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About The new age. (Portland, Or.) 1896-1905 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1905)
TUB HEW AGE, POBTLAKD. OBEGON.
THE NEW AGE
Established 1(90 A. I). Orinin, Manager
TIT 7..,- i u. . u t. i t . i
Office, UUBecontl St., cor. 'Ann, Kooms 1 mid
2, Portland; Oregon.
To Innuro publication nit local new mint
reach ui not later than Thursday morning o(
Hubicrlptlon prlco, one year, payable in ad-
nnriTi aim mniin I
"UK I LAND LUOALo I
Mr. Smart Is in tho city this week
Mr. Clarenco Banks is in tho city
Mrs. Hancock returned
from her homo In Texas.
Mr. Wnrd Is ngaln in the city after
being ill in St. Paul .for somo time.
Mrs. Jones Is In tho city from New
Orleans, and Is stopping at Mrs. Ash
ley's. Mrs. Mordy returned this week
from tho hospital whero sho had a
vory serious oporatlon performed.
Mrs. Newsomc, an old pioneer of
Portland, died Sunday morning, at
her homo and was buried Tuesday
from tho Bethel church.
Mrs. Freeman dlod Saturday morn
ing at tho hospital. Sho was burled
Monday aftornoon from tho Bethel
church. Wo extend sympathy to the
"Hit the Trail" at tho Lewis nnd
Clark Exposition, opening in Port
land, Juno 1.
All exhibits tor California's parti
cipation in tho Lewis and Clark Expo
Hltlon wore shipped from that state
. Foundations aro bolng laid for an
annex to tho Admlnstratlon building
and for tho postoffico nnd cxprcrm of
flco at tho Lewis and Clark Exposition.
Elaborate clustors of electric lights,
representing the final touches to tho
Bridge of Nntlons at tho Lewis and
Clark Exposition, nro now being plac
ed in position.
A largo tower Is being erected over
Guild's lake at tho Lewis and Clark
Exposition. Upon this will bo placed
a searchlight, tho rays of which will
bo cast about tho grounds at night and
greatly enhanco the lighting features
of tho centennial.
Tho famous Boston-Montana band of
35 pieces, composed entirely of under
ground miners from Butte, Mont, will
attend tho Lewis and Clark Exposi
tion. Tho band was organised twenty
years ago and ranks with tho bent mu
ulcal organisations of tho country.
Two men who will participate In the
rock-drilling contests at tho Lewis and
Clark Exposition enjoy envlablo rec
ords. In fifteen minutes this team
drilled through 37 inches of bard,
tough granite. Tho men aro husky
minora from the Oallce district in
Tho Itinerary of the Mlsslourl Val
ley Medical excursion to tho American
Modlcal Association convention In
Portland, during tho Lewis and Clark
Exposition, has been decided upon,
A wcok will bo spont in tho Yellow
Btono National Park and two days In
Seattlo and Tacoma.
A featuro of tho Oriental displays at
tho Lewis and Clark Exposition will
bo a largo sandalwood templo, which
wbb in tho East India building at the
St. Louis Exposition and attracted
much attention. Tho building has
boon shipped and will bo erected at
tho centennial within another week.
Lewlston, Mont., April 16, 1905.
Mrs. True has. been sick with la
grippo lost week, but Is on tho mend
Mrs. White, from Hunters Hot
Springs, was shopping In the city last
Mrs, Lotta Nicholson, writes that
she would leave Lincoln Monday for
Omaha, with her mother, Mrs, Wil
son. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Davis of Billings,
were visiting In the city last week and
were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Snow has ben falling hero for a day,
which puts a smllo on the ranchers'
faces, for a dry spring means no crops
for thorn In tho fall.
I TACOMA NOTES
Mrs. Clark Is on tho sick list.
Mrs. Jones is on tho sick list
Mrs. Horton Is on the sick list.
Miss Estella Hall is on the sick list.
The Ladies' Aid will meet at Mrs.
Doage's next week.
Mrs. Jones expects to make a flying
trip to Everett Saturday.
MIsb Greggery, of Seattle, was vis
iting Miss Blanche Rucker last week.
Miss Mablo Walker expects to make
a flying trip to Seattle Easter Sunday.
Tho Odd Fellows gave their grand
Oregon Importing Company
Telephone Main 380 195 Third Street
THE BIG FAMILY LIQUOR STORE
$1.00 for a biff, full quart of Eight-Year-Old O. I. C, Bourbon or
T? 7 -nt (nr a Wtv. full auart of Old Kentucky Reierve. Im
ported and Domestic Gins, High Grade
ball April 12th. It was largely attend
ed; the Seattle people came over en
I The Beattlo Orchestra Is going to
Blve a grand ball April 20th. It Is
, , .,,., , ii- i,.. .
going to bo attended largely by the
Miss Ella Sledgo and Miss Myrtle
Hall gave n surprise party April 14th
In honor of Miss Estella Hall, which
was her 17th birthday. Those present
were: Miss Dlancho Ruckcr, Georgia
Wilson, Wortha Qoldsberg, Carrlo
Chrlstman, Dolly Dlancho, Mablo Wal
kor. Mablo Doage, and Oreggery;
Messrs. Bruce. Davis, Ruckcr, Gibson,
Harris, uenncit, vance, uopianu, anu
JohnBon. Tho evening was pleasant
OUR CHICAGO LETTER
Chicago, Ills., April 14, 1905.
Mr. John Samuols waB elected presi
dent of tho Chicago Club last week.
Mrs. Sarah Goodo, a prominent col
ored lady o fthlB city, died last week.
Rev. John F. Thomas Is one of the
prominent colored ministers of this
Mrs. S. J. Gray of 224 West Fourth
street, has been very Blck, but is now
Thero is somo talk that Mr. J. Al
llson Sweeney will soon start a new
wcokly paper In this city.
Thero is some talk of getting up
a new band among the colored pcoplo
of'Chlcago. Professor Hall Is becom
ing a thing of tho past.
Lnwyor E. H. Morris went to Now
York City on legal business. Mr. Mor
ris Ib not only a great lawyer but ono
of tho most prominent colored men In
'St. Johns Grand Chapter of the Or
der of Eastern Star of tho stato of Il
linois will meet In annual session on
tho first Monday In Juno at 3C3C Cot
tago Grovo avenue.
Mr. Wllllom Mitchell tins been ap
pointed chief engineer nt ono of tho
largo buildings In this city. He Is a
colored mnn and a prominent MnHon
and leading .man of his race.
Mecca court of tho Daughters of
Sphinx will .meet In their new hall
horenftor nt 3245 Stato street. This
court Is ono of tho prosperous and
flourishing femalo organizations In tho
city among tho colored pcoplo.
Tho National Council of Colored Wo
men's Clubs will meet In Chicago on
tho fl rot, Monday In Mny. This na
tional organization was instituted
over flvo years ago, and It Is doing a
great and much needed work among
tho colored pcoplo In various sections
of the coutnry.
Sergoant George 8. Thompson, who
was lately promoted to second lieu
tenant In tho regular army of the Unit
ed States, was in tho city last week
on a visit to his sister. The colored
pcoplo of Chicago gava him a royal
welcome. Sergeant Thompson Is a
bravo soldier' and has won several
medala for bravory In tho war. Ho has
boon In tho United States army for
twenty years, and has a splendid rec
ord. President Roosovelt Is to bo con
gratulated for promoting him to a lieu
tenacy In tho army.
Mr. F. Webster Brown of 1814
Dearborn street, has been elected a
delegate to attond the great fraternal
congress of colored organizations that
will meet In Washington, D. C. Sep
tember 21st. 1905. Thero will probab
ly be twenty colored delegates from
the state of Illinois. Each national
organization Is ontltlcd to flvo dele
gates, nnd each stato organization Js
entitled to threo delegates, nnd ench
local organization Is entitled to ono
dologato In tho congress. Many Im
portant subjects will bo discussed
thero which will bo of vltnl Interest to
tho organizations among Its colored
Always art for th famous Gknml
Arthur elgar. Esberg-Ounst Cigar
O., general genU. Portland, Or.
The Butler, leading restaurant, con
fectionery and bakery, manufacturers
of ico cream, D. J. Byrne, proprietor,
formerly Rath & Sandys' restaurant,
iir, Fimt Rtrcct. telephone Main 235.
Private family roomB, 228 Alder street,
tolephono Malu 1276t Portland, Ore.
Great Western Coal Company are
putting out a flrst-claBS washed Boot
less coal for 15 per ton delivered.
Their washed lump coal for $6 deliv
ered Is tho cheapest fuel on this mar
ket. They guarantee all their coals to
bo freo from rock, slate and screen
ings. Full weights guaranteed. Give
them a trial ordor. Phone Main 948.
THE PIONEER PAINT COMPANY.
Tlie p i a
necr paint es
tablish m o n t
of Portland le
that of F. E.
135 First St.,
and most re
of Its kind In
the Northwest. It carries an immense
stock of the best things In paints and
building materials, together with an
unusual list of specialties. Those who
need anything In these lines can cer
talnly profit by going to F. E. Beach
& Company. Remember the number,
135 First street.
Liquors at Working Men's prices, I
JACQUES ft VIAENE.
Grocory and falmly liquor store, cor-
ner Savler and Seventeenth Btreets.
A new fresh stock of groceries and a
flno lino of wines and Houors. Tel
ephone 5324, Portland, Oregon.
'Rnh for tho Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul Railway. It has advanced, at
ono leap, fifty years to tho lead, by
putting on observation cars which
have compartments for women.
Ordinarily a woman Is pretty much
of an intruder In an observation car,
when sho has tho nerve to fight her
way through tho tobacco Bmoko and
timidly pick o'ut a scat which Isn't oc
cupied by tho feet of somo Imperial
Thorc Is no doubt about It, tho most
effective answer to tho man who
clalniB America to bo a paradise for
chivalry would bo to dress him up as
a woman and make him spend two
dnyB in an American rnllway coach.
Tho custom of providing 10x10 com
partments for men to smoke in nnd
4x4 closets for women to dress In,
threo nt a tlmo, Is a regular alrbrako
on tho progress of civilization.
Tho Chicago, Mllwaukeo & St. Paul
Railway ought to bo given n modal.
Nonparlcl, Council Bluffs, la., Decern
bcr 9, 1904.
IF YOU ARE NOT PARTICULAR
don't travel over tho Illinois Central,
ns nny old road will do you and wo
don't want your patronage; but if you
aro particular and want tho best and
mean to have It, ask tho ticket agent
to rbu to you via the Illinois Central,
the road that runs through solid ves
tlbulo trains betwoen St. Paul, Oma
lia, Chicago, St. Louts, Memphis and
No additional charge Ib .made for n
scat In our reclining chnlr cars which
are fitted with lavatories and smoking
roomB, nnd havo a portor In attend
ance. Rates via tho Illinois Central arc
tho lowest and wo will be glad to
quoto thorn In connection with any
B. H. TRUMBULL,
Commercial Agent, 142 Third Street,
J. C. LINDSEY,
T. F,. nnd P. A., 142 Third Street,
PAUL B. THOMPSON,
Frt. and Pass. Agent, Colman Bldg.,
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stato of
Oregon, for Multnomah County.
Qcorgo McGownn, Plaintiff,
Dr. C. Bllllngton, nnd. Mrs. C.
Bllllngton, hlB wife, Mrs. J.
H. Palmer, C. P. Stuyton,
nnd E. S. Womer, Defendants.
To Dr. C. Bllllngton nnd Mrs. C.
Bllllngton, two of tho abovo named
In tho name of tho Stato of Oregon,
you and each of you nro hereby re
quired to appear and nnswer tho com
plaint filed In tho above entitled causo,
on or before the 8th day of April, 1005,
and In default thereof, tho plaintiff
will tnko judgment ngalnst you and
each of you, for tho sum of 1243.30,
with Intorost thereon, at tho rato of
8 nor cent, ner annum, from tho 0th
day of October, 1904, until paid, and
tho further sum of 17C.00, as attor
ney's foes, together with tho costs nnd
disbursements of this nctlon.
This summons Is published onco n
weok for six bucccsbIvo weeks, by or
dor of tho Honornblo M. C. George,
Judgo of tho abovo entitled court,
duly mrulo and entered on tho 23d
dny of February, 1905. Tho dato of
tho first publication of this summons
If. the 24th day of February. 1905.
W. 8. HUFFORD,
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
OPPOStD TO OCCUPATION TAX
SPCNCCR H. COOPfR
Tor 23 Years a Tea Payer of Portland
ROBERT A. PRESTON
For Councilman First Ward
French Dyeing and Cleaning Works.
'All work dono at very mod reate prices,
Dyeing and cleaning of all kinds of
ladies' and gent's clothing. Morn
ing oloth dyed in 48 hours. J. l)e
leaui proprietor, 455 Glisan street.
The Bureau Saloon
Choicest Imported and Domentlc
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
First and Morrison Hti. 1'ortlatid, Oregon
OREGON PLATING WORKS
Gold, Sliver, Nickel, Bum and Copper Plating
Hardware and lewelcrs' Finishes duplicated.
rrrncn urruns:; uxlciuod silver: Oxidized
topper: Antique lira's; HrseUold; Uold Hkj
rutlihlng; Lacquering; (Hiding.
l'hone Main 2.H4.
491 Washington Street. Portland, Ore.
rmicU Urcxlng: Oxldlrcd Silver: Oxidized
W. O. ROWEN
For Councilman Second Ward
Primary Election May 6, 1905
GEO. P. LENT
CamlMato for Nmnlnatlnii for
('uiiiit'llinan.at-I.aiRu on the
rrltnary klecllon, May A, 1WV.
H. R. Albee
K ! -VbLH
sJMr:t ' iV'bbbbbm
KC,.'. ...fit .,., . y&l
the Republican Ticket at the
Mr. Cooper's Platform
I nm in favor of equal rinhtH in conform
ity with law and special privileges to nono.
Thin city should bo run on a thoroughly
IdiHiiicnH basis and thoxicciipatioii tax ord
imtiifo should bo at own repealed as pre
judicial to tho growth and wolfnro of tho
' For Nomination for
Primary Election, May 6
A Perfect Product
VIM F U O U R
Your Grocer Will Supply
You IF YOU INSIST
The Job8 Milling Co.
The Pacific Grain Company
Wholesale Dealers In
GRAIN AND FLOUR
Olllco, Thirteenth and Kearney Sis.
Portland Cloak S Suit Man'tj Go.
M. U. ZEITFUCHS
Tailors and Dressmakers
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Garments
Made to Order. Raincoats
m Washington Btrcct l'hone Main MJ4
It. V. KIHIIKIl
K. II. MIlXKIt
VIENNA MODEL BAKERY
.TOO Morrison M.
FISHER & MILLER, Props.
We Make the Original Pullman Bread
Choice Pastry and Fancy Cakes
Wedding Cakes a Specialty.
FREE DELIVERY. PHONE MAIN 1715
DON'T BE FAKED!
IK YOU 1.1 KK
"La IntegrWad" or
"El Sidelo" Cigars
HKKTHAT YOU (IKTTIIKM
All Pint Class Dealer Sell Them
without an Argument
ALLEN ft LEWIS, Distributors
Dimock S Pendleton Co.
Telephone White 701
101 Sicond in.
EQUITABLE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
240 &turlc Struct, PortliincJ, Orugon.
Your hiiftinciH Is to make money. Our buslm-H in to'nmko money
niuktt money. Havo up u little money for a rainy day to cither buy
you a homo or k into biiHliienH. Look Into our, compound Interest
plan. Securities Held by State Authorities over $3,000,000.00.
MS. E. HDD, Pm. THEO. I. WILCOX, V. Pris.
ON THE BEST TAMES Hi THE
Canned Fruits and Vegetables, Syrup, Spices, Coffee, Fish E'c. The reason it plain.
People who like good groceries arc never satisfied with any other brand after they try
them. Get MONOPOLE from your grocer. WADHAMS & KERR BPOS.
Wholesale Grocers and Dry Coffee Roasters. Portland, Oregon.
in mottled blue and gray, heavily
It is an attractive and strong piece of
ware and we cannot praise it too
No. 300 A, 3 in,, per doz., 65c
No, 30 J A, 4 i in., per doz., 75c
See our Hotel Catalogue for all your
Hotel, Cafe, Gub, Restaurant and
Dining Car Supplies.
BURLEY & COMPANY
U8-120 Wabash Avenue CHICAGO
618-6U Commercial lildg. l'ortland, Oregon
THE ESMOND HOTEL,
OHOAIt ANDKHBON, Manager
ltatcs: Kuroan Plan .
Mc, 75c, t.00, ll.fiO, $2.01) per ilajr
Froo litis to and from all Trains
Front and Morrison Blrcctn
JOHN P. SHARKEY CO.
Manufacturers nmt Jobbers of
Harness, Collars and Saddles
Saddlery, Hardware, Whip,
i Blanket, Robes and Pad
New England Undertaking Co.
Fltio (utipral Roods,
$23.00 (vatern tirlccx).
Kino ndnlt raskcts,
203 l'ost street, opposite postofllco
If You Want to Borrow Cheap
Money to Build a Home See
E. H. RAYMOND
Pacillo Coast Itcprcscntativu
The Standard Guaranty & Trust
Company, of Washington, D. C.
Phone Main 5017 10-17 I.altho Illdg.
2L'7J Washington St., Cor. Second
Columbia Ice & Fuel Co
Ice and Fuel Delivered
to Any Part of the Gty
Factory ami Ofllco
FOOT OF HARRISON STREET
l'honu Main 800
"A Whiskey Without a Repu
tation." Try It
El Kader Bourbon
Served at All First-Class Bars
This whlnkoy Is never uold until it in
fully matured liv ago, and Is n""nuitecd
to ho moro rclialilo nnd uniform in )jual
Ity than any other whlidcoy ollcred to
HEMIV FLKCKKNBTRIN A CO.
F. McKERCNER, Sic'y.
NORTHWEST YOU Will HtD
A NEW ONE
This is our latest Bean
Pot. It is made of
finest stone, decorated