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THE MORNING OHEGONIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1900.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Amusements Ton lark t.
AMBRY'S WINTER GARDEN (Third
Morrison streets) Concert nightly.
Train Deuited. Owinir to the steam
ship Thyra having run Into and damaged
the trestle of the Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad at Astoria Thursday morn
ing, that company's train due here at 10
P. M. Thursday night did not arrive until
1:10 A. M. yesterday. Some 400 passengers
-with their baggage had to be transferred
beyond the break In the trestle on a
barge. A steep gangway was rigged up
from the deck of the barge to the steps
o'f the train, up which only one could go
at a time,t and a woman with a baby or
two and a corresponding number of
satchels and bundles occupied some time
in getting into the train. It 1b not ex
actly pleasant being landed at the rail
way station at such an early hour as
1:10 A. M., but in this case it could not
be helped, and the railway company will
fence their right of way to prevent such
accidents In the future.
Dredge lie Working Order. The
dredge Portland, which has been at
"Wolff & Zwicker's Iron "Works since the
35th of August having a new pump put
In and undergoing a general overhauling,
is now ready for work again, and will
go down the river tomorrow to finish the
dredging at Reeders, which will be com
menced Monday. In additibn to having a
new pump installed, her engines have
been overhauled, a new suction pipe put
In, the tail shaft and cutter-head repaired,
the windlasses put to rights and the
speed gear, "which has been giving trouble,
repaired and strengthened. The tender
Wenona has been overhauled and painted,
and everything is now in good working
Change in Seaside Sckeduus of steam
er T. J. Potter. For the accommodation
of seasiders and for the return of beach
passengers, it has been decided to operate
the steamer T. J. Potter dally on the tol
lowing schedule, in effect to September 5:
September 1 - E:30 A. M. 6:00 P. M.
September 2 ....9:00 A. M. 6:00 P. M.
September 3 9:00 A. M. 6:00 P. M.
September 4 9:00 A. M. 6:00 P. M.
September 5 0:00 A. M. 6:00 P. M.
After September 5 such service a3 will
bo necessary to accommodate beach
R. Phtt.tp Gormtilit Dead. A tele
tram was received last night by Fred T.
J.Ierrill announcing the death of R.
Philip Gormully, of the Gormully & Jef
fery Manufacturing Company and the
American Bicycle Company. Mr. Gor
mully was one of the leading bicycle man
ufacturers of the -world. Mr. Merrill
states that in the loss of Mr. Gormully
the bicycle Industry and trade of America
has lost its smartest and best man. The
Fred T. Merrill Cycle Company's stores
In Portland, Spokane, Tacoma and Seattle
-will be closed up next Monday, the date
set for Mr. Gormully s funeral.
Sjaughter Begins Today. Gun deal
ers were kept busy yesterday hunting up
and cleaning up the guns of patrons
which have been left in their charge since
the end of the shooting season. The duck
shooting seasons begins today, and a great
number of sportsmen will leave for their
preserves this afternoon, and if all goes
well great will bo the slaughter of ducks
tomorrow. At a number of places tho
ducks have been fed for the past week
or more, and the sloughs and lakes are
said to be alive with young mallards and
wood ducks about fully grown.
Dog Licenses Now. Dog licenses under
the new schedule for the year are due
today. New books for keeping account
of the dog licenses paid have been pro
vided. In which the numbers for male
dogs run up to 23M and for female dogs
up to 530. There has been an unusual
rush of late to file applications for dog
license tags, and there has been no com
plaint in regard to the raise in the li
cense fee. Only one application has, how
ever, been filed for license for a female
dog. The new rate is $3 for male dogs
end $5 for female dogs.
Steamship Thtra Libeled. The . As
toria & Columbia River Railroad Com
pany yesterday filed a libel In the United
States Court against the Norwegian
steamship Thyra, to recover damages In
the sum of $750. It is complained that
the Thyra on August SO ran into the com
pany's trestle at Astoria, Inflicting dam
ages to the amount of 2500, and that by
reason of the damage to the trestle the
company was obliged to transfer pas
sengers and freight at an expense of $250.
They therefore ask for damages in the
sum of 5750.
Traveling Pioneer "Wat. Ellas B.
Penland, a prominent farmer of Linn
County, passed through Portland yester
day with his family on the "hurricane
deck of a farm wagon," destined for
Sherman County, by the Barlow Pass.
Mr. Penland has lands and harvests over
there to attend to, and so he combines
the picnic with business. He hurrlea
through Portland, saying it was alto
gether too crowded here to suit him.
The Columbia River Gorge. To the
awe-inspiring Columbia River Gorge and
the Cascades of the Columbia, and en
Joying the cool breezes and aromatic odors
of the pine woods, take the O. R. & N.
train from Tnlon Depot Sunday. A spe
cial Sunday rate of 50 cents for the round
trip to Bonneville is in effect. Tickets
good going on the morning train, leaving
at 9:15 A. M., and returning at 4 P. M.
Traveling Men's Last Meeting. There
will bo a meeting of all traveling men
at the Hotel Portland at 8:15 this evening
to make final arrangements for their
day at the Elks' Carnival. Every travel
ing man in Portland is requested to be
present, especially all those on the va
rious committees, as there are several
matters of importance to be disposed of
at this the final meeting.
Filed a Schedule. The Beaver Coal
Company, of Coos County, which was
thrown into involuntary bankruptcy a
short time ago on the petition of four
San Francisco creditors, yesterday filed
a schedule of their assets and liabilities
in the United States Court, as reaulred
by law. The liabilities amount to some
thing over SllS.OOO; nominal assets upwards
For the Hopfields. Tho steamer
Ruth leaves Ash-Street dock at 7 A. M.
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
for Oregon City. Butteville. Champoeg,
Rodger's Landing and Dayton. Hoppick
ers for any of the above points should
take the Ruth, as she is speedy and com
modious. For rates, Inquire at ticket of
fice, SO Third street, or at Ash-Streei
The Saturday afternoon Seaside Fiver
will make its last trip on Saturday. Sep
tember 1. The new time card of "the A.
& C. R. R. goes into effect September 3,
and thereafter the regular Saturday even
ing service out of Portland will be re
sumed, leaving Union depot at the usual
hour of 6:53 P. M.
Seaside House. Snend the last Satur
day and Sunday of the season at the
Seaside House, Clatsop Beach. "Weather
perfect. Each guest can have a front
room, facing as desired. Free ride from
station to hotel.
Hop-Pickers' Sundat Boat. As far
south as Newberg only. Stops at Wli
sonvllle. Boone's Ferry, Butteville and
Champoeg. Altona leaves Taylor street
at 6:45 A. M.
A. Feldenheimer has admitted his
brother Charles as a partner in the Jew
elry business, and the firm name will be
A. & C. Feldenhelmer.
Hoppickers "Wanted. Agent steamer
Bonita. foot of Washington street, Leaves
daily. 1:30 P. M.
Performing Lions every half hour,
afternoon and evening. New Musee, Sixth
street. 30 cents.
The finest stock of turkeys, geese,
ducks and chickens at Franklin-Barnes
Umbrellas Repairing and recovering.
Meredith's. Washlnston. bet. 5tlj and 6th.'
Oregon Mining Stock Exchange 10:30 A.M.
Duni,ap's Fall hats, Robinson & Co.
More Attachments. Several more at
tachment suits have been filed In the
State Circuit Court against the Central
Navigation & Construction Company,
and the new steamboat at the foot of
Mill street is now pretty well tied'up. The
boat, according to a statement In one
of tho complaints, was to be called tho
Klickitat. The total amount of the claims
is now about 415,000. Allen & Lewis filed
suit to recover $S25 for goods furnished.
J. T. Rorick has sued for $2414. Zeno
Lucas has filed a mechanic's Hen for
$334, and Charles F. Beebe & Co. have
commenced an action to recover $588. The
Oregon Telephone & Telegraph Company
began an action for $225 for telephone
services performed between Portland and
The Dalles. The Central Navigation &
Construction Company has been construct
ing a portage road at The Dalles, work
upon which was- recently stopped. A
number of these claims appear to be con
nected with The Dalles enterprise.
Free Museum Open Sunday. For the
benefit of a large class of people whose
business callings are such that they can
not conveniently visit the museum during
the regular hours, from 8 to 5 o'clock, on
week days, L. L. Hawkins has kindly
promised to bo in attendance next Sun
day and every Sunday thereafter until
after the Carnival from 2 to 5 P. M. En
trance on the Fifth-street side. AIL are
Oregon Historical Societt. The
rooms of the Oregon Historical Society,
top floor City Hall, northwest corner,
will be open today from 1 to 5 o'clock
P. M. Many Eastern visitors call on every
open day, and all express themselves as
much interested In the movement here
under way to save the records and relics
of Oregon's early settlement. Oregonlans
should be especially interested in this
"Brakeman Injured. Charles S. Ingle
rock, a brakeman on the Southern Pa
cific Railroad, was brought to the Good
Samaritan Hospital yesterday, having
met with an accident and sustained in
juries to his head. The injuries are not
thought to be of a very serious nature.
Inglerock was one of the Oregon Vol
Nataii Cadets Arrive. Wayne Osburn,
of Eugene, and John H. Blackburn, of
Portland, arrived on the O. R. & -N.
from the East yesterday. They belong to
the second class, and have spent the
Summer in hard work cruising along tho
Atlantic Coast. They will spend their va
cation visiting their parents and friends.
Humbert Memorial Service. Italian
residents of Portland will hold a memorial
service for their dead King, Humbert. A
meeting was held last evening to perfect
arrangements. ' Sunday was the day fixed
upon. An elaborate ceremony will be
carried out, which all Portland Italian
born residents will attend.
The First Presbyterian Church, Alder
and Twelfth streets. The pastor has re
turned from his -vacation, and will preach
Sunday morning on "Love's Way"; even
ing on "Jesus and a Lily." a vacation
afterglow. Music by quartet, under Ed
gar E. Coursen.
Back From Paris. Miss Sophie Rein
hart, head of Lipman, Wolfe & Co.'s
book department, returned yesterday from
the Paris exposition, just in time to rest
preparatory to seeing a more unique and
interesting If not so large, fair at home.
First United Presbyterian Church,
Sixth and Montgomery streets. Pastor
Huber Ferguson's topics tomorrow: At 11
A. M., "God's Workmanship"; at 7:45,
Sunday Boat to Oregon City Take
this trip and see the Pomona run the
Clackamas Rapids. Leaves Taylor street
at 10:30 A. M., 2 and 5 P. M. Round trip,
Accepted a Rectorship. The Rev. D.
C. Garrett this week accepted an election
to the rectorship of ZIon Church, Oconom
Cream Taffies Today Oniy.
Cream Taffies. 15c Per Pound.
Cream Taffies, Carroll's. 332 Wash.
DuNkAP's Fall hats, Robinson & Co. "
BAITQTJBT MUSIC HALL.-
Repainted and Decorated, Presents a
Most Attractive Appearance.
Made attractive and beautiful by artists
of ability, the Banquet Music Hall, north
west corner of First and Madison streets,
presents the appearance of a first-class
Eastern vaudeville palace. A. De Martini,
the manager, has not spared money to
make this place of amusement one of the
most attractive on the Pacific Coast The
interior is a blaze of light, reflected from
hundreds of Incandescent lights, which
bring out the bright coloring of the ceil
ing the walls and show off the hand
some windows made of cathedral glass.
First-class specialty performers follow
each other In rapid succession, so that a
dull moment Is unknown at this place of
amusement. Mr. De Martini knows how
to cater to the wants of the public, and
this Is one of the reasons why he has
succeeded in a field where so many others
have failed. The ceiling of the theater
Is a work of art from the brush of Ernest
Miller, an artist who has done some of
the best work now seen on the Coast.
Mr. Miller has been assisted by a corps
of able men, whose artistic taste will be
best appreciated after a thorough and
critical examination of the different land
scape scenes and harmonious blending of
colors throughout the Interior. The club
rooms upstairs are handsomely fitted up,
and nothing has been left undone that
can add to the comfort of the visitor. An
experienced chef Is always employed, and
the Banquet Music Hall is noted for the
palatable lunches served to all customers.
Visitors from out of town are assured
courteous treatment at all times, and the
stranger will find this a pleasant place
to while away an hour. Tonight a varied
and attractive programme will be carried
ouC with a vim and dash that will make
this opening one to be remembered by
the amusement-loving public. Everybody
is Invited to attend.
"A Circus Girl" Opens the Season To
Commencing Sunday, September 2, Ma
coy's comedians iu the laughable farce
comedy, "A Circus Girl," will commence
a week's engagement with usual mati
nees. This fun-provoking farce Is from
the pen of Sydney Grundy, and contains
all the humor of that popular author's
work. It Is In three acts, and the end
ing of the second act is said to be the
funniest situation ever Introduced upon
the stage. Miss Maude Sutton, as the
Circus Girl, is thoroughly at home, and
makes it go with a dash, that only a'
soubrette of her capabilities can. Promi
nent in the cast Is R. A. Graham, William
Dehlman, Russell Bassett, Miss Mai
Wells, Annie Mitchell, Irene Van and a
full supporting company. "A Circus
Girl" made a great hit in London and
New Tork, and the Macoy company claim
to have done an excellent business over
their entire route. They play here all
week, adding to the many other carnival
THE PRINCE OF WALES
Enjoys a Good Cljyar, and Would Buy
a Horace R. rfeliy if in Portland.
Handley sells the famous Horace R.
Kelly straight Havana cigars at two for
25 cents; other dealers sell the same
goods three for 50 cents. The smaller
sizes, sold by other dealers two for 25
cents, Handley sells for 10 cents straight.
All other standard brands at same cut
rates. Quit grumbling at the blanket
license, buy your cigars from us, and
you will save enough every year to pay
it. Tho Cut-Rate Cigar and News Stand,
Perkins Hotel building.
D. Goldberg, of Chicago, has opened a
sample-room at 215 Third street, corner
Salmon. Grand ODening Saturday, Sep
tember 1. A fine free lunch.
EVERYTHING F0R90 CENTS
WHAT ENTIRES CAKNIVAIi
SION WILL COST.
Bat 20 Cents Enables the Visitor to
See Everything; bat the Con
cessions. Tho man who enters the gate of the
Portland Street Fair and Carnival with
the intention of seeing the whole show
can do so for the sum of 90 cents. He
doesn't have to spend that much money
if he doesn't want to, and it is not ne
cessary for him to spend all of it In
any one day. But by parting with 90
cents he can see everything in the Fair,
including every sideshow on the grounds.
As has already been stated, the admis
sion to the main gate is 10 cents, and it
costs 10 cents more to get into the gor
The first 10 cents admits the sightseer
to the length of Sixth street from Yam
hill to Ankeny, in which are the Washington-street
pavilion and music-stand,
the woman's buildings, the industrial
building, the grain palace, the manufac
turers' building and all tho booths.
On tho midway, entrance to which can
be had for another 10 cents, a continu
ous performance will be given by a num
ber of specialists, who will keep the
public amused and take care that they
aro well satisfied. When the visitor has
seen everything here, he can elect which
of tho seven concessions he shall see, the
price of each of these being 10 cents.
It is probable that the majority of vis
itors will visit one or two sideshows each
trip, as such will be the extent of the
Fair that no one can hope to see it all
unless he travels through the grounds at
a record-breaking gait.
There is no doubt that every one "will
get his money's worth, for the long lines
of beautiful booths that have now begun
to receive their exhibits give ample proof
that the Fair will be a spectacle that
will long be remembered. Never before
In Portland have the merchants set to
work with such a determination to pre
pare for the eyes of their customers a
"feast that will be appreciated. Every
thing that one can think of will be ex
hibited, and such a display of the re
sources of the Northwest has never been
assembled before. There will be plenty
of music, and good music, everywhere.
There will be special features all the time,
grand parades, attractive programmes
and gaily-costumed men and women;
there will be a carnival excitement in tho
air that will carry people off their feet
and transport them wllly-nllly to the
fairyland that has been spread before
them, and as It costs only 10 cents to see
each cdhcesslon. and as each concession
will be a show In itself worth 50 cents
to see. It will be seen that the Carnival
committee has succeeded in preparing a
gigantic entertainment for a very small
Yesterday the exhibitors began install
ing their wares In their booths, and as a
result the gates were closed to the pub
lic. Another purpose is served by keep
ing people off the street, and that is the
enabling of the workmen to complete the
decorations, so that when the Fair is
opened It will burst like a vision on the
sight of the public. A good-sized army
of men Is now employed on and in tho
various buildings, and finishing touches
aro already being added to many build
ings and exhibits. Color is everywhere,
gay bunting being stretched in great
streamers from house to house, or floating
In long and beautiful pennants from the
forest of flagstaff's.
These are very busy days for the com
mittee, the busiest in fact that they have
had thus far. Thousands of details arise
all the time, and must bo settled at
once. Hundreds of visitors throng tha
headquarters, Intent on securing informa
tion regarding the Fair. Every one 's
impatient" for the opening day, and ex
hibitors are hurrying to get ready for It,
as the edict has gone forth that the Fair
must be complete In every detail before
the big gate swings open, and the gat
will swing open on time.
Sale o Seats for "The. Brownies in
The sale of seats for the engagement of
"The Brownies In Fairyland" began yes
terday morning at the Marquam box
office. There was a steady line of pur
chasers of seats, and the indication is
that the theater will be crowded at each
performance. The engagement at the
Marquam Grand will begin next Monday
evening and continue all week, with spe
cial matinees Thursday and Saturday.
This beautiful operetta will be brought
Intact from San Francisco, where It cre
ated a furore at the California Theater
during Its long run there recently. In
addition to the large professional com
pany employed In the production, at least
100 children are engaged locally. Two car
loads of scenery and effects are used.
50 CENTS IS ALL IT COSTS.
The O. R. & N. sells round trip tickets
to Bonneville for only 50 cents. These
tickets arc good going on the Sunday
morning train, leaving Union Depot at
9:15 A. M., and returning on train arriv
ing at 4 P. M. Sunday. Persons wishing
a delightful ride and magnificent scenery
should take advantage of this low rate.
Many persons keep Carter's Little Liver
Pills on hand to prevent bilious attacks,
sick headache, dizziness, and find them
just what they need.
"I was weak and weary, but Hood's
Sarcaparllla has made me strong and
dentist, room 815, Dekum
This season we secured commercial travelers' samples, representing
hundreds of styles. No two alike. The entire output of three of the largest
cloak manufacturers in the United States for 60c on the $1.
The purchase of these garments on such favorable terms enables us to
sell them for a less price than manufacturers' cost( thus guaranteeing to
you a big saving In your purchase besides tho satisfaction of knowing that
you have an exclusive style, no two being alike.
Travelers' sample garments are different from all others. They are the
advance styles for all those that follow. As a consequence, they are aa near
perfection as it is possible to make them as to style, fit and finish.
In justice to yourself you cannot afford to miss this sale. We wish par
ticularly to impress you witl the fact that these garments are not placed In
competition or are not to be compared with low-priced shoddy articles the
productions of sweatshops with no other end in view but cheapness.
In this sale as in everything else we do there is no jugglery resorted to,
such as "Special for this day only," in order to Influence a sale. The gar
ments are all marked down to the lowest notch and will be found in every
case lower in price than an inferior article can be had elsewhere.
In this collection of novelties are Golf Capes. Automobiles, Eton Jack
ets, Box Coats, etc., for Ladles, Misses and Children. Also Sealette Capes
and Jackets, Fur Capes, Astrakhans and Collarettes. This is by far the
greatest range every shown by any house west of New York.
. NOTE Extra Blzes In long black Tailor-made Capes, sizes 42 to 46 bust.
It Is to the most appreciative class of
Jiano buyers that the Chickering appeals,
t particularly caters to the taste that
is educated in the highest degree as to
what a superlatively fine instrument
should be. -
Tha Chickering piano Is the very finest
that the world produces, not in the gen
erally accepted meaning of 'that much
abused expression, but the BEST of the,
three or four old established makes that
impartial judgment places in a class by
themselves. Comparison with the other
two dozen "Bests" would be simply ri
diculous. Chlckerlngs cost more than the ordinary
pianos, but they are really worth more
than the difference.
Let us show you our superb assortment
of Chickering- pianos listen to the Chick
ering tone, at
ilers Piano House
IN OUR NEW -MUSIC BUILDING,
351 WASHINGTON STREET.
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. H. Brown, prop., 103 5th.
Everything first-class; service perfect.
E. House's Restaurant, 128 Third street.
Lemp's Oyster Parlors, 140 Sixth, near
Alder, Jerry Luslch, Manager.
Children admitted to musee, theater and
reserved seats for 10 cents. Let them go
and see tha lions today at Cyclery build
ing. Jacob Col I UprlGTht Pin no.
The latest Improved. Acknowledged to
be best sold on easy installments. Pianos
rented, tuned and repaired at lowest
prices. H. Slnsheimer, 72 Third. Estate
Portland's Leading 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.
Re Embroideries, fie Laces, 5c Sale.
New York Mercantile Co., 205 Third st
Special for Saturday and DInndny
Crosse & Blackwell's Lucca Oil. qts.,
65c per bottle: our Special Blend Coffee,
85c per pound; Celery Mustard, 15c per
bottle; Vermouth Champagne Cocktail,
pints $1.00 per bottle, regular $1.25; Cali
fornia Brandy, 75c per bottle, regular
$1.00; Almond Grater, $1.25, regular $1.75.
A Pictnre o Health.
The child who has been weaned and de
rives Its principal nutriment from the
many excellent Pure Food" preparations
such as are on sale at "Mayer's," will
grow up well, strong and good humored.
If you are wise you will Increase your
grocery bills and reduce your doctors' and
Relieve your eyes in every pos
sible way. Use glasses as soon as
any benefit may bo derived from
them. The most valuable ideas in
the construction of spectacles are
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 nave
made myself familiar with these
methods, and have the best Instru
ments 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 advice is youra in
every case. See me about it.
133 SIXTn STREET
Marquam Building, Rooms 300, 301, 302
DR. E C. BROWN
EYE AND EAR DISEASES.
Uxraium bis., room 020-T.
Grocers, 148 Third St. 0
. . INITIAL OPENING TODAY
T FROM $
iff P3.p- " 0
SCHOOLS ASD COLLEGES
OREGON COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY, CONSOLIDATED
(Member of National Association of Dental
Faculties.) Regular session begins Oct. 1, 1000.
For Information address Norrls It. Cox, D. D.
S., Dean, 214 Ablngton building-, Portland, Or.
The 12th year will open at 10 o'clock A. M.
Monday, September 17
Mr. "Wilson has returned, and will be nt tho
academy from 0 A. M. to 12 M and from 3
to G P. M. For catalogue, address.
PORTLAND ACADEMY. Portland, Or.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Reopens Sept. 27. Address Professor RICHARD
H. THORNTON, Brooko building:, 3G1 Wash
ington at.. Portland.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Fourteenth Annual Session begins October 1,
Address tho Dean. Profecsor S. E. Joseph!,
M. D., room 610 Dekum building. Portland.
A boardlne and day school for girls. The
thirty-third year begins September 17, 1900.
For circular, address M133 Eleanor Tebbetts,
Ph. D., PrlnclDal.
Portland Private School
301 Yamhill. Pupils who attend this school re
ceive a thorough, practical business education.
Teachers prepared for examination.
The Dekum Bulldlns.
Full Set Teeth tt.uO
Gold Crowns M.00
Bridge Work ...$5.Q0
Bixamlnatlona free .
Teeth extracted abso
lutely without pain.
Cor. Third and Washington.
C.T. PREHN, Dentist
Crown and bridge work. 131 Third at., near Al
der. Oregon Tel. Clay 893. Vitalized air for
Today is Fall Opening Day at the
Quality Store. We cordially invite our
patrons, friends and everybody to visit
our magnificenty equipped establish
ment and inspect at leisure our match
less Fall and Winter assortment of the
world's best in clothes for men and
pffce aorfm ffmrM&fmM2&
Cor. Fourth and
NORTHWEST ELECTRIC ENGINEERING CO.
Phone BInck 934124 First St.
Representing Northern Electrical and Mnfff.
Co.'s direct current lino of apparatus. War
ren Electric Mnfg. Co "s Induction type ot
alternator, electric mlno or railway locomo
tlves, ilalonoy Electric Co.'s strictly high
grade transformers, Robinson, Mjers 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 rowboats
on Shoalwater Bay. Special attention paid
to amusements. Livery, six horses; dairy,
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The "Kind You Have Always Bouglit has borne the signa
ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has fccen made under his
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
Just-as-good" are hut Experiments, and endanger tho
health of Children Experience against Experiment.
The Kind Ton Have Always Bought
In Use For Oyer SO Years,
THE CrflTAUH COM'UNY, TT MUWRAY 3TBZCT. NEW YOHK CITY
TOTJNG MEN troubled with night emissions, dreams, exhausting drain!, bash
fislnese, aversion to society, which, deprive you of your manhood, UNFIT YOU
MIDDLE-AGED MEN who from excesses and atrains havo lost their MANXi"2
BLOOD ANX SKIN DISEASES. Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, painful, Woody urlno.
Gleet, Stricture enlarged prostate.Soxual Debility. Varicocele. Hydrocele. Kidrey
nd Liver troubles, cured WITHOUT MERCURY AND OTHER FOTS--Ottt
DRUGS. Catarrh and Bbeumaiiam CURED. UU ,JJ
Dr. Walker's mefiods are regular and aclontlflc. Ho use no patent ncntruma
or rcg4y-made preparations, but euros the dljage.by thorough nodical treatment
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troubles. PATIENTS cured at home. Terms rcaeonable. All letters answered In
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Doctor "Wallcer, 1S2 First St., Corncir Alder, Portland. Or.
in the Northwest
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YEARS OF SUCCESS
o BOING F1HST.CLAS3 Z
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In the treatment of chronic diseases, such aa liver,
kldnoy and stomach disorders, constipation, diarrhoea
dropsical swellings. B right's disease, etc.
XIDiNEY AND URINARY
Comolalnta, painful, difficult, too frequent, mllkv c3
bloody urine, unnatural diocharees, speedily curedl
DISEASES OF THE RECTUM
Such as plica, fiBtuIa, flaaure. ulceration, mucous anA
Woody dlichargea, cured without the knife, pain r
DISEASES OF MEN
Blood poison, elect, stricture, unnatural losses, la
potency, thoroughly cured. No failures. Cures suar-anteod.