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- c:. :::i daily jouhijal, rc?.TLA::r. caturday evening, august is:?.
WHO STRIVE TO SET
t " (Joornal gpeeUl Berries.) ' .. '
New-York, .Aug. is, Enough mor
phine and atrophlne to kill an ordinary
man had to be administered to put to
aleep a big Bengal lltir. Helnrtch,"
that veterinary surgvons might perform
an operation on hi left foreleg. -
-.- Helnrlch took hla medicine with Juat
aa much composure aa is -exhibited by
a pet cat that 1 having butter stuck
on lta pawa to cure general feline de
'bllity. That mean he scratched and
. .clawed and fought and cried.
The operation waa performed in Bos
tock's -animal arena, where Helnrlch Is
employed aa one of the atar performera
. in Hendnckeen'a tiger group. "Tsm
many." the flerceat tiger in the lot. bit
hole In comrade Helnrlch'a leg re
cently..- Two operations were performed.
Mrs. Delorah M. Rafferty Suet
Fathsr-ln-Law for Alienating
STORMY ROMANCE OF
AIl'f e That Athleta Acted as Agent
. nd Wa Paid to Induce Her Love
to Leave Her Marriage Result of
- tJoanal Special Berries.)
t New York, Aug. It. With the return
or ueorge a. Kantrty, son or Gilbert T.
" Rafferty. the Pittaburar millionaire, to
years aa a private in the army of the
Philippine, cornea a revival ot the story
of hla tempestuous romance In a sutt
for ISOO.OOO brought by his wife against
the aenior Ha (Tort y for alienation.
' mik. t o.vuiu a. - .
Mra. delorah M. Rafferty.
, - r i u . i
if IL- II
Showing How Operation Waa Per
, formed on Royal Bengal Tiger.
m service In the suit, which was
brought In the Kings county supreme
court, left the - Waldorf for the Thou
sand Islands, wbero he maintains two
magnificent summer homes, known ss
InmertAl Isle ind RnnnU Paatl. Tauii.
Rafferty Is at the Imperial, where he
him off after his marriage, and whom,
he declares, he nas not aeen since.
The plaintiff In the alienation suit la
young, charming and beautiful. She
was Dolorah Mclntyre, daughter of Mrs.
A. C Mclntyre of Alexandria Bay, New
York, Sha la. well known In the Thou
sand Islands, where she carried on
photographic business established by
her father. It was In her atudio that
her romance with the son of the Pitts
burg millionaire began. He went to
her to have his ploture taken, and it was
lore at nrst sight"
The Rafferty family objected to the
marriage of their son to the comely
young photographer, and an elopement
and secret - marriage - followed,- Their
brief life together was stormy, and Mrs.
Rafferty charges that every effort was
made by the father of her husband to
A year after their marriage, Mrs.
Rafferty brought suit against John Har
old Hayden, the football player, for
I2S.00O. She charges that Hayden
walked with her to market one morning
and Invited her into a reitaurant to
give her a confidential message; that
he told her It was worth $15,000 to him
If , he could separate young Rafferty
from her, and that he offered ber half
the aum If ahe would aid him. On her
refusal, she declared, Hayden drugged
In yhe new suit which Mrs. Rafferty
has Just brought sgalnst the father of
her husband, she .charges that Hayden
waa only the agent of the senior Raf
GOMPERS OPENS CAMPAIGN
. , , , , I
Labor Leader Makes First Speech
in Maine at Lewiston
' (Joaraal Special Bervtce.t
Lewiston, Me., -Aug. II. President
Samuel Qompers of the American Fed
eration -of Labor Is scheduled for . a
pefcph here tonight, the event marking
the opening of a week's active' campaign
that he will pursue In his efforts to
bring about the defeat of Repreaentatlve
Charles E. Uttlefield at neat month'
election. The Federation of Labor has
singled Mr. Llttlefleld out as the partic
ular object of attack In the first politi
cal fight to be waged by organised labor.
Beaidea President Qompers, It Is like
ly that John Mitchell of the miners'
union and one or more other prominent
labor leaders will be brought Into the
district and put on the stump to apeak
In behalf of D. J. McOIUlcuddy, who Is
Mr. Llttlefield'a opponent. The nominal
Republican majority In the district la
1,000, and Mr. Llttlefield'a campaign
managers declare that they are not un
eaay over the outlook. Believing, how
ever, that It Is better to he safe than
sorry, they Intend to bring Speaker Can.
non and other big party lenders into
Maine before the close of the campaign.
GATHER AT ESSEN
.(Jeerae! BpeHal Service.) ' -Berlin,
Aug. 1 1. In the city of Essen.
where the great" Krupp steel works are
located, scores of representative Roman
Cathollos front all parte of the German
empire are gstherlng for their snnusl
eonclave. It is the annual meeting of
the Roman Catholic Central vereln. The
proceedings are to begin tomorrow and
continue through the coming week. Em
inent representatives of the faith, both
clerical and lay, are always in attend
ance, and some of the speeches delivered
In the past have had far-reachlirg effect
But the relation of the Cathollo church
and the government at preeent are most
satisfactory, and it la not anticipated
that anything will come tip at the con
vention this year to disturb the tran
quilly. The American Federation of
Cathollo societies hsa sent a fraternal
delegate to the convention In ths person
' of Alphonse O. Koelbe. - . , ,
I but unsuccessfully, to put the injured
member back into proper gear.
Or. Henry Amllng of No. 4231 Fan
avenue then advised that the leg be let
alone and that It might work back Into
form itself. A few weeka ago. how
ever, the animals condition became so
serious that a final operation -we de
cided on-- - : . :
When Helnrlch was brought outside
to be tackled by the surgeons the bone
was protruding through the flesh. He
rolled his Trown eyes round pitifully
until they fell upon the medical kit
I Then he stsrted to snap and snarL '
Four men were needed to tie him
I down. Then the anaeethetlcs were ad'
ministered. In IS minutes the opera
tlon was completed.
Official Figures PrOVS Great In
crease in Consumption of
Malt Beverages. .
FALLING OFF SHOWN
IN ALCOHOLIC DRINKS
New York Leads Statea in Manufac
ture of Beer .With Wisconsin
Fourth and Missouri Sixth In
crease' in Number of Cigars.
- fWuhlnitaa Boreas of The 7aaraaLI
Washington. Aug. II. The United
Statea la becoming a beer-drlnklng na
tlon. The official flgurea prove It and
from them there la no eacape. Away
back in 1S0 the people of this country
consumed but two gallons of beer per
capita, a very modest amount when
compared with what the leading na
tions of Europe had been doing : for
generations, in 1ST0, however, the per
capita consumption went up to five gal
Ions snd in 1180 It waa still further In
creased to eight gallons The blggeet
advance waa noted in UtO, and In that
year the American people drank, per
capita. II gallons of beer. There wss a
further advenes to II gallons in lioo,
and for the last fiscal year it was 10
There Is soma comfort1 In these fit'
urea, ominous as they wllf seem to some
of the good temperance folka, for it Is
noLedthatlha consumption- of alcohol la
drinks has not kept pace, proportion
tely. with the consumption of beer.
Whiskies, wines, brandies, etc., while
making modeat gains, are left far be
hind by beer. - This seems to Indicate
that the American people are gradually
limiting inv " v& -- ..
drinks, in the middle of the last cen
tury, and in race rrom me revolutionary
period to the cloae or tne civu war,
whiskey wss ths ' favorite American
drink. Beer was unpopular, was little
known and had few promoters. But
with Imoroved methods of brewing and
the influence exerted by tne neavy uer
man Immigration, which began toward
the middle of the century and contin
ued until well toward . Its close, beer
came Into favor. .
Beginnings of Industry.
The term "whiskey," however, as used
herewith covers a good deal more than
what' Is properly embraced In It. In
oolonlal times, and fsr Into the last cen
tury, there wss a wide distribution of
small quantities of wine made from
grapes and currants, and these, with
whiskey and brandy, were to be found
on every sideboard and on every table.
The manufacture of beer In the United
Btatea did not begin until 1140, and
then It waa In a very small way. - ror
years the breweries were all owned by
Germans' and ths products of them con
sumed by the same people. Gradually
beer made headway among native
Americans and then, after the cloae of
the war. It began to drive out ale and
Dorter. ..which are now useM here In al
most negligible Quantities. In the half
century cloalng with l0e the number
of- beer establlahments Increased from
431 tr l.B0. the cifrltal employed from
$4.02.180 to 1416.114.4(1. and the value
of the output from I5.72M4I to HIT,
aourl and Wisconsin are known aa cen-
lre ox Deer manuianure, u may oe
somewhat surprising that these states
do not stand well toward the top of the
lift of states -In that Industry. But
ther do not. According to the official
figures compiled for 1100, New. Tork
stands at the top of the list with a
manufacture of t.lll.OSI barrels Penn
sylvania comes a poor second with
4.4g,171 barrel. Illinois third with
!.74.T1 barrets, Wisconsin fourth with
I 049.1ft barrels. Ohio fifth with 1.018,-
111 barrels. Mlisoiirt slath with 1.410.-
barrels and -New Jersey seventh,
with 3.117.41 barrels. ' . V
' - Tn Capita Ooamuapuom.
A few figure regarding the per
Capita consumption of whlakey will be
of Intercut tn this connection. - The gov
ernment kept no figures as to consump-;
tlon until' the Internal - revenue lawa
went into effect during the cival war.
For 1811 the per capita consumption
was about half a gallon, ana It was ;
t Men Now Visiting the
' 1a.- fl a. "
ly invncu 10 vail
It cava men to ma to the Dr. W.
slclans are-of : the world's best
T out the northwest to"
T Quirk and Tasting our
T Indorse them. Grate
Call at Once If You Are In Trouble
' Stav Young and middle-aged men who have Injured themselves in
body and mind, with weak back, falling strength, sunken cheeks hollow
eyes, bad habits, dissipation, poor memory. .
Over 50 Per Cent of Our Patients Have Been
Cured for $10 and Many Only $5 During the
; Past 1 7 Years In This City We Qlye th
Best Treatment at the Lowest Prices. ;
We are .tlways willing to arrange terms to suit. Ton can pay by the
visit, by the week or by the month, end we give liberal discount for cash.
-Remember, our charaea ara the lowest and moat raaaonahla In tha c-itv.
and you get the. very beat treatment.
at once; It will be the happiest day
TASlooaa TXrjra, wormy veins, varicocele, reduced and cured with-
out cutting. No pain.. Rupture, hydrocele snd piles cured without op
eration. Consult us free and find out how we cure without the knife. .
Our price for a cure is the cheapeat In the northwest
CKSOlTXa skin dlesses, ecsema, ulcers, sores, piles, constipation. Itch
Ing, hesrt, kidneys, liver, stomach, catarrh, rheumatlam, pains.
Oat of Town Men Tlsltlng the City Consult us at onoe upon arrival
and maybe you can be cured before returning 'home. Many caaea can
. be cured In one or two or more visits. Consultation and advice free.
WaUTI People who live in outalde towna and In the country who,
. cannot call should write for consultation and advice, free. Many eases
. have been cured by home treatment
Our new treatment has cured 1,008 others and will cure' you. Come
to us and you will alwaya remember It aa the moat important transao- -tlon
of your life. If you can't call, send for our free symptom blank.
We will tell you if you are afflicted. Consultation free.
If yo live oat ef tha eity, eosae for ess rial yoa eas gs sack on"
the seat train.
You Need Not Pay Until You Are Cured
Should you desire, you may depoalt the fee with any bank or busl
. tiess house tn Portland, to be paid to us aftsr you have been restored to
, health. -
Office hours t a. m. to. I p. m.; Sundays and holidays, 10 a. m. to 11 m.
DR. W. NORTON DAVIS B CO.
' leading rpeoUUsts la the Worthwes. BrtabUshed ISM.
TA VOY KOTOX M TXZBO ST COSUTZB TOT. OBT&AJTD, OB.
WS DISEASES CURED FOR $ ?.fjfl
ESTABLISIIED 25 YEARS EV PORTLAND
We Will Treat Any. Single Uncomplicated Ailment For
We make no charge for examination, and we are glad to have you eaU
and nave a private ana conuaenwai
Is the most dreaded, dangerous
disease not only unfits you for your work and duties, but makes a man
unfit for marriage, for holding responsible positions. 'When his system
becomes Inoculated with tha germ the whole body undergoes a change of
decomposition and not only results In a disfigurement of the body but -also
of the man. This dlaeaae can be cu red. We have received the everlasting
gratitude of thoae whom we have cured and who. show their apprecia
tion by sending us other cases.
Loss of energy, will-power, lack, of concentration -of-thought, loss of
memory, which weskens your entire system, mental aa well as physical.
This lowered vitality of the nervous and physical condition is strength
ened so thst In a short time you will have your original strength -and be
All acute and ctironlo akin diseases, ulcers, rheumatlam, heart, kidney,
varicocele, stricture, gonorrhoea, liver and stomach troubles cured by tha
lstest scientific methods. -
1 WRITE, if you csnnot calL All correspondence strictly confidential and
all replies sent In plstn envelopes. No nsmes. caaes, letters or photo
graphs of patlenta published or exposed. Inclose 1-cent stamp to Insure
reply. . .
Hours I ani to ( p. m.; Evenings,
OOBBBB SSOOB9 ABB TaJOOU
gallon and four fifths In -1110, - these
being the record periods. It had
dropped to a gallon and a third by 1110,
and to a gallon and a fifth In .1100. This
la the low-water ' mark. . On the baals
of 11,000.001 population In 10, this
being the estimate of the census bu
reau, the consumption of whiskey this
year has been a gallon and ..almost
three quarters per capita. This In
crease Is in striking contrast with the
much more rapid Incresse In the con
sumption of beer, snd beers out .what
has already been said sdoui tne Ameri
can people's tendency to switch from
alcoholic to malt beverages.
Since 111 the consumption of cigars
In tha United Statea has Increased from
T per capita to II. or more than 100
per cent. During the asms period the
consumption of clgarattea has Incraaaed
mors -ths n 100 per cent in lo this
consumption wss eight per capita, and
for the fiscal year recently cioaed It
waa . This figure ia me same aa
for 1104 and for 101. In 1101 the con
sumption per capita was 40, In 101 It
wss 14. In 101 it was i. in lfoo it
waa 10. In 1110- the per capita was II.
The Increase beginning with 1101 Is due
to the general Introduction of Egyptlkn
or Turkish tobacco in cigarette lorm
Into this country. . - -
evais CXATTOA. -
Wav. W. L. Rllev. LL P. Cuba. New
Tork. writes: "After fifteen days of
excruciating pain from eclatto rheuma
tlam, under various treatments, I wss
Induced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment:
the first application giving my first re
lief and the second entire relief. I esn
Ivs It unqunnneo recommenaaiion. ia.
Oc. 11.00. Woodard. Clarke Co.
Nortnn Davis nomnanr " Thalr'ntu,.
.specialists. They. are. known through
honest -UDrtsht Dhyslnlana and aura-eon.
' auras have established their reputation. Cured patients
rateful men recommend them. ..'': . T
Call and find out about your case
of your life. Consultation free.
$12.50 for the fee
PAY UNLESS CURED
We desire to reach the poor as well ss tha
rich man, and by making our fee only 111.(0, pay
on easy terms, we Increase our business and se
cure lasting gratitude from thousands, who would
otherwise remain afflicted If It were not for this
liberal offer. . . ,
taig aooui your irouoiea. -
and destruetttve disease- .known. This
7 to I; Sundays, a. m. to 11 noon.
SHOE AND LEATHER FAIR
IS OPENED IN CHICAGO
' (Jooraal Special Serylre.)
unicago, ill., Aug. II The national
snoe and leather fair, for which prepar
ations have been making for aeveral
montna, opened today in tha First Ran--
iment armory, to continue through next
week. The exposition la the first large
ariair or its kind In this country, and
has attracted unlverssl attention. It
includes the display of the biggest shoe
joDDers, snoe manufacturers, tanners,
leather dealers, machinery and. supply
A unique festure of the show Is the
exhibit arranged under the direction ot
Major John M. Carson, chief . of . the
bureau of ma nu fact urea of the United
State gvernmeAt. This exhibit Is de
signed to arouse tha Intereat of Amer
lean manufacturers of shoe snd leather
goods In the Immense possibilities of
tha export trade. Ths exhibit Includes a
complete series of samples of the boots
and shoes worn by the Chinese, also of
the several parte of theae atylea of
footwear, ao that the mathod of manu
facture and the appearance of the fin
ished article can be comprehended at a
BAY STATE MILITIA
, IS INVADING CANADA
' . (Joaraal Special Sarrlao.)
Boston, Mass., Aug. II With bands
playing and flags flying the Fifth regi
ment of Infantry of the Massachusetts
militia stsrts this evening for sn Inva
sion of Canada. The Immediate objec
tive point Is the city of Ottawa the
capital of ths dominion and the seat of
a-avarnment. After taklns tha cltv hv
latorra the regiment plans to hold a re-
Regulator Line Steamers
re excursion stbamcr "baxlet
GATZERT" makee round trlpa to CAS
CADE! LOCKS every Sunday, leaving
PORTLAND at I a. m.. returning, ar
rives p. m.
Dally service between Portland and
The Dallas exoept Sunday, leaving Port
land at T a. m- arriving about f d. m-
carrying freight and passengere.' Splen-
oia accommoaauons tor omnia ana
Dock foot of Alder atreet Portland:
foot of Court street. The Dalles, Phone
Mam lit, rortiani. .
t Vastest aa tha Btvei .
The Only1 steamboat rnaklng a round trip
. " ' Except Sunday Between
PORTLAND and ASTORIA
aitd way roorTS .
Leave Portland..,,...,.. T:09 a. m.
Arrive Astoria 1:10 p. m,
Iave Astoria ...1:10 p. m.
Arrive Portland........ 1:00 p. m.
M.tLS SERVED A LA CARTB
' PcrtUnd Z-aadlnr, Aides attract Sock. ,
- Astoria landing. Oalleades Dock.
E. B. SCOTT. Agent Phone Main III.
raT AMD POP FLAB gTEAsflHIPS
; Uaee Seattle '
"nmitOl" Aoruet t. . . '
"DOUHIN," August 11.
C ALU NO AT ''
Ketebtksa. Jaaeea. DnogUs, Haloes. :
way, Cnaaeets wltk W. P. a T. rants far
Atlia, Pawsoa. Taaeaa. Mosae, ate, .
roe An Soatbesstsra Alssks Porta.
Oall or send tot 'Trip te Woederfal aUska,"
. "lodlaa Baskstrr." "Totes) PoUs." .
THS AIAIXA a. a. CO.
PTaak Weolsay Ca., Afents.
tni 0k at. PortUod, Or.
SOtrTKZASTZItir ALASKA kOUTX. '
rrom Hesttle at S p. at.
for Ketrblksa, Juseae. Ikas
war, Wblt Borse, Da a too
8. S. City of Seattle. Ass
ort 10. SO. SO.
S- 8. Humboldt, Aagast
4, 14, St.
S. S. Cottage Cltr (via
Bltln). Ausust 11. SB. .
nOUS BOVTK. m.
I, S. Senator shout Auruat IT. ...
roa ia raAvoisco siaxor.
Prom Seattle at s a. s. City et PoeMe,
ottiaas Office. 141 Waahhvrtea St., Bala Stt.
. O. X. LEE, Pass. . Art.
C D. DLMAXN, U, P. A.. Baa Praaeisee.
C. GEE WO
- ' Chinese '
'-. Root snd
Hal famons rtsiedlaa, tbe Ingredients
wkleh we Imoart dlioet troai tha Ortant
large eaaatltlea and srapare and set ap fat
nae la bis nn-ie-eate lanaiorri no sMrenrr,
polaosa or drags ef any kind esaa, . Parol
Tke Doetor treats eaeeeesfany and gaarsntoos
ta enre all stonaarb tronbles, eatarrb, aathoaa.
Inns, throat, rbenmatlam. aervoasneas. Urar,
klilnar and Mat manhood.
yufAU raotrBLEs aim all putati
' Re tslae er ttlaleadlns etateaiaats te tbe
stfllettd. a safe and Uatlng enre In tbe eateb
eet aoaalbls tine and st tbe lowest east pee.
SIMa for bonoat treatment.
If Ji ran sot rail, writ for symptom Blast
sad eircalar. Inrlnae 4 eoata In etamaa.
eonvLTAnov pais. - -----
tae 0. 0e We Cklaaae Madiouis Co., UIH
- pint St., Oar. Morrlsoa, Panlaaa. Or.
Pleeae maatlaa taia no par.
Scott's Ssntal-Pepsn Ce?sc!:s
A POSITIVE CURE
a. aeouaaaerav. enms
ckly and nomMnantir tne
ana niwt. ao msttor oi now
jonc atandlnc. ikiolataly
harnlaaa. Sold kv druaista.
Weedard, Clarke A Oa.
Isl 111 I IS IBS 1 Ma. ahAMM fcaaaVeaW
ft. do i in wooasjrnii
MARVEL ttblrUag Spray
. mow ear.
IS iaa aaaalallai B
Ttha oanaotaafnly tbe
avii. aojent no
oihor. but send stamp fc
tllosiraioa book Mirf.
fnll narUoulara and dtraMiora to.
valuable tnladlra. MHVBI. rSX.
aa . saa sr.. aatv iosil
a. a. ikidmosi a oo., it -Hian ixeut.
AXS WgOBAAA CLASJLB 00.
lrynLvsAra. n-.T.rwi..i. uih., its
I wlik no rttkn. Toko ao ether. Bira.e
I aoaaoraaa Baaotltaatoaa aaa
' Maaa. Br al J lnfim, Ao. te
Zmm. a. P.rtlUn. Taatlaaiiilals
aae :'R-llr Par ISIoa.. lm.l re.
tara MaU. I.M1iii Tii
I Inaw. -bl'borr t kraalrol
view on the beautiful grounds In front
ih. narllament buildings. '
Tha fart that tha Invaders will bear
arms might lead some persons to Imag
ine thst snother Fenian- raid was In
prospect. But nothing la farther from
tha truth. The regiment goee to Canada
at tbe apeclal invitation of, the authori
ties Snd the trip in in ino niur vi ai
return for tne vtmi pma omon
fall by the Vorty-thlrd regiment, Duke
of Cornwall's Own Rifles of Ottsws.
The Maseaohusetts aoldiers aspect to
spend two daya In Ottawa. On tha re
turn trip they will make a stop at Mon
treal. '!';'. ,
. . , 1 1
Tha elivalataom ef Tha Joaraal la
rertiand and u Oregon exceada that at
any otbes Oregoa aawspayeav ,
a - n
Foi ' WMftM Tronsiis;
! s' BELIEVES IN
' v 1 DISCHARCES
V- ) 1 1 ((--,
' ' ' yjr gmnrmtfetmml,
w For sale
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WMan. t nneasiK-no
Bk rOsV aat-MoalConTonlont.
Xi ' jaTNnaaoa m ln.au I i.
M M mm
as w a
' e e - - - w-eere,e
Trains to the East DsOy 3
,-JiM Piitlawa staasatd sad lisslit aVt.
?- Sail s Oawba. Cklsasn. Baekl
SS sla,fn1, d.l.r l. iTan. c.
JJfsa rr"aiag saatreara (aaata Srael le
flaaH. nissaaas M. ' aaT
b.tV" L. "2
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S-1S am '
ltlL!w,,"l wf pniata. emweetta
ti.m.Vi-. ."" sae norti
Snoaari gatarda. 10 a. sa. Airteas
.. except Snadar.
TAifHTtr, arvita aotrra.
Srtos- Orasna City and Tint! Til rtw
Pts, steaners Ratb sad Vodoe. Aabt. seek.
hiTl "r. eveept 8onday atsr pr
, , BTA ntTVK IMTtt s
" ead way points IVa
toa ClVt (Poeaae sad Lewte.
tsU j 7. 40 or spea arrival Train
fcwVip1,- - s. -
ticket OfaVe. Tblr ami Waatlagtne) ska,.,
w- afeMuRRAT, General Paasaasef Asont.
tTnfaa IImmI t-M&
Overland topreae .ftiha
F", Roaebajrg, Aaa
t4, "oeramonle Osdaa.
fan Pranrlaaa, Staektoa
Los Asselas. El Paao, ''
New Orleans aad the east 1:45 m
Mornlns train eonaeeta at
Woodbvpa . aallw .
Snnday with train foe "
Monnt Angel, glleorton, ' ,
Wendllng and Natroa.... 1:00am
knea MnMim ami.
rfm st Woadbnra wttb -
Monnt Anal sad ailna. ' '
ton loeal ., es-aaj aa - a: an
rflrrallla'paaaenser. ...... "T V am R nOpta
"berldaa paaaenser....... MHOpa -:aBpni
rorat Orera maaeaeer.. fS AO aa 111:10 naa
-uanr. lTaH exeent aainday.
TEPTlRSOltTaSKT sTATIOlf. - ' '
For Dallas snd Intermediate points dally T:W
m. snd 4:15 n. as. ArrlTe Portland 10:10
a. tn. snd B:ta p. m.
ror nme im eara er newss imrM) trams
smtr at Cltr Tteket .Offtea. a ataMaa. .
Tickets te Eaatera points snd Rnropej else
lapan. Oiln. Rnnnlnln and Anatrana.
Cltr T1ok.t. Of rmr ' Third .ad Wash-
mswa arrena. man a main Tlx.
O. W. STiNOEE. Wm. MeMTTRVAT.
Cltr Tlrbet Aaeat. Am. Psaa. A seat '
Tn a iRio'
Clty-St. Loots gpaetal for ' - '
Cbebalts. Centralia. Olym- v .
pia. vnir Baroar, aonia .
Bond, Taeoma. aVattle, gro
lano. tewlatoa. Bntta. !. - ' '
llnaa. Donrer. Omaha. Kan- V
saa City. St. Louts and ' " i '' '
RoatKeaat. dally IJOssj dtHasi
trie Mabted. tae Taeoma
Seattle. Spokane. Bette.
Mlnnmnona St. Paal SM
the East, dally
S:OBaaB -". IMia
Puri Bnnad Umltod.
C1areasot. Chaalla. Cen
tralia. Taeoma su Beatua
d:SB8i - S:Wsm'
Twin Cltr Express foe Ta
na, poarrie. Bposan
R.Imi. Botte. St. Pant. : 4-
Mlnneapolla. Ltnmln, St. ' '
loeepb. Kanaaa City. ftai. . -
ka. St Lenta. wttanat-. . -...."-'..,
eheneo of ears. Wreet m-, . .. . ,
ootlone wr sll polntar -.
-t a4 a , Sail., tliaapm laBsas
k. D. CHAMTr01. Assistant Oeasral Pae.
seasee Agent. Set atucrtean street, setae Third.
peruana.- iresnnw , ,
Astoria '& Columbia
River Railroad Co.
' Catoa Oonet
Par Matrra, aalnler, Clata.
kanlo, Wratport. Cliftoa,
Aatoria. Warreatoa. Pla
aal. ffammoad. Port gtav-
ens. Ooarbart Park. Seaside. SM am
Astoria ana Seaabore. ex-
nreoo dally T4Wpm g:m
'Pertland-rVasid Flyer" Satarday only
lesres Portland S;10 p, na.
All trains dalle. -'?
t. C hfATO. O. P. sad P. A., Artorla. Or. '
C. A. STBWABT. Commarctsl Ageat, , So
Aider street, phone Main eoa '
TNC COmrOrtTABIX WAV.
2 Overlaad Tralas Daily 2
"The Ortaatal Umlhra. the Past atafl
VIA SBATTLB AND SPOgABS.
- ,- ; - Pally., , Dally.
Portland time eetedele
T snd from Spokane, . .-v .
St. Paal. MlnMapolta.. i ,
tmlath and ell points ' . '
Kssl via Sssttis...... S:"sm T-OSam
Tn snd from St Pent.
end all points Beat
SrtS ma Sios aw
orthorn Steaarabtp Oa, -
aning from Soettle lor Japoa ana
China porta and Manila, .enrtytaa aa
erasers and rrelaht
. , - B. S. Dakota, aeptamkor 1. 4 ,
B. 8. Mlnnoeota, Ootobar Sa,
HTPPOB TUIBB KAUItai
(lapao Mall leanM t.
g. a Akl Mara will sail from
Seattle ahoat Sepirmbef 4 tor JPS nnd
China porta, tarry US naeoeasot .
Par tlekets. rates. easnres.
rloea. . eall aa oe edAreas
K. DTCBBOW. O. P. T. a., n T v
afc, Pertlaad. Or'
S. S. F. A. Kill;::
par esse Bar. Snraka aad Sea Ptairr- .
... ..Ulna from PortUad, tbr'1r. A
Btat sslUsg hvm See Prasemee. Tknr., A
P. L. OBSIJIOUOM, Aee.
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