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THE MORNING OREGOXIAN, FRIDAY, XOVE3IBER 13, 1908.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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BUNGALOW THEATHR (Twelfth and
Morrlannj Bakfr Stock Companjr la I
"tar Farm." Tonlsht at 813.
BAKER THEATER (Tnlrd. near Tun-
hlil "Juat Out or Colleaa." Tonujht at
ORPHEVV THEATER CM orrtaon. -
lirwi Slith and SeT.nth) Advance .
Taudllla. Tola afternoon at 2:ii and to
night at 8:15.
PANTAGES THEATBR (Fourth ana
siark) Contlnuoua TaudeTllla, 1:30. 1.40
and 9:30 P. It. ,
GRAND THEATER CWaenlnirton. Between
Beventh and Park) Vaudeville da luxe.
2:30. 7 .30 and 9 P. M.
TAR THEATER (Waehlrirton and I'ark;
Tha mttoarama. "iiruwn'e In Town.
Tonlaht at 8:15.
LTRIC THEATER Seenth and Alder)
Rlunkall ttwli Company In L.lufc. Ala
bama." Kviry main at 8:16; matin-ee
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2:1S.
Mat tier Water. It is possible that the
Mount -ott people may (tet Bull Run
water before U'e shortage comes n-xt
euinmer. Dr. C. II. R.ifcty. a meinlr
of th Water Board, said yesterday that
the Board Is icolting ; meters which
alll be inilall'il at our.- where there la
arrrat wastaire. and these meters he thinks
will save eniuh to permit Mount Soott
people artttnir water tiirotiKli a 24-lnoh
liiHin laid from reservoir No. 1 to the
Ko.ster road and there conneeled with the.
TKHlmere company main. He says that
tht layitij; of Ihis main would have to
be paid for by the whole district, and the
o?t would be atoul fcS.f" A smaller
p:p could be put down, but it would
only he temporary and would soon have
to be taken up. lr. KnnVty eugKstb that
the people, by petition, ask for u 24
lnch main for one mtl froii the Mount
Tabor reservoir. This would furnish an
ample supply and latr this main could
be extended through th-"1 distritt to what
ever point riiiivd. and the extension
paid for. Pr. KaJTety advises that the
charter pr'Wision for laying mains he
followed closely, the matter coming up
through a petition. The cost distributed
through the whole territory benefitted
would be small to the individual. There
are about 2.' families paying rent to
the Voodmero company.
OrpoaE St a bi.f: Keatirk. Strong op
position has develop -d to the locating of
a stable in the Kast Side water offlce.
which will le erected on Bast Alder and
Kaat Seventh streets. In the rear of the
new Ciddfellows" building. The barn will
be near the main entrance lo the odd
fellows building, where many will be
parsing fn and out daily. N. P. Tomlin
son, member of the building committee of
Orient LrfKige. which is building the hall
Katd yesterday that tlte decision of the
"Water Committee to place a stable in the
water ofllce. Just back of the new Oddfellows-
building la a very great mis
take. He declares that no stable can
be made odorless and It l sure lo be
more or less off"nslve. After general In
quiry among people and business men In
the neighborhood and out of the neigh
borhood he say he found no one who
approve the plan, but on the contrary
tne public generally opposes the barn in
the location proposed. However, Dr. C
H. Raffety. member of the Water L'om
mittee. said yesterday tliac II was neces
sary to have a barn for emergency pur
poses, but should it prove offensive it
would be removed.
Now That ni Euxrinx Is Ovkr It Is
a good time to take a rest and prepare
for the rush of prosperity. Take a trip
to olllna 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. O-nie and see the new sprirg
being develop-d by the 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 staga ride over the mountains
to reach CVllms Hot Springs. Take Pen
dleton local O. R. A X. train, either line
of steamboats. White foliar line or O. R.
T. Company's line. Last but not least
the magnificent North Hank road, which
lands you within 6oO feet of the hotel;
ood sidewalk to the houae.
Carpictbr Ha Bad Faij Bd Cald
well, a carpenter employed on the new
dock at St. John, fell from the upp.r deck
of that structure, yesterday morning and
sustained painful Injuries. Caldwell was
carrying a quantity of tackle and was
crossing from one girder to another on a
Sx Inch plank. The plank gave away and
Caldwell fell a distance of about :to feet.
Jle was picked up In an unconscious con
dition and taken to the home of H. B.
Bond where medical assistance was sum
moned. He was unconslous for several
hours but no bones were broken. Cald
well Is about years of age and un
married. He has a brother In Oregon
Srr-AK at Whitb Salmom. Tom Rlrh-aril.-on.
manager of the commercial Club,
and rl. M. Adams, general freight and
passenger agent for the Spokane, Port
land at Seattle Railway, will go to White
Salmon. Wash., tomorrow morning, where
ttiey will address a boosters' meeting. The
people of Klickitat County are thorough
ly anuised to the need of puhllclty for
thiir section and tbey arranKed with the
two sp.'akerj some time ag" to address
their cit xens on the top'e of community
advertising. Much g.vl Is exn-ct.-d lo
r.sult from the trip. The two will return
to I'ortlantl tomorrow night.
8ia 3h Was PtBTID.-Mn. & D.
taxlge. a guest at the Grand Central
Hotel, communicated to the police yester
day morning a belief that she had been
left In the lurch by her husband. 8he
aid he left their apartment on Wednes
day afternoon saying he would be back
shortly. He failed to return. And when
she went to the bank, yesterday morning,
she found that I-odne had been there
ahead of her to draw out every dime of
their savings. She asked the police to
look for him.
Webster IV ill. Not Resion. Rumors
to the efTect that he la contemplating
resigning and "becoming a member of a
leading law firm In this city are denied
by "ounty Judge IJonel R. Webster.
However, such action was seriously con
sidered several months aco, he says. "I
d.d for a time contemplate resigning In
order to devote my time to the work of
aiding the good roads movement." he
-aid. '"but at the xrosnt time I do not
contemplate such action."
Kvirt Pat. from now until January
1. our factory will sell furniture and
mattresses at manufacturers' cost. No
better g.ods made. Peters A Roberta
Furniture Co.. factory e North Front,
corner of Iavs.
Arlxtta Mothers to Mkrt. The Moth
ers and Teacher' Club of Arleta will
reeet. at the Arleta school today, at !:30
I'. M. Mrs. Punbar will give her report
of the convention held at l.a Grande.
Tempi." BrrH Israki. SCRrtCKa. Rabbi
Jonah F- Wise will speak on 'The
rh-rtsees ' at Temple Beth Israel to
niffnt. The service commence at S
o'clock. Strangers are welcome.
Like FtvptNO a Hoxr Fine ten-room
house, furnace heat, splendid furniture;
close In. West Side; ever room rented,
and the price only : easy terms. Room
ilT Oregonlan building.
Thi A. X. Wriout store, IM Morrison
street, will be open Friday evening as
well as Saturday, so that all may take
advantage if our closing-out sale, this
being the last week.
M. Sich tx. exclusive haberdasher. a(
Z" Washiraton-slreet. Irrr.lAl. Hotfi,
bulidtns. Has no branch store.
For Rnt. A few nice fflces In Tha
Oregonlan building. Sea Superintendent,
Rett Gnrvs. mutual heater, has re
turned. Phone Sl!ocd
EjlT P-.-R1TANA. Aak (rooer.
High Shcool Programme. Thi after
noon at o'clock. In room 6 in the East
Side High School building, the Eukrineon
Society will render the following pro
gramme: "Life of WUllam H. Taft."
Harry Abbott; address. "Social Path
ology," Rev. H. C. Shaffer; vocal solo.
Kurt Robinson: debate. "Resolved. That
the United Statea should adopt the Re
publican platform of principles regard
ing bank regulation," affirmative. J. L.
Boxorth and Marshall Sisbet: negative,
Henry Bauer and Carl Mack; "A Vision:
Adventures of the Euk." Krdward Garcia.
Every one Is invited to attend the meet
ings of the society. Arrangements are
being made to give a minstrel perform
ance In the near future to. aid in securing
uniforms for the football team.
Mission at Robart Ohcrch. Rev.
Father C. B. Murray, O. P.. of Washing
ton. D. C, and Rev. Father J. S. Moran.
O. P.. of New York, will open a mission
in the Holy Rosary Church, corner East
Third and Clackamas streets next Sun
tlav. beginning at W:JS A. M. and ending
Sundav, November 22, at 7:30 P. M. Sun
day masses will be at . 7, 8:30 and 10:30
A. M.. and the evening services will be
at 7:30 o'clock. The mission masses during
the week will bo at S and $ A. M.. and
tite children's mission will be at 7 A. M.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and
also at 3: P. M. Tuesday.
Rate War. Steamer Northland sails
direct for San Francisco. Sat., at 4 P. M.
Cabin J10. steerage K. berth and meals in
cluded. Frank Bollam. agt.. IIS Third.
For Friday and Saturday only, new
Milchner herring 1 per keg. U Mayer &
Co.. the grocers. 14S Third street.
JIEMI5E15S TO LEAVE TONIGHT
FOK SOLT1IF.KX OIUCGOX.
AI Katlrr Temple Completes Ar
rangements for Organization of
Ilody At Ashland.
The members of Al Kader Tetnnle have
obtained a special train of Pullman cars,
including a diner and a baggage-car for
their pilgrimage to Ashland, rate J13.75
round trip and a corresponding rate from
all way po'n""- Tn" train "',n P"11 out
from the Union Depot Just an hour and
t, t r nor!.. u-ht or. to be morf ac
curate. 1:30 o'clock, early Saturday morn
ing, arriving at Ashland at i r. m.
All Shriners intending to go will find
the train all made up from and after
9:30 o'clock this evening, when they can
retire for a peaceful night's sleep, and
we are reliably Informed that this Is prob
ably the only peaceful time the devotees
of Islam can count on between now and
their return home.
Tills pilgrimage Is somewhat different
from similar events of this character, and
Shriners may be accompanied by mem
bers of their families. The only require
ments are a round-trip ticket, a fex. a
full-dress suit for those who conveniently
can lake on- along, and such other custo
mary Items as minister to one's sustenance
and comfort. At Ashland proper it is ex
pected the City Marshal will be locked
up and the whole town and the Inhabi
tants thereof be turned over to Al Kader
Temple. This alone, it is claimed, is a
chance of a lifetime.
The organization of Hlllali-not Hildah
Is expected to take place on Saturday
evening No official announcement has
been made as to how many hours this
would require. At any ratr. the train
will leave In time to enable each return
ing Shriner to be at his desk or place
of business on Monday morning, and as
sound a any Shriner after a long pil
grimage. YALE ALUMNI GIVE DINNER
Fnlcrlaln Dr. A. P. .Stokes at the
Dr. Anson Phelps Stokes, secretary
of Yale, who Is traveling to the Coast
and will attend the annual educational
conference to be held at Walla Walla,
Wash., was the guest last night of the
University Club at the regular monthly
dinner given by the Portland graduates
of Yale. During the evening Yale
songs, both old and new. were sung.
Dr Stokes delHered an Interesting ad
dress that was thoroughly enjoyed by
those present. Dr. Slokes Is accom
panied, bv his wife and while In the
Nortl.w-est they will visit Seattle and
Those" at the dinner were: Anson
Phelps Stokes. B. B. Beekman, W. L.
Brewster. J. P. Carson, R. I Donald,
i: J. Falling. P Lm Ollsan. R- W. Gra
ham. T. G. Green. A. A. Hampson. M. H.
Partwell. H. H. Heidman. Jr.. J. A.
Hill. H. W. Hogue. K. Jenkins. W. A.
Johnson. S. G. Jewett, A. G. Iabbe. R.
W Merscreau. -C. U Nlcholls. K- J.
O'Neill. T. H. Sherrard. H. O. Piatt, R.
T Piatt, A. W. Smith. F. W. Strong, C.
S. Townsend. H. S. Wells, R. B. Wilcox.
N K. Ayer. G. A. Warren. M. Davies. R.
Wollmer. K. U Mersereau. H. B. Angus,
S R. Strong. J. W. Hill. J. C. Flanders,
F D. Chamberlain. H. R- Wakeman. Van
W. Anderson. A. A. Wright. A. W.
Thacher. C. Wernh ke. H. S. Nlcholls.
I.vdell Baker. J. K. Hedges. H. R.
Kbriuht. II. C. Jefferus. F. V. Galloway,
IS. A. Fenton, A. H. Cederburgh. S. F.
TEACHER DIES IN SOUTH
Miss Amelia Elilera Passes Away at
Miss Amelia Khlera. for many years a
teacher in. the Portland public schools,
died at the home of relatives In Sacra
mento last Friday.
Miss FJilers lived In Portland during the
greater portion of her life, and her service
in the schools, where she was a most
efficient teacher, extended over 18 years.
She taught In the Central school, which is
now known as the Hawthorne, and In
the Portsmouth and Couch schools also,
remaining at the latter one 11 years.
Miss Bhlers Is survived here by a sister.
Mrs. A. A. Bailey.
Inspects United Railways.
T I Greenough. president of the United
Railways, has left for California to
be gone about a week. Since his ar
rival from Missoula. Mont., a few days
ago. Mr. Greenough has looked over the
constructed lines and the routes of the
company. Grading, he earn, nas oeen
practically completed, and a great deal
of the bridge work done along the ltne
to the east portal of the tunnel at Cor
nelius Gap. is miles from Portland. This
tunnel will be about 3S0O feet long. Work
has already been started on the ap
Concert Tonight for Seamen.
Arrangements for the- concert this even
ing at the Portland Seamen's Friend So
ciety, corner of Third and Flanders
streets, are In charge of a committee of
young people of the White Temple. The
'm . i i o-r-mmara H Wl aITniypH -
IOUO JI1K Ir" -'B aw... e- - -
Song. W. T. Baktr: reading-. Lydia
Filler. lOlO. -VlffJ wot, vi hi , r-cnuiiiic,
r -i. -d , , .i, 1 1 rnmct unlet. Mr. flrant-
T!ie concert commences at 8 o'clock, and
alt rnenoi 01 m.Muuic ..- .i..i-u.
O'ympTa Br. -It a tha water.- Braw
rr own bottling. Pboneu Main 7i,
Plant Slbson roaea. Fnona Sallwood 959.
ISSUE PARK BONDS
Steps Are Taken to Dispose
of $500,000 Worth.
COUNCIL MAY ACT MONDAY
Mayor Favors Publicity In Purchase
- of Property, Condemning Land
Where It Is Held at Exor
The City Council will probably pass an
ordinance at its adjourned session next
Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, authoriz
ing the sale of $500,000 worth of the bonds
voted by the people for the purchase of
parks and the extension and Improvement
of a boulevard system. At a joint meet
ing of the Council committee on parks
and public property and the Park Board,
yesterday afternoon, this was agreed
upon, and It was also decided that the
Council and the Board must act in har
mony In selecting and purchasing prop
erty with the money soon to be available.
This is tlie first Important step toward
realizing the funds with which to take
over ground throughout the city for parks
Tiie people voted tl.000.f10 worth of
bonds for the purcliase of land for parks
and boulevards, and the amendment lo
the charter provides that hut half of this
amount can be used In one year. It will
be the object of tlie Park Board and
Council, therefore, to push the work of
issuing the first J.;A.ooO of the bonds as
rapidly an possible, in order to realize
on them for immediate work, and so as
to he able to sell the other half of the
bonds during lfy. If the first half Is
not Issued this year, the other cannot
be issued until 191", and the Park Board
is anxious to carry out its plans without
Board to Secure Options.
The committee and Board met st the
City Hall at 1 P. M., Councilman Driscoll
presiding as chairman of tlie committee
on parks and puhlic property. All the
members of the rark Board were present,
as were the members of the committee.
City Attorney Kavanaugh and Park
keeper Mische. Mr. Kavanaugh outlined
the law to the members and suggested
that it would be well for the Council to
pass an ordinance, giving the Park Board
the right to take options on property and
then to recommend lis purchase to the
council. The members of tlie Board them
selves, or some public-spirited man. will
probably have charge of securing options,
as It Is believed this would prove better
than to employ an Bgent for the purpose.
There are various opinions as to the
hes-t means of securing options, btit
Mayor Thane's idea will probably be fol
lowed by the Park Board, of which he
is chairman. It is his belief that the best
results for the city can be obtained by
giving the widest publicity to the trans
actions. He is of the opinion that there
will be many people who will gladly dis
pose of their property to the city for
park purposes, who would hesitate to sell
to others for speculation. The Mayor was
not at the meeting, as he was ohliged to
accompany a committee of the Executive
Board on a trip of inspection on the Kast
Twenty-eighth-street bridge. Later, he
Mayor Wants Open Deals.
"I believe we can secure the, best re
sults for the city by making public our
desires for property and handling the en-
tiro matter as punnciy as pu-jsioio. i .10
not favor employing any agent. I think
.i- i .. .II h orlftH to sell nronertv
to the city for parks and boulevards at
better prices man to any private cuiiwn
or corporation. If there Is any property
we want that is held at an exorbitant
figure, the Council can condemn it, and 1
favor following iris poncy.
One very important feature in connec
tion with the parks and boulevards Is a
section in the amendment, which
gives the City Council the right to as
sess to benefited property a portion of tlie
cont for the improvement, and It is gen-
ii UKmuH that thin will he done to
a large extent. It will enable the city
to secure much more ground with the mil
lion dollars to be used man omerwise.
Tk. i ' .. l- YlnarA 1 1 c c otTers of m SI n V
pieces of property for parks and boule
vards In all sections 01 me cuy. u hm
not as yet been determined In which
iAuiitir tha nrmt nronertv will be pur
chased, but It is regarded as quite likely
that it wtll De tue large nan on jwuuih
Tabor, and some other ground on the
WILL HOT HUME PHILLIPS
EXECUTIVE BOARD TO GO OVER
Fire Committee Postpones Appoint
ment of Master Mechanic and
Considers Englne-Honse Site.
Mayor Lane and the members of the)
fire committee of the city fcdtecuuve
Board, at a meeting yesterday afternoon,
declined to recommend to the Board the
appointment of Walter J. Phillips as mas
ter mechanic In the Fire Department, as
certitied by Chief Campbell. The latter
was present and fully explained his posi
tion, saying that he chose Mr. Phillips
solely because of his high qualifications
for the place. The committee was iur
nished with a list of four other eliglbles,
and again postponed the matter. This is
the third slap at Chief Campbell on this
one incident within the past montn.
A protest of citizens against the build
tr.w at a fire station-house at Twenty-sec
ond and Thompson streets was received
and briefly considered. Property has
been purchased for the house, and It Is
doubtful whether the committee will pay
any heed to the complaint, although It
was decided to Investigate. John Montag
declared that, so far as he Is concernea
he will favor the Immediate construction
of the house on the lots now owned by
the city, as he said that it Is useless to
try to please every one in placing ineiw
The committee decided to try an ex
periment In purchasing feed for the de
partment, insieaa ot ouying iur uie uum-ir-
as heretofore, they voted to adver
tlse for nine months' supply. It is be
lieved some saving can tnus oe eneciea.
At the suggestion of P. B. Sullivan, City
Electrician Bavarian will in future try
two or three fire-alarm boxes simultane
ously when connecting up new boxes, to
see If there is any -interference" in the
system. This has never been done, and
the experiment will be made as the re
.u of recent tests of Star and Gamewell
boxes at the City Hall, in which Mayor
Lane and members of the committee par
ticipated. At that time the bqxes were
..niierf simultaneously, and "interfered. "
The committee Instructed Deputy Au
ditor Weldler. clerk of the committee, to
write to various cities for specifications
Sues to Recover on Bond.
Sheriff George G. Hancock, of Wash
ington County, has filed suit In the
Multnomah County Circuit Court to re
cover J28S2.70, alleged to be due on a
redelivery bond Riven in the case of
Rachel L Hawthorne against W. B.
Cate. The bondsmen and defendants in
the present suit are Gustave Frlewald
and J. A. Imbrie. The bond for 37-)0
was given to John W. Connell.
Hancock's predecessor in office. Mrs.
Hawthorne brought the suit against
Cate last year demanding possession
of certain property, which was gar
nlsbeed by the Bheriff. In order to
remain in possession. Cate secured
... j i j . imKpla who arave bond
r i ir . biu nu i ..... . - . '
for him. to guarantee the Sherlfi
against loss should the suit go against
Cate. Judgment for $1500 In favor, of
Mrs. Hawthorne was given in Marcn
last. It is alleged that only I539.S0
has been paid on tne oona.
POLICE INVADE OFFICES
Twenty-four Physicians and Den
tists Are Arrested.
Twenty-four arrests were made by the
police veaterday of physicians and den
tists who have failed to pay their annual
occupation tax. Patrolmen in the down
town district were given bunches of war
rants to serve in the prominent Dusmess
blocks. Much difficulty was experienced
in finding doctors in their offices, although
dentists were easily located.
In a majority of the cases S10 bail was
redulred to insure the appearance of the
offenders in the Municipal Court. Where a
doctor or d' nttst did not have the money,
however, h? was permitted to go on his
own recognizance. The first one arrestee
was N. R. Cox. a dentist who was es
corted to the Police Station shortly after
8 A. M. Those arrested during tne aay
were: Marie Kqui. C. R. Tmplton. W.
B. Knapp. I. F. Mason. H. R. Alrien, J.
C. Tamtesie. C. A. Moreland. C A.
Proudfoot. M. Holbrook. W. G. Woodruff,
W. F. Amos. Fred Jones, George Mar
shall. F. Gillette. R. F. Swain. L. M.
Davis. W. F. Iewls. F. W. Hohn, Jessie
McGavin, F. O. Skiff. J. G. Swenson. D.
1. Wadsworth, J. S. Scott and j. K. uox.
THEFT AT POLICE STATION
Persistent Disappearance of Light
Bulbs Pnzzles Jailer.
Theft of electric liulit bulbs from the
locker room at the Police Station is be
ne marie a daily occurrence and thus far
the police haven't been able to locate
the culm-it. From on" to three bulbs
disappear every day. For a week past
the desk bulb in the old detective quarters
has been taken nightly.
There are two theories one that - a
trusty Is making away .with the bulbs
and selling them, another that some mem
ber of the department is carrying them
home for use. This last theory seems the
most plausable. inasmuch as the bulbs dis
appear over night, usually, ana an tne
trusties are locked up by night. In order
to prevent further theft. Jailer Branch
failed to put in one yesterday lo replace
the bulb that had been stolen during tlie
SIXTH-STREET LOT SOLD
Property Between Everett and Flan
ders Brings $27,500.
Goldsmith & Co. closed a deal yester
day, for a lot on the east sld of Sixth
street, between Everett and Flanders
streets. oOxKiO feet, for J27,500. There is
at present an old building on the site
which tlie new owner intends to replace
with a four-story hotel building. The
name of the purchaser is withheld for
the time being, as he has another deal
on in tlie same vicinity.
Property along the streets leading down
to the northward from Washington is at
present very much In favor, and dealers
In real estate say that ithe market was
never in better shape than it is at present.
Several deals for poorly Improved lots
In that part of town are pending, and the
next few days undoubtedly will see some'
of these brought to a close.
DECISION CAUSES JOY.
The determination of the wholesale
clothing house to quit business and
sell the rest of the stock at cost of
cloth Is causing great joy all over
town. Five dollars buys all-wool
and worsted suits worth 115; IS. 50
buys through and through worsted
suits worth J20: J10 buys pure wool.
Oregon cloth suits worth $-5. Sale at
northwest cornier Front and Oak sts.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
r. tt . n .1 . - nnl V tl Kfl ItOrt.
SptCl.l itjuj , , .
sherry, angelica, tokay or muscatel
Wine. 70C per gallon; wmaary
per gallon; it California brandy, $2.75
per gallon. Free delivery. National
Wine Co.. Fifth and Stark streets.
A 4499, Main 6499 ' '
Come to Le Palais Royal Friday for
a tailor-made suit at $12.60. worth
$2:i.00. Come early It will pay you.
I.K PALAIS ROYAL.
375 Washington Street
FOR THE BEST COALS,
Welsh Anthracite and Australians, call
up Independent Coal & Ice Co.. 353
Stark, opposite City Library.' Phones.
M. 780, A 3790.
WHERE TO DINE.
All tne iiliv.. .
Portland Restaurant: fine : rlvate apart
ments lor laaien, "
Desirable Business Location.
Corner store, two upper floors, brick
building. 50x100. Sixth and Oak; will
be leased together or separately and
alterations made to BUit tenant. A.
H. Birrell. 202 McKay building.
Why throw-away money
and comfort in buying
poor tea ?
Your trocar retanu roar noser if raw ion't
like Sckllliai's Best: we par aim.
chwab Printing Co.
HEST iron. Kt JSOXAtLK TXlCts
J 7 STARK STREET
Pianos for Rent
and sold on easr payments.
No Students Ho Gas Mo Cocaine
We Set the Pace Specialists in
and those afflicted with heart
weakness can have their teeth
extracted and filled without any
pain or bad results.
Best plain rubber plate.. 8.00
Bridge work $5.00
22-k gold $5.00
Silver filling 50 OP
CLKAJHO TEETH FREE.
fonsultntion and estimates free.
Open evenings until 7. Lady in
Union Painless Dentists
Suite 1, 2. 3 and 4,
221jj4 Morrison, Corner First.
Phone A 2132.
The Big German Paper H -
SAMPLE COPIES FREE
A. E. Kern & Co., Publisher
2nd and Salmon Sts., Portland, Ore.
A 27T6 Pnones Main 2776.
Vulcan Coal Co.
S3Si Burnslde St.
All Other High-Grade House Coals.
llt.OO Foil 6e
Crown, and Brldsv
Circa Jfcveaina X1U 1.
If you want to spend $18,
$20, $25 or $30 for a Suit,
Overcoat or Gravenette,
you had better spend it here;
it will buy you more quality
than you'll vfind anywhere
; else for the money. We
make a special point of value
at those prices. Overcoats in
all the newest models, single
or double breasted. Suits in
all the new colors, patterns
See our mammoth "Holeproof Hosiery" display
for Men, Women and Children in Morrison-Street
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING
THIRD AND STARK STREETS
A general banking business transacted.
Letters of Credit issued for travelers
and importation of merchandise.
Interest paid on Savings and Time De
posits. Rates on application.
JAMES T. BURTCHAEUL
Friday and Saturday Fish Specials
Fresh Finnan Haddie, per lb 20
Fresh Kippered Herring, per dozen. . VoiVS
New Deep Sea Codfish Middles, per lb..... ofi
Fancy Columbia River Salmon Tips, per lb
. Thanksgiving Dainties
Fancy Apples, per box ?12o2
California Fancy Walnuts, per lb
No. 1 Almonds, per lb
Citron, per lb jgj
Orange and Lemon Peel, per lb
2 packages Cleaned Currants for
3 packages Seeded Kaisins for
Home-Made Mincemeat, per lb W
Heinz Mince Meat, per crock ?A.W
D. C. BURINS COMPANY
208-210 Third Street, Between Taylor and Salmon.
rpj3 PORTLAND rRFGON
.V Dra COIIltJUJMIrtliiJg a.
i. : ,.
sale way oi carrying uiuucj
This bank issues Travelers'
i which are payable in any
are perfectly safe and convenient. iv.ic.Su
iries are also issued for any amount.
SAN FRANCISCO & PORTLAND STEAMSHIP CO.
UPPER DECK 9 IS SECOND-CLASS $5
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
SAILS FROM AINS WORTH DOCK, 4 P. M., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13.
j W. RANSOM, Dock Agent, Ainsworth Dock. Phone Main 268.
M J. EOCHE, 0. T. A 142 Third St. Phones Main 402, A 140.
WILLIAM A. MACRAE
.krnail the matter of a convenient
fr. ti-o-rolitio- pvnenses is rmDortant.
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Cheques and Letters of Credit,
commercial ceiiier m in