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In Curt ins
' A fine line of Lace Cur
tains just in from the
East, from 45 cents a pair
and up. ' Sash Cutrain
ing by the yard.
Tor Sak Cheap.
Ingrain carpets from 2$
cents per yard and up.
In Good Condition.
Wain St Opposite Post Office.
A very fine line from 15
cents and up.
All kinds of Crockery and
Hardware at surprisingly
Linoleum Oil Cloth
from 25c a yd. up.
tu.hit mm vrmmrrmp C.HHPF.T&. SCOttES or SCG6E RJM6GS?
If you are, bold on to your money until you tve seen ours, as values count, not words.
HE values we offer are apparent at a glance. The few items quoted here give but a faint idea of the many attractive
' offerings we make. You need not call often to come h contact with the many good things as they comeand go.
Below are a few of the many bargains
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6 Hole Universal Range with shelf and closet,
warranted for 15 years as the best in the market,
$27.00. . Air Tight. Heaters from $2.25
Mliaiiiinitfh-ii'il'i.a a iilh,..imii.iiAhiiiiiiiiiil'i ifaniifrir 11 "ft"" ' '
Bedroom Sets from $10.00 up. Six-foot ex
tension table, solid ash $4.50. Dining Chairs,
high back, pretty design, 75 cents and up. Kit
chen Treasures, $2.30.
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fliTIIpiiiiiiiljpiiniiijjjiii'i'injiiii ,iitjpi,,it)jii1'inijP1 "njiffBr
We also sell Pianos
and organs from
the Men & 6ib
Sole agents for the
tic Sewing ma
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Friday, November 22.
Portland The victim of en atro
Young cious murder, James J3.
Wan -v Morrow, a prominent
Murdered. East Hide young man, of
390 East Seventh Btreet,
lies dead at Dunning's East Side
morgue. The manner in which the
deed was perpetrated is enveloped in
mystery, and the identity, of the assas
sin is unknown. The circumstances
surrounding his tragic death make it one
of the paddest caffs that has ever baffled
tho efforts of the police to unravel.
Leaviog the home of the young woman
to whom he was engrged to be married,
Miss Lilah Illidgo' of 68 East Sixteenth
street, North, James Morrow with a jest
on his l'ps, started for his own home a
mile and a half awny. He parted from
her at 11 :45, too late to cateh a car, and
started blithely on his long walk. When
the tragedy was enacted lie was threo
bioiks frcm his own home. The mur
der took placo on East Eighth 6treet,
between Stephens and Mill, 20 feet
away from the residence of (J. S. Brad
ford, a mail carrier. A loud report of a
piutol or rifle was heard at 12:18 a. m.
The neighborhood was aroused. Listen
ers merely turned over in tbeir beds.
Several heard the clatter of retreatin,,
footsteps. The sounds in the neighbor
hood died out. The raindrops fell on
the I ody of-the boy, while the residents
lay back to a second slumber. Fou
hours elapsed before the crime was dis
covered. Then everyone was aroused to
a realization that prompt action on the
part of some decisive person might have
raited a hue and cry, some one might
have beeu at hand to hear the dying boy
make a last statement, and others might
have sent out the alarm and headed off
the eecoping murderer and his possible
accomplice, jwo theorios have arisen
as to the manner in which the murder
was committed. The 11 rat is that it was
the deed of soma jealous rival of James
Morrow for the affections of Miss Lilah
Illidge. The second is that it was the
act ot a highwayman.
Governor Van Sant aeks Western gov
ernors to aid him and the Wisconsin
people in making a tight againBt the
merging of the great Northern and Nor
thern Tacitlc railroads.
John Coneidiuo acquitted of the charge
of murdering ex-Chief of l'oiice Meri
doth in Seattle.
The existence of a conspiracy to over
throw the Canadiun government in the
Yukon country, 1ms boeti confirmed.
0. A. Selbrede resigns as United States
commissioner to Skagway, and wili re
turn to Oregon.
Saturday, Novembor 23.
Chincso Tho Chinese Exclusion
Kxcluniou Convention met in San
Convention, Francisco, ex-Represeu-tativeT.
J. Geary, chair
man, was attended by 3,000 delegates,
re-presenting the state, county and city
governments. The , convention de
manded tho re-enactment of the Geary
exclusion act. As a supplemental re
port, the committee on resolutions pre
sented a statement, which was adopted,
recognizfng tho nienceo to the indus
trial conditions on the const of the rap
idly iiKirersin number of Japanese- and
other AsiaKtiu immigrants, and asking
that the matter ue referred to the exec
utive committee with instructions to
take such steps as may bo nef"'nrv to
secure all possible protection v. Hit.
The convention also adopted a n 111 1
riul, stating at loimth the n-us-m-i why
the continued Jt'strirtiou of Chint i-e and
other Asiatic immigration is demanded
by the people of the Facilit: coast.
There aro rumcri in New xork of a
possilile merging of the Harrimun in
Steamer Kehanl an 1 1usm sunk in
D. M. I.oriiHten, of Astoria, circulates
petition against set-flihing gear in the
, Columbia nvir.
Sunday, November 24.
I!ig One of the largest timber
Timber deals in the history of Linn
Nile. county, was completed in
Albany this forenoon when
deeds filed with the county recorder,
transferring to the Wright, liloitgett
Company, Limited, of Saginaw, Mich
about 5,000 acres ot land. The grantors
received $12 BO to f 14 per acre, accord
ing to the amount of timber on the
cloims as reported by the cruisers o( the
grantees, and the amount paid about
$iiO,000. The entire purchase was paid
in full. This is tho highest price that
has ever been paid for timber lands in
Linn county, The tawmill will bo
erected at Albany, or.d a logging road
will be built from thecitv to the timber.
Tho purchasers bought direct from the
entrymen, and have teveral thunanfl
acres more under contract.
Again it is stated in London that Jo
sph Oha mberlain, the colonial secre
tary, proved his right and title to be
the most thoroughly hated British
statesman. The storm now raging in
Germany over his misadversions of the
Prussian army has been a powerful re
flex in Great Britain, where regardless
of partv lines. Mr. Chamberlain has
been severely criticised for "aimlessly
putting his foot in it." On all sides can
be heard expressions circulated of opin
ion by English business men and politi
cians, who while tbey, perhaps believe
Mr. Chamberlain was correct in what
he said, denounce the uttering of such
Monday, November 25.
Thugs John Wade, alias Kid M.
Arrested. Fadden, and William H.
Dalton ware arrested in
Portland yesterday morning, charged
with being implicated in the murder of
James Barkley Morrow last Thursday
morning on "the East Side. Ohales
Smith a id William H. Martin were also
arrested, as they had been going around
town with Wade and Dalton. The two
latter are the principals. Wade says
tiat Dalton killed Morrow. Dalton
says that Wade fired the fired the shot
which killed Moarow. The police state
Wade is the actual murderer, although
he is placing the blame on Dalton . The
arrests were mrde by Detectives Day
and Weiner and Policeman Carpenter,
Boiley r .d Gibson. The clew which
led to the arrests, was oupplied by Mrs.
W. T. Whitlock, 188 First Btreet, at
whose house Martin, Smith and Dalton
roomed, and where Wade visited them.
Martin introduced Smith and Dalton to
Mrs. Whitlock last Wednesday night,
and these two worthies left the house
together, shortly afterward, accompan
ied by Wade, who had called in the in
terval. Mrs. Whitlock says she became
suspicious of Wade and Dalton when
she first met the men, and the became
so uneasy that she fell a prey to nerv
ous unaccouutable feaJsso much so,
that instead of retiring Wednesday night
at her usual hour, she sat up until 3
o'clock Thursday morning to wait for
her new lodgers. When Wade and
Dalton came in sight they looked hag
eard and ill at ease. Thpy went to
sleep, however, and Mrs. Whitlock was
startled to hear later in the uay inai
younz Morrow had been shot and kilted
on the East Side at about 1Z:1S on trie
same morning. I ter, after discover
ing that her house bad been robbed,
she boldly accused the men of the mur
der. when thev alraoBt wilted. She no
tified the auteorities, and the arrest ot
the men followed. They subsequently
made confessions. Wade and Dalton
are both noted toughs, and acknowleded
that they had been guilty ot a number
of recent hold-ups and burglaries.
The local Bteamer Alorta, of Manila,
with 21 J passengers, including some
discharged American soldiers, i -m
Olongapo, Subig bay, is believed to have
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given ' that. Albert
Lacey, executor of the estate of Leonora
Elizabeth Lacey, deceased, has rendered
and presented for final settlement bis
final account of his administration of
said estate and has filed the same with
the clerk of the county court of Clacka
mas county, state of Oregon, and that
Monday, December 2nd, 1901, at JO
o'clock a. m.,has been set by the county
judge of said county for the hearing of
said final report at the court house, in
Oregon Oity, in said county and state,
and for hearing objections to said report
if any there be. All persons interested
in said estate are hereby notified then
and there to appear and show c .use, if
any there be, why said final account
Bhould not be allowed and approved and
said executor discharged.
Exscutor of the Est .te of
Leonora Elizabeth Lacey.
Eobert A. Miller, Attorney for Estate.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appoint! d administra
tor of the the estate of Francis Marion
Pickard, deceased, by the county court
of the state of Oregon, for the county of
Clackamas. All persons having claims
-trgair st sa'd deceased are required to
present same, wil 1 the necessary voucher-,
within six rronths from the date
hereof to thfc undersigned at the office
of B. M. Smith, Room 2, Ainsworth
Building, Third and Oak streets, in the
city of Portland. Multnomah county,
State of Oregon.
H. S. Harcourt,
Dated at Porilind, Oregon, Oct. 22,1901.
In the Circuit Conrtoftho Slate of Crjgon for
the County of Cla3kiimns,
Clara Blanche lilanchet,
Lou's Je.inbaplist Blanchet,
To Louis Jcanbuptlst IUanchct, taid defendant.
Tn the name of the stnto of Oregon, you are
hereby required to appear and answer the com
plaint filed nfc-uinst you in the above entitled suit
on or before the Msl day of December, 1901, and
if you fail to so answer, for want thereof, the
plaintiff will apply to the ubovo entitled court for
a decree forever dissolving the bonds of matri
mony now existing between the plaintiff and de
fendant, and for snob, other relief as shall seem
meet and proper .
This summons is ordered published In the Ore
gon City Courier-Herald lor tho period of six
weeka from date of first publication thereof such
order being made by the Hon. Thomas . Ryan,
Judge of the County Court of tho state of Oregon,
for the county of Oiackumaa, ou the, 11th day of
J. J. FITZGERALD,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
First publication Novo mbor 15th, 1001,
TO CUBE. A COLD
Stop coughing, as it irritates the lungs,
and gives them no chance to heal, D o
ley's Honey and Tar cures without caus
ing a strain in throwing off the phlegm
like co union cough expectorants. Ubar
man & Co.
Continued on page 6.
The largest sun ever paid for a pie
scription. changed hands in San Fran
cisco, An,?. 80, 1901. Tho transfer in
volved in coin and stock $112,500.00 and
was paid by a party of businees men for
a specific for Bright's Disease and Dia
betes, hitherto incnrablo diseases.
They co nmonced the series investi
gation of the specific Nov. 15, 1900.
They interviewed scores of the cured
and tried it out on its merits by putting
over threo dozen cases on the treatment
and watching them. They also got phy
sicians to name chronic, incurable cases,
and admininte.ed it with the physicians
for judges. Up to Aug, 25, eighty-seven
per cent of tho teat c;ises were either
weil or progressing favorably. ,
There being but thirteen pr ceut of
failures, the parties vero satisfied and
closed the transaction. The proceedings
of the investigating committee and the
clinical reports ol the test cases were
published and will be mailed free on ap
plication. Address John J. Fulton
Company, 420 Montgomery St., San
Women and Jewells
Jewels, candy, flowers, man -that is
the order of a woman's preferences.
Jewels form a macnet o' mighty power
to the average woman. Even that great
est of all jewe's, health, is often ruined
in the strenuous efforts to make or save
the money to purchase them. If a wo
man will risk her life to get a coveted
gem, then let her fortify herself against
the insiduous consequences of coughs,
colds and Ibronchial affections by the
regu'ar use of Dr. Boschee's German
Syrup it will promptly arrest con
sumption in its early stages and heal the
affected lungs and bronchial tubes and
drive the dread disease from the Bysiem.
It is not a cure-all, but it is a certain
cure for coughs, colds and all bronchial
troub'es. You can get Dr. G. O. Green's
reliable remedies at George A. Hard
ing's. Get Green's Special Almanac.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Clackamas.
M. E. McCarver and W A. Holmes,
Administrator of the Estate of It. L.
Hiram E.Straight, William E. Straight,
largarct Grata and (Iratz, her
husband, Jacob Straight, James
Straight, John Straight, Hiram E.
E. BtraUht, administrator of Hiram
To Jacob Straight, James Straight, Margaret
Gratz, and Oralis, Ler husband, and each of
you, said defendants.
In the name of the State of Oregon; You are
hereby required to appear and answer the coin
plaint filed against you In the above entitled
suit on or before the last day prescribed In the
order for puuucation ot mis summons w men is
six weeka from the day of publication whereof
which date of publication is November 8th, 1901,
and you will take notice that if you fail so to ap
pear and answer the oomnlaint fl ed against you
Herein on or Deioro saia last uay ot saiu lime
prescribed in snid order, the plaintiffs will apply
to the oourt for the relief demanded tn the com
plaint herein to with the foreclosure of certain
mortgages covering lots 1,2,3,4, 6, 7 and 8 of
Block 71, of Oregon City, Oregon, and plaintiff
will apply for such other and further relief a is
just in the premises.
I Thls summons is published by order of the Hon.
T. A. Mcllride, Judge of said Court, upon applica
tion of plaintiffs herein, which order ts duly made
and entered in said court November 6th, 1U01.
C. D. and D. C. LATOURKTTB,
Attorneys fot Plaintiff.
ako union Pacific
The 0. R.-& N. Co.
' Gives the Choice of
9:00 a. m.
0:00 p. m.
6:C3 p. m.
ST. PAUL and
W. II. TO UNCI'S
Livery & Feed Stabls
Finest.! urnouts in City ,.
OREGON CITY. OREGON
S. J. VAUGHN'S
Livery, Feed and Saie Stables
Nearly opposite Suspension bridge
First-Class Rigs of All Kinds
OREGON CITY, OREGON
and Tin Shop
JOBBING AND REPAIRING
Opposite Caufleld Block OREGON CITY
Ocean Steamers leave Portland everv
9 Days lor
Boats leaves Portland daily for Willam
ette and Columbia River Polnti.
Jilontlily Steamers to Cbina and Japan.
E. E. G. SEOL
Will give you a
Bargain in Wall Paper
Wall Tinting and in
General House Painting
Paint Shop near Depot Hotel
Any of our readers wanting lit:l!t,
biilily profitable employment, should
senu l.rc to the Echo Novelty Cok, Eoho,
New York, for one of tlieio Engraved
Novelty Show Card 8ina (! 1x14). Cat-
nlotme and terms to ns;eiHs. hieluiMve
Te ritory given.
Great reduction in prices h all millin
ery. Miss Goldsmith.
The Portland City A Oreeon Rtilway
Company will run crs every III) minutes
between Oreson City and 1 ortlund Sua
Georife A. Points, Upper Sandusky,
O., writes: ''I have been using Foley's
Honey and Tar for hoarseness and tind
it the Seat remedy ever tried. It stopped
the cough immediately and relieved all
eorenesa." Take none but Foley's,
Charman & Co.
Adolph lM.iner, Grand Mouud, la.,
writes: "I have used Foley's Honey and
Tar in my family and think it is the
best cough cure on the market. I would
not be without it in my home, as there
is nothing so good for cough and colds.
Charman A Co.
In the circuit court of the Etate of Ore'
gon for the county of Clackamas.
Minnie Narjot, 1
To Ernest Nurj )t, said defendant.
In the n ime of the Stat-j of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
in the abovo entitled suit on or before
the 6th day of December, 1901, and if
you fail to 80 answer, for want thereof
the pHntiff will apply to the aboven
tit'ed court for a decree fo.ever dissolv-
ingthe bordsof matrimony now exist
ing between the plaintiff and defendant,
and foi' such other relief as shall seem
meet and proper.
This summons is ordered published
in the Oregon Oily Courier-Herald for
the period of six weeks from date of first
publication thereof pucb order being
made by tlie tton. 1 nomas b. Kvan,
Jrdge of the county court ot the state of
O.epon, for ttie county ot Clackamas, on
the 31st day of October, laui.
J. J. Fitzgerald,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
First publication November 1,1901.
Bij valut 8 In ready-to-wear half. Miss
SULK Y 1'LO W
Gtiarantte I to be the b st Sulky Flow
in tho wur'd. This is a broad s'atement,
hut we sImi I remly to rove it in the
field with any plow made.
SP"f:KNl FOR fl'KClAL CATALfX UE,
t:tv. A lien,? lit Iiil ride lor on v Z; rents
the rouud trip. Tho cars run cleai I Mitchell, Lewis & Staver Co
hrotigh to Caneniah on that day. r p, OREGON
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Clackamas,
Alice V. Sis) ,
To Jtrry Sirk, de'endunt
In the name of the state of Oregon:
You arel erehy required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
in the above entitled suit on or before
the sixth day of December, 1901, which
is six weeks alter ttie Joth day of OetO'
her, 1901, the date ordered for the first
publication of this summons; and if
you fail to answer far want thereof, the
plaintitt will apply to the court for ttie
re"ef deuiHiided 'n her complaint filed
For a decree from this court dissolv
ing the bonds of matrimony heretofore
existing between plaintiffand defendant,
on the ground of cruel and inhuman
treatment of the plaintiff by the defend
S. S, GiLi.EsriK,
. . Attorney for Plaintiff
For full Information call on or add reus nearest
O. li. & N. Ticket Agent, or address
A.L.CRAIO, G, P. A.,
t Hav Fever i
GUmNEED NO OPITAES
For Sale by
C. G. HUNTLEY
Oregon City, Oregon
Today take Foley's Honey and Tar. It
positively prevt-nts pneumonia, or other
serious results Irom colds. It may be
too late tomorrow. Charman & Co.
Yon can mnke your hai
nea as bo ft as glove
tnd as toimh hh wiro by
twins El' It EKA Hnr
noun Oil, You cn
lengthen its life make it
List twice as long id it
makes a noor looking bar-
ffi nesa like new. Mude of
j pure, heavy bodied oil, es
7, pocialU prepared to wilii
I BUiiid tho weather.
i tn cans sXl size.
Mada tj STANDARD OIL CO.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
STR. BAILEY GATZERT
Daily Round Trips, except Sunday
Leave Portland 7 A. M
Leave Astoria 7 P. M
THE DALLES-PORTLAND ROUTE
Between Portland, The Dalles and
Leave Portland. TueB . Thure. and Sat 7 A. M
Arrive The Dalles, tame day 5 P.M.
Leave " Sun , Wf d. and Irl 7 A. M.
Arrive Portland, same day 4 P. M.
MEALS THE VERT BEST
fTflMnmley Trips a Leading Feature
f UTl'his Konte has the Grandest Scenic Attiac-
tions en Harm . n
Landing and office, Foot Alder Street
BOTH PHONES, MAIN 851 PORTLAND, OREGON
J. C. WYATT, Aflt., Vancouver
W0LF0R0 & WYERS, Agts.,White Salmcn
PRATHER & BARNES, Agls., Hood River
JOHN M. FILL00N, Agt., The Dalles
A, J. TAYLOR, Agt., Astoria
E. W. CRICHTON. Afit., Portland
The Dalles, Portland and Astoria
Strs. Regulator & Dalles City
Dally (exocpt Sunday) betwen
Toochlng at way points on both Bides of the
Both of tie above steamers have been re nl
andare intxcellent shape for the season ofliOO
Th Regulator Line will endeavor to glvei's
patrons the best service possible.
For Comfort, Economy and Pleasure
travel by the steamera of Die Regulator
The above steamers leave Portland 7a. m.and
Dalles at 8 a, m.,and arrive at destination la ample
time for outgoing trains.
Portland Office, The Dalles Office
Oak St. Dock. CourtStreet.
A. C. AIXAWAI
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