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THE MORNING- OBEGONIAN, THURSDAY, 'APRIL 6, 190o.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
THE OREGONIAX'S TELEPHONES.
CounUng-Room . Mala 667
Managing Editor Main 636
Sunday Editor Maln 6235
City Editor Main 103
Society Editor .Main C235
Composlng-Rocm .........Mala 685
Superintendent Building Bed 2S20
East Side Office East 61
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER (Morrison at.,
bet. Cth and 7tM Tonltrht at 8:16 o'clock.
Pollard Lilllnutian Ooera Comoanr. In "A
STAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30, 7:30 and 9
GRAND THEATER (Park and -Washington)
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30 to 10:30
"BAKER THEATER (3d and Tainhlil) Con
tinuous vaudeville, 2:80. T:30 and 9 P. M.
PARSON'S HALL, (19th and "Washington) At
2:45 P. M., Rose Eytlnge's Browning recital.
' Good Government Lejlgus Wins. At
the EL Johns election the Good Govern
ment League "won nearly everything
"worth -winning. Official returns show that
B. T. Leggett, on the ticket for Council
man-ai-large, -won by a few votes. This
gives the ticket a considerable majority
of Councilman elected, besides the Re
corder and Treasurer. It is also conceded
that W. H. King owes 'his election to
votes from that faction. The -whole Good
Government movement "was planned and
carried out by Marshal C R. Organ. His
pkill in managing the election shows that
he is an adroit politician. It takes a
pretty shrewd politician to get his can
didates nominated on the opposition tick
ets, but this -was done In the St. Johns
election. "Will Mr. Organ be appointed
Chief of Police?" Is now asked.
'Women's Auxiljart meets. There -was
a meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of
the Civic Improvement Board at the
Chamber of Commerce yesterday, -which
-was attended by the vice-chairmen of the
different -wards. Plans for the carrying
on of the work were talked over. Mrs.
G. 2. Lamberson reported that she had
mapped out the work to be done in her
ward and had appointed six captains lor
the six precincits'. The captains, who held
consultation with her, named the corps
of assistants for the several precincts.
Bach corps will consist of about six per
sons. Other vice-chairmen reported that
the work of organization was rapidly
A. N. Wills Wants to bb Councilman.
A. 2s. Wills, of Sellwood, yesterday an
nounced his Intention of toeing "a candidate
for Councilnuui-aMarge, and has gotten
out the necessary papers to that effect.
-Mr. "Wills Is the son of a pioneer, and a
prominent brick-maker. He says that as
a part of his platform he should object
to saloons in the residence' districts. Re
garding dosing saloons after X A. M., he
eays: "I say enforce the law. If a sa
loon is found open after 1 A. M. cut off
the license then and there. If the li
censes were cut off from saloons that run
after 1 A. M. very few would undertake
to run after that hour."
Sunt to Aid Soczett. While policemen
discussed topics of the day with throe
North End women vagrants in the Muni
pal Court yesterday morning, Eddie and
Tom Summers and Charles Thomas, little
fellows charged with stealing blackberry
brandy, were held to the Boys' and Girls'
Aid Society by Judge Hogue. The lads
were arrested by Patrolman Stuart for
tunneling under an East Portland saloon
and taking ten gallons of brandy. They
woro found drunk, and were sent to police
Directors Are Elected. At the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of the
Portland Crematory Association the rec
ords showed that the number of crema
tions has Increased SO per cent in the
-past year. Directors were elected for the
ensuing year as follows: W. P. Olds, P.
L. Willis, C. B. Bellincer. J. McCraken.
Julius m Meier. -T. X. Teal. A. H.
Xy.leiaMZ) B. Williams and J. C. Flan-
7fe5iEflt"2.n& R. T. Cox secretary.
Rabbi Becomes Naturalized. Rabbi
Adolph Abbey, of the congregation of
Nevah Zedeck Talmud Thora of this city,
became a citizen of the United States
yesterday morning by filing his final citi
zenship papers with the Clerk of the
United States Court. Rev. Mr. Abbey la
a native of Russia and has been in charge
of the Portland congregation for some,
time. He Is well known in the city.
State Grange Meeting. The State
Grange, Patrons of Husbandry, will meet
in Forest Grove on May 23. One of the
features of the -meeting will be the de
gree team contest, which will take place
'In Marsh Hall of the Pacific University,
May 24, the second day of the session.
Multnomah County will be represented
with a teamt which will contest for the
B. P. O. Elks. The members of Port
land Lodge No. 142 are earnestly requested
to meet In our lodge-room, in the Mar
quam building, on Thursday, April G, at 2
P. M. sharp, to assist in laying the cor
ner stone of our new building. Visiting
brothers Invited to participate. By order
of the exalted ruler. John B. Coffey, secretary-
Wanted Rooms All who have rooms for
rent that are first-class and closo in can
book them now with H. C. Bowers, Port
land Hotel, or the Lewis and Clark Hotel
Co., 133 Sixth street, Reed's optical store,
Oregonian building. The Lewis and Clark
Hotel Co. is the only rooming company
that I am Interested In. H. C. Bowers.
Civil Service Examination. The Unit
ed - States Civil Service Commission an
nounces an examination on April 22, 1905,
for the positions of janitor and elevator
conductor in the new postoffice building
in this city, with salaries ranging from
5600 to $720 per annum. Applicants should
apply to Z. A. Leigh, Postofflce, City.
Maes Meetino Tonight. Under the
auspices of the East Twenty-eighth Street
Improvement Association, a meeting of
citizens will take place tonight in the
Mission House, -comer Twenty-eighth and
Glisan streets, to take measures to secure
better fire protection. Mayor Williams
is expected to attend the meeting.
A Delightful Sea Trip. The steamer
Bedondo will sail from ' Portland for San
Pedro, Cal., on April 12, stopping at San
Francisco going and coming, and allowing
three or four days in the Southern Cali
fornia port. Through tickets to Los An
geles. Taylor, Young & Co., agents.
Ww F. Scobie's Funedal. The funeral
of W, F. Soble, former choirleader of
.the Good Shepherd Church, of Upper Al
bina, was held yesterday in that church.
Rev. John Dawson, rector, spoke warmly
of his Christian character. Interment was
in Lone Fir Cemetery.
Touring the Vallet. J. Sherman Tay
lor, traveling passenger agent of the
Great Northern, left yesterday morning
for an extensive tour of the Willamette
"Valley In the interest of his company. He
will be absent from the city several days.
Steamship Alliance sails from Couch
street dock Saturday, April 8, at 8 P. M.,
lor Coos Bay and Eureka. Fare. Eureka'
cabin, $7.50; second-class, $5.00; Coos Bayj
cabin, $5.00; second-class, 53.00. F. p!
Saumgartner, Agent. Phone Main SSL "
North Pacific Steamship Compant's
steamship Roanoke, 2400 tons, sails for
San Francisco. Los Angeles, Coos Bay,
and Eureka Thursday, April 6 8 P "M
from Columbia dock No. 1. Office 251
Washington street H. Young, agent
Will Hold Annual Meetino, The Vis
iting Woman' Association will hold its
annual meeting at S o'clock Thursday
afternoon in the Unitarian Chapel. The
meeting will be public and all Interested
Steamer Nomo City sails direct for San
Francisco and Los Angeles Saturday 6
P. M. Cabin, $12.00 and $2L50; steerage,
$8.00 and 15.00; meals and berths Included
Thompson, agent, 12S Third street "
Pool Tournament Ends. The Multno
mah Club pool tournament has ended,
with Merle Ross in first place, followed
by. Stuart -Harder.
.-3Tob-Rkxtv Two offices Fenton bldg.
2fo Lights on Autos. Bicyclists are
compelled by ordinance to carry a light
at night when riding wheels, but such Is
not the case with automobilists. This
peculiar fact came to light yesterday in
the Municipal Court when the case of
Harvey O' Bryan was called. He was ar
rested by Patrolman Galbralth, but had to
be released. Judge Hogue and Deputy
City Attorney Fitzgerald were surprised
when It was found that there was no or
dinance compelling lights on automobiles
when driven at night While moBt of
those who tour after dark uso lights,
the police have known of several who do
not It was thougfit best to make an
arrest and see what could be done.
Royal Neighbors to Meet. The Btate
Camp of the Royal Neighbors will meet
at KnlRhts of Pythias Hall in the Mar-
quam building at 10 o'clock Tuesday
moraine for the ourD03a of electing a
delegate to the Supreme Camp of the or
der, which is to meet at Topoka, Kan.,
In June. Considerable other business will
be transacted and the degree work will
be exemplified by a picked team from the
four local camps of the order. A recep
tion 06 delegates and visiting Neighbors
will bo held at Upchurch Hall, Seven
teenth and Marshall streets, Monday eve
ning. The Royal Neighbors Is the
womon's auxiliary of the Modern Wood
men of Amerlca.
Elks Plan For Fair. Chamber of
Commerce Hall was crowded last eve
ning with the committees which have in
charge the arrangements for the big Elks'
County Fair, that Is to bo held In Armory
Hall, commencing Tuesday evening, April
25. The ladies who have charge of the
various booths presented most favorable
reports of donations from all sources, and
It is estimated that fully $20,000 worth of
valuable articles will be disposed of.
The Calumet Restaurant 19 Seventh.
Fine luncheon. 35c; dinner GOc. -
AT THE THEATERS
What the Press Agents Say.
"Woman Against Woman" Sunday.
The first of the three special weeks
which the new Columbia Stock Company
will give opens next Sunday matinee, and
the play, "Woman Against Woman," has
been selected from a score of strong, In
teresting dramas, after careful considera
tion on the part of the management
There are excellent parts for MIbb Coun
tifls and Donald Bowles in both leads, and
much Interest has been manifested by
Columbia patrons in the reorganized com
pany, the members of which have so
long held first place in the hearts of Port
land theater-goers. Seats go on sale this
morning at the Dolly Varden box office,
and may reserved by 'phone Main 110.
All the regular season seats will be held
In reserve as usual and the limited sea
son has every prospect of being a grand
Last Performance "A Runaway Girl"
Tonight at the Marquam Grand Thea
ter Portland theater-goers will have their
last opportunity of seeing the Pollard
Lilliputian Opera Company in the tuneful
musical comedy, "A Runaway Girl." To
morrow (Friday) night and Saturday
afternoon at the special matinee "A Gaie
ty Girl" will be the bill. Saturday night
"An American Millionaire." Among the
big notable additions that hare been
made to the Pollard Lilliputian Opera
Company since, its former tour are, the
Pollard Twins, Freddie and Johnnie, who
are the cleverest singing and dancing
Juvenile comedians In the world. Teddie
Macnaroara Is another of the sparkling
little fun-makers, who comes as a strang
er to our playgoers, but who can be de
pended upon to win favor at his first ap
pearance, for he is regarded as a youth
ful phenomenon by the audiences in Aus
tralia, Manila, China and Japan, where
the organization has been successfully
touring previous to entering upon its
American engagement Seats are now
selling for every performance.
Empire Stock Company.
Next Sunday afternoon the Empire
Theater will open its doors with a first-
class stock company, organized specially to
present melodramas, comedies, etc This
the argument "How can they afford to
give a good show for one dime?" It is an
swered that the great volume, of business
coming through the low price of admis
sion amounts at the end of a week to al
most as much as an average business
done -at higher prices. It requires a great
deal of courage on the part of the man
agement to expect to play to capacity
houses each night to enable them to pay
expenses, but the fact that at least half
a dozen vaudeville houses have demon
strated that the public will come If the
prices are low enough, has Induced the
Empire management to enter Into the
The opening play will be the sensational
English melodrama, "The Ticket of Leave
Man." It Is one of the most Interesting
and requires a very good company to pre
sent it and Keating & Flood feel cer
tain that they have secured an excellent
Advance Sale Tomorrow.
Tomorrow (Friday) morning at lOVclock
the advance sale of seats will open for
the semi-musical comedy, "The Marriage
of Kitty," which comes to the Marquam
Grand Theater next Monday and Tuesday
nights, April 10 and 1L Manager Jules
Murry has sent a number of high-class
companies here, but none more pleasing
than "The Marriage of Kitty." and never
a more amusing comedian than Max Fig
man or a better all-round cast of play
ers. Mr. Flgman was the Assessor Brack
with Mrs. Fiske last season, a character
ization which surprised those who had
grown to look upon him as a light com
edian and were unaware of his versa
tility. ROBBED THE HOlfEY TILL.
While Dealer Talked to Prospective
Customer the 8econd Man Robs.
While one man "stalled" Charles Schul
enburg in bis feed store at 49 North Sixth
street at noon yesterday, another pried
open the till with a chisel and stole $35,
after which both criminals escaped.
Echulenburg was the victim of what la
a combination of bunco and daring rob
bery. In that while he was supposedly
talking to a prospective customer, he was
robbed by a man he did not know was
in the store. Schulenburg and the "stall"
were in the rear of the store, and the
till was pried open and the contents taken
in the front office.
Immediately after the discovery of the
robbery, notification was sent to police
headquarters, and Detective Carpenter
was sent to investigate. He found no
clew to the robbers' identity.
Nebraska Commission to the Fair.
LINCOLN. Neb., April 5. H. G.
Shedd, of Lincoln, and ex-State Senator
W. B. Warner, of Dakota County have
been appointed Nebraska Commission
ers to the Lewis and Clark Exposition.
The other member, a Democrat, prob
ably will be George L. Loomp. of Fre
mont The Legislature recently appro
priated $16,000 for the use of the com
mission in making a Nebraska exhibit
If Baby Is Cuttlnr Teeth, "
Be sure and us that old and well-tried remedy.
Mrs. Wlnslbwe Soothing: Syrup, for children
teething:. It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays ail pain, cures wind colic and diarrhoea.
"Women from their sedentary habits ar
often subject to headache and constipa
tion. These are quickly removed by Car
ter's Little Liver Pitts.
Step that Cough by using riso's Cure for
Consumption. AlT .druggists. 25c
Scrofula is eradicated and all kindred
diseases are cured by Hood's S arsaparilla, J
GETS A FRANCHISE
Hillsboro Line Is Given Grant
- by Council.
POLICEMAN IS ALSO FAVORED
Oie Nelson, Kvjured In Encounter
With Highwayman, Is to Have
His Surgical and Hospital
WHAT THE COUNCIL DID YESTER
DAY. HXLJSBOnO IJNE. Franchlos grant
ed to Oregon Traction Company.
POLICEMAN' KEtSOX. Appropriation
of $450 made to pay his surgical and
hospital expense. -
WOODXA.WN GRAVEZ. PITS. Uso of
gravel dug from these pita forbidden, in
BLOT MACHINES. Repealing ordi
nance Introduced and re Jeered to police
HAWKERS ANT PEDLER3. Ordi
nance passed forbidding them to gather
in vidnlty of Lewis" and Clark Fair
As'tras-expected, the franchise for the
Oregron Traction Company's Stark
street and Hillsboro car lino went
through the Council yesterday -with a
rush, and without so much as a word
of discussion. When the ordinance
came up for its third reading: and final
passage the vote was Immediately
taken with the result of eight favorine
it and one against, Sharkey casting the
negative vote. Councilman "Whiting was
not in attendance yesterday.
An ordinance was passed providing
for the payment by the city of all sur
gical and hospital oxpenses of Police
man Ole Nelson, who, in the perform
ance of his duty, was wounded several
months ago in an encounter with High
wayman Walton. The report of the Ex
ecutive Board yesterday provided for
the reimbursement to Officer Nelson of
one-half his medical expenses.
Councilman Humelin moved that this
report be accepted but this brought
Zimmerman to his feet with a strong
protest. He thought that the service
rendered by Nelson and the heroism
shown were worthy of greater recogni
tion from the city, and that the least
the Council could do was to pay the
full amount $456.
Police Commissioner Sichcl, who was
present, told the Council that Nelson
did not look for anything from the city
and that he would- be satisfied with the
amount allowed in the report. The
Council, however, took Zimmerman's
view of the matter and the report was
referred to the Judiciary committee for
the preparation of an ordinance.
Councilman Sharkey suggested that
the ordinance be immediately drawn up
and passed before any of the members
should change their mind. The ordi
nance as passed appropriates the sum
of $456 out of the general fund for Offi
An immediate addition of 28 men to
the police force was Authorized, and as
soon as appointed by the Executive
Board and sworn in this number of
new men will be given to Chief- Hunt
Against Woodlawn Gravel Pits.
The gravel pits at Woodlawn, which
have recently raised such a storm of
protest, received a severe Jolt through
a resolution introduced by Councilman
Flegel. This resolution, which passed
without a dissenting vote, restricts the
City Engineer to the use of river gravel
in all future Improvement work. Coun
cilman Flegcl, in an explanation of the
purpose of the resolution, referred to
the feeling against the Woodlawn
gravel pits and the steps that had been
taken to secure their abandonment. It
was found, however, that the courts had
sustained the right of every man to do
as he pleased with his property and
that the owners of the pits could not be
compelled to discontinue their use or
further working. By prohibiting the use
of such gravel, however, in street work
by specifying the use of river gravel,
It was believed that an abandonment
of the gravel pits would be forced and
the desired result accomplished.
No Action on Slot Machines.
Councilman Foeller introduced an ordi
nance to repeal the existing: slot-machine
ordinance, but before a vote could be
called It was hastily shoved Into oblivion
by being referred to the police committee
on motion of Albee.
The petition of Neustader Bros, asking
for a permit to allow them to keep their
sidewalk basement door open at all times
during the day in order to facilitate the
work of their receiving and shipping de
partment, was after some discussion re
ferred to the street committee. The peti
tion to the Council was the result of an
order issued by the Chief of Police re
quiring this firm to keep their sidewalk
door closed when not In actual use, and
at its first consideration it was granted.
Councilman Flegel, however, called It up
again and opposed It, for the reason that
he believed it would place too much lia
bility on the city In case of accident,
should the door be open under a permit
from the Council. He thought further
that there could be no necessity for this
door being open when not In use, and in
his opinion the laws governing the streets
gave sufficient freedom for the unham
pered conduct of business. After a short
discussion the petition was referred to the
Holladay Avenue to Be Improved.
Attorney W. M. Davis appeared before
the Council as the representative of the
property-owners protesting against the
proposed improvement of Holladay avenue-
He stated that the majority of own
ers believe that the character of the Im
provement provided in the ordinance Is
too costly in comparison to the value of
the property, and that it should be done
in some less expensive manner than by
The Improvement Is allowed to stand as
provided In the ordinance:
A petition filed by the Woman's Club
asking that no more permits be granted
for the burning of refuse in the city was
referred to the health and police com
mittee. A petition from the People's Market As
sociation asking permission to make
changes in the plans for the market build
ings was granted.
The vexatious question of the South
Portland fills came up again in a resolu
tion asking that the assessment on the
First and Front-street fills be set aside
pending a resurvey of the yardage In the
fills. The resolution as Introduced pro
vided for an enlargement of the assess
ment district, but since this proceeding
would be illegal, the resolution was
amended to provide for a new assessment
after the resurvey, excepting cases where
the ordinances had already been passed.
The petition of Health Officer Eiersdorf
for an additional deputy was denied.
The petition of the Civic Improvement
Board for the appointment of an inspector.
of meat and markets, with a deputy.
was referred to the ways and means
BELTING, PACKING ainp HOSE
- OHr Braads Arc the Best. Write Us for Prices.
GOODYEAR RUBBER COMPANY
R- H. PEASE. FRESIDEXT.
NEW ADDRESS, . 63, 5, 67 FOURTH. CORNER PINE 8T POKTXAND. OS.
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f 106 tauL 130 FwtfeSfrMt
PORTLAND WIRE & IRON WORKS
PHONE MAIN 2000
263 FLANDERS ST., NEAR THIRD
committee. The ordinance of this board
providing for the removal of grass and
weeds from the streets was passed.
Appropriation for Building Inspector.
An appropriation of $1700 for the
Building Inspector's department was al
lowed. The application of the. Oregon & Cali
fornia Railroad for a franchise for a
sidetrack on East First street was re
turned by the executive board with the
recommendation that should a franchise
be granted the company shall pay $300
annually to the city during the life of
the franchise. A further recommenda
tion was made that should the company
apply .for a permit for the construction
of the sidetrack allowing the city the
right of revocation, it should be granted
for the nominal consideration Jl. The
application and report were referred to
the street committee.
A permit was granted the Portland
Consolidated Railway Company for the
construction of a single or double track
on Alder street, between Second and
Provision was made by ordinance for
the construction of a pontoon and ap
proach to serve as a public landing at
the foot of Stark street, the same to be
built at a cost not to exceed $30).
Blow to Hawkers and Peddlers.
The ordinance designed to prohibit the
gathering of hawkers and peddlers in
the vicinity of the main entrances to the
Lewis and Clark Fair grounds was
The City Engineer was authorized to
survey East "Water street, between Madi
son and Morrison, and prepare plans and
specifications for the widening of the
street at that point by cutting" 20 feet
of abutting property on the west side
of the street.
The streets Included between East Six
teenth and East Twentieth and East
Stark and Multnomah streets were add
ed to the cement district.
ELECTRIC COMPANY MUST PAY
Rate of Fifty Cents to Be Deducted
for All Lights Out.
Thft rnnrt embodvlnir the nlan nronosad
?y the light committee ofithe Executive
Board for the adjustment of the differ
ences between the city and the Portland
General Electric Company in the matter
of street lighting, was filed yesterday
with City Auditor Devlin by City Attorney
McXary. The report provides for the ad
justment of future claims of the city
against the electric company and the en
forcement of the penalty, under the origi
nal contract, of 50 cents for each light
out. The report contains no reference
to the amounts said by City Engineer
"Wanzer to be due the city since January
1, on account of lights reported out, nor
is any provision made for the settlement
The report, which will be . presented .to
the Executive Board "Wednesday, pro
vides: That hereafter the police officers report to
the central police station all lights out on
their respective beats Immediately upon discov
ery, and that the central police station Imme
diately communicate ru'ch information to the
Portland General Electric Company, which
shall thereupon proceed to make repair of and
restore the lights, and that In case .lights are
restored within a reasonable time no penalty
or deduction shall attach for the delinquency.
But. In case the lights are not restored within
a reasonable time, taking Into consideration
distance of lights from the office of the com
pony, then a penalty of CO cents for each light
shall be Imposed, provided such penalty does
not occur by reason of extraordinaryacts of
the elements, the public enemy, or strikes,
riot or other unlawful acts of persons,
or not procured or Induced by the said
Portland General Electric Company.
We further recommend that on each morning
the City Engineer, after being furnished with
the number and location of lights reported out
by the Police . Department, communicate with
the Portland General Electric Company (which
shall send Its acent to the office of the City
Encineer for such purpose) and a settlement
shall be had between tb city and the Portland
General Electric Company for lights reported
out during the preceding night; and that at
the end of each month settlement be made
with the Portland General Electric Company
upon the basis bo established.
Given Farewell Meeting.
Ensign BIgney, who has been In charge
of Salvation Army Corps No. 1, of Port
land for the past year, was given a fare
well at the barracks at 265 Davis street
last evening. The meeting was in charge
of Major and Mrs,. Flynn, divisional offi
cers, and was one of enthusiasm and
Ensign BIgney, who has worked hard
during the year that she has been in
Portland, will be on furlough for a few
months, during which she will visit with
friends at Hoqulam, "Wash., and will then
probably bo assigned to a post In Call-
Soaois too KaniforAW
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BANK AND OFFICE RAILING
WIRE AND IRON FENCING
Barbed Wire, Wire and Lawn Fencing,
Poultry Netting, Etc.
fornia. Just who will succeed to the com
mand of Corps No. 1 has not yet been
"While Miss Frances Johnson was bound
for her home at 350 Madison street early
last night, a thief sneaked up behind her
and snatched her purse. It contained
nothing but a Canadian quarter and a
bunch of keys. The robbery was re
ported to Police Headquarters.
t WHERE TO DENE.
All ths dellcadfts of tbs season at ta
Portland Restaurant, fine, private apart
ments for parties. S06 "Wash., near Stk.
The Denver & Rio Grande scenery Is
even more beautiful in "Winter than Sum
mer. Travel East via that line and spend
a day In Salt Lako City.
Define Ate, and you have
Evans'. Trace its origin
and you roam amid the
fields of fragrant health
Yours for the Asking: Everywhere.
O yea weir the Gordon Ht f
THERE can be no
reason why you
shouldn't wear a Gordon
Hat (soft or stiff) even if
you're most exacting.
The more exacting you
are the more reason for
selecting a Gordon Hat.
The better you know
hats the truer will be
h Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
fi. T. FELIX iOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAOHFIER
ReraoTts Tan, PImp'.ei,
Freckles, Moth Patches,
Bash, aad Skla DUeMes,
ana erery oiemua
on beauty, tod de
fies detection. It
dm stood the test
of fi years, and
is to harmless we
taste It to be surt It
Is properly made.
feit of similar
sane. Dr. L. A.
Sarre u!d to a
lady of the taut
ton (a patient):
"As yoo ladles
will use then.
nournud's Cream' at the least harmful of all th
skin pr Jaratlon., For sale by all druggists and 'Faney
Goods Sealers Is the United States, Canada and -JEnroje.
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I "Like Mother Used to Make"
...SOLD LAST YEAR...
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YOUR GROCER SELLS IT
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Mrrrll-Soule Co.. Syracuse. N. Y
E REE LAND IN OREGON
K in the richest grain, fruit and stock section ia
the wo Hi. Thousands of acres ofkr.d at actual
ccit of irrijanoa. Deed direct from State of
Oregon. WRITE TO-DAY. BOOKLET and
MAP JfKEE. Deschutes Irrigation aad Power Cem-y,lx-l3JrfcKjglsTrnt1FicT.iiidJOfigg.
Of 9 en's Spring
and Summer Underwear
Uodaij Srridaij Saturday and
t We offer our entire lines f
of $1.25 a garment forkJKr
; ; four days at SJ
Our entire lines f tf -4 'sy
$1.75 a garment for I - K.
- four days at K A
See Windows and Visit Underwear Department-for
133 SIXTH STREET
Quality considered, than sxaj other
Meedles, OH, Repairs
JfOU rfT. St ATTP. at
4 OS TTashlxurton.
854 Morrlsoa Street.
S4 William Avenue (Eut SIdca
HOTEL ST. fRSNCIS
A farortte teaching plsee.
The fsshlontble set gathers here for
The most unique dinlng-pltce in San
Convenient for after-theater suppers.
JAMES WOODS, MWAGrn
America's Mode! Hotel
Writ: for handsome illnstnted pxnphlet of
Counopoliua San FrucUc.
Jl $12.00 FULL SET
and Thursday, until 8.
Ired Prehn. D. I. S
405 Dekum Bldjr.
The Kind Ton Have Always
in uso for over 30 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are bafc
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the .health oif
Infants and Children Experience against Exerimentti
at is CASTORIA
CJastoria is a harmless substitute, for Castor Oil, Far
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups, It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Iklorphine nor other Narcotia
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
und allays Eevorishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind Tou Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CENTAUR COMPANY, TT MURRAY STREXT. NEW YORK CTTY.
C!thing House in the Northwest
those chronic Headaches f If not, jfc
why endure them? In 90 cases out of
we cure headaches by relieving:
with properly- adjusted lenses,
New York Dental Parlors
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
From 8:30 A. M.
Until 10:00 P. M.
Our specialists of world renown -will trat
all who coma with the courtesy and cars
that the New Tork Dentists ora so we.l
known by. We do not try to compete with
cheap dental work, but do all kinds oC flrat
clasa work at about halt that charred by
others. All operations are jruaranteed pain
less. Tou can have your teeth out in the
morning and go homo with your KEW
TEETH "that flf the same day.
All work guaranteed, with a protected,
guarantee Xor 10 years.
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED AB
hOLrTEW WITHOUT PAIN, by our late
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 undetect
able from natural teeth. All work done by
GRADUATED DENTISTS of from 13 to 20
years experience, and each department In
charge of a specialist. Give us a call, and
you will find us to do exactly aa we adver
tise. We will tell you in advance exactly
what your work will cost by & FREE EX
AMINATION. SET TEETH ,-.. .$3.03
GOLD CROWNS .. J3.0O
GOLD FILLINGS .-...$1.00
SILVER FILLINGS . . B0e
New York Dental Parlors
Hours: 8:30 A. M. to 10 P. M.; Sundays and
holidays. 8:30 to 2 P. M.
MAIN OFFICE: 1
Fourth and Morrison Streets. Portland, Orv
wab Printing Co
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Bought and which has fceea
has homo the signature of
and has heen made under his per
sonal supervision since Its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive yon. in this