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THE; OREGON DAILY JOURNAL,7 PORTLAND, : TUESDAY EVENINO, JULY 26, 1804.
- Since Reported Seizure
V. Ships 3ound to the Orient is mcea at
i ' . Prohibitive Figure
During the at U hour war rlk
bv Jumped to Uf h high figure that
those whd ar In a position tp know ear
It may hav the effect of paralysing the
; shipping bualneae between the Paclfjo
tout and the orient TMterday the
rlek on the Aragonia. now loading at
.Portland, wa quoted at 1H per cent;
now It lr I per oent. M. C Jlarrlaon A
Co. etate that their duotatlone at Ban
Francisco have been increased from 1
' to 1 per cent since yesterday when an-
nouncement was mad of the seisur by
' the Russians -f the PorUand-Asiatic
company's steamship Arabia, J . . .
! A representative of the company far
ther announce that no risk at any rat
will be taken on th steamer Calcha,
bound from Tacoma to Japan. On th
, Shawmut and Korea, also bound from
- Puget. sound to the orient,' the under
' writer refuse to assume any risk unless
they are offered better than it per cent
The hlpperconslder this rate to.be pro
' blbltlve, and K is said that their freight
will probably go uninsured, ao.far a
' war policies are concerned.-
- While they have received nothing of
ficially on 'th-ubject, th. member of
the portland-Asiatio company feel r-
. i - . w liner Arabia, haa
lam uwt . i
been osnliimd bV til alana Thlaj
make the sixth day that ah 1 overaue.1
and UU they have received no word con-1
JUDGE CLE LAND
. John B. Cleland, Judg of department
i No. I tn th circuit court, met with an
. aooldent at Seaside last Saturday, which
will deprive him of th us of bl left
. arm for some time. ' ' . -.
For th last tan dayg Judg Cleland
haa bean spending hi vacation with hi
'family at Beaalde. They occupy a pretty
, cottage en hill some distance from the
v beach, which I reached by an elevated
road. Th road wa built Insecurely at
r on point and a Judg Cleland stepped
: near the edge on hi way to th beach
It 'Crumbled and threw . him to th
Being a large, heavy man. weighing
SUNDAY TRAINS ARE
: ; HELD UP BY PRAYER
Held up by prayer" was the report
made to the superintendent of th O. W.
P. A R. company last Sunday evening
by th conductor of th tn-eomlng Es
lacada train. They war a few minute
late, bnt it could not be helped.
Th travel to th new Oregon town
wa vary heavy last Sunday and two
train wr needed to haul home th
pleasure) seeker who wished to arrive
at their fireside about 7:10 p. m. Th
train would have been on time had It
not been that a prayer meeting was held
on the ear track Just m front of them.
As the electrlo train swept .around
AVOTB3CB OHB 01 CABaTBOXB'S
' , OLD BMnOTBS WIO KABB VXB
: STBBZi TBABB TAMOUS OOMTAB-
ATTTBI.T vmowx nr W1U
" RTBZXT OZBOUS.
New York, July . It 1 understood
that Thomas Morrlaon of Pittaburg wtll
be chosen to succeed Charlea M. Schwab
as a director of the United State Steel
corporation at the meeting of the dl-
-reotor today. There - has been much
peculation to th sucoeaaor of th
former' president ef the Steel eorpor-
- atlos, who la now to end hi connection
with It as a director. Name of va
rious men have been mentioned. Includ
ing those of W. P. Snyder and W. Mel
lon, but It Is understood that after con-
. ference between Messrs, Morgan, Flick,
'Corey and other big men la the corpora-
, tloa th choice ha fallen oa Mr. Mor
rison. . 'While comparatively unknown to Wall
street men and the banking element In
th Steel corporation, Mr. Morrison is a
practical steal manufacturer and one
was superintendent and general man
ager of oner of the plants of the old Car
negie company. He ha th reputation
of being one of th brightest of th
ooterl of Carnegi young men when
1 Carnegi and Frlck operated th grent
Carnegi works, a few years ago. Mr,
r Morrlaon Is a large stockholder la the
United States Stoel corporation. Within
the last few years he ha not been in
active business. ,
The directors this afternoon declared
the regular quarterly dividend on pre
1 erred stock. '
: '.: .. j. oporlflo, - -
Young Mother You really talked an
tranr to Unci Jake about the baby. Did
lie take to n calmly T
Young Father Yea, be went to sleep.
' "I Is Caeeerete so seed that I weM set be
wnheet thee. 1 waa trembles a area eael with
eervie. Ilrer ah haedaebe. Mow alaae taking
CeecereM Ceajr Catkartle I feet very week Settee
1 shall eerteialy reeovmeaa tbeai te siy-frteaea
a the seat mealelne 1 have ever tan."
Aaa aaalsek, (Mm MM la a fail Klver, Maae.
flWnl tiliUhlt Peteat. TaatOoe4. Oe Ane4,
Sv-r Htrhea, V'hn or 4irf, lr. tt, taa. 4ff
("14 la hulk. Tb jrntae tablet aMeie4 COO.
peeete4 te eara r ra aaeeey see.
alerting Remedy Ce. Chieage or N.Y.
nrJUSALE.TEl KILU3M C3XES
MORRISON IS TO
ft The) Dowels
V CANPVATWmC. ,
of Arabia - Insurance on
cemtng her fate. Ab'booji a anything
of a definite nature ,1 learned at the
head office at San Franolco they expect
to be apprised of the fact Immediately.
It is announced that whatever news Is
received relative to th steamer, the
Aragonla wUl sail for th orlnt Just a
soon a all her cargo ha been put
aboard., She Is scheduled to go out
Thursday, but It required more time
than wa expected tQ stow the flatcar
which h will carry away in her hold,
nd rnnMnimnHv aha' may be detained
In port until Friday or Saturday1.. All
the llatcara ar now lo&aea, aim -.
steamer la at th mill receiving flour
As she will take out 50.000 barrel of
flour,- It will take om little' time to
load her.' A good portion of th flour
cargo will be consigned to Japanese
firm's. Th flatcar; consisting of IT
in ail, will also go to th land of to
mikado. But- tn major part - of th
cargo will be taken to Hongkong. Aside
from the. flour and flatcar she will
carry 1.100 ton, of leaf tobacco. In ad
dition to other miscellaneous . freight
It will be on of th most valuable ear
haa left Portland for the far
east since early in March, and will prove
a rich prise should it fall Into th hand
is Btiss1ni. XnniHeigneion,
elusive of the steamer, will be worth
more than 1200,000. . t
about f!0 pounds, Judg Cleland Im
pact with th sod was with uch foro
as sever to wrench hie ahoulder.
Judg Cleland received numerous mes
sage from solicitous friend In regard
to the accident and when he reached the
city this morning was called upon by at
torneys and friends. The Injury is not
likely to result seriously, though med
ical attendant has been necessary.
The Judge wll return to Seaside tomor
row morning. It Is improbable that h
will be able to row a boat any mora dur-'
lng hi vacation, which mean that he
will be deprived of on of his favorit
forms of enjoyment
th corner at First and Madison street
a Salvation Army company wa holding
services in- front of a south end saloon.
Paying no .heed to th warning clang
of th gong, the women knelt down on
th track in front of th train' and
prayed. the car wefe brought to a
sudden stand-still, while the homeeom
ers paered out of th window to see
whst Was wrong. - Th prayer that wa
"offered up by those kneeling on the
track did not last more than five min
ute, and when the members of that sal
vation Army band aros th train
passed on. .
COTS SHORT THE
JVBOa atBABS BSBTfXBS ATTOB-
BXTS XB STTX VOB MABQTJAM
BVTXSXBa FOB TXBZB PBOUXTTT
ABB lBBABBS A STATZMJEaTT
OB TKB rXBBZBOS sTXJCSXXjr.
What promlaed to develop Into a long
drawn out campaign aa regard th
framing of th finding In th ault of
P. A. Marquam against th Title Guar
antee Trust company wi ended this
morning by a peremptory order of Cir
cuit Judge Beara, whose decision In
favor of Marquam In th celebrated
can was handed down two month ago.
Judg Bears prepared a skeleton of the
findings as ha wished them drawn and
submitted them to th attorneys, with
the atatement that If they were not
framed to hi satisfaction he would pre
pare th finding hlmsejf and sign
Addressing Attorneys Watson .and
Tanner, for Marquam. and Snow at Mc
Camant, for th trust company, Judg
near assertea that they bad spent too
much tlms on th evidence and not
enough on th ultimata fact of the
"You have about 10 page of type
written matter here," he said, 'Angering
th bulky documents, "which is about
10 time as much a , la needed. - This
case is going to th supreme court.
anyhow, and there Ip no necessity of
having voluminous finding In this
Th court then submitted a skeleton
draft of th findings, as he la prepared
to sign them, without regard to wheth
er they tare facta technically or legal
conclusions. Th dooument read a
"1. Stat th relation between th
parties existing before and leadlnar up
to the aale of December 10, describing
the reel eetate and trust
"2. State that the sale is void as to
the plaintiff, who should be allowed to
redeem therefrom upon payment of
and interest, subtracting therefrom th
amount realised by rent and proflta,
th exact amount to be determined upon
an accounting to be had hereafter,' and
day after decree upon Buck account
lng,- within which plaintiff shall make
"8. Thl (referring to clause No, i)
upon the theory thkt th Oregon com
pany, being a purchnaer with notice,
occuple the shoes of J. T nor burn Roae
and the Title Ouarantee tc Trust com
pany et al, and a trustee of plaintiff.
for whoee benefit th purchase of De
cember 10 Waa made.
"C State that aatd Till Guarantee A
Trust company waa. Is and ever haa
been eueh trustee since th execution of
th orirlnal agreement of the trust
"I. State that the plaintiff 'was not
chargeable with such notice aa made
him guilty of laches In th-J)rlnglng of
this uit. .
"t. Stat that none of the Issue
herein presented, upon wbch th court
find, war pansed upon by this court or
by th supreme court in the rate of the
united Btata Mortgag-eV-Truat com
pany verau Marquam, at al, or wer In
cludja fiioreia,- - - -
FIRST RIOTING IN THE
(Continued from Pag On) .
permit atrik benefits to be Issued ti
them. .'..'. ' ' .'!'
sTO BTICTATHITTO STaUXB. , '
Kaasaa' City Backer Baaily Operat
With Boa unionists.:. ,.,
," (Joarnal "pedal Hervlee.l
Kansas City, Mo.. July II. Thr
was no sign of a sympatheto strike her
this morning and quiet prevail. Sev
eral carloads Jof laborer arrived from
the Kansas wheat flelda
The packer believe they have the
situation well in hand here and declare
they will soon be operating as though
no strike were on. .
rrmzn x omasa obows.
rack era. However, Claim Thay Will
. Boon Xav roll roroeev,
(Journal Special Service.),
. Omaha. Nab.. July !. About 1.000
raeohanlcal craftsmen at th packing
plants quit work at noon. Otherwise
the situation is unchanged. j
The packer claim that they are con
stantly receiving- more '. men and that
In a few day they will hay nearly . a
full force recruited. Th strike leaders
assert . that th packers, however, are
falling to make anywhere near a show
ing in operating and appear confident
that a few day will bring their former
employer to terms.
I I m I III! I. . , ' . 1 -
Oinila STsUaJI OBSBB. ,
Ooarsal Special eerrlre. i
St. : Iuls, July - t(. Th packing
trade council rnt this forenoon and
decided, to order out all trade without
getting Instructions from Chicago,
OXTDAJTT'S XII OUT.
- (Joarnal Special Servte.)
Siourc CMy; la, July 10. Th firemen
and engineer of th i Cudahy plant
truck this morning and th tie-up Is
' BTLU TAH, TO BTTB.
(Joaraal Special fervtee.)
Fall River. uly. Only two Mills
attempted to start this 'morning and
but One succeeded In operating at aiL
Quiet pre valla Th textile worker so
far seem to bav tn beat or tn sit
NUCHWANG IS IN
. JAPANESE HANDS
. ' , , ' - - -
'(Continued from Pag On.) "
- The Japanese In fore are now ad
vancing from- Salmats and Oypelou,
along th Mukden road. , '
OAXOBAS SAB BZCK OABOO.
Tacoma Contpaay Bad Tlonr tnsnred
Aa-alnsv War Blak. ' '
(Special Dtapatcfc to The Journal.) .
Tacoma, Wash., July to. The steam
ship Calcha. reported from Hongkong
to the .owners in Liverpool aa having
been captured by the Vladivostok
squadron, Balled from Taooma for the
orient July I, with 11,100 sack of flour,
7.840 piece of lumbar, ten tost of cot
ton and CO ton of tobacpo. Th Ta
coma drain company had 6.000 barrel
of flour in th cargo, Inaured against war
risk, at a very low rate. '
" ' ' J - '
' ABASIA'S AOBBTS XOFBUISS.
'. ' (Joarnal Special Service.)
San Francisco. July 20. Th agent
for th steamer Arabia are still without
confirmation of her capture. Hope that
she escaped the Russian is, however,
. OBVISZa STBXZBS BOOB.
(Joaraal Special SVrrloa.)
Wei Hal Wet, July 20. Th British
cruiser Levlathlan struck a rock in
Kung Chang bay today. What damage
she sustained la not known.
BTTBBXZS TO 11SUX.
- (Journal Special Barries.)
Berlin. July II. Chancellor' Von Bua-
low has broken off his vacation and re-
turnAil ta Berlin on account of the criti
cal international situation. No soonr
had he arrived than he went to his ofiw
ces and locked himself In for an exam
ination of the latest report relative to
OOX3CABBZB BT BV8SIABB.
(Joaraal Snectat Serrlce.) "
Julv 20. Th P. at O. steamer
Formoaa haa arrived her with a Rus
sian ; prlx crew aboard. ,
V IS THE CHAIRMAN
(Continued from Page One.) '
lnee Davis, secretary, today made an
authoritative and unequivocal dental of
the published report that th Demo
cratic vice-presidential candidal I to
marry Mr. Reynold.
OOBTB7.YOV ZB BXraCTBSt '
(Joarnal Soecta! Berries.)
Oyster Bay, N. Y., July 20. Ex-Governor
Crane left at noon today, after
snending th night with th president
Chairman Cortalyou 1 expected thl
afternoon, to remain until after th no
tification ceremony la completed tomor
row. . - . .:. . i t-.--
ASKS NEW TRIAL
- IN DAMAGE SUIT
In view of th announcement of At
torney It R. Dunlway that numerou ac
tlons for damages sr to be filed In the
circuit court against J. H. McClung for
ejecting W. E. McPherson from the Tr
mont house and throwing the belonging
of lodger out -on th sidewalk, a mo
tion for a new trial baa been filed by
Attorneys S. C. Spencer and H. H. Rid
den on behalf of McClung. It 1 Bald
that mora than 00 damage suit ar in
Droanect , . .
Circuit Judge Sear gav a deoinlon
laat week on appeal from the Justice
court in which he revefaed th Judg
ment of that court and found In favor
of McFheraon. An objection to th find
ings and a motion for a new trial wer
filed thl morning by MpClung'a coun
sel, . - , . - ' . ' "
ATTOBBBT LOwAB'S TBXP.
Attorney John F. Logan and family
left for Seattle laat Saturday to spend a
few daya. Mr. Logan la expected to re
turn thia week, but hi family wtll re
main on the coast for several weeka.
Artificial Bye ntted.
hug toe It at V, CiLmbrt.J.llu;,tb,
These Games Still Are Running in the Qty But
: Sheriff Word Making Haste Slowly
-Hard to Prove That Stakes Are Up l1:
That poker game were running at
a number of place In the city and that
keno was, played at th Portland club
laat night sre faots well known to
Sheriff Word and hi deputies. On ac
count of the difficulty of seourlng evi
dence that poker games are being
played for money, the official will pro
ceed cautiously, in the matter. .
Oh. I know aU about It" kald th
sheriff cheerfully whea Informed that
poker game were j running laat night
"It 1 a hard matter to prove that poker
game- ar-for money.- - If they were
closed. It 1 a 100 to 1 shot every player
would awear that th .drink were th
stake. AU I bave'to say Js that when
I find any .poker gam running and can
rt evidence that th stake are money,
will close, the gam and arrest th
players. But. I am not going to emu
late Don Qirlxota and charge any wind
mill. There I no use In overburdening
th court and making, unnecessary
trouble for this office by taking action
that mus.t be barren of reaulta.
"A regard th clubs where poker 1
played, dr said to-be played, warrant
are : needed to enter ' such plaoee. It
would be harder to get th proper evi
dence tn.auch place than where game
arajlaycoLJiLjuMIn In securla evt-1
dene I Intend to bav a proper regara
for my dignity a a man aa well as an
official, - ...'! i
"When It comes to. keno, that I a
different (natter. It I said that' Juries
have found In favor of. th players lr
several Instance where arrest have
To teach Mary Sutton not to carry
tales concerning her domestlo affaire,
Mr a. A. itlgga threw a glasa tumbler at
the alleged tale-bearer, cutting her face
frightfully. Thia . morning Miss Sutton
secured, a warrant for the arTaat of her
aaaallaht on a charge of assault and
Both women reald. at tn Honaaay
house, IT4 Holladay avenue. Between
them there ha been considerable feel
ing for some time, it is said. Mra
Rtgg wa married about four month
ago and. according to Mis Sutton, th
husband -and wife have mauigea in
CLEANLY THIEF ROBS;
THEN WASHES IIP
After entering the residence of Mr.
Florne-TT. Pelton. (St Overton etreet.
and robbing her of jewelry and $50 in
fold., v a burglar yeaterday morning
washed his face and hand beror leav
ing th houee. Behind htm he left
rifled bureau drawer; closets and
boxes. He took also a gold watch, a
locket and chain and a gold ring.
Juat when th burglary occurred la
not known, but Mra- Pelton arrived
home at noon to find her bom In a
chaotic atate,-with thing -strewn all
about. She reported to th polio and
Detective Kerrigan and Snow were as
signed to th oaa by Captain Orlta
macher. Thus far they have secured no
clue to the identity of th burglar. .
Mr. Pelton 1 an artist, and baa some
valuable oil painting displayed In front
windows of -her house. Bhe believe
these. attracted. the attention of the rob
ber, leading him to the belief that per
haps there waa money within. m
"I saw a young man attired Id gray
clothing watching the house Sunday
night," said Mra Pelton today. "I wen
down town early Monday morning and
neglected to lock the wind oars. It was
through on of these he entered the
TONY'S PLEDGE DID :
--NOT LAST LONG
Last Thursday Tony Gallagher, one
of the character of th north end. made
a contract with Judge Mogu to th et
feet that If he appeared before Judge
Hogue for Violating . any of th ordi
nance of th city a sentence of 0 day
should be Imposed. It wa on that con
dition that he waa released.
This morning Gallagher appeared In
the not toe court for being drunk.
'Ninety day for you, Oallaghr," said
Judg Hogue. "Your word l no gooa,
but mln la"
"No more contract for me," remarked
Gallagher, aa Bailiff Colts ushered him
MAXBB BTSAMXB 'WBBOBBB.
, (Journal Special Bervlee.)
' Rockland, Ma, July . Th steamer
City of Rockland struck th Gangway
Wedge rock tn a fog early this morning
m.A - - hM.hajl tn aeve her from sink
ing. Her passengers rushed from sleep
panto stricken tor me ime, dui u were
safely landed on th beach. Th steam
er la In a bad condition and a storm
would render her a total losa . . - .
; :," BrXBXS AT-SBOBABB.
' (Arterial Mspstrt te Th Jnmnat.)
Asotin, Waah., July t. William P.
Bciibner, a former pioneer resident of
this section, passed away In Spokane
Sunday at the age 'of 7J year. His
death waa quit sudden, he having been
In hi usual good health up to within 'a
hort time before hi death. He 1 ur
vlved by a widow, a eon and a daughter
and three grandchildren.
BZAM3BATZOB OT TBACXBBkV .
(ftpeclel plepatrh to The Joarnal.)
Hlllsboro, Or.. July 11 The an
nouncement ha been made that th
Waahlngtoh county teachera' " examina
tion will be held at BlUahoro August 10.
The memnere of the examining board
are Superintendent M. C. Case of Hllla
boro; Trof. Joseph Marsh, of Pacific eol
leg and Mr. Belph M. Knight prin
cipal of Threat Prove Public school.
The three best words in the
grocery business: Schilling's
Best and moneyback. ".
been made. I era Investigating ' that
matter now. If conviction cannot be
secured, there 1 no use tn closing kenq
gamea I Intend to be aur of my foot
ing befor I take any fwrrher aotlon."
Kan waa . played al th Portland
olub from I to 10 o'Aock laat night
and the announcement! mad that the
am would begin again at I o'clock
thl venlng. The proprietor aasert
that they ar dealrou of making a teat
caae of their right to play keno. Sheriff
Word refusea to tt what action- he
may take It the game reopen tonight.
Th following resolution, .: commend
atory of, the aotlon of Sheriff Word tn
closing th town, waa adopted Sunday
night by the .congregation of the Cen
tral M. E. church:
Resolved, That we, th members and
friend of Central M. E. church. In pub
lid congregation assembled, having
learned that Sheriff Word ha cloaed all
gambling houaea In the olty of Port
land, hereby exprea our appreciation-of
hi fidelity to th law of our atate. W
further pledge ourselves nd our "in
fluence .to stand by th sheriff tn all
laudable (Tort to enforce th law of
our state, not only relative to gambling,
but to all other vices practiced In our
city.. W also appreciate th fact that
we have on officer' of the law wtioha
th courage to follow th example of
"pur noble president In closing th aa
yfoon on Sunday In th city of New
York when : he wa . ponce eommia
loner." : Th resolution 1 algned by th oora
mlttee, & P. Anderson and W. T. Kerr.
many quarrel. Mia Button, ah says,
thought It hr duty to tll her ac
quaintance of . th domestic troubles
of the Rlggsea, and Mra Rlgg heard
of the talea being carried about,
last Sunday. Mis Sutton say ah
waa walking up the stairs of her lodging-house,
when ahe met Mrs. Rlggs.
Th - two ' hsd some Words, and Mra
Rlgg shoved her down th talre. When
he attempted to again ollmb th stairs,
Mra Rlggs threw a heavy glass tumbler
at her, cutting her face. A physician
was called and - several stitches were
Petty thieve ar making much work
for the pollc at present. Several mall
robberies were reported last night and
today, detective ar making a special
effort to run down th perpetrators.
J. Graham, residing at tO Russell
street lot a gold watch. The thief
broke Into hi room, opened hi trunk
and stola th tlm pie, ' Nothing else
wa molested. .
Hans Nelson, who tend bar for Eeter
Schrants In- a saloon at ' Delay and
Knott street, wss robbed of a ault of
olothe and a gold watch.
Donald Verbal, til Thirteenth trt,
suffered tH loo of hi gold watoh
while returning; to this city on th
eteamer Bailey Gatsert laat Sunday. He
think It wa stolen.
O. A. Laughed, 11(1 Missouri street,
hung his vest, containing a fold watoh.
on a nail In th basement at Fifth, and
Lincoln streets , yesterday and It was
tolen late In th afternoon. ; -'
MUNROE HAS RESUMED
(Joaraal special flervke.)
San Francisco, July It. Munro re
sumed hi training thl morning. He
picked up where he left off and la going
In for much heavy work.
Th ex-miner 1 looking well and
strong and expresses every aonfldenc tn
th outcom of th contest, He say
that he will undoubtedly b th victor,
although conceding that hi antagonist
la looked upon a being on of th
hardeat men to overoom that ha aver
entered the ring.
In reply to a question a to whether
he considered Jeffrie' . ring experience
would not be a great help to the present
champion, Munro aatd that h had
learned a few new trick himself that
would prove a eurprlsa to hi opponent
when th battl commehoed. .
SCOTT ACADEMY '
WILL BE SOLD
'Th board of ohool trustee of th
Episcopal ohuroh haa definitely decided
not to reopen th Bishop Soott academy
and has offered th property for aala
Th academy l on of th most famous
on th coast and ha been In operation
for a number of years. ,
.. It ts located on Nineteenth afreet,
near Waahlngton, and other adjacent
property, owned by th Kplscopal
church, i offered for aale at' th Bam
time. It la one of th beat location tn
th olty and la considered aultabl for
WATTS COXTABT XBOOBPOBATBD.
(Kperial Dlapatek to The Journal.)
. Spalding, Idaho, July II. Articles of
Incorporation of th . Spalding Land,
power and Townslt company, limited,
have been filed. The capital atock of the
company la 110.000. Th company will
construct Irrigation ditches, build saw
mills, : and handle Incidental business
with authority to generate water power
at and near th town of Spalding. -
' SABLAOBO BT OOUJgXOB.
(peelal Mapatek to Ta Journal. J .
Spragua i Wash., July II. Two flat
ear loaded with threahlng machine
collided in th Northern Pacific yard
yesterday,' on car ' running upon th
other ao that on set of truck 1 rest
ing on th floor of th other car. On of
th machines, a new one, la o badly
damaged It 1 practically worth leaa - -
. Artificial Bye yitWa.
Large atock at D. Chamber, III 1th.
Biefened knoefe Oaaaeel woaaa
AUa A Lewis' mt UrmU.
FLUID FACE POWDEB
' - . - :
Za a makes of fortuaee. - II Ixa-
part to the kla a deUeat te
- ut aad yomtbful oauplaaloa o ,
oMalaabla thanrlaa. , .
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V 'ABB BYBBT - ..; ,- i ...
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A Good Complexion
USB IT. '"
FOR SALE Ba ALL DEALBRS
i3I-4f3 Fourth Stfot - : "
AVtfelablc Preparationfor Aa
LngSvebtonacQs amixwreis or
Opium .Morphine mrMLoeraL
A perfect Remedy rorCDnsflpov
Worms Xorrvulsions .Feverish
nrss and Loss or Sleep.
: . recSimtW Signahir off
CCACT COTVO W"A"CT.
Xundred of Bortlaader Bav Bmployed
3K1M Tlrglaia Wardal Ove aa Ore -
. Th lrr and cultivated Miss Vir
ginia WardeL th greatest . clairvoyant
that ever visited Portland, has been In
the olty so long that our, people have
oom to look upon hr aa "on of our
peopla" When thl lady first located
here her progress waa slow, becaus not
known, but as she beoam acquainted,
and her merit recognised, her clientele
tnoreaaed until now ahe I th best
fiatronlsed palmist that ha ever de
lghted and Instructed th cltlsen of
this community. No one ha ver ap
pealed to her for informs tloa and been
disappointed. She ha truthfully told
every visitor all fsct concerning which
they desired to know, until now fier rep
utation la ao flrnily established thai the
best people of the city ar her most
steadfaat and most frequent patrons.
To know this modest, refined, educated
and attractive woman ts to believe In
her, and confidence thusrepoxed will
never be misplaced. It la marvelously
atrange how ahe can peer Into th future
years. Bhe readily tell her , clients
what 1 to be their fate In the coming
time, THB WORLD HOLDS NO 8CI
ENCK FROM HER AT ALU ,I. Is IN
COMPREHENSIBLE to th ordinary
mind how.th woman can divine thing
that have not yet occurred, and bow that
ahe can bring separated onea together,
restore frlendahlpa, reunite tho who
have been' estranged, reveal the where
about of stolen property, local treas
ure, etc, etc. lit fact, ahe la tbe wonder
of thia continent Home of the foremost
business men of Portland freely declare
that they would not sell the Information
she haa given them for 11,000 In ahlntng
APABTatBBT. , ! OOsTMOti
Ovr "elllng" clothing stor. Fourth nd
Morrison. Entrance slso neat to fir
engine house on Fourth trt.
Bring this Ooapoa wltk row aaa
reeelve ft readlag at oae-balf arte.
rOBBIT TIBS BAOIBO).
The forest fir la at.111 raging a nfle
and a half back of th city park, thougn
It la believed that th damage haa been
light. Firemen declare that It t Irn
poaalbl to reach th Or with their apparatus.
. Again Xaowm AH aa a Thov
KodaRs I cfe
073 , PUTES
' W ar ortlaad areata fes'
SZBD BOB OATAXOOUB. 1
Tor Infants and Children.
Tho Kind You Have
Ja IweMaf V"! Vfr
That Lasts 1
-Let's ncore with
EVEfinniNG in PAisn '
160, 162, 164 Front St.
Cor. Front md Morrison -
, Well, k yes, ther sre
Beyertl in Portland, but .
- the 'one most thor
. oughly equipped for
f high grade 'work is on
? '. - the East Sider-name
VV.The Troy. . -
WEST SIDE OFElCEt
129 FIFTH STREET
WATER ST., EAST SIDE
A Ooynton Furnace
fn your heua soon nay for Itself In
comfort end saving of fuel, Let us fig
ure with you on th seat of las tailing
on la your house.
9. O. Bayeg atsraaee Co-,
ill facooA V 21. Mala IU
fy Jfv In
U: For Over
; Thirty Years
... tat aisiaiia eeiieaa
Is found in H our