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. THE 3IORXING OREGOMA!?, MOXDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1908- ,
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
ORE GO -VIA TELEPHONES.
0:r C.rcuiation .....
Manaittn FTdltor ...
Sunday Editor ......
Componlnc-Room . .
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THFT HE1U1 THEATER (Foortwnfh an a
'Waahlnaton treta Tonia-hr at 8:15
'clock, th. com.dy drama. "Ch.ck.ra"
BCNQALOW THEATER (T.lfth and
Morrison) Baker Stock Cnmpany In
"Brown of Harvard." tbls aftarnoon at
2:16 and tonlsht at S:13.
BAKES THEATER (Ttilrrt. naar Tam
il'.I . Richard Prlna-l- Mlnatrela
Mallne. at 2:15: nlrht performance. 4:15.
ORPHEUM THEATER (Morrtam. be
tween Slrth and Mwnlhl Advanced
vaudeTllla. ThU afternoon at 2:10 and to
mcht at 8:13.
PANTAGEf THEATER fFourth and
Stark Continuous vaudeville, 2:30. 7;i0
and 8:30 P. M.
GRAND THEATKR Wajhlnrtrm. netween
Seventh and Fark) Vaudevlll d. luxe,
2:30. 7,. 30 and 9 P. M.
TAR .THEATER (Washington and Park)
Comedy-drama. -At Cripple Ceek."
this afternoon at 2:15 and tonight at 8:15.
I.TRIC THEATER Seventh and AlderH
ftinnkaJ Stock Company In "Su-icken
Fund." Every niaht at 8:15: maltnee
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 2:15.
FriTox to Steak at Raij,t. The South
I'ortland Republican Club will hold Its
firrt rally of the pending- Presidential
campaign t Jones Hall. Front and Glhbs
streets, next Thursday night. The prin
cipal speaker will be Senator Fulton and
this will te tlie first address by the Sena
tor In this city ince the campalim
opened. City Treasurer J. EL Verleln
will also adrlress the meeting. W. P.
LJllls. president of the club, has appointed
the following committee- to-arrange for
the rally: John SI. JIann, V. H. Chapin.
B. F. Jones and J. K. Singer. The com
mittee has provided an entertaining musi
cal programme which will be rendered
. under the direction of Frank D. Hen
pessy. Among those who will take part
are: iHss Ijena Harwas, Albert OlanelU
and Miss Helen Llghtner. Mr. Hennessy
will Introduce some of the latest musical
campaign hits which he has Just received
from tiie Kast. Bonty's Band has been
engaged and will furnish music for the
riA!t FOR AHOTfTKR Eau.1.-With the
return today of C. X. McArthur. secreJ
tary of the Republican State Central
Committee, local Republicans will con
. tinue their active campaign throughout
the state. Major J. P. Kennedy, chair
man of the Multnomah County Central
Committee, is directing an effective cam
paign In this county and on election day
' will endeavor to see that the full party
vote Is polled. Republicans are already
making extensive arrangements for their
next big rally which will be held at the
Armory Tuesday night, October 27. The
principal speaker on that occasion will be
Congressman W. B. Humphrey, of Wash
Keoistrattos Neari-t SS.0CO. Mult
nomah County registration will be
approximately 38,H according to pres
ent indications. Saturday night the
total for the year was 36.i;9, the registra
tion for the day being about 500. County
1erk FVhia will close the hooks at 6
P. M. sharp Tuesday night, as provided
hy law. Tiday and tomorrow It is be
lieved that more than 1W) voters will
sigh their names to the books. Of
the- 3ti.J3 names on the books Satur
day night 27,19 were Republicans, 06
Democrats and !S34 miscellaneous. The
Fall registration will be more than 4000.
as it stood at Saturday.
roi.icn Raid Poker Game. Residents
of Montavilla notilied the police several
weeks ago that a puker game was con
ducted every S"unday In their neighbor
hood and asked that it he suppressed.
Consequently two plainclothes men were
detailed on the case yesterday and raided
the game, four young men being at
rostcd. half a dozen or more success
fully escaping. The raid was made, at
No. 1.1 Hilibard street, by Officers Anund
son and Iyavens. The young men ar
rested gave the names of Hugh Strange,
.. Ha.stlnKS. Kdward Antonison and
After Postal. Substation. The Rose
City Park Improvement Association has
sUirted a movement to secure a postal
substation for that portion of the city.
At the la.st meeting of the association
Alvln Hawks. Dr. U M. Cjordon and A.
H. Metcalf were appointed to confer with
Postmaster Minto on the establishment
of the station. Free delivery Is wanted,
hut the requirements are suoh that the
district cannot yet secure such service.
A substation, however, can be secured,
according to Mr. Minto.
Rusk Work o Factort. Work
Is being rushed on the factory build
ings on East Twenty - sixth street
md Sullivan's Gulch which will house
the East Portland Mill & Fixture Com
pany and the Portland Pulley Com
pany's plants. The main building will
be four stories and the entrance to the
top floor wlil be direct from Multnomah
street. The estimated cost of this plant
will be about JiJ.lKO.
j?tart Work ox Depot. Plans for th
East Side passenger depot have
beeii approved by the officials of
the Harriman lines, and orders
have been Issued for work to start. It
will be built of concrete blocks, S0.X120.
and will be put on the fill recently
completed on the northwest corner of
East Morrison and East First streets.
Its cost will be J2O.OO0.
Wiu. Consider Street Widening.
Property-owners on Alblna avenue will
attend a meeting of the North Albina
Push Club tonight, at the ftrehouse on
Albina avenue, to consider the widening
of that thoroughfare, between Prescott
street and Killingsworth avenue. It Is
proposed to make Alhina avenue 70 feet
wide and also, if possible, to straighten
out the Jogs In the street.
Oswego Grange Fair. Theannual fair
of Oswego Grange. No. lt. Saturday,
drew a large attendance. Exhibits of
vegetables and fruits, were above the
average. Sixty pound pumpkins and
muskmelons two feet long were In evi
dence. An excellent literary programme
as rendered. Professor R. F. Robinson,
of Portland, delivered the address on
Wtu. Meet at Lavrei.wood. The
Mount Scott Improvement Association
will hold a meeting tonight In the hall at
Laurelwood. on the Mount Scott railway,
to consider the questions of annexation
and Improvement of car service on the
Mount Scott railway. The matter of
securing permanent quarters for the club
in the Laurelwood hall will also be con
sidered. The annual meeting of the Portland
Presbyterian Brotherhood will be held in
Forbes Church, corner Sellwood and Gan
ter.bein streets. October 19. at 7:30 P. M.
Election of officers.. Interesting pro
gramme. All Presbyterian men are urged
Will, Preach to Ministers. Rev.
R. K. Storey. of Pendleton. will
he the speaker at the weekly meeting of
Baptist ministers to be held at 10:30
this morning In the T. M. C. A. udi
torium. His subject will be "The Gos
pel's Basis of Appeal."
Waverlt-Richmond Club. The Waver-ly-Richmond
Improvement Club will hold
a meeting tomorrow night at the home of
the secretary. X. M. Montgomery. East
Thirty-ninth and Clinton streets, for gen
Desirable business location: cor. store,
two upper floors, brick building, 60x100,
6th and Oak; will be leased together or
separately and alterations made to uit
tenant. A- H. Birrell, 202 McKay bldg.
New Sanatorium established by Dr.
Ingeborg Oberg, chiropractor. Belmont
and Forty-ninth streets. Elegantly-furnished
rooms for patients. Nervous
deseases and rheumatism a specialty.
Wanted. Girls to "make shirts and
overalls. 75 First street. -
Da. IIcCracjebn, dentist, Rothcmid bid.
pa. EL C Brown, Etkv Earn: Slarquaxn.
Identttt Is Established. As a result
of the efforts of the Coroner's office the
remains of the man who suddenly expired
in the Wigwam . Restaurant. 233 First
street, Saturday night, were identified as
Robert Ash ton. 44 years of age. who baa
lived In Portland for the past 15 years.
Recently he had been employed as
swamper in a saloon at Tenth and Taylor
streets. He has had various employments
since coming to Portland from England.
He has no relatives in this city, and so
far as the officers have been able to
learn, there are no living relatives. An
Inquest will not be held. The cause of
death has not been determined, though
It Is stated by the Coroner that it was
from natural causes.
Meet at Kciilworth Church- The
regular meeting of the Keirtlworth Im
provement Association will meet at the
Kenllworth Church this evening at 8
o'clock. All members are urged to be In
attendance for the matters to - come be
fore the meeting are of considerable Im
portance. Colored Club to Meet. The Colored
Men's Republican Club will hold a rally,
at 8 o'clock this evening, at 402 Glisan
street. Dr. J. M. Emmons Is secretary
of the club and an Interesting meeting
Is promised. Among the speakers will be
Dr. A. H. Barr, Rev. Mr. Smith and Rev.
Mr. Shepard. All colored Republicans
are Invited to attend.
New York Society Meets The New
Tork Society of Oregon will hold Its
regular monthly meeting Tuesday night,
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
SEES RAY OP HOPE
Martin Prefers Prison to Mor
NO APPEAL IS PROBABLE
Convicted Slayer of Wolff Thinks
Term in Penitentiary Will
Give Him Chance to Cure
T-) -EM-nna Uneh Martin believes
that a term In the penitentiary will afford
him an, opportunity to oe cureu m "'i
. - v. i . .ill aKMa hv
craving lor in ji ii i im-. i "j
the verdict of manslaughter rendered
against him, unless, he says, an exces-
C0NVICTED SLAYER WHO THINKS A TERM IN
TENTIARY WILL DO HIM GOOD
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J EDWARD HUGH MARTI V. I
E. Flynn. 40J Fourth street, corner of
Harrison. All New York State people,
whether visitors or residents, are cordial
All, parties Indebted to the A. X.
Wright estate are kindly requested to
call and settle accounts as Mrs. Wright
will retire from business December 1.
Wiu. Meet Fridat. The Daughters of
the Confederacy will meet Friday after
noon, at the residence of Mrs. A. G. Ott,
1142 Union avenue North.
Fob Rent. A few nloa offices In Th
Oregonlan building. Ees Superintendent,
Dr. A. M. Webster has moved his office
to 1060? Hawthorne avenue. Both phones.
INSPECT AMERICAN ROADS
Chinese Railway Commissioners Ar
rive to Get Pointers.
SAX FRANCISCO. Oct. 18. T. T. Wu
Hsln and K. Y. Cheng Ton, two high of
ficials of the Chinese railway to be con
structed between Yunnan and Szechuang,
China, have arrived here from the Orient
on a tour of Inspection of the American
railroads,. It being their determination to
build the New Oriental Road along the
most modern American lines.
These gentlemen are the first Chinese
railroad commissioners to visit this
All th delicacies of the season at th
Portland Restaurant; fine private apart
nests for ladles. 80S Wash., near Fifth.
sive sentence should be Imposed.
"Of course," said Martin last evening,
"I did not kill Wolff and the verdict of
manslaughter was a terrible shock to
me. But I want to throw off the craving
for morphine and I think a term at Salem
will cure me. Even if the maximum sen
tence of IB years is Imposed I may not
appeal, although I hope for a much
Despite the prospect f imprisonment
and the fact that ho has been found
guilty of as heinous a crime as is re
corded upon the criminal records of
Oregon, Martin was cheerful yesterday
and talked quite freely of his plans and
hopes. He displayed anything but the
manner and appearance of a murderer,
and impressed his Interviewer as a ,man
without the slightest care In the world.
In appearance he looked a trifle worn,
but, Just as healthy and strong physi
cally as when he first arrived in Port
land over two years ago. Only once
during the Interview did he express
regret, and that was when he referred
to his faithful little wife, who has re
mained steadfastly by his side through
out the ordeal of the trial.
Talks on General Topics.
At first the prisoner seemed loath to
refer to his own caso and confined
himself to discussing the different foot
ball games and other athletic events of
the past few weeks. He also dwelt
upon the present Presidential cam
paign, and finally, .after having ex
hausted all of the topics of the day In
which he was Interested, consented to
discuss his own case.
"Hello, old man, haven't seen you
for a month of Sundays." was Martin's
greeting as The Oregonlan representa
tive faced him In front of his celL
"How is Captain Bailey and the other
boys of the night relief at the station?"
LOADED TRAY GOES SPINNING
WHEN BOY LASSOES CHINESE
Wild West Methods of Harry Nudelman Bring Disaster to Oriental
Walter and Tempting Viands.
MBN-G SHE WOXO had a dark brown
taste In his mouth and a splitting
head when he awoke yesterday
morning after a week's violent celebra
tion of the death of the wicked Gum Ji.
So he wrapped a towel about his. fore
head, ordered breakfast over the tele
phone, put "two-blttee nop" In his pipe
and laid down again, trying to forget.
Sam Lee. In the Celestial restaurant
that was honored with Yeng's order, pre
pared the tray and loaded It with the
choicest delicacies at his command. A
large chrysanthemum fritter was placed
in the center of a bowl of rooster comb
salad: Jellied duck feet floated in a bird
nest soup and beside the bowl of rice
was a bottle of rich peanut oil. A glass
brimfull of a seductive Chinese drink was
carefully placed on the tray where It
might not be seen by any curious or
meddling police officers.
Covering the contents of the tray , with
a brilliantly-colored napkin and placing
it on his head Sam went down the steps
and started up the street towards the
apartments of his friend and patron,
Yeng. He balanced the tray adroitly on
his head and everything would have
turned out well for him and for Yeng
but for th wild west ambitions of 16-year-old
Harry Nudelman. '
Harry saw the Buffalo Bill show when
It wu here and waa enraptured by
the daring deeds of the cowboys.
Since that time he has devoted con
siderable time and caused a great deal
of annovance In learning to lasso. He
was engaged In that pastime yesterday
afternoon In Second street, near his
It happened that after repeated failures
to throw the noose of his rope over his
log he spied Sam Lee hurrying along
with a big tray on his head. There was
his chance; and forgetting the dog Harry
lay in wait for the Chinese.
He enlarged the noose as far as pos
sible and taking careful aim cast the
rope as the almond-eyed tray-bearer
passed. The rope went true the noose
passing over the tray and encircling the
Chinaman's neck. The boy gave a quick
Jerk, the rope went taut and Sam
sprawled on the sidewalk, the tray and
dishes being scattered in every direction.
There was a volley of frightful Ce
lestial screams and oaths as Sam rose
Indignantly and gave chase to the boy.
He was Joined in the chase by Yeng,
who had witnessed from his window the
loss of his breakfast. But Harry outran
the two Orientals and soon escaped.
His pursuers hastened to police head
quarters, where Yeng, whose morning
after Irascibility was accentuated by the
other events, abused the police and every
one in general and small boys in par
ticular. Patrolman Circle was detailed
to aid the Chinese in the search for their
He found several witnesses who de
clared that Harry Nudelman had las
soed the Chinese but Harry denied It ve
hemently. He was corroborated In his
denial by his parents who insisted that
the boy was eating luncheon when the
assault on Sam was committed. Both
Sam and Yeng will present their griev
ances to the City Attorney this morning
in the hope of Imposing punishment on
Plant. Slbaon roses. Phone Sellwood Ks.
In response to a query as to his own
condition. Martin replied, "Oh. I'm all
right. Cheerful, end hope for better
times in the future," and he accom
panied the expression with a hearty
Before his questioner could Interpose an
other query, the prisoner referred to sev
eral topics of the day, carrying on his
conversation In that cheerful manner of
his, at the same time showing 'he has kept
In touch with outside happenings. "I see
that Yale beat my old team. West Point,
yesterday. The boys must have put up a
grand struggle against the Blue, for It
Is no disgrace for any team to lose to
Yale by the small score of 6 to 0. Coy
must be a great player. I once made a'
touchdown' for the Army against Yale,
and I never was prouder of anything
since, for it is a great distinction at West
Point for a member of the team to score
against one of the big four. Yale, Har
vard, Princeton or Pennsylvania."
After a abort discussion on the recent
world's championship baseball games,
Martin expressed his belief that Taft will
be elected president, hut thought the Re
publican nominee would lose New York
state. After talking generalities. Martin
was asked about his own case, and
whether he would appealsjfrom the verdict
of the Jury.
Expected an Acquittal.
"Well. I'll tell you," said Martin, after
deliberating a few seconds. "I did not at
first intend to say any thing about my
intentions. The verdict was a great shock
to me for I had confidently expected an
acquittal. . Since the verdict was an
nounced, which showed plainly that some
of the men comprising the Jury believed
me Innocent, I have thought the matter
over seriously and do not believe that I
shall appeal unless the court Imposes the
severest penalty. v
"I have figured that if I receive a light
sentence, such a term at the p'enitentlary
will afford me a means of ridding myself
of this Insane craving for the drug that
has ruined my career. I have been In
formed that such a term of imprisonment
has frequently cured men who have been
afflicted with the same habit, and If such
Is the case. I believe that I could be cured
also. To effect such a cure I would be
willing to undergo almost any punishment,
for the drug habit has blighted not only
my career, but has brought untold mis
fortune and disgrace upon my loyal little
"At any rate Til talk things over with
my attorneys tomorrow and I think that
the best plan will be to accept the court's
decree providing that It will not be the
limit, but I do not believe the sentencing
Judge will declare such a sentence In
view of the circumstances."
With a pleasant good-night. Martin re
tired to his cell, terminating the inter
view. REGENT PANIC AT AN END
OFTTCIAIi OF EQUITABIiE FINDS
Eastern Financial Man Takes Occa
sion to Grill Guaranty of
Lawrence L. Gillespie, vice-president
of the Equitable Trust Company, of
New York, one of the big financial in
stitutions of the metropolis, arrived at
the Portland Hotel Saturday. Mr. Gil
lespie Is one of the financiers who ad
dressed the recent Denver meeting of
the American Bankers' Association.
Since that meeting he made a trip of
observation through Wyoming. Mon
tana, Idaho and Western Washington,
paying particular attention to conditions
In mining sections and to progress made
toward a complete restoration of con
fidence In all branches of enterprise.
He says he finds in such cities as
Boise, Anaconda, Butte and Spokane
evidences of prosperity somewhat sur
prising, but at the same time most
gratifying. He took a walk along some
of the prominent streets of Portland
Saturday and remarked on the great
number of people on the streets and
crowding the stores. He said he stopped
in several prominent stores and found
not only stocks of goods on display of
the highest class, but that In what are
considered luxuries Jewelry and the
like the show-window displays are of
a very attractive and admirable char
acter. He expects to call upon several
prominent business men and financiers
today and will probably remain two or
three days before proceeding to Seat
tle, where he expects to spend a day
or two before returning East.
Mr. Gillespie Is a son of Major-General
G. L. Gillespie, who was chief en
gineer stationed in this department at
the time of the building of the Tilla
mook light, about 1S78-79. The younger
man remembers a visit here In his
early boyhood, when Portland was lit
tle more than a village. At the time
of the San Francisco disaster he made
a trip to that stricken city Just after
the fire to assist in adjusting financial
matters, after which he was again in
Portland for a short visit.
Asked concerning the political aspect
In the East, Mr. Gillespie replied that,
as an official of a large trust company,
he did not deem It proper to discuss
"The American Bankers' Association,
while nonpartisan in its organization,
at the Denver meeting adopted strong
resolutions against any form of Nation
al guaranty of bank deposits, and per
sonally I believe that any such step
would be disadvantageous to the bank
ing interests of the country," said he.
'After leaving Denver, I made as
thorough a canvass of the mining and
commercial interests of the West as my
time allowed, visiting, among other
places, Colorado Springs. Salt Lake
City, Leadville, Butte, Helena and Spo
kane, and am greatly Impressed by the
signs everywhere evident of a gradual
return to healthy, normal conditions.
Lack of confidence I find to be re-
nlaced with a determination to recover
any lost ground,
and a sectional as well
National sDirit to- be present unit
ing all classes in the movement to de
velop the natural resources of the coun
try; to show the world the opportunities
existing for the successful employment
of brains, capital and labor.
"I experience the greatest satisfac
tion in observing the interest taken in
the coming Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Ex
position, and believe it is to be exceed
ingly useful in an educational way,
giving the East an opportunity to learn
in a brief- time of the marvelous strides
made in the development of the Pacific
"The strong financial Institutions, both
East and West, acquitted themselves
during the financial disturbance last
year In a way to arouse pride and con
fidence. The stability and character of
the large Institutions recommended
themselves to their communities
never before in the history of
Mr. Gillespie, while In Portland, will
probably look Into some proposed- in
vestments by the Equitable Life Assur-
e Busy Iva mi a
Short Line from Chicago
"THE 18 HOUR LIMITED"
Familiarly known as "The Pennsylvania Special"
' the Pioneer of 18 Hour Trains is runningr regularly
every day over the Pennsylvania Short Line, and
is making a remarkable record aa to arriving on
time" at Chicago and New York on the following
Leaves Chicago - -Arrives
Now York -Leaves
New Tork .
Arrives Chicago - -
- 2.46 P. M. to-day
- - 9.46 A. M. to-morrow
- 3.66 P. M. to-day
8.66 A. M. to-morrow
"Only a Night on the Road"
Particular information concerning this and
other popular trains of "The Standard Railroad of
Amerioa," at City Ticket Office, 248 South Clark
Street, or by addressing O. L. Kimball, Assistant
General Passenger Agent, No. 2 Sherman Street,
"Equipment and Service Up-to-Date"
Ask the Agent of Any Connecting Line
For a Pennsylvania Map Folder
ance Society, which Is closely allied
with the concern of which he is vice
president. He was in consultation with
Paul Morton, president of the Equitable
Life. concerning these Investments
upon Mr. Morton's return to New York
from a trip to Portland some months
BILL OPPOSED BY GRANGE
Farmers Think Proposed Road Leg
islation Favors Autoists.
According to reports of resolutions
adopted by Pomona Granges recently. In
the hands of State Lecturer J. J. John
son, the Patrons of Husbandry do not
favor the proposed road bill. At High
land, Clackamas County; where Pomona
Grange met Wednesday, resolutions were
adopted condemning the plan to issue
bonds and assessing one-third of the
cost of road construction to the property.
The resolutions declare In favor of im
proving roads that radiate from common
centers and also in favor of the construc
tion of such roads by state and National
Mr. Johnson attended a meeting of
Pomona Grange of Marlon County at
Gervais. where similar resolutions were
adonted. Mr. Johnson says that the
granges are opposed to the construction.:
of the proposed road to extend tnrougn
the state for the reason that In their
opinion It would not help or benefit the
farmer, but rfould be used almost ex
clusively by automobiles.
"The farmers are not opposed to auto
mobiles," said Mr. Johnson, "but they
are opposed to the methods of a small
portion of tne owners who wish to ride
over the rights of the farming com
munity. They realize and know that auto
mobiles have come to stay, but there are
some owners who have driven rough
shod over the farmers, and this they
resent. They are not in favor of the
proposed state road, but want roads
built from common market and railroad
centers. They also demand the road bill
be given the widest publicity in the
We have for sale a very attractive
vacant lot on Portland Heights, 60x100
feet. The view is entirely unobstruct
ed. Price J3325. Call upon us for full
CHARLES K. HENRY & SON,
250 Stark Street, Portland, Or.
Tomorrow (Tuesday) positively the
last day for discount on East Side gas
bills. Don't forget to read Gas Tips."
" Knabe pianos. The Wiley B. Allen
will try neither tie,
thumb nor temper
15c. 2 for 25c.
Clnett, Peabody & CoM Troy, New Tork
Cleanses, preserves and
beautifies the teeth, and
Purifies the breath
A superior dentifrice
for people of refinement
Established in 1866 by
Pianos for Rent
and sold on easy payments.
H BINSHEIMER. 72 THIRD STh
The Policyholders' Company
Corner Fifth and Morrison Streeta,
A. I MIliS -. ..President
L. BAMUEL General Maaag-er
CLARENCE S. SAMUEL. Asst. lizT,
Is Best for Oregonians
Dispatch in all business transactions is required by the
busy man of- the world today. This bank offers ample
facilities for the prompt transaction of all forms of
THE CANADIAN BANK
Head Office: Toronto, Canada. ' ;
Accounts may be opened in the name of two people, payable to
either of them or the survivor. 1
Interest allowed on the undisturbed monthly balance credited
Foreign Exchange bought and sold. j
Drafts Issued, payable in all principal cities.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
F. C. MALPAS, Manager Portland Branch.
A. Santaella & Co., Makers, Tampa
The Hart Cigar Co., Distributors
bought and sold
at attractive rates
at all times.
Vnlimtttd PtrtonaX IAabaitf
Why let others set the same that you
are entitled to? Put up a aign like this:
Anyone found hunting or
trespassing on these premises
will be prosecuted to the full
extent of the law.
We print the above sign on cloth, with
your name underneath, postage prepaid,
for $1.75 per dozen.
A. E. KERN & CO., Printers
Second and Salmon Sts., Portland, Ore. .
chwab Printing Co.
BtST fTOKK. tttASONABLE fRICKS
the all 'round cleanser
Do you waste your
time. an.dstrengli "clean
irisf your tome with a
half dozen different com
pounds? Running- for this one
and trying to remember
where you left the. other
one is a needless . waste
Gold Dust is made to
remove all'kinds of dirt
and to be harmless to
Do not use soap,
naphtha, borax, soda,
ammonia or kerosene
with Gold Dust The
SLS.0O Foil Sec ml
Teeth, W OO.
Crowns and Brldx
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Upon atcuuhu aw i c