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THE NEW AGE, PORTLAND, OREGON
Jnpnn Is bent on having "a real
aavy." ItUHslu thought It hail one.
I grade ores that nro now being profit-
1 J ably worked were regarded as worth
less; others took Into consideration fac- lAMl- S OWN N I !
tors of fuel and transportation which t JrtlV,CO ' UVV M M' Ut J
The Seller Co.
Blnco being endorriod by Mark Twain
spelling reform will look funnier thnu
Spain Is raving largo minis of money
every day by not having Cuba on Its
In splto of the bountiful crops
throughout tho country, whisker nro
coining In atylo again.
Bishop Uerry says tho church boss
must go.' Oh, but this Is going to bo
a cold winter for bosses I
no longer apply, and none of tboni at
tempted an accurate view of tho possi
ble sources of supply In tho uudevel
oiied countries of the earth. There nro
also Involved In the vital question of
the futuro supply fundamental differ
ences among tho geologists and cosmol-
oglsts themselves. One school holds to
. the theory of Sir Kobert Dull that tho
metal camo originally from outside tho
' globo and that wo can hopo to Hud little
more on Its surface. Another takes tho
more optimistic view that the dense
center of tho earth Is largely Iron. If
the hitter bo tho case then tho problem
of our utilizing It resolves lUelf Into
tho Improvement of mining methods
nud tho development of tho bcIcuco and
practlco of metallurgy,
Chancellor Day says tho man who
mokes Is a fool. Most men will recall
that they felt worso than that nfter
their first smoko.
OSCAR J. SEILER, Attorney-at-Law
Paid Up Capital and Surplus $35,000
Jamestown, North Dakota
108 Jersey Street, ST. JOHNS, OREGON
I have choice Business and llesldonco
Tracts in all parts of tho city.
Corr spondenco solicited from non
resident owners of property or those
coking investments hero.
BY IIAII, ANDJTATKB.
Nature's Wondrous Handiwork
HT ItAir, AND WATEB
Hanker Hteuslnnd Is said to havo four
trunks of clothes. All the same, tho
titnto of Illinois will Insist upon giving
blui one more suit.
Since one Russian general tins been
cured to death, wo can better under
stand why tho terrorists wear mich
frightful looking whiskers.
It appears to bo n rulo of action for
tho ltiisslaii soldier that If ho cannot
find and punish the guilty pwrson, threo
Innocent persons will do as well.
A Philadelphia child has been chris
tened Mozart llecthovcn Liszt Mendels
sohn Luck, and It will bo Just his fa
ther's luck to discover that thero Is
music In tho heir.
Physicians say tho Sultan of Turkey
can't possibly live more than u year.
A year Isn't long, but nn nverngo Sul
tan can receive a good many ultima
tums lu that time.
Tho souvenir postcard crazo Is n
great nuisance, of course, and causes
much extra work for postmasters nud
letter carriers, but It adds materially
to tho sale of stamps.
Tho latest discovery mado by tho doc
tors Is that angel cake Is full of mi
crobes, but as tho chief function of mi
crobes Is to make angola, tho cako ap
Xoars to bo properly named.
A Cleveland health officer at last lias
brought relief to a suffering world by
announcing that after nil tbero Is no
danger In kissing. Mora of our cltloi
should appoint bright people as heads
of their health departments.
It appears that tho Standard Oil
profits In Missouri amounted to only
000 per cent. How many peoplo would
bo content with only 000 per cunt when
they had the power to take 1000 per
cent? Let us ndmlru tho moderation
of tho trust.
When tho German Kmporor appoint
ed a Jewish banker ns director of tho
colonial olllce tho other day, much sur
jirlrio was expressed In lierllu that a
business man and u Jew had Iwen call
ed to so high nn olllce. Kucli an ap
pointment would hnvo caused surprise
neither In tho United Htates nor In
Komo day thero may bo a United
States of Central America. A party
lias lately been organized In Sal Sal
vador, tho leader of which liopa to
tiring about a federation of tho Centrnl
American republics. Tho experiment
of federation Iihs been tried onco or
twice; but tho people nro better quali
fied for It now thnu they used to be.
In these days, when families nro mov
ing from oiio place to another In the
liopo of bettering themselves, It Is Inter
esting to road of nil aged woman who
died In a New England town In tho
81110 hoiuo and In tho samo room lit
which she was bom. For tho better
part of a century she had been active In
tho kindly Christian work of tho vil
lage, and had come to ho looked upon
ah one of lu Institutions. Families
which havo nn old homestead that has
Ikvii lu the family for generation nftor
generation havo n possession worth
more thnu dollars and cents, ns every
member of an Itinerant family with
out such a homestead will testify,
In official language thero aro postal
cards and post cards. Tho former Is
tho penny card issued by tho govern
ment with tho stamp printed upon It,
while tho post enrd, usually pictorial,
can bo produced by anybody, subject to
restrictions In slzo and weight, and
must havo n stamp afllxed. Lately tho
souvenir post card has become n sort
of avnlancho lu America as well as
Kurope, and forms a serious problem
lu tho working arrangements of post
ofllces. Tho post card Is one of tho
things that were never definitely born,
but Just grow. I'lctorlnlly, It first camo
Into notice in Germany, ten years ago,
and that country, with Franco and
England, still lead In Its use, mailing
last year 1,200,000,000, valued at 22,
000,000, and calling on tidrty different
occupations In their manufacture. Their
popularity In tho United States dates
from 1002 and tins kept growing until
they hnvo almost overwhelmed some of
tho imstofllccs, especially In tho vaca
tion season. At Coney Island, with Its
Labor Day outing, ,175,000 souvenir
cards wero sent In tho outgoing mall,
and a week lator at tho name resort a
baby show resulted lu the mailing of
200,000 souvenir cards lu n slnglo day.
An unexpected addition like this to
postal labors Is n serious question to
those who must deal with It practically,
but It Is evidently an Innovation that
has coino to stay. A certain degree of
epistolary gullo Is found In tho sou
venir (Hist card. Thero Is scant room
for writing and tho communication
must necessarily bo short. If trio pic
ture Is striking, beautiful, nnd has nn
associated interest lu tlmo nnd place,
the excuse Is gracefully put, nnd tho
answer can bo lu kind. Tho pictures pre
served In order form nn album of trav
el nud hnvo In that respect n lasting
Interest. Hut how letter writing hoi
fallen from Its former high cstnto when
It wns n branch of literature I Now a!
pleasant scrawl under an Alp, n water
fall, nn architectural view or n mar
ket scene, nuswors tho pnrposo, nnd
thero aro few persons who would not
rather send thirty souvenir cards on
thirty consecutive days than to write
ono letter a week. Travelers nro sup
posed to hnvo unbounded lelsuro nud
flow of spirits, nnd expected to glvo n
lengthy nnd graphic account of their
experiences. IJuylng a plctorlnl gem
Instead nnd writing, "Just n lino while
waiting nt tho station," may bo mora
ncceptablo than receiving n many-paged
letter that calls for n considerate re
sjKinso In which brevity Is out of tho
question. It Is nil age of concentration
and dispatch. Moments are precious.
Tho merely perfunctory Induces a tired
feeling. Tho souvenir card has n charm
even though spiced with subterfuge.
Kvll natures Musi ujhii tho post card
to turn It Into comic valentines or some
thing still more objectionable, but
tsjstal authorities effectually stop that
toudcucy by throwing inversions Into
tho dead letter waste basket. Its range
of legitimate uses Is largo, nud they
will contlnuo to unfold.
KING & GILMORE
Tclophono UNION 40C3
Everything in the
ST. JOHNS, OREGON
All Kinds of Galvanized Iron
and Tin Work a Specialty
ALL WORK GUARANTEED NOT TO LEAK
Quaker Mfg. Co.'s Steel Furnaces
440 Union Avo. Nortli
Shop Phono East 6177
ltosidence Phono East 1808
THE BITULITHIC PAVEMENT
BEST BY EVERY TEST
For Streets, Driveways and Crosswalks.
WARREN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
716 Oregonian Building, Portland, Oregon
THROUGH UTAH AND COLORADO
Cnslfc Gate, Canon of the Grand
Black Canon, Marshall and Ten
nessee Passes, and the World
Famous ROYAL GORGE. .
For illustratod and rtepcrlptivo pamph
lets write to
V. C. McBRIDE, General Agent
12 Third Street
Ask the Agent for
I G K 13 T
O. E. IICINTZ, Manager.
Phone Cast 57
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
STRUCTURAL STEEL, A1ND IROIN
Steel Bridges, Upset Rods and Bolts, Cast Iron
Colums and all Architectural Iron. Sidewalk' Doors
and Lights. All Kinds of Castings.
EASTEND BURNSIDE STREET BRIDGE, PORTLAND, OR
Columbia River Scenery
Tho excursion steamer "BAILEY
OATZKU I" inakcR round trlns to CAfc'-
OADELOOKH ovory Sunday, leaving
PORTLAND at 0 a. m., returning ar
rived o p. m. n
Dally servlco between Portland and
Tho Dalles, except Sunday, leaving
Portland at 7 n. ni arriving about 5 p.
m.. carrying Irolght and passengers.
Splendid accommodations for outflta
Dock foot of Alder street Portland;
foot of Court tront, Tlio Dalles. Tolo
phono Main 014. Portland.
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Chicago,
St. Louis and All Points East and South
TWO OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY
Tt ORIENTAL LIMITED Tfc FAST HAIL
VU Sutllt m SpoliM
Splendid Service Up-to-data Equipment
Daylight trip across tho Cnscado and
For Tickets, rates, folders nnd full infor
mation call on or address
H. DICKSON, C. F. T. A.
122 Third Street, POKTUAND
S. a. YERKES, A. a. P. A.
First Nitioml Buk if Rook Springs
HOOK Bl'KINOB, WYOMINO
CAPITAL Md SURPLUS, $100,000
QVGKY ATTENTION OIVEN TO HUSINBSS
ENTRUSTED TO US
Watson Drug Co.
Wholesale and Ratal!
THROUGH PARLOR CARS
Portland. Astoria Seaside
The most complete dock of Drue and
Patent Medicines to be found in the Inlind
Empire. Prices guaranteed as low as the
lowest. Our Prescription Department
merits your confidence.
iC TTOaiB SP0KAN6
JAPANESE TROPHIES OF VICTO
RIES OVER RUSSIANS.
That high collar tond to produce
nervous uoadai'lio among both men and
women Is tho most recent discovery of
n well-known Viennese physician. Quito
Accidentally tho doctors attention was
directed to tho very high nnd very tight
stylo of collar worn by a patient who
was always complaining of hoadachos
mid giddiness. Tho collar was laid
aside, thus removing tho compression
of tho neck, and the patient's head
eliea and giddiness disappeared.
Struck by this result, tho doctor paid
particular attention to tho kind of col
lars worn by his "headaelie patients"
ud hi very many Instances the change
to lower and easier Uttlng collars
brought. Immediate relief. In the case
of women wearing high, stiff ueckbands
It was found that doing away with
tlieso had a similarly beneficial result.
The doctor declared that uobody with
any toudency to headacho should wear
JfaaWw V iv
The Model Dry Goods Store
of the Model Western City
VISIT SPOKANE. When you do, visit THE CRESCENT,
its model store, and one of the most interesting show places in
what Elbert Hubbard has called the model city of America.
Visiters will And here a Bureau of Information where
reliable information of all kinds regarding the city may
be obtained. Alio free Parcel Check Rooms, Public
Telephones and comfortable waiting rooms with lava
tories for women.
Spokane Agents for North Star Blankets, the kind used on
lite a. m.
7:00 p. m.
for MuTneo, Main.
ton, KUtcI, (ionr.
hurt Turk ami Be a.
Aitorla A Bihor
11:10 a, ra.
J. O. MAYO,
Co'iom'i Ast, iw Aider fit 'o.'v. A l.A.
Telephone Main KM.
HisEiiiiifTi''' 'T' rl It
A Pleasant Way to Travel
Tho nbovo is tho. usual verdict of tho
traveler using the Missouri Pacflc Hall
way botweon tho Paclflo Coast and tho
East, and wo believe that the servlco
and accommodations given merit this
statement. From I)cnvor, Colorado
Springs and Pueblo thore are two
through trains daily to Kansas City
and tit. Louis, carrying Pullman's lat
est standard electric lighted sleeping
cars, chair cars and up-to-date dining
cars. The samo oxcollont servlco la
oporatcd from Kansas City and St.
Louis to Memphis, Llttlo'Roclc and
Hot Springs. If you aro going East or
South writo for ratos and full informa
tion. W. O. McURIDE, Oen. Agt.,
124 Third St., Portland, Or.
On Your Trip to the East
Estimates of the uiimtucd supplies of
Irou ore was extremely uncertain and
sutrustworthy. Som of them aro based
u surveys made ut a period wbeo low-
Towers of Russian swords and rifle
In the grounds of tho Kudan shrine,
Toklo, put up In honor of the Shokon
cho celebrations for the spirits of the
Japanese soldiers fallon In the war.
ai of Brain Bsnnnatlon.
A doctor says that when a person
begins to have doubts about the spell
ing of common words, to write an un
naturally Buiall hand that shows a
tendency to waver above and below a
straight line and to grasp the pea with
unueceesary force, especially at tho
end of a long word, then that person
la suffering from brain exhaustion and
ought either to tako a complete rest or
else to find work of an altogether new
and different kind.
Tho trouble Is when thero are plenty
of seats for all, tho bawl coucert is
When purchasing ticket to Chicago and
the East, see that it reads via the Chicago
& North-Western Railway. Choice of
routes via Omaha or via St. Paul and
It is the route of The Overland Limited and the
direct line to Chicago from the Coast. Four
last daily Chicago trains make connection
with all transcontinental trains at bt. raul
Tf)9 'Best of Everything.
All agents sell tickets via this line.
For further tafennatlon apply to
R. V. HCLDtn, '! aat O. Sk-W li
NORTH COAST LIMITED
PULLMAN STANDARD SLEEPING CARS
PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
DINING CAR-DAY AND NIGHT
NUMEROUS OTHER COMFORTS
Daily Transcontinental Trains
TO THE EAST
The Ticket Offk. .t Porthmd at 255 Morrisoa St.
A. D. CHARLTON
Auistant General Passenger Af ent