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THE KJflW AWE, PORTLAND, OREGOIC.
THE NEW AGE
Established 1890 A. D. Oiimn Manager
Telephone, Main 7J7
Offloe,43 Second Bt., cor. Ash, Rooms J and 2
J.W.Duncan , Butte, Mont
(loo. A. Hayes Seattle, Wain
To Insur putlloatlon. ail local nw muat
rtMt ui uot rater than Thursday morning (
Subaoriptlon price, ona rear, payable is aV
Mr. B. Prltchard la at Tho Butler.
Mr. Curry, of Fargo, N. D., Is at
Hotel Do Kcblc.
Mrs. Seals, who undorwent an op
oration, Is Improving.
Mrs. M. Miller, who Is sick In tho
hospital, Is Improving.
Wo aro Borry to loam that tho
Smart Set have disbanded.
Mr. Leo Johnson was called homo
on account of his mothor's Borlous
Mr. Brown, ono of tho members of
the Smart Set, has gono South to vis
It his mothor.
Prof. Weir, of St. Paul, Minn., Is
In tho city tho guest of his sister, Mrs.
Mr. R. Lauralno has been confined
to tho houso for tho last weok with
a' sovcra sore throat.
Tho Paul Lawronco Dunbar Liter
ary Society met Wednesday evening
nt 55lon A. M. E. Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hill will ro
turn to the city tho first of the week.
Wo aro glad to wolcomo them back.
Mr Tjimnco nnd Mr. Charleston,
tho famous twins, were In tho city
this week looking as cheorrul as ovor,
Mr. Harris was In the city on the
27th en route to Seattle. Ho Is think
ing of going Into business In Portland.
' . . died Inst. Saturday. Mr. Hubbard, for
Mr. and Mrs. Mann havo moved to mnny years, was ono of tho eraployos
tholr now residence, whore they will of tho united States circuit court of
bo at homo to tholr friends after May nppcni8 0f Chicago, and was a prom-
tho 1st. lnont member of tho Grand Army of
". 7T".. i . . . tho Ropubllc.
Tho Housohold of Ruth entertained
last Wednesday ovenlng at whist In Mr. Gcorgo M. Patterson, of Batav-
tholr hall. Thoro was a largo crowd in. HI., was In tho city last weok on
In attendance business.
, , Lawyor John G. Jones sued John J.
Mr. nnd Mrs. N. Thnmpson, of gionrii tho superintendent of tho
Whntcom, Wash., Is at Tho Butler, i,0UB0 0f correction, last week for re-
on route to Pocatella, Idaho., whoro f,,HnB to nllow him to consult nnd to
they will rcsldo. BC0 Mr. John Coleman, n client of his.
. , A . . Mr. Jones recovered a Judgment of
Mr. Roborts H. Dalo, Into of Seat- ?l00 nnd costB agnlnat Mr. Sloan Uo-
tie. is in tho city and expects to mnko foro jU8tCo Wnltor O. Kraft. This
this his pormnnent homo. Ho Is tho w,n prouabiy teach Mr. Sloan a les-
guest of Tho Hawk. Bon tnat h0 wm not soon forgot nnd
. ,m . 7. i. i when practicing and roputablo law
A. D. Griffin is out of tho city mnk- of Cncngo cnn t0 B00 nnu- con.
ing his semiannual trip through Ida- slt wlu, tholr'clionta that they will
ho, Washington, Montana and Mlnno- not Rnn bo rofUBOa- admission to
sota, looking after his business In- do fl0i
terests. . ' ... , .
' Wo aro pleased to announco that
It is rumored around town that our no order nmong tho colored people of
peoplo are going to have a baby show. Chicago Is making tho rapid progress
Thoro being moro babies In Portland that Is now being mndo by tho Ancient
nt present than in tho History of Arabic Order of Dnughtors of Sphinx.
Portlnnd. Mrs. Maud Trlplot, Mrs. Clara Pow-
oil, Mrs. Martha Cranshnw, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Lynthecum cejo- Irono L. Androws, of Sahara Court,
bratcd tholr marrlngo anniversary Mrs. Mabel Harris, Mrs. Walkor,
last week. Thoso presont wero Mrs. Mrs. Grcon nnd Mrs. Emma Weaver,
K. Gray, Mrs. L. Lapsley, Mr. Curd of Oriental Court: Mrs. S. J. amy,
nnd Mr. Williams. Mrs. Hamilton, of Pnlostlno Court;
Mrs. McSpaddon, Mrs. Jackson, of
Hal Ha! Thero will bo a grand Mecca Court, aro tho promlnont nnd
candy pulling nnd cake-cutting nt leading lights of tho order In this
Mt. Olivet Baptist church, Tuosdny, city.
May 3, 1904. A solid gold ring will John j Buckncr n coj0red mnn
bo placed In tho cake. Admission wno wn onco ft momuor of tno iCR8.
frco. By the Silver Loaf Club. Cap- ,ntur0 of tho 8tato of Illlno,8 nt that
tain Mrs. O. Q. Lynthecon. tlmo ,md moro B00d luck tnnn 80nB0i
... . , . . , . for It seems that his position nt that
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, Into of Gal- trno 8WolIed hl8 noad B0 that ho
voston, Texas, nro thinking of re- th0UKUt ho wn8 a bjBgor man than
turning to their old homo. Not bo- 0overnor John n. Tnnnor. of tho
ing nblo to get a position, ho being 6tnto of minoig B0 that when Govor-
employed ns shipping clerk nt his n(Jr Tnnnor EOt nfter nttlo swell hoad-
former homo, his omployor having of- ed Bucknor n0 put Bucknor out of tho
fercd him his position back. Wo ro- rnco on tho Btart and burJed hm po.
gret to los tliora. illtlcally so doop that ho has nover
... , , o 1U been and will nover bo politically
Mt. Olivet Baptist church, Seventh ro8Urrectod. It Is much to bo ro-
and Everett 'streots, Sunday at 10:30. Ucd Umt o mnko Bomo peo-
ono accord In prayer, and at 11:00 , t ,ko ,dotB
a. m., covenant meeting for nil who
nro concerned. Other meetings as Dr. Charles E. Bontloy, tho presl-
the BIblo school nnd Young Peoplo dent of tho Equal Opportunity
havo their tlmo fixed. Como at 7:00 League, Is doing a great nnd splendid
p. m. Slstor Edwards will lead tho work for tho boneflt of his race of
round tablo nt tho close of tho Sun- peoplo In Chicago,
day cchool. At 8:00 p. m. worship! Rev Jordlin chavls, who Is Inspect-
g,55. yT,,8,HB,"gnLD1.C88?d . Bo l? in tho grain office, wont to Qulncy,
Tlo That Binds." Choir Blnglng. At j ,nBt weok on tt bUBnoss trip.
8:00 p. m. subject, "A Bruised Reed, ' ' ,
Shall Ho Not Break, and Smoking ' On last Tuosday ovenlng Sir Knight
Flap Shall Ho Not Quench." By the Abnor A. Hodges. 32d, was elected
Pastor, C, C X. Laws. i Eminent Commander of Westora Star
uommunuury oi ivniguiH luiujiiur, ui
F. D. HILL, POPULAR CANDIDATE. Chicago.
F. D. Hill, formerly assessor of The colored people aro asking and
Pierce county and ono of tho most making diligent Inquiry why Rev. A.
popular young republicans In this L. Murray, tho pastor of tho Bethol
part of tho stato, has announced his A. M. E. church, does not mako a re
candidacy for tho nomination of Port to' tho public about tho money
county treasurer on the republican that ho has collected In tho Max Wiley
ticket. Mr. Hill Is well and favorably murder case.
known to tho voters of Pierce county,
and if given the nomination will prove Furnished rooms from 10.00 up, at
a very popular candidate. Will Tur- Mrs. M. Keoble, 388 Everett Btreet.
nor, tho efficient and popular chief Telephono Main 2651.
deputy county assessor, wno nas
served In that capacity for nearly 15
years, two years of which was under
WHEN IN SEATTLE DON'T FORGET THE riuu uumyauy u obcdi ior panic-
Afro-Am. Boclal Club, 110 Seneca meet, rear
bldr. bet. Firtt and Second. H.T. Bailey, prea. GOD'S ART GALLERY OF THE
A. Uuncanwn, ec. and ta'g't. fhoat Main ROCKIES,
Edytb Tozler Weatherred says, in
Mr. S. A. Thorno left .for Hadley, ,0ent number of "Tne ExPsJ'
Alaska, on April 29. I ,.M. flrflt trfp hag recenUy becn
Rev. J. Bailey left for Chicago made over the world renowned Den
April 27 for the A. M. E. Conference, ver & Rio Grande Railroad. Any at-
Mrs. Susie Wilson left on the City a VoSlecKl! toseo
of Seattle for Ketchkan, Alaska f 'ISSIItod whll? SS
April i. gare on the grand, glorious, beautiful
Mr. J. Stafford and Mrs. Flowers, and sublime. 'God's Art Gallery of
of Spokane, are in the city in pursuit the Rockies" Is unsurpassed and fills
of health. I one's soul with more love for the Cre-
T i,0ii ,j mh Mahelle ator and 7" are a,so Impressed with
Mr. J. Pernall ,admM"'dMaa.be" the wonderful chlevements of man
Rldeout were QU."1"1 at tnoiwho made It possible for the traveler
bride's residence on April i. to enJoy 0 plcturesques of Ainer-
A reception was given by Miss tea."
Georgia Solby at the home of her If you contemplate a trip East,
parents in honor of Mrs. Geo. Ride-' write W. C. McBride. 124 Third street,
out on Friday, April 22, and a very Portland, Ore., for booklets picturing
rlcasant evening was spent. Mrs. Colorado's famous scenery, and what
Rldeout left the city Sunday, April ever information you may desire.
24, for Bollarla, Ohio,, where she will
caldo In tho futuro, to tho regrets of
lior many friends.
The T. H. Mission Society held a
union meeting on tho 22d of April nt
the A. M. E. church. A line program
was rendered.. Song by the society:
Everett; address by Rev. Collins, of
Invocation by Rev. Nlcolot, of Ever
ett ; address by Rov. Collins, of Tn
coma; Miss M. O. Walker and Mrs.
S. A. Clark, Mrs. Frank Dupro, of Ta
coma, with tho asslstnnco of local
talent .made the program a success.
Mrs. Ben Kelso Is very III.
Tho Ladles' Aid Society met at
Mrs. L. Clark's last week.
Tho Ladles' Aid aro preparing for
tlolr May fair next month.
Tho Ladles' Aid Society will meet
nt Mrs. Sledge's, 311 So. 34th
Mt. Brlgg, who has boon In this
city for several months, has left for
Wondor If Miss Tumor Is still sing
ing "Bill Bnllty won't you plcaso
Tho trustees gavo an entertainment
last Friday ovonlng for tho benefit of
Rov. Goo. Bally.
Mrs. N. Turner had a very bad no
cldont. She will bo confined to her
bed for sovernl days.
Mrs. Ira Horton gavo a concert nt
Parker's hall for tho benefit of the
Ollvo Baptist church.
Miss Walkor and mothor gavo a
concert nt Scnttlo last week for tho
benefit of Rov. Geo. Bally.
Tho marrlngo of Mr. Ed. Mooro and
Miss McCrno took placo nt tho par-
sonoKO of Rev. F. Duvlorson last
Wednesdny ovenlng at 7:30.
Thoro will bo a grand concert given
nt tho Germanlft Hall tho 9th of May,
1004. Given under tho management
of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Tnnnn. Don't
forget to got your tlckots
NEWS FROM THE GARDEN CITY,
Chicago, April 20, 1904.
Mr. Theodore Hubbard, nnd old nnd
highly respected, citizen of Chicago.
CHEAP SUNDAY RATES.
Between Portland and Willamette
Valley points. Low round-trip rates
have been placed in effect between
Portland and Willamette Valley
points In cither direction. Tickets
will be sold Saturdays and Sundays
and limited to return on or beforo the
following Monday, Call on Southern
tl..lal. St. .-.. i. LI -
'PRACTICAL" MAN HEARTLE8S.
Uele the Chop, Uemally, Who DnbeAil
ltonianco "Stuff nnd Nonsense."
It mny be posslblo to prcscrlbo for
another's stomach, but raroly indeed
Is It possible to prescribe for another's
heart Only the foolish ones, full of
negation, will endeavor to do so.
Your practical men let mo say
ngaln that I really do abominate html
generally has no heart, according to
his own showing. He calls romance,
ono of the most beautiful glories of a
rather sad and very puzzling world,
"all stuff and nonsense." If, in a
burst of confidence, very Ill-placed,
you venture to tell him that your
wholo life has been turned from gold
to gray by the death of ono you loved,
ho says: "Tako my tip. Sleep with
your window open, Jump out nt 0 Into
a cold tub, go for a brisk two miles
before breakfast, and you'll forget all
about It" Poor, silly, practical man.
Uo has about ns much knowledge of
the mysteries of human naturo as a
wax doll has of the fiscal question.
Let him cat his porridge, ply his dumb
bells, nnd hold, If he can, his tongue.
Ho talks of ono "nice girl" ns If sho
were exactly tho samo ns another nice
girl. And, no doubt, to him sho Is so.
He Is tho typo of person who replaces
a dead wife within the year.
Bomo years ngo I should havo been
tempted to declare that tho exact fe
rnnlo equivalent of tho practical mam
my anathema bo upon him I did not
exist. To-day I daro not go so far In
assertion. For to-day thero bo women
to mo they seem sexless as hockey
ticks or golf clubs who take very
much tho same line. Xhcy speak ns
if passion might be doused, llko the
burglnr's glim, by diet; ns If adoratloa
could bo killed by a hearty regimen,
n broken heart be mended with pins
mon. Ono such charmer recently said
to a tortured slBtcr, whoso llfo had
been laid In ruins, by a man: "My
dear, tako up typewriting!" The re
mark would appeal to the practical
It Is often assumed nowadays that
ny renl deep emotion Is "sheer senti
mentality." I onco stayed In n house
In Gcncvn with a German girl who
lmu come there for n month to learn
French. On tho day after her arrival
I found her In n flood of tears. "What
Is tho matter?" I asked. "Can I do
anything?" "No, no! Lcnvo mo!"
"But what Is It?" "I nm weeping "for
my fatherland." I confess that this
scemod to mo to bo sentlmcntnllty, a
pcrhnps natural feeling, fostered and
cherished nnd riotously Indulged until
It beenmo unworthy nnd silly. There
Is a grief that hugs Itself, numnn
nnturo should not piny a bear's part
But sentiment Is not sentlmcntnllty,
whntevcr tho practical, ono mny bellow
with machlnc-mndo eloquence. Thero
nro people, nnd often they aro tho very
finest, the most sincere, the moat dell,
catc, tho most truly human, who, hav
ing onco given their Iicnrts, can never
take them back. They do love onco,
nnd onco for nil. London Queen.
mo enamel of the teeth contains
over 05 per cent calcareous matter.
Straight hairs are nearly cylindrical;
curly hairs are elllpticnl or flat Tho
weight of the average man is 140
pounds; of a woman, 115 pounds. The
brain is supposed to contain over "00,
000,000 cells, In which thought works
Do geese "quack?" "No," says tho
obecrvunt critic, "geeso do not quack,
but they squack," It Is tho ducks
that quack, and tho story of the gooso
going about froni dny to dny with a
"quack, quack, qunck," Is declared to
bo without good foundation. Thero Is,
Indeed, qulto a difference in tho vo
cabulary of these feathered creatures.
But it requires a sharp ear to distin
guish tho difference.
Although man Is not well fitted by
nature to bo a swimmer, and Is ono of
tho few land creatures who cannot
swim without being taught, yet In
long-distance swimming he can give
points to any other land animal. Mon
tague Holbein, In September, 1800,
swam forty-six miles In twelve hours.
Even in the matter of fasting there
aro few warm-blooded creatures who
can emulate such a performanco as tho
forty days' fast of Tnnnor.
Man's memory is ono of the most
wondorful attributes. What Is possi
ble In this direction was proved a year
or two ago at Naples, when a professor
of rhetoric Arlllll by name repeated
from memory 15,350 Hues of Dante.
Uo began to recite at 8 o'clock in the
evening and went on till 2:15 tho next
afternoon. He was thus at work for
1,005 minutes, his rate being 830 lines
an hour. He only stopped for a mln
uto or two at long Intervals to sip a
little brandy and water.
Always ask for the famous General
Arthur cigar, Esberg-Gunst Cigar
Co., general agents, Portland, Or.
Whenever you think that tho cor
ner of Third and Couch streets Is a
doad ono Just drop Into tho Alcazar
and see what a little now llfo will do
for a place. W. W. Harmon, former
ly of Tacoma, has taken tho placo,
and as usual he Is making it go like
a three time winner.
F. E. BEACH & CO.,
The Pioneer Paint Company, make a
specialty of selling tho best things raado
in paints. House Paint, Floor Paint,
Barn Paint, Fence Paint and Roof Paint ;
Enamels, Varnishes, Colors, Stains,
Cementlco Kalfomine and general build
ing material. 135 First St., N. W. cor
Alder, Portland, Oregon.
BAH! t SIMPSON, Pro
N. 12th mini Marshall Sis.
$1.00 a Day and Up.
Rate on Application
Special Rates by the Vek or Month.
Pnoae Main 1459 Electric Lights
p E, CONN,
TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES
quality and l'rlco Guaranteed. Delivery to
I'hone. Union 6251. 40U Wllllamn Ave., Cor.
Hancock St., POHTLANU, OREGON.
J. liulllvant Jr., Prop.
STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES
TEA, COFFEE, IIUTTER AND E(IG8 A
Telophone, Main 243.
461-403 Jcflerion fit., N.W. Cor. Thirteenth
JUTANN1NO & LEE
STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES
Delivery to all parts of the city
Sit E. Woldler St. Fhone, Eaat 6C8
NOB HIUL, MARKET
SCHOLZ & KAKKITZ
Dtalera In all kinds ol
Fresh and Salt Meats, Hams,
Bacon, Lard and Sausage
of All Kinds
Tolcphono, Main 818
21st and Irving Bts. 1'ORTLAND, OREGON
CHAS. MILLER, Prop,
Dealer In All Kinds of
Fresh, Salted and Cured Meats
Fish, Poultry and Gomo
Free Dollvory to All Tarts of tho City
I'hone, East Iocs
342 Union Ave. PORTLAND, OR.
Emerprias Brewing Co.
Of San Francisco, Cal.
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS
HENRY MEI8TER, Ocn. Agt. for l'ortlan
Extra t'alo llofbrau Ilohcmlan and Export
Deer. Red Peal l'nrter. Free Dcllvory In all
l'arls of tho City. Jlcor Depot and Cold filorago
at l'ortland, Orrgon, 13th and Juhntou Bts.
PHONE MAIN 1933
W. I- McCabi,
E. B. Hamilton,
H'GABE & HAMILTON
,. STEVEDORES ..
Also Honolulu, H. L
Head Offlomt Tmoonta, Wamh.
Cable Addretst McCAllE
GRACIE, BEAZLEY tc CO., Agents
J 4 Water Street, Liverpool
Mass Meeting of Men at Llcbig
Hall Tonight and Every Night
Dr. Stoddard Speaks Subject "Man"
The life we are now living, no other. No
collection. Who should marry, who not, and
why. Movlnit I'lcturci. grand views, anatomy
of man and woman. Free, nil free
NOTIL'E-Htrlcltire, Varicocele, Gleet, loss
of vitality, unlltutsa for marrlare or work,
speedily cured by new methods X-UKht and
X-Vlolet and Red Ray, new way at half tho
price and half tho time. Homo trentment
guaranteed bv THE lilt. U1C1IK! HTAFF, only
real socialists for men.
FACTS FOR MEN'.
Attend tho lecture tonlrht. Learn of tho
upwexerpt methods of curing dlsvases of men
without doping, drugging or rnorcury, Uu
eiiualled sklltanddxperleuceof 27years. Boine
who run pages of faka advertising, whose aim
seems to be to make false promise, rarely euro.
The new methods are the latest from Euro
and only used by the Dr. Meblg Hlair. Hear
frco Illustrated lecture tonight bv Dr.Utoddard
himself, lA'arn and know thyself and be con
vinced! not for yourself alone but for your
posterity. It's your duty, Call or write.
THE DR. L.EBIG STAFF
74 Sixth St., cor. Oak St., near I'ostotllce
FROM HEAD TO FOOT
That a Man or Boy Wears
Goods That You've Heard About
GORDON and STETSON HATS
DUTCHESS and PARAGON TROUSERS
DICKSON BROS. CO.
1120-22 Pacific Ave.
3 ,4T I J
IIS Howard Street.
1'hono Main 69.
TJNITED STATES LAUNDRY
W. H. Hazzard, Manager. High-grade hand
work a specialty. Corner Crand avenue and
East tialmon street. A request by mail or
phone East C3 Is all that Is necessary.
ORDERS FROMITLY FILLED. FAMILY
TRADE MY BI'HCIALTY.
FULL MEASURE HOUSE
108 SIXTH STREET
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
W. A. MILLEP
All Kinds of Bread at Wholesale
and Retail Prices. Free Dallvc-y.
PHONE SCOTT 3802
315 Holliduy Ave. Portland, Ore.
C. O. I'ICK, I'rop. All Work Guaranteed
C. O. PICK
Transfer and Storage Co.
Bates, I'lanos and Furniture
moved, stored or packed for
shipping. Flra-proDt brick
warehouse, Front and Clay,
Express and baggage hauled.
Of fie; Beth Pfiettmm MBB, BtmUm
130 Fifth Street
II Monogram and III Gyrus JNoble
A Resort for GoniSomen.
'Phone OretfonMaln 1108; Cc'.umbta4D7
131 FOURTH STREET
Bmt. Alttmrmna Wmmhlnatmn Mtm.
Commissions Received on all Eastern
and California Races.
Direct Wire on all Sporting Events
Phono Main 1414
Tull A Gihbm
Muoommmorm H. O. BREVE OO.
Second & Morrison Straits
We Have What You Need
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Portland, Oregon. 1
John 8. (limbic, 1'roprlctor. 2.17 Riverside
Ave. Furnished rooms, bar and billiard room ,
In connection. HoUl phono .Main 1121,
Wlms, Liquors and Cigars,
R. E. Mlsnor, proprietor. 211 Alder street,
between 2nd and 3rd. 1'hono Main 28M. Pri
The Old Corner
J. A. COLFELT, Prop.
Fine Wines, Liquors sad Cigars
I'hono, Hood 855
Cor. Fourteenth and Oltsan Sts,
SHAVER TRANSPORTATION CO.
STEAMER GEO. W. SHAVER,
Will leave Portland, foot ol Washington Ht.,
Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday evening nt S
o'clock, for l-auvlos Island, M. Helens, Caples,
I'vi-r iiinuu. iiinriins, Mimma, recr uiiy,
llanlcr, Mt. C'onin, Maygcr, Htella, Oak Point,
rrrcmaiis, MBuiauino.uiaiSKanie ana an
WE HAVE THE TRADE
LA INTEORIDAD "
" EL SIDELO " Qood
ALLEN & LEWIS, Distributors,
AULJBIN & LEWIS.
Shipping: & Commission Merchants
To savo tlmo address all communications to the company.
Nos. 46 to 84 Front St. North, PORTLAND, ORBOON.
St. Paul & Tacoma
Wholesale Hardware, Ship Chandlery, and General Supply
Store for Contractors.
Agents for Roebling's Wire Cable and Judson Dynamite &
Sf. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. Tacoma, Wash.
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&y Mi I
e9T !3l" i aaaaaaaaaVn Haw Bmt
j!gaw says kassaH
THAT YOU CAN DRINK lOOM ' I
IF YOU TESNT TO - IW$rJ
jEJsrocrGor said u BfiSI
pjRnao- jjPjlO iHII I
I rXUfU VSEATTLEBREWINGl I
I VT151?n MALTING CO.
MmmW sJ DEER. SEATTLE, WASH. UJK.
Brings comfort and cheer
fulness during the long win
ter nights. Enjoy a few
comforts while you are alive
for you are a long time dead
Portland General Electric Co.
lirewcrs and llottlera of
Hop Gold Beer
East Third and Burnsidc Sts., Port
IMPERIAL DRUG CO.
64 North Sixth St.
Between Davis and Everett
FREE PHONE Main 1997
t - - i - - -
THE EDWARD HOLMIN
Funeral Elrectors & Embalmers
Modern Ambulances Lady Assistant
220-222 Third St., cor. Salmon
ON FINE CIGARS. WHY?
"HENRY THE FOURTH "
IN YOUR HOME
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