Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Portland new age. (Portland, Or.) 1905-1907 | View This Issue
THE NUTW AGB, POBTLAJn), OREGON
IFAniWf. HflTFIC !
LEADING HOTELS , i
LfcAMNU HO It Li
THE ESMOND HOTEL.
OSCAlt ANDKH80N Manager
Kates: Kurotcnn 1'lnn
Wc, 75e, II 00, 1.60, li.00 per day
Free Dug to anil from alt Trains
Front and Jtorrlion Streets
f'VuLUTH MINN. :
aaBSBBBBBBBSBaGsmSBSSTX TiKwSfTF v7H'BaaiaaRaSaSaaBVfesArQfiacv aSBH&nasBSiaadaBVaK k' vx v vv
BBBBsMsswaaTsr - ( , Tf -1 -" 9TMmssa)alt
H. O. mOWEtU, Mmnmgmf.
AntmHomn Plan, $3 Pmr Dmy
HEADQUARTERS FO TOURISTS
P. O. 1)0x681
The Grand Pacific Hotel
C1IAB. A. BCURAOK, 1'roprlotor.
Handsomely Appointed and First
Class In Every Particular.
Corner Railroad St. and Hlgglns Ave.
Salt Lake City's
Salt Lake City Utah
The only First-Class
American Plan' Ho
tel in Helena.
Rates from $3 to $5
Lewis ton Idaho
Best Hotel In
KDW. O. PATTERSON, Trop.
OHAS. 11. RATTINUKR, Mgr.
Steam Heat in Every Room
Private and Public Baths
RATES $2 PER DAY AND UP
Bismarck, N. D.
T. J. PEDICORD,
50c, 75$1, $1.50
Rnm with Private Bath
Bath Aawrfcaa and Cureaeaa
Private Teieaaeaes U Romu
299-219 SrversieW Ave.,
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
I'hono Exchange 25
360-362 Alder St.
Host furnished house in Southern Oregon
New Depot Hotel
A. II. riiACHT, Proprietor.
All Trains stop 30 Minutes
For Meals. j
The New Bannock Hotel
KOltMAN & AltMHTItONO, I'ropi.
Headquarters for Commercial Men
American Plan. Rooms with Bath,
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone In Each Room.
RATES $2.00 to $4.00 PER DAY
Leading Hotel of the
LAKE SUPERIOR REGION
Enlarged and Improved
American Plan, f2.50 and Up
Kuro'pcun Finn f 1.00 and Up
Finest Cafe in Northwest
UNPER NEW MANAGEMENT
A Home for the Traveling Men
Strictly first Class.
Electric lighted. Steam heated. Good
Sample Rooms in Connection.
I. C. BROWN, MtMfir.
I ummmmmmmfr " nfrk$Mmz
sJaVafafafafafafafafafafaSBML H.1' . 5f J3j
Loading grocery and mar
ket. Wo servo tlio trnvollng
public nt rcnsonnblo prices.
114 and 110 West Superior
! GREAT FALLS
Cloths Man, Woman, Boy In
Modern Up-to-Dnto Fashionable
Clothing at Popular Prices.
Visit Often the Popular Priced
Store for Men and Wohten.
Qrcat Falls, - - - Montana.
E. A.ltKICllKI,. Prosldont.
V. F. BKMHIUHUII. Vlco t'ronlilont.
II. W. URUN WAI.DT, Bee. it Trcas
& MALTING COMPANY
Drawers nnd Bottlers of extra
quality lager bcur. "Amorican
Family" bottled beer a specialty.
Office: 100 Central Avenue.
P. O. Box 80.
Qreat Falls, - - - Montana.
Thoi. Illjrth, Fro Lyman Fargo, Vlco I'rti
The Blyth & Fargo Co.
Evanstonr Wyo. Pocatcllo, Idaho
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00
Established 1SW. Power I'alaco Hotel Jlld'g.
FRED O. MOCK, President
F. J. CONROY, Vice-President
C. R. MICKEY, Cashier
FRANK JKNKINSON, Aas't Cashier
J. A. Murray.
D. W. Staadrod,
Wm. A. Anthes,
I. N. Aathes,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ol Pocutello, Idftlio.
TUTTLE MERCANTILE CO., LTO.
dOODWIN MIN1NO CANDLES
Judson Powder, Fuse and Caps
AGENTS FOR TUB
CELEBRATED OLYMPIA BEER
D. W. Church Karl O. Walts O, O. Ckllaon
CHURCH & WHITE CO.
1428 Siege of Orleans begun.
1042 First commencement held at Har
1702 Battle of Vigo.
1700 City of Berlin taken by combined
Ittminn nnd Austrian forces.
1777 Kingston, N. Y., burned by the
1781 Americans attacked Yorktown.
1707 Battle of Camperdown.
1800 Attempted assassination of Bona
parte. 1800 Battle of Sanlfold, Saxony; Prus
sians defeated by French.
1815 Napoleon Bonaparte landed nt St.
Helena to begin his exile.
1622 Brazil proclaimed Independence.
1831 Anderson, nn . English vocalist,
driven from tho stage of the Park
theater, Now York, for disrespectful
remarks concerning tbo United
1848 Martial law proclaimed In Cap
1801 Confederate steamer Theodore cs-
caped from Chnrlcston, S. O., with
Mason nnd lldcll on board.
1802 Confederate cavalry under Gen.
Stuart entered Clmmbcrsburg; Pa.
1803 Wheeler's famous Confedcrnto cav
alry met with defeat at Fnrmlngton,
1803 Ileglnnlng ot Cuban strugglo for
1871 President Ornnt summoned Ku-Klux-Klau
ot South Carolina to ills
band.. '..The great Chicago flro con-
tlnucd to rage nnd destroy.
1872 William H. Seward, Amorican
statesman, died.... Archbishop Bai
ley Installed as Primate ot tho Cath
olic church In tho United States.
1878 Kx-Scnator Pomcroy allot by ex
Congressman Conway In Washington.
1881 Arrest ot Charles Stewart Par
ncll. 1884 Adoption ot the Meridian of
Greenwich.... Parliament building In
Quebec wrecked by dynnmlto.
1803 Dean Klchtiond foundered In Lakt
Erie; 18 lives lost.
1804 WIJu captured by the Japanese.
1808 Emperor ot Germany started on
trip to tho Holy Land.... Powers re
fused to permit Turkey to maintain
garrisons in Crete.
1800 Transvaal wnr began.... Public re
ception in Boston In honor ot Ad
1002 President Ilooscvclt appointed a
commission to settle nnthraclto coal
1001 Frederick Augustus III. nseonded
the throno of Saxony.... United!
oinics uaiucsuip ucoigin muiivuvu
1003 President Roosevelt conferred with
leaders In collcgo athletics with a
view to Improving standards.... Sir
Henry Irving died.
A Sclf-Govcrnliitr Nchnol.
An experiment In pupil self-government
has been In progress In a village
school In Macon county, Mo, In tho main
room, wbero tho older pupils assemble,
tho self-governing class gathered about
the table abd elected Its own officers, and
tho principal used a phonograph to dic
tate, problems, so that the pupils should
be relieved entirely ot the supervision ot
tbo teacher. As the machine was set in
motion the pupils copied the problems and
discussed or worked out the answers,
which were then tabulated by tho teacher
and turned over to the principal. Not
one pupfl was returned to the regular
classes Jrora failure to keep up with the
studies. This year tho experiment Is to
bo extended to a number of other dWtrict.
New York Hotel for flora.
Under the management of Miss Mary
Laldlaw Proudfoot, niece of the lato Mrs.
Lnldlaw, who devoted much money to the
helping ot poor boys, the first real hotel
for homeless boys has Just been opened
at 353 West Twenty-seventh street, New
York City. At tho outset there were
eight patrons, self-supporting ofTico bojs
or messengers, aud for the remaining six
vacancies many applications were on file.
The establishment is not to be regarded
as a charity. Kach boy pays according to
his means, and this entitles him to a room
of his own. The public, however, Is In
vited to contribute toward 'the expense
fund and larger quarters will probably be
An Eleven-Yenr-Old Freabmaa.
Norbert Welner, at the age of 11, has
entered the freshman class of Tuft col
lege, and is said to be the youngest col
legian In the country. He Is the son ot
Leo Welner, assistant professor of Sla
vonic languages at Harvard. The boy
knew how to read at 3 and was reading
Darwla and Huxley at 8.
Medleal laeneetloa for ('ata.
According to the School Journal it Is
esUnated that the expense of operating
the new inspection law In Massachusetts
public aohools Is about 25 per 1,000 In
habitants, In the larger cities, but that
in smaller places where the doctor comes
only when sent for the expense Is 911
per 1,000. The law authorized the school
hoard of each city or town to appoint
a school physician or physicians, and that
the sight and hearing shall be tested an
nually by the teachers. The expense is to
be borne by a local appropriation.
C. 0. PICK TRANSFER & STORAGE COMPANY.
Safes, Pianos. Furniture moved, stored or packed for shipping. Com
modious brick warehouse, with separate iron rooms, Front and Clay.
Express and Baggage hauled.
Office Phone, 596; Stable. Black
George J.Schaefer wl
.aSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSf I tf
.bSBBBBBVt. i . sV RFm
ALWm-4- -kipr- fe3t dm
sssiiiiiMl waPAWjiM .ja. L ?'j. . 12lllilpRfV mm
mmmT Amu mmw mhmmrmTmRr
STRANGERS! TOURISTS! HOMESEEKERS!
Oo there, licre, when tho tldo Is out, "tho tahlo U fct," and wliero tho ucnlth o(
rlrhvs has not ft U'vu tiiuvhed. ..
OREGON'S COAST CITY
T.ots In Schsgfcr's Addlllon, "CKN'TRAh," 1100 and upuardi.
GEO. J. SCHAEFER, Owner and Real Estate Agent
317 Chamber of Commerce PORTLAND, OREGON
COME TO GOD'S COUNTRY
If you want money, if you want to buy property for
Investment, if you have property you desire to dispose of,
if you want a home or a farm, tee
J. WHYTE EVANS
Telephone MAIN 4006
Alters Bros. Milling Co.
High Grade Geremlm t
Wholesale Dealers in
Grmln, Hmy, Flour and Fmmd
Our leading Jirnnds in Packages
VlmM Wmtm Mmt MffMerf Vfeatf Fmmri Bmrfmy VMat Fmmt-fm af Whmml '
Vtmlmt Bwkwhml mlummlmOmts Omlwnmlm Whmmt LuekyOmlm OfaamOmlm
AM Flfmt'Olmmm SmmMwm HmnmUm Our Rrawtm mi Qommm
7 Chamber of Commerce Building