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SHE MORNING. DBEGONIAN. THURSDAY, APHID 20, 1905.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
THE OKEGONXAX'S TELEPHONES.
Counttat-Rooia Main 667
Managing; Editor Slain 636
Sunday Editor Mzln:C235
City Editor ......Main 168
Society Editor Main 6335
Compoelng-Room .........Main 6S3
Superintendent Bulldlnr Hed 28j;?
East Side Olflce East ot
COLUMBIA. THEATER (14th and TVasMnEton)
Evening atTS. "Dora. Tborne."
EMPIRE THEATER 02th and Morrison) Mat
inee at 2:15 and evening at 8:15. i"1
pcighta In a Bar-room."
PARSON'S HALL (19th and vrilnston)
At 2:45 P. M., readings by Roee
GRAND THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30 to 10:30
BAKER THEATER (3d and Tamhlll) Con
tlnuoua vaudeville. 2:30, 7:30 and 8 P.M.
THEATER (Parle and Washington)-
.inuoua vaudeville. 2:30. 7:30 and 9
Thank-offering Service. Yesterday
was set anart by the Missionary Society
of the First Congregational Church as a
special thank-offering day for home ana
foreign missions, and the meeting held at
the church in the afternoon was wen at
tended and very interesting. Mrs. D. B.
Gray, president of the society, presided,
and led the opening devotional exercises,
Mrs. Herbert Boyd, of Forest Grove, giv
ing a talk on women's work in foreign
mlselonB. Mrs. Chapman, Instructor in
vocal music at Pacific University, sang
twice, her selections being appropriate,
and sung with feeling and good expres
sion. Mr. Montgomery, of the First
Church choir, sang "The Palma" with
Miss Fisher at the piano, and the so
ciety was also delightfully entertained
by 3Iies Edith "Williams, violinist, who
played Schumann's "Traumerel." After
the offering had been taken, and it was a
jreaeroug one, a social hour was enjoyed,
members of the society serving dainty re
freshments. Death of an Old Resident. W. S.
Gordon, formerly a business man of East
Portland, died Tuesday night at his home
in Gresham. He was born in York Coun
ty, Pa., March 26, 1S31. and moved to Iowa
In 1S51. He crossed the plains In I860 and
opened a stove and tinware store In East
Portland, where he conducted the business
for 26 years, when he moved to a farm
near Gresham. Several years ago he
opened a stove store in Gresham. A wife
and two children survive him. The fu
neral will take place this afternoon at 1
o'clock in Gresham.
Raising Entertainment Fund. E. M.
Brannick, of Studebaker Bros., is circu
lating a subscription paper to raise funds
for the entertainment of the Trans-Mis-sisslppl
Congress and the National Good
Roads Association, which will meet In
Portland. Mr. Brannick yesterday report
ed that he secured $3000 from four Port
land business men. He has started out
to raise 515,000. The subscribers so -far
are: T. B. "Wilcox, $750: liadd & Tilton,
$750; First National Bank, $750, and the
Portland General Electric Company, $750.
Episcopal Church Holt Week Ser-
icts. The noonday meeting at the Men's
Resort, Fourth and Burnslde streets, will
be addressed by Mayor Williams. Service
begins promptly at 12 o'clock and lasts
not more than half an hour. The ad
dresses, this week have been In the line
applied Christianity, appealing alike to
the clergy and buylness men of the city.
The services in St. Mark's Church, Nine
teenth and Quimby. at 7:4i. grows In in
terest. Rev. George B. Van "Waters is
the preacher tonight
Home Training Association. Mrs. A.
H. Lomax will read a paper on "Thrift
Money-making and Money-spending." at
the meeting of the Home Training Asso
ciation. Dr. Stephen S. Wise, who was
to speak today, will be unable to do so.
on account of special work this week.
A short reading and -dlscuMloh of the
moral value of occupation will follow the
programme, . the meeting commencing ,at
3 p. m., as usual, at the i. w. u. A.
rooms. All strangers are invited tc be
Interesting Programme Given. A
meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society of
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church was
held yesterday afternoon at the church
parlors. A large number of women were
present to listen to an excellent pro
gramme and remarks by the pastor. 'Mrs.
F. C. Frost read an Interesting paper on
"The Cross and Crown." There was a
pong by Mrs. J. A. Hamilton, and Mrs.
John Corkish and Mrs. J. E. Lytle took
an active part in the proceedings.
A Wonderful Growth Is that of Hol
laday Park addition. Twenty-six lots sold
in the last two weeks. Eighteen houses
now under construction. There are no
old houses in Holladay Park addition.
Everything is new and up-to-date. Con
crete sidewalks and curbs, gas, electric
lights and sewers all in. Price of lots,
?500 to $900 each. The Title Guarantee &
Trust Co., 6 and 7 Chamber of Com
merce. Good Friday Services at St. Mark's.
The services on Good Friday at St. Mark's I
Church, corner of Nineteenth and Quimby
streets, Rev. J. E. H. Simpson rector, will J
be as follows: 9 A. M., morning prayer
and Litany; 12 M., "The Three Hours' Ser
vice," beginning promptly at noon, at i
which the Rev. Edmund T. Simpson will
be the preacher; 7:45 P. M., special ser
vice and address.
New Pastor Arrives. Rev, A. A. Win
ter, the new pastor for the First United
Evangelical Church, East Tenth and Sher
man streets, arrived yesterday with his
family, and occupied the parsonage. Mr.
Winter has just closed a four-year pas
torate at the Dallas church. He will
preach his opening sermon next Sunday
Fred Butleh, Dr. Chapman's noted so
loist, at the White Temple Saturday
night. A few of his selections are: "Had
a Hofse," Korby; "Hbnor and Arms,"
Handel; "My Own U. S.," Edwards; "Ar
morer's Song," De Koven; "The Bando
lero." Stuart. Tickets at Allen & GI1-bert-Ramakcr's.
C. K. Harbaugh Recovering. Collin
K. Harbaugh, secretary of the Oregon
Real Estate Company, who suffered a,
stroke of paralysis of the right side, has
been removed from Good Samaritan Hos
pital, where he was first taken, to his
home, 202 Occident street. He is much
Warned bt Judge Hogue. Henry
Hockenyos, of the firm of Hockenyos &
Buffenton, hai'ing yards at Tenth and
Giisan streets, was before Municipal
Judge Hogue yesterday, charged with ob
structing the streets. He was not fined,
but was warned to be more careful In the
Buried in Seattle. The body of Henry
T. Hildrlth was shipped to Seattle last
evening for interment He died at his
home, 1521 Madrona avenue, Woodlawn,
and was SI years old. A short funeral
service was conducted at Dunnlng's un
dertaking chapel by Rev. William E. Ran
dall. North Pacific Steamship Co.'b commo
dious steamship Roanoke, 2400 tons, sails
for San Francisco and .Los Angeles, call
ing at Coos Bay and Eureka, Thursday,
April 20, from Columbia Dock No. 1.
Ticket office, 251 Washington streeL H.
Fined for Violating Ordinance.
George Shafer, a scavenegr, was fined $5
in the Municipal Court yesterday for vio
lating the city ordinance regarding the
gathering of swill before 9 P. M. He
was arrested by Patrolman Endlcott.
Around the Southern Pacific loop on
the East Side to Albany and return via
Corvallis and the West Side. Past Sa
chem's Excursion, Sunday. April 30. Fare,
51.50 -round trip.
Several sets of "Our Islands" for sale
rheap. A few damaged sets at your own
. price. Address or call at Oregonlan busl
Grand Easter Lilies. Very perfect.
Reasonable price; large lot; wholesale
price. Burkhardt Bros. Main 502.
The Calumet Restaurant. 119 Seventh.
Fine -luncheon, 25c; dinner 50c '
Sunday School Convention. The
twentieth annual State Sunday School
Convention opened at the Taylor-street M.
E. Church last night, the delegates In at
tendance coming from all parts of the
state. The exercises consisted of a prayer
and praise by Rev. Clarence True Wil
son, a solo by Miss Ethel Lytle, and an
illustrated lecture by Mrs. F: A. "Wig
gins, entitled "The Jerusalem Cruise ao.
I Saw It." This was delivered in a nar-'
rative manner and -was superbly illus
trated by stereopticon views.
Feast of the Passover. With sun
down yesterday began that great impress
ive Jewish feast, the Passover.. At 6:45
services were begun by Dr. Stephen S.
Wise at Temple Beth Israel and will be
continued throughout the week, the last
service being on Wednesday at 10:30
A. M. On Friday night a Passover ser
mon will be delivered by Dr. Wise, en
titled "Is Man Free?" the subject being a
study of the .problems of human freedom
Dedication of Babt Home. The build
ing commltteo of the Baby Home, Mrs. L.
W. Sltton, A. L. Keenan. H. C. Ecken
berger, F. S. Akin, have sent a circular
letter to the frenda of the home announc
ing the completion of the new building
and the formal dedication service, which
will be held in the new edifice Saturday.
April 22. at 2:30 P. M. An invitation Is
extended to the friends of the institution
to attend the dedication exercises.
Trial of Sub Hong Postponed. The
trial of Sue Hong, a Chinese woman
brought to Portland from Victoria on the
charge of larceny, was postponed indefi
nitely by Justice Reld yesterday upon the
request of District Attorney Manning.
Season of Burlesque. A season of
burlesque will be given at the Marquam
Grand for four weeks, beginning about
July 3. Kolb and Dill will be the stars of
the company. The organization will con
sist of about 50 people, mostly girls.
Hot Cross Buns at Gordon's, 145 Third
street and 2S7& First street.
Acme Oil Co. coal oils. Phone East 783.
GEO. H. HOWELL RESIGNS
Retires From Executive Board
Advance Albce's Candidacy.
Mayor Williams yesterday morning re
ceived the resignation of George H How
ell as a member of the Executive Board.
' 'issssssfll A
Geo. II. Howell.
It was largely occasioned by the election
of Mr. Howell as vice-president cf the
Albee Club Tuesday night, and by Mr.
Howell's announcement, several days ago.
that he would retire from the Mayoralty
race and further the Interests of Mr. Al
bee for that position.
"It hardly seemed consistent for me to
remain on the Executive Board as an ap
poiniee oi -Mayor wiinams wncn l am
working for Mr. Albee's election," said
Mr. Howell last night.
CADETS LEAVE FOR CAFVIP
XeAvIll Academy Boys Embark
Heavy Marching Order.
With all the equipment and bearing of
true militarism the youthful members of
Company A. Newill's Riverside Acad
emy, started out yesterday on a real
forced march, such as is prescribed for
the training of Uncle -Sam's best
With Captain James F. Fink, who out
side of the school would be designated
"master," in command. 32 boys, few over
the age of 14, took the steamer America
yesterday afternoon for St. Helens for a
live days' encampment in that vicinity
Clad in the regulation khaki, with full
equipment, the boys presented a true type
of young America. During their en
campment they will live the life of
soldier, sleeping in the regulation tent
and subsisting on the regulation fare. In
eluding the historical black coffee, hard
tack, bacon and beans.
During the day vthe Army routine of
camp lire win oe rouowed with drills.
guard duty, etc Aside from this the
boys will have sufficient time to devote
to hunting, fishing and games to make
the event a pleasurable outing.
The camp will be in charge of Sergcant
Major Stewart. Fourteenth United States
Cavalry, and the cadet officers are:
Captain James F. Fink, senior cadet
officer; First Lieutenant and Quartermas
ter, Robert Campbell; Lieutenant Russell
Farrar and Lieutenant Walter L. Tooze,
Members of Domestic Science
School Invade Council
WRITE U FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES OF
Headquarters for All Kinds of Rubber (joods
GOODYEAR RUBBER COMPANY
R. H. PEASE. FRESH) EST.
NEW ADDRESS. CL 3, , 7 FOURTH, CORNER PINK BT rOXTLAJfD. OS.
COUNCIL GIVES A
Passes Resolution Asking Board of
Health to Appoint Female In
spector of Markets Pending
Council's Future Action.
The ladies of the Domestic Science
School were present at the meeting of the
City Council yesterday afternoon, but the
expected excitement failed to materialize.
The political manipulations of the mem
bers of tho Council were too much for
The women arrived in a body shortly
before the hour set for the gathering of
the city's legislative branch and took
seats within the Council chamber. They
listened with attention to the disposition
of the routine business of the session, but
when Councilman Flegel Introduced a
resolution that referred to the appoint
ment of a Meat Inspector the ladles took
real notice of the proceedings for a few
minutes. The substance of Mr. FlcgeFs
resolution was that the City Council rec
ommend that th.e City Board of Health
appoint a female inspector of markets at
a salary of JS5 a month, pending further
action of the Council. The resolution was
put to a vote of the Council and carried
unanimously. The ladies applauded vig
orously and thanked the Councilmea per
sonally before they withdrew.
Council Springs a Joke.
After the ladles had left the chamber
and a little routine business had been j
completed, a joke was sprung In the form !
of a new ordinance which was Introduced i
at the request of Councilman Zimmerman. I
which Drovided for the Inspection of ;
BLliMAUER & HOCH
106 and 110 Fottrtk Sire
Dtetritatura fee Oregvm. u4 WtufelBctsa.
BANK AND OFFICE RAILING
WIRE AND IRON FENCING
Barbed Wire, Wire and Lawn Fencing,
Poultry Netting, Etc.
PORTLAND WIRE & IRON WORKS
PHONE MAIN 2000
263 FLANDERS ST., NEAR THIRD
Not only good things to cat, but
good things to drink if you wish
them at Kruse's. Everything that
you order is served you of the best.
Your inner man is always delighted
here, for we cater to him with a
thorough knowledge of his comforts
and his cravings.
FOURTH AND STARK STREETS
to know where it was and all about it,
but just then Councilman Bcntley made
meats only at the works of the Pacific ' a motion to adjourn and for a minute or
States Packing Company, and that the j two there was excitement while the
place should be known as the "Portland i Mayor was deciding which motion was in
Abattoir." Carcases of beef, mutton and ; order. He finally ruled in favor of Mr.
QUARTER BLOCK IS SOLD
Property Worth' $3500 Twenty
eight Years Ago Sells for $50,000.
The quarter block at the. northeast
corner of Thirteenth and Washington
streets was sold yesterday by Its
owner, George A. Craw, to Guy Lom
bard and A. Conn, both members of the
Pacific Grain Company, for $50,00.).
The deal was made through Wake
field, Fries & Co. Mr.. Craw boughl
the property 2S years ago for $3500.
Tlje new owners will put the present
old building on the ground in present
able shape and will erect a new brick
building some time In the near future.
A NEW METHOD OF PIANO
It will save you from J100 to $150 on a
piano. If you think this worth your while,
call at Meyer's Piano Store. 74 Sixth
street, near Oak.
Articles of Incorporation.
Articles of IncorporaUon of the Roltair
Amusement Company were filed yesterday
in the County Clerk's office by J. A. Gor
man, A. E. Snook and H. K. Sargent
The objects are to conduct theaters and
amusement houses. The capital stock Is
Escapernpng Is the finest product of
the Scuppernong, a native grape. Identi
fied with the earliest settlement of the
country. It is a delicious, refreshing
white wine, moderately sweet) but with
sufficient natural fruit acidity to make
a perfect table wine, having an exquisite
fruit aroma and "bouquet." W. J. Van
fichuyver & Co.. Inc., distributors.
hogs were to be Inspected at certain
amounts, and every piece of meat that
is offered for sale In the city must bear
the stamp of the inspector according to
the proposed ordinance. A fee is to bo
paid by the slaughterers of the animals,
and this Is to be used to pay the Inspector
and his deputies.
Next came the peUtion offered by Dr.
Woods Hutchinson to the committee on
health and police, and Indorsed by them.
It was called up for reading, but before
the clerk had half finished Councilman
Zimmerman moved that It, as weli as Uie
preceding ordinance, be referred to a
special committee appointed by the
Mayor. It was ordered, and the Mayor
appointed Councilmen Zimmerman. Whit
ing and Sharkey upon the committee.
Councilmen .Receive Letters.
All thcse manipulations by the Coun- I
cilmen were made interesting by the rc- I
ceipt of the following letter, handed to
each of them just as they entered the
Dear Sir: I notice by the dally paper that
Dr. Woods Ilatchlngon, backed by a few
our lady friends representing the "School of
Domestic Science." have prepared an ordin
ance which has been referred to your honot
ablc body for your consideration, asking t
have a market Inspector at a salary of $12r.
per month, with two deputies with a salary
of $65 per month each, to Inspect all meats
and to collect from the market men for all
animals Inspected at the rate of 25 cents for
each beof and 10 cents for each sheep and
hog. That would cost the market men that
are doing any amount of business to speak
of at least $30 to $50 per month, which
would be an outrage. We have to pay high
taxes, high rent, a city licence, and a licensx
for every pound of fish we sell. Wo are to
day taxed to death, and I know that the
taxpayers of the City of Portland do not
want to pay any more tases as they think 40
mills Is enough. There is no need of such
officers, as 90 per cent of the meat sold In
our city markets Is Inspected by the United
States Inspector and bears his stamp. There
are no diseased cattle In the state to
I understand Dr. Woods Hutchinson Is
seeking this appointment. He went Into one
of our markets not more than two weeks
ago with four or five ladles. There were
two or three lambs hanging In the Icebox,
and he pointed them out tQ the ladles as be
Ing calves. A man who docs not know the
difference between a lamb and a calf would
make a fine Inspector. He either did not
know the difference, or he lied to the ladles
to make them think an Inspector was neces
sary. I hope you will turn this ordinance down,
or If not the ordinance, then Dr. fY'oods
Hutchinson; and If you consider It necessary
to pass the ordinance, let the public pay the
expenses, for the market men cannot afford
to do so. Tours truly, . c. BAKlsEb.
The resolution of recommendation to
the Board of Health that was adopted
and pleased the ladies so much amounts
to nothing, as the Council failed to make
any provision for the payment of the
female inspector. The recommendation
stipulated that the sum of 35 per month
be paid the inspeator, but no appropria
tion was made to cover the extra amount.
consequenUy the Board of Health can
not act. The two ordinances the one
introduced by the committee on health
and police and the one by Councilman
Zimmerman have been referred to a
committee known to be friendly to the op
position to the ladies, and there the mat
Electrical Signs Discussed.
A new amendment to the sign ordinance
was passed calling for the swinging in or
electrical signs during the hours of day
light and granting permission only to
those that did not extend over the street
curb. The resolution recommending that
the salaries of the Chief of the Fire De
partment, the captains of police and the
patrolmen of the Police Department be
raised,, was referred to the committee on
ways and means.
An ordinance was passed providing an
extra engineer for the Fire Department
at $90 a month. The application of un
known parties to have the license fee
reduced for the benefit of Norris &
Rowe's dog and pony show was refused.
An ordinance was also passed giving per
mission to the Portland Gas Company to
erect sheds for the storage of pipes and
coal at Second and Flanders streets.
The question of repairs to the famous
Tanner-Creek sewer was referred to the
The quesUon of improving Alberta
street proved interesting. There was a
delegation present to oppose that im
provement on the grounds that the cost
would be more than, the value of the lots,
and when the matter was put to a vote
there was considerable contusion. The
Mayor finally ordered a roll call, "but
when Councilman Rumelln's name was
called he failed to respond. 'Councilman
Merrill was on his leet In a minute and
objected "to Mr. Rumelln attempting to
straddle the fence." A vote was taken
upon Mr. Rumelln's poslUon and as a
result he was ordered to vote. The mat
ter was ordered referred to the street
committee and the signing of the agree
ment with the contractor postponed by a
vote of i to 3.
Just as the Council was about to ad
journ Mr. Zimmerman called attenUon to
the "slot-machine ordinance." He wanted
Zimmerman and the nickel -catcher bill
was ordered taken from the box.. but be
fore any action could bo taken Coun
cilman Bentley made another motion to
adjourn, which was carried, much to the
discomfiture of Mr. Zimmerman, who was
greatly interested in what he termed
WHERE JO DINE.
All the delicacies of 'ho season at th
Portland Restaurant, fine, private apart
ments for parties. 2K TV ash., near Sth.
A Umely ne of Fiso's Cure often pre
Our stock of Easter Xovcltles is
the largest and finest ever shown
For the Little Ones we have an
immense variety of Eggs, Rabbits,
Chicks, eta, in all sorts of funny
shapes, for filling with tiny Sugar
Eggs. Prices, 5c to $1.00.
For dainty gifts for the "grown
ups" we have a wonderfully at
tractive display of eggs. In silk,
satin, aluminum and paper, hand
painted, decorated and plain. Also
dainty Parisian Boxes and Baskets,
in exclusive designs, not to be
founjd in other stores. All for
filling with our Famous Candies.
Prices, 10c to $5.0).
To Induce cariy buying we will,
give today a
Filled with -Sugar Eggs, to all pur
chasers of Easter Novelties over
10c. The larger the purchase the
better the souvenir.
We will close Thursday morning
on account of moving stock from
12S cjcveutli street to
365 Washington St.
to our new home in the six-story
building: next to the Star Theater
opening with our usual com
plete line of ,49,000 Records to
select from. The store will not
be completely finished for. a week
or two, but will be ready to serve
our patrons THURSDAY AF
12S Seventh Street,
365 Washington Street
Our Present Store for Lease.
GET THE RIGHT PLACE
We Have no Branch Stores
Swetland & Son
273 Morrison St.
la th. Trcrat disease on
earth, yet the easiest
to cure WHEN XOU
KNOW "WHAT TO DO.
Many have pimple.
.spots on the akin, sores
la tne mouia, uicers.
falling- hair. bone
pains, eatarrn, end
don't know It is
BLOOD POISON. Setfdvto DR. BROWN. 835
Arch st. Philadelphia. Pa- for BROWN'S
BLOOD CURE, $2.00 per bottle; lasts one
acuta, sold la Portland only by FRANK
KAX7. Portland Hotel Pharmacy.
BEE LAND IN OREGON
in the richctt grain, fruit and nock tection in
the world. Thousands ef acres of land at ictual
cost of irrigation. Dred direct from State of
Oregon. WRITE TO-DAY. BOOKLET and
MAP FREE. Deschutes Irrigation and Power Com-pnT,6io-i
gMiMsilPffiPOTnM m iim ii. jifu w i jpm i.i
The Greatest ClitMn Hiuse In the Northwest
for the SBoys
Before choosing your boy's Easter outfit
we earnestly invite you to see our lavish
displays and compare them with any other
concern on the Coast. Not only the largest
but the freshest and best selections are ex
hibited at this great clothing house.
Boys Norfolks, Double
Breasteds, Sailors 2nd
Buster Brown Suits In
splendid models from
$2.15 to $15.00
Youth's Long Pants
College Suits, $8.50
A complete department of Boys' Fur
nishings, Hats and Caps, Misses' Dresses
FREE CONCERT ON THE VICTOR
3 TO 4 O'CLOCK
Saturday Evenings 8 to 10
Graves' Music Store
32 S Wanhlnsrton Street, Portland.
Machines. $1.00 Down, Balance on Easy
Payments. Without Interest.
1 Isn't It
That men and women who devote time, atten
tion and money to the selection of hand-wear,
foot-wear and back-wear buy hand-me-down
eye-wear? Save your vision and knock out
the fakers by haying your eyes fitted at the
"House That Knows How."
133 SIXTH STREET
prices for mew York Dental Parlors
QosMtr considered, than any athrr
Needles, OH, Repairs
iOli AM. lOlOS AX
S34 aSorrtaos Street.
C48 Williams ATtane (East Side.).
HOTEL ST. PRRNCIS
A ftvorlte lunching place.
The fssblonablc set gathers here for
The most unlqus dicing-plice in San
Convenltnt for after-theater suppers.
JAMIS WOODS, MANAOCR
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
From 8:30 A. M.
Until 10:00 P. Mm
Our specialists of world renown will treat
nil who coma with th courtesy and car
that the Kew York Dentists axe so well
known by. Wa do not try to competa with,
cheap dental work, hut do aU kinds oi first
class work at about halt that charged by
others. All operations are suaxanteed pain
lets. You can have your teeth out in. the
morning and so home with your MEW
TEETH "that flf the fame day.
AU work guaranteed, with a protectee
guarantee tor 10 years.
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED AS
t, A iL.X WITHOUT PAIN, by our lata
aclentlflo methods applied to the cum. No
sleep-produclnx; agents or cocaine.
These are the only dental parlora 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 oi from 13 to 2J
years experience, and each department la
charge of a specialist. Give us a. 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 55.30
GOLD CROWNS SJ0
GOLD FELLINGS fl.00
SILVER FILLINGS . flCc
America's Model Hotel
Write for handsets: IHuttrated pejnphlst f
Cctsoooliun Sia Fraadico.
ARE YOU PREPARED
In. your office equipment topromptly handle
the' increased volume of business offering in
cidental to the Lewis and Clark Fair.
You should be fully equipped in your LET
TER FILING, CARD INDEX, LETTER
COPYING and general mail-handling systems
to care for the new conditions. V
Check up your supply of loose LEAF LED
GER LEAVES, INDEXES, CARD INDEX
CARDS, BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS
and OFFICE STATIONERY and place your
orders now, so that no delay will be experi
enced when the rush comes.
"We have everything for the office. Filing
systems of all kinds in wood and steel. All
the latest time and labor-saving devices. New
things that are being used by the most up-to-date
big fellows East on exhibition and sale
in our ground-floor salesroom, 123 ' First-st.,
opposite First National Bank, Portland.
Glass & Prudhomme Co."
. rTiaerchansaSas'tJi afcsry.
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Sold by WcHxiaxd. Chtxka Co.
A J12.00 FULL SET
and Thursday, until S.
Fred" Prehn, D. D. S.
4MS Dekum Bldg.
New York Denta! Parlors.
Hours: 8:30 A. M. to 10 P. M.; Sundays ancV
holidays. 8:30 to 2 P. II.
Fourth and Morrison Streets, Portland, Or-
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c" manufacture exclusively. Our product has no equal,
as & trial order will fully attest.
"We supply dealers, hotels, restaurants and families in any
part of the city, in quantities from one quart up.
The quality will be found exceptional and the price most
-205-207 Washington Street
Phone Main 223