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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 25.. 1007.
Oilier Classified Ad
verlisements will be
found on pp. 16-17.
Suburban Acreage Sacrifice
. C?nly seven miles east of th court
house on section Line roadr . ' ?
All tn prime cultivation. , The price,
however, Includes a bounteous crop on
; every square foot of It, also that of 20
acres adjoining. A lln modern resl-
; flence easily worth $1,000; good out
bouses,, livestock and farm implements.
Owner has other important business to
- attend to.--'. -'ri ';-';f---T'l,-'W-;.t.
f LAM3ERT- WinniER CO.
10T SKX1LOC2C LDQ. 404 2S. AZJ9XX.
' V blOcK. ' choice central east side
toroperty. paying revenue; 25 per cent
. quicKiy. . - .. , . . -' - , .-
iOT IBTUOCK BLDOr., 404 B. AXDEB.
I Am Forced to Sell
My C-roont house and 100120-foot lot
at 1456 Rodney ave.; come out and see
it, Woodlawn or Vancouver car; fruit,
chicken yard, barn. Phone Union 1415.
f rice $2750, Terms Chas, E. Short
, ' W. M. Killlngsworth, 228 Alberta st,
29; Caroline T. Gruninger, 24. ' -y- -
' Charley Q. Angler, S60H Alder st. 25;
i jveiue neea, ii. -.
: R. B. Rice, , Lexington, Oregon, , 22;
Laura L. Cobb, 80. - -.'
Fred W, Jones, 711 E. Burnside st.
Y V , D.1 III U IIUI.l. Y. ' I
Marcus Scovlll, Vancouver, B. C. 25f
Bessie Mar Stearns, 23.
" George Delr. Currlns
sssie uar steams, vs.
George Dely. Currlnsvllle, Oregon, S;
n niur. V. Knlrht 1
Elwood N. Lavneld. Chicago, Illinois,
Aiaoei jr. tianor, ss.
William M. Leabo, 21; Matilda Mor
JL V. Oliver, Walla. Walla, Washing
ton, 24; Mabel Moore, 21.
Arthur G. Lewis, Jacksonville, Oro-
gon, zs; Margaret to. Mainly, ao.
.- Orris E. Earhart, Black Bock, Oregon,
is; Minerva indent, zi.
Raffaele Nisi. 42: Maria Pirlcelll. J 8.
Thomas Hughes, 2(4 11th St. 27;
Alice xorg, ao.
John J. Gibbons, Hood River, Oregon,
si; Annicejvi. tt.napp. is.
George W. Chester,. 28; Lillian -431m
LEACH June . 19.
to Mr. ' and . Mra
Joseph M. ieac
T.aura sta.. a dauchter.
COX May 28. to Mr. and Mrs. Clif
ford L. Cox. 748 Grand ave., a son.
LlSCIO June 3, to Mr. and Mrs. Paolo
Llsclo, 883 Front st, a daughter.
VlAnL'UULT'fUlIP V, .V PIU
' - Frank Ciardullo, 188 Lincoln st, a
BARRATTA June 9, to Mr. and Mrs.
Lulgl Barratta, .187 Lincoln st, a
daughter. ' ""',:' ''-"
.ALBANO June 20, to Mr. and Mrs.
Lulgl Albano, 666 6th St., a son.
RICE June 20. to Mr. and Mrs. James
' Rice, 571 Hood at, a daughter.
LATTALAMACCHIA June 7, to " Mr.
and Mrs. John Lattalamacchla, Haw
thorne and east Park eta., a daughter.
McLAREN June 20. to Mr. and Mrs.
. Charles MoLaren, 108 14 Union , ave
LE FEBVRE June 22, Louise Le
Febvre, aged 6 months and 21 days,
110 W. 80th st; acute hydrocyphalls.
BETZ June 24, Bonnie Annie Bets,
aged 7 months and 24 days, 698 Van
couver ave.; capillary bronchitis.
JOHNSTON June , 24, Baby Johnston,
. aged 11 months and 1 day, 428 E.
Oak st; broncho pneumonia.
STRAUS June 22. Lena Straus, aged
18 years, months and 26 days, 144
Keacn St.: pulmonary luoercuiosis. . ..
TARRANT-r-June 82, William Tarrant
aged 75 years, Oswego; hart-failure.
, HANSEN June 23. Harry Hansen, aged
17 years, at uood Hamaruan nospitai;
BASIE June 23, John Basle, Rowena;
GREEN June 23, Alice F. Green, aged
,48 years, at walla Walla, Washlng-
V' WiT.T.fJ.Iiin' 2: Ma Wella arwl 52
" years, : 9 montna ana za aays, tta
Clay et; cerebro spinal meningitis.
SCOTT June 22, Benjamin Franklin
Scott aged 73 ears ana 1 months,
413 Dover st; paralysis. . -BEECH
ER June 1, A. N. Beecher,
' aged 88 years, at Dilley, Oregon; ab
; scess of lung.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS REGULAR
c meeting of Ivanhoe lodge No. 1, K. P.
halt 11th and 'Alder sts. Knight rank.
t KMMETT ELLER. C. C.
, ..HELP W'ANTED ALALE
1 ' bookbinders' trade; good, opening for
the right boy. Lovejoy fc Lincoln, 128
: j-lst stv; ,- ";".?--!- -
VVANTED BOY ABOUT IS TO WORK
; in men's furnishing store; good wages.
Apply 884 Washington st
' WANTED COUCH AND LOUNGE
, maker. 65 Front, cor. Davis.
WANTED TWO YOUNG MEN ABOUT1
20. 56 Front, cor. Davis.
rr . . . n 1n . .... .1 nllAil.lif,,
$3, 9 hours: free fare; 2 granite cutters,
$5, hours; horseshoert $3.60. 8 hours;
-carpenters, city, $3.60. 8 hoursrothers.
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICES,
28 N. 2d st'
250 Burnside st,
WANTED TWO COUCHMAKERS.
Oregon Furniture Mfg. Co., Macadam
ttrl KlTF.DA- FIRST-CLASS
sterer none other.need apply.
VVANTEDFIRST-CLASS SODA JDIS-
penser. Call today. Swetland. 278
?' ' Morrison.-' -': -' - ' 1'; :
Wanted a fIrst-class s6Licit-
X rs for best sub-division in iClty. H.
W. Lemcke & Co., corner 6tn ana wasn-
'ilngton. ;-": ' -
. VANTED-IRSt-CLAS t?ABlNfif
. maker; none other need apptyV Tull
: & Olhbs. - - : - - -' '' .
HELP WANTFJX FEMALE
WANTED WAITRESS IN OUR
lunch room) Call , today. Swetland,
278 Morn won, y
LUNOI WAITRESSES WANTED.
an hour, at Morris' restaurant
Washington St. , ,
.- - s '.. ,. .
HELP WANTED FEMALE
LI I'M AN, WOLFE A CO.
Llpman, Wolfe & Co. ' require sales
women for permanent positions in num
erous departments; highest' wages, ac
cording to experience and ability. Ap
ply, to superintendent, on main lioor.
RE SPONSIBLE PERSON 'TAKE
'charge 8 children daytime; no Sunday
work. Apply 482 Vancouver ave.
Wanted girl to -earn to sew
mattress ticks, .power machines.
Front, cor. Pavls.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. ,
WANTED TO BUT GOOD CANOE.
Phone Main 2321.
WANTED TEAM AND TANK WAGON
for hauling water.
Two months' job.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT,
HANDSOMELY FURNISHED CORNER
suite to man and wife or business
woman. Phone Faclfio 612. -
FURNISHED COTTAOE. I ROOMS
pantry, cellar, fruit; 112; 6c fare. B. B.
COOK, 151 Alder.
fOR RENT HOUSEKEEPING.
FOR RENT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
12.50 per week. 811 zd st.
, ilOOMS AND BOARD.
NICE FRONT ROOM FOR 2, WITH
board, private family., 181 N. 18th.
HOUSES FOR RENT FURNITURE
;; FOR SALE .'-
4 ROOMS FURNISHED FOR HOUSE'
keeping; price 1100. 311 2d st
FOR RENT FLATS.
FOR RENT FLAT. NEW. . OR
rooms; partly furnished if desired;
gas, bath, woodllft; in Irvington,' corner
of Halsey and E. 8th north. Phone East
SUIMER RESORTS '
FOR RENT AT SEASIDE, NEW FUR-
nlshed 6-room cottaae on the beach.
facing the ocean, for the season., Phone
East 8090. l-
. ORKAT SNAP.
8850 15-room roomina house on 8th
st; rent reasonable; house full every
night; call at onoe. Gunderson .ft Wil
liams. 105-8 Mohawk bldg.
GROCERY STORE; 8 LIVING ROOMii;
rent 110! eatabllshed: will sell .at in
voice or lump: price $850. Also cigar
stand; price 8275; rent $20. -v
" 834 6th St.. Near Pine.
' CAN PLACE ' YOU' IN BUSINESS
for 33,000 where you can make $1,200
per month. ' See . Dement King, zz
HALF INTEREST IN EMPLOYMENT?
business for sale, cheap, 181 H Mor
rison st - ' ' - - ' - -:- -
FOB SALE REAL ESTATE
12,100 6-ROOM MODERN 'HOME;
choice location: terms, a. u. ua en.
424 Lumber Exchange. Main t06L Au
tomat io A3051. - ............
A RARE CHANCE. .
Six lots. 60x90. near E. 87th and Haw
thorne ave: 2 corners; price 83,400; easy
terms; Just the thing for a -tarpenter
who want to ouiid nouses tor eaie.
CONKLIN BROS ...j.
1046 Hawthorne Ave. '
$2,000 A RARE"- BARGAIN, NEAR
Hawtnorne ave.; wei-Duut cottage;
large rooms, natn, touet ana waen
naain. ' lot buxiuu. lawn, iruit, roses,
cement basement Owner, 1046 Haw-
thorne ave. v - i -- - -
NEW $400 PIANO. USED 1 MONTH;
casti. or win rent zor vs.se. per
montn. Address i03. journal.
A LARGE TENT, 60x75 FEET, WITH
ail eaumments. neanv new. tor sate
for $175; can be seen at 848"Mlssissippl
ave.- Fhone woodlawn zuj.
BARTER AND EXCHANGE.
$1,600 EQUITY. FINE 10-ROOM MOD
ern house, brick basement. 2 lots; for
vacant lots, small cottage or acreage,
must be close in; property and owner,
1045 k. wasnington st. :
WELLS & PROEBSTEL, MINING EN-
ineers. metallurgists ana assayers.
CLAIRVOYANTS AND PALMISTS.
PRnFERSORWALLACE. ' -
Portland's favorite clairvoyant palmist
nd medium; readings 25o. 341 H Mor-
rison. corner Tin. '
HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW AND RE-
built typewriters oi an maxes; soe
bur window; if you are going to buy a
new typewriter - see 4is before buying",
we can save you money; we have parts
for repairing all machines; state agents
for the Visible Fox; we buy all kinds of
typewriters. The Typewriter Exchange,
Inc, E. J. Ellison, manager. 84 8d St. :
-' Afftncv SuDDlies: repairs.
bldg., th and Washington sts
WHOLESALE JOBBER3 ;
M. A. OUNST CO
DISTRIBUTORS OF FINE CIGARS.
- PORTLAND. OREGON.
fcVERDING ' & FARRELL, PRODUCE
and 'commission merchants, 140 Front
St., Portland. Or. Phone Main 179.
OREGON FURNITURE MANUFAC-
turing Co. Manufacturers of . furni
tore for the trade. Portland. Or. '
WADHAM'1 A Ca, WHOLESALE GRO-
cers, manufacturers and commission
merchants. 4th and Oak sts.
FURNITyBB MANUFACTURING AND
special ordera Ia Kuvensky's furni
tore factory, 807 Front st. -
AtLfcN & Lewis, commission ana
produce merchants, Front and Davis
sts.,, Portland, Or. '
WHOLESALE CROCKERY AND
' a-la3sware.f Prael, Hegeie & Co Port
land. Or. '
HK - OREGON CHEESE -CO. (INC)
nets -bought or handled on commission, j
128 bt& St. (Bweuanq ait.. roruuu,
Or.1 --' -;'' .' --- - -f ; . ;
tEWIS-STENGER BARBERS' SUPPLY
. Co.. Barbers' SuPDlles. Barbers' Fur
nlture. Barbers' Chairs. 10th & Morrisoa
i Ho! For Astoria
Dally (except Thursdays). Leaves Aldet
street .dock, T a. m.
FSOVS XtfAIar 865, ' -
Colambla River Scenery
msotrbAToa xxsn stxakxxs.
'.Sally esrttos bstweta Portland -aa4- Tha
Dallas, except ' Sandar, lraln( Portland at
T m, arrlTliit about . al eanrtBf
fre'rht awl . pimnrm Splendid eeeaaaoda.
tli, tor aotilta and Uvwtack.
Court sU 'las bails, fboae UaU 8le, ftrUaaa,
nrsvr s, 4, s; AtrauiT 8, c, 101 szv-
' ; - TXMBE 1L 13, 13. .v
. Chicago and return, $71.50. .
St Louis and return, $57.50. '
St Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Supe
rior, Winnipeg and Fort Arthur and re
turn, $60. , . , .
3-TlUINa DAILY 3
;5ir,vV' - neota.eac reservations
andadditional information, call on"; Wf
address It DICKSON. C P. T. A.
' 132 TKtMD ST, rOXTXAJTO, 024,
Telephones; . Main 180., Horn A-2286.
ft ft' SKtokane, Xnne 14,
: 861 J'Uly 18, S6 Ang. .
, : Qneen, July 18W .
IT0243 BOVTB. '
I. Tmtilla ....Tons 88
' S. 2L AXASXA BOVTB.
gkagwar, gatira. fnaeav and way porta.
K. 8L . OO.'s Bumbold8........Jnae 88
City of Seattle .............. ..June 88
Cottage City, vi Sitka... June 30
, MAX rilACJ8CO BOVTX. t .
::: laninf 8 ft. m. From eattle. ' '
president ,,.7ane 88
City of Pnebla. ............. ...Jane 87
Sonoma , . , .Jua 89 and July 8
; City Cffloe, 84 Waahlngtoa St, :
BOATY rACTTIO STBASCSBXr 00.1
Steamships E0AN8KE M
. and GEO. W. ELDER
Sail for Kureka, San Franclseo and Los
Angeles direct every Thursday at 8 p. m.
'i icket office 128 Third, near Alder,
Phmes M. 181 1 -H. YOUNG. Agent
la Tha Journal reach tha people la the
great Oregon country at the right time.
'Rates for Classified
; a Count six words to the Una.) . .
On eent a word each insertion.
More than two Insertions, 6 cent per
line each insertion.. By the week, $0
cents per line O days).
No advertisement taken for less than
16 centa . ' - -: "-..-'
SOCIETY WILL MEET ,
IN. ANNUAL SESSION
The annual meetln of the Ores-on
conference of the Woman's Home Mis
sionary society, which convenes In the
Historic xayior-street Methodist church,
Wednesday. June 26. Dro mi mas to be one
or interest ana enthusiasm. Numerous
delegates from abroad have - signified
their intention of belnr D re sent aa wall
as large delegations from the . city
churches. -Mra F- W. Brooke, well
known in club and social circles, is the
efficient president of this organisation.
Delegates and ministers and their wives
will ' be entertained at lunch and all
visitors served with tea or coffee. The
meeting begins at 10 a. m.
LAB0EEB KILLED BY
:.. CAVING IN OF SEWER
Michael N. Mlchelson. a laborer, aged
88 years, llvina- at Nineteenth and
Quimby streetsT was killed yesterday
arternoon at Twentietn ana - Knott
streets by the sudden cavlnv in of the
Irvington sewer, where he was working.
There were four other men with Mlch
elson at the time, but all escaped in-
Jury. His fellow laborers worked fran
tically for over an hour in the attempt
to dig the -unfortunate man out alive,'
but were unsuccessful. The coroner
took charge of the body. '
' - ' " ' ".....JL ' LI I I ' ' ' '! .. , , '...."J.. ...f J ..
Spanton's Home Proposition Is
. TERMINAL JJiv- I 00rm'
. dcpot ; ' - sr
Vv m vc5MV CAR LINK '.. - Z ' ' ' : '
I 'E.BURNSIDS ST ,r ' - llL
' KTnnd I ilTlrrH- " v SPANTOM ffp
eSPANTOrp . Ill j d H h - Tract Office- -S
"orCrW " E STARK ST BASE, LINI ROAD .',,l I I I te L
M3 i ' ' 'J ' JHT TABOR g;;
starts hcf2-y r : , S . TAKE THE GAR "WHEREER s V , 1
' ; III - - THE HEAVY" LINES SHOW ... '
ti ' s ' i
s Select a lot in Terrace Park (come to the office and we
wiil take you); " Pay $10 a month for the lot for ten months. ,
5 We will then build you any style house you like and you may
pay rent for the , house; and this rent goes on the purchase ?
price. . No other conditions no first payment down just the k
rent and you own the house paid for it. v
' WE WILL GO WITH YOU TO TERRACE PARK AFTER SIX O'CLOCK IF. YOU CAN'T GO
Sole Agent for the Municipal Railway Company
THE SPANTON COMPANY
In the Development of
EVERY L1MI M
Crew ; of Japanese Steamer
Bring Flock of Chattering
Birds iVom Mexico. .
WILL TAKE THEM HOME
, AND TEACH TO TALK
Babble of Tongue Exist on Board
Big Frciffhter BetsatfeTlie' Biftls
Squeak In Spanish While Bailor
Parley in Language of the Mikado.
When the Japanese steamer Manahu
Mara returns to Yokohama every one
of the . 86 . hands on board will : walk
ashore with a green parrot, unless some
of the birds now; occupying conspicuous
positions tn strangely shaped cages on
board the tramp should become sick and
cross the big divide before getting
across the Pacific. . The parrots , Were
purchased in Mansanillo. Mexico, where
the Manshu Maru delivered 1,025 Jap
anese laborers before coming here,
, Every one of the crew secured a- par
rot and some bought two or three for
their friends In the land of the rising
sun. The birds are of the small green
varletv ' commonly anoken or aa carra-
keeta. They speak Spanish fluently and
the more intelligent have already com
menced to pick up a word or two of
Japanese, One ' whistles an American
air taught by a Japanese who some
years ago did cooking for a family in
St Louis. Sometimes the parrakeet re
fuses to whistle and then the . little
brown man accuses him- of being "no
This Americanised sailor said that
the birds are by no means cheap in
Mexico, although plentiful there. He
said the sailors had paid rrom $i.so to
$6 apiece for the birds, so that all told
the crew of the Manshu Marue had de
posited some $300 with tne Mexicans
for the talking bunches of feathers.
The birds are a noisy lot and It would
be difficult to tell whether Spanish or
Japanese Is the official language but
for the fact that the Japanese emblem
floats from the staff.
The Manshu Maru reached the harbor
early this - morning and went to the
O. R. A N. Albina dock to load elour and
e-eneral freight-for Japan in the regular
Portland A Asiatic line. She will take
out a large cargo and the intention is
to have her get away In about 10 days.
The Jananese lADorera orougni - to
Mansanillo were carried between decks
and this morning the crew was busy
tearing out the bunks ana stairways.
According . to one of the . offcers only
one passenger died on the way to Mex
ico, although the voyage lasted fully a
month. He was buried at sea, according
to the rites of the Japanese. The voy
age from Manzaniuo to i'ortiana utstea
18 days. The finest kind Of weather
was enjoyed. -.. -w v.
. The Manshu Maru is still In com
mand of Captain Ota, who had her here
in April this . year. Captain Ota was
delighted with the weather here, say
ing that he had Just come out of a veri
table oven In Mexico, where the heat
was almost unbearable. The steamer
was in the harbor only two days, but
in that time the tar in the seams of the
deck came to a boiling heat. The crew
suffered terribly. ' 1
CEMENT ON STEAMERS
V...-- '-: -VV'- .;'(.
Finn Arrives and Strathavon la Re
r ' ) ported Coining Here,
,'' The Norwegian steamer Finn will be
at Oreenwich dock early tomorrow
morning to discharge 16,600 barrels of
cement orougni out irom juonaon lor
Kerr, Gift ord A Co. The cement is
half a cargo, since about an equal quan-
tity was discharged at San Diego.
y was discharged at Ban uiego.
It was announced this morning that
here it is- likely that several shipments
booked for California ports will be di
verted to this port instead. The build
ing boom has received a serious blow
in San Francisco because of the strikes,
and hence the demand for material is
not as great there as here: Among the
steamers mentioned as coming here soon
with at least half a cargo of cement is
the British steamer Strathavon. She is
now nearly due to arrive at San Fran
cisco from Antwerp." -
MAKES PAST TRB?
Steamer Alliance Break Her Own
Record From Coo.
The steamer Alliance, Captain Olson.
made the run from Coos bay bar to the
The Most Generous Offer Ever
the Municipal Railway Co., Offer to Build nouses-in Terrace Park on a "Kent Basis"
Columbia river bar. in 17W hours this
week. This is the best time made on
that route since the Alliance was pup
in commission, and it Is the more r
markable taking into -consideration- the
fact that she bucked a strong north
wester part of the way-
j. In coming up from Coos bay the Al
llanna ran awav from the steam Schoon
er J. It . Marhoffer, which was lso
bound for the Columbia river from San
Francisco via Coos. She stopped at
Coos to deliver a shipment of oil for
the Standard Oil company.
Tha Alliance arrived at Couch street
dock at 10:80 o'clock last night and will
sail Thursday night. Her Inward cargo
consists of mill and farm and dairy
products, as usual, and the passenger
list was fuit . -
; Bsgnlar TJaera So to Arrive,
d. W. Bolder, San Pedro and way.June 15
Costa Rica, San Francisco. June ji
Alliance, 'Coos Bay. . i ... . , . . .July 1
Roanoke, San Pedro and way.,, .July 2
Columbia, San Francisco. ..... ,4 .July 2
fi.--.K;"M,.,SanFj-Anclsco. . . .July 8
Alesia, orient. "..'.....:.V....JtiiyW
Nicomedla, orient .July 87
Numantla. orient, .August 18
Arabia, orient ....Sept 1
: Bea-nla lasers to Depart. :
AUlance, Coos Bay.,...,....,.. June 27
G. W. Elder. San Pedro and way.June 27
Arabia, orient ...,,JunslO
Costa Rica, San Francisoo....,,June SO
Rmnnlia Ran Pedro and war... .July 4
Columbia, San Francisco. ...,,i July 6
F. A. Kllburn, s. F. and wary.,,. Juiy s
Alesia, orient, . . .. ...... July 27
UlMml, nrlant ......... AUKUSt 6
Numantla. orient ...... . .... .August 28
-'- Vessel la Fort. -Tola.
Br. sh.... ,..Elvstor dock
Jordanhlll, Br. bk. ........... ...Stream
Zinlta, Br. bit.;..., .........East Pine
Tellus. Ger. bk...,......,....Knappton
Whang Ho, Chinese Jung The Oaks
Llllebonne, Am, sch...a R. A N. Albina
E. F. Whitney, Am. K .ut. wonns
Wasnucta, Am. barge. .University Mill
African Monarch, Br. ss...... ..Astoria
Chehalis, Am. bktn Knappton
nardiner Cltv. Am bktn... .Vancouver
Daisy Freeman. Am. etr. ....... Astoria
KMhome. A m. son. . ..... ... . .bl neiena
J. It Lunsman, Am. sch, ....... .Stella
Charleston, U. S. navy.,.,..,,,.narpor
Paul Jones, U. S, ,.,.,.,,. ..Harbor
ivauoia. nr. sir ............... .imiiui
etr'. Ains worth
Maori King, Br. ss. ............ .Stream
Melville uoliar.'Am. sir. ........ .ttteua
Noma City, Am. str. ......... ..Rainier
E. F. Sanders. Am. sch........ .Astoria
Monterey, - Am. sch ............. Llnnton
Defiance. Am. tug .Llnnton
Manshu Maru, jap SS.U. . ., AiDina
Alliance, .Am. str. Couch street
Finn, Nor. str.... oreenwicn
Svea, Am. str... ..12. W. Mills
Geo. W. Elder, Am. str........ Martins
Cascade, Am, str, .............. . .Goble
- - Ziamber Carriers Xn Bonta.
Mabel Gale, Am. sch.',,. .Sac Francisco
Retriever, Am. bktn.... -San Francisco
Alumna, Am. sch San Francisco
Walacot Am. barge..,,. .San Francisco
Rmith Biv. Am. str San Francisco
Khn Am. bktn .....San Francisco
Casco, Am. str. ......... .San Francisco
Melrose, Am. sch..,. ...... ...Sen Pedro
J. M. Griffith, Am. bktn. .Ban Francisco
Sailor Boy, Am. sen Ban Francisco
Alden Besse. Am. bk.....San Francisco
Alvena, Am. sch.......... ...San Pedro
f. Mar horter, Am. sir..... n grancisco
tntl. Am. schr..,....San Francisco
Thos. L. Wand, Am. str.. San-Francisco
Louisiana; Am. bk .......... Ban i-earo
sn Bonta With, Cement ana OeneraL .
Buccleuch: Br. sh ........... . Hamburg
Brenn, Fr. bk.. . ................... Hull
Conway Castle, Br. bk,,.. .....Antwerp
Dalgonar, Br. sh, Hamburg
KuroDe. Fr. bk. .,,......... ..Antwern
Genevieve Molinos, Fr.' bk,.,.. .London
Rene Kerviier, nr. sn..,...,..amourg
Laenneo, Fr. sh.....,.. ...... Swansea
Le Filler. Fr. bk ..London
Martha Roux, Fr. bk Hamburg
Mosamblque. Br. sh Newcastle. E.
Samoa. Br. bk......... Shields
Clm riAr h ................ . .London
Thiers, Fr. sh. ........ . .Newcastle, E.
Vincennes, Fr. bk ,,,,.uiasgow
Marechaei Turrene, rr. Da,,,.tiamourg
Vllle de Mulhouse, Fr. bk...... Antwerp
ouetharv. Fr. bk...,, ........ .Antwerp
Plerrl Lotl. Fr. bk............ Antwerp
Walden Abbey. Br. sh........ .Antwerp
Glenessllu, Br. sn. .......... ..Antwerp
Versailles. Fr. bk. .............. .Leith
General de Boisdeffre, Fr. bk... London
General de Negrler, Jr. bk...... London
Bayard,vJr. bk. ............... Antwerp
VUle de Dijon, Fr. bk..........Antweip
-; Coal Ship Sn Boat, i' ?
Belerl, Fr. bk. .......Newcastle, A.
Cot de Villebois MarenlLFr. bk
....................... Newcastle, A.
Claverdon, Br. sh. ...... .Newcastle, A.
WUlscott Am. bk..... ...Newcastle, A.
Port Patrick, Br. sh..... .Newcastle, A.
St Mlrren, Br. sh......... Newcastle. A,
Crlllon, Fr. bk Newcastle. A.
Ardencraig. Br. bk . . . . . , .Newcastle, A.
Mathilda, Nor. str. . . . .Newcastle. A.
Eugene Schneider. Fr. bk.. Newcastle. A.
St Louis, Fr. sh. ........ '. Newcastle, A.
i Tramp Steamer J5n Boat. ' "
Henrik Ibsen, Nor. str. ..San Francisco
Queen Alexandra, Br. str.,,, ...Madras
Gymerlc, Br. str ...Mansanllo
Thyra. Nor. at San Francisco
Finn, Nor. str......... San Diego
Strathavon, nr. str. . . . . .Ban- rancmco
ALONG THE WATERFRONT
The steamer Columbia. Captain Doran.
sailed for San Francisco this morning.
The steam schooner svea. arrivea at
Stirring "Renters" Into Buying Homes NOW!
Known in Portland The
the mills of, the- Eastern - A Western
Lumber company this, morning to load
a return cargo of lumber for San Fran
cisco. , .
The British baric Jordanhlll will sail
tomorrow morning for Callao, Peru,
with a cargo of lumber, r She has been
In the stream- for three days waiting
for a couple of sailors; Three sailors
were killed on the Jordanhlll coming
out from Europe. . They fell from one
of the yards to the deck, as a result of
the foot rope breaking. -
The steamer J. N. Teal of the Open
River Transportation company, leaves
Oak street dock at 6 o'clock tomorrow
morning for Big Eddy, where she will
connect - with - the steamer . Relief for
Umatilla. The Teal is now in regular
commission between Portland and Big
:' MARINE NOTES', '
Astoria. June 25, Arrived at 6:80 and
ft un at 10:18 a. m. Steamer George
left up at 10:15 a. m. Steamer George
W. Elder, from- San Pedro and. way
ports. Arrived at 7 and left up at 9
a, - m. Steamer Cascade,'- from ' San
Franclsoo. ; Arrived at 9:80 a. m Nor
wegian steamer Finn, from San Diego, -
J!bHffiiseoJunft,,2,5,- Arrived at
10 a. m. steamers a. Kuourn ana
Asuncion, from San, Francisco. - .
Astoria, June 24. Arrived at 12 noon
and left up at 2:20 p. m. Schooner
Monterey in tow of tug Defiance,' from
Monterey.- Arrived at 8:80 and left Up
at 10 p. m. Steamer Svea, from . San
Francisco. : ..,-,;! ..
' San Francisco, June 14. Arrived
Steamer Yosemlte, from Columbia river.
Sailed Steamer Tiverton, for Columbia
river. .-, .. , . u - -:-
Astoria, " Juns 25 Condition of tha
bar at a. m., ODseurea; wina nortn
west, 16 miles; weather, foggy. -
Tides at Astoria today: lligh water,
10 a. m., 7.8 feet Low water, 6:42 a. m.,
1.5 feet; 1:82 p. m., 2.8 feet
CONCERT TONIGHT i
-' -' BY ACT0E-SINGEE
"American Flancon, Very Ably As
sisted, Will Appear Tonight s
at White Temple.
' Fred . Butler, the wonderful actor-
singer, is in the city, accompanied by
hi wife, and will give a concert at the
Whit Tempi tonight Mr. Butler-be
came very well known Jn thla city dur
ing the great evangelistic campaign con
ducted by Dr. Chapman. ' f .. , ? :
It Is seldom. If ever, that a role of
mor splendid power ana beauty is
heard In Portland on the opera or con
cert stage. He has a voice of remark
able scope and melody and has won for
himself tho name of the "American
Planoon." He wUl be assisted tonight
by Mrs. Walter Reed, contralto, and
Miss Kathleen Lawler, soprano. Miss
race Kemp will play an organ number
id Professor Edgar JC Coursen will
preside at the piano, . '
UNION PACIFIC CAN f 3l
CONDEMN FOR TUNNEL
Supreme Court of Washington Ef
face Technical Inhibition in an
' (Bperlil Dtspate to The JeeraaL) '.
Olympla, Wash., June 25. The su
preme court - today put a quettis upon
the effort to prevent the Union Paclflo
from condemning property In Betatle
for tunnel purposes, under the provis
ions of an old statute which declares
that a f orel an corporation shall not en-
r tne ngnt oi eminent oomain tor
lroad purposes Until It ha actually
These, silver dollars, on
this very tray, are wait
ing for "you in Woodard
Clarke's window; go see
them. But first read the
details of how YOU can get
them, in this paper.
"mmmmm """" '"""O
Spanton Company, Acting for
We make this proposition because
age house-building in Terrace Park . NOW. With a hun
dred families in Terrace Park, other property we have in the
neighborhood wilt have increased in value much more than we
have lost in advancing you the money to build.
Full-size (50x100) lots for $300 $10 a, month. See us
after,6 o'clock if you can't get around before. '
270 STAl STlIlT, C,;
constructed a railroad Una UM:i t
The action was brought by Mirr M.
Meller, who sought to enloin n i -. r I i
Judge Griffin of 8attle from n ...-.--1-inn
with a condomnatfon cse .by t-i h
the - Oregon A WanhlnKton liailrim.)
company sought' to condemn some of
her property in Seattle for tunnel pur
poses. While the company hue eimnt
millions of dollars for terminal prrir
tles, it has as yet built no rallroml l,n.
- The supreme court holds that botli
chapter 9, session la.w of 18K9-90, n l
chapter 17, session laws 1889-90. b-arlnt
on the subject must be construed to
gether, " and as so oonstrued the pro-,
ceedlnffs begun In Seattle- must be al
Jowed to proceed. . ' '
Four Michigan men, with some mem
bers of their families, arrived In Philo
math last week. - :
Rogers Stainfloor Finish is
absolutely the best floor fin
ish made, and is also the best
general finish for furniture
and all interior woodwork.
It makes old floors look new 11
and all floors and all wood- ll
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wears ' UKe ; ruDDer re- jj
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