The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, May 01, 1907, Page 12, Image 12

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. THE- OREGON DAlXY JOURNAL, PORTLAND,, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY. 1, 1807.'"
BANKS
I f nrEO fTATEB IJATTflWAT. aux Of TOKTMHD. OREOOW.
.LJ -v ..-..., Northwest Corner Third end Osk Btreets.
. ; oet a General Basking Business. PRAtT
, ButM aadJSurops, Honekong snd Manila.
vIT'lJSL'i O.-AINSWOtrm Cashier..
MfreIdt...i...w.....a. LEA BABES (Assistant
I . AW)
Assistant Cashier..
DRAFTS ISSUED Available in All Cities ftf
Collections mad on Favorable Term.
,...i....,...,,,...,.B. WV BCHMERR
Cashier. . . ; . .. . TvY1 A. HOU
A. M. WRIGHT X ' ' ; "
rrr'TAW mrvrvi A ...
W. M. LAiJD. 0. LADD. . j 1 J. W. LADD.
Trsnssct General' Banking Business SAVING BANK DEPARTMENT. . Bsvtafa book
Issued on sarin re deposit, Interest paid oa time deposits.
.ill1?
lOTAHTr RATIONAL BANK Portland, Oregon, " - . . ..
WATSON ;,.PmlMj R. t. Durham. ; . . .-. ,. ... . .mnww
B, ff, HOYT. . . ., ....... ... . .Cashier t UEORGB HOYT........Asslstaot Csshler
. '..... 8. 0. CATOHINa.i... .Second Asslstsnt Omrtil '-' 4 .
Truueta a, General Banking .Business. Drafts ud Uturi of Credit Issued Available to
' , AM Parts ot tns World. Pollution a Specialty-- ' "
RAJTKZR8' LCTIBERXEirB BARK Pot. lsd, Oregon. Corner Second and 8'rk streets,
flnnonarrl.l .w4 HhiH Dmui'IhiL Letters f Credit iMWd ATI I W bit tO AO Fsrta
- -:? of lbs world. -.--"-. v-: - -:k . - - - . - : " '
.President I K. 0. MEARS. , j..V.y,..,. ...v. . ...Crti
.First Vice-President B. D. STORET....(i,4...1,.,.Asistsnt l,ssliier.
uenersi umpwi
of the world.
P. CI. PKLTON.
FftKD H. ROTHCHILD
JOHN A. REATJN
id Vlcc-President
TBI BANK OF OALITORjnA EtbHihd 14 - Hsad Office, 8m Fradsoo, Osllfornls.
. Capital paid Hp.... 4,000.0X 8nrplns and undivided profit 10,1S3,87S
. General Banklnf and Bxrhsago Bnaioaaa Transacted: Interest on Time Deposits.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Aoconnta niay ba opened -of $10 and npward. " ,
i Portland Branch Cbamber of Commims Bnlldlng. ,
WM. R. MACRBAV......i. ...t.... -Manager t J. T. BCRTOHAELti. ..'. Aaltant Manager
FX&ST XATI0VA1 BABX-PerUaad, Orejon, Oldest National Bank on th Pacific Coast
Capital avd apnpit.m,ooo.ok. peposiTs, M.ooo,ooaoo. ,A
A.- Im ' MTLLS. ...Preel1nt I W. 0. ,i1V0R0....',........Aeilatant OaAler
I. W. MtWKIKK..... ...........
The
1
.Caahler B. F. BTEVEN9...... feerand Asalatant Caahler
TRUST COMPANIES
P OR TLA 1TB TRUST COMPART OF ORCO0V The , Oldaat fnat Oempaar ia Orafea.
RESOURCES OVER 12.000,000. General Banklnf. Two Mr cent Infenat on Check ie
conata (even handredi) on dillr balanee of $300 or oretv. Letten of credit tad exenanr
tm all parts Of the wnrld, KaTlnr amonnta. Time certlf Irate. to 4 per rent: shortfall
SDeclal eertincatea. SSO0 or ever, 2Vt to 4 per cent CaU for Book of "ILLUSTRATIONS."
v ' . Rontheast Corner Third and Oak Strret. Pbnne Prtrate Rzcbanc 72,
FEN J. i. COHEN..,...,. ...... ...,,PreaWent I M. u. rnruubi. ......
. Lifin FAOKT.
Why, Not, Join. . : - -
Income-Extension
Society?"
Tour Balary. wage, fees, comml-
alonB no matter la what rule your In
come reaches you hould not entirely
"Satisfy" you. You should he alert to
"piece it out" to extend it For that is
merely "making the mpst of Jt"
"THE INCOME EXTENSION SO
CIETY" Is purely fictitious name
for a very resl and very active class of
people In this cllyTHlU PEOPLE
WHO USE THE CLASSIFIED ADVER
TISINO COLUMNS Of ..THIS NEWS'
PAPER. . ...,,
Some f these 'Income extenders" use
the classified ads. of The Journal for
securing: better employment with high
er wages. .Some of them find thera use
ful in securing private pupils for
otherwise Idle evenings. Some secure
tenants, boarders, roomers, buyers for
the not-used things in the house.
If you will look over the classified
columns of The Journal today you will
get a. hint of the sort of people who
believe in "Income extension'? and how
they go about the; matter, J ,
CLEAR CWIIEL
E
III S MK
IK
Government Engineers WilkStart I
Important . Worlr iri a
" i : Few Weeks. .
p, m., schooner Melrose. Balled at 1
p. m., steamers Aurelia and Thomas
Wand, for San Francisco.
1 '..Ban Pedro,; April 30. Sailed, schooner
Irene, for Colombia river.
: San ' Francisco. April tO Sailed,
barkontine John Palmer, for Columbia t
river. Arrived, steamer Excelsior, from (
rortiana, .
Astoria, May I.- Condition of the bar
at a. m., . smooth; wind, northwest;
weather, cloudy. ' '
Tides at Astoria Today.., "
High Waten - , Low Water,
2:43 a.m. 1:11 p.m. , 9:17 a.m. 9:83 p.m.
9.4 feet t.S feet. 0.9 feet . 3.1 feet
Hr-i:$ '
ALONG THE WATERFRONT
: I 11.
BMreUrr I t. O. OOI.TRA...
..vW-Presldent
Aesletint Becrstary
.Beerctary
f ZOTTRTTT HATTVOS TRUST COVPASY 464 Morrison Itreex, Portland. Oresoa.
' Transaeta a General Banklna- Bnsinem. HAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Interest allowed ea
' i Tim end Sarin n Aeeonnte. Acta as Trnsfee for. Rata tee. Drafts aad Letter of Credit
v Available on All Parts of the World. :
ft F. AIUMS... ................. .President 1 U A. LEWIS rt Ttee-Presldent
A. U MILLS. ...... ....rXood VKe-IYenldent I H. U. JUHlTi
v , . ki&i. E- nijHytjt,t... ....... AMUiint eeeietary
TZTLB fiUARARTEE TRUiT C0RPARY S40 Waahinftoa ftreet.
, MORTOA0I LOANS on Portlind Real Batata at Lowest Rates,
i , i Title Insnred. Abstracts Fnrnlsheev
7. THORBCRN ROSS President I JNO. E. AITCIIISOlf .....Beeretare
GFOKDE B. HILL .Vice-President I T. Ti BURKHART Treasure
BONDS AND INVESTMENTS v
- If You Want a
NeTInterest in Life'
Become anActlveMember AT ONCf I
99 9 9 $f f 9 9f $f f
CONTRACT FOR PARGES v
The steamer Alliance) sailed for Coos .
fc... 1--. .I.M J u -.2. I
LET TO LOCAL BUILDER mining. 7"l!v'w
The North Pacific. Btsamshlo com-.
pany's steamer Geo. W.. Elder sails for!
San Pedro and way ports tonight - I
Ths Eastern & Western Lumber com
pany will toad the steam schooner Dalsg
Freeman with a cargo of lumber for
Ban Francisco.
SrnwhAAl Rlmi trill Alan
Construct at Early Dato to Be
.h- Used In Connection With Govern
She Is sow en route j
ment Improvement Work on Snake the Bay city.
uipiBin i. 4, uranam nas oeen ap
pointed captain of the government snag
boat Mathloma, and Captain George Ty-1
lee of the Mathloma has been apnolntedl
master of the survey boat Arago. The
Arago will leave on a survey trip soon.
Toe anagboat Mathloma ' will m m
the ways at Supple's boatyard In a few
days. She will resume operations on
the upper Willamette &a soon as fffljalra
have been made, - ,
ftlETHODISTS
IA
0RRIB BR0THZRB Caajnhar ef Ooameroe Bufldiag . - :
' Knniclpal, Railroad and Pnbllc Berries Corporatfoa Bonds.
DOWRTROHOPKXRB COMPARY-IstaWUhsd llM-BROKIRs. ,
8TOCE8, BONDS, GRAIN Boujnt b4 goM for Cuh an4 Oe Uarfia.
Prfeans Wires. - ; ROOM 4 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. '
Pbese Mats ST.
OvcrbecK. Starr & CiMCifktA
, , ; , GRAIN, FROTTSIOirB, COTTON. STOCKS AND BONDS. . , 5
- ' WI DO A SIRIOXLY COMKIBSION BUSINEaB. " ' "
Coatunoes Markets by Prints Wire. Qsirk Berries.. REFERENCES Ledd Ttlton, Bankers,
aad United SUtss. Nattonl Bank of Portland,
TO
MEET AT EUGENE
'
District Ministerial Association to
Be In Session Three) Days,
r Opening Today.
, rATNTLNQ AND PAPERING.
F. A. DOANB, tm Tamoin at, opposite Joov
al since wall paper, paintmf ana osoorai.
ins. Pbooe as for estimates,, Pselfle S234.
FOR rails Me work, reasonable prleea.
Bros. XemhUl, nesr .
Bbeen
Mate S0T1
TRANSFER. AND HAULING.
rns n a an k nm m. Awwittrai a . m
eomer srstb and Oek sts.j bsrtsr checked
from hotel or residence direct to destination;
passengers usrsrors aroia rasa and assay.
once 1 1 depots. Prints exchange 44.
" PAINTS, OIL AND GLASS.
F. B. BEACH' CO Tbs Floaeer Psmt Oa.
win flow glass . sad glaalng. u rim at.
rnone IBM.
a
PLUMBERS.
FOX A CO. Banitarr plnmbsrs. 3S1 Second, bet
stain and salmon, Oregon pnone Mais mil.
SAFES. , piano and farnltare SKrred.
reaay ror snipping ana ahl
gnarsnreea:
large t-story
Pbooe Mala MT.
Decked
all work
(Special Dispatch to The Journal)
Eugene, Or, May 1. The Eugene Dis-
I trtct Ministerial association of the
Methodist Episcopal church will meet
In annual convention In Humphrey Me-
mortal church In this city tonight The
rick flrenmnrl
warehouse for storars. Office 90S OalT juura xnaajr mgnt
viaen at bos.
The program la aa follows:
O. O. PICK affi M rw t,,t m-L I " . mukj a s jfc, to. lJVO-
aod Oak ats.r peons- 484. - Planoe-end -PaniV I " ni MWClses, J. H. Bkldmore; preach-
iVX!.m5ri. "ippmr; eon. mo. I lng. Dr. J. B. Coleman.
rooms. Frost aid Ssy .to. .... TT Thursday, May 89 a, m.Devotlonal
. exercises. I M. Flemin.: Benefits to
" oTLA,L ,IunJlKR.i I"RAO CO., mm be Derived from a Ministerial Assocla
lf . TraaafarrUif I tion, M. a Wire: The Place of the tie-
an iMiufi
DONNERBERO . BADEMACBEB remer4
No. 80S.'Bnms1de at
tlon, M. a Wire; The Place of the De
nominational College In 'Eoucatlon, D.
(REoon transfer CO- 184 North Biith ti - Fields f ;Chrlatlan ; Literature as an
nhAIMI Mail 01 ftO . EI V1IM.V I AIM A - a ti lj . '. '.. . .
-.-t, wmm may mvrmmt i Aia UO wnriBUan LAIC, ' 1J-- A.
REAI ESTATE.
eARRI8E. W ATKINS A CO KO ALDER ST.
Real astste. rentals, loans and fnaarsaea.
W mska a specialty of handling rentals
A and property ror reaiaents ana non-reeuMDts.
, ' .tDJiiieo itUA. rnone Main iota. ...
J. rj. OOII BER. real ectat and loans; estan-
iished iras. ii nm sc., room u.
BPHINR AS ENCT, dealers In rial estate and
rentala, 406 Btark ot Mala 4144. ..
" FOR FARMS or BVERT DB8CRIPTION,
W. W. Ef PET. Commercial eldg.
INDEPENDENT BAOOAOB'A TRANSFER Ca
"". . Dim bu Msm . vt.
POST SPECIAL DELIVERY, No. 200 Wask-
. rivH ea id una.
TYPEWRITERS.
i BEADQOARTERS for new and re befit typs-
w. -.i xMir winoow; ir torn
are going to boy -a new typewriter see as be
fore saying; we can save yoo mooey; we
Bare Darts for renalrins ill n.rhii,. .i.
. aa-oia i or ins visinie rot: we bay all kinds
f Wl-wriirna. ins typewriter Bxeoange,
-"". aaanagsr, ss ID ITS St,
ROOFING.
BLICRENSDERFER ' Typewriter Agency; sap.
, puss: repairs. Kaleum bldg.. th aad Wash.
TIN ROOriNO. guttering, repairing and genernt I WB sen Remlnrton. Smith-Premiers, Dens-
J. losil XIX Jerreraos St. r-ae. in.
Jobbing.
mores, etc.. lower Hi.n an nth
DTestlcsto. Osdsrwond Typswrltsr Co.. 68 dth.
STREET PAVING.
WARREN bonstractloa Co.. street partng. side
walks ana crossings. l L-atnoer BicDangs.
S"HB Berber Asphalt Faring Co. Of Portland.
Office 654 Worcester Mk;
SEWING MACHINES. ,
rnONB Pacific 37S4 and I personslly wfU esU
sna repair your sewing .machine; work i
; aateed. B. Bams, sdlnstsr. 441 Third t
SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS.
. FOSTER ILEI8ER SIGNS.
W bare built op the Isrgsst sign boslasss
. la the city by first-class work and keeping
n promises, unr prices a , ngnt. girts
- and Everett eta. Phono Bxcbsng SB.
OEOROI WEBER, MODERN SIGNS "Tb
AHrrerent Bfrop." BOS Fonrtb, Pacific 881L.
"SIGNS THAT ATTRACT". Port is nd Sign Oaw,
si oiars or- . roooe rearm iwa. .
"CARDS THAT CATCH THE ETB" Beat work
' la roe city. Betts. SW Deknm bldg. Msln 4048.
SAFES.
PORTLAND 8 APE CO., sole agsata far Her-
. nng-aiaii-aiamn asree sna Msns-snese steel
r Bsfs Co.'s bank safes: SO second-band fire
proof sates end bank safsa. very cheap! see
uem or
writ
42 Seventh St
DIEBOLD Msnganess and flreoroof safes: lock
oats opened; metsl flxtares: vaalt sad Jill
won: jscss. j. b Dsns, 80 u. Msln lOos.
' SHOWCASES AND FIXTUBES.
SHOWCASES of svery deserlptloai bank. tMr
.- sna store nxtaree msde to order. The Lets;
- fds-nsrsctarlng Co- Portlsnd. -
B. H. BIRD8ALL, designer: scent M. Winter
tamper o. t Hamilton bldg. Mam 4630.
STENOGRAPHERS.
WANTED Stenographic work at reasonable
. prices. Miss.. .Youngs. SOS Lbr. Ex. Mam STI.
:snBUO Mesjographer and typewriter.
Mala 1271. 814 Deknm bids.
Pbooe
TOWEL SUPPLT.
vifAH towels, DAILT Comb, brasn. soap,
per montB. Portland Lanndry Towel
-ft
apply Co, Ninth snd Conch. Phone 410.
- j y WHOLESALE JOBBERS. .
THE OR BOON CHEESE CO. tINO.) CHEE88.
; H UTTER, KOGS. etc., dslry prodnets boaght
, or handled on epmmlsaloo. 12d nftb.st.
BweUaad Wdg.urrorUand,. Or. .
M. A. ODNST A OO.. .
DJSTRIHCTOR8 OF FINE CIGARS. '
PORTLAND, ' ORKOQN. : ,
XVERDINQ A FARRELL, prodncs sod e a
t?1"10" " Front t, fortlaod,
; Or.. Phone Main lit, ,-; -. v. ,' .... .... ,
ORl-UON Ft' RNtTDRB M ANTJFAOTDRINO CO.
Maimfaciurers of foraltare or tna trade.
. PtvtUud.0-xos. -v. .,:.-..,. s:
.WADlfAMB CO., . tmlewle irro-rs. msne.
. fadnrers end eosamlsslna ua h.nr. s-,.,h
au4 Oak su. .
r(,KNll!7CH? sjtaetarlng snd spec la I orders j
I, Bsteky farsltarq factory. JOT, rroot rt.
'AM.KN LEWIS, tmtmim.in. ..a ,..
""". iront aad Uvt. ... .. f .i.TJrTw
tn,n m U Portlasdj Orecoa.
TRANSPORTATION.
"a 'ss,sjassejssJsSBas)aB
Alaska 1907
EXCURSIONS
STRIPS
0. B. Spokane, jrane 14,
BS Jnly X2, B6: Ang. ,
vjuawa, smoy J.O. .
jTOica Bormt .
B. B. Benator.. ............jtu,, j
B. B. President......... .Jhina 4
S. B. AZO.BXA BOVTB.
Bkarway, Sitka, Tnnean and way ports,
- .." , . Bailing B p. so. .
X. BL BTl Co,'s BTtuaboldt.
Cottage City, tU BttkA..
City of Seattle.... ...i
Kay 8, IS, S3
.May 6. IS, 81
AUy 8, 18, SS
' SAjf raAvczBco BotTra. '
. . BaUlnr t av xa. Ma BeatUe. -
cnty or Jruewa.... ........ ..nay 8, 80
...a........jnay io, 35
TJmatilla k, . 30
v City Cfflce, 844 Washington St,
Bristol!
Duty of the Pastor to Church Property,
N. J. Harbit: re porta from chartrea.
t p. in. Devotional exerclaea. T. L.
Jones; Is the Doctrine of the Fall Out
of .Date t, J. Lk -Stratford; The Atone
ment Theoretically and, Practically Con
sidered, W. a Reuter; Is the Baptism
of the Holy Spirit a Distinct Expe
rience, W. M. Ersklne: Is the Abllitr
to Speak with Tongues a Result of the
Baptism of the Holy Spirit in Modern
Times t, f, s. Clemo; Worldllness as a
Hindrance to Godliness. J. M. Sweenav:
LExegeslf Jjpf , Epheslans, S;14-il, W. B.
t p. m. Devotional exercises, L. B.
Akers; three addresses of 20 minutes
each: 1.' W. H. M. S., Mra Osman Royal;
S-.W. F. M. 8 Mrs. A. N. Fisher; .
"ivie unina Centennial. 8. M. Nlckle.
Friday, MayT-9 a. m. Devotional
exercises, -Joseph Sam; The Tolls and
Triumphs of Circuit Work, C Ray Mar
quam; Sermons from Bible Characters,
H. J. Van Fob sen; The Child and the
Church,A, P.1 Boyd; Character of the
Preaching f Jesus, A. F. Buche; Value
or uoctrtnal Preaching, T. H. Downs;
"Religious Fanaticism," G. L. Burbank.
J p. m. ijevotlonal exercises, J, W.
Perkins; . The Duty of a Pastor to His
Predecessor and Successor, J. L. Beatty;
Business Methods Among Preachers, J.
W. Ztmmermann; Mental Photograph of
a Successful Preacher Taken from a
Layman's Camera, J. J. Walton; The
Work of A Deaconness, Miss Eva Marie
Improvement of the upper Columbia
and Snake rivers will be commenced by
the united States engineer at ine ear
liest possible flay. A contract fqr the
construction of three large . aerricK
barges has been let to Joseph' Supple
and bids for a stern-wlieel steamer to
ply on the Snake In connection with the
work will be opened here soon, xne
steamer will tow the barges which are
to be used In lifting boulders and snags
from the river bottom. '
Funds for this much-desired work
ave been set aside by the .government
and It was decided some time ago to
have the channel made navigable from
the upper Columbia to Lewlston and
now the work Is to be taken up In ear
nest The barges are to be completed
In 90 days. They will be built at Rl
parla, whither Mr. Supple will send
big gang of ship carpenters. The stern
wheel .river steamer will also be- built
there.-' '
A great deal of work Is being done In
the several shipyards about the city.
On the ways at Supple's yard are the
new steamer J. N. Teal being built for
the Open River Transportation asso
ciation, b number of bargee) for the
Swift Packing company ' and the tug
Lottie of the Tongue Point - Lumber
company. The Lottie will be launched
tomorrow, and Saturday afternoon the
steamer J. N. Teal will make her Initial
plunge Into the Willamette.
The new . steamer Weown will be
launched this afternoon at the St
Johns shipyard. The vessel has been
constructed under the personal super
vision -or captain smith and contains
the boiler and engine of the old
steamer Regulator, which was burned
at that place January 94, 1908. She
will ba used for towing.
At the yard of the Portland Ship
building company In South Portland the
steamer Bailey Gatxert of the D. P. it
A, N. company will soon be ready for
launcung alter, having been almost
rebuilt i
Ho! For Astoria
OO OB
rastMeamerTeleraph
Daily (except Thnrsdays). Leaves Alder
street dock 7 a. m. .' .
:)VfS?;pHOWB, XAXar BBS..' "g;.:v
Columbia River Scenery
BXOT7IATOB UBB BTSAJsTXXS.
Dallr . oorvlos ' between Pnetimji j
Dalles, except . Bonder, warms Portland V
arriving .boot 5 p. m.. earrrln.
7 a. a.,
freight' aad passengers, flnlendiit un.,."
tJons for outfits snd livestock.
Dock foot of Alder at.. Pnrti.Mi .
Court st. The Dsllss. Pbooe Mala 814. Portland.
Str. Chas. R. Spencer
-., ., w sHsusgwn-street Dock.
Dally, except Sunder, to. tk
auu a j u..ito, i i au m- returnlnc
10 pvrti3 Fast time, best seWceT -N
Fbonest Main. 8184; Borne,. A, lli Be.
BOBTX FACIFTC 8TEAJCSBX CO.'S
Steamships ROANOKE ; . , ; .:
- and CE(LW.:RDER
Sail for Eureka.-fisn pvanet.
Angela direct every Tuesday st '8 p. m.
ticket .office -l -Third, near Alder.
Phcnes M. Hit - H. YOUNG. Aaent f
LUmd; Ths-Ttthe, D- It Trimble.
GREAT BRITAIN LOWERS
CANADIAN POSTAL RATES
" Kjoornal Bnedal IUi.le.A
' London, May 1. Beginning with this
date and .continuing for four years the
postage on newspapers, magazines and
traae journals between Great Britain
ana uanaaa is to be 2 cents a pound In
steaa or s cents as heretofore. This
preference shown to Canada over other
wntisn colonies is admittedly for the
purpose ,of enabling the publications
of the United Kingdom to compete on a
more equal looting with the papers and
magazines published In the United
States, which circulate extensively in
Vanuatu n me experiment proves suc
cessful it probably will be continued
neyona trie rour-year period.
SPINAL MENINGITIS
- CASE AT ROSEBURG
(Special Dlanatch to ThV J,,-..t
Roseburg, Dr.. May 1. The fir.f
i spinaj meningitis to make its ap
pearance In this city is that of Mrs.
John Roberts, who came here recently
uvui; luuiuw jars. noDerts was taken
luuoBiujr m anoui 8 o'clock veatm
morning and soon' became uncnnacinn.
At a late hour last night there was no
ciuuib w me oeiier, she still remain
lng unconscious. , . .
SONS OF, VETERANS CAMP
ORGANIZED AT EUGENE
(Special Dispatch to The JoarnaL)
t-usenv, w.( .juay l. General Mo
Kensie camp No. 81, Sons bf Veterans,
was organised In this city last nls-nt
witn as cnarter members. The officers
cnosen were-as ruuows: William Crane,
captain: W. W. Martin, first lieutenant
. J. Shirk, Second lieutenant; Rev H.
N. Mount, chaplain; Fred Q. Btickela
Aim, , ' m v . ... ,
avigMui., m. d. nuDDie, second
-rvia, Jrj t. plank And
H. A. Wheeler, -camp oounoit The
camp will be mustered In Monday njgt
PREVENT BOMBARDMENT
Ordinance Mx Prohibit Gnu Tests
In the Harbor.
It Is probable that an ordinance will
be proposed to prohibit vessels from
testing their life line flrln runs In the
harbor as a result of the Incident fi
yesterday when the crew of the steamer 1
costa Rica bombarded the city, the pro-
jecuie narrowly missing some laborers,
A government law compel shipmas
ters on passenger steamers to test the
lire line guns at least once in everv
three months and to have "the erew aro i
through the gun firing drill. Jin going
uirougn mis arm yesterday afternoon
the gun tilted a It was fired and the
missile, Instead of striking the river
bank at the old Weldler mill, went far
overhead and landed at Fifteenth - and
pettygrove streets..
The Costa Rica sailed - this mornlne-1
ror san irrancisco witn nassenrers and
freight. No action will be taken against
the officers as no one was Injured by
mo oaa snot. . -
Captain Edwards. Inspector' of hulls.
stated this morning that the law pro-j
vides that the guns roust be tested
once every quarter, but he believes the
test should be prohibited In the harbor
wcere aamage may be done.-
SEAMEN ENTERTAINED
Two Institute Give Concerts to the I
Visiting Sailors.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE
BssTolar liners Dae t Arrivs.
Colombia, from Ban Francisco., .,,.,. Mar S
AUiancs, from coos Bar... ......... ...u.v n
Nlcomedla. from Orient M. K
F. A. Kllbnrn, from Ban Fran, and way. Mar S
Roanoke, from Ban Pedro and way..,. May T
Costa Rico, from San mncleeo .......May 8
O. W. Elder, from Ban Pedro and way .May 19
Nnmantla, from orient ....May 25
Arabia from' orient... .Jons 98
Aleala, from orient J..... jniy le
Bsgular Uaer t Depart. - -
Costa Rica, for Ban Francisco,. ...... ...May 1
Ceo. W. Elder, for Baa Pedro and way.. May 1
Aramnla. to orient. a w.. . I
Colombia, for Baa Francisco May S
Alliance, for Coos Bay.... ............ .May 7
Dosnoae, ror can rearo oaa way......Msy
r. A. KlIborB. for San Fran, and wav..M.v a
loicosasais, ror orient. .May II
iSBtnaotle, ror orient Jnn- a
araoia, rroo orient... ......... ...Jane 18
aiesja, iar eriem. ........... . ...... July ST
. - vsassis ia ran, ., -Ceo,
W. Elder, Am. tr, at Matria's dock.
Noma at. Am. str.. at SmIU. .
Araxonla. Ger. str.. st O. R. A N Albtna
Irish Monarch, Br. strJnman-Ponlsea mills.
4. Msrnomr, sv ai wii. iroa Works.
lerje vikob, nor. sir., si xuinisr,
Armsa. Vr. bCT at Mersey dock.
Bsyonna, Fr. sh, at Montgomery dock No. 8,
liimsoaie, or. dkv ai oionoara nog sock.
Kirk lee, Br. str, a Oceanic dock.
Mfchelet Fr. bk., at Colombia No. 8.
Tola. Br. ah, at Elevator dork.
Alden Bease, Am. bk, at Wallace Sloogk.
Jordanblll. Br. bk, at Greenwich.
Alice McDonald, Am. sen,, at Vancotrrer.
Belenga, Russ. str., st 0. B. A N.. Albtna.
Norman Isles,-Nor.-aft, at Montgomery No. 8.
atb. un. sir., at irving aoca.
Eclipse, Am. str., at 8t Balsa.
Ztnito, Br. bk., at Astoria.
TeUaa, Ger: bk., at Colombia No. I.
Annie Lsrsen, scb., at Astoria
Bailor Boy, scb., at Astoria.
Melrose, Am. sch., at Kslama.
J, kt Griffith, Am.'bktn... at Linntoo. .
lambar Oantsr Sa Boots,
Diamond Head, Am. bk, Sss Pedro. ;
B. F. Whitney, Am. bk., MakawalL
Elwell. Am Ui, 8sn Pedro.
Lllleboone, Am. sch., Manila.
Lncllle, Am. sh., San Frandaco.
Mabel Oslo, Am. sch., 6 .Frsselae. "
Jobn Palmer, Am. bkta.,. Ban saaclsea.
Retriever, Am. bktn. Ban rrancttcs.
Blntram, Am. sb, Redoodo. -
Aorora. Am. bktn, San Fraadsce.
Colombia. Am. scb., Ssa Francisco,
James Rolph, Am. Scb,, Sao Pedro,
Jobn Bmltb, Am. bktn,-Ban Pedro, i
Mskawell,. Am. bkta., Baa Frsnetsoa,
Bsnts-Ans, Am. tr.. Baa Francisco.
MERCHANTS
SAVINGS & TRUST
';XcbMAOT:-'tr
247 WASHINGTON STRLE;T
Capital $150,000.00
This company extends to it patrons its modern and
, thorough equipment, promising courteous and liberal
treatment alike to all. .'.'.
x It maintains a Trust Department so organized and
managed as to care for all legitimate business offered
and on most reasonable terms. "
In its Savings Department it pays 3 per cent on de
posits, compounding the-interest each six months.
It issuesits Special Time Certificates on 10, 30, 60 or
80 days demand for the acebmmodation of those hav
ing funds they may require at any time. -i.
It maintains a Commercial Department for its gen-,
eral banking busfoess,,having in this department its
check accounts, collections, exchange, loans, etc' " ; ;
. : . . .' .-..:. :- .' . - . . ' .... ... , .
Your business is solicited. : r
Absconder Brought' Back.
A. R.' Wilde.' the absHMMidljiv
of the Cry.fU! Ic ft Btar&rm
vra brought back from Los Angeles ) a specialty of fitting Mhe eyes
Jv..,. "uut ib avwueen ox naving
embeirled' vsoo from his employers
which be Is said to have, squandered In
riotous living.. v,.r ... -. .
-. Metzger Moves.
.Metzgef ft Co., who for the past two
years have been Iiocated at in Sixth
street, have taken larger and more com
modious quarters at 141 Washina-tnn
oomer Sevenths This firm carries
an extensive jewelry business and 'makes
with
Foreign sailors here In the harbor
TOoa.uui ia entertainment last night
because both the new and oM Re. men'.
'insUtutes gave concerts. The new con
cern, known .as the Portland Seamen's
Friend society, held dedicatory exercises
ai zd r tanaers street while the Sea
men's Institute gave its weekly Concert
at 100 North Front street Both were
wall miAA T ' X
xne program at the Portland Sea
men's Friend society opened with an
address by President E, Quackenbush.
He gave a brief history of the society,
which, although new at this time, ex
isted and did much good work some
years, ago. It was organized 15 years
Alvena. Am. acta.. Ban Pedro.
Emily Reed, Am. str. Baa Padre.
W. R. Home, Am. sch. Baa Pedro.
Polaris, Am. scb,, Ban Pedro. - 1
Lettltla, Am. sch., Bsa Praaclaco.
Muriel, Am. tch, Bsa Frsncisco.
i. B. Stetson, Am. str, Bsa Franetsea.
Tiverton, Am. str, San Francisco.
;"TTi. Olsen, scb.. Baa Frsncisco.
Daisy Freeman, Am. str.. Bsa Pre seises.
IAna. Am. sch. Ban Frsncisco.
fco Boat With Cement aad Oeosrsl.
Buccleach. Br sb, Hambars.
Brenn. Fr. bk. HnlL
Conway Castle, Br. bk, Antwerp, ,
Dslcnsr. Br. sh, Hsmnora-. I
Eorone. Fr. bk.. Antwern.
Oenevleva Mollsos. Fr. bk, tondosu -
uena Hervuer, rr. sb., Hamburg. : N
Laennee. Fr. ah.. Unnm.. s
Le PUIer. Fr. bk, London, i
Martha Roox, Fr. bk, Bamberg. --
Mosamblana. Br. sh.. Ne
Bamoa. Br. bk. Shields, . .
Bism, Cer. ah4 Tendoo. - -r.
Socos, Fr. sh., Newcastle. .
vlncennes, Fr. bk., Glasgow.
Merecbael Tnrrene. re, hk
Vllle da lfnlboose, Vr. hk -."'
Onethary, Fr. bk, Antwerp. .
Plerrl Lot!. Fr. bk., Antwerp. ,
Waklen Abbey, Br. sh, Antwerp.
Olenesslln. Br. sh.. latm.
Jans Onllloo, Fr. br, London.
vsrsaiues, rr. bk, Lelth,
Coal Ships Ea Roots. .
lelen,' Fr. Jk, Newcsstle, A.
ol. de Vlllebols MsreniL Pr. hk. w ... .1. .
Claverdon, Br. sh, Newcastle, A. .
St. Loom. Fr, bk Newcsatla. AT
Trams Btsamsn En Boats. -
Aeeot, Br. atr., Baenos Ayres. '
Byndford. Br. str, saa Franciace.
Urasan Mrn, Jap str, Japan,
BtMthal.i. Da .A . sTV mm
;; S. ? ' rsncucs.
Tel Ins. Nor. str.. fa, rnM
Tottenham, Br. str, Corooi, b. '01 '
para, nor.- arr., Ms rranclsod, .
i??,.,yi' ,Br .'S"' Shanghai.
Knight Temnlar. Br. atr.. nri
Benrik Ibsen, Nor. str. Boa Francisco.
The Car Track is now
laid to
Now is the time to
select your lot be
fore the price
7 advances
Seventeen Lots -Sold
Yesterday
TitleGuarantee & trusr Co.
210 IVashingtoa Street, Cor. Seeoad
11 .
Snrirv opfrr npfril
srr;.r:Sr.' s negro corporal is :
. TRIED- FOR MURDER
given it atart - i
ine concert at the institute on Front
street was also good and largely at
tenaea. 1 (
TOWED IN MOONLIGHT,
i- . reeo ii ji ' :J . . ;:.('-.''-.
German Bark TeUus Makes Quick
. Bun From Astoria.
The German hark Tellus
at Columbia dock No. 1 at o'clock this
morning, having made the tow up the
river emeu ycsieraav noon, tb nm.
llant moonlight of the early houfs this
morning made this possible. , UsuaUv
cargo ships. in to anchor over niarht hut !
me ienus pioweo ngnt along after the
sun had dipped behind the western, hills.
Captain Probn reports havlnx some
rougn weatner in rounaing Cape .Horn,
but otherwise the voyage for him Was
uneven irui. He elgbted a parUy dis
masted vessel, but could not make nut
her Identity, and also ran close to the
British bark Zlnlta, also bound for this
port, a couple -of times. The Zinita
reached Astoria a few hours after the
xeilUS. i - . '-v..
Including the cargo. " which consists
or . wnisKey, pig iron and general mar.
chandine,- la- also a grandfather's clock
rrom Hoouand. The clock Is consigned
10 wiuia.ro. a. Macrae or tnis'clty.
MARINE NOTES
glasses for Jl.eO.
They are moving today and expect
to be properly Installed and ready or
business tomorrow, - .
Hoqulam, Wash.. May lSteamer
Tamaipais, carrying a cargo of-lumber
from thlavcity, sailed "for San Francisco
yesterday, many - passengers being
Astoria. May 1. Arrived at 8:20 a. m.
steamer jr. B. Stetson, from San Fran.
clsco. Arrived down at 9 and sailed,
steamer Alliance, for Cops Bay; Ar
rived down at 10:t0 a. ' m, . sUamer
Whlttler. 1 : .. .-,. -
San Francisco, May 1, . Arrived,
Steamer F. A. KUburn, from Portland.
Sailed last night, steamer; Palsyi Free
man, for Portland. : , -s .
Astoria, April 30, Left up at iJ:3e
(Jonrnsl Bpeclal Berries.) .
Lawton, Okla, May 1. Corporal
Knowlea, a memher of the Twenty-fifth
Infantry; recently discharged from the
service by President Roosevelt, will be
placed on trial today before a general
court-martial on a charge Of attempt to
km, Captain Macklln, one of the officers
ot mo regiment. MacKiin was shot and
seriously wounded on December Ji last
' nauu. mo negro corporal was
arrested snoruy arterward, and has
since -been kept In close confinement at
' wu. xne evidence against him is
strong,,' although of a circumstantial
nature. Knowles has persistently do
clared his Innocence. y
GIVE BRYAN DOLLAR
. DINNER AT NEWARK
. MJonmal BpecUl Bsrrice.) -Newark,
N, J.. May 1 The Penni.-.
lobby of, this city has completed all
arrangements jtor' a doUar dinner to
night in honor of William J. Bryan.
The demand for tickets Indicates that
there will be a large attendance. The
dinner Is to be ' a non-partisan affair.
and Mr. Bryan will confine his remarks !
largely to ine sunjeot or initiative and
referendum, which Is one of the reforms
demanded by the lobby. -, ....
v..,,,- ias 1 . ..mlziirCL
THOMAS JEFFERSON UP
. FOR HORSE STEALING
(Special Dispatch t' The tarsal)
Echo. Or.. May 1.- -ThomaLa JW...
had a preliminary hearing before Jus.
tiee Dora last evening; on the rh
of stealing a Horse valued at $75. He
la aaid to have stolen- the horse from
George Adams, who Hied the animal in !
front of the postoffice Saturday night i
aus u vi n who invnn near juono, chOKed
to death from a rope which had
tied around Its ,necJt-iv Jeflerasn rwaa
oouna over to toe circuit court, -
Any One Desiring Ice From ' .
The City Retail Ice Co.,
Ihe Portland Artificial Ice Co.,
The Independent Coal e. Ice Co or
The. Crystal Ice fttorege Co.
. CALL MAIN 254 ' ' '
A. U. Carlock, Her.
Office. 35! SfarkSL
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If ..-r:'..V; -V'r.,
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Short Distancu Beyond Rose City Park
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Price S10A Ppp Appo
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THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANti
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