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THE MORXIXG OREGOXIAX, TUESDAY, HI AY 11, 1909.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Pae. States. Horns.
Counting-Room ..Main 7070 A 09S
Cl'.jr circulation Main 7079 A 0s
Maiming Editor Main 7070 A 8095
Sunday Editor Main 7070 A 6095
Cornposlng-Room ......Main 7070 A 6095
City Editor Main 7070 A 05
Eupt. Buildlnsa Main 7070 A 60S
Bt'NGALOW THEATER (12th ana Kor-
r!wrn Baker Stock Company in ."Merely
Mary Ann." Tonight at 8:15.
ORPHECM THEATER (Morrison. Between
Blxth and Seventh) Advanced vaudeville.
Matinee at 2:13; tonight at 8:13.
GRAND THEATER (Washington, batween
Seventh and Park) Vaudeville d luxe.
2:SO. 7:30 and 9 P. M.
PANTAGES THFATEK (Fourth and Stark)
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30, 7:30 and
:30 P. M.
LTRIC THEATER (Seventh and Alder)
I.yrlo Stock Company In "Ten Nights la a
Barroom." Tonight at 8:13.
BTAR THEATER Moving-picture show
every afternoon and evening, 2 to 10:30
East Morrisom Strket Repairs. In
repairing East Morrison street the con
tractor tore up the street between East
"Water street and Union avenue, making:
It almost impassable for pedestrians.
Fuel cannot be delivered, and In case of
lire the department would work under
difficulties. "Of couree," said Joseph
Buchtel yesterdey, "the repairs had to
be done, and there was sure to be in
conveniences, but why the entire street
should have been ripped up is more than
I can understand when one side of the
street, or one block, could be re
paired at a time. Such proceedings
would not be tolerated on Washington
street, and Kast Morrison carries a great
traffic. There is an ordinance prohibit
ing so many blocks on a street to be
torn up for repairs. I tried to find out
"Who is responsible for ripping up the
"whole street, but could not. The con
tractor says he has the authority. The
Mayor don't know anything about it.
Tiie City Engineer says he is not re
sponsible, and I cannot find any man
connected with the city government who
Is responsible for anything. Henceforth
I favor the commission charter."
Portland's Growth Exploited. Arti
cles by Edgar M. Lazarus, Joseph Jacob
berger, W. B. Beebe, Ion Lewis, David
C. IjC'Tvis and C. H. Kable provide a sym
posium on Portland building in the May
issue of the Chamber of Commerce Bulle
tin for May, Issued yesterday. The top
ics selected are: "Portland's Modern
Buildings, Portland's Building Devel
opment," "Oregon's Architecture and Its
Present Tendency," "Concrete Construc
tion In Portland" and "Portland's Resi
dences." The articles being written by
leading architects of the city, furnish
expert descriptions of what has been
done in the last few months and what
Is in prospect in the development of
CSreater Portland, the whole making a
work of much value in exploiting the city.
The Bulletin is sent to points all over
the country, and this issue is certain to
be an important aid In disseminating in
formation concerning the remarkable
building up of this city. The articles are
profusely Illustrated with halftones of
some of the principal business and resi
dence buildings constructed in the last
year or two and several in course of
Singular Auto Accident. An automo
bile bearing the number 367 yesterday
morning came very, near . plunging over
the west side of the Union avenue bridge
into Sullivan's Gulch. . It was Btopped by
the curb of the sidewalk, and in rebound
ing struck the front of a Broadway
streetcar, damaging the automobile. The
automobile was driven west on East Ev
erett street from Grand to Union ave
nue. In turning north onto the hard
emrface of the bridge, which, was slip
pery with the rain, the automobile slid
against the curb. Instead of climbing the
curb and dashing through the Iron rail
ing of the sidewalk, the front end re
bounded and struck the front end of
the Broadway car, crushing its own run
ning board and disabling the automobile,
hut doing no damage to the streetcar
nor injuring any 'One.
East Side I-ot Sold. The lot on the
west side of Union avenue, between East
Burnsido and KhsI Couch streets, which
belonged to John B. Miller, of Seattle,
has .Inst been sold to Dan J. Malarkey
for $11,000. Buchtel & Kerns made the
sale. The property is an unimproved lot.
Mr. Miller had plans prepared for a two
story building, but changed his mind and
sold the property. He turned over the
building plans together with the bids that
had been submitted to Mr. Malarkey, who
may erect a building. Mr. Miller held
the lot long enough to see the original
value multiplied by ten.
Vegetarians Meet. Dr. I,. W. Myers
will give the opening address on "Vege
tarian Diet Compared "With Flesh Diet,"
at the Vegetarian "Conversazione," this
evening at 8 o'clock at 501 Yamhill street.
Dr. Myers has had a large experience
in the study of dietetics in relation to
health. Mrs. C. Post wiH recite an orig
inal poem. This is an informal, non-sectarian
meetins. free to all,
Openino Prohibition- Rallt.-The open
ing rally of the prohibition campaign
will be held tonight In the First Church
of the Xazarene on East Couch and East
Seventh streets. The speakers for the
evening will be T. S. McDanicls. B. Lee
Paget nd others. In connection with
this rally an Interesting programme will
he rendered. Other rallies will he held
during the month.
New York Society Meetino. The New
"York State Society of Oregon will hold
the regular mom lily meeting this evening
at Mis. E. "W. Gillespie's School of Ex
pression. 534 Morrison street, corner of
Seventeenth. A fine programme has been
arranged for and arrangements will be
made for the Summer meetings. All New
Yorkers, either visitors or residents, are
Demonstration of Barley. The dem
onstration of barley as a food flakes,
grits, flour was begun yesterday at the
Electric Company's store on Seventh
street, between Alder and Morrison. The
attendance was large, the prepared prod
ucts appetizing and much interest was
manifested. The demonstration will con
tinue today and tomorrow from 2 till 6
o'clock each day.
Unitarian Church Sale. Tomorrow,
In the First Unitarian chapel, from 2
until 6 o'clock, the women of the church
are to hold A seasonable sale. Kugs for
the Summer cottage. tent or outside
deeping porch, generous aprons for the
fruit canning srason and a somewhat lim
ited supply of genuine Vermont maple
sugar for delicious syrups, candies and
A-PDiNo Machines Prove Useful. The
.Oregonian acknowledges the caurtesy-of
the Burroughs Adding Machine Company,
Commercial Club building, in supplying its
election bureau with adding machines on
the night of the primary flection. , These
machines proved very useful in com
piling the election returns when speedy
and accurate work was essential.
Disot'ss Art and Psychology. The art
find psychology departments of the Wom
an's Club meet today at 2 o'clock in the
art room of the Public IJhrary. Art sub
ject, "Leonardo da Vinci." The psychol
ogy class will begin at 5:10. conducted toy
Miss Eaton, of St. Helens Hall. Members
are invited to bring friends. Discussion
from 4 to 4:30.
Sake Deposit Boxes. 3er.-Amer. Bank.
"Women's Press Club. The annual
meeting of the "Women's Press Club of
Oregon will be hold tomorrow at 7:30 P.
M. at the home of Mrs. Emma Seckles
Marshall, 725 Weidler street. For mem
Seaside House. Opens June 1. For
rates apply to I. E. Martinez, P. O. Box
6S, Seaside Oregon.
John M. Mann, printer, 68 Fourth St.,
between Oak and Pine.. Both phones 40SS.
SRTTI.ffna Ann Pnuivr. A n PTCIirKlnn J
composed of from 25 to 60 prospective lo
cators In Douglas County. Or., is sched
uled to arrive in Portland in Pullman
cars Sunday, May 30. The train will ar
rive here at 7:20 A. M. and will proceed
south at 4:15. The excursion comes under
the auspices of a land investment com
pany of Minneapolis, Minn., the officers
of which have been in correspondence
for some weeks w-ith Secretary Gtltner, of
the Chamber of Commerce, with reference
to having the excursionists shown over
the city on their arrival. It has been
suggested to the investment company hat
observation cars be taken on arrival of
the train, thus affording the opportunity
to see points of interest without further
Carpenter Is Injured. T. M. Stimson,
a carpenter employed at the Oregon Ho
tel annex, was severely injured yesterday
afternoon by being struck across the face
by a suddenly lowered lift elevator. His
nose and jaw were broken and his -face
and head horribly bruised and cut. The
accident occurred at the fourth floor of
the annex, where a force of carpenters
was at work. An ambulance was called
and the injured man was taken to the
St. Vincent Hospital, where he was at
tended by Drs. Roekey and Tilzer. It Is
believed he will recover.
Fears "Wife- Is Suicide. Peter Burge
communicated to the police yesterday his
fear that his wife, Mrs. Goldie Burge, has
committed suicide. She has been missing
since last Friday from the rooming-house
at Second and Colombia streets,, where
they live. Inasmuch as the woman was
of a melancholy turn of mind, Burge be
lieves she may have taken her life. He
left a description of her with the police.
Pupils Must Be Vaccinated. The
Hawthorne school was fumigated last
Saturday and Sunday, owing to the fact
that some of- the pupils had been exposed
to smallpox. Superintendent Rigler stated
yesterday that all of the pupils will be
vaccinated or must remain away from the
school until all danger of infection is
passed. He has no fear of any general
spread of the disease.
Miss Chase Is Winner. At the cele
bration of "wild flower day" at the Clinton-Kelly
Memorial Sunday school,' held
Sunday, May 9. the prize was awarded to
Miss Aldyth Chase. Her bouquet con
sisted of 24 varieties of wild flowers and
was the handsomest in the exhibition.
The church was attractively decorated for
the occasion with quantities of wild
Tomorrow -at W. C. T. TJ. An inter
esting talk wilKbe given at Central W.
C. T. U. tomorrow afternoon toy Mrs. M.
M. Sleeth on "Bible Wines and Non-Alcoholic
Medication." It is hoped that many
will be present. Room 606 Goodnough
Store for Rent. 430 Washington st.,
22x50. Fine display windows. E. J. .Daly,
222 Failing building.
For Sale. Three Home Telephone
bonds, Tacoma, 50 per cent stock at 70.
AM S6. Oregonian.'
Parsons' Orchestra, Eilers Piano
There's Money in Smith's ad. Back
PROMINENT RESIDENT DIES
C. C. Hutchinson, Active in Irriga
tion Work, Passes.
Clinton C. Hutchinson, who came to
Oregon 16 years ago, and a well-known
resident of this city for the past eight
years, died at the family residence, 486
East Everett street, yesterday morning.
Mr. Hutchinson was born in Vermont,
December n, 1833. In young manhood he
removed to Illinois, and in 1855 was mar
ried to Miss Martha Young. That year
he removed to Kansas, and participated
in the famous "Kansas-Nebraska trou
bles" between the "Free State" men and
the "Border Ruffians," which had much
to do in precipitating the Civil War. The
town of Ottawa, Kan., was started by
him, and afterwards he became the own
er of a tract of land which was after
wards sold to parties who established the
town of Hutchinson, a place now famous
for its salt mines.
Upon coming to Oregon in 1S94, Mr.
Hutchinson at once saw that Irrigation
was greatly needed in Eastern Oregon
and organized an irrigation project in
Crook County, the first in the state of
any consequence. In time he disposed of
his interests to Eastern capitalists an
turned his attention to Southeastern Ore
gon, and was largely instrumental in
calling the attention of the Government
to the need of irrigation in that great
field. Mr. Hutchinson -may justly be
called the father of irrigation in Oregon.
His first wife having passed away, on
October 15. 1873, Mr. Hutchinson was mar
ried the second time, to Miss Gertrude
Sherman, who survives him, together with
WAS PROMOTKR OF OREGON
The Late Clinton C. Hutchinson.
the following children: Arthur, Denver.
Colo.: Mrs. James Cobbledlck, Oakland,
Cal.: Mrs. ET B. MacNaughton and Misses
Helen and -Mice Hutchinson, Portland.
One of his sons, Reno Hutchinson, well
known in Y. M. C. A. circles, was mur
dered in Spokane two years ago.
Wherever Mr: Hutchinson has lived he
has been a man universally esteemed,
and the legacy of a good character which?
he leaves to his family and friends is a
To 3 44-146 Fourth, opposite If oneyman
Hardware Co. Ve have no connection
with any other etores. Goodyear Shoe
jsJl the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restaurant; fine private apart
ments for ladies. 505 Wash., near FIIUl,
Aune. Columbia Bldg., Main. A 1635.
LATEST SHEET MUSIC
S. lO and 15 Cents.
Popular, classical and -folios. The E. P.
Charlton & Co., 2SS-290 Washington at.
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New Bills Open at the
BY ARTHUR A. GREENE.
IT 13 a case of the topline act being
swamped at the Orpheum this week,
tor there are three other acts that exceed
the supposed feature In interest and
cleverness. We were given to "under
stand that Thomas H. Ince and his com
pany in "Wise Mike." a comedy con
cerning burglars, was to bfe the big event,
but after seeing the act it is due fairness
to say that It deserves to rank only
among a number of good turns which the
Orpheum offers this week.
The number which is entitled to first
honors is -the remarkable show given by
Rosina Casselli's troupe of trained . Chi
huahua dogs, the best of its kind ever
seen here. These tiny canines lay it over
any dog show ever seen on the local
boards. After watching these bits of
caninity one is disposed to accept the
theory of certain philosophers who hold
that dogs have souls and the capacity for
reasoning. ' Their performances - are as
suredly amazing. Tins turn made the
most positive impression on the audiences
yesterday. It will serve to entertain and
delight above, anything else on the pro
gramme. Another act which aroused the audience
to unusual applause was the turn called
"The Sunny South," presented by a com
pany of ten colored singers and dancers,
with Johnson and Wells featured. The
voices are exceptionally good and the
dancing unusually dexterous. The act is
well staged and well dressed and alto
gether is worthy of commendation.
Because Frame Coombs Js smart enough
to sing that dear old ballad, "Silver
Threads Among the Gold," the sketch in
which he. appears with Muriel Stone,
called "The East of the Troupe," is one
of the most refreshing of recent vaude
ville acts. Mr. Coombs has a delightful
contra-tenor voice ana he sings the' old
song which we have been so fortunate as
to as - see revived this season, in a most
pleasing manner. He also sings a num
ber of other new songs and adds a pleas
ant touch to the -turn. Miss Stone pos
sesses considerable ability as an ingenue
and portrays the character of the strand
ed young actress capably.
Thomas H. Ince and his company pre
sent a comedetta call ''Wise Mike,"
which has to do with, the connection of a
genuine and an amateur burglar with
ludicrous consequences. Mr. Ince, who
plays the amateur, and Mr. Gillespie, who
is the genuine article in burglars,, are
both capable actors and get the best
possible results out of the piece.
Dorothy Drew, a comedienne of ability,
sings and tells stories to the satisfaction
of the majority of the crowd and the
Baader-La Velle trio of cyclists do some
hair-raising feats with the bicycle. Wells
and Sells, comedy acrobats, open the
show, introducing some original feats,
and the pictures are more than, usually
Jean Durocher, tympani player in the
Orpheum orchestra, played for a xylo
phone solo between acts four and five,
Sousa's "Free Lance7 march.-'. He made
a tremendous, hit, and to an enthusiastic
encore responded with the popular "Dill
THIS is a banner week at Pantages,
the bill being replete with novel
divertisements. From an artistic stand
point the palm goes to Mr. and Mrs.
Edward II. Lucas, an Englishman and
his wife, who give a charming Inter
pretation of characters from Charles
Dickens' novels. Excerpts from "David
Copperneld," "Bleak House" and "Mar
tin Chuzzlewit" were given in turn, with
faithful attention to the costumes and
scenic effects of that period. A
capable piece of acting was Mr. Lucas'
characterization of the fawning
"umble" Uriah Heep, and again as Mr.
Chuzzlewit in a drunken rage. Mrs.
Lucas gave an intelligent portrayal of
Mrs. Chuzzlewit, but eclipsed her
former efforts in the role of the pa
thetic little "Ostler Joe." who was al
ways told to "move on."
Another stellar act is a . tumbling
turn by a quar,tet who call themselves
the Four International Comiques. Not
withstanding "the surfeit of stunts of
this type, the four men have a number
of new turns which, they punctuate
with funny nonsense.
The' Del Cpsta Duo, operatic vocal
ists, have good voices and found ready
favor with ' the audience. Bowen
Brothers do some farish dancing, but
their comedy is rather labored. Al
Luttrlnger and Lillian Lucas Company
appear in a regular melodrama, "A
Girl of the West." which has consider
able firing of rifles, an abused hero, a
brave heroine, and the deep-dyed vil
lain In riding togs who satirically
twists his coal black mustache. Miss
Lucas reads her lines well and is sup
ported by a capable company.
The McDonald trick cyclists open the
show, giving some daring feats. A
child, the star of the trio, is full of
grace and apparently has not learned
the meaning of fear. Pathe. films of
smart but fluffy Parisian life are more
than ordinarily Interesting. -
EVERY week it seems that competition
between the various vaudeville houses
becomes more and more strenuous, until
one wonders what the end will be. The
present offering ,at the Grand is an ex
ample of this race between the rival syn
dicates to see which shall give the most
in the way of vaudeville entertainment
for the admission charged. On only a
few occasions has the Grand ever given
us such an exceptionally good show as
opened the week yesterday afternoon,
and Manager Cordray may well congratu
late himself, as those who were present
felt like extending congratulations to
A splendidly-acted little comedietta,
called "The Wild Rose." was the contri
bution of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Forbes
and George Alexander. The piece con
cerns two men of the world, one of them
happily married but foolishly regretting
that his wife is so straight-laced and dif
ferent from the "good fellow girl" he has
met elsewhere. The young wife, hearing
the conversation from the eavesdropper's
standpoint. - decides to teach her husband
a lesson and starts a violent flirtation
with her husband's friend, after a pre
arrangement with him. It 'results in ex
citing the violent jealousy of the hus
band, and when explanations are made
lie is quite willing that his wife shall
continue the same innocent wild rose as
formerly. It is a pretty little comedy
and is well worked out by the three
actors who appear. .
Cal Stewart, who calls himself the
grocery store story teller, does a unique
monologue and sings a song or two which
serve to set the audience off into peals
of laughter and keep it in good spir
its during the entire - period of, his act.
He is an exceptionally able comedian,
and the local public will undoubtedly ap
prove his efforts during the week he ap
Leon Miller and Grace Tempest offer an
original stunt which met with a reason
able degree of favor, largely because of
the beauty of Miss Tempest's figure,
which Is exploited. Grover and Richards
have a stereotyped song and dance act
and" the Variety Four sing well. . The
Grandascope shows a new French film
which arouses interest.
New Substation Delayed.
Postmaster Young's request for an ad
ditional substation at 132 Greeley street,
in the vicinity of Arbor Lodge, has been
refused by the department at Washing
ton, for the reason that the funds for
A practical traveling
companion for lady or
gentleman wants posi
tion where he can be
actively employed; ' is -tired
of being on the
shelf. Understands the
care of clothing.
166-170 Third St.
establishing such stations are exhausted.
The department recommends that the peo
ple - of the Arbor Lodge district renew
their application after July 1 next, when
the new appropriation for these purposes
will become available. The Postoffice T3e
partment at Washington has authorized,
the removal of the substation at "Wood
lawn from ' its present location to Bast
Seventh and North Dekum avenue. The
new location is eaid to be more central
and will better serve the patrons of that
section of the city.
Explanation by TLabbi Wise.
PORTLAND, May 10. (To the Editor.)
My apeech on "Schools," before the People's
Forum was In a measure misrepresented. I
spoke generally and academically on general-curriculum,
method and teaching with
no special reference to Portland.. This Is, in
fairness to our public schools, a proper
statement. They have many of the short
comings to which the whole system is sub
ject, but are not by any means amongst the
1 did" not, aa represented, belittle a classi
cal education, but drew ' attention to - the
lack of It in the attainments of most Bach
elors of Arts. I did call attention to that
hoary anachronism the "Town Meeting"
system by which our school are governed,
to n-hieh point I respectfully direct your
attention as at present my only real' criti
cism of local schools.
JONAH B. WISE.
New York. The New Tork Giants are
in danger of losing their famous bail field,
the Polo Grounds, because of 'petitions by
surrounding property-owners, who asked the
Board of Aldermen to authorize the opening
of a street through the middle of the Polo
Grounds, north and south.
by which" other s
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the choicest vineyards
Naturally Dry and Pure
Made only of ttia choicest Vintage Wines
Ot exceeding dryness and purity
lues 1900 One-third of
tne to cal t'ssnipatiii
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inyit e your
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First and Oak
KO DUST WHEN SWEEPING.
USE DUSTLESS WAXINE
No mopping, sprinkling or wet saw
dust, i .
25 lbs.. 1.00: no lbs.. $2.00; .100 lbs..
3.50: 200 lbs.. $6.00.
FORTLAKD BRUSH b WAXINE CO,
470 E. 11th SL Phone Sellwood 1346.
Tenth, esr Washington
Luncheon Served Between 11:30 A. M.
and 2 P. M. Today.
prlnjf fiimb and Strawberry- Shortcake
CUT PRICES ON TALKERS
Opportunity knocks but once take
advantage of Kilrs special sale of talk
ing machines. Save -a third to a half.
353 Washing-ton st. '
SAM'L ROSENBLATT & CO.
Cor. Third and Morrison Sts.
HOTELS ROOMING HOUSES
Your special attention' is called to the great special sale of Blankets,
Comforts, Lace Curtains, Swiss and Bobbinet Curtains, Table
Linens, Towels," Napkins, . Portieres, Couch Covers, fancy Linens,
Tray 'and Dresser Cloths, Linen Sets in fact everything for the
household at specially reduced prices Extra values in hemmed
Sheets and Pillow Cases 1000 pairs extra fine grade Cotton
Blankets, suitable f or the home or outing, secured for 60c on. the
$1. Prices range. from 65 pair up to $1.95.,
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WE GIVE a-year's subscription to "Paris Modes" Monthly, a
handsome fashion magazine FREE FOR THE ASKING. , This
is done in order thoroughly to introduce Paris paper patterns, the
best made. :' : - ' ' ;. ' ;
SEE OUR MILLINERY
Why Not Be Up-to-Date
and Use a '
AU Price From $22.50 Up
IVe Will Tike Your old Desk la
Trade and Allow You Ita
The largest stock .of office
furniture and safes in the North
west. Agents for the' world's
three largest manufacturers.
Send for catalogue. Ely-Biorris
Hnnarnnese Dank Safe "The
Strongest In the world."
NORRIS SAFE & LOCK CO.
PORTLAND, Sixth Jt Anlceny Sta.
SEATTLE:, 307-11 Third Ave. S.
$12.00 Full Set of
Teeth, 6.00. -
Crowns and Bridge
Room 405. Dekum.
Open Evenings Till 7.
The vbn Gillmann S chool
FOR RIDING A IV I J DRIVING.
The Ftneat Boardiss Stable In Portland.
Phones Main 2S94. A 4135.
PIPE REPAIRING '
Of every description by
mail. Amber, brier and ,
coloring;. Sis; bichel &
Co.. 82 Sd St.. Portland. .
'Rented and sold on easy
installments: also tuned
JEL SINSHEIMEE. 72 Third Street
I- K-CT-n-. -.,.1:-
For Style and Quality leads
them all - ,
.All the latest shapes in soft,
derby nd straw. : -
POPULAR DRY GOODS STORE
CORNER THIRD AND MORRISON .
FISHER, TH0RSEN S CO.
"The Big Paint Store"
FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS
Manufacturers and Jobbers Ererything in Paints
Don't Forget Our Removal Sale
A Few Fixtures Left at Absolute CostJ
Special Prices on Art Domes and
' All Electrical Supplies
Out-of-Town Business Solicited .
WESTERN ELECTRIC WORKS
No. 61 Sixth Street. Fbones, Main 1696, A 1696. Portland, Oregon.
BLUM ALTER & HOGH
108 and lie Fourth Street. ,
Sola Distributors for Oregon and Washington
Grown for Pacific NortbwMt Boil and Climmto.
lN'ow on display at vl I beat declars. Aak forCmta
loyve. If not on sale In your nlcbborhood, writ
w. civins name of your dealer, and w will nail
. yon a packet of flower seeds frea for yoor titrable
FRONT AND YAMHILL STS.. Port land. Us.
Gold Seal Fire Protection Hose
7., : - -
Goodyear Rubber Co. -
1, 63, 65. 67 Fourth st at Plaa.
SALE OF TALKING MACHINES
By taking advantage of sale prices
on slightly-used talking machines at
Eilers, you'll save enough to buy an
almopt complete stock of records and a
fine cabinet. Washington street at
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Scenic Hotel of the World
Overlooks San Francisco Bay and City
Five Minutes Ride from Ferries .
. COO rooms. Erery room bss bsth
Rates single room and bath $2.50. $&00,
$3.50. 4.00, H.flO, 5.00. 7.00. $10.00.
Suites ClO.00. 12-60, $15.00. $20X0 and as.
Palace Hotel Company
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