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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL; PORTLAND. -THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 1910.
. .OVERUSES FOR
CULL II PIPE
flat rate of SO cents it charged. The PflPITA! KT WANTS
an the minimum meter rat is now to
cent. The meters no removed are in
tailed In other Dlares where the aver
agra consumption of water exceed 78
cents a month.
wife with Wooden
LEG OR HAIR LIP
$23,985 PAID FOR
- BUILDING PERMITS
The following building permits were,
T n Maa-ulaan Erect j one story
frimt wniiinv iherlln atreet between
Alanl anil MorfirR! huiltlar K. W.
Pap f M ilrt I iria Wi I PfllBehm: 11200. , .
vuoi wi -T miiu i-iiiw mil uu , irwnn-Renalr two story frame
dwelllnc Columbia Douievarn oeiwron
Porte-mouth and Adriatic: ouuacrs mic
ford & Tennant; 9176. - - -
Mrs. C. E. Johnston Erect ona atory
frame dwelling East Twenty-fourth
atreet between KlUlnaaworth and Kmer-
aon: builder C K, Johnaton; H00.
Mr Hoamar Keoatr one atory frame
. - - . . . . r
dwelling Ivy atreet between union ave
nue and iiouney: DUiiaer , u. joiuaun;
W. IL Harris Erect ona atory frame
dwelling Kranklln atreet between Kaat
$1,629,500, Giving Portland
Dally Water Supply, of 67,-
000,000 GalIons ;: vv i:
The city water board yesterday after
noon ordered that bids be advertised for
the construction of the second pipeline Tn7A,"Dth 'VrUh; builder sime
to liull Run. The estimated coat of th 1 175 . . .. :
2t miles of pipe to be laid is ll.C29.E00.
ami ii n additional sum of 1163,000 may
; have to be expended to obtain rights of
Wiiy. is id a are to be opened March 8 at
4 ii clock' in the afternoon.
The report of Engineer D.'D. Clarke,
rnciiisinjr the specifications and rceonv
momJatlons for tha pipe line project.
: approved by the board. City Engl
ii' r It II. Thomson of Seattle, who Is
the conaultlng expert for tha new line,
rss also approved the plana. .
Pipe VTUX Se of Steel. . Y
f-leol pipe will be used throughout
and the diameter of the conduit will be
t'l lnrhea lor 10 miles .and . 44 Inches
for the remaining- 24 miles. It will be
capable of carrying Into the city 4B.
ooo.ooo gallons of . water daily. tThis
will, with the present pipe line, give
the water users of Portland 67,000,000
Fallon, sa amount sufficient for more
luan 600,000 people.
For the most part the new line will
parallel tha- present pipe. , The specifi
cations call for Its completion by Octo-
rT 1. 1911. The line is to be completed
to reservoir No. 6. now In process of
coTiRtructlon, by June 15. 1911.
If the contractors should fail to build
the line on time they will be fined $100
a flay for each day's delinquency, and
be given a bonus of floo a daylf
Ciy line to reservoir No, S should be
completed before June 11 and subse-
cueat to May 15, 1111.;
The board lot a contract for laying
water mains In Laurelhurst to the Bar-
l. ' Bchlndlep Erect one ' story
frame dwelling Emerson street between
Sixteenth and ttevenieentn;
aame: 11200. i
At. ttayaer nepair one story irame
dwelling Kaat Thirteenth street between
Aineria ana VYeDBier, uuuuir paiiiv.
Mn aisuti wara Erect, one story
frsme dwelling Fowler avenue between
Luckev snd Winchell: builder O. M.
lift. J. o. Harsins r;rect one. story
frame dwelling Jvon street between Mix-
e II. A. Jenkins, who says he is a
e capitalist of Dayton, uwo, wants
4 a wife with a wooden leg. Mr.
4 Jenkins lias come west looking
for Investments. Incidentally tie
.ls looking for an affinity with a
e wooden leg.- In the meantime he
4 is a guest at the Cornelius.
e '. "My first wife." said Mr. Jen
e kins, "had a wooden limb, and
e she was the best helpmate man
4 ever had. Bhe died. I have two
e friends whose wives have artlft-
elal SDDendasos. - and are ideal
4 'TV decided to marry again.
e I want a alrl with a wooden leg, . w
e or crosaed eyes, or a hair Hp, or 4
4 something like that Then she'll e)
4 be able to . appreciate me and '
e make a good wife. 8o many
4 wives look down on their hus e
e bands and consider themselves
4 . better." . . ' -
bttuSa? 0. A. C. PREPARES
i; FOR BIG, DEBATE
' ttnla1 TtanatMi tn Th JnnrBat.l
Oreson Asrlcultural College, Cor-
vallls, Feb. The department, of ora
tory and debate at the Oregon Agri
cultural eollege Is preparing- the de
bating teams and orators for the numer-
nm tnAPf.illAvtata fnrenslo -events.
tTino"1 na..81lV:cond:;bu,Ur.'me: Pacific mnlv.rslty will be the first rival
cwt I the Beavers will meet, and a team wiu
Columbia Mllltna- company-
story frame warehouse Kaat First street
between Clay and Market:, builder WH
aon Ueneftel: 14600. . ,
Mra. Hoae Gee Erect one story frame
dwelling Nelson street between Twenty
fourth and Lawrence; builder same;
be sent to Forest Grove for this pur
pose. The big event Of the debating
year will be the contest with Washing
ton State college. ' ,'..'
This debate will be somewhat of a
novelty, as each collese will be repre-
O'Donnel ft Qloor- Repair one story Isented by two teams and both sides of
the question will be debated simultane
ously at Corvallls nd Pullman. In this
frame barn 270 Grant street between
Third and Fourth: builder same; 1200.
uevurta uroa.- Kepair 1 three story
brick ' store East - Burnslde street be
tween Third snd Union avenue: builder
C. W. Green; 1226. -
B. M. Porden Erect two story frame
dwelling Chautauqua boulevard between
Pippin and l.uoKe; nuiiaer same; ieuo.
Joulin & Meeka Erect two story con
crete Jiarn, lialsev street between Thlr?
tyy-thlrd and Thirty-fourth: builder
ltm 1260ft. '..?.' -
Ed uorr wect one story frame dwell-
Inr Morris street between Commercial
and' Gantenbeinr minder same; iisoo.
Ed uorr Krect one story frame
dwelling Cleveland avenue between
Skldmore and prescott; builder same;
Giisan Estate ttepair one story brick
Dl FAT WOFilEN
Many a too'plump lady i groaning In
spirit, at this moment as Bhe lolls back
with a lolllpoD between - finger and
thuml), at . the thought of. her matri
She tells herself she can never, give
up her lolling snd her lolllpups and go in
for exercising and dieting Instead. Not
even for a husband. Yet one glance over
cater mains in Laureihurst to the Bar-1 wn .'""Tr";?"1, mS " I her bulging breasts, at her equally well
.r Asphalt company for 156,000..' The fj0rf- LJXtr k !??Ii-i.iw- ei! advertised hips, tells ber all hope Is vain
ompanr wUl be required to give the h0?.nn Bv,w?tt'. buUaer' .de! ,& She reduce. . . - .
case both colleges will liave two teams
snd one of. them will matter the af
firmative of 1 the question .while the
other will study the negative. This in
novation in debating was proposed by
Professor lietsel of O. A. C. and as It
appealed to the debaters at Pullman the
plon will be tried out, ,
city a 125,000 bond to protect It against
lot-3 In case property owners should not
pay their assessments. . The award was
made after waivers had been secured
from all the property owners.
Mayor Simon told the board yesterday
that he had made a profit of 178.19 on
the Everett street water xnain.whlch he
3al3 last year. This money, with In
terest on bonds to the amount of 1 12.(9,
was turned over to the water superin
tendent. The board decided to lay mains
this year only on streets that are to
be covered with hard surface, except
in other cases where mains are abso-
Intfiy necessary. According to a report
made by Superintendent Podge of the
vater department, water mains must be
installed In 79 miles of streets to be
bard surfaced." '
Pipes Ahead of Pavement.
It Is the purpose of the board to look
after these streets first In order to have
the pipes put down In advance of the
pavement. The water department has
Leen removing meters from a houses
where the average amount of water used
has not exceeded CO cents worth. Wher
ever such meters have been removed a
Mrs. K. Fralney Repair One and One
half story frame dwelling Kirby street
between Morris , and Monroe: builder
same; 1100. v
SWELL LIBRARY FUND
fftidal Dl natch to Th eTmirnil.V 1
McMlnnville, Or.. Feb. 3. McMinnvlll
..k1a MMi.k4Ai si it a ri r
da nla-ht at tha Burns hall with a fine injurious in any way (being made after
day niKht at tne wurna nau witn a: nnei ' famn, Marmola Presorlntlnn vis.
Nnw. iurh irirla' are slmol behind the
times, or tney wouia not wny "ui
their reducing;. They would reduce
and do it without disturbance of their
appetite for candy or luxurious ease, ah
that u needed to take off twelve to six-
tMn mince a dav. and rapidly reduce
h hlna. chin, abdomen, eta (where fat
Is moat objectionamej is one pirBnmn,
elegant Marmoia prescription . isdici,
after meals and at bedtime, .
Get the fat off where it lollies most
and see what that change will do toward
attracting the men. The tablets are not
banquet given by the ladies of the Civic
Improvement club, the proceeds were
donated to the new free library. . Rev.
A. M. .Williams, pastor Of the Presby
terian church, acted as toastmaster.
Among those responding were Honorable
William Galloway, W. D. Fen ton. School
Superintendent' It H. 'BeU, Dr. U W.
Riley, . president of McMinnvllkt col
lege; Rev, Martell, pastor of the Bap
tist church, C C Chspman, C. C. Mur
ton. Ex-Mayor C, I Williams and Sec
retary. J. C. Cooper of the McMinnvllle
Commercial club. ,
u. . M.rmola. u os. Fl. Ex. Cascar
Aromatic, 14 os. Peppermint Water);
and they, are not expensive, tne -jwar-mola
Co., 668 Farmer Bldg.. ' Detroit,
Mich., and all druggists asking only
seventy-five cents for a large case,
Journal want ads bring results.
whils it Is often Impossible to pre
sent an accident. It is never Impossible
to, be prepared u is not oeyona any
one's curse. Invest 28 cents in a bottle
of Chamberlain's Liniment and you are
.prepared for sprains, bruises and like
, j injuries, . . .--..
in the World
TEne Mmlfinnaill MM
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----of: New York
Record of 1909
' The close of the 67th year shows an increased amount: of Insurance in force, f 1,441,323,848, and
. an increased amount of new insurance paid for, f 102,040,633. . Other notable features .marking the
progress of the, Company are: , , , .
Assets v . . . '.-i $560,122,367.61 ; Increase, $21,083,399.48 ,
. . Policy Reserves 445,388,997.00; Increase, .12,251,281.00
Hi Interest and Rents Received.. ,25,052,001.61; Increase, 531,868.83
Profits bn Stocks, Bonds and ; '
, i' Real Estate Sold 6,409,830.04; Increase, 5,804,364.27
Unprecedented, Benefits, to Policyholders
'Dividends paid 'in 1909 ...... $11,005,914.96; Increase, $2,694,65907 ' '
. Dividends apportioned for 1910: ,12,401,752.11; Increase, 1,309,469.73
.. .Total paid policyholders,' 1909 54,909,648.86; Increase, 2,246,947.83
r Held for Deferred Dividends , - ; , .
and Contingencies 91,498,319.99; Increase, 5,653,328.79
The Company continues to maintain its PRE-EMINENCE IN ECONOMY OF MANAGEMENT.
In connection with a largely increased volume of new insurance, the ratio of Expenses (exclusive of
taxes) to Total Income is lower than any other company doing a general life Insurance business has been
able to show in many years. . The relative expenses of the Mutual Life have decreased more than 50. per
cent in the last five years, resulting in a steady and satisfactory decrease in the cost of insurance. ' .
Balance Sheet, December i 31st, f 1909
Real Estate (market value) . . . $ 26,289,286.53
Mortgage Loans on Real Estate 128,754,102.94
Loans on Policies 65,274,997.91
Bonds (amortized book value) i 271,526,503.63
Stocks (market value) 57,829,377.00
Cash (not on interest) 630,892.58
Cash (deposited on interest) .. i . ; , ; . , ! 2,050,296.50
Interest and Rents, due and accrued.. i: 3,897,681.25
Premiums in course of collection..,..?' 3,923,980.43
Miscellaneous Assets ....;..-;.:...' 282,6319
. . , .. i .V. . $560,459,750.66
. . . 337,383.05
Total Assets y.....t;,1.;.,.;.;. $560,122,367.61
LIABILITIES . '
Net Policy Reserve '. $445,388,997.00
Other Liabilities on Policies.. 6,366,561.90
Premiums,. Inter est and Rentals Paid
in advance 1,768,987.09.
Miscellaneous Liabilities .... k ....... . , 937,528.05
Reserve for Death Claims unreported. 500,000.00
Reserve for . Taxes, Licenses, etc, in . ! 1
1910 : - 1,252,104.55
Dividends payable in 1910:.. 12,401,752.1 J
Reserve for Deferred Dividends and,
Contingencies ........... l....... 91,506,436.91 1
Total Liabilities . '. . j , . . '. ......... $560,122,367.61
AL?;tA D. IATZ. nisnsgcr, 420-427 Corbett Buildlnfj, Portland, Oregon
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK
Hcrnc OHice, Zl Nassau Slrcel, New York, N. Y.
UNCLE SAM'S SLEUTHS
. , CHASE HOP SMUGGLERS
' ' ' (United Pre teaaed Wlrs.
Ban Frsnclsco, Feb. S. Asronts of tbe
treasury department, aided by the San
Francisco police and dosens of nlaln
clothes men are searching Chinatown in
an effort to' locate "Chick" Wallace, al
leged backer of an opium smuggllns
rlns that has been successful In Importing-
lllesallv thousands Of dollar wnrlh
of ths drur within the past few months.
Since the recent passage of stringent
laws against the Importation of opium,
smuggling operations have grown at an
alarming- rate. The government author
ities are certain that a well organized
gang la working to escape the embargo.
Despite their efforts, the? have been
unable to break tip the ring. They be
lieve Wallace is the man wnoae capture
would put an, end to tha illicit opera
Information was given to the police
last evening that Wallace had come to
San Francisco , from Los Angeles and
was in hiding in Chinatown. At the
same time the federal authorities who
were reported to have beeh following
htm in Los Angeles arrived on the scene
and the hunt was on In earnest.
The police of all Faclflo coast cities
were notified today of the campaign
that has been started by the authorlUes,
and descriptions of several persons
whose apprehension is desired were scot
llockford Rent to Rock pile.
Earl Rock ford, who has given the
police considerable trouble the past
var. vu aentenced to 90 days on the
rockplle this morning, and a fine of
100. He wsa accused of taking a
qunnlllr of clothes and some valuable
stamps from Arthur llaysall. nock
ford pleaded guilty, lie was paroled
last October from a six months' sen
tence on the rockplle for larceny. Ilia
sentence expired February 1, but he
wss Brreated before that time, for the
second charge of larceny.
V IS SOLD FOR $8000
' (Special Dlpatck to Tfaa Journal.
Baker City, Or., Feb. S. The Inter
mountain mine, one of the well known
properties of the Mormon basin country,
was sold yesterday at receiver's sale
for $8000. Johnson Bond of Kentucky
was the purchaser, paying 12000 down
nnd the balance when the sale is con
firmed by the. court. The sale was made
to satisfy a judgment obtained by sev
eral nilneis for $3000 and tho luir
Mercantile company for $20(i.
The Iniermountain adjoins itio f
Rainbow mine, whjch is owned by lo
land people. .
VALUABLE HO'IE HECl
Will Break Up Severest Cold in a X
and Care any Curable Congu.
"Mir one-half ounce of Comintrai.
pine compound with two ounces ,
glycerine and a'half pint of good wit;
key. Shake thoroughly each time u
i,u In doaes of a teospoonful to a tnb
spoonful every four hours." This f ;
mula Is given out by a noted mcdh
authority. Local druggists suy tli
mixture, will work wonders. They
have these ingredients In stock Or wi:
quickly get th.em. they are eaHlly mlxn
Be sure to get tho genuine "Com-ei
trateii' pine which Is plainly label,
and comes only in half ounce bote
each inclosed in an alr-tlght cane.
Paid for v
Raw Furs -Send
, , for Pricelist
Leading Ladies1 Outfitters
Fourth and Morrison Streets
' Fur ,
... Retail ,
The week before stock-taking is a notable pne! , All winter merchandise left from our Clearance Sale must
be. closed out, consequently PRICES MUST BE REDUCED. READ THE FOLLOWING OFFERINGS
CmmU 3t Pre'lnven-
'-Your choice of about 20 Suits, val-'- 0 1 A Q C
ues to w.oo.v. ;...i.i5lU.OO:
A $3:65 Rack '
, , -:. ,
. With Skirts, Coats, Children's Coats (J J (L C
and Suitsvalues to $15.00......;...,. l)uUO
About 30 Hats, sold before this sale, 'J CJT
up to $20.00 . . : tDOwUD
Trimmed Hats at k9c
t , . . , h .
A few of them come early. Values up to
: ' . $12.50 each. ..
Back Combs "arid Bar
rettes, values H A
to $1.00 .LI t
,. i-i I.,., '...in iim " m ; ii i i aasi :- i'n i i -i i.ij r " 1 11 - rn r i 4
$10.00 to $20.00 Fur Stoles (Tf Of?
and Muffs, .Each' . . . ... . apOOei?
'Lea t he r," Silk and
Elastic Belts, 0(n
val. to $1.7D...aW7C
We are going to discontinue this department, Jh) i
f and in order to clean up this stock quickly have M. I
" placed on sale all our Boys Clothing, sizes 7 to
( lb years, tormeny selling at uo.uu ana 9o.uu ami. ww
WHILE THEY LAST
e A IT IP
ifa, A Lfl
v - FRIDAY 'AND SATURDAY LAST,, TWO; DAYS V
You had better take advantage of this opportunity of buying your
new Spring Suit at a discount of 25 per cent off marked prices.
SATURDAY IS POSITIVELY THE LAST DAY OF SALE.
RSETS AT 50c
250 pairs of discontinued styles of s Corsets to be closed, '
out regardless of cost. Values up to $5.00 pair. FRI-,'
DAY AND SATURDAY
' 35c M'S HOSE AT 2fli:
Men's Fine Quality Cashmere Hose, in black, tan and
natural, sold regularly at 35 cents a pair. , FRIDAY
The Store Where" Your Credit Is Good Cor. Washington at Tenth
DR. HILLIS C." JOHNSTON,
362 WASH. ST., COR. PARK
Home, A-7102; Pac, Main 8296
"Only ihc Best"
Materials and workmanship em
' ployed in this office.
Hours 8:30 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Open evenings from 6 to 8; Sun
days from 9 to 1. 1
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BISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES OF JESUS UNO MA
Grade, Academic, and Collettatw Coiw
Muuo, Art. Elocution sod Oomnorclal IJectt
ttceldnt and Day fitudent
:r: BeBnd, Moral and Intellectoal TratnlnC
' Write for ABDoano.oi.nt. Addrrw. "
StSTtB Borisioa. 6t.Hsry' Aoademy.JrosTrAK
Second term will open Tuesday.' 7
rusry 8. " - , '' i
The academy fits bovs and 'alrl.
eastern snd western colleges. -
Certificate of the achnnl atv-.entr.
Amherst, Williams, Cornell, , Bm
woman s college or jBaitimore, anrt ,
colleges ana universities or tne i'ei
coast. ' t
' Beginning: classes - in February
Roman history, civics, oenmanshln '
bookkeeDlne-. , alsrebra. - solid ceom '
trigonometry, with field practice in
vcyingr. :.. . - i
The academy Inoludes a thoroujth
mary and grammar school. -
-For catalogue address J'ortland Aj
emy, Portlandii Or. '
The best is the cht-;
,.tn(t atliHan .'a i '
methods safe and r-'
fe- able. We work for b
the charge . made t
other high class (?
free, extracting f
and painless." Com'!
day, see us, 1
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