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THE , OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY , 8. 1010.
certificates of rirliitry rrsntsd.
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Certificates or enrounaeni Krameu..
I Licenses for roastlnr trade a run ted
Value of exports domestic... $1,648,866
Receipts from all sources ...
nn1a nn Imnivrtl ' . . IS7.ZS5.4
Fines, penalties and forfeitures . ?J f5
Miscellaneous customs receipts ,.
Storage, labor and carta-
ICE III COLUMBIA
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Amount of refunds and draw-
FOXLEY LEAVES DOWN.
British Steamer Take. Fir and Red'
wood to Australia.
The British steamer Foxley left down
at noon today, In charg-e of Captain Tur-
Ticd Up Will Be in Operation her' down the river to, the sea. She Is
a valuable car.o of Oregon fir and Call:
fornia redwood. Bhe Is under charter to
the American Trading company, and hef
carso of fir was loaded at the McCor
mlck mills at St Helens. Bhe took out
900.000 feet of fir, and S,00.000 feet of
redwood, the latter being loaded at Jfiu
Expected That in Short Tirne,
River "Steamers Which Are:
An end of ths Ice In the Columbia
river Is now In sight, as ths weather
bureau prediction Is for rain and warm
er weather tomorrow, which will prob
ably put the river In condition so that
river steamers which ars now tied up
on account ot the blockade of ths river,
will soon be on their regular runs.
Although officers of ths steamer Al
liance, which cams up ths river rrom
Astoria yesterday, aft that they had
considerable difficulty - to breaking
through ths thin Ice, whlcn was frosen
over ths channel, especially rrom bl
Helens to ths mouth of ths Willamette
river, ths steamers going up and down
the river keep It pretty well broken up.
. Ther think, however, that with a little
moderation, In ths weather It will soon
disappear entirely. They say that the
thin Ice was about half an Inch thick.
A shoe of sheet Iron was hung over the
stem of ths steamer, to protect It on her
way up through ths lea, and aside from
scratching ths bow, It did no damage
to her. !. '- i
Ths steamer Sarah Dixon arrived this
morning with two rafts from ths Lewis
river, and although she had some diffi
culty In bringing them through the
Ice, she arrived with them In a safe
condition. Ths Wauna, which also
brought a raft up from Hayden's Island.
had to cut it out of ths les before she
could est it away from, ths shore.
If is reported that ths Clatskanis
river la frosen solid, and for that rea
on ths steamer Beaver is tied up for
ths present. . Bhe will go back on her
run as soon as conditions in that rlvsr
make It possible
Rlvermen say that a few days mere
of, the cold 'weather would have made
navigation on ths river impossible but
it is thought that ths moderation, which
Is already noticeable, will put ths river
in shape so that all of ths boats can re
sume operations in a very short tiros.
EXP6RTS ARE GOOD.
. ; " - 'saMiaaeiaa '
Statement of Collectors of Customs
' Shows Good Month.
fNiatftm, 4ranaaHna trtwt ia nin,l
of December, as shown, fn ths statement
forwarded to Washington by Collector
of Customs Malcolm give domestic ex
ports a good showing, but imports are
not so good. ' Ths total receipts from
all sources wers $37,884.1.
Vessels -entered from foreign Herts. 0
Vessels cleared for foreign ports... 16
Vessels entered from domestic p'ts.. 70
Vessels cleared for domestic nnrts.. (I!
Kntrles of merchandise for duty ... .130 1 Cisco.
WILL CUT OFF STACK.
Steamer Lurlint Remains Here To
day to Have Work Done.
Ths Vancouver Transportation eom-
Dsny's steamer iAiruns wui ds iiea up
today and .will not make her regular
trip. . Shs will remain hers to bavs her
tack cut down, as ths upper part of
it is in bad shape. It will be replaced
by a new one in a short time. It is
said at ths offices of ths company that
ths t-nrlins will leave down ths rlvsr on
her regular trip tomorrow.
Astoria, Jan. 6 Sailed at 1:30 a. m.
steamer Falcon for Ban Francisco; ar
rived at I a. m. steamers J. B. Btetson
and Shoshone from Ban Pedro via Ban
flan SVanMann Jan. i. ' Arrlvsd
steamer Roanoke from Ban rtdro; ar
rived at t a. m. steamer Santa Clara
from Portland via Eureka.
Redondo, Jan. 4.-Sailed schooner Ex
pansion for Portland; sailed on January
t steamer Tosemits for Columbia nver,
Ban Francisco, Jan. 5. Sailed at I p.
m. steamer Asuncion for Portland.
Astoria, Jan. . Condition at ths
mouth of ths rlver-at 6 a. m. smooth;
wind east. IS miles; weather, light rain.
Tides at Astoria FridayHigh water:
1:44 a. m.; 1.1 feet;. 11:14 p. m.. 6.1 feet
Low water: 1:41 a. m., I t feet; 1:06 p.
iil, 6.6 of a foot
ALONG THE WATERFRONT.
Ths -tug MsndslL which towed ths
dredge Oregon down to Gray's harbor,
has arrlvsd In Astoria and will re
main there until the lee is out of the
river, before eomlng up to ths govern
ment moorings. ' .. ,
Postponing her sailing hour until 6
o'clock this morning, on account of ths
lc n the river, the steamer Break
water left for Coos Bar, with E0 pas
sengers and 100 tons. of freight.
Ths steamer Casco, Captain Ahlln,
left- ths Portland mills this morning,
for Rainier and Kalama, to finish her
cargo of -600,000 feet of lumber. Bhe
will sail tomorrow night for San Fran-
Kntrles of merchandise free of dutr 14
Kntries for warehouse. .,........ . ... e
luitrles from warehouse for i con
sumption ... 17 j
Total entries of merchandise. v.. 187
Kntrles -for consumption liquidated. 168 j
luntrleg for warehouse liquidated.,. 4 1
The Oregon City Transportation com
pany s steamer Oregona is now re
paired, but cannot be floated until the
river rises about four feet
The - steamer j EureRa, Captain . Foul-
sen, will be due to arrive tonight with
passengers and freight from Eureka.
For a cargo of 800,000 feet of lum
ber, ths steam schooner Johaa Foulsen,
Captain Lancaster, arrived at the Port
land mills last night Bhe will (bad for
Ths steamer Northland, Captain
Erfcksen, which Is loading 160.000 feet
of lumber at ths Portland ' mills, will
leave down for Ban Francisco tomor
row night if ths Ice in ths river per
mits. - '
The steamer Alliance, Captain Par
sons, whlcn arrived - last night from
Coos Bay, brought 150 tons of coal
snd soma general merchandise, besides
26 passengers. ,
Ths steamer Rhaver Is tied up for
a few days while shs is having a new
wheel put in. .
Ths steam schooner ITnrnet Captain
Marx en, Is in port from Ban Francisco,
Bhe brought 1000 kegs of powder for
Martin's Bluff, and 400 tons of cement
27 drums of oil and 100 cases of oIL
Ths Standard Oil company's tank
steamer Catania arrived yesterday at
Portsmouth, with 11.000 barrels of oIL
Shs cleared In ballast for Ban Fran
cisco. -. .
(Continued from,' Fags Ona)
Jon, ths plaintiff,. Is insane. It would
havs been shown that ha was an Inmate
of at least two asylums before he start,
sd for Alaska In tha summer of 1608,
and that on shipboard ha became so
violent that hs was taken ashore - In
Irons at Sitka and afterward was
to tha " Crystal
- Evidence - would also havs been of
fered to show that ths allegations ' he
mads in bis complaint ars ths delusions
from which hs was suffering when .he
was committed to ths sanitarium that
his mental condition has been largely
Induced by alcoholio excesses and that
sines h left Crystal Springs thoss who
havs observed him at fit Vincent's hos
pital declare he is Insane,
Ths star witness for the plaintiff was
to havs been another insane man, A.
Ralph Hammer, now a patient tn the
asylum at Salem, who. himself has a
suit for damages' against ths sanitarium
on -charges similar to thosa made by
Turjon. -Hammer's father hss slso sued the
for alleged Injury to his son, the three
suits constituting a chain of cases built
up around ths same foundstlon.
.'9ni to Orssi Expense,
Th defense went to large expenss in
preparing for trial, and all these es
penses will be charged to ths plaintiff
In ths coat bill. iAs Turjon t has no
means. It may bs Imposslbls for ths
sanitarium to collect anything, but if
hs should attempts flls a new com
plaint, the court will have discretion
to refuse to hear It until iha costs in
ths caas that ended this "morning ars
heaid. .".' ' v '
Dan J. Vlalarkey, Charles H. Carey
from "the Judgment of Judge OuenS in .
allowing the nonsuit, A question of
l. la Invnlvnil-which llSS b en JlClJOU .
Iln conflicting way by Uio courts. ',On
case is now pending in tns supr-i
court. , '.;','',... t: ;. ' ' ' f; i
' John F. Logan made tha .motion, for
nonsuit for the plaintiff. ; He. came Into
ths cass only a few days ago and
speedily decided that ho could not go
to trial. It waa his . first appearance
in the circuit court to rgus a case,
since his. recent Illness.: , ;y ;
Although ths first American patent .
for-a metal pen was granted a twin-
mnrun in 1110. it waa half a century
and Harrison Allen, who appeared for 1 later that ths Industry began to flour, J
sanitarium, gavs notlcs of appeal I lah.
kegular z,iners Sue to Arrivs,
Eureka, Eureka ... ......Jan. 6
Roanoke. San Pedro .....Jan.
Rose City. San Francisco.... ... Jan. 11
Breakwater. Coos Bay .....Jan. It
Qeo. w. Elder, San Pedro. .....Jan. l
Kansas City, Ban Francisco. .-. .Jan. 17
Begula Liners Due to Depart, ,
Kansas City, San Francisco. ...Jan. 7
Alliance, Coos Bay. ............. .Jan, 8
Alliance. Coos Bay ....Jan. 6
Roanoke. San Pedro .Jan. 11
Breakwater, Coos Bay ....Jan.-12
ROs City, Ban Francisco, .......Jan. 14
Santa Clara, San Francisco.,. ..Jan.' IS
Oeorgs W. Elder, Ban Pedro.... Jan. 18
Tessela ta Port.
Northland, Am. aa. ...... .Port I-.br. Co.
St. Helens. Am. ss..- North Bank
Johan Poulsen, Am. as. .Inman-Poulaen'a
Kelburn, Br. dk mman-Pouinen
Koxley, Br. su. .....St Helens
J. M. Griffith, Am. bk....St Johns mill
F. 8. Loop, Am. ss. Inman-Poulsen
Ley land Bros., Br. sh... O. W. P.
Donna Franceses, Br. bk ...Astoria
Jean Bart Fr. bk........ Llnnton
Belen, Kr. bk ....Astoria
Altair. Br. pk. Columbia
Poltalloch. Br. bk..... Victoria dolphins
Berlin. Am. scb Uoble
Henry VI Hard. Am. sh. Astoria
Brahloch. Br. bk '.Oceania
Olenalvon, Br. ah. ....Portland Lbr. Ca
oulf stream, nr. Dic....xnman-POuisnn
St Nlohola-. Am. sh ....Ooble
En Bonis to Zoa4 Lumber.
Wellesley. Am. ss . . San Franclscu
Churchill, Am. sch .....Honolulu
Olympic, Am. ss ,..,...gan .Francisco
Casco San Francisco
Inca Am. sen. Ban Francisco
&. K. Wood. An. sen. .... San Franolsoo
tfarhoffer San Francisco
H. B. Bendixen, Am. son. San Francisco
Saginaw. Am. 8. B. San Francisco
Shoshone, Am. ss. ...... .Ban, Franclsor
Rainier, Am. ss ....San Francisco
Carlos, Am. ss..........8an Francisco
Tamalpais, Am. ss San Franclsoo
Forester, Am. sch.,.,;. Ban Frsnclsco
Yellowstone. Am. as..... San Franclsoo
Ea Boat With Cement and OansraL
fiossuet' Fr. bk. , Antwerp
uruion, rr. sit. Antwerp
David d'Angers, Fr. sh. ..London
Ernest Legouve, Fr. bk. Hamburg
a Perouss, Fr. bk.... ...Antwerp
Leon Blum. Fr. bk Ban Franolsoo
Manx Kin. Br. sh Antwern
Marechal Noallles, Fr. bk. ....Antwerp
Notre Dame d'Arvolr. Fr. bk.. .Antwerp
Wavertree. Br. sh, ......... Liverpool
Arctic stream. Br. an. Tyne
Oraia Tonnage Ea Boats ta Ballast.
Amlral Cecilia. Fr.' sh. Honolulu
Comllebank, Br. bk Valparaiso
Ls Filler. Fr. bk. Dublin
Pierre Lotl. Fr. bk. , Dublin
Rene, Fr. bk. i Ban Francisco
OU Carriers Sa Boats.
Atlas. An. ss San Francisco
Asuncion Am. ss San Francisco
Airgyls, Am. ss. ........ .San Francises
Highest Prices Paid for
Raw Furs j
Send for Price Ust
f 1111 n ITr
vs. II II
Leading Ladles' Outfitters
Fourjth and Morrison
sac and Retail .
e. q mwr :mmm Mem al e
' ; MERCILESS PRICE COWtlG
EXTRA SPECIAL IN FUR DEPART
MENT FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
INCLUDING ALL FUR
COATS, TIES, MUFFS,
CLEARANCE SALE-EXTA SPECIALS IN MILLINERY DEPT.
Trimmed Hals, Values to $20; Divided Into t Lots ,
Values to $4.0a
Values to $10.00
Values to $12.00
LOT 4 4
Values to $20.00
EXTRA SPECIAL REDUCTIONS III CW
UNDERWEAR LEATHER GOODS I HANDKERCHIEFS, I CHILDREN'S WEAR
Kt Clearance Sale Prices Priced to Close Out M Halt Price REDUCED
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Store-v Ji '-J ''sr -' ' ' ' ' C Ul
LLUi. -AX J J. J UA.J ... vJw VbVUO I - '
in Shoes, Dry
Goods and Ready
The East Side People's Store 388-390 E. Morrison St, Near Grand Ave.
' , Out goes every short line, out goes every odd piece in our stock, out goes all Winter merchandise The prices will move them all; and here are such price cuts as even we 'have rVely announced heretofore. Not half
of the good things are advertised. The short lots are reduced to the lowest prices and given no newspaper publicity. Every nook Bnd corner of the store is teeming with bargains. You will be amazed at the buying possi
bilities awaiting your dollars at this gale. Thousands of our regular patrons have been awaiting this event. If you have never before responded to one of our 6ale announcements, come expecting the biggest Values for your
money you have ever been offered. .WE QUOTE NO FICTITIOUS VALUES IN OUR ANNOUNCEMENTS MAKE NO MISLEADING STATEMENTS - WHEN WE DO ADVERTISE BARGAINS, THEY
ARE BARGAINS, AND NO MISTAKE. . PEOPLE KNOW THEY WILL GET, THEM, AND THAT THEY ARE WORTH COMING FOR. The following items on sale at the cfuoted prices Friday and Saturday- two
days of tremendous value-giving. V j V, ' - , ' '"- A- . . . . ' '' - -
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"BURSON- STOCKINGS FOR CHILDREN'S WINTER COATS EXTRA SIZE 'COMFORTS HOSE SUPPORTERS In black ' WORK SHIRTS ' R & Q. CORSETS ' ' PAD SUPPORTERS
WOMEN The stocking without a -AUjfce. and color.r;b Kersey 'Silkoline, overed. extri tufted ZJSlS . 9C All color., all sizes, in sateen and All size,' in the latest model, medi- Satin 4ds, oUW or 'frilled 1
.seam, .econds of the 25c and J5c ;w;,Coeriot., heavy eight .for Comforts, filled with pure white . . chambray work Shirts; the ,wm high bast, long back and 7C elastic, best 25c qualities, at IC
- i.vi.. :t.'Mb ii.v Ji winter wear; sold all season at cotton; our regular $1.75 seller; 75 - best 50c qualities, at JC front, Friday and Sat, at I DC - -
qualities.. In black z,. isle.or of them, for the two day. QO. FUR NECKPIECES ' , . , - ;
medium weight tton; .11 sizes, price only, ....... ....... sI. 30 only at ...i70C Urge ,d .mail .hapei la Tounm '. TT I .-anwincif
Friday and -Saturday, four pairs' ' ' ... and Mink Furs; regular $3.98 and wnnT Hi0 nTAWPTe . v' N ' . -Zl Jr, . L
toaWomer.a,the. JQ HEATHERB LO O M PET- OUTINQ FLNNEI(X)0 yards Sty5. l ..$1.39 Zi'lT - -RUST PROOF CORSETS ; BASTING THREAD
?ia 1UC TICOATS-50 dozen black heath- of the best 1 5c quality Outing Flan- ' ' A .7 , l ,n All the new shapes, long back f g yd spools, C
: l erbloom or mercerized sateen Pet- nel, invwhite, cream, pink or blue, tTZl I 7? 1 ?i i style., in coutil or batiste, double 3poot for
; i ,. . ticoats, made with deep flounce or striped patterns; 20-yard Q 'SAFEXy pINS-:A11 sfees m 2?. , S stayed throughout, all .e.; OA'
.WHITE CAMBRIC PETTI- .and besi $1.75 and $2.00 bmit, aythc yard,.......v....yC, best Sc quality, at, the dozen .'..ZC XVem .Tlsm $1.98 ay and Sat, at, the pr. JC
. COATS Of the best quality nain- values, on Sale' Friday -and QO . ... .. , ....... ..,...,.,' i . -I - ' .TOOTHBRUSHES
.sook,;,deep. ; embroidery flounce; . Siri:':r''.'''rf0C. BLEACHEDMUSLIN 36 inches WOMEN'S COATS' i ' ' ' ' " ' ' Ten gross of. the best 25c qual-
. sold regularly by us at $Z25-a lot wide; best 12c grade; 20 yards ,' . . t. Ur.- t i m WOMEN'S WAISTS - ... WOMEN'S UMBRELtAS ity bristleTooth . Brushes, A
of 10 dozen on sale Friday QO LINGERIE WAISTS White ba- to a customer, at the yard, g JST qJI TZlZm. each-all you want of them IOC
.and Saturday at, each 5C tiste and lawn materials, with hand- nly shades, black, mixed grays and the Secke 2 rod frame, rainproof coverscheap
; ; some embroidery insets; all new gj ffSSSt' $10.50 striped effects; 20 styles to select grridS'"'I?d,''KBr'fi 3Sc 'MEN'S" SUSPENDERS '
styles, spnng 1910; best $2.00 and WALL BURLAP Heavy weight, . from; the best .$1.00 values, rft for. Friday and Saturday JJC . MEN S SUSPENDERS .
WOMEN'S SUITS g'"-' h.aLwt ba! 98c in recn red; best 19c 0. 1 ! Friday and Saturday each OUC ' Qne feest jQtf -j,. -,
shown Friday and Sat. at UOL quality, at, the yard laSC LARGE TOWELS ' ' ! tic lisle web Suspenders, with kid
We have a ' small lot 20 only , , . . ., tthVo-bt t,aw t tW ends, for the two days at, 1C
t .. . Heavy weight, best 15c quality . - UMBRELLAS FOR MEN AND the pa r see - them today IOC
women's Smts. Our policy is to PILLOW CASES 50 dozen 42 by TOWELS Linen finish, Huck face Towels, on sale for the .MEN'S ALL WOOL CASH- - , WOMEN - P ; M
clean up each season. Values range 36 inches, extra? quality " muslin Face Towels; good, generous r two days, ar, each. VC MERE SOX , 1 s Full 26 and 28 inch size a hand "
from $15.00 to $20.00;'sizes 34, 38, Ces, made with' a wide hem,; Q sizes; best 10c quality, each... .DC J ; Black, with "gray merino tipped s6me line of handles, overOO urn ' , W PAPtrp""'
40 and 42., Your choice tJC Art ' "s. heels and toe,; 'best 25 c 1 r brella. that sell regularly at $2.00 " i , PAPER
while they last, . uit....i ,$5.0U 1 tttptatm pnnn 7 r- . " rWZl $FA . .1,t3r'.th Pair V-3C each, on .sale Friday and tft nH AlUolors, at two sheets. f or.. ;,S
UNBLEACHED MUSLIN Best CURTAIN RODS Brass Exten- UNION SUITS ' s ' ' Saturday only, at, each $1.00 " :'?'. .rh- v , ,
-TTTrr-. ; l$?idL1 fa mAlVS 6C 7er.ey-; ribbed,, lightlyj fleeced, MEN'S WOOL' FINISH UN ""'""' ; '-' : ' "
WOMEN'S RAIN CAPES-Rain- 8 ' ' S - cream color, winter weight combi-. . E ' nfiRWRAR " " -FLANNELETTE GOWNS
" ,, , .. '.,,v,.-"... ....... . ... ..... nation "suits for women, sold ev- ' viwis t . (- ,n , ' '. . ,. '
proof rubberized Ram ape., full AMERICAN PRINT CALICO- COMMON PINS-AII - sizes, , full erywhere at 65c j our ' price "for Made full and of a good eight ' ..PEARL BUTTONS Se? N.?hf Cow
!Slm'5l5.Jr-atBd S2 98 A" color, of the best made, count stfeel Pins, special for 1 the suit ' Friday and Sat, flannel; all sizes; the best JO AH.siies, best 5c kindWresh V, sizes, d E the best 75c grad OA
brown; $6.50 values, at...s70 at, the yard ..,.......,.r..,JC the two day. at, package...... 1C two .utt. lo a customer, at LVC 75c quality, at, the;garment tOC water pearU at, the dozen LC Friday, and Saturday, at, ca! OVCS
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