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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 22. 1910.
E TO HANDLE
James J; Richardson .Says
" V Richardson Steamship Com
pany Will Run More; Boats
This Year. ' .
, Large contracts for the transportation
of coastwise freight during- tha coming
year hava been entered Into between tha
Richardson Steamship company and dif
ferent local - rnerchanta, according to
James J. Rlchardaon, local agent of tha
oompany. who returned yesterday from
San Francisco, where he went in ma in
tereats of tha company, '
Mr, Rlchardaon aald this morning his
company expects to do an exceptionally
Urge business between Portland . and
. San Francisco this coming season,' and
that they are going to handle mora
boata than aver between tha Jwo porta,
contracts having been made that will
require tha placing of - mors a team
schooners on the run.
"Tha harbor commissioners'- of San
Francisco are gdlng to give the Richard
son company a new berth at tha Filbert
street wharf," said Mr. Richardson," and
having a regular berth for our steamers
we will be able to handle the bualneaa
' with much roofe facility than ever be-
fore, and the prospects for the coming
. year are fine.
"Among the contracts that we have
signed wltluPortland merchants for the
handling of freight during the next year
Is one for 20,000 tons, whicn the steam
ers of our line will transport. This Is
Only one of several which wa have
. Mr. Richardson said that the company
was very well satisfied with the busi
ness that they have done during the time
since they began runnisg a regular line
of steamers to this port, but he predicts
' that it will be a great deal heavier In
J. N. TEAL OFF WATS.
Steamer Nearly Ready to Go on Ran
At the St. Johns shipyard the new
. digger for the Portland Sand company
will be launched early next week. It
la TO feet long and 36 feet beam, and
will be capable of handling a large
amount of sand. The steamer Chester,
belonging to the Kellogg Transportation
company, was launched yesterday at the
yards, after having undergone some
general repairs and beln'g caul kid. Af
ter the launching- of the digger next
week the shipbuilding company will re
pair the ways, which were taken out
by a steamer going down the river , two
or three weeks ago.
The steamer J. N. Teal was launched
yesterday at the Portland Shipbuilding
Company's yards and will be ready to go
on her run again Wednesday. She was on
the ways to general overhauling and
k minor repairs. Work is still being done on
trie steamer Tahoma and It will be some
time yet before she is off the ways
The company whtch-heHhe contract
! for the building of the new hull for
the 'Steamer Dalles City Is getting ready
for the laying' of her keel.
PASS BAD CHECKS: JUDGE WEBSTER
SEVERAL INDICTED SC.0LDS LAWYERS
Grand Jury ReturnsSix Indict'
tnents A gainst M en for Ob
taining Monty Unlawfully.
This was a bad day for passers of
bad checks, five indictments of . men
charged with that crime being returned
by the grand Jury to Presiding' Judge
Bronaugh, In all the grand jury re
turned six indictments and two not true
bills. . AU-the men Indicted ' are under
arrest and will be arraigned next Mon
day. J . ' . ' '
A. J. Cavala was twice Indicted In
bad check cases.- He is alleged to have
passed one on E. II. Spranger for $100,
purporting (V be signed by M. Seller
ft Co., on December E, and. another on
1L W. Krupke for $15, signed. "Dollars
I Manning, on November 1.
., James Thompson Is alleged to have
Uttered a forged check for $28.15. signed
by the , Warren Construction .company,
and passed on M. J. Kelly. '
Q.- II. Langmo is charged witn re
sponsibility for 111.60 represented by
forged paper passed en Louis Hess and
signed "It Vsn -ftyke," - ' .
Another men accused of being- too
free with bad checks Is Leon White,
charged with passing; one for $21 on
B. D. Ogden. the day before Christmas,
This was signed with the name of 11
C BechteL , - -... , t
The sixth 'indictment Is against
George Haigh, charred with stealing
$117 worth of goods, consisting tot sil
verware, glassware and clothing, from
Dow V. Walker, on New Tear's day.
Not true . bills were returned In the
cases of Marion Downs and Harry Lem
on, 'these charges growing out of ' the
alleged "cleaning up" of Joseph Blackey
by ths Downs woman. She was accused
of stealing $15 in gold and a check for
$50 from Blackey on the last day . of
the old year and Lemon was charged
with Introducing Blackey to the woman
to fleece him.
When Work . of Drawing Jury
List Began Today He Plain
, ly Told Qommittee It Treated
Him Unfairly, : v
DEPUT ES NAB
(Continued From Page One.)
SELJA LEAVES WITH FLOUR.
Next P. & A. Liner, Will Be Henrik
. ' Ibsen.
Carrying a cargo of flour and lumber.
valued at , $118,028, Uie Portland & Asi
atic liner Selja. Captain Lie, .left down
for the sea about noon, on her t way no
Hongkong: and way ports. ' She cleared
at the custom house this morning with
6,530 barrels of flour for Kobe, Mojl,
Yokohama and Hongkong, valued at
1114.883. Besides this she has 289.500
feet of lumber .for Kobe, Yokohama and
The next Portland & Asiatic steam
ship to arrive will be the Henrik Ibsen,
which will be due to arrive here about
February 1, bringing general merchan
diae' from the orient. When she sails
she will .take back wtth her the two
Chinese stowaways. Go Wing Kee and
Lung You, who were captured while
making their escape from her the last
time that she was here. They were tried
and found subject to deportation, so
they will have to go back to Hongkong
when she goes.
OREGONA ON BUN AGAIN.
Steamer Launched Thursday Will
Resume Run Monday.
The steamer Oregona, which was
lsunched Thursday at Carey's Bend,
after undergoing repairs, will return to
her. run for the Oregon City Transporta
tion company' Monday morning.
Captain Graham said this morning
that beginning Monday the steamers
Oregona and Pomona will give a daly
service to saiem ana a tn-weekiy serv
Ice to Corvallls, the Pomona handling
the service to the latter place.
launches. . The two men left the
launches and started up ths cliff. When
they reached the top the offloers ' ad
vanced toward them. Burke recognized
the 'men and pulled his pistol. The con-
stable ordered him to throw up his
hands. Gardner fired and the man
ine two noats are loaaea with vaiu
able machine dies, tools, blankets, fur
nlture, a large amount of brass and va
rious other articles. : Much of It Is new
and has never been used. An attempt
had been made to disguise the boata.
Friedberg lives at Llnnton. He says
he sold the Hattle to one of the men,
but they failed to ay for It One
night it was taken from its place. J'eran,
who' claimed to be the watchman, said
one night when he was asleep the boat
was. unlocked, when he awoke it was
being -towed sway by another launch.
When he got up Burke threatened his
life If he did not stay in the boat He
further says that Burke has not al
lowed him to talk to anyone, and fre
quently forced htm to bed and watched
over him With a gun.
Burke refuses to talk or offer any ex
planation of. any' kind. - '
Two shotguns were found in the boat
About 500 loaded cartridges were in a
waterproof case. The men will be ar
raigned this afternoon at ; 2 o'clock in
root Xs Identified.
Captain Speler of the harbof patrol
has been working upon the case for sev
eral days, and had numerous complaints
from people along the river that tools
and other, articles had been stolen. He
located the two launches and notified
the constable's office. This morning
W. E. Roberts of the Willamette Mo
tor Boat club Identified much of the
The two men under arrest are ex-
convicts. Burke has been living at St
Johns and reran has been living along
the river in scows the past year. Lately
he has had charge of the "Hattie."
Accompanied by sharp thrusts and
parrlesi with Judge Webster and County
Commissioners Llghtner and Barnes oh
one side, and a committee of the Mult
nomah County Bar association composed
of Alex Bernstein, W. M, Davis and
John H. Stevenson on the' other, the an
nual drawing of the Jury list for the
coming year took plaoe in the office of
the oounty oourt yesterday afternoon.
Judge Webster did not hesitate-to tell
the committee that he considered critl
clsm of the county court for the man
ner In which the jury drawing is con
ducted as unjustified. He said that the
resolution passed by the bar association
ror an "investigation" carried an un
founded suggestion that something Is
wrong. He said that the county court
had been Implicated by inference, at
least in connection with repeated call
lng of the same men on special venires.
something that is done by the sheriff,
snd with, which the county court has
nothing whatever to do.
-' no Bursstlo&a Tolerated. .
Judge Webster, in opening ths little
conference, also made It plain that he
ana the commissioners would tolerate
no suggestions from the outside In
drawing names, as that would be con
trary to the Intent of the law. He said
he was at a loss to understand what the
bar association committee wanted or ex
pected to see. " -. -
The session was enlivened by a side
controversy between Judge Webster snd
W. M. Davis. The Judge remarked that
he is a member of the bar association
and wlahed be had been present at the
meeting when the plan was proposed
for hiring detectives to shadow Jurymen
In the balls of the courthouse.
"I had as much to do with that plan
as anyone," quoth Davis, "and I am
ready to argue that question with any
one, I don't care -who,"
Judge Webster suggested that Vhls
was a question outside the purpose of
the meeting, but at the proper place he
would like to- have had an opportunity
to give his opinion .about it
Davla again retorted that he was
ready to discuss the question anywhere,
but no one took up the challenge and
the regular business was proceeded with.
Alex Bernstein, .spokesman of the
committee,, disclaimed any purpoae on
the part of the bar association to criti
cise the county court or to participate
in any way In the drawing of the Jury.
He said that the drawing is a public
function, and the association 'desired to
have its committee present to see Just
what is done, and to suggest any
changes in the system that may seem
desirable, such changes to be taken up
ror action, by the .legislature.
Bays court Doesn't Comply.
Later In the discussion Bernstein
maintained that the county court does
not comply wtth the law in the manner
the list is made up, a point on which
he and Judge Webster flatly disagreed,
Bernstein maintained that taking the
names from the personal property list
Is not "In compliance with the require
ment that the names be taken from the
All of the names on the personal
roll are those of taxpayers and the
persona roll is part of the assessment
roll," replied Webster.
"The objection to taking the names
from tha assessment roll proper is that
we then get such a large number of
those who are afterward found to be
nonresidents of the county."
'On the other hand," argued Bern
stein, "when the names are "taken from
the personal roll you get aarge num
ber of the floating - population, persons
who move many times, and often are
here for only a short time. The result
is that out of an average monthly list;
-'r-JLatoria," Jan, 22. -Arrived down at 1
a. m. and sailed at 8:30 a. m., steamer
Kansas City, for San Francisco.
San Francisco, Jan. 22. fjalled at
noony steamer Hose City, for Portland.
i Sailed at 6 last night, steamer Casco,
for Portland. Arrived at 11, steamer
George W. Elder, from Portland.
Port Harford, Jan. '- 21. Arrived,
Seattle, Jan, 2t Arrived, at noon,
steamer Wasp, from Columbia river. :
Astoria, Jani 12.- Condition at the
' mouth of the river at 8 a, m., obscured;
iWlnd southeast $0 miles; weather, dense
v fog.. ' v
Tides at Astoria Sunday-r-HIgh water
0:1 a. m., 0.6 feet; 11:08 a. m., 9.0
feet Low water 5:28 a. m., 8.6 feet;
6:80 p. m., 1.1 feet. -
ALONG THE - WATERFRONT.
With passengers and general freight,
the steamship Roanoke, Captain Hannah,
will be due to arrive tonight from Los
; Angeles and San Francisco direct
To inspect the buoys at Coos Bay,
, Commander J. M. Elllcott will leave
I tomorrow night for Marshfield by the
overland route. .
Clearing for San Francisco with 600,
000 feet of lumber, the steam schooner
Northland; Captain Erlckson, will leave
cdown for Knappton tonight, where she
will finish ber cargo. : C - ' ' - '
In ballast : for San Francisco, the
, Standard Oil tank steamer Asuncion,
:. Captain Brldgett, cleared yesterday at
the Customs house. ' , .
Carrying- passengers and ' general
freight, the -steamer Alliance,' Captain
arsons, will sail .tonight - for . Coos
ay. ' ',, ,'i'pr;yh::if,li't--:
. In tow of the steamer Ocklahama, tho
r French ' barkv Ernest Legouve was to
have left up the river from Astoria
' this morning, but it was too thick and
the towboat did not make the attempt
The Legou,ve has a general cargo for
Kerr, Glfford A Co.
The barkentlne Retriever is expected
to finish loading: 700,000 feet of lum
ber at Stella, for California ports today.
The steam schooners F. S. Loop and
Bowdoln will both leave down tonight
with lumber cargoes for San Francisco.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE '
BegulaT Miners - Due to Arrive.
Breakwater. Coos Bav Jan. 23
Roanoke, San Pedro Jan. 23
Kose citv. Ban Francisco... Jan.
Santa Clara, San Francisco Jan. 56 I
A lllsniu Cttm T3av -. Tan 1
jreu. vvt r.iuor, octii ouj u. , i an. ow
Kansas City, Ban Francisco. .. .Jan. 31
Begnlar liners Due to Depart.
Alliance, Coos Bay Jan; 22
Roanoke, San Pedro. Jan. 26
Breakwater, Coos Bay Jan. 26
Hose City, San Francisco., .....Jan. 28
Santa Clara, "San Francisco.... Jan. 29
George W. Elder, San Pedro ....Feb. 1
Kansas City, San Francisco..... Feb. 4
'. Vessels la. Port. .. .
Manx King, Br. ss. Jefferson St
Kelburn, , Br. bk Inman-Foulsen
St. Helens, Am. ss. .......... .Columbia
Falls of Orchy. Am. ss..E. & W. I,br. Co.
fUeoiianotis. Br. ss. . .....Inman-Poulsen
j' . . loop. Am. ps mman-rouiscn
Ernest Legeuve, Fr. bark... On Way Up
M. S. Dollar. Br. ss... ......... .Rainier
Bully. Fr. bk ....Elevators
Leyland Bros., Br. sh..." St Johns
Dorfna Franceses. Br. bk. ..... X Astoria
Jean Bart, Fr. bk.r ..North Bank
Belen, Fr. bk. ........... .Coal bunkers
Altair, Br. bk. Jefferson St
PoIUIloch. Br. bk..... Victoria dolphins
Berlin, Am. sch. .Goble
Henrv VI Hard. Am. sh. Astoria
Brabfoch. Br. bk. ....... St Johns
Glenalvon, Br, sh. ....Portland Lbr. Co.l
uuir stream, nr. dk. ....inman.-fotiisen
s(. JNicnoia. Am. an uodis
Belja, Nor. ss, . . , , .......... .Alblna
King Cyrus, Ar. sch........ St. Helens
Andre Theodore, Fr. bk. .Montgomery 2
Kansas City, Am. ss. ....... Ainworth
BowdoiB Am. ss. ..Eastern & Western
En Boat to Load Xomber. ' v
Wellesley, Am. ss ....... San Francisco
Churchill, Am. sch..,..,... ...Honolulu
Olympic, Am. ss ...... San Francisco
Casco .................. San Francisco
Inca; Am. sch. .baa. Francisco
E. K. Wood, Am. sch. ....San Francisco
Marhoffer ...San Francisco
It B. Bendlxen. Am.' sch. Ban Francisco
Shoshone, Am. ss, . , , . , .San Franciscn
Rainier, Am.ss...... ....San Francisco J
Carlos, Am. ss.. Sanr Francisco
Tamalpais, Am. ss. . . , . . . San Francisco i
Forester. Am. sch.-. ...Ban . Franciaco i
x euowBcone. Am. ' ss v , , , . san ranclsco
En Route With Cement, and General.
Bossuet, Fr. bit; i . . Antwerp
CriHoa. Fr. sh, , . . Antwerp
Ernest Legouve. Fr. bk. ...... Hamburs
La Perouse, Fr. bk. ............ Aniweip
Leon Blunt Fr. bk ..... .San Francisco
MarechM Noatlles, Fr. bk.- . i.. Antwerp
Notre Dame d'ArvoIr. Fr. bk.., .Antwerp
Wavertree. Br. sh. Uvercool
Arctic Stream. Br. sh. . ...TTyne
of 120 Jurors the sheriff usually reports
only about 85 of them served." ,
County. Commissioner Llghtner here
gave sn Instance from his personal
knowledge of a man the sheriff reported
he wss unable to find. -
"That man Is as well known 1n the
community where he lives as Mayor
Simon Is known in Portland." ssld the
commissioner, "and the sheriff reported
be could not be found. The man came
to me and asked why he had not been
served, ss , he saw , his name In the
paper as among. those drawn.' .
Addresses and Occupation Desired,
Bernstein also pointed out that the
law requires that the addresses and
ocaupatlons - of all Jurymen shall be
given, whereas the list, presented lacks
such information In perhaps one fourth
or uie number. ' ' . ; -
. "But how are we to get the addresses
and occupation r qusried Judge Webster,
"It Is an Impossible thing. We have
to obtain that Information from the city
directory in most cases, and oftsa the
directory does not give it That pro
vision of the law Is the only directory)
and we dd" the best we can.--
Another requirement of the law
named by Bernstein was that the Jurors
shall.be drawn as nearly as possible In
equal proportion from all parts of ths
county.' Judge Webster said that was
another directory provision of the law,
not a mandatory one, -and something
with which It la Impossible to comply.
Still another legal requirement to
which Bernstein alluded was that the
name slips should be folded before they,
are placed in the box so that the names
cannot be distinguished. The practice
has been to use unfolded slips of paper.
Judge Webster said that was a matter
for ths county clerk to wrestle with.
Before the conference ended County
Clerk Fields wss called in and wh.en
this was called to his attention be said
be would seevthat all the slips are
folded In the middle.
Commissioner Llghtner said he would
like the committee to tell the court
how the lawyers would Improve on the
drawing. . Bernstein replied that this
was a matter for later consideration.
The committee would make its sugges
tions la a report to the bar association.
Says Association Unfair.
"And we will get the information
from the newspapers' replied Judge
"It seems to me Uiat the bar asso
ciation was unfair in adopting a resolu
tion which implied that something wss
wrong, creating, a stir in the news
papers. That was unnecessary. Any
one of you gentlemen would have been
given any information beforehand and
void when the drawing would take place
If you had requested It. We did not
suppose it would be o. any benefit to
you td be present to watch the young
lady from the county clerk's offlcs
write down the namea from the assess
The work of selecting the Jury list
consisted In -eliminating from the big
typewritten list prepared by the deputy
county clerk of enough names to come
within' the statutory requirement that
the list shall not contain more than
Originally the list oontatned about
1900 names. This was prepared, Judge
Webster explained, by a young woman.
deputy of the, county clerk, who did
not know what the purpose way. She
was directed to go through the personal
list ot taxpayers and write down a cer
tain proportion of the names from each
letter In the alphabet After that the
names of those who served during the
last year and the namea of all at
torneys snd city snd county offtclsls
were cut out.- This left about 1770
names. The work left yesterday was to
clip from the end of each letter of the
alphabet enough names .to reduce the
number below 1600. Judge Webster did
mis personally, ana wnen ne was
through about 1480 names were left.
These will go Into the box for the com
Satisfied With Method.
Judge Webster said he knew of no
better way than the method pursued.
He believed that the names should be
taken Indifferently, but preferably by
some person who did not even know
why the list was?belng made up. He
said It would be a difficult task for the
members of the court' to rake up 1500
names of taxpayers from their memo-!
ries, snd if they did this would not bej
In compliance with the law and would
confine the list to those with whom the
members of the court are personally ac
quainted. Any outside suggestions as
to who should be put on or left off
could not of course be tolerated.
Accompanying the committee of the
bar association was I. A. Moulton, who
is a stenographer as well as an at
torney, and he took a stenogrsphic re
port of what transpired, This is for
the use of the bar association commit
tee In , preparing Its report . The bar
association will , meet next Tuesday
night snd norne spicy comment on the
Incidents of yesterday ae then likely
to be forthcoming.
Sheep Returned to Pasture.
Echo, Or., Jan., 22. J. . T. 1 Hoskln
who has been 'feeding 4000 sheep at
Echo, took them back to pasture Tues
day. He ssya the bunchgrass Is fine,
now thst the snow is gone. The sheep
Are in the best of condition. -
Jcurnsi wsnt ads brlns; results)
You are cheating yourself when you
neglect to Investigate our
Olmsted Park Claims
. You rah double your money during
the next 12 months. Olmsted
Park is as good as that Iryington
Investment of yours better. Invest
now while prices are away below
their natural level.
Columbia Trust Company
Board of Trade bldg.
Lot values in the great peninsula
district have gone up with terrible
swiftness In the past few months.
A constantly multiplying number
of new enterprises Is at the bottom
of this increase in value.
1b at the very heart of these great
activities It la the pulse. Swlnton
lots are worth a great deal more
than we are asking for them, and
Industry has turned the trick. Easy
Columbia Trust Company
Board of Trade bldg.
$1860 50x100 sightly residents lot in
best residence district of Irvlngton.
14500 -80x112, with 10 room house, fac
ing commercial St., nas is iooi
alley In rear: high and sightly, snd
near business district of Albina
, - room for flats. - Terms.
SINNOTT & SINNOTT
121-625 Chamber of Commerce.
REAL KSTATK T1MNSS I
A high pressure srea overlies the cen
tral Hocky mountain states snd a small
disturbance overllus the Canadian north
west. A severe storm is central over
the lower lake region; this tllituibur.ee
nss causoa hign winds ana neavy prurtr
ItKtlon, mostly snow, In the northern
states east of the Mississippi river.
Llfthi rsln has fallen In the north I's
Hl'io states snd In northern California.
The winds along the north Pacific
const have been moderately high, the
following maximum velocities being re
ported: North Head. 4S miles, sooth
ennt. snd Tatoosh Island, 38 miles
south. Btormy weather also prevail
In portions ot Alaska. At Nome the
unusually low barometer reading of
iff. 72 Inches was reported yesterday aft
ernoon. Chinook conditions prevail In
Montana, the temperature having risen
32 degrees at Helena since yesterdsy
The Indications sre for rsln In this
dint! let tonight nnd Hunuay. with mode
rately hlsh southerly winds along the
vtsMiington eoat. it will be cooler to.
nlsht in Washington and northern
The gateway to the Deschutes Valley.
We invite proposals from responsible
parties for building and conducting
n hotel, store or blacksmith shop on
the above named town site. Liberal
inducements will be offered to pioneers.
AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY
200-204 Chamber of Commerce.
Max. Mln. Prerln.
natter City 3 30
muine, wssh in 42
Buffalo, N. V. ... 40 33
Ienver 5ft 40
Helena. Mont. ... 4ft 34
Kamloops, B. C. ... 40 30
Kansas City 30 22
lewtston. Idaho .. 50 3ft
l.os Angeles 7ft 6ft
Marshfield sit r.n
New Orleans K2 g
New York 50 42
Nome. Alaska 1ft-
North Head. Wah. 4 ft 4 4
N. Yakima. Wanh. . 40
Omaha ;g ort
Philadelphia 54 3ft
Phoenix. Arls 7 4;
Poeatello, Idaho ... 40 26
Portland 52 42
Reno Nev 3 34
Roseburg no 44
St. Louis 30 i
Salt iMke a 24
San Francisco 54 43
S'-attle 62 4
Sitka. Alaska ..... 3S 30
Spokane 42 s
Tatoosh Is.. Wash. 4ft 46
V ctorlH. B. C. ..." 4 40
Walla Walla 62 34
Washington. D. .C. 64 . $4
M. W. A., Rose City camp 5466, meets
Monday evenings Selling Hlrso Bldg.,
Went Psrk snd Washington. F. J
S"iUnon' cIerk ,2e Allsky bldg. Phone
R. N.A Oregon Rose camp, meets Fri-
vn,nK- Allsky nail. Third
R'mN- A- Marguerite camp, meets every
Thursday evening In Sv k.n m-
Burnslde street and Grand aviiniia.
ma Specialist for Men
I CAN AND DO CURE FOREVER
TA RICOH a TSXirS ia T.8 SATS
Siavnitf Tit! r r i.tvt an na-va
IF TOT OBaTBUOTXOVS In. .19 OATS IT TOU
JTEED KB. BLOOD POXSOZT In 0 SATS WEED MB.
To obtain these quick results, you must come to this office, ss It
cannot oe aone oy mail. ix not rorget this fact 1 always do as I adver
tise to. .. x, .
I MEN, YOU CAN BE CURED, MADE
STRONG AND VIGOROUS
Young 'and Middle-Aged Men, .
Are You a Wreck or a Man?
Nature's Danger Signals
Thousands of young and middle aged men are
annually swept to a premature grave through
nervous complaints and blood diseases. If
you have any of the following symptoms, con
sult me before it is too late. Are you nesvoua,
weak, specks before your eyes, with dark circles
under them, weak back,' kidneys, irritable, palpi
tation of the heart, bashful, sediment In urine,
pimples on the face, eyes sunken, hollow oheeks,
careworn expression, poor memory, lifeless, dis
trustful, lack of energy and strength. tlred
mernlngs, restless nights, changeable moods,
f remature decay, bone pains, hair loose, sore
hroat, et&T If so, I can promise you A'perma
neat cure or no pay.
We hare the finest platting propo
sition on Clatsop Beach, will sell the
entire tract. Five dollars can be
made for every dollar invested. This
is a snap and will not be on the mar
ket long. See
200 Chamber of Commerce.
and Xisstlng' Cores
are r s P o n slble
f o cm y Immense
Quick Results Lasting CuresReasonable Fees You
May Pay as Able, as Benefited or When Cured '
f675 Takes this one-half cre,
nice and level, with new house, in
city limits; water in house; 10 min
utes' walk from streetcar; good
neighborhood. , This property is
worth double4hc amount askedi $475
cash, balance easy terms. If you' are
looking for a good buy, get busy.
LAMBERT -WfllTMER CO.
404 EAST ALDER ST.
M. J. O'Donnell. 388 North Nlntnth
street. 12, and Nellie E. Klfssell ??
Clarence Green. Roue rttv Pnrir
and Lily O'Remus, 18. . '
Blinn 8. Bryant, 33 North Seventeenth,
21. and ParthenM Dukehart. 18.
Ernest T. Hlbbard. Kant Nineteenth
and Hagh streets, 23, snd Anna C. Mltz-
William Wilbur, Arleta, Or., 85, and
V. VVBIOO, 23.
Otto Schuman, 435 North Park street,
25, and Iasadla HeggeJuuo, 18.
J. J. Westerland, Brownsville, Or,, 88,
and Ida Lllloequlat. 34.
B. M. I.oniburJ and wlf l
, Thomus U Youhk, nt Ji m"!
'. 28. block , Bratos buret 'l'ti-
U M. Lombard and wtf tn V. I'.
Adams, lots 1 and 17, bloi U 1,
Hanrock Street addition
John Meyer to Nicholas Jrlf.n
rath t al. lots ill snd Hi,
J. C. H rooks et si to Joneph T.
Brooks et al, lot l!,.J'inU ad-
WKUniNO cards. W. O. Bmltn Co,
Washington bldg, corner 4th and
vy niungiun bib.
bRFfSS suits for rent, all sizes. Unique
itjiunii$Lo auv eiars su
CLARKE BROS., florists; fine flowers
and floral- design. -289 Morrison st
GILSON -To Mr. and Jurs. A. C. Gil-
son, 601 Clatsop street, January 15,
a boy. ,
LOVK To Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Love,
aiuv uwii riiLccuiii sireci, January
MA HAN To Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.
Mahan, 891 East First street, Janu
ary 20. a girl. -
Lowest rates and terms to suit. Special
rates for business properties. Funds
loaned for private Investors. .
M. 12. Thompson Co.
Seal Estate and Fire Insurance.
Corner 4th and Oak Sts. Phones, Main
8084, A-8327. Place Ypur Fire Insur
ance With Us.
B&OOB SX83BA8SI Treat
ment for only, a short time cores
rash, ' swellfnrs, sore throat,
; pains, aches, removes every
sign and symptom It stays
cured and Z can show you the
treatment Is not ordinary meS
cury and potash, like other spe
cialists give you. : Get the best
HXBTOVg DISEASES are a form
of diseases that cause more young
men to fall In their chosen paths
of life ths any ether ailment It
weakens the spine, sometimes oaus
ins paralysis, many times the brain,
making; It Impossible to concentrate
the- thoughts and obtain the proper
nerve supply required te xsarry out
any line of action. I cure, if not In
curable, or , no , pay. . .
CONSULTATION, EXAMINATION FREE
S&OOa AJTAXT2XS CTTJBMZOAUT A SO MXOmOSOOnCAXXiT XTWMM
: .-.:r .-v WBCXSSAJsT (lUlh
We nave eddM to osr office equipment, fox the 'benefit of WBV OHXT.
knew thyself. Zlfe else
a TBXa MUBBTTK of Anatomy vad raUery.' of solantlilo wonders.
Men make no mistake when they oome to . us. We rive yon tha re
lets 111 Tutra tins tha uvsterlee of sum. iw
tag tw vuujr w hu tMa, hi nanny unnu suDjeoss.
e-ults of long- experience, honest conscientious work, and the nest service
that money can buy. If you are ailing-, consult us. Medicines furnished
in our private jsDorsiory rrom ii.su 10 .oo a course. ,
. -If you cannot call, write tor self-examination blank, Hours, a, m.
to I p. m. dally. Sundays, to U only. '
OREGON MEDICAL INSTITUTE
B9m MOMISO 8T BET. rOVBTS AJTO TtTTK, POBTXAVO, OB.
Chinese Medicine Co.
dies from herias
snd rootA Cure
1a Grippe. Blood
Liver, Kidney and
We cure ell chron
o Private Dli-
or men and women when others
falL Hundreds of testimonials from
grateful patients. No operations. Hon
est treatments. - Consultation free.
Younr Mingr. 147 Taylor st, bet Beo
and Third. Portland. Or.
M'GILLT VARY Duncan McGIUlvarv,
653 Washington street Januarv ii.
aa-ed 73; old age.
ANDREWS George Andrews, 125 West
avenue, January 20. ased tt: inrlni
1KVIN Joseph B. K. irvln. Good Sa
maritan hospital, January 20, aged 74;
HOrrs William Holts, 830 North
Thirteenth street, January 20, aged
HANKOW Alma Bankow, 6S6 Mason
street, January 20, aged 4; menin
gitis. BABTROM Anna Bastrom, 790 East
Ninth street January 19, age 1;
PALLAT Louis . Pallet, Gregory
Heights, January 20, aged 34; no
CORBY John Corby, St. Vincent's hos
pital. January 20, aged 44; no cause.
MA MON Caroline Mason. 189 Fifth
street, January 19. aged 69; apoplexy.
FLANDERS John Flanders. 633 Flan
ders. January 20, aged 45;' stomach
SING Dong Sing. Aurora, Or., January
18, aged 67; tuberculosis.
HI7DEN Cleona Huden, Vancouver,
Wash., January 19, aged 19; Intestinal
Armlnda A. Brooks and huslmnd
to jonn u. Brooks., lot 7, block
17, South Kt Johns... 150
W. I. Farley, guardian to-Carl
Stein, lewt 16 3-8 fet or lot 18 ,
and east 1 J-8 feet of lot 13,
block H5. Couch addition,..., 2,094
A. L. Barbur and wife to Cora J.
Savage, lot 11, block 8, Brush s
addition i , 40J
If. W. lA)ve to O. R. ft N. com
pany, 100x300 feet in the James '
M. Scott V. L. C. In northweet
section 26, township 1 north,
rsngs 8 east 1.375
Zacharlah Fitzgerald and wife o
O. R. & N. company, 100x331- '
feet In William Taylor l I
C In south M ot soutliesst it
ot section 20, and north M of
northeast M ot section 19,
township 1 north, range 8 east. 1,000
May Land company to O, R, ft
N. company, 8 seres In K. I
Qulmby I). L. C. sections 8t .
and t'i, township 1 north, range
8 east ............. 15,000
Albln Floss snd wife to O. R. ft,
company, 1.38 seres la George
B. Pullen X). L. C. in southwest
4 of section 20, and northwest
Vi of section 29. township 1
north, range 8 east 1,750
T. O. Sands and wife to Frank
A. Sweeney, lot It and east 10
feet of lot 14, block 268 Couch
Fidelity Trust company to Percy
J. Collins et si. part of lot -2. .
block 321 Balchs addition .... i.ZoQ
A. W. Klntmermsn and wife to
O. R. ft N. company, 8.4 seres
In the Charles Fesett D. L C, In .
northeast of northeast of
section 27, townshop 1 north,,
range 8 eat .000
F. M. Lovgren and wife to
Agnes C. Cormac, south M of ,
lot 15. block 18, Averill addl-
i,in 2.7 1 5
Thomas Papworth and wife to -8. -
W. Herrman, part or io, ,
block 27, Couch addition ... 85,000
Alfred Thompson and wire to -
Mary Agnes Kelly, lot 4. wee-,
tlon. Line Fruit Tract S. 8. T, 1.
S. R' 4 E sO
Brong-Steele Co. to Samentha K
Grirntn, lot tz, oioca i. i
Tovar " ', ti0
Title Guarantee ft Trust Co. to
Helen M. Williamson et at, ioi
16. Edgewood . -0
B. M. Lombard and wife to C.
Jj. Morn, lots 17. is, l ana zu.
Brszee Street addition; also
87x200 feet commencing at the
southwest corner of block
Brasee Street-addition ...... 8,009
B. M. Lombard and wife to C. I
Horn, boxiuu leet commensing
at northeast corner of block;
5 T... Irvlnrton 1.530
Charles a Hall and wife to W. F.
Schuller, lots 8. t. ana e, .
block ill. Citv 8.000
Charles C. Bowlen and wife to
OUve Young et al. lots 3 ana f, ...
block 50. Irvlnston - Park .' . . 175
Delia Stuart snd husband to Mrs.
M. H. Brooks, beginning at '
most westerly corner of lot 8.
block 17. James Johns' addition
to 8t. Johns 1.210
The Northern Counties Invest
ment Tr., Ltd., to C. G. Ockwlg,
lot 11. block 1. Multnomah .... 1.200
I. R. Oillfhan and wife to Frank
r. Espenhain, lot lb, Diock z,
Rochelle addition 2,900
Nelson C. Ovtett et al, to 8trong
ft Co., lots 11 and 1Z, and 12x100
feet adjoining in Hill Crest
acreage in Seldon Murray D. L. ,
C . lots 8 anf 4, block 11. '
Kenworthv's addition ........ 14.000
8. C. Priestley and wife to Nel- ...
C. Oriatt, lot 3 and 4, block 11,
Kenworthy's addition, also a "
strip 13 feet wide facing on ' '
Hawthorne avenue and 95 feet ; -deen
adiolnlnr said lots' 8 and ' '.
4. block 11 2,500
J. C. Bates and wife to W. J. '
O Brien, lot 1, block 125, Wood-"
stock - TOO
Nordby-Craven Investment Co to
Charles B. Rose et si. fraction
of lot 1. block 2, EastlantT. 1.050
Herman Berg and wife to W.-D. .
Smith, lot 4, block 68, Vernon. 900
WITHOUT abstrsct you4 c&tt never
know exact condition of title. Title
certificates, bssed thereon by competent
attorney. W. S. Wsrd, 210 Allsky bldtr.
ABSTRACTS of title, D. Alexander ab
stract office. 418 Corbett bldg. Malq
88. - - : '
CERTIFICATES of title! made by the
Title ft Trust company, 1 ; Chamber i
of Commerce. ' t j ;
LAWYERS Abstrsct ft Trust Co.. room !
6 Bosrd of Trade bldg.; abstracts a .
specialty. - - - , - .
W. R. HAIZLIP CO. Inc), abstractors. S
First class work. 827-8 Corbett bldg..'
FOR SALE itEAL ESTATL 10
J11253 room house, all connected with ;
sewer in street; east front, lot 50 by
This is certainly a good buy. - f
. 810503 room house on lot 40 by
100. Terms. 8100 . cash;- balance, $10
per month; per cent interest.
825007 room house; good, location; 1
street Improved, scwerin, etc. :
848 Mississippi .Avenue. ' !
Wood lawn 20-', 0-2008. '
MAX M. SMITH, florist 180 8th st. op
posite Meier ft Frank's. Main 7218.
7 r.. C 694 Williams
d.cuci-Jjyuigs vw. a vs.. both
phones; lady assistant. Most, modern
establishment in city.
OLMSTED PARK, -You
are cheating yourself when von
neglect to Investigate our Olmsted Park
claims. - You can double your nionev
during the next 12 months. Olmsted
Park is.' ss good as that Irvlngton in
vestment of yours. Better Invest now,
while prices are away below their natural
COLUMBIA TRUST COMPANY.
Board of Trade bldg. -
Six room house, modern." electric
lights, fine lot. half block from car:
must be sold at once,' $2000, terms. See
owner, Laurelwood Market, Mt Scott
$2100 House and lot. 100x100: also gro
cery stock, bargain. Look 1 this up
Bungalow, 6 rooms, modern; lot St't
100, all improvements In and paid; good
opportunity. Merchants Trust bids.,
suite 813. V. Jf: -' -
FIVE room cottage and good barn, $14.
at 1220 E. 13th N.l lot 50x100; .easy
terms. 87 Grand avo. ' Phones East
2672, B-2434. . . .
ta : O- irT? j.Undertakers
UUnilllie Oi lUCCIllCC Modern In
every detail. 7th and Pine. Main 430,
A-4K58. Lady assistant.
1 -u Jl
J. m., to 11 p.
tit snd BUl,
cures all diseases of
men and women by
use of the famous
8 to 11 a. - m.,
8 to 5 p. m.
Office, room 11,
825 H Aides St,
or 133 H 1st St
U r. m. to 8
m. 483 Tlanders Bat.
T CDril The east side undertaker.
L.CILn Lad, assistant 8-1888; East
Ttfl. 410 East Alder.
J. p; Fialey & Son V?,oT .
Lady attendant. Main ; A-1688.
ERICSON. UNDERTAKING CO Main
61SS A-22S5; lady asst.
ROSE CITY CEMETERY.
Phones C-1114 and A-444 4.
EAST SIDE funeral dtreotors, success
ors to F. 8. Dunning.Ino. E. 82. B-H626
EDWARD HOLM AN, undertaker.,
2d st Lady assistant Msin 607.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
" I have a pile remedy
which is a certain cure.
jt nas curea inau.wna; e
and can do the same for L
you. See Major A. Wood- 1
In, Civil War Veteran,
manufacturer, 57.. Jf
ferson st, room 1."
PACIFIC Title ft Trust Co.. the leading
abstractors. 204-6-6-7 Failing bldg.
Filley to. Martha J. Clay
ton, lots 17 and 18. block 2.'
Filley Park ..,$
Eh-lck Jakobsen to R- Pi Rasmus-
sen, lots 13 and 14, block 55,
West Portland Park.,... ,vn
Title Guarantee ft Trust company
to John Rabyor", lots 11. 12 and
13, block 8, Rossmere .........
Charlotte Green . et al to F.
, Breske. part of tract 26. Cedar v
Hl i. ..,,....,
Security Abstract" ft Trust com-.-
pany to W. H. Ross, lot -. 8,
block 44; Rose -City Park. . , I . .
James tF. Brady to Frank
Aalte, lots 5 and 6, block 55,
etepnen s aaauiori , , .
E 29TH St.. 2 blocks from Alberta enr
II ne, lot 40x100; 4 room cottage; price
V. II. I-,an Company
: 414 Ablnguin Bldg. '
THE NEW FACTORY DISTRICT.
Lota $300; $30 cash: close to car.
water, graded streets, S blocks north of
Piedmont Gilmore ft Rltter. 4 326 Lnm-
bar Exchange. 2d and Stark sts.
J'OR SALE 5 room cottage, '.furnished.
at North Beach, between Sea View nn!
Iong Beach; lot 60x100: rents for li'ii
per season. Price $1000 cash. V-371,
Journal. . ''
0x100, 6 r" 'i
1622 E. Glisan St., lot
cottages, iuu oaseinent.
trees; $1400, half cash, balance 1 yai .
A. J. OANTNKK,. -"r
618 Board of Trad btd.
IF YOU are going to build call on "Hi'i
& Slavins." We furnish plans an 1
specifications free. Res., 389 Oolng si.
Phone C-2056. -- ' " -- '
hoUse AUb lot. ;
'$1360 cash, balance 15 per monti.
Inquire of owner; 104 Monroe St., Al
blna, Phone Woodlswn S7.
75x100." 1 block-to Derby sr. fil.1i
$S00 cash, balance monthly-.' - fall 32 .v
18th St.; no agents.
LOTS- between Cnl"n sve, snd n
. road. : AlhertS snd KilHrigsw...-
810OO and. up. after ixt WshU. If
t"pR---8ALK 2 l"l. g'"'d in-.n-i.t
barn, near rvrvaiti, 1
outre of W". K.-Dawstm; 'Zit-li J
son. Corvallls. or. - -
LOOK out for s riM ri i, iv
of SSBti3- WDi surrii-e t.