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THS OREGON JPAlj,Y JOURNAL PORTLAND, THTJltJDAY VNINO( DlfcCfiMBlIt 1, IfOi
RUSSIA SENDS FOR
MANY CARS OP NEAT
Ration for Six Weeks for One
Hundred Thousand Man
Hava Baan Ordarad.
LOCAL RAILROAD AGENTS
KNOW NOTHING ABOUT IT
Ships Here on Which the
Food Can Ba Shipped to
Seat of War.
(Jftnrual Special ScttIc.)
Omaha, Nab., Dec. 1. The tidahy
Parkin company haa secured an order
tor 135 cara of meat sufficient to feed
an army of loo.ouo men tor six weeks
which are to be shipped as rapidly as
possible to the order of the Russian gov
ernment. The first part of the shipment,
consisting of 17 cars, went forward to
Portland lust night.
Railroad officials profess not to know
over what road the beef la being seat
from Omaha to Portland. It la gener
ally supposed that it will come on the
Oregon Short Line and the o. R. & N.
Co.'s road, as that would be the most
direct route. The officials are of the
opinion that they will receive some
definite information on the subject this
Local export firms are asking the
name of the steamer that haa been en
gaged on which to make the shipment
from this city. Owing to a shortage of
tonnage the Portland at Aaiatlc company
la in no position to handle the bualnees
unless a freighter ahould be chartered
for the purpose. Aa beef Is contraband
of war it la not thought probable that
the company will assume the risk of
carrying it. This matter was demon
strated last summer, when Oeneral Man
ager Schwerln refused to allow any ship
ments to be made on his vessels that
would likely cause them to be seised.
Those who have taken the trouble to
Inquire Into the subject closely think
that the beef will be transported to
Siberian Russia on the British steamship
Ellamy. which Is supposed to be nearlng
the Columbia river from the orient. She
Is reported to have sailed from Manila
on October II, and by making a fair
passage she should have been hare a
week sgo. Ever since her reported sail
ing all kinds of rumors have been afloat
aa to who had her chartered and tor
what purpose. All the local exporters
disclaimed having any knowledge on the
subject. Many of them ventured the
opinion that she eras under charter to
either the Japanese or Russian govern
ment to carry army supplies. It was
said by soma that the Russlsns were
paying the owners a handsome price to
permit her to run the blockade at either
Port Arthur and Vladivostok.
ALL BIDS RETURNED.
posted Oatu the
Before contracts are let for repairing
the steamer Wenona and equipping her
with a new boiler, the vessel will be
placed on the drydock in order (hat her
exact condition may be determined
This dec is ten was Teaaaed yesterday
af t ernoon at a special meet in of the
Pott of Portland commission ..
Tt la Impossible to tell anything about
the shape the hall is In." said Commis
sioner Driscoll, "while the steamer Is In
ths river. In order to form an accurate
opinion on the subject the Wenona ought
to be drydock ed. It would then be an
easy matter to ascetraln if the bull Is
Worth fixing Unless she is lifted out
of the water no one can tell very much
Commlaaloner Spencer voiced the same
sentiments. He believed It would ba a
very unbusiness like procedure to let a
contract tor repairing a vessel without
knowing the character of work to be
done and whether she Is worth the ex
pense. Mr. Spencer spoke of the We
nona's age, and said a Most Inspection
would very likely disclose the fact that
money spent on her would be thrown
away. It was then decided to place her
on the drydock for inspection, end Clsrk
Maher was instructed to Inform the
several bidders that no contracts would
be made for some time.
There is a movement on foot to pur
chase electric power tor lowering and
lifting the pontoons of the drydock.
from the Portland Consolidated Street
Railway company. The matter was re
ferred to la an Informal manner, and
will probably come up for more mature
deliberation at the next meeting of the
board. It waa declared that power can
be purchased from the street railway
line, for small jobs, at a less sxpense
than it would cost to get up steam in
the Port of Portland plant
Word was received this morning by
the merchants' sxchange that the dere
lict schooner Quickstep la ashore at
Taqulna bay. Stripped of all her rigging
by a storm, ths vessel was abandoned
about a week ago by the officers and
crew, who were picked up by a passing
stesmer. The schooner waa loaded
with lumber, and was bound from Puget
sound tor Ban Francisco. Drifting off
the coast, no one knowing in what lo
cality, the derelict waa a menace to
navigation. All mariners will be greatly
relieved to know that she has at last
bean located. It Is supposed that aha
la a total wreck.
ALONG THE WATERFRONT.
David B. Ogden. assistant rutted
(Hales engineer, returned this morning
from Lewlston, whers he went several
days ago to superintend the work Of put
ting the new dredge Wallowa in com
mission. Hs says that the vessel was
put to war at the Lot Cabin rapids.
HE NEEDS A GUARDIAN
Tbe ttstntit was was at est
. rt.r fls health tad lianas!
' K"ao"ea aeadraff aad nUtta. aalrte
A. M Waal ttwaVT aT' the flOVI IB
Xarwoia. Will It aTerslinea wl Bar. It. Tea Lata
Irss iters.. KM. Use 18c lusts, tt UtrtUM CO.. Nat LtetrsrtMka.. far t
TRI BILLS FOUND
Peter Grant and Nathan Solo
mon Must Onca Mora
Go to Trial.
WITH UNU8UAL CARE
Cases of Incsndiarists Who Jeop
ardized Many Uvea on Sat
urday Night Considered.
. Peter Grant and Nathan Solomon
must again be tried am the charge of
In trials before a Jury two weeks ago
one waa acquitted and the Jury dis
agreed aa to the other'a guilt or lnno
cence, but the grand Jury re indicted
them, returning the true bills to Judge
Oeorge at noon today. They were ar
rested and released, furnishing 1200
The indictments against them are
considered to be strong. No fired
date is given, the commission of the of
fense being practically at any time be
tween July 21, 1(04 and January 1,
IMS. The charge reads:
'That the said Peter Grant and Na
than Solomon wrongfully did acta which
grossly disturbs the public peace, and
which openly outrages the public de
cency and Is injurious to the public
morals in this, that said Peter Grant
snd Nathan Solomon aid regulate, keep
and maintain a common gambling houae.
open night and day; did then and there
Induce, congregate and cause to gather
In said house dissolute persons and
youtha playing therein at unlawful
gamea for money and other valuable
thlnga, betting and wasting their sus
tenance thereby, ana otherwise misbe
having themselves and luring other per
sons to evil ways."
The Indictments have been drawn with
care and a regard for the loopholes
through which the accused escaped at
the recent trials. It covers two pages
of typewritten manuscript, and so care
fully is it worded that the proof of own
ership at any time within the period of
limitation would seem to be sufficient
to cause conviction. Every detail la
given with precision and accuracy.
The grand Jury has, had these indict
ments under consideration since the re
cent trials and acquittals. Additional
evidence was brought before them, and
the new ruling of Judge Sears holding
that proof of ownership of the property
and operation of the bualnees at any
time within two years from the date of
I the indictment was sufficient to show
I th a-iillt of the defendant, waa consid
ered by the grand Jury and the new in
dictment drawn up to conform with the
Grant and Solomon have been tried be
fore a Jury in the circuit court within
the paat three weeks on the charge of
gambling. Thsse trials were had on In
formation filed by the district attorney
on evidence furnished by members of the
Municipal leagua In ths Grant trial he
produced evidence tending to show that
he had sold out his gambling business
prior to the date of filing the indictment.
and on this showing the Jury returned a
verdict of not guilty. Nathan Solomon's
trial, in which the aame evidence of a
prior sale -WAS ttUodaeaaV resulted in a
disagreement of the Jury.
Harvey Dale, whose trial followed that
of Grant and Solomon, waa ulso acquit
ted. but It la understood that the grand
Jury haa his case under consideration
Erlckaon and Blaster were found guilty
by the Jury In their trials, but their at
torneys are making an effort to secure
situated between Rlparla and Lewlston,
and that she made an excellent showing.
Those operating the steamer Leona
between Portland and points on the
Lewis river are more than pleased with
the business they received on the first
trip. The vessel returned to Portland
this morning, bringing IT passengers and
a full cargo of freight. The officers
report that the people of La Center gave
them a great reception when they ar
rived there yesterday, meeting them with
a brass band. All the business men
were invited on board and they were
glvsn a free ride about four miles up the
After an uneventful trip from San
Francisco the steamer Aurella reached
port last night On the voyage down the
coast from this pert the officers say
they had a very stormy passaga The
deck load of lumber shifted, and for a
time it was feared that a portion of it
would hava to be thrown overboard.
Upon reaching the Bay Clty-the steamer
waa taken on the drydock for a general
overhauling. She was fitted with a new
propeller, snd It is now said that she
can make fully l H knots an hour more
than she previously could. She haa a
new first officer, R. W. Msrrlam, who
waa formerly In the employ of the Gray
wru artnur wood niu
For the past three months the steamer
Republic has burned oil. Hereafter she
will be a wood-burner. She piles be
tween Portland and St Helena remain
ing there over night, and the fuel will
be loaded there. Aa an oll-bumer aha
had to stop over at Llnnton every day
LY AT PBAOB.
Ashamed of the action he had taken
while under the Influence of liquor,
Theodore Wilson, who yesterday swore
out a warrant for the arrest of his son
Howard on a charge of aaaault, will not
appear against his boy in the trial at
the municipal court. Mrs Theodore
Wilson this afternoon said that her hus
band had admitted that he waa lntoxl
cated when he went to the polios sta
Vf to kiwi lae r
setae, aaaas ese at feasts
Sire At Brat scat af
she rase it ef all
boa at loot
whteh la a ttstsgttes disease - -Naworo't
lull assets' fee . It cares awMI
aaa stsss falling stfr sr sstttstlsg 5a
GOODWIN IS HELD
TO GRAND JURY
Wife Testifies and Vary Heated
Arguments Precede the Rul
ing of Judge Hogue.
NEW YORK. MARRIAGE
Probable Causa Was Shown for
Holding the Wandering
Son of Capitalist.
K. H. Goodwin was before Police
Judge Hogue this morning on criminal
charges brought by his wits, snd waa
held to answer to the grand Jury. His
bond remains in the amount of $1,000.
Ths preliminary hearing of the case
waa full of compllcatlona.' Mrs. Alloa
Goodwin, tbe deserted wife, waa placed
on the witness stand thla morning by
Assistant District Attorney Haney and
Special Prosecutor Hague, and despite
the strenuous objection of Justice Reld,
who appeared for Goodwin, waa per
mitted to answer a number of questions.
Before examining the witness Mr.
Haney Informed the court that one of
the four methods of proving a marriage
is by Introducing the testimony of wit
nesses to the ceremony. Mrs. Goodwin
waa Questioned at first not aa the wife,
but as a wltnasa of ths ceremony.
"Did you sae Mr. Goodwin married I"
was the first question.
"I did," was the answer.
When and where did the ceremony
"In New York city, Sapt IS, 1116."
'Was this defendant one of the con
tracting part lest"
"And the other was
"Myself." ssld Mrs. Goodwin, with a
'Tou know of no divorce having ever
been granted these parties T"
"No. sir; no divorce has ever been ob
tained to my knowledge."
Mrs. A. Coyne waa than placed on the
atand and testlfisd that In Attorney
Henry Labbe's office the defendant
acknowledged the .complainant as his
wife and said hs would pay a board and
lodging bill of 260 owed the wltnees
Justice Retd argued that the testi
mony showed Mrs. Goodwin to be the
wife of the defendant, and that under
the codes she could not testify against
him. Hs submitted a number of authori
ties in support of his contention.
"Do you acknowledge her aa his wlfeT"
aaked Mr. Haney.
"No. we do not acknowledge, any
thing." said Justice Reld.
"Do you object to her testifying on
the ground that she is his wife?" .
"No, ws object on the ground that the
testimony shows hsr to be his wife."
Hr. Haney then made a brief argu
ment. In which he said that the codea
prescribe that neither husband nor wife
shall be permitted to testify against
the other if one should object Mra
Goodwin, he continued, had not objected
to testifying against hsr husband, and
the defense refused to object on the
ground that shs waa hla wife.
Therefore, he expreeaed the opinion
that If It were admitted that Mra Good
win la the wife of the defendant, the
case was 'clear; while If, cm the other
hand, no objection was offered to her
testimony on that score, no statutory
around existed ss to her not testifying.
Justice Reld followed In an argument
agatnat the admission of ths testimony.
Judge Hogue offered some information,
and for a While the debate waa three
sided. "Well, I think probable causa exists,
and that this matter should ba deter
mined by a Jury." ssld the court "I
will hold the defendant to answer to the
Jack Merrick Said Ha Was Ar
rested When Leaving Fritz'
Saloon After Hours.
Chief of Police Hunt lined up the day
relief at the atatlon this morning and
reiterated his instructions to keep a
close watch on all saloons that are vio
lating the ordinance requiring them to
close their doors snd sell no liquor be-
twn 1 an,l K nVlorlr In the moraine.
Then he turned to the lUd company of
his "van" army, about to be sent on the
long march out of the city, and sur
veyed all their faces carefully.
"What's your name?" he inquired of
a dirty specimen of humanity.
"Jack Merrick." was the answsr.
"Tou are charged with being out after
hours," aald the cftlef. looking over the
arrest sheet "Where were you when
you were arrested T"
'Well, they pulled me while I was
coming out of Frits' saloon about S
o'clock this morning." said Merrick.
Instantly every patrolman in line
pricked Up hla ears and listened closely.
The chiefs Jaw dropped, and for a few
seconds his face was a blank. But hs
didn't qusstion Merrick any further.
"Get in line there," he shouted, "get
In line. Now you leave this town, and
don't you over com back. If I ever see
you here sgaln I will make an example
of you. Remember what I aay now
don't you ever come again.
Merrick took hla place in line with
about CO other hoboes, and In charge of
Detectives Vaughn and Hellyer and
Warrant Officer Golts, was escorted
scross the bridge end to the car tracks
on ths east side, whsre he wss told to
Former Policeman J. F. Johnson ssys
be went through the north end early yes
terday morning and found about 20 sa
loons open after 1 o'clock.
"If the chief really wanted to stop the
selling of U'iuor In. the norlto end after
hours he could do It easily." said a mem
ber of the force this morning. "His
men know what it means to report these
people, and will be chary about doing It
They remember Patrolman Lies."
Patrolman J. P. Fonts obeyed Instruc
tions literally, however, end this morn
ing reported the Oem saloon at IS
Blxth street aa being open after 1
o'clock. Patrolman Fones reported a sa
loon on Alder street, between Fifth and
Sixth, a few daya ago.
(Jearaal Special asrrlr )
New York, Dec. 1. After listening to
a day of addresses, passing a resolution
reiterating its ballet In the open shop
system and re-electing David M Parry,
of Indlanapolla, president, the Cttlaens
Industrial association adjnrnsd tonight.
A resolution wss sdopted, snd In part
Drummer So Bscon Rldgs Is a very
moral town, eh?
Poetmaater Gosh, ysa Why. the dt
Isens woa't even let their older work on
TIE VALUE Of CHARCOAL
Men Useful It la In
Maariv ...rvhiutv know that char
coal Is the safest and most efficient dis
infectant and purifler In nature, but
few realise Its value when taken Into
the human system for ths same cleans
Charcoal is a remedy that the more
Jou take of It the better; It la not a
rug at all, but Simply abaorba the
rtaaea and Impurities always present
n the stomach and Intestines and far-
Lrlea them out of the ay stem.
Charcoal sweetens tne Dream aixer
smoking, drinking or after eating onions
and other odoroua vegetables.
Charcoal effectually clears snd tm
firoves the complexion,- It whitens the
eeth and further acta aa a natural and
eminently aafe cathartic. , .
It abaorba the Injurious gases which
collect In the stomach and bowels ; It
disinfects the mouth and throat from
the poison of catarrh.
All druggists ssll charcoal In one
form or another, but probably the best
charcoal and the most for the money
Is In Stuart's Charcoal Losenges; they
are composed of the finest powdered
Willow charcoal, and other harmless
antiseptics la tablet form, or rather In
the form of large, pleasant taatlng los
enges, the charcoal being mixed with
The dally use of theae losengea will
soon tell In a much Improved condition
of the general health, better complex
ion, sweeter breath and purer blood,
and the beauty of It la, that no poaalble
harm can reault from their continued
uae, but on the contrary, great benefit.
A Buffalo physician, in speaking of
the benefit of charcoal, says; "l
advise Stuart's Charcoal Losenges to all
patlenta Buffering from gas In stomach
and bowels, and to clear the complex
Ion and purify the breath, mouth and
throat; I alao believe the liver la greatly
benefited by the dally use of them:
they cost but twenty-five cents a box at
drug stores, and although In some sense
a patsnt preparation, yet I believe I
get more and better charcoal in Stu
art's Charcoal Losengea than In any of
the ordinary charcoal tablets "
as a a aw a
ALLOWED MINORS TO
SMOKE IN HIS SHOP
Colored Man Arrested and Oth
ers Will Ba for Selling To
bacco to Boys.
Complaints were filed In the police,
court this morning by Assistant Dis
trict Attorney Haney against W. A
Willis, colored, who conducts an estab
lishment at -tt Park street, charging
him with permitting minors to smoke In
his place of business. Patrolman Kay
raided the place yesterday afternoon
and arrested Joe Burns, aged about 15
years, who la said to have been smoking
cigarettes at the time.
At the police station Burns furnished
the authorities with the names of the
following boys who were loitering
around the piece and smoking cigarettes
but made thtlr escape when the police
man entered the houae: W. J. Moran.
an employe of the Portland Coffee and
Spice Works; T. Hoffman, who lives at
Fourteenth and Hoyt streets; Daniel
Keno of 629 Everett street and Lewis
DIXon of S North Park street. Burns'
home la at It Blast Park street.
A warrant hss also been Issued for
the arrest of W. Gunnison, who eon
ducts a cigar store st Alblna and Shaver
streets, on tbe charge of selling tobacco
A John Doe warrant haa been Issued
on ths same charge against the pro
prietor of a cigar store at Russell and
Boat wick streets.
Judge Hogue lectured the - Soya se
verely on the evil of tuelr way and con
tlnued the hearing in , order that their
parents may be given a chance to ex
plain why they have not looked out
more closely for the welfare of thslr
CANADA WILL MAKE
Dominion Reconsidered Decision
Not to Ba Represented at
Lewis and Clark Fair.
Canada will bs fittingly represented at
the Lewis and Clark fair. The domin
ion to the north will erect magnificent
buildings and will display alaborsts ex
hibits at ths 1906 exposition.
A telegram waa received from Pres
ident H. W. Goods, who Is at St
Louis, announcing that D. L. Fisher,
minister of the depsrtment of agri
culture of Canada, had Informed him
of the governments decision.
It. had been announced that Canada
refused to be officially repreaented at
the fair. Tbe dominion government ex
pressed regret but declared It to be Im
possible to participate other than aa a
part of the Brltlah empire. However,
the matter has been reconsidered and
will be brought again before the proper
The minister of agriculture asaured
Mr. Goods that ths government would
decide to be represented at the fair
and would erect fine buildings. It would
also- provide for elaborate exhibits, he
UOaTS VICTIM BOSS.
(Journal Special Service.)
San Francisco, Dec. 1. Chsrles Hen
dricks, ths sntmsl iralner at Chutes,
who was attacked by a Hon Sunday,
died this morning of blood poisoning
"With the Ladles, I'm a
winner all rlat." aald
Ooldea Gate. "This
lady told me I waa the
finest coffee she had
Metaled gates wttfc GOLDEN OATS
rorril bat sstlsfooliaa. Na
I aad 8 lb. rta.-iliti list.
J. A. Folger Cv Cc.
DELAY ON BRIDGE
Morrison Strsat Structure Will
Not Be Completed Within
LARGE PENALTY MAY BE
EXACTED BY THE CITY
Contractors Allege That Work
Was Retarded by Order of
Morrison strsst bridge will not ba
finished next Mondsy morning, the data!
in the contract and agreement entered
into by the Pacific Construction com
pany and the city of Portland. Prob
ably another month will elapae before It
can be ready.
According to the terms of the agree
ment entered into a penalty of 160 for
each day that the bridge remains In
complete beyond this time is provided,
and ttOO for each day beyond SO dsys
that the City S Suburban street railway
traffic across the bridge la checked.
The former penalty will apply begin
ning with Monday, unless the executive
board extends the time of the con
tractors, and the penalty fixed In behalf
of the street car company would apply
now If the terms of the agreement were
Mayor Wllllama aald thla morning In
regard to the penalty tor not complet
ing the bridge in ths tlms fixed, that
the arguments of the contractors would
ba heard when presented, and if thsy
advanced good and sufficient cause, the
time would be extended as In the case
of all contractors doing city work.
Nothing haa been aald thus fsr about an
extension of time and the grounds upon
wnicn tne same win oe aaaea are noi
Intervention of the United States gov
ernment officials will In all probability
be advanced as ons cause. About two
months ago, at the stage of lowest wa
ter. Major Langfltt. United States engi
neer, iaaued an order that the obstruc
tions to the river In the form of fslss
work and old piers supplanted by new
foundatlona, be removed with all poa
alble dispatch, ao that the river might
be free when high water began. - In is
suing this order the government official
fixed no time when It ahould be com
pleted, but placed a man at the bridge
to see that due diligence was observed.
Immediately upon, receipt of thla order
the contractors opened the swing span,
In the agreement between the city
and contractors, fixing the time for com
pletion. It Is specified that if government
officials, stats courts or causes over
which the contractors have no control.
Intervene during progress of ths work,
ths period of such intervention shall be
deducted from the contract time.
Whether the order of Major Langfltt for
removal of obstructions - would corns
within the scope of these saving clauses
tor the contractors la a matter of Inter
pretation. Some hold It does and others
that itdoes not Major Langfltt es
pecially aaked that tne stone pier bs
blaatsd out during low water to lnaure
removal of all obstruction to this Im
portant part of ths chsnnel. The piers
for the new fixed spans had been erected
and the piling and foundation tor the
awing apsn pier had also been pieced
when the order waa Issued.
Some engineers hold that removal of
the obstructions could have been pre
vented without stopping traffic at the
time, and that the order. Instead of be
ing cause for delaying completion of
the bridge, haa been a benefit to tbe
contractors by giving them an excuss
for getting all bridge traffic out of the
way of their work. Theae argumenta
will be advanced at the hearing of the
executive board, whjoa will probably be
had before December 4, the time limit
Id the meantime the vast population
of the east side accommodated by the
East Ankeny. Mt Tabor. Waverly
Woodstock. Waverly - Richmond and
Brooklyn ear lines are losing from a
quarter to three quarters of an hour
on each trip across tne river, ana pas
aengera are put to the Inconvenience of
making two or three transfers, particu
larly Inconvenient In stormy, wild
weather. The car service for this re
gion la badly disrupted, although the
street car company exerts Itself to
make the beat of the situation by run
ning transfer cars across Burnslde
But the people are beginning to com
plain bitterly. They do not know what
la causing the delay. They only feel
the inconvenience of the present con
ditions. Their Interests are suffering
with their comforts, and there is a
growing clamor that completion be
preaaed with all poaalble energy, and
that If the contractors have not been
diligent in their efforts, the penalties
be affixed for further delays.
GRAND JURY HOLDS
SESSION OVER WEBER
Prisoner Still Maint&ins Defiant
Air Accused of Another
! Journal Special Barries. )
Auburn. Cal.. Dec. 1. No new devel
opments have appeared In the Weber
ease. The proceedings of the grand Jury
are held behind closed doors. A rumor
that Weber has made a confession to
the bank robbery charge la said to be
absolutely without foundation. He still
retains hla defiant all. that nas pervaaeu
his actions sines the night of the mur
Ths district sttornsy. In sn lnter-
vlew. has accused Weber of murder
lna one Ah Tee. an aged and wealthy
Chinese merchant, aome Ave years ago,
but circumstances do not bear out the
CASCADE LOCKS TO BE
CLOSED FOR REPAIRS
Major Langfltt Is planning to close the
Cascade locks for repairs as soon as the
water aets a little lower. The river
boats between Portland and The Dalles
111 be taken off the run temporarily
till the work Is completed, which will
probably be In about a week.
(Journal Seartal Servtee.)
Chicago, Dec. 1. Charged with desert
ing hla wife and little son In Chicago
tlfree yearn ago, David Mackensle, of
Boise. Idaho, a wealthy mine operator.
was arrested today at the Audi
hotel by order of Judge Donna
Mackensle asserts that while her
band has been growing wealthy In
Ing Interests "he hss been com
work In a department store to
herself and son.
The Kind Ton Hare Always
in use for orer 80 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good" are bat
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health Oaf
into and Children Experience against Experiments
What Is CASTORIA
Oaetoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil,
fforic. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotte
substance. Its age la its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food i egule.es the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years,
Through the kindness of
the Y. M. C. A., day and
night school is being held
ss usual at the association
building. Fourth and
Yamhill streets, telephone
1 IV Its' 1 II Cut Rates
Boston Painless Dentists
are now giving their annual CUT RATE
PRICES on all dental work. The
charges are leaa than college prlcea and
all work done by our painless system
and by specialists of from II to 20
years' experience. NO STUDENTS em
ployed. TEETH extracted, filled or
crowned abaolutely without pain by our
secret preparstlon applied to the gums.
liver ruling a ..
...eta.. . . 76c
Fall Set Teeth . . .
All Work Guaranteed IO Years
Have your teeth extracted without
pain and replaced with new ones the
same day. Come In at once and take ad
vantage of low ratea Be aura you are
In the right place.
Boston Painless Dentists
aid atomauaOBT utn
291' , Morrison. X.erg
Sal c one era la the world.
Raven Nut Coal, delivered, at '
per ton S5.75
Raven Lump Coal, delivered, at
per ton SB.&O
Renton Lump Coal, delivered, at
per ton 87.00
Australian Coal, delivered, at
per ton S7.SO
Carbon Hill Coal, delivered, at
par ton f 7.SO
Rock Springs Coal, delivered, at
par ton $8. SO
Screened Coal Full Weights.
VULCAN COAL CO.
OFFICE PHONE MAIN 1778. No. tt
-""aastTrrvViV -J f ii sn
Tel. Main SOU.
1 J-wBBi gaaBF a ,ini wBBBsBBBn,
Bought, aad which aaa
has borne the sierotnre
ha been made under his pc
supervision since Its Infancy.
no one to decelre yon in this.
JAPANESE AND CHINESE
We hava Just received a large shipment of
these goods, embracing a wide range and va
riety of merchandise appropriate for Christ
mas gifts. We would be glad to have jo
call and Inspect this fine line of goods wbtla
It la large and fresh. The rush Is sure to
come we can give you much better atten
tion now. TWM BBST OOODi AT TKB X.OW.
We prove thla
r lfth Street, Opposite W. O. Sanaa.
James M. Kan. Oen. Manager.
Thursday evenings from seven
laOBTMaSm (Pernln System),
nrawarrnro (Touch method)
on, Tuesday. Wednesday
and Friday evenings from seven
TUITION. 6 Mos., $25.00
By the month sta dollars for the
first month, five dollars per month
for the following five months sad
four dollars per month there
after. Call or send for Catalogue
Elocution and Vocal Culture
Art of Expression.
PRIVATE LESSONS OIVEN.
Apply to Miss Louise Forsythe,
ST. HELEN'S HALL. Portland. Or.
ajtd unc iMToma, snmsnr
WOOD WOII, UBATKBn WOBg.
Lessons given by Mine Leone
Case Baer. STUDIO ST. HELEN'S
.Uas Irs all nnMaf lrtfta lt
avri t unveiies vsacii a u v nuu a n
Ojky afternoon iron, i 10 i o circa.
88 Sixth Street,
Phone Red 1711. rortlnnd.
and NERVE TONIC
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