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TUB OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, ' PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 9. 190.
HEXT THXBCr XH OSSEB XV BXCtTB-
?nra the bight or wax ro cb-
'LIXO CAjrAL THE BTATB COX
HXSSXOH IS STEADILY XXPSDXT
TWCr THE WOBX. 1
No time Is being lost by the state of
ficial who are entrusted with the task
of securing the fight of way for the
Cellloi canal. The governor, the secre
tary of state and the state treasurer
held another conference yesterday with
Major . Langfttt, the government en
glneer, for the purpose of ascertaining
exactly what land must be acquired, and
negotiations with the owners will soon
be under way. -. , . , ''..'
In order to infringe as little as pos
sible upon the right of way of the O. R.
&N. Co., the original route of the canal
is. to be moved a few feet farther . from
the railroad track at Five Mile rapids,
hut no otherclinger-'wUt"te necessary.
Nowhere will there be any serious en
croachment upon i. the railroad's- prop
erty. , . -.
.Next week the state . officials, will
meet President Mohler of the O. K. &
it, to. negotiate with him for the neces
sary concessions front his company. ' If
en amicable Arrangement Is reached, It
Is)1 believed that the state will be able,
within a very short time,. to present to
the national government the complete
right of way for the ; canal, , together
with .the required releases of damage
TO HIDE EVIDENCE
(Sao SYanclsco Bureau of The Journal.) .
San Francisco, Jan. 9. Lira Fung, a
Chinese laborer, was arrested last night
with lottery tickets In his possession.
He tried to destroy the evidenoe and
swallowed the batch of papers as he
was taken to prison. lie was after
wards taken to - a hospital and', given
nil emetic, but It was not till after it
was learned that one of the tickets had
drawn $90 that Llm was willing to give
i(V all his stomach possessed, but the
tickets were badly , masticated.-.. i : ,
'bvsszaks rouow ships.
London, Jan, The Rome corres
pondent of the Central News- wires that
the two Japanese cruisers which sailed
from Genoa this morning have signaled
off the Isle of Sardinia, In the Mediter
ranean, that they are being followed
by two ' Russian warships. '.
BELXSYED TO BE TCTXXATTrX.
. (Journal Special Sertlca.) , '. y-.
'.Toklo. Jan. The Russian minister
today transmitted another note from
the Japan foreign minister to Russia, It
IB believed to be In the nature of an ulti
matum. The war spirit is still high.
. " ' '"' m " ' ' '--, -:
" THE JAPAJfXSB 8XTT7ATXOH. .
' "The Japanese Situation" Is the topic
Chat .will be. presented before the "Sun
day tjlub" at the T. C. A. Sunday
afternoon. S, Ban andl T)rf H. W.
Svh warts wVll- give short addresses.
. WATER RENTS,
THE STORY OF
THERE IS NO BOOM ON AT ST. JOHNS
THE PURCHASERS OF ST. JOHNS PROPERTY HAVE NOT BEEN SPECULATORS, BUT HOME-BUILDERS.
THE TOWN HAS GROWN ONLY IN PROPORTION TO THE EXPANSION OF ITS BUSINESS INTERE8TS.
V DURING TWO YEARS IT HA8 OBTAINED AN AVERAGE OF ONE INDU8TRY EVERY THREE MONTHS.
' THIS WILL CONTINUE BECAUSE THE TOWN HAS SHIPPING FACILITIES! IT FURNISHES RAIL AND
MARINE TRANSPORTATION TO MANUFACTURERS AND POSSESSES DOCK AND MILL SITES WHERE
BUILDING CAN BE DONE AT MINIMUM COST. ' ' ' '
'v' J- '-I- . , -
BROUGHT ST. JOHNS
THE OR. & N. RAILWAY
THE VENEER AND BASKET FACTORY OF
THE PORTLAND MANUFACTURING CO. ',
.. tHE, PILING AND POLE YARD OF WAKE-
FIELD & JACOBSEN. ' '
,' TrlE. PLANING MILL OF THE A. S. DOUG
f LAS CO.'
f THE ELECTRIC ROAD OF THE CITY A
: .SUBURBAN SYSTEM.
(The above is a copy of pur New Tear's adver
t tlsement a year ago.)
OF AL SIZES AND DESCRIPTIONS
- f 75.00 up.
V 5 DOWN f5 A MONTH.
! OUft CONTRACTS PROVIDE' FOR NONFORFEITURE
AGENT AT OAK PARK OFFICE EVERY AFTERNOON.
HARTMAN, THOMPSON & POWERS
; 3 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
GAMBLERS PUT MONEY
IN CITY COFFERS
The gamblers continued to pour their
monthly contributions Into the city's cof
fers yesterday, for the privilege of run
ning their games for another SO days,
and as a result the sum of 9815 was for
ASSISTAHT POTOfDStASTE JOE
: keeps zjrriCTZD - nr cxxcvtt
COUXTTOX ATTACK OX JOXH
winauro ahd bzs wit hub
baits WAS SADLY XTJXT. , .
Joe Keef ei the- asslstantelty- pound
master, who is accused of beating John
Pfenning, 426 Falling street, when the
latter attempted to rescue his pet dog
from the dog catchers, was indicted on
a charge of assault and battery in the
state circuit court this afternoon.; ..',.5'''
Keefe., with the dog (Catcher's wagon,
called at the Pfenning home on last
October 21, and secured possession of
an , unlicensed dog. Mrs. Pfenning
rushed to the scene, armed with a
broom. She was Joined soon after by
her husband,' and in resisting the at
tempted rescue, the poundmaster Is ac
cused of using undue violence. i J-r
? Pfenning was .beaten in the encounter
and left the hospital but a few days ago.
H iswif e fared somewhat better.Af ter
disposing of the woman Keefe knocked
the husband down, but succeeding f in
getting away with the dog. ' Keefe is acr
cused of striking Pfenning on the head
with the end of his revolver and then
kicking him in the ribs.
Information charging Jack Fahle with
assaulting James W. Lyman with a dan
gerous weapon 'was also filed this after'
noon. The assault is alleged to have
occurred on North Fourth street on No
vember t. j i .
Fahle was In company with Spike
Hurlburt, the ball player,' when the as
Fahle, It is alleged, had watted for
Lyman for several days, and on the day
In question had followed him from one
saloon to another. m ';.;'
JU. Common and Frank Starr1, who ere
accused of attempting to rob the cash
register In' the saloon of C. E. GlfTord
on North Third streets on December 20,
were Indicted on a charge of assault
with Intent to rob.
CATJSATXOX XV XXLXQXOX.
The subject of the morning service at
St David's Episcopal church. Fast
Twelfth and Belmont streets, tomorrow,
will be "Causation in Religion." There.
will also be an evening prayer and ser
mon by the rector, George B. Van Wa
ters, D. D., at 7:30 p. m.; holy com
munion, 8:30 a. m. .
WILL BABQUET YXSXTOXS.
The wholesale merchants of Portland
will give a banquet to their brethren of
the sound cities. Seattle and Tacoma, at
the . Hotel Portland tonight. All the
prbhilnent'nierchants of the three citlea
are expected to oe m. aitenaanca..; ,.
My uuuj w
IS BASED UPON SCHOOL ATTENDANCE, POSTOFFICE RECEIPTS AND
IT 18 JUST 20 MONTHS SINCE THE 0.,R,4 N. COMPLETED IT8 RAILWAY
THE - GROWTH OF THE TOWN SINCE THAT TIME READS LIKE A FAIRY
BROUGHT ST. JOHNS
THE 8AWMILL OF THE CENTRAL LUMBER
. CO. - -
THE SAWMILL OF THE ST. JOHNS LUM
- BER CO.
THE SAWMILL OF THE GEORGE W. CONE
CO. . .,
THE EXCELSIOR MILL OF THE PORTLAND
MANUFACTURING CO., and th . .
GREAT DRY DOCK OF THE PORT4 OF
THESE ARE FACTSNOT PROSPECTS
feited by, the non-appearance, of the de
fendants.? Those paying were Tal John,
Oing HI. Fong HI, Wing HI. who put up
f 50 each; John Green and J. R. Selllc.
't20 each for. poker games; John Thomas,
$275 and A. Shapiro, 1100.
CXXEP EHOXXEEX BE WELZ. VAXES
PTTBLIO XEPOXT OP EWGIWEEX
WHISTLEX, WZnCB SHOWS THAT
XECLABtATIOX WORK OUTHHED
Xtf OXEOOH JCS PEABIBI.E.,
j . WaabiDgoa' .Bureau ef The ; Journal.
Washington. Jan. 9'. Chief Enalneer
Newell of the reclamation service today
made , pubiio the f report, of Engineer
Whistler 'on. the prospective enterprises
to be undertaken by the government
In Oregon. These proiects include one
to direct the waters from the Umatilla
river j below i; Pendleton to Irrigate the
Butter creek region and the project is
pronounced feasible, v The Malheur river
and Hafney .county projects are Also pro
nounced" feasible and recommended for
adoption. -...;:- "-.-j ;' -,
Chief Engineer Newell's, report, of the
general work of the reclamation service
shows that at the close .of , the present
fiscal, year $24,000,000 will be, available
for the reclamation of arid landav-Two
projects, those of the Salt river dam In
Arizona and the Trucked river storage
In Nevada, are under contract and this
will absorb about 26,000,000 of the fund,
leaving 118,000,000 for, other states. '
The .executive board decided yester
day that it was imperative for-the heads
of the municipal departments to depend
upon the civil service lists for ellglbles
for "appointment.' " Misunderstanding
arose over a number of appointments In
the Are service, and when Secretary
Stowell' of the lvll service commission,
compared his list. of ellglbles ' with the
monthly payroll, as made Out under the
supervision of Chief Campbell, he discov
ered a number of alleged discrepancies.
A number of people not on his list were
drawlngjwi pay, and this led to a com
municatlWread to the board.1
' "Chief cimpbell was present, and ex
plained that It was caused through a
misunderstanding; ' -x
The board decided to place 80 new are
lights in the Second ward,. and Allowed
various contracts. The report reoonf
mending the discharge of Special Officer
Franklin was unanimously adopted.
X. OETTTBTS OOE8 BAST.
'"i.'Gevurts leaves tonight on .a busl
ness trip to the- big furniture districts
of the East He will go to New York.
i . a
WITHIN TWO BLOCK8 OF CAR LINE
FROM THE DRY DOCK AND MILLS,
. . , WATER PIPED 6N THE TRACT.
INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS. . . '
BY PURCHASER IN CASE OF ILLNESS OR DEATH.
FREE STREETCAR TICKETS ON APPLICATION.
AT LAST DITCH
MAKDAMTJS DEMXTBBEB OTEB-
BXTLED ABD OBLT KOIE HOW XS
APPEAXi TO STTPBEKB COTTBT BOH
BEVZSZOB Or 9ZCZSZOH OB X.OOAZ.
In the case of the Municipal asso
ciation against the various officials of
the city of Portland, wherein a writ
of mandamus was asked for to force
those at the head of the administration
to enforce the laws, the demurrer filed
by?- Attorney McNary against the issu
ance of the writ was overruled by Judge
Cleland this forenoon. .
With the entering upon record of the
decree, the Judge will issue a peremptory
order that the provisions of the man
damus writ be obeyed. An action for
appeal to the supreme court will then
be taken by Attorney McNary, for the
defendants, who Include the mayor
chief of jollce,T Judge Hogue,"7 police
commissioners and the executive board
of the council. . ' - ".. ' V .
Mr. McNary states that" the object of
the appeal-1 is to get a written opinion
as to what constitutes the duties of the
officials 'under the city charter, and to
get some - basis upon which they can
act; Intelligently In. the future.
TO BE ORGANIZED
Nothing has been left undone for the
appropriate and enthuslastlo commemo
ration of Jackson day at the Western
Academy of Music hall In the Mulkey
building this evening. Local Democrats
are taking a great interest in the meet
ing, and will be out in force. As to the
permanent organisation nothing definite
has as yet been decided upon. The Issues
that now confront the party will be dis
cussed at length and suggestions made
for the future good. Among those from
out of town who will be present" and
speaK are Governor Chamberlain and
Samuel White, the chairman of the state
central committee. -
WOMAN'S CLUB AIDS
' SACAJAWEA FUND
At the Friday meeting oil the Woman's
club "American Indian Day" was oh
served. Mrs. Eva Emery Dye epoke of
the history of the Indian. At the close
of her address almost 1800" was con
tributed to the Sacajawea - monument
fund. ' . "
v TBZAL BOH KAHSLAtraKTEB.
Los Angeles.-Cal.i - Jan. 9.The pre
llmlnary hearing of Detectives Hawley,
uowan ana Murphy today for man
slaughter in the murder of Jos Louis
Cholsser, showed that young Chblsser
was killed by a bullet in his back while
running for' a doctor for his father.
The police are trying to acquit the oflV
cere, as the evidence substantiates their
stoi'y of the killing.. ."
TO ST. JOHNS.
ONE YEAR FROM TODAY WE WILL' RE
CORD IN THIS COLUMN A HISTORY OF
PROGRESS 8TILL MORE WONDERFUL
THAN THAT 8HOWN IN 1902 AND 1903.
property at St Johns
Anticipate the growth
AND FIVE MINUTES' WALK
MASONS "AT HIE"
BRXX4XAHT BOOXAZi BTSHT KZU
AT THSIB HBw VZiOVB LAST
KIOHT MXTSIO, SAHCZHtt AH9
BAHQTTBT XAHT XBOSIZVSHT
XBH AHD WOMXH ATTXHSES.
The second "at home," gtven by the
Scottish Rite 'Masons, at their temple
on Morrison and Fifteenth streets, was
one. of the most successful events of
the 'kind ever held In Portland. The
building was a blaze of light and with
floral decorations presented , a pretty
sight. , In ' the main hall dancing was
Indulged in to music by Parsons' or
chestra. In the library the card tables
were kept filled by those who did not
care to dance. Late in the evening' a
supper was served, which ' Included - all
the good things usually, .found at a
spread of this kind.-
rouowin g are the names or those who
Mr. and Mr. W. D. Fenton, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Hilton. Colonel and Mrs. J...
Mccracken, Dr." and Mrs. A. J. ulesy,
Mr.and Mrs. Thomas Gray, Mr. and
Mrs. H. W. Ooode. Mr, and Mrs. B. O.
Whltehouse, Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. Jack
son, Mr and Mrs. W. C. Knighton, Mr.
end Mrs. 3. O. Mack; Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Olds. Dr. and Mrs C. A. Marcum, Mr. and
Mrs., Felix Frledlander, Mr. and Mrs. ,
W. 8. Slbson, Mr. and Mrs. George II.
Hill, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Staple
ton, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Baltes, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Martin, Dr. and Mrs. R.
L. pUlespte, Mr. and Mrs. .K. J. Wither
spoon, Mr. and Mrs. W. C Francis, Mr,
and Mrs. George Hartness. Mr. and Mrs.
M. O. Banfleld, Mr. and Mrs. C E.
Rumelin, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. HodBon,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Heppner, Mr. and
Mrs. E. B, Colwell, Dr. and Mn. C C.
Newcastle, Mr. and Mrs. J Pollvka, Dr.
and Mrs. O. P. 8. Plummer, Mr. and
Mrs. Philip New, Mr. and Mrs., W.
Harreschou, Dr. and. Mrs. I B Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Annand, Dr. and Mrs.
B. E. Wright, Mr. and Mra W. Tiffany.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cogswell, Mr. and
Mrs, Peter Borgan, Mr. and Mrs. P. 8.
Malcolm, Mr., and Mrs. Cr W. Hodson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Moltett, Mr. and Mrs.
B. H. Nlcoll. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Wer
leln, Mr. ami Mrs. E. O. Matte rn, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H, Burgard, Mr. and Mrs.
F. C. Baker, Mr.' and Mrs. Charles
Feldenhelmer, Mr, and Mrs. A. G. Long,
Mr. and Mrs Robertl.utkeDr and
Mrs. William McLean, Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel , May, ' Mr. and Mrs. E. A,
Lynds. Mr. and Mrs. George Ray, Mr.
and Mrs. V. C. Dunning, Mr. and Mrs.
I. W. Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Big SIchel,
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Van Duyn, Miss
Agnes Plummer, Miss Hildegarde Plum
mer, Miss Johnson,. Miss McCord, Miss
Georgensen, Miss Jennie Caples, Mrs.
Pf under. Miss Slocum, Mies McQulnn,
Miss Amanda Pearson, Miss Banfleld,
Miss Long. Miss Eva Long, Mrs. J.
Kraemer, Mrs. Simpson, Miss Solomon,
Miss Gertrude Pratt; Mrs. M. U Pratt,
Cyrus A, Dolph, D. U Pratt, Otto J.
Kraemer,' Dr. W. A. Cummlng. Dr.
Pf under, D. C, JWolfCol. W. F, Tucker,
3. T. .Caples, J. A. McQulnn, A. V.
Avery, Claud M. Nssh, A. George Herrls
and Frank Robertson.
The success of the event was largely
due to the committees having it , In
charge. The invitation committee con
sisted . of WV C. Knighton, Sig 8lchel.
V. A. Avery. V. Cr Dunning and Thomas
McCusker. Musle . committee: Ralph
W. Hoyt,. Dr. W. A. Cummlng, O.-W.
Stapleton, Joseph Pollvka and J. H. Bur
gard. . Refreshments: . W. C, Francis,
W. D. Fen ton. F. W. Vallle, J. G. Mack
and Col. J. McCraken. : Reception, floor
and decorations: CE. Rumelin, Dr. A.
E. Mackay, J. E. werleln. Col. W. F.
Tucker and Judge J, B. Cleland.
TURNS IN HIS STAR
Special Policeman George ; Franklin
turned In his star to Chief of Police
Hunt last night after the ' executive
board voted to adopt the recommenda
tion of the police committee that he be
dismissed. . . ' r ;
The other recommendations -of the
committee that s Patrol Driver, John
Price and Patrolman Daniel Connors
be exonerated of the charge of accept
ing a bribe from George Clare,. a saloon
man, were also adopted. . Patrolman J.
Johnson was found derelict in not re
porting finding Clare's saloon open af
ter hours, and Patrolman B. F. Smith
will be reprimanded next Tuesday for
using too . much force In arresting
Charles K. Jackson, a hack driver, last
- Special Officer. Franklin was accused
of Insulting Mrs. I Winters, who called
him to her room in No. 21 North
Seventh street, one .morning last week
after she was awakened, by thieves in
her room, Mrs. Winter told a straight
forward story, which, could not be con
tradicted by the numerous, witnesses
summoned by Franklin.
In the Price and Conpors- case the
Witnesses could not back their story
with details, and on cross-examination
became confused. j
DIES ON FLOOR
OF CITY JAIL
The need of an emergency hospital
was again shown early this morning
wbon a man supposed to be J. H. Gates
of Rusnellvllle. Or., died lying on 4h
hard floor of the city jail.
About 1 a. m. Gates was taken with
an eplleptlo flt in Erlckson's concert hall.
Manager Henry Griffin found him unoa
sclous and breathing heavily, lie sum
moned Patrolmen Vaughn and Hoge
boom. Captain Bailey had the sick man
taken to the station. A city physician
was called but-within five minutes the
patient expired while stretched out in
the jalt ' - ".. i -
While an emergency hospital probably
would not . have saved the sick man's
life, it would at least have enabled the
police to' lay him' on a bed where he
could have rested in comfort until death
relieved him of his sufferings.
' Hhe body was viewed by Coroner Fin
ley and was taken to the morgue. An
autopsy' is being held today. . It Is sup
posed that death was due to exhaustion
following the flt - '
Gates was 27 years of age. Papers
In his pocket showed his name and ad
dress and the coroner has sent word to
Russellvllle. Among other documents
was a receipt for a registered letter sent
to Miss Belle Gates, of Woodburn, Or.,
and a receipt showing that Only Thurs
day he paid IS cents to burial fund,
. The Longshoremen's union. 1 No. 1 265.
will give its third annual ball this even
ing at the Armory.
HAKES BRIEF VISIT
ArrOXHTKEHT Or SUCCESSOR TO
HBT. 9H, TAXBOTT TO BH TAHEH
VV 19 TWO WEEKS BISHOP SB
CXXKES TO CISCUSS J.OOAX. QAM
BUKO BZTVATXOH. ,
The Very Rev. J. W. Hamilton, XL.
D., of San Francisco, bishop of the
Methodist Episcopal church, arrived in
Portland this morning and left on the
North Coast Limited this afternoon for
Centralla, Wash.' The bishop will dedl
cate a new church at Centralla tomor
row and on the following Sunday will
also officiate at the dedicatory services
vi a new cnurcn at Avereii, nun. ne
will spend another week in church work
in the State of Washington, and in
about two weeks will return to Portland
on his way back to San Francisco. . '
Bishop ; Hamilton is the appointing
power to fill the vacancy in the pulpit
Jt the First Methodist (Taylor sctreet)
church of this city, caused by the recent
resignation of Rev. H. J. Talbott,,who
will become superintendent or mission
work In Utah. . In regard to the appoint
ment Bishop Hamilton said: "
I cannot tell you who wlil be ap
pointed to Dr. Talbott's church for the
good reason that I do not yet know my
self. I want to take the matter up with
the trustees and stewards of the church,
one of whom has.' written me about the
matter." ,:. v--1 ' .-.
"Have the trustees loniL particular
clergyman in view to whom they would
extend a calir ., ..... v . r ,
"Not that I am aware of." replied
the bishop. "I shall take the matter up
with the church authorities when I come
back this way in about two weeks.
would not want to act without consult
ing them.'!. , -
"What do you think of the Portland
situation in regard to garabllngT' the
bishop was asked.
"I understand," said he, with a world
ly twinkle in his eyes, "that the city of
Portland ships more wheat than any
other port of the Pacific coast; that the
price of hay and prunes is going up,
and I read' not long ago in a Seattle
newspaper that the school census of
Portland, Or., gave your city a popula
tlon of 123,000, while Seattle has 150,-
Bishop Hamilton was ' closeted all
forenoon In the sanctum . of Editor
Fisher of the Pacific Christian Advocate,
with Bishop "Eart Cranston of Portland,
discussing general church matters. He
afterwards received and consulted with
a few local clergymen, his time betng
fully occupied up to the moment he left
for the train. -
Harbormaster . Ben Blglln, In his an
nual 'report to Mayor Williams today,
says: ,. ;.
. "I arrested Larry Sullivan for board
lng a ship without permission of the
officer In charge, ; and he was fined ISO
in the circuit Court Two other, boarding
house men. Smith and White',, were ar
rested for kidnaping a sailor from the
British ship Riversdale and James White
was sentenced to one year in prison.
Harry White and William Smith were
fined 2250 and 1150 and this had the ef
feet of. putting a stop to desertions.
"There was 17 per cent less desertions
In 1203 than during the previous year.
I have signed two ships' crews, thereby
saving the 'blood money' for the owner.
"In every possible way I assisted
the capta)ns to get deserters back to
their ships, and I very often make a
tour of the harbor at night to see if all
ships and harbor lights are burning.
"I would suggest that certain sections
of the ordinance be remedied and a fine
fixed for any failure to live up 40 the
Mr. Biglin tells that he has stopped
the "throwing of sawdust into the river.
He asks for a gasoline launch In which
to make his patrols. .
SUING FOR A LIBEL
Washington Boreas ef Tba Journal.
' Washington, Jan, . A sensation was
sprung In the postal scandal tonight
when Michael W. Lewis, the deposed su
perintendent of the supply division of
the postofflce department, entered a suit
for $50,000 damages against Postmaster-master-General
Brlstow and three Wash
General Payne. Fourth Assistant Post
ington newspapers, the Star, the Times
and the Post. - 1
The. charges in the Brlstow report
on the scandal, telling of the gross and
practically criminal management of the
supply, division by Lewis and ending In
the statement that he was removed but
was not prosecuted as the acts com
mitted by him would not allow of crimi
nal prosecution, is made the base of the
libel. Postmaster-Genera ' Payne and
Fourth Assistant Postmaster-General
Brlstow are sued as being the authors
of the report and the local papers for re
producing it. ; : . .
IBA P. POWEBS OOES EAST.
Ira F. Powers of the furniture com
pany of that name, has departed for the
East for the purpose of making selec
tions of stock for his fine store at 190
First street. Before leaving the city
Mr. Powers said: "I shall be absent six
weeks, and shall visit all the great
manufactories in the . East.'- I shall
make only exclusive selections, and
every piece of furniture will be a dream
and strictly up-to-date. The styles will
be new and as attractive as can 'be had.
We are now in the midst of our annual
reduction sale selling furniture at tre
mendous reductions and the store will
have ample room for the now goods by
the time they reach Portland. We are
going to do some business this year that
will be sure to please our friends In
Oregon." Mr. Powers Is an active young
marl. There is not a sleepy hair in his
head. . ; :
V fyt? : XV XZKOBZAK. r- y
Resolutions upon the death of Edward
W. Bingham were adopted at a meeting
of the bar association held In depart
ment No, 1 of the state circuit court to
day. ; Copies will be forwarded to Mrs.
Bingham and the ., state . and federal
courts,1 to be engrossed on the official
records. ,-. :
Seneca Smith, chairman .of the com
mittee, read the resolutions and short
eulogies on the life and character of Mr.
Bingham were given by'W. W. Cotton,
A. It Tanner, W. M. Gregory and M. I
Pipes. .ludtre Snars preelded. and on be
half of the bench ordered that the reso
Intinns bo hich1 orj the records of the
DURING THE NEXT
. TEN DAYS
EVERY. FIFTH . PURCHASER OF
GLASSES OR SPECTACLES FROM
US SHALL RECEIVE A " PAIR OW
GLASE3 - t , , .
REGARDLESS OF PRICE.
GREAT CARS WILL BE . 'TAKEN
THAT NO ONE SHALL KNOW AN
OTHER PERSON'S ,'NAJMBER, AND
THE PURCHASER WILL NOT KNOW
THAT HIS OR HER ' SELECTION JO
TO BE FREE UNTIL THE GLASSES
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Our Prices During
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Solid Gold 10-karat Frames. $3.00
Aluminum Frames, 'Cable
7'Templcs 184.108.40.206.:7. .7.7750
Best Crystal Leases, Scientif
ically Fitted 1.00
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Sixth and Alder Streets
WITH WKZTB SBWIWO XACKXHB CO
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Proprietor, of the "
Largest and Most Complete
.' Brewery la the Horthwest.
Cottled Beer a- Specialty
7 TELEPKOHS Ho, 7a.
Offloe 13th and Burnsids Streets.
HBW TOD AT.
EOOMIKO-H0U8E8 TOE SA1X.
"9 room, central ......................
10 room, central, leaae
c rooms, eenirai.. wifw
X.l room, brick, 3-year l-a ........ ,...f2.im
ai rooma, ones, vyear leans ...........
8 rooma, f n place
BO rooma. hntoL 3-raar leaae. a bcrcain
rent I ..Il.oni
81 room, rent 30 W
li rooma, 1-jnt Ifim ....( Six)
RratauranU, aaloora, eissratriKla, tor aalr.
Call at room CH Motawk bldg. Third and
FAMILY'S RETURN '
Burglars were frightened from tha
home fcf W. II. Walker, 44J East Sev
enteenth street north, at t o'clock Inst
night by the unexpected return of the
family. The occupants left about
o'clock, and i when they arrived home
later they thought a slight noise was
heard In the rear. Investigation showed
that a rear window was open and a por
tion or me nouse ransacsea., xnat tue
man was interrupted in certain brcauxn
It was evident he did not have time t
complete his search... ; The rear window
was pried open, with a Jimmy and the
Intruder thus secured entrance.. All th
plunder taken consisted of a watcli stifle
pin snd brooch. The matter was im
ported to tbe police and Detectives Ker
rigan and Snow ,s re working on (he
case, . ''.'.'.'','
' Astoria. Jan. I. Arrived down at :J9
a. m. -Schooner R. W. Iiartlcu.
Astoria. Jan.. 8.Arrlvil down at 3
p. m. Steamer Alliance.
Arrived down at 3:30 p. m. filcamrf
' Sailed at 4:4S p. m. Stam'r Cf k-j
W. Klrtcr for Ban FrancUro,
Pan Franclwco, Jan. 8 ,rrtvd nt
. m.- Wpnmer Kraiicii JI. I.',.
Stll Fianolcco, 'j.in It - f ir.l f
enttne Koho'. 'for .'(ilurriM nvi. ,