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TIIE MOUSING OKEGOXIAX. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1011.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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Hr.IT.IO THEATER f p.venth and Tavler
rt J'frsnn TV Anrll In th. muai
nl pla- -Tha Beauty Spot." Tonight at
BVTH HtATrn isrt--i:ti and
r-a.) The Bokar Stock ComoaB t
-Tha Man On tha Ttox" tonight at 8:15.
Brxr.ALOW THEATER Twtft" and
Vorrion "Tha Squaw Man." Tonight at
C HEf.M THEATER rcerrtaoa. tj.rw
tjtti and (molb) aode-rti:. This efl
niMa at :IS and tonight at :!&.
CRND THEATER (Park and TVaahtas
li Vaud.vllla. Thla afternoon at :!,
tonlibt at T:M asd B.
tTRrr 1RKTSS (Seventh and M-
I -Tie Comdy Company In "A Mix I'p.
T'ii afternoon at 2:30 and tonight at
K and 9.
TAM THEATER Park and Waahlngtoa
Motion plrturae. Continuous, frona
to 10:30 p. it.
Fiftieth Anniversary Number
Will Be Issued February 4
Price 5 cents. Postage in Uni
ted States, Canada, Mexico and
the Island possessions, 7 cents.
Foreign postage, 14 cents.
AdTTtlaaaaaata Intended for f ft oty
Nmi a Brief eeleannx la laaday'a la.
a aaaat a ended In Taw Oreawelaa
aalaeeei UMa Tr "cteck a a tartar
CtTMouci to Erect Chap ex Aa a re
sult of the recent visit of Archbishop
Christie to Rose City Park, a alte of a
rl:urch and school baa been purchased of
lUrlman Thompson. The tract Is an
acre and a quarter, at the comer of East
Fifty-fourth street and Alameda avenue,
and, a chapel costing; C5t will be erected
at once. A building committee has been
appointed by the parish with Instructional
to proceed with the erection of the
rhanel as soon aa possible. Rev. Father
McDevttt Is the rector appointed to have
eharre of the work In the new parish,
mhk-h la called St. Rose parkh. There
are about it families In the new parish.
Two lfln-hnrsepower horizontal return
tubular boiler, complete with enclosed
type feed water heater, SSxI'ixS Cmlth
Vaikt feed pump. Dodge Injectors, safety
calves, crown valves, sis-Inch header and
all ancle valves, and Wlltlama feed water
regulator, with safety water columns; In
good condition; also, one 13-horsepower
vertical submersed-head, tubular-boiler,
complete with safety valve and fittings.
Including; Buffalo Injector; almost new
ud only a awiort time. For further par
ticular Inquire at room 301 Oregonian
Si-ujvaw GricH Fkwta Tone Subdi
viding the Sullivan t.uloh sewer Into s?c
tlora for the purpose of letting separate
contracts for the work was discussed at
the meeting of the aewer committee of
the executive board yesterday. Estimates
have been completed for the cost of the
first eectlon, which Is to extend from t..e
river to East Twenty-ninth street. For
thla section alone the property ownens
will have to pay more than (3)0.000. The
purpose of dividing the sewer Into sec
tions la to allow small contractors a
chance to compete with those who would
be In position to bid for the entire job.
Year' a Term. Saltojc Tratfi Fatx,-'
"I was a fool.- said Stanley B. Hani,
pleading guilty In the Municipal Court
yesterday morning: to a charge of larceny
which had been reduced from a com
plaint alleging burglary. He was caught
by Detectives Hyde, Pressey. Hellyer and
Moloney robbing a cash register in a sa
loon at Thirteenth and Washington
streets, early yesterday morning. He
had entered the basement and broken
through the floor into the saloon. He
was sentenced to serve a year at the rock
C1A.-e Favor Iocai. Board. The Mount
Srott Oltlsena' League favors the local
Initiative public service commission
measure prepared by A committee from
the push clubs over the Legislative
measure. At a mass meeting held under
Its auspices resolution were adopted en
dorsing the local measure. The reewlu
tlons declare against the plan of placing
the duties In the hands of the State Kail
road Commission. The Woodstock Push
Club also had adopted simiiar resolut'ons.
Mrs. Marcotttj to Rbmaix ix Cali
ftria. Rev. Henry Marcotte. pastor of
Westminster Presbyterian Church. Ilolla
day'a Addition, has taken his wife to
lxwer California, where she will remain
for several months in the hope that a
rhange in climate will benefit her health.
Mr. Marcotte la expected back within
about a week. A letter received yearter
iiy from him statea that Mr. Marcotte
had already been benefited and was In
Mrs. Dtobrt to Br Buried Todat.
Funeral service for the late Mrs. A. J.
Pygrt. who died at Good Samaritan
Hospital yesterday morning, following
an operation, will be held tomorrow
morning from Holman'a undertaking
l-arlora. Her body will be cremated. Mrs.
lvgert Is survived by her husband. A. J.
Dygert. head of a well-known book bind
ery, and a daughter, Mrs. Celeste Bucb
r.r. nnvi to Diaovss rcm rations. The
Portland Woman's Hub will meet Friday
at S P. M. In Women of Woodcraft HalL
'Interior and Mural Decoration will be
the subject for the afternoon and a most
Intereeslng meeting Is assured as Wlll
am R. Moor and H. F. Wants, both of
whom have had wfrle experience and
study In this) work"wlll speak.
' K. It. VlMII. No better. ri H. irgu.
the pioneer who Is helpless from paraly
sis at hiss residence In Holladay'e Addi
tion, was no better yesterdsy. Dr. Dav
Raffertr. who I" attending him. said that
there was complete paralysis of one side
of the body. He appears) to be conscious,
but 1 unable to speak distinctly.
rev. WtiAJAM Parsoxs to I-ectvre.
Rev. William Parsons, of the Third Pres
bvtertan Church, will lecture tonight on
-The Passion Play In the Sellwood
Branch T. M. C. A., under the auspices
of the Christian Endeavor Society of the
Spokane Avenue Presbyterian Church,
tor the benefit of the branch.
IltHWATIXJ' WSLTSS Pt-XtSHED.
Pletro Laplano. arcueed of being an ac
complice of two men who robbed another
near Rlvervaiw Cemetery Wednesdsy
morning, was arraigned In the Municipal
Court yesterday morning on a charge of
vagrancy. He was fined $'. and aent to
the rockplle for to day
Rroadwat Bridosj Is FraJBCT. The
Northeast Side Improvement Association
will hold an Important meeting tonight
In Woodmen hall on Russell street and
Rodney avenue, to discuss the rlght-of-a
ay question for the Broadway bridge.
Avtbr January XI. 1011. carriages, to or
from parties, theaters, etc.. will be n
each way. Round trip or exclusive use.
ji. This rate Includes Inside the two
mile circle. Central Stables. Anderson
Urcei. Portland Carriage Co.
ArrEJt Jaktart n
SOHWAB PRIWTTXO CO.
Will Bsj Located at
5h, stark street.
OM DOOR East or Prssest JUjcatios.
D Sou Cohe TO Ljcad. Services at
Temple Beth Israel tonight will be con'
ducted by D. Soils Cohen. A quartette.
..nrter direction of Mrs. Rose Bloch
Baaer. will give several selections.
a-, Watcw Ttm-TAis.l-io.-C. Chrlitan
asn. d floor corbett bldg. Take elevator.
TV. l IHsrard. tonight. Masonic
Wooaters Xcr aoUons, 4ut Washlnfton.
ArxEOED Thief Takes. Charged wli
stealing a handbag containing tltiOO at
other values, Harry MctJraw was a
tectlve had watched for many hours the
place where he had deposited nis 1001
The handbag was recovered with Its con-
n r - int... f,rv Xfi WSi rrell. ol
Adair. Idaho, was staying at the Ana
cortes Hotel when Mcyraw went there to
visit a friend. It la alleged that he saw
the handbag lying In the woman s room
and carried It away.
v,f T? . bgtti Ovti Each. Th
are the' next bext thine to China pliea
ants. Fancy. fresh dressed Oregon
chickens. 25 cents a pound (no cold stor-
mmm TtthKltM .hif.cnS And Mil ttlO
following meats can be had at every one
of Frank I Smith s 3 manseis. m.o
loBe of mutton, mutton chops, sirloin
steak and round steait are i wui
shoulders of mutton and beef to boil
stew, etc.. for 10 cents; rib steak Is 1'
v., I hreaxt roasts of vea
and o-n roasts of veal are IVi cents
and lb cents. Pot roasts are 11 cents anu
Uli cents. Shoulder roasts of pork are
15 cents and 1JV4 cents, sraiin m purca
kettle-rendered lard, a three-pound pa
a- ..! a evA-nound-Dfl.il for '
n iH a tsn-nound nail for S1.35.
Extra fancy breakfast bacon by the
piece or half piece Is 22H cents. Good
lean bacon Is 20 cents; heavy bacon Is
Avoid coij Storaok Food. The siurest
way to avoid cold storage iooo. if io
tip the beef trust's markets and patron
ise Frank U 8mlth. At any of Smith's
- mork.K oi pan buy absolutely fresh
Oregon ranch egg for 35 cents; other
good eggs are 30 cents, uaaiarm ouuei,
Norway butter and Primrose butter are
two pounds for SO cents. Smith's Clover-
leaf butter, one pounu tor
t.. ,,k r tiisA butters Is guar
anteed free and churned from aweet
cream only a few daya ago.
Alumnae Entertainment Course.
4th number, tonight. Masonic Temple,
Hubbard Lecture-Recitai. tonight at
Masonic Temple. "
TAZWEX.I HELD TO BE UNFAIR
Itefnaal to lleslsn Brings Recital
Jom Simon or Dismissal rom
Office in J02.
Municipal Judge Taxwell was placed In
anything but a favorable light by Mayor
Simon, when the Mayor was asked yes
terday to give has opinion regarding Mr.
Taxwell's refusal to resign from office.
The Msyor haa been slow about express
ing himself on the subject, but when
asked yesterday concerning Mr. Tax
well's charges that the Mayor, when
United Statea Senator, had unjustly dis
charged him. Mr. Simon made the fol
"The office of Municipal Judge carries
a salary of 150 a month. Is an office of
no great Importance and for the few
months that Taawell seeks to hold on to
It. the course adopted by him one would
think hardly Justitled.
'I gather from reading last evening's
Telegram that Judge Taawell now aeeka
to excuse his course in violating his
pledge and refusing to tender his resig
nation as agreed by the statement that
In 19uAj while he was acting as my private
secretary at Washington. D. C, I dis
missed him from my service, implying, if
not directly stating, that the dismissal
waa for an insufficient cause.
"After the lapse of these many years
It seenua hardly necessary for me to re
vamp the grounda for his dismissal or to
Justify my action. It will be conceded by
every fair-minded, peraon. and Indeed It
is universally acknowledged, that the
tenure of office of a private secretary la
the pleasure of the appointing power.
The position Is one of special trust and
confidence and no one will contend that
any reason must be assigned for a
change In the private secretaryship.
"In this connection I think 1 Ought to
call attention to the fact that after leav
ing my service as private secretary he
entered the office of my law firm as
stenographer and remained in Its employ
for aeveral years, and until- he opened
a law office on his own account.
"During all this time he was pretend
ing the utmost friendship and loyalty to
Sfaaletpad J wis George Taiwrll,
Whea Refanal to Realga at May
er's Reqoeat 1 CaaalBg Taraieii.
me. reiterating It when he solicited the
appointment, as Municipal Judge until
"I had no reason to suspect that there
was any unfriendliness to me on hla
part, and I ran only think that the state
ment he row makea that he was unfairly
relieved of his position as my private
secretary In Ifril Is a mere aubterfuge
and a miserable pretense for justifying
has present rourse.7
W. M. LAPP IS PRESIDENT
Colombia Life A Tr-oAt Shows In
TV. M. Ladd was elected President of
the Columbia Life and Trust Company
at the annual meeting of the company
In the tipaldtng building yesterday. T.
B. Wilcox, a P. Lock wood and Edward
Cocklngham were elected Vice Presi
dents and M. M. Johnson. Secretary.
The report of 8. P. Lock wood, the
manager, showed a great Increase of
assets, from :9J.105.JJ to S344.64I.U.
The Insurance In force' la $$.500,000. an
Increase of more than $1,000,000. The
surplus above all policy liabilities Is
I9.:9.!7. an Increase of I14.403.al.
Of the 1200.000 capital stock. 1173.500
waa represented at the meeting.
Reek Sprtaaa CaeJ.
Tbe best bouse coal. Liberty Coal ft.
lee Co, exclusive agents, 31 Nana
JTsarsaeata street. Mala 1443: A 311.
For dry fir and hardwood call E SOS
and C S303. Edlefsen Fuel Co., Inc.
i I'M'"' iV" t
I - ' J
BAILEY IS PITIED
Grand Jury May Advise De
claring Office Vacant.
SHORTCOMINGS ARE PETTY
Not All of Furniture Returned to
State Is of Character Suited to
Actuated by pity, it is probable that
the grand Jury which Is now investigat
ing Uie official acts of J. W. Bailey,
State Dairy and Food Commissioner,
under direction of District Attorney
Cameron, will recommend to the Circuit
Court that Bailey's office be declared
vacant on the ground of his incompe
tency, but that no criminal indictment
will be returned. '
HIt Is hinted that the specific omission
upon which the request will be hinged
Is the failure of Bailey to Issue a
monthly bulletin of foods tested and the
results found, as Is required by the Pure
Food Law of the etate.
Desplte his attempts to explain away
the seeming discrepancies In his ac
counts and his declaration of faith In
his ultimate ability to do so, Bailey, It
Is said, really only excited the pity of
the members of the grand Jury, who rec
ognise In him a man incompetent, by
reason of lack of business knowledge, to
perform properly the duties of State
Dairy and Pure Food Commissioner.
Bailey Is 62 years old and it is argued
that to return an indictment and pro
ceed with a trial which might result In
his incarceration in prison would be un
necessarily severe. In view of the fact
that, so far is known, his financial dis
crepancies have been petty in character.
Indicative of the line of testimony
which haa been given before the grand
Jury Is that of one of Bailey's deputies.
who testified that the Dairy Commis
sioner billed samples of food costing 10
and 16 cents to the state at 40 cents.
It Is said that Bailey was unable really
to explain anything to the grand Jury.
Another discrepancy which has been
found in Bailey's report Is his failure
to return an itemized statement of the
amounts spent In procuring food sam
ples. The furniture which he bought
and took to his home, later returning
It to his office with the declaration
that he bad merely been acting as its
custodian temporarily, la not alt of a
character suited to the needs of an of
fice. This furniture was also paid for
from the Pure Food Fund, in the face
of a provision In the law to the effect
that the money accumulating In such
fund may be used only in the prosecu
tion of food cases.
OPENING MADE POSSIBLE
Last of Fund to Kxtend Washington
Street Is Paid In.
x . t. n .11 f. mtnvl174 AAA
street from Chapman to Washington
streets has been' paid Into the city
treasury, property owners are biui-uub
. ... nn ,n how all of th Port
land Helarhta cara mo down Morrison
and up Washington.
The payment oi jaauu, ine last oui-
anlncr aAmnnt. COtYinlted the
fund yesterday. The promoters have
. . .v n .,m.A Vl w-mm V a r m In 1h WOrk
urtii cun-Bu ........ -
of opening; the street- Their chief mo
tive has been to relieve congeeuun on
Washington street by making a street
car loop possible.
The.flrsl move In the direction of
completing the opening of the street
will be for the city council to uecmc
v.A c em n, a trestle shall be
made across the exposition grounds. It
Is thought that tne city win compiem
Its work by the end of August.
tt. nmT,ttt to whom credit la due
for accomplishing- the opening of the
street Is composea or unaries n.
rell. W. H. Grlndstaff. Leo Frlede, Earl
Bronaugh. W. A. Carter, Dr. iS. -W.
Hutchison. E. E. Lytle, M. JL Spalding,
Nathan Simon, John Corklsh, Lowenson
Brothers, Eugene Richet and Robert
PIONEER OF 1866 IS DEAP
Henry Law son Had Been for 11
Years Resident of Portland.
i. t .v.i .AttA at Rt. Vln-
rtenry wiowi'. " " -. ,
cent's Hospital Wednesday night,, was a
. i . havlnir come to the
pioneer ui ' -r " " --n ------
state In 1S66, when he settled on the
lower Columbia, in came 11 jtois .s
from Stella to Portland, where he lived
Mr Lawson was born in Hamburg,
Germany. October 3, 1834. and came to
America when zs years "'a-" ""'.'
i, nt naV Point. Wash.
Miss fliary - . .. ...
Besides his wife, he Is survived by four
children. William H. Lawson. of Ridge
- . . ... w . vt ... rnrii fanen. of Ore-
gon City, and Elizabeth and Marie Law-
son, of I'ortiana.
Funeral services will be held this af
temoon at 2 o'clock at the family resi.
d'nee. 257 East Thirty-eighth street.
The body will be cremated.
WHERE JO PINE.
aii tum. Amiimfimm tit the season at the
Tertian. i PMtaiiraiiL Fine private apart
ments for ladies; SOS Wash., near 6th St.
Plant Slbson rosea Phone Sellwood 950.
Everybody Admires a
Foa hansbaaHawi. f
l Sanaa aaMaaCaaM. I
37 ttmrr 5 - - HfwibtK.1;
a wtiiioittmiX I
K laJT cf TUmf'i jaW-tUr A.eaMaje, -a
Gouraud's Oriental Cream cures Skin
PIseases and relieves Sunburn. Removes Tan. Pimples, Blarkheals, Moth
Patches. Rash. Freckles and Vulgar Redness. Yellow and Muddy Skin, giving
a delicately clear and refined complexion which every woman desires,
x.- 11 For sale bv Drus-slats and Fancy Goods Dealers.
Ferd. T. Hopkins. Prop.,
WAISTS AD GOWN'S MADE
Our Clearance Sale
i In full force. Every article
In the shop Is greatly reduced,
only contract goods eccpted.
$3.50 Lopg Kid Gloves $1.98
Black, white and colors.
$1.50 Union Suits 98c
Long sleeve, high neck, ankle
$5.00 Union Suits Spl. $3.98
Silk and wool.
$10.C0 Silk Waists $7.22
Assorted colors and patterns.
F. P. YOUNG
20 MORRISOV ST.,
Bet. 4th and 5th, Corbett Bid.
L. MAYER & CO.
Portland's Oldest Grocers.
148 Third Street.
Main 9432. -A 4432.
Follow the wise, and buy from a
store that fights " HIGH
PRICES." "We do not use this
department as a bait. Only reg
ular high-grade groceries as we
usually carry on special sale for
two days each week. We invite
your patronage. "
For Friday and Saturday,
January 27 and 28, ve offer:
Findon Haddock, 20c per lb.,
Trench Peas, extra fine, 25c
per tin, regular 35c.
Gif ford's Ripe Olives, "White
Label, 1911 Crop," 50c per
quart tin, regular 60c.
Thompson's Peanut Butter, 15c,
20c and 35c bottle.
Swastika Solid Packed Toma
toes, 2 cans for 25c, $1.25. per
We also carry Duff Tlordon
Sherry, real imported Port Wine,
and Madeira Wine, Bushnell's
Irish Whisky, Jourde & Cuissin
ier Apricot Brandy, Monople
Champagne, in fact every Wine
and Cordial that is khown to the
Give our delivery system a test.
We deliver to all parts of the
city, the same day goods are or
dered. We have ONLY ONE
PRICE FOR EVERY ONE.
"Sole agents for Rhode Sani
F. W. BALTES
Main 165, A 1165 First and Oak
Neth & Company
Established In 100.
How about those old accounts!
35 Warceeter Bids, Portland. Or,
PEdAL ATTENTIOX slven to reatorlnc
old violins, repairing bows, mandolins, gui
tars, cello or baas.
J. T- COATES, Espert V loll a Maker and Re
pairer, 105 Third St.. near Morrison, room
B. Portland. Or.
Van wlnllna ,rt weak on soma BtrlfltS. 1
L strengthen them and equalize tha tons.
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
Oriental Gr earn
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
Jin Indispensable and Delightful
for Fashionable Women.
. ... Si
A dally necessity for the ladles
whether at home or while travelli
M,.w.ta th. wkin from injurious
' toilet S
ng. It f
of the elements, gives a wonderful
ttitr hiitv to the complexion. I
1 el- f
t is a I
Mrfwi nnn-K-reasv Toilet Cream and
itlvelv will not cause or encourage the
growth of hair which all ladies should
guard against when selecting- a toilet pre
paration, nnen uu-in' wvuue, i
exertions heat the
. 1 . .La .b n 1.
Gouraud's Oriental Cream has been
highly recommended by physicians, act
resses, singers and women of fashion for
over half a century and cannot be sur
passed when preparing for dally or even-
Great Jones Street, New York.
i m sri i
ODD LINES .
$3, $4 and $5
48th Annual Clearance
If you have not taken advantage of these cut prices, do so today or :
tomorrow, as sale closes January 28. .
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS':
$15.00 Suit or Overcoat now $11.25 '$ 5.00 Suit or Overcoat now. .$3.75
$18.00 Suit or Overcoat now $13.50 $ 6.50 Suit or Overcoat now $4.90
$20.00 Suit or Overcoat now $15.00 $ 7.50 Suit or Overcoat now.. $5.65
$25.00 Suit or Overcoat now $18.75 $ 8.50 Suit or 'Overcoat now.-. ... .$6.35
$30.00 Suit or Overcoat now $22.50 $10.00 Suit or Overcoat now . .$7.50
$35.00 Suit or Overcoat now $26.25 $12.50 Suit or Overcoat now . .$9.35
$40.00 Suit or Overcoat now $30.00 $15.00 Suit or Overcoat now $11.25
1 Kn fflnPtr. Star. E. & Y. Shirts $1.15 $1.00 Underwear now. . . . . . . .75
&h.OO Cl'uett. Star, E. & W.
$2.50 Cluett, Star, E. & W.
$3.00 Cluett, Etar, E. & W.
41 nnd 900 Ties now
41 00 Ties now
50c Ties. ..... .35?, 3 for.
$2.00 save $2.00
Durlag thla week the en- .
trance fee of S3 la dropped
to all new members. The
Portland, Seattle, Taeoma
and Spokane Y. M. C. A.'s
are competing Id a bis;
la gTO0,0O0 Balldlng.
- Hand-Ball Court.
Cork Running Track. .
Boys' Day and
Advisory and Em
Thirty Shower Baths.
One Hundred and Seventy-two
Over 100 Different
Lines of Work.
Boys, Ages 10 to 18.
Seniors, Ages 17 Up.
Be Shown Through the
Telephone A 6561
Mr. 'Wilcox Is going to build a
12-story building where we have
been located for 14 years. So we
must sell our large stock of
before March 1. and to do so we
312 Waslungton, Bet. 5th and 6th
IsltB staaa I Casnn asLaasS
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just opposite Hotel St. Francis
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Kewatre! and brick structure. Furnished at
coat ol (300.000. Every comfort and con
venience. On carlines transferring all over
city. Omnibus meets trains and steamers.
Send for Booklet with map of Sau Francisco
SANDSTONE QUARRY AT TENINO.
Fully Equipped for Operation.
For Sals at a Bargain.
A. McMullen. Singer Bids;-. N. T,
Foremost Clothiers Since 1863.
. Final Wee.
Shirts $1-45 $1.50 Underwear now. . ... ... ., . . . .$1-15
Shirts $1-85 $2.00 Underwear now. . . . . . .. .$1-45
Shirts $2.25 $2.50 Underwear now , .$1-85
.95 $2.50 and $3.00 Sweater Coats. ...,$1.75
-65 $4.00 Sweater Coats. .$!
$1.00 $5.00 Sweater Coats -$3.o0
For Coats, Suits and
Dresses Worth to $25
GRAND Friday and Saturday sale of some of the moat
stylish garments ever brought to Portland.
This is our last Fall and Winter season in this location and
every garment must be sold, regardless of loss. This is the best
offering of the Clearance Sale. The wind-up of this great
event brings bargains unparalleled.
A group of Suits, Coats and Dresses that sold earlier
in the season for more than three times this low
price. The cheapest garment in the lot was $17.50,
some were as high as $25. The Coats are the best
possible styles, black "broadcloths and fancy mix
turesthe Dresses are for street or afternoon wear,
" best materials and the Suits are the best models
None sent on approval none C. 0. D. none exchanged. A
decisive disposal of over 150 of the finest garments formerly
$17.50 to $25.00, your choice today and tomor- 05
GROCERS, BAKERS, TEA AND WIXE MERCHANTS.
THIS WEEK WE
DEMON STHAViau - -
and especially adapted for the prevailing: Winter weather, fctep in and
try a glass when you are downtown.
CURTIS' RIPE OLIVES
Rine Olives, when cured properly, constitute one of nature's most
rerfert foods GWM Curtis & Cb.. Bloomlngton. California, have shipped
Si a large lot of the finest ripe olives that we have ever een. lliey
e law In size, full of oil and are not artificially co!ored. Their value as .
I nutritious food cannot be over-estimated all sizes of bottles or cans.
They can be equalled only by the
Wft hnra n. Till! une ol tiiw "
Cabernet.. .. .
PHOTVES MAW T20O, A 6181.
CORNER FIFTH AND STARK
THE VERY BEST
dentistry on the Pacific Coast Is executea nere.
We have built nponr reputation on it. You can
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