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About The new age. (Portland, Or.) 1896-1905 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1900)
THE NEW AGE. POUT LANK). OIWrON.
Pullman Gar Porters
t I Iii
And Pool Room in Connection
MIR GUTTING AND SHAMPOOING
1G7 North Slilti St. P hone Read 2937
C, E, RHOADES, Prop.
B. B. RICH
103 THIRD ST. flADQ
PORTLAND HOTEL ' V-MVaHr0
FOURTH AND MORRISON ST., PORTLAND. OR.
Fourth and Yamhill Sts.
BOTH 'PHONES NO. 607
RENA STINSON, Ludj Assistant.
miiK xaciii:n and munick
F1KK I.N'SUltANCK COMPANY.
KttaMMiuri A.l). 18.24.
Charles A. ll'jiculintJt A Co., Agents.
Room f, Worcester lttock, N. C. cor. Third ant1
OnkSriu-K Portland, Or.
PORTLAND WIRE AND IRON WORKS
Hank, Hiur Hint ORtc Itiilllnif
Ornamental Wlrn and Iron Work
ot All Kltulf.
Witt and Iron Fence and Window Gtuds
s4 Alder St., I'OltTI.ANI), ult.
COHNKll TlllltP AND DAVIS STIIKKIS
HOTi:i, IS NKYVI.V HKNOVATKD
Thli la tlio hc.t of)iilix 1 moderate rAtu liotrt
on Hie rni'lll ('ohi and hit-. Nil the I'niitdi
Icnicaot hluli.prlci-d hotels Complete with
eht-trlo IIkIiu ml liclU, nml arn-imi water In
each room. Ilatli room on om-Ii floor. Klemtor
for accomodation of i.-iumIk. Unit h II and ll.'.'l
irrday. Mcoh'-tiuir.. kpi-i-hil rntcs in Urn.
Illn nml thcntilcal p.i-Hi--, I'i(. 'hits In nml
from all tinliix. itl iooiih ():itv four Mocks
fium Union IhikiI, K.it I'roof Ihilldlni;,
F. K. HILL, Prop.
and Ice Co...
lee, Coal, Goke
19 Noitli Front Hi., I'DII ri.AMI, OR
Oregon Phone Main 780,
Columbia Phono "W.
THE ATLANTIC OYSTER HOUSE
OPKN ALL NIGHT.. ...
All Kinds of Shellfish and TamaUs
Crawfish Cooked In Wine,
A r.H Sleeked Sideboard With leer 0 Drsugal
Telephono, Oregon lletl JSM.
CI 1 TIIIIU KTHKKT, ?r Pu.
013 PrUaUKiilrMiiinuii I'liin.
OREGON CITY, OR.
JACOB CASSELL, Prop.
Strictly Hr.t.OI. liuUs
' l,00 Vmr lny mikI Up.
Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Com
mcrdal Sample Room.
Bifjtjc and Omnibus Transfer
Office 8. W. Cor. Fourth and Stark Ste.
Telephone 639. rOKTI.AND, OKKGO.N.
Exchange Your Checks With Messenger
n Trains and Order Carriages or Coupes.
Baggage checked at resi
dence to any destination.
Branch Offices: llolel Portland: United
Carriage Co., feovcnlh mid 'la) lor.
L. H. ADAMS, Manager
T. Mr Sinclair & Co.
"Fidelity" Hams and Bacon
Manufactured from cliolco Iowa corn-fed hog
W. A. WISE
...Room 614 THE DEKUM...
Tel. Red 2844. .
European and American Plan.
Furnished in First-Class Style.
Newborn, newljr furnished, two blocks from
Union depots .AH the waderu Improvement,
flre-prool, hot and cold 'water, centrally 1
catidr -, ""J '
Rates, $1 and $1.25 a Day.
Meals Sic, Bath. Mc.
Cor. Sixth and Glisan, Portland.
PORTLAND RAILWAY CO.
Car. loae Portland. Corner V'lrt and Wash
ington street, for Vnniomera follona:
VmKiiMivnr 4H Mlnutfx.
A. M.-fl:ls, 7:oi. 7:4k, sal, t:is, lojtw, 10:4.
P. y. 1J:18. 1:0.1. IMS. -'::, 3;i8, 4:uj, :i, .1:3.1.
:I8, 11M i. ill Ml. (l.oe First and Je.
fiTMm aired., 4 nilnuUx duller.)
Ferry leae Vanemixer to count-it with care
A.M.-i:43, 7::w, s:r., t:oo, 9:4J, lo:M, 11:15
r. M.-l.':45, 1 :), 2:15, :W), sms, 4:ao, si5, 6:P0,
Cara leave corner Klnt and Washington
atreeli for ondlan a Mtona;
A.M. c:i.v..n:i.t!:4)t,,7:,7:i8.7:ai.7:48. 8:01,
8:lN,8:'ct, 8:ih. ti.on, 'i:lK. :si, :is ni.ui,
lusiN, los-ti, m:iM, uhm. ii:ik. ti:.i,i. lt:4H.
P. M.-V.':iki, u:i8. v:-M, i-.':i, i:ui, ujh, ism,
i:4, ':oi. .,:iH,-.,:.n,'j:ts, H:vt. n:i, a:.tt,
a:is, 4:ai, 4:lh, 4:l.i, l;H. .i:o.i, A;is, A;:t3,
ft.ts, fiicti, r.:ii, i;;:ci, cms, 7:ua, 7:18, 7:.u.
7:i8, 8:at,8:lt..8:.ct. 8: y; :t. v.ix, v:u,
lu:W. io:W. iu;i3, 11:uj, ii:.-.i jiimj.
' Woaillawn UUMImiUa.
Carslenrn Wocllawn for FIrat and Wmliliif.
(on atreri. a. follow:
A. M 4:4'4,ii:w1,o;i51n:.fi;.7:ui,7:15,7:i
8:00. 8:1.1. 8::, m;ii, :ii. f:ii. 9::w, 9:41,
10:00, ni:ir,,io:.si, io:4i, II :u, Uili. Uiiw.
r. M. IJil.i, 1 urn. I'J:41, 1 :(i. 1 il.i, 1 :.', 1 :4.1, 2:00
SHA,:.ii,'J:ii, :i:uo. :t:l.i, 3:su.:iv 4:oa
4:1.1, 4::io, 4;4", fiyti, A:l.V vui. 5:41, 0:oo,
0:1.1, ii:i i:i'., 7:i, 7:M. 7:ai.7:ti, ;m
M.i. a::u. :M, i:io, u:A, 9.50. iu:ln, 10. jO,
10..'o, Jll:lo. ii: jj.
lUlly, except Siuulm a.
(Hall)', extept Wiiemlneand Ratnrdujra.
JWednr.iln). and balurday only.
W. T. PHILLIPS.
209f Stark atreet, between front and r'irt.
l'linue, Orejon, CU) 441.
Ilelpof all fclnda fnrnlnhF.t on ahort nolle.
Wanted; itallnad null and deck haiidi.cooLe,
waiteraand xeueial home work, larm hande,
mill hatida and tlty vork.
Krat eatate It'lt'd ami Hold.
tupp)r aKint fiirlhr a -Mop Wrlnter, pat
ent applied far. blatu and toutity right, for
THE BLUE MOUNTAIN CO.
COAL, ICE, COKE.
T, J. GORMAN'. Manaier.
:47 etark Street. PORTLAND, OP,
CYCLISTS TO GUARD ENGLAND.
Gen. Maurice Evolve a 1'Inn for Uo
of Wheel -In War.
All sorts of suggestions hnvo bceu
made from time to time ns to the use
of the bicycle lu wnr, but up to the
present time the wheel has uot gone be
yond the experimental Btngc In the
nrmy. .Theic Ih n tendcney nmoug the
olllclnls In the wnr departments of the
different couutiles to ridicule the Intro
ductlun'of th! bicycle Into military tac
tics. Hut now one of England's uotcd
geticrnls, a mini old ami experienced lu
the art of war, conies forward with n
( . i - w.,.,1 i 'y-.i
Silt FHhlhl!lCK JIAU1I1CK.
scheme for the lepelllng of nu luvatllng
force from Unglnud'tt shores, and one of
the most Important factors of tho plan
Is the bicycle. The otllcer who conceiv
ed the scheme of thus utilizing the
wheel lu war Is lion. Frederick Maur
ice, commandant of the military ar
senal nml training ground.
Sir Frederick Maurice's position mid
his remarkable war record, which be
gan with .Ashantl, continued through
the .ul u wars, and ended, as active ser
vice, with parliculaf lustre In the Sou-
CYCL1-ST SCOUTS OHOSS1NO
tlau and In Kgypt, would bo sulllclent
to center expert iih well an public atten
tion lu any military plan suggested by
him. The Idea of au uuollicla! defen
sive force of armed cyclists- camo to
him through noticing how tlioi-e of his
men who ate cyclists overcame what Is
one of the greatest dllticiiltlct of mili
tary training lu Kuglaud, the distances
between the army headquarters and the'
rllle ranges. These men, lio observed,
slung their rllles over their shophltiH,
spiiu over to Hlsley, or even to Itrlgh
ton from WVolwfcli, laid their pr.tollco
and reported back again lu what seem
cd him lucredlhle time, and the matter
sol hln n-thlnklir,'. The d a reaclrd a
further stage tvlten the generaj discov
ered that many cyclist clubs about
Woolwich were In the habit of compet
ing among themsele.s in title shooting
us well, tak'ng out arms of their own,
traveling to some safe place on tho
seucoast, and shooting at targets. Ills
plan, us It stands ut present, Is to dem
onstrate his Idea to tlio public at
lirlghton, using, however, only the mil
itary cyclists, then to try to persuade
tho vnrloiiR cycle clubs of Kuglaml to
take up rifle shooting, and so eventually
branch out until every cyclist In I!u
eluud who will consent Is mustered Into
the service. How best to train them
will, of course, come afterward.
The general Is to give a practical
demonstration of his plans at Hrighton
L within a short time. Ho will endeavor
to show the special facilities presented
by England for the use of a large body
of rifle cyclists for defensive purjoses.
A force nt Infantry, supposed to be that
of np Invader newly landed at Itrl-'IMon
will start on the march toward I-omlon.
and the duty of the cyclist force then
inn n s it ovci.k ooitps wiikki,.
trill be to net ns scouts and pass de
tailed reports of the enemy's move
ments to a mythical force supposed to
be gathering lu the Interior, to show
how obstacles could be placed In his
path and natural supplies, such as cat
tle, etc., could be removed from It; test
ing to what extent his force could bo
surprised and ambushed by well-trained
corps of rllle cyclists; demoustvatlng
not only how much an Invader could
be delayed until an adequate force
could be marshaled to meet him, but
how swiftly the cyclist army could
cope with the ordinarily dllllctilt mat
ters of support, relief and fresh sup
plies of ammunition. a
CARRIED A CANE.
It Kept Htm from I.cavlnc mid I.oalntr
"You wonder why 1 always carry n
cane except when I am carrying au
umbrella," remarked a well-known
Phllndelphlnn the other afternoon.
"Well, I don't mind telling you. It's
all ou account of umbiellas."
"Can't see the connection," rejoined
the friend to whom he was talking.
"Don't suppose you could. Hut you
will when I have explained. You lose
an umbrella every once In a while, don't
you? Tut It down somewhere and walk
oft and leave ItV"
"Yes, 1 have had that happen to mo
"Well, 1 used to, but uot since I took
to enrrylug n enne. Au acquaintance
out In Chicago put inc on to the scheme.
'Cot a cane of some kind, he said to
me one day, 'and carry It every day
and every night that It doesn't rain.
By that means you become so nccustom
ed to hnvlng somethluit In your hand you
nre lost without It. Thou, when n rainy
day or evening comet nml you nre com
pelled to carry an umbrella about with
you the benefit comes lu. Say you hnvo
gone into a restaurant and when you
come out the rnln has stopped. You
wnlk out Into the streot without your
A DH1FT IN SOUTH AFI5ICA.
umbrella, l'resto; after you have taken
perhaps a dozen steps you uiIhs some
thing. Your catie-carrylng hand Is
minus the burden It Ustinlly beats. Hack
go your thoughts to your umbrella ami
buck go your steps to get It. Simple'
Of course It Is, but the simple things
oftentimes prove the most valuable."
With this sago remark the well
known Philadelphia)! walked off down
the street swinging his bamboo stick
with a well-satlsllcd air. Philadelphia
"Jerlolio, All Out!"
This Is tht cry, accoidlug to a tour
ist's letter from the cast lu the Klclno
.eltuug, which Is now resounding ou
tho sacred banks of tho Jordan. Ou
the river where St, Johu the It.iptlst
ouce baptized his penitent hearers, u
steamboat Is now plying with religious
pilgrims and gay pleasure-Keekers for
Its passengers. The present passenger
steamer Is really the second of Its
kind. About two years ago the Intel
ligent Abbot Pachnmlus, the head or
tho monastery of St. .John, near Jeri
cho, made au attempt to navigate tlio
Hlblical stream with a little steuiher or
his own. The experiment proved so
successful that u new passenger steam
er, of modest size and power, wa
placed upon the river last year. It
starts regularly from the bridge near
'.Jericho, und steams to the southern
end of tho Dead Sea. CJIasgow Her
ald. Btrret TliroiiKh an KiikIIsIi Clitiroh.
One pf 'the best-known Instances of
churches with streets thtougli them li
that of St. John the Haptlst's Church
in Hrlstol, Knglaml. The church Is sit
uated right oei' tho aucleut gateway
Into tho city of Avon, and the totvcilng
spire stu'idlug high above the neighbor
ing bouses and stieets Is a remarkable
sight, as oue survejs It from the road
Superstition Is o common In Purls
that cards tustefully embellished and
containing a list of "hours to be avoid
ed" are extensively sold.
Honeity never contributes anythlnf
to th wklte man's burden.
Always ask for tho fnmotn General
Arthur cijr.tr. Ksberg-Gunat Cigar Co.,
general agents, Portland. Or.
F. F. Thompson, dealer In tobacco,
cigars, fruit, candles and iiuih. Slid U
JJratly & Sherrett, practical plumb
ers, gas and steam litters. Dcalcis in
lead and iron pipe, gas fixtures and
plumbing goods of every leuiipt on.
Jobbing done at rewionable rn es.
AH work warranted. Steam ami hot
water-heating a specialty. Telephono
Oak 411. 142 Kirst stieot. Portland,
O. A. 'WntBon, Marine Drug Slosc, 88
N. Third streot, Portland, Ore. Spe
cialties: Flockcnstoiu's Lung Hal sun
ind Celery Seltzer.
H. II. Rdi win tz, druggist ami apotlio
anry, 225 Hurnshlo stieot, between
l?list and Second, Portland, Ot.
For lino fruits of all kinds for tho
traveling public, call at 100 Ninth
Sixth street. Ico cream soda. Hnskot
fruits for travelers. George Riser pro
prietor 'Creamery nnd bakery. Country but
ter and fresh eggs a specialty; also
creamery butter. Mrs. H. lloydston,
proprietor, corner Second and Columbia
itreets, Portland, Or.
Whoa medicines will not cure you,
or when you get tired ot spoutling
money for mcdlclnos, buy tho Natural
Body llrnco front J. A. Clomonson, drug
list, 227 Yamhill stieot, botween First
H. O. Cash Jlarkot. Cheapest and
best goods delhorod oast and west.
Corner Seventh and Couch streets.
Kvcrythiug tlrst-eluss. Cameron &
Juo. P. Sharkey, munufnrurer ot
harness, collars, eaddles and strap
nork; importer of saddlery, hardware,
whips, padi, etc 65 Union ave., Port
Kiihn Uroa., dealers in hides, fur
sitd wool. 1U1 Fiout streot, Portland,
O. DantVlron, watchmaker, jnwelei
and diamond-tetter, 1-10 Sixth street,
Portland, Or. All work guaranteed.
rerybody smokes tho celebrated
Monogram und Pamloiu cigars. Ihoy
have no rmtnl.
Tho Popular, lnfi First sttect, bet.
Washington and Alder, Portland, Or.,
Johu Kcklttud, pionrletor. Tel. Ore
gon red uat, Col Ida 6118.
. Portland Trantiler tiiilnon Ohns. O.
Blglin, proprietor. Cliolco wines,
liquors and cigars. !)21 Ulisan, cor
ner Sixth, Portland, Or. ,
Smyth A Howard, general contract
irs. .HohiIn, bridges trestles, munici
pal Impiovemuiits, etc., Portland, Or.
Diamond Vltiifled lirlok Companr,
'iiicorpoutted). Paving brick a spo
:ltlty. CI3 Cliambii ot Commerce.
The Western Oycter Jlntitv, Sam
Mnekln, piopiletor. Ojstem and
crawfish, wlinlesale and retail. Hy
tho gallon, $'i; by the )dnt, 25 cenls.
lO'J.'u WiiHliiiifiton sticet, between Hen.
ond and 'Ililnl. Telephonn blown 4114,
The A. D. T. MefsengerCo. is the old
est and beat service of the kind in the
town. Headers of the Now Age, give
ihmn the preference.
Money to loan, on furniture, plane,
or any good tecuritici. Notes und
mortgages bought. K. W. King, room
45, Washington building,
King np Dr. Darling, 3114 '' Morrlron
itreet, cor. Till id und -Monition, over
MoAllon &' McDonnell'. Oflke
hours, 10:30 to 18 a. in.; IsllO to'5 p.
in. At residence, '. 84th and Hel
uiout itreets, morning ami uTHiiitige,
Itesiilenea 'phtmei, Oregon, liluti K?r;
ijolumbla, 6IU7; ofllc 'iihoua, Coltiiu
French Dyeing and Cleaning Work
All work done at very moderate piieei,
Dyeing ami oleaning of all kinds o;
ludiea' and Gent'n clothing. Monrnlii
cloth dyed in 48 hours. J. Delenu
roprletor, 455 UlUau atfC
The finest jdacn In the oity to obtain
flitt quality cipimj tobacco mid siiiok
era' nrtiole's is that of Hoceuthal A
Hudd, at 287 and 287 ' Washinuton
itreet, between Fourth and Fifth.
Give then genial dealers u call when
you wiili anything in thuir line. Tele
phone Main 75,
A. A. Uiiruli, bhyclti repairing.
Ilrnzlug aud outtiug down framna a
ipecialty. Hiutuls aundrioa Hjkr.l
nainet. All work guWuteed, t H.i
Poot of Morrison atreet, Portland, Or.
Call und e me when ton sro liroV.tn
down. Atteiiuy for the Impeil.il liny,
ole; guaruuteud for oue year. Oregon
'phone blHck 2801.
The Safe Store
New and Sccond-llind
Safes Bought and Sold
JOHN E. DAVIS,
a Third ltret, PORTLAND, Oil
WHITE COLLAR LINE
COLUMBIA RIVER A TUOET SOUND NAVt
rORTIiANP AND ASTORIA.
Pally trlpi of ateitmer Ilaller Hatrert Iaraa
eirr mornliiK In thoupcl at 7 o'clock, except
day. lli'tiirnlm:, leave AMrfrla rw-rj nUlil
i lie week at 7 o'clock, except Sunday.
W Idle Collar I.lno tloki-ts and O. It, ,L N. Co.
tlrketa art' Inirrehangeaulc on steamers Ualley
Untrert and llnnnli.
onu-e, Alder airet-l d'iek, Telepliona Main
iil. Columbia 'phone X
U U SCOTT, President.
A STQRI& & COLUMBIA
Iw Sii vwm ins Daily
THROUGH PARLOR CARS
Portland. Astoria Seaside
For Mayirera, Rain
ier, (! lut iik au Ic
ton, Kliivel, (h-ar-hart
Park and ea
aide. Aatorln A Ht-ahore
1:00 a. m.
7 .00 p. m.
9:40 p. m,"
Ticket office, 2.W Morrison street, and Union
. J. C. MAYO,
Ucu. Pans. Asent, Astoria, Or.
-..Livery, Hick, Feed and Sale Stables...,
Saiclsl Attention Paid t Sosidln Horses.
-'..4 Third St., cor. Madloou.
drecon Phone KU. Colunilila Phone r.ll
Know the News ?
Tou can have It alt for
In The Ir.nlne T.Usram, of Portland,
Or.fou. Ilia lt largaat virnlriK n
papar published in Oregon: It eonlalna
all iha dsms ol th. slat an4 of the Ma
lleu. Trr It tor a luoiith. A aauiple
oopr wlllfc. u allot to ou fraa, id
drM THE TELEGRAM,
F. W. BBQOKE DRUG CO.
67 N. Third Street.
Prescriptions Accurately and
TKLKPMONF.: COI.UMIUA 750.
O It Kb O.N KKI) 1RH
Anron. a.nillng a akrlrli and d..rrlpllnn m.r
fliilnklv &.rrl.lu mir fiiiliilnti rr.a wu.lh.r .ra
liir.ullon I. prnhalilr rlri'Uhli. ('ominiiiili-a.
Ilontilrlcllrninaileiitlal. ll.iidhnokon I'alruU
sent fi.e. OUI.it a.m j for ..curlniT p.t.nL.
I'.t.nta tak.n tlirounh Munn A Co. r.i.lre
tyieMMtkt, ullliuuteli.rnq, In Ilia
A handsom.lr lllnttr.lod w.aklf, Ijirvrst rlr
eulallon ut aur Kl.iuidn J.iurn.l. '1 eons, II
vi four niontks, fl. Hold bjr all naHsd(lr.
IWUNN & Co.'Beo.dw.y. New York
jSraaca untie, CJ4 ' (St., Waihlimlon, 1), C.
THE HOWE SCALE CO"
85 First Street
Bicycle Store Ladders, Grocers
Fixtures, Letter Presses,
Etc., Scales and Truoks.
DAN. W, EVANS.
l I fKN.'s.