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3HE JI03rar QKEG0m'&8, TBXTRB&AY, STJGTjeE SO,, 1900".
CITY EWS IN BRIEF
kXTSSTTE "WCCTER GARDEN (Third
itarUoa siret Concert nightly.
pHiOTED "WSthoitt Xscen-se. R. C B.
Eckwarts, flrst officer of the steamer City
of Nome, -was brought here from Puget
Sound yesterday TY Deputy "United
St&tes Marshal, bavinir been arrested on
a warrant issued by Judge Bellinger on
information filed by United States At
torney Halt. It Is charged that Schwartz
in February lost acted as pilot on the
steamer Majjgle plying on the Bluslaw
Jttver Bar without having been licensed
by the United States local inspectors, and
contrary to law. The information was
flled several months ago, and the war
rant was first sent to Saa Francisco for
service, but Mr. Schwartz was not to be
found there, and he has not been "con
nectable" until he arrived at Seattle from
JCome on the steamer City of Nome. Ko
cays that he was told that as ho was
familiar with the mouth of the Sluslaw
he did not need a pilot's license, but
the inspectors say that he was not qual
ified to act as pilot at the Sluslaw on
account of his having been absent from
there for some time. The worst feature
of the case is that the steamer Haggle
was lost whllo in charge of Schwartz.
Be was released Testerday on his own re
cognizance. Steamboat Race. A report from As
toria states that the steamer Lurllne
arrived there yesterday afternoon wear
ing a broom, and her captain and crew
trreatly elated on account of Staring beat
en the Hassalo three minutes from Port
land to St. Helens. The boats left Port
land at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening; an
St is said raced guard and guard to the
mouth of the Willamette. At Linnton
the Hassalo tried to shake the Lurllne,
but, as the crew of the l.urllne say,
Hound that she was going to get away,
bo the Hassalo hung to her to the mouth
of the river. On entering the Columbia
the Lurllne, it is asserted, pulled away
from the Hassalo and got Into St. Helens
three minutes ahead of her. On this ac
count the Lurllne hoisted the broom. The
O. R. & N. people say there was no race.
It has been some time since there has
been any racing on the Columbia, and if
there is to be a test of speedgbetween
any of the boats, it would be Just as well
to do it when there are no passengers
Death: Dub to Accident. A circuxn
etance connected with the death of Mrs.
Fremont Woodworth has been reported
to the Coroner, which seems to strengthen
the theory that her death was accidental.
When Mrs. Woodworth died, a snapped
cartridge was found in tho pistol, which
made the suicide theory appear tenable,
on the ground that it showed deliberate
intent to take her own life. Testerday
the lact came to light that the cartridge
liad been snapped by Mr. Woodworth's
brother, to whom the pistol belonged,
and who has been in'Tacoma since three
days before the accident. A letter from
blm states that in cleaning the revolver
ho snapped a cartridge, left the trigger
down, and placed it under the mattress in
tho room, where it was presumably found
by Mrs. Woodworth in the course of her
household duties. The revolver was self
cocking;, and in some accidental manner
the trigger is supposed to have become
caught, and the fatal bullet discharged.
REGisTERiKa is Satisfactory-. The
plan recently adopted at tho Portland
Library of allowing subscribers to regis
ter applications for books they desire
to secure Is found to give general satis
faction. Quite a number of applications
have been filed, in some cases over a
dozen for a book. Of course, the books
In greatest demand are new novels, but
Romo applications are filed for books on
history and books which have been sev
eral years in the library. Those for which
tho largest number of applications have
been filed are: "Unleavened Bread,"
"Elizabeth and Her German Garden,"'
"Conspirators," "In Connection With the
De Willoughby Claim," "Reign of Law."
"Robert Tourney." "McLoughlln and Old
Oregon." It need not be supposed that
all who have applied for "Unleavened
Bread" are eaters of salt-rlslncr or sour
dough bread, or people who cannot make
o satisfactory breakfast without hot bib
cult or hotcakes.
Rati. Car Jumps the Tkack. The gang
of men, mostly Italians, employed In lay
ing the street-railway track on the exten
sion of Corbett street met with a rather
unpleasant adventure the other day. The
track is laid from Hamilton avenue across
the bridge over the deep gulch north of
the Terwllligcr place. The rails are de
livered at Hamilton avenue and are taken
from thore to the "rail head" on a track
laying car over a down grade and around
a curve. The men had loaded this car
with rails and started down the grade,
the brake being barely capable of re
straining the car, and when it struck a
place on the track where some grease
had been spilled It "took the bits in its
teeth" and ran down around the curve,
jumped off at the end or the track and
vent down the embankment, sending tho
men flying in all directions. The car was
"all broke up." but the men, strange to
say, escaped with only bruises.
Gake Out or Season. Game Wardens
Qulmby and Prettyman, armed with a
search warrant which, however, they
had no occasion to show, made a search
of several hotels, restaurants and clubs
Tuesday afternoon looking for persons
who wore, violating the game law by
having upland game birds In their pos
session. They arrested the proprietors of
the Louvre and the Barnes market, who
wero found to have grouse, pheasants,
quail and ducks in their possession, some
dressed ready for cooking and some with
the feathers on. Several other places
were searched, where no game was
found. The persons arrested were ar
raigned in the Police Court yesterday,
but not being ready .for trial their cases
wore postponed until Tuesday, when they
"will be decided. Mr. Quitnby Is bound to
keep up his search after violators of the
game law until he has put a chock to
shooting oat of season.
Invention- That Saves HcmsnrcxsH
Quite a crowd watched the workings ot
the steam excavator on Stark street, near
Sixth, all day yesterday. Charles Cook,
the inventor, thinks It saves tho labor of
3) men. and as he has no patent on Jt.
any one can u?e it. The dirt Is Dlowed
up In the vacant lot. so as to loosen It
for two scrapers worked on wire cables
by a donkey engine. One ot the scrapers,
filled with earth, approaches the huge
frame while the other Is hauled back
empty. Tho Inventor says the machine
"was put up to save horseflesh, as much
as anything else, as horses hauling in
the soft earth soon got very tired. He
thought 181 yards of earth were moved
yesterday to the premises of tho Standard
Oil Company, on the East Side. Seven
teams were used, and six men were em
ployed about the Stark-street lot.
Chanor in Seaside Schedule of steam
er T, J. Patter. For the accommodation
of seasidors and for the return of beach
passengers, it has been decided to operate
the steamer T. J. Potter dallv on the fol
lowing schedule, in effect to September 5:
Augustus 7:S0A.M. 450P.M.
August 29 7.30 A. M. 5:00 P. M.
August 3 S:M A. M. 15:00 P. M.
August a S.-00 A. M. S:M P. M.
September 1 E:S9A.M. 6-00 P.M.
September 2 $X$ A. M. G.-OJ P, M.
September 3 S-WA.M. 6K0P M.
September 4 S.-00A.M. 6:fOP. M.
Septembers :WA.iI. 6:00 P.M.
After September S such service as will
be necessary to accommodate beach
Merchants' hot lunch at Cafe Royal.
Chamber f Cemmcrce, room 30, discon
tinued September 1 to 35.
Sktxribkcbb saleswomen wanted for
Clove defMu-ttnoat. Lipman. Wolfe & Co.
FUBntt ot boxwood at Standard Box
Factary, 51 SO per load.
M E. B. A., No. L Special meeting
Miscsikg the MahA Eastern dealers
in Peter Funk Jewelry bare lately been
getting ahead of the Fostofflce Depart
ment in a rather Ingenious way. They
send packages of their goods to large
numbers of people here and probably to
other cities all over the country without
having been requested to do bo. In these
packages are cheap "handy pins" and
other trinkets of little value, and in
closed in the packages was a statement
that the goods were wonth a dollar, and
the party receiving them could keep them
by transmitting DO cents. A few persons
take the packages from the office, but
the, majority refuse them. Recently
Postmaster Croasman had some -SO such
packages on his hands, and he wrote to
the company sending them out to send
stamps for their return. He received a
reply directing' him to send the packages
to tho dead-letter office, -from whence
they would be returned to the owner free.
Mr. Croasman has written to tne depart
ment to see If some way cannot be de
vised to circumvent these fellows. It is
not a proper thlnr that the postal fa
cilities furnished by the Government
should be used to exploit the trade In bo
gus Jewelry, and the Postofflce officials
all over the country put to no end of
trouble with their trash, and then most
of it be returned to them free of expense.
Off ron, Stanford Untversitt. Tues
day evening the members of Psl Chapter
of the well-known High-School fraternity
of Gamma Eta Kappa, gave a farewelt
reception to Gordon W. Edwards! one of
tho members who leaves Portland tonight
for California, where he wilt enter Stan
ford University next Monday. Edwards
is one of the charter members, and took
a leading part In the organization of Psl,
which was installed In the Portland High
School January d, 1839. The other charter
members of Psl are Harry Nlcolal, Clyde
Ryan. Chester Bewail and Robert vvena
llng. From time to time initiations have
been held, much to the edification of the
members, and the roll of the chapter has
17 names at present. The Gamma Eta
Kappa fraternity was organized In San
Francisco by Reginald H. Webster, Su
perintendent of Schools in the City and
County of San Francisco. The fraternity
has chapters in the following cities: San
Francisco, Stockton, Oakland, San Jose,
Los Angeles, -Santa Cruz, Fresno. San
Bernardino. Riverside and San Diego,
CaL; Denver, Colo., and Portland.
Marine Engineers at Banquet. A re
ception and banquet was given by the
Marino Engineers' Beneficial Association
to George Uhler, the National president
of the order, at the Hotel Portland last
evening. The attendance numbered about
SO persons, comprising, besides the hon
ored guest, the engineers, their wives,
daughters and sweethearts, and the time
was most enjoyably spent. President
Uhler is making his annual tour through
out the United States, and arrived in
Portland Friday last, coming by way of
San Francisco and Seattle. From here he
goes to the Great Lakes. The Marino
Engineers' Beneficial Association has for
its purposes the elevation of the craft,
protection, social features, and there Is
a funeral fund. The organization In this
city was perfected in 1583. There is a
lodge also at Astoria and one at Marsh
field. The committee in charge of the
function consisted of W. H. Marshall, J.
W. Collyer and Arthur B. Andrews.
Extension of Street - Car Like. Tito
grade for the extension of the Willam
ette Heights line of the Portland Railway
Company has been finished and ditched
1D03 feet north of the present terminus,
and the work of laying track will begin
just as soon as the Iron arrives In Port
land, which will be some time within a
month. The grade has been nearly fin
ished nearly 1200 feet farther, and It will
not be long before the line is built the
whole of the 2400 feet. The new line runs
along a sldehlll. which affords a splen
did view of Guild's Lake and the pretty
oak-covered peninsula which extends into
It, as well as the Willamette and Lho
mountains of the Cascade Range. It will
also give the finest view of Mount Rainier
to be had around Portland.
New Opponent for Tost. Charles
Tost, of Portland, and Tom Tracey, or
Australia, are billed for a boxing exhibi
tion in this city on Wednesday night,
September 5. Tracey pomes hero from
San Francisco, where he has appeared In
several Interesting bouts with the Califor
nia mlddlewelghts, and while there fully
upheld the high reputation that preceded
him from'Australli. Tost has yet to be
defeated. He Is young and strong, a good
hard scrapper, and has always been favor
ably received by local sports. Tost's re
cent good showing against the seasoned
fighter Purtell, in Astoria, has sent his
stock soaring. Next Wednesday night's
fight will be a good one.
Resting Place for Visitors. Country
visitors to Portland during the Street
Fair will find a place of rest when weary
at the Free Library, in the City Hall,
where they will be able to find papers
from every part of tho state. The Free
museum in tho same hulldlnr will also
attract many, and will bo found well
worth visiting. If possible, the elevator
in .the City Hall will be run during the
Fair, but whether this can be arranged
for or not is not certain. If tne elevator
were operated by hydraulic power it
could be used at any time, but it has
been disconnected from the steam boilers,
and It will be considerable trouble to re
new the connection.
Will Serve LuNCires-At the meeting
of the Oregon Emergency Corps and Red
Cross Society held In the Armors yes
terday morning It was voted to servo
lunches during the Carnival weeks, be
ginning Tuesday, September' t, and the
president. Mrs. K. E. Jones, appointed the
necessary subcommittees to carry out the
details of the work. A large tent will
be erected at the nortneast corner of
Seventh and Alder streets. In which the
lunches will be served. The women of
the Emergency Corps will make a spe
cialty of providing plain, substantial
meals of good home-made cooking, and
during the week will sell fine home-made
Work on Drainage Canau The sec
tion of the drainage tunnel startihg from
reservoir No. 4 has been connected with
tho section started from shaft No. IS,
and the length of tunnel now completed
is 435 feet. A Ttew section will be started
from shaft No. 2 some SX) feet above the
present end of the tunnel. It is Intended
to complete something over 1100 feet of
tunnel this Fall to reach the main body
of water to be drawn off, and It may be
necessary to run out short spurs from
this point to tap other deposits of water"
which help in causing the hillside to
Want Dogs Numbered. Requests for
dog license tigs of certain numbers are
still being filed with the City Treasurer,
who has now some 25 such applications
on his list. One man yesterday applied
lor tag No. 1SSS, the number his dog wore
last year. J. F. Wilson, of Albino, has
made a special request for tag No. IS. He
evidently has a spite against his dog and
proposes to get even on him by attach
ing this unlucky number to him. This
is playing it low down on the Innocent
and unsuspecting animal.
Charged With Assault. Felix EI-
llnger, an East Side shoemaker on Union
avenue, between Russell and Knott
streets, was arrested yesterday on the
complaint of Bert Huston, of G59 North
Union avenue, charging Ellinger with
committing an assault with a dangerous
weapon. Huston arers that Elllngar
chased him down Union arenue with a
long open knife in his hand, with which
he committed the assault. The case
will be heard in the Municipal Court
The North Pacific Dental College. Fif
teenth and Couch streets, is now open.
Persons in moderate circumstances can
have teeth filled, artificial teeth inserted
and all other operations In the mouth free
of charge, except a small fee to cover
cost of material.
Hop-Pickers Wanted. Agent steamer
Bonlta, foot of Washington street. Leaves
dally 1P.M. and 1:50 P. M.
Performing Lions every half hour,
afternoon and evening. New Musce, Sixth
street. 10 cents.
Oregon Mining Stock Exchange, 10.30.
Beach Canes. The bundles of -peeled
shrubs and the 'nurnpers jof grotesquely-'
carved saplings intended for canes which
are brought home by people returning
from the coast indicate that many persons
down by the .sounding sea are hard
pressed for means of killing time. The
canes and the peeled bushes -are things
of beauty and a joy for but a day, and
then they are placed where they will do
tho most good in the stove. Persons are
coming la dally from all the beaches,
and the contingent arriIng from Nome
beach is not among those least glad to
be at home again. The days are grow
ing short at Nome, and since the rains
began there the roads are covered with
a foot or more of mud of the consistency
of porridge, and everything, which moves
is smothered with the nasty mess.
Where Living- is Cheap. A. B, Cra
mer, a wood-dealer of Forest Grove, who
was in Portland yesterday, said he
thought Forest Grove was the cheapest
town in America to live in. "Good fir
wood," he said, "is only $2 a cord, and a
six-room house can be rented for $6 aj
month. Vegetables are so abundant that
you can get them at your own price, but
fresh meat, of course, is regulated by
Ihe price paid in Portland."
To the Hopfields. A crowd of men,
women and children arrived hero yester
day from Vancouver, Wash., bound for
the hopfields up tho Willamette Valley.
They take one of the boats for Salem
here and get off njt various points alpng
the river. The rush for the hopfields is
now fairly on, and It Is likely to prove
more satisfactory to all concerned than
the rush to Nome.
'BROWNIES" ON THE WAY.
They Will Make a Weelc's Visit In
the City ot Portland.
Never before has an entertainment been
offered to the public possessing such a
both old and
young as Is
right of "The
throu gh out
the world, and
It is hardly
Millions of lit
tle ones wait
each new ex
ploit of the
anU their in
In these fun
ers Is liberally
hared by the
In tho con
tion the au
thor has nat
duced all tho
well - known
is a first-class
a aii i in two acts.
p-psAjfeci the music b6;
J? K w t$!!yi$n ine originally
u ft yfc5l composed for
the play by ,
Wh e r ever
been given it
has met with
unb o un ded
as nearly 200
the event will
be one long to
be r e m e in
hered. The piece will abound in songs,
dances and specialties. Tho Brownies
drop In on the Fairies, hanging to an im
mense parachute, and the scenic effects
generally are said to be surprisingly good.
The Brownie Dude, German, Irishman,
Eskimo, policeman, twins, poet, Indian,
and, In fact, all of the droll little band,
will be strongly In evidence. This- Is tho
same production that has created such a
furore in California, and is being carried
intact to Portland by S. H. Frledlander
& Co. There will be matinees Thursday
and Saturday. Reserved seat sale begins
Friday morning at 10.
Charles Ij. Brovrn to Direct "A Cir
cus Girl" Opens Sunday.
Manager Jones has secured Director
Charles L. Brown for the Metropolitan
orchestra, which Is a guarantee' that the
orchestra will be the best In the city,
as Mr. Brown's musical association in
Portland has been of such a very ex
tensive nature, being director of the Sym
phony orchestra and prominent in all
musical circles. Master Frankle RIchter,
the blind boy pianist, will he the pianist
and a very strong feature in the orches
tra. "A Circus Girl" will open the season
next Sunday, and run all the succeeding
week. The box-office will open Friday
morning, when tho seats will be placed
te- -J 4F
DURING THE CLOSING DAYS OF OUR
If you are interested in values impossible to get
elsewhere or at any other time. Then See us al
once. On Tabic Linens, Lace Curtains, Cheniiie
Portieres, Stand, Sideboard, Lunch, Breakfast or
Tray Cioths, we are headquarters.
It matters not whether you are a judge or
not we protect you in price and quality. Call
Slxty-serea thousand, two hundred and
eighty-one that is tho number of a piano
In our store, one ot the finest upright
pianos that lias ever been offered for sale.
It is a Kimball. Jn fanciest selected, beau
tifully dappled English oak case Its tone
is superb, Its action delightful we would
like to have you see it and tost Jt, and
find fault with It. If you can.
Right here in town is an old-fashioned
looking Kimball that has been used for a
freat many yearb and Is In dally use to
ay. It Is number S7. More than sixty
seven thousand Kimball pianos have been
made and sold since this little old Kim
ball was made, and still number 87 Is a
fine piano, in point of tone and action.
One of the most essential features of a
Kimball piano is its great durability. We
sell Kimball pianos vast numbers of
them prices are right.
35! WASHINGTON ST.
GOOD AS THE NAME.
The Lillian Russell Clear, Sold by
Handley & Co. for 5 Ceuts.
When so many poor brands of cigars
are on the market. It is a pleasure to be
able to secure a Lillian Russell at 5 cents.
This cigar is equal to most 10-cent goods.
Prices will not be raised at Handley's
during the Carnival. All standard brands
at cut rates. The Cut Rate Cigar and
News Stand, 291 Washington, Perkins Ho
WHERE TO DINE.
The best restaurant In the city, without
any doubt, is the Portland, 305 Washing-,
ton, opposite Olds & King.
First-class meals, popular prices. Per
kins Rest., D.t H. Brown, prop., 103 5th.
Everything first-class; service perfect.
E. House's Restaurant, 128 Third street.
H C. Brandes, 145 First, serves oysters,
steaks and chops, lunches and dinners.
Housekeepers, are you fully supplied
with table linens, napkins, curtains, blan
kets, and quilts; lunch, stand, sideboard,
and tea cloths? If not, see us during the
closing days of midsummer sale. McAllen
& McDonnell, corner Third and Morrison.
Wonderful child violinist and the Span
ish and American war scenes are tomong
the hew attractions now added to 'the
programme at new miisee and raudevitio
theater. Admission. 10 Cents.
Free Metbodlst Cnmpmcetlng.
The annual campmeetlng of the Freo
Methodist church opened yesterday
in tho Ladd tract on East Stark
and East Thirty-fourth streets. It
will continue till Sunday, Septem
ber 9. A number of tents hae
already appeared. Services will be
held in a large assembly tent. Rev.
William Pierce and wife, of California,
will be present and assist in the services.
Rev. H. V. Haslem, of the East Side
church, is assisting' in the meetings.
Jacob Doll Vprisht Piano.
The latest Improved. Acknowledged to
be best sold on easy installments. Pianos
rented, tuned and repaired at lowest
prices. H. Slnsheimer, 12 Third. Estab
Portlnnd'a Lending? Music Dealers.
The oldest and largest general music
store In the Pacific Northwest. Pianos
and organs; wholesale and retail. The
Wiley B. Allen Co.. 211 First st.
Sc Embroideries, 5c Laces, Co Sur
New Tork Mercantile C6., 205 Third st.
Believe your eyes In every pos
sible way. Use glasses as soon as
any benefit may be derived from
them. The most valuable Ideas In
the construction of spectacles ivre
but a few years old. The most val
uable methods and Instruments of
the present day for the examina
tion and correct diagnosis of vis
ual Imperfections have been given
to us within a short period. I naVo
made myseir familiar with these
methods, and have the best Instru
ment In my possession. Accuracy
in fitting the face with the proper
frame Is as Important as the fit
ting: of the lenses. It requires skill
and experience. I HAVE BOTH.
Safe, honest advlcfe Is yours in
every case. See me about it
133 SIXTH StaEKT
Seaside, Clatsop Co.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR AROUND
Hot salt water baths In house.
MRS. L. A. CARLISLE, Proprietor.
At the 0
Our Grand Opening
Autumn and Winter
Apparel for Men and Boys
leti's Clothing Department
'AH the new features of fit, style, trimming and finish arc in our suits and over
coats for men. Our stock is the largest ever shown in the Northwest both in
variety of patterns and in range of price.
A plentiful variety of the most tasteful, inexpensive and dependable clothes for
boys of all ages can be seen in our peerless juvenile department.
You'll find everything you want in fashionable furnishings here,
styles are all in, and prices are down to the common level.
Latest Pall blocks
Sole Agents for Brokavv Bros.
Largest Clothiers In the Northwest
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
OREGON COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY, CONSOLIDATED
(Member of National Association of Dental
Faculties ) Regular session begins Oct. 1, 1000.
For information address Norrls B. Cox, D. D.
S., Dean, 214 Ablngton building. Portland, Or.
The 12th year will open at 10 o'clock A SI.
Monday, September 17
Mr. Wilson has returned, and will ba at the
academj from 0 A. M. to 12 M., and from 3
to G P. M. For catalogue, address.
PORTLAND ACADEMY;. Portland. Or.
UNIVERSITY" OF OREGON
Beopens Sept. 2T. Address Professor RICHARD
H. THORNTON, Brooke building, SCI "Wash
ington st., Portland.
A boardlnt and day school for girls. The
thirty-third year begins September 17, 1000.
Tor circulars, address Miss Eleanor Tebbetts,
Ph. D Principal.
Pacific College, Newberg, Or.
Tenth year opens Sept. 19. Excellent ad
vantages ottered to those who deslro to do
regular college work In the regular courses.
New classes will be formed to meet the needs
of those who wish special or reviow work.
Classes In bookkeeping will be organized at
the first of each term. The student comes In
contact with tho best influences, and his train
ing is careful and guarded. Expenses low.
Address President of Pacific College.
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY
BOARDING AND DAT SCHOOL FOR OIRL9.
42D SCHOIjASTIC TEAR.
Course of studies. Collegiate, Academic,
Grammar School and Primary.
Studies will bo resumed 'Wedne'das', Septem
ber 5, 1900. Catalogues sent on application.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Fourteenth Annual Session begins October 1,
Address the Dean. Professor S. E. Joseph!,
M. D., room CIO Dekum building, Portland.
Portland Private School
311 Tamhill Pupils who attend this school re
ceive a thorough, practical business education.
TeacHcrs prepared for examination.
The Dekum Bulldlns.
Full Set Teeth.... . ?3 W
Gold Crowns fl 00
Bridge TVcrk $3.00
BjiBminatlons fre .
Teeth extracted abso
lutely without pais.
Cor. Third and "Washlneton-
i v Ken n5uentisi
....m. A lArck mmlr- ?1 Thil .yah.. At
der. Oreron Tel. Clay 8S3. Vitalized air for J
painless extracting.. J
i HATTERS ft
A i i
in Derbys and Fedoras arc
ALL ARE INVJTED
NORTHWEST ELECTRIC ENGINFG CO.
Phone Black 934124 Fl. t.
Representing Northern Electrical and Mnfg.
Co.'s direct current lino of apparatus, War
ren Electric Mnfg. Co 's Induction type ot
alternator, electric mine or railway locomo
tives, Maloney Electric Co.'s strictly high
grade transformers, Robinson. Mers Co. cell
ing fans, Emerson Electric Mnfg. Co.'s desk
fans, Chicago Telephone Co.'s phones. All
Tioga, Long Beach, Wash.
In connection launch, sail and row'boals
on Shoelwater Bay. Special attention paid
to amusements. Livery, six horses; dairy,
E. & W.
Lock Front Collars.
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