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THE MORXrXG OREGOXTA, TTJESUAT. AOVE3IBER 10. 190S.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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Supt. Bulldlnja Main 7070
HFrr.IG THKATtSR (Fourteenth and Waah
inrton atreta). Tonight at t-.li o'clock
the American drama. "Paid tn Full."
BUNOALOW THEATER (Twelfth and
74orrinn Baker Stock Company Jn
Sky Farm." Tonight at 815.
BAKER THEATER Thlrd. near Tun
hilii "Just Out of College." Tonight at
ORPHECM THEATER (UorrUon, be
tween Sixth and EeTenth) Advanced
vaudeville. This afternoon at 3:10 and to
night at 8:1s.
PANTAOE8 THEATER (Fourth and
Stark) Contlnuoua Aauderllle. 2:20. 1 :M
and B SO p. M.
GRA.Vn THEATETR (Waanlnrton. net ween
Berinth and Park) Vaudeville da luxe.
S:30. 7:30 and a P. M-
CTAR THEATER (Washington and Park)
The melodrama. "Browne in Town."
Tonight at (t lj.
I.TRIC THEATER (Seventh and Aldr
Hlunkall Ntork Company In "Uttt Ala
bama, r.tery night at 8:15; matttt.es
Tueelay. Thursday and Saturday at 5:15.
Relocatjno Memorial. Cmnni. A
committee In Ittoking up a new location
lor Memorial Evangelical church, wliich
stands on tlie cornier of fcast Kighteenlh
and Tibbetta streets. It haa been found
that there ar. too many churches In
Stephens Addition, there being three
Kvanicellcal churches within a few blocks
of each other. It Is considered probable
tnat a quarter block will be secured In
Vaveriy-RIchmond tract, and the present
property oid. There Is no church In the
Waverly-Richmond district. The First
KvanKf llrul Church. Kast Sixth and
.Market streets, will not be moved but
the present building- will be replaced with
a modern church building: probably next
year. A new building has been contem
plated by the First Church for aevera
years. The First United Bvang-lioal
Church is having- a new building erected
in the Ladd tract on Kast Sixteenth
street. In relocating these churches com
mittees from both brandies of the Evan.
n-elical denomination conferred so there
would be no interference with each other,
which Is In line with the policy of federa
UNED FOR FLEECING FARMER. It Was
Impressed upon J. B. Crane and W.
Hepburn. In the Municipal Court yester
day, that higli finance on a small scale,
does not pay. Some months ago they
contrived a shot arrangement whereby
rustic Individuals might be Induced to
deposit dollars in the hope of securing; a
gold watch. Joseph Baumg-artner, of Til
lamook County, contributed US, got no
watch, made complaint to the police and
the financiers, both young men, were ar
rested on the very harsh-sounding charge
of larceny. They turned the -tat back but
that didn't end the case. After hanging;
fire for many weeks It was brought up
yesterday morning. Judge Van Zante
fined them Sou apiece and tacked in sen
tences of ) days, the sentences to be
served In the event the young men ever
do wrong; again.
No Put, Birr Gives Peeps. Although
there Is a slate law which prohibits the
giving of deeds to property of which no
plat is on file with the County Clerk,
Peter Covacerich haa given six deeds to
Kast Side property, and these have been
presented to County Clerk Fields for
filing. The property Is located at Division
and East Thirty-second streets, and is
known as Covish Addition. Covacerich
Is said to have presented to the City Bn
glneer a plut. for the latter's approval,
which was denied. Notwithstanding this
a portion of tile land has been sold, as
follows: Lot 5. block 1. to Tony Marovlch;
lot 4, block 4. to Vincent Plancich: lot
1. block I. lo H 8. Hubbard: lot 4. block
2. to Samu-1 J. Hubbard; lot I. block 2. to
Kdith L. Hubbard; lot 5. block 4. to Mor
ton and Bessie G. Ballard.
C'ompl.et!no Morrison-Street Fill.
The Pacific Bridge Company is complet
ing the fill cn Kast Morrison street, be
tween East Seventh and Ninth
streets, and will have the material all In
In place Inside of two weeks. At present
tiie dump-cars are discharging sand and
gravel at the north end of the embank
ment. On this side of the nil the two
story holel of Mrs. Montgomery stands
on piles. The building shows the
pressure from the embankment and some
of the foundation piles have been pushed
out of place, but the work on the em
bankment is now far enough advanced
to that the building will be saved. It Is
considered probable that the embankment
will be completed so that the tracks may
be laid and cars run over It by Decem
ber 1. at least.
Fikemex Exposed to Smallpox. Bn
glne company No. 11. on Powell street,
and the Stephens Addition hose company,
w ere called out to subdue a flue tire In
the cottnge. at 790 East Twenty-second
street, South. Sunday night. No damage
was done to the property, but the firemen
from engine company entered the build- '
ing only to find to their amazement that
there was a well developed case of small
pox In the house. None of the firemen
from the hose company went Into tlie
house and consequently were not ex
posed to the disease, but the firemen from
engine company No. 11 were exposed and
submitted to vaccination later in tlie day.
QlARTER BLTM'K BRINOS M.V. H. R.
Burke yesterdriy purchased from Dr.
(wens Adnir anil John Adair tl;e qtnirtor
block, at the southwest corner of Thir
teenth and Everett streets. The con
slileration was fc4.0fl. The-proporty lies In
the heart of the new wholesale district
and It Is Mr. Burke's Intention to erect
a warehouse there If a suitable tenant
can be secured. The property In question
ts directly oppoalt the new building now
being erected for W. P. Fuller Co. Mr.
Burke has held an option on the Adair
property since last August. He has
already refused J:Ht0 for the lots.
EVANOgtt.lST ArrRErSES W. C T. U.
Central V. C T. V. had a rich treat at
yesterday's meeting In the presence of
Rev. Frances K. Townsley. National
evangelist, who Is visiting in this city.
She conducted tlie devotional exercises,
reading Rom. viit and speaking In a
very interesting manner. The work of
the coming year was discussed and plana
made for carrying it on. The day of the
meeting has been changed from Monday
to Tuesday, at i:3 P. M., In the Oood
Rough building, room Si. The recent Na
tional convention at Denver will be the
subject next Tuesday.
AVito. Hot.n Park MKtcTiNa. Cltixens of
Sellwood will nieet tomorrow night at
the Sunnyside schoolhouse. under the
auspice of the Punnyside Push Club,, to
take steps toward securing a park for
thai part of the city. A portion of the
!.add farm fronting on the Rase Line
roAd and covered with fir trees Is spoken
uf as a suitable place for a public park.
Fish Pkti-rr-s Attract Attention.
The colored pictures of fish on display
on the walls of the 8c 1 1 wood Branch
Library, on I'matilla avenue, continue to
attract attention. These pictures represent
the fish In American waters in their nat
ural colors, and are educational.
M'UNf Tabor Club to Meet. The
Mount Tabor Push Club will hold a meet
ing tonight in Woodmen hall, on West
avenue, to hear reports of committees
on several improvements. Including pro
gress on West avenue and fire protection.
Fi-serai. or Philip Roster. The fu
neral of Philip Boater, who was drow-ned
in the Willamette River Saturday, was
held yesterday afternoon and the inter
ment was in Multnomah Cemetery. He
lived at 512 Powell street.
Last week of the Jewelry closing-out
sale of Mrs. A. N. Wright. 2SS Morrison.
Very low prices. Don't miss it.
For Rot. A few nice offices In The
. Oregonian building. S-e Superintendent,
Will M T. F. communicate at once
with F. M- S.T
Remains Shipped to Atlanta. The
death of Martin V. Fletcher, a veteran
railway conductor of the Northwest, is
keenly regretted by a large number of
friends In Portland ' where he was
well known. He was a member
of Mount Hood division No. 91.
Order of Railway Conductors, having
become -affiliated with this or
ganization in when he was a con
ductor on the division between Portland
and Tacoma. He was born at Norfolk.
Va.. April 2, ISRS. and came "to Oregon
when 19 years of age. For many years
he was employed on the Paseo-Dayton
division of the Northern Pacific Railway
In Eastern Washington. He is survived
by a sister and three brothers, all resi
dents of Southern states. The remains
have been shipped to the home of his
sister at Atlanta. Ga.
Prisoner Drinks Too Mtcn Chloral.
Thomas L. Perkins, held at the County
Jail on a charge In the Federal Court,
was nearly killed Sunday afternoon by
taking a dose of chloral. Jailer Hunter
administered hot water and mustard at
once, and worked over the man until the
arrival of Dr. Panton. the Government
phvslclan. Perkins took 13) grains of the
drug, which had been left by Dr. Mc
Cornack. the county physician, for a
prisoner. The latter had complained
that the medicine given him had not
taken effect, and would not cure in
somnia. Perkins says that he did not
intend to commit suicide, but thought he
v-ould try the medicine which Dlebler said
had no effect.
Citt Hall Mat Opex Sundays. In all
probability, the City Hall will be opened
to visitors from 2 to 6 P. M. Sunday and
holidays. This is the recommendation of
the Ways and Means Committee of the
City Council, which met yesterday after
noon. An additional janitor is recom
mended, to attend to the building on
those days In particular. There has long
been a belief among many of the city
officials that the building should be
opened on special days to accommodate
the crowds who wish to view the histori
cal and other displays distributed
throughout the hall. The Council is to
decide the matter tomorrow.
State Federation at I .a Gran rB. The
Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs will
open Its annual convention today at La
Gninde. The final session will be held
Thursday. At today's meeting Dr. M. K.
Hall. Mayor of La Grande, will deliver
the address of welcome. Mrs. F. S. Ivan
hoe will extend the greeting of the local
club to the Federation. Mrs. J. W. Sadler,
of Aurora, will respond. A feature of this
session will be the report of Mrs. Kate
Brigham. who representee- the Federa
tion at the biennial convention in Boston.
Reduced rates have been granted by the
O. R. A N. Company.
WORKMAN Sl'FFERS BAD FALL. Nick
Korpln. 45 year of age. an employe of
the North Pacific Terminal Company,
living at ISS Sheridan street, was seriously
inlured yesterday afternoon about 3
o'clock, by falling from the roof of the
roundhouse, at Second and Gliaan streets.
Korpin together with another workman
had gone up to the roof to do some
cleaning. The distance to the ground Is
about 22 feet. Korpln slipped, rolled to
the edge and fell. He was knocked In
sensible, sustained Internal injuries and
a broken arm. Holman's ambulance was
called and he was removed to the Good
Portland to Visit Albany Fair. For
the purpose of enabling residents of Port
land to participate In the celebration to
day of Portland day, at the Albany Fair.
a special train will leave the Union Depot,
at a:15 o'clock this morning, nouna lor
that city. It is scheduled to arrive in
Albany at 12 o'clock and will return to
Portland at 8:18 o'clock tonight: arriving
here at 11:15 o'clock. In addition to the
celebration at the fairgrounds, the new
pastenger depot at Albany will be dedi
cated by the citizens. This will be fol
lowed by a banquet which will consume
the time until the departure of the train
No Law Here. In many Eastern states
there is a law saying that meat that has
been In cold storage ten days must carry
a label. The consumer Is entitled to
know what he is eating. We have nq
protection In Oregon except that people
who want absolutely fresh Oregon meats
must go to a Smith market. When the
Beef Trust brings meat from tne risi. it
Is weeks and even montns oia wneu .
gets here. The markets on both sides of
fmtth's, on Alder street, do not carry
Smith's prime, fresh Oregon meats. Read
Smith's adv.. back page.
s.-.- thk Discount. Send check or pay
u. office todav. the 10th to save the dis
count on November bills for the Automatic
Telephone. Home phone your long-aisi-ance
calls to Tacoma. 9?attle and way
points. Home Telephone company, corner
of Park and Burnsiae streem.
i..vr Woman Sent to Salem. Mrs.
Susie Young, held at the County Jail, has
been declared Insane, and will oe sent to
Salem today. She objected strenuously to
being placed In Jail yesterday, as she said
she had committed no crime.
Immediate Dairy Ranch, to support 60
head- must have buildings ana some
agricultural land: five to eight mile from
Portland. Owners preferred.
Vr.Hr Meeting of Cathedral court. .
O. F. tomorrow eve.. Nov. 11. Auditorium.
Da- Swain, dentist. Sll Dekum Diag. -
2600 ORIENTAL RUGS,
Offered at Remarkably Low Prices
That Will Puzzle the Trade.
Atiyeh Bros, the largest exclusive
rug importers In tne .onnTsi. cut,. pn
and Washington, offer tlielr entire stock
of rugs, which is conceded by connois
seurs to be the best of Its kind, at ex
tremely low prices that will break all
value given records.
-Their reason for it is the enormous
purchases made In the Orient by George
Ativeh, who has been traveling In the
Orient for several months, visiting the
greatest rug markets. New shipments ar
riving weekly. Don't miss this great rug
The anxiety of contestants in the Ellen
Counting Contest to learn whether they
had been successful tn winning one of
the valuable prizes, haa reached an acute
stage. All day long telephone Inquiries
are pouring Into Ellers Piano House, and
every niall brings requests
Everything is being done to hurry the
work as much as possible and from pres
ent Indications, the winners will "be an
nounced by Thursday or Friday of this
FINE IRVINGTON HOME
We hae for sale a handsome resi
dence on Twenty-first street in the
swellest part of Irvlngton: ground 50
X150 feet, eight rooms, latest improve
ments, line garage containing work
room and cozy den with large fire
place. This Is a bargain only J6750
very reasonable terms. For particu
lars inquire of
CHARLES K. HENRY A; SON,
250 Stark Street.
A hand-painted box, filled with Hazel
wood chocolates and bon-bons at 50c a
box. Is this week's candy special at the
Cream Store. SSS-S0 Washington st.
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restaurant; fine ; rlvate apart
ment for ladies. 305 Wash., near Fifth.
Plant Bibson roses. Phone Sell wood .
New Bills Open at the
BT NANCY LEE.
HERB have been many excellent
I hills presented at the Orpheum since
this enterprising vaudeville circuit in
vaded Portland, and it to almost out of
the question to find serious fault with
anything offered. The bill presented for
thecurrent week Is quite Interesting, al
though not the best of the present sea.
son, owing possibly to the fact that more
than the average number of sketches is
The show is opened by Ernie and Mil
dred Potts, the former giving' an exhibl
tlon of tsklllful bag punching, punctuated
with singing and dancing dlvertisements
or mediocre worth.
Rightfully the stellar position on the
bill falls to the Italian trio from Naples,
Vincent Esposlto, tenor; Ettoro Turcl,
baritone, and Pasqualo Crisconta, basso.
whose voices are full of magnetism,
warmth and color. In De Capua's "Tar-
antelle" especially do they enter Into the
spirit of the song with abandon that finds
decided favor with the audience and dls
plays to advantage their vocal talents.
The four Orans, recently Imported for
the circuit, appear in an acrobatic nov
elty In which they show daring, finesse
and skill, as well as originality. The
act is called "On the Seashore." although
the plot would never be guilty of bringing
on a brainstorm. On the beach le ar
ranged a table au deux, to which ap
proach two guests, who apparently defy
all of the prescribed etiquette rules laid
down !n the Ladies Home Journal, and
land up side down upon the crantums of
the diners, doing a remarkable head
balancing stunt, while the quartette
breaks forth In music, playing various
stringed instruments In this undignified
though difficult position.
A delightful little comedy. "A Deal on
Change, by Edmund Day. author of "The
Oreat Divide and other dramatic and
vaudeville successes. Is presented by Er
nest van Pelt and Susanne Seigel, Mr.
Van Pelt was here recently with Kolb
and Dill and sustains his reputation very
well, while Miss Seigel, who made a re
markable success here with the FTawley
company a year ago. Is featured to ad
vantage as the girl who believes in the
Wa.l street adventurer. Miss Siegel is
especially attractive, with her wondrous
titian hair and her unquestionable genius
as a dramatic artist.
Netta Vesta, formerly with the "Wizard
of Ox," is a dainty singing Ingenue with
a fairly good voice.
"Married Now" is a sketch played by
Linton and Lawrence, which serves to
Introduce comedy, songs and dances. It
is to be regretted that Miss Lawrence ap
pears in only one dance,' as she is an ex
ceptionally agile and capable danseuse.
Hall McAllister, a Harvard man and
nephew of Ward McAllister, protege of
tne late Mrs. William Astor, presents a
bright one-act episode by Fred Nlblo,
called 'The Girl of the Times." The
sketch deals with a most attractive news
paper woman who plans to enter the
apartments of a prominent bachelor in
the capacity of a burglar, ostensibly to
gain a sooop for the Yellow Journal.
However, In this she is frustrated by
the aforementioned bachelor, who sum
mons the police, in spite of her effort.
In desperation the girl turns the tables,
accuses the bachelor of the act and
makes her escape. Mr. McAllister Is
thoroughly consistent In the part, giving
a clever portrayal of the "man about
town," in which he is ably seconded by
the dainty Miss Cameron.
A STAGE full of merry little sou
brettes. who Immediately sing and
dance "their way into tlie hearts of their
audiences, Is the stellar attraction at the
Grand this week, where Laura Jaffray
and what she Is pleased to call her Eng
lish Rockers hold the majority stock for
attractiveness. Their act is a distinct
novelty and anyone who sees it .cannot
fail but be pleased thereby. It Is so en
tirely different from the average song and
dance act that the veriest beginner as a
vaudeville patron must be delighted with
their efforts as entertainers. They are
well worthy the featuring which the man
agement has given them.
The Ioleen Sisters, who do some sur
prising wire walking and sharpshooter
stunts, command a large share of in
terest and properly demand the applause
of their auditors. Another act which con
tributes to the excellence of the Grand
programme this week. Is that of the Four
American Trumpeters who supply an ex
ceptionally good musical turn. Their
skill as buglers and xylophone players
placing them In the front rank of enter
tainers of this class.
The Great Hugo, styled a "Roman
gladiator," la worthy of more than ordi
nary consideration and obtained without
apparent unusual effort the unstinted
praise of those who saw his excellent act.
De Voy and Dayton Sisters do an eccen
tric dancing specialty which is likely to
be greatly commented, upon. Cora
Thomas, who has a single act, the custo
mary soubrette change affair, establishes
herself as a comedienne of more than or
dinary ability. Fred Bauer sings an
illustrated ballad very well, indeed, and
the grandlscope shows a series of In
teresting moving pictures.
IT has hcen a long time since the Pan
tages management has presented
such a generally satisfactory bill as the
present one. While all of them are not
top-liners by any means, there are a
number of acta that must loom up large
In the general estimation of the public.
The show opens with the Whitman
sisters and Robinson in a blackface act
called "Plantation Pastimes." While
the women are not especially clever, the
man is one of the keenest detached
minstrels that the public has recently
seen on the vaudeville stage.
Fred Graham and Nellie Dent In their
little comedy, "Packing Up," display
unusual ability as funmakers. and their
work deserves to rank among; the best
comedy efforts that have been seen on
the local vaudeville stage In recent
months. Jean Wilson, best of all Illus
trated ballad singers, has returned to
Some can spend just so much. Others can be more liberal, but we
have them for everybody. From $10 to $1000. Every stone guaran
teed for quality and price. Only facts given. No misrepresentations.
In business forty years. All styles and shapes of mountings, be it
brooch, scarfpin, link buttons, bracelet or necklace, or any other article
desired. Hundreds of new Fall designs, never before seen. Some
Ihing to interest everybody. The largest stock" in Portland. Call
and be convinced.
Corner Third and Washington Streets.
Manufacturing Jewelers Opticians Diamond Importers
And good common sense
will stamp your reputation, if
you have the saving habit.
The Oldest Trust Company In Oregon
Invites You Deposits.
2Y on check accounts.
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on six months' certificates.
3Va on thirty days' call.
AL on ninety days' call, on
twelve months' certificates f
and on couoon certificates.
Call for our book of
Portland Trust Company
i L CORNER THIRD AND OAK STREETS
BF.XJ. I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK Vice-PTealdent
DR. A. S. NICHOLS, .td Vice-Pi-es't.
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
W. J. GILL Assistant Secretary
C. W. DEOKAFF Cavahlor
Pantages. and sings "Dreaming" In his
usually delightful voice. An attractive
feature Is the Van brothers, musical
comedians, who do ' delightful things
with various musical Instruments, their
sazaphone-playing being especially
noteworthy. Fink's performing mules
afford much genuinely amusing enter
tainment, and display marvelous ani
The feature act of the bill is Terra
called the "Iron man," who displays a
body which is amazingly well devel
oped. Among his stunts is that of al
lowing an automobile to run directly
over him, and execute all sorts of
maneuvers on his remarkably-developed
form. The moving pictures are enter
taining, as usual.
Grease, paints and professional supplies at
14 acres near Oswego. L-and in good
state of cultivation. S-room house,
span horses and wagon; farming imple
ments. For further particulars, Inquire
of Causey Land & Investment Co., 506-7
6wetland Bldg. Main 8148.
Mrs. Katherlne A. Daly sailed from
Cherbourg October 28, on the White Star
liner Majestic, after an absence of 18
months In Europe. After a visit with her
son in Soston they will both return to
1 34i Wash's
Belts and Beltings
Leather Belts, 35c, 50c, 75c.
Elastic Belts, 75c to $5.00.
Elastic Beltings, 60c yd. to
New Belt Buokles and Pins
75c to $7.50 each.
F. W. Baltes
First and Oak
the Basement Salesroom
Housekeepers will profit by attending the Directors Sale of Household Supplies
today and tomorrow. Lace Curtains, Blankets, Comforters, Bedspreads, .Sheets,
Pillow Cases, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels and Curtain Materials, are all in
cluded in this drastic clearance. We quote only a few of the many items that
await you. Do not fail to take advantage of sale. No mail orders will be filled.
I?.,! I I. ! I4IU' ill
SPECIAL During the Directors'
arC"'-,'rtJ- sale the doors will opn
NOTE ' :S0 A. M. and cloae
at o'clock. Mall or
dera cannot be filled at prices ad
vertised. No goods charged and none
sent C. O. D. Prompt and efficient
tore and delivery aervlce at all
Large size Wool lankets, extra heavy weight; fancy pink
and blue borders, and silk-taped ends; best QO
standard $3.75 values; Directors' Sale price. .P "-
Large full bed size Comforters, filled with pure white cot
ton and hand-tufted; good range of light and t-j ig
dark colors; regular price $2; sale price, ea. .P
72x90 hemmed Sheets, splendid quality material, rein
forced with seam down center; the usual 50c
grade; 100 dozen only in the lot; sale price, ea. C
Lonsdale and Hope Muslins, a standard quality the world
over; for today and tomorrow we will sell either 0U
of these brands at 8'2e a yard. Limit, 10 yards O 5C
buying of a
piano Is an im
tion. There are
ikei of pianos.
& Co. are an old.
I V7 J
- known estab
rf nie-H-B-rnri deDendable pianos
found in any house on the Coast.
sell new pianos as low as C205,
200, 30O and up to the Incom-
paraDie steinway at sod anu uy.
The following list is remarkable and
you will recognize the names names
as familiar as the names of old friends
Steinway, A. B. Chase, Everett, Con-
f a c K a r at, rungsDury, iuuwis,
Jt.merson, ivurizmann, Welling
A. P. Chase Player Flano; Kings
Carola and Kupnona inner i-iayers.
Convenient monthly payments may
Sherman Clay & Co.
and Morrison, Opposite Poatofflee
Yin Kin Lum
Chop auejr and noodles. Chinese and
American cook. Merchant's lunch 3o.
Open day and night.
81-S3M- NORTH FOURTH STREET,
Corner Everett. Home Pkoaie. A 2703
A 2776 Phones Main J77S.
Vulcan Coal Co.
323 Burnalde St.
All Other Hlgh-Grade House Coals.
iltM roll Set ot
Teeth. M OO.
Crowaa sad Brldsre
Brom 4445, Dekum.
Open tbHis SUi T.
4 1 !
The Store Noted for Best Goods at Lowest Price ;
"1 C . - U T a n a 1".. -t f,.ll Q varili Inner A
nt lHt U 1 .uiiniii.'j ii.i. v. J"i ' 'fj. uim
48 inches wide; new designs and first quality
lace; our regular $1.50 grade; Direc- qq
tors' Sale price, special for, the pair. OaC
rotch Lace Curtains. 3 yards long and extra
wide; six different patterns to select from;
in white and Arabian; standard rt
$2.25 values, at this' low price. P
Net Curtains, Battenberg edge and insertion;
come in both white and Arabian; good width
and full length; regular $2.50 J- s0
quality; extra special sale price. .P sOO
Ruffled Swiss Curtains, good quality material
and our usual 6oc grade; on sale today and
tomorrow only ' at this exceptional OQ.
price. Limit of three pairs to a buyer. -'
Ruffled Swiss Curtains, good assortment of
designs, including dots; full length and width
and best regular $1.50 grade; on sale Qgc
at this unusually low price, the pair. v-v
Scotch Lace Curtains, in new patterns, just re
ceived. 50 inches wide and 3 yards long.
Bought to sell at $2.00 a pair ; 100 t 1 O 7
pairs only in this lot; special, pr..f --
BLUMAUER & HOCH iVI I I
10 and 110 Fourth Street. X f XX jL,JL JL
IDS and 110 Fsorth Street.
Sole Distributors for Orogoa and WaahtBrtost
Bay State Floor Paint
Dries Hard Over Night With a Good Gloss
$1.40 Per Gallon
This Week Only
Front and Morrison Sts.
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
THE J. A. REID CO.
Manufacture and sell direct to ths
merchant, the best line of men's,
' ' boys' and youths' hard-wearing
on the market. Try us and we will
give .you goods which give satisfaction.
I Union Ave., Portland, Or.
chwab Printing Co.
BEST WO. K. REASONJtlE MTCZS
Without a Rival
H JT A T T
Pianos for Rent
and aold on easy payment.