Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, November 14, 1910, Page 7, Image 7

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    THE MORXIXG OREGOXIAy. MONDAY, yOVEMBER 14. 1910. ' .
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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
BEGOXlAJfjriXErHOXES.
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City clrcalstMB Mala To.J A
fn., Edilor MslB T2 A 22
Susu bui.dina-s Mam Tu.O A aws
HF.IWO THEATER Tth Bn4 T1"T
I- W!f liopcr wlta LOW" -il
TM musical plar. "A MaUno Id-"- 1
Blt St li O'CUXk.
St'.NOALOW THEATER (TlHl BOO
Mnrrtsoo 'Kra TVIsss of ths Cabbaso
J'a-.cn." Tonight al k-lS o'clock.
OKPHEITH THEATER Mon-lsoa. botsoa
tsisto and evonh VsurtoTlllo. Trils ofl
eraooa at 2. IS nt tomcat at
GRAND TRKATER (Par and Wasatof
toa Vaodsvlllo. Thl aXlarnooa at 2.1X
tonight at and a.
X.TRIC THEATER ? n Bud Aldr
Armstrong Musical (omlr Company la
rror Dsy- This aftsrnooa at S.JO, to
Bicbt at 7-50 and S.
TAX THEATER l-ark aad Washington!
Mofln pK-turs. Continuous, from 1:30
ta JO.iu I-. M.
Sotth East 8m Wats Coxima
to aIeet. Trio aater ctm-ml'tee from ho
EouLn East SWo mill bo called toa-elner
this rrk br the- chairman Ben Ries
land whan plans will ta adopted to (tet
ths system of relnforci-ia- mater mains
under construction. Mr. Rleaiand said
j-estenlar that it's committee will ap
pear befora th "tVator Oxnmtttee. at It
rext meeting:, and urco that Immediate
fepa bo taken to Install ttw system of
water main, accrtrdtna to tho plans
which are rllrl with the. Water Oom-
mltteo so that a shirts so In Kellwood.
1 vaniioe and other sections of ths East
t-!V will bo avoided next season. The
on!T modi fixation of ths general srMem
of water mains Will be tn the lirrt main
t'ist la pnr"-,-l for "Mount 8-.rt d
trit. It will not be extended beyond
firar's Crossing, mm the people beyond
voted aramM annexation and will not be
In tl. city.
Runes fr.rn.un Tmrtc "Our Pns-u-s-plopl
was the topic of Kev. Charles T.
MrPherson"e sermon at the rpworth
Vetl-odlM v hurrh yesterday. He said A
man's riches can be measured only by
what he lo shle to approprtsie. 'Hjet ns
give our imaginations the wings of the
snjrel in Richter's Apologue." said the
upesker. wMch Is represented as once
citrine a man up Into lnrtnlm space
and moving with him from itaiaxy to
galaxy until the hum An heart fainted,
sod cried. -Fnd is there none of ths
univene of God?" The argel stiswered.
End Is there none." Yet In the pres
ence of the measureless universe of
wheellnr worlds, the spostte Paul greets
every Cftrwlan with the triumphant
words, twice repeated. 'All things are
yours'."
BnLt)!!i Frwt Osows The binldln
tmd of the V'eftminister rresbyterlan
Church, for the new atone edifice grows.
It has now reached P".1 snd no csn
sss for funds has been started, but
only the preliminary srranrments have
been made. Dunns the week the block
of (-round on which the new edifice will
stand, will be transferred to the trustees
br C. X. lArrabee. the owner, for tJft.
ftW. Mr. Laxrabee will subscribe XVA
towsrdthe new building;. The prewnt
church property on Esst Tenth and
IVeidler streets Is an aseet. that will be
dlKposed of at a later date. Rev. Henry
Xarcotte. the pistor. expresses hlm
s:f as pleased with the outlook for the
r.tw church. A bulldlnf committee will
be Appointed and plans secured.
Ths attractive nw dlnlncroom. up
stairs at ths 'Woman Kxchanite. Is
drawinsr Urfro crowds dally. Business
men hsve always found the Exchange
the ideal place in Portland for a splen
did luncheon. SojmethiEt- of a novelty
has been added to (he Exchange this
month. This la a pretty room which Is
rented for card parties, informal teas,
etc. The luncheon for today follows:
0ster soup, boiled salmon and rait
sauce, chicken a la Ktntr. lamb chops
and mashed potatoes, cold roast beef
or ton-rue with potato aalad. lettuce and
nut sandwiches, sspsragus salad, wild
blackberry pte with whipped cream, rtoe
puddlns; and Jelly-roll.
"Faab A dKtertisers." Ap fun Topic
fake advenlMnc and lake advert leers
will be the subiect discussed at the
regular meeting of the Portland Ad Club.
"Wednesday at the Hotel Oregon Grill.
1. Samuel will preside. Charles V. Berg
will lead the talkfejit- According tn the
lnvttxuon lent to the members by the
committee a thunderblast Is expected.
In the absence of Secretary Johnston.
Actirg Secretary Hard, st A ass or
Maui Kl. should be notified whether
members will be preepnt or not.
Masons to Hear Ltcc-rcBS, Dr. David
son Buchanan, the well-known lecturer,
will lecture before Washington Lodpe of
Masons, at its hall. East Eighth and East
n ail. n- . Tnnajli nicht. on tile
subject, The Travels of a Mason In1
Foreign Laads Athena snd India. To
members of the order, this lecture is said
to bo the most interesting of Lr.
Buchanan's serieev
TmgpciRART CnosswAUCs Bra-T on
East Morriscx. Vor accommodation of
ttie public, temporary crosswalks have
been built on East Morrison street, be
tween East Eleventh and East Twentieth
streets. Ernst Morrison street Is being
paved by ths I'aclne Bridge Company,
and waa torn up In the grading when
tie storm caused suspension of sork.
Arr-riojf Saub. The entire stock snd
equipment of the East Portland K'dlng
ft, nol to be sold st public auction with
out reserve to the highest bidder at
Kramer's Riding School. Sixteenth and
Jefferson: commencing Tuesday. No
vember 16. at 1 P. M. sharp: consisting
of horses. English saddles, bridles, har
ness, etc, etc.
"ljvi: Wire' Meeting Piaxneow The
committee appointed to arrange a pro
gi amine for a "live wire" meeting De
cember 1. under auspices of the Brooklyn
Improvement Club, will meet tonight In
the office of A. A. Hoover, corner bul
Tenth and Brooklyn streets', to complete
the programme.
Dtmtai. Woke at the Dextai, college.
The annual session of North Pad tic
College has begun. Patrons and friends
desiring dental work can be accommo
dated, corner Fifteenth and Couch sts.
Telephone Main 13.
Cox Thanks Guild. Chief of Police
Cox yesterday expressed the" thanks of
the Pol'ce Department to the Needle
Work Guild for the supply of warm
underclothing sent to the -somen's ward
of the City JaiL
Loans Qvicklt Closed.
Have money to loan In amounts of 11000
and up on good improved city property.
Current rates. A. II. Blrrell Company,
McKay bldg-. Third and Stark sis.
Havtso secured more rooms to facili
tate my steadily-increasing business, am
ready to execute your orders" in short
tune notice. V. Kaspar. ladles' tailor,
4UI-MSH117 Merchant Trust bldg.
A. V-TrLLB-vsriKR. SO Alder, near Third.
AU grades of American watches and
Jewelry.
Dn Fir Wood. Willamette Fuel A
Eupply Company. Main A
Ca. . C. Eicvx. Etb. Ear: Marquaan.
NEW LAWS TO BE ARGUED
State Bar Association to Discuss In
itiative Measures.
D'scusaioa of the recently enacted
tnitlstlva measures will take up part of
tlve time of the members of the Oregon
date Bar Association at the annual
session In the Federal courtroom next
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Several of the speakers will talk on
the features of the initiative legislation
' In the abstract, but It is expected that
tney. also will taks up the consideration
rf s-mmI a? Jnm eoTieests measures that 1
will become laws as results of last Tues
day's election.
The annual address will be delivered
bv Freri v. Holms n of Portland, presi
dent of the association. His theme will
b Oregon's legislative methods, but it
la not his purpose to commend or criti
cise, merely analyzing the system from
m tudlclsl Btsndrjoint-
One of the invited guests will be Judge
Huenke. of Spokane, who la expected to
make one of the Important addresses.
This la tn accordance with the custom
of the association of inviting a lawyer
or a Jurist. from a neighboring state to
meet with them and to take part In the
programme.
i c veasie of this city, will speak
on "Single Tax." not from the point of
view of an advocate of that system, but
for the purpose of presenting the ideas
of one who has studied it from nil sides.
F W. Hsrdy snd a number of others
will discuss various phases ot recent leg
Ulsf ton
The first business session will be held
Tuesdsy morning with Mr. Holman pre
SPOKANE MIllsTER GETS CALL
TO PORTLAAD CBl'RCH.
Rev. K. L. Flowse.
Rev. E JU House, now of Ppo
kane and formerly pastor of tho
First Congregational Church of
Portland, has been extended a
unanimous call to become pastor
of the Hassalo-street Congrega
tional Church of the East Plde.
and the members have hopes that
he will accept.
On Sunday. November . Kev.
Mr. House preached in the Ha-salo-street
Church morning and
evening by invitation, the audi
torium being filled to its full
rapacity, Thursday. November
10. ths congregation assembled
and voted to give him an
unanimous csJL Tha reply is ex
pected this week.
Rev. Mr. House is one of tha
leading Congregational ministers
on the Coast. He is well known
in Portland, where ha waa pastor
of the First Congregational
Church for a number of years,
and ha will receive a hearty wel
come back to Portland if ha de
rides to accept the call. Kev.
George E. Paddock, who waa tha
pastor, waa appointed state mis
sionary, and resigned to accept
the place. Testerday Rev. T. B.
Ford, former pastor of the Sun
nyslde Methodist Church, occu
pied the pulpit of tha Hsssalo
etreet Church morning and even
ing. siding. Jerry Bronaugh. of Portland, is
the secretary. At the annual election
of officers it Is likely that Charles J.
Schnabel. of this city. who. for 15 years,
hns served as treasurer of the associa
tion, will be elevat-d to the presidency.
Tho session will close Wednesday
evening with a banquet at the, Commer
cial Club.
POLICE ARREST NEGRESS
Woman Believed to Be Person Pick
ing Pockets on Strejta.
A much-sought criminal is believed to
Ks in eiistod'v at tha City Jail in ths
person of Edna Bell, a negress. arrested
by Policemen Martin and Shaffer, at
West Park and Everett streets Saturday
night. The officers are confident that
t h nrlsoner is the woman of whom not
lesa than a doien complaints of robbery
ha Keen made In the last three months
by men accosted on tho streeL
At regular intervals ,oi aoout a -m
a report haa been received at police
headquarters of a mysterious negress
i smn man in eonversa-
W IIU
tlon. has lured him to a shadowy place
and picked his pockets. The locality of
the thefts has constantly shifted, but
within narrow limits, between the vicin
ity of Fourth and Yamhill streets and
Uie north park blocks.
i i ., mmfh new comnlalnt. rjlaln-
clothcs officers have frequented the
scene of the theft, but without success
In cstchlng the woman at ncr wora.
Saturday night Martina and Shaffer aaw
the Bell woman accost a man under the
trees nesr the Custom-House and placed
her unuer arresu
"ARABIAN NIGHTS" FRIDAY
TUe Famous ltnsaian Dancers Will
Open Opera Season at Baker.
TCoe tho onentnr night Of tha "song-
less opera" birds, the big- reature of
the programme will be the wonderful
ly beautiful rendition of the "Arabian
.,-. v.- hai-fer especially arranred
by Mlkall Mordkln himself for this
season in .New lora auu mi
The famous Russian dancers oome to
.w- n,k,p Theater In three nro-
grammea next Friday evening. Satur
day matinee and evening uuuor u m
rectlon of Lois Steers-Wynn Coman.
This is the Brst chance and It may be
the last for many years that Port
land -has ever had of seeing one of
the world's most sensational successes
in tha first flush of Its American trt-
w aa it l m lov to know that
nmpn. - ' --
ths production here will be exactly as
It waa given in new ior " -
aa-o. and as it Is especially arranged
for its four weeks' season there later
loathe Winter.
HOLD-UP'S WOUNDS FATAL
Msn Found on Street, Shot Through
Intestines, Dlea After Operation
ccAtvrTE- XT aw llThAmu W slsh.
a longshoreman, aged 48. died on tha
operating table in the City Hospital Sat
urday, failing to revive after being op
crated on for wounds inflicted by hold
up men.
Walsh was found lying In the street,
terribly bruised and at first wss sup
posed to have been run aver by an
automobile. Before being operated on
he ssid that he had been beaten and
robbed by two men. Walsh had been
shot through tha intestines.
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CROWD SEES DEATH
Charles Sutter, Lineman, Is
Electrocuted by Live Wire.
THRONG WAITS TWO HOURS
Man Who Is Only Support of Wid
owed Mother Meets Tragic End.
Fcllow-Workcra Strive In
Vain to Save ' Life.
Nearly a thousand morbidly curious
persona impatiently waited for almost
two hours in the chill, damp air and
trampled over the wet walks and lawns
at Morrison and Fourteenth streets to res
a man die yesterday evening.
The mcui was Charles Sutter, a ground
man for the Portland Railway. Light A
Tower Company, who received 1300 volts
of electricity through, his body at a few
minutes before 4 o'clock. Physicians and
frlw employes worked hard and Inces
santly to restore life. At (:40 he dU?d.
Sutter, the only support of his widowed
mother, who lives on Mount Scott, near
Stewsrt station, was assisting a crew
of men under the direction of George
New. foreman, to remove the overhead
wires that have been replaced with un
derground conduits. All day the men
had been engaged ih this occupation,
each time, before taking down a wire,
applying the customary test of placing
the back of the hand against it to learn
whether it was "hot."
This test wss made on tha wire with
which Sutter was working, and found to
be "dead." Sutter waa then given In
structions to remove it. Edward Chap
man, a lineman, who was working on a
pole near by. and "Red" Welsh, who wss
on a pole two blocks away, released the
wire so thst tha msn on the ground
might handle It.
A hiss and a scream, . followed by a
shuffle and a dull thud. ' startled Chap
man. He saw Sutter lying motionless
on tha sidewalk. He descended the pole
Other linemen came up. They saw the-t
soma Ufa remained.
Gustavo Ludwlgs. who was passing on
the opposite aide of the street, also heard
the scream. He saw the man fall and
tha wire dangling beside him. Two
physicians were called, who applied
various professional means of artificial
respiration and tha men practiced the
methods that they are taught to use In
eaaea of electrocution. The men worked
In relays tn raising and lowering his
arms and In relaxing and contracting his
chest with their hands.
Fearing that the delay necessary in
taking him to the hospital would be dan
gerous, tha men improvised a bed from
tha cushions of handy automobiles and
performed their services out In the open,
on the sidewalk. Nearly every person
passing that way stopped. Soon a larre
crowd waa congregated.
Several times the man showed stems of
revivification and seemed to make an ef
fort to talk. His struggles were pain
ful, but the throng, which was composed
In a large part of women, hung on. The
police had difficulty in keeping them
from pushing up suralnst the doctors and
the men whs were making futile attempts
to restore life
New waa almost heartbroken. He has
been foreman of the crew for two years
and this waa the first accident to befall
any of them. It became his sad duty
to Inform tha mother that her son had
been killed. She waa prostrated with
grief.
Sutter was about AO years of age and
had been working in his late capacity
for eight months. He was one of the
most careful workmen and always took
unusual precautions for his own life and
safety, on account of the dependence
placed In him by his mother.
PIPE 15 READY TO TEST
BtXIj HVS SUPPLT LXNE MAK
ING PROGRESS.
Five and a Half Miles Ready for
"Water and Seven Miles More
Are "Sear Completion.
Five miles and a half of the new Bull
Run water pipe line, which is now being
constructed from four miles east of
Gresbam to the head works, a distance
of J4 miles in all, will be tested wish run
ning water some time this week. More
than seven miles of the work have been
completed and seven more miles are
nearing completion.
All of the five and a half miles lies
within what Is known as the Sandy Rivet
district, two and a half being four miles
from Grashara and three being at the
other end of the Sandy River section
Sixty per cent of the piping is either in
the ground or alongside the ditch which
is being constructed. Only 30 per cent of
the piping remains, to be delivered and
that can be had from the manufacturer
in tha next 90 days.
Inspecting Engineer Clarke, of the City
Water Board, last night declared that
the work of constructing the new line la
progressing satisfactorily and is beyond
the anticipations of those In charge. He
looks for further advancement during
tha next SO daya and believes that the
taxnayers hava no reason to complain
with regard to tha kind and rapidity of
construction of the new line. While rain
in a messurs retards the work, the con
tractor, the Schaw-Batcber Company, has
kept its force at work every hour from
the start, regardless of rain or wind.
During tha past week 300 men were en
gaged.. They were distributed on the five
sections into which tha company haa di
vided the work, there being an equal
number at the first section, four miles
east of Greaham. in two camps stationed
on the Bandy River and the two from
Bull Run to the headwords. rne entire
work ceJla for l,7a) linear feet of ditch
ing, of whlc hall that lies from Sandy
River to the headworks Is largely com
posed of solid rock and is very difficult
to handle. Moat of the pipe to be test
ed next week lies in the rock district of
tha contract. From tha Sandy River to
Greaham the ditch has to contend wun
gravel and many boulders.
J. R. Bowles, chief representative of
the Schaw-Batcher Company, said last
night: "We expect to finish the work in
plenty of time. The contract calls for
completion on October 1, 1911. While we
shall test five miles of the work next
week, we shall have another Ave miles
ready in the coarse of 10 or 30 days. We
ought to nave i- nuirn . ...
Tha Policy ho Idora' Cornpavny
Is Best for
Qrcgonljfc
part of the coming year. We are pleased
with the outlook and ths work is really
going along faster than we expected
when we took the contract. By the way,
no one in Portland has any idea of the
difficulty encountered in the construction
of a ditch -from the Sandy River to the
headwaters. For miles it is nothing but
solid rock and of course the construction
goes along slowly. However, we are
ahead of the time we assigned for this
section of the world"
The last estimate of the work by the
Water Board engineer was made Novem
ber 8. There will be a meeting of the
City Water Board during the coming
week to consider the report and d lacuna
matters pertainirTg to the contract.
WIILLIAM M. MANNING DIES
Veteran of IS Battles of Civil War
Gone at Age of 64.
William M. Manning, who came to Ore
gon in 1S! and settled on a homestead
In Washington County, died at 1 o'clock
yesterday morning at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. H. O. Proebstel, Second
and Taylor streets. Mr. Manning lived
In Washington County eight years, after
which he went with his family to live
on a ranch near North TamhllL For tha
last seven years he has lived in Portland.
He was a veteran of the Civil War,
enlisting August 15. 1S62, when he was
only IS years old. He served with Com
pany B. of the Twelfth Regiment, eecona
Brigade, second division, of the Twenty-
fourth Army Corps. West Virginia Vol
unteers. He waa engaged In IS battles,
and at the close of the war was honor
ably discharged.
Mr. Manning was born In West Vir
ginia. June 31. 1846. In January. 18b8
he married Miss Annie Varley, who sur
vives him. They had eight children, six
of whom are living, these being: John,
of Napavine, Wash.: SamueL of T aco
rn a ; William, of Taroma; George, of Se
attle: Mrs. A. J. Hlndle, of Anacortes,
Wash., and Mrs. H. O. Proebstel. of
Portland. He was a member of the L
O. O. F., and of the Friend's Church.
Interment will be at Rivervlew Ceme
tery.
FEDERAL COURT TERM ON
Case Against Fred Gray, Charged
With Operating "Fake" Business,
The Fall terra of Federal Court will
commence In the United States court
room, Postoffice building, this morning
with the reporting of a trial Jury. The'
first case to be called Is thst of Fred
B. Gray, charged with the operation of
a fake commission house.- If the de
fendant fails to materialize his cash
bond of $1000. deposited by bis wife will
Immediately be declared forfeited.
Due to the fact that the rooms will
be occupied Tuesday and Wednesday
by the sessions of the Oregon 8tate Bar
Association, the actual trial of cases will
go over to Thursday, says United States
District Attorney McCourt. The first
case on the calendar after the Gray
case Is that, of Charles F. Bowers,
charged with passing counterfiet coin
age. Mr. McCourt states that he will brook
no failures to appear on the part of
prospective jurors. Bench warrants will.
he states, be Issued for those who have
been summoned tend fall to materialize.
PICTURE SHOWS OPPOSED
Sunnyslde Mothers' Club Objects to
Opening In Suburbs.
The Mothers' Club of the Sunnyslde
School has taken action against the open
ing of the proposed motion-picture shows
In Sunnyslde. on the ground that they
are not conducive to the moral develop
ment of the children of the neighbor
hood. Three shows are planninrr to open
In Sunnyslde and the club will make a
determined fight against them.
A special meeting of the Sunnyslde
Push Club will be held Wednesday night
in the office of Dr. J. A. Pettit, Belmont
and East Thirty-fourth streets, when
the motion-picture show question will be
considered. Proprietors of the proposed
shows will be invited to attend and tell
the people what they plan to' do. Mem
bers of the Mothers' Club also are expect
ed to attend and urge their objections.
WHEREJTO DINE.
All the delicacies of tha season at ths
Portland Restaurant. Fine private apart
Dents for ladles. 305 Wash., near eta St.
Plant Slbson's roses. Phone Sellwood SS0.
The
That can be
Made are
roaefe'
CfiacoaLr
That tells us the whole story
Prove this to your own satis-
faction.
Buy a box. today 65c the
pound.
Imperial Candy Co.
Makers of Quality Candy
n
Off;
ome
ice-.
CORBETr BTCTDLDnra.
Coraer Fifth and Morrison Mill lis,
rOBTLAKD, OKEGON.
A. I MILLS Presldest
TU SAMUEL Gonora! afasscsr
CLARENCES. SAMUEL. Asst. Msr.
Oregonians
NEW LINE OF
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It will be to your advantag-e to consult us.
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Phones: A 2281. Main 6231, 388 Taylor Sired
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Bridge work or
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Red rubber platss
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Good rubber plates
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Gold or porcelain
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THE NEW YORK DENTISTS
DR. H. A. STCRDEVAXT. Mgr.
Rour. 8 A. JS. to S P. M.
Sundays. 9 A. M. to 1 P. M.
tailrVrrdnnl. "V.E. Cor. 4th-"Iorrlsoo.
NEW DEPARTURE
Tbe Cost of Interments Have Beea
Greatly Reduced by the Holman
Undertakinc Company
Heretofore it haa been the custom of
funeral directors to make char-res for
all incidentals connected with a funeral.
The Edward Holman Undertaking Com
pany, the leading; funeral directors of
Portland, have departed from that cus
tom. When casket is furnished by us
we make no extra charges for embalm
ing;, hearse to cemetery, outside box or
any services that may be required of
us, except clothing;, cemetery and car
riaeres, thus effecting; a saving; of f25
to $75 on each funeral.
THE EDWARD HOLMAN
UNDERTAKING CO.
D20 THIRD ST.. COR. SALSOX.
Well lnirton.
Rich mond.
Austral tan.
Rock Springs.
SI e n d o t a,
Han naford.
Beaver Hill.
New Castle
and Welsh
Anthracite, a
Bootless coal of which a new cargo is
now due. For prompt delivery of coal
and wood phone East 303 or C 2303.
Bee samples at Meier & Frank's.
Edflesen Fuel Co., Inc.
Largest and Best Equipped Coal Deal
era oa the East Side.
Established 1900.
NETH & CO.
COLLECTORS.
Let os take, charge of your collec
tions. We can" save you money. Main
1796; A 1285.
539 Worcester Bids; Portland. Or.
fCCHWAB PRINTING CO
lOsOLICITS YOU ft PATRONAGE
b-47. STARK STREET
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COAL
SHOPPING BY TELEPHONE
1 "-m' m.
THE telephone has made it possible to do
shopping and marketing satisfactorily,
and vdth comfort, economy and despatch.
Practically every store and shop caters to telephone
trade and pays special attention to telephone orders, so
that telephone buying has become a habit with hundreds
of thousands of people.
"When yon want something that cannot be secured in
your local shops, the Long Distance Service of the Bell
System connects you with the biggest markets of the
country, even ihovgh you are hundreds of miles away.
k The Pacific
& lelegraph Co.
Every Bell Telephone Is the Center
ot the System.
THE NORTH COAST LIMITED
Leaves Portland 7 P. 51.
Via "The North Bank Road" (3. P. & S. Ey.) and Northern. Pacific
NO CHANGE NO DISCOMFOET 70 DELAY
Local travel and local stops eliminated in the interest of time and
comfort of through passengers.
Standard Sleeping Cars; Observation-Library-Buffet Car ,
Most Inviting Dining Car
Carries Standard Sleeping Car passengers for Spokane, Missoula,.,
Butte, Bozeman, Billings, Miles City, Fargo, East
ern Terminals and Beyond.
THE
THEOXJGH
SEEVICE
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A CHRISTMAS EXCURSION TO EUROPEAN POINTS
Via "White Star Line from New York City and Portland, Me. ;
Through Tourist Sleeping Cars From Coast to Coast 3T
Starts November 26. No change of cars. J tTr i
NORTHERN .PACIFIC RAILWAY
Ticket Officer 255 Morrison Street, Portland.
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Portland, Or.
LETTERS
BS-ued by this bank offer a safe and convenient method
it Copying funds for a trip anywhere in this country;
r abroad. They are, in themselves, a letter of intro
duction to any banker and give tbe bearer standing
find credit when among strangers.
GRAND
TRUNK
PACIFIC
DAYLIGHT RIDE TO VICTORIA
t. spatttr WASH. LEAVE VANCOUVER. B.
tZ sndvlt 2 -00 P. Every Monday at 11:00 P. M. Northbound.
Every Sndahybn2d'V ' "" Every Saturday at 2:00 P. M. Southbound.
MEALS AND BERTH INCLUDED NORTH OF VANCOUVER
. Ti.-ifi- coast Commercial Excursion'' to Hawaiian IslanBs and
Rt.n on S . Wnce Rupert" February 2, 1911. Rate $22i00.
For Tickets and Reservations Apply to Local Railway Ticket Agents or
J. H. Burs-la, Genl Agent, First Ave. and Yesler Way, Seattle, Wash.
We are now displaying one of the
largest stocks of fumed oak Furniture
in the West. This rich, practical, in
expensive furniture -is just right for
your hall, living-room, dining-room or
library. - . . .
J. G. MACKS CO. o I
Fifth
8 Stark
Telephone
OF
SOLID
COMFOET
OF CREDIT
rssssr-H1"aAsT s,'''-H;.
-Winter Schedule Effective October 80, 1910. -
Steamships 'Prince Ropart" and 'Prince George
I.T1T?
Victoria, Vancouver and Prince Rupert. Connect
ing at Prince Kupert with "S. S. Prince Albert"1
fnr Stewart and Queen Charlotte Islands.
Fifth
ark