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THE MOKXI3U OKEGOMAX, FRIDAY. JANUARY XI, 1913
Governor Enjoys Efforts of
Correspondents to Find
How Cabinet Stands.
SOCIALIST MAYOR OF BERKELEY ??rUSp TO A
CHARITIES DLNKJtiH AT XHKbti whuaiw .
ACCEPTANCES DUE FIRST
Both Practical Men and Those "ot
In Politics Vnflcr Consideration,
and CoHcac Presidents Bo
Not loom Large.
Trenton. X. J.. Jan. 50. President
elect Wilson permitted himself to be
questioned at great leng-th by the cor
respondents today about the makeup
of his Cabinet and Seemingly nJ"
tl-e efforts that were made to secure
Information from him. The Governor,
however, carefully avoided any dis
closures. Asked whether any names
other than that of William Jennines
Bryan had been siigpested for tne
Secretaryship of State. Mr. Viisonsaid.
"About a half dozen."
To the inquiry as to who these men
might be Mr. Wilson reflected for a
moment, but replied that he could not
recall offhand, because some of these
Individuals were grouped under lists
of names suggested for other port
loios as well.
(ollrxe President Not Preferred.
One of the 'correspondents asked Mr.
Wilson if he intended to appoint to his
Cabinet men of practical experience in
public affairs or professional men who
had not been in politlcs.
"Both sorts are under consideration,
he answered, and then added with a
laush "but I am certainly not (coins
to make up my Cabinet of college pres
idents." The Governor said he had decided to
follow the usual course and pet ac
ceptances before announcing his Cab
inet. He was asked whether he would
make public the acceptances as they
came to Mm.
"No," he replied, "because I'm really
trying to make up a team."
He intimated that a possible declina
tion of a single portfolio might make
it necessary to redistribute the entire
Jitn Jeraey Bnaineaa Leads.
Kxcept for the visit of Representa
tive Carter Glass, chairman of the
House subcommittee on banking and
currency the Governor devoted the day
to New Jersey business.
Mr. Glass gave Mr. Wilson an ac
count of the progress of the public
hearings before the banking and cur
"Mr. Glass pleased me." said the
Governor, "by telling me that the atti
tude of the big bankers who appeared
v nen i r-ai.i in in -
cago that the banking system of the
. . . 1.J T . U 1. t T
countrv stood convicted. I thought I begin framing ine iem.i.vC ",'""""
v saving what everybody had said next Monday and counts upop the Dcm
" timo one's common- ocratic caucus of the next House ap
h,.f.,i-. snme times one's common
places startle the country."
Mr. c,li!.ss declared after his confer
Kdniund Walker, head of the Bunk of
Montreal, to anpear before the com
mittee on March IS.
Patronage Not ProniIed.
Iteports of the organization of the
Illinois Legislature with the election
or a Speaker interested President-elect
,i.i.t ,ii.ir,.,t..i, frnm Illinois said that
Charles I'.oescliensteln, Democratic
candidate, mlslit lie chosen instead ot
J. Hamilton Iewis. who was the Dem
ocratic primary choice.
"They can't back out on the primary
choice," commented Mr. Wilson.
One of the correspondents inquired
about the report that recognition by
minority patronage had been promised,
to Progressives, who held the balance
of power In the Illinois Legislature, if
they supported lcmocrats for United
"I have made absolutely no promises
of patronage to anybody," answered
?vr KcV 71
II 1 1 I m.
-V X". &TS FWW FSSSlliXaSar-JL--
The Addition with Character
j. stitt wilsox.
TARIFF ILL PASS
Democrats Expect Prompt
Action by Congress.
FREE SHOES ARE PROBABLE
Intlertvood Says Alo That, Harness
Is Getting Too Much Protection.
Audubon Society Wants to
WASHINGTON. Jan. 30. Democratic
leaders in the House expressed the
view tonight that there would be no
tude of the big bankers wno appeareu the . and
before the committee was an ati.iuu " mmltte. ta
means committee tariff revision plan
friendly co-operation.'- -"" " " " " . " " m extra
While talking about banking reforms tnrougn m.o "1,1 "l " "-ect
, . . ..,, -ud ..nsnaiiv! ..sinii and said they did not expect
..t,-k i i w cneneh at Chi- much trouble with it in th
. A wi ...i . v. ; t in the Kpnate
The majority of the committee will
begin framing the tentative legislation
oerai.e I - --..,,
proving US WOrK SUOSinium" J -
committee reports it.
So far tnere iias oeen no .
ence with the Governor that the new "r , e of the schedules as
monetary bills would be ready for in- clu ion o "j W pollcy has
tropin. Hon at the extra session of Con- a ""'e' """f .,.iui n, rates
gress. He added that he did not know ? My competitive basis, with
yet when the hearings would close, but raising and saving to the con-11,-t
he l,nl arranged today for Mr revenue r o. .,.
lumer as primary factors.
Free l.lst Next la Tara. '
The committee heard more than 50
witnesses today and tonight on the
sundries schedule of the tariff. The
scene will shift tomorrow to the free
list, the administrative provisions and
miscellaneous tariff ideas. The testi-
nn the tarltl sunanea
1 ' " i " - - monv on mi; -
With respect to the contest for the jrom' birds of paradise to boots and
l nited States Senatorshlp. he whs told . nd bituminous coal. The ex-
SINGLE TERM' IS OPPOSED
iinlliiii.il Krnm Klrst rBgM
fiKht throuyhouc the day. Senator
Horah said President Taft had not used
the power of his office for his own
rc-rlection in IMz to any greater ex
tent than President Iloosevelt had
used it ill 130S for the election of Mr.
"President Roosevelt wanted Mr.
Ta't nominated because he believed
Taft would carry out the principles
to which the Koosevelt Administra
tion as devoted." said Senator Bris
tow. "'A President who would not use
every effort to perpetuate his policies
would not be worth his salt."
. .Senator Hitchcock asked if it were
not "generally believed" that Roosevelt
favored President Taft's nomination In
IOCS, so that he might be a candidate
in l?I2 himself.
Boras Renlleti to Hltrhcock.
"1 know the Senator himself docs not
entertain such a thought," retorted
Senator Borah, "so I feel free to say
that such an Wea is the product of a
Senator Dixon's charjre that single
six-ear terms were desired chiefly
by ambitious aspirants for the Presi
dency and the declaration of Senators
animation indicated a probability of at
least a substantial reduction wtu ......
. j ohnes and
present niiLies on
In the opinion of some of the majority
leaders a transier ot mooo '""
the free list. ,
"We will lew a rate below the pres
ent rate." said Chairman Underwood to
.i o-miifi he irlad. if it
could' be 'done, to take off tho tariff
entirely and to have the American im
porter go in and beat the foreigner.
Harness Tariff "Too Hlga."
Chairman Underwood stated at the
opening of todays hearing that tho
present 20 per cent tasiff on harness
and saddlery was too high. The state
ment was made while K. W. Campbell.
.. .1 nriasntinff H fHfl U It? I
association, was pleading for the re
tention ot tr.e auu.
We are not going to write a pro
hibitive tariff." said Mr. I'nderwood.
The fight to bar out aigrettes from
the country In the Interest of the Na
tional Association of Audubon t-orie-
. ,niTail,m favoring
ties ano on"-. -
the protection of birds was led b) W.
William T. Hornaoaj io. "-"" - -KoologUal
So.iety. He advocated a
i.(t.ti ocrsiinst the imnor-
.,' nl.imaire of wild birds for
-iii n..ruin nf New lork. sec-
T i.A v.tinnfli Association ot
. .',..'! w.w.i,i- pnilvrned tlie hear
ing by suggesting' that it was not only
a matter of. protection ior n.c
but of protection for husbands, as, he
said, women would buy feathers at
J 100 an ounce.
TontUbrusb Trade Pooled.
The existence of a trade agreement
between the Florence Manufacturing
Company, of Florence. Mass.. and the
Jobbers, under which the retail price
of toothbrushes was fixed, was admit
ted bv William Cordes. treasurer of
that concern, who said his company
. ..-(hli-l nf the total touth-
l I 1 II ! ' " " ' .......
brush output of the country. Ques
tioned regarding this agreement,
which Representative Fordney told the
witness was in violation of the i-her-man
anti-trust law. Mr. Conies admit
. . t . . v. f . i 1 -t i, keen the
ten mat ii. J" " , , , ...
agreement tfie company would sell to
i.A .ii.i v... ,.a(iin, th. teleerram
which nc ui" "J
and saying that from his knowledge or
the patriotism or tne peopic m v..-.
section, that they would approve of
whatever appropriation the Legislature
.ii... ii. eaM that thev are
mums piojjei. i -
anticipating railroad conection with the
. . . I . v. .. .t.A nnaninr Of the
canal and therefore want to be strongly
represented at tne exposition.
Great Benefits Foreseen.
n..,ta v.t ilhantr Qiuiku brief-
.UdJUi i'a . .i. ....... j , - ,
ly. assuring the meeting that he be
lieves that the great need of the state
is people who will cultivate the soil
and take advantage of the many op
portunities presented in the state. He
1 1 .ha that nannlA cannot he f?Ot-
ten here without the expenditure of
money, out saia i w.mi.. .--this
nnrnose has brought back a 100-
fold in benefits. He favored as much
as J500.000 appropriation.
JUUUS Meier, cnannian ui iiir v,c6v..
n l 1 ,1 .. rtf HlO Oom-
t.OIllllllB1011, 1CBU - ' "
mission, embodying the views of the
members as to now tne imiua no"iu
ka ..aa frtr'tha evnosltion and giving
the details as to its management.
colonel i-j. i-i. rsriggs. prcoiucu, ui
, .ki.-j t,...!.! itl,,h toelared that
Aaiiianu vwi"i,vlB' " '
the people of the Rogue River Valley
favor a large appropriation and that
they want to nave a cerutiaoie cmui-
.i .. i . . . 1. 1 .i tnr, u n thnt nennle tro-
LlOll l jtaiuaiiu, . ' J '' f ' ' ' r. -
Ing to or coming from California may
stop over and enjy tne wuuueuui . n
mate and attractions of that and the
Among those attending the confer
. r-.l. II i . .- i,!.i I r-1.1l - W.
V. Fuller. W. 1. Toote, Jr., J. C. Hsyter, L..
i. tsrown. Lunelle r oiri . v ' v. . - . .
Dallas Commercial Club; S..W. Slgler. 1- H.
Utacher. Dayton Commercial Club; G. I
Hurd, Stanficld Commercial Club: J. 8.
Cooper. J. E. Hubbard. P. M. Klrkland, J.
L Hanna, H. Hlrschberg. T.. Damon. A. L.
Sherlipg. M. W. Walker. S. B. Walker, W. U
Rice. H. H. Drexler, W. E. Craven, H. E.
Brown. J. J. Fenlon, Dr. Mclntyre. W. w
FerclvaU H. Mattlson, K. C. Eldrldge, J. O.
Mcintosn, IHUCIJCI1UCUI.V .
W. Lair Thompson, I.akfcvlew commercial
Club: C. C. cnapman. umimr
Club: T. J. Baldwin, Charles Dodge, J. (.,.
Applebee. Warrenton Development League;
J. M. Kenne, William Gehrig, oeorge l-ui-
nam, W. H. Cannon, William l-Oivig. iu
ford Commercial Club: B. D. Brlggs, Ashland
Commercial Club: William Bain, W. G. Bal
lack. E. S. Cualck, J. J. Collins. W. H. Davis,
M H. Ellis. J. It. Wallace. J. A. Howard. .
M. French. W. A. Barrett, P. A. Voung, E.
H. Morton, George Tomlinson, F. P. Nutting.
. . . i .. . -1. TTT . Ua.r.ll
c H. etewart. r. J- ncwtoi, ...
L. E. Hamilton. James H. Ralston, Albany
t39th and E. Glisan
Phone Tabor 3433
Combines the four essential features that all
exacting people demand of a high-class residen
tial district every modern improvement, per
fectly satisfactory transportation,' carefully
imposed restrictions and sufficient age to safe
guard its present standing, as a neighborly,
social, pleasant place to reside permanently.
Withal, its varied distinctions. and superior
advantages have not set a prohibitive price
on LAURELHURST homesites. A num
ber of delightful locations, $1000 and up.
MEAD & MURPHY
270V2 Stark Street
Berkeley Mayor Refuses to At
tend Three-Dollar Dinner.
LAZARUS' SPIRIT INVOKED
in the country, and expects to depart
from England Saturday or Sunday.
M. Novakovitch, head of the Servian
delegation, has arranged to go home
in a day or two, but will return It the
nsgotiations are resumed. Dr. Daneff
will leave the beginning of next week.
The Ambassadorial conference will
meet tomorrow to consider the porte's
Very Much of a Hobo.
- Kansas City Sta'r.
Weary Willie Is dat California Cal
much of a hobo?
Dusty Rhodes Much of a hobo? Why
he beat his way across the Sahara Desr
ert on a camel.
Phui That Guests Diniug in Luxury
Shall See Moving Pictures Show
ing Hanger of Poor Called
SAN FRAN-CISCO. Jan. 30. "In behalf
of Lazarus, lying at the gate," J. Stitt
Wilson. Socialist Mayor of. Berkeley,
declined today to attend the banquet of
the Associated Charities of San Fran
cisco, at which guests who pay 3 a
plate will watch moving pictures illus
trating "how needy families live," and
"illustrating battles with poverty and
Money Would Help Sieedy.
"The Mayor of Berkeley," runs the
declination, "does not receive sufficient
Balary to dine with the social class that
1 i nn rtnfl meal and I
fan E,iiunt-i v" .
prefer to give this 3 to some needy
family. inree uonaiw i
suits of children's underwear, or keep
a child for a week.
Franklin Defeats Elinira.
7TTKT-.T'Tr,W CTTV rty Tan 5rt CSnP-
ciaL) Franklin defeated Elmira in a
fast ana exciting game 01 Dasaeioau
here tonight by the score of 16-14.
in... .1 TOO Ortn -U'llic.ll T Of-
lST;,JKwS:S5 fer for not accepting your Invitation to
Commercial U". K . - is that there is something
Chamber of Commerce: W. L. Clara. . . iv. tnis Danquei. is uiu
i.namner ,,. , mPi,,i Cluhr M. I .ith..i. i-nln-nr and ostentatiously
Aiarsnau, nuuu .v.... . - usil.iv
J. -Durj ea, EiiKcne Cnmmerclal Club; T. t . paRan in the spectacle of a group ot
Taylor, l'enoleton Commercial Club: C C. I jng cf a twentieth century city sit-
r'hanmnn W. V. JiaeiorB. Jnil O. . i . . kanmlPt WT1 1 1 G OIC-
5 K rlmaket. iurs abnrshown dispiaying the
, is t'.i,,v W. hnnirer of the poor.
Mrs. treurso a,. ' " " - "
.. . . i -n- .1 Hnffmann. J. J. Saver. ... it
C W. Nottingham. Dr. F. b. Moore, A. i
Mills, J. F. i'arroll, B. C. Jones, R. C. Hol-
Tnhlic Declination Defended.
"If you offer a rebuke to me for pub-
Mills. J. F. Carroll. B. C. Jones, R.C. Hoi- -it you oiier
man H E Vernon, J. L. Miller, K. iu. Slew- ncly oecuning un. ... .
art C D Rosa, M. N. Dana, W. J. Clemens, &rouna that if I did not wish to attend
F C RICKS. O. S. Allen. A. B. Richardson, j coul1 stay away and keep silent, I
G. putman. O. L. ldleman, V. Purse. W. ,v t)at if anything under heaven
i Morsati T. .1. r-euien, . .
Frank S. Crant. W. I. Clark, C. K. Marfan.
Colonel 11. K. i-". j - -
Marshall. J. B. Carr. S. C. ""'
C. Bloomer, V. K. Coman. E. C. uriffln,
F H. FOEarty. Charles F. Bern. F. A. Free
man. E. B. Piper, (h F. Johnson. J. J.
O'Xell. Henry Albers. E. F. Rice, A. L.
Fish George Uitrence, W. D. Skinner.
George M. Trowbridge. H. Holraan. T. J.
Baldwin. George M. Hyland. Gay Lombard.
C D Minton. William McMurray. w. H.
Crawforti, M. F,. Wmead. U. f. Knowiton.
J. Annand. J. . Hamilton. W A. Market.
R W Raymond. J. C. Zani kcr, H. K. Hayek,
J Fred l.arsen. Guy Talbot. A. D. Charlton,
n p peek Zera Snow. J. Baumgartner, M.
o! Wlnstock. T. C. Taylor. F. V. Isherw-ood.
1. A. Colton. P. W. Herman. J. C. Ains
worth. R. S. Howard. Dr. C. W. Cornelius.
Tom Richardson. i. W. Htapleton. B. S.
'josselyn. Julius Meier. W. A. Connor. Port
land Commercial Club; C. M. Collier. Prairie
City Commercial Club; J. T. Mark. Canyon
Cllv Commercial Club: A. E. Reams. Med
foril Commercial Club: George M. Bailey.
Paisley Commercial Club; F. N. Colman, fat.
Paul commercial tuv.
FOOD SUPPLIES ARE LOW
TILIiAMOOK COCSTY IS AXXIOUS
.lency and the de.laration of Senators asreement Mie company um .i .
Bristow and Folndexter that this pro- I the jobber thereafter only on the same
. . ... , ..... I hai aa to a retailer.
posed limitation would be destrurtlvs
.f American principled of government
made up the burden of the Progressive
Nsrht against me resolution.
Senator Fristow declared the people
should be free to choose their own
President and to re-elect a President
w.un they believed it wise. He de
clared the Constitution should include
a recall provision, so that when Con
gress is overthrown because an Ad
ministration is not satisfactory, the
people also could recall the President
and establish a new Administration
Con boy .V-qnittcd at tldondale.
COLI'KNL'ALK. Wash-Jan. SO. Spe
i lack Jovce. a cow-boy who took
part in the Pendleton roundup. as
a.-uuitted by a jury in the Superior
Court today mi a deeenerary charge.
.!.,ce came to (Soldendale with a wild
.... Airintr till, rminfV fair IflSt
l f " ' " w "
Sei.t.-mt-er. 11.1 defense was that the
... .... trnmoed un aicainst nim
after hcinn r..hh,j by habitues of
local livery stable.
Dasts as io
Mr. Cordes said that his attorney au
advised him that the agreement was
not in violation of tne law. nut jvph-
. ... i." .1..' i! ov a.lvised - him
reeniii.r - . " -
against continuing the agreement.
FAIR APPROPRIATION URGED
continued From First Page !
and vicinity are in favor of proper rep
resentation at me cah"""
-i.otn thut will afford
sire an aoinoH'"1"'" -
such a showing as will prove the deep
interest mat an v.is..-.,
opening of the Panama Canal. .
Tow Counties Anprwve S00.00O.
. . :.. .i.. h.H in the declar
ation of T. C Taylor, of Pendleton, rep-
irrw"ous. 1 . -- -
.1... f L-Bern Or.Bnii lt. assured
ino- that he had no doubt
- that th. ncnnlp of his sect
.aiiih nnnrove of any sum tnat
mav he appropriated up to JoOO.OOI.
. ,,..hri.i rhamhpr nf Com
i tie i'. ...
rn.-r.-e received the invitation too late
to send a ueieeraitou. ion -...
. ... it - Vt riirht or Portland.
arkiils him to represent Marshflcld,
Druggists at Bay City Vnable to Fill
All Prescriptions Train Serv
ice Promised Saturday.
. citv n.. t.n so iSnecial.i
-Tillamook County is in a bad plight.
owing to tne ranroaa oin Voun
Operate. uonniiiuu ic ..
k.t.,. Rxairles being wholly out
of certain "groceries, grain and feed,
stocks of drugs are running low. and
some necessary meaicineo cui..c...
gone. Druggists say they are unable
to fill many prescriptions for lack of
ingredients. Unless relief comes soon,
people will be in distress.
i n,u(.la ,nnrt ihat the
line Is cleared, but the people refuse
to believe anyinina- muu ...... . ...
sight. A through train from Portland
is expected - Saturday. Weather con
ditions arc now ideal. Sunday saw the
1 V. i a for a month. T tl i T -
Ill-st real - --------- "
teen inches of rain have fallen since
The bodies of two men, who were
killed at Mile Post 40 by a falling tree,
were taken out yesterday.
ECZEMA CtRED IN 10 TO 80 DAYS.
Th Pari Medicine Co.. Pine street.
St kouis. Mo., manufacturers of Laxattv
Flromo uulntne. have a new and wonderfui
discovery. GROVE S 6A-NARB CUTIS, which
they guarantee to cure any case of EC
ZKTMA. no matter of how long standing. In
10 to 50 days, and will refund money IT It
fails GEOvna SA-NARE CCTIS Is perfect
ly clean and doe not stain. If your druggist
Hasn't It. snd us OOc. in uoslaga iiulh
and II will b sent bf mVU
should be oprn to the moral sense of
the community, it id tne acuvui a-
. ,i.n nro-gni7iri aKsociated chari-
uni;iio v r--
ties The business 01 ewn wuj "
their dealings to the poor and for the
poor is the busines r ctrj
Is'hall gladly repent this letter if I
i i.oii,.ii'iiiv nri morally con-
CH.I1 te llllr,lvl-1' j . , .,- . .
vinced that my ethical and spiritual at
titude is discourteous or wrons-
This in behalf of Lazarus, lying at
TURKS OFFtR COMPROMISE
(Continued From First Page.)
L-th. nowers the disposition of the
land on the right bank of the Maritza
niv.r ivhich condition, as is known
it,, allies are satisfied to accept. The
Question of the Aegean Islands also
. .i il Tien soivea. as tne
-jprav liven, j
norte Is disposed to leave ineir tciun
ment to the powers.
- DaaelTa Worda for Publication.
Dr. rfaneff. head of the Bulgarian
delegation, said with reference to lur
'It is not of a character to iorm mo
h.da for fresh negotiation.
Thi however, simply is a puoiit.
statement, possibly for the purpose of
exercising further pressure on Con
stantinople, A majority of the allies
annarenUy trust that a compromise
n'ltl hA reached.
u tho nnwers have urged the allies
to do their utmost to prevent the re
sumption of hostilities, because ot tne
v. comnlications that otnerwise
-Whatever haoDens, the
c.,..i, Ti-,mier. M. Venizelos. will leave
London tomorrow. He will visit menu-
Vickers and Butler were the stars for
Franklin, while Williams and Parker
shone for Elmira. This was the second
game between the two teams, the first
having been played at Elmira and was
won by Etmlra 18-17.
Are Impure matters which the skin,
liver, kidneys and other organs cannot
take care of without neip.
pimniAs. boils, eczema and other
eruptions, loss of appetite, that tired
feeling, bilious turns, fits of indiges
tion, dull headaches and other troubles
are due to them.
In their treatment be sure to take
Hood's Sarsaparilla. Thousands tes
tify that It purifies, enrlcnes ana re
vitalizes the blood and builds up the
1. .. n e'lv , - a a r t- n 1 it mv snn hod fl
bad running sore which separated ear
from neaa. liooa s earsapartiia curoo
him." Mrs. C. A. Daley. Butte, Mont.
There is no real substitute for
Get it today in the usual liquid form
or in the tablets known as Saraatabs.
mn vi ass
for deep down
merit and su
all others is
the reason for
ever - growing
Lasts longer than buttonhole
collar and is easier to put on and
to take off. 15c, 2 for 25c
Cloett, Peabody tc Co., Makera
Aronev deposited in onr Savings Department on or before
February 1st -will begin to draw interest on that date.
Open an account and get the February interest.
Security Savings and Trust Company
Fifth, and Morrison Streets
Capital and Surplus
HEW lUREi by
A Thoroughly Enjoyable Route
Take the "Golden Sunset Limited," "Sunset
Express" or "Sunset Route No. 8" v
From San Francisco. Third and Townsend streets, via the m Coast I-lne.
through Southern California, Arlaona. Tesas and Louisiana to New or-
leans. Trains electric lighted. ObiarvaUon-Ubrary-Clubroom Car, Dining
Car, meals a la carte.
YOU SEE THE SOUTH
and can stop off. If you wish, at San Francisco. Ln Angeles, El Paso.
San Antonio. Houston, New Orleans or other points.
THE OCEAN TRIP
Five delightful days New Orleans to New Tork on the tulf and ocean by
the southern Pacific, commodious 10,600 ton steamers. Excellent service
Promenade decks, staterooms, single or eu suite, with parlor and bain.
ONE WAY OR ROUND-TRIP FARES
Same aa all rail, and can be used both ways through California to New
Orleans; thence all rail, or rail and steamer, but Include meals and
hcrth on steamer.
THREE FINE TRAINS TO SAN FRANCISCO
The "Shasta Limited." California Express and "San Fran
cisco Kxpreas." These tralna connect villi all trains at on
Francisco for Los Angeles and South.
For further particulars call at City Ticket Office, 3d and
Washington atreet. East Morrison depot, or write
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent,
fl TsTssl ii imr
Dear to the Hearts of the Women.
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
An Indispensable and Necessaro
Article for Particular Women
inhn Desire to Hetain a
. . v,an.tr or,H
loved ones to retain the charm of youtn
nature has bestowed upon her. For over
half a century this article has been usel
by actressea, singers and women of
fashion. It renders the skin like the
softness of velvet leaving it clear and
pearly white and Is highly desirable when .
crenarlng for dally or evening attire. As
ft Is a liquid and non-greasy preparation,
it remains unnoticed. When attending
dances, balls or other enterUUnmentH. it
prevents a greasy appearance of tne corn -plexion
caused by the skm becoming
Gour'aud's Oriental Cream cures skin
diseases and relieves Sunburn. Removes
Ta flmap"e Blackheads Moth Patches
Rash, rrecaies aim V
Yellow and Muddy skin, giving a delicately clear ana rennea
whicho every worna -e-Jrj pancy e
Ferd. T. Hopkins, Prop., 37 Great Jones street, new lora.
We invite applications for loans
on choice business property in
PORTLAND. New buildiDg
projects financed where the fee
simple title to the ground is in
cluded, Corespondence is invited.
Capital and Surplus
Mercantile Trust Co.
Saint Louis, Mo.