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THE KBW AtE, PORTLAND, OREGON.
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tHE NEW AGE
Established 1896 A. D. Gflrfln Msnager
Offloe, 48ff Beoond St., cor. Alh, Koomi lftnda
J.W.Duncan 4 Bui tc, Mont
II. C. Hlmqiom........ Helena, Mont
Gao; A. llayei Seattle, Wash
To lnaora publloMlon. ail local news must
bi not lawr tnan TBraday taoruiut ,ar
Babaoifotlon prloa, on ar , payable In a4
I PORTLAND LOCALS !
Mrs. C. J. Lewis of Montavllla, Is
on the elck list this week.
Mr. Cain resigned his position
tho Hotel Portland last week.
Mr. It. 0, Lucas, tho nephew of Mr.
,, Jocll, Is hero from New York.
Mr. W. W. Wheeler Is on tho sick
list suffering from blood poison.
Mrs. A. Hall, Mrs. M. Keeblo and
Mrs. Herman Hill arc on tho sick list.
Tho concert given by Mrs. McAfco
last Friday 'evening was a grand sue-
Mr. A. D. Grlflln mado a flying trip
to Spokane this week and found every
thing doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. Zans and cousin of
SI. Louis, Mo., aro in tho city, stop
ping at Mrs. Ashley's.
Tho C. 0. W. & J. gavo a smoker
Wednesday ovening to their members.
All report having a nlco time.
Mrs. C. F. Ilcod arrived this week
from Spokane to Join her husband who
in working at tho Portland Grill.
Miss Alexander of Now Mexico, Mr.
and Mrs. Moody of Dayton, Ohio, aro
in tho city stopping at, tho Keeblo,
Messrs. Hoi by and Adnms havo
closed up their boarding houso for
awhile. Wo hopo to seo them in busi
"A CITY IN ITSELF."
That's What Everybody Snys About
tho St. LouIh Special on tho
Tho Uurllngton lino covers ono of
tho most ptcturcsquo routes In the I
great Middlo West. Along this stretch
of road the traveler sees a most mag
nificent country, so diffcront In physl
cal configuration and purposes of tie-
veloivmont from any othorH that the
contrast at onco beomes Intensely In-'The best chronometer is not quite ln
tcrcstlnjr. Not only docs it pass fallible, nnd some nllowuncc, which
through n country of jjrnnd progress may not bo precisely right, has always
nnd still greater possibilities it cn to bo mmlo for errors.
Joys tho reputation, Justly ncqulrod, ol Uut wltu tmo 8KIins received from
possessing tho most comfortnblo nnd'n nntIonal observatory every day at
rdJTTonu Sia. is th u,,,ri,,cr wm uw m W
SffSiwt ta'nrt ho over any part of the wide ;.. .
world. As a writer has aptly said, curately aB if he were threading a
It is prnctlcally a city In Hsolf a buoyed channel. Tho chronometer
placo whoro you can Bleep, chat, will Join the cross-Btaff and the nstro-
Bmoko, rend, dlno and go a-vlaltlng,
Just about ns you would at your own
homo. It makes llttlo difference what
you want, nil you havo to do Is to sum
mon a portor and got It.
Mr. u. W. Fostor, tho ovor nctivo
nnd obliging ticket agent, at 100
Third stroct, in this city, hns boon ro-1
iieuicuiy cuiiiuiuuuvu iui uuiuk u
HClondld business In ndvan.clng tho in- PETEIt JOSEPH SHIELDS' ESTATE
tercsta of that popular lino. Ho Is one Notico Is horoby given that tho un
of tho best known and .most energetic derslgncd ns executor of tho cstoto
Tnllroad men on "tho row." Since 0f p0tcr Joseph Shlolds, deceased,
ho boenmo tlckot ngont In Portland i,n8 filed his llnal account In tho
tho pnsscngor trnfllo of tho Burlington County Court of tho Stato of Oregon
has dovelopod wonderfully. Ho Is not for Multnomah County, nnd that Mon
only n top'notchor ns n tlckot agent, ,iay( pobrtinry 27, 1905; nt 9:30 o'clock
but ho Is n first-class citlzon in ovory a. M nt tho court room of said court
walk of llfo nnd nover loses nn oppo jn tno county court houso In snld
tunlty to ndvortlso tho good qualltlos COUnty has ben fixed as tho tlmo nnd
of Oregon and Its great variety of paco f0r tho hearing of objections tc
Tcsourcos. In addition to that, tho Bn,j nnn account nnd tho Bottlomont
Now Ago desires to stato, from tno
personal oxperlcnca of Us editor, that
tho Burlington Routo Is beyond doubt
ono of tho best conducted roads on
SALT LAKE CITY NOTES.
(Special to Tho Now Ago.)
Mr. W. W. Whlto Is on tho sick list.
Little Ruth Benjamin is qulto ill at
hor homo In Franklin avonuo.
Mrs. J. B. Jenkins of Ogden, was a
pleasant visitor in tho city last week.
Mrs. L. Perkins lonves Wednesday
for Idaho, whoro sho will visit her sis
ter for sovornl wcoks.
Mr. D. T. Reddlck of Provo, is in
tho city and confined to his bed with
n sevcro attack of la grippe.
- A whist club has boon orgnnized
nnd mot -with Mrs. Wm. Russell last
week at her homo In Donaldson court.
Mrs. Bertha Stalworth of Portlnnd,
Ik expected in tho city this week to
visit her sistor, Mrs. Chas. M.cSwIne.
Mr. J. W. Durham is qulto 111 nt his
homo South Stato street. His many-
friends wish him a Bpeedy recovery,
Mesdames Atkinson, Gear, Wash
ington, Robinson, Russell and Brown,
who havo been Hi aro slowly Improv
ing. Tho ladles Qf tho Progressive club
kept opon houso on New Years, Mon
day. January 2, at tho homo of Mrs.
J. D. Scott, 65 Franklin avenue. Tho
house was prettily decorated and dur
ing 'the evening a largo number of
Mr. and Mrs. Bok Reeves delight
fully entertained frlenda at dinner
on New Years. Covers were laid for
eight Those Invited were Mesdamea
J. O. Scott, R. Kennedy, J. W. Benja
mln. Messrs. Oscar Hall, T. H. France,
Ruth Benjamin, tho hOBt and hostess.
Tho Women's Progressive Club
held Its regular meeting last Thurs
day evening with Mrs. David Edwards
at No. 30 Franklin avenue, prepara
tions aro being mado to give a social
hop on Thursday. January 19 1905. at
the residence of Mrs. J. O. Scott. Tho
next meeting will be with Mrs. Jennie
Patten at her homo No. 430 South
OUR CHICAGO LETTER
Chicago, 111., Jan. 5, 1905.
Mr. William Plperbaa sold bis sa
loon on State street, near 30th.
Western Star eoclal club will give
a grand ball and entertainment at
Central ball, January 16th.
Mrs, Dr. A. Beatrice Shultz was
acquitcd in tho criminal court laBt
week on the chargo of receiving stol
Mr. Wesley Plumber has resigned
from tho sheriff's ofllco as deputy
sheriff, a position that ho has held
for tho last ten years.
Mr. William Mitchell, 32, has been
appointed deputy grand master over
the Masonic lodges of A.F. ft A. Ma
sons of the Chicago district.
Tho chapters of tho Order of tho
Eastern Star in tho city of Chicago
will turn out on Sunday evening, Feb
ruary 5th, at tho Institution! A. M.
B. church. 3625 Dearborn streot. and
a sermon will bo preached to them by
Kov. Dr. J. M. Townsend.
Tho men who aro controlling Repub
lican politics In tho city of Chicago
and stato of Illinois and outlying dis
tricts, havo a law passed at Spring
field, 111., at this session of tho legis
lature what is known as tho Direct
Primary Law and If thoy succeed in
carrying out their plans they will in
tho futuro disfranchise and keep every
colored man in tho stato of Illinois
from being nominated and elected to
any ofneo. Tho only colored men that
aro to bo found in tho- cltv of Chica
go who havo such llttlo senso as to ad
jvocato such a disastrous primary law
as that, which will work a hardship
and disadvantage to all tho colored
men in tho state of Illinois, aro two
individuals in Chicago, ono by tho
namo of Richard D. Mooro and' the
other is John C. Duckner.
FIXING "HfQR'NOON At 8EA.
Wlreleaa Telegraphy Expected Boon to
Overcome the Dlfllculty.
Tho most momentous Improvement
In nuvlgutlou since thu invention of
tho chronometer, more than 140 years
ago, has just been foreshadowed in a
modest purngruph in the report of tho
chief of the bureau of equipment of
the United States navy.
"It Is believed," says Chief Mnu
ncy, "that the development of wire
less telegraphy will enable these (time)
signals to bo distributed over water as
well us over land, and that before long
every ship at him, in addition to every
laud station, will receive dally noon
signals from thu standard obburvntory
What docs Unit mean Nothing less
than the elimination of the last ela
meut of uncertainty from the problem
of llnding tho position of a ship at
sea. Hitherto the one weak point In
navigation has been the dlllleulty of
carrying standard time on n voyage.
Observations for local time ns well
s for latitude havo been exact, but
tho comparison of local standard tlmo
' fii nti-iittilnf- fhn Inmvltiuli linu In.
w. wwillllliltn ...w .u..f.,.,.; ...in .1,
volvcd n certain amount of jettons work.
hibo on thu Junk heap of discarded
And of course a ship that can com
municate with the shoro for one pur
poso Is equally in touch with the world
for any other communication It needs
Dated nnd first published January
Executor of tho cstato of Peter Jbsoph
W. J. Makollm, attorney for estate.
J". T. Concannon, oysters, flsh, poul
try nnd groceries, 081 Johnson
street, cornor 21st street. Phono Main
1747, and phono Mnln 4252.
Tho Tacoma Hotel, tho only up-to-dato
hotel In Tacoma, headquarters
for tourists and commercial travelers.
American plan. $3.00 por day and up
wards. W. B. Blackwell, managor.
French Dyeing and Cleaning Worts.
All work done at very modreato prices.
Dyeing and cleaning of all kinds ol
ladies' and gent's clothing. Morn
ing oloth dyed in 48 hours. J, De
leau, proprietor, 455 Glisan street.
Hotel Victoria, Spokane, leading ho
tel. Rates, 11.00 and up. Largo sam
ple rooms for commercial men. W.
M. Watson, proprietor.
Tho Grandon Hotel, Helena, Mont,
Is ono of the first-class up-to-dato ho
tels In Montana for commercial trav
elers. Jos. Davis, proprietor.
THE PIONEER PAINT COMPANY.
Tho p I o
neer paint es
tablish m e n t
of Portland it
that of F. E.
135 First St,
and most re
of Its kind In
the Northwest It carries an Immense
stock of the best things In paints and
building materials, together with an
unusual list of specialties. Those who
need anything in these lines can cer
tainly profit by going to F. E. Beach
it Company. Remember the number,
135 First street
WHERE DID YOU OET THAT HAT?
Don't you know that the finest as
sortment of trimmed hats aro now be
ing sold at special sale and at re
markably low figures by tno rortiana
Millinery Company, at 133 Fifth
street? Don't you know that you are
received and waited on at that popu
lar house with the most courteous
treatment at all times? Don't you
know that you can't get such fine
trimmed hats anywhere else in the
city at such low prices? You ought
to know theso things and you ought
to go there today and get yourself a
new bat. Remember tbo number, 133
The Helena, tho leading hotel in
Helena, hearquarters for commercial
When going to Helena, Mont, don't
forget to give your baggago to tho
Helena Cab Co. Agent on all trains.
Always ask for the famous General
Arthur cigar. Ksberg-Gunst Cigar
O., 'general agents, Portland. Or. t
The Applteon Cafe. First-class in
every respect. Bouthwwt corner Sixth
and Eyorqtt Streets, Portland Oreogn.
The first-class hotel of Soattle,
Wash., 1b the Hotel Washington,
headquarters for, tourists. The hotel
of tho West.
Try tho North Coast Limited. Tho
finest train on earth. When going
East boo that your ticket "reads ovor
tho Northern Pacific, and you will en
joy your trip East.
Dutto Transfer Co., baggago and
passenger checked to nil parts of the
city. Tho only reliable transfer com
pany in tho City of Dutto. Thos. Ld-
voile, proprietor. "
Great Western Coal Company aro
putting out a first-class washed Boot
less coal for $5 per ton delivered.
Their washed lump coal for $0 deliv
ered is tho cheapest fuol on this mar
ket. They guarantee nil their coals to
bo frco from rock, slato and screen
ings. Full weights guaranteed. Givo
them a trial order. Phono Main 948.
"'Notice" Is horoby given that tho un
dersigned, as administrator of tho es
tate of John H. Millar, deceased, has
filed his final account in tho County
Court, In the Stato of Oregon, for
Multnomah county. That on Monday,
tho 30th day of January, 1905, at the
hour of 0:30 o'clock, in tho forenoon of
said day, in tho Court room of said
Court has been appointed by said
Court no tho tlmo and ploco for hear
ing objections thereof, and tho settle
M. B. GODFREY,
W. S. HUFFORD.
InBt Insertion, Jnnuary 28, 1905.
A. M. WHITE
Plionu Jiiitiuh 1041
Wood, Coal, Hav, Grain and Feed
Coal Oil. Ci.olce Potatoes.
Furniture Moved. Furniture Stored
1694 Seventh Street. Oakland, Cal.
CAIN cV McKUNE
ALL KINDS OF CORDWOOD & COAL
Yimr onlcru tiro n upcrtfully nollrltcri. which
ttlllfoo lllliil nt loweM nm kct iirltOK. If not
ntlM"'(l iiIorko report ntulllcr. Ordoritfnrwoo.t
,n will bv lirnmpt attention. I'l.onu Mnln
l70 W N. Sixth Hlnot, I'orllnnil, Orrttoii.
K. J. MOONKY. Proprietor
Telephone Jtmr, 3121
Wines, Liquors & Cigars
Koomi In Connection
Tolephono Main in
CSTAIlLISIllit) IIDFOKB TIID WAR
Imported and Domestic Wines,
Liquors and Cigars
15W Ji'iromon Avonuo, Corner I'nclflc
McLean, McMillan & Co.
Proprietors Laurel Brand
Butter, Flour, Catsup, Spices, Etc.
Wholesale & Retail Grocers
TC3C Street 7C2-fll Commerce Htroot
North Pacific Oyster Co,
We are the largest producers of
the Puget Sound Oyster in the
state and it is our aim to furn
ish them to the local as well
as the foreign trade in the test '
possible condition. We are also
prepared to supply the retail
trade with all kinds of Fish,
Crabs, Lobsters, Frogs legs, etc.
760 So. C Street Phone Jamts 3141
OWEN MANUFACTURING GO.
Manufacturers of the
Gold Standard Logging Jack
OFFICE AND FACTORY
435 IRVING STREET
Ofllco I'hone Black 1292.
Iteildence I'hone Ited KW1
F. J. L.EE
Avsrdcd a Diploma for the Excellency of
Photographs at St. Paul, Minn., 1900
1535 Commerce St.
Corjcffcnoa Ave. TACOMA, WASH.
THE ADAMANT CO. WD
WOOD FIBER PLASTER
The'beet Wall Plaster in America.
Mills Foot of 14th Street
Telephone Main viw.
EQUITABLE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
340 Stark: Street, Portland, Oregon.
Your business is to make money, Our business is to make money
make money. Eavo up a little money for a rainy day to either buy
you a home or go into businctui. Look into our compound foterMt
plan. Securities Held by State Authorities over $3,000,000.00.
CIAS. I LAM, fm. Tlil. I. WILMI, V. Pre. F. fclEMIU, SWy.
THE STAR "'ggg?"
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Klrat-ClaiR Furnished Ilootni from
f 2 50 to 8 X) per week
S. W. Cm. Fifth o4 Bttftt&SU. PORTLAND, OR
No. 248 Burnslde Street,
Hot. Second and Thinly '
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Tho Best of vlnc8, Liquors and Cigart
Sikr ' Brewery
Drawers end,1 Bottlers of
Hop GoJKI Beer
East Third and Burnsldo Sts., Port
Union Transfer Co.
iJnKgaRO Ltorcd Flvo Days Froo
Burgage, Freight and Furniture Moving
l'rompt Attention to ah Urtiers
Phone Main 241
131 N. Sixth St. PORTLAND, ORE.
West Oakland Bank
AND TRUST COMPANY
CIIAH. M. WIl.I.AItlt. I'repltlcnt.
M. i:. DAUOIIKIITY, lit Vice I'm.
i:. (J. IIAllN.Und Vlool'rm.
0. 1.. WINEH, I'nulilcr.
No. 1788 Seventh Street,
M. R. HOOK
Red Bluff, Cal.
Choice Ranches and Vineyards
for sale on easy terms. Absolutely
safe First Mortgage Loans nego
tiated. Correspondence solicited.
Phone Main 3050.
J. Frank Huffman
The Latest Styles
409 Morrison Street
Btt. I0lh and llth
J, II. TEltNKB, I'rei. and Jlirr.
Tacoma Carriage and Baggage
OFFICE 101 TENTH ST.
Carriages and Baggaga Wagons at All Hours
Private Ambulance Perfect In
FIRST CLASS LIVERY
Hand your Checks for lUgcase tcuurMei
(engeri), who will meet you ou all Incoming
Know the News ?
You can have It all (or
In The Erenlni Telegram, of Portland,
Oregon. It ! the largeit erenlng new.
pptr published lu Uregoni II, contain!
all the newa ol the Mate and of the na
tion. Try It for a month. A eample
copy will be nailed to you free. Ad
dreaa THE TELEGRAM,
all descriptions ol Cement Wall Platter,
Office 3i First Street North
ROBERT A. PRESTON
Cor. 23d and Thurman St.
r-hone Main 1610
WHEN YOU GET DISGUSTED ,
WITH POOR WORK, RINGJJP
. BOTH PHONES '.'104
Promptness is the essence of all
good business lack of it the cause
of many failures.
W. H. BROTT, Mgr.
Always Ask for
Sold by All Dealers
PHONE MAIN 6374.
LEWIS AND CLARK MESSENGER
AND DELIVERY COMPANY
Prompt Answers to All Calls.
Wagons furnished on short notice
Trunks and Baggage a specialty.
7 NORTH FIFTH STRUliT
Great Reduction Sale
of Trimmed Hats
313 Fifth St.
Muck Hardware Co
Second and Morrison Streets
Majestic Malleable Ranges
Mesaba and Crown Steel Ranees
Mechanics Tools and
THE TOKE POINT OYSTER CO.
29 Seoond St., Portland, Or.
Tcluphunu MAIN r.1
Sole Growers of the Celebrated
An Kantorn OyderTrannplanted
and grown nn our Ixj'ln ut
"U.VK(JUAI.KI) IN FLAVOR
Cannery at South Bend, Wash.
Wholesulu DetilcrH In All Varieties
of Nutivo Oyhtern.
Wh'n the lav la nice anrt ahlny
Mamma k-icIi Iter HiiIp l'l!n
To the tor' for fruli (or uppr
With hlH tiirrow. I'iicL Tupp-r
l!no him CnrlMtnnu. I'.y lilni running
In hi filler Madge yn cunntig-
Hut alai. tbo llttlo ulnnrr.
Known there's sortifllilnK xood (or dinner
Jn hla barrow when ri turning
AnO ho knows hh flitter a rarntnK
Tor li. H ho lea"c fur
Tho' he ees how much It Krlevra her
gho'a ufraM ilmt hump arrlvlns.
After ull hrr nnlcnt utrlvInK
Hho wimrtnU Ilmt brother I'llny
Una tfturrd Urn (nUt ao .lilny
Now ih U It h ahouM hurry.
CnuKlnK nil thU (u anil flurry
Why, no ftondcr! Illea ht aoul;
Don't ou ate It's .MONOI'Ot.UT
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THE MEIER & FRANK STORE
Portland's Largest and Best Store
V -0i. J I X ti7,i-m''
Annual Clearance Sale
Now in progress. Every
lishment being offered at
selling prices. .
MEIER & FRANK COMPANY
1 Btom 2-SMvwjimKEjtoLr "
HBEvWiatfinVeEaB stoaVHafeMnuI!r'9B&, Ta5!-Ifc& $& "HV
Pacific States Packing Co.
MT. HOOD LARD "
AMERICAN BEAUTY HAMS
Mall Ordr Given Prompt
"La Integridad" or
"El Sidelo" Cigars
Sec thnt you get them
All first class dealers sell thorn without nn argument.
For the Christmas Guest
There is nothing that adds
more to his comfort than the
genial warmth of a good fire
made from our high grade
$7.50 RICHMOND COAL'.
The Pacific Coast Co.
ZY) Washington St.
CHAS. H. GLEIM, Agent.
MONOPOLE : CAISINEP
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, FISH, SPICE
AKl) ICVEIIYTHINO HBA1UNQ Tina
NAME AUK TKli DEBT OHTAINAUI.J1.
ASK YOUR OUOCKIl Jr'OIl MONOrOMl
DON'T ACCKIT A HUUSTITUTK.
WADtiAIVIS Sl KERR BROS.
WUdLCSALC. OKOCERS, CPFBB l?OASTCKS
(t. U VKONT .WSXKT,
EVENING CLOTHES .
The Meier & Frank Store pre
sents for your choosing a com
plete stcck of Full Dress and
Tuxedo Suits at very reasonable
prices also a very handsome va
riety of White Vests in the very
Article of Men's Wear in the estab-
great reduction from the regular
&. LEWIS, Distributors
si itiftLtA.- n v&&!th jg i