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THE MORNING OREGONIAN.. ..WEDNESDAY, JsCARCK .22, J.905.
WILL- CUT THE BOND
in April to play some exhibition ball
games in America,- commencing at San.
NO WAITING NOW
We Are Sole Agents for Young's Famous $3.00 Hats for Men
French Chamber Is Debating
STRONG VOTE FOR MEASURE
Two Motions for Delay Rejected by
Great Majorities, Though Friends
of Clergy Threaten Civil War
No Referendum Wanted.
PARIS, March 2L The Chamber of
Deputies today began the debate on the
government's bill providing for the sep
aration ol church and state. A large
crowd was present and Intense interest
was shown in the proceedings. The de
cision Is considered of momentous impor
tance, as both the Ministry and Parlia
ment are now favorable to a separation,
bo the question -which has been pending
for years probably will be settled as a
result of the debate, which Is expected to
last three weeks. Sixty-three orators, in
cluding M. Deschanel, former president
of the Chamber, and MM-Jaurez, Rlbot,
Miller and other conspicuous leaders have
announced their intention of addressing
the Chamber on the subject The sup
porters of the bill are confident of success.
The debate began with, the motion of
Georges Berry (Conservative), deferring
the subject until after the general elec
tions of 1S06, and. the motion of the Abbe
Galraud (Catholic Republican), to refer
the question to a Parliamentary question
commission. The opposition later will
move to take a referendum of
the Municipal Councils of Prance. These
motions will present the main tests of
strength. Canvasses show that about 65
per cent di the vote of the chamber Is
favorable to the general principles of
the bill and opposed to the various pro
posed meaures for a referendum.
M. Berry's motion, putting off the ques
tion until after the elections, was defeat
ed by 313 to 40 votes.
Before the vote was taken, 2L Berry de
clared It to be the most unpopular vote
ever taken. Therefore the separations of
church and state would lead to serious re
ligious troubles. The state -would, adopt
violence, -which would be met witli vio
lence, thus bringing on a civil war.
By a vote of 333 to 1G2, the Chamber
decided not to accept Abbe Gairaud's mo
tion favoring the appointment of a com
mission comprising clergy of different de
nominations to arrange an amicable set
tlement of the question of separation.
Abbe Galraud contended that the suppres
sion of the budget of public worship
amounted to robbery. The courts could
compel Catholics to submit to the law,
but they would never recognize Its Jus
tice. If the gauntlet were thrown down to
the church, it would be picked up.
WAVY EQUAL TO TWO POWERS
Coschen and Selborne Talk Frankly
of Reasons for Naval Expansion.
LONDON, March 21. In the House of
Lords this evening the navy expenditure
was discussed on the call of the Liberal
leader. Earl Spencer, for papers regarding
the naval programme. He said he did
not desire to condemn the government,
but he wanted an explanation of the plans
involving the withdrawal of such a large
number of vessels from the list of ves
sels which could be commissioned for ac
tive service and tho reasons for the In
creased expenditures since 1894-95.
Viscount Goschen Justified the vast in
crease in the last 15 years. He said the
two-power standard was no longer ap
plicable. One thing had been strongly
brought out by the Russo-Japanese war,
namely, difficulties which might arise
with neutrals, and the necessity of main
taining an attitude of dignity and power
Viscount Goschen said he did not think
there was any harm in discussing these
questions. Chancellor von Buelow was
very candid occasionally In remarks with
regard to European politics. Continuing,
Viscount Goschen said when any power
with 13 battleships was ready within 100
miles of the English coast, that was the
power which must be considered side by
side with preparations to meet any two
powers -with which Great Britain might
have to deal.
Referring to the loss of Russian war
ships. Viscount Goschen said it was simp
ly a question of Russia giving orders to
great establishments outside if Russia
for a renewal of her navy. He did not
think the fact that Russia had lost five
battleships was a circumstance sufficient
to justify the arrest of Great Britain's
The First Lord of the Admiralty, the
Earl of Selborne, said the Increased ex
penditure was due to the fact that the
-whole naval aspect of the world, east
and west, had changed. "Within the past
is years new navies had sprung up. Rus
sia had recently suffered great losses,
but the fleet of Japan had come into ex
istence; America and Germany had
evolved navies of equal strength and ef
ficiency. Great Britain was not forcing
the pace in shipbuilding, but -was merely
taking into account what other nations
were doing and a two, and possibly a
three, power standard must be main
tained. The. navy supported Great Brit
ain's fiscal policy.
Lord Selborne added that the principal
explanation of his naval policy was that
of administrative economy. He concluded
by pointing out that in the "West Indies
the whole naval strategical situation had
undergone a complete revolution since the
Carnarvon Commission sat, owing to the
birth of the American Navy. At Lord
Selborne's request. Lord Spencer with
drew his motion for papers.
EVEN JAPAN HAS HER GRAFTERS
Scandal in Barrack Contract Steam
er Minnesota Gives Offense.
VICTORIA, B. C, Maqch 21. The
Japanese press is worked up with re
gard to the scandal in the Diet arising
out of the boodlng of Okura & Co., with
regard to the building of barracks in
Hokkiado. according to advices by the
steamer Hyades. The government Is
attacked because the contract, which is
shown to have given the contractors a
large "graft." was awarded without
Further orders for locomotives are
being sent to America to add to those
built in Japan for the roads built since
the war In Corea and Manchuria. A new
line Is projected to connect "WUu with
Twenty-five now destroyers, each of
350 tons, are bejng built at different
When the big liner Minnesota ar
rived at Yokonama. members of tne
Japanese Diet visited her. They were
not pleased with their reception by the
Nippon Tusen Kasha, agents of the
lne. says the Tokyo Tmuri. and are
said to be urging the withdrawal or
reduction of subsidy paid to Japanese
steamship companies, the greatest of
which Is the 'Nippon Tusen Kalsha.
The steamer Shlnano Maru, which
had been placed in" service on the
Yokohama-Seattle line has again been
withdrawn and placed in transport
The Waseja baseball team of Japan's
most note&luniverslty will leave -Japan
NOT TO IE A PARTY ISSUE AGAIN
British Cabinet Decides on Free Ac
tion on Fiscal Question.
LONDON, March 2L The Cabinet meet
ing today discussed the fiscal situation
In the House of Commons and decided
that in future the government will not
bring pressure upon Its followers ' in re
gard to the opposition resolutions framed
to commit the government on the fiscal
question. As a result, the resolution an
nounced for the night of March 22, ex
pressing the opposition of the House to
a tax on imported manufactured articles,
will probably be carried by a comfortable
majority, but the opposition will be un
able to report more than an Indirect po
The decision of the Cabinet was backed
up by Joseph Chamberlain's followers to
night when, at a meeting of 78 Unionist
tariff reformers. It was decided not to
participate in the debates or divisions on
the resolution, the vote on which will,
however, be Interesting because it will
be a "go-as-you-please."
The government having decided that
the fiscal question Is not a critical party
Issue, whips will not be sent out. A ma
jority for the resolution will not be con
sidered, a defeat for the government,
whose supporters express themselves as
having rejected on March S the resolu
tion declaring that. In the opinion .of the
House, permanent unity of the British
empire could not be secured through a.
system of preferential duties based on
protective taxation of food.
This move on the part of Balfour is
the political sensation of the hour and
is being hailed with great Joy by free
traders, who claim that It Is a definite
desertion of Mr. Chamberlain by his for
mer Cabinet associates.
OPEN BREACH WITH EMPEROR
Kossuti Party In Hungary Will Ob
struct Till Demands Are Granted.
VIENNA, March ZL In regard to the
Emperor-King's Inflexible attitude con
cerning the military demands of the Hun
garian opposition party, the executive
committee of the leading Kossuth party
decided today to obstruct even' Cabinet
excluding the principle of the oppositional
demand of Hungarian as the language
of command, or any Cabinet formed, with
out the consent of the opposition. This
means practically a breach between the
crown and Parliament.
Rumors are current that th.e Emperor
Is considering the appointment of a pro
visional Cabinet, which will dissolve Par
liament and bring about new general elections.
READY FOR NEXT EMERGENCY
Police of India Will Be Equipped for
LONDON. March 22-The Dally Mall's
Calcutta correspondent reports that a
scheme has been sanctioned to reorganize
and strengthen the Indian police, at a
cost of $5,000,000 yearly, with a view to
rendering the police capable of holding
the country in aa emergency, thus re
leasing tho troops for work at the front.
The total strength of the native police
Is 150,000, but only 50,000 are equipped with
firearms. It Is officered by whites.
MAY PAY BANDIT RICH RANSOM
France Negotiating for Liberty of
Agent Captured by Treachery.
TANGIER, March 2L The French Min
ister at Fez is negotiating for the lib
eration of Count de Segonzac. A4ansom
is demanded by Sheik Soultanas, who
effected the capture of tho Count In a
treacherous manner, requesting that he
be permitted to Inspect tho Count's, es
cort's rifles and then, when the men wero
disarmed, seizing De Segonzac. who was
slightly wounded in the affray.
ANOTHER AMERICAN COUNTESS
Earl of Roclyn Marries Miss Robin
son of Minneapolis.
NEW YORK, March 2L The Earl of
Roslyn has been married to Miss Anna
Robinson quietly in London, cables the
correspondent there of the American.
The bride Is a native of Minneapolis,
Minn., but ha-j lived abroad for some
years. She once appeared on the .stage,
but retired" in 1S0L
Launch of New -French Liner.
ST. NAZAIRE, France, March 2L La
Provence, the latest and largest steamer
In the Havre-New York servico of the
French line, was successfully launched
today. The chief features of La Pro
vence are, tonnage 19,10, length C20 feet
and width 65 feet. She will have two
triple expansion cylinder engines and 21
boilers developing 40,000 horsepower and
giving her a speed of 2 knots. The
hull Is divided into 21 water-tight com
partments, with electrically controlled
doors, and the saloons and cabins are ex
ceedingly luxurious. The saloons are said
to be the largest of any steamer afloat,
having a capacity of 400 first-class, 204
second-class and 300 third-class passen
gers, and the vessel will carry 456 officers
and crew, making a total of I960 persons.
One of the novel features is an outdoor
cafe overlooking the sea.
Accused of Breach of Neutrality.
BERLIN. March 22. The Vorwaerts
calls Chancellor von Buelow's attention
to the fact that the German Arms &
Ammunition Company, formerly the firm
of Loewe, is manufacturing several hun
dred machine guns for. Ruesla, and that
many have already been shipped to Mos
cow. The company, the Vorwaerts as
serts. Is working with feverish haste, un
der direction of a Russian artillery ex
pert, to complete the rest of the order.
The newspaper claims that this la an
infringement of neutrality laws, and
points to the practice of the German
government during the Boer War, when
the Krupp firm refused to deliver guns
already ordered by the O range River Gov
ernment, giving as an excuse that the
German government bad put a veto on
Americans Fraternize With Cubans.
HAVANA. March 2L President Palma
and all the members of the Cabinet to
day visited the United States warships
at present in the harbor of Havana.
They were received with honors on board
the flagship Olympla and also on board
the battleship Missouri. Several leading
Cubans and Americans tonight attended a
reception at the residence of Minister
Squlers in honor of the visiting officers,
a majority of whom were present. There
has been no disorder among the hundreds
of sailors and marines who have been en
Joying shore liberty. The Mayor of
Havana has ordered a half-holiday in
order that city employes may have an
opportunity to visit the -ships.
Kaiser's Theater Reopened.
BERLIN, March 21. The Royal Theater
opened tonight, after being closed nearly
.a year for remodeling of the Interior and
improving the exits, as had been shown
to be necessary by the Chicago Iroquois
Theater fire. The audience was unusual
ly brilliant. Emperor "William and Em
press Augusta were present. The "play
was Klelst's patriotic drama, "Prince
Helnrich von Homburg." ,
Syrians Ordered to Leave Hayti.
WASHINGTON, March 2L The State
Department Is informed by Minister
Powell, at Port au Prince, that a procla
mation has been issued that all Syrians
must leaTe tho republic April L. The
Syrians are extremely obnoxious to the
natives, as they have managed to obtain
Delays Are Extremely Danger
ous to the Piano Buyer Who
Puts Off His Purchase.
Clubs FlIIiBg Rapidly. Sale to Close
la a Pew Days. Savlog Now on
Fine New Pianos All tbe
Way From $75 to $150.
Payments of $1.25
Weekly and Up.
It is oroving exactly as we predicted.
Many people have been delaying the pur
chase of their piano thinking a much
longer time would be required to fllV'our
six co-operative piano clubs than It really
has. The announcement that every club
will be closed by the end of this month
has brought the buyers flocking. Here Is
the record of the past two days selling.
Notice how many of the very highest
grade pianos are being taken:
Mr. C. W. Mower. Kimball; Mr. R.
A. Booth. Eugene. CHI CKE RING Mr.
T. B. Schellhammer. Jacob Doll; Mrs.
C Olson. Clarendon; Mr. A. McCloud.
LESTER Mr. D. F. Llbby. Clarendon;
Mrs. Lottie Tomilnson. VICTOR; Mr. J.
W. Cage. VICTOR; Mr. J. F. Black.
CLAUEXDOX; Mrs. K. Abbott. Weser;
Mr. J. H. Vance, Schumann: Mr. J. G.
"Woodend, KIMBALL, j Mr. C J. John.
Marshall & Wendell; Mr. Geo. H. Scha
fer. LESTER; Mr. Henry H. Oerter,
LESTER; Mr. B. K. Rush. KIMBALL;
Mr. Ed Hernenway. VICTOR; Miss Net
tle Carpenter, Marshall & Wendell; Mr.
F. W. Crotty. Bailey; Mrs. Geo. Leytze,
Marshall &. Wendell: Mr. J. W. Fayette.
KIMBALL t Miss Alice Hotchkiss. We
ser; Mr. J. D. Moore, CHECKERING;
Mr. Frederick B. Wood, WEBER; Mr.
E G. Ames. Kimball: Mr. C G. Palm
berg. LESTER; Mr. W. L Clark, KIM
BALL; Mr. C. J. Burns, Weaer; Mr. J.
P. Hoben, Bailey: Mr. E. F. Noland,
Kimball; Mr. P. H. Tledman, Weber;
Mrs. T. L. Garland. Clarendon.
Every piano we carry can be purchased
for practically wholesale by those who
Join the co-operative clubs. We have
made absolutely no reservations. Nq mat
ter how elaborate the finish or artistic
the decoration of the Instrdument we are
giving precisely the same privilege to the
purchaser of it that we do to those who
select the plainer styles.
The average saving to members of Club
"E," In which are found the costliest of
Chickering, Weber and Kimball pianos.
Is $147. Cash payments In this club any
where from 525 to 530. remainder of pur
chase in weekly Installments of from
53 to 55. '
Club "C" contains pianos priced reg
ularly at from 5350 to 5450. Prices to club
members 5247 to 5336. Payments 512.50
down and 52 ser week.
Prices In Club "A," which Is also a
very popular club, are 5117, 5138, 5154 and
up to 5222. These are pianos that sell
in tho regular retail way for from 5300 ro
5300. Cash payment is 55 and remainder
in installments of 51.25 weekly.
Every Instrument is fully guaranteed
and money back, should your purchase
fall in any way to prove exactly as rep
resented. Eilers Piano House, the fair
est and most widely known piano-dealers
on the Coast. Portland store. 251 Wash
ington street, corner Park. Other large
stores, San Francisco. Stockton and Oak
land. Cal-: Spokane and Seattle, Wash.;
Boise and Lcwlston. Idaho.
control of most of -the retail business of
the country and are reputed to be merci
One Case of Plague at Valparaiso.
NEW YORK. March ZL There have
been no fatalities from bubonic plague,
and thus far only one case has been re
ported In Valparaiso de Chile, according
to the Herald's advices from that city.
The authorities are taking every step to
prevent the plague spreading, and no
fears are entertained on this score.
TRAIN WRECKED FOR MALICE
Seven Persons on Rock Island Are
Injured as Result.
DES MOINES. la. March 21. The
Rocky Mountain Limited, west bound,
on the Rock Island Railroad, was
wrecked near Homestead, la. early to
day, and sexen persons were Injured.
According to the railway officials, the
wreck was caused by train wreckers,
who escaped In the darkness.
The most seriously Injured are:
Mrs. L Crosswhltc, Sargeant. Colo.;
cut and bruised.
C J. Pomeroy, mall clerk, Newton.
Kan.; head cut.
A. C Hotchkiss, engineer. Rock
Island, I1L; bands and feet scalded.
William Smith, fireman, Hock Island,
III.; head and shoulders bruised.
W. H. Vallock, porter. Chicago; head
L. A. Webber, mail clerk. Council
Bluffs, la; head cut.
The wreck occurred on a high em
bankment, where the roadbed had been
made soft by recent heavy rains. The
roadmaster reported tho wreck in tho
'The wreck was caused by an un
known party removing spikes, bars
and angle bars and misplacing the rail.
Spikes were removed from two rails.
The engine and first four cars were
thrown down a 45-foot embankment.
The engine was completely stripped,
the mail car destroyed, the buffet car
on its side and the two sleepers badly
Malice, Not Robbery, the Motive.
CHICAGO. March 2L Officials of the
Rock Island In Chicago expressed doubt
that the wreck was caused by robbers,
but said that the wrecking of the train
was done maliciously and with premedi
tation. It was found that the rails had
not only been removed, but after being
taken out of line with the rest of the
track had been spiked down again.
i prnr,WoIf e S.Co.
English Mohair Special $1.00 $2.00 Satine Petticoats 89c
Opportunity here today for buying the popular English
Mohair Sicilians at less than regular prices 50 pieces
44 inches wide full color range and broad variety of
new weaves high silky luster equal to elsewhere $2
qualities. Our price heretofore was $1.25, today you
can buy at $1.00
In the Cloak Store today: We offer women's black satine
Petticoats, made in the latest styles, with accordion and
knife-plaited flounces, umbrella shaped and section
ruffles, some with fancy corded and tucked effects. Reg
ularly $1.50 to $2.00. The best Petticoat offer of the
season at 89
Four Great Millinery Specials for Today's Selling
$2.25 Turbans $1.45
Silk covered wire frames, full tucked chiffon
brims, crowns of fine quality horsehair braid.
Eight shapes to choose from toques, pointed
and continental turbans and medium size dress
shapes. These can be worn just as they are,
but a bunch of flowers or any small 'trimming
makes them complete for dress wear; remarka
ble value at $1.45
Flowers Special 25c
Great flower special comnrisinir a hie- tabln
filled with crushed roses, small June roses, plain
foliage, also foliage with buds and violets. Great
chance for securing hat garniture very reasonable.
$5 Trimmed Hats $3.95
These are made of plain and fancy straw
braids, chiffons and malines, are trimmed
with flowers, foliage, ribbons and orna
ments. Fully 20 distinct styles to choose
from turbans, walking effects and large dress
shapes. Every wanted color included in the
showing; best $5.00 values on sale today
at . 3.95
50c Wire' Frames 39c
Women "who are contemplating making a hat
will find the largest variety of frames'here. Ours'
are the best quality, are made of silk covered
wire and are well braced. Thirty-five different
' shapes black or white.
English Voiles 12c $1 Song Albums 15c $1.25 Hand Bags 95c
The cool weather of the past few days
doesn't interfere with the rush at the
Wash Dress Goods Counter one bit.
This-is due to the fact that we are al
ways selling underprice. For today,
English voiles in checks dots, figures
and solid colors All the popular
shades Special at IZ1
SALARY FOE DOING NOTHING
Direct Evidence as to How Judge
Hooker Runs His Office.
ALBANT. X. T., March 23. Ex-Postmaster
Arthur R. Moore, of Fredonla.
N. Y., today testified before the assembly
judiciary committee, which Is lnvestlKat-lnj-
charges against" Supreme Court Jus
tice Warren B. Hooker, that several em
ployes on the payroll of his office never
performed any duty In his office, some
or them, indeed, being actually employed
elsewhere at the same time.
Letters alleged to have passed between
Justice Hooker and G. W. Beavers, su
perintendent of tbe salary and allowance
division.- First Assistant Postmaster-General
Perry S. Heath and other officials
of the Postofflce Department and Post
master Moore, relative to the appoint
ment In connection with which impropri
eties are alleged against Justice Hooker,
were admitted la evidence.
In the Music Store today 2000 Song Albums
by popular composers, for tenor, soprano-,
contralto and bass; regular price is $1.00,
for today only, each 15
v In the Book Store
SPECIAL-" Call of the Wild," by Jack
London, heretofore $1.08, now 50
"The Virginian,-'' by OwenTVister; heretofore
$1.0S, now 50
In the Leather Goods Store today a re
markable special in women's hand
bags, in seal, walrus and buffalo
grain leather sbme fitted with
card case and coin purse others
with coin purse only in tan, black
and brown. Regularly sold at $1.25,
for today only, at 9'o
50c Novelty Ribbons at 35c $2 Emb'd Waist Patterns $1.25
In the Ribbon Store today we offer all-silk Taffeta Rib
bons in pink, navy, black, white," brown, light blue and
cardinal grounds with polka dots and edges of a con
trasting color. Genuine 50c qualities at the very low
price of 3"5
These embroidered Waist Patterns are very smiliar to
the lot we sold last week at a higher price". Front, collar
and cuffs beautifully embroidered on fine white lawn.
Best $2.00 value. On sale today at the very low price
of .' ?1.25
- m .
ed by the First Regiment, Connecticut
National Guard, and veterans of tbe G.
A. R. and religious services were held In
GREAT YEAE P0E RAILROADS
Construction of Over 9000 Miles Pre
dicted for Year 1905.
CHICAGO. March a. The Railway Age
tomorrow will say that'll is to witness
great activity in railroad building. A
tabulated statement shows 7s6o miles
under contract of construction and 9333
miles of projected road which may rea
sonably be expected to materialize.
In Canada also the year will witness
wonderful activity In railway construc
tion, including the Inauguration at sev
eral points of work on another trans
continental line, which is to add 350)
miles to the lines to be operated by the
.Grand Trunk Railway Company.
Quebec Will Have New Government.
QUEBEC, March 2L 9. N. Parent. Pre
mier .of the Province of Quebec, has re
signed. Lomer Gouin was asked to form a
new Cabinet. Gouin was formerly Minister
of Public Works In the Parent Cabinet. He
After-dinner pill: purely Teretable: prompt and
pleasant; e&ij to take and easy to operate. 25c
Irooixe the blood, feed the rerres and train, toaa
the ctosacb, and cire rrstfnl sleet). 30c or ft.
jjrncriits or man. u. I. uood Co., LoiroU,
JLt Jaado bj- Hood It's Good.
m QUARTER SIZE H
W IS CENTS EACH? 2 FOR 3S CENTS R
I I CLUETT, PEA BODY & OO., g
resigned six weeks ago because Premier
Parent refused to form a new Cabinet,
The Legislature will adjourn until
Thursday, when It Is expected the new
government will be prepared to meet the
"MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY
'THE Crossctt Shoes for 1905 are
new in style old in comfort
and the standard for shoes is pegged
one point bicker than ever before.
IfyouT dealer cJoffa not keep them, we
will send say style hjr mall or ex
press on receipt of price vrith 35c. ad- '
dlHonsl to pay forwaxdiag charges.
Write for ilixstrcted catalog. '
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Tutt's Liver Pills keep the bow
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the system of all impurities An
absolute cure for sickheadache,
dyspepsia, sour stomach, con
stipation and kindred diseases.
"Can't do without them"
R. P. Smith, Chi&esburg", Va.
writes I don't know how I could
do without them. I have had
Liver disease for over twenty
years. Am now entirely cured.
Tutt's Liver Pills
I'UJjKK.AT, OF GENERAL HAWLEY
Capital of Connecticut Pay "Hlgi
Honor to Dead Senator.
HARTFORD. Conn., March 2L The
funeral of General Joseph R. Hawley.
ex-United States Senator, held here
today, brought together a notable gath
ering of men prominent in public and
business life. For three hours today the
body lay In state In the rotunda of the
The General Assembly met and ad
journed as a. mark of respect to the mem
ory of General Hawley and immediately
afterward a Joint memorial service was
held In the House chamber. Senator O.
H- Piatt delivered an eulogy on his for
mer colleague. The joint convention of
thp General Assembly was then adjourned
and the body was removed to the Asy
Jum 'Hill .TongregatlonaI Church, escort-
The TeniWe SKm Scourge 1 Itching Beratag.
UmcH& We-pJflS, CraciMg. SaKft&
tittle babies mo t-Wcted. o sl-reitfTMi
bcralrx. ltctlcc. Hopeless mothers worn cut "w Ua
5eytc-rr Tiero to a quiet, pci tire car. la
Ccraliti of HarBU Soap, scedletted, sausep
tie: Slcl-Lhe-atl- (olnt,). to WU bomor renaf,
til tie fWa sad -top Itchier, and S-CiK&caltH
TlIt-. to prptl honor reraa. MUL.TI
TXJ DESOFMO TITERS rtlroaSklaticalthl
treatment with Hrlaat Seas for hnaedUtelr.
relleTtcr 4 qdcklr carter kinds of dlftre
lcr humors from infancy to old re. for inu-fjlcg-
tho kla and hair; oothlsc all lrrltatloM
laA for asy azti-epUc -ases. Dross-Ma.
WOODARD. CLARKE t CO
Fsurth sued WasUsct-tJ-,
ire safe; you needn't get
cheated in them, Schilling's
Best are not only pure - and
true, but generous
Ail signs of Spring are welcome, but none more so to
the feminine minds of Portland than this announcement of the
Annual Opening of New Spring Styles at SilTerfield's.
Every woman makes a mental note that this is one of the
things she must attend. The styles this season are so
elaborate, so varied aad so extensive that the most extra
ordinary" results have been" attained. Anhoar. spent here during this opening will give you a better idea of
the season's styles than could be obtaiaed were., you to spend a month in shopping at any other time. All
1 the best European styles have bees, singled with oar own original and stunning creations for your inspection.
We will have music by one of the leading mandolin orchestras of the city and will be pleased to have every
woman in Portland and vicinity consider this anneuxtcement a personal invitation to be our guest on one or
all or these days. Although we will have oa exhibition everything that, ladies wear the showing, will be
principally made up of MillinKj, Ladies', Kisses' and Children's Suits, Costumes and Cloaks.