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THE .EW AGE, PORTLAND, OJREGON.
A LD1NA FKMIY KXCHANOE
John Ercrton, I'roprlotor.
Choice Wines, Mquors and Clgart,
18 Alblna Bvcuiio, corner Hlver street
mllB DA V A MA SALOON
A. 11. BUKOKK, Prop.
Imported and Domestic Wine. Mquors
, and Cigars. Wclnhard's Ilccr.
Phone Oregon Black 191S
8. E. Corner Second and Oak Streets,
pOUTLAND ROLLINO MILI-S
BAR IRON AND STEEL.
N. E. AYER, Manager.
Twentr-Secoml and Nlcolal Streets.
"ly C. NOON BAO CO.
Manufacturers and Importers ot
BAGS, TWINES. TENTS AND AWNINQS,
FLAGS AN!) MINING HOSE.
Jlnculnc Material, Canvas, Ball Making In all
Its Branches, Cotton Buck, Cordage, etc.
8M4 N. First St. and 210-212-214-216 Couch St.,
nLAZIER BROS. ,
Club Rooms Second Floor
Wine Rooms, Concert, Pool and Billiard Hall
Oregon Phono Grant 71
243 Burnsldo St.
1 AYES A SHORT
(cvcnth and Washington Streets, Ore
DreMcr's New Grocery.
Diamonds. Watchr-K. Jewelry, 8llverware
REPAIRING A (SPECIALTY. ALL WORK
4S Third St. Bet. Pino and Ash.
Old Gold and Silver Bought. Portland, Or.
r i-iiciM! llAKHIlY.
'Phono Clay 214
..... . ... ..-.
II. A. Drarnmcr, Proprietor,
BREAD, CAKES, PIES, CONFECTIONERY.
Ornamental and Fancy Cakes
Cor. Twelfth and Gllsan Streets.
mllE WESTERN LUMBER COMPANY
Office: Seventeenth and FrontStreets.
N Portland, Oregon.
A RMORY DRUG STORK
ore Drugs and Chemicals, Toilet Articles
stationery, confectionery ana
Prescriptions a Specialty.
N. W. Corner Tenth and Everett Streets,
12S First Street,
Bet. Washington and Aldor '
Phone Oregon Red 934 Phone Columbia!!
JOHN ECKLUND, Proprietor,
VAY ii HENDERSON
All Kinds of
Practical Embalmers and Undertakers.
Orders by telegraph tlllod promptly.
Phono Black 47. Cor. lllainetto and 7th 8ts.
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
riRIFFIN HARDWARE CO.
Wholesale and Retail Hardware.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
qNOW FLAKE SALOON
O. PETERSON, Prop.
Tho Choicest Brands ot Wines, Liquors
and Cigar. Prh ate Rooms.
580 Burnsltle Street, Comer Fourth,
r 1LT EDGE SALOON
W. II. MOON, Prop.
Choicest Liquors and Cigars. Steam
and Lagur Beer.
MS Alder Street. Portland, Oregon.
Phone South 11.
FINE WINF.8, LIQUORS AND CIOAUS,
101 Third Street North,
"I ALL AT 831 FIRST 8T.
For Fresh Bread, Cakes and Pies Dally,
A Fresh Line of Groceries, Teas, Coffees, Etc.
MRS. E. N. BUCHANAN, Proprietress.
A First Class Market.
WELLARD, EHRMAN & CO.,
S61 Washington Street.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF MEATS.
:e delivery to all parts of the city. Oreg
Grant 1411. Columbia Telephone la.
A. E. SIEQEU,.
Dealer in all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Etc
Ham and Bacon a Specialty.
Phone, Clay 584. 95 N. Seventh St
CHARLES A. LUCAS, Attorney and Coua.
jelor-ai-l-aw. Room 629 Chamber of Com.
merce. Practice In all Federal and Stat
Court. Portland, Oregon,
DTEHNKKN, & JULIEN-
Wholcale and reatall grocers, 312-314 Burn
side street, corner Sixth, Portland, Or. Tele
plume, Otvgotl Black 2932, Columbia 680.
General Ivirancc Agent, Fire and Marine.
Scottish Union A National Ins. Co., Edlnburg
and London; Western F. and M. Assurance Co.,
Toronto, Can. 82JJ Third St., Columbian Bldg.
R. MILLER. . Oregon 'Phone Clay 7C2.
227$ Washington St. Portland, Oregon.
THE BELL SALOON. Nate Solomon, Mgr.
Phone Ore. Main C17. 'Phono Col. 229.
Hot Lunch served every evening from 0:30 to
1:30. 836 Washington Street. Portland, Ore.
A RMORY CANTEEN,
Aug. Eschle, Prop.
Northeast cornor Tenth and Couch fits,
tnd Couch Sts.
Ore. 'Phone Hood 60S.
mllE TRANSCONTINENTAL HOUSE.
J. J. Engelhardt, Proprietor.
773 Savior Street. Portlnad, Oreg on
A NDERSON A JOHNSON
FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Oambrlnus Lager Beer on Draught.
187 Third Street. Phone, Black 963
828 Washington Street. Phone, North 336.
First class In every respect.
Headquarters for Ola Kentucky Homo Club
Whiskey and Schlltz Milwaukee Beer.
Family entrance on West Park St,
SSO Morrison street. Phono. Hood 717.
A. CLOSE, Manager.
P. F. HALL.
Cor. Commercial and Stanton Sts., Portland
Oro. Vlno, Liquors and Flno Cigars. Oregon
Phono Pink 413.
I. AT. PRESTON.
GROCERIES Free delivery to all parts of tho
y. .mi uirrni.ee mi corner na
200 Ijirrnl.ce St., corner Hnsalo.
Oceania Exchange Cholco Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. Fteo Lunch.
Cor Kiimi'll iipil Ilrendle Sts., Portland, Or.
New and Second Hand Clothing, Hoots and
Phoes, Trunks, Valises, Jewelry and Tools
bought, sold and exchanged. Highest prices
raid for all kinds of valuablo goods, at H7 N.
Third St. and 41 Third St., Portland, Oregon.
'Phones Clay 613, Green 477, Tailoring. Delng,
Cleaning and Repnlrlng done on short notice.
E. E. GOODING. T. A. GARIIADE.
President. Vlco President.
WILLIS FISHER, Secretary.
Oregon Mineral Water Go.
Cascade and Wnlfer Springs Mineral Waters.
Soda Water. Extracts, Ammonia, Blueing, Etc
325 First Street, Portland, Oregon.
Gus Mankcrtz, Prop..
All Kinds of Bread, Cakea and Pins. Home
made Bread a Specialty. Satisfaction
U0 Williams Ave.
First-class in every respect.
Iloadquarlcrs for Old Kentucky Home Club
Whiskey and Schlltz Milwaukee Beer.
Family entrance on Wct Park St.
A. CLOSE, Manager.
ONTR CARLO SALOON.
Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Rtc.
HAGGBLOM CARLSON, Proprietor.
Cor. Eighth and Gllsan Streols. Privato Room
cutmiuo on Eighth Street.
TREES BEE SUPPLIES SPRAY PUMPS
BUELL LAMIIERSON'S SONS
180-182 Front St., Portland, Oregou
Toultry supplUi Garden Iloso Fertilizers
171 North Sixth Street,
For tho Latest Brands of Uigurs and all
kinds of fruits when in season.
C. M. PENNELL, Prop.
Call at 211 Third Stroot for
Fine Candies. Fresh Fruits every day.
The very Latest Brands of Clears.
M. A. CLOW, Prop.
mllE CABINET RESTAURANT.
George Jones, Proprietor.
Open from 5a. m. to 1 a. m. Privato rooms for
Ladles. Lunches put up for Travelers.
Phone North 441.
232 Yamhill St., near Second
CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CANDIES,
FRUITS, NUTS, ETC.
No, 332 Q Street.
CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CANDIES,
FRUITS, NUTS, ETC.
133 Sixth Mrect,
Between Gllsan and Hoyt, Portland, Oregon
T7AOR BARGAINS CALL ON
II. 8. GOLDMAN.
Dea'er In Net and Second-Hand Clothing,
Genu' Furnishings, Hati, Cap, lloois, Mho s.
Blankets, 'I ruiiU. Vllt. T oU. Etc. Ctui-Oit
Clothing Lought and xcliaugvd. Cfijj North
Third ot, Let Dtvoand Everett, Porilaud. Or
Telepboue Brown 4J.
QUARK DEAUKO IS OUR MOTTO.
NEW YORK I.OAV OFFICE.
Ilromberg & Co., Proprietor!.
We buy, tell, trade or lend aioner on Watche,
Diamond!, Jeuelrr and Artlclen of Kery K.
crlplioii. Dargalnn In unrMe'tmd iiledcei for
eatliorliutallmenU, plione Kd rj.'. No. 100
Tblrd St., Leu iiorrlson aud Yamlilll, I'ortlanJ
NEW STKEET ATTIRE;
IT IS MUCH LESS SEVERE THAN
THAT NOW IN WEAR.
Conspicuous Kins for Out of Door
Arc More Numerous than In the
Fall Medium and Larue Plaid Are
New York correspondence!
i a u t u n in
L J. street nttlro are lu
rtS M crcn9'"K '" variety,
mg f& ""ii tho newer type
HP I nro 1cm severe than
9 . I tlie.estnlilUhed ones
J nro. Skirts that
just touch or that
are n little off tho
ground nro made
ntul trimmed as a
reception g o w n
would he. They
are of rough cloths,
velveteens nnd cor
duroys, and have
either blonso jacket
or fnncy coat of
some variety. A
few show the three
quarter cunt style.
The skirts aro
plentcd, tucked nnd trimmed, made with
Bevernl gores or with attached flounce,
with lines of hrnld or strnps on every
senm, or show nnrrow hnnds of velvet
nnd rows of stitching. The blouse cont,
double breasted and mnde so It can bo
s -yv XjfA
MIDWINi'ak STHHKT ATTIUH.
wont open to show elaborate reVers,
braided, embroidered or faced with fur
is plentiful and stylish. Itodlces with
jacket fronts nnd postilion backs trimmed
with heavy lnce, folds of sntln, brocaded
wnlstcoat nnd fur nro worn with all
lengths of skirts. Velvet, sntln nnd cloth
are the mntetinls.
All winter Indorsement has not been
Inciting for conspicuous street rigs, but
now these striking suits seem far more
numerous than they were In fall. Ited
suits hnvo taken on n new nssertlveness
either In the shade, tho wenve or in the
trimmings. The gown sketched In tho
first picture, for Instance, would be con
sidered loud were It not so stylish. It
wns deep red corduroy trimmed with
white cloth, gilt braid and hnndsomo but-
AI-TIJItNOOX AND KVK.NINO DltK.SH UI'S.
Kven newer than the attempts to
tun observe with reds is the employ
ment of medium and Inrso liluliU. Tlieao
usualljr aro zlhellno or camel's hair, and
gowns of tlifHu falirlva run much to dou.
ble und triple sklrtu, to the blun KpanfMh
do unco and to Itulan bloiiae and eton
jackets. A typical Kown appeara in thu
next Illustration. This was zlbellno In
red, green, black and yellow, with black
velvet for trimming and piping. Theau
plaids as well as plaid silks aro being
used a good deal, too, for the shirt waists
of tailor suits. lllack velvet was the ma
terial of tho next pictured dress. Per
sian passementerie was its trimming. The
mating is a frequent nnd haudsome one,
Long and three-quarter coats still hold,
and semi-fitting ones are the more popu
lar. Loose fitting coats with deep caps
and draped fronts, Usually fur trimmed,
are worn now and then. Cloth nnd vel
vet are the materials, although n few nre
seen of heavy black satin, trimmed with
fur or fnncy passementerie. Sketched
here Is n tan melton coat trimmed with
Iliisslnn snble. Short, loose coats nre
seen now nnd then, but nre neither gener
ally worn nor liked by many.
Blnck nnd white continue to be a much
favored combination for afternoon and
evening. For the latter, moussellne do
sole makes nn excellent foundation. An
illustrative model wns white moussellne
with black eluny lnce nppllqued In square
medallions. These were outlined nnd
slightly sprinkled with silver sequins.
For afternoon, white broadcloth, cordu
roy nnd panne velvet, with black lace or
velvet, makes very hnndsomc costumes.
A white cloth gown finished with stitched
bonds of blnck cloth Is shown nt tho left
in the next picture, Mack cloth and
velvet gowns elaborately trimmed with
white lace nnd sliver sequins nro very
dressy. The next pictured dress wns
blnck cloth trimmed with black velvet
aud blnck and white lnce.
Lnce dresses hnvo been restored to fa
vor, and In blnck nnd are especially styl
ish. Shown here Is n blnck net over
white silk, with bright green sntln rib
bon, green velvet nnd crenm lnce nich
ing for trimming, Besides dresses en
tirely composed of lnce nnd put over
sntln, silk or chiffon foundations, thero
nre nil manner of combinations of lacu
nnd embroidery, while any ilouncc or
piece of lnce may be utilized with good
effect ou evening dresses of satlu or bro
cade. In nny color scheme, tho lnce nrrnnge
men Is of dress-tips nre complicated aud
Showy. Delicate, Inconspicuous traceries
nnrof ftttle vnlne. Tho schemo must bo
such that the trimming will impress
either by Its amount and richness, or by
tho color contrnst it affords. The lower
two gowns of this picture show stylish
lnce trimmings of a kind thnt nbounils
with expensive dressers, Tho right-hand
lnce was cream Irish crochet, was on
pink silk crepu de chine and wns nn un
usual arrangement for n princess gown.
The princess cut, by tho way, is much
in favor for long-trained gowns, lie
uenth Is worn n taffeta petticoat stippdrt
for the trnln. The foundation skirt Is
kept in place by two clastic drawing
strings run In the casings. Thero is a
rcvlvnl of old-fashioned dnmnsk or bro
cade for these wenlng gowns,
Of all transparent fabrics, silk mull
is not only stylish for evening gowns, but
Is moro durable than many of the per
ishable stuffs of which the market is full.
These, weaves ore beautiful when trim
med with different colored ribbons. Hatln
ribbon Is a very pretty finish when com
bined with flowers. Shoulder straps form
a special feature, and ure made of rib
bons, feathers, (lowers und sometimes
bunds of oriental embroidery.
"Oh, my" exclaimed the cook, " 'tis
consumption tho master Iiiih, no less."
"How do yo know'" Inquired tho
"Kalth, 01 Jlst heard the docthor tell.
In' tho mlsHUB that his lungs Is normal,
an that's jomethln' turrlble, 01 know."
TAGOMA, WASH, ADVERTISING.
THE GERMAN IIAKERY AND COFFEE
Frrh Dread and Cakes dally. Ornamental
Cakes a specialty. Only the best and purest
matetlal used In our Bakery. Bread delivered
freo toauy part of tho city. Telephone Park
7Bl. :H7 Pacific AU'iiue.Tacoma, Washington.
ROTHSCHILD & CO.
Port Townsend, Washington.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Custom House Brokers and Stevedores.
Established 1858. Branch offices Tacoma and
KENTUCKY LIQUOR CO.
Peter Sandbcrg, Proprietor.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Polo agent fur Guinea' Stout and Bas' Ale,
(Read pro. Bottling). Established 1KSI. Tele
phone Main 6tni. 1140 Paclllo Avetiuo; 1134
Commerce St. Tacoma, Washington.
Pry Bruhn & Co.
1316 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, Wash.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Meats furnished for Hall roads
and Steamboat Lines.
TACOMA CARRIAGE and BAGGAGE
Ofllco 101 Tenth St., Southeast comer of A.
Hacks, Coupes, Carriages, Baggage Wagons
At All Hours.
Passengers and tlaggage transferred from
residences and hotel; to and from all boats and
trains. Hand youreliecks for baggage to our
messengers, who will meet you on all lncnm
lllir trains and boats. First class Lherv. Onen
all night. All rig marked "T. C. & if. T. Co."
Grand Central Hotel.
W. W. HARMON, Lessee alii Mgr.
Headquarters for Lumbermen
Miners and Tourists.
First class bar In connection.
1211-1213 Pacldo Avenue. TACOMA, Wash-
Tacoma Trunk Factory.
"-inks, Traveling Bags, Stilt Cases and
730 Pacific Ave.
HUNT & MOTTET CO.
MILL AND LOGGERS' SUPPLIES.
I50I-I503-IG05 Pacific Avenue
GARMENT MANUFACTURING CO.
OOO Commerce- Street
Custom Shirts nnd PantB, Aprons, Ktc.
Ladles' Kliirt Waists and Skirts
Mall Orders Promptly Attended To.
PORTLAND UMBRELLA WORKS
K. ANDERSON, Proprietor.
Umbrellas and Parasols
Madu to Order, Recovered and
Repaired. Canes Repaired.
190 Third St., Bet. Yamhill and Taylor.
Plione lllack 061 POlllaild, OfBgOll.
W. C. HOLMAN.
Wagons, Buggies, Etc,
210, 212, 214 Fiont Street. Cor. Salmon,
Pendleton Roller Mills
Daily Capacity 800 Barrels;
Blue Itibhon and Dyers' Beit Floor,
Bran and Hliorts.
Rolled Barley always on Hand,
LEADING BUSINESS FIRMS OP
W B. BOWMAN
PHOTOGRAPHIC AND LANDSCAPE ARTIST
Views of All Description
Specialty, Kodak Developing and Finishing
Main St., Near Bridge,
mllE ST. LOUIS
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
A specialty of l'lrst-elas Turn-outs ami Con.
eyanees for Commercial Mm ui.d
the general public
Remodeled and lmprocd
,it WOODS A SPARROW, Proprietors
Phone 101. La Grande, Oregon
Everything that b kept in a
modern and up-to-date dtug
(tore. Prescriptions and
Family Recipes put up by
competent men, from pure
A. C, KOEPPEN & BR0
J 15 Court Street., Pendleton, Oregoa.
THE MINT SALOON
47. L. MEULQUIMT, Prop.
BEST BRANIW OF WINES
Corner Dopot Blreot and
Jefferson Avenue, LA GRANDE, OK.
OF EASTERN OREOON IS
..M. A. RADER..
Funeral Director and Embalmer
mOOUS t HARDEHBROOK, Profs:
Iron Founders and Machinists
General Repair Work Our
Architectural Iron Work
...and Bridge Castings
WltlTK KUH KSTIMATKH.
Dalles Laundry Go.
at Short Notice
Gentlemen's Work a Specialty
I.oeul l'liono :M1 Long Dlitanoa 003
THE DALLES, OREGON
A FULL LINE OF
Lighting: of Building
Stores and Residences
arc and incandescent. Elec
tric Power for Elevators,
Pumps and all Kinds of
Portland General Electric Co.
SEVENTH ANO ALDER STREETS.
Both 'Phonrs 335.
Superior in Style
In Goodnough Buildine.
407 South J Street
MICHAEL J, BJORN & LOUIS J. BJOBH