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THE 3IOKNXNG- OKEGOKIAy, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1905.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
THE OREGbXIAJTS TELEPHONES.
ilanaglng Editor. ...... . Main 630
Sunday Editor Main 6235
City Editor Main 100
Society Editor ........Main 6235
CnxnposlnE-Room Main 685
Superintendent Buildlnr Red 8820
Efiit Side Office East 61
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER (Morrison St.,
between 6th and 7th) Tonight at '8:20 o'clock.
"W'tUon Lackaye In "Trilby."
BELASCO THEATER (Hth and Washington)
At 8:15 P. M.. "Harriet Honeymoon."
BAKER THEATER (Third and Yamhill)
Matinee at 2:16 and at 8:15 P. M.. Crom
MreltV Brigadier Burlesquera In "The Wise
EMPIRE THEATER (12th and Morrison)
At 8:15 P. M., "Escaped from the Harem."
GRAND THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
STAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:50. 7:30, 9 P. M.
THE OAKS" (on the O. W. P. & Ry. Co.'
line) From 0 A. M. to 1 A. M.
RECREATION PARK (24th and Vaughn) At
?. P. M-, baseball. Portland vs. San Fran-
X-Rat Locates Broken Bones.
Thrugh the medium of X-Ray pictures
taken of the right hand of J. Wolf, of
Montavllla, who met with a bad accident
Utroe weeks ago, by which four fingers
were crushed, all fingers may be saved.
The hand came In contact with the teeth
of a steam woodsaw, by the horse back
ing the machine suddenly. The fingers
were badly mutilated, but the physician
drowsed the wounds and then photo
graphed tho hand to see that the bones
were all in place. Yesterday anothor
picture was taken, which showed that
two lingers arc perfect and the bones of
one slightly out of place. A section of
bone between the knuckle and first joint
of one ftngor Is nearly gone, and It will
be several months before It can be known
whether new bone will form.
Mat CoKrass Judgment. Some time
ago the St. Johns Council contracted for
Are apparatus from Long & Company,
costing J 1700, and also with Robert Smith
for erection of public dock, costing $650,
at the foot of Riohmond street. This fire
apparatus was delivered months ago and
accepted, and recently the public dock
wae completed. It was expected to real
ise money from the sale of bonds, but
the bonds were turned down and the
Mils could not be paid. Under the char
ter, only one way remains to settle these
Wlte. and that Is for the city to confess
judgment, and the Recorder to Issue war
rants in payment.
LOMBS MONBT AT POKER, THEN SUES.
Jacob Lu Sheets alleges that he lost 260
jtteying 23. in a saloon at Rainier, con
ducted by Miles Sharn. Yesterday Sheets
sued Sharn In the State Circuit Court for
Multnomah County to recover 5530, under
a statute which permits the recover' of
double the sum lost at a gambling game.
Sham was in Portland yesterday on a
vtalt, and he was served with the com
plaint and summons in the case by Dep
uty Sheriff Grussi at the Union Depot,
just as he was about to board the train
Charge Infringement on Patent. The
Portland Manufacturing Company, of St.
Johns, has started suit against C. D. Ed
wards and his associates to prevent the
manufacture of laundry baskets at their
factory In Albina, claiming that the Ed
wards concern is Infringing on a patent
owned by the company. Edwards and his
aMoctate were formerly in the employ of
Um company in its veneer factory in St.
Johns. but withdrew and set up a manu
facturing business of their own in Albina.
Finishing East "Washington Street.
The Pacinc Bridge Company will put the
dump trains to work again hauling dirt
from Mount Tabor to complete the East
Washington street embankment botwecn
East First and Wator streets. About
three days' hauling will complete the
work, when the surface will be ready for
the crushed rook. The embankment has
settled nearly as much as It will settle.
The crushed rock will be put on this
RnoncRO Seaside Rates
Via the A. & C. R. R.
To Clatsop Beach.
Onlt J3 for the Round Trip.
Tickbts Good Until October 15.
Trains at Union Depot, 8 A. M. Dailt.
See the Majestic Columbia River
Axb the Broad Briny Pacific Ocean.
Information at 218 Aldbr Street,
Or Telephone Main 06.
Will Build Snagboat. Joseph Supple,
the Bast-Side boatbuilder, has received
the contract to build a Government snag
boat for the Upper Willamette and Yam
hill rlvora, to take the place of the Meth
loma. Contract price is $9750. Machinery
will be transferred from the old snagboat.
In this yard also the tug North King is
being overhauled for the Alaska Packing
Charobd With Spebding Auto. J. D.
Davidson, a former police officer, but now
an extensive property-owner, was ar
rested last night on a charge of speeding
his automobile on Union avenue faster
than eight miles an hour. Officer Crad
dock. who filed the complaint against
Davidson, saya that he was going at the
rate of 49 miles an hour.
Investigates Dbpot Proposition. Offi
ciate from the Southern Pacific Railway
Company have investigated conditions in
East Portland, relative to establishing a
passenger and freight depot. This is In
response to a request from business men
and citizens submitted some time ago. It
is thought that the depot asked for will
Fkrraris Pleads Not Guiltt. Louig
Ferraris, an Italian, who shot and killed
Carlo Bonando, a fellow-countryman, on
Fourth street on July 31, was arraigned
In the State Circuit Court yesterday and
pleaded not guilty. He is charged -with
murder in the first degree. The case was
set for trial by Judge Frazer on October
Invite Their Friends. The new Rus
eellvnle Grange, Patrons of Husbandry,
organized last month, will entertain
members from other Granges in the
vicinity next Saturday night In the old
portion of the schbolhouse. This step is
taken In order to get into touch with the
other Granges in, the county.
Free! Free! Free! Thursday, Friday
and Saturday only. Every lady visiting
our booth. Agricultural building. Lewis
and Clark Exposition, and leaving an
oraer on ner grocer lor a three-pound tin
of our famous M. J. B. coffee will be
presented with a handsome coffee mill.
M. J. Brandonstoin & Co.
Low Excursion Rates East. The
Northern Pacific has named very low
excursion rates to Eastern points and re
turn. FuM particulars at the ticket office,
263 Morrison street, corner Third, Port
Seats for the coming holidays in the
Ahaval Sholom Synagogue can be had
of the seat committee. G. Asher. 220
First street, or Simon Abraham, 146 Front
street. Phone Red $23.
Ax opportunity for a y'oung man to
learn a profession with an Interest Jn a.
growing business. Will cost $1500, and pay
30 per cent. Reference given and re
quired. G 6. Oregonian.
Hoo Hoo Ladies Meet. Ladles' Auxil
iary, Concatenated Order of Hoo Hoo, will
meet In the Canterbury building. Third
and Washington streets, at 3 o'clock this
Special excursion tickets will be sold
to points East by the Northern Pacific
Full particulars can be had at the office,
235 Morrison street, corner Third.
Full description of Brltt-Nelson contest
received by rounds at the Milwaukee
Country Club. Take Oregon City or Sell
wood cars at corner of First and Alder
Call at the Northern Pacific ticket of
fice, 255 Morrison street, corner Third,
for full particulars regarding low round
trip excursion rates to the East.
For Rent. Two nice Inside office
rooms. Inquire superintendent of Ore
gonian building, room 201.
Fresh From the Maker. Each day
brings more new "ready-to-wear'' millin
ery. Becker's. 214 Third.
Washington Max Seriourlt 111. J.
Thomas Hickey. Assistant Secretary of
State of Washington, was operated on
yesterday at SL Vincent's Hospital in
Portland for cancer of the intestines. His
recovery Is doubtful. Mr. Hickey was
three yeaVs manager of the Donnelly
Hotel at Tacoma, and resigned in Janu
ary, 1902, to accept his present position.
Have you a trip to the Eaet in vle,w
this month? If so, call at the Northern
Pacific ticket office, 255 Morrison street,
for full Information as to rates, routes,
Tot Calumet Restaurant, .113 Seventh.
Fine luncheon. 35c: dinner. 50c
TO REPEAT "THE PIT."
Performances "Will Bo Given Friday
Night and Saturday Matinee.
Owing to tho unprecedented demand and
popular request of hundreds of people
who have been unable to secure tickets
for Wilton Lackaye In "The Pit." it has
been decided to present "The Pit" Fri
day night and Saturday matinee. "Tril
by" will be given but one performance
tonight at 8:20 o'clock. Purchasers of
tickets for Friday night and Saturday
matinee wanting to see "Trilby" may ex
change them for tonight or have their
T. J. O'Brien and family have returned
to their home on East Burnside street,
after having been absent at Seavlew for
Mrs. C. L. Hoffman, of Llbby, Mont-,
formerly of Portland, is visiting at 203
Glbbs street, where she will be pleased
to see her former friends.
N. B. Crane, of Orovllle, CaL, formerly
a pioneer resident of the East Side, is
vlBlting old friends in Portland. His wife
and family will soon arrive. Mr. Crane
has been absent from Portland for 11
T. H. Smlthson, president of the Wash
ington State Bank, of EUensburg, Wash.,
and family, together with their uncle. Dr.
Slddall, of The Dalles, Or., are visiting
Portland, and speak in the highest terms
of the Fair.
NEW YORK. Sept 6. (Speclal.)-Ore-gonians
registered today as follows:
From Portland R. Solomon, at the Al
bert From Spokane A. L Dehnff, at the
Hoffman; J. Coloman, at the Marlbor
ough. From Seattle C. H. Bakor, at the Gren
oble: M. C. Gormley, at tho Cumberland;
W. A. Mackle, at the Imperial.
CHICAGO. Sept. C Special.) Orogon
guests at Chicago hotels are:
From Salem J. .L. O'Leary. at the Pal
mer House; J. A. Russl, at the Hotel
From Portland C. L. Hathaway, at the
Wants First Husband's Xnme.
Johanna Boese yesterday filed a pe
tition in the County Court asking
permission to resume her former name,
Duhrkoop. She has had considerable
trouble of a domestic nature, the last
being with Gerhard Boese, who would not
work, and consequently she obtained a di
vorce from him several wcoks ago, and
does not desire to bear his name any
longer. Her first husband was Charles
Duhrkocp, a former well-known and pros
perous resident of Portland. She discov
ered that he had a former wife living
when he married her, from whom he bad
not been divorced. He loft a large fortune,
and after his death she sued to establish
her rights and those of five children which
she bore him and won the case. A daugh
ter by Duhrkoop's first wife was the con
testant. G. R. Funk Sued for Divorce.
George R. Funk, a deputy in tho office
of the County Assessor, has been sued for
a divorce by bis wife, Mary J. Funk, who
sets forth in her complaint that he beat
her with his fists and used vile language
to her. The litigants have four children,
the oldest 14 years and the youngest 6
years of age.
Mrs. Funk also alleges that her husband
has borrowed on his property and she has
caused the court to issue an Injunction
order restraining him from disposing of
It altogether or molesting her in their
home at Mount Tabor Villa Annex. They
were married in Whitman County, Wash.,
Concert at Massachusetts Building.
This afternoon at 3 o'clock Ellers
Piano House will give the regular
weekly rocltal at the Massachusetts
building, assisted by Miss Kathleon
Lawler, soprano and Mr. Seth Story,
violinist. Miss Lawler will sing "Mat
tinata" by Tosti. and "For All Eter
nity," by Mascheronl, with violin obli
gate. All are cordially invited.
Murine Bye Remedy Cures Eyes; Makes Weak
Eyes Etre-ng. Soothes Eye Fain; Doesn't Smart.
Ensign Blair, II S,
PORTLAND and Oregon lost one of its
most accomplished and oharrolng
daughters Monday, when Ensign George
Frederick Blair, of the battleship Wyo
ming, -wedded Miss Lucie Aroher Cham
berlain, tho daughter of Governor and
Mrs. Chamberlain, and took her to his
Eastern home. Cupid, the god of love,
treads hand in hand with Mars upon the
decks of the Navy, and last year when
the Wyoming was stationed at Portland
for a time during the Summer, Ensign
Blair met Miss" Chamberlain. Theyrbc
came friends, and Ensign Blair's success
ful courtship followed.
The wedding, which was held at S:S0
o'plock on Monday evening, at the home
of Governor and Mrs. Chamberlain. S1
Tillamook street, was the simple and
impressive ring ceremony of the Presby
terian church. Rev. William S. Gilbert,
pastor of the Calvary Presbyterian
The wedding was a quiet one. being wit
nessed by but a few of the relatives and
immediate friends of the bride and groom.
The home was artistically decorated with
Autumn leaves and" palms. In the drawing-room
an elaborate autumnal arch had
been built, under which Rev. Mr. Gilbert
awaited the coming of the bridal party.
Tho Mendelssohn wedding march was
played by Mrs. Walter Cook, and to its
strains the bride and groom marched
down the boad stairway, accompanied by
Miss Marguerite Chamberlain, the brides
maid, and Dr. Charles F. Chamberlain,
Following the ceremony the guests were
served with a luncheon, after which they
escorted Mr. and Mrs. Blair to the Union
Depot, -where they departed over the Ca
nadian Pacific for Lansing, Mich., the
home of the groom's parents.
The bride was dressed in taffeta silk
over cream elysce, and caried a large
shower bouquet of sweet peas. She Is a
native of Oregon, and has friends
throughout the state. She was born In
Albany and spent her childhood there,
coming to Portland with her parents 11
years ago. She was a popular student of
the Portland Academy.
Ensign Blair, the groom, has served
four years in the United States Navy, and
has resigned, his resignation to take effect
in October. He will then engage in busi
ness in Michigan, and will make that
state hi future home. Mr. Blair Is the
Frank C. Baker's Peace Plans,
. They Say, Will Come
to Naught. .
OTHERS PROFESS HOPE
Republican Icadcrs of Mitchell
Fulton - Carey - 3Iatthews EIc-
t ment, However, Are Ar
Republicans of every faith profess to
hope that the peace conference called by
Frank C. Baker, chairman of the State
Central Committee, for October 12, will
turn out successfully, but many are
doubting Thomases, especially those who
have been pitching their tents In the Si
mon camp. As a rule those who have
trained with the' Mltchell-Fulton-Carey-Matthews
element are ardent advocates
of the peace conference, and their ranks
are swelled with some braves of tho
Simon contingent. But big brethren who
have allied themselves with the Simon
cause In time past against Mitchell are
outspoken In their belief that the love
feast will come to naught so far as party
harmony Is concerned, among them being
such as ex-Senator Joseph Simon himself;
Donald Mackay, J. Thorburn Ross, Wal
lace McCamant. C. U. Gantenbcln and 8.
But the love feast Is warmly commended
by a number of foremost Republicans,
who, though perhaps skeptical of peace,
say the reunion can do no harm, and may
do considerable good. Among those of
this opinion are Whitney L. Boise, Dan J.
Malarkey. Sig Slchel. A. J. Capron. J. D.
Meyer. C M. Idleman. T. TC Goer. George !
a. wunams, u. w. iiooson, u. a, iarey
and Herbert Holman.
"The trouble with many harmony seek
ers." remarked a facetious patriot. "Is
that while they are calling on their breth
ren to bury the hatchet, they are hiding
big cleavers behind their own backs."
Good May Come From Conference.
One of the prominent Republicans who
favored tho meeting was Dan J. Malar
key. "If no selfish personal ends are In
view," he remarked, "and no jobs, I can't
see that any harm will come of the 're
union, and it is possible that some har
mony work can be accomplished."
A. J. Capron took the same view, say
ing: "Republican factions now have got even
with each other, and It's time for them
to make peace If the Republican party is
to save the state from the Democrats."
W. L. Boise was Intensely tired of
factionalism. Neither of the factions
could elect Republicans to office with
out co-operation of the others and he'
tnougnt it time to make an advance
toward that co-operation.
"Let us have peace," exclaimed Slg
SicheL "The reunion plan is good."
George H. Williams was not sure
that any good would come of 'the re
union but could see no evil in store for
it. "There Is no evidence In It of cor
ruption or misconduct." said he, 'and
suoh' a gathering- will be entirely con-,
sistent with good citizenship. When
many persons are Interested In any
movement, be It one of politics or reli
gion or business, there Is no reason
why they should not meet and talk It
over. In such cases results are achieved
nly by concert of action."
C W. Hodson, State Senator, said
the peace plan was laudable. "Some
thing must be done." said he, "to
unite the party If it is to olect a Re
publican Governor and other Republi
can officers for the state government
next year. If Republicans won't vote
for Republican nominees, those nomi
nees won't be elected; that's sure."
Herbert Holman. State Senator, said
that if Republicans were to win suc
cess, a start must be made toward har
mony and that Frank C. Baker was the
fittest man to take the Initiative, ow
ing to his chalrmanshp of the State
Nottingham Says Nay.
But C W. Nottingham, State Senator,
was of the opposite opinion. Said he:
"Peaoe would be a fine thing but It
can't be reached by Frank C Baker;
somebody else will have to take the
L. R. Webster, County Judge, while
N.t Weds Daughter of
grandson of the famous war Governor of
Michigan, and the son of Judge Blair, of I
the sains state. He is a graduate of the
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Front and Morrison.
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
Owing to the Unprecedented Success of
It Will Be the PJaj-
TRILBY &S&T&&? TONIGHT
Anyone having seats for "Trilby" Friday night or Saturday matinee may
exchange them at the box ofilce for seats tonight.
doubtful that the peace conference
could accomplish anything, announced
that he -would be glad to see harmony
grow out of IU John F. Logan said he
took no stock In the lovefeast plan,
much as he would like to persuade
himself to do so.
Charles H. Carey thought the plan
a good one. He said that Republicans
ougnt to stop "fuss and factionalism."
It was necessary for them to get to
gether on a working basis but under
the direct primary law that waa not
possible In a convention; therefore the
proposed conference, he thought, was
T. T. Goer, ex-Governor, aw no need
of the conference but thought no good
objection could be raised against a
meeting of Republicans for a lovefeast.
cither In October or In June or In any
month of the calendar. If Mr. Baker
spoke truly, that the real purpose was
to promote harmony and to do nothing1
else, Mr. Gccr could see no fault In It.
But If the purpose was to get round
tho Jlrect primary law, the meeting
would be a mistake.
"Scheme," Says Mr. Simon.
Mr. Simon condensed his sentiment Into
& terse question when asked whether he
thought the warring elements could be
cemented together In the peace conference
"Has anybody heard that the millen
nium was at hand?"
And when quizzed a second time as to
whether he did not believe the conference
might effect a lasting peace he responded:
"No. I don't. That's good straight Eng
lish, Isn't It? The proposed meeting Is
a scheme to circumvent the direct pri
This same opinion was echoed by Wal
lace McCamant. who. when stopped In
the street and asked whether he thought
well of Mr. Baker's plan, responded:
"Beware of Greeks even bearing gifts."
and passed out of sight round the cor
ner, leaving the following words echoing
In his wake:
"But I'm an ex-polltlclan anyhow. Tm
out of the ring."
Looks Gauzy to Mr. Boss.
To J. Thorburn Ross the peace proposal
was "gauzy and impracticable." Mr.
Ross didn't see how It could work out.
Peace, Indeed, was sorely needed, but the
Invitation to'ofilce-seekers to attend was
a, "poor basis" for peace, because office
seekers as a rule were the least desirable
clement In the party.
Donald Mackay beheld in the peace plan
a scheme of the present state organiza
Naval Academy, ana has left behind him
a fine reputation as an officer vpon the
ships with which he ha served.
It Will Be the Play
tion to Invite all Its allies and friends
and to make a peace of Its own sort. In
his mind, the direct primary law con
tained the best peace germ. "If the di
rect primary law Is a good thing," said
he. "we ought to live up to It; if It is
not. the people can repeal It."
Of the same mind was C.JJ. Gantenbcln.
"Let's have peace through the direct
S. C. Spencer declared the conference
plan a scheme of the Mitchell faction to
rehabilitate Itself. Party harmony, he
said, was desirable above all .political
things In Oregon, and he hoped the con
ference would lead the hosts nearer that
goal, but he announced that ho could
sec no good In the love feast, and that
he took no stock In It.
WHERE JO DINE.
All the delicacies of the season at
the Portland Restaurant, fine, private
apartments for parties. Open all night.
305 Washington, near Fifth.
When In Seattle, 'The Rathskeller."
a high-class place to eat. Sea food;
Eattem meats. Large orchestra, dally.
Genuine French dinner, with wine. 60c.
at S3 Fifth street, near Stark.
Crawfish at The Empire. 192 3d street,
Launch Fox leaves foot Morrison
street. Merrill boathouse, 2. 4, 6:30, 3:30
The finest product of the scappcrnong.
the native North Carolina grape. A de
licious, refreshing white wine. Moderate
ly sweet a ladles' wine. ,W. J. Van
Schuyver & Co., Inc.. distributors.
NO TROUBLE TO EXPLAIN.
It Is no trouble to explain about the use
of Mellln's Food in the Mellln's Food Ex-
blblt in the Agriculture buildlnr. at th
Portland Exposition. The attendants will
; also tell you all about the 20 special pic
tures of Mellln's Food babies. The Mel
lln's Food Co. will be pleased to have you
To look around before coming to see
txs, as you arc then so easily con
vinced that our prices on High-Grade
Pianos are much less than asked you
for many inferior makes.
DUNDORE PIANO CO.
Stein way and Other Piano.
233 WASHINGTON STREET
Saturday, September 2, 1905
Messrs. Graves & Co. have recently
leased the Arcade Theater in the rear
of their store, which they have thor
oughly renovated, remodeled and
handsomely decorated at an enormous
expense, transforming it into exhibi
tion parlora that "Rill be difficult to
equal in the United States. Come and
hear Melba, Caruso, Sembrich, Gadski
and many others.
, POST-CAXD PEAIJCX3 ATX&SiXIOX.
Hero Is Xesr SarreoC
The PEACE CONFERENCE POST-CARD,
showta? & X<hfnl likeness of EV31RT
MEMBER of the PEACE COMMISSION
eated ftt the conference table. X SOUVE
NIR of rare historical Ttlue. Tae greatMt
elllag- card of tho age. 15 pr thowaad; $1
per hundred. Jobbers trlre for aaatKr quo
tations. Send remittance with order te avoid
delay. THE ROCHESTER. VWg CO.,
Rochester. Jf. T., C. S. A.
Visitors to the Lewis and Clark Exposi
tion are welcomed to our store. Lots of
room to be comfortable. Make It vour
headquarters while in the city.
77 en 's Shirts
Stunning effects in new Fall styles.
Stiff and semi-stiff bosoms with cuffs
attached and detached. Coat and regu
lar styles in extra fine Percales, Madras
. and Oxfords. .
A correct -Cravat for Fall is the
Folded Square. A new lot just received
in the newest weaves in novelty stripes
and figures. The colorings are extremely , ' "
rich. See entrance window.
The Greatest Clothing House in the Northwest
Corner Entrance Fourth and Morrison Streets
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Capital $8,700,000. Rest $3,500,000-
Portland Branch, 244 Washington Street.
E. A. Wyld, Manager.
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Sr. W. A. WIS0 baa found a safe way to
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Forty-seventh Scholastic Year be
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First-class boarding and day school
Courses of elementary, secondary
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Conservatories of music and art.
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Boarding school for girls. Forty-second
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THE OPTICIAN .
SiXTH STREET Oregonian Building g
to Mount Hood
VISITORS to the Lewis
and Clark Exposition
have a rare opportu
nity to visit Mount
Hood, because of the very low
$15 30-day round-trip rate
from Portland made by the O.
R. & N. Includes rail and
stage fare, lunch at Mount
Hood hotel (Hood River), two
nights' lodging and flv meals
at Cloud Cap Inn, and return
ing lunch at Mt. Hood Hotel.
Cloud Cap Inn, unique and pic
turesque. 6800 feet above sea
level, affords, ap'endld accom
modations. Summit of moun
tain easily accessible from this
point. Particulars and O. R.
& N. Summer book by asking
at Third and Washington
MRS. S. IjAXGILTLE, Manager.
Hood Hirer, Oregon.
Hotel St. Francis
Special Rates for the
Full information can be obtained by
writing or wiring (at our expense) to
JAME1S WOODS. MANAGER
The Seaside House
Is now open to guests.
Pint-Class Service Ik Every Way.
Beautiful "Walks and Drives on th
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Free bus meets all trains.
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