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OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 15, 1906.
oneyxaea sTa flwn Oo.s Prise WlntVow.
The Ollddan Varnlah company, makers of Jap-a-lac, offered prises to dealers all over the country who would
make the best window display. The first prise of 910 was won by the Honeytnan Hardware company of this city.
The second prise of $76 was won by a Syracuse, Now York, firm. There were hundredsand hundreds of dealers all
over the country competing for these prises, and It Is quits a feather In the cap of the window-dresser of Honey
man Hardware company to win the first prise In competition with window-dressers all oyer th country. This
window attracted a treat deal of attention from local people.
Steamsr Roanoke Will Probably
Bo Floated on High
STRANDED AT ENTRANCE
TO EUREKA HARBOR
Among Passengers Arc Many Port
land People Bound for San Fran
cisco and Los Angales, Went
Ashore to Avoid Collision.
Eureka, Oct IS. The steamer Roan
eke was floated shortly before noon to
day and has arrived hers.
According to a dispatch received by
Charles P. Doe, manager of th North
Paclflo Steamship company, the steamer
Roanoke will be floated on the high tide
today. She went on the sands at the
entrance to Eureka yesterday la trying
to avoid colliding; with the steam
schooner Scotia, and all efforts to pull
her off during the night proved futile.
The dispatch stating that she would be
floated today was received from 3. M.
Simpson, the company's agent at Eu
reka. The Roanoke left Portland last Thurs
day night with lit passengers on board,
most of them from this city bound for
Ban Franelaco and Los Angeles. They
are In no danger, since tugs have been
standing by the steamer since she went
on ready to take the people ashore
should the situation assume a more se
The Roanoke vent on the south jetty,
where the bottom is soft, and this leads
to the belief that she will be pulled off
perfectly unharmed. She went od bow
first end her stern lo free over the
channel. This will assist materially in
getting her off, as she will be able to
work her own propeller.
The report of the Roanoke going
ashore created oonslderable uneasiness
here tale morning among those having
friends on board, and the office of the
North Paclflo Steamship company was
besieged with Inquiries. Captain Dun
ham la considered one of the moot com
petent navigators on the eoaet and his
superiors are certain that he will get
the craft out In good shape.
The steam schooner Scotia went on
about 10 feet closer to shore, and it Is
believed she, too, oaa be floated on the
high tide. No attempt can be made to
get her off, however, until after the
Roanoke has been hauled Into deeper
water. The Soot la Is lumber laden. She
had started for the bar, outward bound,
but the captain finding the sea too
rough for safety, turned about, and In
coming back loomed up unexpectedly In
front of the Roanoke. Crowded for
space, both eraft went ashore.
PREPARING FOR TRIAL
California to Teat
Off the Ooaat
It la announced from San Francisco
today that the new armored cruiser
California will soon be given her en
durance trial on a course up the coast.
The run will last four hours and in that
time the big vessel will' have to cover
at least (I miles In order to be accepted
by the trial board, which will be on
board. The damage done to the ma
chinery during the first trial trip, held
last Thursday, Is being repaired aa
rapidly aa possible and it Is expected
that she will be ready for the test next
The accident that put a stop to the
last trial was the breaking of a crank
pin on the port intermediate engine.
The pin had given considerable trouble
during the standardisation runs made
aome days before but had been repaired
for the final run. After about two
hours' work It began to give trouble
again, however, and finally went to
pieces with a deafening crash.
The machinery proved, nevertheless,
that It will be able to send the cruiser
along at the required speed of II knote
or even better. The California was
built by the Union Iron works snd
would have been ready for commission
several months ago but for delays
caused by strikes and the earthquake.
ANCHOR IN THE STREAM
IBB WINDOW NO. 11 ONE OP THE SI
Tomorrow we offer choice of this season's
Cravenettes for women
values up to $18.50 for
ice ui uua scetsun s
f Largest variety of sixes and styles.
v Alterations free. Cash or Credit 1
A WORD OP EXPLANATION These Cravenettes
were not bought for a special sale. They are taken
from our regular stock and offered at. this low price
solely to induce you to come to this store tomorrow.
When we say values up to $18.50 it means you would
have to pay $11.60 today or any other time except
Tuesday, October 18.
Eastern Outfitting Co.
Washington and Tenth
Blew Arrivals Keep Away Prom Books
While Strike Is On.
The British ship Buccteuch arrived
In the harbor last night from Antofo
sjasta. Chile, in ballast under charter to
ths Portland Flouring Mills to load
wheat for Europe. She dropped anchor
in the stream and win remain, there,
until arrangements can be made to give
With the Buccleuch there are now
three wind-jammers anchored In the
lower harbor, the British ship Allerton
waiting to receive cargo and the French
bark La Tour ,d'Auvergne waiting to
discharge a cargo of cement and gen
eral merchandise brought out from
Until eome scheme is arranged where
by the cargoes can be handled most of
the vessels arriving here from foreign
ports will probably drop anchor In the
stream, as It will keep them out of the
way of regular coastwise traffic. The
big steamer Wyneric shifted down to
the Victoria dolphins to finish loading
lumber for the orient, but no effort
has so far been made to secure non
union longshoremen to take the places
of the strikers who refused to go to
work this morning.
STORM WARNINGS UP
Wind Attains Telocity of Fifty allies aa
on: Off the Baa.
term warnings were ordered dis
played at all coast ports' this morning
by District Forecaster Beala and a few
hours later reports from the various
stations showed that the blow had com
menced. The ' lookout at North Head
stfted that the wind attained a velocity
of 60 miles an hour for a while and
created a rough sea.
The storm was of a equally nature.
however, and began to moderate toward
noon. The bar waa reported very rough
ALONG THE WATERFRONT
The steamer Alliance sails for Coos
Bay tomorrow night She escaped the
storm off the oosst Saturday by a few
hours, and Captain Kelly reports a fine
voyage from Coos.
The steam schooner Northland will
be at the mills of Inman. Poulsen a Co.
this afternoon to load lumber for a re
turn cargo for San Francisco.
Ths Oriental liner Aragonla did not
get away yesterday for Japan and China
as expected owing to eome delay in get
ting a shipment of flour on board She
sailed this afternoon. The Nlcomedla Is
due to arrive in a couple of days.
The steamer Baa Mateo will be at the
mills of the Eastern Western Lumber
company tomorrow morning to load lum
ber for San Franelaco. She arrived at
Astoria this morning from Seattle.
The bark Paramlta creased In over the
bar yesterday morning, after having
been buffeted about for a couple of
days waiting for a favorable opportunity
to make port
The bureau of navigation reports ltd
sail and steam vessels of 101.741 gross
tons were built lnthe United States snd
officially numbered during the quarter
ended September to. ltot. Of theie tt
of 9.704 tons were sail and 117 of 11.004
were steam. During the corresponding
quarter of 1905 there were til vessels
of 11,510 tons, of which tl of t,77 tons
were sail and M0 of 78.760 tons were
Astoria. Oct. 11. Arrived at 10 and
left up at 10:45 a m , steamer North
land, from San Francisco. Arrived st
11:40 a. m., steamer San Mateo, from
San Francisco, Oct II. Arrived.
steamers Aurella, from Portland, and
Thomas L Wand, from Astoria. Sailed,
steamer Toeemlte, for Portland.
Astoria. Oct. 1 4. Arrived dbwn at
1 Baking Powder (
10c 6 15c
SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS
ONLY FIVE DAYS MORE
And the sale of the White Corner Stock will be over. Determined to sell every
penny's worth of these goods this week, we are slashing: prices in daring, desperate
fashion. Don't stay away a single day now. New surprises confront you each
Aot , time you come
THE GOI.DEX EAQI.E :
ChOds' Dose 9c
We have sold hundreds and hundreds
of pairs of this same hose, sad we
are lucky enough to have another
lot for this week. Fast black, worth
15e the pair Q
special only wrV
IN THE SUIT ROOM
CHILDREN'S DRESSES, made of aplendid materials, in fancy
mixtures and Scotch plaids; belted wait, with tuoked simp,
trimmed with braid and buttons; extra lapels; collars and cuffs
trimmed with braid; for children from 8 to 14. $0 QQ
, WOMEN'S SUITS
WOMEN'S SUITS, made of plain colored or fancy wool goods, in
semi-fitting styles, all sizes. Suits that should bring Q Qft
at laaat twioe thie price selling in this store at pi7ai70
A elcan sweep of all small-size Cor
sets in one day. A marvelous bar
gain that will never eome again.
All the good makes are in this lot,
bat-they are nearly all sizes 18 and
20. Take your choice 1 Oa
Tuesday at 1 JG
WHITE CORNER STOCK MUST GO
So here in the wtecond-Street Store we have made these extra reductions, and, in addition to what we mention
here, we have hundreds of articles, in lots too small to advertise, that go at any price.
WOMEN'S COATS The laat of
an immense assortment over 900
of them for sale Tuesday; nearly
all sizes, and thay are worth from
18.00 to 120.00- t J CQ
MEN'S SWEATERS All wooL
regular 43.00 values f OC
sale pries epi.a&O
BOYS' SWEATERS Cotton, reg
ular 75c ones
WOMEN'S HANDBAGS AND
worth to $1.00, st
BOYS' SUITS, for youngsters of 3
to 10 yean of age ; blouse or coat
tylea, and worth $3.50 to S8.00
Come for them (tl CA
Tuesday st pi.eW
CORSETS Of all kinda; regular
values $1.00 to $2.00; small sizes,
18 and 20 only, f
ehoiee st Vf
MEN'S WHITE SHIRTS, in aome
well-known makes; $1.50 .values,
but elightly AQt
MISSES' MUSLIN OOWN8, nice-'
ly trimmed and made of a good
quality of muslin; 9Qg
50e onea for tee7C
terns, worth lfie
Worth to 25c
3d -at. basement.
SALE OF RICH OSTRICH PLUMES ABOUT HALF
A strong, startling special for Tuesday's sailing that will fairly jam our millinery department with
women of good taate that know a real bargain on h high -class plumes. These plumes are of exceeding
richness and beauty, worth from $10.00 to $25.00 each, and those are aw prices. Elsewhere they'd be
marked at least a third mors. Now, for Tuesday, wall make a big one-day special on them, and give yon
ths greatest bargain you've ever seen on this sort of goods.
THE TWO FOLLOWING PRICES GIVE YOU AH IDEA OF THE WAY THEY'LL SELL:
The richest possible to imagine, in black or whits,
11 never have this chance 1 2 AA
, so buy one at eIO.UU
Vsry beautiful Ostrich Feathers, that ware marked
all too low at tan dollars on sale Cfi AA
Tuesday, se choose one for only ejVeVv
Silks and Dress Goods SJ-st
DANISH CLOTH, in cream, bins,
navy, black, brown ; reg- O Ag
ular 50s grade sl"Jw
BROADCLOTH, in ths new red
shades that all woman want now,
as well ss other oar- $t 1 OQ
rset colors, at, yard. ..P4'7
FANCY SILK, one huge lot of it
ailks for every
special price for
MIXED FANCY SUITING. 86
inches wide, snd s regular 60s
grade selling Tuesday 1A
for, the yard eJtV
INVISIBLE PLAIDS, gray
grounds; regular 39c O An
grade for das
BLACK TAFFETA, warranted
not to crack, 36-in. width; regu
lar $1.50 kind for, QC.
Tuesday, yard 931
Cups 6 Sauc'rs
china, 25e valni
3d -st. basement.
Domestic and Linen Bargains
Go clear through to the Second-Street Store and look at these articles.
Sss for yourself that they are bargains that you want.
FLANNELETTES, 200 pieces of
regular 12V c goods, selling Q
Tuesdsy st, ths yard, only. . .
UNBLEACHED MUSLIN, 38 in.
BLEACHED SHEETS, size 81x90
inches ; extra special, A A.
LINEN TOWELS, size 18x40 in.,
with colored borders; snperb 20c
values special 11
WHITE BED8PRBADS, regular
$1.50 grade, selling here QO
Tueeday at, each S70C
TABLE LINEN, whits satin dam-'
ask; regularly 95c the CO.
yard, for DOC
EVERY ECONOMICAL WOMAN SHOULD
TRADE IN GROCERY DEPARTMENT
In keeping with lbs announcement made aome weeks' ago by ths daily newspapers, we have installed aa up-to-date grocery department, snd ws are
rcadv to serve you in this section with' all that's good to sat, st prices thst are manifest savings over prices you pay anywhere else. Aa manager
of this good food store we hsvs secured the services of Mr. Joseph Beedle, who has had,vears of experience in the grocery buaineee, and who
will be remembered by hundreds of .our customers aa being connected with ths Msey Market. Our object will be to sell you groceries aa we do
everything else St lower prices than any competition oaa or will. All our groceries are bought fer cash, snd you 'U soon learn to count oa
The Golden Eagle grocery section for the best sorts of eatables st great savings in price.
Just as good rice as you can buy anywhere, but we
sell it for leas because the kernels Ol 11. 1
are broken; Tuesday J A
40 CENT TEAS
or black teas; very
mmi - , eeeeeM awaweW' wan-p
Assorted brands in the green
special for Tuesday only,
BUY GROCERIES HERE AT DEPARTMENT STORE PRICES
4:10 a m., schooner Virginia. Left up
at I a. m., schooners W. H Smith and
Annie Larsen. Lett up at 1:10 a. m.,
British ship Bueclsuch and ship alc
Laurin. Arrived at I a. m., bark Para
mlta. from San Francisco. Arrived at
11 :( a. m . schooner Alumna, from San
San Francisco. Oct 14. Sailed,
schooner Balboa, for Aatorla, and
ateamer Tiverton, for Aatorla Arrived,
ship Henry Vlllerd, from Astoria.
San Pedro, Oct IS. Sailed Saturday,
schooner Prosper, for Columbia river.
Redondo. Oct II. Arrives, ecbooner
W. F. Jewett. from Columbia river.
Astoria. Oct IS. Condition of the
bar at I a. m. rough; wind south;
TRADE UNIONISM IS
THEME OF DISCUSSION
"The Oood and Bad of Trsde Union
Ism" was a subject which brought forth
a good deal of spirited discussion last
night at the regular weekly meeting of
the JPeoplea forum. Among the
ere were State Senator-elect A. A. Bailey
and Colonel C. B. S. Wood.
Bailey was the first speaker, aad after
he had given a deal of sage sdvtce to
organised labor, he waa followed by
speakers from the audience, who freely
criticised his theories ss well as ad
vanced their own Ideas on the question
The dlecueelon was closed by C. t a
Wood, who attributed the whole of the
troubles of present dsy society to "fool
laws, made by foel politicians, elected
by foot people." Bailey commended the
fraternal and benevolent phases of trsde
unionism, his objections being the fa
miliar onee of "Interference with the
business of the employers" and "going
FUNERAL OF PIONEER
WOMAN IS HELD
The funeral of Mrs. Rmellne Brad
bury took place from her late restdoaos
at 471 Salmon street yesterday after
noon at 1:10 o'clock. Rev. K. U H
of the Ftret Congregational ohureh. Of
arnica she had been aa aettye member
for yeers past, officiated. A large num
ber of family friende were present at
the last rites, and the floral offerings
testifying to the eeteem of her friende
were numerous and beautiful. The old
Commercial quartet W. H Borer, Harry
Hogue. Doe J. San and W. A. Mont
gomery eang an appropriate selection.
The pallbearers were Ralph Jenklna, T.
T. train. William F. Lyons. W. 8.
Clemens. F. N. Pendleton and 1. A,
Mrs. Bradbury wss ths mother of Mrs.
a. N. Forbes aad Mrs. W. O. Buffum.
with whom she baa lived for the paet
few years. She waa Tl years of age.
aad her deetb Friday was the culmina
tion of prolonged wsabaose and nines
that had kept her confined for a year.
She waa a pioneer of Oregon, who same
here In rhe early days with her hus
band from Milwaukee, and had many
warm friends who mourn her death.
Baby won't suffer Sve minute with
croup If yon apply TV Thomas Eclec
tic Oil at once, ft acts Hke magio.
naaj rat urn noui
wfttaft will eo
ukTtbe eula StfjU
fared duriag the umavsr.
tisfasssS smjswS sssjsis SJoawn. at ctty Ticket WM
AUes teewia jtoeA Brej, iaastea ewesia, rerUaoa.
DOES NOT STOP TRIAL
Tome River. N. J., Oct. II Taw
of Dr. Brouwer far the murder
wife was resumed today. It
thought that the trial would have
Doatooaed beeasee a Juror, wit
attorney were suffering from
poisoning, bat all were able ta
NEWPORT AND YAQUINA
The dates of sale of
sloe tickets to Hew