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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, THURSDAY EVENING,' JULY 18,
IN BAD LIGHT
Upper Columbia Grain May
' Be Tied Up Worse Than
Last Tear. '.
BOATS UNABLE TO
; HANDLE THE TONNAGE
Stated Th IUllroad WOl Again
1 Lack FacUltlea for MoTtag Wheat
ProlocUoo-Only Relief Through
Additional Steamer on-Hirer.
" Bhlppera of wheat along he irpper
- S Columbia ere facing thla year a far
nor serious phaee af ahlpplng oondl
) tlone tbaa wee ealatent Uat eeaaou
.whan' tha ear ehortage . pravantad the
' moving of (rain for many weeks. It Is
' etated that the O. R. A N. VlU ba la
no arter ahapa ta handle the output
t.u than lnjit. Tha araln produo-
! ni k innrmaut. exceeding by
many thouaanda of bushels the produo-
inoi.n. - "v
;- Uraln producers, eapciix
Umatilla rapids, ara placing their hopes
on tha river steamere, but officers i in
Portland etate that It la doubtful
whether tbey will ba able to relieve the
congested situation. ' Neither of thd
Open River ' Transportation . company a
ateamara la powerful enough to make
i' tha raplda, and la addition there will
probably ba aa much or more araln on
- thle aide than can ba handled by them
during: tha season.' . ' .
It la elated7 that tha only possible
' manner In which the wheat product! Ion
T thla year can be handled satisfactorily
- . will do mrui-" u,i'inM . - " f.w
fort In providing tha upper
.mora boats. At The present t me there
"are half a doaaa ateamere plying tha
waters In thai region, oui """'.TZ1
. being operated la varloua conatruotloif
wsSVald thla" mornlnj thfJS
effort would probably be mad o to aaaa
i aoma of theae vessels, but thla Jm not
likely to be. done unleae a 1fO""J01
ta ahowa on the part of the onea moat
. vitally lntereated In movlna their rrala
to cooperate with the Portland peraona
who are endeavoring to help OOt ta a
trying altuatlon. - ."
Tha Open River Tranaportatlon eom
. paiy wliu In all probability. If aoma
assistance - la given from .,pJJ,,r
. country, ba tha one to operate the ddi-
ttonai ateamara If they oa had, but
, jm far the arrangement are fdeflnlta
and until thai aaaume tangible Bhape
there remalne the poeelbillty that the
-upper Columbia grain will be tied up
In warehouses and other placea , mora
.completely than it waa Uat eeaaon when
the whole country waa crying for aoma
meaaa of tranaportatlon. s; . .. . . .
WEATHER INSTRUMENTS BEST
j Spring Honseeleatimg Interrupts the
-U Recording of Cllmatlo Condltlona. -t
For II mlnutea thla morning all tha
government weather Inatrumenta in tha
uatom-houea were out of eommlaalon
Jlend atmoaphario eonditlona ware not re
corded on any of the peculiarly pua
allng dlala that work ceaselessly, and sl
. .""ntlv and with tha no.t . minute, mo-
- 4 chanical - accuracy. The Arm jretrta
: peaceful vocations w,r.,ini!l.PVTn
" 1 while tha carpets were being. tkiP
?'.UncTanfntIil renovating the'euirtort-
house. . All the floor eoveringa i will' be
ijlven a dusting and eorubblng the woo.
iwork will be rejuvenated with a coat
' of varnlah and other detaJla of cleanlt
Ineaa pureued with the aame c ara and
diligence that charaoteriaea the govern,
inent'a enporvlalon ot Ita many depart
inenta! .The work when completed will
be afeaat Jfor tha eyea of a : youn-
i hThla 'morning ItVbeeame neceaaarr to
take up the carpeta beneath' the long
:"rrt. hnh mrm ant the vartoua
, inatrumenta for rordlnf wind velocity
. rainfall, the helaht of the rtver and
other meteorological eonditlona. and
:Pllftn0thV carpets tha heavy tablea
. had to ba moved and the wirea aevered
which control the delloate Inatrumenta.
Thla work occupied a period af li mln
ta and when the metal flngefawera
I eaaln aet to work tha little Indelible re-
Coroins liura vn in, wvui-r . '
broken. Tha vacant Plaoea ahowed
v.. TTnnia ftara'a orln houea clean
ing had cauaed a temporary ceaaatson
eot Portland'a climate. . .
WILL USE PREPOK DIRT J
Every day i Bargain Day here. An ordinary Friday at
this store is far greater than the great Frday sale days
of other stores. But tomorrow is no ordinary Friday,
even with us, for it surpasses even our own sale days
; , in value offerings. . j . , ;
w' ' " . - . mnmiA mrr a mnnth tim
. . . m . . 1 1 - A 1- A n V ... mm m mrW V I ) I m I llllll Hill W W ft mm m mm mmmrm
We not only intend to, we simply must clean out as mncn stock aunng u,. r- , .v,. , hi. fmimi
do this we must offer the greatest value, ever known, and this we are doing for these thiee days. The values named here are no peater than hundreds ot others to be found
' v t-,' ' , . , at this store during Friday and Saturday, y v ,. . . - ' .v ' ...
cmrrs cixcn c.:nr:;5ii,rrc;i 2:::
tr rnii .0
rna " : "
In yesterday's papers we advertised the most tremen
dous three days' selling, event ever offered. Today we
offer the same event to last one day less. Tomorrow and
Saturday we expect to reduce all claims of former value
, . giving events to ashes.
We realise that in order to
WAISTS MUST GO
Our finest Silk Walats
that acll anywhere from
$10.00 to $20.00 on one
Ug table in our suit room
with our ahadow-like price
on the entire aaaortment
of exquisite garmenta and
$3.00 Lawn Waists of ele
gant, sheer fabric, and
daintily trimmed at the
one price, the price of last
raaort for imme-' 7Qi
- diata clearance. . .... I vt
Note We ask for the benefit of your
own satisfaction you call and inspect these
Waists. ' . . '
ladies' Suit Dcparlmenl Musi Face the Greatest losses
Thai It lias tver ueen tauea upon 10 war
No. . 1 1.. on . few jpna. bu a--CSdiaffi
stand tnese tosses Dexter now wn i.cr ou. mu. jv f . - . -
v ; rdgn of their eason than to sell them to you out ieue , .
trftDrn ciriTC Pretty Summer Suits of many differ
JDuPER .SUITS t -tvlea. wade from- all -fine- Silks
LADIES' FCiEST TAILORED SUITS -
This is saying much, but not more than the
Suits will verify; $25.00 to.' $35.00 Suits
should represent the best of material, make-.
up and wonanansnip, as ao uiesc we uitw,
in aii siyic qi. jm
ture .and of plain
fabric, at the lowest
price ever placed on
Clearance Sale of Hosiery
Ladies' renolne lisle thread all-over, lace Hose, fuU fashioned and a
standard 25c grade. These we are selling during this , v 1 Qc
phenomenal sale at, the pair
Stockings for Ihc Boy or Girl
A verv good fast black cotton Hose, double soles, beels, toes and knees.
the market, now on sale tomorrow and Saturday at, pair .
' ' ' ' ' "
riaa to Fill vow Landa of Aberdeen
" With SOt From Harbor.
' (Ssedal Dtapatch te The JoernaL)
Aberdeen, Waal4 July 18. . 1-
Zartea, whose firm, tha Northwestern
Predglag company-Jt flan Franolsoo,
bum secured tha contract (or dredging tha
y channel or "e naroor. piui.i
Vto lay before th city council fn refer-
. V . . i ik. itl-t Mm. thl feed of
hav to rill la me iiae iiaie. .im
pluaWf fiUlnr tn the lower part or me
Bite CTT HI CUT " m mmwvi i.w wmw -
former-Mayor I.lndatrom, and hie auc.
Uanrn France, la followlna out
the auggeatlon. Some oblectlona haa
beea made to the schema of filling with
dirt dredged from the harbor on acoount
if lta character. It taking so Ion; a time
to- dry and become firm and solid. Mr.
parnes claims the.dlrt along tha portion
of the harbor opposite this place la com
posed mainly of sand and gravel and
that- it would become solid in a few
weeks. 'The matter will be brought be
fore the council at Its next meeting-..
. Mr. Darnes company will probably In
stall an oil tank here, for the purpose
of fumlahln fuel. If this Is done It
-will lead to a line ef tenk ateemera be
ing put on tha run to thla port.
' If ARINB IVTElXlGECK
- gttlar I biers Sae is Arrive.
Cta Blea, Ban Francisco ......July 1
breakwater. Cons Bay ... ..V. ...July 1
' Columbia, Ban Frenclaoo July tl
. O. W. Elder, San Pedro and way.July IS
Alliance. Coos Bay.... July 1
Small Prices in Domestics ,
Plain and figured Galatea Cloth. The best material In the world for
ladies' outing suits, skirts or men's shirts; worth 20c yard; Jg
nn bmibh bbc . ...a.anetrtsai"."""
? ISc lladras 9c Yard
Good for use-as a shirting, or
walstlng. Patterns are mostly in
fancy light - stripes. No better
wearing material made. . .
-C5c Damask 39c Yard
Full 58 inches wide arid good in
quality and pattern.- ---
Bleached Tarklsh Toweling
18 inches wide and worth 1 O.
25c yard, at ....v,.Ot
Colored Bedspreads 98c "
These arefull large sixe. good
and heavy, and with fringed bor
der. The same that we have al
waya sold at 81.50,- 7- r -
, . , ,VW aa-aa W W
- 'jA.Jj At-
and worth $16.50 and; $20.00. This final dean? M QO
'no aale oriee. api.eu
nrnaf cirillTQ Worth $8.00; carefully made, good wear
WU3L 0Ml3 jng ni well appearing Skirts, quick-
. .. ........ . .......
ly going at, each.
ITEITE WOOL SKI2TS
Just what rou want for now
and will find so much good use
(n.,inti the man v .summer-dava to tome. Some of
these are $10.00, others - $12.00 values. .One tfJO 7C
little price on them all.........i.V..;. ...,aPlelU
Ainaltv wmrth $2 fl and t2.5fta e-oodlv
iinrtmrat a rolnrs arid in black. Good
full skirts snd of nice materials. Thia. sale in- 7e
eludes them all at n?; little price. ............... I aJC
$10 Sfflt Kimonos $3.98
Extra full length; Per- ,
a Ian and Japaneae de
signs; satin ' ribbon
trimmed. Our aaaort
ment of. theae includes
nearly all tha color af
fects moat desired ; in '
these home comfort
robes. , Kindly aak to
see these before) leav-'
Ing the store tomor
row. Every one a $10
Silli Glove Clearance Qearance Sale of IlandltercWels
Udies' pure Unen, hemstitched, fuU alie, ana a nugniy goou ,. , , Vf
value. Sale price, each ............
A Belter One
A sweeping sale of Xadies pure suit 10
w..M l.noVi Glavei: ' colora black and
white, and Tn mosquitaire finish. We have
had no hesitancy in pronouncing this glove
a mighty fine value at our regular selling
price, $1.59 These surely wUl . QJr
not last long at, pair fOt
; NOTELl-We cannot promise these gloves
for both daye.vWa do not expect them to
pe tnat giow in acuum. .. -
Ladles' fine cambric and fancy embroidered borders; neatlyhemmed and
as good a choice of 15c and 20c values as could be found. These - Qr
we offer at the very extra special sale price. of, each.;........... ....ww
Wash Belt Clearance
AH our 25c lines, and that means nearly every "
style tnat mignt oe nao, go in uub mw.
y are more fancy In their embroidered deeigna
than the ones with openwork pattern; yet all
are the best of 25c valuee; white and 1
colore, all sixes, at the half price... -2C
- 25e PURSES 10a EACH 100 etylea; 1,000 purses, each one a" "chfld'a
; delight", purse. , These wiU go in quick order tomorrow.; . . ' : . ;.
Sillis Priced lower Than Ever
$1X0 for a yard of such a fine 27
inch black silk as this is aa near
an exact value as could be. The
big knife conquered this price,
and now for clearance the CQ,
silk at, yard v7
Still more of tfioae elegant Suit
ing Silks, in new fancy stripes
and checks, worth $440 OQ-
yard, at .al7.
Only two colore left of thla sum
mer Kai Kai Silk. The, 50c ailk
that givee such good ' 1 Qr
coot wear now, ard .
50-Inch Wide Wool
The right weight for year-round
wear. -Theae ara remnants, but
may eaally be matched up, A Qi
worth $1.00 yard, at..;....lC
In cream white, worth. "I
25r at, yard 7 . . .i .. .v; . .7..1C
Shoe Prices That Will Sell Shoes
We have bunched together something - like 300 pairs of . Ladies
Shoes and Oxfords, worth all the way from $1.75 to $2.50. These
are in.no way shoddy, but are dean, new and in up-to-date styles.
Nearly all sixes. One lot and one price for this extravagant - Qfig
value giving sale, pair . : . . . r v" u
Regular $1.00 values in Women's three-point House Slippers. The
right boot for comfort and wear. Thin flexible soles. CQp
One little price on the lot's choice of, pair i....l....r..'....'fv
10c Shlnola 6c Box 15c Bottle White Polisti 7c
SEE SHOE WINDOW.
500 piece, in all, 6 to lO.inchM wide, a nice quality of Swisa material and pretty pattenu In open
worfc and shadow effects. Edgea, flouncinga and insertions to match. But very, few of . A
Sse are worth a cent less than 25c yard. For this immediate clearance, yard ..........,.1UC
A visit to our wash roods counter tomorrow win satisfy you that this is a simple truth. Not only
doffer tiiese finest of summer dress suiting at tW. price, but we also pUce on th. , rp
rjt orv. m-nA wj, thin fabric a for this sacrifice sale at, yard eJL
wuuici wu w "
CfflNAWARE AT LESS THAN
SEE WINDOWS UWUltKY AlJl-
II Ri iKIIi'rjv" ysaAC3SH,
i. I rni i r 1 1 1 TkiI i '
nr m''" ' " ."' - ' :':"
noaiWH.. Da ii a vu.w ,
Numantla. oneni. .......
Arabia, orient "P 1
megnlar xaaera to Bopart.
Alliance. Cooe Bay...... 3v,y IS
Roanoke, Ban Pedro and way ...Jlr J
Coata Rica, Ban Francisco July to
Breakwater, Coos Bar ... . July J
O. W. Kider. Ban Pedro and way.July 14
Columbia, San Franclsoo July 15
Kedondo, SeatUa and way... ,.. July J5
Nicomedla, orient Aarait
Numantla. orient. .....Auauat JJ
Arabia, orient September If
Yes els ba Fort,
. . ' . .ni...ki. xrn - a
jonan i-ouiaen . . . . . .v..ui.,. -
Aleala, Oer. aa, Montgomery No. J
Tola. Br. ah. ;..,...i;ierator dock
Jordanntii, or. ay.
Zlnlta Br. bh Oat Pine
Ullebonne, Am. ach...O. TL N. Alblna
... a . L- a . Tfn lva..l( 111
Chehalia. Am. bktn...... Knappton
f i T .11 nam a n Am. acn. ....... .Stella
Paul Jonee. V. S. N A at oris
u. vina- Rr aa Stream
Alvena, Am. ach. ..i ......... .'Weetport
J. M. (Irirflth. Am.. bktn.... i. Stella
pelaonar. tr. sn. ...... .v"imnii nu.
atathllda. Nor aa...... Portland Mr Co,
Wallftcot, Am. barga.UnlveraityI.br Co.
Alumna, Am. eon ....Prydock
r. " . w nrm.m.tt. t a. a wka
I t title. Am, ach.. ........ .....Rainier
ptratfinairn, xr. ..m.rj
i . aM mm A at nr I
a taunts - ...
. x,sjatsa Oarrlare Ba Baaaa.
Mabel Gale. Am. ach Sen fveiae
Retriever. Am. bktn San ranc!eco
South Bay. Am. atr Baa Prancisoo
rcho Am. bktn .....Baa Franclaoo
Melrose, Am. aca.... ....Ban Pedro
Sailor Boy. Am.xeoh.....San rranclaoo
... , : .-mm kW II.. rMMKlUUI
Irene, Am. ach. .. ..a........ .oaa iJieao
Aureiia, Am. air ......... r-
Jaaaes Rolph, A an. aoh ...San Francisco
Mm avraaa w iv w - a -
Bucclouch,' Br. ah . .Uambare
free from grit and add. Pre
vents accumulation of tartar.
Will not injure the enamel of
the teeth. Ask your dentist.
Hrenn. ir. dk, ...... . ....... .nu..
Conwav Castle. Br. bk.taM.Antwera
Furope. rr. bk Antwerp
Genevieve Mollnoa, Fr. bk. ..... London
Rene Kerviler. Fr. ah. ........Hamburg
Laannec, Fr. ah .............. .Swansea
jm Pillar, V"r. bk ..London
Martha Rous. Ft. bk .Hamburg
Mosamblnue, Br. ah. Newcastle, B.
Samoa. Br. bk Shields
piam. Oer. ah ................. .London
Thiers, ( FT. sh Newcaetle. K.
Vlnoennea, Fr. bk. ........... .Jlaaow
Varerhael Turrene, Fr. ba. . . .Hamburg
Tllle de Mnlhon-e. Ft. bk Antwero
Ouethary, Fr. bk ............. .Antwerp
ri-rri Lot I. Fr. bk Antwerp
w ai'ien AIMi-v, it. vn. ....... .". - v
Ciieneasllu. Cr. sa... ....... ..Antwerp
V eras i nee, rT. dk. ..... .
General de Botadeffre, Fr. bk... London
General de Negiier. Tr. bk...... London
Bayard. Fr. Ik Antwerp
Villa do Dijon, Fr. bk Antwerp
Coal Shlpa n avonta.
tseien, mt. vm.. ...... n,..u a.
CoL de Vlllebola MarenU.Fr. bk
Claverdon. Br., sh........ Newcastle, A.
Wlllscott. Am. DK. ...... .neercasiie. a.
Port Patrick. Rr. ah... ...Newcaetle. A.
St. Mlrren, Br. ah. Newcaetle, A.
Crillon, Fr. bki Newcaetle, A.
Aroencreia. nr. . . , , . .fnwimm a.
Euaene Schneider. Fr. bk. .Neweaatla, A.
Bt. Louis. Fr. sh. Newcastle, A.
Tramp teaaaere Ba Boata.
Henrlk I been. Nor. atr... Baa Fran erf see
Queen Alexandra. Br. atr Madras
Thyra. Nor. aa. San Franclaco
Btrathness. Br. atr.... Port Los Angelas
OU Cwrrler Xa Boata. -
ArarvlL Aan. atr... i....... Port Harford
Cataaia, Am. str..... .Gavlota
AIX)a THE t ATEBFRONt
The American steamer W. 8. Potter
arrived la port thia morning- with il.ooe
barrels of crude oil for the Associated
Special Agent Lewis H. Bddy Of tha
department of Commerce and labor la la
Portland from Washington,1 gathering
atatiatica and data relatfvw to ahlpplng
out ot thla port. . He is making a list
ef all the docks and wharfa along the
Willamette and collecting other details
whloh will ba forwarded to hla depart
Work of repairing tha dam ace dona to
tha river steamer Charlea R. Spencer,
whoee wheel waa Injured by a ana In
the last trtp to Tha Dalles la consum
ing more time than waa anticipated
whea aha reached tha local docks. It
waa stated this morning that aha would
not be able to reeume her regular sched
ule before net Monday.
Tha British steamer Strathnairn left
thla momlnir at 1 o'clock in ballast for
Seattle and sound point a. where aha will
load lumber, '. -
The Dalles City of tha Regulator Una
Is to be hauled oa the wave while car
ponters put a new bottom In the vessel.
Tha Capital City, one of the company's
freight boats, will taWi the former's run.
Pale Harrison, parser on The Dalles
City, will go eaet to vlt relatlvee
while repalra ara being, made to the
The achooner Lillabonne. which baa
been tied up at the Oreaon Water Power
Anrti for aeveral montha received or
ders this moraine; from Ban Frenrleco to
ret under way to that port rSatnrday.
The Lillabonne came here from Manila,
where It had been enaajted for four
jraaxa, fxpaoUaji to enter the eoaateua
Fancy Work Specials
abadow. . tinted.
eyelet pattern a.
E have - selected some - bargains - from our
. aa mm '
stock that will interest ladies wno emDroiaer.
Beautiful, original designs, on exquisite goods, with right ma
terials for working. Make the summer more enjoyable and de
light your friends at Christmas time with valuable hand-made
gifts. .The cost is very little. . ,
tawjiH Kalrt Walata Patterne
for eyelet, French and shadow
embroidery. Regular fl.0 val
1 uea. special 1.19
-Kampedata--andsoma patST; Baamped cgraee Oaewea Oat atra
terns, complete with flosa to quality French cambrto, oom
- embroidery. Regular to valnes. pleU with cotton to embroider,
special ...694 Bag- e Talus, apeolai....4S4
-; Boy dainty things at this dainty, quiet shop and get right ma
terials without worry and waste of time.
FREE EMBROIDERY. LESSONS
:&e Needlecraft Shop
3S1 WASHINGTON ST POUTLAMD, ORBGOJf
lumber trade, but atagnaat conditions
here prevented, nne a" " i'
piece in ballast under charter to It C
Harrison Co., the owners. .
MAKlVB NOTES ;
Astoria. July lt-alled at l:4l a.
m. Steamer Elmore, for Tillamook.
San Francisco, July II. 8alled at T
a, m. flteamer Auaa wiui oarga xoo.
1 In tow. for Portland. ,
AstoriZ July 17 Arrived at 1:11 p.
m. Schooner Olendale. from San Fran-
tlsoo. Arrtved at l:ta and left up at
l-t n an. Steamer Coeta Rica, rmm
Saa Franclsoo. Arrtved at J:10 and left
up at t m. Bteamer W. 8. Porter,
San Franclsoo, July II. Bteamer
Francta H. Legrett With log raft paaaed
Care I'lanco, la a. m. yeaterday; all
well. Kalled laet night Schooner Rod
erick Dhu In tow of tug Sea Rover, for
Aeiorla, Jul II. Condition of tha bar
at I a. re., smooth: wind northwest, 10
mllee; weather, cloudy.
Tldea at Astoria toaay mgn water;
: a. m., C:4 feet; S:I7 P. m. f.l feet.
Law water; V:0l a. aa, 1.1 feet; S:0I p.
dl. s.e reel.
Tomorrow ' and Sararday poaittrely
the last days for discount as aaat aide
gaa oiiia. . ..
' TOWN TOPICS '
Oa a certain day lav aaoh month the
"hello- tirla employed by tha Paclfle
Btatee Telephone A Telegraph eompaay
eount the eonversatlona that ara haa
over the telephone. The count for July
was made yeeterriay, and when all tha
flaurea were added It waa found tt
107.914 calle were made durln the n
At the weat side e-han, Wt
and' Alder atreeta, thre were 121 '"i
caila. At the et al-le eirhnnga, I '
AJBkeoy and aat tu.b ui., 1 1. -
We hare the largest assortment of
Trunks and Suit Cases to be found in
the- city. Our prices are right." A; call ,
will convince you. We carry all styles
of leather cases in gents and ladies from
$4.50 and up. ' , .
We are aaaaaf aeaaTera ef Bampla, Theatrloal, Bm- '
tea and aU atylea ef renoaal rraaka. ,
TWO 8TORSS .
Porlland Trnnk FJIg.
Xfra, af Xlgh-.aaUty aagraga.
iot eta n,
ronveraatlons wsra recorded. Call a
made for busy llnea, or thoea that do
not ana war are not counted, ao that
yesterday'a count Indlratee that 107,114
people talked to 107,114 other people on
August Erlckson filed suit In tha cir
cuit court yesterday afternoon to ' re
cover from Paul Waasinger, 11.105 which
It la alleged Erickeon paid out at Wee-sina-er's
request at varloua tim-e be
tweea June, 1901, and Jouaary, 1407.
Preferred gtoo r-nnad Ooode.
Allen a Lewis' I t i.iand.
rtnndln l i n "a. .
r . 1 1 h r 1 ' 1 "
11.100; g. . Btevena. repalra dwelling.
Marguerite between Eaet Clay and rt
Market. 100i V. Spath, ona-ai..rir
dwelling. Corval betwen Thompafm an I
Tillamook, llOO; Smith Owir.n.. Ki -h.
lnh between Thompaon an.t 1
11.900; O. P. Koethe. Fat l"'i be
tween Rhone and Frankfort, SI.' ': J
!. Morris, two ona an.l a r.a.r"wr
VI .llln.a TlilrtV-flrt betwe-o '1 "-
man an4 Bavir. f "
horn, Ta-oma b-twM
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