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BI-XOAIVW THEATER 'Twerfth and
Morrison) Henry B. HarrU prwnta
Charles Klein', drama. "Th. Third De
cree." Tonight at 8:15.
ORPHEUM THEATER fMorrlson. between
. Sixth and Seventh) Advanced vaadavui..
Matlne at S:15. Tonight at 8:15.
BAKER THEATER (Third and Yamhill)
The musical comedy. "In Dreamland.
Tonight at 6:15.
GRAND THEATER (Washington, between
6eventh and park) Vaudeville da luxe.
2:30. 7.30 and 8 P. M.
PANTAGES THEATER FourtH and Stark)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30. 7:80 and
LYRIC THEATER (Seventh and Alder)
Athon Stock Company In "At the RlitVf
His IJfe." Tonight at S:15.
TAR THEATER (Par and Washington)
Motion pictures. 1 o 11 P. M.
"Success In ppl-eTOwlrnf and attain
Ins satisfactory results depends on frit
ting; started right," said Professor Cole
.member of tha State Agricultural Col
lege at CorvalUst "First the selection of
location Trlth the right kind or sou. wners
climatic conditions, elevation, water sup
ply, water and air drainage, distance to
transportation or railroad are favorable.
ThA condition of the soil, varieties of
trees best suited to the locality, the size
and quality of the trees, are or tn great
est importance, for the reason that the
first year's growth or & fruit tree has
everything' to do both with the life of
the tree and Its productiveness." "W'e
selected th right kind of soil In the most
favorable locality and are selling five
and ten-acre tracta planted to apples.
' located 3S miles fourth of Portland, two
miles from a railroad station, on easy
terms. "W'e will guarantee jr income each
year until your orchard comes into bear
ing. If you are Interested in apple
arrowing call on us. Let us show you
our contracts, explain our methods; and
' you will find our offer one of the most
... .i A HW.I rtnAe Wnndbtim
ftiuiu-ine u " ' -- -
Orchard Company. Inc.. 605-506 Henrjr
iullding. Fourth and OaK streets.
Pictcres ron Schools Shown. The
sralleries of the .Museum of Art are now
'liung wifh color prints and photographs
suitable for schoolroom decoration. The
pictures have been arranged In groups
corresponding' to the work In different
trades, as a sugggestlon In the matter
of selection for these grades. For the
elementary classes color prints of fairy
tales and child life, groups covering farm
end country life, myths and American
end English History are snown, noseiner
with various selections for the . high
Fchools. A bulletin containing the 'cata
logue of the exiiibit and-information con
cerning pictures for schools will be given
to all visitors. The exhibition Is open In
the usual museum hours, from 9 to B
o'clock, free. ' Thursday and Saturday
afternoons; Sundays, from 2 to J o'clock.
Mclt.noicah Street Residents Com-puuN.-:omplaint
Is inade that the Im
provement of Multnomah street between
Union avenue and Fifteenth, street Is be
ing delayed unnecessarily. Contract for
paving Multnomah street was let some
time ago to the Eassara Paving Com
pany, but the company was enjoined with
the result that improvement has been
held up, and there is nothing being done
to have the legal question settled. It
was reported nt the mass meeting of the
Irvlngton and Holladay Improvement As
sociation that George M. Hyland, of the
Hassam Paving Company, had agreed to
have the matter settled In. some way so
the improvement could be mad.
Pouca Force Reviewed. The Portland
Tolioe Department gave a fine exhibition
of drill ability yesterday morning at the
Armory In Its semi-annual drill. Mayor
Simon. Police Committeemen Clarke and
Pichel aDd Chief of Police Cox reviewed
'the department, which went through the
manual of the drill regulations under the
command of Captain J. T. Moore In
battalion formation. Captains Bailey,
Slover. Baty and Patrolman Graves were
In command of the four platoons. The
police band of 80 pieces played. Mayor
Simon made a short speech, compliment
ing the department for its fine showing
and thanked the patrolmen for meritori
ous work. '
TV. c. T. TT. Hears Mrs. Badouit. At
Central "W. C"T. U. yesterday -Mrs. C. M.
Badgley read a storj, "Where Two or
Three. Are Gathered." After the roll-call
n business tesslon followed. A member
ship contest is in progress to last until
January. Mention was made of the 1n
.terestimr talk given last week by Mrs.
ITnruh on 'The National Convention."
.Next week a sociable and tea will be
Training Schoot. FTn i a ft"ed Th e build
ing erected by the Board of Education
on the grounds of the Morrtavilla school
for a training school has been completed
and this week, supplied with desks and
tables for use of the students. It will
, be occupied at once. The outside rooms,
wed for the manual training department,
are now being used to provide for the
overflow from the main building.
Bazaar. The women of the All Saints
Parish will hold a sale of fancy and
practical articles on Friday, November 19.
ifternoon and evening, at All Saints
Rectory. '350 Twenty -fifth street North.
This is an excellent opportunity for those
osiring to secure attractive Christmas
gifts. Afternoon tea will be served, and
supper may be had from 6 until 8 o'clock.
Episoopai. Bishop Herb. The Right
Rev. 'William Perrln. D. D-, bishop of
Oilumbla. Canada, arrived In Portland
last night and is the guest of the "Ore
gon Ckrlcus" of the Eptecopal Church.
On Friday morning he will address the
teachers aid scholars df St. Helen's
Robbed MaiiIs Charge. John Love,
Federal prisoner, was lodged In the
County Jail yesterday on a chago if
robbing a United States , postoff ice. He
came in from Polk County. He is ac
cused on the same charge as Robert i
Kiqhtt-Threb Acrbs br- ..t land near
Troutdala. Half upland adapted for cher
ries. Balance on Beaver Creek adapted
for peaches. Price II OH per acre; half
cash. F. J?. Akin. 623 Chamber of Com
merce. Only 15 miles from the City Hall.
" BOXIVO ASS WjfESTIJNG. I
Vancouver Atnieuc im v. .-iiuiukiumu
Athletic Club at the club gymnasium. Six
faFt matches.. General admission !..
Reserved Heats JI.jO. "
Roast Turret with cranberry -sauce,
loin of pork with apple sauce and lemon
cream pie err the menu at Woman's Ex
change today, 1S6 Fifth street, near Yam
hill. . '
Alaska. New trail-map just issued.
Fairbanks. Idltarod, Innoko Districts.
Sant upon receipt of 27 cents, or stamps.
Alaska Map Co., Seattle. Washington.
Farewei.i, New Thought Lecture.
Rev. Henry Harri!on Brown In Selling
Ulrsch Hall tonight on "The Call of the
Twentieth Century." Free to all.
Goon Location1 In Oregonlan building
for doctor or dentist. Outside private
room, and one-half -reception-room. In-
qwre at room jui. ,
Beadner. New York t
snteed work. 127 T'
Waxtbp. Perfectly - clean, buttermilk
from Portland or nearby. AJ 640. Ore
Shlpherd' Springs. Dr. W. D. McNary,
medical director; B. I Sliipherd, mgr.
Watson Automobile Company, agents
for Inter-State automobiles. 503 Alder St.
Glasr and Guzino. Tlmms. Cress &
Co.. 115 First st. Main or A 2023.
Aura CroabmasWJies. Allej Bradford
Croasman, the l-year-old son -of A. -B.
Croasman. former Portland postmaster,
died Tuesday morning at the residence
of his parents, S9 Northrup street. He
succumbed to heart trouble, caused by
strain during a surveying trip last Sum
mer. He suffered a severe attack of
scarlet fever when a boy. ' The young
fellow recently left the Oregon Agricul
tural College, after going through his
Junior year, and when taken 111 was em-'
ployed by Neustadter Bros., of Portland.
Sweish League Reorganizes-. The
Swedish-American National League of
Oregon has been reorganized Jid will
hold regular monthly meetings in the hall
at 263 Yamhill street.. All Swedish people
are invite, and also Swedish-speaking
Flnlandcts. The officers are C. E. John
son, president: W. L- Loftstadt. vice
president; John Hacefstadt. recording
secretary; Ernest Bjorklund. financial
secretary: 8. J. Lindqulst. cashier. New
bv-laws have been adopted.
Mothers as6 Teachers Meet. The
regular assembly meeting ofMhe Mothers'
and Teachers' Club of the Brooklyn
School will be held .tomorrow afternoon
at 1W) o'clock In the assembly hall of
the school building. The children of the
school will give an exercise ethat will be
appropriate to Thanksgiving. Following
the' programme there will be a business
meeting of the club when vPlans-for. the
year will be considered.
Boosters Meet Tomoht.-TW South
Portland Boosters will meet tonight at
the library of the Academy Hall or St.
Lawrence Church. Third and Sherman
streets. City Engineer Morris and others
are expected to address the boosters. A
large attendance Is expected, as questions
of vital importance to the growth of the
district wUl be discussed.
New Hall to Be Dedicated.- The
WaverlvRlchmond Improvenwnt Associ
ation bias made preparations to dedicate
the new hall erected on the corner of
East Twenty-sixth and Clinton streets to
morrow night. There 'will be address
by Whitney L. Boise, fid ward D. Curtis
and others. The new hall will seat u0
and Is called Waverly Hall.
KlKs' Dance Tomorrow. Murlark Hall
will be the scene of the second annual
ball given by the Portland Lodge, No.
142 B P. O. Elks, tomorrow night. The
patronesses for the occasion are an
nounced, as follows Mrs. Gua C. Moser.
Mrs. Rap Apperson. Mrs. K. K. Kul.ll,
Mrs. Clyde M. Bills and Mrs. Ed KrulL
Silver CCP Is Tropht. Additional to
the list of prises already offered for
fruit that will be exhibited at the session
of the Oregon Horticultural Society, De
cember 6 to 9. Inclusive, in this city. Is a
silver cup donated yesterday by G. Helt
kemper Company, to be awarded for the
best three boxes of Wagner apples.
Boxing and Wrestuno.
Vancouver Athletic Club vs. Multnomah
Athletic Club at the club gymnasium. Six
fast matches. General admisslorT 11.00.
Reserved seats 11.50. ,
"Letterts" diamond engagement rings,
finest quality, all sizes; every stone guar
anteed, prices 125 to 1500.' 272 Wash. st.
Wtnkoop. the roofer, removed to 647
First street. Telephone Main 2632, .
RESCUE 'WORK TO CFLIFT PORT
Wltb "PnTlty" as . Her Motto, Mrs,
. Florence Roberts Will labor
Mrs! Florence Roberts, from Chittenden,
Cal.. and better known among the large
cities of California as "Mother Roberts."
came to Portland yesterday, and. is stay
ingat the Portland Hotel. "Mother Rob
erts" came to this city at the request
of the Pacific Coat Rescue and Protec
tive Association, and will remain here
several weeks, carrying on her work of
uplifting the youth of the city. .
This is the first time Mrs. Roberts has
worked outside the State of California.
During her stay here she. w..l carry on
her general rescue work among the young
people, ahd particularly among the girls.
"Absolute purity and no double stand
ard." is ber motto.
"I confine my work to no particular
line." said Mrs. Roberts yesterday. "I
work wherever there is a chance to up
lift and save mankind. I will work in
the alums or among any class of people
that need me. I have spent most of my
life In this cause, and I feel I have saved
many. a young person from ruin.
"I work particularly among girls and
bovs at the age of about 13 or 14 years.
y It is at this age that girls especially are
susceptible to the call of evil, and ir they
can be tided over the age of transition
they are generally safe after that. Most
girls go astray through ignorance, and
because they do not realize what the final
outcome of the evil deeds will be.
"In the majority of cases, both among
the high and low classes of people, the
parents are to blame for the waywardness
of their children. Such parents deserve
the severest kind of censure.. I endeavor
to impress upon girls that some day they
will be the mothers of boys and irls,
and they should try to lead the kind of
lives that will enable them to instruct
their offspring correctly."
Mrs. Roberts brings with her letters ot
commendation of her noble work from
many high state and city officials, and
from officers of Institutions. Among those
who especially commended her are: Gov
ernor J. N. Gillett, Lieutenant-Governor
Warren R. Porter, wardens of the Cali
fornia, prisons: Holla and Rellly, Judges
Lawler and Lindsey and the Pastors'
Union of California. Mrs. Roberts re
ceives no salary for her work, but states
she accepts contributions to use in her
CANBY PRUNE CROP HEAVY
Salem Firm Closes Bfg Deals for
OREGON C1TT. Or., Nov. 17. (Spe
cial.) J. ,F. Jones, buyer for THIson &
Company (Incorporated), prune dealers
of Salem, was In Canby on Tuesday clos
ing up his affairs with the prune dryers
of Canby. Mr. Jones has purchased the
SO.ono-pound crop of dried . prunes from
This company has .purchased 150 tons
of dried prunes from Canby this year.
From thej Riverside- Fruit Company 75
tons were ' purchased, -and from A. J.
Burdette. W. W. Jesse. Mr. Snell. F.
Hampton, 75 tons more were bought.
Many of these prunes have already''
reached their destination In Europe, and
many more will soon be shipped to East
Tillson & Company this' year purchased
the entire crop of the Rosedale & Lib
erty ranches near Salem, amounting to
over 5.000,000 pounds. The company,
with Its headquarters at Salem, gives
employment to about 75' people' during
the packing season.
TONSEfH FLORAL CO.
Sa Morrison street., Marrjuam bldg.,
cut flowers and flowering plants every
day from our 'conservatories. Phones:
Main 5102. A. 110.
WHEREJTO DINE. .
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restaurant. Fine private apart
ments for ladies. S05 Wash., near 5th at.
FESTIVAL IS HURT
President of Rose Carnival Is
sues Caution. x
PERSONAL " GAIN OBJECT
rronmter- or ' Advertising . and
Money-Making Schemes .Scored
for Exploitation Plans Which
Injure Work of Committee.
Much difficulty is being encountered by
the ways and means committee of the
Rose Festival In its canvass of funds
, na-v4- aiAhnitinn because of the
I numerous advertising schemes which are
r . . . , . . l ..1 oraln nt
being -exploited xor me irciwuai
the promoters. It has been a source of
constant annoyance and necessitated end
less correspondence and explanation on
the part of President Hoyt for the reason
that these persons ' have openly repre
sented themselves as part and parcel of
the Rose Festival.
Some of them are working schemes for
selling costly engraved invitations, oth
ers are getting out colored or pictorial
envelopes: still others are soliciting ad
vertising space in folders and a large va
riety of exploitation schemes through
which they are collecting a great deal of
"We regret very much that there are
persons who will resort to such methods
to" injure the Rose Festival," said Presi
dent Hoyt last night. "Their schemes
serve only to put us in a bad light with
a great many citizens who are only too
eager to assist us. but who, like every
one else, do not like to be imposed on.
"Our ways andmeans committee is
meeting with splendid success in raising
a fund for the 1910 Festival. Every
where we are meeting with a most kindly
feeling, but It is most disheartening to
find that such misrepresentations are be
The one great principle from which
the Festival, has 'never vartod, is that
everything we plan to give Ls to be ab
solutely free. This includes the parades,
the big pageants.' the rose exposition, the
Areworks 'and. In fact, all parts of our
week's programme. There ls not a
scheme connected with our celebration
from which we derive a cent of revenue,
and we are relying entirely upon the
Kgratulty of the public for the success, of
Public Is Cautioned.
'Tor this reason, I desire to caution
the public that all "who desire to con
tribute to the Rose Festival fund should
withhold patronage from any and all of
these personal and money making
schemes and contribute only to the duly
accredited members of our ways and
means committee. Our committeemen are
provided with official blank forms In
serial and book form and cannot be mis
taken. Those of us who are being held
responsible for the success of our next
Rose Festival feel that it is only fair
to the people of Portland that this situ
ation should be made clear.
"A great many people have been ap
proached by outsiders who are trying to
make financial capital out of the Rose
Festival, but If this word of warning ls
borne in mlnd.'nobody who desires to as
sist us financially need be deceived."
FORM CLUB FOR NEWSBOYS
Portland "Xewsies" to Have Society
of "Children of Republic."
The November . meeting of the local
chapter of the-Daughters pf the American
Revolution, was held yesterday afternoon
at the residence, of Mrs. Walter F. Bur
rell, on Hawthorne avenue. At that time
plans were formulated to Institute a Na
tional society of "Children of the RepuBs
11c,'' which will be In behalf of Portland
newsboys. - The Idea ls to instill pat
riotism In the boys, to make them loyal
American citizens. -
About 100 boys wil comprtee the club,
which will meet Saturday afternoons
from 1 to 2 o'clock et . the People's In
stitute. The newsboys will form their own com.
mlttees, have their own grievance com
mittee and on each occasion give a
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A NICE DIAMOND IS THE
Our constant endeavor is to have nice Diamonds and sell
them at reasonable prices. It is a well-known fact that
we sell more Diamonds than any jeweler in the city.
There must be a reason.
IN OUR NEW STORE -
I We have a large Diamond Display Room; it's at your dis-
, posal. We will be glad to
you the dirierence in Diamonds ; also to
show you our immense stock of loose and
mounted Diamonds, and quote you prices
which cannot be equalled
your advantage to call and
see ns before yon buy.
f largest diamond
DEATHS IN.OREGOF 1
pledge to the American flag. A member
of the D. A. R. will also preside at each
meeting. Professor Robert Krohn ' has
volunteered hts services and will give a
half hour drill in gymnastics.
CIVIL WAR .VETERAN DEAD
Mathcw Gray Aldrlch, , Multnomah
County Pioneer, Dies at "Tremont.
Mathew Gray Aldrlch, who died at the
age of 76 years at his home at Tremont
Saturday, was a veteran of the Civil War
and had resided in Multnomah County
for SO years. He was a native of Illinois
and- had. received his education at The
Washington University, St. Louisj
For four consecutive terms Mr. Aldrtfch
was County Superintendent of Schools in
Randolph County. wheYe he was born. At
the breaking out of the Civil 'War he
moved to Iowa., enlisting as a private in
Company A. Twenty-sixth"Iowa Infantry,
serving to the close of the war.
At the battle of Atlanta his, clothing
was riddled by Confederate bullets, his
arm being badiy scattered. A'ter a brief
stay in the hospital he rejoined his com
mand and went on the famous .march to
The funeral was held Sunday. f.he Rev.
C. B. Cllne officiating. Interment was
made in 'the Multnomah Cemetery.
MISS LUC IN DA HENRY WEDS
Niece of Portland Man Is Bride of
Homer Keeney. 1
A pretty wedding celebrated nast night
was that of Miss Lucinda Patricia Henry
and Dr. Homer I. Keene?. which took
place at the home of the bride's uncle,
Charles K. Henry, In Irvlngton. v
Owing to the recent death of Mr.
HenryB son. Charles W: Henry, only
relatives and immediate friends were
.Rev.- Mry Deeney, - of San Francisco,
performed the ceremony. There were no
The bride is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George Henry. '
Dr. Keeney Is a graduate Of the Lni
f nOTin and .Teffesson Medical
College of Philadelphia, and a pYominentJ
Portland physician. -
Dr. and Mrs. Keeney left last evening
for a trip to California. -
SHORE DINNER TOMORROW
Sw'etland Is serving a "Down East
Shore Dinner" every Friday. Menu con
sists entirely of fresh and salt-water
fish and shellfish, our popular clam
chowder heading the bill. A la carte 11
to 2:30 and from '6 to 7:30 at the special
price of 50c. Shetland's, Morrison near
4th. "A different place to, eat." v
' CHHiSTMAS PHOTOS.
Pictures' takfn at Aune, Columbia bldg.,
between now and Christmas, will be
finished promptly regardless of weather.
Spokane Minister to Preach Here.
Dr. J.' Whitcomb Brougher, of the
White Temple, "will preach next Sunday
at the First Baptist Church of Spokane,
Wash., and the pulpit of the First Church
here will be filled by the Spokane pastor,
t-- t w 1,'ramAr T.T). Dr. Kramer will
also ppeak at the T. M. C. A. Sunday
afternoon. Dr. Brougher. with -President
L. W. Riley, -of jjlcMinnville college, ana
Dr. Whitman, - pastor of the First Bap
tist Church of Seattle, are engaged in
a two weeks' tour of the state of Wash
ington In an effor.t to raise a $50,000 en
dowment fund for McMinnville College.
Dr. Brougher ls expected back sometime
Cold-Storage Plant Planned. .
KLAMATH FALLS, Or., Nov. IT. Un
der the management of John H, Hill,
senior member of the Holcomb Realty
Company, of this city. It ls believed that
a JcOOO cold storage plant will be built
here as soon as the plans can be matured
and the material assembled. The new
plant .will prove a boon to producers.
Rack Springs Coal.
The best house coal.. Liberty Coal &
Ice Co., exclusive agents, 2o North
Fourteenth street. Main 16C2 A 313S.
Cargoes anthracite and English cart
nel coal discharging: now. A. H. Edlef
Ffn. thp fuel htfin. Cham, of Commerce.
CCHWAB PRINTING CO
OSOLICITS YOUR PATRON ACE
2 .4.-7 STARK. STREET
ONLY KIND TO HAVE
have yoit call and explain to
It will be to
AFTER the cientist has re
r paired the damage your
teeth have suffered through
neglect, the daily use of
f . LVQ31 S
will cleanse, preserve and
beautify them, without in
jury; and impart, purity
d fragrance to the breath.
' V. Centemeri A Co.'s Kid Gloves,
$1.00 to $4.00.
Lastforever Hosiery. 25c, 35c
La Tvcf Corsets, f 1.25, S5.50.
F. P. YOUNG
tOO Morrison St., Bet. 4th and 5th.
The Corbett Bldg.
$9.00 Bags All
They com .to us direct from the
factory. A most beautiful assort
ment; best sizes and good styles
in walrus, goat seal, gray and
brown hippo. Imported Morocco,
patent leather and plpskln. All
are leather lined and have full
length pocket and coin jiurse.
Every one a gem worth regular
6.00, 17.50 and JO.00. Special this
E. W. Baltes
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First and Oak
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No matter what others have told
vou, perhaps they were not competent.
It will cost you ABSOLUTELY NOTH
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We also supply the -very BEST
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MOST REASONABLE PRICES IN
Hours: A. M. to 6 P. M.
Saturdays till 10 P. M.
Sundays and evenings by appointment.
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334 WASHINGTON ST.
Opposite Hotel Imperial.
tor Daticing, Deportment
and Physical Development
Christenaen' Hall can be rented, flrst
cla affair only. For terms apply to Mr.
Chrlatensen, office at' hall., corner Eleventh
and Yamhill streets, Portland, Oregon.
Ehones. Main 6017. A 40 80.' -
"GOLD SEAL" OIL CLOTHING
Dead grass color.
Keeps the water out.
For sale by all 'dealers.
Goodyear Rubber Co.
8t, 63, IS, 67 Fourth St. '
Clark Wireless Stock
Clark Wireless, 22 Cents Per Share
Clark Wireless, 22 Cents Per Share
Clark Wireless, 22 Cents Per Share
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When the print blurs or runs
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Ktitnt in Oregon. Write for illus
trated circular. Keeley InstHnt.
71 F 1 1 til N.. Portland. Orecon
certificates of deposit.
You will be interested to know .
that ive have more safes and .
vaults in daily use than all other
companies' combined. Wc guaran
tee our safes to be superior to all
Portland Safe Company ;
agents' for tho Hprrlnsr-Hall-Marvln"
Safe Contpanv, manufacturers of th
genuine Hall's Safe &. Lock Company
safes and vaults.
92 Seventh Street
Optimos a Year
Isn't that the best proof that you could
ask of the Optimo's quality,-tk:rty mil
lions sold a year ?
For many yinrs. the Optimo has .
been tiie- bost-sellins all-Havana cigar '
n;ade. And quality sells it. For smoker ..
delight in the rich, delicious flavor and
the rare aroma the choicest Havana leaf ,
Strictly hand made, by the finest cigar-
makers we can hire in Cuba. Test the
Optimo to-day. Smoke one and see if it
isn't the utmost in cigars.
At any good .tor.
From 3 for 2 5o ua
THE HART CIGAR CO, Distributors, Portland, Oregon
Is especially valuable during the Sum
mer season, when outdoor occupations
and sport, are most In order.
GRASS STAINS. MUU STAINS AND"
yield to It. and It ls particularly agree
able when used In the bath after vio
iU. GROCERS AND DRUGGISTS.
(12.00 Full Set of
Crown, and Uriels.,
work. S3. GO.
Boom 403, 1 Dekra.
Opes EveaUas. xtli 7.