P O U LT R Y A N D GAM E Can jfet you fancy prices for Wild Ducks and other iram* in season. Writ* ua for rush offer on all kinds of poultry, pork. ate. Pearson-page Co., Portland Machinery ( Second-Hand Mac hin- ery bought, sold and exchanged: engines, boiler«, sawmills, etc. The J. E. Martin Co.. 83 lat St.. Portland. Send for Stock List und price*. YOUNG MEN AND LADIES, berome telegraph operators; easy to learn, steady work, short hours, fine opportunity to travel. Students as sisted to good paying positions on railroads, steamships und in cities when qualified. Wire- less and Morse telegraph courses taught quickly. W rite for our free scholarship plans. Pacific Telegraph & Railway Institute. Washington Hu tiding, Seattle. Wash. GALL EXTRA SESSION Wilson’s First Move Is to Quiet Business Unrest. Oats Will Be Not Later Than April 16 —Revision o f Tariff lo Be Principal Question. YOU’RE “All to the Good” Proclamation Names Rate of St 20 when the appetite is keen and your digestion perfect; b u t w h a t a d if f e r e n c e when the stomach “ goes back” on you, when the liver becomes lazy and the bowels clogged. In such cases you need New York — Governor Wilson an nounced that immediately, after hie inauguration as president of the Unit ed States he would call an extraordi nary session o f congress to convene not later than April 16 for the purpose Also Land Plaster. Lime. Cement. Wall Plas ter and Shingles. W rite for prices. of revising the tariff. right away. It really does the NOTTINGHAM & CO. The president-elect sailed for Ber 102 Front Street. PORTLAND, OR. work. All Druggists. muda at 2 o’clock Saturday afternoon for a vacation and will return Decern- i her 16. 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WITH BATH PERKINS Suit Begins to Quiet Title to Califor P0RTIAND.0RE' $1»PCR DAY UP nia Oil Lands. BATH *1«» UP •IN THE HEART Of THE CITY Washington, D. C.— T itle to West NOTE REDUCED RATES ern oil lands valued at the stupendous We want dressed Turkeys. Ducks and Geese Most Centrally Located T/. for Thanksgiving trade. Write for our print figure o f $600,000,000 is said to de ed booklet on dressing and marketing to get pend upon the outcome o f the legal highest prices. W rite today. We als.» want Veal, Pork and all kinds of Live Poultry. controversy which opened in earnest F. H. SCHMALZ & CO. Saturday before the Supreme court of Paid-up Capital $10,000. the United States. Edmund Burke 141-143 Front Street Portland, Oregon filed before the court his printed argu ment in favor o f a claim to a portion of the land in controversy, scathingly arraigning the Southern Pacific Rail way company, also fighting for the BUSINESS COLLEGE property. The case will be argued W A S H IN G T O N A N D T E N T H S T S orally January 6. The land in contro I PO RTLAN D . OREGON versy in this particular case is in the L W RITE FOR CATALOG •hool that Places You in a Uood Position oil fields o f Southern California. The Southern Pacific claims it under the land-grant act and Interior department patents which contained the provision and at the same time get your “ excluding and excepting all mineral own Piano at factory cost. We lands, should any such be found in the are the only wholesale Piano house west o f the Mississippi, tract.” and sell by mail in place o f us To sell Trees for the oldest The validity and effect o f this ex ing expensive travelers. W rite nursery on the Coast. Pio ception is receiving unusual attention at once for full details. You neers o f 1849. 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G e e W o Fruit Union is Assured. Spokane, Wash.— The first definite step toward effecting a permanent or ganization o f fruitgrowers in Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Washington with a view to marketing fruit through a common channel was taken here with the adoption o f a resolution by repre sentative fruitgrowers, bankers, rail road traffic men and others at a ban quet tendered by the management of the apple show here. The resolution calls for a convention o f delegates, one from each fruit dis trict in the states named to be held in Spokane December 16. The resolution, which was adopted unanimously, was introduced by N. C. Richards, representing the Yakima Fruitgrowers’ association and was the result o f a private conference of fru it growers. Taft Favors Free Tolls, Washington, D. C. —President T a ft told official visitors he did not expect to recommend to congress the repeal o f the free toll provision made in the Panama canal bill last summer for American coastwise vessels. A second portion o f the report o f Professor Johnson, the expert upon whose inves tigation the president based his recent proclamation o f tolls, contains strong recommendation againsst free tolls for American ships. Professor Johnson’s report did not discuss the diplomatic aspect o f the canal toll measure. Border Bullets Find 23. Washington, D. C.— Twenty-three persons at least were killed or wound ed badly on the American side o f the Mexican boundary last year by bullets fired during the fighting between the rebelB and government forces under Madero. This fact was developed by the special army board, headed by Colonel Francis Kernan, which has just returned from an inspection trip to El Paso, Tex., and Douglas, Ariz., where most o f the trouble occurred The board said that other persons, many o f them Mexicans, were injured. Powers Approach Allies Paris— An official note issued by the diplomatic corps says the ministers of the powers have approached the vari ous Balkan states with the view to mediation and that the foreign minis ters o f the allies replied that they would refer the suggestion to their governments. The Montenegrin min ister added that his government con sidered itself unable to consent to an armistice except on condition that the Turks surrender Scutari. St. Lawrence I* Tied Up. Montreal — The storm which has raged throughout Quebec Province the 1621 First St., Cor. Morrison past 24 hours has effectually tied up PO RTLAND . OR. navigation on the SL Lawrence. The suspension o f activity in the local har- bor comes at a time when the lake Aspen Beet Wood for Mstches. steamers are pouring in huge cargoes Aspen wood Is used almost exclu o f grain, which if not quickly export sively In the manufacture of matches ed will cause a congestion. In Sweden, as It Is easily cut and porous enough to be easily Impregnat Strikers Attack Train. ed with sulphur or paraffin. Charleston, W. Va.— Striking min ers attacked a passenger train on the Cabin Creek branch o f the Chesapeake ì'i/ O i l l è i A Ohio railroad. The miners stopped 1 " I B«et C r « * h Hyr«p. Good. t'*6 the train and refused to allow it to » « tim *. Sold Y j Drwrnvt«. proceed because two carloads o f al leged strikebreaken were attached. | C h i n e s e M e d ic in e C o . L TOLLS FIXED 1627-29-31 Third Avenue SEATTLE Caution. "Shall I empty your wastebasket?*’ asked the Janitor. "It Is brimful of correspondence.” “ No," answered the man who is combining politics with high finance. “ Just hand me my bonds and stock certificates and I’ll stuff ’em In some pigeonhole so that you can lock the waste-basket In the safe.” Willing Panhandler. Archbishop Ryan, of Philadelphia, was accosted one day by a drunken panhandler, who asked for a dime. The archbishop gave him the dime and said: "M y friend, don’t you think It would be possible for you to walk In the straight and narrow path?” The panhandler straightened up, "Who? me?" he asked. "Show It to me. I used to be a tight rope walker.”—Sat urday Evening Post. Truest Moments. Count always your highest moments your truest moments. Believe that, in the time when you were the great est and most spiritual man or woman, then you were your truest self.—John Wesley. Per Ton on Merchantmen. British Protest it Ignored By [P resi dent — American Coastwise Vessels Are Exempt. Washington, D. C.— President T aft has issued a proclamation fixing the rates that foreign shipping shall pay for passage through the Panama canal. The proclamation, made under authority o f the canal hill passed by congress in August, establishes a mer chant vessel rate o f $1.20 per net ton in actual carrying capacity, with a re duction o f 40 per cent for ships in bal last. The provisons o f the proclamation are as follows: “ 1. On merchant vessels carrying passengers or cargo, $1.20 per, net vessel ton—each 100 cubic feet— of actual earning capacity. “ 2. On vessels in ballast without passengers or cargo, 40 per cent less than the rate of tolls [for vessels with passengers or cargo. “ 3. Upon naval vessels other than transports, colliers, hospital ships and supply ships, 60 cents per displace ment ton. “ 4. Upon army and navy trans ports, colliers, hospital ships and sup ply ships $1.20 per net ton, the ves sels to be measured by the same rules as are employed in demanding the net tonnage o f merchant vessels. “ The secretary o f war will prepare and prescribe such rules for the meas urement o f vessels, and such regula tions as may be necssary and proper to carry this proclamation into full force and effect.” American coastwise shipping was exempted from toll payment by con gress. It was to this provision o f the act that Great Britain potested, but no reference to the protest was made in the president's proclamation. American naval vessels are exempted without specific mention either in the act of congress or the proclamation, because the authorities believe it un necessary to explain the uselessness of payment from the navy pocket to the Treasury department. Aviators Direct Battery. Junction City, Kan.— The aeroplane tests conducted by the War depart ment at Fort Riley, Kan., came to a close with unusually successful exper iments. Lieutenant Thomas DeW. Milling, with an observer on an aeroplane, lo cated an infantry train consisting of dummy figures of supply wagons and an infantry escort three minutes after ascending. The information was flashed to a batter on the other side o f the hill and the train was destroyed at the first volley. Lieutenant Milling ascended again with an observer, and by dropping cards transmitted the range o f an enemy to the battery. Battle at Tchatalja Stops. Constantinople — In the last 48 hours, according to advices received here, there has been no fighting on the Tchatalja lines, owing, it is believed, to the fact that the negotiations for an armistice are proceeding direct with the Bulgarians. Another factor which probably has contributed to up set the Bulgarian plans is the out Their III Success. break o f cholera. The Englishman in Chicago doctor opines that the aver charge of the Karaburun lighthouse age woman loves a cave man. But reports that Bulgarian scouts fired up most of them have to be content with on a tug loaded with refugees from fiat dwellers. Silifri, wounding one. Small Eggs of Silkworm. 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The origin of the saying that It fakes nine tailors to make a man la thought by some to be a corruption of “ nine tellers make a man," the "tel lers” being another name for "tolls" of a bell. The English custom was to strike three times three tolls or “ tel lers” on the passing bell for the death of a man. It was three times two for a woman. Two-Edged Sword. Curiosity Is finding out something about somebody else that doesn't con cern you and which would make you mighty mad if somebody else found It out about you when It didn't concern somebody els®— Milwaukee Sentinel. Woman of Narrow Mind. A woman lacking true culture is SPE LLIN G O LD FASHIONED. said to betray by conversation a mind of narrow compass, bounded on the Governor Wilson Says Simplified Way north by her servants, on the east by her children, on the south by her ail Is “ Too Bull Moose.” ments, and on the west by her clothes. Princeton, N. J. — President-elect — Burton Klngsland. 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