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HEIL.IO THEATER fKourteenth and
Waahlntrton E. H. Sothern in the ro
mantic drama. "Richelieu." " Tonight at
SCXGALOW THEATER rTwelfth an MT-
rion) Hakcr stock Company In "Tha
Jap." Tonight at 8:15.
BAKER THEATER (Third, near TamhlU
"The Burgomaster." Tonight at 8.15
ORPHEUM THEATER (Morrison, betwee
Elxth and Seventh) Advanced vaudevUl.
Matinee at 2:18: tonight at 8:15.
GRAND THEATER (Washington, betweea
Seventh and Park) Vaudeville de luxe.
J:. 7:SO and 9 P. M.
PANTAGES THEATER CFourth and Stark)
Contlnuoua vaudeville, 2:30. 1:30 and :30
BTAR THEATER Wa0hlngton and Park
Vaudeville. IIUO. 3:0, 7:o0, 8:o0 and 8:30
,P.OSE FETrVAX June 7-1J. 0.
Association Meets. The Evangelical
Ccmpraeetlng Association, which has
charge of the campmeetlng and conven
tion grounds at Jennings Lodge, will
bold a meeting today In the First Ger
man Evangelical Association, to decide
on details of buildings to be erected and
to determine the location for the build
ings. A tabernacle that will seat 1000
people will be built as Boon as the con
tract can be let and work started. It
will be modeled somewhat after the
tabernacle at the Gladstone Chautauqua
grounds. The object Is to provide a
building for campmeetings and conven
tions of the Oregon conference of the
Evangelical Association, together with
the. United Evangelical Conference,
which will hold Its annual conventions In
connection with the association on these
grounds. On the grounds also a hotel
building will be built. Tills year the
gatherings to be held on these grounds
are the Sunday school. Young People's
Alliance and Keystone League, Minis
terial Association conventions and the
annual campmeetings. The two con
ferences will Join together in these con
ventions as was done last year. There
ere five acres In the tract, a consider
able portion of which has been leased In
lots for 99 years, the llnal object being
to make the grounds the Chautauqua
for the two evangelical conferences.
Thkrb Mat Bb Heavy KXTitxa. Con
tractors Paquet, Geibis'h & Joplin are
completing the Brooklyn sewer system.
Work is going on at the end of the south
branch on East Sixteenth street, which
Is the last branch to be linished. It will
be complated to Holgate street. Also
there is a section to b? completed In
the main conduit from the mouth of the
tunnel at East Tenth ai:d East Eleventh
streets1, where the conduit was left open
pome time ago. Work was started In
September, WH. The main conduit is ten
f(-et In diameter through the 1700-foot
tunnel and out to East Sixteenth street.
So largo is the main conduit that two
horses can be driven through It. teams
being used In clearing the bore of debris
and mud. The contract price for the
entire sewer system was $12,000. but It
Is announced that an extra charge, of
JTO.eOO will be made for "extras." There
lias been close inspection of all portions
of the sewer construction, and especially
was this close through the big tunnel,
and the Impression prevails In the dis
trict that a good Job has been done.
Socialists Catch Runaway. Two
borses hitched to a wagon that was load
ing lumber In the store-yard of Foster &
Kl-'lair. 30K-10 Everett street, yesterday
afternoon, became perturbed at a flutter
ing bit of loope signboard and decided
that the quickest, way to allay their
agitation was to run far and fast. They
spllntered the gate of the store-yard,
dashed up Everott and skidded around
the corner of Sixth street, fatally In
juring or 300 oranges and turnips In
front of the Rathbun grocery store. All
this being within a half blork of Social
ists' headquarters, the team was pounced
upon and quieted by a number of men
who one day Intend to save the country.
W. C. T. IT. to Sell, Badges. The
Women's Christian Temperance ITnlon of
Portland and elsewhere Is providing, as
souvenirs of Lincoln's 100th birthday,
badges of white ribbon bearing the cele
brated Brady portrait, and appropriate
printed matter. These badges will be
sold In various places over the city, on
the morning of February 12. and may
also be purchased at the state head
quarters of the union, located at Fifth
and Yamhill streets. The money accruing
from these sales will be used In the
various philanthropic channels of the
G. A. R. to Celebrate. A celebration
of the 100th anniversary of the birth of
Abraham Lincoln will be held by A. J.
Smith Post, No. 26, G. A. R. and Black
man Circle. No. 0, Ladies of the G. A.
R.. assisted by the Sellwood Board of
Trade, at Union hall, corner East Thlr-
teenth street and Tenlno avenue, bell
wood, on the evening of February 12, be
ginning at S o'clock sharp. A good pro
gramme has been arranged. Everybody
Celebrato.v Friday Afternoox. The
celebration In honor of the centenary of
Lincoln s birth, will be held Friday after
noon In the Armory instead of Friday
night as erroneously announced. A ban
quet Is to bo given Friday night In the
Portland Commercial Club. Among the
speakers at the Armory will be Mayor
J-ane and Wallace McCamant. "The Star
Spangled Banner" will be sung by Mrs.
Rose Bloch Bauer.
Veto for Emeroenct Act. Mayor
Lane yesterday morning vetoed the ordi
nance which provided that a majority of
the members of the Council could de
clare an ordinance passed under the
emergency act. the message setting forth
that, in the opinion of the Mayor. It
would cut off the rights of the people
In applying the referendum.
Rosb Association Meets. The Penin
sula Rose Association will hold a mass
meeting ft citizens Interested In rose
culture in the firehouse on Albina and
Kllllngsworth avenues tonight. Plans
for the coming Rose Festival will be
adopted and committees will be appointed
to carry them out. A band has been en
gaged for this meeting. .
Savb the Discount. Send check or pay
at office on or before the 10th to save
the discount "on February bills for the
Automatic Telephone. Home phone your
long-distance calls to Tacoma. Seattle and
way points. Home Telephone Company,
corner of Park and Burnside streets.
Snap In residence, property. We have
a new ten-room dwelling, cement " base
ment, steam heating plant and all mod
ern conveniences. Corner East Seventh
and Hassalo. Must be sold this week.
Price jaSO. part cash. McCargar, Bates
& Lively, 315 Falling building.
Portixd Academy Pupils. Please take
notice that In order to relieve the con
gestion in their retail department, the J. K.
Gill Co. will for a few days supply Port
land Academy pupils with books on their
second floor. Pleas take the elevator.
WB Have buyers for -East Side resi
dence property, particularly Holladay and
Irvington additions; also, business and
warehouse property. McCargar, Bates. &
Lively. 315 Failing building.
Thb Or:whxian Buildino has a few
choice offices for rent. Will arrange
rooms to suit permanent tenants. Pros
pective tenants are referred to room 201
for Inspection of offices.
High School Pi-pilb. Please take
notice that In order to relieve the conges
tion at their store, the J. K. Gill Co. will
supply high school books for a few days
at the Medical building. Park and Alder
J. F. Cosiptom has returned to the
same office he occupied before the Are
la tijo Abington building.
Quick Risb nt Values Shown. W. C. i
Holman, O. M. Rankin and Dr. A. S.
Nichols yeserday closed a sale of
quarter block,' at the northeast corner of
Fifteenth and Qulmby streets, the pur
chaser being Dr. Andrew C. Smith. The
consideration Is $i.00. The three former
owners of the 100x100 bought the half
block at the location given on June Iti
last, paying therefor J22.000. or fM less
than the price received for one-half the
pieco bought. This remarkable advance
In realty in that district of the city is
the result of the rapid removal of whole
sale business Into that part of the city
and the acquisition of additional ter
minals, new docks also contributing to
the increase In valuations. Mr. Holinan
said last night that the owners of the
remaining quarter block had under con
sideration the building of a warehouse as
soon as a suitable tenant could be
- Excavation Begun. Archie Mason, the
contractor who is to make the excava
tion for the Olds, Wortman & King
building, began work yesterday on the
Pennoyer block. Some 15 teams were put
to work on the contract, with enough
men to keep them moving. The ground
is first to be leveled off to the sidewalk
line and then the excavation proper will
be undertaken. This plan was decided
upon to overcome a heavy grade that
would have been encountered on account
of the ground being several feet above
the street grade. Much interest was
manifested in the beginning of this im
portant building operation, especially by
owners of property In the vicinity. Per
mit was taken out for the excavation
several weeks ago, but on account of
unfavorable weather since that time the
beginning was delayed until now.
Lincoln Centenakt Stamps Dub. In
formation has been received at the Post
office that the new Lincoln anniversary
stamps, printed to commemorate Lincoln's
centenary have been completed and dis
tributed. The consignment sent to Port
land was mailed on February 4. and
Postmaster Mlnto expects them to arrive
here not later than today or tomorrow.
Tbey will be placed on sale February 12,
In honor of the great emancipator's natal
day. and it Is expected there will be a
large demand for them. The stamp is
one of the handsomest designs executed
by the Government, and marks one of
Its most Important historical events. In
quiry has been general as to when the
stamps could be procured at the Post
office, and more than usual Interest has
been evinced by stamp collectors as to
this new Issue.
Pilgrimage to Harxet County. A
pilgrimage of fne Portland Commercial
Club members to Burns. Harney County,
some time during the coming Spring Is
likely to be undertaken. A delegation
from Bums will meet with the members
of the club today at 1:15 P. M., In the
green parlor. Messrs William D. Hanley,
J. W. Gowan and G. A. Smith, all prom
inent business men of Burns, will reach
the city today as a special delegation to
make the preliminary arrangements with
the Commercial Club for this excursion.
It Is desired by the club managers that
Portland business men generally meet
this delegation and come into closer com
mercial relations with them.
Women's Missionary Society to Meet.
At a meeting of members of the Port
land District Women's Foreign Mission
ary Society of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, to be held this morning at 10
o'clock. In Grace Methodist Church, offi
cers will be elected and reports from
auxiliaries will be presented. At the
afternoon session at 2 o'clock the branch
"day of prayer" will be observed with
a programme, of short tajks on subjects
pertaining to missionary work. Among
the speakers will be Mrs. Benjamin
Young and Mrs. T. W. Hamilton. Spe
cial music will be rendered by Harold
Coffin. Misses Tibbetts, and Ellen and
Mrs. T. W. McDougal.
Bailiff Mat Get Pay If the City
Council adopts the report and acts
favorably upon the recommendation of
the committee on Judiciary, James Mac
Donald will receive $1000 for his services
to the city as bailiff of the Municipal
Court for about 13 months two years ago.
He was appointed to the position by the
Council, and Mayor Lane questioned the
procedure. The Mayor won the case In
court; but MacDonald performed fully
and faithfully the work assigned him,
while awaiting the decision of the Su
preme Court. When the case was de
cided against him. he -quit, but he had
secured no pay for his services.
Delegates to Tariff Convention.
That the Chamber of Commerce should
send delegates to the National Tariff
Commission Convention, to be held in In
dianapolis, Ind.. February 16, 17 and 18,
Is urged by that organization in a letter
to Secretary Edmond C. Giltner. of the
Chamber of Commerce. It is pointed out
that tariff reform Is likely at the present
session of Congress and as wide a rep
resentation as possible Is desired. The
letter contains a copy of a communi
cation from President-elect Taft to the
Tariff Commission giving his views on
the purposes of such a Commission and
what It can accomplish.
Worcester, Mass., People Comma.
Business men and their families of Wor
cester, Mass., are planning an excursion
to Portland during the coming Summer.
The visitors have written to Manager
Hichardson of the Commercial Club In
regard to the matter and the dates of
the visit here are now being arranged.
The Worcester party will travel by spe
cial train and will consist of a large and
representative body of Worcester people.
Study San Francisco Police. Police
Captain Moore left yesterday for San
Francisco to bring back C. A. Johnson,
wanted here for passing an alleged
worthless check upon a hotel proprietor.
While In San Francisco Captain Moore
will Investigate the Police Department
of that city, with a view to applying
to the local department any new or de
sirable ideas or methods in vogue there.
New York Society Meeting. The
New York Society of Oregon will hold
at fta regular meeting tonight, a cele
bration of the birthday of President Lin
coln, at the. residence of James F. Fail
ing, 243 Eleventh street, corner of Main.
EL S. J. McAllister will deliver an ad
dress. All New Yorkers, either visitors
or residents of the city or state are
A Generat, meeting of the members
of the Chamber of Commerce will be held
at the Chamber of Commerce assembly
rdom. on Wednesday, February 10. at
S:30 P. M., to consider ways and methods
for promoting railroad development of
Oregon. This meeting will be of the
utmost importance and a full attendance
Is particularly requested. William Mac
Mothers' and Teachers' Meeting.
The Mothers' and Teachers' Circle of the
Holman school will hold Its regular
meeting In the assembly hall this after
noon at 3 o'clock. Dr. Luther R. Dyott
will speak on the subject "The Chance
With the Child." Children between the
ages of 3 and 8 years will be taken care
of In the school kindergarten.
Maloney Brings Prisoner. Chief
Clerk John Maloney of the Police De
partment yesterday returned from Spo
kane with Donald R. McDonald, who
was wanted here for passing an alleged
worthless check. The prisoner says that
he may have overdrawn his account but
did not give a worthless check.
Alberta Club Meets. The Alberta
Improvement Club will meet tonight In
the hall on the corner of East Fifteenth
and Alberta streets. The principal busi
ness of this meeting will be a discus
sion of the new charter and a. decision
as to what action the club will take
Rate War. Steamer Nome City sails
direct for San Francisco Wednesday eve
ning; cabin $10, berth and meals Included.
Frank Bollam, agt., 128 Third st.
C. H. Land, the well-known tailor and
cutter, will be found with L. Root, 111
Seventh street from this date.
For Rent. Space In store on Wash.
St., below Tenth. A 628. Oregonlan.
Plant Elbaon roses. Phone Sellwood 860,
New Bills Open at the
BY ARTHUR A. GREENE.
IF YOU saw that glorious Western
play. "The Virginian" in Its heyday
you will remember Baldy. the delight
ful cowboy who furnished much of the
humor of the piece. Baldy was played
by Frank Nelson, a native Oregoman,
by the way. After having been absent
from his native heath for some years,
this clever young actor returns to the
Orpheum this week in a diverting play
let called "Thirty Dollars." It is the
bright particular feature of the Orphe
um show this week, a little drama of
commonplaces acted most artistically
by Frank Nelson; John C King and
Dorothy De Schelle. Nelson plays a.
ne'er-do-well racetrack follower with
a sister who is an artist's model. The
story of how the worthless, brother
steals $30 from his friend and benefac
tor to bet .on the horse that he ex
pects to win and how the reformation
of the brother and the happiness of
the sister and her admirer is brought
about forms an Interesting story which
is worked out in a logical manner unr-.
Ins the course of the play.
Another . exceptionally interesting
turn Is contributed by Mack and Mar
cus, remarkably clever young newspa
per cartoonists, the former recently
of the San Francisco Chronicle and
the latter of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
They draw some highly amusing
sketches which 'they introduce in a
decidedly unique manner and make
their act one of the most interesting
on the bill. ,
May Boley, a clever musical come
dienne, sings songs and does some Im
personations that identify her as a
funmaker much superior to the or
dinary. In fact Miss Boley is a great
favorite with her audiences, her imi
tation of the typical shopgirl being
The Tschernoff troupe of trained
ponies and dogs Is justly a feature
act. The feats of the remarkably In
telligent Shetland ponies and the mag
nificent Russian boar-hounds and oth
er canine actors being little short of
The Royal Italian Quartet, which
consists of Slgnors Ceccottl and Por
celli and Slgnorltas Cavalleria and
GerinnI, renders familiar selections
from grand opera In an entrancing
manner, the baritone and tenor being
Goldsmith and Hoppe do a comedy
musical act which ranks well toward
the top of the list of similar acts
among other stunts, playing the lar
gest xvlophone ever seen on a local
stage If It Is not. as they claim, the
largest in the world.
Borano and Nevaro. acrobatic novel
ty performers, open the show with an
unique act, and the pictures close the
performance in a most satisfactory
This week'j Orpheum offering is one
worthy of the patronage of amusement
lovers and those who attend may be
sure of enjoying a most satisfactory
"TF SKETCH of rural New. England, a
r paraphrase of "Way Down East,"
as are most of the present-day pastoral
comedies, a little playlet called "Uncle
David." Is the best feature of the bill at
Pantages this week. It is art old-fashioned,
wholesome little one-act play in
troducing the familiar farm characters
with the usual accompaniment of a son
who lias gone to the city and a wronged
girl. It Is well written and well acted
and the audience receives it with the
most satisfactory oegree of favor". Walter
If. Bedell, who plays the oil farmr, Is
excellent as an interpreter of New Eng
land countrymen: Adelaide RobPrts ac
quits herself well as the old spinster
housekeeper and the other characters are
The Piccolo Midgets, a troime of little
people who sing excellently and give an
Interesting acrobatic exhibition, demand
a good stiare of the attention lavished
upon the performance. Theirs Is a truly
exceptional act and the booking agent
displayed the best of Judgment when he
sent this interesting little organization
over this circuit. The boxing match which
closes the act Is perhaps the most Inter
esting feature of their work.
The Verdi Musical Four, instrumental
ists, do a musical turn which proves to
be very pleasant, even though it does
lack novelty; and Earl and Bartlett In
their tiilarious skit, "O'Brien From Gal
way," make a favorable impression as
dialect comedians. Theirs is an act
which keeps an audience laughing from
start to finish without the said audience
being entirely certain as to what it is
laughing about, except that something
funny is going on.
Manning and Fors, a team of sprightly
young men, introduce some attractive
dances and songs and .hold the attention
for their particular 16 minutes in a way
that is calculated to please both manage
ment and audience.
Jean Wilson renders a new illustrated
song in his usual capable manner and the
moving pictures prove to be interesting.
The current Pantages bill will undoubt
edly command large patronage during the
TWO exceptionally good acts are
offered by the Grand management
this week. The piece de resistance Is a
group of remarkable well trained lions,
seven in all, who ae put through diffi
cult and varied stunts, by their master,
Professor Lukens. Through fear these
superb and savage beasts jump hurdles
and hoops In mid air, and allow their
trainer to whirl them about and dance a
pas mala on their backs. And to all of.
this they display the docility of a kitten.
At the matinee performances the Hons
are to be fed chicken, not fried nor cas
serole, but freshly killed and covered with
plumage. This dainty morsel the lions
will deftly pluck of the feathers before
gratifying their fastidious, appetites. At
the conclusion of the second performance
each evening Professor Lukens will feed
his proteges with 200 pounds of beef.
A European offering is the Kirstens
Marietta troupe, a quintet of sensational
equilibrists who give an Interesting act
with many original features. Newhoff
and Phelps, who bill themselves as the
versatile kids, give a singing and dancing
oddity that finds favor with the audience.
Another head-line attraction which is
decidedly the best ever shown here is a
burlesque on "Uncle Tom's Cabin," by
Harry Deave's dramatic Manikins. A min
iature stage is represented where ex
cerpts from the famous melodrama are
faithfully portrayed by the automatons,
who realistically dance, talk and gesticu
late. In addition to the manikin actors
there are two boxes and the orchestra of
11 artists. In one box Is seated President
Roosevelt, who encores the performance
and exclaims, "delighted." Art Adair, the
musical rube, plays acceptably on various
instruments, giving excellent imitations
of the violin, the hornpipe, etc.
LARGE audiences enjoyed the new bill
at the Star yesterday. One of the best
acts was the exhibition of the Fowlers,
equilibrists. The honors in this" go to the
lady member of the team for the muscular
strength shown by her In enabling . her
partner to execute various feats while
balanced on her head. Covllle and Le
Page do a song and dance act that is in
teresting. Their natty stilts of white
serge, with lavender socks and neckties,
give them a Springlike appearance, and
1 add much to the effectiveness of their
i Charles Brownlow singB an Illustrated
I song acceptably, and William Jaxom
' mnnnincijit afford entertainment with his
humorous observations. Davis and Car
son manage to draw not a few laughs in
their comedy sketch. Emerson and Sum
mers are equally good. The bill closes
with a new set of amusing motion pic
tures. '"RICHELIEU" BILL TONIGHT
K. H. Sothern to Make Final Ap
pearance of Engagement at Hellig.
Tii.t will afford the last opportunity
of seeing the distinguished American j
actor. E. H. Sothern. and his splendid
company of players in his latest success- j
ful portrayal of the stage s wona-iamous
characters in "Richelieu," which was pro
duced in San Francisco last week by
this artist for the first time. This Is
one of the most interesting of the ro
mantic plays and was written by Bul
wer Lytton. Last night and tonight's
extended engagement of this noted
player was brought about by Calvin
Hellig. president of the Northwestern
Theatrical Association, canceling the
first two nights in Seattle and replacing
them with two extra matinees. The
curtain will rise promptly at 8 o'clock.
REFUSE TO BE VACCINATED
Long Beach Dismisses- 800 Puplld
From Public Schools.
LONG BEACH, Cal., Feb. 8. Nearly
800 children were dismissed from the
public schools today because they had
not been vaccinated. Their parents
will not permit them to be vaccinated.
Several families will leave town on
account of the trouble.
Men's pants 11.50 a leg, 13.00 a pair.
Fine worsteds, all-wool casstmeres,
cheviots, tweeds, worth $4, $5, 6
Brownsville Woolen Mill Store, Third
COLD WAVE COMING.
Order your coal now. Rock Springs and
other high-grade coals at bottom prices.
Careful drivers and quick delivery. In
dependent Coal & Ice Co., 353 Stark.
Phone Main 780; A 3780.
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restaurant; fine private apart
ments for ladies. 305 Wash., near Fifth.
Tonseth Floral Co.. 123 6th, st
Roclc Springs Coal.
The best house-coal. Liberty Coal &
Ice Co., agents, 25 North Fourteenth
street. Main 1662 AS1S6.
Today and tomorrow will positively
be the last days for discount on Vest
Side gas bills. Read "Gas Tips."
3l Washington St, Cor. 7th.
The' Quality Shop.
OF ODDS AND ENDS.
Children's Umbrellas 60c
Thousands of Yards of
25c values, yard 12i
$1.25 tan cape Gloves. .98
$1.50 fluffy Neckwear. .75
45c taffeta Ribbon, yd..25t?
F. W. Baltes
Phones Home a 1165
First and Oak
Grown for PactHc Nortbweat Soil and .Climate.
Mow on dlaplar at al I btrt dealer.. A.k for Cala-loa-ue.
If noconeale in your neighborhood, writs
ii, airing name of your dealer, and we will mall
too a packet of flower aeeda f re for yoor trouble
IKOXT AN1 VAMHIIX ST8.. Portland, Or.
For Advertising Purposes
Wanted 50 persons who are afflicted
with rheumatism to Rive this great, new
medical dlncovery a trial. No more need to
go to the Mineral or Hot Springs when you
can be cured Juat as well at home. It will
cost you nothing to try it and will con
vince you that all thlnga are not humbugs.
V Wt Oregonlan.
Mc Allen - McDonnell
DANIEL McALLEN, Pres. and Mgr.
Oar suits are arriving by express daily, and are
placed on sale at prices that cannot be duplicated
in the city. Now showing novelty suits in London
smoke, gray, green, brown and blue tones, fash
ionably cut and trimmed with buttons and folds
on skirt. These suits are regularly worth $25.00,
but while the line lasts they go $14 95
at this unusually low sale price ',gw
"New Dress Goods
Spring Goods just in and on sale at these prices :
44-inch striped Mohair, in all lead- CI Qf
Jno- didps. sellinsr at this price, yard r ,uu
J o -
44-inch Satin Prunella, in plain and
stripe; all the new shades, on sale at.
44-inch mixed Suitings, novelties ex- ffl QQ
elusive with us, on sale for, the -yard t,,uu
A. special line on sale today.. It is not too late
to purchase embroideries for the Spring sewing
at sale prices. Different widths and many pat
terns to select from; regular 15c, 20c Iflfi
and 25c values, on sale for, the yard...
RIBBONS, NECKWEAR, GLOVES, HOSIERY AND
COLLARS ON SALE TODAY
We will give you a good 22k gold
or porcelain crown for 9 3-p
22k bridge teeth.... fJJJ?
Oold or enamel fillings
Sliver fillings ...v ..m
Xnlay fillings of all kinds -
Good rubber plates.
The best red rubber plates 7.SO
Gold plates, upper or lower JO.OO
Gold lined plates
Painless extractions, with local . .SO
Painless extractions, with Somno-
pYiniess" eVtract'ions' free "when "plates
or bridffe work Is ordered.
All work guaranteed for 16 years.
Dr. a A Huffman is now located
permanently with us.
DR. W. A. WISE
President and Manager.
The Wise DentalCo.
The Falling Bide-, 3d and '"an. sta.
Office Hiiari 8 A. M. to 8 P. al.
Sundays 9 to 1.
Phonea A and Main 2029.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
SprinKer Bros. V. C. Campbell
Rock Springs and
Cut Any Length
Willamette Fuel Co.
FRONT AND EVERETT STREETS
, I MAIN 1225
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etc. judiciously Invested nothing In the
floral line will yield such satisfactory
returns as the ROSE. REMEMBER.
WE PAT THE EXPRESS and charge
you no more than our neighbor who
comes to our place for his roses.
California Rose Company
Pomona, Cal., Los Angeles County.
r Rubber Co.
61, 63, 65, 67 Fourth St, Cor. Pine SL
Office and Store Fixtures, House K
. modeling and Cabinet Work.
Job Work a Specialty.
E. E. REISINGER,
Shop SS8 Eaat Waahlnnton St.
fhomEait 409, B 1131
Now that you're thinking of the new Spring
dress, you '11 find you need one of our corsets. We
are agents for Warner Bros.' famous rustproof
corset, and as this name stands for a standard
of excellence unchallenged for 50 years, you know
when you purchase a Warner corset that you're ,
getting the best your money can buy. We hav
them at all prices, but call your particular atten
tion to the one on sale today. Style 196, medium
low bust, front and side supporters the most
popular model and the best corset in QO
town at $1.50, on sale at this price, ea... JU
' We offer you another great value in a high-bust,
long-hip effect; front and side support- CHn
ers; sizes 18 to 25, on sale for, each....MuM
BLUM AUER & HOCH
108 and 110 Fourth Street.
Sole Distributors for Oregon and Washington
FISHER, TH0RSEN 8 CO.
The Big Paint Store
FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS
Manufacturers and Jobbers ErerytninjJ in Paints
BENJAMIN ARC BURST
IN THREE TO SEVEN LIGHTS
Ideal Lights for Interior Illumination.
TVe Are Selling at Cost to Reduce Our Stock. Now Is the Time to
Western Electric Works
No. 61 Sixth Street, Portland, Oregon.
Phones Main 1696, A 1696.
BEST IN THE WORLD.
We are showing a complete line of
these famou3 decks in the sanitary and
standard styles from 18.25 upwards.
Visit our office-filing department and
let our expert show you the latest and
BIham Stationery &PrintingCo
FIFTH AND OAK.
Fred Pre tin, D.D-S-
a 12.0 Full Sal '
Crowns and Brldsa
work. M M.
Brom S. Ucknra.
Opea) Kvssioa XUi !
gchwab Printing Co.
ntsr WORK. REASONABLE PRICKS
J47Ji STAR-K STREET
Third and Morrison Streets
Best quality navy blue Flannel Shirts, cut in gen
erous size, single or double-breasted; 1 A1Z
regular $1.75 grade, on sale for, ea T""1'
Overalls, in all sizes from 4 to 15 years an excel
lent quality of blue denim, not too heavy 0ni
to launder easily; on sale for, the pair....,'','
Without a Rival
Scenic Hotel of the World
Overlooks San Francisco Bay and City
Five Minutes Ride from Ferries
600 rooms. Every room has bath
Rates single room and bath $2.50, $3.00,
$3.50. $4.00. $4.50, $5.00, $7.00. $10.00.
Suite-$10.00. $120. $15.00. $20.00 and np.
Palace Hotel Company
Yin Kin Lum
Chop suey and noodles. Chinese and
American cook. Merchant's lunch 250.
Open day and night.
Bl-S3Vi KOHl'U fOlRTH STREET,
Corner Gvcrctt. Homa Fkoate, A 27 3
GREAT SACRIFICE p TTf-IP
SALE OF CARLOAD rlAIll3
OK HIGH-ORADE atlLl vw
H. SINSHEIMEK. 72 Third Street.