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THE MORXIXG OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1908.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
CUT ClT'-UlltloO .....
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ftapt. Buildings .....
JfETLIi? THT3ATER Tourt"nth and Waah
)ngtrn striata) Thla aflron. apaetaj
BiulnH at 1:1 o'clock: tonlaht at :1S
last ttm. th. Amarlcan drama. 7ala
Bl'XIALOW THEATER (Twelfth and
.4orriaon Baker stock Company la
ay 'arm." Tonight at SIS.
BAKER THEATER f Third, near Tarn
hill) -Juat Out of Colla. Matinee at
3. It: tonlsht at 1:1a.
ORPHEUM THEATER (Vornan. be
tween Sixth and Serentb) Adranced
Tandevllle. Thla attaraooa at :ls and to
night at 8:13.
PANTAGES THEATER (Fourth and
Stark) Continuous laudenlla.. T:0
and a .iO p. 1L
ORAND THEATER rWaanlnittoB. txrwoea
Seventh and Park) Vaudeville de luxe.
2:30. T:30 and P. M-
STAR THEATER Viahlnrton and Park)
The melodrama. "Brown In Town.
Tonight at 8:13.
X.TRIC THEATER (Seventh and Alder)
Rlunkall Stock Company In "Ulttie Ala
bama." Every nlsht at S:1S: matinees
Tueeday. Thursday and Saturday at 1:15.
Discusa Ccir?n. Probuem. At a meet
Ins; of the) Federated -Men s Clubs, held
Monday nljrht In the Y. M. C. A., lb
was decided to conduct the organization
after the model of a city government with
Its various departments. It Is proposed
to consider such moral questions as are
brought before the City Council and act
upon thera In such manner as they deem
desirable. The members of the organiza
tion expect by this means to educate
themselves in the matter of civic admin
istration. The Federated .Men's Club la
composed of 3) men's clubs from the
congregations of the various churches of
the city and was organized last Febru
ary. The officers are: President. O. I
Ferris; vice-president. M. F. Coates; secretary-treasurer,
J. c. Clark.
Coxve.vt For St. Agnes Babt Home.
Considerable Interest centers over the
forthcoming benefit which the La km a
Quartet Is to give Friday night, November
. at the Heillg Theater, for the St.
Agnes Baby Home, which is under the
auspices of the .Ladles' Aid Society of the
Cathedral. The cause is especially worthy
and nhe concert, it is thought, will tax
the capacity of the theater. Tickets are
now on sale at fillers Piano House, Sher
. man Clay el Co.. Graves Music House
' and at the Meier A Frank Company's
accommodation desk. Tickets are to be
exchanged for raerved seats at the
Helllg the day of the concert.
Now That the ixction Is Over it is
good time to take a rest and prepare
for the rush of prosperity. Take a. trip
to Collins Hot Springs, where you can
get all the comforts of a home and the
benefits of the hot mineral water, moun
tain air and most beautiful scenery In the
world. Come and see ti new spring
being developed by tlie proprietor of Col
lins Hot Springs, which proves to every
one that we have as good water as there
Is In this country, and you don't have to
take any stage ride over the mountains
to reach Collins Hot firings. Take Pen
dleton local O. R. V N. train, either line
of steamboats. Whlta collar line or O. R.
T. Company's line. Last but not least
the magnificent North Bank road, which
, lands you within duo feet of the hotel;
good sidewalk to the house.'
Bakert Bl'rncd ix 9ei4.wood. Fire
burned the roof of Owens' bakery, cor
ner of Nineteenth street and Multnomah
avenue. Sellwood, yesterday afternoon
about 4:20 o'clock. Defective electric
wiring is supposed to be the cause of
the blaze. The building is of frame con
struction, one and one-half stories high.
Flames broke out In the crest of the
roof and swept everything above tne
first floor. The entire building would un
doubtedly have been destroyed but for
the proximity of the Sell wood Are com
pany and Its prompt response to the
alarm. The damaga Is estimated at
Bioor Poisowino la Fatal. Blood
poisoning, the result of cutting his leg
with a rusty ax while splitting wood,
several weeks ago, caused the death of
4'aptain ledebaugh, a Washington hotel
keeper, at St. Vincent's Hospital, yes
terday morning. He was proprietor of
the Washington Hotel, at White Salmon,
during the past four years and previous
to that time was steward on a Pacific
Mall Steamship Company's steamer. He
was born In Austria, ft) years ago, and
leaves a widow at White Salmon.
IMnri IjOse Arm. Fred Watklns.
foreman of a timber camp neap St.
Helens. Or., was the victim of an accident
yesterday which resulted in the loss of his
right arm. Watklns was caught between
two logs and his arm mashed. Suffer
ing terribly but still conscious, he was
brought to this city yesterday morning
and placed In the Good Samaritan Hos
pital, w fie re the surgeons were forced to
amputate his arm. Watkins Is a single
man and lived near the timber camp.
Mtssiow Circlt tq Meet. The Florence
Meade Mission circle, of the Vnlversalist
Church, will meet with Mrs. J. H. Arm
strong. 272 Fargo avenue, tomorrow aft
ernoon at 5 o'clock. Mrs. E. L. Crozier
will be the leader and the topic will be
"Why I'ntversalists Believe Jesus Christ
to Be the Saviour of the World." Special
business connected with the fair will
claim the attention of the members.
I'EATH or Mrs. Deverc Mrs. Klla
Cole Devere. widow of Dr. Devere and
daughter of the late George E. Cole, died
last right in this city after a Jong Ill
ness. She was a native of Oregon, having
been born In 14. Her mother was a
sister of Pr. J. R. Card well, of this city.
Arrangements for the funeral will be an
FfarERAL. or Miss Mat. The funeral
of Miss Jenette N. May. who died No
vember . at the home of her parents.
449 lexlngton avenue. Sellwood. was held
yesterday afternoon from the Nazarene
fhurch and the Interment was in Mll
waukie Cemetery. She was 1R years old
and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Cornell, or Jewish Wome. The Bible
study class, of the Council of Jewish
Women, will meet this afternoon at J:39
o'clock In the vestry-room of Temple
"Heth Israel. The subject for today is.
Joshua.' Rabbi Jonah B. "Wise will
Fi -herai. or r. C Covert. The funeral
of t. C. Covert, who died at his home,
east of Montavtlla, November S, was held
yesterday afternoon and the Interment
was In Rose City Cemetery- He was j
vears old and recently came from San
Nkeolbwork GriLD Exhibit. The an
nual exhibit of garments of the Needle
work Guild will be held at the Unitarian
("Impel this afternoon from S till 5
o'clock. Those who are Interested are
Invited to attend.
Evert Dat. from now until January
1. our factory will sell furniture and
mattresses at manufacturers cost. No
better goods made. Peters r Roberts
Furniture Co.. factor' North Front,
corner of Davis.
DTES1RABU9 Bl'BIXESS TCATTON. Cor.
store, two upper floors, brick building,
froiiort. th and Oak; will be leased to
gether or separately and alterations made
to suit tenant. A. H. Btrrell. 08 McKay
Needlework Gvtu Tea. The annual
tea ar.d exhibition of the Needlework Guild
will be held this afternoon from S to 6 at
the Unitarian Chapel. The public is In
vited. M. Sicheu exclusive, haberdasher, at
KS Washington street. Imperial, Horn,
building. Has no branch store.
Diamonds on instalments to responsible
parties. This week only. Mrs. A. N.
Wright. 193 Morrison st.
For Rext. A few nice -frlcea In Tha
Oregonian building. See Superintendent,
!Uuu to Be Married. Thomas M-
Gardiner, one of the best-known sales
man traveling In and out of Portland,
and better known among his friends as
"Smiley.- Is enjoying a vacation In
Portland. Incidentally, he Is about to be
married. "Smiley- has been hugging
himself for several weeks In the belief
that he has succeeded In keeping all news
of his aporoachlng marriage from be
coming public, and is anxiously awaiting
the arrival of his fiancee, who Is to reach
Portland, from Eureka, tomorrow. She
Is Miss Loretta Hinch, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. M. C. Hinch. of Eureka. Cal.
The ceremony will be performed at St.
jlarr'i Cathedral tomorrow morning, and
Instead of the presence of Just the Im
mediate relatives and friends, there
promises to be an array of traveling men
on hand. Their jokes on their fellows
are usually harmless and no serious re
sults are anticipated unless "Smiley" at
tempts to postpone the wedding. Miss
Mignon Thompson, of Portland, and a
girlhood chum of the bride-elect,, will
officiate as bridesmaid, and M. V. Sea
brook, a fellow-traveling man. will act
as best man. Rev. Father O'Hara will
perform the ceremony.
wilt. Discuss Foods. The subject of
What Is the Natural Food of Man?"
will be discussed at 8 o'clock Wednesday
night at the Vegetarian Conversazione,
by advocates of the various dietary sys
tems. The meeting, which Is free, will
be held at 501 Yamhill street, back of the
Scottish Rita Cathedral.
Ir the gold purse and diamond locket
found at Portland Hotel parlors Saturday
afternoon are returned to Oregonian of
fice Immediately no questions will be
asked, otherwise party will be prose
cuted. Rev. Greek, mutual healer, has re
turned. Phone Sellwood S33.
Da. McCracees. dentist. Rothcmld bid.
xguO acre. Woodstock. Main 5645.
CITY CAN HAVE BUSINESS
Commissioner Bailey Says Klamath
Wants to Buy Here.
J. W. Bailey. State Dairy and Food
Commissioner, has returned from Klam
ath Falls, where he attended the Farm
ers' Institute and the good roads meet
ing. So Interested were the people of
, -1 .u t.-... 1 1 in . mjtMlnn he said.
that the Mayor ordered business houses
closed, and farmers irom a uisuuice oi
100 miles attended.
"Everything is progressing down that
way," he said. "The railroad "a now
completed to within fcur miles of the
Klamath River, and work on the Govern
ment project Is progressing very satis
factorily. "In Lake County and in Klamath Coun
ty, too. there is real solicitude and anxiety
to Inaugurate and maintain closer busi
ness relations with Portland. San Fran
cisco has had the business, hut It can be
long to Portland altogether if the business
men here will only go after It."
TRUANT GIRLS ARE FOUND
Take Possession of Seaside Cottage
Where Sheriff Arrests Them.
ASTORIA. Nov. 10. (Special.) Amanda
M. Wolff, the 16-year-old daughter of
William Wolff, of Seaside, and Belle
Gerritse. a girl 20 years of age living at
the same place, who have been missing
for about ten days, were found Sunday
living in the Summer cottage belonging
to John F. Logan, of Portland, which
they had broken into. They were brought
to Astoria last evening by Deputy Sheriff
McLean and today were given a hearing
before Judge Trenchard on a charge of
The Wolff girl was committed to the
care of the Boys Girls- Aid Society at
Portland, but the Gerritse girl Is too old
to send to that Institution and was re
leased. She was discharged from the Aid
Society about three months ago.
Mr. and airs. Marcus Delahunt, who
were very well entertained by their
friends, are leaving for New Tork on an
W. H. Snedaker. general agent for
the Illinois Central at Sun Francisco,
who has been visiting In the city for
a few days, left for Seattle yesterday
afternoon. Mr. Snedaker was accom
panied on his trip north by E. H.
Trumbull, commercial agent for the Il
linois Central at Portland.
NEW YORK, Nov. 10. (BnectaJ. Peo
ple from the Northwest registered at
New Tork hotels today as follows:
i . Dni.nrf w I T Fdwnrris. nt the
Empire; R. R. G. Hollenbeck. C. D.
Charles, at the Hotel Astor; Mrs. M.
Fleischner, M. Fleischner. at the Plaza.
From Spokane A. Jeffery. at the Brcs-
FTom Seattle A. Hennlch. M. Adams.
. .1. - tnn-av Will' ft fill vH i TT1 MrS. H.
Suydam. at the Plaza: J. Entwlstlr. at
the Raleigh: C 1J. .-nctvean. un .
McKean. at the New Amsterdam: F. R.
1 1 .... hA Herald Aniinre: C. Olson, at
the Grand Union: J. G. Spier, at the Park
Avenue; K. l-Tllton, at me orraim.
Modern flat. West Side, excellent loca
tion; everything strictly up-to-date; earn
ing better than 10 per cent on price asked.
One of the best "buys" In Portland. Will
sell for either cash or give reasonable
terms. See us at once. Catterlln & Com
pany, Room J. Chamber of Commerce.
. STRAWBERRY LAND.
In l-acre tracts, located H mile south
of Troutdale Junction on O. W. P.
carllne. $300 per acre. Set to straw
berries. 330 per acre. Terms easy.
Causey Land & Investment Co., 506-7
Swetland building. Main 3148.
WILL CANVASS EAST SIOE
BUSINESS MEX TO WORK FOR
Association Also Hopes to Bring the
Liberty Bell to Pacific Coast
At 9 o'clock tomorrow morning, the
hustlers of the East Side Business Men's
Club will buckle Into the harness and at
tempt to raise J.VW0 for the Rose Festival
fund. The committee representing this
organization covers more varied Interests
than the body of "pluggers" that got
out last year.' and their slogan Is to
"clean-up" before the end of the present
week. H. H. Newhall Is chairman of the
committee and he has associated with him
a coterie of the best enthusiasts of the
East Side. Among them are the fol
lowing: C. A. Bigelow. president of the
East Side Business Men's Club: George
Dilworth. E. Gellnsky. A. Gevurtz, G. T.
Atchley and W. K. Moilonles.
The entire business, mercantile, whole
sale and manufacturing section of the
East Side of the river will be allotted to
different members of this general finance
committee and the su-b-conrmlttes which
work .under them will be given a
certain district to cover In their canvass
As one of the greatest drawing cards
that will probably be devised, the Rose
Festival Association has asked the Alas-ka-Yukon-Paclflc
Exposition people to
work hand-in-hand with them to secure
the "Liberty Bell" ae an attraction for
both the Rose Festival of the week or
June 7-12. Iii9. in this city and the big
Fair at Seattle.
The Festival people have sent a written
request to Director-General I. A. Nadeau.
of the Seattle fair to place the proposi
tion before the executive committee, and
to Inform the Festival as to the result
of its decision. The "Liberty Bell" is in
the custodianship of the municipal gov
ernment of the city of Philadelphia and
the great emblem and Insignia of Ameri
can Independence has left Its almost
sacred resting place only a very few
times since it rang out its world-wide
message 132 years ago.
It has never been west of Chicago, and
it Is anticipated by the Rose Festival
forces that only the most vigorous ef
forts on their part and on the part of
the Seattle Fair people will be able to
lure the great National treasure from Its
present abiding place, especially out to a
district so distant.
With a favorable answer from Seattle,
the Festival Association will at once take
up negotiations with the city government
of Philadelphia with a view to having
emancipation's grandest token sent to this
part of the country. It may be a difficult
thing to accomplish, for Philadelphia is
extremely Jealous of its charge, and
whenever the bell leaves its present rest
ing place It must be accompanied by a
special guard of honor appointed by the
civic authorities. They take full charge
of the famous relic. Under the arrange
ment suggested by the Festival, the ex
pense of bringing the Liberty Bell here
for one week and for another week at
Seattle is to be borne jointly by the two
What tb Trtm iftnti Bar.
"Pld In Fall- Twice Today.
Thene will be two performances at the
Heiltff Theater today. A special matinee
will be Riven at 2:15 o'clock and the last
time tonight at 8:16. The attraction will
be the IT neat American play, "Paid In Full,"
which has been at the above theater since
last Sunday night and made one of the
biggest hits of the past two seasons. Do
not overlook this opportunity.
"Sky Farm" at the Bungalow.
William Dills. Howard Russell, William
Gleasnn. Marihel Seymour and Mina Gleaaon
have some great comedy character parts
this week In the popular Baker Stock Com
pany's production of "Sky Farm." which Is
being seen here for the first time. It Is by
Bdward Kidder, author of the Sol Smith
Russell plays, and is his latest success.
Bargain Matinee) Today.
Tha principal mid-week event in theat
ricals Is the Baker Theater's bargain mat
inee every Wednesday. This weak it will
be especially so, for the whole town Is
lauirhlng at George Ade's "Just Out of
College." which is the attraction. It wll
continue all week, with the regular Satur
Located N. of Lincoln and East of 14th
st. Give full description, location and
lowest price for cash (not over J5O00). T
All the delicacies of the season at tha
Portland Restaurant; fine ; rivate apart
ments for ladies, 305 Wash., near Fifth.
Xo Trouble A hoot Lincoln's Figure.
PORTLAND. Nov. 10. (To the Editor.)
The recent publication of articles treat
ing of the slavery question as It existed
in Oregon in the early days of the Civil
War. and The Oregonian s editorial upon
them, are timely and interesting. Is it
a fact that at the time the -Multnomah
Countv Courthouse was built the placing
over the entrance the face of Lincoln
rudely cut in stone met with vigorous
protest from the pro-slavery people of
Portland, and nearly caused a Hot among
them? If there Is an interesting story
in this connection, will you kindly give
your readers the benefit of it?
W. N. FERRIN.
There was no objection whatever to
placinff the head of Lincoln, cut In stone,
in the arch of the door of the Multnemah
County Courthouse. It was years after
the death of Lincoln, and. though a rude
attempt at art. it Is worthy of preserva
tion. The Oregonian has no knowledge
as to how any rumor could have arisen
that there was objection at the time the
figure was placed there. It could not
hare been possible.
Plant Slbson rosea, F2una $eXlwoc4 9&km L
"little Alabama at the Lyric.
A play which makes a strong appeal to
all classes of theatergoers Is "Little Ala
bama." a beautiful Southern comedy -drama.
In which the Blunkall company Is distin
guishing Itself this week. It Is one of
the big dramatic treats of th season, and
you will be very fooHnh of you don't see
It. There will be a matinee tomorrow.
Brown's In Town."
No doubt the best popular price attrac
tion traveling on the Coast this season is
the Eckhardt's Ideals, and they will give
the patrons of the Star the best comedy
ever written, "Brown's in Town." This
comedy' was written for laughing purposes
and It certainly fills the bill, for It Is a
roar and a scream from the time the cur
tain goes up on the first act.
AT THE VAUDEVILLE THEATERS.
"The Man on the Box.
Manager Baker, of the Bungalow, has
secured the rights to Max Figman's great
success. "The Man on the Box." in this
city at popu I ar prices, and t his corned y
feast will be fully enjoyed next week when
the Baker Stock Company will produce it.
Sydney Ayres will play the rich young man
who voses as coach man. and Miss Jewel
the girl for whom he undergoes so much.
"IJttle Johnny Jones Coming.
George M. Cohan's "Little Johnny Jones,"
so well and favorably known to theater
goers, will return to this city next week,
playing at the Baker. It is being presented
this season by one of the beet companies
ewr sent out In it and has been received
with ovations everywhere. Among the song
hits are "Yankee Doodle Boy." "Give My
Regards to Broadway." "Life's a Funny
Proposition After All," and "They're All
"Kvt I-iynne Next.
Commencing Sunday afternoon the pop
ular Blunkall company will proffer a fine
performance and production f that ever
lasting favorite. "East Lynne." This play
will afford Miss Warda Howard unusual
opportunities to display her versatile dra
matic talents. All vthe other members of
the cast will have strong parts. It Is a
play that everyone, young and oM, should
rtee. Remember the opening Sunday after
noon. Too Frond to Beg Coming.
"Too Proud to Beg," Lincoln J. Carter's
thrilling melodrama, will be the attrac
tion at the Ptar Theater, week commencing
Sunday matinee, November 15. It is full
of sensations, stirring Incidents, well de
veloped climaxes, real and original humor,
clever dialogue and dramatic situations.
Mm. Kessely'a Fantoches Theater Ma
rionettes will be the leading attraction at
the Grand next week. This is the most
marvelous marionettes performance before
the public Barney and Dick Ferguson,
the dancers and comedians, will be on the
bill with their famous burlesque, "The Dim
Felice Morris at Orphenm.
Miss Felice Morris, daughter of the late
Felix Morris, will be seer at the Orpheum
nexf week in "The Old. Old Story." To
give a synopsis of this little playlet here
would be anticipating some of the pleasure
patrons of the Orpheum will have in seeing
it. Suffice to say It has a unique plot;
tt Is new and contains many bright and
New Bill nt Orpheum.
Hall MxAOUstaxa the popular lonn UaA-
has returned from Europe, where he
has been investigating the NEW
WIESBADEN METHOD of eye-testing,
which caused so much talk in
England, France and Germany. No
extra charge will be made for this
wonderful science, in the fitting of
glasses. Our prices are very reason
able, our methods are accurate and
lenses absolutely- correct.
218-19 Failing Bnilding, Corner Third
Second Floor.. Take Elevator.
tng man at the Orpheum with "The Girl
of the Times." is an ardent admirer of ath
letic and outdoor sports, and while a stu
dent at Harvard College, where, by the way,
he was a classmate of William Randolph
Hearst, he held the amateur middleweight
boxing championship for two years.
And Her Name was Maod.
Do you know that Maud, the celebrated
kicking mukj of funny paper fame can be
seen at the Pantages Theater this week
In a comedy act that will cause you to
laugh as you never laughed before? Every
act on the programme Is a hit and there
Is not a dull moment from start to finish.
Many Girls at the Grand.
The programme at the Grand this week
Is well supplied with girls, for almost every
act has one or more soubrettes. The four
English Rockers give the finest girl act
that bas been seen In the house. It is a
small musical comedy and the act Is full
of novelty. If you like good vaudeville
you cannot afford to miss this week's show
at the Grand.
Astoria Primary Election Held and
ASTORIA. Or., Nov: 10. (Special.) At
the city primary elections yesterday a Re
publican ticket was nominated as follows:
Mayor, Samuel Elmore: Treasurer,
Thomas Dealey; Auditor. Olof Anderson;
City Attorney, C. H. Abercrombie; Street
Superintendent, J. P. Kearney; Surveyor,
A. S. Tee: Councllmen, First Ward.
Charles Wilson and F. J. Carney; Second
Ward, Chris Schmidt and C. J. Curtis:
Third Ward, C. A. Leinenweber and J. J.
Robinson; "mrth Ward, L. O. Belland
and P. L. Strangeland; Councllman-at-large,
H. F. Prael; Water Commissioners,
First Ward, Asmus Brix and Frank
Kankkonen; Second Ward. F. A. Fisher
and H. G. Van Dusen: Third Ward, Oust
Holmes and James W. Welch; Fourth
Ward, I. C. Anderson and Otto Peterson;
Commlssioner-at-Iarge. C. S. Wright.
FOR THE BEST COALS,
Welsh Anthracite and Australian, call
up Independent Coal A Ice Co., 353
Stark, opposite City Library. Phones,
M. 780, A 3780. .
I.VWeKeM rLL. fOW.FUMCHUleejre.lteia
VkNUFACTURERS Or THE
FtorAen vwjmen GM'ldren
MESSRS A. B. STEINBACH & CO.,
GENTLEMEN: We take pleasure in informing you that we have
appointed you our sole agents for the distribution of men's,
women's, misses and boys Holeproof Hosiery in Portland, Or.
We have taken this step, feeling that through means of your
splendid opportunities and racilities, you will be in a posi
tion to do the line full justice and we feel confident that we
shall be splendidly represented in your city.
Hoping that you will avail yourselves of all the means at
your,disposal to acquaint the residents of Portland with the
fact'that you have been appointed our authorized agents, we
remain with best wishes for your continued success,
Yours very truly,
HOLEPROOF HOSIERY COMPANY."
considered rather pesky business, and
Morgan lit out for Oregon, where he had
a married daughter, with his human
chattel. Why he brought, at that time,
a slave to this free state is a puzzle; but
Morgan, long since dead, was said to be a
drinking, eccentric man. C. Z. cuiaca
R MNIER. Or., Nov. 10. (To the Editor.)
Would you kindly advise me by what
plurality Bryan carried gA:Rms
The IrfMt African slave la Ore icon.
PORTIAXD, Nov. 10. (To the Editor.)
A case of would-be slavery in Oregon,
may. 1 thlDk. be cited still later than
those given in The Oregonian of this
date by "C. A. C."
As late as 1862 a man by the name of
Morgan, brother to the notorious rebel
raider, John Morgan, brought from Mis
souri a black boy to Linn County, where
the latter worked nearly two years for
the Morgans as a slave. He was kept
close in, doing housework much of the
time, but learning at length that he
could not be held as a slave In Oregon,
clipped away early one morning, going to
the farmhouse of James P. Hoag, father
of Harvey and Charles Hoag, near
Shedds. just south of Albany.
"Bob." for that was his name "Bob
Morgan" remained at Mr. Hoag s many
years, receiving just compensation for his
work, accumulating thereby several hun
dred dollars, which he foolishly took to
Albany, Invested in real estate at boom
prices, and lost all.
Bob. now an old man, may be still liv
ing somewhere in Oregon. The Morgan
above referred to bought Bob in Ken
tucky for 41000. just before the breaking
out of the Civil War, carrying the little
fellow behind him on the same horse all
the way from Kentucky to Missouri.
A year or so after the war com
menced, slave holding In Missouri was
CARD OF THASK5.
We wish to extend our sincere
thanks and heartfelt gratitude to the
friends who so kindly assisted In every
way possible during the recent illness
and death of our wife and mother.
D. H. CLARK AND FAMILY.
Over 120 phonographic records of Indian
eonjEB chants and incantations recently
were collected by a New Tork college pro
feseor during a vlilt to the -Winnebago
cial Today Only 37V2C
Ladies' hand embroidered
with- hand-embroidered in
itial, very fine pure linen,
worth 75c, special today.
3TV4 each. .
A suggestion for Christ-
Desks and Filing Cabinets
Inspection is the only intelligent forerunner of
satisfactory purchasing, and we are anxious to
extend to all interested the knowledge of our
, offerings of Roll-Top and Flat-Top Desks in .
the new square-edge, sanitary-base design. Y.
& E. Sectional Filing Cabinets complete line
for your inspection.
GLASS S PRUDH0MME CO.
65-77 Seventh Street
LUMBERMENS NATIONAL BANK
Corner Second and Stark Sts., Portland, Or.
JOHN A. KEATING,
GEO. L. M'PHERSON.
H. D. STORY,
F. A. FREEMAN, Assistant Cashier.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
THE CANADIAN BANK
Head Office: Toronto, Canada.
Accounts may be opened in the name of two people, payable tt
either of them or the survivor.
Interest allowed on the undisturbed monthly balance credited
Foreign Exchange bought and sold.
Drafts Issued, payable in all principal cities.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
F. C. MALPAS, Manager Portland Branch.
65c Per Roll
Fresh Eggs, dozen .35
Eastern Eggs, dozen. .25 and 30?
Creamery Butter, roll
60S 65 and 70
Full Cream Cheese, lb 17
Best Eastern Hams 16c per pound
La Grande Creamery
It insures an enjoyable, invig
orating bath; makes every pore
respond, removes dead akin.
EJTE&GIZES THE WHOLE B0DT
tarts tha circulation and leave
a, grow equal to a Turkish bath.
ALL GUCCEES AND DRUGGISTS
A 2776 Phones Main i77.
Vulcan Coal Co.
S29 Burnslde St.
All Other High-Grade House Coals.
Pianos for Rent
nd sold on casr parments.
H. aiKSBJUMKB. I'JUJtO
"Best of the Best"
A. SANTAELLA CO.,
The Hart Cigar Co.
Di.i tii but or.
For less than at wholesale. Remodel
ing a specialty. Fur coats of all kinds
made to order.
209 Madison. - - - Tel. Malm 1T
S12.0S Full Set
ZtoMb, M M.
Orawna and Brfd
Xrom 405, Oekum.
Opao ttnmXamM XUI 1.
Schwab Printing Co.
best irortr. XEjsoitjitit n;cn
J7', STA.R.K STREET