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SHE HOKNING- -OEEQCTSBESr, WEBSESD&Y, MABGH 29, 1905.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
THE OREGOTAXS TKT.TTPHONES.
Counting-Boom Mala 667
Maniginj: Editor Main 636
Sunday Editor Mala 6235
City Editor Mala 166
Society Editor 3Ialn 6235
Composing-Room .Main 6S5
Superlateadent Building Red
East Side Office East 61
MARQUAil THEATER (Morrison, between 6th
and 7th) Evening at 8:15, Pollard Lilliputian
Opera Company, la 'The Belle of New York.
COLUMBIA THEATER 14th and Washing
ton) Evening at 8, "3l Contented woman."
THEATER (Park and Washington)
ontlnuous vaudeville. 2:30. 7:80 and 9
. Qt.D THEATER (Park and Washington)
2ontinuous vaudeville. ' 2:30 to 10:30
SIoxtaviujl Wants Depot. Monta
vllla wants a freight and passenger de
pot located at the sidetrack to the O. R.
& N. main line in North Montavilla. Resi
dents and business men say that It would
pay the company to establish a depot on
the spur, as there are now 3000 people
living north and east of Ihe Section Line
road east of Mount Tabor, and an im
mense amount df freight of all descrip
tions is hauled out there from Portland
every month at heavy expense. A peti
tion recently circulated In Alontavllla
was well signed and has been presented
to the railroad managers, but no answer
has been received.
Portland Rose Society. AU members
of the Portland Rose Society and others
who wish to become identified with It
zre cordially invited to attend a meet
ing to be held In the Chamber of Com
merce at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
At this meeting plans -will be discussed
for a continuous exhibit to be held in the
Forestry Building during the Lewis and
Clark Fair. This Is an Important meet
ing and a large attendance is expected.
Papers on Apocrtphal Literature.
A meeting of the class for the study of
apocryphal literature will be held this
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Selllng
Hlrsch Building. Papers will be pre
sented on the books of Susannah, Manas
seh. the Three Holy Children and Bel
and the Dragon, after which Dr. Stephen
S. Wise will lead the discussion on these
books. AH' Interested are Invited.
L'pchcrch Lodob to Celebrate Anni
versary. t'pehurch Lodge. No. 126. A- O.
I". W., will celebrate tonight the fifteenth
anniversary of the lodge in the hall at
Seventeenth and Marshall streets. A num
ber of members of the Grand Lodge and
charter members of the lodge will be
" After Manukacturino Establishment.
There will be a meeting of the Monta
villa Board of Trade Friday evening,
when a proposition will be received for
establishing a manufacturing concern on
the sidetrack of the O. R. & N. Company.
The nature of the concern Is not yet an
nounced. Stephens Addition Complain, Com
plaint is made by residents of Stephens
AddlUon about the , slabwood wagons.
EasrSeventh street is strewn with slab
wood, which has fallen from passing
wacons. and yesterday the street near
the engine-house resembled a slabwood
The new steel steamer. Redondo will
call for San Francisco Thursday after
noon, March 30, Cabin, $12: steerage, 5S;
meals and berth Included. C. H. Thomp
son, agent. 128 Third street-
It- You want to eat the kind of bread
your mother used to make, get your wife
a. sack of Pillsbury s flour from your
eroeer. He can set It of Wadhams &
Kerr Bros., agents.
Evertbodt admits Plllsbury's flour to
be the best In the world. If you want
to prove It get a sack from your grocer.
Wadhams & Kerr Bros., agents.
Steamer Alliance sails from Couch-
street dock for Coos Bay and Eureka ax
S P. M. Thureday, March 20. F. P.
Baumgartner, agent. Main 861., "
Oriental Rua Sale. Buy your ruga
from us while we are selling at cost
preparing room for our new stock. Atlyeh
Bros., 411 Washington.
The members of Company C, Third In
fantry. O. N. G.. give their next dancing
party Wednesday evening. March 29.
Another car of PlllsbuTy's fiouc just
arrived. Get It of, your grocer.
The Calumet Restaurant. 149 Seventh.
Fine luncheon. S5c: dinner EOc.
IN BEHALF OF BEV. ME. TOY
Dr. Chapman Says He "Does
Fraunt His Career."
PORTLAND. Or.. March 28. To the
Editor.) I have read with surprise your
editorial this morning, headed "One's
Moral Nakedness," and In. behalf of the
evangelists associated with me I desire
to send you this word of protest I was
surprised because I have been led to be
lieve that The Oregonlan was inclined to
give us all necessary space, and to assist
us In a work which we have reason to
believe may be helpful to the city with
out reference to class or creed.
I beg to say that we have come to
Portland because we have been asked to
do so by the Protestant churches of the
city, and are not here pressing our Indi
vidual claims or with any other thought
In mind than to help men and women to
live better and truer lives.
In your reference to the Rev. Daniel
S. Toy, you have. I am sure unwittingly,
seriously grle'ed a true man and one
whose only ambition Is to help his fellow-men.
Mr. Toy does n6t flaunt his
former career before the public He tells
his story because I have urged htm to
do so. and because men representing the
best life of the cities we have visited
have considered It helpful to those who
are sorely In need of a word of cheer.
This service Is mainly to be held for men
who are hopeless and helpless. The evan
Kellsts have planned to give a supper to
all men who may count themselves as
belonging to this class, and then to in
vite them to attend the service which
may be held In one of the city churches.
Concerning this service, which was held
la Denver, Dr. Robert F. Coyle, the for
mer moderator of the general assembly.
stated before a San Ftandcco audience
the other ,day. "I consider it on of the
greatest, services we held." The pastor
of the church where the service was con
ducted writes me that 26 men Joined his
church as a result of the meeting. I
naturally, therefore, have a right to re-
sent the wounalng of as true a man as
I know and the false Impression you have
given your readers concerning his mis
si on. J. WILBUR CHAPMAN.
Edward A. Hawley Is Dead.
Edward A. Hawley. a member of the
firm or Hawley. Dodd & Co.. In Portland,
from 1866 to 1SS0. died March 2 In New
Tork. Mr. Hawley left Portland In 1SS0
and opened banks In Baton and Walla
Walla. He left Oregon In 1BS3, going to
Bridgeport. Conn- where he had been
connected with the manufacture of
type writer. He was a particular friend
of Charles H. Dodd. with whom he was
engaged in the hardware and agricultural
Implement business while in Portland.
Baptist Ministers Meet.
The Interest In the Chapman meetings
has extended outside of the city. Preach
ers of the various denominations have
come to Portland to enjoy the services
and get Inspiration for the work they are
doing throughout the state. At the White
Temple yesterday, morning- about 75
preachers of the Baptist denomination
met for a conference and planned other
meetings for the week. Rev. C. A.
Wooddy. D. D.. presided. After a prayer
and song service. Rev. Thomas Needham
was Introduced and brought greetings
from Dr. Chapman to the pastors pres
He entered a protest against what he
termed the "vicious editorial" la The
Oregonlan against ' vthat noted man. of.
God. Rev. D. S. Toy." Dr. Toy was In-'
troduced and delivered a most effective
address on "Who Are the Sons of God?"
Dr. B rougher delivered an address that
enthtised his hearers on the subject, "The
HIS FALL KAY PE0VE FATAL
C. E. Ramsby Suffers a Fracture of
C. E. Ramsby, a foreman at the Acme
Mills, was very seriously Injured yes
terday Afternoon, while repairing some
machinery. Mr. Ramsby was working
oh a high ladder near the roof of the
mill and was engaged In putting a
large stick of timber In place. It Is
supposed that this timber came Into
contact with a pulley or belt, throwing
the man from his footing- to the ground,
where he struck upon his head and
shoulders receiving Injuries from which
it is feared he will not recover.
The victim of the accident was' taken
REVIVALISTS WILL YISIT
Fred Butler, the Singiag Evangelist.
The evangelists will invade the North
End tonight It will not be the main
event ot the week in that section, but
merely a preparatory step to what is
to come Thureday at midnight, when the
revivalists and a following of enthu
siastic church members will leave their
accustomed districts of the city and
march to the music of a hand through
the streets to one of the Burnside-street
concert halls, and there endeavor to se
cure converts. The invasion tonight will
be la the nature of a visit at Crick
son's saloon and concert hall, where
Fred Butler, the former operatic singer,
will do his part In entertaining Eriek
non's guests. He will be followed by
Rev. J. H. Snyder, the evangelist from
the Men's Resort, and then will come
tb Chapman Quartet, who will stag
to the Good Samaritan Hospital where
his wounds were dressed. It was
''learned that his skull had been frac
tured from the fall and that he had
sustained other serious and painful
Ramaby is unmarried and lives at
1082 Mllwaukle avenue with his two
AT THE THEAJE RS
"The Belle of New York."
Harry Bronson Miss Leah Lelohaer
Mr. Twiddle Master Harold Fraser
Cora Aagellque Miss Daphne Pollard
Doc" Sniftkins.... Master Oscar Helntz
Count Ratsl Ratattoo.Master Jack Helntz
Count Patst Ratattoo.Master Fred Helntz
"Bllnky Bill McQulrk
...Master Teddle ilcNaraara.
Kenneth Mugg Master Fred Pollard
"Kiasle FiUgarter....MUs Merle Pollard
Friscot Miss IJllle Bull
Flfi Frlcot Miss Olive Moore
Rev. S&ypllot.... Master Howie Shedden
Karl von Pempernlck
Master Willi Thomas
Ichabod Bronson... Master Jack Pollard
Mamie Clancy... i.. Miss Myrle Pollard
Billy Breeze Master Roy Smith
Violet Grey... ...Hiss Eva. Moore
The Pollard kids, just from Oriental tri
umphs. returned to the Marquam last
night for a two weeks engagement They
are better tnan ever, ana xne Dig auai
ence which saw them In "The Belle df
New York" last night was more than
ever delighted with the clever youngsters.
They will repeat "The Belle" tonight
and tomorrow night Friday and Satur
day nights they will give "The Geisha,
and Saturday afternoon "Pinafore." Nex
week's repertoire has not yet been an
Howard Gould Recovering.
Howard Gould, leading man of the Co
lumhln. Stock Comnanv. who Is verv
at the North Pacific Sanitarium, as the
result of an operation, rested easily yes
terday. and is believed to be on the road
Indicted Man on Way Here.
Henry W. Miller, the much-lndlcted
Medford man. will reach Portland today
from San Francisco In the custody of
United States Deputy Marshal
answer to his connection with the in
dlctment of Miller and Klncart for"
false locations in Southern Oregon.-and
for subornation of perjury. Owing
the failure of Miller to furnish bonds
he will perhaps be placed In jail here
to await the calling of his case in the
June term of court.
Deaf Mutes to Attend Services.
Mrs. J. H. Gibson will be present
at Taylor-Street Methodist Episcopal
Church tonight to Interpret the serv
ices to the deaf mutes. Seats will b
reserved in the gallery to tho right of
All the delicacies of hs season at tfc
Portland Restaurant, fine, private apart-
taents for parties. 3C5 Wash., near tk.
Never falls to- cure sick headache, often
the very first dose. This is what la taW by
all wno try carter s uius i-iver- truis.
DR. TOY DEFENDED
Ministers' Committee Passes
THEIR CHURCHES INDORSE
Right of Oregonian Is Denied to Ex
press Its Opinion on a Question
of Pulpit Ethics Dr. Randall
DR. RANDALL CONDEMNS RESO
LUTIONS. At Ceateaarr Methodist Church, the
resolutions conoemning The Oregonlan
were passed, but the ministers were not
unanimous as to the propriety of the
meeting passing such resolutions.
When the reasiutlons came up. Rev.
William H. Rand&lL paster of the Cen
tral Baptist Church, entered a Strang
protest against the pastage ot the reso
lutions. Dr. Randall said the liberty of
the press to rxprcss Its views on all
Questions and on public men was un
questioned, and The Oregonlan had
simply exercised- Its right and duty. It
was an ethical .question, mid Dr. Ran
dall, aad as such The Oregonlan had a
right to express its views. Speaking of
the subject-matter la the editorial ifom
aa ethical standpoint. Dr. Raadall said
that if a. fallea woman who had rerormea
should attempt to speak from the plat
form of her past life and tell the causes
which led to her reform she would not
receive attention. Dr. Raadall did not
think that the resolution was opportune
or expedient in the midst of a revival.
After the meeting, a large number who
were present in the congregation com
mended Dr. " Randall for having the
courage of his convictions and the
bravery to express them when his broth
er ministers were on the other side of
There was a called meeting of the exec
utive committee of the evangelistic move
ment at the Y. M. C. A. yesterday after
noon presumably for the purpose of hear
ing the reports from tho nine religions
districts of the city. A prayer or two
was offered, after which one of the minis
ters present called the attention of the
others to an editorial In The Oregonlan
yesterday regarding the story of Dr.
Daniel S. Toy's life, which is to be told
by that evangelist at the Men's Resort
Several of tho preachers were ready to
talk ot the editorial, and after all had
been given an opportunity to speak Dr.
Chapman explained that Rev. Mr. Toy
had never told the story of his life
except at the earnest solicitation-of the
speaker, and then to an audience com
posed of men only, and that Dr. Toy had
an ..aversion to telling the story even
then, but consented to when told that
he would probably be the means of sav
ing some sinners. He suggested that The
Oregonlan be written a letter by the ex
ecutive committee In which the paper
would be Informed that the preachers ot
the city resented the article.
Foijowing Dr. Chapman s remarks sev
eraljocal preachers arose and advocated
ting of resolutions and presenting
them to the various congregations In the
nine districts last night The question
was put to a vote, which was carried In
the affirmative. The evangelists did not
Rev. J. Whltcomb Brougher. Rev. Fran
'els Burgette Short and Rev. E. L. House
rwere appointee a committee oy iuiv. r.
P. Hill to prepare the resolutions, which
are printed upon the editorial page of The
Oregonlan this morning. Copies of the
resolutions were sent to all the churches
with Instructions from the executive
committee to have them read from the
pulpits and a vote taken upon their adop
tlon by the congregations, after which the
meetlnjr adjourned without hearing the
reports from the districts.
At First Presbyterian Church
There were many people present at the
Presbyterian Church last night to listen
to the last sermon of Dr. J. Wilbur
Chapman In that edifice. He explained
that owing to the larger seating
capacity of the White Temple he had de
cided to hold his meetings there In the
future and would preach his sermon this
evening from the pulpit of the First
After a prayer and singing by the
choir Rev. J. Whltcomb Brougher arose
to explain that as chairman of the .third
district he was about to read a resolu
tlon that had been adopted by the execu
tive committee of the evangelistic move
ment He then read the resolution and
followed the reading with a talk upon
the manner in which The Oregonlan has
presented religious news to Its readers.
He said: "The policy of the paper Is un
just unreasonable and unrighteous and
the people ought to rise up In their
wrath and resent the persistent attack of
The Oregonlan upon religion and re
ligious ministers. Christian people should
stop taking the paper and Christian roer
chants should take out their advertise
ments If the paper persists In printing
editorials like the one in question. It
would seem like cringing cowardice to
allow the paper to continue Its abuse
without a show of resentment on the
part of the church members.
Following Dr. Broughers remarks Rev.
Mr. Chapman took occasion to explain
his stand in the matter by saying that he
had taken no part in preparing or
adopting the resolution and that he did
not Intend to, but that he wished to say:
"The attack on Daniel S. Toy is resented
by me and I want to take the responsl
blllty for the proposed telling of Dr
Toy's life story In the Men's Resort, as
I have Insisted that Dr. Toy tell it; and
further. I wish to say that a prominent
banker of Colorado who heard the story
has promised to pay the expenses ot
hall In every city the evangelists visited
if Dr. Toy repeats the 'story.
As soon as Dr. Chapman had finished
C J. Millls and Mr. Jamison moved the
adoption of the resolutions. The motions
were seconded and the congregation
given an opportunity to vote, to which a
goodly number responded by standing.
and Dr Brougher declared the resolu
tlons adopted, after which he again ad
vised the congregation as to what course
to pursue regarding The Oregonlan.
Dr. Chapman Preaches.
Fred Butler followed the business ses
slon of the gathering with a solo, after
which Dr. Chapman preached from the
"Is it well with thee? Is it well with
thy husband? Is it well with the child?
And she answered. It Is welL" First
Kings. 4th chapter and 26th verse.
He spoke In part as follows: "Is it
well with thee? That is personal salva
tion. Here is a life beset by trials, temp
tation Is on every side and no man can
live as he ought to live until by faith
he takes Christ. It is not well with him
If he is not a Christian.
"There are certain reasons why one
ought to turn to be a Christian: First.
God is ready: second. Christ Is ready:
third, friends are ready.
"Is it well with thy husband? This
does not simply mean is it well with tho
one who walks by your side In the Jour
ney of life, but the one with whom you
have influence. Is It well with the child?
If not the child Is away from Christ. We
must speak to such. No child ot God is
free from responsibility until he has
spoken to every one over whom he has
influence about his personal relations with
Christ. Second, pray for them. It"i3 true
that the effectual fervent prayers of a
righteous man avallcth much, but better
live before them a consistent Christian
Services at Taylor-Street Church.
The Wrvicea of the evening at the
Taylor-Street Methodist Church were
opened as usual by a season of singing.
at the conclusion of wnicn iff. snort,
the pastor of the church, acting as chair
man of the first district, onered ine reso
lutions, which were presented at the
other churches ot the city. Dr. Short
made a few remarks before reading the
paper. Ho said: "Every man likes a
square deal, and the time has! come when
tho ministers of the city are about to
demand It They have been scoffed at,
their pure purposes have been held up to
scorn and their efforts have in large part
been nullified by the infidel teachings of
certain newspaper which I win name
later. At a meeting ot tne pastors ana
evangelists, which was held In the after
noon, It was decided that cither this
state of things must end, or else the
people of Portland would have to get
new set ot ministers, xney aeaaea
to turn to their constituents, their con
gregations, and ask their support In a
demand for fair and courteous treatment
from The Oregonlan." Then Dr. Short
road the resolutions.
Rev. W. E. Blederwolf fouowea me
other speaker. He said: "Once before In
my experience au editor dared to attack
a clergyman and the clergyman demanded
vindication of his congregation. The re
sult was that 7500 subscriptions were
taken off tho lists of that paper ana uie
editor was driven to bankruptcy. After
the newspaperman had become bankrupt
he was converted."
Mr. Blederwolf said he would not say
that he wished such a thing to happen
to "The Oregonlan. but he did think that
the people of Portland should arise and
demand that The Oregonlan refrain from
criticizing the ministers as it bad done
in the past
"Thli m advisable " ho saia. -since mo
mnr in th airent of. and responsible for.
In large part, the corruption- and evil In
the grasp ot wnicn tne city is sut,uub-
At First Congregational Church.
The eoncretratlon at the First Con
gregational Church last night was not
quite as large as other times, but the
Interest manifested was equal to that
of any of the preceding meetings ot
After a few songs oy tne cnoir, kbv.
W. S. Gilbert, chairman of tne secona
HlRtviet read the resolutions by tne
executive committee, of the evangelistic
movement and asked all tnat were
In favor of their adoption -to stand.
Quito a number responded, and tho
chairman declared the resolution
Mr. Hillls sang "Just One," and be
fore he had concluded the song there
were many In the audience moved to
tears. Rev. Henry Ostrom then an
nounced as his text the 21st verse of
the first chapter of St Matthew and.
preached a sermon, after which Mr.
Hillls again sang a solo.
At Other Churches.
At the Fourth Presbyterian Church,
the People's Institute, the Forbes
Presvbterlan Church, Sunnyside Con-
trregatlonal Church. Calvary Baptist
Church and Centenary Methodist
Church the resolutions were read and
upon motion 'of the chairman adopted
by a rising vote.
CALLS ON SINNERS TO REPENT
Rev. W. E. Blederwolf Preaches at
the White Temple.
At the White Temple yesterday aft
ernoon a gathering was present to lis
ten to the Chapman revivalists sing
songs and persuade sinners to become
interested in religion. Rev. W. E. Ble
derwolf was the- speaker of the day
and In a sermon from the text. Romans
lx:S, "I could wish myself accursed
for my brethren," caused tears to flow
from the eyes ot many of his hearers.
He said in part:
"What a mighty Instrument in the
hands of God for winning men thl3
man Paul was. In another place he
tells ns that his crown of rejoicing
was to be the fact that those whom
he had led to Christ would be In the
nresence of his Lord wnen he came.
and If for every man and woman he led
to a savins: knowledge of God- a star
was added to his crown, what a bright
crown Paul Is wearing tonight. The
secret of his marvelous influence over
men we will find In the wonderful pas
sion he had for their spiritual Welfare.
"A concern like Pauls finds its in
spiration in a close touch with God.
The Church of Jesus Christ is Christian
no longer than she is the organ ot thu
continuous passion oz unnsi ior tuo
lost What does It mean to have the
snirlt of Christ? Does It mean to re
Jolce in the fact that no matter what
death means to your neighbor, it will
mean to you a happy release from
world of sorrow Into a realm of re
joicing? Well, It may mean that, but
if that Is all the religion of Jesus
Christ means to you, then you of all
people are most without It.
"This kind of concern must have re
lief and it always finds It in an earnest
effort on behalf ot the unsaved. How
Paul puts to shame the half-heart-edness
with which you and I go
throutrh life while, all about us are
those with eyes blind with sin who ar
cointr straight out Into eternal loss
and ruin. This concern -finds its occa
sion In a clear view of' lost men and
women- We need to believe that God
mean3 what He says, that men without
Christ are lost!
Noon-Day Services Are Held.
The noon-day meeting at the Mar
rmnm Grand yesterday attracted an
other large crowd of women and a few
men. There was singing by the choir
and aontrs by the quartet and solos.
Rev. Mr. Blederwolf was the principal
it's Dollars to Doughnuts
That you can-hunt this town over and
not find such a steak, chop, roast as
you can regale yourself with at
Kruse's. It you are keeping Lent yon
will fipd all kinds ot fresh and salt
water fish, lobsters, crabs, oysters,
clams, and cooked In the most deli
cious manner at
Fesrth h4 Stark Streets
speaker. He took for his text, "And
Jacob was left alone and there wres
tled with a man until the breaking of
The speaker was at his best in his
story of Jacob, and throughout the
noon hour held his audience at close
attention and with stories of a pa
thetic -.nature moved; many of them to
Programme for Today.
9:30 A. M.-Addrees. Rev. J. H. ThcmpsoR;,
Taylor-Street Methodist Church.
10 A. M. Address, Rev. R. A. Walton, Taylor-Street
11 A. M. Conference. 'The Evangelistic
Church," Taylor-Street Methodist Church, Rev.
W. E. Blederwolf.
12;15 P. M. Noon meeting. Marquam Thea
ter. J. Wilbur Chapman.
2:15 P. M. Lecture-room White Temple.
"Personal Worker Studies," Rev. J. H.
3 P. M. White Temple. "New Testament
Prayer," Rev. Hcarr Ostrom: J. P. HI1H.
singer. Services la all the districts; except
that the Central Districts 1, 2 and 3 qalte at
the White Temple.
3: P. M. Children's meeting. First Con
gregational Church; Rev. C T. Schaeffer.
7:15 P. M First Prbyterian Church: Rev.
J. "WUbur Chapman, evangelist; Fred Butler,
soloist; Charles F. Allen, chorister. First Con
gregational Church; Heary Ostrom, evaagellst:
John P, Hillls. soloist. Taylor-Street Methodist
Church: W. E. Blederwolf, evaagellst: Hrry
Maxwell, soloist Fourth Presbyteriaa Church.
Daalel S. Toy. evaagellst; Frank Dickson, bc
lolst Calvary Baptist Church; Henry 'W.
Slough, evangelist: W. H. Colllfson. eololst.
Ceateaary Methodist Church; John H. Elliott,
evangelist: C. H Rykert, oololst. Forbes Pres
byterian Church; Thomas Needham, ange!ist;
Clifton Powers, eololst. Sunnyside Congrega
tional Church: R. A. "Walton, evangelist; O.
K. Pugh. eololst. Ttople's Institute: X El
Is the fate of too many women and chll
dren. simply because a little saving
wasn t done wnen tne marriage was made.
KAQt Tiro tt Tn vnn .Marl nii thio frwar
is to put a few dollars into this bank, add
to them and then we'll add 4 per cent
interest to tne totai, compound tnat semi
annually, and you and your little ones
will reap the reward of thrift when hard
times come, we win loan you a HOiis
SAVINGS BANK to assist you in saving.
it s iree.
Oregon Savings Bank
Sixth and Morrison
Low price, easy terms, and will pro
duce annually many times present
price per acre.
Will leave Portland Saturday evening
arriving back Monday morning. No
loss of time. Low round-trip rates
arranged by calling on
E. S. JACKSON
General Sales Agent
246 STARK ST.
Jus! now we have too manv of the fin
est pianos In the world. STBINWAT.
iaTEY. EMERSON and many other
splendid pianos are crowded Into our
warerooms untrrrt-is next to impossible
to move aoout.
COME AND RELIEVE TIS OB TFTTC
CONGESTION WE WILL MAKE IT AN
uiijjsux txiti sou, we also have a
number of USED SQUARE, GRAND
AND UPRIGHT pianos which we simply
must get out of the was'. Whr not trv
one? We will allow you all you pay for
il in.ier aa toward ioe purcoase oi a new
one. jsasx PAyjiEMS. See us now.
xou will not regret It
We have a good used Piano
SOULE BROS. PIANO CO.
372 and 374 Morrison st. Cor. W. Park.
Park and Washlagton, Portland, Orcgoa
"Ttie School of Quality"
MODERN, PRACTICAL, COMPLETE
Open aH the year. CtUHpu ine
A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL. B.. PRINCIPAL
LOVEJOT STREET. NEAR
ROOM HOUSE AND PULL 'LOT.
HOUSE IS PIPED FOR FURNACE AND
HAS GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT.
NOTHING TO EQUAL THIS FOR THE
MONEY IN THIS FINE LOCALITY.
GEO. M. STRONG, 113 SECOND ST.
4S DekKm UMc
Ftcbb 9 jl. M. to
S P. 3C
DAY AND THURS
DAY UNTIL 8 P. it.
FREE LAND IN OREGON
I in the rlcheft grain, fruit zad stock, secaaa ta
the world. Thouanioficieiofuidatcrar
cost of irrigttioa. Deed direct from Sate e-f
Orcgoa. WRITE TO-DAY- BOOKLET ami
MAP FREE. Deschutes Irrigation and Fowrr Ccnv
gsay,6 1 e-i i-ia McKay BaMaf ; Portkad,0 1 jpf
IT'S THE BEST OF ALL
PARKER RYE WHISKEY
ROTHCHILD BROS., Portland, Or.
THE ONLY ELECTRICAL HOUSE IN THE NORTHWEST
Switchboards. Tablet Boards
Steel Boxes accKoSH
GET OUR ESTIMATES
WESTERN ELECTRIC WORKS
No. -61 Sixth Street-
VHL i I
133 SIXTH STREET
We do crown and bridge work with
out pale Our 18 years' experience In
plate work enables us to fit your
Dr. Vf. A. Wise has found & safe
way toextrace teeth, absolutely with
out pain. Dr. T. P. Wise Is an ex
pert at sold filling and crown and
bridge work. Extracting tree when
plates or bridges are ordered.
WISE BROS., Dentists
FalUne bldg.. cor. 3d and Wash. sts.
Open evenings till 9 P. AC Sundays
from 9 to 12. Or. Haiti 2020.
DR. T. T. WISE.
On account of insufficient room and the
outgrowing of our present quarters, we
will be Installed In our new building at
S63 "Washington St., In the- new six-story
building on the corner of "West Park and
"Washington sts., on or about April 1.
Grand Prix. Paris. 1S00; Double Grand
Prize. St. Louis, 1SCU. COLUMBIA. PHO
NOGRAPH CO., GENL, 12S SCventh St.,
Qsallt?- coatMejtJ. thaa any other
Needles, OH, Repairs
rOK ILL XAKXS AX
954 Merrlsea Street.
WllUajM Avcaue (East S !..
Partlavd. Ores: em.
, HkjRsJV lne cut flowers and I
KSSLMr elegant floral pieces. 1
i sSSSJtK a,' a11 tbe leajiin 3
1 BrwnlM garden plants, such as a
roses, carnations, pan- 1
I BSaTTKS sits, cannas. dahlias, S
I etc at lowest prices, a
v IKff i
INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
W. G. SMITH &.CO.
Corner Fourth and Washington Streets
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY
PORTABLE CABINET OVEN
For hotels, restaurants and bakeries.
Can't be beatfor bread or pastry. Oc
cupies space of refrigerator. We
manufacture every kind of hotel range,
portable and brick-set.
Drop us postal card for prices.
LOEWENBERG & GOING CO.
PHONE MAIN 963. Talcs "S" Car, R. 131 and Into; Streets
And join the grand army who have
sought and found vision - giving
glasses from us where others failed
lamentably to meet their requirements.
I ILJ OPTICIAN
DR. W. A. WISE.
New York Dental Parlors
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
From 8:30 A. M.
Until 10:00 P. M.
Our specialists of world renown will treat
all who come with the courtesy and' care
that the New York Dentists are tQ well
known by. We "do not try to compete with
cheap dental work.but do all kinds ot first
class work at about lialf that charged by
others. All operations axe guaranteed pain
less. You can have your teeth out In tha
morning and go home with your NEW
TEETH "that fit" the same day.
All work guaranteed, with & protected
guarantee for 10 years,
TEETH EXTRACTED- AND FILLED AB
- l. i CUi WITHOUT PAIN, by our lata
scientific methods applied to the gums. No
sleep-producing agents or cocaine.
These are the only dental parlors la
Portland having PATENTED APPLIANCES
and Ingredients to extract, fill and apply
gold crowns and porcelain crowns jindetect
able from natural teeth. All work done by
GRADUATED DENTISTS of from 12 to 20
years" experience, ana each department in
charge or a specialist. Give us & call, and
you will find us to do exactly as we adver
tise. "We will tell you In advance exactly
what your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. SET TEETH .....$5.00
GOLD CKOWNS $5.00
GOLD TTLXJNGS $1.03
SILVER FILLINGS 30o.
New York Dental Parlors.
Hours: 8; 30 A. M. to 10 P. 1L: Sundays and
holidays. 8:30 to 2 P. it.
MAIN OFFICE: v
Fourth and Morrison Streets. Portland, Or.
can select your choice from a port
folio of. 5C0 pieces of popular music
of the world, and Professor Am
sterdam and his Hungarian orches
tra -will render It for you.
Everything to eat and drinS. and
it costs no more in the
Portland Hotel Kathskeller
than elsewhere lir'the dry: Every
weekday nijrht Ircm 3:30 to 12.
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