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THE MOTCNING OREGONIAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1901.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
psSSH. PRAOT-aiaUnee and evening.
Eugenic Blair la "A Lady o Quality."
C?Sm ats THEATER Washington Street)
aiaunee and evening, "The Eleventh Hour."
MmJm0L1JAN THEATER (Third Street)
Jaaunee and evening, "Uncle Tom's Cabin."
TTNi-wrur. to Knj, Ducks. Under the
? , ' wWck as enacted by tho recent
egislaturo and became effective yester
fy' ,duck fihooUne Is prohibited after
-ftiarcn 1, thus cutting the open season
snort 15 days. The close season now ex
tends from March 1 to September 1 In
stead of March 15 to September 1. as here
tofore. Express companies and duckhunt
ers and shippers have kept Game "Warden
Qulmby busy for the past day or two
answering questions. It was found that
a considerable shipment of ducks had
been made from Klamath Falls and there
was much interest to know what would
be done about It, as the ducks could not
Bet on the market before the law went
Into force, though they started while the
old law was In effect. The Game "Warden
has concluded not to Interfere with the
open sale of this lot. because the shipper,
acting in good faith, really started his
birds to market before the new law went
into effect, and presumably before he
had knowledge that the Legislature had
acted on such a bill. But Mr. Qulmby
says that ho will strictly enforce the law
hereafter, all persons having due notice
now of the limit of the new measure. He
wishes especially to warn the hunters
who are preparing to shoot ducks tomor
row. Abstracted Another's Letter. Dep
uty United States Marshal Morse yester
day brought down from Albany Charles
Haines, a lad ,of 14 or 15, arrested on the
rather serious charges of taking a letter
belonging to another out of the Albany
postofflce, taking from It a money order,
forging an Indorsement on It, and en
deavoring to collect it. The lad appears
to have no conception of the enormity of
his offense. The boxes in tho Albany
postofflce are furnished with combination
ocks and many of them when closed hast
ily do not lock. In this way the boy
was enabled to take the letter out of the
box, and, on Uncling a money order in it,
he endeavored to collect it. The boy is
In the County Jail, but just what action
will be taken In his case Is not known.
It does not appear that he is vicious or
depraved, and this offense is the result
of childish folly and Ignorance. Probably
if the case had been fully understood, the
matter might have been arranged with
out the boy being arrested. His parents
are respectable people and there appears
to be no disposition on the part of the
authorities to prosecute the lad severely.
Drag-Net roit Barkers. "Before long
there will be a shake-up among the touts
and barkers who are on duty for question
able boarding-houses at depots and
steamboat landings," said an officer of
the Law Enforcement League yesterday.
"Many complaints are made in regard to
the practice. The barkers are generally
loud-voiced men. and they yell about firsts
class rooms and meals for two-bits each,
until young men and women, perhaps
come to Portland to look for a position,
are beguiled and soon part with some of
their scanty earnings to have their bag
gage sent up. Arrived at the house, the
victims too often find they are suddenly
cast with vicious people, and sometimes
have not the moral courage to withdraw.
Many young men and women have taken
first steps in sin by meeting with these
moral degenerates. Too many hackmen,
baggage-movers and barkers are engaged
In this conspiracy for gain at the expense
of decency. Our small police force is not
sufficient to detect the guilty ones."
Will Test His Case. County Commis
sioner Steele, who was legislated out of
office by the act which was passed re
storing Judge Cake to his former place
on the Commissioners' Board, evidently
does not Intend to surrender the place
without a struggle In the courts. The
terir, for which ha was elected expires in
July, 1902. Speaking upon the subject
yesterday, Mr. Steele said: "The Legis
lature didn't put me there, and the Legis
lature cannot put me out. If I have done
anything wrong, I am responsible to tho
people of Multnomah County. Those fel
lows in Clackamas County and Douglas
County didn't vote for me. and haven't
anything to do with my office." The op
ponents of the bill In the Legislature con
tend that the office of County CommIs-v
sloner is a constitutional one, and that a
Commlf-sloner could not be put out of
office before the expiration of the term for
which he was elected. Just what steps
Mr. Steele will take remains to be seen.
River Rising. The late warm weather
melted a lot of the snow in the moun
tains and the late rains added to this
have brought the river up again. The cur
rent was so strong yesterday that It was
Impracticable to hold the scows driving
piles for the false work of the Morrison
street bridge In position for any time, as
there is no good anchorage ground In that
vicinity. It was therefore Impossible to
make much progress on the work of get
ting things ready for moving the bridge
piers back to place. It is not unlikely
that the river will be still higher today,
so it 1b a very good tiling that the steam
ship Almond Branch was got down
through the bridges in time. It will be
well if a lot of the snow In the mountains
comes down now, and thus avoids the
danger of a flood later on.
Increase in Building Permits. The
weather during the greater part of the
time for the past two months has not
been particularly favorable for inaugurat
ing building enterprises, nor is the season
fir enough advanced for a general start
to be made on such enterprises. There Is,
hwever. a tendency to get the bulldlnc
business under way, as there is every
prospect that builders are to be crowded
during the coming Summer, and everyone
is anxious to get buildings started as
early as. possible. The number of build
ing permits issued during the months of
January and February past was 8G, as
compared with 65 for the corresponding
period of last year.
Yacht Club Nominations. The nom
inating committee of the Oregon Yacht
Club has proposed the following list of
officers for the election to be held March
29: Commodore Lewis V. Woodward:
vice-commodore, Charles Marlltt; port
captain, Robert H. Austin; board of di
rectors, Lewis V. "Woodward, Charles
Marlltt, Robert H. Austin, Seth Catlln
"Walter B. Beebe, John E. "Wolfe, Henry
E. Todd. The right to file an opposition
i ticket with the secretary Is left open un
' til two weeks before the election. The
club's membership has been Increasing
rapidly since the suspension of the initia
tion fee for 30 days.
Salmon for Buffalo Exhibition.
Henry E. Dosch, who has been appointed
general manager of the Pan-American ex
hibit for Oregon, will send a fine pair of
steelhead salmon to Buffalo. The salmon
were received yesterday from Astoria, and
they more than fill a glass jar that Is
four feet high. The fish were placed in
their natural condition, heads upward, and
an embalming fluid covers them, preserv
ing their usual color. The liquid is a
solution of arsenic, strychnine and other
preservatives. Each fish weighs about 35
On Blalock Island,
On Line or O. R. & N.,
March 5th and Cth.
Rates From Portland.
Call at O. R & N. Ticket Office.
To the Rabbit Drive. Take O. R. & S.
trains from Union Depot evening of
March 5 for grand rabbit drive and barbe
cue at Blalock Island. Low round-trip
rate. For particulars see local on last
Teachers' Association. The subject of
Professor Herdman's lecture tonight is
"Thackeray." All members of the as
sociation are urged to be present prompt
ly at 8 o'clock.
Dr. Josephi has resumed his practice.
'Phones, office. Black 1801; residence, East
Best carnations, 50c doz., only. Elegant
floral designs cheap. Burkhardt's, 23 & G.
Tonight, Exposition, masquerade ball.
Sons of Hermann.
Threb Years in State's Prison. Ches
ter "Van Hoy, who pleaded guilty to kid
naping John Dltchborn, Jr., was sentenced
to threo years In the penitentiary by Judge
George yesterday. In passing sentence
the court said that it was more difficult
to know what to do In the premises than
any case he ever had to dispose of. On
account of the youth of the defendant
he would not give him the extreme
penalty. There were other circumstances,
his previous good character, as shown by
the affidavits filed by his Sunday school
teacher and previous employer. While
there may have been another person con
nected with the crime, there was noth
ing but the statement of the defendant
to that effect. If this had been estab
lished, and the other person convicted, he
would have been given the full penalty
of 10 years. "Van Hoy Is over 1G years old.
He made no statement to the court, hav
ing previously done so, and cried as he
was being escorted bock to the county
jail by the deputy sheriff.
Honest Weight Dairt Products. The
law making It the duty of creameries to
stamp the weight on each package or
roll of butter, went into force yesterday.
A two-pound roll must be labeled "Two
pounds, full weight," and the smaller
sized packages must have the numbers
of ounces marked. Cheese must bo
marked "full cream," "quarter" or
"skimmed," as the case may be when
IN THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN.
News of Oregon.
News of Idaho.
News of Washington.
News of the entire Paclflc. Coast.
All the news of bothiemlsphereB.
You can find the news in a minute In The Orogonlan; the paper Is made up on a
erstem for the convenience of the reader.
FEATURES AND DEPARTMENTS.
"Among tho Gallery Gods," a study of the characters who are much heard and
little seen In the theaters here and elsewhere, cleerly written by Charles E.
Sawyer, characteristically illustrated by Harry Murphy.
"From Head to Foot." fashion hints to men. by "Beau Brummel. Jr." This
criticism on male attire wllll be found very helpful to men who try to dress
sensibly and fashionably.
"Women in Politics," a forceful article by Mary C. Bell. A now treatment given
to an old subject.
"Subdued Toilettes for Lent," entirely new models; "Informnl Dinner Gowns;"
"Society Pauses to Take Breath," and other topics on a page for women.
"Vulgarity a. Good Form In the Ballroom," Illustrations and exposition of the
"bunny hug" dance. The subject also treated by a humorist In verse, catchy
"England May Tet Become a Republic" The signs of the times a- read and
understood by Hamilton Le Cross. On the 32d page several large subjects will
"Davenport at Home." "Juanlta" draws a pleasing pen picture of the famous
caricaturist telling hunting rtorles to Homer, Jr. Illustrated by Rita Bell.
"The Taming of Ike" Is a good story by a Salem. Or., writer for boys and girls.
Other Interesting matter on tho same pag".
Frank G. Carpenter on "Lady Helps" a queer feature of domestic service which
prevails In New Zealand. What a lady help Is How the hired girl hates her
Her curious antics All about sen ants' wages and servants' rights The
weekly half holiday and the Sundays oft The government employment bureaus
New Zealand's factory system and how sweat shops are prevented Factory
girls and how they are treated Salesladies are barmaids Woman's suffrage
In New Zealand and what It did for the working classes.
exposed for sale. Creamery, cheese fac
tors' and milk wagons must bear a tag
giving the number, so that the State Food
Commissioner may know where to locate
their headquarters. These tags are of
brass and cost $L Stencil plates must
also be obtained from the Commissioner,
the cost being $L Commissioner Bailey is
taking steps to have copies of the law
printed so that dairymen and creamery
men may see Just what its requirements
Gaim. Time at Rainier. Last night was
a gala night in the town of Rainier, and
the organization of a lodge of the Inde
pendent Order of Odd Fellows there marks
an epoch In the history of the town.
About 100 members of the order went ,
down by train last evening to laite part
In the proceedings, and teams from Sa
maritan, Hassalo, Portland and Orient
Lodges, I. O. O. F of this city were on
hand to exemplify the work in the four
different degrees. There were 31 candi
dates to be initiated and a corresponding
number of goats to be ridden by them,
and it may well be believed that the boys
made a night of It. The town was at
their service, and extensive preparations
had been made for their entertainment
and the Astoria steamer waited till they
were ready to bring them home.
Delicacies Scarce. At this season the
markets are usually bare of delicacies,
and epicures are looking for something to
tempt their Jaded palates. The market
men are on the lookout for something new,
and yesterday they were in luck. Spring
lambs made their first appearance. These
innocents will be on sale today, and will
weigh about six pounds per quarter, but
there will not be enough to go "round"
nor half way round. Spring chicken also
put in an appearance, common broilers,
for which the growers received $5 to 56
per dozen. A housekeeper who ordered
some said It seemed a shame to kill them,
but they -were "awfully nice." Crawfish
raked untimorously from their Winter
quarters are also In the market, and the
latest delicacy in the fish line is Cali
Gresham's Fine School. County Su
perintendent of Schools Robinson, who
was out to Gresham to attend the exam
ination of the class of nine eighth-grade
pupils there, says the examination ex
tends over three days, and bo was not
completed yesterday. The people of
Gresham take great Interest In their
school, and are much pleased with the
prospect of graduating such a fine class
In the eighth grade. They are preparing
to build a fine schoolhouse, suited to the
wants of the district. They voted a tax
last year for this purpose, and another
this year, and expect to have money
enough on hand to pay for the school
house when It Is completed. They are
planning for an eight-room building, but
will build only four rooms now.
Gold Watches to Lawters. A grate
ful Multnomah delegation, which con
tained no lawyers and was somewhat at
a "disadvantage In the debates in the
House of Representatives, was frequently
under obligations to Lawyers B. L. Eddy,
of Tillamook, George W. Colvlg. of Grant's
Pass and George H. Cattanach, of Can
yon City, for setting forth Multnomah
Interests in legislation. In recognition of
the valiant service of those lawyers and
"Representatives in behalf of Multnomah
men the local delegation presented each
a fine gold watch before he left town this
Good-bte Cost $225. A friend's parting
caress cost Abraham Eldelsteln $325 yes
terday, at Front and Mill streets. He
was about to leave for St. Louis, Mo.,
and called on P. H. Schwletel M. Pslnk
resink to wish them good-bye, telling them
he had his money In his vest pocket.
It Is charged that Schweletel and Pslnk-
reslnk embraced him. and that one of
them stole the $325. Eldelsteln afterward
found that he was robbed, and made a
complaint to the police which resulted In
the arrest of Schwletel and Psinkreslnk.
Not Proceeded Against. No proceed
ings have yet been commenced against
the Steamship Almond Branch to recover
for the damages she inflicted on the Morrison-street
bridge by coming in collision
with It. The County Commissioners have
not yet been able to make any approxi
mate estimate of the amount of damage to
the bridge, and it is not likely that such
proceedings will be commenced until some
such estimate Is arrived at.
Ho! for the Rabbit Drive. Take O.
R. & N. trains evening of March 4 for
Blalock Island. Good time guaranteed.
Reduced rates. Call at O. R. &. N. ticket
Rabbit Drive and Babbecue to be held
at Blalock Island. Columbia River. March
5 and 6. Low round-trip rates. Take O.
R. & N. train from Union Depot evening
of March 4.
First-Class masseur and shampooer In
attendance at Oregonlan Turkish baths.
Have yoa seen the Cockatoo Circus,
corner Third and Alder, last day.
R. S. Greenleaf. surveyor, room 70, Mc
Kay Dullding, Third and Stark.
Cheap Smelt and Herrings. Smelt,
fresh from the tributaries of the Colum
bia, are retailed at 2 cents a pound by
the keepers of temporary sidewalk stalls,
and fresh herring from Puget Sound at
Spring Opening. The Spring styles of
silk hats, stiff and soft hats are ready
and on sale at C. H. Meussdorffer's, 73
Grand orize masquerade ball, Exposi
tion building, 50c admission.
Japanese caramels, 15c lb. today, Car
NO TIME TO INVITE BIDS.
Why the Commissioners Hurried
"With. Bridge Repairs.
Some complamt has been heard be
cause the County Commissioners did not
advertise for bids for the repair of the
Morrison-street bridge, but these officials
say there was no time to do this, as the
public demand for immediate repair was
too urgent. Another reason Is that the
true condition of the piers cannot be
ascertained until a diver has examined
the foundations, and the state of the
water at present is such that no diver
could tell anything about them. The
diver must be able to see what he is do-
Ing, and It will be several weeks before
the water will be clear enough for this.
"If the Commissioners had decided to
close the bridge to teams and cars until
a diver could report on the exact condi
tion of the bridge supports," a Commis
sioner said yesterday, "the public would
have had a good deal of cause for com
plaint. "When a railroad bridge breaks down,
the company does not advertise for bids
to repair, but at once sends experienced
men to fix it up In the shortest time and
at the least possible expense, compati
ble with good work. That is what wo
have done in this instance, and as we
keep tally on the amount of time and
material expended in these repairs, we
think we have adopted the wisest plan."
Pedestrians have been given the main
deck to walk on, because the authorities
desired to keep the weight along the mid
dle of the bridge as much as possible.
The roadway has been swept and drained
so that pools do not form so badly as
at first, and a number of two-Inch holes
have been bored in the deck to let the
water through in short order. There is
usually a crowd of pedestrians and wheel
men on the structure all day, and well
Into the night, and the remark is often
made: "What a revenue would be derived
If even 1 cent a head were charged as
By special request, during the engage
ment of Louis James and Miss Kathryn
Kidder, at the Marquam Grand .next week,
the repertoire of this legitimate organ
ization will be changed somewhat so us
to give the lovers of classics an oppor
tunity of seeing Mr. James and Miss Kid
der In historical tragedy. "A Midsummer
Night's Dream" will be the play present
ed Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and
by special request "Richard III" will be
presented at the Wednesday matinee and
Thursday night performances In the lat
ter Shakespearean revival, Mr. James will
assume the title role, Richard, Duke of
Gloucester, and Miss Kidder will essay
Lady Anne, a character which gives her
unusual opportunity to display her versa
tility. The sale of seats opened this morning,
and, Judging from the extent of the line
and the rush to buy tickets, this favorite
company still holds a warm place in the
hearts of Portland theater-goers.
The Jennie Shirley Company.
Manager Cordray presents for his next
week's attraction the Shirley company, in
a repertoire of plays which are brand new
to Portland. During this engagement the
company will present three bills "La
Belle Marie," "The Ugly Duckling" and
"A Woman's Power." These plays are all
new Eastern successes with the exception
of "La Belle Marie," which recolved a
production In Portland about six years
ago. This play was one of the produc
tions which witnessed the Inauguration of
a new school of dramatic construction, a
bringing together of the melodrama and
the society play and blending their con
struction lines into a perfect harmony. It
is melodramatic without being sensa
tional, and has all the attributes of the
THEY SAY IT'S BAD
The "Bunny Hug"
Dance Invades Portland
Interviews Pro and Con
To Pacific Coast Society
By Students of Yale
Of Good Taste.
Article in Sunday Oregonlan
modern society play, except proslness, and
an Inclination to subjects which had bet-
ter be left to the imagination.
"La Belle Marie" will be the offering
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday evenings.
"BetTveen Two Hearta."
It is promised that laughing week will
begin at the Metropolitan Theater, next
Sunday night, and continue the rest of
the week, with the usual Saturday mat
inee. The play will be "Between Two
Hearts," and the players, H. H. Earl and
a selected number of high-class artists.
Earl and Nelgen are the managers In this
enterprise, and, to Judge from the papers,
through the line of the company's tour,
everybody has been getting their money's
worth. The press could not pay tribute
enough for this popular production or Its
eminent comedian, H. H. Earl, who is
generally Tecognized as one of the fun
niest men that was ever born to the pro
fession of an actor.
The Ilennchels Comlnpr.
Mr. and Mrs. George Henschel will give
one of their inimitable concerts at the
Marquam Grand next Friday evening,
March 8. The mere announcement of the
coming of these famous musical artists
will awaken a renewed interest In this
the most successful musical season Port
land has ever enjoyed.
Attractive Bills at All the Local
Misa Eugenie Blair will present "A Lady
of Quality" as a matinee attraction at
the Marquam, at 2:15, this afternoon. The
play is one which has attracted wide
spread attention everywhere, and is con
sidered the finest opportunity to display
her talent Miss Blair has ever had.
At Cordray's, Lincoln J. Carter's great
est drama, "The Eleventh Hour," will be
the attraction. The play Is one of the
most fascinating seen at Cordray's this
season, and the fact that it has pleased
large crowds all the week may be taken
as evidence that the house will be filled
At the Metropolitan, the ever popular
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" will be the bill. The
house Is already nearly sold out, and it is
expected that It will be a recbrd-breaker.
THE MASQUERADE TONIGHT.
The grand prize masquerade ball of the
combined lodges of Sons of Hermann, at
Exposition building tonight, will be a suc
cess. Outside of the order Itself, a large
attendance is assured. Astoria, Oregon
City and other local points will be well
represented. Hermann, the patron saint,
will be present. Among other Invited
guests are the Governor of Oregon, her
Senators and Representatives. Mrs. Na
tion, Paul Kruger and King Edward VII.
It will be an occasion of Jollity and pleas
ure unbounded. There will be plenty to
eat, and sufficient to drink. The grand
master of ceremonies, the chairman of
the general committee, Theodore Traut
mann, has been busy for a week past upon
the programme. It is a success from A
to Z. Among other lnten-utlng features
will be tho first appearance In Portland
of Herr Schwalbensteln, a German clown
of celebrity and renown. The ball will
be given in the Exposition building this
evening. Admission is fixed at the low
rate of 50 cents.
WHERE TO DINE.
Tou ought to try the dainty desserts.
Juicy, tender meats and appetizing side
dishes served at the Portland, 305 Wash.
Everything first-class; service perfect
E. House's Restaurant, 12S Third street.
The 25-cent lunch at the Perkins, 10S
Fifth, Is a fine dinner. White cooks.
Dyspepsia In Its worst forms will yield
to the use of Carter's Little Nerve Pills
aided by Carter's Little Liver Pills. Dose,
one of each after eating.
Bazar Glove Patterns
NOT TO BE HAD
AT THE PRICES!
Sample Lines .
Separate Skirts, Tailor-Made
Suits, Rainy-Day Skirts and
Shirt Waists. Secured for
60c on the $1.00
We show for the first time
the new shapes in the now
famous "Rust-Pr-of Cor
50c, 75c, $1, $1.50
Mt. Hood Shirts
We handie these shirts for
two rasons. First The
garments are so well made
that satisfactory results arc
secured. Second To en
courage and stimulate a
At 50c Pair
Have you secured a pair of
those Men's Kid Gloves,
standard value $2? Light
McAllen & McDonnell
Corner Third and Morrison Sts.
itj A X'C !rT A MAIVfiJ-0
I VYllA 1 J UN A lNAlYiC I
If that name appears on the fallbo&rd of
your piano it means you have an Instrument
the mechanism of which is the same as
thoso, used and Indorsed by the greatest
musicians, musical artists of tho world, and
leadins; music schools.
GENERAL WESTERN AGENTS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
In New Music Building,
Entrance, 351 Washington Street
The office of the Canadian Pacific Rail
way has been moved to 142 Third street.
Those wishing a trip through the grandest
scenery on the American continent. In
luxuriously fitted trains, should not fall
to call upon or write to
H. H. ABBOTT, Agent.
New Imported shirtings for men's shirts
and ladles' waists; best make and fast
colors; 2S6 Washington street. John
Cran & Co.
Sale to 'Reduce Stock.
New York Mercantile Co., 205 Third.
Show Printing, Catalogues,
Briefs, Books, Periodicals,
Blank Books, Stationery,
Commercial andJmall Printing
F. W. BALTES & CO.
228 OAK STREET
By Which the Lnrjre Proportion, of
Invalids Can Receive Perma
This rational and scientific system of
healing is known as osteopathy. It is
divorced from medicines, and operations;
it cures where, these things have failed.
No matter what your disease may be
you should Investigate this successful
Dr. W. A. Rogers, In the Marquam
building, Is of the original School of Os
teopathy, and is always ready to explain
Just how he sets to work to assist nature
in performing a cure. Consultation and
7fco rxkira Building.
I-ull St Teth IA t
Gold Crowns ......p.O
Urldxe Work ...i.W
KAsmlnatlona fr .
Teth extracted abo
lutely without pxta.
Oir. Third and Waaninrtoau
fir P P RPfUVN EYE AND EAR DISEASES.
Marquam biff., rooms G20-7.
Reduced to 10c Each!
We show new things at new
prices in ladies' Beits, Col
lars, Pompons, Allover Nets
and Laces. Also the new
L'Aiglon Belts at
50c, 75c, 90c
Still they come. Another
shipment is direct from
France of our three great
95c, $1.15, $1.35
"We aell Kid Gloves.
A snap in Men's Shirts and
Drawers will be placed on
sale today at 75c. Not 75c
for a single garment,
75c the Suit
Medium Tveifcht, that can be
Tvorn the year 'round.
The value in
Hosiery and Underwear
Keep salespeople busy all
the time. Every article at
these counters are specials.
Values prove it.
JT SjjL Sr JyyTjr"
,r mlc LLU7CXJ tint ittij&tuMiJffc!&
COR. FOURTH AND MORRISON
The ne-w Spring Dunlap takes the very
first rank among stylish hats for men. Its
shape, its adaptability to the shape of the
head. Its lightness Its elegance of llnish.
and the fact that It Is "solid dyed" color
doesn't come off on your hands make it
an Ideal hat for Spring and Summer wear.
For those who prefer other shapes to
the derby, we are In line with the latest
ROBINSON k CO.
289 Washington St.
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
With Which Is Amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Capital paid up. $8,000,000 Reserve, 52,000,000
Transact a Genera! Banking Business.
Accounts opened for sums of 510 and upwards, and interest allowed on
minimum monthly balance. Rates on application.
244 WASHINGTON ST. E. A. WYLD, Manager,
Brings on bad eyes. Aid the sight
by resting the optic nerve with a
pair of our easy glasses. They act
as a restful stimulant, relieve the
strain and bring back health. You
can change your glasses, but not
your eyes. Take care of those you
have that their use may not ba de
nied you in old age.
133 SIXTH STItEET
Prompt and careful attention given to
Strong's 20th-century Studio. Goodnough Bldg.
I ,4Tha ges8
in Men's and Youth's Oothing
a handsome line of
fine fancy worsteds,
SALEiVI WOOLEN MILLS
C T. Roberts, Manager.
Your ideal suit or
topcoat can surely be
found in our
new Spring collection of
the country's best made
new topcoats, new
everything for the Spring
Suite, $10 to $35
UopcoatSj $10 to $35
In the Northwest
SHOES FOR WOM
One Price $3.00
Marquam Building Room 302
in the Country recognize tnc
BCWARC Or IMITATIONS
For Game, Steaks, Roasts, Soups,
and every variety of made dlsliss.
'CTTVyid s mo3t Invaluable.
John Dwcax'sSons, Acevts, Tew Yobk,
values ever s
85 Third Street