Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1907)
- in hi
. .v, -- '. it. ..... . . ... f - .TmA Sw Aft a nlAhitAi4 KIIvav A rr . vIham VtHwieve. V .. a MMli .
Tivor Bath Cabinet afford th greatest
J possible relief to suffering- humanity. ; Case
or congestion, wanejr wouoie, rnovmw"i
catarrh, oolda and other Ilia cured by It
use. A household article that should be in
-. i home. . ,.': , -ji
Heat la the moat wonderful remedy known
to civilisation for purifying- the toody and re
atoring- every organ to Its normal condition,
enabling It o perform Its proper function.
The kingdom of health la within you, , It la
for you to decide whether you - will enjoy
'W. kfl.SirSF health and vigor and live to a ripe old age,
f it ; . or Ignore nature'a law and live out half your
i i f" i ' ! fiava In a lifeless, listless, careless way.
Vapor ,'Uath Cabinets of ' Sanitary Rubber, steel and wood frames, alcohol
( -lamp, fixtures complete'...'..,r..v.y.i.v.;-i.OO up to fJlS.OO-
FOURTH FLOOR-TAKE THE ELEVATOR. f
' '. V ,Xs 's '; ' ' . s ON ,THB -FOURTH FLOOR. 1 ' .y": 'P'V f;iJ.:
Brasses, Bronzes. Coppers, both usefui and ornamental' pieces In antique patterns; fin Porcelains and Pottery,. '
including .Tmperlar Bonaparte IJmoges, Amphora, Rosane and other beautiful wares, every speolmen master
pieces of workmanship. Improve your' opportunity and visit the Gift Room. ' ' v ' ' ' '
This week, IS per cent off on all pictures In the Gift Room, We have new shipments on the way and must . '
"make roem. Beautiful Copley Prints, Etchings,' etc, artistically framed, one fourth off marked price. . . -,i
If You Wear a Truss
' Too thould consult ua- Wa. are" sole agents for "
anteed against evaporation,- Tour money bac
1 If not'saUsfled. " Fries.. ; ...fl.&0
Bkllled men and women In "charge of this im
i portant department. . .j. , .,7r s
k Persons buffering 'WfitK-ltiMons
Find relief In wearing -ono of our Protectors. Made of pliant leather.
Fits the aide of the foot; yet snieias tne sensitive ounion rrom
pressure. Worn with ease. Fitted to any foot Price. , . t . . . 50
Bnoa as Fhysletaaa ' Vse. '
I RagUtoro oorreetly and la perfectly reliable.- Every ther
! mometer tested. Prioeo..,.. f..00 f X2S, f 1.50 '
BEAKERS, FUNNELS,. TEST TUBES, " GRADUATES.
i WASTE BOTTLES. GLASS TUBING. BURETTES.
Copley Print and Etchings In Walnut frames,
natural, finish ' . .. ...... r . '. . i . '. . ', T5 ' tp. i
1 Tinted Prints of modern masterpieces In oval . (
gold frahteo'i . ..... , . ...2.00 op
Delft Prints of various Dutch; Subjocta liTi ;
dull blue frames with. Mission fjnlsh, suit-
abla for children's rooms.. ... . . . f 2.25 P '
Gibson, Gilbert and Christy Heads, Mottoes la J
. Illuminated letters; vPoet and their Houses.
Instructive for children; the ver-popular"' !
Suneounet 'Babies, and Mother Goose sub"
. Ject. Prices range from.,.15 to f 2.00
Extension book racks for Library Tables;
threo alsea.' Mission finish ' with braso '
V ' trimmed or hand-carved ends. T Tour v t "
eholca ; ...fl.OO, f 1.50, f 1.T5
Brasses, Bronzes and
j toppers :
Russian .Brasses, a large cholc of hammered
or turned pieces. . ..
. Tankards and Urns ...... 12.25 to
Quaint Tea Caddies. . . . . , 1.50 to
and else . ,........,...f2.00 to 12.00
Japanese Bronse Vases, an exquisite line for
ornamental purposes; hand carved la atook
. V I M .... .. .
designs . f I.OOl f 25.00
Imported Bronse Busts and Fancy
statuary .51.50 to f 20.00
T ' ...
and Pottery . ,
A rrttunpk of OatainWXaurtri' '-pf
. Amphora Ware, : exquisitely "molded and' dew
" orated. " Jardiniere. . '. Vases, Ornamental
:.; v pieces .....,,,,,. go.uu, f xo.uu
, :" TinMna, Potterr. In different colors and .deo-
. orations. Royal Vases and Tankard In
Rich'. Browna Egypto Vase and- Fancy ;
.A . Jar in a dull , green, or cream ovorlald,
" v symmetrical " design - In brown or blue. ,
1 ; Prices rang from..... .fl.50 to fjlO.OO
Limoges porcelain Vase, hand decorated In "
roa dealgn and gold... fd. 00 to flS.OO
Imperial Bonaparte In Urn and Tase show
graceful figure designs. fS.OO to f 30.00
Royal Bonaparte ........ .f 1.50 to f 10.00
Venetian ware, monniea in surer or
. gold .54.00 to f 15.00
Batsuma, Cloisonne, Ivory Carving, Arvat
Ware. A vast display of beautiful art place
suitable fo annlvereary, wedding or birth
day gift. - i '.,'.',
. f 4 , 1 ' 1 . ' ' ' ' ' ,'..' - '
Brasses, Bronzes and 1
; Loving Cup, variou - '
j slse . .. ,........ ....52.25 to 55.00
-Bras Lanterns, a varied assortment for den.
hall or veranda. . .-. ,
. ' Candle Shade of gan, allk and ribbon In
I different snap and floral designs, whit
- and all color ...... ,.....15) to 95,00 '
1 Candlestick, dull or bright finish, de-
irabl alse and beautiful "
hape '...........'.t.50f to fS.OO
lanaaisoTS ouu or ongni
Mad by the celebrated Silver 4 Co whose fittings have a world-wide repu
tation. Hlgh-claa workmanship mark every piece. Dealgn are new and
; iinnud ... .--. .
Tumble and Break Xoldon.80) "P
; Soap Tray asd Spong ..; y
' Holders. . . , . . . . ........... . .00 Mjl
Vaper aToldcr ...... .......SOf P
Vowel Bass ....,,.........48 n
, Towel Shelves, omo wltk i;;...f;.v; ,..,..
oifveal bar, balfnl . - . ,
fUtor . .54100 ''
WaU Shaving Klrrov ....(14.50 np
I sum mmna, snanteMO. u vum ,
: or a natural wood oil flatak
tow el they won Man tab w '
bo4 to ..............51.50 up
. fotbtx noog-un m XUBTATOB.
fin Aid to Health
The Lambert-Snyder Health Vtbratoivi
. Reatore the circulation, aid natura
, In building up diseased or wasted tls
.V us. Bring baok the glow of health
to the weak 'or feeble. Price boxed
; for shipment or delivery.,..,, f2.50
A certain our for eonstlpatlon and nervous trouble, , Set of four aent ;
' to any address. Tour money back If not satisfactory. Prle. .83.00 i
, srun FOB BOOSXBT OF AIDS XO SCBALTX. T -
52.50 t f 15.00
-- Bacteriological Stains, Microscopes, Supplies of. every kind. '
Every purchase from ' this " department packed with care - 1
for deliver or khlpmerit. fWrlt for prlcea
An Easy Wheel Chair
I a great convenience In Illness. A necessity for the cripple, or Invalid. A
good lounging chair for th porch In aummer. We have-these oom fort able
coair a low as ..,........,...,,..,............. I2n nn
wicker, reed, ' fine
grass, fiber, in many
graceful shapes. .
Price 50c to $6
Rented If desired. - '
A few Chair left from th Lewi and "Clark
Fair; rattan seats, good prlng. rubber tiros.
While they laat .k ......820 OO '
Those convenient Bedside Tables........ TfsioO
We Cany JUL
Competition. Inch. BO foot length. .......... 82.95
Columbia. 1 inch, 10 foot length,, ............1 14.25
Woodlark, inch. 60 foot length.......... .... 1 17.00
Oregon, inch length. ...................... .118.00
White Crown, iM length. ........... .....515.00
Shorthorn, Inch. 60 foot length, regular, ,
price, f 12.00! special 8 5.00
Every Hose complete with nosal ready to use.
Hos Nosslea. .t ........ .40f
Hose Couplings ...15f
Hose Bands, bras .............10)
Hos Mender ........,... .............10
Hos Banda, wir..,..,,,,,,..a.4 .05)
Lawn Sprinkler. . . .. ..... .........50
Hos Waaher. doen ............................10
. " . SPECIAL. ''.',
Hos Reel, regular,. 51.25, Special Prlo.....f 1.00
sure to gro", 8weet
Peas, Asters, Tan
sies, Any kind you
want, selling now
We Fit You With Glasses
A akllled optician In attendance. We carry th Toe
r Laaaoa. All work (oaraataed. ., .
We hav over 1,800 of variou hue. Tou should consuH
this department If you hav suffered th loss of an ere.
- " Prtvat fitting-room. Prloe noderata, a
-' v ' -';K .V;.1;- Or ALL KINDS. ' - ' . ! ''. ' '
All kind of Instrument .for th poraons who nd thMn.-,-;' ;
Convratloa Tube ................82.50 and 88.00 :
London Horns ........................ 82.00 52.50 and 83. OO t
, Wilson Ear Drams ....-. 85.00 pair " M
Properly mad and fitted are a support for weak or enlarged Joint; sprain,
weak ankle or wrist, easily dislocated Joints, lameness relieved quickly and
cured permanently. Coma In or wrlta-u your aeeda. We hav nt thou
and of our perfeoUy fitting elastic hosiery all over the United State, "
Any sis or length, w guarantee th fit and ouaUty. , -. -
AtUndant for botn' mi ,;i
, " ' PRICB LIST, ' ' .V., "
Wristlets, 75) nd....;..............-..,81.0O
Knee Cap ...S2.0O
Anklt , w t .52.OO
Carter Hos to th kno ....... ...M,. .... 83.00
Knee Hos 55.00
Thigh Hos 510.00
Send for self measurement blank.'
Monthly credit to respon
sible folk, -
W take Canadian' money
at full value. ' .
....... . .... .., J, ;'l:.' ..t:.i,.
;:' n Pree delivery to any part
of the city. 1
STORE OPEN SUNDAYS FROM 10 A. M. UNTIL 2 P. M.
, When m a hurry call Sa
chang 1110 trunk" lines,,
30 extensions, or Home,
phone A1139. Over 100 sales-'
men ready Jto fill your' order
' , t, ' i " - .
t French Bark ' Jane - " CuIIIon
! . Pounds to Pieces on Coast
, .. :. A.'
of France. '
CHARTERED TO CARRY
CEMENT TO.THIS PORT
! kept the county officer bus v.. here rn
day serving off leal paper and injuno-
uons on eacn other restraining them
urom jsnamg on Hood River Point
i f The Washington Navigation eomoinv
reoeniiy went into tb ferry business
and claim to hav bought th land in
I dispute. Th other company baa been
iianaing us passenger there for sev.
erai year and refuse to vacate. t;
I Sheriff Chrtsman of Th Dalle and
i Deputy Sheriff Sohmeltser of Hood
River wa present In connection with
Ithc'oa, which will later be carried to
line oort for adjustment.; f ;
Tb Dean comoaav has another lanA.
Ing plao which It can use on this side
of th , river, but th opposition com
pany will practically b . iut 'out of
l ouainea u zorcea to stop landing pas-
i Hupn on in jromt..
HEAVY GRAIN SHIPMENTS
Jeft Sn Francisco Last January 1 Four , Large Cargoes Will Bo Set
With -Cargo of Wheat and Ile-
eelred Orders Off Qjieenstown the
Other Day to do to Cherbourg.
i ' Afloat This Week.
Four large tramp steamers will, dear
this week for, th orient with . wheat
and flour cargoes, -Tho eomblned-car-goes',
will represent' fully half a mllUon
, . . i i uumeu vi wui ana ii wui oe tne di-
WotA wwncetved her last night of FL'?a m ,aa In tM
Mu! Iah fir th VStenM, K.,lr Tan tliill. I t me jwn.
tlon by atrandlng on Cape de la Hague, I n.inM waT, .i
v..ah. . k. a. i.ii. 1 steamer Selenga for North China and
, bound fbr. Cherbourg with, a- cargo of fw. 'Xl,; V" Lr,0U" "1ei
!Wheat from" San Francisco. She I wa
th British steamer - Klrklee and the
ehartrd,a fw day ago to bring h , 7. , i"18"- ror
nnt from London to thi.-port nd in!l fA.?!?,0U': 0utnr,JL Con,panjr'
would hav. been there to load ahortly an tmrLBv, for Chin
aaa oiatr not befallen her. ; . Xrr"'VZZ - A"!
the vessel was fixed to oom to Port
land, received th cablegram announo-
' Ing th disaster., The messag also an-
I Norman Isles.
number of large tramp steamers
ar aoout au to arrive here to load
thl port to th orient will be
heaviest on record.
ALONQ THE WATERFRONT
Bounced that the French bark General fj1' 5fntnd if nothing
d Negrler will Uk th placo of the Z,t th. Cli. m " ex
vn.M. iK' hat, h v-n, .be Pctvtht May wheat shipment from
sent to London to receive eargd as soon
as possible. She Is of about the same
Is as the Jane Qulllon,
, The Jan Oulllon was a comparative
ly new vessel.- She registered 1,717 ton
? ? TSBciseo in jan- - - Th4 itamer Allianc Captain 01on.
ttZminZQ, L. th foot Of Couch street
ill - I " ... "r,-.. .1 ey thl morning. She reached As
?i" ,!L " 1 w torla yesterday afternoon.
jrucOTU io jtnuw -wun me cvgo. jl oe i . irh German bark Arthur nin,
iSiww f0t,uarn.d!on pSetVond S
Captaju Lech vlen. and Wsforew, O. W. I d.. ... WAa here hout iv MirB M ,m
Steamer Tottenham, from Comox. ' Ar
rived down at 1I:J0 and sailed, steamer
Argyll for , San . Francisco. Arrived at
1:15 p.,, m., .schooner Polaris, from San
Pedro. 'Arrived at 4:40 p. m., ataamer
Alliance, from Coo Bay.
Liverpool. May 4. Arrived May 1.
British bark Inverness-hlr. , from
Lizard 'Bay. May 4 Passed May 8.
British bark Robert ' Duncan. from
TIDES AT ASTORIA SUNDAY.
High Water. Low Water.
1:47 a. m,.7. feet 1:11 a. m...l.4 feet
b:zt p. m...7. feet 1:48 p. m...0. feet
' "- ':h' MMprfMMMBMBNset V''-' ' "
MARINE ' INTELLIGENCE
McNear furnished the cargo, 'which con
elated Of 8.838 .centals of wheat, valued
at 11,200. and 87.31 buhW of barley,
vaiuea ,at Mxusm ,v: ?.;v' ,.i.-
f!?-.'A-:.'tDablr? wa .received ystrday af
ternoort by ,T. Si McGrath.; of this city.
rrom nis representative rig England
announcing that negotiation for ih
charter of the French bark Versailles
nav been Closed and that th vessel will
immediately proceed to LeitH,'; Scotland,
to load BOB tons of general cargo for
tms, port.. From ; Loith the. VeraalUas
will- proceed 'Jto Newoat)e-onTyn to
take oa 8.400 tons of general freight.
A goodly portion of the cargo will con
let of pig iron,
Th"re are now U cargo ship bound for
this. port from Europe, th Versailles,
General' de Negrler and General d
Bolsdeffre being the latest additions.
The 'General de Bolsdeffre 'was char
tered yesterday to load cement: at Lon-
onn ror tnie port, as announced .1st ya
DISPUTE OVER LANDING
r.lval rerry Companies, Engage, la
"Hot Scrap. , - - , , j
lf1l "flMh te'The Jnsrnity '
Mood Hiver, May 4. The Waehington
7avtuatlon company and . the Dean &
Plnreon Irry company, operating foe
tweea Hood Blvr and Whit Esimon,
day, wa her about six weeks ago and
proceeded In ballast to th Sound. She
came her with a general cargo.
Th Sunday excursion season to the
Cascade will probably not open until
th D. P. ft A. company's steamer Bai
ley Gatsert come off th way.
a stnx or tne nrmn aeiayea th
steamer Chas, R. Spencer, yesterday
morning about 20 minutes. They asked
for oxtra pay, which wa granted.
Yj J. Carney ha been appointed man
ager of Th Chas. F. Bee be Co., . thl
city, dealer' In ship chandlery and ma
rina bard war...' The company will open
a branch m Astoria. Mr. Carney man
aged, for 17 year a large concern In
Astoria carrying a ' similar Una, He
was recently elected president of th
Grocers' and Merchants' association of
the state of Oregon. Mr. Carney. will
make his residence in this - city - and
manage the business at Astoria and
Portland .from, this plaoa
San Francisco. Marl 4.--Sailed. Brit
ish steamer Strathclyda, for Portland.
Sailed at 4 p. m., steamer Roanoke, for
Portland via way ports. Sailed, Schoon
er Muftlle, for Columbia river.
'Astoria, Ma? 4.Condltlon of. th
bar at 8 p. m., smooth;, wind northwest.
it mtiea; , weamer cloudy. Arrived
flown at 4:S0 a. m Trench bark Mlche-
' Sernlar liaen Bn t Arrive.
Alltanee, from Ooo B7..,.,.,...,.u.kfif S
Nloonedla. from Orient .......... .i.. B
P. A. Kllboro, from Baa Fran, end way. May 6
noaauiir, irom did renro ana iir.M.Hr I
Costa Rlea. from fian franelm, ...Ma a
Golnmbl. from San Frnchico..........MT 18
O. W. Klder. from 8an Ptdro and way.. May 14
Nnmantla. from orient ............... .Utf ia
Arabia, from orient. ...June 28
Aleala, from orient.......... ...Jul 46
1 Secular liner to Senerl, ; ' '
Oolambia, for San Pranclaco.. ..Hay , 8
Alliance, for Cone Bar... i. Hay . 7
V. A. Kllburn. for Ban rran. and a..af T
Boanoke. for Ban-Pedro and war.a War
Coata Rica, for San Francisco.. ...... ..Mar 11
Nlfoniedla, for orient.... ........v...;. .May it
Odo. W. Elder, for Baa Padre and way. May 16
Nnmantla. for orient .l....Jdo a
Arabia, from orient....... ..Inn is
Aieaia, ror orient.., ..Jul 87
...... . . . veasais u rort
Colombia, Am. itr., at Alniworth wharf.
Araconia, Oer. etr., at Astoria. -Irlah
Monarch. Br. atr,.' at Astoria. -
J. Msrhoffer, Am. str., at Wll. I roa Works.
Terje Vlken, Nor. str- at Astoria. .
Bsronne, Fr. ahY at Montomtry dock He, g
vimsaate, nr. oa, at aaioria.
Klrklee. Br. rtr., a Oceanic deck. .
Hlrbelat, Fr. bk., Astoria.
Tom; Br. ab. at Elevator dock. ...
Alden Beeae, Am. bk., at Astoria, . . -Jordanhlll.
Br. bk., at Greenwich.
Belenga, Ross, atr., at 0. R. k HH Albtna
nornian Isles, fior, atr,
Era. Uer. atr.. at Irv
Kcllnsa . Am. str. at Bt. Helens.
Klnlta, Br, bk at Greenwich dock.
TeUua, Ber. bk., at Columbia No. 1. '
Annie Laraen, seh4 at Astoria. "
Bailor Boy, ach., at Astoria,
ktelrvae, Am. ach., at Kalama, v.
J. M. Griffith, Am. bktn.) at Lnwton.
Tottenham, Br. str., at Astoria.
Daley Freeman, in. str., at B. A W. aUHs.
Polsrla, Am. achN at Astoria.
Alliance, Am. atr., at Conch street.
Lumber Carriers Xa Boot.
Diamond Head, Am. bk.. Ban Pedro. ;
K. F. Whitney, Am. bk.. Makawall. -
El we 11. Am, ah.. Ban Pedro. - -
Llllebonn. Am. ach.. Manila. . , v
, Iuctlla, Am. ah., San Francisco. ' , ,
Mabel Gale, Am. aeb.. Ban Franelsee,
John Palmer, Am. bktn., San "ranclao.
RetrieTar, Am. bktn.. Baa Franelaoo.
, Blntram, Am. ah., Redondo. ,. , .
Anrora. Am. bktn., San Francises.
' Columbia, Am. ach., Ban Francisco. ; ' '
"James Rolph, Am. sen., Ban Pedro. ..
Jolm Smith, Am. bktn.. Ban Pedrsw '
r Mskaweli, Am. bktn., Ssn FraneiSs.
Bauta Ana, Am, str.. Ban Praiulaoav
Alenk, Am. ach., Baa Pedro. -
tmllr Bed, Am. atr.. Baa Pedro. '
' W. B, Bom. Am. ach., San Pedis, ' "
LettltU, Am. ach.. Baa Francisco, V.
; Muriel, Am, ch., Ban FrsncUco.
t. B. Stetson, Am. atr, San Franeiae.
-,i Tiwton, Am, etr. Ban Franclaeo, "
(Ws. Olaen, aclw Ban Franclaeo. ' '
VDalsr Freeman, Am: atr.. San Franelaee..
Irene. Afl' acn San Frsncleco.
Virginia. Am. -.sen., Run Francisco.
-Churchill, Ara. -ach., Ssn Francisco.
F.xeelalor, Am. errM Ssn Francisco. '
Washington, Am. barge. Ban Francisco.
... . 'En Bonte Witi Cement aat Oeaeral,
BuccUnch. Br. ab Hamburj.
Brenn, Fr. bk, Hull.
Conway Castle, Br. b, Antwerp.
! DainroBar, Br. ah, Bambarg, k,
gorope. rr. bk., Antwerp.
GeoeTlere Molloos. Fr. bk. London.
Rone KereOer,. Fr. eh., Bamburg.
Iennee, Fr. h., Swansea.
Le Filler, FT. r, Udoo. :
Martha Roux, Fr. bk, Uamborj.
Moaambique, Br, sb, Newcastle, B.
Samoa, Br. bk.; Shields. .: '
Htam, Cer, ah, London. 1 , , 'V
tiocoa, Fr. ah., Newcastle, S. U
Vlncenaee, Fr. bk., Glaasow. ' ' .'
Marechael Tnrrene, Fr. bk., Bimbere, Y'
Vllle de Mnlhoo. FT. bk,. Antwerp, " ' v
Ooethsr, Fr. bk., Antwerp. . ..
fiscal tea, fir. bt, Aatwerjs, j.
Oil FIRST STREET W HOT STAND
H, Wemms Buys Southeast President Has Decided to Take
Quarter Block on Madison, Further Action In Matter
for That Sum. I - of Blends.
Oeneral Donaparto' Action 'Will
Bob Borer ago of Their Former
Namt) and Bain Trade. ,
. The two-story brlok bufldlnt oocnpy I PDFRFMT riFnmM Ttt
Ins a SO b 100 foot lot oa th southeast rKtOtlMI. UtWlSlUN IU
cornr of Flr.t and MadUon trt. ha. : COST DEALERS MILLIONS
imw u.u iu av luvavs , jjirssvvr uj in.
wemmi for 160,000. ,
The old Detroit hotel on. the north-1
east corner of Twenty-seventh and I Wholesaler Declare) That Attorney-1
Tnurman streets naa been purchased by
tieno nains ana Ju. J. uaiy zor B,ftoo,
Thl bulldlnt wa put up Just before
th . Lewis and Clark fair opened and
cot 114,000. , i
Jdall A von Borstel report th aal of
four block on Holladay avenu and th
Mnfltf fA that Amm M T sm wt av
Trust: oomoanv for iit.flon - - 1 Wajihfnsion. May 4, Prtdent
' Lioula a. and WUllam V. Clark hav oosereit toaay aeciaea to reopen tne
purchased 11 acres on East Forty-fifth Ideoislon of Attorney-Qeneral Bonaparte,
and Fremont atreets, near Bos City that "Blended Whiskey" 1 not whiskey.
Park for 17,700. B. J. Daly and W. B. I Wlrteamread tndlamatlon of whlakev
oireeier maa u sate. blender followed th decision. .
Mr. o. t. obon and B. Charles - Th president" . determination to
Mauman, , ioca capitalists,--nev pup- grant a rehearlntt wa mad today, fol
chasedi a largo piece of Nehalem bey j lowing protest mad by th .wholesale
waterfront. r, , , , ,, I liquor dealer of Maasachusstta and Bal-
I delegation from Massachusett, headed I
. ' h William. A afllla Wtilla n...A. I
Gilmor of Baltlmor erasentei) the man I
B. . B. Bailer or Albanw la at the I of that eltv. Th nrealdent arave an at.
Y,0?t,OBr-''!?,lOra"on hoteL Mr. BaUey- chief claim tenUv hearing to th sUtements pre
ITaf Helena 1 li " ' I to ,amt la SKd b that he lost $25,-1 Ben ted to him and agreed to ask Mr.
puv oy Dotting against Governor Mead I Bonaparte to reopen th. whole matter,
when - ha ran for governor In 1904 It Hecratnrv Wliann. undate whose rlenart.
is also said that Mr. Bailey more than I ment the pure food law . 1 operating, I
mad uo for hi Mead loaies by Dlcklnsr we nresent durfna the eonfarahne tntt 1
Cudahy for aharlff of King county he aald that he happened to be present
wnen vuaany Deal van fla vanaer sev- l on other business.
eral year ago. At present Mr. Bailey Both th Massachusetts and Baltlmor
is raising une Diooaea nor at Al-1 rieonle submitted written nrntitata
bny. 1 i against th ruling a to how whlakev
aur. xx. u. Jjnsao, jars. v. A. HOMer should be labeled. The Baltimore d Ala-
ana Mrs. w. to.. KODinson ronn Dartr I ration, renresantins? RB ltnilna-. rentt.
from Bolllngham Who ar at th Ore-1 fv1ne- and whnleaaf linn
gon hotel while On a ShOOCln tour Of I menta. 'dertlarnd that mllllnna n dnltaval
Portland. would b lost in that city If th decision
Mr, and Mrs, W. F. Butcher of Baker ahnnM mtanA. Th a.v eh
uu ) i at. mis rmiana.noui, ; jur. inM a nilln wnnM Ti rn flmrin n I
i7uujnwa aawyer ofeast- article of a name it ha always born,
Walden Abbey, Br. eh., ABtwerp.
Olaneaalln, Br. ah.,' Antwerp,
. T,i,.ujni r. vm.. umiiu.
General de Bolsdeffre, Fr. bk., Londac
Osoeral de Netrtier, rr. bk., Londoa.--
a purpose which wa not clearly con
templated by th pur food law. They
added: - " 1
"We feel that th true facts must hav
been .misrepresented to you - and the
attorney-general and w venture to ex
press thahop that you will see your I
way ciear xo reconsider in matter In
Coal Hhlna Za Maa.
Beleri. Fr. eh.. Newcastle. A.
Col. de VWebois Marenii. Fr. bk,,Kewastl,X uch a way that all arguments, pro and
Claverdon. Br. ah- Neweaatla.
St. Pools, Fr. bk., Newcastle, A.
. ": Tramp Steamera Xa Koate."
Ascot,. Br. atr., Bntnoe Arres.
Byndferd, Br; atr.,' San Francisco.
Drnssa Mara, Jap str,, Japan.
African Monarch, Ur. atr4 Saa Frasdsee,
Hercules, Nor. str Uurorsn.
, Strathyre, Br. str., San Franclaeo, . w
-jauus, nor. atr nasi rranciaeo.
Bark, Nor. str.,. Saa Francisco.
Maori King, Br. atr., Shanghai." 1 "
Knlsht Templar. Br. etr orient.' "' ',
Ilenrlk Ibaen, Nor. atr., Saa Franeiaoe. J
Queen Alevaadra, Br. atr., Madras. ... ... .
Kallbta, Br, str, - San Francisco. - .
" " ' " t i i ";',
con, shall be given in th open and not I
secretly, thus affording every interest
an opportunity? to near and ' reply to
every argument aavancea." .-!..:.
The petition declares that th isnnrs
ar a anxious as anybody to give th
I public what it desire In th way of I
pur drink, but that under th present
ruling tne pudho wui need protection I
insieao oi oeing protoctM.
: Raven as Mariner's Compass.
From the London Chronic!.
Perhaps the Dane selected th raven
for their standard out of feeling of
Th association Of Marin flrmn. i:..,."-" 5"" "UU" "
Oiler and Water Tender.' which for-?Z ,L !,
i.k I - k....,.oo ..... uiu.k uavve
V.i fJ,n.h.- Drnav found him extremely useful. Th only
HPJZSEP? i t"B0.1,atl0,l' ha determining whether Und wai
"""" " wna-1 near wa to let loos a raven,
tlonal 8eamen s union, which. will tsnd i if th bird v land h i awav
to further complicat th lurlsdidtlonaJ li" 2J7a 5! .wy
--r'" aw avww waanisai nma mat aSJUar . - f iu
FOR LESS THAN
-ONE CENTAN HOUR-
OT- I OFFICES, .
5-1 mxA U ,:dnces .
Will increaseyour comfort; increase yoaf
bastoesSy and tacrcasc your capacity for
work daring warm ,weathero : ;
'Keep your store cool-and ;breciv and
your customers; will find shoppine: a
pleasure ana your puce ot business an :
inviting place in which to linger; Electric
Fans will increase your trade whether it
be in a restaurant an ice-cream: parlor, a
drygooda ; emporium or an iron foundry ,
.our wife needs an Electric Fan in r
the household as much as tou do at the
J Aat ' ' ' m a) m a " ' a r' v '
omcev uet it lor her , ,
r The cost for all this comfort is kmerc
trifle A 16-inch fan can beoperated at
a cost not to exceed one cent an hour and
a 12-inch fan can , be run FOR LESS
THAN ONE GENT AN HOUR
CALL TELEPHONE 11AL1 C088 , F03 IF03UATI0N
Portland Railway, & Power Co.
FIRST AND ALDER STREETS
' V, ,W-r: : v-;.; '.;.f..-; :