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:tiie obegon daily journal. "Portland,- Saturday evening, December io, 1003.
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"TODAT'JI FO&ECAST. .
- Weather pomlltlona and general forecast for
Oiegon, Washington and Idaho: :
i A atarm of apparently.' considerable mspnl
tmle ha moved rapidly inland from the orean
ami la central this morning soar' Vsmwuwr
Island, it la r-spnrted to continue It eastward
(iiiirse during the next 84 hour and eanae un
aettled. rlny weather In tbla district tonight
and Sunday, and aoutbrrly gale, along the coast
and high smith to went wind o Puget and
Washington wmnds and the Strait of Juan de
Fur, ltaln haa fallen "generally during the
lt 24 hour, lu Northern Callfornl and In
Western Oregon and Western Washington.
Klaewnere went of the Kocky mountain fair
-Heather lie prevailed.
Storm warning unonnclng the approach of
the torm nientioned above are displayed t all
i'Hw.rt tn the. district.
Maximum temperature In the loot 2i hours,
40; minimum temperature, 40; prexlplteJ.loa 10.
KASSIAGS LICENSES. '
.Tames Barry,' aged 48, and Augusta F. John
sen. :!. ' ' '' ' . " ' . '
1'hilip Knectley of Wasco county, aged SO,
'-and Zula Zimmerman, 20.
Oa'njatorlnm, on Oreyon City car line, neat
Sellwood; modern, (cleutlflc, complete. Charge
Adults, $35 fblldrent-25. Visitor 0 a. m,
to 6 p. tn. Cortland Cremation aociatlos,
The "Edtrtird Tlolman Undertaking Co.-. funeral
director, and embalinere, 220 Third street.
. I'hoo COT. . .
. P, Flnley A Bon. fnneral director and
nnhnlmws. ha remored to tholr now stab
llnhment, corner Third and Uadlaon, tret.
lioth ifbunt- No. 9. . ' "
Plegle grave,, 10. ramlly.lot, from 75 to
' 91.001). The only cemetery In Portland which,
perpetually maintain, and care fur Iota. For
full information apply to W, E. Mackenzie,
or chut block, city. W. M. Ladd, priwldonU,
Clrk Bros, for flower,, 2i9 Uorrlaon itreet
- BUILDINO PEEKITS.
To" Wi It. NrlHon, erect one-ntory dwelling at
Slmver anil uanlenlieln, to cot fl.WNl,
To I. Of ner. erect twit-atory dwelling, at
t'ourdi ami Utieolu, to eo,t 3.000.
To ti.-U Hmlth. erect twn-atory dwelling t
rit Twcnty-fojrth and East Couolj, to coat
t2 IKK).- . ' ," :' .);
To r.. "Kltinntt, erect one and one-half -story
dwelling at tiutcub(jlu anjl Fulling, to-cost
f2.KK. - r
To Rrumnn k Son. repair at Sixth and
PI.i nilera. 10 eoKt SWK).
To I). Warner, erect two two-story dwell-
Insr af Mill and Fourteenth, to coat S4,tou.
To I'ortlaud Oerteral Klectrle comiwny. to
erwt tAt'o-Ntorv dwelling at Sherlock and Front,
to cost .
To 0. Ryan, repair at Fourth and Conch,
to eot $Zto. i . . -
Tu A. Kilcktiii), alteration at Third and
JJiirnslile, to cost $t.0U0. !
To (i; 8. (irulwr, erect one and one-lialf-atory
ilivelilng at ik'luioiit and Kast Thlrtlotb, to cost
coHTHTTjdtrs gables rsoM toxo-
EAMA TO YICTOBIA. CAUSED DE-
xjiT or xstsbapxtka CKAzras or
orncEss xjst or cakoo,
WHICH IS TEBY VAX V ABM. ,
A sucession of southeasterly galea and
heavy seas caused the Oriental liner In
drapura to arrive about four days late
this trip. She reached the Alnsworth
clock at 9:30 o'clock this- morning;, but
looked none the worse for her strenu
ous experience with the elements. .Cap
tain HolRngsworth is still in command,
but on the next outward voyago of the
steamer he will be succeeded by First
Officer Home. The "former will -In, all
probability assume command of one of
the new Indra vessels which will soon
bo added to the Portland-Aslatio fleet.
He has held his present position on the
tndrapura for more than three years and
is accredited with being -a' very careful
and efficient officer. .Mr. Home has been
number of years,
, Captain liollingsworth states that the
voyage Just completed was one of the
stormiest within his recollection. The
steamer sailed from Hong Kong on No
vember 14, but during the first part -of
the trip tha sea was calm and good time
was made. - Stops vers made at Wojl
and Kobe, where additional freight was
taken aboard. Yokohama was reached
without incident, and on November 26
the voyage across the Pacific was begun.
Continuous gales wero encountered, and
ac times the waves threatened to swamp
the ship. 8ho kept pitching and tossing
In a most dangerous manner, and those.
on board agree that skilled navigation la
all that saved her from being disabled.
Headway was made with great difficulty,
Victoria," B. C, was finally reached on
December 17. .
All Itinera DolayaO.
The ' captain states the Akl Mcru, a
Canadian Pacific liner, arrived ac Vic
toria the same time. She came from
Yokohama and was also four days be
hind her regular schedule. Of late, he
says, all the liners have been greatly
delayed, ana some of them, badly danu
aged. . That the Indrapura weathered
the storms without receiving a scratch
he regards as being most fortunate. "
Another long delay was experienced
at Astoria because the marine doctor
at that place refused to examine the
ship until- tha next day after her ar
rival. The cargo Is not very large, but valu
able, the principal Items on the manifest
being as follows: Matting, 23,000 rolls;
tea, 4,415 cases: merchandise, 1,100 pack,
ages; curios, 450' packages; bulbs, 200
canes; straw braid, 150 packages; raw
silk, 176 bales; crude sulphur, 1,393
bags, and 250 packages of Chinese gro
ceries. The silk alone is valued at
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
IMt. Y. Ooaannia to Krn C. Via. naicel
land section 3, township 1 south, rang 2
east ., 8,000
Bumf to same, 10 itrres section 34, totrn
ship 1 north, range 2 east 2,500
alnllnoniah ..county to W. H. H. Held,
2.1b acres section zs, tntrnsutp l norm,
. inn? 4 cast.
i:illa Mclyenu to Kleanor McLean, lot 8,
tilock 101), Knut t'ortlnnd 1
Miiltnomnh county to Beld Gain, lota 2,
X-4. f. 7. S, 10. block 25. North Albino. S
Si'ld Gain and wl.'o to Josephine M. Biiaw,
j:.ime ., S3
S. V. Vhlte and wlfo to 3S. & B. Kreilleh,
north hat! lot 7. south fi feet lut-S,"
likx-k 8, t'nle s add Kast Portland 1,725
Sheriff for Thoa. lianaon et al. to M. K.
Tbonipaon, fraction lot Z, block B, Mult.
iK.msh; lot 17. 18, block 5, Pink add to
Alblna: tot block T. Klverlde add..."
8eo. W. Brown to Julia M. Ih-lsko. lot 18,
Mock U. Chicago .................
iliiltnomah count v to Alora Harold, lot
Xt. M, block 2A. West Portland Park . . 3
Charlotte Woodman rt al. to Hamuel WU
son, lot 15. block 10, fcUmona' add...... 400
L M. & N. M. Oavla to Thoa. and Mary
Brodignn, lot 15, llock 28, Centre I Al
blna . . .... ., 4,000
Aena Hengereld tn iua F. Hengevrld, lot
7. block ill. Llnuton 8
loKoph li. Naxh and wife to Charles Spin
mr. lot 4, block I. Nanh'a nrst add 1,000
Mi'ltoornah county to Alora Harold, lot
17, 1. bliM'k 0T. West Portland Park.. . I
Suiinyxlile Land A Improvement company
to Mnry t Tower, lot 7. block 14. Bua-
nyaldn ....... t ....... ,;
7(.bn Montgomery (heir, I to Agnes Mont
gomery, lot, f, 8, block 11. Multnomah.
F. P. Keenan and wife tn LoiiIho W, Clh-
un. IK21 feet, part Dock 8, City
View park 000
F. H. Parker to Loulae W. Gibson, same, 1
Albert l' Perry and wifo to Henry Tblel-
sen, lot 6. block) 2, Kenllworth. ...... , 250
A. B. (hamlerlaln and wife to (Jio. W.
Mcy. lot 5, blick 2, loU 28. 29, block
5. Moutlcello add 1
P.. It. Slonott ct al. to Mrs, A. tireen, lot
14. block S, 8unny,lile 2.700
H. .11. Hlddell to Ceo. W. McCoy, lot 1,
2. block 1. Montlcella add 1
"Jiki. K. ' Trigg to Patrick Murray, aouth
feet of east half lot 2, block 37.
. t'aruthera' add to Caruther. .
&Ioltoiiinb county to B. F. Hkolflold. lot
in. blw k 4, Albion add ,
Palet,.!, Un,v VlltM lfnn...ll 1 ... It
IK. libM'k 1, Pleasant I.I I tie Homea No. i 1
Wary M. Brower and husband to tieorge
W. McCoy, lot ,. block 0. Montlcello
Get roar till Inanranr and abstracts to real
estate from the Title. guarantee fc Trust eon
: t'suy, chamber of commerce bldg.
A B. B. RICH CIGAR.
B. B. Ulch cigar stores sell only first
selections and full factory alios.
Professor Eaton's Dancing Softool.
Classes Monday and Thursday even
lngs at Arlon Hall. Beginners taken at
any time. Five assistant teachers. Pri
vate lessons daily at halL Phone West
f h been used for over SIXTY YEARS by MII
Jt-IONS of MOTHERS lor their CHILDREN
while TEfflnimo. with PUB VTftT Brrrvwca
It SOOTHES fbe CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS,
ALLAYS all FAJW CURES WIXD COLlt and
i tne oesi remedy tor UIARRHCEA. Sold by
I 'rtipgi.it to eery part of the world. Be sure
and k for "Mr. Winsiow's Soothing Syrup,
aijtiike uoothcr kind. Twenty-five eta. a bottle.
- SiH Sichel & Co., 92 Third St.,
. Cigar magazines for travelers. Men
You Can Get 'Em Now.
The users of Columbia phonograph
records, who have been having trouble
to get them in Portland, will be pleased
to learn that the Columbia Phonograph
company, on Seventh -street, has just re
ceived a large shipment of records of
latest music for Christmas and can sup
ply all demands. .
B. B. RICH CIGARS.
Headquarters for cigars by the box
from all the leading factories. Sold at
any B. B. Rich cigar store.
O SPICES. - O
boIuhPurity. flnssr Flavor;
' ' PORTLAND, OnSCON.
OLD EAST PORTLAND
FENCE & WIRE WORKS
FboM Vnloa 374. ' A. Carlaoa, arop.
WOOD. IRON AND STEEL FENCING
and tha Universal OombiAaUoa fanoa
' (of Cresting, Window Gaar
289 B. Morrison St4 ' Portland, Or.
DOIS'T BUY A
UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN
AND QOT OUR PRICES
Wi O-lva m mrrtitWk rratainfaa fjavtM
every eoglns for one year, and we
. -1.1.. , . A k..f. 1a .
Iza home Industry by buy ins from
A. J. GILL & CO.
ayt and 33a Oak St, Portland, Or
A Boynton Furnace
In your house soon pays ; for Itself In
comfort and saving of fuel. Let us flg.
ure with you on the cost of . installing
one in your house.
' J. O. Bayer Furnace Co,
265 Second SU Xel Main 461.
If you want to rank with
your competitors see that
your windows lire lighted
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THE LIGHT for store, windows Casts a dean-pare light, and without any
. danger of fire
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Sir . .
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fl'JLUI WXJTDOW XJOKTEO BT ICsTOAirOBSOSirT UQXT8.
There is: nothing jnore attractive , than ; a brightly lighted window, and once in
operation you'll have no other lighting apparatus
Portland Cental Eledric tapaiiy
Seventh and Alder Streets
j : -v.:. : :: . -v-V : ' ' ;,J
, 884 TAKEZUj ST. . .
Etc., made up In tha latest styles.
Manufacture Walking Skirts at $5.00
ahd up. ', . .
Nicest ..fitting Skirt on -tha Paclflc
Send your goods and measure and n
guarantee a, .perfect fit . . ..
, 'VEOHB BSD 1991.
ET-aN STOPPED FREE
rermtntnuy vurta oj
KLINE S GREAT
m faVa, mm mgr niwi v
1 No Flu flat fltaiT'eue.
. wn.'iwanw. ipvsjki wr nj iiiw wmm
v TKIAt, 1JOTTLK FHClli
I Parmanant Cure, not MI7 tumpmri tl.t im all
J rtfft.au. dimmmm, aipllepay.Spaams, at. Vltva'
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fc-EH.B.H.KHKE.Ld.031 si., Phiaieiphia.
C QEE yo
The Qrcdt Chinese Doctor
la called great be
cause his wonderful
cures ara ao . well
the United States,
and because so many
people are thankful
to him for saving
their lives from .
He treats any and
all diseases with
Kerbs, ' roots, buds,
barks and vegetables
that are entirely un-
science In this coun-
trvrand throus-h the use, of. these harm
less remedies This famous doctor knows
the action of over BOO different remedies
that he has successfully used in different
diseases. He guarantees to cure catarrh,
asthma, lung troubles, rheumatism, ner
vousness, stomach, liver, ikidneys, fe
mnlft trouble and all private diHeasea
Hundreds of testimonials. Charges'
moderate, call and see mm.
Patients out of tha city wrlta for
blank and circular Xaclosa stamp. A
dress -. .r ...:.;',. , 'r. W:i :"--- K . "
THE C. GEE W00 CHINESE ;
Known to medical '
251 Alder street, foreland. Or.
tlon this paper.
" When a man's work is imitated it
. is a sign mac me unuaior inmKs prei .
ty highly of, the originator and wishes .,'... .
to share his success by. humbuggins
the public." , , "
CARROLL'S GHOGOLA1E CHIPS
ARE EXTENSIVELY IMITATED
f v. If your, confectioner does not.
carry carrous chocolate
Chips, it is because he is buy-
CARROLJL'S CHOCOLATE CHI? CO.
353 MORRISON STREET
ins something cheaper.
' Be sure thev are CARROLL'S