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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTL AND, . SUNDAY. 'MORNING. NOVEMBER 85. 1803.
New Schedule Adopted by Street
. Car Company Goes Into
' ' Effect Tomorrow.. -
CROSS-TOWN SERVICE ;'
.IS ONE IMPROVEMENT
Twelve New Care Promised Within
.UNezt Three' Months to Accommo
date Rapidly Increasing- Traffic
. Other Changes of Schedule..' .
. - A new schedule adopted br the,, Port-'
; land Railway, IJght. ft Power company
. will send Morrison street care to Mount
' Tabor and Sunnyslde Instead of north
on Third etreet to trie union station, and
la expected to Improve the service for
the euburba, eltmlnatlngy eongeatlon of
sireei care or all lines on-Third, and
' give a, erosa.towa car service from east
10 west Portland that will accommo-
.. data' many people. ... "
- The achedulo will vary' aa to tba fre
" quency of cars at different tlmea of tba
aay. Manager F. I. Fuller aald:
- "Early In the morning the tripper
service aaaea to the regular care will
make a flve-mlnute achedula between
the Junction at St. Vlneent'e hospital
, and Sunnyelde. : Every alternate car
" will run to the fair around. After the
; morning rush' la over the cara will run
every IS minutes until 1 o'clock re.
; and' from thar hour to o'clock p m.
. mere wui e a rtve-mlnute service.
"Extraa In the evening will be. ran
, aa uaual on the Sunn-Snide line. . The
' Morriaon street cars will be taken off
,. Third atreet for the reaaon that the
., cara of nearly every otber. Una in Ui
city operate over that atreet. The Mor-
risen street bridge has been watched
for aonia tlma and it ha a bean decided
that thla bridge offers leaa Interruption
to care than any other bridge la the
city, becauee the cara are not delayed
'there by teams.- The Washing-ton and
: Morriaon atreet lleea wlll transfer at
.Fifth atreet for the union Button. On
.Fifth atreet between the city ball .'and
: the union atatlon thers 4a a tbrae and
one-half minute service.' ; ....",'-',
T-" Itemises Beaumts.-"'--:'
' - Manager Fuller aald further that the
change had been made with a view to
benefiting the entire service.' and that
. It la the Intention of the company to
add Inatead of detract from the present
. aarvlca. No. relief bar. bean given the
crowded condition of morning and even
ing cara on the Sell wood Una. for the
. reaaon thai every standard gauge car la
' In aervice. glx new 4S-foot cara for the
O. W. P. Ilnee will be out of the ahope
lata In February. Three new narrow
gauge rare came out of the. Washington
ehona thla week.-three mare will bo fin
ished before Christmas, and : three - In
' Kebrusrv. '. .
The change of achedulo on Morriaon
" atreet will not affect the Montgomery
street cara On December 1 the Broad'
aiwax- carSL will change,.to run over. the
Rurnaide atreet bridge Inatead of the
; nleel bridge.; ; ;.. ". -,
T FURIOUS RIOT FOLLOWS" '
ARREST OF CABMEN
1 RpoMal Ptopetce. by Leased Wife te Tbe Jearaal)
. . New Tork, Nov.- J4. It seemed to
l night at Twenty-elghth atreet ani
Bnniltn that some 100-men were try-
Ulng to kill the entire police department
i In a furiouatrlot which followed the ar
' rest of two men In front ff the Everard
- ' Bathe. . . ' ..'.i-'-r,' .
i - Policemen rushed In from every dl-
Taction and ' aoon there seemed to be
. as many policeman aa rtotera. When
the -crowd were finished with Bums
, and Howe tbe roundamen looked like
scarecrows In their tattered clothes, end
' . when the policemen finished with tha
crowd It looked aa if It bad ; been
: ' through a machine. , .." . .
! BABY WITH TWO HEADS - ;
IN OLD NORTH STATE
(Special Dtepatcn by Imk4 Wire to Tbe Journal)
Norfolk. Va, Nov. tt.A baby with
two heads waa born to Mr. and Mrs.
William O. Davie, a prominent family
of Wautauga county. North Carolina,
near the town of Kdenlon. This strange
'freak, of nature came into the world
'several daya ago. but the facta have
just become known. The, child ..lived
only IS mlnutea ,
. The two heads were perfectly formed
and each gasped for breath, struggling
alike to live. The Strange freak weighed
'six and one half pounds. - Doctors of
fered the father and mother a large cum
of money for the child after it died. ; It
SOMETHING DOING 1
WHEN JEFF IS SEATED
(Sparta! Dlapatrb t Lesssd Wire te The Jneraal)
; Brookhave, Miss., Nov.- 44 "There
will be something doing In tha old town
of Waahlngton when I get to tha Unud
Statea senate," declared Governor Jeff
; Davla, of Arkansas, who addreaeed S
big audience of farmers her thla after
noon. "What la needed in that old bona
"What ie needed in that old bone I
continued Governor IavtalalsnaV
-ptd-faehlmied row and arURaHng up of
r tfw-feealla.-'-WttteOe-neral Lea. klnd
; spirited Bob Taylor, of : Tennesaee;
- Pitchfork Tillman, of South Carolina.
the fearlesa Vardatnan. of Mlaalaalppl,
' and myaelf, there wiU be a flrat-claas
sensation.' ' - ' : ; .-.' I '.--..: .
' OR, a B. WRJOHT
1 A -
Students Will Make Fun
. Fundu to Advance Good
. - Causes. .
tSaecUl DUpatcb te Tbe Jeeraal.) ,
.' Salem, Or., Nov. . J 4 The midwinter
carnival - Is the ..latest Innovation
launched by the studente of Willamette
university at a . recent meeting of the
student body. Wallace O. Trill of the
law acheol will act aa manager of tbe
enterprise. Mr. Trill la alaov a candl
date for. the recorderahlp of the city of
Salem at the coming election. He la
decidedly popular with the atudenta and
baa beeorchoaen aa director of tbla big
student enterprise - on account of hie
business and managerial ability. Sel
dom has the entire atudent body rallied
to the eupport of an enterprise aa they
do for .thla carnival, whiqh la the first
one ever attempted at the old Metnooiei
IT. There will be all aorta of booths,
clroua tricka, athletic performances,
vaudeville - stunts, underground pass
ages leading to labyrinths and of now
feata. galore, modeled after, thoee seen
on the Trail and the Plka.
. ""Ahead of tha warpath at -tha Jamea
own eposltlon.' is the watchword. ..
Tba big ahow la to be something like
the Klk ekldoo that was given here by
the local . antlere laat July.. Commit
tees will - be appointed this week and
active preparatlone will be made for the
Tha "coeda." too, are taking active
tntereat in the venture and will work
In the decoration features of the show.
The ladlef glea club will sing. '
Roy Heater, the pnyalcal director,
will perform, and all aorta of attrac
tions will be put on the boards.
The affair will continue for several
days, on account of the expenses that
will be connected with the prepara
tions. ' The purpose or the tfcamlval la
to ralae money to defray the expenaea
of tbe atudent body and to remove all
def Iclta from, the treasury. It te aleo
hoped - that sufficient money ' will be
raised to Justify tbe putting out of the
Wallulah, the biennial atudent publica
tion, which was published for the riret
time in 1901. ', .
OELRICHS WILL CASE
(Special Dlapatck kr tsaaeS Wire ts Tbe Jeeraal)
New York. Nov. J4. A petition was
filed In the aurrogate'a . court by
Charles Oelricha,. brother of the late
Hermann. Oelricha, aaklng the accept
ance of a eompromlae with tha widow
of the deceased aa to the terme of the
will. ' Decision will be given on Thurs
day In which the request will undoubt
edly be granted, thus ending the liti
gation Over the estate. -TJTirtertn
gets 100 bonds of tha Southern Paolflo
railroad, valued at 11.000 each, and her
eon, Hermann . Oelricha, Jr., geta the
shooting ranch known ss the Cygnua,
valued at 160,000. .Furthermore. Mrs.
William K. Vanderbllt releases all
clalme to the aetata. Thaaa clalma ehe
waa enabled to put forth through her
righte In tbe eatate of her father.
Senator Fatr- The fight centered large
ly- rir deciding-" whether HermannOeK
richa had been a resident pt tnia atate
or California, hia brother claiming the
former nd the widow making tha lat
ter eaeertton. "" . ,..
S. H. ELLIOTT WINNER '
IN AUTOMOBILE RACE
(Special niapatch b Leased Wtre to Tbe Journal)
New Tork, NOV. A ew lornr
won the feature even at : uie r-oini
Breese auto races this afternoon. This
waa S. H. Elliott, whose au-borsepower
eer finished first In the BO-mlle race. It
was In thla race that there came very
near being another fatal accident.- The
racers were lust swinging, into tne
stretch at the end of the sixth mile when
the 0,horsepower car onven oy rnn
Kirk left the track and plunged through
the fence and Into the ditdh. The fence
wae lined with spectators, who were al
most mowed down as the big car came
whirling into their midst. As luck would
have It. the car wae stopped end the Uvea
of many - were aaved thereby. Both
Kirk and bis machinist. Eddy Barrett,
were hurled from the car and badly
brulaed. . '. " . ... . . . .
With Kirk thua put out of the race for
the tO-mlla cup. the fight for the firet
prise aettled down to a duel between
Elliott and H. V. Johanneeen, who was
hurt - yesterday... .
HUNDREDS OF TEACHERS
BOUND FOR PENDLETON
(Special Dianatefe te The Journal.)
Pendleton. Or., Nor. 24. About 300
teachers will be In Pendleton Monday
to attend the annual convention of the
Eastern Division- State Teaclfra' asso
ciation, of which County Superintend
ent Frank K. Welles Is president. Most
of the attendance will be from Union.
Baker and Umatilla coiintlea. Dr. A.
H Wlnahlp Of Boston will be the prin
cipal lecturer. Other, speakers of note
U ha j. h. Acurman, state superin
tendent, end W. O. Hart raft of San
Francisco, An excellent program baa
been arranged. : . ;.
,1 . i 1 a ' ' ii .
Oar Shortage Bute Sheepmen. .
(Special Dispatch to tbe Jonrnal.)
Baker City. Or.. Nov. 14. The O. R. I
X. car fainlne la having Its effect' OH
Baker City. Or.. Nov. 14. The O.
Baker county stock shipments. As a
result of the lack of cara, B. F. Baun-
dere. the big Utah sheep king, wes
forced to feed 10,000 head of Baker
county sheep st this place while he
waited for the care which were prom
ised him weeks age .. .
Does the Frosty Air
Make- Your -Teeth- Ache 2
Arc There Any Cavities
That Need Filling? ,
In fact thla Is the season that your teeth' need examination, before winter
seta In. Call and sea ue. Examination la free. The moat skillful and pain
less work. No delay. Promptness a ad satisfaction guaranteed. We eupply
the highest grade of skill, basked by the moot modera appliances. The prac
tice of dentistry is an exact science at thle office.
OFFICIO HOURS:! A. M. to i P. M.; T:IS to :0 P. t; Sundays, f to t. '
, PHONE MAIN 11. (ELEVB N TEARS IN PORTUaND.)
. ' 0OOD ear or mn otr ttbb run as. ''
: nit sst or nni p Buun rtvaTa ss. ,' . .
4 .. -.'. ' ' '"eai
Bit. B. E. 17RIG0T,
seat WAssmroo araaaT.
S a. m. la S a. au, t :SS e I at a.
GC:X CELO TO .riS-VER
Placed Under Bond on Accusa
r tlons of Embezzlement ,
V ; and Forgery. '
. ' . (Spaclal DiaMtch to Tma Journal.)
The Dallea, Or, Nor. U. 8. L. Cook,
formerly "superintendent of the State's
portage road at Celllo, waa held to tha
circuit ' court thla afternoon . by ' , J.
Douthlt,' Justice of the peace, in the
sum of 1760, on the charge of forgery,
and in the aame amount on the charge of
embeszlement. Only four witnesses testi
fied for the atate and none waa called
for., the' defense. District ; -Attorney
Menefee conducted the prosecution and
A. H. Bennett .appeared .for the de
fendant ' -
Cook gave bail and will be at liberty
until circuit court oonvenee in February.
He does not appear worried over the
chargea that confront ' him and ' ap
parently vlewa the matter with indif
ference. .(' " ' V' ' ;''..
SEATTLE BAR PURGING ;
: ITSELF OF RASCALS
Snlai Dlaaateti te Tbe Jocrasl.) '''
Seattle, Nov. 24 Members of the
Seattle Bar association hava determined
to purify tba bar of King county, and
this morning brought up the oaaea of
three attorneye who were cited to ap
pear before Superior Judge Frater and
show causa why they ahould not be dla
barred from the practice of their pro
fession and have their licenses, aa attor
neye taken away. :'
Attorneye Forrest and Ferree have
both pleaded guilty to felonies. The
statutes provide that an attorney con
victed of felony or misdemeanor involv
ing moral turpitude shall be disbarred.
Paul Dormltser more than a year ago
waa eummoned to appear and defend
disbarment proceed Inge. Disbarment
proceedings against Dormltser have not
been pressed. Judge Frater; however,
will eat a certain day upon which dis
barment proceedlnge against Dormltser
will be heard.
H. U Forreat laat week pleaded guilty
to having attempted to commit a crimi
nal aaaault and was sentenced to five
years in the penitentiary. -
R. E. Ferree, in March. 1105, before
Superior Judge Griffin, pleaded guilty
to having obtained 'money under false
nretensea and . was sentenced to serve
six montha in the oounty,..Jall. After
he had been Imprisoned a few weeks
his sentence wee commuted by Gov
Paul Dormltser waa accused of ob
taining money in a oaaa as an attorney
when In fact he was not connected with
the litigation. Since the commencement
of the disbarment proceedlnge Dormlt
ser has left1 Seattle and gone to Alaska.
. TO RUSSIAN DOUMA
(Special IMapateb by teased Wire te The Journal)
New Tork.Nov. M. Tba surprising
news comes here from Russia that Pro
fessor Isaac A. Hurwltg. the noted rlter
and arhnlnr. leader of the Ruestan-Jew-
lh Intellectuals of the United State erTowtng-to havrng aboard a lieavyeargo,
many years, haa - been nominated ior
member of the new douma from the city
ef -Mlnak. Professor Hurwlts has oeen
living in this country for years and
has not only been to all intents and pur
poses an American, but has Deen as.
aorlated with our government as a eta.
tlstlclan in the bureau of census. This
position Mr. Hurwlts held for a number
of-yer during which Jlme he and hie
family made their home in Washington.
Mr. Hurwlts gave up ble government
position a year ago in order to go to
Ruaala and make a atudy of conditions
in his native land., and aleo. If possible.
to do some practical work in the strug
gle for the freedom or kussis. it is
generally believed that he wtH be elected
and the election will be of the greatest
significance to Russia and to Russians
everywhere. Professor Hurwlts will be
the first man of political and parlia
mentary knowledge for thla position.
BY FEDERATION MEN
(Special Dlaoatrh by Leased Wtre ta Tha Jonrnal)
Minneapolis, Minn.. ov. - ii judge
Lendie of the United States court for
the northern district of Illinois cemejn
for a scorching today In the American
Federation of Labor convention. The
executive council was . instructed . to
sand a committee to Chicago to find out
why several employment agencies that
had pleaded guilty of violating the law
had not been punished. 'The-charge
wn that the defendanta had hired sea
men st Chicago to take the placea of
strikers at San Francisco. The defend
ants pleaded guilty of violating i the
law .and Judge Landts, It wae . stated,
refused to punish- the guilty men.
FORBID DIXON'S PLAY
' TO PREVENT RACE RIOT
(Special Db patch by Less Wire te The Journal)
New York, Nov. 24. It Is altogether
probable that the production of Thomas
Dlxon'e play, "The Clansman," at the
Broadway theatre, Brooklyn, on Monday
night. wlll be forbidden toy the city
authorities, on (he ground that the
drama tends to excite race hatred and
that lawlessness and not might result
Tf TB"pi'udw.Uun were permitted. There
that . lawlessness and riot might result
are 40.000 negroes In Brooklyn, and they
have been holding meetings of-protest
against "The Clansman."
. In tbe neighborhood of the- Broadway
theatre Itself there are a couple of negrj
sections, and the people there are In a
state of excitement. : S '
sv, Sandaya, S te U rkaaa Mala IUS.
EG SEVER 11
TEUO OTII 0. A.C
Eugene Players Subjected to
Many Indignities by Corval
. lis Sympathizers.
' ' fgnaclaf Dianatcft to Tha JaaraaLl-
" Eugene. Nov. ti. As the result Of
the treatment accorded the Oregon 'var
sity today at Corvallls it is Ukoly-that
the athletle relationa will be. severed
in the future with a A. C. After tbe
game the Oregon team : waa almost
mobbed. Mud end a few blows, amid
boots, were given the - Oregon eleven
while entering tha dressing apartmenta.
The ladles from Bu gene were also hoot
ed and insulted by the O. A. C atudenta
. To make the situation worse, Corval
lls friends of Oregon eaid that laat
night tbe field was flooded to make the
awful aea of mud which exleted today.
The elrcumetances appeared suspicious,
as after three daya of dry weather great
pools of water stood on the sloping field.
FRANK HENNESSY .:'
. .GETS HIS DOG BACK
7ou're the- most contemptible cur I
ever met; Anybody who' would steal a
man'e. beat friend hie dog la too low
and despicable , to aoll your hands on.
If It wasn't for that I would give you
what yon richly deserve, a sound thrash
Frank Dennis Henneeey, elerk of the
police courti - addressed himself in the
foregoing terms to Eugene Silver, at
police headquarters laat night.
The affair was the result of Henneeey
finding hie field epanlel, which disap
peared five waake ago, in the possession,
of Silver. The police court clerk, while
on hie way to the theatre with his fam
ily and some friends,, noticed a dog on
the platform of thai Morriaon street
ear on which he waa riding, that re
sembled hie lost eanlna Upon approach
ing the. animal, the- dog - Immediately
recognised . hie master end leaped to
ward him,- ,
Upon interrogating the man who had
the dog, Hennessy ascertained that the
name of the stranger was Eugene Sliver
and he gave bis addreee aa 170 Blxth
street The oourt attache inquired
where he wae going and upon receiving
the information that Silver waa bound
to Third and Morriaon atreets ordered
him to accompany him to police head
quarters. v , silver, who stated that he was a re
cent arrival from Michigan, wae al
lowed to go, but not before Hennessy-
bad told him what he thought or him.
Silver's son Informed Hennessy later in
the evening that a man named Durkee,
employed by the Portland Ratlwaytoom
pany had aold him the dog. - -
METEOR GIVES PROOF :
OF STORM'S POWER
- Special Dti patch tn The Jeeraal.)
Seattle, Nov. 24. With ber huge iron
stanchions and beamjr twisted and dis
torted and ber between deck partitlona
more or leee damaged, the steamehlp
Meteor, of the Globe Navigation com
pany, has arrived at Everett from San
Franclaco, . Bad weather was encoun
tered all the way ' up and the vessel.
simply twisted herself out of shape.
The terrific power of tbe aeas waa evf
deneed when the batches were removed
from tha vessel. In her hold was a
cargo of concentrates, ore and cement.
Investigation of No. I and No. holds
showed thst the heavy iron beams be
tween decks were broken and bent.
Stanchions were also badly twisted and
everywhere, waa evideBca ef tha terrific
strain brought to bear, on the vessel.
WILL REPRESENT OREGON
AT HARBOR CONGRESS
Oregon will be strongly represented
at the forthcoming sessions of the
National Rivers and Harbors congress
at Washington, D. C, )eeember f and
7. The Portland chamber of commerce
has appointed Governor George K.
Chamberlain, J. N. Teal and Philip
Buchner. In addition many other dele
gates have been appointed by state and
city authorities and commercial bodies.
The total delegation now known to be
preparing to make the trip to Wash
Ington Includea the following: Is. Hofer,
Salem; Max Flelschner, Portland; Peter
Loggle, North Bend; Dr. C. R, Ray.
Md ford; John. T. Peters, Tbe Dallea;
Orvllle Dodge. Coqullle City.
PARIS HOUSE OPENS
AND POLICE RAID IT
Apparently the battle for supremacy
between thepollce and ths lesseee of the
Paris house Is on at last, undoubtedly
acting on legal advice, the managers of
the brothel last night installed six worn
en in rooms in one portion of the brothel
and as a natural sequence a posaa of
bluecoate under Sergeant Baty raided
Jhe resort. ,
In addition, to tne inmates, j. it. phii
lips,, the lessee, wae arrested. He wae
cbarged with maintaining a house of ill
fame. Five of the women Violet Ald
rlch. Ruth Rowman, Fanny Helraer, May
Wallace and May Moore were eubse
quently released on !2S eash ball each,
furnished by Phillips, after putting up
1250 for himself.
(Spwlal Dlspetck te The JasnaLI
McMlnnvllle, Or., Nov. 14. "General
Custer's Battle: the Indian a Side of It,"
was the subject of a lecture given at
the college chapel last, night by Cicero
Newell. The lecture was given for the
benefit of the college library, and the
two glee clubs furnished music.
Mr. Newell lectured to publlo school
children at 4 o'clock Friday on "Ameri
can History - From the Indian's Stand
point. He has also lectured tn a great
number of tne. public schools of the
northwest - part of Washington. Mr,
Newell .while- delivering hie lecture
dresses as a Btou ehlf. Ha speaks h4-
Sloux language fluently. -
TO LOSE LICENSES
(Sseetal tMspatea to Tie Jowrsalt
' Seattle, Nov. 14. Captain Percy Lor
mond of the steamer Dlx. which was
sunk In Seattle harbor last Sunday,
and the captalna of the four boats in
collision tn the harbor during the fog
'on he following Tuesday tha Kitsap,
M on tic el In, Manette and the ferryboat
City of Seattle will probably lose their
ltoenses aa masters, j This la assured
If some new evidence doee not appear
In the case soon. While the masters
of the boats in the collision on Tuesday
hsve not had their rases before the in
spectors, on accouht of the Dlx Investi
gation, they will he taken up as soon
as that is concluded. County. Prvew
- ' y,
Columbia Phonograph Co.
371 Washington Street, Portland, Oregon
tergee Kaaufaorarera ta the World of Bias aad Cylinder
' -. ; (Owners of the fundamental Patents)
Type Peerless .
Satire long on the
Men's Heavy Suits and Overcoats, worth $15, $20
and $25 special, $10, $12.50 and $15. Guaranteed
waterproof Shoes for men and boys, $1.50 $2.50 and
$3.50. Good variety of Blankets : and Comforters
from 75c up to $3.00, worth double the price. Big
assortment of Warm Underwear from 50c to $1.50,
extra good values. ; '? : : ! .
: JOCilN DELLAK
181-183. FIRST ST., COR. YAMHILL, AND 53-55
. NORTH THIRD, COR. DAVIS.
LOVES GOOD MUSIC
-But how few can reallpr plav the piano. If you have a Player, it
brings you in touch with all the music of the world. In order to
e better advertise the .
' We will sell s number that are slightly used"
; -S v : oiT cost r ; ' ' f ; :.
Do not forget that the CECILIAN is the onlv nerfect Plaver nn
Xthe' market.-" . " r-
350 Alder Street, Bet. Seventh
cutlng Attorney Macklntoah haa decided
to bTlng criminal action against Captain
Percy .Lormond and may Include the
ownere of the vessel if it ean be ehown
they are within the law.
The proposal to sink long grappling
hoops and attempt to tear oft the upper
works of the Dlx In order to release the
bodies of the victims, waa made today,
but It is doubtful whether any plan
except that of sinking mlnee next the
vessel and exploding them will be
sdopted. - ,
NEW SUIT AGAINST
WARNER VALLEY CO.
(Speelat Masatek ta Tea Jona.U
Salem, Or., Nov. -14. A new eult will
be brought -by the etate against' the
Warner Valley Stock company. At least
Governor Chamberlain has sent a letter
to the attorney-general in which lie
states that ha haa been asked to bring
a new suit against the company. The
state lost Its case some time ago when
It was before the supreme court. The
communication to the attorney-general
Tf lb your Judgment the facta exist
which will sustain a suit in the nsme
of the etate, I w'sh you would com
mence a eult against the said company,
as I feel that great injustice baa been
done to the interested partiea ae well
aato the state, end therefore you are
hereby authorised and directed to bring
suit tn the name of the stats against
the said company." '
PEARY-rS UNABLE TO
: LEAVE FOR NEW YORK
ISneclsl MsnateS hi leastd Wire te Tbe Joamal)
Sydney, N. 8. W Nov. J4 At the
last moment Commander Peary wae un
able to leave for New Tork today. He
will be detained until Monday. The
crew Insists that the Roosevelt la In
no condition to be brought to New To.-k
end demand that the ship be put In
drydock. There Is no dock In Sydney
large enough to accommodate ths Roose
Commander Peary today got. a diver
to examine her bottom. Captain Bart
lett has had much trouble with the
prewf and watd today- that- it enuat leave
tbe Roosevelt. Ha has sent home- for
a new crew to man tne vessel, noma
of the anchorage men hung from tho
main rigging portions of the meat
served them to ''ahow folks ashore the
kind of atuff served to ths men." Offi
cers ordered the meat rut down. .
(Special IMapatck by LeaaMl Wire to Tne Jearaalt
Washington, Nov. I. aioroccan ar-
fatrs will come to tbe fore Immediately
the senste meets In December. At tba
last session, December IX. it waa fixed
upon ae the date for taking up the Al
geclrae treaty and voting upon It"
I'nder tha International agreement en
tered Into at Algeclras the convention
must . be accepted or rejected by the
senate by December II. Congress takee
'. . ;
and Park, Portland, Oregon?"
its holiday vacation about December 10,
and thla will leave only eight days for
the treaty. The chancee for its fail
ure are decidedly In exeeea of those for
Although America's representatives
in the conference elgned the treaty
only after the inclusion of the para
graph relieving this . country of any
reaponalblllty for enforcing the agree
ment, there IS not entire unanimity of
opinion as to the advisability of yield
ing adherence to the treaty.
Adelphle, Fraternity Banquet, "'
McMlnnvllle, Or., Nov. 14. On Friday
evening tbe Adelphlo fraternity of the
college gave - a banquet to - invited
guests. Covers were laid for to. This
fraternity- has becemo-noted - not-only
for Its literary work but also for Its
excellent banqueta. Thomas JC. Ander
son acted as tosstmaster.
WILL BE PAID FOR THE PRESENT ADDRESS 07
; ' 'v.- ANYLOR.ALL OK THE FOLLOWING
M. II ALLOCK. V....;
E. W..HEWSTON... ......
C. A. FALK. .........
J. P. GIBBONS.......
E. W. GRAND . . . . . . .........
'.EMileV OSTERONG.. 426 E. Couch St,
-A, H. HANSEN. .......42isnd Hswthome Are."
F. R. HALLOCK.... 553 Morrison StT
L. DRY FUSS
R.v A. DIX...
GEVURTZ CD, SONS.
The Houseiurnishers. '
173-5 FIRST ST, PORTLAND. OZZZZ'l
By J. T. V;:::n
At 10 Each Dy
At" Salesroom, 203 First Street.
- The offaringa tor eaoh sale eomprlaa
extra, values in oak and aah dreasara,
maaslva dining-room aultee In anllgua
oak. eldaboard, eztanalon table and
chalre .en suits, full leather couch an a
easy rockers, center tables, rookers,
chairs, Davenport bad, twice-folding and
iron bads, upholstered rockers, anaUre
and settees, bedding, pillows, port lama,
laca eurtalna couchee. wardrobes, toilet
seta, eommodes, library and dining-room
effects, a line line of crockery, glass
ware, dinner seta, cooking sets, utensils.
kitchen ware, exceptional values in
body Brusaals earpete, rugs, mattings,
linoleum, steel ranges, oook and heating
atoves, gas stoves and many otber valu
able houoefurnlshlngs. - . . . y
TUESDAY'S SALE :
On the premises, 21 N. Tenth,
near Burnside street, at 10 a. m.
Elegant Furnishings of eight
room flat... .. .': .'
Having Instructions fromy the owner,
we will sell at publlo auction sale the
nearly new golden - oak wardrobe, '
twice-folding beds, dressers, eommoda.
flsa parlor rockers sad chairs, iron bade
In pretty ttntlngs, springs and mat
tresses. VELVET and AXMINSTER
CARPETS in rich colorings, large oouoh.
fine lace curtaJns. lovaly dining-room
aulte, buffet, round extension table and
chalre en aulte, HAVILAND CHINA
dinner eat, glaaawara, eutlery, etc ; por-
iiersa, ruga, cnaira, rocs era. nearly new
Guernsey cooking set, dishes, utensils,
etc.; gas range, linoleum, fine bedding,
plllowa and linen, pictures, toilet eata
and other valuable furnishings through
out the house. - v
; NOTE If you have anything to die
pose of for cash, phone Main lias. - ,
- - J. T. WILSON. Auctioneer.
K. SCHUBACH. PROPRIETOR ;
211 First St.
a ' ....
Monday, Wednesday and Friday ;
! ." '. " 2 p. m. , ":; ;
Mondav'a eale consists of onarterad
oak round extension table and bos-seat
diners en suite, Windsor folding bed. .
MAHOGANY parlor suite, mahogany
brlo-a-brao stand, rattan ehaire and ;
rockere (Imported), grand collection of
pictures, Morris rockers - and ' ehalrs. -English
breakfast table, buffet and box
aeat chalre in mtaalon oak; extra tine
xll Bruaaels ruge and carpets. Bucks
steel range, cook stoves and beaters, '.
jedroom suites, eta, eto. .
Roll-top desks,-'bookkeepera deskav"
revolving chalra, cash registers, cabinet .
Die, eta, eto, t ...
We also pay good prices (cash) foe any
thing in the Tine of furniture or house
bold goods. Phone Main ids.
? '... ..'. a U FORD, Auctioneer.
By Baker & Son '
On Tuesday first-class household
Furniture, Carpets, Steel Range,
etc These goods . will b on
view tomorrow, Monday. Sale
on Tuesday at 10 o'clock
On Friday at 10 o'clock we
shall offer for sale Furniture,
Carpets,- etc, for various con
BAKER & SOS
Auction Rooms and Of fice, S3SV-
354 Alder St Cor. Park St.
PERSONS: , - .
......... 337 Marguerite. Are.
..345 K 23d St.
. . Seventh St., Oregon City, Or,
.......807 Front St.
. y. .. ,S01 E. 26th St.
.406 Patton Are.
.529 Yamhill St.
856 Missouri Are.
269 Couch St.
506 Union Ave.
..184 Wood St
..551 Fourth St.
i ..1766 E. 15th Su
,,,63 N. Sixth St