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THE MORNIKG- OREQONIAN, TUESDAY,. MAY U, 1901.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
MABQUAM GBAKD Lecture (matinee) Seton
Thompson, "Wild Animals at Horned Even
ing, "Mind In Animal Heroes."
CORDRAT'S THEATER Hal Reld'B -idol of
the South, '"Roanoke'
Implicated in Two Robberies. Charles
3IcGulre, 40 years old, was arrested yes
terday, by Detectives Day and TVelner,
charged with burglary. He has been
Identified as the man who sold clothing
and jewelry stolen from the Cosmos lodging-house,
and T. G. Thornton's rooms, at
the Mulkey building. After the two rob
beries were reported to the police. Day
and Welner found out that most of the
plunder had been sold to second-hand
dealers by a man answering McGuIre's
description, and the detectives ran across
their man yesterday at Third and Couch
streets. "Welner said to him: "You're the
man Mr. Brown wants to work for him.
Sailob Waxts Hjs LiBERTY-John-Perry,
a sailor on theship 'Fulwoo'd, filed
a petition for a writ of habeas" corpus In'
the State Circuit Court yesterday, set
ting forth that he is unlawfully restrained
of his liberty by Captain Thomas; the
master of the vessel. The petition states
that owing to an injury, which he sus
tained on the voyage, here, the captain
agreed to cancel his shipping contract.
The captain, it is alleged, now asserts
that the authorities will not permit him
to land Perry. The latter avers "he Is
a citizen of the "United States and cannot
be prevented from coming ashore. The
case will be heard this morning.
Reprimanded for Rudeness. Herman
Broenner. 16 years o'ld, of Taylor's Ferry,
accused of disorderly conduct on Third
street In speaking to a girl with whom
he was not acquainted, -was" before ilu
nlclpal Judge Cameron yesterday. Broen
ner Insisted that he knew the name of
the girl to whom he spoke was either
Alice or Rosie, and that she had lived
within three miles of him for 12 years.
but that he did not know her surname,
3AMES;.E" BANGS DEAD
i 1 "-
DRAMATIC; ''CRITIC vWEMiKNW7f
". , ' IX FORTIiAKD.- -
Play Here but -Drifted Into
He Staged and -
flrAn- i-jim' "VfrWliilT-o sAmtten that be
was looking for work, and walked with i "It is curious that a young, man like yqiu
the detectives until he was ianaea in me
Police Station. "When he found he was
arrested, bis rage knew no bounds. He
said that he was not the man the police
wanted, and would not say where his
room Is. The police expect to get further
evidence against him today.
An Opportcnitt. Is now given you by
the Northern Pacific Railway Company to
make a trip to the East at low rates. On
account of the meeting qf the American
Medical Association at St. Paul May 29th
to June 7th,' this company has named a
rate of ?G0 from Portland to St. Paul,
Omaha, St. Joseph, Kansas City, and
other Missouri River points and return,
tickets to be sold May 30th only, good to
return any time within sixty days and
good for return via any of the direct lines.
.The same excursion rate to the same
points will' be made June 7th on account
of the meeting of the Modern "Woodmen,
limit of tickets, return route, etc., to be
the same as those In the case of tickets
sold for the Medical convention. Remem
ber we have two trains dally from Port
land to St. Paul without change of cars
and one train dally to Missouri River
points via the Burlington Route from
Br.Ungs. no chaage being necessary. Call
at tne ticket office. No. 255 Morrison street,
corner of Third, and they will be glad
to give you all Information desired in
regard to rates, routes, conditions of
Working tor Chinese. wnen
jc!cs white men acting the surapter
'Chinese and carrying in their wood.
Fne Is convinced either that the Chinese
labor problem is solved or that it isn't.
The Chinese are great patronlzers of home
Industry and It is safe to presume they
would hire more members of their own
race if their own laborers were obtaina
ble. White men these days do a great
part of the work of carrying In wood
on Second street. If it were not for the
Chinese they would not have the work to
do and this is a bit of philosophy for
them to ruminate on until election day.
But on the other hand," if It were not for
the Chinese the white men would not have
to do the work, so that the exclusion di
lemma is six of one and half a dozen of
Idaho Names Commissioners. Governor
Frank TV.' Hunt, of Idaho, has notified
"Willis S. Duniway, secretary of the JJewls
and Clark Centennial Commission, that
he has appointed the following named
persons commissioners for the centennial
exposition: Thomas KIrby Peck, Mrs. R.
E. Green, JCampa, and E. "W. Johnson,
Boise. He states that they are represen
tative citizens, familiar with these affairs,
and tht they will be pleased to hear from
becreiary .uuniway in regara to any mat
ter of interest connected with the expo
sition. Governor H. M. Wells, of Utah,
writes to Secretary Duniway that he will
take pleasure in appointing commissioners
Three Owners of One Wagon. Louis
Coulette, a French Canadian farmer who
says he owns IS acres of land, was In
the Municipal Court yesterday, charged
with obtaining money by false pretense0,
on the complaint of George McCroskey.
The latter testified that he bought a
wagon for 595 from Coulette. and that
Coulette said at the time that he owned
the wagon, a. statement which McCroskey
found out was not eorrect. Coulette, who
was very talkative on the witness stand,
testified that the wagon was the property
of the Cheney Manufacturing Company,
and that he sold it to get money to sup
port his sick wife. The defendant was
held in 5500 ball for a further hearing.
Just a Line op Comment. Speaking or
the desirability of having a new city
charter and one without defects in It, a
member of the Charter Commission said
yesterday that one of the Judges of the
Supreme Court had stated that one-fourth
of his time was used up in determining
the legality of disputed points In the pres
ent city charter. As has been remarked,
if the present Charter Commission suc
ceed In getting up and getting adopted a
charter which will not have to be
amended at every session of the' Legis
lature, and that will not occupy the Su
preme Court one-fourth of Its time in
deciding on disputed points in It, they Tvill
be a lot of crack-a-Jacks.
Mount Tabor Strawberries. The first
Mount Tabor strawberries of the season
were brought to town yesterday by A, H.
Vail, who has five acres In berries, and
says the crop promises to be very good.
He brought In two boxes, for which he
received 50 cents. A few warm days will
make berries quite plentiful In the market
and Jt will not be any longer necessary to
import stale ones from California. Mr.
Vail sold berries off his five acres last
v season to the value ofuaibout 51600. He
was to some expense for cases, as he
packed his berries in new cases entirely
and so always found a ready sale for
them at top prices.
Civil Service Examination. The
. United States Civil Service Commission
announces that on June 3 an examination
will be held In this city for the positions
of Deputy "United States Shipping Com
missioners and clerk. From the ellglbles
resulting from this examination certifica
tion will be made to this position in the
District of Puget Sound, at a salary of
5900 per annum. Persons desiring to com
pete should at once address the Commis
sion, Washington, D. C, for application
Box Factory Will Resume Work. The
company which was recently incorporated
to operate the Star Box Factory, adjoin
ing Pennoyer's mill, has been getting the
plant into shape and will begin work In
a day or wo. A building has been put
up, a new engine has been added and all
the machinery has been overhauled and
reset. The factory will get Its rough lum
ber from the neighboring mill-or the Port
land Lumber Company. The box plant
has been closed down for a number of
The Rummage Sale, conducted by the
ladles of St. Matthew's Church, at 113
Third street, will be open every afternoon
from 1 P. M. until 6 P. M. Donations
will be received from S A. M. until 6 P.
M. Men's clothing, collars and cuffs,
ties and shoes are in demand, also odds'
and ends of crockery and glassware. Tel
ephone number has been changed to North
Moving -Cottages. Workmen began
moving two cottages from the corner of
Seventh and Ankeny streets yesterday, to
open Seventh street, as per a recent ordi
nance. The nouses win oe movea ooauy,
to a vacant lot on the corner of Ninth
and Davis streets, the property of W. H.
Lost. In the neighborhood of West
Park and Washington streets, a black
and yellow canary bird, very tame, an
swering to name "Jim." Suitable reward
will be paid on Its return to 115 West
.President's Reception Committee.
The executive committee for the presi
dent's reception will hold a meeting at
the Commercial Club this, Tuesday,-evening
at S o'clock.
Call at No. 122 Third Street, the
GreRt Northern city ticket office, for full
particulars regarding special rates East-
would not know all the girls within three
miles of your house," commented the
judge. Broenner was dismissed with a
Carload of Butter to Dawson. A lo
cal firm yesterday shipped 16,000 pounds
of butter and 100 cases of eggs to Daw
son, the whole making up a carload. The
butter was packed In two-pound tin pack
ages. The contents of each package were
wrapped securely In paraffine paper, the
can was lined with a coating of parafflne
to prevent rust and after the butter was
put into the can, salt solution "was -injected
to expel air and to keep the prod
uct fresh. This large amount of butter
was in accumulation for some time and
helped to relieve the market of surplus
and to strengthen prices.
County Roads. Grading of county
roads Is progressing actively, and bridges
on county roads will all be put In good
condition during the Summer. The Road,
supervisors wno, tnererore, nave pur
chased lumber as they required It, have
been slow to take hold of the new law
which necessitates contracts for every
thing based on requisitions from the diff
erent districts. The requisitions are, how
ever, now in, and all needed supplies will
soon be obtained. Judge Cake and Com
missioners Mack and Showers will today
visit Supervisor Llttlepage's district, south
Neither Gets Rich. A New York
preacher says that the cause of gambling
being so prevalent in that city is "the
Insane desire which pervades all classes
to get rich quickly." This may be the
case in New York,, but as a citizen of
Portland, who occasionally gambles on
the green, remarked yesterday, any one
in this city who would gamble with the
Idea of gettinr rich quickly would be so
Insane that he would not be allowed to
run at large. Persons who buck at
gambling spend the money they win so
rapidly that they are always broke.
Will Restore Initiation Fee. At a
recent meeting of the board of directors of
the Multnomah Amateur Athletic Club it
was decided that after June JL every one
must pay the Initiation fee when applying
or reapplying for membership. For several
months It has been a rule of the club
to admit ex-members, who were In good
standing at the time of their withdrawal,
without the initiation fee. From now un
til the first of June is not long, but it is
thought In that brief time a large number
of old members will embrace the oppor
tunity of saving 510 by rejoining.
Three Small Fires. There were three
fires in the city yesterday. The first alarm
was struck from box No. 45 at 11:15 A. M.,
for a slight blaze in a Chinese laundry,
at 335 Gllsan street. Box No. 54 sent out
an alarm at 6:55 P. M., for a blaze in a
Japanese apartment-house, 42 Fourth
street. The last alarm came from box No.
62 at 9:2S P. M.. for a fire at the Wil
lamette Iron & Steel Works; due to a
piece of hot Iron falling among wood. The
losses were slight, and the fires were
nearly all extinguished by bucket brigades
before the department arrived.
A Telegram received last week from
the secretary of the Rival Oil Company,
at Los Angeles, stated that the company
had just finished a fine well which pro
duced 180 barrels of oil per day, and
started drilling well No. 2. The annual
meeting of the directors will be held in
a few days, at which time the price of
stock will be advanced. Mr. A. N.
Wright, the Iowa .jeweler, went East
after looking over the company's property
and will place a block of stock among
Races Will Start Promptly. The
managers of the Spring field day of the
Portland Hunt Club have made the an
nouncement that the meet will start
promptly at 2:15 P. M. at the Irvlngton
race track. All the races will be run off
Without tiresome waits, as the club Is de
termined that It will make a record In
this respect. When the spectators assem
ble at 2:15, they may expect to see the
tandem driving contest in progress on the
Will Test the Matter. Three cigar
dealers In town were notified by the po
lice yesterday to appear at the Municipal
Court this afternoon to answer a charge
of operating devices for gambling
nlckel-In-the-slot machines. These are to
be used as test cases, and the defense
will be that the machines are not gam
bling devices, as the customer pays 5
cents for one cigar, and then tries his
luck at the machine.
Str. Bailey Gatzert Dalles Route.
Dally excursions" from Portland to The
Dalles and return. Leave foot Alder
street every morning at 7 o'clock, except
Monday. The scenery Is the grandest on
earth, the steamer is a palace large,
airy staterooms; meals unsurpassed; of
ficers kind and obliging. All tourists
should take this trip. Call up 'phone
Main 351 for all Information. '
Delegates Elected. E. Gunther, of
Dresser & Co., and Ed McPherson, of
the Moyer Clothing Company, have been
selected by the Retail Clerks' Association
as delegates to the International Protec
tive Association meeting, to be held at
Buffalo on the 15th of July.
Removed, from 293 Morrison street, to
the' Falling Building. 252 Washington
street. Fullllove & Moore invite the pub
lic to call and see the latest novelties In
barber shop fixtures In the Northwest.
Only the best help employed. All Instru
Cathedral CLASs.r-First Presbyterian
Church, S:15 tonight. Professor Ewing will
lecture on "The Literary and Historical
Shrines of Germany." Tickets on sale
at Aldrich Pharmacy. Doors open at 7:30
P. M. Lecture begins at 8:15 P. M.
Florence Crittenton Home. A special
meeting of the board of managers of. the
Florence Crittenton Home Is called for
this afternoon to meet at 4 o'clock at their
office. 312 Macleay Building. A full at
tendance is desired.
Incorporation. Articles of Incorpora.
tlon of the Columbia Logging Company,
were filed in the County Clerk's office yes
terday by Abraham Grouse, E. F. A.
Grouse and Le Baron Grouse. Capital
Larceny of a Bicycle. F. S. Blakely
wes arrested yesterday by Detectives
Snow and Kerrigan, charged with the lar
ceny of a bicycle, on the complaint of
A. A. Enrich.
John Burroughs Society. There will
be a regular meeting -of the John Bur
roughs Bird Society tonight at the Uni
tarian Church, at S o'clock.
Great Northern Railway announces
a 560 00 round trip rate to St. Paul on
May SOth and June 7th. x
Special sale of handmade handker
chiefs. St. Laurence's Bazaar, No. 267
Dr. Swain, dentist. 713 Dckum building.
General Kevrspaper Worlc,
James E. Bangs, known to many Port
landers as a Shakespearean scholar,
stage manager, dramatic critic and Bb
hemlanilied last Mondaynlghtlit, Wash
ington, -D. C, aged 52 He left a wife
and three children. He had been mar
ried twice. He, was a nephew of T. C.
Bangs, the distinguished actor.
Mr. BangsBwas born in vWashlngton,
D. C, and graduated, from Columbia Law
School In that city. He practiced law
for about a year, and then entered the
Census Department'. From there he went"
into the Geological Survey, aiy3- traveled
In addition to all the splendid acts given
at the former exhibition, three new feat"
ures will be contributed by Mrs. Gilles
pie's school of expression, These are the
Greet mirth drill by 11 young women,
"The' Daughter of Werodlas," by Miss
Bertha I. Matlock, and "The Debating'
Society," by Miss Christine M. Nillsoom
It ehould not be forgotten that the pro
ceeds of the exhibition are to go tq the
y. JL C. A. building fund, than which
there Is no cause more worthy.
SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES.
For the meeting .of th American Med
ical "Association at St. Paul May 23 to
June 7, 'the Northern Pacific has named
rate of 60 for the round trip to Sl, Paul,
Omaha, St. Joseph, .Kansas City and
other Missouri River points, tickets to be
on sale May SO only and good for 60 days
for return. Tickets will be good return
ing via any of the direct lines. For any
desired information call at the ticket
office, No. 255 Morrison street, 'corner
1 BEAUTIFUL PICTURES AND
Anlmmense variety of mouldings for
framing pictures to order, also ready
made frames. In all .the new shapes and
every tint and color of mat board and
binding paper made. We have the pret-tleet-assortment
of ready-framed pictures
at most moderate' prices. Also a choice
Une 'of photographs,' etchings, water
colors and oil paintings, which we frame
to order. SANBORN,, VAIL & CO.,
170 First street.
James E. Banes.
for some time. He then returned to
Washington and entered the Pension De-
parement, where he remained three years.
About 18S4 he came to Portland, where
he entered the' office of "the auditor of
the Oregon Railway & Navigation Com
pany, and remained eight years. During'
his residence In Portland he devoted much
attention to the drama, and served as
critic for The Oregonlan and later for
the Telegram. He staged and managed
several fine plays produced by amateurs.
HJs service to Company G's minstrels
In this direction was exceptionally effect
ive and is still remembered by the ex
members of that crack National Guard
company. Before he left, Portland he re
signed his position with the railroad and
devoted himself to newspaper and the
atrical work. He became manager of
'King, the mind reader, took the company
on the road, and It stranded at Denver.
Here Mr. Bangs went Into general news
paper work and continued at It for some
time. From Denver he went to Wash
ington, where he was given a posltlpn.
In the War Department This he retained
until his death.
Mr. Bangs was a man of winning man
ners, and made friends everywhere' he
went. News of his death will be a shock'
to many people In Portland, who have
kindly memories of him.
WHERE TO DINE TODAY.
The place Portland Restaurant. Loca
tion 305 Washington, near Fifth. Reason
why Best in the city.
''For home-like cooking go to E. House'a
Cafe, 128 Third street; he only buys the
best; fresh eggs, milk and cream from
his own ranch dally.
The 25-cent luncb at the Perkins, 103
Fifth, is a fine dinner. White cooks,
366 DAYS IN ONE YEAR
Not in 1901, but there will be In 1904.
This year the O. R. & N. Co.'s "Portland-
Chicago Sppclal" will leave every " day
for the East and will continue Summer
and Winter to furnish the best railway ac
commodations extant. Ask the city ticket
agent at Third and Washington about our
leader, as well as other trains and lowest
.By the Pupils of-Hliii Abb a FUedaer
at Pfere-MHsic Block Friday
JThe pupils of Mlsa Anna FHedner will
give a piano recital next Friday evening
at 8:15- o'clock, at Eilers Music Rooms,
351 Washington street. Invitations may
be secured from Miss FHedner, at the
studio, or from the pupils, and must be
presented for admittance. The following
programme will be rendered:
Solo "In. the Month of May".t Bohm
Solo "In tbe Cornfield" Engleman
Solo "Bed Time;, , Orth
Solo "Venetian Boat Song" Krogman
Duet "Among the Flowers" Schultz
Claudia FHedner, Elva Burness.
Solo "I Think of Thee (melody) .Goerdler
, Margulte Schwab.
Solo-."Chlldren's Round Dance".. Schmoll
Duo "Sonatina No, 2" ..ClementI
Gladys McKensIe, Edith Schmeer.
Solo "Parting Bells" Martini
Solo "Sonatlnl Op. 76, No. l".Enckhausen
Hazel Altman: ' '
Sole "Serenade" .'. Helns
Duo "Sonatlnl No. S"..'... J.. ClementI
Miss Hardle, Miss FHedner.
Solo "Thine Own" Lange
Solo "Nocturne" . ,... Lebach
Solo "Valso Op. 34, No. 1" Chopin
, Miss Bertha Williams.
Duo "Hutsarsnrltt" - ." '.. Splndler
Mrs. Mills, Miss FHedner.
Solo "Rhapsodle No.-2" ILiszt
Miss Lucia Gillespie.
Weber concert grand piano used.
fmn.f. ' '' -V '"
jST. PAUL AND RETURN $S0.
Via tbe Grent Northern Rnllwny.
Tickets on sale May 30 and June 7, good
60 days. City ticket office. No. 122 Thfc-d
street. A. B. C. Dennlston, CltyPassenger
and Ticket Agent. .
MINES AT KETCHIKAN.
A Large Boily of LoVv-Grnde " Ore
Open by Sea Level, Company.
I. B." Hammond, of Portland, returned
yesterday from a visit to, Ketchikan,
Alaska, where he Is about 4o .set up a
30-stamp quartz mill for the. Sea- Level
Mining Company'. He" found evidences of
a mild Winter in that portion of Alaska,
and vegetation was growing rapidly un
der the Influence of warm breezes from
the Pacific Ocean. The sea voyage, both
going and coming, he reports very pleas
ant, as the trip is made almost without
going through any part of the open sea,
the route being skirted on either side by
"Ketchikan is situated in the south
eastern portion of Alaska, about 10 miles
north of Metlakahtla Island, and there
are several promising quartz "ledges being
developed," said Mr. Hammond. "The
Sea Level property Is very favorably sit
uated for working, at Ketchika"n has a
fine harbor, and a mountain torrent, with
a 300-foot fall will furnish ample power
for all purposes. The, ore Is low grade,
but a very heavy body has been pene
trated with a tunnel and there are thou
sands of tons of rock ready for treatment
on the dump.
"On the Island of Metlakahtla very rich
quartz ledges have been found, but Father
Duncan, the high priest of the Indians
there, will permit no white man to de
velop the prospects, or, in fact, to con
tinue prospecting. The Government sus
tains Father Duncan in his position, as
the island is a reservation. I look for
lively times, however, in the vicinity of
Ketchikan the ensuing Summer."
PortlandTor., May 10," 1901.
To whom It. may concern:
For more than 30 years I have been. a
sufferer from sick headache. 1 have been
much troubled with constipation all my
life and for mofe than two 'years I have
been greatly annoyed -with a distressing
form of diabetes. About two months ago'
I began drinking "Whitter Medical
Springs Water" and have continued its
use to the present time. As a result I
have not been afflicted with evenas much
as a symptom of sick headache since I
commenced using this .water. My consti
pation has disappeared and my bowels
move regularly and I am no longer har
assed with sufferings from diabetes. Prior
to beginning the use of this water I had
tried nearly all sorts of remedies without
avail as to any of the above-named ali
ments. .It therefore affords me, pleasure
to give these words of testimony as to
the merits of the "Whitter Medical
I H. W. PARKER.
' Foot of Mead Street, Portland, Or.
Neve Overland Ticket Office.
For all points East. Lowest rates.
Superior attractions. Excellent service.
Personally conducted excursions dally, via
Rio Grande Western Railway, 122 A Third
street, entrance new Failing building.
2'U 2'. 3e53
Price's - .
OregoivJzm Pub. Co.
' Iff Jn
Look through our assortment and you'll find your
Straw- if you haven't any.
Men's Straw Hats of every style and kind fine Pan
amas, coarse and fine braids are here in variety,, at 50c to
$5.00. We make especial mention today of a worthy
"Youmans" Derbye 55.00.
- "West Point" Pearl Fedoras. $3.00 and
Bike, golf caps, 50c to $1.25.
A full line of motorman and conductors
pmcc CLorffcfij ffATrmfimmmZ
Largest Clothiers In the Northweit
Cor. Fourth and Morrison Streets (Corner Entrance)
00009000000000000000000000 009900 O.O OOOOOOO00O000O90O00
Not cosmetic, face,wash or paint; Satin
Skin Cream beautifies, because it absorbs
and heals blemishes. 25c. Meier & F.
Harris Trunk Co.. for trunks and bags.
Will be preceded by the arrival of two
carloads of White sewing-machines, which
are rapidly speeding across the continent
to Portland". The WHITE IS KING!
Hurrah for THE KING! The most up-to-date
If you have an old, back-number sewing-machine,
call dn us and get prices
and terms on these machines. We buy
for cash and sell on easy terms. Sewing
machines rented at $1.75 per month.
Needles and parts for 'all sewing ma-
chlneo. Oregon phone Oak 1331.
White and Domestic Office
124 and 126 Sixth Street, Opposite Orego
' -'CHILDREN'S HATS
H. A. Smith," traveling salesman for
Northwest. Address, Portland.
- A most delightful collection of all- sorts of hats for girl's,
as well as many for the younger boys. The very elaborate styles
of dress hats in profuse variety, as well as the more practical
Sorts sfor everyday wear.
Straw hats in the popular Mexican styles,
At 35c, 69c, 85c and $1.29
Children's sailor hats, with wide brims,
At 59c, 95c and $1.25
Children's mull hats, neatly and stylishly trimmed,
r At 95c, $1.35 and $1.95
Children's dress hats, in the new effects,
At 59c, 69c, 98c, $1.95, $2.95 and $3.95-
S. W. Cor. SIXTH AND WASHINGTON
Dr. Cawood, dentist, 42 Hamilton bldg.
COMING ATTRACTIONS. .
Three Kew Features.
Seats for the Y. II. C. A., gymnastic
carnival and exhibition, to be given at
the Marquam Grand Theater 'next Friday
evening, will be placed on sale Wednes
day morning, and from present appear
ances will be in active demand from start
to finish. Much Interest is being mani
fested In the affair by the general public,
as well as by friends of the Y. M. C. A.
A TRUE ART OF HEAI.JNG
Works' In Hartnonlona Accord With
the Mechanical Principles
of the Body.
The best way to cure your disease ig
by treating its "cause" by restoring to
the normal all deranged parts, eo as to
remove, all Interference with the natural
functlpns and allow Nature to re-establish
itself; or by controlling the nerve and
blood supply, so as to aid Nature to re
gain Its normal equilibrium of form and
function, Its health and strength. If
you have failed to find relief elsewhere',
try the osteopath, Dr. W. A. Rogers fifth
floor 'MarQuam building. Examination free.
Phone Main 27. -
Show Printing, Catalogues,
Briefs, Books, Periodicals,
Blank Books, Stationery,
Commercial andSmall Printing
. W. BALTES & CO.
228 OAK STREET
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The O. Pv & N. Co.'s steamer Columbia
sails from Alnsworth dock, Portland, at S
P. M., May 17, for San F;anclsco. Lrowes:
Clcsant Line of Salt Case
At Harris Trunk Co.. 231 Morrison street.
Another Mammoth Sal
Of fine French Imported Dress Goods, consisting of grays,
tans and modes. Matchless values. We give you an oppor
tunity to buy the best values in fine, dress material ever
offer by any Dry Goods House in the Northwest
4S-lnch granite Vlgourlux,
special for Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thurs-
Wednesday and Thurs- cj jo ..J
46-mch French Poplenne, A7. tA
$1.25 quality, today Vc Ja
40-Inch French Poplin.... VC yd
42-inch Crolse Vlgourlux,
elegantly sponged and
finished, J1.25 quality; A"7. tA
- today for ... ycya
54-inch Venetian, all col- CI An vl
ors, special for today.... PIW "
49-lnch Melrose, sponged Ci A"! vA
and shrunk, today " Ju
S2-inch French Cheviots,
black and navy, sponged
and shrunk, ready for Q7C vl
immediate usei.--". J
2750 yards of all-wool suitings, 44, 46
and 48 Inches, extra heavy cloth, alb
pure wool, 75c, S5c and $1.00 quality,
closing at a sacrifice. Your choice of
for 37c yd.
Ladles, remember this cloth te the
correct thing for traveling purposes,
or xor we coasx or mountains.
Here are goods and prices that will
surely Interest the most fastidious
Our dress goods values are the talk
of the city. See our great line of
high-grade black goods and black
French grenadine, superior to any
thing In City of Portland.
YOU TO INVESTIGATE
THE SAME THING FOR
- LESS MONEY
Because vre are out of the
hlgrh-expenae district and jnst
near enongli to make it worth
tvhile for the trade to see ns.
Pianos and organs sold on
Have your piano tuned by
C. A. Whale
Telephone East 47.
110 Union Ave. and E. Alder.
SAMPLES MAILED FREE.
Stripes, Tapestries, Embossed Papers,
Silk and Satin Hangings. Beautiful Low
Prlced Papers for Parlor. Bedroom and
Largest stock on the Pacific Coast.
Complete sample books, free to any address.
130 First St.. Portland,Ore.
mcalleN & McDonnell
EXCLU IV .1 DftY GOODS IMPORTERS .
Cor. Third and Morrison Sts., Portland, Or.
BEST BY TEST
I am now offering
Spectacles and Eyeglasses
VThlch are positively superior
To similar articles ever
Offered for the money on the
for $i.oa $1.00
FOR 91.50 $1.50
133 Sixth Street,
You Can Cut It With aa Ax
PINS, TACKS AND BROKEN GLASS CAN'T HURT H
Buy a pair for your wheel and youMl appre
ciate this; and besides you will be able to ride
ALL THE TIME. Then too, there will be nc
repair bills, so you'll be money ahead by th
end of the year.
We are talking about
L THE GOODYEAR 5E373EI
yyr THE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER CO., AKRON, 0,
QIVFI I VAI F fYPI F Pft DISTRIBUTERS
JliLLL"IHLL lILLL LU oregonian bldg.. Portland, or.
The Best for th
SUN SOON HUIE CO.
Teas. vMattlngs. Buss, Pongee Silk Under
wear, made to personal ordei. Crapes, Shawls,
Ivory Carvlar. Bamboo. OBIENTAL GOODS.
EVERYTHi , s VJEKY CHEAP. 247 YAM
Brooches, pins, cuff buttons, artistically
colored and mounted. Strong's 20th Cen
tury Studio, Goodnough building.
Klbo Kid, Patent Tip,
Weltsd Sole, Extension
Edge, Medium Hesl.
Esaet Reproduction of thu SrIe Shoe.
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raifflPr5AMC SHAPE iBIBi
ffiHwlV TW0 qualities yWKm
HL ill -JB
Mohonk. E. A W. Molionk.
A Berr hisrh banded collar.
E. C. GODDARD & CO.
Hr P P RROWN w& and kaic diseases
VI.. O j DIW Jf ll uwauam bis., rooms C30-7.
"Wlndburn smarts; besides tan
Isn't pretty; wlndburn, red
ness, tan-freckles, pimples,
blotches, beat eruptions, wpoll
fair faces, ruin your complex
ion Apply Satin-Skin Cream
and Satln-Sklrr Powder, mag
ical beautlilers'. curing blem
ishes, keeplns face fair, clear,
Free sample from Albert I. TVood. Mfr., De
troit. Mich. Sold at Meier & Frank's.
The Dekum Building..
Full Set Teetb....J.0O
Gold Crowns ...... fl.'io
Bridge Work 5.00
Teetb extracted abso-
fly wltbout pain.
Tblrd and Washington.