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jyt THE MORNING OHEGONIAN, KlOXfUY. JULY 29, 1901. exception of -- the India wheat will continue in that section. Will it ex- TRAVELERS GUIDE. the PACIFIC with and TRADE OF THE sack hemp ships only are left; In fact, they have' about monopolized the direct Orient business. pand outside that section? Is there a pos- sibility In schemes evolving to extend the Pacific carriers to the East Indies? Co- COOKING IN THE WOODS Downing, Hopkins & Co, In detail: The entrances from Asia at lumbus' dream of the western route to 18J)3. Puget Sound ports, San Francisco, Co- Cathay may yet turn out of prophetic In- ESTABLISHED OPENING OF THE ORIENT TO THE FOOD THAT IS GOOD AND WHOLE- lumbia River ports and San Diego, but ex- spiration! WESTERN STATES. cluding Vancouver, were, in ac- Progress of the Pacific Coast. SOME FOR, CAMPERS. WHEAT AND STOCK BROKERS 0, cording to official figures, 172 sail and Commenting on the letter of its corres- steam In cargo of 407,243 tons net, ana pondent, the Journal of Commerce says: Great Development In the Steamship 173 of 298,844 tons In ballast. The clear- Plain, Substantial Diet Is What "The very Interesting array of facts Peo- Hnjiiil.iAs ances were all cargo, excepting one trans- Room 4 Ground Floor Chamber of Commerce Service on the Ocean In the Past Ten Year, port In stores, and amount to 254 of 548,170 tons. The discrepancy between entrances and figures furnished by a Seattle cor- respondent In regard to the activity of ports of the Pacific Coast suggests, among ple on an Outing: Require Timely Hints. ( Oregon The Pacific commercial public has for and clearances shows the large number of sailers clearing for other than Asia. The clearances given Include 26 sail of tons, one or two being flour ships, the 20,-7- other things, a serious awakening as to the possibilities of Oriental commerce on the part of the nearest commercial neigh- bors of Asia. It has taken some time to Plans for the dally bill of fare, while of ADVERTISED. Unclntmed Letters Remaining in the ; TltAVKLEUS GUIDE. Shot Line a far simpler nature, are as necessary In a year past eagerly noted strides In freight carrying on this ocean. Practical shipping men of the six greater railroad ports of rest lumber, taking 33,500,000 feet. There cleared 227 steamers of 525,318 tons, and In addition about 18 from Vancouver of bring this about, and but for the compe- tition for Asiatic freight among the trans- the camp as in the home, says the Roches- ter Herald. For, although conventionali- ' Poitofllce at Portland, Or. Free delivery, of letters by carriers at the amd uniqfi Pacific-thre- e continental railroads, and the substantial ties and tastes have been ultra-fastldlo- residence of owners nicy be secured by observ- this Coast, says a Seattle letter In the 50,000 tons these being of the Royal Mall evidence given by these great corporations ing the following rules: New York Journal ot Commerce, are pro- foundly interested as to Its future and line, In connection with the Canadian Pa- cific. The steamship clearances Include of their faith in the future of our busi- ness dealings with the far East, the awak- left behind. In their place have appeared unwonted appetites for hearty food that In a party of healthy people can be re- Direct plainly to the street and number of the house. Pllfpifffii TRAINS DAILY wondering what Is planned In g freight-carryin- some 75 transports. They cleared 127 for Hong Kong, 21 for Japan, 10 for the Chi- enings would probably have been less lied upon three times or more a day. As Head letters with the writer's full address. FOR .ALL. POINTS EAST matters by the" master minds 'thorough. Now that the enterprise of the the object of such a trip Is recreation, Including street and number, and request an-w- w who have lately revolutionized transconti- nese Empire, 1 for British China, 1 for Pacific Coast States Is being stimulated to be directed accordingly. UNION DKI'OT Airl- -: nental railroad control, and that evidently German China, 7 for Russian Asia and 75 from without and from within, the ex- it is well" to heed this fact, for no one Letters to strangers or transient visitors In freight developments for the Philippines. The comparison with can have a good time while he Is as the city, whose special o'ddress may be un- CHICAGO- - 1'UKTL.V.NU t.w A. r..Ti-- . u. with Pacific-Asiat- ic pectations that were early formed of its hungry as the proverbial bear and sees no SPECIAL. Ually. Dally. the-gre- incentive. The laity, too, of this 1891 has already been made only 40 clear- future triumphs may at last be realized. good dinner In prospect. People spend- known, should be marked In the d cor- For the East la Hunt- Coast's ports throb with considerable local ances then from the Pacific Coast, It It Is but fair to remember that the for- ner. "Transient." This will urevent their be- ington. must be remembered that the year ing their first Summer In the woods In ing delivered to persons of the same or simi- pride and stake their money extensively in 1900-19- eign commerce of these states is of very primitive fashion, are Invariably aston- SPOKANE KLVElt. il.OOP. M. 7:OOA-- real estate futures, knowing broadly that just closed shows a remarkable de- recent origin. As late as I860 there were lar names. For Eastern Wumiln,; Dally. Dally. velopment cynpared with the previous ished by their sudden fondness for cook- Persons calling for these letters will please Asia Is big and the Pacific Coast its near- only 23 miles of railroad west of the ing that at the home table would be ton. Walla Walla. Le est commercial neighbor of importance. year, of the above figures. In the 0, Rocky Mountains, and It was not until slate date on which they v.e-- e advertised. IttonCoeur d'Alt-n- ar.. Today the most general commercial topic at Seattle, San Francisco, Tacoma, Van- way of tonnage, If not In merchandise handled. The Russian Asia clearances are notable: Two vessels from Puget Sound -- 1861 that the first telegraph line from the East reached the Pacific Coast. It scorned. Doughnuts and crullers, for. ex- ample, assume new flavors and, with coffee for the morning meal. In the woods July 29. Letters will be charge for at tho rate of 1 cent each. WOMEN'S LIST. Make Gt. Northern. Points. ATLANTIC EXHREs.- - jlly. no p. ii couver. Portland and San Diego is the was on January 1, 1867, that the first excel the choicest confections. Ii Is a Adams, Miss Calla Laverty. Mrs Elsie Kor the FTaat lngton. la Hun. dividing up of United States railroads as are regularly scheduled for this traffic, a steamship of the Pacific Mall sailed out good Idea to take along enough of these Adams, Mrs Carrie Lemery, Miss Cecilia beginner this year of probably a large linked in interest with the traffic. American-Asiati- c trans-Pacif- traffic revolution Is ic future traffic. The 70 steamships return- ing In ballast were all transports. The of the harbor of San Francisco, and only four years ago the English statistician. Mulhallp writing about the progress of the cakes to least at least a week, taking pains to use recipes that Insure them Adams, Lillian Alden, Mrs J F Affle, Mrs Hfcnry Leger, Mrs C - .lary L Logan, Miss Lonne Holiday of.lt. FOR OCKA.V aSD ItlVKll SCHEDULE. SAN FRAN- 5.UU P. M. 4:00 P. it basic In the present excitement. In, 1S91 11 sail in cargo which are. shown in the Pacific States, found that all their for- against drying too quickly. Once, there, Bauldrin. Mrs Addle L,oi,.in, Miss Ruth CISCO. From they can be put lri a food "bag and 'kept Banker, Miss Elizabeth Luke. Mabel I AltuworOa there sailed from the Pacific Coast for returns. Included the jute or burlap fleet, eign commerce was concentrated In San In a cool, and, If posible, not too dry a Barber. Mrs Ellen Lucy, Mrs A M Str. Columbia &! Asia (which In this article means Japan, two ships, and some Japan. Hong Kong Francisco, and that the other ports had Bate. Mrs Edith McCamant, Mrs Thos You don't go East every day. July 0. 10. U- - str El- Dock. place. Waterproof food 'bags In. various Baync. Mrs M J3 McCarthy. Miss Utrdlo der sails July 1. 11. ::t. China, the Philippines, Straits Settlements and Russian Asia vessels, with much less no trade worth mentioning. The actual sizes are among the conveniences supplied Beecher, Miss GertruaoMcKeen, Mrs Josio When you do go. go comfortably 21. and all East Indies, but not Oceania, Aus- than more cargo as picked up In a casual growth of population between 1S90 and 1903 by houses that sell sporting goods. Two M , Mahon. Mrs Delia via the Burlington Route. tralasia and Polynesia) steam vessels mak- or accidental way there Is very little sail In the three states of California, Oregon Beard, Mrs H L Mables, Mrs Grace FOR ASTOKIA nnl J .00 P. M. 3: 00 P. M. cargo offering In Asia for this side. Again, or three bakings of molasses and one or Malloy, Mrs Sarah It Choice of three routes through wa point, umnrcttnt. Dally ex. Dally. ing 40 clearances of 92,061 net tons, and and "Washington, was a good deal less Block. Miss Lottie Ex. Sua. It Is often the case that an American, or two of sugar cookies will also be appre- Borland,' Miss Grace Mallett. Mrs Ray St. Paul, Denver and Billings. Mont. with s:r for Ilwnc.i am. Sunday these all from San Francisco with one ex- than had been generally estimated, but ciated. Brady, Mrs Mary Mansfield. Mlis Mabel The St. Paul line Is famous 'ar North Beach, str. Haa- - at. li ception. In the present year there are British, laden ship will discharge part It amounted to 29 per cent, against 20 per Among the utensils should always be In- Buckmaster, Mrs H Marin, Mrs Nellie alo t. Dock. P. M. scheduled on regular lines only 61 large cargo In Asia and the remainder on the cent for the country at large, and the "BurrUl, Mrs Mary Marquam, Mrs E N Its fine service Denver for Its fine cluded a covered Iron pot, for baked beans Carey, Cora. E. M D-- 2 "Marth. Miss Mary scenery, Billings for being the Str. T. J Potter, for Astoria and Ilwaco. steamships operating across the Pacific, Pacific Coast, where she will take wheat. ascertained total was 2,416,692. Of the three leues Ash-stre- Dock dally except Sunday 19 going through the Suez to England, and This analysis brings the subject still more states, California shows fewest signs of after a long day's tramp, or. even lor Carey. Ml. Maude MelvII, Miss Fay through car line to Kansas City anil Monday For Unit- - or departure and ar-tl- al breakfast or dinner. If the supply of game Casslday, Mrs Mai la Miller. Carolina E s?t tvasldo chedule. to be obtained from the remainder to Hong Kong and ports closely to the regular liners. progress, the growth of population In the Chembertln. Miss ClaraIHIer, Miss Antoinette and St. Louis. state at large being only & per cent, and falls short, are. not only nutritious, but Chapman. Mrs J Miller, Mrs Dora O. It. & N. agents and return. These make 230 round trips Steamship Groups. appetizing. 'The baking Is an over-nig- Drop In and see us we'll tako per year on the Pacific Included In them In the city of San Francisco less than Clark Mrs Julia Miller. Miss Gussle FOR SALEM and viay0.13 A. M. 3:00 P. 1L There are three distinct groups of regu- or y all-da- operation. Clark. Mrs N v Minnen, Nan Belle pleasure in giving you all the In- points. str. Kuiiore. Hon.. Tues.. for the perfect Illustration of the present 15 per cent In 10 years San Francisco lar trans-Pacif- liners at present operat- ic The Sylvan Fireplace. Clark, Mrs Roy Minor, Mrs formation you need. AsU-b- t. Dock. iW'ed.. Thurs.. condition are the six large new steam- ing, and all in the field earnestly to stay, has dropped two points la the scaje of Conger. Mrs E, Jr Mitchell, Mrs F E FrL Sat. ships of the Pacific Mall, the Great North- and five distinct railroad Interests in touch First dig a hole in the ground that Is .urban rank, having been the seventh city Crockett,' Mfss Lueila Moehnke, Miss Lizzie ern and the Siberian Railroad Steamship three or four times the size of the pot. of the Union in 1890. and the ninth In M Moser, Mrs Mary M FOR DAYTON. A. M. 3:00 P. M. with them, the latter statement presuming Start a fire In the bottom, .with pieces of Crowe. Anna M Montgomery, Mrs. Fari- - gon t.lt and lamhlll Tuer. Mon.. Line, not yet In commission, and the three the Great Northern and Northern Pa- 1900. On the other hand, Los Angeles Danlels, Mrs 'Will nle T River points str Mo- - Thurs., Wed.. of the Hamburg-America- n line, proposed, bark, and then fill with good hardwood. has come forward with a rush, having De Hermllly, Mrs Net- - Moore, Miss Emma doc. Ash-s- t. Dock. Bat. FrL cific systems to be merged In one Interest. Let It burn for two or three hours until but the enlargement of the Canadian Pa- As previously noted, the China Mutual, of a population of 102,479 against 50,395 In tie Monroe. Louisa cific line, barely mooted. Is not Included. 1890. the surrounding earth Is well heated and while Portland follows hard upon Demtnen, Miss Anna Murphy, Clara L TICKET OFFICE: Cor. Third and Stark Sts. TICKET OFFICE' Third and Washington. Seattle, Is independent of railroad con- there Is a glowing mass of coals" in the npmnrest. Mrs E Morrison. May R. W. Foster. Ticket Agont. Telephone Main 712 The actual regular sailings for the next tracts or ownership. with a population of 90,426 against 46 385 Dickson, Miss Mamie Murphy, Mrs Jno three months make an entrance and clear- The groups are, bottom. Have the beans soaked In cold and Seattle makes a good third with E IJvant. Mrs J J first, and most Important at present, the 80.-6- water for K day or a night previously. against 42.837 at the preceding census. Dolan. Miss Clara M Nugent. Graco ance of Pacific liners at Pacific ports every other day of CS00 tons freight carrying" ca- Northern, or Puget Sound, group, Includ- ing the lines operating from Seattle, Ta- Then wash and parboil them, throwing" "Our correspondent points out that In Donlgan, Mrs Oatfleld. Mrs R E Eaglcton, Ml Mary Paddock. Miss Pettey PORTLAND & ASIATIC pacity. Again, half the steam merchant off the first water, to which some people 1891 there sailed from the Pacific Coast Padrlck, Mrs Hattle marine tonnage building today In the coma and Vancouver, B. C, and at present In touch respectively with add a little soda. Rlnse-th- for Asia steam vessels making 40 clear- beans, cover e Edwards. Mrs Rose Ehert, Mrs Carl Parsons, Miss Bello STEAMSHIP CO. United States 71,750 gross tons. Is for the the Great them with boiling water, add a piece of ances of 92,061 tons, and these nil from Erskin, Miss MlnnU. Patterson, Mrs L L Tor Yokohama and Hong Kong, calling at Pacific, 'tnis is the outgrowth of the Northern, Northern Pacific and Canadian pork (about a half rjound or so to every San Francisco with one small exception. Erlkson. Mrs E A Plckrell. Mrs E B Kobe. Naca.-a- and Shanghai, taking freight single steamship of the Pacific Mall, Pacific the one Seattle line Independent quart of beans) and cook over the range In the present year, on the regular lines Everett, Mrs May Evans. Miss Jennie Price, Helena J-- 2 Price, Miss LUHo Time Card via connecting sieumew for Mantla. Port Ar thur and Vlndlro'tnrk. which sailed out of San Francisco harbor getting outward freight over the Great until the skins loosen easily. Remove the alone, there are scheduled 61 large steam- Fastabend. Mrs J A Ramsey. Miss C J Northern, or locally, and shipping In- 1NDRAVELLI SAILS JULY 2S. pork and drain the beans, saving the Flint, Mrs Agnes A Reed, Mls Mattle January 1, 1867, Inaugurating freight carrying from American shores by trans-Pacif- ic ward freight over that road. The next group might be Included in the Northern, ships plying across the Pacific, 19 going liquor. Put the beans in the pot without through the Suez Canal to England, and Forsytht. Ellen B Forward, Miss Anne Rlfo. Bertha E Robb, Miss Grace of Trains For ratfs and full Information call on ot addr-- s utlU'laU or u:i it O It. N. Co. i regular lines contemporary with the breaking them and bury the pork In them the remainder to Hong Kong and other Eredrlcks, Miss Anna. Rollins, Mrs C E but its steamships operate exclusively season the liquor with salt and pour it East Asiatic ports and return. These French. MrsS A nnnnlnir. Mrs Clara Union Pacific's building to the awakened from the Columbia River In connection Occident. It appears as if this Northern over them. Sprinkle with pepper, and make 250 round trips a year on the Pa- Gallagher. Mrs J C Schaefer, Miss Hazel PORTLAND section Is to get back its name! In the with the Union Pacific Railroad system to molasses la to be had.'poUr a tablespoon-f- if cific; the actual regular sailings for the Gegax, Mary E Schleckla. Mamie last 10 years the ports of the North have increased their regular liners to 40, and, Portland. The third group is the South- ern, the San Francisco lines in connection over the whole. Put on the cover, next three months making an entrance place the pot In the improvised oven, and clearance of Pacific liners at Pacific ul Gehrts, Dorathea Gibson. Miss Nellie Gill. Mrs Dr Sears. Gladys Seaman. Mrs A D Shrader. Miss Gussle-Shub- , "North Coast Limited" 2:00 P. M. Twin City. St. Louis Leaves. Arrives 7:cu A. M. EAST u excluding the unsettled Siberian Railroad with the Southern Pacific Railroad sys- cover with the ashes and coals and some ports, every other daj of 6S00 tons freight Grant, Mrs Nellie Mrs L & Kan. City Special. 11:30 P. M. 8:00 P. M. tem and the San Diego line In connection of the earth, and leave for at least 10 carrying capacity. Moreover, half the Glofescr, Mrs H Shute, Mrs Hattle J Olymplo. Tacoma. Seat- CC0EH4SHASTA I connection on this Coast, the Southern Sharon, Miss Loretta ports count only 19 steamships engaged. This Is a most Important feature of the with the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad, and also obtaining freight at San Frapcisco, the two ports to that ex- hours. steam merchant marine tonnage building If bread cannot be bought- It must be today In the United States Is for the - Grlflln. Mrs M Grosser, Mrs H Guy. Mrs Charles Shea, Miss Mamie Surber. Mrs Llda tle, South Bend and Cray's Harbor Kxp... 8:33 A. M. 0:13 P. il SOUTH? y ROUTES JCI study. Asiatic Trade. The big matters Involved are directly tent being involved in the one group. "What do these vessels carry, and for what? It Is sufficient to use only private baked. Bread and biscuit can be made the Pacific. The Northern ports show most of same as at home, the only difference being this gain, having In the last 10 years that they are baked before an open Increased their regular liners to 40. while, fire, in a pan that comes for the-- pur- excluding the unsettled Siberian Rail, Halk. Miss Luesy Hnlvnrspn. Miss Elsie Smith. Mrs Kitty Hamlin, Mrs F M Hanson. Miss Hilda Smuck, Miss Kate Smith, Miss Pearl Soule, Miss Mary T Hanson, Mrs Bcrglthe Spurlock, Mrs J R Two train Sally to Spokane. Butte. Hel- ena. Minneapolis, St. Paul and the East. A. D. CHARLTON. Qipy these: The hope of the Pacific Coast to Sturgeon, saran a ;- ' Asat. Cen'I Pass. Act. it . t., (il. ( data gathered by your correspondent for pose. Compressed yeast cakes that will road connection, the Sduthern ports count Harvey, Mrs Mary 235 Morrison 8t. Portland. Or t. reach a share of Asia's world traffic and this question at present. The first feature keep all Summer, should be among the only 19 steamships. The growth in (he Haves. Miss Sade Strieker. Mary I fri-i-- t. the bulk of America's Asia freight; the is the strange lack of import cargo arid Hazeltlne, Mrs Wm Svenson, Miss Bertha question of supplies. A brown bread made of volume of the Asiatic trade a considera- Hazeltlne. Miss E Svanson, Augusta the Siberian Railroad's the fairly good export cargo, and this In rye, ble portion of which still goes fromd flour and one-thi- Hedger. Mrs W F Talbott, Mrs Cora 1't.e.sa ...Ai... freight Influence: the deflection of Suez face of the fact that the entire United corn meal has staying qualities desira- ports by way of Suez has been lc one-thir- one-thi- Hemenway, Mrs J Taylor, Miss T M fur salt in. Ku.-bur- traffic, this both to and from Europe: Henry. Mrs S D Tebon. Mrs Fanny .tstiiund. oac-- r the deflection of the Asia clipper Horn or States Imports from Asia are much great- er than the exports to Asia. The Teason ble for Journeys requiring a good deal of more rapid than that of any other great department of our "commerce. The im- physical exercise. It is mado like the Hlllwell, Mrs J B Hill. Miss Julia Thlm, Mrs Jno Thomas, Lucy E DJIJgiSATpRTHEBaj) in -e Ii lu. UfeUaii. sun i- ruufuio. aio Cape traffic; the organization or consolida- of this Is that the exports of the United ports have increased from $80,000,000 in ordinary white bread. Hill Mrs Chas M Thomas, Miss L I 3:30 A. M JkVc, Lo AllgeleJ 7:20 P. M. tion of freight Interests In the Orient, this States to the British East Indies,, includ- the fiscal year 1892, to $140,000,006 in 1900; A broiler In camp is not one of the Hill. Mrs Lola Thompson. Mrs S ' Phoru 680 tl l'aau. tn Ka.c i New being Incidental; the larger .influences ing, of course, India proper, are vrry Hoey, Miss Ella Tweedy, Mamie TicKtt Officj. 122 Third 5L utU growing In connection with the Nicaragua and the exports from $19,000,000 in 1892, to needfuls, for a few shingle nails and a Hoffman. Emma Tittle. LIdda G At V o u d b ura small, while the imports are very Jarge; plank, a clean pine board or even a piece $65,000,000 In 1900. That a very large pro- Home, Miss Emclla Upllngcr. Mrs dally rxcept Sua Canal. These questions are not now L.KAVK (Tli ri)cr, daily to and AKKIVB aajj. niurnliig train In fact, in some East India products, of log will answer Its purpose. If fish portion of Asiatic imports does not come Hoyle, Mrs Edward Wledemans, Mrs Sarah I from bt. Paul. Mlnne-- . treated by your correspondent, but some Huesten. Mrs Cora "Welle, Mrs Edw No 4 No. 3 .onuecu wiln iria sugar, skins and hides, spices and the like, are to be cooked before the fire, nail the by. the" Pacific Is obvious from the' fact Welch, Mrs H N I spoils. Chlcng. P. M. and a;; Duluth. Kait. for Ml. Angel, all-- v data bearing on them has been collected. Ingle. Miss Delia point 7:00 A. M v r l o n. drown. All data given are essentially working the United States comes close .to the en- that, as- entries at Puget Sound ports - heads against the wood.l flesh InslrlA nut Jnspnh. Mrs E W Whltmore, Blanche tire Import of Europe, including Great Ot course, and place "them before the 3how, the amount of tonnagp poming that Johnson, Mrs Maud Wilson, Miss Phllla Through 1'aUco and Tourln Sleeps, j.u.l .Wlv. Jjpnagil 1 d data, all official reports being corrected Britain: Yet of all thhfEast "India traffic heat. A steak, bird, rabbit or squirrel Way from Asia in 1900 was only 407.243 Johnson. Miss Myrtle Wood. Miss Jessie and Burrt Smoklng-Librar- y Car. and .alrun. and Mbany Local lor or explained to give the true bearing on the Pacific Coast gets little, and the regu- tons net, against clearances of 54S.170 tons. can be prepared In the same way. Jones, Eva Wright, irony Alt. Angd ud bil the freight discussion; for instance, in Kinkade, Mrs Mabel Younker Maggie Treasury Department returns Chicago Is lar liners have but a tiny account on For a squirrel stew, a famous dish In the 'last fiscal year 173 vessels of 298.-8- Knighton, Miss Alice-- 2 Young. Mrs Sarah JAPAN - AMERICAN LINE .cilon. their freight' ledgers against this big' East among epicures who hunt forest deeps, tons arrived from Asia In 'ballast. It MEN'S LIST. :00 P. M Ubany passenger.... 10:10 a. M. credited with a large share of the freight India traffic. It may here be asked, "Will is explained that the discrepancy between the old admonition to "first catch your Aaron. Bennlc H Hubbaro. Mr STEAMSHIP KAGA MARU " In which Seattle should, figure as the eco- Hulse J II 7:30 A. M. "orvallls ptufni.r 3:50 P. M. not the Pacific extend Its liners' grasp entrances and clearances shows that a hare" should be remembered. If the day's Adams. Chas E For Japaa. China and all Asiatic point will nomic point! large number of sailing vessels cleared Aldrich. E W Hurley, Jack ltav Sattl IH"."U l M herldan paengrr.. 113:25 A. M. Supposing some master minds developing farther than Hong Kong? An examina- shooting has been a success (from the Allen. J James, Jas About July 23rd tion of the import and export cargoes of for other ports than those of Asia, but hunter's, not the squirrel's, point of Anderson, Chas Joelsohn, S L Dally. changes In the Asia freight carrying mat- tne JFacmc liners follows. Data, of the it also shows that most of the large im- Appel. S C Kelly. R M uLituly except Sunday. ter or bent on making the Pacific Ocean view), skin and dress them, cut into Klnzerger. Eldred N Nippon a fleet for the. calen- port cargoes from" tire British and Dutch pieces, and soak for a time In cold salt Aylsworth. C R llebata ticket on falo belircea Portland. Be a pet carrier, with what have they to Tusen-Kalsh- dar year make almost a complete study East Indies find their way by the Suez water to draw out the blood. Rinse and Balrd. E F Kotch & Co Lantrey, I A ramento and San Francisco. Net rates $21.25 deal? Primarily It is the world's Asia for the other lines. This fleet coals at Se- Canal across the Atlantic. cook them, with a small slice of salt pork Baker, John Bauere. Wm La Moree. Dr D M Pacific Goast Steamship Co, first class and $1-- second class. Including commerce. The world here means the "The question Is pertinent, 'Will not Laughlln. Jas aleeper. Northern world. Africa and South Amer- attle or Moji, Japan, generally at Seattle; In fresh boiling water, and add about 15 Bak, M Ball. Max Larson, Oscar Rates and tickets to Eastern polnta and Eu- but If cargo promises light It takes coal the Pacific extend the grasp of Its liners minutes before they are done potatoes and Lawson, A For South-Easter- n Alaska rope. Also JAPAN. CHINA. HONOLULU and ica have little to do with Asia's world. south of Hong Kong?' Probably not, Bayson. Aleck AUSTRALIA. Can be obtained from J. B. Extend a draughtsman's compasses by as ballast. It takes cargo at 'Seattle at onions cut up fine, a pinch of oatmeal for Barrett, William F Lehman. Ben P its own wharves, on which the Great while freights from New York to Shang- thickening, and salt and pepper. A little Barnes, M Lewis. W H Leave Seattle 9 P. M. KIRKLAND. Ticket Agent. HO Third lUHE. scale to cover 30 degrees of latitude on hai are cheaper by way of Suez than by Barlirord. Rev J W Llndsey," W A-- 2 Steamships QUEEN, COT- the world's chart and .meander It across Northern runs trains direct, and which are beef extract Improves the flavor of the Bartle, Fred Lottersteln. Jno TAGE CITY, CITY OF TO- YAMHILL DIVISION. modern In their design and equipment. the Pacific. In the one case the distance stew. the chart, following with the one leg the Is 12.360 miles, and in the other, via San Belmer, R A Lyon. Wm McCauley. S D PEKA and AL-K- L July 5. U. rs3nger. Depot, foot ot JeCersoa street. line of the Railroad from The vessels pick up cargo at Yokohama Canoe pie, a masculine Invention, for Belma, John 12, U. 10. 22. 24. 29; Aug. 1, n Trans-Russia- or other ports for the further route to Francisco, only 9920 miles; but the fact those' of the party who Insist on city ways Diddle. M Z McDole, Arthur 3. 8. 13. 14. IS. 23. 25. 23. Lea Tit tor Usrrcgo dally at 7.20. '8:40 A. M.1 Vladlvostock, the other leg hanging south Hong Kong. The round trip takes 70 days. that 3250 miles of the latter route Is. by Bills. C B McDonald, J S For further information obtain company's 12. M. 3.23. 4Mo. 0:25. a. 30. 11:30 P. M.; of the road will creep below the Malay to the extent of an occasional dessert, ex rail, throws the advantage in cost of Blswell, Roger McMillan, Jas folder. The company reserves the right to and IKOO A. M. on bundais only. Axrlva at Peninsula, Include India, follow the Suez Connections are made at Yokohama or cels, so claims Its originator, all the Blabon Co. Geo W Macabee, Ralph change steamers, sailing dates and hours of Purtland uall at 1.JJ. a: JO. iv.bo A. M.; Hong Kong with lines throughout the transportation on the side of the concoctions in the world. That It over-bak- McMillan. B F sailing, without previous notice. 1.5. 3:10. 4M. 0.15. 7.40. 10.00 P. M.; 12:44 and the Mediterranean. And if the com- East, and shipments make direct connec- route. The place of origin, however, of can be made providing the material Is Blue. Rupert, so. w juacx, uv w AGENTS N. POSTON. 24W Washington St.. A. Id. daily, except Monuay. e:Ji aad 10:04 A passes are drawn over the Atlantic with most of the freight for the far East Is Bochlke. L F Malloy. Nicholas Portland. Or.: P. W. CAKLETON. N. P. R. R. M. on Sundays oniy. the Summer route of the liners there for tions for Calcutta or Melbourne or other at hand on a moment's notice Is an un- the South, Southwest and Northwest, and Bohser. John Marsh, Geo Dock. Tacoma: Ticket Ofllce. 013 First ave., Leava tor Dallas dally, except Sunday, a guide, and again over the North Ameri- points. In figuring freight time from the disputed advantage. Have ready a dish Bonl, Albert Marshall. Jas Seattle, M. TALBOT. Comm'l Agt., C. W. MIL- 6:03 P. M. Arrive at Portland at 0:30 A. M. Atlantic seaboard 12 to 18 days must be in- mere is no reason why the railroads of fresh stewed berries, sweetened to Bosnett, Bert Marshall. D LER. Asst. Gen'l Agt. Ocean Dock. Seattle; Passenger train leaven Dalian lor Alrlle Mon can Continent, with the Canadian Pacific should not, with their steamship commu- Bowen. Fred K Mayo, Masa GOODALL. PERKINS & CO.. Gen'l Agents. days. Wednesday and Fridays at 3:SO P. M, as the northernmost line, and again over cluded for the rail trip for nications, taste. Toast pilot bread, reduce it to compete with Brandset. NilsT Matteson, DrAL San Francisco. Returns Tuesdays. Thursday and Saturdays. the Pacific with the northern cargo, but only five days for silk, which the tramp crumbs, sprinkle over the top and the pie n.in.M TnViti Afftthlpflon. F R Except Sunday. trans-Pacif- ic goes special or passenger, and eight days steamers from New York in carrying all Is complete. Bueam'an, Commodore Meservey, Randolph route to guide the upper point of the com- of that freight. If the recent combina- Buhler, Gottlieb Medsker. Mr passes the Instrument will meet the lati- for tea, which goes special. The Empress . A Man-Ma- tions made by the transcontinental lines Mens. de Mears, S E R. KOEHLER. C. H. MARKHAM. Burner, v:nas tude and longitude from which It started line has made a record from Yoko- hama to Vancouver with silk, and to New The following menu, a strictly- man-ma- have any commercial Import, it must be Burns. B Campbell, T E Mllloy, G B Miller. A E For Vladivostock and Port Manager. Gen. Frt. te Pass. Agt. and will have Included the whole Asiatic one, is contributed by a frequenter toward a more nearly complete command commercial world and more, so far as Is York 15 days. This fast line's regular Cannon,. Dr C L Miller. Hclman of the wild lands of Maine: Blueberries of the traffic to and from the Eastern essential to any present freight study. schedule to Shanghai Is 19 days from Van- fresh from the bushes shores of Asia. Nor Is It unreasonable to d by (hand-picke- Cansler, L R Carson, Frank Morrill. Dr L B Moury. A. W Arthur Direct Northern Commercial Co. Australia's traffic will have incidental couver. Chaddle). Dry assume that there Is feasibility at least bread, assort- Carry, Dr C E Morgan, Chas mention. Asia's merchandise exports, Exports and Imports. Carberry, E Myers, Geo The Northern Pacific Steamship Co.'s ed pickles. Sizzling hot broiled 'bacon. in schemes to extend the range of the Meier, Mr from the latest figures obtainable, are 51,006,245.600 a year, and Imports ' The outward work of the Pacific Mall Cold water, hot tea. Soaked toast with Pacific carriers to the East Indies. San maple syrup. Carter. Neal Church & Co Nusln, Goo ss. "Queen Adelaide" Nome St. Michael Yukon River steamers from San Francisco shows In Fine, soft, home-mad- Francisco is 1000 miles nearer "Singapore, e, Clark. Lewis Noble. O Will sail from Tacoma, Wash., on or about a ?2,000,000.000 trade. This is general the same features, but small ship- bread, apple sauce. More hot tea. Music the clearing house for a large part of the Colburn. J L Osborne. Rev H-- 2 Palnlne Mfg Co AUGUST 12 for Vladlvostock and Port Arthur lialllng dates approximate only. From the foundation of all the freight carrying furnished by the gurgling Penobscot. Easth Indian Archipelago, than any of the Colby, Frame direct. Frora ments reach ports farther Colombo, Merton Paul, w San Francisco Seattle. For freight rates and cargo space apply to Sou-raba- premises. The United States and Can- Bombay, Rangoon, Macao, Sama-ran- g, Tepid food and cold grease on the plate ports of Northern Europe. For our North Corinson. Chas L, M D Pelton. Henry F St. Paul July 23ft t ada, which is immediately involved with Batavia, Penang, Calcutta.Macassar do not contribute tb the delights of a re- Atlantic ports, even a Damlos, Will Peterson. Ernest T Conemaugh July 23 Aug. I Its transcontinental line and trans-Pacif- ic trans-isthmi- past, even In the woods; but to avoid canal would leave all Asiatic ports west Darling. Clement Plcol. Dr H DODWELL & CO., Ltd., Pnrtlnnil ...... Aug. 23 line, had of this in and Cebu. This is due to San Francisco the same. Ingenuity must be used, for It Davis. W G-- 2 Pitman. Fr.ank Connecting at St Michael for Dawson Cltj $213,000,000. Of 1899-19- freight connections of long establishment of Hang Kong nearer by way of Suez, Deady. Dr Henderson pick, Henry M D Genernl Agent SHI! Oak Street and all Intermediate points. the United States' share the Pacific Coast and to the fact that San Francisco has Is a than by way of the Pacific. But the com- n fact that to a certain well-know- Portland Furn Co For rates of passage, freight and other par had $74,000,000 (actual merchandise loaded point foods cool quicker In the open air bination of railroad and steamship trans- Delmar. Romey Preble. Ruel tlculars apply to and discharged at the six Pacific ports). In- been a buyer In some of these- - Sections Do Monge, Edward Raymond. Amer for some time. The Items are small, Sing- portation which is being pushed so vig- than In the refrigerator. A hot-wat- er Denner, J 3 Ramsay, Chas ward the Pacific Coast had $46,625,000 and apore showing only some $25,000 for the plate for each of the party Is a great con- orously ought to make the Pacific route Dlmock. Eddie E Rodden. W A outward $27,000,000. Following is another Interesting statement: year. From official data the following Is venience, but If these are not to be had, the cheaper as It Is the shorter for all DImmlck. J W Ruffell. C H Rydall. Robt Empire Transportation Co, gathered, showing accurately the Pacific heat the plates hot. There-- , will be .no Asiatic trade sent from or destined to Dodge. C A St Man. Pete any part of. the United States west of danger of injury to the polish of the Dodd, Dr 8 W United States-Asi- a Commerce. Imports Exports from Asia, to Asia. Coast exports by districts during 0, dining table. Keep the dishes that are Chicago. Those who .look for a great Donney, Jack Donney. J W Schmld. W Shephard, Albert Pufjet Sound Agent. 1S91-9- 2 $80,133,251 $19,590,350 which is a normal year for this study: cooked first burled la the ashes at one, economic and social development among Duyself, John and Smith, Jno W Record Voyage 6 Dairo. 7 Hours, 22 Minutes. heatllc. Wash. 1899-0- 0 139,842,230 64,768,475 Pacific Coapt exports inese end of the fire vntll- all are done. Then the still dormant countries of the far Dumore, Andrew Smith. Dr S A " ' ' This shows primary importance and Empire $2,426,695 get the crowd together. not. the easiest East are sustained by the examples of Earp. D P, Spauldlng. W W BOSru.1 ti LIVEftPOJL via QUEEftSlOtf.1 German China ,i .. 29,202 Edmunds. J W Spraguo Com Co New England. Twin Screw, 11.600. Aug. 14 growth. Further detail will be given later. It must be noted that a large share of Russian China British East Indies 75,236 139,337 Japan and India. Within living memory of efforts when all sorts of interests are at stake. When 'all are seated, bring on the whole foreign trade of India has Edgertons, The Editor Dally Times Stanlels, Mr and Mrs Harold Commonwealth. Twin Screw, 13.000. Aug. 2b P9KILATO It LIVERPOOL Astoria & Columbia Pacific Coast imports was the tea and Hong Kong the hot food. changed, and the commercial and Indus- Edwards, U P Sterling. W H 5.538,294 Cambroman ..Aug. SDomlnlon. ....Aug. 10" silk, valuable freight; the bulk Is light. Japan Corea : 12,983,082 122,507 There is no excuse for poor coffee any- trial revolution Is still in progress in JTapari. It will follow upon the heels ot where. The usual difficulty with it Is Elseler, L E Elliott, Vint Stevenson, Jno W Swanton, T E Vancouver ...Aug. 31 Vancouver Oct. 5 River Railroad Co. To indicate at once the present railroad Foster, Chas M T Skllltn, A S THOMAS COOK & SON, P. C. Gra'l Arent., interest in these Pacific Coast merchan- RuKslan Asia 670,215 overboiling and allowing tho aroma to es- the railroad contractor In China. The French, Dr A E Syder. E F dise exports and imports It may roughly Other Asia 5,552 cape. For the coffee, boll fresh . water. question has been asked with obvious French. M D. Augus- Svane. Rasmus 21 Market St., San Frtodsco, Cat. LEAVES Depot Fifth and ARRIVES be stated that of the Import freight the Total Scald the coffee pot, put In a large force:. 'Do we realize all that Is Implied tus E Tackaberry. Edw Tanr.er, T H 1 ftrceta. Freeman. F table-spoonf- ul $21,990,120 Fur Mk)Kcr, Kmnler. roads take overland some 90 per cent, and The Philippines Item of $1,732,270 is for every one in the camp, and in the fact that of about 470,000 miles of Galvln John 3 Taylor, A Clatskanle, Westport. of the export freight 65 per cent. The Pa- railway In the world Asia has not more throw in an extra one, according to the Glen. Frank Terrlft Perfect Washer Clifton. Astoria, cific Coast is not yet a large distributer omitted as being mainly freight for Army account. The Item of some $3,000,000 for tradition, "for the pot." Add a cupful ot than 34.000 that while Europe has a mile Grant, M B Grebe. Frank Co Thomas, Chas-- 2 WHITE COLLAR LINE Klavel. Ham. tnond. Fort StaVen. or manufacturer for the entire United account of the Canadian Pacific or Royal of railway for every 2400 Inhabitants, cold water. As soon as It bolls, draw it to Grlmshaw. S Thomas, Jno STR. BAILEY GATZERT. 3:00 A. U. Oarhart Pic. Seaside. 11:10 A. if States. Except for insignificant lots of a cooler part of the stove and pour In and the United States for every 400, Asia Gunalle, E U Thomas, Jack AJtorla and Seashore merchandise transferred at San Fran- Mall exports from Vancouver Is also as many cupfuls of boiling water as there has one only for every 28,000? The very Guruca, Mr Titus, F F DALLES nouTr:. Express. cisco for South America, the entire imports omitted. thought of the work Involved In remedy- are campers. Fill the spout with isoft Gwln, Thomas S Tourlettotte, Edw II Dally round trlpa. Leaves root Alder street Dally. The Pacific Coast merchandise Imports Hagle, Johnnie Trlbby. S K every morning at 7 o'clock, except Monday. 0:55 P. M. Afltcrla Express. 0:40 P. m; are for United States consumption. paper and let It stand where it will keep ing the disproportion is overwhelming: Halsell, George-- 2 Turman, Albert Arrive at The Dalles 3 P. M. Leave Th 12:80 P. M. lHy. from Asia are only available accurately but when we know what railways and hot, but not boll, for 10 or 15 minutes. Hanahan. Jas Vumblln, Mr and Mrs 3 Dalles 4 P. M. Arrive Portland 10 P. M. Transportation. as bulk packages. They Include a small Just before aervlng pour In half a cupful steam and mechanical invention have done Hanno. V." H Tucker, Jno C Landings i Vancouver, Cascade Locks. St. Daily except Saturday. fSaturday only The Pacific Coast freight subject may be variety of Items in the main, however, of cold water and let It stand to 9ettle for the peoples In the Atlantic area, can Harrison, E P Urquhart, Howard C Vandernaux, Neal Martin's Springs, Hood Rlvr, White Salmon, Ticket omce io5 Morrisua st. and Union Depot 3. C. MAYO. Q en-- Pass. Agt.. Astoria. Or. and are easily computed with the excep- Hardlsly. H Lyle and The Dalles. reduced immediately to a steamship basis we even In fancy place a limit on the for two or three minutes. Eggs, with the Harrlce, U F Walker. Jno C for the purpose of this study. The mer- tion of the miscellaneous merchandise. It possibilities of the Pacific?' " hens far away, are a valuable commod- Hauffman, Sidney M Wallbridge. Willie ASTORIA ROUTE. chandise stated above is carried mainly is impossible, also, to state the export ity, and cannot be spared for the coffee, Hayes, S T Warren, Edw K dock). Heath, Joseph Whipple. F M STR. TAHOMA (Alder-stre- by the regular steamship lines, all lines, points, though these can be readily judged Got the Information. but the cold water will answer every pur- Whaler. C F every morning at 7 Leaves Portland dally Returning. with one exception, being under contract from the bulkier articles. pose. Heldel. F O o'clock, except Sunday. leaves As COLUMBIA Henrlksen. L C Wild. Wm with transcontinental railroads and in the Returning to the exports, the principal New York Times. Cold water 'can take the place of milk Herman, B Williams. Wm torla every night at 7 o'clock, except Sunday.. freight conference agreement on rates, Items of the last year's traffic have been The great criminal lawyer was ques- in all recipes for Johnny cake, molasses Hlgglns, C I Williams. Fred Oregon phone Main 331. Columbia phone 351. RIVER tioning the witness In the murder trial ginger cake, plain cake, biscuit, muffins, Hill. Isaac N Williams. Lambert but. it Is believed, in no pool as to volume of traffic; The one exception is the latest flour, other breadstuffs, cotton, machinery, lead, tobacco, rails, hardware, oil. beer, as to the exact location of the wound in etc., by adding a teaspoonful more of but- Hobson, Geo Wlntle. Chas Wolfe. Jno NEW TWIN SC3FW 6000 JH LINE frt SCENERY Holer. John arrival the China .Mutual Steam Naviga- tion Company, of Seattle, which obtains canned goods, coffee to Japan, drugs, bis the murdered man's body. cuits, groceries, hops, malt, sugar, wine, ter than the directions require. The water "You witnessed the shooting, you say?" should always be fresh and cold, not tepid, House. Roy R Hubbard, At Yasuda. T York, A B oceanics.s.co. T0n S.8. SILKKA, SONOMA &VErURA TheDallex PACKAGES. freight Independent of railroad agreement, spirits and wool. But the exports Include he asked. . "Yes, sir; I did." or the production will be tough. Hatcher, Mrs M B Luce. Miss Echo SS. SIERRA. Honolulu, Auckland and Syd- Thursday. August 1. 10 A. M. Route though on the same rate basis. The traf- the whole gamut of American manufac- Dresser, Miss Lillian Pirer. Fred ney fic also Includes all the lumber sailing ture and produce with little exceptlo'n. "Where was Brown shot?" Parry. Mrs K B SS. AUSTRALIA, for Tahiti Aug. 0. 10 A. M. Too Late to Mend. photo SS. MARIPOSA, for Honolulu. Saturday. Aug. fleet; also the independent tramp steam- The conditions of trade have a direct ef- "On the second floor, sir." New York Times. Bradley. Mr D, photo-Row- e, Mrs L E 10. 2 P. M. Steamers dally, rxcept Sunday, between ships, a very rare article at date; the In- fect on freight carrying outwards. The graphs Shalnwald, Jes?e PORTLAND. CASCADH LOCKS. ilOOC Her sewing machine wouldn't run, so Chase. Miss Marion, Thompson. Elizabeth dependent sailing vessels offering for flour and other freight. Including lumber, also cotton conditions the past year have caused a loss to Puget Sound boats alone, Ilovr Customs Vary. she sent to the office for some one to photo Lanten, T II Tillman, John N Vaugh, Minnie I D.SPRECKELS k BESS. CO , Bnsral Igsats. 327 Harht St fra'l PaKMr 0(S. 643 Hdrkrt St.. fsr lo. 1. Pacifis St RIVER and THE DALLES. Leave -t dock, night and day at rar as to flour at date, though, with compared with the year previous, of She In some parts of Australia when come and repair it The machinist looked A. M. and 11 P. M. the tramp steamships, quite a figure be- pounds. The Siberian Railroad con- a man marries each of the bride's rela- at it, tried to run it, and finally said: M. V. HARRISON, W. C. ALLAWAY, fore the regular lines assumed present pro- portions. In the freight subject also there struction, with the improvements in for- tives strikes him with a stick by way of "Why, madam. It needs oiling; that's all." ,the family. , "Oiling?" snapped the woman. "Why, I tifications and general works at Port Ar- welcome Into In mmy parts of America haven't put a drop of oil on it the whole MANHOOD RESTORED;0'1? bio VI tellzer. tho prescription of afiimons French physician, will qnlckly cere you of all Agent. Portland. Generar Agent. figures the ballast. Orient fleet for the thur, the railroad construction In Japan, when Yes, andmarries each of the bride's 10 years I've had it, and I guess I'm not He a man nervous or diseases of the generative orgnu such as .Coat Jlanhood, .Inooranl:, For Oregon City, Pacific Cbast for wheat, thes"e vessels the same in China and the Increased de- rami is iee uscK,seainai .Kmiaaioaa, UBfllneaatoMarry, i;xbaiiatlaj( nervous .ucuuiij-- rimpie an tl Conatlpntloa. being largely China and Japan oil car- mand (for instance, nails) generally relatives strikes him with a family. of welcoming him Into the loan' by way going to begin now." Drains, Varicocele Xtstopsall Iossei by Cay or night. Prevents quickness of diacbnrgr.wblcWU ootcbeckect riers from America, Australia coal-carrie- rs throughout the far East, particularly also Renewed complaints are being made of the "V3JsJ liver, theSpermatorrhoea and all tho horrors all imDotency. CfJP'IJOENTEclcanwstio leads to kidneys and the urinary organs of of lmDurltles. CUPID EXKstrcnzthoca Salem Way Landings to the Orient and Hawaii and miscel- for flour, are some-of the many factors Increasing frequency of night attacks In Paris., and restores small weak organs. Steamers Altona and Pomona, for Salem anc laneous vessels. The latter include an In- in this g outwards. freight-carryin- Civil "War Veteran. The fact It that Paris has not enough police. The reason sufferers are not cured by Doctors labceanae 30 per centare troubled with Prostatitis. way landings, dally except Sunday. (1:45 A. M dia Jute vessel or two, the United States These facts show prominently a great SOUTH BEND, Wash., July 2. Thomas Is .well known that ,the Champs Elyseea CUPIDENE tho only known remedv to cure without nn operation. 6000 testlmnnUK A written Steamer Leona. for Oregon City, leaves weei transport fleet to and frQm the Philippines. growth within the past decade, and that Shopsllne, who went ihrough the. C(vi It at night is anything but a. safe thorough-- , late guarantee given and money returned It Bboxesdooanot effect a permanent cure. llX0aboz,0for(5.0Q B znall. Bend for Trxr circular and testimonials. days 8:30. A. M.. J and 0:15 P. M., Taking out tho wheat,-lumbe- find trans- r In bnesection, namely, the Pacific Coast War .In Company S, Ninth Iowa Cavalry, fare, and the Insecurity of the Bols de Sou- - Address J AVOXi MEDICIKK CO.. p. O. fjr vn. Pn CM. Sundai?. leaves S. 0:30 II A M.. 1. 2:30. 4. 5:30. 7 P. IL. Oregon City, round trljfc 25c. " port fleet, the regular steamship lines. and the East Asia mainland. This crowth" died suddenly "of fieart'f allure. ' K losrne at idsht 1m a. scandal to Ua cltv. tfnv ! iv 8. o. SKIDMORE A CO.. 151 Third Street, Portland, Oregon. Office and dock foot Taylor at.
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