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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY EVENING. OOtDER 2, 1907.
MTSTERN ACAI'KMT v DANCING
school, K. 8. Crter, prln.; ( BBsUtants.
: Including lady; clans Mon.. Thurs., Sat
eve.; lHula cla 'i'hura. erternoon; cmi
.4 Bft.rhiinn' ror 2d anrt Mop.
I huF.' Kl NGLKR DA NCINtJ ACADKMY;
a select school: class or private leev
(ini daily. 2HH K. Morri.nn. rnm
M J. WAI.8H CO.. SU STARK 8T.
Klectrlc and gaa fixtures and supplies.
fnentels. tiling. arstes ana amiruna.
'. wiring, auppllaa. 84 1st, cor. Stark. Wain
6- R- M. late, war.
VESTKRN ELECTRIC WORKS. SI
ih at. Contractors, electric auppllaa.
motors and dynamoa; wa lnataii light
" .. nlanta. -
MORRISON ELECTRIC CO. 2 9 1
Morrlion at Fixtures, wiring.
pairing. F.aet 8128. or B-l:
jTaTrUAN K.8-MOR8 B MOTORS AN
dynamoa. A. v. mo ,..."
Stark eta. ' ' 1 -
FEXCK AXD VHUt WORKS
. 2d and EverettBti
. phone Main 800.
STATIONARY AND MARINE; F.LEC
tri ooulpmenta; launches, accessories;
wholesale and retail; ngtne repairing.
Relrraon Machinery Co, J$I-t-8 Morrl-
aon n. .
- BHElflPlEIJ) MARINB ENGINES, ANT
nroneller. -. Fairbanks, Mora.
Jet and Btark Ms. '
WINDOW AND DOOR SCREENS MADE
to order.. Portland Hardware Co..
T4 th. '
THE BELLTCVUK. EUROPEAN PLAN.
4tn and Baimon.
HOTEL Portland, Am. plan. , 88 day.
E LV EDERE. European; 4lh and Alder.
ISAAC L. WHITE. FIRE INSURANCE.
44 Sherlock bldg.
tm vi.. I V'Onrv EMPLOYERS'
blllty and Individual accident aecurlty
bonds of all kinds. Phone 47. 0S Mc
Kay bldg. -
J. WO!J, RELIABLE WATCHMAKER.
MaliiKprlnas 76c. 6(15 Wash. Pac. 660
LEATHER AD FIXDIXOS
CHARLES L. MASTICK ft CO, FRONT
and Oak ate., leather and aklna of
every deeorlptlon for all purposes; -aola
end tap etittera; flndlnya. '
.WANTED AND FOR BALE ALL
klnda. Including approved foreat re
verve acrip for surveyed, unsuryeyed,
timber and prairie government land. H.
M. Hamilton. 'The Portland." Portland.
MOXEY TO LOAN
MONET MONET MONET MONET
MONET MONET MONET MONET
MONET MONET MONET MONET
6ALART LOANS ON PLAIN NOTES.
GET 110 TO 100.
NO MORTGAGE NO INDORSES
"ABSOLUTELY NO BECURITT."
IjOWr ST RATES EASIEST PAYMENTS
A CALL WILL CONVINCE YOU.
REMEMBER, IF TOU WORK. ,
WE WILL ACCOMMODATE YOU.
WHAT MORE COULD YOU A8KT
RAILROAD MEN A 6PECIALTT.
BTATE BECUBITT CO r.
704 DEKUM BLDO;,
HOURS I A. M. TO P. M.
WED. AND SATURDAT TILL 8 P. M.
JwfONET MONET MONET MONET
MONET MONET MONET MONEY
MONET MONET MONET. MONET
MONET TO LOAN
On Improved city property orjor build
ing purpooea, for from I to 10 years
time, with privllega to repay all or part
of loan after two years. Loans ap
proved from plana and money advanced
as building progresses; mortgages taken
tip and replaced. t
FRED H. STRONG, - Financial Agent.
142 BtarX Bt.
rAwmncMTTir. T.ni' rV haI.
arles, lnsarance policies, pianos, fur
niture, warenouse receipts, eic.j any un
serving person may secure a liberal ad
vance, repaying by easy weekly or
" jnonthlv Installments.
NEW KRA LOAN ft MORTGAGE! COM
- 808 Ablngton Bldg.
JUNCLR METERS' LOAN OFFICE. 148
3d St., near Alder, established 1870;
rid and reliable; any amount loaned on
watches, diamonds, jewelry and aeal
kina, - -. ... i v.
tdONET ADVANCED SALARIED PEO
' pie and others upon their own names
without security; cheapest rates, eaalest
payments; offices in 80 principal cities;
save yourself money by getting our
term first, . ' ,
. . t . TOLMAN, 123 Ablngton Bldg. ;
104 hk 3d st -
MONET LOANED TO SALARIED PEO
ple Just on your own name; don't
borrow until you see me; my system
Is the best for railroad men, clerks,
bookkeepers, streetcar men and all other
employes; buainess strictly confidential.
V. A. Newton, 811 Buchanan bldg, 388
MONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTELS. '
Anything you mar need, come In and
tell us about it; everything confidential;
courteous treatment; reasonable rates.
W. W. SMITH ft CO.. ,
55 H Alder, cor. 3d, room 1.
money, mortgages, bonds for deeds or
contracts of sale on real estate, either
country or cltv property. ' H. E. Noble,
Commercial blk.. Id and Washington.
LITTLE LINERS. WANTS,' LOST AND
found, for sale, to let, etc.. In The
Journal cost only 1 cent a word: 18
words or less 15 cents each insertion.
Vhones Main 7178. Home A-3230.
liON'T BORROW MONET ON SALARY
until you see - ."...' - ..-
Hnttcn Credit Co. V '
613 Dekom bldg. "
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE,
chattel mortgages or personal ae
cnrUy; notes bought. C, W. Pallett, 304
Fenton hldg. '
XON T WOHRT $10 T6 3100 LOANED
salaried people, with or without se
curity. Crescent Loan Co., 428 Mo-
til lCK LtlANS ON ALL SECURltlEd;
B. W. King. . 45 Washington bldg.
TfHln 4100. ' ' ' '
J.I ONE Y TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS
of aecurlty. William HolL room 9.
,W n h t nglon oldg. '
;.iv. ,vto loan In 3600 t6 35,606:
iarleon ft Co., Commercial. - Phone
r'--'io 1198. '
IajAN FOR THE ASKING SALARY
or chattel. The Loan Co.. 410 Dekum
: ir.'iAGES wanted. Inside 6r
i.iirlwn; charges right. W. S.J
nkv bldg. . Main 7828.
,i J-MALI.EH SUMS TO liOAS
proved city property. W-38,
l,i tAS 17.1'UO OH LESS.. PER
. n real entate. Farrlngton, 313
I'KCTING CO. IN VEN
"1: e are builders of
mery, dlei,. models, etc.
! t.,1 "p'Tialft l', lind'T
: ! office. 264 Stark St..
1 ' Hirlfrt, niHpnper.
... (..: "t T ' k i;c0.n
i), eftw nillls, IC. 248
NFtr A K1NGBI.KY. 288 1ST ST.
, Portland leading marble and granite
MANDOLIN. Ot'ITAR. BANJO JKSHB
Parker, virtuoeo, lata of Illlnola Col
lege of Music. Tllford bldg, ltb and
NO RMAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC, Z. M.
. Parvtn, MuaDoc. 15 Ruaael bldg. Volot
culture, piano, harmony, counterpoint
FlANO, VIOLIN. CORNET, TR03t
Done. Clarinet. rroiMmjr tu. a, oiuhu.
292 12th at. Home A3360.
ON"OCTOBER FlRSf t WILL 6PH'
class In muslo , for begin nera only;
prices reasonable. Phone K-8088.
ANT OFFER TAKEN FOR ONE $50
and one 280 Reed-French piano or or
gan ccrtlflcatea. N-22. Journal.
LESSONS too. PIANO, GUITAR. BAN
JO, mandolin, violin. 8tt let Pac. 1008.
THE PORTLAND - I N 8 TI T U T E
Ladles and gentlemen, If you are In
trouble about the condition of your
health, do not fall to consult me. I can
convince you that I can help yon by
natural methods. Consultation and ex
amination free. Dr. Isabella M tickle,
S50 Morrison St. Room 10. Phone
Main 720 or A-K44. r
BR, LiLL'EBELLE lPAftfcR6M."8PH:
clallat on nervoua. acute and chronic
diaeaaea. Office 117 Fen ton bldg. Phone
tR. R. B. NORTH RUP. 41S-U-17 DE
kum bldg., 3d and Washington sts.
Phone M aln 849. Examination free.
tR. CLYTHIE RAMSEY. 414 MAC-
leay bldg. M.
K20: A-4741; res. M.. 7604.
Mann & Beach, Printers 1
93 1st St. Both phones.
OGILBEK BROS.. PRINTERS CARDS,
billheads, etc. Main 1868. 1I4U 1st.
E. U E. WHITE CO, luSVs 1ST ST.
PAIXTS. OIL AXD GLASS
BAS8-HUETER PURE PAINTS WEAR
longest, go farthest. Hueter's Su
perior Varnishes, standard for (8 years.
Wholesale . and retail warehouse Ral
eigh and lUh sts. Take "8" car, or
phona Main 7(88.- Free delivery, with
In city limits. -
CAPITAL . REFINING CO," HIGII
grads coal oil, gaaollna, lubricating
oils, etc.; satisfaction guaranteed;
wholesale and retail warehouse. Raleigh
and 13th sts., phone Main 7438.
F. E. BEACH & CO., THE PIONEER
Paint Co. Window glass and glaalng.
13S lat St. Phone 1334. '
FOX CO SANITARY PLUMBERS,
831 2d. bet. Main And Salmon. Oregon
phone Main tool. T
boNNERBERG A RADEMACHER RB-
moved to No. 803 Burnslde st.
DUFUR DUFUR, 84 WELLS-FAR GO
bldg. Phone A-6334; largest and most
complete stenograpnio otrice in west.
MISS L. B. MAT. 602 SWETLAND
copying qeeos ana apstracta spec ity.
FATE KANDLE, 4&T" SHERLOCK
P. C. STAMP WORKS, S49 ALDER ST.
Phono Main 710.. Rubber ttamps,
seals, atencila; baggage, trad checks;
brass nlgns and plates.
ALL ABOVE. ALSO SLUGS. NUMBER
Ing machines, check protectors, office
Stationary. P.- D.-O. Co 231- Stark.
TIN ROOFING, i GUTTERING, RE
- pairing and general lobbing. Jr. Loall,
1 li Jefferson st. Pacific 14J4. -
COOS BAT DON'T BUT IN ED
monston'a addition until you see or
write the original owner. You buy then
at first cost, as otnrs tna. K. L. Ed
monston, 311 Commercial blk, ..Port
THOMPSON ft OGDEN REAL ES
. tate. Insurance, loans. Bee us before
buying. 848 Mississippi are. ; Phone
w oodiawn zox.
J. W. OGILBEE. REAL ESTATE AND
loans; , established 1888. 146H 1st,
real estate and rentals.
Bt. Main 8164.
806 V Stark
FOR FARMS OF EVERY DESCRIP-
tion. . w. W. Espey, 319 Commercial
W. WOLFSTEIN. DEALER IN REAL
estate and rents collected, 119 1st at.
WARREN CONSTRUCTION CO.
Street paying, sidewalks and cross-
ings. 14 thumper Kxcnange.
THE BARBER ASPHALT PAVING CO.
of Portland. Office 466 Worcester blk.
SHOWCASES AXD FIXTURES
SHOWCASES OF EVERY DEBCRIP-
tlon; bank, bar and .store fixtures
made to order. The Lutke Manufactur-
lng Co., Portland.
R. H. BIRDBALL, DESIGNER; AGT. M.
winter Lumber Co., 7 Hamilton bldg.
PORTLAND SAFE CO,-SOLE AGENTS
for Herring-Hall-Marvin safes and
Manganese Steel Safe Co. a bank safes:
3 second-hand fireproof safes and bank
safes, very cheap. See them or writ
us. 93 Tin st.
DIEBOLD MANGANESE 1 SAFES
Large lines carried. Lock-out a opened.
Jacks, jails, metal furniture. , Both
phones. J. E. Davis, 88 3d.
SAFES FOR SALE. LOCKOUTS OPEN
ed, autoe and machinery repaired. Co-
lumhla Gas Engine ft Safe Works, 344 2d.
MANGANESE STEEL BANK SAFES
original) fire-proof - safea, vault
fronts. The M osier Safe Co., 108 2d st;
CLEAN ( TOWELS DAILY COMB.
brush, soap, 31 per month. Portland
Launary ft Towei auppiy uo, sin ana
couch sts. pnone 419. .
SIGN AND SHOW CARDS
FOSTER ft KLEISER SION8.
We have built up the largeat sign
business In the city by first-class work
and keenlna our Dromlsesi Our nrlces
are right 6th and Everett ats. phone
F.xchanre 66. -
rSIGN8 THA AtTkAtff" t6Rfl
land Sign Co, 287 Stark. Pacific 1598.
TRANSFER AND HAULING
OL8EN-ROB TRANSFER CO,
Henry Roe. - W. A. Cleland.
F. P. Sheascreen.
' General transfer and storage; safes,
pianos and furniture moved, packed and
shipped. 209 Osk at Phone Main 847,
Pacific 1041. Home A-22 47.
C. O. PICK OFFICE 88 1ST ST., Be
tween Stark and Oak at.; phone 698.
Pianos and furniture moved and packed
for ahlpplng; commodious brick ware
house with separata iron rooms. Front
and Clay sts.
PENINSULAR EXPRESS A BAGGAGE
lranaier, 1t jtmer si. Mam 3171.
OREGON TRANSFER CO, 134 N. 4th.
Main 49. Heavy hauling and storage.
INDEPENDENT BAGGAGE ft TRANS
fer Co. Storage 234 Stark Main 407.
THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER AGENCY,
phone Main 7962, Jtalelgh bids., Port
land, O. See the new model No. 6 Oli
ver, before buying a typewriter. Oliver
t v pewrlter sold n1 rented.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND, ALL
mek"s. rented, repaired, sold. P. D. C
Co, 231 Stark. Tel. 1401.
fNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Northwest Corner Tnira at.i u. a eireeta.
" .T l i-, - R.,.in... IlR AK-1 s ISSUED Available
All Citlea of the'unlted Statae and Europe, Honjkonr? and Manila. Collections
rnaae on Favorable Terms.
Vli-Jraai.in' t ' t v i mNi.-i
- ; As'sistsnt Cashier
ADD TILTON, BANKERS Portland. Oregon, '"IVJn'1
- JJi". -.JH.xn. n nine DEPARTMENT
rinn books An itvtnta dtoHiix IntrBt paid on timdpoiM
si W rDIMt urtwaAU T a
' R. W. HOYT. ..t....... .CaahJer
1 ft C CATCHING Seeond Assistant Cashier .mmaJk
Tranaaeta a R.nwin. nmlnmi Drafts and Letters of Credit issnea
Available to All Parte f the World. Collections a Specialty.
M t r . . .
Capital paid op 84.9eO.00 I Surplus and undivided Pflt',i' 6I-,,'f
General Benklnc and Exchange Bualness Transacted. lBt,rV:t
Deposits. PAVINGS DEPARTMENT Aooounts may be P"d1 J1" a up"
ward. Portland Branch Chamber of commerce duuu ,. v,
UlrDltl . . . .U.mnr
T? IRST NATIONAL BANK Portland,
1 , CAPITAL. AND SURPLUS. 81.800.00
A. U MTLLB... ..President
J. W. NEWKIRK. .r. . . Caahlar
SECTTRITT SAVINGS S TRUST CO. Morrison twt. Portland. '
Transacts A General Banking Business.' SAVINGS DEIf RTJf N7.tatesT
- ; . est allowed on Time and Savings
urarta eni I ff.r. t rrft Aveiiume mi aii nru
C. F. ADAMS.
V. . . rrriinoin
A. U MILLS.
GEO. E. RUSSELL. ...
TITLE GUARANTEE ft TRUST COMPANY S40 Washington Street. '
MORTGAGa LOANS ON Portland Real Estate at Lwaet
t. THORBTTRN ROSS.. .President
UEOBGK H. HILL. . . , Vice-President
ww ORRIS BROTHERS. Chamber of
Municipal. Railroad and
T OWNING-HOPKINS COMPANY
U ,' STOCKS. BONDS. GRAIN Boncht
Private Wtrea. TtOOM 4 CHAMBER
U CTCCCX & LCOKC CCdpaiiyi
j . GRAIN. PROVISIONS. COTTON, STOCKS AND BUW,,;
WB DO A STRICTLY COMMISSION BUSINESS. iV - ,
Contlnuoua Markets by Private Wire, Quick Servloe. - ' ,; ' - '
GRAND CENTRAL .STATION TIME CARD.
Cottaa-e Grove Passenger . 41 P- rn-
California Express ........ T:4 p. m.
San Francisco Express ....11:89 p, m.
Corvallls Passenger ....... 7:00 a. m.
Sheridan Passenger ....... 4:1 P. nt.
Forest Grove Passenger ,.11:0 a. m.
Forest Grove Passenger ... 8:30 p. m.
Tacoma and SeSttle Exp. . .. f:3 a. m.
North Coaat A Chicago 14m. 8:00 p. m.
Puget Sound Limited ..... 4:30 p. nv
Oyerland Express ........ .11:48 p. n.
Oregon Railroad A
Local Passenger .. ....... :$0 a. m.
Chlcsgo-Portland Special .. 8:80 a. m,
Spokane Flyer J:0 p.wn.
Kan. City k Cht Exp. T:40 p. m.
Astoria M Columbia River. .
i Astoria end Seaside Bxp.... 8:00 a. nv
Astoria ft Seaside Express. 8:00 p. rn.
CaMtadisa Paclllo Rallwaj Co.
C. P. R. Short X!n,Tla Bpok. 7:00 p. m.
Via Seat, Vlo. ft Vancourr,44:80 p.W
Via Sumaa .11:45 p. m.
nil rnmmtMton mr3hanU, 140 Froal
st, Portland. Or.
PhmM Main 179.
. . ...... .
turlna Co. Manufacturers or xurni
inn fnr the trade. Portland, or.
WADHAMS ft CO, WHOLESALE OKL
cers, manuraciurwia .. -
merchants. 4th and Oak sts.
FURNITURE MANUFACTURING AND
special orders. L. Ruvensky furnl-
ture factory, QT Front si.
ALLEN ft LEWIS. COMMISSION AND
produce merchants, Front and Davis
ts, yortianq, vr,
.. .tt rra . I IT n U CI C. K E K Tt
"gla-Twar"Pra.C Hegal Co, Port-
LeWIS-BTENGER BARBERS' SUPPLY
n. v..k., aimniiaa barbers' furni
ture, rbers chalra. 10th and Morrison.
Low Rates From
he East 7
During September and Ootober th
Great Northern railway will sell colo
nist tickets from all eastern points at
greatly reduced rate. - - : '
wew Tork to Portland........ 8trQ.OO
Boston to Portland i2'i 5
Oalcage o rortland 3I33.O0
St. aal to Portland. ..
lw.Iollso rortlad I 2B 0
nmncn in purusiiu . . . a a
aUonz City to Portland.. " "
. pronortlonat . reduction from other
points. Now I hetlm o aena xor
your friends. ' Order for . tickets win
receive prompt attention.. Additional
Information on application toH. Dlck-
cl p. ft T. A- 123 Third street.
Portland. Or. Phones Main 880, Horn
A-2288. - ! -'
--Weekly Prelgat and Paaass
' tMcwlo of the Pin Steajsuiaip ;
leMTa POmTUsTB every acoaday, SiOO
p. nk. Croat ua-sxreex mox, iw
EMPIRE NORTH BEND
AND MARSH FIELD
Freight Received Till I ft b in Day
PA3UB Prom ' Portland, lst-olaes.
glO.OOi Bd-olasa, 7.00 Uolaalag berth
aad meal. .
Inquire City Ticket umea, inira ana
Washlnrton sts- or tjsn-streei iwrn.
POBTLAaTO AWDjrOBIX WW MO
, - .. , BOTTB . .... . ... . . .
, . PVOZT SOVaTB BOVTB
-s .;.' for. ...;
RITTU TACOMA, BBLLUratLAtC,
, . V . 1ISUTT. , , .
Balling from Couch Street Dock
October 3d, 13th and 23d
- 3r: - At p."m. : : -nxxamr
ow&r. ' , :
Connecting at Seattle for ALL ALASKA
F. P. BAUMGARTNER.' Agent
Couch St Dock. Main 881; Horn A-4181
btobtat pactpio stbamskip oo.fj
Roanoke and Geo. W. Elder
Sail for Eureka, Ban Francisco and Los
Angeles direct every Thursdsy at 8 p. rn.
Ticket oflloe 1(2 Third .near Alder.
OF PORTLAND, OREGON.
I Auiatant (.ashler .,.W.A. H
A. M. W ;1QHT
t f 1. TMTD Hi Vf Vle-PrsslO!"
I GEORGE M HOTT. .Assistant Caahlar
. . i - aimm a. n PYanclscO.
I J. T. BIIHTCHAEUi. .e--
Or. Oldest National Bank oa Paolfle Coast
8. DEPOSITS, 814.000.OOO.OO
I W. C. AT.VflRD.... " .l
R F. STEVENS. .Second Asa t Caehlee
Aocounts. acis mm- World
aoie on ra "Ly.. D.M..t
U A. LEWIS .....Fiwit Ve-Prl"
i a. -r. " i,. ..... Becretar
1 R. C JUBITZ uaoreiary
. Assistant Secretary
I JNO. E. AITCHISON...f 'SZTll
T. T. BVrRKH ART. .,.....
Commerce Building. ; ,
Pnhllo Bervlee Corporation Bond.
Established 1893 BROKERS.
and Sold t or Caah and on Margin.
OF COMMERCE. Phona Main tt.
r Mamnera Chleaea Koard Of Trade.)
couch Ndr, 4th at, near Washington.
Oreeon - Kxnreaa .......... T:18 av m.
Cottage Grove Pasaenger.. 11:30 a. m.
Bhsst mtpress ......... i;B" P-
Portland Express ..11:30 p. so.
WEST BIDS. - -
Corvallls Passenger ....... 8:68 p. m
Sheridan -Passenger I..... 10:10 a. m
Forest Grove Passenger ... 8:0 a. m.
Forest Grove Psssenger ... 9:80 p. m.
North Coast Limited
Tortland lxnreee . . .
..... t:00 a.
Overland Express' ......... 8:16 p. no.
Puget Bound Limited ,,....10:65 p. m.
Navlsatlon Oompaaj.. . .
Rnokane Fiver ........... I:0 .
Chi., Kan. City Port. Ex.. 9:48 a. rn.
Chicago-Portland Special .. 8:30 p. m.
Local fassenger s:s p.
II Astoria 4k Port. PSengar.ll:18 p. n
II roruanq express ....
CP. R. Short Line, Tin Bpok. 8:00 a. m.
Via Van, Vie. and Seattle.. . 4:16 p.m.
via Bumaa and Seattle 10.66 p.m.
Dally (except Thursdays). Leaves Aldet
street oocs T a. m, ,
... Snadaya a. as. fl reaad trip.
f: Hon BLsXaf MS.
Columbia River Scenery
- mzairuTom inn stxaiibbb.
Dally service between Portland and
The Dalles, except . Sunday,. leaving
Portland at 7 a. m, arriving about I
p. m., carrying freight and - passengera
Splendid accommodations for outfits
Dockoot of Alder st. Portland: foot
Of Court st. Th Dalles. Phons Main
814. Portland. . - s .
and Sargloal, Xa.
Expert Treatment Given
""7 vroBonrs aitd cwxldbzvs
Maternity cases riven SDeclal attan
tlon; up-to-date ; sanitarium in conneo-
uon. - ' - . .
' No charge for consultation, and cor
respondence absolutely confidential.-;. ,
Address ai correepondence to
The Dr. Mary Lane Institute
Medical and Surgical. (Incorporated.)
Rooms 6 to 14, Grand Tneatre bldg.
corner rark -ana Washington Streets.
v Phone Main 8?.
sTPBOXAXr : BOTIOB TO Til rtUia
Dr. Mary Lane, formerly with the
X-Kadlum institute, has severed all
connection with that Institution and will
be pleased to see any of her former pa
tients at ins new location, - .
II Free Admission Day' and Ev-;V-V
enlng Till Sunday ,-;'.
Three sessions dally, 1,000 new ?
katea , . , . n
' Old Mil, Chutes, Bowling t
Alleys, Carrousell, Coaster i
Figure 8, etc . '.. -. -,
CAIRO PLANS GREAT
:LTIME FOR PRESIDENT
(United Prew Leaaed Wire.) ?
Cairo. Ill, Oct 3. President Roose
velt will be In Cairo for two hour to
morrow morning, and extensive ar
rangements are being made for his re
ception. The business houses will be
bedecked with flags and bunting, and
a military company will lead the nar-
ade. The president will deliver a soeerh
here, which. Is expected to be one of
the most Important of his entire trip.
At ,11 o'clock he will resume his journey
Western Exploration ft Dredrlnk
company will be 8S cents sfter October
t. Buy today, lit Couch building.
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fcnllifta.il AfrMt lf li ,ri IllilS'ti in iMjiTfl i il.ail
The Sr. Kary Xass Znstituta, Ksdioal
TO IIIEJY CITY
New Steamer St. Helens Will
Soon Go into Cora- ;
MIGHT ALTERNATE "
Fin Steel Craft I Now Round for
San Francisco From Yard in New
.'r ... Jersey In Command ' of Captain
Jamlcson Formerl of Northland.
' Th large steel steamer' St. Helens'
now en the way from Camden. New Jer
sey, to San Francisco, is expected soon,
to be placed, in commission between this
port and San Francisco. This report
wag brought here this morning by offi
cer ,of the steam schooner Northland,
which came In from San Francisco with
about 200 tona of general cargo. The
St. Helens will be operated in conjunc
tion with the Northland.
The St Helens is a new caaft now
making her maiden voyage by way of
Cape Horn. She . Is being brought
around from the Atlantic bv Captain
Janileson, formerly master of the North
land, and It is expected (hat she will
reach San Francisco in about a month
from now. . SIM was constructed espe
cially for the lumber trade, and will
have a capacity for 1,800,000 feet' The
Northland and St. Helens, as well a
the South Bay. which makes an occa
sional trip out of Ibis port are owned
by-E. J. Dodge of San Francisco. It la
believed that enough general freight can
be secured for the north-bound voyage
to make it worth while to operate the
craft regularly, even though lumber
freights axe pretty : low . for th Urn
Captain Sorenstm of th Northland re
ports that - coming up from San Fran
cisco some heavy, weather was experi
enced,, but the voyage was neverthe-
lesa a oleasant one. A three-masted
ship was seen in th distance off the
Columbia, river bar. but her Identity
could not be made out.
The Northland brought about a doxen
paasengera, some from San Pedro and
the others from San Francisco. Going
south she will carry grain and lumber.
The grain will be taken on at Oceanic
dock And thSf lumber at Rainier.
The ateamer Oeorce W. Elder. Captain
Jesaen, which reached Martin' dock at
8 o'clock this morning irom can rwiro,
via San Francisco and Eureka, reports
having hsd to buck winds most of thei
way. A heavy Deam sea waa running,
and the passengers got the full benefit
of tha steamer's rolllna propensities.
They enjoyed the trip, however, many of
them wishing n nao lasiea wmw,
TWICE IN SHIPWRECKS.
6fficer on Steamer Has Violin That
, He Values Highly. .
.Walter Stewart second officer on th
British steamer Den of Airlle, has a
violin that he would hot part with for
money. He calls it a riaaie out
n evert heleee it is- a good Instrument,
capable of bringing forth plenty of
"eouL" Twic the instrument was res
cued in the nick of lime from sinking
vessels, and for several month in was
the" instrument in a kaiiit camp in
Africa. ..... . ..
Then Den or Aim, is nere loading
wheat at Oceanic dock for Europe and
Mr. 8tewart ha already announced
that ho will appear at on of th Sea
m.n'i Inatltnte concerts before th
steamer gets away unless she is given
unusually rapid aispaicn. --!-
"I boue-ht this fiddle in Dundee, Scot
land, on Queen Victoria's Fiftieth An
niversary Jubilee," said Mr.: Stewart
laat night after having rehearsed a long
repertoire of Scottish and Irish national
airs. "It is a French make, by Fran
cols Barsonl, out piays reels ana jigs
as well as the Marseillaise, and some
how I, have taken a iancy to it.
Tt was in 1387 I bought r ana in
1899 It went through its first ship
wreck. I was then second officer on
the British steamer Aberfoyle, - bound
from Rlgan for London with cargo
of s-raln. We ran intowa terrific hur
ricane in the Baltlo and shortly before
midnight piled up on a dangerous reer
south of the little island of Oland off
the mainland of Sweden. The entire
bottom of the steamer wa' ripped open
and ahe went down Ilk a rock, only
the forward part of th vessel remain
ing above water. Somehow we had
missed the light marking th danger,
but luckily for n a salvage steamer
came out half an hour later and took
us on board.-. I saved nothing but the
fiddle which I grabbed instinctively as
soon as we discovered it was time to
get away from the wreckage.
"In 1903 I was second officer on th
British sailing ship Brutus which drift
ed Ashore in Table bay in the hurri
cane that destroyed so much shipping
nd cost so many lives. Th Brutus,
Ilk all the other vessels that met their
doom that night was riding at anchor
In the bay when the blow came un
and drove her on the beach,' anchor
and - all. We (were castashore and A
found -myself "-there with- ther-flddl
under my arm. and that was all.
The Brutus wreck cooled mv love fnr
th sea for a while and I went Inland
to work in th mines of South Africa.
Then I started for the north and event
ually traveled, through the entire Afri
can continent . It took some time to do
that and for several months I lived
alone with the Kaffirs who were de
lighted to dance their native dances
to the tunes of o'd Scotland. ' Thev ha-t
never heard Anything like it before, but
were not slow In picking up fancy
steps to the Highland fling and other
bag pipe tunes. - -
"Soma of the musically Inclined Kaf
firs eventually learned to imitate my
pieces and they may be th rags there
yet, tor an 1 snow. .-.(...
TIDAL WAVE OX. BAR.
French Bark Laennec Narrowly E.
capes Being Swamped. T
(gpeelal Dispatch to The Jnnrnal.) -Astoria.
Or.. Oct 2. As tha French
ship Laennen. from New South Wales
with coal, was crossing the bar Inward
bound yesterday afternoon In tow of
ths tug Tatoosh, ah encountered a tidal
wave which swent all over the vesanl.
breaking the ekvilghts snd flooding the
canin, wasnen two men rrom the wheel
and had all the crew and officers wal
lowing round the decks. Bar Pilot
Archie Cann kaw the breaker enmlni
and sprang to the wheel and brought
ine veaaei 10 saiciy . , -. .
JTOHX, ANDERSON DEAD.
Popular Employe of Steamer Costa
Rica Passe Away.
The funeral of John H. Anderson.
carpenter of the Harrlman Portland
San Francisco liner Costa Rica, waa
held at 2 o'clock thi afternoon from
the parlors of the Erlcson Undertaking
company. He was one of the most pop
ular employes on the Costa Itlea and
hsd -been with th company for many
years. l He was on the George W.
Elder and the Sr. Paul when they were
Anderson fell - overboard from the
steamer Monday night and struck on a
floating fender, receiving Internal In
juries. " He wslked unassisted to his
berth after bavins been resnued with
considerable, difficulty, but later In the
evening waa seised wun aucn violent
,nlns that It was necessary to remove
him to the flt. Vincent's hosnltsl. lie
became unconscious st noon yesterday
and expired shout 3 o'clock.
Anderson was born In Norway 64
yeara ao. Iln "me to Portland about
30 yeara ago nii'l for sevornl yeitra eu-
faged as a IiuiUling contra lor. During
lint time hn tueoieil a large number of
resldeiicrs In the north part of the city,
snd laler hil',.k-i1 In the grocery busl
neos. at Seventeenth and Overton
streets. The death of Ills wife alxmt
10 years rhq rvlveil the spark of love
fur the sea that Induced Anderson to
leave his iiblive country more than
half a century ago and lie euganed on
the PortlHiul-San Francisco liners.
"Tie leaves three daughters snd two
sons. One of them, Henry Anderson, be
ing a rancher at Cape Horn, Washing
ton. One of the dauxhtsrs Is Mrs.
John Blied, of 4DI East Morrison.
STEAMER IS CHARTERED.
Belle of Ireland Will Carry Wheat
to Europe. i y.
" Kerr. Gtfford ft company chartered
the British steamer Belle of Ireland
yesterday to carry a cargo of wheat
from this port to Europe. She Is now
In Japan loading coal for Ban Fran-
U'Ihco, but Is booked to be .here for No
I vember loading. Buo Is a large craft,
having capacity for about 7,000 tons of
Hardly a day is passing without one
or more, steanunrs or sailing vessels be
ing engaged to load grain or lumber
at this port for the, orient or Europe,
all of which goes to show that Immense
quantities of those products will be set
afloat from here this set
Astoria. Oct 2 Arrived at 11:25
American steamer Alliance, for Coos
bay.. . . . - .
Yokohama, -Oct. 8.--Salled. steamer
Nloomedia. for Portland : arrived; steam
er Numanthv from Portland. .
' Astoria. Oct 2. Arrived In and left
up during the night, steamer North
land, from Sau Francisco. Arrived
down at midnight -steamer Noma City.
Arrived at 8:10 and left up at 8:40 a.
m., steamer - It D. Inman. from San
Francisco. Arrived at 8:10 and left
up at 9 a. rn., steamer Tosemlte, from
San Francisco. Sailed, at 8:40 a. nu,
French bark St. . Louis, for Dublin.
Sailed, at 9:20 a. m., barkentlne Gar
diner, City, for Redondo. Outside, at
It a. m... a three-masted bark, loaded.
Arrived, at, 10 a. m., French bark Bri
seux. from Newcastle Australia.
San Francisco. Oct. 2. Arrived, at
8 a. sn steamer Indiana, from Port-.
Astoria, Oct. 2. Arrived, at 7:20 and
left up at 9:30 a. m., ateamer Geo. W.
Elder, from San Pedro and way ports.
Astoria, Oct 2. Condition of the bar
at 8 a. m.. Smooth: wind, southeast
12 miles; weather, cloudy. -Tides
at Astoria today High water
10:10 si m.. 4.T feet; 9:28 p. re., 7.3
feet. Low water 3:27 a. m., L9 feet;
p. m., y feet - ; j.
ALONG THE WATERFRONT .
" - . If . ,. . , .;- f
The Norwegian steamer Elsa cleared
this morning for Shanghai with 3.003,
000 feet of lumber, valued at 347.870. '
The steam schooner Johan Poulsen
sailed for San Francisco today with
760 tons of wheat and 880.000 feet of
wlll be In the harbor lit ! this' evening-
Tk. . llll.M. r..l.U .a
from Coo bay.
Th steam schooner Anrelta had a
lot of freight for Astoria and will not
be at Alnsworth dock until this eve
ning. She was (expected there last night
but was detained at Astoria.
. The French bark Brlseux, - reached
Astoria this morning with a cargo of
coal from Australia.
Contractor Lebeck, of Astoria, waa
notified this morning by the United
States engineers department that his
bid for the construction of a new wharf
at Fort Stevens had been accepted. Th
contract price is near 311.000
AT ST. LOUIS
Triennial Council of Church
Is Opened With imposing
V V Religious Service.
(United Press Leased Wire.)
Richmond, Vs., Oct 2. An imposing
religious service narked - th" opening
this morning of the triennial council
of ths Protestant Episcopal church in
th United States. Within th wall of
Holy Trinity church, th leading Epis
copal parish ef Virginia, were assembled
th greatest minds of th clergy and
laity of this powerful denomination.
The bishops, or fathers of the church,
were there in greater number than at
any previous council. The -clergy were
represented by theologians of eminence
and orators of renown, tha laity by
financiers whose Influence la interna
tional, lawyers than whom there are
none more able and men of other pro
fesfltonswho have reached the top round
of the ladder of fame. It was a distin
guished gathering of distinguished men,
one eminently representative of the
wealthiest religious body of the Ameri
can continent Admission to the service
waa strictly by ticket, and when the del
egates had been provided for little room
remained for the local representatives
of the church, although these would
have been present in thousands had
apace permitted : -
, The service opened at 11 o'clock , and
waa preceded hr a procession of several
score of bishops, all robed In their can
onicals. These occupied the chancel,
within the railing or whlcn not a single
priest or layman was permitted. The
service, which did not differ from the
regular morning service or me aenom
lnatlon, was fully choral and was fol
lowed . by th ' triennial sermon. This
afternoon the house of deputies waa for.
mRlly organized and preparations com
pleted for . taking up the regular busi
ness or tne council.
Among the scores of hotable who are
taking part in the convention three or
four stand out conspicuously above all
the reat. On of these Is th venerable
Bishop Tuttls of Missouri, the senior
bishop of the church and the presiding
officer at the triennial. The mdst prom
inent representative of the leity is J.
Plerpont Morgan, the great New York
financier, who never fells to attend the
conventions of the chirch. - Two noted
visitors are here from abroad, the Rev.
Dr.-A. F. W. Ingraham. bishop of Lon
don, and the Right Rev. Edgar Jacob,
bishop of St. Albans. i
The presence of the two notftfl repre
sentatives of th Church of England is
due primarily to the fact that the con
vention begun today commemorates th
300th anniversary of the founding of the
Episcopal church In America. - Most of
the early religious wnrk In the colonies
. ..... V. i,i4kllAllnn a .
Wa QUI). UIIURl I", jtinnmuviuii ' ' . .fin.
diocese of London nd St. Albans, so fv
that it is especially appropriate that the
attend the convention.
The blhnp of London will present a
Bible in behalf of the King of England
to the old Bruton church, the first An
glican church In America. This Bible
Is a magnificent work of art, bound In
red Niger leather, with decorative treat
ment of Interlaced lines tooled In gold.
On the front and back doublnree sre the
arms of the king and the t'nlted States
respectfully, and on the back are the
arms of Virginia. This sumptuous Bi
ble will rest on a lectern. symholM of
Internationalism, given by President
Roosevelt. ' . .
FOUR MEN WILL, HANG
FROM SAME GALLOWS
11 (United Press Issued Wire.) -
Lancaster, Ps.. Oct. 1. Sheriff Zleg
ler has compIetNl preparntlons for the
execution of the four Italians who sre
to pay the. death penalty on one gal
lows here tomorrow. The execution
of four persons on a single scaffold Is
believed to be without precedent in
LI luuUI flLIHliu v
No matter-whether your fa
vorite brand i made in Europe.
Canada or the United State, w
have it. Our variety of Cheese
ia th, biggest ever shown in
The following by the pound:
Roman, 40c; Imported Swiss,
40c; Eastern Sage, 30c; Ohio
Swiss, 30c; Oregon Cream Brick
10c; Wisconsin Swiss. 20c; Til- '
amook Cream, 25c; Eastern
Cream, 25c; Limburger, 25c. .
Pineapple Cheese, each, 65c1
Edam Chees. each, $1.25.
The following by the Jar:r
Stilton, $1.50 and $2.25; Mc
Laren's Imperial, 15c, 30c and
55c;' McLaren's Roquefort, 20c
and 40c; Dutch Bierktae, 20c;
and 35c; Camelost, 35cj4Neu-
bauer's 10c and 20c.
The following " by the ' tin:
Cammembert, $1.50 and $1.25:
Krauterkase,' 50c; Brie, 50c and
25c; Romatour, ,50c; Holland
Kase, 50c. . '.'.'i-' j .i
; Camtnelbert, in wood box, 25o
(domestic); Cammelbert, Im
ported, in wood box, 40c
.The following in tinfoil, each :
. Fromage de Brie, 40c-, Neufcha
tele, 5c and 10c; Cammelbert,
10c; Sierra, 10c; German Bier--kase,
5c; Schlosa Kase, 5c; Ger
man Hand Cheese, 3 for 10c;
Canada Cream Cheese, 10c
, FIFTH AND STARK.
The Biggest, Brightest and Most
Complete Food Store on
I - the.. Pacific Coast. ' v. ;
$7.50 STARTS YOU
$1.25 A Week Keeps
$25 in a good watch is what you get:
at once, and If the head of th family
should, from sickness or loss of em
ployment be unable ' to make regular
payments, 1 carry yon until you "are
on your feet." Isn't that falrf
Prop. Franklin's Collateral Bank,
lag TOLST ST.. STEAK KOBUBUSOJT.
WE WANT YOUR TRADE $
' Winter la her nd w ar pre- '
pared Tor it. AH summer we - Ja
. were busy buying stoves end VjJ
Ciuiiiiuui. iir vui i 1 1 . i ......
3 succeeded in getting a very C
Vt . large assortment In Heaters Vir
we can furnish trie smallest '
wood burner to the largest Si
baa burner. We can also fur- Uf
nlsh your house from top W
- 833 HUT, 2TB AS 2CAZ3T.
: S. H. BARGKIt Prop. ,
Tl ll.l. Illi A . 1 . T
v- COFFEE T
v It is a mistake Ort the part'
qi a-housewife to buy poor
coffee ; it isn't good for any
Tour grocer return your money if you
don't Ilk It; we pay him. ; . : , . .
SCHOOIaS OF EUGENE
(Special DUpsteh to Ths JooratL)
Eugene, Or., Oct. Z. Monday, th
first day bt th second week of th
Fueene nuhllo schools, showed sn In
crease of 88 pupils In the grammar
schools alone over the previous week
and a considerable 'lnorease In th high '
school.- Not counting the new students
in the hlxh school, th total enroll
ment up to date Is 1229, which Is over
200 greater than at the corresponding
time last year, and counting th In
crease In the high school the total In
crease. Is perhaps nearly 800 greater.
It has been found necessary to engag
two additional rooms to accommodate '
the overflow of pupils In the grammar
grades. A new elitht-roign building Is
being talked of by the school board to
be erected before another term begin.
. , - Xcmeval ITotlo. . ' v
Mason, Fhrman Co. sre now located
In their new quarters, Fifth and Everett .
streets. k . t -
- Soothes Itching skin. Heals cut or
burns without a scar. . Cures piles, ec
sema, salt rheum, . any Honing. Ioan
Olntmsnt lour druggist sella It