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fHE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL!, PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 9, 1S07.
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SKIPPER OF FAST
Harbormaster Speier Ac
'' cuses Captain Big3 of V
INTENDS TO CHECK '
- EACING IN RIVER:
REFUSE TO ALLOW MAN
TO SERVE PRISON TERM
.... , :.-. - , , ... ' ' ,nr,-,r- Jf
(I7Blt4 Ptt Leased Wire.) '
Chicago, Sept . John B. MoCaffrey.
convicted postal carrier, kept the prora
1m he mad Judge. Iandia at the time
he was aenfeneed to on year for pilfer
ing matla and reported at Bridewell to
day wit hla wife. The authorities re
fused him admission because h had no
- Landl era n ted the prisoner a respite
of elxty days In ordsr to allow him to
ear for hla family. McCaffrey must
roam free until the Judge return to the
Numantla. Oer. tr .......... . .Albln I dlscuaelng the probable outcome of the
Queen Alexandra, r. -su, unnion
at Nlohnlaa. Am. ah ........... .Astoria
St Louis, Fr. bk..Pciflo Coast bunkers
Compeer. Am. sob... .Ralnlar
Strathnese, Br. as. .Portland Lumber Co.
llarbornukater Tlmea Boat and Find
Her Doing Nearly 14 KnoU Within
Houndarie of Harbor Whew 1 8
' Mllea la Treecrlbed Limit, i .
North Star. Am., tug.
Americana, Am. aoh . . .
v.niimr v,iij. ...... v.iii .... i t j -.
Alice McDonald. Am. sen Astoria
Col. de VUlebois Muriel. Fr. bk.. Astoria
Honolpu, Am. sch. ........... .Westport
liver J. Uleen, Am. ,..joDgue mini
. B. etetaon. Am. str.... Tongue Point
Eva. Glrnun aa .......... .Alaaaa a oca
Berlin. Am. ah. .............. ... .Alblna
-' la' swearing out a warrant this mora
i ing for the arrest 0( Captain Klggi of
the iteamer Telegraph, wbo Is charged
with speeding In tb harbor. Harbor
master Epeier shows hla determination
to make the port regulation! respected.
.Captain Speier timed the Telegraph
Saturday morning a, aha" waa leaving
' on her trip for Astoria and he says the
peed greatly exceeded the limit of sight
miles. In fact th boat is said to
have been making down stream at about
; 14 knots an hour. Rlgg will have to
answer for tha apeed of his boat and
if found guilty a fins of from 2t to
100 or a aentsnce of from 10 to 10
days in Jail or both fine and Impris
onment, awaits him. Catitaln Soeler
-at aa hie -eyes sm at leas twopthcr 1 Salvador. Am aciU
boata whlcn disregard the speed regu
lation "Shipping Interest demand that the
peed requirements be observed," said
.Captain Spelar thla morning, -"and it la
my duty as harbormaster to ses that
protection is given. This is not the
first time that rule have been" dis
obeyed, but It will probably b tha
harbor will be arrested and punished.
Untosa stringent meaaurea are taken,
owner will hesitate to send their ves
sels here. Furthermore, I shall see that
tha United States warshlpe that visit
Portland do not leave the harbor at tha
rat of speed the destroyer Paul Jones
maintained last spring.
-"Conslderabl damage wa don the
liner Numantla last year by ths swell
from the Jons and the channel waa
also affected. The city will fee that
to shipping Is protected."
, WILL AID SERVICE. . A:U
' Local Weather . Will . Soon , Receive
J,..-. LTlpa From Ocean.---: r-
District Forecaster ' Edward A. Beat
' received information this morning which
f:lve him hopes of. being in position
a furnish exact data soon concerning
the weather on the ocean and to keep
the publlo posted on wind and wave
- off the coast. Mr. Heals expect to have
dally re port a from vessels at sea and it
' will aid him greatly in foretelling
' weather conditions here, since most of
. the storms spring up on the ocean and
drift in , without much warning, i -
The welcome Information was con
veyed In a letter from Arthur A. Iaben,
Pacific coast manager for the Maasle
: "Wireless Telegraph company, which has
. just closed contract to install apparatus
on a number of steamer plying out of
" this and other Pacific coast porta. The
letter says In part:
" "Within tha next day I expect to
have the following ships equipped with
wireless and by ths aid of them I ought
to be able to furnish dally report from
- all point of. the coast from San Diego
to Tatoosh. The tug Fearless and the
following steamships will thsn be
equipped with the apparatus: Press
or pueblo. Queen.
Iwton, Oeo. w
. iroquoia. '
' Begular X.iaera Sue to Arrivs.
City of Panama, Ban FT.... '..Sept, It
Breakwater, Coos Bay .......... Sept. 14
R. D. Iiunan, San- Francleo. , , , 8pt. It
Roanoke. San Pedro and. way.'. .Sept. It
Arabia, orient ............. ...Sept. IT
Costa Rica, San Francisco, .... .Sept. It
jonan rouisen, nan rancisoo. .nept. xt
Klcomedia. orient ...............Oct. 1
Alesla. orient. .................. .Oct 1
Numantla, orient .Oct. 10
. Beana! Itinera to Bspart.
Brcakwater, Coo Bay ............Sept.
Johan Poulsen, San Francisco. ..Sept. It
jtoanoa, aan reoro ana way.. ..sept, u
Alliance, Coos Bay. .......... .6ept7 14
Redondo, Seattle .Sept.it
G. W. Elder, San Pedro and way.6ept.lt
Costa Rk-a. San Francisco... ..Sept 21
Arabia, orient ................. .Sept 21
Aieaia, orient. .... ..... ........ .net. 1
, Nov. 1
... NOV. 10.
Tla la for. ,
Tola. Br. h Elevator dock
Palgoner, Br, sh Columbia No. I
Be, Am. sch.-,, . Willamette J. A 0. Wk
Conway Castle, Br. bk.. Columbia No. S
Slam, Or. ah ..... . .Portland Lumber Co.
King Cyrus, Am. sch. ... i ..... .Astoria
Beulah, Am. sch. ...... . ....... .Astoria
Vineennes, Fr. bk.. ..... Columbia No. 1
. Numantla. orient
North King, Am. tug.
..Foot f Llnooln
. in i n
Casco. Am. atr.. ............. .Mayger a
Nome city, Ami atr... ...amnion
Northland. Am. atr . .Rainier
Costa Rica, Am. str. ........ Alnsworth
Break water, Am, ss .... w ..... Oak St reet
Kalomo, Br. as. .......... .Alblna dock
Glendal. Am. sch. Astoria
Wrestler, Am. bknt .............. Astoria
Wallaout Am. barge.... stream
Ibambev Carrier Ba Boat.'
Thomas L. Wand, Am. str. San Francisco
Coaster. Am. str.. ....... .Ban Francisco
Susie M. piummer. Am. sch. . .ouaymas
Wasp, Am. str San Francisco
Lttltla, Am. ach. ....... .San Francisco
Acnla VI CamnbelL Am. ach . . .
............... ..... San Francisco
Glendale, Am. ch. ..... ..San Francisco
Mabel Gala. Am. sch San Francisco
Andy Mahoney, Am, eh...San Francisco
Cascade, Am. str. ....... .San Francisco
W. F. Garma. Am. ch Sao Pedro
Virginia. Am. ach port Vo Angele
, Ba Boat Wlta Cemeat aa4 Oeaeral.
Buecleuch,- Br,' ah,. . r. .. . ....Hamburj
Brenn. Fr.bk m ".TiTiVTr. i . Ho 1
Europe, Br. bk. .............. .Antwerp
Genevieve Mollnos, 'Fr. bk London
Ren Kervller, Fr. eh.. Hamburg
Laennec, Fr. sh .............. .Swansea
Martha Rous, Fr. bk... Hamburg
. Ll.ll. Tl - kL - uT
nvHiuuiii,. . . . ... w
Samoa, Er. bk. , Shields
Thiers, Fr. sh. .......... .Newcastle. E.
Marechael Turrene, Pr. bk... Hamburg
Villa de Mulhoune, Fr. bk. ... .Antwerp
Ouethary, Fr, bk..... Antwerp
Plerrl Lotl, Fr.' bk., .. ... ...... Antwerp
Walden Abbey, Br." n ...Antwerp
Gleneaslin. Br. sh. .......... ..Antwerp
Versailles, Fr. bk. ........... ....Lelth
General de Boladeffr. Fr. bk.. London
General de Negrlar. Ft. bk London
Bayard. Fr. bk. Antwerp
VUle d Dijon, Fr. bk,,'.. Antwerp
Alice Marie, Fr. bk Antwerp
Eugene Rergalln. Fr. bk Antwerp
H. Haekfleld. Gr. bk. .... .i ,. .Honolulu
Arotio Stream. Br. sh.... ..Rotterdam
Crown of India, Br. bk....,, Antwerp
Cornll Bart Fr. bk.... Antwerp
Jules Gommes. Fr. hk. ..... .Rotterdam
Edward DetaUls. Fr. bk....... Antwerp
. OoaJ Bhipa Bm Boats.; . .
Belen. Fr. bk ......Newcastle, A.
Claverdon, Br. sh. ...... .Newcastle, A.
Wlllscott Am. bk.. Newcastle, A.
Port Patrick, Br. sh....,.Newcnatle, A.
St Mlrren, Br. ah..,. ....Newoastle, A.
Crlllon, Fr. bk .Newcastle, A.
Ardencratg. Br, bk.... .'. .Newcastle. A.
Eugene Schneider. Fr. bk. Newcastle, A.
Burfon. Fr. bk... ........ Newcastle. A.
Caatle Rock, Br. ah. ....... .Sydney, A.
neoniii, Br. aa ...Newcastle, A.
Knlaht Temnlsr. Br. ss.. Newcastle. A.
Tymsric, Br. tr. ...... ..Newcastle, A.
Henry Vlllard, Am. str... .Newcastle, A.
Thordla, Nor. str Morovan, Japan
Homeward Bound, Am. bk. Newcastle. A.
Emily Reed. Am.. h... Newcastle. Aua
AncarOa, Br. sh.,., ...... Newcastle, A.
Brlseux, Fr. bk.-r. ...... .Newoaatle, A.
, Tramp Steamer Ba Boat. .
Els. Nor. as. . . . ....it. .San Francisco
Amcan Monarch. r. a ...Japan
Inveran, Br. aa...,.. Port Los Angela
Terndene, Br. tr. , ., . ...San Francisco
Terje Viken. Nor., a. ... .San Francisco
Admiral Borreson, Nor. ss..,.,Ban Fr.
Barkston, Br. as. ....... .fian Franlosco
- . 'Oil Steamer So. . ','
Atlas. Am. atr.,.........8an Francisco
Maverick, Am. .......Ban Francisco
Ba Boat la Ballast to load Orals.
Gael, Fr, bk .....Puget Sound
Turgot. Fr. bk... Puiet Bound
Mlltonbum. Br. - bk.. .... Santa Rosslia
Dumflreshlre,' Br. so.. Port Los Angeles
Sully, Fr. bk , .San Franalsco
Celtic Chief, Br. SB. ........ .Honolulu
Admiral Corneuller. Fr. bk San Fr,
Strathgryf. Br. aft.' .Callao
Castor, Br. ah. ....... .......Valparaiso
Noemi, Fr. bk I,, -.Seattle
The first ripple of excitement came
when It ws discovered that counterfeit
ticket were being sold outside the
? rounds. It was said that a well known
ollower ef the gam, was responsible
for th fraud. - . '
Fully l.oou of tnese tickets ar said
to have bee disposed of.
Gsns, accompanied by hi handsome
mulatto wife, entered th ground at
1:16 and wa given a hand. - Tb oham-
ion. escorted Dy hi handler, repaired
to th clubhouse in the eenter-rleid cor
ner to prepare himself for hla entry
Do You Feel Chilly, Then
Feverish and Ache all Over?
FmI Worn-out, Blue and Tire!? HavoYov
. Fresh Cold, With Froqneat Hacking
Cough? Sensation of Sorcncaa v
Y la tb Cnctt or Back
According to Wlllua Britt. Jimmy la
till at hla bom. .
There la more than a liberal crink
ling of women in th audience. Many
of them occupied seats close to th
Th colored brother at largely In
vioenca. . . . ;.
(Tor farther sew of fight, a rr
la olty ediUoa, pa- a.)
FIRE HORSES HAVE
VERY SEVERE FALL
Faulty PaTement Throws
-Three Animals and Truck
in a Heap.
waa raclns to th Haaelwood Craamerr
rire, narrowly escaped serious injury
lire of th truck' horses were
and possible death this morning when
The middle horse which
Astoria, Or, Sept. . Condition of th
oar at a. m., odioutso ; wina aouui,
five mile; weather, dense fog.. ..i.
Tide at Astoria todsy: High water
a. m., a. teetj p. m., g.t feet.
Low water 7:60 a. nu, .1 foot; l:0 p.
m, l.t feet. . -
- Astoria, Or., Sept t. Arrived down
during the night and sailed at S:45 a.
m. Steamer . Excelslsr. for San Fran
cisco. Left xtp at t a. m. French bark
Cob De VUlebois Mareull and barkentln
Wreatler. Arrived down at and
exiled at 1:20 p. m. Steamer Alliance,
for Coo Bay. Sailed at 1 p. m.
Steamer J. B. Btetaon. for San Pedro.
Arrived down at 1:10 and sailed at 1:14
f m. Bchooner Roderick Dhu in tow of
ug Defiance, for San Francisco.
Point Lobo. Hept. i. Passed
Bteamer Santa Rita, from Harford, for
Portland," . .'
Sydney.: Sent, t. Arrived German
bark Tellut, from Portland.
(Continued from Pag One.)
heavily on himself and ha advised hla
friend In th east by wire to have a
bet down on him, In discussing th
fight he ald: "If Nelaon can out
box Britt' which h surely did when
they met In thl city last month, there
i reason In tha world why I should
not make a still better showing with
Britt. I believe I am the best all.
around HS-pound man In tha world. I
can outbox and eutalug Britt, and I am
sure that I can atand aa much punish
ment aa h can. Britt has talked a
good deal about th wonderful . body
Here la s variety of tha
new shape in toft fait All '
tha ntw block every faca
can ba flattered.
For the Derby, the expert.
' mental form to Jutt feel
of the taata of the public. -
That ahapa that meets the
approval of the maaaea will
become the winter style, :
we arb sole agents;
The Beaver Hat
None betterfaw to goed- :
' for 3.00 -
1C3 end 1C 3 Third St.
punch he ha developed.' If he take
aowa nia nano to try ror my ooay, h
must leave hi head unprotected and
that I th only ohanc I want"
Britt ha nothing to desire la the mat
ter ef condition. It I th opinion of
hi friends that h la batter now than
at any previous tlm lino he took to
thrown to th ground aftsr stepplni
in a hoi In th pavement at Fifth am
fell first was painfuly cut on th
flank where it had ' slid along ' th
asphaltum. Th -heavy fir apparatus
wa jammea wun lerrinocorce asainet
the curb and crowded hard unon tha
animal as they ware shoved along th
nau surrace. . ah oi am nrmn aepi
their seata expecting momentarily to b
tnrown into tn air. -
Tha heavv trulr hnA alenkeneA n as
It crossed Morrison atreet, and then with
th way clear th big horses were given
a free rein and raced rapidly toward
the heavy cloud of amok at Third, and
Hoyt Juat as Alder street was reached
the middle horse stepped Into a hole a
couple of feet squar and several Inches
deep which decorate th pavement at
that point and was thrown to th street
In falling th animal trloned tha other
iwu noraea ana an inree war skidded
In front of th heavy cart
. . Little tlm waa lost ' in setting tha
animal on their feet again. Th broken
harness waa patched and th faithful
horse again aaahed toward th burn
ing building, th middle hors bleed
Ins freeK from tha wound cut In hla
leg. ' '
A similar accident occurred half an
hour later while boa No. 1 was racing
up airtn. atreet on Its way to the
barn for ooal. On tho corner opposite
th one of th accident to truck No.
I. th two horses on th hose cart
tripped a they turned east on -Aldan
Both slid along th pavament a dla
tanc of a doaen vards. tearing the
flesh from their aide. .
; DANGER ,OF BUILDIKQ. v v .
Whjr ' Mfll-Conatrnctlon ' . BdlfioeH
Should Not Be Erected.
"Th burning of the new Haaeiwood
creamery building thl morning shows
th fallacy of th position taken by the
local architect when opposing th pass
age of th building ordinance now In
fore in Portland," said a-Counllman
George B. Shepherd: "Many of the
architect and builder contended that
mill construction was on of th safest
typsa ot building; that th larg tim
ber of which th frame l constructed
are practically saf against fir.
"Whan th building ordinance wa
before th council I contended that mill
constructed buildings should not bo at-;
lowed within th llr limits, hut wa
had to compromise on a height of four
storlss on that and ordinary brlok build
ings in order to get th ordinanc
mrouga in council. ... .
"Th permit for th Haselwood build
ing wa th last one that was Issued
for that type of structure, after the
tour-story ordinance went Into effect
I called th attention of th building
Inspector to th fact that . It wa vio
lative of th new law, but a a founda
tion permit had been issued prior to
nm iKw LMKiii K anBCL in. nmntitf
cided that they were entitled to a per
mit for th main atructur.
''W have alwaya been too lenient In
Portland In framing our bulidlna- laws.
and must hereafter Insist on an ' ap
proach to nreproof construction within
in nr iimiia -
Don't let Tour case ran Into bronchitis,
or some other obstinate and dangcroua
malady, . The very best medicine to take
In such a case Is Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
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i chronic dis
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MODERN TOURIST HOTELS TO
STIMULATE COLUMBIA TRAVEL
. With a view to catering to tourist
travel along th ; Columbia river and
developing th Interest of th traveling
publlo tn the magnificent scenery ' of
thl famous stream, a plan la being
formed to establish mall but modern
tourist hotel. Mr. Jennie Madden,
who manage - the Oneonta. a -family
hotel at 187 Seventeenth atreet, Port
land, ha had plan drawn for a hand
ome bungalow to be erected a a tour
ist hotel at Cascade Lock.
Thl point la on of th moat beauti
ful on th river and 1 - th junotlon
where boat -running on the river flrat
meat west-bound train of th O. R.
N. Co. Traveler eomlng Or going can
top tier and enjoy th outdoor life
and resume their Journey by boat or
tel at Celllo Fall. Multnomah Fall
and other Interesting plaoe along th
river would in . tlm attract a larg
tourist business. 7
At present the traveler can only pa
over thl hlatorio route by train and
see whatever he may be able to catch
in glimpses of th rapidly passing scen
ery. Nearly everyone who travel by
train through th great gorge is seised
with th longing to get off snd devote
a day or mora to enjoying th views. '
LOVE CHILLS III
FACE OF BEATINGS
Mrs. Samuel Johnston Seeks
Divorce From Man Who
. . . .VPsed His Fists.
MESSAGE FR0H MAN
LOST ON COLUMBIA
AT THE THEATRES
"The City of New York." , V
Another of those comedv drama
Which th French stock enmnsnv
presenting at tn Star theatre was
given yesterday. "Th City of New
lora." tm French corananr nlava the
drama well and th acnlo tod of th
produotlou 1 mor . than .ordinarily
good. . , .
New Bill at the Grand. '
"Th Phranoloarlat' la tha ' fcaatlln
act thl week at th Grand. It I
played by Murphy and Wlllard. on of
th beet known. sketch in
deville. Al Joison. who Wa auch a hit
lest week, ha been retained, owing to
general requeat. Fltaa-erald and ftlldev
ar eccantrlo alngera and. dancer. ,.
Lyric Company Opening)
Tonight the newly organised Lyric
stock company will open It engagement
in that famous frontier drama "forty.
Nine," which I alway a favorite of
theatregoera it Mcturea life u a.
u u ei,., I. w. i - -t -.
great- Brrtf-Ger.- 1 1 f m wi f h t-mi iti IT,,'-, 'n, 'r0""1"
to gainsr aDout necreation faru I r - - """"
long before nooi
lght fan anxlou to e
th fighting gam.
for th bleacher box-offic to open wa
and th line waiting
at least half a mils Inns.
In th arena mechanic war ft 111 at
work on the ring and eeata. Outside
th right-field feno of the baaeball
ground th window of adjoining resi
dences look down upon th ring, but te
keep th occupant in thee house from
naving a ire view or in right pro
moter Gleaaon had several clrcua pole
erected, between which were strung
great atrlpa of canvaa, abutting off aU
Whll th workmen" r tightening
th ropes on the ring. Ben Sellg mana
ger for Gana, jumped on th platform
and objected to it slie. According to
Bcllg. Britt snd Oans greed. t Britt'
suggestion, to bow In n 11-foot ring.
sen louno. nowever,
that tha rlna
measured 14 feet each wav. H nf
course, -relsed y-awt- aid"tns4tee- that
me sise oe cut eown 10 IS feet or
tirere would be no fight. "
Britt was obstinate, but finally agreed
to toss a coin, the winner to nam th
dimensions. - (telle won.
At aiioitt one orolck th crowd began
to ror In. Boon fter that time, the
bleacher and grandstand wer about
one-third full. Th reserved seats
crowd wa slow te arrive, contenting
ltelf with ataadlng on tb outsld and
i Loatia 'James at Helllsj Tonight,,)
Th favorite actor Louis Jam will
present Shakespeare' comedy, "Th
Comedy ef Errors," at th Helllg th
etre, Fourteenth and Washington
strt. tonight Tueday and Wsdnes-
i"r nl!!U' ... Th ..Merrr Wive, of
Windsor," will be the bill Thursday,
Friday and Saturday night with a
special price matinee Saturday. Seat
are now selling for entire engagement
at bea-offio th theatre, . .
' "The Bohcmlaa Girl" Tonight,
- Thla evenlhg the Callfornlane will
give a grand revival of the undying
opera, Th Bohemian Girl.'' In - all
WhWn Is held defifer to the heart of
music lovers thsn "Th Bohemian Girl."
Tom Ksrl, director of the Callfornlana,
rromlsea a- strictly flrat-clnns rendl
ion of "Th Bohemian Girl" at the
Marquam. tieat are selling for all
performance. Including the matinee '
naturaay ana uunaay, , , ,
Dr. Samuel W. Johnston, who became
Intoxicated and failed ' to appear in th
circuit court Saturday to atand trial on
a charge of wife beating, waa aned for
a divorce thl morning by hla wtf, Mr,
Mtnnl VL Johnston, who charge that
about four month after their marriage
Johnaton began a aygtematlo cours of
abuse of hr.
afra ' Johnaton alleges that her hus
band falsely accused her of Infidelity,
failed to support hr and drank ao much
that h had to be removed to a sani
tarium for- treatment. In- May, 1S07,
It 1 alleged, whll thev were at dinner
at the Bargent hotel with a friend John
aton Degan caning ni wire vile nam
and ahe left th table and went to her
room, where she was followed by John
aton. , It waa then that the beating for
which Johnston waa arrested 1 alleged
to hav occurred.
Mr. Johnaton had to seek refuge In
another room and was left to pay the
hotel bill, sh Bays. Purine nearly all
of her married life she lived at her
mother' horn, and Johnston also mad
ni nome there, it I alleged, until Mr.
Johnston' mother refused to allow-him
to enter th hous. Mr. Johnston asks
that her maiden nam. Ainaworth, be
restored to her. They wer married in
PRESIDENT IS HAm"
OVER RIFLE VICTORY
: (Catted Prase Leased Wlre.l t
Oyster Bay N. T., Bpt. . Prs!dnt
Roosevelt , personally - congratulated
every member of th American rifle
teem which won th Palma trophy at
the international shoot , recently in Ot
tawa. He shook hand with each man,
ana tnen in
pleasure over th
speech xpreed his
BERNARD SHAW LOST,
FOR NIGHT IN niLLS
(United Press y Special leeaed Wire.)
Rurmniith. Wales. Sent, t After a
night' wandering on th bleak moun
tain sides', Bernard anaw reacnea vt
ae IV todav. and his arrival wa lmrr
dlately telegraphed to hi horn and th
searching partlas were called in. HI
disappearance had excited the whole
countryaide, and hundred were search
ing ror mm.
"I ii.ftf) Cmimh i4 fl Hk nw mm, I ha
aSeror from drPPl na oar aiomavasl
for th laMft tWO T.AI.. I kftT DwAfl ttktni ma
in na thr drnr. feat eon 14 tin 4 t r)lTl otilf
tnr tnnri iim. i win rmrBiiiDi vMctArvvsj
i thft ftnlf thlni for Irtdtf ttom ftoA
h nd a kp ih bov) im 99o4 ftokV
Campy c ATnAAno
Fleet . fimawa, Fth.TiM SnndrPe (JeedTl
KiTr Hlakra, W.kn or Orlp. la, M. Wa. hffi I
nld la knlk. Tba (onalne labial atama4 0 C C 1
aaranaaaa le aare oi roar atoaay saaa.
Sterling Remedy Ce., Chleag er N.T. get
Today and tomorrow will b th last
day ef discount n West aid ga bllla v"4--
United Coast Pr Leased Wire.
San Franclaoo, Sept. Th
gray wave of , th aa hav
; given up on mor mut but ap-
; pealing message from a victim
of th Columbia horror. Today
A. Migmor of lttl Forty-lxth
' avenue, - fan - Francisco, found a
bottl on th tld-awept beaoh
about a mil south of th ruin
of th Cliff House. In it wa a
paper. Curlou to know it coo
tents h brok th bottl and th
following note waa rsvealsd. It
wa th last dsspalrlng cry of a
drowning man. . ' . ,
, "Lost, Columbia, on raft. Tell
mother,' at 171 K. atreet, St.
Xxralav " JAMES KELLER. " ;
Word has been nt ' eaat to
' that addrasa. . . .;
Most everyone Is'earnlng some money, and aU
are saving or spending it' By saving you acquire
the first principles of thrift and success. ! A snug
banV'account will aid you greatly in your struggle
against unlooked-for misfortunes. You cannot make
the start too soon. ,
We place no restrictions. on the amount ' neces
sary to open a savings or theck account.
Your patronage will be appreciated. ' '
Merchants Sayings and
; 247 WASHINGTON STREET. I-
CAPITAL TULLY PAID
jrFrank" Watson. ...... a . ,r.y.. , . . '. . , President
R. L. Durham.........,,..,. Mf ...Vice-President
W. H. Fear. ............ . . i . .......... .Secretary
S. C. Catching. ...............Assistant Secretary
' """ Q.jnVTlVMttellhauptrr;: : 7... :.iTr Cashier H
Today and tomorrow will be the last
day of discount on west aid ga bllla
KNOWS Un " so
proYOcatlTe of &00& hnmor as
Gliirardelli's Cocoa Its dellc-
loos fragrance and sustaining
goodness f HI the most exact
ing gnest with generous Ini
piilsese v.The best thing too
tor Us owa
LEADING EAST SIDE DEPARTMENT STORE CORNER GRAND AVE. AND EAST AIDER
TRY FORTH! PRIZE
Offered by tb Beat Sid Soet.
ae Mara slnb for th best
or aaort eavsoa
. NONE HIGHER .
We Merchant of y
" th Drain on
Ybnr Pcrst Ught ; ,
The Grand Fihalfe of OKsT Great
. REMOVAL' SALE
Is now in full awing. Wednesday morning wa will begin to assart our well-esrnad position aa
the leading east aid department store In oar new and elegantly equipped premises at East
Morrison street and Union avenue, where two floors will ba devoted to tha display of tha lat
est fall atocks. There remain at our present store varied lots of merchandise from all depart
ments absolutely broken as to assortment In styles, aisee, patterns, etc, which must be disposed,
of without removal. 'y ; mt'7'm :
Our Removal Sale Prices Justify Your Final Visit ;
To our old store st Orand avenue and Eaat Alder street to assist us tn tha clearing out of the
goods left on our hands. We have always aimed to satisfy our patrons and succeeded la doing
ao. We have every reaaontoJpeUevstthst JUilsj---- - --
" The Final Wlnd-Up Will SaUsly Yon
As to prices, quality of merchandiee and fair measure offered yon on each and every bargain you ' ...
'will purchase. There are many opportunities left for you to pick and choose. The assortment'
may be minimized, but hers and there you may find just the very thing you have been looking
for, at ', . , ..-! '.-..,' .. .... ..
Thus we are ushering "out tha i era of the old store the store poseeselng the reputation of fate v
- and honest dealing at all times."-" ' . ; '-. f -r ;; ; p-r-y
Thus We Shall Usher in the Era ot the New Store
The store deserving your continued patronage, because of the reputation with which W. II.
Markell tt Co. will endow tha modern, new atore. which Is oracticallv In readineaa for tha '
-dirplay-wf our rrew Tnerchandite.' "": , " i ' ?-1 ;
' We Will Move 7c Host lilove This Week C '
But we want to move as little aa possible even of -recently arrived goods, so as to hav sll the
room possible for our new stock, snd prices sre marked accordingly.