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THE UOBMSG OKKtiOIVIAN, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1907.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
OREfiONIAN TELEPHONES. .
Countlnc-Room Main 7070
City Circulation Mum 7070
Managing editor Main 7070
Sunday Editor Main 7070
Composing-Room ............... .Main 7070
City Editor Main 7070
Superintendent Building Main 7070
East Slda Office East 61
THE HEIOfJ THEATER (Fourteenth and
Washington ' sireetsi Tonight at 8:80.
concert by Georgo yamlln, the American
THE MARQTIAM GRAND (Morrison Krwt
between Sixth and Seventh) "Qulncy
Adams Sawyer." Tonight at 8:15.
BAKER THEATER (Third, between Yam
hill and Tay lor) Baker Theater Company
In "The Three Musketeers." Tonight at
EMPIRE THEATER (Twelfth and Morrt
lonl "A Girl of the Street." Tonight
GRAND THEATER (Washington, between
Park and Seventh) Vaudeville. 2:80, 7:30
and 9 P. M.
PANTAGE3 THEATER (Fourth and Stark)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30. 7:30. 8 P. M.
LYRIC THEATER (Seventh and Alder)
The Allen Stock Company In "Caught In
the Web." Tonight at S;15. Matinees
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday and Sunday
at 2:15 P. M.
6TAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
The French Stock Company In "From
Farm to Factory." Tonight at 8:10;
matinee Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday
. at 2:15 P. M.
Submit - Kindergarten Question. At
the last meeting of the Kindergarten
Club, It was decided to submit the matter
of having a kindergarten department in
connection with the Portland public
schools submitted at the June election.
The school law provides that districts of
the first class may have the kindergarten
department if the voters so desire. It
Is understood that Superintendent Rlgler
and most of the directors are favorable
and will establish kindergartens where '
they are wanted in connection with the
city schools, .if so directed by the voters..
There was hope to pet the question te
fore the annual taxpayers' meeting, but
It was found that it could not be done,
as that meeting is for another- purpose.
The Sellwood Board of Trade, the
Mothers' and Teachers' Club, of Brooklyn,
and the Mount Tabor Home Training
Circle are the East Side organizations
actively favoring kindergartens, and may
be depended .on to work up sentiment for
Meeting of XV. C. T. U. At' the usual
session of central XV-. CV T. U. yesterday
afternoon Miss C. tr. Burns conducted a
Bible reading for the opening service. A
number of reports were read from the
officers and superintendents, among them
the evangelistic superintendent. Mrs.
Badgley, who has especial ' work planned
for the coming year, 'Mrs. E. Dolglelsh.
who has done a great work for tho
pallors, and the report of press work, 36
notices and 30 reports for the three daily
papers. Tho president, Mrs. TJnruh dis
cussed places for a New Year's reception
and work for the coming year. Next
Monday is Crusade day, and a service
will be held at 1:30 P. M.t at the rooms.
606 Goodnough building, which will take
fhe place of the Wedensday meeting.
East Side Business Men's Coscebt.
The Bast Side business men secured the
Tomlinson band and last night gave a
concert on East Morrison street In front
of the new business houses which have
been established recently, all of which
are in holiday 'attire. The street was
thronged with people, who were afforded
an opportunity of seeing the fine Christ
man displays In these new and modern
business houses. It was in. the nature of
a. co-operative reception on jthe part of
the business, firms. The band played 1n
front of the stores for two hours'.
Oui Tdhplb Vacated. Columbia lodge
of Masons has moved to the new Masonic
Temple, Park and Ynmhill streets. The
old Masonic Temple has been vacated by
all Masonic bodies and all meetings in the
future will be held in the new temple.
Columbia Lodge has two meetings today;
one commencing at 2 P. M. for the third
degref work and In the evening when the
annual election occurs: The grand
master. Lot L. Pierce, of Salem, will be
present and also past grand master.
Judge J. P. Cleland. These distinguished
Jlasons will make addresses. Refresh
ments will be served.
Death ov a Pionekr. Thomas fJreen,
a pioneer of IRoO, died yesterday at the
home of Dennis Sullivan, at Montavllla.
of old age. Mr. Green was a native of
"Waterford County, Ireland, and came to
California in 1S50, during the gold excite
ment, and to Oregon in 1S52. For several
years he was connected with the Oregon
& California Railroad and lived on ;
farm in the Willamette Valley. He was
H years old at his death. The funeral
will be conducted at the Mount Tabor
Catholic Church. The date has not yet
Ask for. Railroad Gates. A com
mittee from the Brooklyn Republican and
Improvement Club, , composed of A. G.
Jtushlight and Rev. Father Gregory and
others, has presented the matter of the
need for gates at the Intersections of the
Southern Pacific and the electric linea
at Grand avenue and East Eleventh
street, to General Manager O'Brien, of
the Harriman system. It was represented
that there was great danger of colli
sions at these intersections, especially at
East Eleventh street, where there is a
heavy trafilc at all tlnr?s.
As Christmas draws nearer the shopper
will realize that there Is very little, time
to be wasted In going from store to store
looking for suitable gifts. It pays to go
to a good reliable store, where the lino
of Christmas presents is large, and prices
to suit all pockets. These can be found
In Jugs, teapots, tobacco Jars, candle
sticks, rail plates, ashtrays, match
stands, odd teacups and saucers, teasets.
breakfast sets, lunch sets, in fact every
thing in the line of a suitable gift at
Bailey & Co.'s, 424-426 "Washington, be
tween Eleventh end Twelfth streets.
Makb Sbuwood Beautiful. XV. H.
MorehotAe, J. W. Cadwell, C. A. Hume
and A. M. Splckelmelr have been named
as a commltte from the Sellwood Board
of Trade to adopt a plan for setting out
shade trees in a uniform manner. Mr.'
Cadwell advocates that each street be
divided Into two districts, with East
Thirteenth and Spokane avenue as the
dividing line, and a solicitor appointed for
each district. The object is to obtain
uniformity in tree planting.
School "Holiday Begfns Ftudat. A
vacation in the public schools has been
declared by the School Board, to begin
next Friday and to continue until Jan
uary 2. Notice to this effect was tele
phoned frorrS the City Hall to all of the
schools yesterday morning, by order of
City Superintendent of. Schools Rigler.
The order aSrogates the recent resolution
of the School Board, which was that all
classes should be conducted up to Christ
Chops Off Two Toes. August Frank,
a woodchopper, who has been working
near the city, was brought to St. Vin
cent's Hospital yesterday with two of
his toes missing. An accidental slip of
his ax while at work completely severed
the toes from his foot.
Hath you seen the famous R. B. flat
opening loose-leaf ledger used by the
largest firms in Portland. -utfl.s J13.K)
and up. Pacific Stationery end Printing
Co., 203-J05-2O7 Second St.-
Auction Salb today at Baker's auction
house, corner Alder and Park streets;
furniture, carpets, etc. Sale at 10 o'clock.
Baker & Son, auctioneers. .
Commencing) December 21, 1907, there
will be a slight change in schedule on
Vancouver line. tSee printed tlmecard,
obtained at ticket offices.)
Imported Leather Goods,
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
HZWETT, BltADLET & CO., 344 WASH. ST.
M. J. MacMahon has moved his law
-ac. to third floor Worcester building.
Funeral op Sister Mart. The funeral
of Sister of the Holy Heart of Mary, who
died Tuesday at fhe Mount Tabor
Monastery of the Precious Blood, will be
held today, at 9 A. M., in the chapel of
the. monastery, and the interment will be
in the cemetery of the monastery. Mon
signor James Rauw, V. G., will be cele
brant of the requiem, with Father lie
Davitt, who will deliver the sermon, as
deacon, and Rev. Father Charles O. C. R.
as vice-deacon. For the past few years
Sister Mary had been assistant to the
superior. She was 58 years of age. For
39 years she had been prominently con
nected with the work of the church, and
was one of the founders of the Monastery
of tne Precious Blood. She was a native
of Canada, and three of her brothers are
members of the Jesuit order.-
Ad Club Plans Show. The Portland
Ad Club is planning an advertising show
similar to that held in the Coliseum at
Chicago and Madison-Square Garden,
New York, to be held in connection with
Its biennial banquet next Spring. The
show will last probably a week and will
be held in the Armory or some other
building of large capacity. W. J. Hof
mann, D. C. Freeman and James Reeves
have been ipointed a special committee
to consider the details of such a display.
Another innovation being considered by
Portland's ad writers is" that of arrang
ing for monthly noon-day luncheons
which will be addressed by prominent
business men of the city.- These lunch
eons will take the place of one of the
regular semi-monthly meetings of the
Bride and Groom of Same Name The
cases where a prospective bridegroom and
bride are relatives bearing the same name
are rare Indeed, but a case of this kind
came to the notice of the Deputy County
Clerk yesterday when Henry Stahly came
in to obtain a license to wed Mrs. Jennie
Stahly. The story goes that Mrs. Stahly
was the wife of Henry's cousin; but that
when she met Henry all love for her
husband departed. A short courtship In
an Oregon logging camp followed. "Mrs.
Stahly obtained a dvorce from her hus
band, and yesterday afternoon was made
happy by the news that Henry had
obtained a license from the County Clerk,
which would make their happiness com
plete. To Form Ladies' Auxiliary. Circuit
Judge-elect E. C. Bronaugh will officiate
as chairman at the meeting at the Grace
Methodist Church tomorrow night when
a ladies' auxiliary of the National . In
dustrial Peace Association will be formed
under the direction, of P. H. Scullin, sec
retary and organizer of the National or
ganization. The call for Friday night's
meeting has been signed by Mrs. Abigail
Scott Duniway,. Mrs. W. Wynn Johnson;
Mrs. Marion Warde Farnham, Mrs. Sarah
A. Evans, Dr. E. Gertrude French, Dr.
Mae H. Cardwell and Mrs. Ella J. Clin
ton. Bricklayers Name Officers. Brick
layers' Union No. 1, of Portland, last
night elected officers to serve one year as
follows: President. W. B. Thayer; vice
president, H. McCollough; treasurer,
Theodore Dunn; financial secretary,
Harry Jackson; corresponding secretary.
Joe Clark; recording secretary, J. T. Stien
bach: sergeant-at-arms. W. J. Thomas;
hoard of directors,' Joe Clark, Ben Cason,
S. Crulkshank and H. McCollough.
Charles Hooper was chosen as delegate
to the .International union, and H. J.
Welch as alternate.
Washington Lodor Election. Wash
ington Lodge, No. 46. A. F. & A. M.,
last night elected and Installed the fol
lowing officers for the ensuing year at
the Burkhard hall: Worshipful master,
A. M. Wright; senior warden, Berlin C
Davis; Junior warden, Hoiman G. Norton;
treasurer, P. B. McClung; secretary, J.
H. . Richmond; senior deacon, H. M.
Ogden; junior deacon, John 8. Meek;
senior steward, Joseph W. Beveridge;
Junior steward, C. V. Howard.
. Fireman Injured at Blaze. At a fire
which destroyed a dwelling at 103 East
Twelfth street, belonging to Mrs. William
Bushong, of Salem, at 6 o'clock last
night. Captain T. J. Mountain, of truck
No. 4, sustained severe Injuries consisting
of a sprained back and ankle. The build
ing "was valued at about $1500 and was
partly covered by insurance.
Bath Robes Greatly Reduced.
Lounoino Robes and House Coats, Too.
Be Quick." Get Y'our Choice.
Hewett, Bradley & Co., 344 Wash. Sr.
Steamship Hanalbi sails direct for San
Francisco, Friday evening. Cabin. $12:
steerage, $S, berth and meals included.
C. H. Thompson, agent. 128 Third street.
Establishment Max. 415 Washington st.
Laces, handkerchiefs, bronzes and Pari
sian novelties suitable for Christmas.
Men's Finest Haberdashery.
Hewctt, Bradley & Co. MSN's Shop,
844 Washington Street.
Business men's lunch, 11:30 to 2." All
home-cooking. Wqmnn's Ex., 133 10th st.
E-z Payments. W. H. Lesh, the Jew
eler, 613 Dekum bldg. Open evenings.
' Bags, dolls. Woman's Ex., 133 10th st.
GENUINE PFEFFER KUCHEN
Good Old German Christmas Cake3
Introduced to Portland.
Over in Germany the " general Christ
mas treat is "Pfeffer Kuchen," the Ger
man name for the, delicious little cakes
in myriad forms such as diamonds,
squares, crosses. rings, hearts, men,
horns, harps, hats. etc. Every German
family is abundantly supplied with these
winning little cakes, which are really un
surpassable as "sweets" of entrancing
flavor. A great treat for Portlanders of
German origin, as well as others who
revel in something wholly new In dainty,
toothsome delights, has been prepared by
the Royal Bakery this year in genuine
"Pfeffer Kuchen" made from old-country
recipes under the direction of one of
the best German bakers that ever crossed
the water. The children as well as
grown-ups revel in these little cakes;
get a good supply to add to the Christ
mas tree. They are beautifully decora
tive, as well as toothsome and whole
FAMOUS RUG AUCTION.
. N . 1
'jabour's Store Fairly Packed by
I Eager Christmas Bayers.
Jabour's famous Oriental rug . store.
Seventh and Washington streets, was
packed again last night and many rare
Importations were sold at a ridiculously
low price.' Christmas buyers can do
themselves a great favor by attending the
auctions, which are held e,very forenoon,
at 11 o'clock.' at 2 and 7 P. M. Mr.
Jabour Invites Inspection between sales
and Is never happier than when showing
his rare works of art, whh were manu
factured especially for Jils store.
A USEFUL GIFT.
Miss Carson's Hand-book of English
Composition. Is full of hints to those who
wish to write and speak correctly.' Cloth,
60c. Holiday binding, $1.60. At Gill's.
WHEREJO DINE: '
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restaurant: fine private apart
ments for ladles. 305 Wash., near 6th.
THE SARGENT DINNERS
Week days, 60c; Sunday, 75c. Corner
of Grand and Hawthorne avenues.
. -, ' Fortune for Boy of -8.
TACOMA. Wash., Deo. 18. (Special.)
FOR SALE BY
Portland Trust Company
S. E. Corner 3d and Oak Sts.
Harold Shaw, an 8-year-old boy Who Is
now In Los Angeles with Ms mother, is
heir to JSO.OOO In cash left by his father,
the late A. C- Shaw of Tacoma, Will
iam VIrges, a friend of Mr. Shaw, was
today appointed guardian of the child
to manage the estate. A. C. Shaw was
formerly a well known lumberman of
Tacoma with a line of mills between here
and Gray's Harbor.
READY FRAMED PICTURES
We have the prettiest lot of ready
pictures for Christmas presents.
SANBORN, VAIL & CO..
170 First street
Private Edgelow in Disgrace.
VANCOUVER BARRACKS. Wash.,
Dec. 18. (Special.) Private William C.
Edgelow was convicted In a military
court of larceny from a fellow soldier.
Edgelow was the spldfer who Induced
an Ignorant foreigner to buy some
shirts the property of the United States.
T,he Italian. . entirely innocent of
wrongdoing, was arrested and taken to
Tacoma for trial. It later developed
that Edgelow had stolen the shirts
from a fellow soldier. He was sen
tenced to be dishonorably discharged
from the service, to forfeit all pay and
allowances, and to be confined at hard
Jabor for 15 months.
Barracks News Notes.
VANCOUVER BARRACKS, Wash.,
Deo. 18. (Special.) Leave of absence
for one month has been granted Cap
tain George W. Helms, recruiting of
ficer. Major William A. Nichols haa been
ordered here upon the expiration of his
present leave of absence.
Lieutenant-Colonel Orln B. MItcham
has been ordered to the Crucible Steel
Works of America, at Harrison. N. J
to Inspect the manufacture of materials
for the use of the ordnance department.
. Tomorrow (Friday) positively the last
day for discount on East Side gas bills.
Portland Gas Company. .
inexpensive fob Christmas.
Closing-vout sale of trunks, bags and
suit case's at- 231 Morrison, near 2nd.
Must vacate store December 81 sell
ing trunks, bags and suit cass at a
sacrifice. 23.1 Morrison St., near 2nd.
20 YEARS HERE
Our fores Is to orrantced that we eu
do your entire crown, bridge and plate work
in a day if necessary. This will be appre
ciated by people from out of town. You
may have your teeth extracted, tn the morn
ing and go home at night with new ones.
POSITIVELY PAINLESS EXTRACTION
I REE WHEN PLATES OR
BRIDGES ARE ORDERED.
We remove the most sensitive teeth and
roots without causing pain. No students,
no uncertainty, no bungling; only the most
scientific and careful treatment. Our
Bridge and Plate Work la perfect; 20 years'
continuous practice has made this possible.
EXAMINATIONS FREE AND INVITED.
When desired you can bare T. - P. Wise
or my personal service.
W. A. WISE, Dentist
Falling bide.. 8d and Washington, sts.
8 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sundays. 9 to 12.
Painless Extraction, 60c; Plates, ,5.00.
BOTH PHONES. A AND MAIN g02.
In Umbrellas at the Umbrella Factory.
Unless you come to ues you don't get
the best goods at the lowest prices.
We are the largrest exclusive umbrella
house on the Coast, and this', (together
with the fact that we are manufactur
ers, enables us to undersell all com
petitors. Call and see our stock. You'll
buy all right. We have the swellest
line of $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Umbrellas
ever shown here don't fall to see
them. If you want something fine,
something elegant, call and see us: we
have all the latest New York Ideas In
gold, silver, pearl, ivory and other ma
terials, with a specially 'fine line of
gold and sliver deposited on pearl and
Ivory the. very latest No old styles
In our stores all new and up to date.
Established 20 years.
813 WASHINGTON, NEAR SIXTH,
293 MORRISON, NEAR FIFTH.
Badirar1! Ready Relief cure. rn.umatlsm.
neuralgia, lumbago, pneumonia. At druggist.
; The Store Noted f of Best Goods af Lowest Prices ;
SALE OF SOO SAMPLE WAIST:
Positively the greatest sale of high-grade Waists ever attempted by any Portland store 500 beautiful new white lawn and silk waists, advance
modes, for Spring, 1908 16ng or short sleeves, open front or back; exquisite lace and embroidery -trimmed models, in a variety of new styles.
Being samples, there's but one
of a kind; all sales are final;
$1.00 WAISTS AT
$1.75 WAISTS AT.... 97
$2.50 WAISTS AT $1.69
$3.50 WAISTS AT... .$2.75
$4.00 WAISTS AT $3.19
$6.00 WAISTS AT.. ..$4.50
$7.50 WAISTS AT $5.95
Furs make splendid gifts. Every
Fur in the house on sale at great
$1.00 FURS NOW 69
$1.75 PURS NOW..,..! 95
$2.50 FURS NOW $1.47
$3.50 FURS NOW $1.95
$4.00 FURS NOW $2.39
$5.00 FUR3 NOW .$3.75
FUR SETS AT ........ 87
A special purchase of 1000
tnin oil!- I1 -!- TTo"tj1
OUr-in-Handries,a choice assortment of
Tfee very newest colorings and
designs ; all are double
faced and standard 50o values; on 0-,
sale Friday and Saturday at, each..''C
Three dozen, only in this
J Djreviai l v. i' , wxxio lull uu 1113.
Loqne leather long, and the colors are gray,
5oa.S black, white, brown, blue and
pinK. ira saie jriaay ana
Saturday only at this price; reg
ular $5.00 quality
72-Inch Ir-inch. P Irish Table
n I I -Damask; double satin fin-
JrUre IriSn ish and extra heavy; our
LinenS 1 own '"'ec'; importation
several patterns to select
from, with napkins to match. C1 AH
$2.00 quality, special, a yard P4'-
LONG KID GLOVES. $2.38
Black and Popular New Shades of Tan
On sale Friday and Saturday only at this special low price; come in
full elbow length, 2-clasp style; a complete line of sizes in new tans
and black. Supply your needs and save; $3.50 grade. Gloves fitted.
At $l.CO a Pair
Genuine French Kid Gloves in two.
clasp style. Finest selected new
skins; a complete line of shades
and all sizes. The identical grade
other stores sell at $1.50 a pair.
All gloves fitted.
At $3.38 a Pair
Genuine Kassan Cape Gloves, full
16-button length, complete line of
' shades; come in harness stitch; all
" sizes and standard $4.00 quality.
On sale Friday and Saturday only
at this low price.
At $1.47 a Pair.
Extra quality pure silk Gloves, 12
and 16-button lengths ; double
tipped fingers; all leading colors, in
' eluding black and white. Full range
of sizes. Best regular $2.25 quality.
Special Note We issue Glove Cer
tificates for any amount; try one.
Women's $5.00 Silk Umbrellas,
choice selection of gold, silver
and pearl novelty handles; best
paragon frame and steel rod;
taped silk cover.
Made from very best quality
pure taffeta silk, extra full, with
deep flounce and silk under-ruf-fle.
Standard $7.50 quality; a
complete line of colors.
White Wool Blankets, $5-95
Best regular $7.50 quality. For a great Friday and Saturday Special
we offer our regular $7.50 extra large white wool Blankets, silk-bound,
pink or blue borders, at five ninety-five. A sensible Christmas gift.
Silk Waist Patterns, $3.19
Stripes, checks, plaids popular gunmetal effects and fancy silks of all
descriptions; regular $5.00 values at any store.' A splendid selection
of colorings and patterns. Friday and Saturday only at this price.
SILK HOSIERY AT $2.39
Fancy Embroidered Designs $3.00 Quality
Another great special in women-'s pure thread Silk Hose for
and Saturday. Our best regular $3.00 quality; "Gordon
double heel and toe; latest embroidered designs. She'll
ciate a pair of them.
Women's fast "Gordon Dye"
Hosiery, double heel and toe;
put up 3 pairs in neat Christ
mas box; regular price 35o a
pair; special for Fri- QO
day and Saturday, box.. OC
Beautiful silk embroidered
Hosiery in a great'variety of
new designs, all colors; stand
ard 65o and up to 85c values,
this entire line on sale Elfl,
at, special, a pair 0JC
Fancy Christmas Aprons, in
circular or square Btyles, with
or without bib ; embroidery
trimmed or plain hemstitched;
regular values in this assort-
ment np to 50o;
Toilet Sets, Shaving Sets, Mir
rors, Brushes, Purses, Belts,
Jewel Cases and Back Combs.
Beginning tonight, this store
will remain open evenings un
CORNER THIRD AND MORRISON STREETS
Visit our toy section you'll
find our prices the lowest in
the city. Good goods only.
Without a Rival
BLUMAUER & HOCH
v 108 and 110 Fourth Street.
Sole Distributors for Oregon and Waehtnstom.
When You Buy
A hundred dollar diamond from
us it is -worth.
the world over. That's the way
we sell diamonds ; besides, you
can buy them from us op
You pay no more than. when you
pay cash. -
arx o Dioci
74 Third, near Oak. ' :
Largest diamond dealers in
, mS FREHX
. su.eo ran st o
Ciwm and BtSOK.
Boom 405, Uckn
1 ' CHJLMKER Off
issue 4 fi certifi
cates of deposit
in any amount.
tion is given to
, of the "business.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
rB, T. FELIX 60URAUFS ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
tx a?r 17
?mor Tul. Pimply
mklM, Moth PicW
aou erry dicquaa
on beauty-, and d
flc detection. It
has stood Ua tact
of 67 years, and
9 ' Iff 1 In ammtIv mail
Aecapt no ocra ttr
Mt of similar
cam. Dr. I. A
Sarra atkld to a
lady Of tha barrU
ton (a- patient) g
" At you ladles
will um them.
'CZ nmrmm A m rraam' as tha leoat harmful of all tha
kln preparations.' 1 For sal by all droftcUU aod Fancy
Goods Scalers in tha United State, Caoad aod Surop.
ftEU.OTS, Prop, 17 End Jwb Strafm Ytrfe
F. W. Baltes
First arid Oak
SLIGHTLY DAMAGED IX WRECK
Also a Larte Shipment by Water
AT HALF FREIGHT RATES.
An Unusual Opportunity to Qet a
Standard Safe at a Low Price.
JOHN E. DAVIS,
F. B. JONES & CO.
Furnace and Range Coal
$7 Per Ton C O-D.
East 7, B 1771
Barbers' Supply Co.
MorrlaoB and 10th Street.
Fine Cutlery and Toilet Articles. Repair
In of ell ktnda of 8harp
Schwab Printing Co.
BMIT WOXK. XtJtONAtLE TRICKS
Jsrvoy Hotel. Shuttle, 2d re
near Seneca St.i 12 Rtorlea, fire
proof, concrete, steel and marble.
In the moH$ faihtonable shopping;
district. Special larsre sample
room for display EnKllsh sjrllli
210 rooms. 1W baths t barber
shop i library. Mont refined, mod-
era hostelry In Seattle. 'Buavaes
meet all trains and boats.
RATES 91.00 UP.
TO ITALY, EGYPT, HOLY LAND
Via Azores. Madeira, Gibraltar, A Icier.
White Star Line
Mammoth Twin Screw Steamer
Through Service to Alexandria",
Nile Season Jan. and Feb.
New York Azoren Mediterranean.
REPfBLIC. Jan. 25. Mar. 7. April 18.
CRETIC. Mar. 28. May 9. June 20.
Kohton Azorrf Mediterranean
CANOPIC. Jan. 11. Feb. 22. April 4.
ROMANIC, Feb. 1, Mar. 14. April 26
C.'W. Stinger (O. R. A N. Co.).
Cor. 3d and Washington.
. A. D. Charlton CN." P. Ry.),
255 Morrison Street.
K. Dickson G. N. Ry.).
122 TlitTd Street.
Imperial Hair Regenerator
is everywhere recognized as the
STANDARD HAIR C0L0RINO
for Gray or Bleached Hair. Its ap
plication .is not affected by- baths;
permits curling; la absolutely barm-
less; any natural hade produced;
Invaluable for Beard and Must&cbe.
Sample of yotir hair colored free.
Imperial Chea. Mff . Ce.. lii W. Ui SLH.Y.
4B .uarUiw S2S Washington street.
Coal! Coal! Coal!
Keystone Lump $9.00 ton
Keystone Mat .'.$8.00 ton
Good furnace and slovs coaL
LIBEBTY COAL A ICE CO..
812 Pins 6treeU
Main 1662. A S18&