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THT! JtCRNING OREGONIAH, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1$ 1900.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
I 2ETROPOIITAN THEATER (Third street)
ALISICY'S WIKTER GARDEN (Third and
alorrisoa streets) Concert alchtly.
BlNKET LlCEXBS LW AGAIN. It Is not
lenown just hat business will come be
fore the Council a,t their meeting today.
It Is expected that the committee on
"ways and means, Messrs. Branch, Mas
ters and Sherrett, -will present a report
on certain matters mentioned In the
Mayor's message, -which was referred to
them. He mentioned the condition of
streets, many of which are In bad re
pair, the nepesslty for maintaining the
efficiency of the police and Are depart
ments and the desirability of devising
some method of providing funds to meet
the expenses involved In these matters.
It Is not unlikely that an overhauling
and readjustment of licenses may be rec
ommended, and the number of vehicles to
pay licenses be Increased, the money from
this source to be placed In a street re
pair fund. Some cltlrtns favor malting
everything that uses the street, from a
signpost or electric "wire pole, pay a.
share toward keeping the streets In re
pair, and there may be another effort
to get a blanket license ordinance passed.
Violators or Gxmb Law. Game War
den Qulmby returned yesterday from a
visit to Yamhill County in search of a
party of men -who have been running
deer "with hounds In the Wlllamlna coun
try. The party had, however, received
notice of his coming and had got out of
the way. He appointed several deputies
In the county, and feels confident that
any violations of the game law there In
future will be promptly attended to and
the guilty parties punished. Mr. Qulmby
has several deputies in Southern Ore
gon on the trail of a party of hunters
from Santa Rosa County, California,
who have come Into this state on an elk
Blaughterlng expedition. They have lo
cated away back In the Coast Range,
whero they Imagine they will be free
from Interference and can kill and slay
at their pleasure.
Incorporations. Articles of Incorpora
tion of the Oregon Sash & Door Com
pany were filed In the County Clerk's of
fice yesterday. The incorporators are J.
A. Martin, C H. Jackson and P. H.
Ransom; capital stock, $10,000. The ob
jects announced are to manufacture sash,
doors, blinds and building materials. Ar
ticles of incorporation of the Anglo
American Estato & Collection Associa
tion, were filed. The objects are to
undertake the collection of estates be
longing to residents in North America;
to buy and sell Teal estate and to hold
In trust all property coming Into Its
hands awaiting final adjustment to legit
imate claimants. The Incorporators are
J. B. Eastfi-, H. S. Kowe, Joseph Paquet,
J. R. GlltMfLup and Cornelius Beal; cap
Good Day in Municipal Court. Judge
Cameron is rigorously earning out his
policy of making the Municipal Court
pay running expenses, at least. Tester
day when Lulu Ferry, & North End
woman charged with larceny, failed to
appear to answer to the charge, an or
der was granted by the court forfeiting
the $250 cash ball she had put up, and
that amount turned into the general
fund. G. W. Way, charged with disor
derly conduct, and assault and battery
upon Louise Wagner, a lodglng-houso
keeper, was sentenced to 0 days. Henry
Goodman, the pawnbroker arrested for
violating the city ordinance as to record
ing the names of persons pawning prop
erty, was dismissed with a warning not
to appear before the court on a similar
Fob Beating Tax Collector. Two
Germans, John and Jacob Schwabauer,
East Side worklngmen, were arraigned
In the Municipal Court yesterday for
beating Bicycle Tax Collector "Jack"
CDay. The two Germans were riding
their untagged bicycles on the East Side
when O'Day stopped them and attempted
to seize the wheels. The men went from
words to blows, and In the encounter
O'Days pugilistic experience availed him
little, for the sturdy Germans gave him
a severe beating, and the ex-prltefighter
was badly cut up. Yesterday a warrant
was" served on them, and they were sum
moned to appear in court to answer to a
charge of assault and battery. Judge
Cameron will decide the case today.
Scholl's Ferrt Road. The Board of
County Commissioners were out looking
over the Scholl's Ferry road yesterday,
with a view to finding some place where
rock can be obtained for macadamizing
this road. For four miles, from the
Washington County line to near the city
limits, this road Is corduroyed with round
fir poles half Its width for a Winter
road. The other half Is a dirt road,
which Is very good at this season, but
Impassable In the Winter. The fir poles
do not make a desirable road, and It is
desired to make a good macadam im
provement in the place of the corduroy.
There Is rock to be had, but the owners
are inclined to charge high for It.
Lightship Contract Let, The con
tract for getting afloat lightship Colum
bia No. EO and delivering her at the
buoy depot at Tongue Point has been
awarded to the Wolff & Zwlcker Iron
Works for $14,000, This was not the low
est bid, but was considered the most de-r
sjrahle, as some other bidders wished to
use Government material in the work.
while Wolff &. Zwlcker furnish all their
own tackle and appliances, and are to
launch the craft seaward. The bids for
hauling the boat across the military res
ervation Involved the cutting of trees,
otc, and this was not considered desira
ble. Rev. Roland Grant's Partt. Rev.
Roland D. Grant writes to The Oregonlan
from Vancouver, B. -C., that his oxcurslon
party in a special car will arrive in Port
land this morning. He had expected to
reach here last night, but a change of
time card obliged him to modify his it
inerary. The party will go direct from
the train station to the steamer Reliance
for the famous ride up the Columbia
River gorge to The Dalles, and will ar
rive at the Portland Hotel Friday. Mr.
Grant adds: "I am more delighted than
ever to look upon the hills I love."
Last Meetiwg Tonight. Camp H,
Spanish and Filipino War Veterans, will
hold the last meeting preceding the Sum
mer vacation this evening at their hall
in Allsky building. During the Summer
months the members do not care to con
tinue the regular routine, and have de
cided to celebrate the close of work with
some sort of outing. The nature of this
jsHo be determined upon this evening. It
Is likely that the members will invite
other Volunteers for a trip or some other
form of entertainment appropriate to
Threatening to Kill. L. T. Shat
tuck, a worklngman, was arrested yes
terday on the complaint of Mrs. Wachen
helraer for threatening to kill her. fihat
tuck appears to be infatuated with the
complainant, and his persecutions have
been going on for some time. Finally he
threatened to kill her and then to com
mit suicide himself, and started to draw
a pistol, whereupon Mrs. Wachenhejxner
appealed to the police for protection, Tho
L case will be decided in the Municipal
Bbsidsnce Sold. Tho fractional lots S,
i, 5 and 8 in block 23 In King's Second ad
dition, with the residence, on the north
side of Flanders street and the west side
of Twenty-third street North, owned by
Stewart Gordon, has been sold by F. V.
Andrews & Co. for JS2S0 to -George F.
Bor Missing. Tom Smith, a boy 14
years old, was missed from his home at
748 Eavier street Monday evening, and
the fact reported to the police station
yesterday. The boy wore green trousers,
blue shirt, navy blue cap and tan shoes.
Amskt's Winter Garden. Third and
Morrison Streets. Remember, the only
place and B0-eent dinner every day from
5 to 8 P M.
Etertone goes to the Winter Garden
to bear the music and enjoy a 50-cent
dinner from 5 to 8 P. M.
Pr. Amelia Zeiqler has moved to
zoom 063 Marquam building Qiucs
'phoae, Hood 8&
Missions to Seamen. The concert at
the Seamen's Institute this evening prom
ises to be a good one, as friends have
consented to take part. These concerts
are of a high class and have been car
ried on regularly since October, and have
been largely attended by the people of
Portland. They will continue all Sum
mer, and should help to break the monot
ony of the long days for those not for
tunate enough to get out of the city. Those
taking part In tonight's concert are Mrs.
Fletcher Linn. Mrs. Nicholson, Mrs.
Boyer, Miss Juston, Messrs. Heppner,
McNlcholas and others.
All Mat Land. Of the Beven Chinese
passengers who arrived on tho Braomar
two have beon admitted, their papers
being found correct. Collector Patterson
has taken testimony in the cases of the
other five, of whom two are for Marsh
field, Or., one for Hope, Idaho, and one
for Deadwood, S. D.. and has forwarded
the same to the Collectors in those places.
All the five speak English well, and have
every appearance of having been in this
country before, so it Is probablo that they
will all secure permission to land.
H. B. Lttt. Tpday one solid case of
Scotch back short skirts from the cel
ebrated house of John C. Stratton & Co.
They are made perfect and of Imported
materials; also GOO colored silk waists,
which are sent as a flyer during July or
August business. The value Is $10 whole
sale: they will be marked $7 50. Also
a few new suits. Advance Fall styles
for large and medium-size women.
Tennis at Multnomah Field, 10 A. M.
and 2:30 P. M., 18th, ISth. 30th and 21st.
Admission, 25 cents. Season ticket, 75
cents. Oregon state championships.
The ladles of St. David's Church will
give a lawn Ice cream festival this even
ing at the residence of F. B. Hughes, SCO
East Morrison, corner Thirteenth.
Ftne Residence and quarter block for
sale a bargain. Beautiful suburban res
idence with five acres for rent. Call at
735 Chamber of Commerce.
Ausiors Winter Garden, Tamo and
Morrison Streets. Michelsen, renowned
banjolst; great hit; even evening at
9:20 and 11 P. M.
Hear Michelsen, banjolst. In popular
and classical solos Winter Garden every
evening at 9:30 and 11 P. M,
Aliskts Winter Garden. The 50-cent
dinner and music from 5 to 8 P. M. every
Cascade Warm Springs Hotel now"f
open. T. Moffett, proprietor, 274 Taylor
Enjot yourselves at Winter Garden.
Hear Michelsen on his banjo.
Elegant suite of offices. Allsky bldg.
DEATH OP A GREAT PHYSICIAN
lir. A. JT. C. Skene, of Brooklyn, Who
Has Relatives in Portland.
Dr. A. J. C. Skene, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
who died recently, was for many years
the president of the Long Island Medical
College Hospital, and was one of the most
noted physicians and surgeons In the
United States. Dr. W. H. Skene, of
Portland, who married the daughter of
Donald M&ckay. Is a neph6W, and went
to Brooklyn and was present at the fu
neral of his uncle.
The Brooklyn Esgle, in speaking of the
death of Dr. A. J. C. Skene, says: "Brook
lyn Is deprived of an excellent citizen, the
profession of medicine of a very able
member, the benign art of surgery of a
magnificent exemplar, and the large field
of gynecology of a learned, thorough, ten
der and exquisitely effective master. He
was not only a great physician and sur
geon, and not only among the greatest
of consultants, which made him the In
splrer of grejt physicians and surgeons,
but he was also a great medical teacher.
Always a friend, long an official, and
years the president of the Long Island
Medical College Hospital, he led hundreds
and thousands of Intending physicians
and surgeons along the path of study
and across the threshold of law Into the
privileges of practice. If the doctor that
he was and the surgeon that ho was be
held in mind; if the practitioners who
consulted with him and whom he moni
tored be kept in view? If the extraordi
nary number of students whom he has
inspired and exampled bo retained In the
thought; If the thousands of households
to whom his name and service stood for
deliverance, relief, health and life Itself
bo as far as possible recalled, then the
constant, the wide, the pervasive and the
augmenting tide of his Influence can be
In part estimated, and then tho bless
ing which he brought can be In part ap
preciated. All physicians everywhere and
all students of medicine and surgery,
everywhere, should regard the personal
bearing of this able man. Without art or
artifice, but by the instinct of nature and
by the dominance of culture, he was re
served. He did not talk of his cases ex
cept with his patients, and then only of
their cases, except with consultants upon
the cases which they brought to him.
He accomplished results which In a ruder
age would have geen regarded as mira
cles." The funeral of Dr. Skene was very
largely attended, representatives from all
of the different medical colleges being
present, and many leading citizens of
Brooklyn and New York. The funeral
sermon was delivered by Dr. E. P. Inger
soll, of the Immanuel Presbyterian
Church, and he related among other
things that Dr. Skene was tho first to .es
tablish, during the early days of the Civil
War, the ambulance service on the field
of battle, which has grown to such mag
nificent proportions and done so much to
mitigate the horrors of strife.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS.
Real Gstate Transfers.
Sheriff, for Mary Gleason, to Anna
Casey, lot 14, block 4, Kintal Park,
July 10 , $ 4
B. Chlopeck to Julius Dili?, lot L
block 129, Caruthers Addition, July
C. S. Claggett et ux. to Peter Ste
phens, 209x205. Powell's Valley road,
August 30. 1B98 100
Emily Charlotte Nordberg to Mar
guerite Hale Brown. W. lot 14 and
B. 12ft feet of lot 18. block 319,
Balch's Addition. 37xlO0, July 16.... 1B00
R. W. Hovt. trustee, to A. B. Manly,
lots 2 and 3, block 8. Proebstel's Ad
dition, Alblna; also, lot 4, block 15$,
Portland; also, lots 6 and 6, block
199. Holladav's Addition. Julv 16.... 1
E. M. Hughes and husband to T. J.
L. Splller and wife, lots 37. 38. 39
and 40. block 8. Mansfield, March 14 50
R. L. Zeller to Fred A. Relsacher. lot
2, block 6, Buckman's Addition,
July 11 , 2450
H. B. Merriam to Jacob F Gilbert,
lot 12,. block 3, Lents. April 12 1
George Tazwell, two-story dwelling, cor
ner Hood and Abernethy streets: $3000.
C. F. Gross, one and one-half story
house. Twenty-third street, between X
and York, $2200.
W. H. Calwell, aged 43, Gilliam County,
Olive M. Clay, aged 30; David G. Hughes,
40, t San Francisco, CaL, Catherine A.
July 14 Agnes M. Barnekoff, aged 48
years, 207 Pennoyer street; peritonitis.
July 14 Wllll&m P. Watson, aged 1
year and S months, 704 East Burnslde
July 14 John Eberhard, aged 7 days,
862 Chapman street; marasmus.
July 14 Henry P. Isaacs, aged 78 years.
Imperial Hotel; heart disease.
July 15 Albert M. Anderson, aged 8
months, 316 Russell street; cholera in
fantum. July 16 Marguerette Trieber, aged 5
months and 2C days, corner Eighth and
Foiling streets; cholera Infantum.
July J5 Lucy Lee Brown, aged 31 years,
Eddie Joyce, aged 8 years, 43 Fay street;
Rosle Myer, aged 15 years,. 67S& Second
Poisy Worthausky, St. Vincents Hos
Elvin Davidson, aged 1 vears. Z.,B&i
crftfi aveaus: raeistes.
TENNIS BtGlNS TODAY
TOUXtXAMEIST CONTESTS ALL DAY
OK MULTX03IAH 1TIELD.
There Will Be Sport In Three Courts
at the Snine Time Ont-of-Toivn
This morning at 10 o'clock Referee Joo
Smith will call the first matohos sched
uled for the tennis tournament, and from
that time on for four successive days
until the last ball Is smashed on Satur
day afternoon, Multnomah field will be
the scene of one continuous round of
tennis. Three courts will be kept going
constantly hi order to pull off all the
matches, and as the courts are situated In
different portions of the field. It will be
worso than a three-ringed circus for the
spectators If they desire to witness all
the games at once. A largo variety of
choice tennis will be offered the specta
tor. If he enjoys men's singles, he will
find a match on at the west end singles
court. If he cares for ladles' singles or
doubles, he should visit the newly con
structed court, near tho Exposition build
ing, while on the east court will be played
the men's doubles. .
Most of the out-of-town participants
will not arrive until this evening, and
their matches will not bo played until
tomorrow. The weedlng-out process will
commence today, and most of the pre
liminary and first-round matches will bo
finished during the day.
The schedule of games for today, as
outlined by the committee, is as follows:
10 A. M. Miss Goss vs. Miss -Cress,
court No. 1; Hunt Lewis vs. T. Kerr,
court No. 3; Mrs. Cook and Miss Senders
vs. Miss Hoisted and Miss Elmore, court
11 A. M. Andrews vs. Wlckersham,
court No. 1; Spadone vs. Simpson, court
No. 2; Bell vs. Carl Lewis, court No. 3.
11:30 A. M. Cheal and LaFarge vs. Ben
ham and partner.
2:3) P. M. Lothrop vs. Loiter, court
No. 1; Goss vs. Paget, court No. 2; Baker
vs. Sargont, court No. 3.
3.30 P. M. Miss Sendors vs. Miss Cook,
court No. 1; Andrews and Hunt Lewis vs.
McAlpln and Zan, court No. 2.
4:30 P. M. Lumgair vs. McAlpln, court
5:30 P. M. Glfford vs. Durand, court
No. 1; Gomph vs. LaFarge, court No. 2;
Cheal vs. Zan, court No. 3.
In the afternoon Mrs. W. H. Chapln,
assisted by Misses Loller, Sltton, ..Suther
land, Parker and Jeffrey, will serve re
freshments. EAST SIDE BOY'S SUCCESS.
Captured Scholarship Prise in Cali
fornia Other East Side Xevrs.
Richmond Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Enoch Turner, now of Stockton, CaL, but
formerly of Portland, In the recent com
petitive examination In civil government
and history In California, In the grammar
grades of the public school, was the
fourth highest, and was one among the
young men who were given a trip East
to Washington and other points. Mr. and
Mrs. Turner live In Stockton, Cal and
their son attonds the La Fayette school,
of that city. A San Francisco paper ot
tered as a reward for a certain number
receiving the highest in examination this
trip, with all expenses paid. Richmond
Turner received an ovation from the
teachers and pupils of tho school he at
tended, as they considered his success an
honor. Speeches were made and tho suc
cessful student was called on to respond.
Mrs. Turner, mother of Richmond, is a
daushtor of the late "Father" Clinton
Kelly, and she Is an Oregon pioneer and
a woman of talent The family moved
to California several years ago. The boy
Is 15 years old.
Kesotlntlns for the Park.
The special committee appointed by the
general committee of tho Ex-Soldiers' As
sociation, of Multnomah County, are ne
gotiating for the use of Hawthorne Park
for the annual reunion of old soldiers of
1900. The lessee, W. H. Schloy. has made
an offer, which Involves the payment of
10 cents admission to the grounds for
each day of the reunion for caoh person,
but he will assume all the expenses, and
all the association will have to do will be
to hold their exercises. Those favorable
to accepting the proposition say that It
will do away with the necessity of rais
ing a considerable sum of money with
which to meet expenses. This has been
found difficult to do In the past, but If
these terms are acceptable, no money will
have to be raised. If the park Is secured
there will bo a patriotic entertainment
every evening. However, there are sev
eral other places which are still open to
the committee, and which may be se
cured. The matter will bo settled very
To Gather Indian Relics.
The Alpha Archaeological Society has
just been organized by the young people
at Falrvlow, with the following officers:
President, Robert Hofer; Junior president.
William Crawford; secretary, Lucy T.
Hlggins; treasurer, Sylvester Hall; cura
tor, D. Dunbar. The Incentive to this
club was the lecture delivered at Fair
view by W. A. Raymond, In Memorial
Smith Church. He was formerly of tho
Oregon Historical Society. He had been
In the vicinity of the place and discov
ered that many curios and Indian relics
could bo gathered on Columbia Slough.
All along Columbia Slough may be found
Indian hammers, pestles and other arti
cles that have an Interest In reading the
past history of the Indians of this par
ticular section. A good many of the rel
ics in the fine collection of Drs. Dav and
C. H. Raffety were procured by Indian
John, on Columbia Slough, and from the
neighborhood of Falrview. The boys have
already gathered quite a number of these
specimens, and they were placed on exhl-
IF YOU HAVE NOT
YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE
From a small beginning the Kim
ball piano has grown to be not only
one of the best-known pianos
made, but its sale has reached a
point where It Is nearly double
that of any piano manufactured In
this or any other country. All this
has been accomplished, practically
speaking, within the past 10 years.
Not only this, but It has received
the highest testimonials from
many of the greatest vocalists and
pianists that the world has ever
Jiroduced, It Is In dally use in lead
ng schools and colleges, every
where, and has received highest
awards wherever publicly exhibit
ed. Chicago indicator.
We sell the Kimball Pianos, also
Chlckerlngs and Webcrs and sev
eral other fine makes.
IN OUR KEW MUSIC BUILDING-
351 WASHINGTON ST.
bltlon at the 'lecture, and were examined
by the audience. The society will proceed
w 1th tho collection of more of, the same
sort, and in the course of time will have
a large and valuable collection.
Jacob J. Hamblln Killed.
Jacob J, Hamblln, formerly a well
known resident of Pleasant Home and an
old soldier, was accidentally killed In San
Francisco a few days ago by being run
over by a locomotive. Hamblln was driv
ing a team and leading an extra palr"of
horses, and while trying to cross a rail
way track he was struck by a passing lo
comotive and Instantly killed. A bill
board so obscured the track that he could
not see the approaching engine. A few
years ago Hamblln moved to Pleasant
Home, in Multnomah County, with his
family. Here shortly afterwards he joined
the M. A. Ross Post, G. A. Pw, and
was an active and efficient member until
he moved away to California some time
ago. When ho first went to Pleasant
Home he moved on to a portion of what
is called the overlap railroad land, but.
fearing he would lose It, with what im
provements he might make, he moved to
San Francisco, with his family. Hamb
lln has a brother living at Pleasant Home
and also one In California. He was an
old soldier and fought In many of the
battles of the Civil War.
Enst Side Notes.
Miss Lela Hannlgan has returned from
a visit to her aunt. Mrs. E. Murphy.
MIbs Rush, of Lewlston, Idaho, who has
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
B. Williamson, left for Honolulu yester
Rev. W. O. Forbes, pastor of the Forbes
Presbyterian Church, Albino, left yester
day morning for the seaside, where he
will take his vacation
At the Swedish Lutheran Church, Rod
ney avenue and Stanton street, a mis
sionary service was held last evening.
There was quite a large attendance.
Rev. Ray Palmer, pastor of the Second
Baptist Church, started on his Eastern
trip" yesterday morning. Ho will be ab
sent till some time In September. He will
visit New York and other places.
People living along Mllwaukle street,
south from Division, are very anxious
that a street sprinkler should visit that
neighborhood occasionally. The dust
pours Into the houses and places of busi
ness at a fearful rate.
Dr. Wise, room 614, The Dekum.
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME
Do you know of a train outside of the
Northern Pacific's new "North Coast
Limited" that is wide vestlbuled from
end to end, electric lighted, provided with
an observation car carried at the rear end
of the train for 2000 miles. In which ladles
and gentlemen are surrounded with all
the comforts of modern civilization, 1. e.,
ladles' parlor, waiting room, library, ob
servation platform, gentlemen's smoking
room, card room, toilet rooms, barber
shop and bath room? Try the "North
Coast Limited." It runs dally and no
extra charge Is made for traveling on it.
WHERE TO DINE.
For that offish Summer feeling take
lunch at the Portland Restaurant, 305
Wash. Nothing else is just as good.
Jacob Doll Upright Piajto.
The latest improved. Acknowledged to
be best sold on easy installments. Pianos
rented, tuned and repaired at lowest
prices. H. Slnahelmer. 72 Third. Estab
They are the best Knabo pianos. They
have no equal. For sale only by tho
Wiley B. Alien Co., 2C9-211 First streot.
Muslin Underwear and Skirt Sale.
New York Mercantile Co., 205 Third.
"I really can't bruin to tell tho benefit
I derivjd fiom Hood's Sareaparllla," la
what many write.
Reduction sale of trunks and bags for
SO days at the Harris Trunk Co.
and Second Sts.
1 Iv I iL
K "Y S , V v ' "f
Is ideal for summer wtar became of its
extremely !Uht weight and construction,
which provides a ready means of escape
for pcnpiratlon and the vapors arising
from the heated body. Thtse proper
ties make "Aertex" Cellular Underwear
the most comfortable and healthful.
Illustrated cntalograe xvlth prices
applied on application.
Investigate the merit of "Aertex"
Cellular Underrrcar before purchas
ing Tour snpply.
For Sale by
MEIER & FRANK CO., Agents
No More Dread
cf the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND TILLED AB
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acltatific method Applied to tho mmi. No
slMp-jrroducInr xftatM or cocaine.
Thtto ftr the only' dental parlors In Port
land hxrlnff PATENTED APPLIANCES and
insrodlat3 to extract, fill and applr ffold
crowns and porcelain croirna cndetect&bta
from natural teeth, and warranted tor 10
years. WITHOUT THE LEAST PAIN. Full
sot of teeth, S5, perfect nt ruortmtetd or no
pay. Gold crowns. $3. Gold fllllnr. 51. sil
ver nlllnc i, G6c. All work .done by GRADU
ATE DENTISTS of from li to SO years' ex
perience, and each department in cnarge of a
specialist. Giro us a call, and 70a will find us
to do exactly as wa advertise. We wJll tell
you la advance exactly what your work will
cost by a FREE EXAMINATION.
SET TEETH .95.OO
GOLD CROWJfS ..fS.00
GOLD FILLINGS $1.00
SILVER FILLINGS JJ0
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Fourth and Morrison nts., Portland. Or.
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ta. First aY. Seattle. Wash.
309 Washington SI.
For a Pour-Pound Packago Cudahya
Pyramid Washing: Powder.
One-Pound Tin Can Schilling's Beat Japan
Box No. 1 White Macaroni.
Boiled Oats for 25 Cents.
Good Clean Rico for 51.00.
12 Cans Deviled Ham.
S Cans Condensed Cream.
Pound Fresh Boast Costa BJca Coffee.
Pound Hoffman House Java and Mocha
ALASKA INDIAN BASKETS
And Curios. Philippine Cloth aad Handker
chiefs. MRS. I. FROHMAN, 121' 13th St.
Karaoam BslL&Lor. &02&3ao &i, 303
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- We are allowing a discount of 20
per cent on all our Gentlemen's Trou
sers. The FAMOUS PARAGON PANTS -INCLUDED.
WAKE UP, WISE BUYERS! ,
We have placsd on our bargain coun
ters shoes suitable for the coast and coun
try wear in children's and misses' calf
skin and dongoia button, spring htet,
regular $150 and $2.00 shots for
Also, to close out, all our pointed toes
in shoes and Oxfords for
The prices on everything in our store
reduced during sale.
E. C OODDARD & CO.
124 First Street, Portland, Or.
Sealers In dynamoa and motors, direct or al
ternating current, now and eecond-hand. Also
fan and celllnc motors, telephones and sup
plies; armatures and fields rewound; hotue
Wlrlnff. When your electrical machinery needs
repairs call us up. Telephone Black 034.
nt? F T RPOVM :rK Aro ear disposes.
Uru L U UhU fill Marauam blc roonu S3C-7.
SUN SOON HUIE BnkskA?Ytftitu
has been sounded to all man
kind success unparalleled
history of light beverages has every
where marked the introduction of
"KlBffof all Bottled
It stands preeminent as the finest
bottled beer brewed in America,
and leads all others in annual
esportations to foreign countries.
TOTJXrO MEN troubled with nlxht
fulness, ayeralon to society, which deprive you of your manhood, UNFIT YOU
FOR BUSINESS OR MJUtRIAGB.
MIDDLE-AGED MEN who from exceasos and strains have lost their MANLY
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEA8E& Byphllis. Gonorrhoea, painful, bloody urine,
Olwt, Stricture, enlarged prostate. Sexual Debility, Varicocele, Hydrocele, JCldney
and Liver troubles, cured WITHOUT MERCURY AND OTHER POIRHMOUS
DRUGS. Catarrh and Rheuroat-sm CURED.
Dr. "Wajlcer's methods are regular and Bclentlflo. He uscb no patent nostrums
or ready-rr.de preparations, but cures the disease by thorough medical treatmont.
His New Pamphlet on Private Diseases sent Preo to all man who describe their
troubles. PATIENTS cured at home. Trms reasonable. All letters answered In
plain envelope. Consultation free and sacredly confidential. Call on or address
Doctor WoUcer, 132 First Bt Corner Alder, Portland, Or.
MEW GRIMES HOTEL
At Seaside, on Clatsop Beach,
Is provided tvitli tlie best of, everything wherewith to provide Its pa
trons. The only hotel that overlooks the raclfio Ocean.
E. M. GRIMES, Prop., Seaside, Or.
The Reliable Popular-Priced Clothiers
N. W. Cor. 3d and Morrison Portland, Or.
EQUIPPED FOR .
I of Work
O) end Prlcss upoa
The Dekum Building.
Full Set Teeth J5 w)
Gold Crowns S3 00
llrldjw Work S3 0O
Examinations frea .
Ttreth extracted abeo-
lutcly without pain.
Cor. Third und
TWENTY YEARS OF SUCCESS
In tho treatment of chronic diseases, such aa liver.
Jildncv and stomach dlsordors. constipation, diarrhoea,
dropsical swellings, Brlght's disease, etc
KIDNEY AND URINARY
Complaints, painful, difficult, too frequent, milky 99
bloody urine, unnatural discharges, speedily cured.
DISEASES OF THE RECTUM
Such as pllea, fistula, fissure, ulceration, mucous m4
bloody discharges, cured without the knife, p&ln cr
DISEASES OF MEW
Blood poison, pleat, stricture, unnatural losses, lm
potcrocy, thoroughly cured. No failures. Curea guar
emissions, dreams, exhausting drains, baah