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"THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND,
Mean Temperature for Month
'1.1 Degrees Colder Than
: Average Total Precipita
tion Third Less Than Normal
Ths mean temperature for themvmtb
of January. 110. was 1.1 decrees cooler
than ths tvtrai.' although tbtf mean
for the Mine month last year .was
defwes colder than this year. nThe first
half of January thla year, waa on an
.tnn rather fool, while tne latter
half of the month wit eorrosoondingrly
. mild, according- to tha monthly meteor-
oloslcal summary published by'pe lo
cil weather bureau. , . .
, The hlfheet- temperature during the
month' was li de-rreeo on January $i.
while the lowest wm 11 degrees, Jsn
uary 8. The moan temperature for the
month durlnr 89 yeare Is S.l degrees,
and. the mean for January of thla year
irti SI degrees. The absolute maximum
for this month far J years Is, (2 de-
trees and the absolute minimum for the
unit period Is J degree.
I Precipitation for January totaled S.St
Inches, Including 1.1 Inches of snow-
- fall. The.vreatest precipitation In 24
dnurs was 1.47 Inches January lT and
11. The avert re for this month for
lo rears Is f.B7 Inches, making the to
tal for the month this year about ono
third leea than the normal.
..The total precipitation. from .Reptftn.
tier 1. 1808, to date la 24.18 Inches and
the excess from September 1. 109, to
date, as cdmpared with average corre-
averase for II wet seasons is 40.28
Inches, to May 1 Inclusive, and the re
quired amount to males up the normal
to the end of May is l4.og inches.
' Clear days during1 the month num
bered S; partly cloudy 6. Thers wereH
. 24 cloudy days and 21 days on which
.01 Inch or mors of precipitation oo
' curred. 1
The Prevailing- direction of the wind
was south, with a total movement of
1117 miles. Ths average hourly veloci
ty was .t miles, and ths maximum ve
locity, for flvs 'minutes, was 14 miles
.." from the south on January II.
LOCATE FRAMES FOR OXEOXTA.
Hve Been on Koad for Long Time
But WUl Arrlre fa Day or So,
. ' Ths remainder of ths frames for the
bar tug Oneonta have been located this
Side of Spokane, and It in. expected that.
they wlli arrive at the Willamette Iron
eteel Works In a day or-two. Pro
gross on the new Port of PorUand tug
Is going along rapidly and ths plates
en ths garboard stretch or those next
to ths keel, have been lifted and are
ready for belting-. The frames, which
are due to arrive, have been on the road
for some time, but have not been needed
as they are for ths upper works Of the
.craft " r :
CHABTKIU.VG MAV BE ACTIVE-
' i ' ' .
frobable That One or More Idle
I Ships May Be Fixed for Lumber.
Hopes of the skippers on the disen
gaged craft in port are soaring and it
Is confidently predicted that there wIU
be one , or more fixtures during the
coming week for lumber cargoes. It
Is reported this morning that four car
goes of this , description ars. offering
and sailing masters say that as rates
ars going up thers Is doubt but that
there will he some activity In , the
charter market next week.'
There Is now nothing due to arrive
which, will be available for Immediate
lumber' cargoes and for that reason
the masters ars confident that one at
least of the idle ships In port will be
tsken shortly. The French bark bos
suet which will be due to arrive at
PnlumhU rtM lr thla afternoon with gen
carro.waa fixed for a cargo or
lumber to New Zealand by Hind. Kolph
dc Company previous to her arrival, as
was also the French bark Crlllon,
which la now due with general cargo,
halnr fixad for an outward cargo of
lumber by the I P. Lee. lAjmber com
Dtnv. for Australia...
in port and available fur lumber car
goes are ths British . ships Leyland
Brothers. Erabloch, Donna Franceses,
Manx King and the British bark Al
talr. It Is said that shippers have been
working on some of these crsft during
the last Week, but that no results have
boen forthcoming because the rates
were too low. With the upwsrd ten
dnnrv of the rates now, however, H is
nmkatila that tdltlt of . them Will DO
taken soon. ''
LUMBER CARGO NEARLY READY
StCphanotU to Finish Loading for
China br Tonigni.
For bOnker coal to carry her. up to
(L..iti. where she will rinisn coaiing,
ih. nntiih ateamer Btenhanotla, Captain
Ooodrldge. will bs brought down through
ths bridges from tne mmtn-mumn
mills to ths Peclflo coal bunkers, this
sfternoomor tomorrow, ne win o
tewed down by the towboats Ocklahama
It is expected that the- Stephanotls
mill finish her cargo of Oregon fir this
afternoon, when sue wm reaoy ior
tb towboats. Shs will taks out In ths
neighborhood of S.00,OOb feet of lumber
for Japan and China ports,- her cargo
being dispatched by the Pacific Export
Lumber company. After leaving .here
she will go to 8eattle, where she will
finish taking on'her bunker coal for ths
voyage.; ' , :
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." "marine notes
A.toria. Feb. S. Arrived down during
ths night, steamers Hornet and BU Hel
ens; sailed at 7:1 a. m.. steamer Oeo.
w. Elder, for San Pedro and way ports;
arrived at t and left up at 11:50 a. m.,
steamer J., Marhoffer, from San Fran
cisco; arrived at I and left up at 9 a.
m steamer W. 8. Porter, from San
Francisco; sslled at :0 a. m., schooner
King- Cyrus, for San Pedro, and schooner
O. Olson, for Oraye Harbor.
San Francisco, FeD. z. Arrivea m s.
m., steamer MavericK, irom i-omana.
Astoria, Feb. 1. leri up at i p. m.,
French bark Bossuet and schooner Vir
ginia; arrived at 4 and left up at 4:15
m.; steamer Kosecrans, rrora uitihw,
sailed at 4 p. tn., barkentlne Retriever
and schooner Commerce, for San Fran
cisco; arrived at 6 p. m.. steamer Johan
Poulsen, from. San Francisco.
Eureka, Feb. 2. Baiiea, steamer ama
Clara, for San Francisco.
San Francisco, reo. i. sauea i j
m., steamer Qulnault, for Portland;
sailed at 6 p. m., steamer coaster, ror
Columbia river. ,
Coos Bay. Feb. 1. Arrived, steamer
Alliance, from Portland.
San Pedro, Feb. 1. Arrived, schooner
Irene, from Columbia Tlver.
Astoria. Feb. 2. Cape line flown. Tioe
at Astoria Thursday High water: 6:54
m.. 7. feet; 1:41 p. m., 4. feet. Low
water: 0:05 a. in,, 3.5 feet; 2:zi p. m.,
the office bf the llghthouselnepector
states that relief lightship No. 03 la
on ths L'matllla reef and that, No. 91
hmm irrlvH at Nflh bay.
Carrying In ths neighborhood of 1000;
tons of genersl merchsndise, tne steam
schooner Bowdotn will sail tonight from
San - Francisco for ths Richardson
With passengers and freight, ths
steamer Breakwater, Captain Mcoenn,
will sail tonight for Oos Bay. This
will probably b her. last trip here bs
for a-otas to San Francisco to go on
tha drvdock. ' ? ; ' f A .'
Adrian Kemp of Corvallls has secured
papers to run tha stesmer India,, three
tons gross, on. ths river above Oregon
City. Shs will be used for towing.
In comrosnd of Captain Sears, for
merly master of the. steamer. Frsncls
IL Lergntt- the steam schooner 'J, n,
Stetson will sail tonight from Stella
with a cargo of lumber fog California.
Captain fionlfleld, formerly of the. Stet
son, has retired from the see, .
" Carrying, freight for New York and
tha Hawaiian Islands the. Stesmer Fal
con, Captain Schage, will sail tonight
or tomorrow morning for San Fran
cisco, v.; . " ',' ' ,,i vi ;
With oil for the Associated Oil com
pany the steamers W, , 8. Porter and
Kosecrans have arrived at Linnton. Tea
terday the ,v Asuncion discharged ; oil
there, having . been chartered or , this
trip by that company; w . '
itrrmrrpnAV T7Vt?MTMn FI?T1RUARY 2. .1910.
, VV l U il ' v - MMMMJ. J .
I FV1H SAYS HE : RED CROSS STAMP f . .
1 .' .. . , . - t . v.-"! .. , 111 ., l , - ' ... v i : ' '
LcuRiwFRS innnn . . .,rn.T:!
UnLLUUIbllW IWlVWV 1 II . aJLVVViil I I vwu llttl.
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ALONG THE WATERFRONT
Laden with 1.100.000 feet of lumber,
the steam' schooner Klamath, Captain
Jahnsen, will sail tonight from St. Hel
ens for San Francisco. She will also
carry passengers.. '
A telegram received this morning In
That's the time to strike them, when,
they first come. Strike them hard
Master them completely. No delay, no
trifling, no foolishness. Hit your cold
hard right from the start This is the
way: a hot footbath, some hot drink,
and Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Jhe cough
goes, the inflamed throat membranes
are healed. Show these statements to
your doctor. Ask him if every word
we say here is not true. Then follow
his advice. He knows.
- 3. 0. ATEB COMPANY. Lowell. Mnm..
Bsrular X.lners Sms to Arrive.
Alliance, Coos Bay...,..; Keb.
Henrik Ibsen, orient ...Feb,
Hreak water. Coos Bsy ...Feb.
Roanoke, Atn Pedro... ....Feb.,
Rose i:ity, Ban rancisco reo,
Hants Clara. in Francisco Feb.
Klamath. San Francisco Feb. If
Geo. W. Elder, San Pedro. .... .Feb. II
Kanaas City, San Francisco Feb.. 14
Xsralar Liners Sua ts Depart.
Breakwater Coos Bay Feb, I
Ksnsas City. San Francisco Feb.
George W. Elder, Ban Pedro. .. .Feb. $
Roanoke. San Pedro .ft.f
Rob City, San Francisco; Feb. 11
Hants Clara. San Francisco Feb. It
Alliance, Coos Bay Feb. 1
Teasels U Fort.
Manx King, Br. ss Jefferson St
Breakwater. Am. ss Alnsworth
Oeo. W. Elder, Am. ss., Martin's
Falcon, Am. ss ,. . .Albcrs No, I
Luion, Am. sch..., Inmsn-Poulsen
Mabel Gale, Am. sch Kslsma
Keiburn, Br. bk Inman-Poulnea
Expansion. Am. sch. . . .F.. & W. Lbr. Ca
Falls of Orchy, Am. SS..K. & W. Lbr. Co.
Stepnanotla, Br. ss Inman-Poulsen
Ernest Legouve. Fr. bk .Stream
M. 8. Dollar. Br. ss Linnton
Leyland Bros., Br. ah St Johns
Donna Francesca. Br. bk, . . .. .Astoria
Belen, Fr. bk Portland L. Co.
Altalr. Br. bk Jefferson St
Poltalloch. Br. bk.-.., Victoria dolphin!
Berlin. Am. scb.-r Gobi
Honrjr Vfilard. Am. sh, . Astoria
Brabloch. Br. bk St.Johni
Glenalvon, Br. ah Portland Lbr. Co.
Gulf Stream, Br. bk 8ll?!n
C Mihnl.i At ah Gobi
Bessie Dollar. Br.' ss Linnton
En Bouts to load Lumber.
Wellealer. Am. ss Son Francises
Churchill, Am. sch Honolulu
Olvmulo. An. ss San Francisco
Casco -.San rranclsco
Inc. Am. sch n Francisco
B. K. Wood. Am. SCfi nan r ranciaca
Marhoffer Ban Francisco
H B. Bsndlxen. Am. son. flan I-rsnolscs
Baglnaw. Am. S. 8 Ban Franc SCO
Shoshone. Am. ss. ...... San Francisco
Rainier, Am. ss San Francises
Carlos. Am. ss Ban Franeisoa
Tsmalpals, Am ss ,.8sn Francises
Forester, Am. sen nan irsnciscq
Yellowstone. Am. ss San Francisco
Ea Bouts with Cement and General.
Crlllon. Fr. sh. Antwerp
La Perouse, Fr. on niwsrp
Leon Blum. Fr. bk ......Ban Francisco
Marechal Noailles, Fr. bk Antwsro
Notre Dams d'Arvolr, Fr. bk.. . ,jntwert
Wnvertree. Br. sn. ..Mtrpwi
Arctic 8tream. Br. ah. .Tyns
Orala Tonnage Bs Bouts In Ballast.
Amtral CeCllis. Fr. sh, .......Honolulu
Comllebank, Br. bk Valparaiso
Le Pllier. Fr. bk. ....Dublin
Pierrs Lotl, Fr. bk. .Dublin
Renei Fr. bk. San Francisco
CHI carriers n nouis.
S HOT GUILTY
Fugitive Returned From Phila
delphia Protests Innocence
V 'Upon Arraignment ;i ' ;
, Bamuel Levin. , brought fpm Phila
delphia to fc a charge of stealing
11200 worth of Jewelry from M. IHm
melfarb, pleaded not guilty befors Pre
siding Judge Morrow In. the "circuit
court this , morning and his trial was
set for March 1. A demurrer filed
by his attorney was overruled without
argument . . . ' s
Louis Blanchett, charged With volun
tary manslaughter, entered ' a plea of
not guilty yesterday and his trial ,waa
set for March 14. , ,.'
8I true bills and one not true Were
reported by the grand Jury yesterday
afternoon. Five of ths esses In whleh
true bills were returned were. Initiated
by the grand Jury and arrests have not
yet been made, ths names of tnoss m
dieted bolng meanwhlls withheld. .
John L. Bohuyleman, wireless tele
graph promoter, was exonerated Of the
charge of opening and reading a let
ter addressed to the United Wireless
Teiegraph company, without having au
thority to do so from lther the writer
or ths corporation addressed. ' The of
fense was alleged to have been com
mltted on October 25, the witnesses
examined befors the grand Jury being
F. 8. Stewart. B. W. SUcher and W.
V. Lyman. Scbuyleman has for some
time been engaged la a hot advertising
campaign with rival wireless promoters.
R. F. Noland was Indicted on ths
charge ot assault and. battery on G. W.
Wilson on January 27.
Visiting Nurse. Association Re
ceives Full Reports of ' ,
Work Done. .;
HENRY M GINN IVIAKES
Atlas Am. ss
Cstanla, Am. ss
Asuncion Am. sa ...
axgyie. An. ss
, ..San Francisco
, ..San Fraaotsoo
UNCOLN HIGH SCHOOL
Robust health is a great safeguard against attack of throat and lung troubles, but
constipation win destroy, the best of health. Ask your doctor about Ayer' Pills.
. ,FcbVuary. finds many broken, lots of Men's Winter
'.'Suits , and-Overccats on our shelves that must.be
' sold at once. Here are the prices:
' $15, $18 and $20 Suits (all sScsVnow. . . . .t?11.85
' $9, $10and $12 Suits (small sizes) now. ... .$5.65
$15 and 18 Cravenettes (all sizes) 'now. . .$11.85
$10 and $12' Black Suits (small sizes) now. . .$5.85
WE ADVERTISE' FACTS ONLY
1GG-170 THIRD STREET
1 A. halL crowded to the doors with
friends and relatives greeted the gradu
ates from Lincoln High school last
night, the occasion being the 62nd an
nual graduation exercises of the school.
A class of 28 pupils made up the mid
winter graduating class of which num
ber 16 are boys.
The graduating exercises were short
and simple. Music by Miss Cornelia
Barker, violinist, with Mrs. J. S. Beau
mont accompanying, and Mrs. Dahl
Mlller, vocalist, with Miss Leonora Fish
er accompanying, were foMowed by ad
dresses by Professor T. T. Davis, Rev.
J. H. Cudllpp. V. P., pastor of Grace
Methodist Epiacopal church, and I. N.
Flelsehner. of the school board, Mr.
Fleischner made the presentation spech
after which the diplomas were given
out to the class. .
The girls of theclsss were dresned
tn lllao colored dresses and each ear
ned, a huge bouquet of red carnations.
I The boya wore black suits, tne com-
blnation making . a pretty picture as
the entire class eat upon the stage.
Flowers In abundance were received by
the class members.
Tomorrow evening at 8:15 o'clock the
graduating exercises of Washington
High school will be held In the audi
torium of the school. An Interest
ing program Including music by the
Sins cnumi vx bi-uuu na. . uvpu
WEDDING CEREMONY :
OPENS JAIL DOORS
Gottlieb F. Balllet leaped from tha
county Jail Into matrimony last night.
By assuming the , rola of husband he
escaped facing trial on an indictment
charging him with statutory crime,
alleged to. have been committed over a
Yesterday afternoon Amelia Hapfur,
the girt In the case, appeared at the
county clerk"s office with her mother
and the father of Balllet and applied
for a marriage license. She1 has become
of age and no one could say her nay
when she declared that she desired to
wed the accused suitor. 'As she Is now
the wife of Hepfur. the prosecution of
her husband fails, as she cannot be re
quired to testify against him.'-
Balllet was indicted last June, but
ths fact was kept quiet. , He was then
I In California, and ho did not -return
to Oregon until about a- week ago; Ho
was promptly arrested on a bench war-,
rant and put in Jail,, remaining thers
until released for the wedding. '
A sweeping apology was made this
morning by Attorney Henry McGinn to
Judge Bell of department No. 1 In tha
Justice court and all attaches of ths
courtroom. The apology was occasioned
by the flat fight Tuesday between At
torneys McGinn and Joseph Long, and
the former was ordered by the Judge to
make the apology or taks a fine for con
tempt of court.
Attorney McGinn explained that tha
argument over the replevin case which
they were trying against Attorney Long
had aggravated him somewhat and that
he became angry with little provocation.
Attorney Long was not asked to apolo
gies When the trouble happened yesterday
Attorney Ralph Citron, who was as
sisting McGinn, took charge of the case.
The Judge decided the matter in favor
SAYS MASKED MAN
STOLE 25 CENTS
A woman was held up last night at
Freemont and Minnesota streets. 8ho
refused to give her name or address to
the police, but made the report by tele
phone. She said a masked man pointed
a gun at her and took 26 cents, which
was all the money she had. Ths af
fair happened at 10 o'clock.
The authorities are Inclined to place
no credit in the affair. If It was a
genuine holdup, the average person
would have made a report and given all
assistance possible to find the man.
Is the World's Greatest Blood
Purifier and Strength-Giver.
It builds you up." Accept no
substitute, but insist on hav
ing Hood's, and get it today.
... In . usual liquid form or chocolated
tablets called Sarsatabs. 100 doses II.
PLUMP FOLKS ANDTHIN POLKS
MRS. TALBOT KILLED
- Reno; 'ev., Feb. 2. Mrs. May .Tal
bot, who 'shot and killed her husband,
A. E. Talbot, . In this cltKwas ac
quitted of a charge of murlCer Jy a
fury lent evening. The Jury deliberated
is , minutes, , : . : .
Samose Will Make People Fat
"Money Back If It Fails," -
Say Portlancl Druggists.
J The lino of beauty is a curve. Wo
men may be thin and graceful, but not
thin and beautiful. There is a vast
number of pale, thin, scrawny people
who are all brains(and nerves, but with
out the strength and health that ac-,
companies the standard weight. Good
flesh and perfect health go together. A
true flesh-forming food like Samose ts
absblutely necessary to many people.
No one can use this wonderful flesh
forming food for 10 days without a no
ticeable gain In flesh and. strength.
Carefully kept statistics show that' out
of every hundred people who begin the
use of Samose, 88 per cent Increase In
weight and their health and strength
are restored. . ;, ' '
Portland druggists have SO much con
fidence In this remarkable ' flesh form
ing food and health restorer that they
are wllllnK and glad to allow any cus
tomer to deposit 60c with them and take
home a box of Samose with tne under
standing that If it does hot give a
marked increase In good, firm flesh the
money will be returned without any
of The Journal can obtain
Samose from Woodard, Clarke & Co. ; y
Sent postpaid on Veoeipt of price, 50o.
Tha VUHIng Nurse association has
more t"han tlO.OOO1 with which to fight
tuberculosis In Oregon, aa tha proceeds
of Its Red Crota stamp campaign. This
ls J2000 mors than it was expected tha
total would ba when U campalg n
closed.' : . .,' '.- s," ' ;:'. . "
,h Whsa Mrs. Julius lxuisson, chairman
of ths,stamp committee, read "her final
report before ths board of dlreotora in
tta regular monthly meeting thla morn
ing, showing that tha total from aalea
of stamps and cards Is 110,012, murmurs'
Of surprise went round tho room. Mrs.
LouVsson led ths stamp campaign, ana
It -was largely to her generalship. It Is
said, that ths eaceeaa waa so. greet,
Mrs. Loulsson Included In her-report
an appreciation for help given her, par
ttmiiariv that of Miss Wasaermsn, Who
had charge of tha publicity, department
of ths work. - ... - -.- ,' V- - ' 1
Plana for the expenditure of the fund
Will follow immediately. 'A meeting of
the association wll be called to decide
upon waya In which the money may bs
spent to be effective In tbs general cam
paign of eradicating tuberculosis from
Oregon. Most of ths money cams from
sales made In Portland, but ths final
reports from outside towns were much
better than It was expected, they would
be. '.' . ,
Tha VUUIng "Nurse association apent
a large part of Ita morning session In
planning details of ths "birthday treat
to be given at tha Hotel Portland. Feb
ruary 14. Proceeds of the .tea ara to
bs used in carrying on the general work
ot the association. The money earned
by selling Red Cross stamps can only
be used In fighting consumption. Four
thousand Invitations wlli be leaned for
the tea. Mrs. Trumbull presided over
this morning's session.
THIRTEEN PERMITS , v
BRING CITY $19,100
Mr. Stevenson, repair one-story frame
dwelling, 1104 East Twenty-third street,
between Emerson and Killing eworth;
builder, R. W, Lamoreaux; 1500:
The Marahfleld Co.. erect one-story
frame dwelling. East Eighty-second
street, between Base Line and Hunter;
builder. George W. Korema.ni 11800.
The Marahfleld Co.. erct one-story
frame dwellinc. East Eighty-fourth
street' between Base Line and Hunter;
builder, George W. Foreman; ibvu.
O. J. Gillette, erect one-atory frame
dwelling. East' Thirty-first street, be
tween Klnsworth and Jarrett; builder,
same; $2000. I
J. N. Bouvlgnler, erect one-story frame
dwelling. East Washington street, d-,
tween Seventy-fourth and 8eventy-stxth;
builder, same; $1800. i
Mrs. Karl K. Oreenawald. erect one-1
story frame dwelling. East Seventeenth
Street, oeiween i uum iu
builder, F. O. McGann; 12500.
George Jacobs, repair iwo-siory inm
store. 1 North Third street, between
Ankeny and Burnslde; builder, X.: C
CN. 'Hitchcock, erect one-story frame
dwelling. East Twenty-eighth street, be
tween Prescott and Going; bullde
Oeorge Beach, erect one-story frame
dwelling. East Twenty-fifth street, be
tween Alberta and Wygant; builder, A.
J- Frank Miranda, erect two-story frame
dwelling, Cleveland avenue, between
Highland and.Holman; builder, same,
$3JA. Morris, ' erect one-story' frame
shed, Sandy Road, between; East . Twenty-seventh
and Twenty-eighth; builder,
BaLe:8edgast. erect one-story, frame
duelling. East Fortieth etreet, neiween
Sherman and Caruthera; builder, same,
$1400. .,..win1 arpct one-story
frame dwelling. East Tamhill street be-
tween Flghtieu ana i,ignijr-cvvu,
builder, same; $1200.
RAILROAD MEN HONOR
W00DW0RTH OF ST. PAUL
George B. French, president of the
Bnnkano Portland & Beattio railway.
entertained a number of prominent rail
road men yesterday at luncheon at the
Arlington club in honor of J. G, Wood-
worth or Bi. Jrau. iriii nmim6.
the Northern Pacific. ': .
The guests were: J. u. wooawonn,
Francis B. Clarke, ex-president of 8. P.
& B., who retired a few months ago be
.,, f noor health; H. C. Nutt of Ta-
oma, fourth vice president of the North
ern Pacific; M. J. costeuo or ueame.
assistant traffic manager of the Great
Northern; Henry Blakeiy or ' iacoma,
general freight agent of the Northern
Pacific; John F Stevens, president Of
the Oregon Trunk Line; II. M. Adams,
general passenger agent of the Spokane,
Portland & Seattle; B. 8. Josselyn, presi
dent of tha Portland Railway, Light &
Power company; Guy W. Talbot, man
ager of tha Oregon Electric; A. IX Charl
ton, assistant general passenger agent
of 'the Northern Pacific ; H, A. Jacksoh,
general agent of the Great Northern;
u tf voirartv. assistant general freight
agent of the Northern Pacific; General
Maus, Major jvome, reur u.err, yy. v.
WheelwrlghV J. C. Alnsworta and
Wilcox. ;iy k :,, .- 'j-'ryllj
SIX WEEKS MORE
OF CHILLY WEATHER;.
4 GROUNDHOG SAYS SO
ii Tn- i in in.... ,...,., iii i ii "'
Portland will get six weeks . s
more of winter. Everything
points to It. It Is all because
the groundhog emerged from his
i winter hiding place today and',
upon . glancing around tflm dis-
covered his shadow lurking1 near 1 a
him. . Immediately he fled back '
Into hls hole and will stay thero ,
. for another six weeks.' . :
At 6 o'clock thla morning 'tha
lowest temperature registered
since the enow commenced to
melt waa chalked down at tha
.weather office, the thermometer :
i showing 27 degrees above sero.- 4
This Is the lowest since January
B," when the, temperature was 21.'
Fair and warmer weather Is pre- ;
dieted for tomorrow, with a min- i
Imum temperature of 3 degrees. . 4 i
v A ' rainstorm Is du along the
coast It will be colder in south
eastern - Idaho , and warmer all
overi Oregon and Washington.
Ths Pbopt.i's R medt for Cnucrhs. Polrln.
Croun.Whoonina-CouB:h. Bronchitis. Grlnne-i
Cougn, Hoarseness, etc . It is sale and aura. ' Btar future.
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Seattle Couple Wed at Ixw Angeles.
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Los Angeles. , Feb. 2. -Miss. Rowanna
Paup, daughter of Martin Paup( of Se
attle, Wash.T-and G. Br-Adams, a' young
business man of Seattle, ware married
here today. The bride has been paaslng
the winter In 'southern 'California with
her father.' Adams arrived here today
and" the marriage ceremonyfoUowed
Immediately at the Van Nuys hotel.
They expect to return to Seattle in the
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If he knoNvs . the real estate situation in and
, around Portland, his opinion and his advice to ,ou
wpuld be the same as that of this Company which
.,' is emphatically as follows:' . A prsent prices buy
as much real estate in. Portland as your means will
. permit. If you can't buy a big tract,' buy .a small
. one. If you can't buy twd lots, but one, pot BUY!
, , The Northwest in general, especially pregon,
s but Portland in particular, is on the eye of a tremen
dous development. Thts is in no sense a "boom,;
1 '. but the consequence of natural, healthy conditions
as they exist throughout an empire of ' more han
250,000 square milesfor which Portland is f the,"
clearing-house and market place. ' !' '
. This vast empire produces the necessities bf life.
The demand for these necessities is aincreasing tp a
degree thatalm6st defies imagination. Within a
short time the state of Oregon will be pierced and ,
traversed by railroads. The opening of this interior
country will increase- population, boost the. price of
acreage and vastly improve the state throughout its
length and breadthv . 1:
It all means that 'Portland -now 4he most im
portant city in the Northwest is destined tci be
come the metropolis of the Pacific Coast and one of
the chief centers of population of the United Slates.
Our advice is to buy good real estate. The op
portunities in and about Portland for splendid. In
crease in values during the next lew years twjlf.be
trreater than anywhere else in "America. ' Students . -
J o affairs who are recognized 'as highest authority 0
are unanimous in this opinion.
Buy real estate, but buy it right. Deal,with a
Company that is zealous in the protection of its repu
V tation for honesty and fair dealing with all of its
The Jacobs-Stine Company is doing its; full
share in (the matter of profit harvesting. Eastern
capital has its eyes upon Portland. It wants to
V, come in and reap the big profits from real estate in-
1 vestment. Why should the profit opportunities con- '
trolled by this -Company go to non-residents of
Oregon?- We answer that question ourselves ,by
saying most emphatically that they should not. "
- . Let us cooperate with you in the selection of the
very best Homesite or investment property oh the
market. Get in touch with us at once, for just now
7 we can present some splendid opportunities very
much worth yourvhile. Our telephones are Main
6869 and A-6267. From non-residents of Portland
we invite correspondence;; , ' ,
( Within a short time Veshall nut upon the mar-'
' ket one of the choicest medium-price subdivisions
ever offered. If one,' two or more of these home
building, lots are purchased at the first prices to be
announced, the profit to be reaped by the purchas,- .
'ersJn the event of desire to sell in the future will
represent a tidy sum. Or, if you want a choice site
for the building of a.nice. home, we cannot at, this"-
' time recommend anything .nearly so desirable
pric, value and general conditions eonsiflered-r-as
' out new subdivision will make possibler , We urge '
' v' you to get in touch with us at bncti Not tomorrow;
' . but today. , . . , , ) ,;;
The Jacobs-Stine Company
Largest Realty Operators on the Pacific Coast
ASSETS MORE THAN A MILLION DOLLARS
Nos. 138 to 146 Fifth Street, Portland'
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