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TIIE MORNING OREGON! AN. - WEDNESDAY, MAY 3. 1911.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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BARER THEATER Elevsnth and Mot
r.ion Flor-nc Robert. In '7J
of Way." This afternoon at 1:1S ua to
nlht at 8:14.
Bl'N'OALOW THEATER Tlfth and
Morrtaon Tha Girl From Hectofa.
Tonlrhl at 8:13.
OPPHEL'M THEATER Morr!on. between
Sixth and S.rcnth) Vaadllle. Thla
attarnoon at 2:19 and tonight at 3:1.
GRAND THEATER tPark and Waahins
tan Vaudv::;. Thia altaraaoa at
lonlaht at 7:30 and 9k
PANTArtES THEATER Foarth and Stark)
VaudavlMa. Thts aftarnoos at 2:14; to
night at 7:30 and 9.
STAR, ARCADE. OK JOT. ODEOS. Tt
VOI.X irat run ptcturaa, 11 A. iL 12
RECREATION PARK Twenty-fourth and
Vaughn) Baacba.l, Vernon vs. Portland.
Thia altera ooa at 1:30.
Cbtiutort Makes Xe Rxconrx
Tha Public Works Engineering Com
pany yesterday aubmttted to Mayor
Simon a atatement of what ita officers
declare la a near record at the garbage
crematory plant just completed by the
company at Guild Lake. They de
clare the-Incinerator burned 135.& tons
of refuse Monday at a cost to the city
for all labor and fuel of 17. cents a
ton. Tbe contractors' guarantee cost Is
61 cents a ton. Tbe plant received and
handled 19 tons of garbage In live
hoars, or one too every 1.4 minutes. The
guarantee Is for 75 tons In Ave hours,
or one ton every four minutes.
Reed Students Ixvttid to Meet.
President and ilra. Foster bare Invited
those who expect to become members
of the nmt class of Reed College to
go to their bouse. 614 Carter street.
Friday night at I o'clock. In order that
they may become acquainted with each
other. The Invitation Is intended for
all those who are planning to enter
tbe college next Fall. If anyone has
been overlooked, it waa because his
name has not been received at the
Reed College office. President Reed
Woma.Vs Piyrss Ci-n to Mixt To
otoht. The annual meeting of the
State Woman's Press Club of Oregon
will be held at 1 o'clock tonight. In a
committee room on the second floor of
the City Hall, at the Flfth-atreet en
trance. After the reporta of the year's
work and the election of officers, the
president. Mrs. Hidden, will deliver her
address and there will be a symposium
on "Our Next Tear's Work." led by
Mrs. E- T. Allen. Mrs. Blunch Rafalsky.
Mrs. Ella Crim Lynch and Mrs. E.
Fhbs Methodist Coxtcrexcxi OrrKS.
The Oregon Conference of the Free
Methodist Church will open this after
' noon at 2 o'clock in the First Church.
East Mill and East Ninth streets, to
continue through next Sunday, when
the appointments will be announced.
Bishop Pearce. of Pennsylvania will
preside. Several prominent ministers
of the denomination will attend and
take part. Evangelistic services will
be conducted every night during; the
Displat or Fanct Birdkouses
A great display and sale of blrdhousea
built by the boys of tbe manual train
ing classes. Portland public schools, in
the auditorium ot the Olds. Wortman
A King's store today. William I
Flnley. president of the Audubon So
ciety, will talk on birds and their nest
a Ing habits, at 4 P. M. He will make
1 other short talks at Intervals during
tbe day. The public Is Invited to view
this Interesting exhibit.
Warrant Awaits Bridegroom. "On
his honeymoon, return uncertain."
Is the Indorsement on a warrant, taken
out for service by Patrolman Blgelow.
The alleged delinquent la "John Doe"
Kingsbury, who Is accused of allowing
a lot owned by him. at 177 Hawthorne
avenue, to get Into an unkempt condi
tion. When Mr. Kingsbury end his
new wife return borne, the bridegroom
will be required to appear in Municipal
Forsjo MrssioAiiT Society Meet
Todat. The Foreign Missionary So
ciety of Grace Methodist Church will
meet this afternoon In the parlors of
tbe church. Mrs. Kydd. a former mis
sionary In China and Japan, and a very
Interesting speaker, will give a talk
during the afternoon and the Misses
Ida and Fannie Chan will sing. All
women Interested Invited to be present.
AT the Irvlngton Clubhouse, Fri
day evening. May B. at S o'clock.
Marshall Darrach. celebrated Shakes
pearean reader, will present renditions
from Shakespeare. Proceeds of this
entertainment will be devoted to tbe
equipping of the playground. Residents
and others Interested are earnestly re
quested to lend their presence. Ad
"Sanxi Fourth" Coxm r i lb to Meet.
The committee appointed by Mayor
Simon to arrange a programme for a
"sane" Fourth of July celebration will
meet In tbe Mayor's committee room, at
the City Hall, at I o'clock this after
noon. A. L. Mills, president of the
First National Bank. Is chairman and
there are eight other members.
-"Correct Porsai asd BaEATHrxo" to
Bb Tone. Miss A. Cory, physical
director Young Women's Christian As
sociation, will address the Central W.
C T. U. this afternoon at Z:10 o'clock,
la room lul Goodnough building. Her
subject will be "Correct Poise and
firmiL Aa leuu scem nrr.
The public la cordially Invited to the
opening of tbe exhibit of Signor
Perera'a famous collection of art Jewels,
containing 100 different pieces. Thurs
day. May 4. at Mesara. A. and C FeldenS
helroer. I8J-II4 Washington street.
Maa, Doouttlk. the decorator, has
samples and prints of the baa reliefs
used on ceilings and for panellngs In
period rooms. Pure Adam. Louis XVI.
Italan Renaissance or any period. Shop
of Fine Arts and Industries, 124 Sev
"Mbdicibai. Food" to B Drscrssan.
Mrs. Little will speak to the Mothers'
and Teachers' Circe of the Holman
school. Wednesday at t P. M.. on
"The Value of Medicinal Food." An
Interesting programme has been ar
ranged. Hctt-io Trsater. Wednesday. May 10.
at 1:1$ P. M-. old Mayday revels, under
the auspices of St. Mary's Alumnae As
sociation: chorus of over too voices;
HeUig Theater orchestra. Seats, fl.
76c 40c, 23c: boxes. $. ft and $4.10.
Corsccn. of- Jewish Womew to Meet.
The Council of Jewish Women will
hold Its regular meeting In the Selllng
Hlrsch building, today at 2 P. M. There
will be an annual election of officers.
Dues are payable.
Rbvtvai. MgETiNoe Ht Wat. Rov.
Bernard W. Basa will begin a series of
revival meetings . at Rodney-Avenue
Christian Church, corner Knott street
and Rodney avenue, next Sunday.
Win. Lease. Modern high-grade
home; large grounds, excellent neigh
borhood; Inspection and terms, ad
dress owner. AK . Oregonian.
A. L. Barbcr will continue to serve
all the people and merit their con
fidence. No. IS on the ballot. (Paid
Wbokesdat Sei-bct Q.CB. Dancing
party. Murlark Hall, every Wednesday
Foa Citr Treasurer. Oscar P. Miller.
No. 19 on official ballot. tPald adv.)
HroH-Cuass palntlnr. papering, tinting.
Sheeny Bros. Main SuTi, A H'.O.
Vote for J. J. Jennings. Councll-man-at-Large.
E30S, lOo do, Wooater's, 40$ Wash."
Work to Beoiic Boo d Mount
Tabor. The Pacific Bridge Company
will start on the Improvement of the
Mount Tabor street Improvement dis
trict by May 10. according to the an
nouncement made by George Simons,
manager of the company, yesterday.
This district includes East Sixtieth,
street, or West avenue, and the prin
cipal streets westward to East Fiftieth.
Sewers and watermalns have nearly
all been laid. The company will move
its plant to the district and push the
paving of these streets as rapidly as
possible., East Sixtieth street will be
paved last, as a sewer must be laid In
that street and the contractors for the
new Mount Tabor reservoir are still
using the street with a supply track.
North Axjsixa Librart Opened. The
North AJbina reading-room was for
mally opened last night as a permanent
branch of the Public Library Associa
tion in a room in the Slnnott building
on Alblna, near Killlngsworth avenue.
8. L. Osborne, who bad been active in
starting; and maintaining the reading
room, presided. Rev. Thomas L.
Eliot spoke In behalf of the Library
Association. The branch was started
two years ago and maintained at the
expense of the neighborhood lh a small
building donated by J. H. Nolta. Be
tween 2000 and 4000 books will be
kept on hand.
East Twentt-Ekjhth 8treet to Bb
Improved. The Portland Railway.
Light A Power Company is relaying ita
tracks on East Twenty-eighth street,
between East Ankeny street and the
Sandy boulevard, preparatory to laying
bard-surface pavement. A single
track wil be put down between East
Gllsan street and Sandy boulevard, al
though the property ownera requested
that double tracks be laid.
Prrmos for Fine Protectiox Cir
culated. A petition asking for fire
protection In Montavllla is being cir
culated and largely signed according to
the report submitted at the meeting
of tbe Montavllla Board of Trade Mon
day night. The committee having the
petition in hand expects to have it
ready for presentation after the next
meeting of the Board of Trade.
Missionary Visits Portlands Rer.
M. C Wilcox, of Mount Vernon. Ia..
is visiting for a few days with bis
brother-in-law. Captain R. C Markee.
601 East Oak street. Mr. Wilcox has
been a missionary of the Methodist
Episcopal Church In China the past 25
years and la now engaged In translat
ing scientific and theological book
Into the Chinese language.
Mrs. Mmxra E. Coxuet Dm. Mrs.
Mollie E. Conley died at her home. 62
East Mill street. Sunday, and the fu
neral was conducted from the resi
dence yesterday afternoon. She was
a member of Mount Hood Circle, No.
HL Women of Woodcraft.
Ed M. Lance. Republican candidate
for City Auditor. No. 1 on the ballot.
He wUl make good. All will be treated
alike. (Paid adv.).
Dr. Beatrice! Grinirr-Stejer moed
to Ellers bldg.. cor. 7th and Alder.
DR. Buck baa moved to 121-822 Sell
ing Building. 6th and Alder.
Votk for J. J. Jennings, Council
man-at-Large. (Paid adv.).
INSTITUTE AVD SANITARIUM TO
GET $7 OOP APIECE.
Total RceJpta for Three Nights Per
formances of Klrmess Arc Ap
. proximately $20,(J00.
Seven thousand dollars apiece will
go to the Open Air Sanitarium and Peo-
( plfto Institute, as a result or tne io.it
I performances last week at the
Helllg Theater. .This information was
given out yesterday by A. L. Mills,
treasurer of the organization, who aays
that though the gross receipts ate
about J20.000. as estimated, expenses
rather exceed the $5000 mark.
An exact financial report cannot be
made, however, as scarcely a hundred
dollars' worth of bills have been re
turned. Laughingly Mr. Mills said that
the Klrmess' credit is "too good." and
he will be much relieved when the bills
are sent to him. Ae lt Is. he does not
expect to have matters cleared up be
fore May 10.
It Is a fact that this year's Klrmess
has not netted so great a sum as did
that of April. 1909. when a net amount
of 127.600 was the result. However, in
the caee of the previous Klrmess four
evening performances were given. In
place of the three of this year. Mr.
Pangle. of the Helllg Theater, has re
ported the sale of seats exclusive of
boxes to be within 1100 of that of two
years ago at the Armory. 16000. A dif
ference of 11000 Is marked In the sale
of boxes, with the highest sum. 13400,
being spent this year.
COMMITTEES ARE NAMED
East Side Business Men Make Plans
for Festival Week.
Tho followingcommlttees were ap
pointed yestfrday by President Kella
her, of the East Side Business Men's
Club, to carry out the events planned
for Rose Festival week on the East
Decoration committee H. E. Walter,
chairman ; Louis Oevurta. and J. XX Bttsr-
""cblldreo'e parade C. A. PIlow. chair
man: M. O. Colllna. and N. U. Carpentar.
liuelc and copcaaalona H. A. Calef. chair
man; B. O. Waller, and W. Dorr as.
Fraternal and military parade C. A.
Blselow. enalrtnan: C. C Ba;i, Dan Kella
bar, (Mrit DUworth, Ganarai w. E. Fu
sar. and J. O. YVIHon.
Erection of grandstands Oaors e DU
worth. eaalrmaa; 8. J. LevotU and B- Oel
Inskar. It Is proposed to decorate Grand ave
nue between Hawthorne avenue and
East Burnslde street, or the part which
will be Deed for children and fraternal
parades, and the design will be selected
In a short time. Arrangements are be
ing completed for the drilling of the
children for their parade.
YE OREGON GRILLE.
Ife an absolute certainty that "Te
Oregon Grille" hasn't an equal in the
city as a place to Invite a party of
friends to luncheon, dinner or an after
theater visit. Everything Is In keeping
with its usual high standard, while the
musical programmes presented each day
at the lunch hour and during the even
ings are superior to anything to be
beard in the city.
4TH AND WASHINGTON.
To lease, the northeast corner of
Fourth and Washington streets. Submit
offers to Raleigh P. Trimble. 410 Mo
hawk building. Third and Morrison
WHERE JTO DINE.
AH the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restaurant. Fine private apart
ments for ladles. 20S Wash, near ilh st,
CARD OF THAXKS
We desire to express our thanks and
appreciation for the sympathy and
kindness extended us by our friends in
our lat bereavement.
MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR H ED LET.
SITE CASE PUSHED
New Trial Sought in Postoffice
COURT DECLARED IN ERROR
McCoart Says It Should Not Have
Admitted Testimony as to Es
timated Rental Valne of
Property at Stake.
Not only Is Dr. Andrew C Smith dis
satisfied with the verdict of the Jury
which tried thd condemnation suit ovor
the east half ot Block S. but the Gov
ernment also desires a change In the
United States District Attorney Mo
Court flled In the Federal Court yester-'
day an application for a new trial In the
case. He alleges that the verdict of
f 200.000 Is excessive. The court is al
leged to have been In error .in allowing
the Jury to consider the testimony of
witnesses who estimated the value of
tbe property on what It would bring in
rentals If certain kinds of buildings
Yesterday afternoon W. D. Fenton
and A. King Wilson, representing the
Espey Estate Company in the Govern
ment's suit to condemn the west half
of the block, placed witn?s4S on the
stand who declared the west half was
worth from $160,000 to 1175.400. The
Government wishes to pay flOO.OOO for
the west half, while the Espey Estate
Company asks $179,174.46. Of this
amount 14174.66 is asked to repay it
for the Interest and taxes It has been
obliged to expend since the suit was
Frank E. Watklns estimated that the
west half was worth 1176. COO; J. W.
Morrow, tax and right of way agent for
the Harrlman lines. $160,000; W. I. UilL
employed by A. H. Blrrell Company,
$160,000, and D. Parker Bryon. $166,000.
The Government's witnesses yester
day morning placed a much lowjr esti
mate on the value of the half block.
E. Henry Wemme said he considered
$100,000 a fancy price. J. V. Grussl
thought it worth from $110,000 to J113.
000: B. D. Slgler, $120,000; MojC Lowes
ion, $110,000; and George D. Dunning,
Philip Gevurtx was placed on the
stand for the defendant yesterday after
noon, and District Attorney McCourt en
tered upon a lengthy argument to ex
clude his testimony on the ground that
it was incompetent.
MAIIMTS SAID TO BE BANKRUPT
Hotel and Grill Company In, Hands
of Temporary Receiver.
That Maxim's Hotel & Grill Com
pany, of 145 H Seventh street, is bank
rupt is the allegation of Fleckensteln,
Mayer A Co., Monte Mayer and the
Jones Merchantlle Company. They filed
in the Federal Court yesterday a peti
tion that tbe court declare the firm
bankrupt. Judge Bean appointed Monte
Mayer temporary receiver, upon the
filing of a $5000 bond. Fleckensteln.
Mayer Sk Co. allege Maxim's owes them
$1651.30; Jones Mercantile Company
says $280.09 is owing, and Monte Mayer
declares $98.70 is due him for merchan
dise delivered by the Kubll-Miller Com
pany. Fox & Goldstein flled a voluntary
petition in bankruptcy in tbe Federal
Court yesterday, giving their debts as
$12,820.61, and their assets $3815.21.
SPECIAL EXCTTRSIOX TRAIXS
DUE FOR ROSE FESTTVAXu
Potlatch Management Will Repro
duce In Float Old Alaska
John W. Pace, manager-secretary of
the "Golden Potlatch," notified the Rose
Festival management yesterday that the
three railroads operating out of Seattle,
the Northern Pacific, Great Northern
and O.-W. R. & N-. would each send a
special excursion train from that city
and intermediate points to tne Rost
Festival next month. It was also an
nounced that one full train would be
reserved by the Potlatch people and
their families who will come as guests-of-bonor.
and as evidence of their friend
ly feeling toward Portland.
The question of dates when these spe
cial excursions will be run has not been
settled, but the excursions will prob
ably cover two days, eltl.er Tuesday and
Wednesday or Wednesday and Thursday,
which will enable the visitors to take in
the most representative array of the dec
orated day-light parades and the Illumi
nated night pageants.
The Potlatch management has also
voted unanimously to reproduce the his
toric old steamer Portland which Drought
down the first shipload of gold from
Alaska in tbe boom days of and of
which event the "Golden Potlatch" is in
commemoration. The old steamer whose
bones are now bleaching on the Alaskan
shores will be restored In the form of an
elaborately decorated float, and will ap
pear In either the automobile parade of
Wednesday or the horse and carriage pa
rade of Thursday.
"The management of the Potlatch has
come to the front In splendid shape and
Is boosting the Rose Festival over there
Just as If It were to take place In Seat
tle." said General Manager Hutchln yes
terday. "It was their own suggestion
that they enter a fine float In one of our
parades, and they have also volunteered
to make up a party and come over here
by special train for one or two of our
"The plan to reproduce the old Port
land as tbe subject of their float is one
that will. It seems to me, arouse tre
mendous interest In whichever parade It
appears, particularly because of its rich
historical associations Incident to the
opening of the vast Eldorado of Alaska."
THEATER IS NOT CLOSED
Princess Compiles In Detail With
Strict Building Laws.
"Published reports that we were ob
liged to close , the Princess Theater,
on Sixth street, near Burnlsde, because
It failed to fulfill the requirements of
the fire ordinance were untrue." said
Edwin F. James, the owner, yesterday.
"We opened the new theater Saturday
night, and because of delay in the city
license department we did not have a
license at that time. Our attention was
called on Monday to the omission and
the license was Issued Immediately.
The theater was not closed, and there
was no thought of closing it.
"As to fire protection, the Princess
was built to comply with every pro
vision of Portland's strict building
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Don't Pass Through Another
Sluggish or weak feelings are caused
from Indigestion, nerve or sexual weak
ness. The entire circulation is clogged
up; there is soreness and poison lumps
in the muscles, causing rheumatism,
cancer and paralytic strokes. My sci
entific method in treatment will cause
the poison to be carried oft and will re
store the. muscles and organs to their
That is. the educated people that take
advantage of this treatment, not the ig
norant and sceptical or those who will
never learn, see nor hear. Introduced
In this city by
Swedish Graduate Scientific Masseur
and Medical Gymnast. 802-3 Oregonian
code, and was approved by the Build
ing Inspector, as it was being erected.
Both the Chief of the Fire Department
and the Fire Marshal were kind enough
to say that It is the best motion-picture
theater in Portland from the
standpoint of protection to the public."
LAWYER ON BOTH SIDES
District Attorney George Cameron
In Strange Legal Controversy.
By a peculiar circumstance, George
Cameron. District Attorney, has be
come the legal representative on two
sides of a legal controversy. This un
usual condition came about by the
state, which Mr. Cameron letrsl'.y rep
resents. Joining in the suit flled by C
M. Rynerson against the county, which
Mr. Cameron also legally represents, to
force It to accept the bid of the Thomp-son-Starett
Company for the construc
tion of the west wing of the new
Tbe case against the county is a
quo warranto proceeding, in which it is
necessary for the state to appear in
relation to the plaintiff. Thus Mr.
Cameron signed the complaint in the
case on behalf of the state and yes
terday he signed the answer to the
complaint on the part of the county.
Plant Slbson ioes. Phone Sellwood 50
Jewelers buy WALTHAM
materials and watch parts
for the repair of other watches.
They appreciate the superiority
of WALTHAM construction and
"It't Tunt Ton
Ownsd a Waliham"
Send for Descriptive Booklet
ITilthini Watch Co. Waltiuni, Mass.
White Lily" Butter
Made by Portland's new creamery.
Fold only at our factory, and wagons
direct to the consumer. Watch for the
wagons; we will soon make all parts
of the city. We also have fresh eggs,
and good buttermilk, the best drink on
earth. After years of creamery experi
ence in Oregon, we are in position to
serve you with the best.
WHITE LILY BUTTER is high
grade in every particular. If you care
foi good butter get the "WHITE LILY"
brand. The butter that is made out in
plain sight. Come and see it made.
WHITE LILY CREAM CO.
10M Belmont St.
Phone Tabor 1979.
A 8KIW BTAUTY IS A JOY FOREVER.
nr. T. Felix Oouraud's Oriental Cream or
K3S3 ft -Jr M
t reciea. Moth
Baab, and bkln Dlsraaea,
ana eTerr DieimMi
Ei. r-i M on btautT. and de-
dm iuwa uk rot
of t year, Qi
1b bo liirmlMf we
taste H tcbeiureli
1 properly triad.
Accept no count rr
f-it of lmlUr
vavrae. Dr. L. A
6. m iiM to
lady of tbe baut
too (a -MbtleDOt
Aj you ladles
will UM them.
GBrftdii Creum' u tbe 1at harmful of e.1 th
kin preparations. nr nle ty all dniftgiftU and r ancy
Goode Dealers lo the United Mates, Caruuta and Europe.
FERO. T. HOPKINS Prop., 37 firest Jones SU, N. T.
F. W. BALTES
Main 165, A 1165 First and Oak
ICCHWAB PRMTING CO
lOSQLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
24-51 STARK -STREET
FOR YOUNG MEN
College and high-school
men who want things
different, see the new
Piccadilly sack; new and
very English; 31V4 inches
long; form tracing; long
roll lapel; high-buttoned
waistcoat. A most per
fect model for young
men. New Norf oiks, new
smart patterns and weaves.
Prices range from $15.00 to $25.00
C0vflOHTit flare dj
Boys knickerbocker suits, new models and
weaves, light and dark shades, from $5 to $14
RE ALE STATE
I have, I know, the
greatest selling propo
sition in the state; one
that you can sell right
in the town where the
property is located.
I want ten good men to
join me at once; it will
be a snap for Portland
salesmen; I will back
you up with good adver
For facts address R 69,
FOR THE UP-TO-DATE MEN
WERNER PETTERSON CO.
2SO STARK ST., Between Second and Third Sts.
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just opposite Hotel St. Francis
European Plan SI. 60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Hew sted and brick rtroctun. Furnished at
cost oi $300,000. ETery comfort and eon
nnienra. On earlines transferrins all orcr
city. Omnibus meets trains and steamers, j
n- RjaU1ji with man of San FimnciscO .
LIBERTY COAL A ICE COMPACT.
Ileitkemper's Removal Sale -will be a thing of the past. When
we first announced thia sale, although we had a tremendous
stock of high-grade Jewelry, etc., to dispose of, we did not
expect it to last over one month. The disappointing delay to -the
Yeon building has kept us at the old stand still tagging
low prices on the many beautiful articles in our line.
286 Morrison St.
HOT SPRINGS HOTEL
t f3fr?& SSSSsa'S-W ST5 -x ""
Steam heated and electric Hshted.
Situated on the Columbia River.
Reached by the S. P. S. Ry. (North
Bank), Steamers Bailey Gatzert.
Dalles City and G. N. Teal.
Automobile meets all trains ond
boats. Five minutes' ride to hotel.
Hot mineral baths. Lady and gent,
Baths recommended by physicians
for rheumatism, stomach troubles and
general nervous debility.
Rates on application.
to the East
S3 1' 'tfifeiT 1 ' in I . ;
1 taiiliiiiii HiliiSlii
May 16. 17, 18. 19,
22, 23. 24. 25, 27, 28, 29.
June 5. 7, 9. 10, 12,
16. 17. 21. 22. 28. 29. SO.
July 1. 2, 3. 4, 5, 6, 19, 20, 26, 27, 28.
August 3, 4, 6. 14, 15, 16. 17. 21. 22. 23, 28,
September 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7.
CHICAGO A1VD RETPR5
ST. LOtIS A.ND RETl'HV
NEW YORK A.D HETURX
BOSTON AXD HETlItV
ST. PAIL. MINNEAPOLIS. DUI.l'TH,
OMAHA. KANSAS CITY, ST. JOB AND
RETURN S 60.00
Tickets allow fifteen (15) days for going- passage, final
return limit October 31st
Go one way and return another If you wish, stopovers al
lowed within limit In each direction.
Bide on the ORIENTAL LIMITED, Through Standard and
Tourist Sleepers Portland to. Chicago. In seventy-two hours
without change. Service and scenery unsurpassed.
Tickets and sleeping-car reservation at City
Ticket Office, 122 Third Street, Portland, or at
Depot. Eleventh and Hoyt streets.
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The treatment given on the wrapper of
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Woodbury's Facial Soap
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