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-LI G UT D R A FTD 0 AT
Portland Shipbuilder Gets Con
Y twt From Northern Com- '
: mercial Company '
CRAFT WILL BE SHIPPED
: IN KNOCK-DOWN STYLE
Will Ba of Same Dimension! aa the
Tartan. Kiukukand Delta, All of
1 ..Which Were Constructed; Here and
Shipped North. ' v - A
Joseph - Supple wan awarded a. con
tract yesterday for the construction of
another light draft stern-wheel steamer
for the Northern Commercial company,
to be operated on the Yukon river. Tho
noat will be constructed Wltlr nmos-
alble dispatch, ao as to read her des
tination abmt the 1st of Auiru't. Mr,
Suppis was out yesterday searching for
snip carpentra..j . i. ,
The new boat will bVhtind' north
tn piece and a fore of men will b
sent to the Tukon to put his,, together
nd Install, the machinery vtileh Is al
ready there. The length of ta. huU
win be about HO feet.
- Mr. Supp'.-secured,- tie. order prin
cipally upon the -strength 'Of- having
built the steamers Klukuk, Delta, and
Tanana, all of -which ara being operated
.on the' Tukon by the"N6rthecn Ccranwr
rial company " These boats are of such
Hcht draft, although, of ovxl capacity,
that tbry-hava been able to maintain
t radio while other boata .. neve bean
forced to lay-up on account of shallow
channels, - - ..-.,,,,. , .. j ..-.
Work on tha steamer Kitsap at this
yard la progressing with all possible
-liamta inH truiuv Inn ww nf capnentera
will b-employtd. - Mr. Supplii sow be
lieves that tha boat will be readr for
' launching- In a week's time. The ma
chinery, which arrived from . the east
a few days sgo. Is being Inital'eJ and
- expert - machinists are pronouncing - It
: mm perfect -et -of--machinery i aa -was
Fhe KUaap am ply
Seattl and Is being built .on lines , that
will give her, speed. - ;
LUMBER CAUSES LIST.
aftno sal XIOul-bImv
- ' Bympton at Being- "Omaky" .
The ateamer Albenga, which la load
lng lumber at the mUlaot Jnmatu.Poul
en at Co.r has a heavy Hat to starboard.
; but It Is believed that she will ride on
an even keel as soon as her hold Is
r filled to the hatches. " The steamer Kll-
burn had - to discharge 10,000 feet of
tier lumber cargo at tha mills of tha
North Pacific Lumber company yeater
- day afternoon because of a heavy list
' and for awhtla tha big carrier acted wa
- "cranky" -that It was feared that aha
would go over. on her stafbonrd beam.
'- She will aall thle afternoon for Genoa,
Italy, ... .... .L.':.:
------ Borne years ago tha "old steamer Stan-
.wi-laTP Do) lar --nea rl y j capjrised- whll r
calvlTig" lumber at the mllla of Inman,
'. Poulaen aV Co. All of a sudden, while
- big .slings of flr were, being swung over
tha hatches, the big hull gave a lurch
to starboard until her decks showed a
slant of fully 10 degrees,, . The long
i. shoreman scrambled ashore In a hurry
nd It waa - with some difficulty that
they wer persuaded ' -to discharge
anough of the lumber to right the ves
sel. Tho Stanley Dollar waa sent to
.. sea with a part cargo and that ex
perience ended her carrier In the lumber-carrying
trade out of this port She
t was ' subsequently lost ' but another
steamer, formerly the M. 8. Dollar, la
'. ' now tailing the seas under her name;,
;. " -Stanley Dollar No. II wlllbe In Port
1 land In the latter part of July to load
lumber for the orient.
FffoM RUSSIAN NAvV,.
Offloara of Oermaa Steamer-Albenga
1- ' r Ballad With mojestveniky.
. Several of thVofflcefiir-th German
" steamer Albenga, which la at tha mills
t of Inman. Poulsen tc Co. loading lum
ber for China, were officer In Admiral
Aojestvansky's fleet on her" way from
f the Baltic to tha Corean straits. The
fchlef officer waa -on board -of - Admiral
- Knqulet a flagahlp Aurora, which min-
.. aged to escape tha Are of tha Japanese
and found refuge in Manila harbor. Ha
- left the Aurora ar Manila and shipped
on -tha Albenga In the orient The sec
ond officer waa on board of Admiral Ro-
. Jeatvensky's flagship Sourreroff, , but
' left her at Madagascar. .
-, "Admiral Rojestvensky .was purpose-
See that you get a guarantee
aa to quality, .weight and cash
value should you want to return
same. ' This is one way to pro
tect yourself from some : un
scrupulous dealers, . ; ' .' ,
The Safest Woy '
Come to ua ouf stock of Dia
monds is the largest in th Ut,
our prices are far below those
of any other jeweler. Call and
examine our stock; compare our
prices we can prove the truth
of our ads,- -
PAYMENT SYSTEM '
Makes it easy to buy and easy
to pay for the gem we all-love
"best. .We charge no more than
were, you to pay cash. We refund
your" money less 10 per cent
purchasing price :. on : any dia
mond bought" from us.- . J, .
Marx & Bloch
74 T hirtl Street, Near Oak
rLirgest, DiarhondT'Dealera la
ly slow In reaching tha orient because
his vessels were in the hands of In
fantrymen, who knew no mora than
YarnieTi udo-ut liuudflMg sraaeolr
were drilled every day and quantltlea
of ammunition waa used tn "targe t pntc-j
tlr-.e," said tha. second oflloer. - "But
tola fact, notwithstanding, there was
any amount of ammunition on , board
when the- encounter rema og -Htilmnn.
orjkLAlarge number of tha men were
I- , ...j
with the SouvamfT, the gunboat Roland,
wa mannedentlrely by Germansj
"There la no question about th fleet
encountering torpedo-boats In the North
sea. We saw them plainly, but they
aa.they became aware of ua havlngjlla,
"The Kuaalana bad no experienced of
ficers and to that fact may be attributed
their defeat In the battle. The -vessel
were In first-clans shape and up-to-date
In every respect" , ... . ... .
PLEASED WITH PORTLAND.
. . .
Kaa Who aiaed tha Bid Appreciate
-.r .,. ' Satoadad Ooartaale., ." .
' Captain H. W. Baker and his crew-of
wreckers did not get away for Detroit
last night but will start this 'morning
on the through train. They spent yes
terday afternoon sight-seeing about -the
city and noyad. Uiair:Xlrst day of. real
leisure since their arrival frora the easf
several months agOr - j '
Captain Baker ha received a number
of tetegrama and letters from friends
congratulating him heartily for his suc
cess la raising th steamer George W.
Elder, and be feels highly pleased to
know that the public haa taken such
deep interest In the work. Ha waa
pleasantly surprised yesterday when a
messenger handed him a telegram from
tha United States Savings bank Of De
troit reading aa follows: - ' -
"Captain H. W. Baker Honest, able,
skillful, determined., successful Baker.
Bully boy. Congratulations." ' -
Last night's mall brought him a let
ter from George - . Edward Haven of
Waterloo, Oregon, congratulating tha
Wrecker for , hi remarkable piece of
work. Mr., Haven Is a. total stranger
to Captain Baker, and for this reason
particularly,- he could not help feeling
keenly the deep Interest taken In hl
achievement - ,
"I have concluded to pay Portland a
visit this winter," aald Captain Baker
laat night "and want to say before I
leave that I have received most cor--
teoua treatment In Portland. Th peo
ple of . Portland' have showed us that
they ar a whola-souled lot and . I wish
par t tou larty - to mention Captains : Con
way, Turner, Sullivan, Anderson and
Shaver, who directly or Indirectly as
sisted In handling the Elder af ter She
Wa floated." :. v ,- -
ALONG THE WATErVrONT.
The steamer Barraoouta, Captain Do
ran, -sailed for . San Francisco from
Alnsworth wharf at midnight, carrying
a full argo er freight.
. ! I
- Side Combs Free
- . we have t lirge enl lection ef etnaUIUly
beautiful elite eembe real caarma aad to In
dace the ladle ef Uie city to pay. aa a-vlalt
we will glv. , ;. . ;
v Absolutely Free
' Asr day this wt, eae trt ef tbeae kasdaeme
- aaanba with , rr-rf dollar .treataieat. Wa
bMiitlry the eBiv4exlen. a4 make Um saeayod
aad pramaturely old lace appear as la yoatfc.
YOUR MONEY. BACK
Without hesitancy or cavil. ' ' ' , ' .' ' ,
M MB. -WYSSaMoDONALD
' Beeeaaaer te "".
" HAOaKX AZA X0LMES-KI1BICK1
M4 Kerrisea, hear Yark it ltttlU MSI.
Th San Francisco liner Costa Rica,
Captain Curtis, arrived at Alnsworth
wharf at o'clock laat night, bringing
a full cargo of freight and 71 paaaen
gera Captain Curtis reports a stormy
- : Preparation have been mad to han
die large axcuralon crowds today and
owners of th several excursion steam
ers ar anticipating big business.
- Th police hare succeeded In captur
Ing on of th seven Hindoo deserters
from tha German steamer Albenga. He
waa returned - to tha , vessel iMnlv
afternoon and will b held In.-, tha . ves
el's prison until land Is far astrn.- i
Th oriental , liner Numantla sailed
for Japan . and . China; yesterday- after
noon.- . -. .
'i n steamer Roanoke 1 due to ar
rive, her on Tuesday from San Pedro
and way port.
: Tha oriental ; liner Oregonla arrived
at Hongkong, May 10. and tha liner
Nlcomedla, reached Yokohama on tha
same date, both from Portland.
.: MARINE NOTES. '
- Astoria, Or., June S. Conditions ef
the bar at I p, m., smooth; wind south
aaato. weather oloudy.Ax rived at 4:40
ndi. tlt.uP t 10:15 a. m.--8teamer i
CosU'TtTca rroroBanTrUnc1iiC6: 8aniri
at . 7:10 a. m. Schooner Mabel Oale
for Ban Francisco. Sailed at 11:1 a. m.
Steamer Elmore . for Tillamook.. . Ar
rived at 11:S0 p. m, 17, a. steamer Col
umbine, outatd at p.. m. A four-
maated schooner. : " ' -
Ban Francisco. June i. Balled at 11
a. m. Schooner Monterey la tow of
tug Dauntless, for Portland. . Arrived
at ia:IO a, m. Steamer Ascunclon from
Portland. - Sailed Steamer Roanoke for
Portland. - ; .
; Office Room Wanted.', ;
Owing to delay In remodeling our
wholesale warehouse, suitable quarters
ar desired for Immediate occupanoy-. of
th bookkeeping and collection depart
ments of Ellers Piano . House. House
must not b smaller than 2540 feet and
well lighted. In genteel neighborhood.
See A. A, . Bchell, Ellers Piano House,
til 'Washington street
flaV. s iH
SOME COLD FACTS CONCERNING
T ; " A MGlacier" . Refrirator; Is a rnachine, not a box. They are built ori scientific principles, lo constructed that there. U always a constant
circulation of dry air of uniform low temperature in the food chamber, which continues in one direction, passing out after) coming in contact, with the
foods. And condensing and purifying itself on the ice, thus -preventing contamination. It requires less ice than Any other Refrigerator. This is owing "to ,
the. scientific construction of the walls, which consist of eight sections two of wood, one of mineral wool, three of sheathing, one of zinc, and one space
for air. This latter has proven to be a'most important feature in the principle of thorough refrigeration, as air, when confined and has no freedom to cir
culate, is the greatest barrier, to heat transmission! The great Glacier line offers in its completeness many styles and sizes for satisfactory selection.' '
They are made in two different ways zinc lined and porcelain lined. We show the' complete'line," which consists of oyer twenty different styles and sizes, --
ranging in price from $8.00 up to $40.00. We have applied on these the liberal terms of ; . ' . 1
"Hofi" (Hodges Fiber) carpets and rugs are made up in many combinations color-
ings and patterns-designs adapteTTorvejydlssible "user and in shades tchjonizejwiththe
variouB. artiaticdecorationsand i urnishingioLth elpjese odoir
less and thoroughly hygienic, woven, of a foreign vegetable fiber. , It does not splinter or, Srealtli
like the ordinary matting, and does not wear slippery. The success of "Hofi" has been such that :
many imiutions have come into the field: It is very reasonable in price and the most economical
floor covering obtainable- The "Hofi" carpets and rugs are reversible, consequently they give " :
double weairJ We are exclusive Portland agents for these original fiber, floor coverings, of which
we are showing this season the latest and most artistic patterns which are so popular in this liner-
The -; season's - best - and most,: stylish
patterns comprise our showing " of the 1906
models injDo-Carts. ' These are of the latest
improved gear construction. " The folding and
reclining arrangement is such'as requires little
or no exertion to fold or open. The handsome V .
designs and the variety in which the bodies are carried out Is enriched by
the excellent, reed work. Our line comprises many different styles and
sizes the very best makes ranging in price from $3.00 up to $42.50. Spe
cial "terms $1.00 down and $1.00 per wc
FOR THE 0
, Such furniture is essential for comfort
and pleasure: at this season. Our gah
ering of such embraces everything Jor
comfort, appearance and durability, orch
ndgarden settees, swinging ' settees
""porch"Tockemand chairs,-Morris Chairs
and various other desirable pieces. We
have comfortable cane seat rockers for
the porch as low as $1.50. In the rustic and appropriate "Old Hickory"
we carry the complete line. We have "Old Hickory", chairs as fowTts
' Other EffccU
$1.75 up to $6.75
CHARGED WITH THEFT
(Kpeelal IMapath to Tke Joaasal.) -'
Santa Kosa,vCaU . Juu. a. Luokiog
anything but-th - dapper,- gllb-tongued
young man he did when aa Dr.- C. R.
Crandall he assisted-at th hospltai-and
in other places In caring for the Injured
after th recent disaster, and also found
time t' Introduce himself to society
and attract attention by th large prac
tice and -costly -office, he had . lost In
San Francisco,-he occupies a cell at tha
county Jail tonight where he waa landed
by Sheriff Grace who brought him back
fromJPprtland charged with embessle-
menC-.'V -.J..: '.. . ... .. , ,J
v. ' .Voters ' J J ,'
Whe.n you run across John Drtacoll's
nam on the Repunncan- . legislative
tlcketj don't forget - that - be has been
aCltlsn,",a Democrat and anything to
get office., and that he, Joined th Re
publicans for no other reason." It's
about' timer -to jruttha-temalef flc.
hunter out of business. Soma ' fellows
are too anxious to serve the people.
CROWD COURT HOUSE
TO HEAR CHAMBERLAIN
Hillaboro Or.. June 1 Oovernor
Oeorga B. chamberlain addreesed th
cltlxens of HUlsboro and vicinity yes
terday. The Hlllshoro band gave a
concert In .the courthouse square. Th
governor- waa Introduced by Attorney
John il. Wall, of this ally. Ta court-
TAXm, th laDBV SSaVSaTD In the SOUTX SSA8, 1s a most at-'
tractive plac to spend one's .summer vacation. S. B. MaWO aall
from Han Franclaco, July 1, with a party of happy people on their way
to witness All unlqu native fetea that take plao July 14. The S.
yiaranii will remain over In the harbor six days, affording ample
time to make the trip around th Island and vialt - th native villages.
. Clement Wragge, the famoua writer, In his "Romance of th South Sea,'
' saye "Tahiti la one spot worth while 1n a tour of the world." I12S Is the
flrst-class rate San Kranclsco to Tahiti and back. Good hotel In Tahiti
at t: 60 to $ per day. Write for elreular to
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
OakUnd, Cal. ..
- A set of our famoua 111 False TEETH for $10.
Palnles extracting fre with this offer. Exam
ination and consultation fre. Crown and Bridge
work a specialty. ; Extracting, IS cents J " " -
WISE BROS.. Dentists
Opa Bvealag aad Bamaaya
ALLEN'S FOOT-EAOE cuilSi
A Cartaln Cur for Tlra4, Hot, Achla FaaU "- "IT
OO NOT ACCEPT A 8UBBTITUTK.
house was crowded to overflowing and
for two hours th governor held th In
terested attention , of th voter of
Washington county, where he has been
assured of hearty support at the polls
on. Monday next. ,
; 0. 1. C. New Owners.
George P. Epstein and Emmual
Cohep of San Antonio, Texas, hav pur
chased from Sam and Sol Levi the two
tore owned by th O. J- C Co., better
London Assurance Corporation
- - San Francisco Orflce, 232! BUCHANAN STREET
nOOTU Or XOSS, tlm for filing extended 'until th ISth of Au
gust. 10. -. - - : . ' ....
rOUOm XiOST OB Btnurss, pleas 'report, aa we hava complete
records and will furnish eoptea.
rOUCOT XOXAaSS Ul AOTZXfJCD TO ATOXS Collection Agvndea
of every description; also so-called Adjuster for th Assured; w have
1 Adjusters (and more ar coming) who will facilitate the preparation
ozrrooia or ixas.
AJf rBAsTOXaTOO aaOSSaS amount to lea than n quarter of th
Corporation's Owah amaUi- and. eiwdee Heart -Ofls Iwmmellow, the
same will be paid without drawing- upoa th Corporation Fund In this
country. , .
TWM X.OaTDOV ASStrmAJrOa OOmvCBATXOaT has been In busi
ness without interruption for nearly two hundred years, and - proposes
to move right along, in spit of th tremendous disaster which so recently
overtook -our- beautiful city. r : -
; ; i Losses Paid in Cash Without Discount-
. WK J. UOmmmm, Maaagw. 4
TOUr TmOXnOBT, Spavlal Ageat,
- ' : - til Worcester Bldg.
: F. S. KAX.COI.at OOn Ageata, .
. , . ! Falling Bldg., Portland, Or. - . ,.
known aa th O. I. ' C. storea On Is
located at Third and Taylor at reels and
th other on Washington street. The
new owiler took possession on to BraL
We suppose th electlen will see a.'
r,ots of plwnlcs-and weddlnrv t
' f. J,