot Vent, rarely tilklng. xc-pt when
attacked. So far as the public can Judge,
he has borne himself In a manly fashion
toward all rivals. To the suggestion that
the Martinis of Solarl has been unfairly
dealt with theri? are several effective
answers. One Is furnished by the many
honors bestowed on Marconi by the King
of Italy during tin last few months, und
another was afforded by the fact that
Solarl himself accompanied Marconi all
last summer and fall on board the Carlo
Alberto. As for "priority of invention,"
If any one has anticipated the young
Anglo-Italian the courts will no doubt
ascertain the fact In due time. I'ntil the
world has new light on the subject it
will regard him as a gentleman as well
as a genius, and accord him the chief
glory of, making trans-oceanic wireless
A8HF8 Or COLUMBUS.
To the dead nothing matters, but It Is
sincerely to be hoped that the ashes of
Columbus nave ar last round a permanent
resting place. The recent interment In
Seville Cathedral was his fifth burial
affer four posthumous voyages. Dying In
1508 In the monastery of St. Francis at
Valhidolid, he was first burled there. Sev
en .'-ears later he was dug up and car
ried to a tomb In the Carthusian convent
of I.as Cuevas. near Seville. In 153(1 the
dying wish of Columbus was remembered
and his corpse carried over sea and In
terred In the Cathedral of St. Domingo,
his first landing place In the new world.
Here he lay in peace for two und a half
centuries. Then half of the island being
ceded to France it was proposed to trans
fer his remains to Havana. St. Domingo
objected, so the bones and ashes were
divided, half remaining there and the
other half being removed to and buried in
the Cathedral of Santiago. On the Ameri
can eoniiuest of Cuba in 18J8 this latter
Ijalf was brought to Kurope. and Is now
Interred at Seville.
STRONGEST JAIL OH EARTH.
Graham County Jail, nt Clifton. Ariz,
Is unlrjue. It comprises four large apart
ments hewn from the igolld quartz rock
of a hillside. The entrance Is through a
box-like vestibule, built of heavy mason
ry and equipped with three sets of steel I
gates. The tloor of the rock-bound Jail j
is of .cement, and the prisonous arc con
fined exclusively in the larger rooms.
Some of the most desperate criminals
on the Southwest border have b-en con
fined In the Clifton Jail, and s solid and
heavy are the barriers to ercape that
no one there has ever attempted to break
for. freedtiDx. ...Xbe. notorious. J.UacR. .Ja.sK,
was there for months. The wall of quartz
about the Jail Is fifteen feet thick. Clif
ton Is one of the great copis-r mining
camps In Arizona, and has the reputa
tion of' being as depraved a community
as yet exists on" the frontier of civili
zation. In summer the mercury there
frequently rises to 120 in the shade, and
In the winter It never goes below 40 de
grees. DEATH OF ASTOBXA NEWSPAPER
John D. Carrigan, a newspaper man
formerly employed by the Astorian, died
In San Francisco on Saturday in desti
tute circumstances. He was 'a native of
Ireland, 33 years of age, and first worked
In this locality as a printer on the Cath
lamet Gazette,. After remalplng In this
vicinity for several years he left for
California about a year ago, and has
resided, there since.
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Henry Jones and 'wife to Joseph
Meyers, lot , block 117 gte-'
phens' Addition , ; . -15 09
W J Peddlcord and Wife f F '
A Willard. lot 17. 18. block,
6. KtnzeJ Park 200 00
James Humphrey et al to IbeX
Land Co, undivided half block
P, Caruther'a addition to Ca
ruther's Addition; all blk 104.
lot T. blk otg J, 4, blk IS
to 21. Mt. View Park Addi
tion No I; west half of west
half of. nortliwest quarter of
west quarter. Section 20,
Township 1 south. Range I
east; lot 8, block ; , lot 2,
! . block 2; lot &, block , Cole's
: Addition: lots t to s, block
12,, North Aiblna 1 00
L, C McCormlck to L P Jlvte
: ford, -east half 18,322 scTusj-e
; feet 16th and. K Morrison
streets ', i oa
Pacific Coast Abstract Guar
antee &. Trust Co to 11 8
itowe. northeast quarter
brock 89. Wheeler's Addition 2500 00
Sherlif. for N M Thompson et
al tr Mrs Nettle Alvord. blk
6. Mistletoe Addition tiSl 37
Sheriff, far R Nixon, receiver.
Id J L Reeder. lot 11. block
3. Woodlirwit. lot 5, block u
Highland Prk 7 7g
C and J Himmrvtis to L P Hos
ford, east balf.12.S32 square
feet lth inl rMorrlson. . . 1 00
Valettia Roell and husband to
Anna b Poole, iOt4. block
104. Wondjatockil.AtX' '" li 1000 00
E A Hill to M M gii.f W K
Wills 2,7S i. acres . in Jacob
wins' r i, c goo oo
H Uongcoy and wife to Ey
Jeter, lots . J. g, Brookdle. 1600 00
H and F Oplta to Qeo- Frbarr
and wife, lots , 7,, block 15,
Feurer's Addition . . . . . . . .', . 600 00
Emma A Rlgby and husband to
Gto G Ferguson, lot 14. block
114, l'nlversity Park . . . . 125 00
Julia Maruuam and husband -to "
Jacob Michel, lots 7. 8. block
; 19, Sell wood 200 00
Sklna M Jackson to J VV Wise
man, lot 14. block t. Alblna. . 2600 00
Portland Vlevf Jnnd Co to F 8
I.lndley. lots 19. 20. block 8,
Point View 80 00
Anna and Pete McCuhbln to
Fred 8 Morris, lots 1. 2, blk
M. Sell wood 650 00
E II Fitzgibbon and wife to O
T Johnson, lot 2. block 28,
Central Alblna 400 00
Alice M Allen and husband to
Mary I, D Penisten. east
half lots 7. S. block Y. City. . 2250 00
Hartman. Thompson & Powers
to John B Campbell, lots 1 to
fi. block 28: lots 3. 4. 8. 8 to
12. block 34. A L Minor's Add
to St Johns 1 00
name lo same, lots S to 11; blk
2ii. nart lot A. St Johns
Heights 1 00
FOR GUARANTEED TITLE8
See Pacific Coast Abstract. Guaranty A
Trust Co., Z04 -6-8-7 Falling Building.
Get your title Insurance and abstracts
to real estate from the Title Guarantee A
Trust Company. Chamber of Commsrce.
A two-slnry dwelling 6n Esgt Ash, be
tween Fust lCiuhteenth Htiil tTaot rPu,nni
eth treets, (o cost t2,0O0; V. R. Stokes
and ft. I,. Keller.
A nne-Kturv cnttna-e on Tca, at ink..,.
street, between Kust Tenth and Kast
1 leventh streets, to cast fl.500: O. M. Ret.
lolir two-storv dwelllnve nil nn ir.. ...
Kleventh street, between Kast Ash and
Kast Ankeny streets, to cost 11.900 each.
t.-Oe.-tUbtlt. maker of violins and all kinds
m winii-i iiistruuieniB, an sinos .or repair,
lug. Room 30 Russell bldg.. 4th and Morrison.
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HI l'.. ...1 1
8:30 p. m
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sad tin Last.
At Woodborw Sally
8:30 a .a.
i train foe Mt. As
gel. Sllrertun, slrawns
vllle, SpringfleM. WesA
Hug asd r.atron.
oiinecte at Woodburs
with Ait. Angel aad S1I
Corvallls paaaeoger ...
-hi'rld"' psaaenger. . .
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7:30 a. m
'4-.50 p. m.
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Daily. D.lljr xcep gawU.f
Portland-Oawego subuibas Serrioa aaa Tamhlil
Depot Foot a Jsfferaoa M,
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I; "' -w: 9. m. Sunday only, B;0
Uetiirping from 0,wlgo mrrin Portland dally
11 -in . : lia&- 3:05- :35. :. T:35, :W,
i ao lo-J?' ,,D"J" JB-sosy. S t:S
s. in. Sunday onlr. 10:00 a. m. .
'f"" !"?m P"1 'or villas and tstsr
mediate points dailr except Suudav. 4:00 D, am."
Arrive Portland 10 20 a. m w "!
Independence U..uijjth Rotor .: Use
operates dally to Munuouta and Air lie, eon,
necting witn Southern I'aclttc Compsay's trasX
at Lallaa and Independence,
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2 50 rebate or berth; second-class berth
Tickets-to Esstern points and Karope, also
Japan, China. Honolulo and Aaatraha.
Cltj Ticks Offlca corner Third sad Washing
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ton. Walla Walla, Lew
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and Great Northern
For the East via Hunt
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Dec. !. 23.
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