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FIRE STILL BURNING
Portland Trade Directory
Names and Addresses in Portland of Reare-
sent at iva Business Hr ms.
But Has Lost Its Fury and Is Now
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HUNDREDS DEAD IN H O TE LS.
7 5 Bodies Taken Out — One
Hundred in C osm opolitan.
San Francisco, April 20.— The three-
story lodging house at Fifth and Minna
streets collapsed and over 75 dead bod
ies have been taken out. There are at
least 50 more dead bodies exposed.
This building was one of the first to
take fire on Fifth street.
At least 100 people were lost in the
Cosmopolitan hotel on Fourth street.
The only building standing between
Mission, Howard, East and Stewart
streets is the San Pablo hotel., which is
cccupied and running. The shot tower
at First and Howard streets is gone.
This landmark was built 40 years ago.
T in Risdon Iron works is partially de
stroyed. The Great Western Smelting
and Refining works escaped damage,
also the Mutual Electric Light works,
with slight damage to the American
Rubber company and Vietagas Engine
Folger Bros.’ Coffee and
Spice house is uninjured, and the firm
is giving away large quantities of bread
and m ilk.
Many are dropping dead from the
heat and from suffocation.
Over 160 people are reported lost in
the Brunswick hotel, Seventh and Mis
NATION T O THE RELIEF.
War Department Assum es Entire C on
trol o f Situation.
Press dispatches from
every important city in the land indi
cate that $12,000.000 in cash ia already
in sight for the relief of the fire and
earthquake sufferers in and about San
Francisco, and that a total of 120,000,-
060 is likely to be raised. The United
Ststs w ill grapple alone with the situa
tion growing out of the total destruc
tion of one of her richest and most pop
ulous cities. Foreign countries, in view
of the magnificent responses of the
American people to the o i l for aid,
will not be asked to contribute, though
numerous offers have been made.
Before the cabinet, at its meeting
yesterday, bad resolved upon this
coarse, however the Dominion of Can
ada had taken cognizance of the situa
tion in San Francisco by voting $100,-
000 in cash for relief, and dispatches
from the seaport cities of British Co
lumbia indicate that they are ignoring
the existence of the international
boundary line and are joining in the
work of forwarding money and provis
ions witn their sisters cities on the Pa
cific coa st.__________________
Congressman Thomas Hedge,
Iowa, holds that Leslie M. Shaw, secre
tary o f the treasury, Is one of the best
political campaigners in the country.
“ Nobody ever gets away,” said Hedge,
“ If Leslie gets a chance to address him
personally. In one campaign he car
ried a splendid new watch. A fter ad
dressing an audience he would circu
late among the voters, saying to this
man and that: ‘I wish you would give
me the correct time, I am afraid o f los
ing my train.’ O f course, each man
complied, feeling flattered at the re
quest. Shaw used to say It was hard
Ruins Small Com panies.
on the wstch, but he believed the votes
Chicago, April 20.— It was declared
he made In this way more that* made
last night by Chicago insurance men
up.” — Indianapolis News.
that many of the small accident and
fire companies probably w ill be forced
to suspend business because of their
enormous loss in Ban Francisco. Even
some of the bigger companiet w ill be
hard pressed. The total amount of lia
bility convolved is now placed at more
than $180,000,000 in Ban Francisco
alone. This is considered conservative.
Added to the loesee in Ban Francisco
will be at least $50,000,000 to be met
in other cKiee.
t the secret of
L the W ave
A . C ircle?
San Francisco, April 20. — Plunged
into abaolute darkness tonight at 10
o ’ clock, San Francisco has not seen the
conculsion of the devastating work of
The fire that started at Nob H ill and
worked its way to the North Beach sec
tion, sweeping that section clear of
buildings, was later veered around by a
fierce wind and made its way southerly
to the immense seawall sheds and grain
warehouses. The Himes were heading
directly for the immense Ferry build
ing, the terminal point of all central
overix.nd and local trains of the South
ern Pacific road. The darkness and tiie
wind, which at times amounted to a
gale, added fresh terrors to the situa
Tonight the principal remaining fire
was confined east of Van Ness avenue
and north of Union street, but was
burning its way to the shore.
).ate this afternoon the police broke
open every saloon and corner grocery
in the saved districts and poured all
malt and spiritons liquors into the
Pottofifice Department’ s T a lk .
Washington, April 20.— Ttie War de
partment has learned that the Bonthein
Pacific 'reight sheds at Ban Francisco
were not eerionsly injured. The super
intendent of the railway mail service at
Ban Francisco has telegraphed that ev
ery train to and from Oakland is pro
ceeding with reasonable regularity on
slow schednle. He has been authorized
by wire to call in subordinate officials
and all clerk* of the railway mail serv
ice not on regular duty and command
the use of postal ca n available to han
dle Ban Francisco mail.*
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IT ’S PLAIN BUSINESS
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al; th e w ay through
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c o m p a u io n fo r a nervoti*
try to m a k e it a painless
Can’ t Deliver Telegram s.
8 in Frarciaco, April 20.— The deliv-
• y of telegraphic messages from out-
■iie points to people in Ban Franicsco
la in im possibility.
service of both the big telegnph com
panies no longer exists. Even had tl •
companies an army of messengers, they
wonM be of little value for the reaeon
that the people are scattered far and
wide, and that a journey from the ferry
building to the western addition, or to
the refugee camps consumes hours.
WISE BROS., Dentists
F a ilin g B a lld in g , T hird and W a sh in gton
I a. m . to 9 p. m . ; S u n d a y s 9 io lì.
M ain 2929.
D R W . A . W IS E
WORK DONC ON WEEKLY AND
DR. r. P. WISE
Will Build « 6 ,0 0 0 .0 0 0 Plant.
New York. April 20.— It was an
nounced at the office of M. Gnggeon
helm ’ s Bona today that orders have
been issued by that firm to proceed as
soon as possible with the construction
of a $6,000,000 smelting plant in Ban
DEATH LIS T LARGE.
Will Probably E xceed Evan tha First
San Francisco, A pril 22. — Now that
ths extinction of the fire allows of in-
q tiry, it baa become known that hun
dreds, if not thoneanda, of people lost
their lives, either in the collapse of
buildings due to the earthquake or in
the fire which consutmd the ruins in
which they were imprisoned alive, but
injured and powerless to flee. A merely
partial estimate places the total at over
700 in the lodging houses and a few ad
South of Market street the loss of life
was chiefly brought about by the co l
lapsing of many cheap lodging house*.
Among others, the caving in of the
Royal, corner o f Fourth and Minna
streets, added to the horror of the sit
uation by the shrieks of its many scores
of victime embedded in the m ine.
The collapsing of the Portland house,
on Sixth street, between Miseion and
Market, came about in a similar man
Probable Republican Ticket.
Senator, short term, F. W. Mulkey.
Senator, long term, H . M. Cake.
Congressman, First District, W . C.
Congressman, Second District, W. R.
Governor. James Withycombe.
Treasurer, G. A . Steel.
Supreme Judge, Robert Eakin.
Superintendent Public Instruction,
J. H. Ackerman.
State Printer, W . 8. Duniway.
Attorney-General, A . M- Crawford.
Labor Commissiuner. O. P. H off.
ner. Fully 60 persona were entombed.
Many of these were saved before the
fire eventually crept to the scene.
The large five story Erunswick lodg
ing house with its 300 rooms filled
with guests, on the corner of Sixth and
Howard streets, collapsed to the ground
entirely and fire started amid the ruins
scarcely five minutes later.
It ia esti
mated that over 300 persons lost thoir
lives in this building.
Part of the large Cosmopolitan house,
corner Fifth and Mission streets, col
lapsed at the very first tremor. Many
3f the sleepers were bnried in the
m ins, others escaping in their night
At 775 Mission street, the W ilson
house, with its four stories and SO
rooms, fell to the ground a mass of
As far as known very few of
the inmates escaped.
RESTO RING WATER SERVICE.
Within Four Days City Will Have Half
San Francisco, April 22.— Experts of
the Spring Valley Water company who
have been engaged in making a thor
ough examination of the mains and res
ervoirs of the syBtem have reported that
the company has in its reservoirs
enough water to supply the city at the
reuglar rate of 30,000,000 gallons per
day for a period of 600 days.
The only immediate problem ia that
of getting this supply into the city.
Already pipes have been repaired in
certain sections, and a supply of 7,000,-
000 gallons per day is coming in
through Ocean View from Lake Mer
ced. About 1,000,000 gallons of this
is being consumed daily by Ocean View
and the other towns alor.g the pipe
lines, but 6,000,000 gallons daily is
reaching and w ill continue to reach
the city proper.
Within a few hours another supply
of 6,000,000 gallons daily will be
poured into the city from College H ill
station. This will furnish water to the
southern section of the city.
water is being supplied to the Black
Point and Pacific Heights districts, and
with an additional supply of 4,000,000
gallons daily, which is assured from
lines that will be repaired within a day
or two, the city will within four days
be receiving a daily supply of between
16,000,000 and 17,000,000 gallons,
which is practically equivalent to ball
the amount that was being furnished to
the entire city prior to the earthquake.
This makes it certain that the city
will be habitable again auilost im m edi
ately. A food supply has already been
Earthquake at Grants Pass.
Grants Pass, Or., April 23.— An
earthquake shock which broke some
windows and awoke sleeping citizens
was felt here at 1:11 thia morning.
The shock lasted between 16 and 20
seconds and was accompanied by a dis
tinct rnmbling noise.
The motion of
the undulation was from east to west
and the oscillation was snfficient to set
hanging lamps and pictures to swaying.
Mayor George Good states that the
shock was felt all over bis honse.
which is a structure 76 feet in length
and two stories high.
South San Francisco Burna.
Oakland, April 22.— A report reached
here from San Francisco at midnight
that a brisk fire is burning in Booth
San Francisco. Th* illumination can
readily be seen from this side of San
Francisco bay, a distance of eight
miles. It is believed that the fire
broke oat afresh from smouldering em
bers that coaid not be aabdaed on ac
count of the lack of water.
fire was pronounced to be practically
out in San Francisco, several frame
buildings were standing in South San
D ocks Still Do Buiineta.
San Francisco, April 22.— South of
Market street the loss on the water
front proper is comparatively small.
Several »beds have been entirely recon■
•trncted and small repairs will have to
be made to one or tw o of the docks,
but beyond tb it the property loaa is in
significant. There is nothing to inter
fere with the nnloading of shipe and
steamers at any of the dock* sooth of
the ferry building, save at pier No. 2
of M in ion dock.
Glendale It Badly Shakan.
Glendale, O r., April 23.— A distinct
■hock of earthquake waa felt in thie
city at 11 minntea after 1 o ’ cloek thie
The ihock wae apparently
heavier than tha one of April 18, cane-
in« bnildinga to rock and rnttla.
There is nothing more distressing than an itching, burn
ing skin disease, and upon the return of warm weather those
who are afflicted with skin troubles find the symptoms appear
ing and know that they will be tormented through the hot
summer months. The blood is heated with humors and acrid matter, and as they are forced
to the surface the skin seems to be on fire. The treatment of skin diseases with exter
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The most such treatment can be expected to do is, allay the itching and burning and cover
up the trouble for awhile, but as soon as it is left off the disease returns.
A ll food taken into the body contains, in some form, the elements necessary to sustain
the different parts. One portion is used for
T H E ITCH IN G W A S A L M O S T U N B E A R A B L E .
the making of blood, another for muscle,
Dear Sira— M y b ody broka out w ith a raah or aruptloa
one for bone, still another for fat, and so on. whloh
in spite o f all efforts to oars oontlnned to g e t w orse.
After these different properties are ex T h e itohing, especially at night, w aa sim ply terrible, It
w ould almost disappear at times, only to return w orse
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Liver, Kidneys and Bowels. At this season omm
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the system and are absorbed by the blood to ferment and sour, producing burning acids and
acrid humors. The blood cannot properly nourish the system while
in this impure condition,
and begins to throw off these acids through the pores and glands of the skin, producing Acne,
Eczema, Tetter, Psoriasis, Salt Rheum and skin diseases of every description.
EOZEMA appears usually with a slight redness of the skin, followed by pustules from
which there flows a sticky fluid that dries and forms a crust, and the itching is intense. I t
is generally on the back, breast, arms, legs and face, though other parts of the body may be
afflicted. In TETTER the skin dries, cracks and bleeds, and is often very painful. The acid
in the blood dries up the natural oils of the skin, causing a dry, feverish, hardened condition
and giving it a leathery appearance. AOME makes its appearance on the face in the form of
pimples and black-heads, and is particularly disagreeable because of its unsightly appear
ance, while PSO RIASIS, a scaly disease, comes in patches on different parts' of the body.
One of the worst forms of skin disease is SALT RHEUM
It discharges a watery fluid, form
ing sores and producing intense itching. The head and face are the parts usually affected,
and sometimes the hair falls out and a mass of sores forms on the scalp.
These and all skin diseases are due to the same cause— burning acids and humors in
the blood, and until this vital fluid is cleansed and made pure they will continue. The best
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Charges m oderate. Call and see him . P atients
out o f the city w rite for bla n kr and c rcu la ra
Head stam p. C O N S U L T A T IO N F K K K .
A Friend in Need—
IT CDKKS ALIXB THB WH0LB LOT.
HAT thin, little, 10-cent Box of
Tha Sign of tha Fidi
J. t o w e r c a
Torpid L iv er Flatulence
A ppendicitis H ives
»dare«« THE C. 6EE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO
M>2'4 First St.« S. C. C o r . M o r riso n
OREG O N.
W. L. D o u g l a s
In such cases a little Cascaret In time Is
worth fifty dollars worth of Treatment
later on, to say nothing of the suffering,
discomfort, loss of Business Energy, and
loss of Social Sunshine it saves.
* VI. 3 L '” . D o & u g * la 3 s = $ 4 .0 S 0 H Cllt O E E d g S e ™ Lina .
c a n n o t b e e q u a lle d a t a n y price.
A coming Headache can be warded off
In abort order, by a single Cascaret, and
the cause removed.
Heartburn, Gas-belching, Acld-rlsings In
the throat, and Colicky feeling are sure
signs of bowel trouble (rom food poisons,
and should be dealt with promptly.
One Cascaret will stop the coming trou
ble, and move on the Bowel load, If taken
aj the first signs.
Don't tall to carry tha Vest Pocket Box
of Cascarets with you constantly.
All Druggists sell them—over ten million
boxes a year.
Be very careful to get the genuine,
made only by the Sterling Remedy Com
pany and never sold In bulk. Every tablet
sta ped ’ ’ CCC."
July * lira
C antai *z >aqoo*
»9 » w | w w
otspfovs ini$ statement.
N I c o u ld ta k e y o u In to m y th re e la r g e fa cto r ie s
a t B r o c k t o n , M a e# ., and s h o w y o u t h e In fin ite
c a r e w it h w h ic h e v e r y p a ir o f s h o e « Is m a de, y o a
w o u ld re a liz e w h y W . L . D o u g la s $3 5 0 shoes
c o s t m o r e t o m a k e , w h y t h e y h old t h e ir sh a p e,
fi t b e t to r , w e a r lo n g e r , a n d a re o f g re a ta t
I n t r in s ic v a lu e th a n a n y o t h e r $ 3 .5 0 s h o o .
W. L. Doit*mm Strong M a d e Mhooo to f
M oo, * 2 .BO, 0 2 .0 0 . B a y ’ S o h o o ti
D re ss Sho o o , 0 2 .BO.
t r r u t t o o u r . rm xNDst
We want te »end to onr friends a beiotlfol
Prench-detiened. GOLD FLATED BONBObBuX.
kard-enar.eled ta «tore. It I I I deaitr ter l»i
dresstnr .etite. Ten cent! In ltimes U asked a ia
aieasare of good fifih aad te n«er cast et Caacarets.
C A U T I O N « — Insist upon having W,I..r»ong.
loo shoes. Take no substitute. None genuine
without his name and price stamped on bottom .
Fm§t Color [g o lo t * unod; th«q u ill
Write for Illustrated
W . I,. I " i I < • I I
P. N. U.
with which iMa dafntr trinket 1*1
0. 0 .
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Stirilo* R w a r Cwwaar. cue*«* W B*w Twk.
1.1 .1., H l H .
No. 17 M
T H E N i r r l t l n g t o a d v e r t lo a r a p i«*
m e n t io n t h la p a p e r .