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:uau i Gotland. FiiiDAY Evr.:n::a, AUGUST o, i::7.
Oilier Classified Ad
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V found on pp. 18-19.
Half Acre Tracts With Water
:$10.00 Down, $10.00 Per Month
; Take ML. Scott car to Treraoht
.Station, agent at station. .
A. C. CiiURCIIllL & CO.
. 110 SECOND ST. ,
- Thre (9) to flv (8 acre tract. In
the rich, fertile Tualatin valley oo or
near th Portland-Balem eleotrlo mi
Km, wlthin-flfteen-t twaty-flv ln-
' tiles' ride of th heart of tha city.
full cartloulara lnaulr at. th
Jvauc ox in s. (r -. .-
' INVESTMENT COMPANY:
! . B. Quaokabuan, Vrslda.t
No. 1H Stark, St Portland, Oregon;:
BARGAIN IN ACREAGE
at2!t04V E aoreV in orchard and amall
frulta, with house and barai IS mill-
utea' rid of th city, on caruno.
: STEVENSON-BROWN CO. .
SIT Buchanan Bldgv IMH WML an.
t . John JVlk, : Annl Dimbet. -IS. .
- F. -H. Wagner, 411 Da via at, . II;
6a rah H. Long, 61.
James C 81 mm on a, . South Bend,
"Wash;, IT; Jessl B. Walter II.
. N. P. Nielsen. Cottage Grove, Or, 41;
porthea Paulaen, 40. '
' wj. B Twltchsll. Kansas City, Mo,
it; Ethel I. Johnson, II. .
C. r. Kendall, 636 East Market st, i
Lillian M. North, 19
Wedding Cards. W. O. Smith A
Waahngtoa bldg corner 4th and Was
Tonseth 4b Co.. florists, for flower f
-All kinds, lit th t.
J Clark Bros., Florists Fine flower
'and floral design, lit Morrison at.
Full. 'drees suits for rent, all . slsea,
.tTnlqie Tailoring Co.. 801 Stark at.
teANrUL,! July 27, to Mr. and Mrs.
T. X. Bandali, 1104 Yamhill street.
33ARDJ5 August T, to Mr. and Mr.
Jo Bard, 120 Sixth street, a daugh-
ORAS8EteJuly 14, to . Mr. and Mra
Christian Orassel. Til' Nehalem ave
nue, a daughter. ' '
EK18TEL July It, to Mr. andMrs. A.
. O. Zelatel,. ill Umatilla avenue, a
jAL,ISKY"lir!rt ' T. "Mrs. -eTT) line A
T lakv. a red 75 years. 4 months and IS
; Jdaya, 478 Mildred street, senile gan-
RAILROADS NEED f.iOilEY
EXCUSE FOR dfJCREASE
That Ecason Alone Is Pretext forj Contemplated Advance
. of Eastbound Freight Kate on'Lumber From '
r'm, ,; . Pacific' Northwest Territory; : . :.
1 By Thomas McCusker. ? ;
Th . latest epistle from , St. Paul
bring the startling Information that
th railroad contemplate advancing th
east-bound rat on lumber beoaua they
aeed th money , ,.,.-.' i
.They have discussed the matter1 pro
and. oon, among themaelvta, until they
ar really of th opinion that there is
om truth la It, al of which goes to
how that constant repetition ven of
4 fairy tale will , have a tendency to
eventually convince the narrator him
self, provided , always ther la some
food reason for his being convinced,
his seem to be a case In which th
railroad want to be convinced, hence
the excuse that the present rate la not
Sufficiently remunerative., for the rea
son that condition have- changed aiiwe
nil ma wjia unn ahm. ana mi ie
addlee them with a burden from which
they fain would f re themselves. '
i ' ' Forgot Tei Statement. .:..
It la remarkable how soon these self-
eonfessed - philanthropists forget the
statement which they made but a short
while ago, and the worst feature of it
1 that they exoect the oubHo 4o foraet
also, and as a rule, they do ao. But the
Rlaht Hon. . J. J. Mill lmrjressed ons
fact so forcibly upon th mind of th
people a year or so ago, when he was
befor the Interstate commerce commis
sion, that they cannot' readily forget It.
Mr. Hill made the positive atatement,
not in lUii, but about two yeara ago,
that If he had loads for hi westbound
oar, he could give an even better rat
on lumber eastbound; conaequently th
absurd statement now aent out that
owing to th great progrea th weat I
making gnd th fact that ther I suf
ficient tonnage to load westbound ears,
an advance la eaat bound rate in neces
sary, cannot and should not have any
weight, for th reason that either Mr.
Hill did not know what he was talking
about when he made his statement two
years aao which Is not llkelv or some
one s trying to short change us no.
it is very questionable If anyor th
railroad, officials will make affidavit to
the effect that the westbound tonnar is
greater than the eastbound, and if ft is.
then there is no reason whatever for ad
vancing th rate, for Mr. Hill also aald
that the eaatbound rate carried with It
the coat of hauling th car empty
weefbound,- -consequently- If- th preeent
rate pays for. hauling the empty cars
west,, and th westbound business has
grown so great," following the usual cus
tom of giving encouragement to the
upbuilding of the country, why should
not tb railroad , reduc rather than
advance the rate? ', -
Operatic Mooa Cheaper.
The cost of o Derating under tmnroved
methods now In vogue is much leas
than formerly, th tonnage Is greatly
increased, ana tne net earninaa are
greater than aver before, but instead o
voluntarily reducing the rate, -thereby
making -It fiosalble for - the consumers
to reap some little benefit from th
great progress beforementloned, - (which
action would mark th near approach
of th mlllenlura) they are Becking some
means to add to his over increasing
burdens. . . - ,
On th other hand, th minmen are
organising and have pledged - or 'are
about to pledge some millions to prevent
the railroads from robbing Jlhem. (as
soma On tersely stated It), claiming
that n Increase in rates will surely
result In closing down th milla. -
The public- no doubt, will be Inter
ested In knowing the exact fai'ts. A
has been shown sbov. th representa
tion of the railroad are abaurd. and
hav no merit from the argument ad
vanced by them. Thla they know, and
so do the mlllmen, but neither party
dare avow the real exsus belli, though
both understand it la to be a duel
to th death. - M
Now let us analyse the tru statu of
th case. Aa everyone know, there la
a logging combine, or putting It In th
language of th hour, a logging truat.
that pnil,tM the nripi of loH. and
a ha been frequently noted In the!
preen, when there threaten to be an i
overaupply of log, the oombtn shuts:
down the camps In order to prevent a
decrease In the price. This Is also true,
of th shingle combine. The net re
sult has been that th price of logs has
continued to sdvanee, -whir om alight
variation occasionally in in opposite
direction. . ' ; . . . ; -v.
Minmen Advaaoed Frio.'. " ' . ,
Th mlllmen. ta order to maintain
their l,hll,hil standard of Profit,
hav found It necessary to- advance the
prlc jot lumber, ana strange as -nui-jr
appear, hav not always stopped at ths
actual advance of th logs, but In order
to mak It even change, have gone above
lt with th reault tnat tney aia noi una
It unprofitable, oonaequently had HO
causa to fight the logging combine. .
- The railroads, having had some little
education in thla line themselves, have
been quietly watching the game, and
hav 'finally decided that ther should
be a "dlvy." consequently they resort
to an advance in rates, but aa th old
saying goes. ther 1 -honor among
thieves that Is. som thieve they do
not want to break up tn game, .but
merely to break in, hence th pretext
given, for the advance. 'Nqw to glv
th devil hi due. It I Just possible that
th railroad ar enUtled to a part of
th swag, for as a matter of fact they
hav mad very reasonable rate In
many cases, that Is, mostly where they
have competition. But If they succeed
In carrying their point, who is going to
be the loser, or in other words, who pay
th f rightT
Klllmaa.'a Folat.of Tlew. .
T-rtnVtn at It from a ' disinterested
standpoint, we might figure out that th
mlUtnen would say to th logging com
bine, "the freight na been advanced so
much, and It will, not do to advance tne
prlc of lumber, as th poor consumer
cannot stand It, consequently we cannot
fay the price you ask, and must request
hat vou reduce the price of logs.
Will they do ItT Not on your lif! Th
mlllmen depend on in logger, ana inn
pnana, so inai
i j . m
in ira v; - i
should be free from artificial
coloring- it should be pure.
, i a . " - ' (
, Folder's Golden Gate Teas
are pure'--;- healthful re- .
frcshincr.. Six flavors : r
Japrt' - EnrfllsH BrcaRfast
Qunpowdcr f. ' Ceylon
Oolonii' ' Blacft OX Gren
Packed. flavor-tight) iri clus't-
. ; The ckojcav of flavor
U matter of tuts .
J. AFbler CSX Co.
. .-; -Importers of Ptxre Teas
.WANTEte OOMPKtBNT CRKAMERT
i msn for city; salary. C-4H5, Journal
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WANTED A ' .DOMESTIC ARTS
- teacher and also a domestic science
teacher for Institution In the city. Ap
ply at T. W. Ct A., Ill Oak st, between
the hour of I and I p. m.
FOR RENT HOUSEKEEPING.
tlOUSEKEEPINO ROOMS OAS
tov. bath. phon. Main 10IL S7I
'J, llth t. - '.'
ROCK QUARRY FOR BALE MAKE
rr offer for lot' on Oantenbeln av.
'4wner, I2 Jth St. ' - r- j
FOR SALE: REAL ESTATE.
' " 11,1(0 4-room house, lot t Ox 100;
Tenoed, fruit, flowara; H cash. Don't
fall to e. this.
1700 Buy a heat otlag,' nlo lot,
10x100; lot.1 worth t00; near car line;
, 1100 eash. balance i month. -,
I4S0 Neat 1-room house, one lot,
warden, nlc location; - cash, balano
to ult Don't miss this Chance.
UUM UPS U KKAbT 1 . OO.
1KI Alder, Room In
SARftM t-ROOM H6U8E3 I? SELL-
' w mi tot, suxiuv; nice lawn,
Tmlt anl flowers; a good Investment-
II.700L. trms. ,.Phon owner Sellwood
U.70-6-18 per Cm Oil I wm
' . moner; new building; lot. 10x100 in
ISnnnyalde; a good Investment. 101 8d.
FOR SALE FARMS
SA BARGAIN AN EXCELLENT HOME
stead relinquishment, near post off Ice;
Won't delays thla will not b for sale
long. -'Address O. J. A, room . Com
tnerclal Bank bldg , Vancouver, Waah.
CLAIRVOYANTS AND - PALMISTS.
UOHSULT TUB BB8T IT WTLL
. -PROVE CHEAPEST IN THE END.
1TWPTB1 TTTHTt. VT)m TO"DTI
Tak this advertisement to.
PROF. D. NIBLO. - . ' .
SOIVs Waehlngton St
; J)B CAPEIO'S BAND AT
; CITY PARK TONIGHT
' v -. ; ' "" -a (
i "vTha Park band wUl 'play tonight at
City Parkv beginning st I o'clock,. Th
" pTograjB follow: -... ' i .
Maroli "Oueen of th CartiWal".. ,
bvr&r!TiY Tambour 'dr Garda'f'10
TntTmeso "Rusai .......... Frank
BelecUon "Cavailerla Ruatloana" . . .
' .,.,......,....... . Maacagiil
JVals "Angel Dream. ......... Hermaa
. iTintsaisr i n laying roet .uoiTSonaiK
Ravrl "Th Rpe -lonymoon" , .
ftelectlon "Th Singing Girl', .Herbert
"Flag Dane"....,.,.., Tobanl
March "Fat-ier of Victory", . ...Gann
. a. U9 Lapno, oirecior.
ijkattGH I V last day to racelv
. on wast aid ga bill.
Th armf of tha amplr I organised
conscription. Th emperor ha th su
preme command of th army and navy.
Fref erred Stock Can. Croog.
:: All in Lewis' st liraad. ...
; Corner Flftli
Haying fitted up our offices
with ' the most modern appli
ancei, we are now doing dental
work by th VV .,VV-'
"No More Fear of the Dental
:.,- . ; Chair." '' '
Nor s High Dental Bin."
See Our Rates
During This Entire B
Beautiful 22-karat Gold
Set of Teeth on rubber f 5.00
Set of Flexible Flesh- ,
colored Teeth (very ,
best) t ...... ...........flO.OO
Bridge. Work.. f , 8.00
Gold Fillings....;.....) l.OO
Silver Fillings.....,.',.. ' 60a)
When Plates or Bridge Work
are ordered. All work guaran
teed for 10 years. Best bank
Denial Parlors '
303 Wasbhglon Slree't.
Corner ol FiKh
: E. AUSPLU1ND, D. D. S MUr.
S DR. WHITE, '
DR. INGLES) Asoca-
Individual holila th whlD.
It resolve ttself into 1 three-handed
dog-eat-dog game, and no matter wnat
the result' of the fight, the consumer
will not be . beneiiUM, . ana runs a
mighty good chanc of being jolted In
the solar plexus. .
It 1 a difficult matter to point out
how tha consumer ran take part In this
fight, and it will also be Interesting to
know ut what action tn minmen win
tak to protect themselves. If they en
loin th railroads. It will be only a tem
porary makeshift, for these latter indi
vidual stay awake nights scheming to
get what ia Coming to thera. a well a
what la coming to the other fellow.
- Ther I only on solution of the mat
ter that can In any way benefit the con
sumer, and ' while tt will also benefit
th mlllmen. it will hav a tendency to
euro tne togging comDine, ana mat ia a
maximum- rat law.. The people -may
possibly get their Inning by joining
with th mlllmen who are a powerful
factor, having plenty or mean at tneir
command, but they should see to It that
should such a law be enacted. It be
equitable both to th railroads aa well
a themselves. 1
As a law that would not allow proper
remuneration for transportation would
be a bad a th reverse, as It would
prevent the eonstructlon of railroads,
consequently retard th growth of . th
Look. at It from any standpoint th
question 1 a delicate one. - sv
Build Platforms and Haul at
T AtonlM "' Iff! Wll A 1ft 4 '
: JUvlOUlO" JIOUUIO ..
gpcll Dlapsteh t Tb Joaraal) '
Pleasant View, Wash., Aug. I. In
order to circumvent th warehoua com
bine, which , recently announced that
storage rate will be Increased R0 per
cent thla year, a number of Eureka
flat farmer have. built a big wheat
platform here and ar shipping their
grain at a coat oi tea tnan so centa a
ton. Th farmers owning th platform
will haul their wheat at their own con
veniens. A number of other platform
will D erected at Eureka, Pleasant
View Hadley and other point in th
Eureka fiat belt. ,
John ' Hoffman, on nf th biggest
wheat growera on th flat, announced
veaterdav that Drtvate warehouse own
er hav agreed among themaelve to
aiinw farmers or tnat locality to us
their warehouses. Mr. Hoffman said
th wheat would b handled at approxl
mately 30 cant a tan. . ,
Tomorrow I th last dav to receive
discount on west- side ga bill. ;
First Meerschaum Pipe.
From th Loulsvlll Courier-Journal.
Kavol Kowates. a Peath shoemaker.
Invented the meerschaum pipe. He died
In 1744 and ther 1 talk among Peath
smoker of erecting a . statue to hi
A large piece) or mrersrnaum was
brought to Pesth by Count Andraasy
in 1721. It had been given to the count
In Turkey. He fetched It horn beraus
aa a piece or wnit clay or extraor
dinary light peclflo gravity It pleased
Kavol Kowate was noted in Pssth
for hi skill In carving and Count An
draasy took hi chunk at light whit
clay to him and said:
'Make, fellow, something pretty out
Th ingenious Kavol. a great smoker.
thought thst th porousness of th
whit clav adaDted it well for Dines.
and accordingly he made two from It,
one for himself and on for Count
Th pipe were charming-and they
smoked superbly. .. The fame of them
spread. In course of time meerschaum
mining and meerschaum plpemaklng be
came two of th recognised Industrie
of th world.
Th original Kavol Kowate pip, th
world' first meerschaum, I still .pre
served In th Peath museum. , '''
Ills Chance Will Come. '
From ih Atlanta Constitution.
"You don't seem to be growling at th
world now 7"
"No, but Tra rpectln' that trouble
will soon strike me and glv m another
BE KEPT OPEN
No Hope of Having- Bridge
Draws Closed During
. " y Busy Hours. V '
U. S. ENGINEER
-w; GIVES OPINION
Colonel Roessler Says Steps Taken
- Several Times in Other States to
mHaveBridgejrraws. Closed at
Fixed Hours Have Always Failed.
Colonel 8. W. Roeasler, United State
engineer, declares ther la no hon of
arranging closed, hour for th bridge
crossing the river to prevent steamers
or othes craft from passing through tha
drawa during th hour of th heaviest
traffic. He say It has been triad ao
many times without success that it
would Only be a wast of time to again
lay th matter befor th ehief of th
department. . '
"The 'Interests of navigation are first
to be conserved." said Colonel Roeasler
this morning la discussing th question,
"and th department Will tak no other
view of lUThl la aa bid law recog
nised all over th world and It -would
not bear -alteration or exception ba-
caus It usefulness would than soon
cease. Waterway must be kept open
and I don't ne now anything can be
dono here to remedy the evil complained
of except by some mutual understanding
between tha pilot or navigator and tha
public. It ema too bad to have to
hold a bridge open for several minutes
to allow a steamer to pass during a
tim of day when traffic ia congested,
as sometimes does happen, but 1 don't
e how it can be remedied by restrict
ing th movement of th vessels. It
can't be done, and aa much a I would
like to aee th matter aettled to th sat
isfaction -of all concerned. I am su re
nothing In that line can be done. . The
Juestlon has come up so many times bo
or in other plane, much smaller
commercially than Portland without the
desired result, so it would be of no use
to lay the matter before th department
even.' wouia t recommend tne propost
tion. " Portland is getting to be so
prominent a seaport that no attention
would be given a step that . possibly
might retard the movement of ves
Complaints ar occaalonallr made Tf
pilots taking large lumber-laden steam
er through th bridges during hour In
tha morning and evenlnga when larg
crowd are going to work or returning.
In view of these complaint the matter
wa referred to Colonel Roeasler who
has charge of th waterway In thl
oart of th states. Th pilot sar It Is
sometimes neceanary to start a steamer
at an hour which th general rubllo
might think seem unultd because of
DREDGE OCT ALLIANCE.
Tomorrow I the last dav to recelv
tUsoouut en west aid gas blUa,
Craft Will Go . on Drydock at
, Johns for Repairs. .
Th steamer Alliance will nrobablv
ne rioatau ana naiuca to tn orydnrk
this afternoon. The dredge Columbia
of the Port of Portland will assist In
digging her out of the mud on Nigger
Tom Inland, where she piled un Wednes
day hlght prior to being hit by the
steamer' City of Panama, and It j be
lieved, th dredge can accomplish thl
feat without much difficulty.
Th Alliance went aground In a a Dot
where the bottom I soft, 'o ther la
little danger of her having been serious
ly Injured. Th steamer will probably be
able to proceed to th drydock under
ner awn steam.
Caotaln K. Gray of San Francisco.
who own the steamer, la expected her
today te look after th matter, and it
la therefor not known what further
action will he taken. The injuries to
the City of Panama were so slight that
a he will proceed to Ban Francisco with
AMONG THE SCHOONERS.
Daisy Freeman Brings Gnnnlea From
" , San Francisco. 1
Th tem schooner Daisy FrOman,
Captain Johnson, arrived up last night
about 10 o'clock and went to Oak street
dock to discharge a couple of hundred
ton of gunnies f rom San Francisco.
This was acoompllshed in a few hours,
and then she shifted to' th Eaatera A
Western Lumber company's mills ' to
take on a cargo of lumber for a return
Th officer report a pleasant voyage
north. " The school of whale that has
been playing off th roast for several
months is gradually disappearing' and
only occasionally were ana of the sea
monsters seen from the Daisy Freeman.
' Th steam schooner J. M. Stetson ar
rived ,up last night Mt .Stella to load
a return cargo of lumber for San Fran
cisco. Th steam schooner Casco shift
ed from. Greenwich dock to OoM. to
complete her cargo for th bay city.
TROBABLY THE SIAM." :
fihlp Outside Relieved to Be Overdue
... German Vessel. ' r ' - '
A three-masted loaded ship wa sight
ed off th mouth of th Columbia river
thla morning and aha la believed to
b th overdue German cement carrier
Slam, which I now nearly 100 days out
from London. She Is expected to cross
In on this afternoon's tide, ss th pilots
and tug hav PcornoUileJ ta look cut
for her. and 'glv her all possible dis
Th' Slam '1 fully larien wlth cement
consigned to Meyer, wllaon eV Co., and
her tardiness ha caused the consignees
no little Inconvenience because of . the
demand- for th material stowsd in her
hold. She he ' been quoted . at . - per
cent reinsurance, but notwithstanding
this fact, the. consignees have, at no
time feared that ah would not reach
port In safety. They know her to be a
slow sailer, and' so gave her plenty of
time. . .- ; . -' i
Th British hark Conwsy Castle,
which, arrived at Astoria yesterday, will
leave up tomorrow. fcJhe baa a cargo
of cement consigned to W. P.. Fuller A
Co. tine put into Valparaiso May 18
for a supply of fresh water and left two
days later. Th pipes leading -to th
water "ranks sprung teaks-tn th torm
encountered off Cape Horn, so that, th
water became tainted. . -
. 1 MARINE INTELLIGENCE
Bgnlas Xdnryl t Arrlv. .
Alliance, Coos Bay. .Unoertaln
Redondo, Seattle. Aug. 10
Breakwater, Coo Bay .......... .Aug.
R. IX Inman, Ban Krancleco. .. .Aug. II
Costa Rica. San Francisco Aug. II
Roanoke. San Pedro and way. :r. Aug.' 13
Numantia, orient. August II
CUy of Psnama, San Francisco. .Aug. II
O. W. Elder, San Pedro and way. Aug. 20
Johan Poulsen. San Francisco... Aug. 10
Arabia, orient.. ..Sept 1
Alesla, Ger. ss ..Sept. IS
Nlcomedls, orient....... October 1
. Kegular XUnars to Depart,
G. W.' Elder, San Pedro and way. Aug. 21
Johan Poulsen, San Francisco. . .Aug. 2i
City of J'anatna. Saa Francisco. .Aug. 10
Alliance, Coos Bay ..Uncertain
Nlcomedia, orient .August 10
Redondo, Seattle and way, . . . . . . Aug. 11
Breakwater, Coos Bay ..Aug, 11
Roanoke, San Pedro and way..., Aug. 16
Costa- Rica, San Francisco.. C.Aug. 14
R. . Inman. San Francisco. . . .Aug. II
Numantia, orient., i. .August 21
Arabia, orient... ....September 16
Alesla, orient. ..Sept. tt
'. wU la. Port. .'
Tola. Br. ah v. Elevator dock
Maori King, Br. a.EaU West. Lbr. Co.
Alvenar Am. ach. Westport
Dalgonarr Br. sh . .Columbia No. 1
Bee. Am. ach. .. .Willamette LAB. Wk
Irene. Am. schr.. .Astoria
Lyra. Am. atr. ...Portland Lbr. Co.
Nlcomedia, Gr. ss. .... .Greenwich No. 1
James Kolph, Am. sch...... .Westport
Melville Dollar, Am. str..... Stella
Johan Poulsen, Am. str. ....... .Oceania
Cha. Nelson, Am. atr.. ...... .Westport
Nome City, Am. atr...... Stella
Yosemlte. Am. str.. ........... .Kalama
Geo, W. Elder, Am. str. . . .Martln'a dock
City of Panama, Am. str.Alnsworth dock
Argyll,' Am. str... .Portsmouth
Casco, Am. atr..... ..Goble
Daisy Freeman, Am. str. ..E. At W. mills
J. B. Stetson, Am. str...,.., Stella
Conway-Castle, Br. bk Astoria
Breakwater, Am. str Oak street
X, umber Carriers Za Bout.
Aurelia, Am. strj.... San Francisco
l. ii. iiiraau. Alii. nr. . omi r rinciMq
Thomas L. Wand. Am. str.San Francisco
Coaster, Am. str. ........Baa Francisco
Suit M. Plummer, Am. sch...Guayma
Wasp, Am. str. ......... .San Francisco
Northland, Am. Btr. ..... .Pan, Francisco
King Cyrus. Am..achr....San f'ranclsoo
Beulah, Am. sch. ...... ..ban Francisco
Americana. Am. sch ........ban Pedro
Alice McDonald, Am. ach. Kahubul
Lettltla, Am, sch. .i.. Ban Francisco
Churchill. Am. sch Ban Francisco
Berlin. Gr' sb Nuehagak
nt. rxicnoias, Am. sn .....xvusnagag
John Currier, Am. sh.... Nushsgak
Compeer, Am. ach. San Francisco
Xa Bout With Oemeat and General
Ruccleuch, Rr. sh.;., ........ .Hamburg
Brenn, Fr. bk.. Hull
Europe, Br. bk ......Antwerp
Genevieve Mollno. Fr, bk...... .London
Rene Kervlier, Fr. sh ...Hamburg
Laenneo. Fr. sh ....Swansea
L Piller. Fr. bk.. ............. .London.
Martha Rous, Fr. bk... Hambur
Mosambiau. Br. h...... Newcastle. J
Samoa. Br. bk .....Shield
Slam, Ger. sh.. London
Thiers, Fr. sh ....Newcastle. E.
Vlnrennea, Fr. bk. Glaagow
Marechael Turrene, Fr. bk. .. .Hamburg
Villa d Mnlhouse, Fr. bk Antwerp
Ouethary. Fr. bk.... ...... Antwerp
Pierrl Lotl, Fr. bk ...Antwerp
Walden Abbey, Br. sh ..Antwerp
Glenesslln, Br. sh... .,....... .Antwerp
Versailles, Fr. bk Lelth
(General a Hoisderrre, ft. bg ..London
General de Negrler. Fr. bk. .... .London
Bayard, Fr bk .Antwerp
Villa de Dllon.Fr. bk Antwerp
Allc Marie, Fr. bk ....Antwerp
Eugene Rergatene, Fr..bk. Antwerp
II. Haekfle'd, Gr. bk...... Honolulu
A ret lo stream, nr. sn Rotterdam
, Coal Ship Sa Boat.
Relen. Fr. bk, ............ Nswcastla. A.
CoL d VllUbols MarenlL Fr. bk
lavernnn, r. so... newcaatie, A.
Wlllsrott, Am. bk .Newcastle. A.
Port Pstrlck, Br. sh Newcastle. A
St. Mlrren, Br. h. ...... .Newcastle. A.
Crlllon. Fr. bk ....Newcaatle. A.
Araencraig, nr. oa- iNewcastie, A.
Eugene Bchnelder. Fr. bk. Newcastle. A.
St. Ixuls, Fr. h...k....; Newcastle, A.
Buffon. Fr. bk .....Newcaatle, A.
Castle Rock. Br., ah... flvdnav. .
Iled lil II. Br. sa-.. .......Newcastle, A.
Knight Templar, Br. sa. .Newcastle, A.
xymonc, nr. sir.. ...... .Newcastle, A.
Tramp Steamers Si Xonto. .
Queen Alexandra. Br. str, Madras
Strathness. Rr. str.... Port Los Angela
bva, uer. ss. ?s ..Hakodate, Japan
. ALONG THE WATERFRONT 4 .
; Th steamshlr) City of Panama sails
for San Francisco tomorrow morning
at t o'clock. ...... -..li-J...:. i
Th- steamer Breakwater, from Coos
Bay, will b at Oak street dock thl
evening. She left up at a o'clock and
should be at her dock about 6.
Th Norwegian at earner Thvra cleared
today for Hankow, China, with 1. 141,900
feet of lumber valued at I4M14. She
Coes by way of Taooma to All bar
Two Dills of sal were filed at th
custom houae yeaterdr"; By one, John
Swager, of Kelso, Waehlngton, aells the
gaaolln launch Hattl to A, Frledhurg
for 1800 and bv th other, Albert Burch
am, alao of Kelso, sells th steamer Col
well to th Run-ham Byrnes Construc
tion ft Contrsctlng company for I3.&00.
" The IVirt of Portland did not hold It
regular monthly meeting yesterday be
cause of th fact that a number of
members ei put of u city. Ati-
iScvcnth and Washington Sticc'a
At Portland's BLST Shoe Store
Save Money by Buy
ing Your Shoes Here
Men's Genuine Patent Colt Blucher and Button Oxfords,
. all sixes and widths, reduced to. . ,Sp3.35
Men's Gunmetal Calf and Vici Kid Blucher Oxfords, welt
soles, stylish and comfortable, reduced to. .....3.15
.Women's White" Canvas . Gibson Ties, .felt soles, reduced
II Women s Patent Colt and Dull Kid Gibson Ties, welt soles.
; , reduced to .............. '..81.05
, "Women's Patent Colt Button Oxfords, welt soles, reduced
to ,. ........ ... .82.85
ii w omen s rateni von tjiDsoniies, wun wen ana ium
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m worn en 3 patent toir. ana tjunnictai uaraen lies, renuccu
j to 93.15
- : Children's "Elkskin Skuffers, sizes & to 8 $1.25, 8, to
- , 11 $XJ!0, andmany others. - ' v..'
H Seventh and Washington Seventh and Washington
H PnPTT.AMTVR RTTST RITftP. RTflPTS ' .
- . Northern Pacific tourist sleeping cars ,v ; :.
are built for comfort. They are, new,
: ' well ventilated,' sanitary and pleasant.' "
. They are . handsomely finished ' inside,
and safety of travel is assured by steel '
7 platforms, wide vestibules and careful
, construction. Roomy toilet and wash
rooms; every convenience.1 Operated V
on transcontinental trains of the
.Northern Pacific Railway
A. D. CHARLTON ,
Ass't Qen'l Passenger Agent . v.
a$S Morrison Street, Portland, Oregon - .
Matchless Steel .
SlmpI In eonstructlon. '
' Guaranteed perfectly smoks, dust and
gas proof, i '
- Extra larg- fir pt,-asn-pit-aBd
grat surface. ....
Ths tlle-llned fir pot insures great
durability and conomy in repairs.
Mor direct and indirect radiating
surfac than contained In furnace of
any other style of construcUon.
; All surfaces ar curved, which pre
vents th buckling of th teel, or tb
fir cracking of th castings.
Th heating surfaess throughout ar
perpendicular and unbroken, presenting
no obstruction to th fr circulation
of th heated air. "
Both th body and th radiator ar
constructed of extra heavy ateel plate,
closely riveted and caulksd and war
ranted not to crack.
Extra -larg caalnga provld ampl
free air apac. preventing th over
heating of th furnace and insuring a
vol urn of perfectly warmed air.
Th feed door and ash pit doors ar
of good proportions and closely fitted.
All furnace are" 'equipped! with draft
regulator, chain and pulleys for regu
lating th fir from th hall or living
room, and ar easily managed by th
Such wer th 'point briefly tated
for consideration by J. J. Kadderly,
when seen In hi kalenrooma thl morn
ing ar 110 First street, next to th
O. W. P. waiting rooms. '
BATH POWDER -1 1- u RlCKPOWnro
A Perfumed Luxury for tne Bath. I Best Toilet powder. AntlseptlcaUy
Softens Hard Water. Better I pure. . Relieve sunburn and
than Perfume. 25 bath.- W rUW. FW fr
I 237" 25 cgolaTAU ncni-- baby, ""H I
( A CAN
clal meeting wUl probably b held next
Th llghthous tender Armaria will
arrive at Astoria tomorrow from Se
attle to undergo a general overhauling
at th government moorings at Tongue
Astoria, Aug. I. Condition , at' ths
mouth of th Columbia at 7 a in.,
smooth; wind southeast,- seven mile:
weather clear. Arrived in at 4 Mi
m. and left up at 8 a. m etr-nmer Break
water, from Coos bay. Hailed at 4 a.
m., steamer Elinoro. for Tillamook.
Hailed at 10 a. m., schooner Virginia, f'r
San Franolaoo. Arrlvr-d down )t
night. Kviweniaa eU'aiiicr. liijrm Vut
Id at I a. m., flv miles weat, a thre
Riaated loaded ship.
Tides at 'Astoria todayHigh, I! 1)
a. m.. I I feet: 1:17 p. m . 7.4 fet Low,
7:ii a. m . 0.4 feet; T-H P- m I t,-.
' Jgaary Travel So Saaatda.
Hundreds of people era solng
to 'lat"P beach sod i... I
returning from thla po.ii.r i-n. v
sort ay that never l,....r l...- .
had tl excellent tralu j-h1 .. i
nw i;ng given by t.. a.--.. .
Columbia Itlver railroad t t .-. i
reaorts onlr fonr h.i' r'
f-oliinihla river to t 1
Xo Ihrounh rlri I, nv ,
and p. in, 1,1 ' '
1 IA n. in. CMtv t .... i i a .