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THE NEW AGE, POBTLAND, OREGON.
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THE NEW AGE
Established 1890 A. 1), drlflln, Mntuigor
Oflloo, 3U Pccond 8t., cor. Anh, Rooms 1 and
2, l'ortUnd, Oregon.
To Irrniro publication nil lncnl news intuit
revch tn not lator than Tluirndny morning n(
Hubscrlntlon prlco, ono year, tmynblo In nd
S. A. Arata, the well-known business
man, is a candldnto for the offlco of
councilman from tho Third ward, on
tho republican ticket, subject of
courso to primaries to bo held on May
6th. Mr. Arata Is a very poplnr man
and will be nominated.
Mr. A. O. IluBhllght, who Is a can
tlldato for tho republican nomination
nH councilman from tho Seventh ward,
Is ono of tho most ardent workers In
tho republican pnrty In this very Im
portant nnd largo ward. Ha has a
largo number of friends who will sco
to it that ho Is Bclcctcd at tho primar
ies on May Gth.
Mr. Robert E. Monofcc, tho well
known real cstnto dealer of Albino, Is
u candldnto for tho republican nomin
ation for councilman from the Ninth
wnrd. Mr. Mcncfco is a very popular
man In that section of tho city nnd
thoro In little doubt of his election
on primary day.
W. Q. Howcn, tho poulnr candldnto
for tho republican nomination for
councilman from tho Second ward,
stands nn excellent chance to capture
tho plum. Mr. Rowcn Is nn nrdent re
publican nnd deserves tho support of
tho party for this ofllco. Don't forgot
him at tho primaries.
Geo. M. Hyland, tho well known and
uggrosslvo business man has come out
for tho republican nomination for tho
offlco of councilman at largo. Mr, Hy
land Is a very popular man and has
boon foremost In a numbor of public
ttplrltcd enterprises. HIb candidacy
hns much to commend itself to tho vot
ers and thoro seems littlo doubt that
ho will bo nominated at tho primaries.
Mr. H. A. Holding, who served his
Minl in the city council from 18!'8 to
1900, Is a candldnto for tho republi
can nomination for tho offlco of coun
cilman In the Sixth wnrd this year,
and from tho number nnd character of
IiIb suporters thoro la littlo doubt of
his success on tho day of tho prlmnr-
Iob, May 6th. Mr. lidding Is a very
worthy and poulnr citizen nnd deserv
es woll at tho hands of tho pcoplo of
his wnrd, whom ho served so faithfully
during his Incumbency of tho offlco
from 1898 to 1900. Don't forget H. A.
Holding on May 6th.
Popular Candidate for Municipal
Otto J. Kramer, who sorved tho peo
plo of Portland two terms as justlco
of tho peaco to tho satisfaction of nil,
has nnounced hlB candidacy for the
republican nomination for municipal
Judgo Kramer is a .man eminently
qualified to 11J1 this Important position
and that ho will bo elected goes with
out saying. Voto for him.
HIT OR MISS.
Only a .month till tho big fair opens.
Occasionally the bookies get fooled.
Sharkoy Is a strong man.
Now Mr. Heney must prove It.
Soachrest seems sure to succeed.
Mr. Cooper Is also a good business
Oregon Importing Company
Telephone Main 380 195 Third Street
THE BIG FAMILY LIQUOR STORE
$1 00 for a biir. foil quart of Eight-Year-Oli O. I. C, Bourbon or
..,- t , . j ii . f t nu V.t..rr,r R,rv lm
Rye. 75 cents for a big:, full quart of Old Kentucky Kerve. lm-
ported and Domestic Gins, High Grade Liquors at Working-Men's prices,
How many men will run indepen
are turning Into the
Tho business men evidently mean
week in June will bo a
If you want an open town you know
how to get it,
Ono moro wek to innko voters be
llcvo you arc tho best man.
A big ofllcial stick may be better
than a personal campaign club.
At least everybody knows that Fred
Morrill is a candltdate. Ho does not
believe in hiding his light under a
bushel, or under tho sent of an nuto
mobile For tho Bocond time Mr. Dovlln will
apparently havo no opposition for tho
very Importnnt offlco of city auditor.
Tho people know they could not get n
it is iruo that Mr. J, E. Wcrlcln Iibb
been city treasurer for two terms, and
. ... . .
uu uus muuu such u goon ono inai mo
voters mean to keep him In that placo
for another term.
Tho Sundny closing of saloons Is
becoming a live question In many
cities, nnd mny be so hero beforo long,
but It "cant bo did" without great dif
at least not till after tho fair,
. in I nrn c Z
PORTLAND LOCALS ll
mm?a9(wmm&a"1''1 '" tlI? pJ,ty. nn'1 lB nl tho ,lomo
Mr. Frank Lolth of No. 351 Taylor
street. Portland, would llko to know
tho whorcabouta of Gcorgo Allon. It
Ib vnrv Imnortnnf thnt Allon onmmnnl.
cnto with Mr. Lolth, ns ho has nomo
thing of Interests to tell him.
Mt. Olivet Baptist church, Seventh
and Everett streets. Sundny pronch-
Ing by tho pastor, Rov. C. C. X. Lnws.
At n A. M. Hiihiort mv ir.i nn.i
My God." At 8 P. M., subject, Hut or T- Wnshlngton club, it was n sue
With tho Precious Dlootl of Christ." , CCH8 "clnlly and llnanclally.
Tho Rastor rally for tho building fund. Tho Wonmn'fl Progressive club met
$77.50. Tho Willing Workers will Inst Thursday with Miss Julln Stow
moot at tho church noxt Tuesday ov- nrd. Tho noxt meeting will bo with
en'ng. . Mrs. 13. Minor In Donnlson Court.
m. . .. 77" ... ..
Tho Iloston Herald will send a largo
party of Now England tenchcrH to tho .
Lewis and Clark exposition.
Workmen nro now building tho main
ontrnrco gates to tho Lewis nnd Clnrk
exposition. Thoro will lib twontv turn
stiles for ontranco, with a number of
ox It gates,
OfllclalB of tho War Department nnd
tho Interior Department havo arrived
from Washington and nro hard at
work Installing tho oxhlblta of thoso
oxeeutlvo branches of tho government i
at tho Lewis and Clark exposition,
wiutun miiiiiiK llini' in will l.uw-
Is nnd Clark exposition will show ns-
Oregon's mining display at tho Low
tonisningiy ricn deposits of gold. All
ver and coppor, with specimens of
fold from very Tlch now discoveries
that run as high ns $20,000 to tho ton.
The Fair Jnpan concession building
on thb Trail la now In courso of con
struction. It will bo finished, tho con.
cesslonalro savs, a week beforo tho
opening day. This la to bo ono of tho
most Interesting features of tho Trail,
Tho Enstor dress parado at tho Low
Ih nnd Clark opposition was gorceos.
Many thousands of pcoplo entero-l tho
exposition gates, tho day being delMiN
fully bright nnd bnlmy. Evorvbody
was astonished at tho rapid progress
of tho work of finishing tho exposi
tion. Mnc'eny's Canyon, n wonderful Fcon
le park lending up Into the mountn'ns
from tho Lewis and Clnrk exposition
grnunda. promisee to attract thoun
amis of peoplo who will vlfilt Portland
this summer. The park la Btlll In Its
prlmovnl Btnte. except for wlndlnR
paths that lead throueh tho trees nnd
up and down the steep hills.
Two special trains, maenlflcontly
equipped, will bring to tho Lewis and
Clark exposition In July severnl hun
dred of tho leading buslnoss .men of
Denver, under tho auspices of tho Don.
ver Commercial Club. In tho p'rty
will ho a number of millionaires. This
promises to ho tho most elnborato
commercial "Junket" over undertaken
A1wtb ask for tho famous General
Arthur cigar. fcslrg-Ounst uigar
Co., jrenerHl h" l'nnlnml. "r
;. I ' .-vsvM.aftMrt.
to tho best pwww!www,s,OT"';i
I IftbUIYlA UUIE.O 9
K - tm-mir tirnm
Mrs. Jones Ib In tho ctly from New
Mr. William Duncan is In the city
Mr. W. N. Wheeler Is In tho city
The ladles' nld society Is practicing
for their May fair.
Tho ladles' aid society met nt Mrs.
Congo's last week.
Messrs. Hurrlll nnd Cn'tlln were in
the city this week.
The ladles' aid society will meet at
Mrs. Paul Ury's next week.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Hall gave an auto
mobile rldo Tuesday evening.
Miss Myrtle and Estclln Hall made
a (lying trip to Seattle last Sunday.
Tho Allen A. M. 13. Sundny school
had a very nice Uastor service Easter
Tho pastor nld society met InBt week
at Mrs. John W. Payne's and had n
The chicken social to bo given by
tho Indies' aid society wbb postponed
until later arrangements.
A letter received from Mr. nnd Mrs.
OlnBB stating thnt they nro In Lincoln,
Nobraskn, nnd doing well.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Jones entertained at
dinner Thursday. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Hill and host nnd host
ess. Tho services at both churches on
Hantor Sundnv wero ory good, cspec
Inlly tho song rendered by Mrs. Pearl
Pitts nt the Ilothol church.
Messrs. Dlshnionro, Mooro, Chase,
nnd rtnnntt mninliern nf Mm Dilil Pol.
I ' , ---- M V1.1. - W
lows order In Tacoma. nttonded tho
(l"prnl of Mr f,POrd White, nn Odd
r uiiuiv ui uiu Qi'iuuu iuuku,
1 SALT LAKE CITY LETTER
(Special to Tho Now Ago.)
Mrs. Cnrrlo Smith Ih IiicIIbpohoiI.
Mrs. Hnttlo Wilson Is ntiltc III nt her
homo In Franklin avenue.
church will talto place T Smulny night!
I Mcfldaniea T. Mullron nntl II. IK Nes-
,)ltt of Ogdcn, wero plcnsant vlBltorn
Mrs. Spencer of Omnha. Ih a lato
in itirn. i , ii. iiuuuiBuu.
w. . .. .. . .... , . , ,
Tw.cn lo.th 1Conl!!r2'f W 1,Bt c,ub
W,U ,b ?.ntc,r,trnl?,cl,Tnl0Xt MonW von-
'"B Y Mr " " JoIlllBOn.
Tho dancing party given Monday
evening y tho Twentieth Century
Whist Club, wn8 n vory onjoynblo nf
fair and was well attended.
, ? 'nr.co ewii niioniioii tno Bocm
'""-'o jtlvon Frldny night by tho Hook
A larcn crowd attended tho soclnl
An Easter Jubllco entertainment
will ho glvo't for tho bonoflt of Calvary
unniiat church. Mondny night, April
IMth, nt tho Federation of Lnbor hall,
,,.. . ...
ium. .i. w. ncim guvo n uoauiuuuy
nppolntcd luncheon nt hor homo Sat
urday nftornnon, complimentary to
Mrs. H. II. Nesbict of Ogdon. Covora
being laid for eight.
Tho mombora of tho Womnn'a Pro
gressiva Club gavo Rov. Orconleo of
tho A. M, E. church, qulto a surprlso
Sunday evening, by turning out In n
body and llftlnc tho contribution, fmm
which qulto a neat sum wnB reallzod.
w ... . ,
OUR CHICAGO LETTER
(Special to Tho Now Ago.)
Chicago, IllB., April 20, '05.
Mr. John Smith of Now York, la In
tho ctly on a visit.
Mr. Samuel Hudlln haa been on tho
sick list for sorno tlmo, but Is now
Rov. Dr. A. Cnroy of tho Ilothol A.
M. E. church. Is doing a splendid work
for tho church.
It Is reported thnt Richard E. Mooro
has got tired of Chicago and thnt ho
will soon locato In tho stato of New
Nearly nil tho colored waiters in tho
hotola and reptnurnntH In this city nro
Innvlnf nnil niiltHnfv tlin rilnnna nnrl urn
.. ... " ri I I
iiuw nutmiUK iMjiiuiiiiH III IIUIMUiD'in
othor plnces of work that havo opened
up to thorn.
Mrs. Daniel Scott nt ono tlmo was
worth, hor and her hushnnd, tho into
Daniel Scott, over $200,000. Sho died
In this city a short tlmo nj?o In pover
ty. Mrs. Daniel Scott lived for many
yenrs at 3G17 Armour avenue.
A young colored man by tho name of
It. S. Abott has started a now colored
paper In this city cnlled the Dofen''or.
This Ig tho same R. S. Abott thnt stnrt
ed n dally paper In this rlty Bomo
tlmo ago and ran It for two day.
Mr. Frnnk n. Crnnshnw, Itleht Fm-
Inont flrnnd Master of tho Knlt'hts
Tpmpiar of tnU Btnto hns been mnklng
,pomo ofncal visits to tho commandor-
Ie8 In this stato. Sir F. II. CrnnBhaw
is ono among tho prominent colored
Masons In tho city and state.
Slnco last December there hns been
over fifty colored families moved from
St, Louis, Mo., nnd havo loon ted In
tho city of Chlcniw, and somo of them
havo purchased homes here, and a
largo number of them nro employed at
1 tho steel and rolling mills in this city.
It Is reported that Col. John R. Map
shall of the Flihth colored regiment
of colored Boldlors, has been ordered
(f) gtep (own nm, 0I)t Rn(, u npnenr8
that nobody is complaining or regret-
" t --.,-frTT j
ting his retirement, nnd from nil ac
counts tho sootier he docs so tho bettor
oft tho company will be.
Mr. E. A. Harper of 6G13 Sangmon
street, of this city, was elected Inst
Saturday mnnngcr of exhibits, nnd
Mr. Androw Hogan of Washington, D.
C, was elected superintendent of ex
hibits of tho Frederick Douglas Me
morial Exposition of North America,
that will bo hold at Washington, D.
C, September 13th, 1905, nnd Mr. A.
D. Orlinn of Portland, Oregon, was el
ected one of the commissioners from
the state of Oregon.
In the Inst month In tho city of Chi
cago alone 72 colored men employed as
porters on the Pullman sleeping cars
left nnd quit tho sleeping car business
and have found positions In other lines
or labor In this city, nnd It Is snld that
the Pullman Cnr Company enn hardly
find enough good men to run tho sleep
ing cars and It Is predicted thnt within
ono year nearly all the best col
ored men who nro employed by tho
Pulmnn Car Co. will hnv loft tho ser
vice. This nctlon on the pnrt of tho
sleeping car porters Is to bo highly
recommended and the sooner nil tho
honorablo and good colored mon leave
and quit tho Pullman sleeping car ser
vice and got positions thnt will pay
them clsewhcro the better off thoy
THE WIDOW'S WAIL.
"If John had only mndo n will,
I nover would have had
This trouble with the property:
It really Is too budt
"The lawyers bother mo bo much,"
Tho Widow Jenkins sighed,
"I do declaro I almost wish
That John hnd never died!"
Harold Melbourno In May Llpplncott's.
M. J. Murphy, plumbing and rbb fit
ting, Jobbing promptly nttonded to.
291 Enst Morrison street, east end of
bridge, phono East 109, Portland, Or.
JACQUKS &. VIABNK.
Clrocory nnd fnlnily liquor store, cor
ner Savior nnd Seventeenth Htwta.
A now fresh stock of Rrocorlefl nnd a
tine lino of wines nnd liquors. Tel
"phono C321, Portland, Oregon.
Trtnch Dyeing and C!enin g Wor'i.
All work done atvery modreatopricei.
Dyeing and cleaning of ull kinds of
Utiles and gent's clothing. Morn
Ins cloth dyed In -18 hours. J. It
Urii, proprietor, -Ifif) Glimui street.
Tho nutlor, leading rcatnurant, con
fectlonory nnd bnkory, mnnufneturora
of lco cream. D. J. Byrno, proprietor,
formerly Rath & Sandya restaurant.
MG First Btrcct, tolophono Main 235.
Private family rooniB, 228 Alder atrcct,
tolophono Main 127C, Portland, Ore.
Orcnt Wcstorn Coal Compnny nro
putting out a first-class washed Boot
less conl for $5 per ton delivered'.
Their wnBhed lump conl for $1 dollv-
-.l In lm Minnnnnt fuel on tills 111 HP
ket. They gunrnntco nil tliolr conla to
bo free from rock, siaio ami Bcn-uu-Inga.
Full wclghtB gunrnntced. Olvo
them a trial order. Phono Mnln 948.
THE PIONEER PAINT COMPANY.
Tho p I o
neor pnlnt es
tablish m out
of Portland Is
thnt of F. E.
II o a o h &
13G FliBt St.,
nnd most ro
of Us kind In
tho Northwest. It cnrrloB nn Immense
Mock of tho best things In paints and
building materials, together with nn
umiBuni list of specialties. Thoso who
neotl anything In theso llneB can cer
tainly profit by going to F. E. Reach
& Company. Romombor tho number,
135 First street.
Rnh for tho Chicago, Mllwaukoo &
St. Paul Rnllway. It ha-j advanced, nt
ono lonp, fifty yenrs to tho lend, by
putting on observation cars which
havo compartments for women.
Ordinarily a woman Is pretty much
of an Intruder in nn observation cnr,
when sho has tho nerve to fight hor
way through tho tobacco smoko and
timidly pick out a seat which Isn't oc
cupied by tho feet of somo Imperial
Thoro Is no doubt about it, tho most
offectivo answer to tho man who
clnlma America to ho n paradise for
chivalry would bo to dress him up uh
a woman and mako him spend two
days In an Amorlcnn railway coach.
Tho custom of providing 1010 com
partments for men to smoke In nnd
4x1 closets for women to dress in,
threo nt a time. Is a regular alrbiako
on tho progress of civilization.
Tho Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Rallwuy ought to bo given a medal.
Nonpnriel, Council Hluffs, Ia Decem
ber 9, 1901.
IF YOU ARE NOT PARTICULAR
don't travel over the Illinois Control,
ns nny old road will do you and wo
don't want your patronage, hut If you
nro particular and want tho best and
mean to havo It. ask tho ticket ugent
to routo you via tho Illinois Central,
tho road that runs thiough solid ves
tibule trains between St. Paul, Oma
ha, Chicago, St I-ouIh, Memphis and
thw firln.inii. !
No additional chargo is mado for a
Beat In our reclining chnlr cars which
aro fitted with lavatories and smoking
rooms, and havo n porter in attend
anco. Rates via tho Illinois Central are
tho lowest and wo will bo glad to
quote them In connection with any
D. II TRU.MDULL,
Commercial Agent, 142 Third Street,
r n. LIN'DSUY.
T. F. and P. A., 142 Third Street, '
PAUL I). THOMPSON.
Frt. and Pass. Agent, Colman IUdg.,
-.r.i,..l.llWlWW,iMin "iii'imiwi wu'wi tmfmmvmmmmmmtmtmmammtmtm
A Perfect Product
VIM F L, O U R
Your Grocer Will Supply
You IF YOU INSIST
The Jobes Milling: Co.
The Pacific Grain Company
Wholesale Dealers in
GRAIN AND FLOUR
Ofllco, Thirteenth nnd Kearney Sts.
Portland Glcsk & Suit Man'g Co.
M. U. ZEITFUCHS
Tailors and Dressmakers
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Garments
Made to Order. Raincoats
f-SO Washington Direct I'honc Main M04
It. W. F1B11KK
K. It. M1IXKU
VIENNA MODEL BAKERY
CV0 MortlKon 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 FAKEDI
IK YOU 1.1 KK
"La Intcgridad" or
"El Sidelo" Cigars
HKK THAI' YOU OKT Til KM
All First Clau Dc'c Sell Them
Without an Argument
ALLEN t, LEWIS, DbtHbutorn
Dimock & Pendleton Co.
' HATTERS &
Telephone White 701
609 Second Ave. Butler Block
EQUITABLE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
240 Sturlc Struct, Portltincl, Oi'oon.
Your hiiBlncii Ih to iiitiko money. Our IiiihIih'mh Ih to, innko money
innko money. Save up u littlo money for u uinyailay to either buy
you a homo or pi Into IhihIuchh. Look into our compound Interest
plan. Securities Held by State Authorities ocr $3,000,000.00.
GHAS. E. LADD, Pres THEO. B. WILCOX, V. Pres. F. McKERCHER, Sec'y.
ON THE BEST TABLES IN THE NORTH WIST YOU WIU FIND
Canned Frulti and Vcgctablrs, Syrup, Splcrt, Calltc, FI1I1 Etc. Th reason ii plain.
People who like good groceries are never satisfied wllh any oilier trand after they try
them. Get MONOPOLE from your grocer. WADHAMS & KERR BROS.
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, 33 in., per doz,, 65c
No, 301 A, 4 2 in,, per doz., 75c
See our Hotel Catalogue for all your
Hotel, Cafe, Club, Restaurant and
Dining Car Supplies.
BURLEY & COMPANY
U8-J20 Wabash Avenue CHICAGO
Rr.KOKK & UOYAb
Phono Main 2791
(.13 CI I Coinincn I nl Jilritf I ortlHiul, Oregon
THE ESMOND HOTEL.
O-iCAK ANPKIifcON, MnnitKvr
lla(c: lluroioan I'lan
10c, 7fic, It 00, II fit), U.W ru-r day
I'ruu Hui to nnd from nil 1 rains
I'ront and Morrl-on Streets
JOHN P. SHARKEY CO.
Miuiufttcttirctn mill Jobbers ot
Harness, Collars and Saddles
Saddlery, Hardware, Whipt,
' Blankets, Robes and Pads
New England Undertaking Co.
I'lno fimiTiil iooi's, I'lnu iiiltilt cmkots,
$25.00 (tn-tTii r!u'), I reo miibnliituo.
wm l'oiiUtrict,oiHlle posloillro
If You Want to Borrow Cheap
Money to Build a Home See
E. H. RAYMOND
Pacific Const Representative
The Standard Guaranty & Trust
Company, of Washington, D. C
riiino.MnluotU7 10-17 I.abbe lllrig.
L"J7iI Washington M.( Cor. Second
Columbia Ice & Fuel Co.
Ice and Fuel Delivered
to Any Part of the City
Fiirtorv anil Olllro
FOOT OF HARRISON STREET
Phone Main 81)0
"A Whiskey Without a Repu
tation." Try It
El Kader Bourbon
Served at All Pirst-Clnss Bars
'I IiIh whlnkey in never K)!d until it Ii
fully unituriil by ago, and Im piuriuiti'tHl
tn )m more reliiuiln uiul unifnrm in final
ity than any other whlnkoy oll'tiri'd to
IlKMtY FI.KCKKNSIUIN & CO.
is our latest Bean
It is made of