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THE NEW AGHD. POtt'l'LAND, OREGON.
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THE NEW AGE
EaUbltihed IMS A. D. Gtlffln Mantftr
Offle, 48 Second 8t., cor. Ash, Roomi 1 And a
J.W, Duncan. t , But te, Mont
11. C. bltnmons ...i... Helena, Mont
Geo. A. lUye Betttle,Waih
To Iniur tmUlIoatton. til local news must
MMB ui not later tbau Thursday morning of
Subscription price, one year, payable in ad.
?aao, WOO. i
Mrs. G. W. Rccd is recovering from
a brief Illness.
Mr. nnd Mra. George Proctor loft on
Wednesday for Los Angeles. '
Mr. nnd Mrs. Pnrkor, of Now Or
leans, aro stopping nt Mrs. Wheolcr's.
Mr. Ben Howard has returned from
FrlBco and reports having enjoyed a
nlco trip. ,
Mrs. Woodson, a business woman of
Scnttlo, Is In tho city looking for n
Services at tho A. M. 13. Zlon
church, Thirteenth and Mnln, con
ducted by I'nstor Gcorgo E. Jackson,
aro exciting much Interest. Tho now
pnBtor Is a "worker." Ills Influonco Ib
producing good results.
A memorial In honor of Tit, Itcv. J.
Ii. Small, D. D dcccnscd, will bo
glvon nt tho A. M. E. Zlon church. A
nhort biography by tho pastor will be
followed by nn addrusH by Hon. W. L.
Drndy on tho subject, "A Mnn
Tho Industrial fair at tho A. M. E.
.Ion church during three nights of
this week was a very gratifying suc
cess, financially and otherwise., Tho
Indies who worked ho Industriously
with tho details of tho fair' deserve
great credit for their ontcrprlsc,
earnestness nnd patlcnco.
Mrs. L. Clnrk Is Improving slowly.
Mr. Phil Iluckcr Is on tho sick list,
MIbs Georgia Wilson Is on tho sick
Mr. Gilbert Spots Is Improving
Rev. Dnlloy preached In this city
Mrs. II. Rico has boon added to tho
Ladles' Aid Society.
Hov. S. J. Collins preached In Port
land, Ore, last week.
Mr. J. Anderson, of this city, left
for Portland, Ore, today.
Tho Ladles' Aid Society met nt
Mrs. Paul Ury's lust week.
Mrs. Strawters, of Souttlc, spent a
few duys In this city last weok.-
Rev. Drown, of California, preached
nt tho Zlon Methodist church last
Thoro was glvon last Monday night
a party to Miss Brown, of Now Or
. Thcro was hold last Thursday night
mass mooting at tho Allen A. M. E.
Mrs. Say entertained nt dinner Sun
day Miss Mabel Walkor and Miss
Tho Ladles' Aid Socloty will glvo a
chicken fry, Fobruary 14, and wish
ovory ono present,
Thero waa a concort given at tho
Ollvo Baptist church last week.
It was a grand success.
8ALT LAKE NOTES.
(Spoclnl to Portland Now Ago.)
Mosdamos Gladden and Blanchard
aro on tho sick list.
Miss Gortrudo Stovens Is qulto 111
at homo In Donaldson court.
Ilev. Greonloo, pastor of tho A. M.
E. church, filled tho pulpit Sunday
evening and preached an eloquent
Mrs. Ben Lowls, of Ogden, was a
pleasant visitor In tho city lost weok.
She was tho guest of her mother, Mrs.
Tho Household of Ruth will glvo a
Martha Washington Tea Party at tho
A. M. E. church Wednesday night,
Rov. L. A. Brown, of San Joso, Cal.,
who has been called as pastor of tho
Calvary Baptist church In this city,
preached Sunday night to a largo
Tho Woman's Progressive Club met
InBt Thursday evening with Mrs. S.
H. Bacon. A pleasant and Interesting
meeting was hold, and a dainty lunch
eon enjoyed. The club will meet with'
Mrs. Emma Jackson on noxt Thurs
day at her homo In W. 1st So. street.
Anocatry of tho Howe,
Professor Lydekker, In Knowledge
and Scientific News, discusses, In
,omo detail, the origin of tho modern
horse. He finds that tho horse of neo
lithic times was not specifically dis
tinct from the horso of the present
While there la no doubt that the horss
of that period was used by man for
food, there seema to be no conclusive
evidence aa to whether It waa domes
ticated or not Hl own opinion, how
ever. U that It waa probably domesti
cated. The horse of that time waa
closely allied to the tarpan, or semi
wild horse, that lived In southern Rus
sia up to a century ago. This was a
"hog-moned," short-legged, large-heod-ed
beast. It seems probable that the
domesticated horses of tho. Germans
of Caesar's time were derived from
this breed. The Egyptians had horses
as early as 1000 M. C. These were
long-maned, more like the Arab horses
and came froth Assyria. Where tho
Assyrians obtained them is unknown,
but it was probably from southern
Asia where this long-maned breed
has been developed, In all probability,
as the result of long-continued domes
tication. Our modern horse Is a cross
between these two breeds, with a fur
ther mlxturo of the Arab horse. This
Arab horse, too, was Itself n descend
ant of the earlier long-maned horse.
Tho origin of the long-maned horse Is
a matter of doubt, but Professor Ly
djkker thinks It may havo been from
extinct Indian specie.
fVHLN SCHOOL OPENSt
SOME "DON'IS" TOR PARENTS
Do not believe all that your children
tell you about school, There was only
one George Washington, nnd ho Is
Do not tell tho teacher t'mt Wll!io
will not lie. She probably knows bet
ter. Do not condemn tho teacher with
out n fair hearing. That Is accorded
to even the worst criminal. Thero aro
usually two sides to a story.
' Do not send n scathing note to the
teacher by Nellie, tho contents of
which she knows. Ilcr aggressive look
of triumph Is not soothing, and the
teacher Is only humnn.
Do not innko unfavorable comment
upon tho methods of tho teacher In
the presence of your child. Send hlin
to carry In the wood whllo you arc
doing so, If It must bo done.
Do not plead lack of time to visit the
school. There Is uo excuse for shirk
Ink a duty.
Do not reproach tho tenchcr with
tho fact that 'Tommy has not learned
n single thing the entire year." Bho
Is not rcspotiidblo for his lack of
Do not send a vr-rlml request to have
Jessie's sent changed. There Is often
no vacant scat, and one chnngo usu
ally means nt least half a dozen.
Do not expect tho teacher to mnn
ago without friction a child whom you
yourself havo never been nblo to con
trol. Do not Insist that the teacher Is
keeping your child back through spite.
She will hardly risk her reputation ns
nn Instructor to grntlfy n personal
grudge, however disagreeable tho child
Do not forget that the parent owes
a duty to tho tenchcr Just as surely as
the teacher does to tho child. AHco
Don't fall to nsk for tho Helena
boor, ruado by Keslor Browing Co.,
Hclonn, Mont. It has no equal.
Always ask (or tho famous General
Arthur cigar. Esbcrg-Gunst Cigar
Co., gncrul Mgnnta, Portland, Or.
Tho Appltoon Cafo. First-class In
ovory respect. Bouthwcit corner Sixth
and Everett (streets, Portland Oroogu.
When going to Helena, Mont., don't
forget to glvo your baggngo to tho
Helena Cab Co. Agent on ull trains.
A PLEASANT WAY TO TRAVEL.
Tho nbovo Is tho usual verdict of
tho traveler using tho Missouri Pa
cific Railway botwoen tho Pacific
CoaBt nnd tho East, nnd wo bollovo
Hint tho Bcrvlco nnd accommodations
given morlt this statement. From
Donvor. Colorado Springs nnd riioulo
thcro nro two through trains dally to
Kansns City and St. .LouIb, carrying
Pullman's latest Btahdard electric
lighted sleeping earn, chair cars and
up-to-dato dining cars. Tho Bamo ex
cellent sorvlco Is operated from Kan
sas City nnd St. Louis to Memphis,
Llttlo Rock nnd Hot Springs. If you
nro going East or South, wrlto for
rates and full Information. W. C.
McBrldo, General Agent, 124 Third
street, Portlnud, Oro.
FIFTEEN REASONS WHY YOU
8HOULD STOP AT THE
1st It Is tho boat hotel on tho
2d It costs no mora thnn poorer
hotels,' as shown by rntos below.
3d Now hotol, now furnliuro.
4th Excellent sorvlco.
5th Tho Washington, whllo tIk.
In tho center of tho city, la on nn (no
vation of 200 foot, which lifts you
nbovo tho nolso, dust nnd smoke of
tho Btreot hotels.
Cth The hotel Is situated in tho
center of lA acres of bcuutlful
grounds, with thousands of rosos nnd
other fragrant flowers to beautify tho
7th Eight hundrod feet of wldo ver
andas surround tho hotol, giving- to
the guest opportunities for rest and
protnenado not found elsewhere.
8th Tho view from these spacious
verandas cannot bo doscrlbod. Moun
tains, lakes, tho Bound and tbo city
Itself form ono magnificent panorama
not found anywhere else on earth.
9th Tho hotel lobby, parlors, Turk
ish room, etc., are exquisite, and form
a continuation of comfort and luxury
not often found In hotels.
10th A Dutch grill has recently
boon added, where service may be
had at all hours.
11th Tho dining room cannot be
excelled. Breakfast and lunch aro
served a la carte, at most reasonable
prices, and a table d' hoto dinner for
11.00 Is pronounced by all to bo above
12th natos Extremely reasonable.
noora, without bath, $1.00 per day
Room, with bath, 2.00 per day and
'Rub servlco to and from all trains
nnd boats, 25 cents.
Trunks, each way, 25 cents.
Carriage faro (private), 50 cents.
Special rates made, to parties for
ono month or more.
13th Doing above tho street and
away from tho noise, you will enjoy
a night's rest better at the Washing
ton than any other hotel In the city.
14th Qo to the Washington and If
you are not satisfied that it surpasses
all other hotels on the Pacific Coast
for excellent service and reasonable
prices, your bill will be nothing.
16th Do not be deceived by believ
ing that come 'other hotel in tho city
Is as good as the Washington, for such
lu not the case. The Washington
otands alone as the most charming
and attractive hotel west of New
Tho following people have stopped
at tho Washington during the past
year i nd have given unntliited praise
and declared that In many respects It
excels any other hotel on tho conti
nent: Presldeut Theodore Roosevelt. Wm.
H. Moody. Secretary of the Navy;
Gov. Odell, of New York; Baron
Rothschild. Mr. Smith, of the DeBeers
Diamond Mines. South Africa; Hon.
Cornelius N. Bliss, Ex-Secretary of
Interior; Hon. C. 8. Mellen, President
N. Y. & H. R. Ry I Mrs. J. J. Hill,
LouIb Hill and J. N. Hill, of tho Great
Northern Ry.: Hon. Howard Elliott
President N. P. Ry.: Adellna Pattl. E.
H. Sothern, Gov. Brady, of Alaska;
Mme. Nordlca, Maud Adams, Nat
Goodwin, Mrs. Flak, all Raymond &
Whltcomb tourists, Richard Mansfield
and other celebrities of the commer
cial and professional world.
The Holena, tho leading hotel In
Helena, hearquartors for commercial
Tho first-class hotel of Seattlo,
Wash., Is tho Hotel Washington,
headquarters for tourists. The hotel
of tho West
Hotel Victoria, Spokano, loading ho
tel. Rates, $1.00 and up. Largo sam
ple rooms for commercial mon. W.
M. Watson, proprietor.
J, T. Concannon. oysters, fish, poul
try and groceries, G31 Johnson
street, corner 21st Btrcet, Phono Mnln
1747, and phono Main 42G2.
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.
Try tho North Coast Llmtted. Tho
finest train on earth. When going
East sco that your ticket reads over
tho Northern Pacific, and you will en
Joy your trip EaBt.
Butto Transfer Co., baggngo and
pnsscnger checked to all parts of the
city. Tho only reliable transfer com
pany In tho City of Butte. Thos. Le
French Dyeing and Cleaning; Works
All work dono at very modrcuto prices.
Dyeing and cleaning of all kinds of
ladios' and gent's clothing, Morn
ing oloth dyed in 48 hours. J. Do
leau, proprietor, 455 Glisan street.
Groat Western Coal Company are
putting out a first-class washed soot
less coal for 5 per ton delivered.
Their washed lump coal for ?6 deliv
ered 1b tho cheapest fuol on this mnr
kct. Thcyiguuranteo all their conln to
bo free fron rock, slato nnd screen
ings. Full weights guaranteed. Glvo
them a trial order. Phono Mnln 948.
THE PIONEER PAINT COMPANY.
Tho p 1 o
ncor paint cs
tabllBh m out
of Portland It
that of F. E.
13G First St..
and .most ro
of Its kind In
tho Northwcat. It carries nn immense
stock of tho best things In paints and
building materials, together with nn
unusunl list or specialties. Those who
need anything In thoso lines can cor
tnlnly profit by going to F. E. Bench
&. Company. Romombcr tho number,
13G First street.
PETER JOSEPH SHIELDS' ESTATE
Notlco Is hereby given that tho un
diTslgnod rh executor of tho estate
of Putor Joseph Shields, deceased.
hnR filed his final account In tho
County Court of tho Stnto of Oreson
for Multnomnh County, nnd that Mon-
dny, February 27, 1905, nt 9:30 o'clock
A. M nt tho court room of Bald court
In tho county court houso In snld
county has ben fixed no tho tlmo nnd
place for tho hcnrlng of objections tc
snld final account and tho settlement
Dated and first published January
Executor of tho estate of Peter Joseph
w. J. AiaKcum, nttornoy ror estate.
'Rah for tho Chicago, Mllwnukoo &
St. Paul Rallwny. It has advanced, nt
ono lonp, fifty years to tho lend, by
putting on observation enrs which
havo compartments for women.
Ordinarily n woman Is pretty much
of nn Intruder in nn observation car,
whou nho lias tho norvo to fight her
way through tho tobacco nmoko nnd
timidly pick out n sent which Isn't oc
cupied by tho feet of some Imperial
Thoro Is nn doubt about It, tho most
effective answer to tho mnn who
claims America to bo n purndlso for
chivalry would bo to dress him up ns
u woman nnd mnko him spend two
days In nn American rallwny conch.
Tho custom of providing 10x10 com
pnrtmentfl for mon to smnko In nnd
4x4 closets for women to dress In,
threo at a tlmo, Is a regular alrbrako
on tho progress of civilization.
Tho Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railway ought to bn given a medal.
Nonparlel, Council Bluffs, la., Decern-
uer v, iuu.
IF YOU ARE NOT PARTICULAR
don't travel over the Illinois Central,
as any old road will do you and we
don't want your patronage; but If you
aro particular and want the best and
mean to havo It, ask tho ticket agent
to routo you via the Illinois Central,
tho road that runs through solid ves
tibule trains between St. Paul, Oma
ha, Chicago, St. Louis, Memphis and
No additional chargo is made for a
seat In our reclining chair cars which
are fitted with lavatories and smoking
ro'mB, and have a porter in attend
ance. Rates via tho Illinois Central are
the lowest and we will be glad to
quoto them in connection with any
B. II. TRUMBULL,
Commercial Agent, 142 Third Street,
J. C. LINDSEY,
T. F. and P. A., 142 Third Street,
PAUL B. THOMPSON,
Frt. and Pass. Agent, Colman Bldg,,
THE MORMON TEMPLE.
Tho Mormon temple at Salt Lake
City Is no doubt the most substantial
and well constructed religious edifice
tn tho United States, If not In the
world. Corner stone laid April 6,
1853, cap stone April 6, 1892, and ded
icated April 6. 1893. over forty years
of constant labor being consumed in
Its construction. This magnificent
structure 200 feet long, 100 feet wide,
la built entirely of Utah white gTanlte,
beautifully carved, symbolic of the
Mormon faith, surmounted by six tow
ers, tho highest being 230 feet from
the ground, supporting a bronze statue
of the angel Maronl. Tho cost of this
building is about IG.000,000. There
are many otner attractions ai Han
Lake City of Interest to tho traveler
or tourist, wbero a day can bo well
spent. The Rio Orando Is tho only
trans-continental route passing di
rectly through Salt Lake City, where
a stop-over Is allowed on all classes of
tickets. Tho service of tho Rio
Grande lines Is unexcelled. Three
trains dally between Ogden and Den
ver, carrying all classes of modern
equipment. If you aTe contemplating
a trip to tho East, wrlto tho under
signed for information regarding
rates via the "scoilc lino of the
world;" W. C. McBrldo, General Agent,
M. J. Roche, Traveling Passenger
Agent. 124 Third St., Portland, Or.
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. Blackwcll, manager.
1C8 Soth St., llcaly Mock Telephone 4031
DEPOT DRUG STORE
J. h. CAVf , i roprlotor.
A FULL LINE OF DRUGS AND CIGARS
J'llKbCKIlTlONS A Sl'KClAI.TY
It. V. FIHllKlt
K. It, MIM.KIl
VIENNA MODEL BAKERY
890 Morrl'on St.
FISHER & MILLER, Props.
We Make the Original Pullman Bread
Choice Pastry and Fancy Cakes
Wedding Cakes a Specialty.
FREE DELIVERY. PHONE MAIN 1715
The Portland Machinery Co.
C2-64 First St. Portland, Oregon
550-552 Kearney Street, Cor. Sixteenth
The St. Louis
Cafe and Restaurant
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
142 North Sixth St.,
F. LORETZ lc CO., fton.
The Leading Popu
lar Priced Tailors
llko tlio-e, tint liHVo)imr
cluthm tun c liy your old
(rli'iul., TIIK FASHION
J 1.00 Mr
Salt Gab No. 4.
(rrt'-t(i iiv to tho reii.
nrenlNtlvuot the Kh
week for thirty cmiiviu.
tlv wocl. II I houlil
trw tult of cloth, n In
lore tin- exiilrtllonot tho
thirty week I, then 1J
imyiucnli nro to ternilii
tu. Phone Mln 77
Slxty.nliio aert'H 011 tlio Haeramento
Itlver, nil fenced, about '20 neren miita
blu for orchard or Konurul farming,
alHiut '20 ncrcH good pattturo nnd plenty
of wood and a perpetual llow of 1-1
inliicrH inclicH of water, Iiouho 22 by .'1(1,
I rooniH, pantry nnd a clonot, porch on
two Hides, cellar 12 by 14, adjoining
porch, barn DO by -14, fruit room 10 by
20, Krnnary 10 by 12, cutting abed 111
by 20, Btilpliur liouaeri and 1,400 fruit
trajH nnd fruit boxen o with tho pluco.
About 20 acren bearing orchard coiiHint
iiiK of tho following vnriutien of treen:
400 J-rench pruneH, 200 French pruned,
160 French prunes, 250 Kimball
pruncH, (125 Muir peachen, 100 Mttir
pcachcH, 215 Fonter peachcH, 120 KI
lierta peal-hen, 80 New Hull peachcH,
80 , lluxvti yellow peuclicH, 1!! Early
Crnwford pcnclicfl, 12 Foster penciled,
111) nlmonilH, 4 pluini), 4 11 penrn, 12
chorrlett, 2 porolminoiiH, 8 ornngoH, 76
1'rlco 12,600, on cimy tonus.
Red Bluff, Cal.
A Pleasant Way to Travel
The abovu ia tho usual verdict of tho
traveler using tho MIcnouri I'acflc Hail
uy between tho 1'aciflu CoaHt and tho
Fast, and wo believe that tho Hervico
and accommodations given merit UiIh
Htateiuent. From Denver, Colorado
SprlngH nnd Pueblo thero aro two
through tralim daily to Knnsat) City
and tit. LouIh, carrying l'ullman'H lat
ent standard electric lighted Bleeping
cam, chair earn and up-to-dato dining
can. Tho Bamo excellent service Ih
operated from Kansas City and St.
IxmiIh to Memphis, Little Itock and
Hot Springs. If you aro going East or
South write for rates and full informa
tion. W. C. McllltlOE, den. Agt
124 Third St., Portland, Or.
The Bureau Saloon
Ctiolceat Imtxuted and DomrMlc
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
First anil Morrison tilt. Portland, Oregon
Groceries and General Merchandise
106 K. Fourteenth Strcot
PROM YOUR DEALER
lHOtNI2 MAIN 1447
Pacific Blue Points
OYSTEHVILLE OYSTER COMPANY
Growers niul Shippers of
Eastern Transplanted and Native
Shoalwater Bay Oysters
Onion will lio promptly flllitl nt l!5:i
AMK YOUH WROOem FOR OUR
Crackers, Cakes, Biscuits
East Third and Cast Davis Sts.
TELEPHONE EAST 47
"THE LITTLE WONDER"
The Best Hydraulic Beer
Pump and Air Compressor
BILDERBACK & CRANE
Agents for Bishop & Bitcock Co.'s ccle
rated beer drawing apparatus. Physicians
air compressors, etc. Write for catalogue
TRY US !
F YOU WANT the Brightest
and Best Messenger In town
or have large or small packages
of any kind to be delivered by
wagon or boy, ring up
& DELIVERY CO.
106 SIXTH 5T.
Of. MERRILL'S CYCLE EMPORIUM
' 2J& I
jj5 qs l
Phone front 202
Ladies' and Gents' Tailoring
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Men's Suits $20 and tip
Ladies' Suits $25 and up
189 Fourth Street Bet. Yamhill and Taylor
Great Reduction Sale
of Trimmed Hats
313 Fifth St.
For1 Timber Land Investments
Call on or Wrlto
M. B. RANKIN 309 Chamber Commerce
Itefercnco : Any Hank In Portland. Have had 20 years experience in West
ern timber IuikIb.
EQUITABLE SAVINGS AND. LOAN ASSOCIATION
240 Stark. Struct, Portland,' Oregon.
Your htidincis Is to niako money. Our htifllncmi In to mnko money
ninku money, b'avo tip u llttlo money for n rainy dny to either buy
you u homo or go into business. Look into our compound Interest
p.'tn. Securities Meld by State Authorities over $a,ooo,ooo.oo.
OHAS. E. UDD, Pres. THEO. I. WILCOX, V. Pnt.
ON THE BEST TABLES IN THE
Canntd rrults and Vegetables, Syrup, Splcei, Coffer, Fish, E'c. The reason it plain.
People who like cood groceries are never satisfied with any other brand after they try
them. Get MONOPOLE from your grocer. WADHAMS & KERR BROS.
Wholesale Grocers and Dry Ccffee Roasters. Portland, Oregoa.
For the Christmas Guest
There is nothing; that aids
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.
249 Washington St,
CHAS. H. GLEIM, Agent.
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MT. HOOD LARD
AMERICAN BEAUTY HAMS
Mail Orders Given Prompt
The Largest Exclusive
Men's Shoe Store
In the State of Oregon Is That of the
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thomoritHof tho Puck
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At tho prlco of 3,50 it is tho cheapest
bIioo of Hiijxjrior quality In nny murkut,
mid IvsJh ull in stylos.
STOCK ALL ENTIRELY NEW
T. E. WESTLAKE
Bakery and Grocery
General Market Produce
Fresh Cnawery littir. Ranch Egs
BASKET LUN0HE3 FOR TRAVELERS
Phone Main 218. 315 Riverside An.
Phono Alain 3050
J. Frank Huffman
The Latest Styles
409)6 Morrison Street
Bet. Ifllh and Hth
F. MeKERCNER, Sk'j.
NORTHWEST YOU WILL FIH
PHILLIPS SHOE CO.
109 Sixth Street
K is a new business estahithment and
is conducted by business men an new
The PACKARD Shoe, of which
it is the sole aeent. is its spec
ialty and it is certainly the fin
est of footwear ever made.