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TTTE MOKXIXO OKEGOXIAX, Fit IP AT, NOVEMBER 3. 1911.
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) CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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Mtctr.ni Editor .
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HEn.11 TFKATER (Sevanth and Tefl"
Ulul Hajaa In in. Vlsonese opsralia.
The Bprlns Mud." Tnlht at
BXKm THtATC F:;.entlt "YVi
oil Toe Wtlu IWM." Tonnnl.
CKPHEfH THEATER Mrr1soa. betwesn
sistn ud g.nih Veuiille. Thla a"
rooon at I 11 and tootcM at i:la,
PAXTATEi THEATER I Fourth and "
Vaad.vl!:. Th:e afleraoea ml t.ial la
l(!it at 7.10 and a.
EilFKE'S THEATCK (Park and WeaMti
tor.i VaudvvU.a. This aftsraeoa at a.
aad loalcht at T-SO and a.
STAR. ARCADE. OH JOT. ODEOI. TTVO
Ll flrwrue pictures. 11 A. at.. II P- a.
KAJtMic TIIEATIlt (Par and Waao
tr.tuxi Mntioa ptctursa and SAualeal
vaaJarllia. 11 A. M. t 11 P. M.
arfsvrUanneats Lntadd far tba C1t Kawa
I. Brtrf nlBMH ta Undw'l lnai saeae ee
beasasst la Taa Orereetaa liilml Wflc ar
a el HataralaJ es.sdas;.
Hor rnjr Diuxa la Torta The
flrat of a series of lecturea on tha mod
ern drama br William - Tbtiratoa
Brown, principal of tha Modern School,
will ba (Ivan lonlnht In the room of
tha arho.il. fourth floor of nehnke
WaJker bulldlnc. Fourth (treat, be
! Morrison and Yamhill. Subject
of the oj.nlnir lecture la "The Moral
and Racial Pia-nlfirance of the Modern
I'rimi and Kindred Literature." Thle
will be followed on .succeedlria; Frldiy
nlaht by Interpretationa of playe of Ib
sen. Shaw. Maeterlinck. Sudermann.
Jlauptmans. lAnoumiu, Brleue and
othrra. and worn of Whitman. Tolstoi.
Osrar HJe. Anatole France and
othera. The openina; lecture la free to
the general public
East fiioa AHUMcrr Macs.
Asaessmente hare been made for the
Klirkitat street and i:l Thlrty-nlnlh
afreet dts:rlrts In Beaumont. The
Klickitat dl.-trlrt cessment la $.
:JJ and the ilaat ihlrtv-nlnia afreet
dutrlct iom nt la 5.vl. making
a total of 1S 631 for Beaumont. Thraa
two dlstrlc cover the upper and lower
portions of the addition, and the as
sessments represent part of the money
expended In dereloplua; the tract. Aa
rment for the pavtns of Alberta
street, from I'nlon to lenter avenue,
went of I'nlon avenue, I 151.107. Union
'avenue has Lrn pavej between Al
berta street and Wotxllasrn at a cost of
nearly !. 000. but the assessment baa
not yet been rnaUe.
Viiweki Report o KannT-BTaaaT
KxTKsitoi. The viewers report on
' the extension of Kerby atreet south
tnrouicrt Montiromery tract has been
filed and win be acted on Novem
ber Kemonstrfince aralnst openlnir
of the street has been filed, as well as
n petition for the extension. The
l otted Improvement Clubs Association
voted Wednesday nlaht to assist resi
dents of lower Albina to rpen the
street. Kerby street. If extended aa
asked, will provide a atreet to the new
Broadway and Railroad bridges, as It
will Intersect Boss street and Broad
way. CorrnT Bcroaa Ghaxd JcitT. Po
lice Commissioner Coffey waa lven a
brief hearlnc. of about lt minutes' du
ration, before the Grand Jury yester
day mornlnir. and. It la believed, was
Instructed to appear thta morning- with
hla wttnesaes and documents to sup
port his attack on Max O. Cohen, who
acted aa Municipal Judaje during? the
absence of Judaje TaxwelL Mr. Coffey
will also ba Blven aa opportunity to
Eire hla opinions of the manner In
which Judge Taxwall conducta hla
MtasioarajiT BocraTT CojnraaE Tooat.
The monthly meeting of the Woman's
Forelan Mlaelonary Boclety. of the Taylor-street
Methodist KptsrSpal church,
will be held In the church parlors to
day at I o'clock. Mrs, Lmvll Young
will lead tha study of the first chapter
of the next text book. "The Light of
the World." There will be special
music and an attraotlve programme.
All women Intereated are Inv.ted to be
Chim.i Is Qursnojcxrx N. Foo. a
Chinese, was examined before United
States Commissioner Marsh yesterday
as to hi right to be In this country.
It Is aliened by Special Ascent Bar
bour, of the Immigration Service, that
the -Chinaman too advantage of the
re. -ant revolution In Mexico and slipped
over the border near Kl I'aso.
Ji.iki Cui to Fi.ict. Officers
for the ensuing year will be chosen by
the Jackson Club at Its regular bi
weekly meetlnir In the Medical build
in tonight. It. B. Vanlmier Is the
retiring president of the organisation.
Short addresses will be made by promi
nent I democrats and plans for Intereat
Ing meetings during, the Winter months
at. 11 be discussed.
Mas. Mixxkta Kmxjo !!. Mrs.
V.nerva Kllen Kellogg, who came to
or-(on In lal. died at her home. 13(1
Hal Yamhill street, yesterday. She
was born In Indiana November 2 U U4S.
She married llllsha Kellogg In
and since then has made her homo In
I'. rt.an.l rkie leavea three sons, a
sister, brother, and five grandchildren.
ij-Fsti"xn nrvrVAt. Hm.rv C
H oward l avis.. pastor-evangelist, la
h"-dtr.g a series of old-fashioned re
,vnl services at the First Church of
the Xat.-irene at Fast Seventh and teal
tVuch streets. Services are held every
eenmg at :i o'clock and Friday
fiern..ons at o'clock.
I A xi Crux,) to Brncrx) en an ex
trnslTi trip and have decided to dispose
of my entire stock of One Imported
wovlena. In order to do so my price
on high-grade ladles" made-to-order
suits will be reduced to l(- Ourney.
a.1is tailor. Mohawk bldr Third
and Morrison streeta
(Sgnricga. Congregation Ahaval 8ho
lom. lark and Clay streets. Friday
evening. November . at 1 1. t.. Mr.
Charles W. Kobaoo, Oregona famous
young orator, will speak. The subject
of hi address will be "The Man of Mys
tery." Hverybody Is welcome.
Litt aTt-nr CXass to Mgsrr. The
literature department of the Woman's
Club will hold Its first meeting Fri
day afternoon at t o'clock In Women
of Woodcraft llalL Ir. C. H. Chap
man will lecture on "Fielding."
W have on display two very rare
antl'iue samahkand Chlneee ruga,
which all art lover should see. Car
toz'an Hro. importers of Oriental
-. 4T1 Wash, nr 13lh ta
PTTOX IIOMB ASS.1--IAT1C.SI TO MggT.
The regular monthly meeting of the
I'atton H 'me Assoelntlnn wl.l be held
at -The Home" at Ti Michigan avenue
at 10 li thta morning.
WocPt-AWX AsaociATtov To Sltn.
The WooUlawn Improvement Assoda-
t'on will meet tonight at $ o'clock la
Greene's Hail, on I e u m avenue.
Jog Niedermeyer'a barber shop now
open for business, basement of Kalelga
B dir.. N. W. cor. t! and Wash.
ra. Kkiao Nvjjk. eye. ear. nose
and throat, bas moved to rooms III.
1 Medical building.
M:a asp (' directly from dairy:
Wsst Side delivery. Summit L'elry. R.
F. l. No. I.
rooas and windows at wrecked blda;.
Your own price. Fifth and Wash.
Wood at wrecked bide at II. I per
load, sawed. Fifth Wash.
Iir-aiovro to Wiicox Bi-tuixi. Wrt
iuii C. 1'aisTot.
Ot-tvin M Hiciet. attorney, moved te
ill. (14. tli ll ox bid.
Nxw Ic-atiov. ret'.ls-Urossmayer Co,
third floor WUcog bids.
Ton Rkxt. Choice office rooms.
Pasmoaa ajcd CHAraair TiT.g Presi
dent Penrose, of Whitman College
and Dr. C H. Chapman, of thla city,
addressed the Progressiva Business
Men's Club at luncheon at the
Portland Hotel yesterday. Taxation
was the subject of the remarks of the
speakers who severely criticised the
present method of assessing property
and levying- taxes. From the fact that
It was unprofitable under the system
of taxation now followed, to tell the
truth. It waa asserted by the speakers
that falsehood waa generally practiced
by propertyowners In rendering- to the
assessor estimates of their property
Bcttxux Fot-wo Misbraotkd. Btate
Chemist A. 8. Wells, of the State Board
of Dairy and Food Commission, re
turned yesterday from an Inspection
t&lp to The Dalles, where he seoured
samples of lard, butter. milk and
meats for examination. He found all
of these articles up to the required
standard and that the milk tested
above the average of cities. He found
one case of butter that waa mlsbranded
and baa filed a complaint against the
Portland wholesaler who shipped It
there. It was Eastern tub butter,
made up In regular rolls andrnaajuer
adlng as fancy "creamery butter.
Mam Rnt Dowst bt Alto. While
crossing the Morrison-street bridge,
Robert Morgan, an elderly negro, liv
ing at Fourth and College streets, was
struck by an automobile which, spec
tators told Patrolman Cameron, was
being operated in a reckless manner.
Morgan sustained cots on his bands
and arm a. The driver of the car
which caused the damage continued
on his way. The number given to the
police was 111, which Is registered un
der the name of Clay Roberts, Idora
Double-header. Saturday Not. 4. 1911,
Salem High School vs. Washington
Fort Vancouver va. M. A. A. C
Admission 60c, Including grandstand.
Game called 1 P. M. aharp. .
itgifBAJUAxa of the Gypsy Smith
chorus will be held at the Tabernacle.
Eighteenth and Salmon streets. Wed
nesday evening. November 1: Friday.
November I. and Wednesday. November
a. Full rehearsal with orchestra. -'
fill MAY COME BACK
ClVIt SERVICE BOARD ACTS OS
Holden's Prayer to Be Reappointed
to Fire Department Brings About
Chanire Limit Is Dropprd.
Under a rule adopted yesterday by
tha Civil Service Commission a city
employe who haa resigned from any de
partment of the service may be rein
stated at any time afterward, at the
discretion of the commission. This step
brings to an-end a long squabble which
started when Lee O. Holden. formerly
a battalion chief In the fire department,
asked to be reinstated, when It became
apparent that a position aa battalion
chief was to be made vacant by the
appointment of a fire chief to take
tne place of David Campbell, who waa
killed June ij.
The requeat of Holden was consid
ered a month ago. but at that time the
Civil Service rules prohibited his re-,
Instatemeot without an examination
and the petition was laid on the table.
The rule formerly provided that rein
statement could be ordered by the Com
missioners within 10 days after the
resignation, but after that time an ex
amination waa necessary. The new
rule sets nstde the 10-day limitation.
Arguments were made at yesterday's
meeting- for and against the change
In the reinstatement rule. It waa aald
that the change would result In dox
ens of petitions for reinstatement by
persona who were asked to resign from
the service, or who resigned on their
own account because of Inefficiency,
knowing they would be discharged if
they did not.
It waa arg-ued on the other side that
the city wanla the best possible em
ployes and If the best man for a posi
tion cannot be appointed because of tha
Civil Service rules, the city loses. The
Commissioners decided to leave It to
the discretion of Its members aa to
who should and who should not bo re
instated. No action was taken In tha petition
of Mr. Holden and no arrangements
were made for an examination to list
ellgtblea for the position of battalion
chief, a vacancy existing through the
appointment of Battalion Chief Powell
as Chief. It Is believed that Mr. Holden
will be reinstated before long, however.
When You Make
Make this bank your
"Wo can render much
more efficient service in
this regard than can an
individual no matter
how reliable he may be.
Otjt larga resources and our
perpetual charter make; us
permanently respons i b 1 1
our systematic methods en
ablo us to keep strict ac
count of every item in con
nection -with the administra
tion of an estate.
Yoti'd find our advice 'well
worth -while and it's yours
Company of Oregon
Thira aund Oak Streets
clothes, entered two alleged Chinese lot
tery gambling houses on Fourth street
Wednesday night, with Patrolman GUI.
and made Ave. arrests. The places
have been kept open to negroes, but
whtta men have been barred alnce the
police started to arrest proprietors of
the places, and disguise was found
Lee Dorr, alleged proprietor of a lot
tery game at 76 Fourth street North,
and Sam Wah, alleged proprietor of a
Fame at 61 Fourth street North, were
arrested, with Pete Carlson. Ben Fish
and S. Nicks, who were caught In the
room with the tickets of the games.
MIM'ILLE IS HEX!
OREGOX ETEOTRIO TO REACH
cm ix nis.
CIVIC LEAGUE WILL MEET
AmangrmenLa for Publishing- "City
Beautiful" Report to Be Made.
Dr. J. R- Wetherbee. chairman of the
ClvVe Improvement league, has called
a meeting of the executive committee
of that organlxatlon at the Commercial
Clu at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
The purpose of the meeting Is to com
plete arrangements for publishing the
Bennett "City Beautiful", report and
outlining a plan for the organisation
of a city-wide aaaoclatlon for super
vising and stimulating city lmprove
mejnte. a IV Merrick, chairman of the per
manent organisation committee, namod
at a recent Joint mooting of the Civlo
Improvement League and general Ira
pre ement associations of the city, has
called a meeting of that committee for
the green Mom at the Commercial
Club next Monday evening. At thle
meeting plana will be determined for
co-operating wtth the movement that
will ba launched at tha Saturday aft
JUDGE TOJBE SELECTED
Circuit Co art Jurists Will Choose
Head of JoTenlle Department.
A meeting of the Clrault Court
Judgee to select a Juvenile Court Judge
to succeed Judge Oatena. whose term
In office, will exi'lre November It. has
been called for U oarlock today. The
probabilities are that Judge Oatens will
be re-elected. All of the judgea are
understood to be favorable to his re
tention except Judge Morrow, who Is
himself a candidate tor the position.
. ... 1 1 Marlv fnrm.l the
i ne raesiiin " ... - - - -
Tlews of all the Judges having been ob
tained in advance.
It la satd that Judge Morrow feels
that he should have been consulted be
fore) the Judges decided whom to sup
port. He has been on tha bench longer
that Judge Oatena and the question of
seniority thus becomes Involved.
NEGRO DISGUISE EFFECTIVE
Patrolmen Enter Alleged Chinese
fiambllnsT-Ifonae; Arrest Five.
Assuming a negro makeup that
would have done credit to the vaude
ville alace, not to speak of the legiti
mate. Patrelmast GrinitA, u
President Gray, of H1II Line In
Oregon Tells Citizens Work Will
Begin Soon District Lauded.
Extension of the Oregon Electric to
McMlnnvllle before the end of 113
virtually waa promised by Carl R.
Gray, president of the Hill lines In
Oregon, on his first visit to that city,
from which he returned yesterday.
Mr. Gray waa Impressed with Mc
Mlnnvllle and the territory surround
ing It, and expressed his belief that It
haa possibilities equal to those of the
Willamette Valley, which he already
haa pronounoed tha best stretch of
farming country he ever has seen.
With Mr. Gray on the McMlnnvllle
trip were "W. E. Coman. general freight
and passenger agent: Charlea H. Carey,
attorney for the Hill lines, and L. B.
Wlckeraham. chief engineer. The party
waa entertained by representative busi
ness men of McMlnnvllle. who told
them of the advantages of their city
and the territory surrounding- it. A
dinner was given In honor of the rail
road men. at which Mr. Gray told of
the development work now in progress
In other parts of the state and of the
activity on the Oregon Electrlo exten
sion south of Salem.
Although be did not set a date for
beginning construction work on the
McMlnnvllle branch, he declared that It
will be completed and In operation be
fore tha and of the next two years.
This came as pleasing hews to tha
McMlnnvllle oltliens. who have been
praying for batter rail facilities ever
since the Oregon Electrlo began build
ing Its lines. Tha company already baa
obtained terminal facllltlee at McMlnn
vllle, and baa an exoellent depot site
Considerable right of way has been
obtained. The farmers on the route
of the proposed line are eager to have
It built, and the right-of-way problem.
It Is believed, will be a simple one.
To start the McMlnnvllle line soon
after the Oregon Electrlo la extended
to Eugene seems to be the plan now
being formulated by the Hill Interests.
It Is probable that work will he started
there In the Bprlng of 11X. The exact
route haa not been determined, but It
la believed that It will be most desir
able to connect with the main line
about 10 or It mtlee south of Portland
and to build via Newberg.
Plenty large. Juicy TamhIU crawfish.
Dining-room for ladles, tth and Btark.
Seattle Footofflce Janitor la Held.
SEATTLE. Wash, Nov. t. Nathaniel
Lewis. Janitor of the United States
Poatofflce. waa arrested today, charged
with robbing the mails. After hla ar
rest Lewis confessed to postofflce in
spectors that he had stolen Jewelry,
clothing and small articles. He loot
ed a silverware package this afternoon,
while he waa under survetllanca, and
put the plunder In hla locker.
FEVVET BROS. FR1UAT SPECIAL.
We offer our 11 wines at $1 a gallon:
II 60 wines at 75c a gallon; Straight
Kentucky Whisky, seven year old.
regular 14 to, at IS 60 a gallon; Ken
tucky whisky, regular tt Si), at 11.60 a
failon; 13 grade wblaky. f 1 10 a a-allon.
rldav only. " E. Morrison at. Phones
East St.. B 2420. Free delivery.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. Henry Mett wishes to express
her elncereat thanks to the many
friends for their kind sympathy ex
tended to her In her great sorrow In
the loss of her beloved husband and
father of her children and also for the
offering of so many beautiful flowers.
CARD OF TIIAXKS.
To all our relatives and friends for
their kind expressions of sympathy and
aasldance In our late bereavement, we
wish to extend our sincere thanks.
- MKS. M. J. SHARKEt
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. Frada Goldenberg. widow of the
late Leon Goldenberg. expresses ber
hearty thanks for tha florai offerings,
sympathy and condolence tendered dur
lns iier lata bereavement.
Fifth Avenue, New York, is
America's magic fashion center.
.We have this season brought all
of the very latest fashions right to
Such creations as representative
men are wearing for business and
your garments stands for all that is
correct in male attire..
We solicit your patronage.
Suits and Overcoats
$15 to $50
W e Are Sola Agents for Holeproof Hose for c:, 1R1
' Men, Women and Children Portland's Fashion Center Since 1 863
00f,(F " V" ,llVJ,""S"'V,ia nap. nanism iwiossr
The Edlefsen Fuel Company, mine
agents for "Faultless," the genuine
Wellington, propose to reduce prices
on all coals to consumers by delivering
In bulk, using barrels for unloading, aa
done in Seattle and Tacoma.
L. MAYER & CO.
Portland's Oldest Grocers.
148 Third St. A 4432, M. 9432.
Now Is the Time
To Make Mince Meat
We have received all 1011
fresh seeded raisins, cleaned cur
rants, orange and lemon peel,
Corsican citron, boiled cider,
shelled almonds, pure aromatic
Also see our display of Hood
Eiver Apples for cooking, eating
and shipping: to your friends.
A WORD OF INTEREST TO
YOU, WE ARE SURE. . ,
New Malaga Eating Raisins
have arrived. Jumbo Walnuts,
"budded," at, pound, 25; New
Jordan Almonds; New California
For Friday and Saturday we
Euyler'a Cocoa, per tin, 25o
Carolina Rice, regularly 10c per
pound at 8
Pure Maple Syrup, Quart.. 85
Jones' Dairy Farm Sausage,
per pound, 35c and 40
Chase & Sanborn Coffee, tin,
45c and S5t
Brandy for Mincemeat, gal.. .$3
Madeira and Port Wine, regu
larly f3.50 gallon, for S3
A big supply of Jones' Dairy
Farm Little Pork Sausage for
your Sunday breakfast. A large
Bloater MacfccreL 60o each. You
can secure from us a little Broil
er for your Sunday Dinner,
raised and killed on a Dairy
Farm, and surely appetizing to
look at. If you ring us up to
day, and give us your order, we
will appreciate it, as the supply
is always limited.
We give yon QUALITY, PER
SONAL ATTENTION AND ARE
SURE WE DESERVE YOUR
A Cordial Invitation to the
The regular correspond
ence machines, Models No.
4 and No. 5, are the same in
all respects except Model
No. 5 has four extra keys for
fractions and special charac
ters. The UNDERWOOD
is the most popular corre
spondence typewriter in the
world. Its sales exceed
those of any other, machine.
"The Machine You Will
68 Sixth Street,
Two Free Lectures
Sunday, November 5 th
Virgil O. Strickler, C S.
of New York City.
2 130 P. M, Heilig Theater. 8 P. M.
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
19th and Everett Sts. Publio is
F. W. BALTES
Main 165. A 1165 First and Oak
CCHWAB PRIP-TIWC CO
OSOLICITS YOUR PATR0NACE
345t STARK STREET
The moat comprehensive line
of hlak-arrade framlnK In the
West Is carried by thla houee.
The labor, materlala and design
are absolutely the best.
These are found In Antique
Gold from original designs, ar
tlstio and exoluslra.
In Maboaaay and Ctrauslaua,
E a a 1 1 a a or Italian Walsst
Veaeen of the finest quality,
new and unusual patterns, by
the best designers;
In Flemish and Blaek Oak,
Hole and Eboar, Copley Browaa,
ktaalla and French Grayai ail
especially m a d e to harmonise
with g-eneral tone of the picture.
Salesmen of expert k n o w 1
edge and long experience to
assist the purchaser In obtain
ing only artlstlo and harmoni
SANBORN, YAIL & CO.
170 Flrat. 171 Front.
The Lanreat Variety of Pletwren,
Framed Pletnrea, If ouldlngs and
Artist Material oa Pacific Coast
GROCERS, BAKERS, TEA AND WINE MERCHANTS.
of New Goods are arriving daily
Spain New Malaga Cluster Raisins, carton 5Utf
Switzerland New Grass Swiss Cheese, pound 40
Italy New Chestnuts. ,
Norway New Fat Mackerel each 12yaC to 60?
Spain New Jordan Almonds, pound 'JjJJi
Holland New Grass Edam Cheese Sl.OO
Corsica New Citron, pound 25 and 40
England New Lemon and Orange Peel, pound, 25S 40?
Hood River Pure Apple Cider, gallon ...,50c
FANCY PACKAGE FOR GIFT APPLES.
"We have a new style box of apples, designed especially for presents.
They are packed in a very attractive manner with Extra Fancy
Hood River Apples. "We offer them at $1.00 to $1.50 each, accord
ing to the variety. The express rate to far Eastern points is 75
cents and to Chicago 60 cents; other cities in proportion.
New Liver Sausage and Kosher Meats.
, WINE AND LIQUOR DEPARTMENT.
Old Forester Whisky, full quart distillery bottling, bottle. ,. .81.35
Swedish Malort Branvin, the best appetizer and tonic, bottle. .$1.35
Pomerainse Branvin, genuine imported Swedish Reymersholm Sprit-
f oradlingsaktiebodlag S51.90
French Cordials, assorted bottles, Chartreuse, Anisette, Creme de
Menthe, Cherry Cordial, Apricot Cordial 90i
French Cherries, in Menthe, small bottle 45$
Good Bourbon Whisky, absolutely pure, gallon, $3.00
288, 290, 292 Stark Street.
Phones: Main 7200; A 6181.
This Bank has compiled a table illustrating the rapid
growth of Savings at interest of 4 per cent per annum,
compounded twice a year.
On request, we will take pleasure in mailing a copy
to your address, or personally explain the same to anyone
calling, who may be interested in the subject of Sayings.
HIBERNIA SAVINGS BANK
Open Saturday Evenings 6 to 8,
"A Conservative Custodian"
SECOND AND WASHINGTON STREETS
Established 18 years Assets $2,250,000
COAL $6.50 A TON
TATHEB BAYS: KEEP TUB POT
BO ELAN G.
IMamond eoal bakes th bread that
B rolls the steak thai father tnkf
All th while with a miLe
Aad Mri, "By Gosh. If I'd knows
I would not have swore
I'd born coal no more."
Diamond Crest Coal Co.. City.
No Soot. Ko Clinkers. little Ash.
Delivered at your address in Port
land, within the one-mile circle, at
this price, or within te two-mile
circle at $"A per ton, lii week- only.
TWO TON 3 TO ECH CUSTOMER.
We will not reserve any of this coal
tor anyone, excepting orders accom
panied by the cash or check.
Oct. 24, 1911.
Dear Sire Have used the Diamond Crest Coal for some time and find It
entirely satisfactory Expect to use It continually. Sincerely, J. Ju LEAS.
Wholesale Trade In Carload LoU Solicited.
Diamond Crest Coal Co.
US Railway Exchange Bids.
Phone Marshall 2574.
Easy to put on, easy to take
off, easy to tie the tie in.
Ctnstt. FaaboilT Company. Maxan. Tray, st.T
SAVES TIME and ENERGY
Lightens All Housework
Cleans. Scours, Polishes
from cellar to garret
WORKS WITHOUT WASTE
Foster & Kleiser
HlaCh Grade Commercial and EUectrle
East Seventh and East Everett Streets.
I'Pones rjssl 1111, B 2224.
, We are contractors and will furnish
lot and finance the building- of a noma
for you on easy payments. We givt
references and ask references.
WTATT, ESTABKOOK ct RAT,
801 Conch Bids. Phoas Mala 4211.