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14 THE MORNING OEEGONIA!N, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1902,
lDlls - At he Central Schoolhouse, which IHfc" PALATIAL
VnlL Dill! f
choir. The honor&ry pall bearers were by of the Chamber of Deputies between 111! I I CAfTAniHC
DUlLU rALl UKlLJ flnlshefl last year. thelS rooms, are
STRIKE A DOCK Captain R. M. Ifountfort and Captain J. M. Dedlon (Nationalist) and Gerault Rich-
B. Clift, of Tacoma; Captain Frank Burns ard (Socialist), says a Times dispatch from
and Captain John Flynn, of Seattle. The Paris by way of London. The cause of
active pall bearers were Alfrrd E. Sutton, the dispute was a newspaper article by
W. G. Roberts. F. M. Crawford. P. J. M. Richard on the abjurgation of Juda-
Fraraloli, Ralph B. Smith and G. E. Ray- - ism of a certain journalist, at which pres-
'rnend. Many beautiful floral tributes mony M. Dedion is said to have been
about the casket were sent by sympathiz- ent.
EAST SIDE WATER FRONT.
all filled, the attendance helntr over iM
BEAUTIFY SCHOOL GROUNDS.
Entertainment Will Be Given in the
Boys' Brigade Hall.
" All dblight in art, and
all love of it, resolve
themselves into simple
love of that which de-
ing friends and several of the ship cap-
tains in jyrt were pre; VThe interment
M. Dedlon forbade M. Richard to write
about him, and made a gesture as though
An entertainment will' be given this serves love. That de-
New Doclc, Box Factory and Lumber evening In the Boys' Brigade Hall. In serving is the quality
was In TacGin.. cemetery. he were about to strike. 71. Richard is Central Alblna, to raise funds to Improve
said to have retaliated by kicking M. Yard Under "Way Railroad Spurs and beautify the grounds of the Thomp- which wc call ' loveli-
Reconstructing tjie Sew York. Dedion. A duel will probably follow. Arc Needed. son Schoolhouse on Shaver street. It will ness "
NEW YORK, Oct. 21. After IS months bo held under the auspices of the Ladles' Ruskia
SiTOP. WORK ON TWO SHIPS in drydock, the liner New York has been
floated and will be taken Jo Philadelphia MUST MAKE FANAf ICS GO
Auxiliary Civic League and the Central it
for complete refitting.
Important Improvements arc under way
and projected for "the East Side water
Alblna Board of Trade.
Committees will decorate he hall to-
The alterations and reconstruction of Government Informed Parleying front which will aggregate several' nun- - day and put up some booths where candy,
ice cream and confectionery will be sold.
Men Allege Tbat Their Union Is
the New York's hull is said to have been
the largest piece of work ever attempted
"With DouUhobors Ih Useless. dred thousand dollars; aria also steps have
been- taken to build "up a manufacturing A short programme will be given. George
Hyland, of the National Civic League, will
in an American shipyard. The cost of re- YANKTON, N. W. T., Oct. 3L "I think district between Grand avenue and East I'-
Against Trouble t construction, up to date, is said to have power or reason to parley Tenth street and Hawthorne avenue and deliver a brief address on civic improve- so truly deserves the ll
May Spread to Other been nearly $1,000,000. Repairs and re- It Is beyond Ex- Belmont street by extension of a spur i ments, and William Rasmus will give sev- -
love of those who love
construction to the engines and boilers with the Doukhobors any longer. from the O. R. & N. Co.'s Second-stre- : eral elocutionary selections. The pur
Wharves. will cost another $1,000,000. haustion, hunger and sleeplessness have line on East Salmon to East Tenth. pose is to Improve the grounes ironung beautiful things that its
rendered their condition such that they Work on the pile foundation of the big !
on Shaver street. Flowers will be plant-rinp- V
Removing of Bnlln.it Progresses. can no longer be reasoned with. I have fnr tho firomn Wn tor Pnn-p-r R: ! ed. and perhaps a fountain may be placed title to loveliness, as
Railroad Comnanv. which will extend7 in the court. It Is hoped to get the Board
Members of the Gralnhandlers Union
ASTORIA, Oct. 31. (SpecIal.)--Wo- rk on worKeu nigiiL uyu uu n
discharging the ballast from the British people, and must confess defeat so iar as ,rJr
irum .uauison-mrt- ''7"' uimst:
"r, t" i
t m nrm-W-
walk on Shaver street.
a nnncrflte side- -
Rueful defines the
working for Balfour, Guthrie & Co. on ship County of Roxborough, at the quar- inducing them to return to their homes Poulsen & Co.'s lumber dock. Is under
way. A driver is driving plies at tne
vonl, is secure. It is
Oceanic dock went on strike yesterday antine station, is progressing as rapidly Is concerned. One thing Is certain, that Finishing Gymnasinm. also admirable as to
morning and tied up the shipping busi- as could be expected under the circum Doukhobors must be taken care of. I East Side approach of Madison-stre-
stances, and will be completed in hnvp noHftprt th authorities at Ottawa bridge, and a considerable start has been The big gymnasium of the Columbia
ness there. The grievance is against this
couple of weeks. The ballast Is hoisted to elve the question of their condition made. So extensive will this dock be University, at University Park, is Hear- vrorkmauship, sterling
one firm of exporters, but should the re-
maining members of the union at work on out on to a barge, where It is thoroughly the most serious 'consideration. It seems that it will take 1,000,000 feet of lumber ing completion. The trusses ore all In po- as to .quality, and mod-cra- te
saturated with a solution of acid of i to me that force now Is necessary, dls-o- n as to complete it. The cost will be not un- sition, and will soon be covered. It will
other docks join them in the walk-ou- t, der ?50,000, and may be much more. be an Imposing structure, one of the as to price.
Portland's grain exporting will come to a bromide of mercury, and then dumped reason and kindness have failed. If
the shore In the rear of the station, aster is to be prevented, the frenzied Rus- - The Standard Box Factory's proposed largest of the sort on the Coast. Very
stop at the busiest time of the year. new plant will be one of the largest on few. If any. of the colleges are provided Alt Xat a dnrlc ofilee In the linllrtlnc;
The strike at Oceanic dock Is for recog- the Coast. It will cover nearly four . w!th so large a gymnasium: The floor Is responsible absolutely flrproof; electric lsht.- n -
nition of the union. Nonunion truckers blocks at the foot of East Ankeny and being smoothed preparatory to track and nrtexlnn wnterj perfect
have been at work there with union men 1902-0- 3 GRAIN FLEET FROM PORTLAND East Ash street, provided portion of East work. The college has started out well for
and tuoruiiKh ventilation.
for some time past and every effort of the Water; East Ankeny and East Asa streets '
run dny uitil nifflit.
latter to bring the former Into the union JULY. Sailing are vacated. It will have at least four j
has failed. The strike was ordered at a Wheat. date. times the capacity of the present factory
special meeting of the gralnhandlers held Clearing date. name, flag, rig, tons, master destination, shipper bu. Value. East Side Xotes Rooms- -
a few nights ago. There Is no dispute
about the question of wages. All the
9 Jocobsen. l r. bark. 1730. Olivier, u. K... r o.. Port. G. tJo
2 Asle. Fr. bark. 2059. Olllvaud. U. K.. f. o.. Balfour
Wynforu, Br. bark. 1S59. Bellringer. Port Elizabeth, Kerr... .123,614
clals of the company
decline to say any-- on
Three electric "lights have been installed
" "" 7
AIXSLIE. DR. GEORGE. Physician.... 413-- 4 W
men receive 35 cents an hour and 50 cents 2i
thing at concern j a cat PRESS: E. L. Powell. Mgr..5K
for overtime, night work, Sundays and
"What we claim," said F. H. Curtis,
14 Sierra Estrclla. Br. ship.. 1392, Farmer, Vort Elizabeth. Kerr. . 7S.912
23 Eskasoni (A), Br. ship, 1715, Townsend. Durban, Balfour . 3,745
ing their new factor?, but It Is known
that If the streets are vacated as asked
fcr. which is considered very probable, i
J- - T. Gucrln. formerly a resident of
AUSTEN. F. C. Manager for Oregon and
Washington Eankora' Life Association of
Des Moines. Ia 03
SAKER. G. EVERT. Attorncy-ut-La-
president of the Gralnhandlers' Union, "is 27 Elba (B), Gcr. str., 2U23, Bruhn. Port Natal, Stevens . .33,000 21,840
as the public would not be Inconvenienced : Slae returned yesterday from WHAT IS DEVELOPED RANKERS- - LIFE ASSOCIATION. OF DES
that the management of Oceanic dock is SEPTEMBER. or suffer any loss, It will be one of the' British Columbia with the body of her MOINES. I .v.: F. C. Auaten. Mgr. ... .302-50- 3
discriminating against union men and hir- largest and most complete plants on the ago. hueoand. who died there several months BENJAMIN. R. V.. Dcntlt
ing nonunion men in place of them, con- V12
Routenburn, Br. bark, 1933, Roberts. U. K.. f. o.. Kerr ;.. 110,216 70,000 19 The final Interment will be in Lone
j RERNAKD. G.. Caihler Pacific Mercantile
trary to the agreement. The same com- 11 Polamhall (C). Br. str., 2597. Heppel, St. Vincent, f. o., Kerr 12.41S 7,842 10
The' East Side Lumber Company, which Fir cemetery, The most perfect development of Co ll
pany owns Mereey dock, but there the 19 Bramoletye iD), Br. bark, 1472, Jones, Cape Town, P. F. j
the nutrient elements of Rye BIXSU ANGER. OTTO S.. Physician and
gralnhandlers have no grievance, nor M. Co" 11.925 8.000 24 is now building a large sawmill at Sell- -, The harvest fair by Evening Star Vhiskcy is conceded by leading Surgeon ......
wood, will have a lumber yard on the ' Grange. No. 27. Patrons of Husbandry,
19 Peter Rickmers, Ger. sh:p, 2S25. Schober, U. K. f. o.. Balfour.105.S3S 104,495 1
have they in any other ports where the iO Austrasla, Br. bark. 2516, Ewart. U. K,, f. o., Eppinecr 155,050 100,784 2
water front block at the foot of East "ft'11" be held today In Multnomah Hall, on chemists to be found in K. V., Dnttst 314
company Is shipping. We do not accuse in Forrest Hall. Br. ship. 1399, Logan, U. K., f. o., P. P. M. Co.. 116,357 73,204 1
Pine street. At Sellwood, foot of Spokane the Section road.Yrgterday the women of
Balfour, Guthrie & Co. of discriminating 9 Carnbronne lE). Fr. bark. 1420. Legloanic. U. K.. f. o., Glrvln 4 HnHS U rv Timber Lnnda 51a
against our men, but believe from appear- 20 inyber. Br. ship. 1127. Kothtry. U. K.. t. o.. P. F. M. Co. ...114.422 74374 avenue, this company has secured four the Grange decorated the hall and put 15ROCK. WILBUR F.. Circulator Orego
blocks, three for mill site and one for t ln condition for the event. A good Wl
ances that the management of Oceanic OCTOBER. P'QJ of farm produce is expected. nlan
is responsible for the trouble.
that if the company is prejudiced
We 3 Semantha, Br. bark, 2211, Crowe. U. K., f. o.. P. F.- Zl. Co
3 Cypromene, Br. ship, 17.0. Roberts. U. IC. f. o.. Balfour, .. 99,914
133.355 - S5.340
The Hawthornes desire to provide a
Tabor Ledge. No. 33, and Tabor Lodge,
manufacturlne district east of Grand ave- - No. 55. Decree of Honor. Ancient Order
$8 BROWN. MYRA. M. D
URUERE. DR. G. E.. Physician...
CAMPiiELL. WM. M.. Medical Reteree
against union men on one dock, they 3 Lirne Branch. Br. str., 31GS. Haling, St. Vincent, f. o., Kerr 259,723 176.000
nue. Surveys have been made for a spur j United Workmen, 'celebrated the 24th an- - '. warn Equitable Life
would be cn all the docks they own. For Br. ship, 1S57. Armstrong. U. IC, f. o.. Balfour
Fall-port- , 122.S21 81,062
70.CS5 on East Salmon street from East Second niversary of the order last night In Odd CANNING. M. J 3
this reason, we canot help but think the Co.117,354 79,800 to East Tenth. If connection can be Fellows' Hall. There was a large
I L'AKUV.ELL DR. J. 1 Dentist 50U
superintendent of Oceanic dock Is to Co CAUKIN. G. E.. District Asent Travelers
blame and is working independently of
advice frcm the company in this respect."
1 Wcga. Gcr. ship. 1915. Ftnnckohl. U. K., f. o.. Balfour.... 129.399 Solioi with tho O. R. & N. Co.'s line on tendance and the evening was pleasantly
East Second street, that district will no spent. Several short talks were made. Baltimore Insurance Comnanv - IIS
22 Dynoment, Br. ship. 1609. Snodden. U. K., f. o., Port Grain Co.110,553 74.000 CHICAGO ARTIFICIAL LIMB CO.; W. T.
The gralnhandlers say union men have
been discharged with regularity and non-
union men put in their places. Protest
Poplar Branch. Br. str., 3173. Anderson, St. Vincent.f. o.,Kerr.l4G,7l)6
Chlit. Ger. ship. 2054. Spille. U. K., f. o., Balfour....
Copley, Dan. ship, 1695. Struckmann, U. K.. f. o., Kerr
23 doubt be opened up to manufacturing The body of John Graham, Sr.. whose
concerns. This is the expectation. The age at the time of his death was 93
district is already occupied by an exten- - years, was sent to The Dalles yesterday
e Dickson. Manager
CHURCHILL. MRS. E., J
COFFEY. DR. R. C. Surgeon
was made to the firm recently and the 16 Nereus. Ger. ship. 1714, Baake, .U. IC. f. o.. P. F. M. Co 103,609 74.59S slvc sash and door factory covering an morning for Interment. The
wpm COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY
Madagascar, Br. bark, 199d. Smith, U. K., f. o.. McNear 125,500 57,850 entire block, two canneries, and a two- - j ers who attended we're: Captain W. H.
gralnhandlers were told the matter- was
In the hands of Superintendent Scott. The
31 Mcrven, Br. bark. 1997, Hughes, U. IC. i. o.. P. F. M.Co 123,033, S9.623 story building Is going up for Neustadter j Foster, Leabe Roy, D. T. Buoh, George Ml I
and by their chem-
CORNELIUS. C. W.. Phya. and Sureop...20a
SUMMARY FOR OCTOBER. Bros, for manufacturing purposes. There Farl. C. L. Parker and G. W. Yagers, COLLIER. P. F.. Publisher; t. P. McGulre.
latter, according to the gralnhandlers, will probably be no material opposition
ical analysis it is
told the men he had orders from the firm 1902 1901 1900 while Miss Ethel Knight, of 191 Cherrv
to the construction of the railroad spur street, was trying to board a Lower recommended for
to surround himself with nonunion men Wheat Bush. Value. Bush. Value. Bush. Value, n Al-o-
general use as the
COUNTY PHYSICIAN 4
ns fast as preslble. The truckers there- To Europe ..1.702,2:9 51.144.251 1.7&G.093 $1,016,192 1,231,237 $759,989 East Salmon, as there are few resi- - , bina car Thursday evening she was COX, RALSTON. Manager American Guar-
upon held a meeting, considered the mat- To Africa .. 1W.0 70,595 ueiiuejs on iim sireei. .n attempt was struck bv nnnthor She stepped acros3 anty Co.. o Chicago 502
To San Franckco .. 56.COO SS.COO 3,560 1,994 13.550 7,317
made to get a snur from the Southern the street without noticing that another Ci.OW. C. P.. Timber and Mines..... 013
ter and decided to strike. DAY, J. G. & L N 313
Two ships are at the Oceanic dock, the Pacific Railroad north along East Ninth car was approaching. was struck Most Perfect
street, but thex opposition from the resl- - with such force that she She carried for-
Total wheat 1.859.67J $1,254,446 1.799,653 $1.01S,9S6 1.304.7S7 $767,300 DICKSON. DR. J. F., Physician 713-1- 4
Adolf and the John Cooke, and the work Fl5ur Bbls. Value. Bbls. Value. Bbls. Value. was EDITORIAL ROOMS Eighth Floor
of loading 'both had begun some days ago. To Orient and Siberia 52,5;9 Sli.7.137 b9.310 bZOj) $146,000 dents was too strong, and the movemenf ward and wao out of danger when the car Whiskey Made EVENING TELEGRAM 325 Alder Streel
Yesterday morning all was In readiness To South Africa S2.o6S 93.567 was dropped, but the conditions are alto- was stopped. EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCI
on the part of the dock people to continue To San Francisco 3.174 8.8.VT 35,529 41,155 10,695 53,tX gether different along East Salmon street.. ETY; L. Samuel. Manager; G. S. Smith.
the stowing away of cargo when the an- When an outlet on East Taylor street is"1 CashWr 308
Total SS.121 5269.491 305 135 $:S3 C48 72.193 $19J,to; provided. Fisher, Thorsen & Go. will put WEINHARD'S BIG BUILDING For the physical
nouncement was made that a strike was needs of women it FEN TON, J. D.. Physician and Surgeon. OuO-1- 0
on. The longshoremen, who belong to Bush. Value. Bush. Value. Bush. Value. up a large brick building on that street, FENTON. DR. HICKS C. Eye and Ear 511
a separate union, though affiliated with Flour reduced to wheat measure.. 396.514 $260,491 473.125 $28,3;8 227.127 $19a,S0f The firm owns nix lots. Road Trays Through It for Material-Sm- all is a pure tonic. FENTON, MATTHEW F.. Dentist 5lW
Wheat as above 1.659.C79 1.144,251 :,7S9,C53 1.O1S.9S0 1,S04.7S7 767,306
the grainhandler.s had taken their places Sn.Tvmi)l Inside AValls. GALVANI. W. H.,' Engineer and Draughts
In the holds of the two ships and were Total wheat and flour. .2,25G,223n.404,742 2,272,778 $1,307,334 1,631.914 967,113 SEW SCHCOLIIOUSES. man j ....COO
waiting for the sacks of wheat to be The fronts of Welnhard's building on IlOTIt CHILD BROS., GEARY. DR. E. 1'.. Phya. and Surgeon. ...40
Good Progress Beinc; Made, but At- Portland, Oro. UIE3Y. A. J., Physician and Surgeon. .700-71- 0
chutcd down to them. No sacks came, Oak street, from Fourth to Fifth, are pro-
but in place of of
s (A) Alio 23.S3S barrels Hour, valued at $86,505. tendance Will Soon i .ik Them. gressing rapidly, and the stone water GILBERT. DR. J. ALLEN, Physician.. 2
(B) Also 30.04C barrels flour, value at $yi,93S Pupils and teachersof the Woodlawn. tible is in place nearly-al- the way round. SoLDMAN. WILLLVM. Manager Manhat-
their --brother union, who explained the (C) iso 143.933 bushels barley, valued at $C9.0SS. tan Life Ina. Co.. ot New York 209-21- 0
situation. The stevedores thereupon took (D) Also 22.250 barrels flour, valued at $64,000. Sunnyslde and Seliwood Schools are lead The lower story will soon ba up. and prep- - GRANT. FRANK S.. Attorney-at-La- 617
f, themselves and in a short time
dock was r.s quiet as on a Sunday In
(E) 115.2T4 bushels bar.ey. valued at $63,675. Ing a somewhat strenuous life at present, orations are being made on a grand scale
and will continue to do so until the new for tho construction of the other Ave
DRMRKltARfSWfflDERFUL 0fm GR1SWOLD St PHEULE1", Tailors
(F) 32,368 barrels flour, $93,867.
"Sailed following month.''
additions are finished. At Woodlawn a stories. Tho quantity of brick and lumber i30 Bays' Treatm ent 131 Sixth Street
HAMMAM BATHS. Turkish and Russian..
Whether the trouble will extend to the new eight-roo-
schoolhouse Is being needed for these five stories would block
other grain wharves here remains to be sians must at once be Induced to aban-he- r built, and, pending Its completion, the the streets on all sides, so two driveways HAMMOND. A. B 310
sen. The view Is more or less general Sixty tons of ballast were taken out. of -
pupils are scattered around. Four rooms- ' have been made through the building HOLLISTER. DR. O. C, Physician and
yesterday, and it is believed that this don their mad march."
of the old building are occupied and sev- - ' from Fourth to Fifth, and all the
that it cannot be confined to Ocennlc ma-or- al Surgeon .504-50- 5
dock. The exporters, however, declare daily output will be increased to 80 tons, j This statement of Colonization Agent
Speers today is a summary of the situa-lea- st outside rooms are used. Principal terlil will bo hauled In on thorn and sent IDLEMAN. C. M.. Attorney-at-La- .416-17--
they do not r.pnrehend anything serious. Captain Leslie says that he know3 of at Milner said yesterday that the new build- - UP elevators
j George Langford. con- JEFFREYS. DR. ANNICE F.. Phya. &
They say the dispute is one solely be- G003 ton3 of similar ballast procured j tion. Two of the Doukhobor women are ing may be ready by February 1, but that tractor for the brick work, will operate Surg. Women and Children only 400
from the same place, which was dls- - i now helpless lunatics. - The men slept In JOHNSON. XV. C
tween the gralnhandlers and the superin-
ditches and on railway tracks last night, would depend on whether the furnace an elevator at one end with a steam en-w-
KADY. MARK T., Supervisor of Agent3.
tendent of Oceanic dock. When the charsed at Portland last year, and also I
made ready so the plaster could bo sine, and at the other end with an
wage question was. settled about a year that at Shanghai the same material Is j and trains had to be run with care In the dried out. The principal said tric motor, and so will be able to com-th- e
Mutual Reserve Life ln3. Co 605
aero, both sides aureed that there should used to fill in around the city, and no district where the Doukhobors are on the LITTLEFIELD. 11. K., Phys. and Surg 206
march, school was getting along as well as pare the relative merits of steam and The safest and surest mode of treating dis- MACKAY. DR. A. E., Phys. and Surg. .711-71- 2
be no discrimination between union and question is made there of Its sanitary could be expected under the circumstances electricity for such work. ease is with Dr. Burkhart's Vegetable Com- MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF
non-unio- n labor. They declare that the condition. and no complaints arc made. As soon as Mr. Walker, who has the contract for pound, the greatest restorer of health. Guar- NEW YORK; W. Goldman. Mgr 2OU-2-
men of the Gralnhandlers' Union, by their completed the eight rooms will all be the carpenter work, will have such an anteed to cure Stomach. Liver and Kidney MARSH. DR. R. J.. Phys. and Surg
action yesterday, broke this agreement. Sealer Umbrinn Hetnrnx. PERSONAL MENTION. fully occupied, and there will be no re- enormous amount of lumber to handle, Complaints. Catarrh. Pains In Rack, Coated
Tongue. Flotches or Pimples on Face. Rheuma- MARTIN. J. L. & CO., Timber Lands
VICTORIA, B. C, Oct. 31. The scaling ,J. M. Church, the La Grande banker, is serve space left, except In the old build- and so much sawing to be done, that he tism. 10 days' trial free. All Druggists'. McCOY. NEWTON. Attorney-at-La- 715
SHAKES BY A "SEAQUAKE." schooner Umbrlan reached port today
guest at the Portland. a ing, which" stands at one. side of the contemplates putting in an electric mo- Dil. W. S. Bl'RKIIAHT, Cincinnati, O. Mcelroy, dr. j. g.. phys. & sur.701-702-70.- 1
with 74S skins, making a total of 100S for grounds. There Is hardly a doubt but It tor and circular saw and literally estab- McFADEN. MISS IDA E., Stenographer... 201
Marine Distnrliance Reported by the Architect C. A. Allston, who has been lishing a small siwmill of his own on the McGlNN. HENRY E.. Attorney-at-La-
the season. She reports that two Indians
visiting in Portland for a few days, left will provide for overflow next vear. 311-x- J
were drowned from the schooner Pene- .t kHsanuuu .it . muipai uunua U.lu' yes- - ground floor, which will very materially McGUIRE. S. P.. Manager P. F. Collier.
Captain of a Whaler. yesterday for Ogden, Utah. j
PARKER'S Publisher 415
It is a strange tale of a strange marine lope. A number of Japanese schooners, terday that the four rooms of the new expedite his work. When a start is once McKENZlE. DR. P. L., Pnys. and durg.312-1- 3
James E. Biackwell, superintendent
whose government Is not a party to thr part of the building would probablv be r made on the second story, the speed with
disturbance that was told by Captain of construction of the drydock at Van- METT. HENRY 213
Montgomery, of the whaling bark Alice modus vlvendl, which forbids the use o. occupied about Christmas, but that the which the walls will climb to the sixth MILLER. DR. HERBERT C., Dentist and
couver, came over to town yesterday, and story, if the season is at all favorable,
Knowlcr. which has just arrived at San firearms In the sea. were teen to thv
is at the Perkins.
entire building could not be occupied be- Oral Surgeon 3
Francisco from the Siberian Coast. westward of the Prlbyloffs shooting seals fore the opening of next term. It will be will astonish all beholders. MOSSMAN. DR. E. P.. Dentist 513-51- 4
Mrs. John Noyes, Sr., widow of the n well-know-
necessary to make changes In the four Promotes tho growth of tho hair and MUTUAL RESERVE LIFE INS. CO.;
"We were lying some 200 miles off the mlningman, and her son, John
Kurllc Islands on the Siberian Coast, Xe-- Yorlc Oriental Liner. f'ooms of the' old building, so they will Charjycd With Hor.iesxcalliigr. gives it the lustre and sllklnes3 oi youth. Mark T. Kady. Supervisor of Agents.. 3
Noyes, arrived from Butte yesterday, and correspond with the new part. The ALBANY, Or., Oct. 31. (Special.) Will- NICHOLAS, HORACE IS.. Attorney-at-Law.71- 6
when the shock was felt on August 13,"' NEW YORK, Oct. SI. A new direct are at the Portland.
When tho hair Is gray or faded It
said he. "Almost a dead calm prevailed, steamship service Is to be established be- building will be fully occupied from iam Hall was brought to Albany this NILES. M. L., Cashier Manhattan Life In-
and the sea was as smooth as a mlllpond. tween New York and China and Japan. W. L. McCabe, the largest stevedoring the start. evening from Sweet Home and placed In
I BRINGS BACK THE YOUTHFUL COLOR. surance Company of New York..... 200
I was In shaking when I suddenly felt The first vessel on this
my cabin the steum-shl- p contractor on Puget Sound, who has It will be several weeks before the ad the County Jail pending examination, on J It prevents Dandruff, and hair falling NOTTAGE. DR. G. H.. Dentist .000
the ship like a leaf. It seemed Hero, of 6000 tons, Is scheduled to been spending a day in the city, returned dition to the Sunnyscde Schoolhou can the charge of- the theft of a horse from
? and keeps tho scalp clean and healthy. OLSEN, J.
General Manager Pacific
that the deck was falling in on me. The eail December 15 for Shanghai. Tslng Tau, to Seattle yesterday. be occupied The carpenter work Is fin- - the farm of J. K. Reilev. residing be- -
ished, but there are many little things- tween Albany and Sero. Hall had a
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"whole ship rattled as from impact with Tien Tsln and Yokohama. A. J. Johnson, an official of the Bureau quar-wantln- g.
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Eome object. I knew that the disturb- of Forestry In the Department of Agri- rel wlth hjs father, residing at this city.
ance was not caused by a heavy sea. and culture, came up from Astoria yesterday, Two portable classrooms have been t am going Into the country helped lt him-bul-
OREGONIAN BARBER SHOP; Marsch &
I rushed on deck. There I found the The Adderley goos down to Rainier and is at the Perkins. for the Highland building, but the ' self to a horse and started for Crook George. Proprietors 12a Sixth
crew n and gazing helplessly
Dr. J. M. Short; of Gresham. came to relief has not been very marked. The county across the mountains, when he
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at one another. While on deck the shak- to load lumber for Australia. town yesterday to meet his brother, Wil- increase in the attendance seems to keep apprehended at Sweet Home while J. F. Strauhal. Manager 20O
ing continued, and a rumbling noise re- The Thompson, which arrived down liam Short, and his sister, .Miss Short, up with the increase in room. One ex- - Qn tne animal. PACIFIC MERCANTILE CO.; J. F. Olsen.
sembling thunder seemed to come from yesterday with the Chile. left up immed- both of Edmonton, N. W. T. tra classroom has been provided for the ; General Manager 211-21- 2
the depths of the sea. The surface of the iately after with the Ingeborg and the Ernest G. Locke, of Seattle, who has
Williams-Avenu- e Schoolhouse. and an- - ; HeaCache. indigestion, biliousness, dys-oth- cr PORTLAND EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY
sea was disturbed and was breaking up In Salem. is being built lor the. North Cen- - petfsia and stomach troubles are cured by Ground Floor. 133 Sixth Street
confused masses. The rumbling noise and been In the city for a day or two, is on tral. The latter building contains 440 pu- - Hood's Sarsaparilla. QUIMBY, L. P. W.. Game and Forestry
The Queen arrived up yesterday with his way to the State of Oaxaca, Mexico, Warden
the vibration ceased simultaneously, and the Clan Galbralth in tow. The ship drop- to examine a sliver mine for a syndicate
the sea again became calm. Both my ped anchor in the "stream and will go to of Portland and Seattle people. REED. WALTER. Optician. ..133 Sixth Street
chronometers stopped at 2:30 o'clock In the sand dock today. The towboat after- R1CKENBACH. DR. J. F.. Eye, Ear. Nose
the afternoon, and I was set 30 miles out wards left down with the Copley. Hon. Miles C. Moore, of Walla Walla, nd Throat 3
or my course by the incident. I didn't who was the last territorial Governor of ROSENDALE. O. M.. Metallurgist and Min-
The "White Star Line has ordered an- ing Engineer
notice if the surface of the water was other steamer, to "be built at Belfast, Washington, who Js in the city on busi- RYAN, J. B., Attorney-at-La-
discolored, but for two days I sighted which Is to be several feet longer and a ness, predicts that the Republicans will
carry Washington by a majority of at SAMUEL. L., Manager Equitable Life
flshes floating on the surface of the sea," few feet wider than the Cedric. The least 15,000. SHERWOOD. J. XV., State Commander K.
Cedrlc is 21.000 tons burden and the largest O. T. M 517
WATERED CAPITAL. liner afloat. NEW YORK, Oct. 31. John E. Red- SMITH. DR. L. B.. Osteopath 0
mond, member of Parliament, who came SMITH. GEORGE S.. Caahier Eultabla
Comment on Extravagant Price Paid over to attend the United Irish League IF Y0U8 DEALER TfilES TOTAUC Life 306
Domestic and Foreign Ports. Cniwentlrn 1n Tirwtnn snllari tnilm-- nn YOU INTO THE MISTAKE OF BUYING STOLTE. DR. CHAS. E., Dentist 5
For" White Star Line. ASTORIA. Oct. 31. Arrived at 11 A. M. and i ViTT, I , C V. STOW. F. H.. General Manager Columbia
LONDON, Oct. 31. Severe comment on IPft i,n nt 12iS0 T Robert Dollar. "uuc olui v.ei was ac- - 1
ANOTHER MAKE,YRITE TO US.- - Telephone Co 003
the alleged extravagant price at which fmm Kpnttif. Arrived nt 12 John companied by his wife and son. John Dil-1
SURGEON OF THE S. P. HY. AND N. P.
the International Mercantile Marine Com- A., from San Francisco. Sailed at 1 P. M. Ion and Michael Davitt, who came to this HEXTER, MAY & CO. TERMINAL CO 70e
pany bought the White Star Line appears Steamer Leelanaw and schooner Fanny Adele, country with Mr. Redmond, will remain DOWN REPEATING SHOTGUNS PORTLAND, OR. SUPERINTENDENT'S .OFFICE 201
in the financial columns of the London for San Francisco. Sailed at 1:15 P. M. here until Christmas. THRALL, S. A.. President Oregon Camera
newspapers this morning. It is predicted Schooner John Smith, for San Francisco. Ar A Winchester n Repeating Shotgun, with
Take-Dow- C!ub 2H
that it will be impossible to pay dividends rived updown at 1:15 P. M. German ship Chile. LONDON. Oct. 31. The last news re- a strong shooting, full choked barrel, suitable for THREE IN ONE" QUICK ACCOUNT
on "such a watered capital, and the public Left at 4 P. M. Danish bark Ingeborg and ceived here from Charles M. Schwab is SYSTEM COMPANY. OF OREGON 31S
schooner Sajem. Condition of the bar at 4 that he is at Como, Italy, thoroughly en- trap or duck shooting, and an extra interchangeable "Let the GOLD DUST twins do your work." TUCKER. DR. GEO. F.. Dentist
Is "warned to avoid subscribing if shares P. !., rough; wind outhwet: weather rainy. modified choke or cylinder bore barrel, for field
are issued. Comparisons are drawn with joying his holiday. No mention is made U. S. LIGHTHOUSE ENGINEERS. 13TH
d bark, flying distress signals, was
shooting lists at only $42.00. Dealers sell them DIST.: Capt. XV. C. Langtltt. Corps of
the Hooley methods of company promot- picked up off Korth Deach by a steam schoon- of his being In bad health, or of his hav- Engineers. U. S. A
ing. er: had been close In to the breakers with an- ing the Intention to resign the presidency for less. This makes a serviceable all round S03
of the United States Steel Corporation. gun within reach of everybody's pocket book. U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE RIVER. AND
In an editorial article the Daily Mall chor down and sails Mown away. HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS; Cuptaln XV.
points out that the steamship City of San Francisco. Oct. 31. Salted Steamer A. J. Drexel's steam yacht Margherita,
Rome, which cost $1,500,000 In 1S81. has Just Qulnto. for Ladysmlth: schooner .Repeat, for which was recently docked and repainted WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS COMPANY C Langfltt, Corps of Engineers. U. S. A.. 810
WILEY. DR. JAMES O. C. Phys. & Sur.703-- a
been sold for $S5,000 to break up. The Coos Bay: schooner Gem. for Coos Bay. at Southampton, has been chartered by 127-13- 5
First Street, - San Francisco, Cal. WILSON. DR. EDWARD N.. Physician
paper asks what Is the precise value of Auckland, Oct. 31. Sailed Ventura, for San Mr. Schwab, and he'ls likely to cruise in and Surgeon 3
Mr. Morgan's collection of second-han- Francisco. d her In the Mediterranean for several WILSON. DR. GEO. F.. Phys. & Surg..706-7- 0
liners, a majority of which are 10 years Movllle. Oct. 31. Sailed Pretorian, for Mon- months. WILSON. DR. HOLT C. Phys. & Surg.507-30- 3
old. treal. WILLAMETTE VALLEY TELE. CO 61J
Cherbourg. Oct. 30. Arrived Columbia, from CHICAGO. Oct 31. J. P. Morgan ar- WOOD. D1U XV. L-- . Physician
New York, via Plymouth, for Hamburg and rived In Chicago today, accompanied by
CREW AT SAX FRANCISCO. proceeded. TWENTY YEARS ,OF SUCCESS
Queenstown. Oct. 31. Arrived Lucanla, from Frank Sturges and J. C. Lanyer. After
Men of Abandoned Schooner Peder- - New York for Llverr-obl- and proceeded. luncheon the party went to the horse
In the treatment of chronic diseases, such as liver, Offices may be had liy npplj-Ing- r te
New York. Oct. 31. Sailed Celtic, for Liv- show. Mr. Morgan declined to give any Wdney and stomach disorders, constipation, dlarrhooa. the superintendent of the building:,
sen Reach Port. erpool; 30th. steamer G. C. Llndnuer, from reason for his visit. dropsical swellings. Brlght's disease, etc.
- SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 31. The crew of Aberdeen for San Francisco: schooner New- - room Ol. Mecond lloor.
the abandoned schooner Ottillla Peder-se- n burg, from Aberdeen for San Francisco; schoon WASHINGTON, Oct. Root KIDNEY AND URINARY
arrived on the transport Sheridan er Grace Dollar, from Hoqulam for San Fran- - ' returned to Washington today and called Complaints, painful, difficult, too frequent, milky or CU35
from Nagasaki, leaving Captain J. C. Cisco. Arrived 30th. steamer Chchalis. from on the President at the White Kouse. bloody urine, unnatural discharges speedily cured. NKO
Hanson, of the Pedersen, In Japan. The San Francisco for Aberdeen. DISEASES OF THE RECTUM PAT
Pedersen was bound from Whatcom for Seattle. Oct. 31. Sailed Steamer City of Pu- NEW YORK. Oct. 31. (Special.) North-
Hong Kong with a cargo of 600,000 feet of eblo, for San Francisco. Arrived Steamer western people registered at New York Such as piles, fistula, fissure, ulceration, mucous and THE MOl'&KN APPLIANCE. A luUt
Queen, from San Francisco; steamer Dlrlgo, bloody discharges, cured without the knife, pain or will take every particle of dust and dirt from your way to perfect manhood. Th VACUUX
lumber, and on October 5, when 600 miles Skagway; bark Kate Davenport, from hotels today asCity, Or. follows: con3nement. floors and woodwork makes them cs clean as a TREATMENT cures you without jedleln ot
off the coast of Japan, lost her rudder from Alaska; British steamer Hyson, from Hong From Baker J. K. Romiga. whistle, neat as a pin. Nothiner so rood for washing
11 ntrvc-i- s or dbrascs of the gnerutivc
In a gale, and began to leak. The leak Kens. at the Herald Square. DISEASES OF MEN clothes and dishes. Mich tm ost manhood, exhaustive drain,
was kept down by the crew, but the ves- From Seattle Mrs. R. C Stevens, H. Blood poison, gleet, otricturc, unnatural losaeo, taricocelf. inipotency. etc. Men ur? quickly
Tacoma, Oct 31. Arrived British ship Made only by THE N. K. FAIEBANX COMPANY. to inrlcz health and s'.reueti:. Writ
sel, according to "First Mate Scheldrop, Morgan, at the Navarre; A. S. Burwell thoroughly cured. No failures. Cures New York. Boston. St. Louis. for circular. Correspondence confidential.
from Seattle; barkentlne James Johnson, Chicago.
was entirely unmanageable without a rud- from Seattle: steamer Mackinaw, from San and wife, at the Murray Hill; A. L. Ber- - YOUNG MEN troubled with night emissions, dreams, exhausting dralrt3 Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. THE HKaLTH APPLIANCE CO.. room 47--
building. Seattle. Wuh.
der, and went on her beam ends. There Francisco: schooner Marlon, from San Pedro"; doe, at the Holland; Mlsaes Wllma, at aversion to society wuich deprive you of your maniiood, UNFITS YOU
was immediate prospect of the schooner steamer Hyads, from Seattle, the Criterion.
foundering when the American gunboat Naples. Oct. 31. Arrived AUer, from New p03SlIDpLi:-AGE-D MEN who from excesses and strains have lost their MANLY CHICHESTEH'O ENGLISH
Princeton put In an appearance and took York for Genoa, and proceeded. HOW TO BE SMART. osw&s a
off Captain Hansen and his nine men. Oct. 31. Sailed Staten-da-
The Secret of All Success Lies in BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASE3. Syphilis. Gonorrhoea, painful, bloody urino
from Rotterdam, for New York. These Ifn. Gleet. Stricture, enlarged prostate. Sexual Debility. Varicocele. Hydrocele Kidnev Orlslnal niil 1h1t Cnimln.
Funeral of Captain Kcnney.
New York. Oct. 31. Arrived Auguste Vic-
toria; from Hamburg, Southampton and Cher-
No man can be smart If he Is nervous. and Liver Troubles, cured wlthqut MERCURY AND OTHER POISONOUS
DRUGS. Catarrh and Rheumatism CURED. Ic the worst disease on earth, yet the easiest
"Cupldene" will cure you If you take It. to cure WHEN YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO.
The funeral of the late Captain John E. bourg. If one box Is not sufficient, the next few
x Dr. Walker's methods are regular and scientific. He uses no patent nostrums
or ready-mad- e preparations, but cures the dlseftsa by thorough medical treatment Many bave pimpled, spots on the akin, sores In I with Miwr1MMu. Take no other. Refueo
Kenney was held from St, Luke's Church
May Fight a Dael.
will be. They are guaranteed to do .ae
work. They are the only guaranteed His New pamphlet on Private Diseases ant free to all men who describe their the mouth, ulcers, falling hair, bone paina, ca- vac?rn BoDxutnUons ua
nun. 1I1J or jcr iniu. er if ml ic. n
at Tacoma, Thursday afternoon. Rev. LefriHlatom manhood-
trouble. PATIENTS cured at home Terms reasonable. All letters answered in tarrh, don't know It Is BLOOD TOISON. Send
Thomas E. Winecofl officiating. .Some ap- NEW YORK. Oct. 3L An altercation Is
-builders In the world.
sold at S. G. Skldmore & Co.'s. Portland,
propriate selections were rendered by the reported to have Just occurred In the lob- - Or.. $1.00 per box, or six boxes for $5.
They are plain envelope. Consultation free and sacredly confidential. Call on or address to DR. BROWN. 035 Arch St.. Philadelphia,
Pa., for BROWN'S BLOOD CURK.
DQttl. lasis ow monin. ru. wir guijr uj
-'- per 1 tarap for Purtlcular. Testlaiomlo
o4 "Ilelior lor Lnii Ion," in Utiwr. t,j
tnrr Mall. IMJi'O r..t!iBcn!il. SoUt&r r.
Dr. Waiker. 149 First St.. bet Alder and Morrison. Portland. Or. ( Frank Nau. Portland Hotel Pharmacy. UmAtti ttliMm lia.4Jjga taun, HfAT pjk.