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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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fcaova. ac aaaut to taa araaaat
ajaaarataaaa. U aaoaaifcaa,, ta
Uiu tke aulBu aJ Plata
wnara lka ava Oral asaar4.
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twa t tAa cttjr aUitar.
lit ri-itf! r rttt wi;i
a!; tia c . a ;aiona e&;tl t fcf ti
jt!a jt't?r(r Court itminat4 af ra
vta. t! c;:t H'.-E lcs'-t.on orli-a.n-a
wi.I b utmci4 ta ts l'owl
rroa:r rruiir fjr ra-aaactmant
l ajutT Cltjr AH.)ror ria U lunrt
taa e2aaa aa.!-T 1 rca l
ara aanira (till Al ! na;a
ri lra4 tr tka coarta Uk ka
mala. Caa af iKtartant ill ka tha
iiaartfa af a jri'a f" appi
ffa-n tla nUst) ef laapactara. Tka
moira wl.l tnfHa tkal a 4alr Bat
aat.r.ai wlta tfta ca4mUM af aav
f k:a mar a rh
aa4 it Bat jt:i.'i'J
a may ta tba
TSa mUi far tka conjtl.lrtI. tf
tna irrpravacriaat aX kKitil afia
r.aj Kaa4 Cui.tca ronl. at.tk
l tin kaaa kat4 UaC r..Ur.
roa?4aat t. l rkrurr It Wea-Utova
.oua la faat a 14 a4 It
f..j-i.i tkat ta ra It fall wi4:k tka
roti aral.l ka la. la (lanea-l
fnrr a U'a 4-alrlct for nwMtrnni
tl i croaa4 ta aa a a:np la t."a
r.Bt-r ef tka atraat aat Ikaa lwjf
rfta tAiana af tka wtmr ta tka curb
mi'h ro.- B;t-a.in aa4
im'i :.lw.i, tMa coal of tkla Cl
af :rrrrQVamaal kalrta1 fn'k laaa tkaB
anti bar i-aarf ca (tttrwal
f. ;taaT fi-f -r:r rtiaauraa Baa
araa atart4 foramaB an. I K J.
In,)a acratry cf t tftuif
rn. J-jrT. 4ra aat.roT. t'apata
tif;tN?i Atera tlaannaraiv ariu ttv
tin-la la ' ef la of lia
rn4 Jtr. ajkl.-k la c-rpaaa4 thla
pioBtH af Ira4 taklar. Ci l..at Msty
ms arraaf ork. I'rak .N. la-akir.
H Mialtnotna: ft. J Li4B, lnta.
.rrt: A. Na:or. ! Nnrtk Utoa
airaae, l. J"aJ. 1'aa i4kr. I Uaah.
ioit atraat. J. J Hf. Inta. ana
i J Vtewwiii, SZ :! Tratyv
an t atraat NortX
Jf A"irrr-rra rr-rai hrm I XT-
tifara ani on 5 4-jrlfi I-ttr-
tna4 a '4 lmpr.i.-n
l-i Urncktaa. tlua, kra aral ef
ia ITtara vara lirM r ta tka
irarkta t1!: Itntarprtaa. a w
rrr. a at b;.ka.t Tkay tll ef tka
rnarira ef . ff. l'Brtl"alaf
f.ntiB la laa laitara aaat aul kr
K'i-T R. fintKi 4 J' W. U.
annttaa-kara af I'erttn4 far
fnrtr r-i44 la rlfWB(oB, A lao a
Ur.tar wrtttea to ta l:trrtflM hf
t.i.a l. t'll U aMUha4.
f-rraai rrra firturro irr r n.rwm.
i n af Ika frnai af laat weak
a'orm la A aaw eoa-atry an tl I ran
rrj-tlaa kqlMtnf en tka acMk"t
rernar af foi4 an4 W.a atraata. Tka
f kA (raaaa-l tka kruk wall nr
l a furtt aal af pitartiD. fiaiMtnar la
ict.cMr t'ta-rtmar iara4 tka atructura
y-f-f.T ant mar ra(i!ra tta ruin
I tka ar.vtlon ef a Itaar atrurtara,
T f roffir I i4 ejf tka I.aryr'
Title A Tru.-t Cernpaar.
rc RirTiara "ro Jan. 41. T. Miliar
ar4 J"ki )I. '9Mo. Biplora4 aa tka
i n.iimbit luckaay. r Iktaaratl.
mn ara a-ci.a4 ef fc;kAlouy a
a-.;''" Adrian Mirv&r. A tmaaapar.
I l I'ri.i.r a4 a ara arraata4 tr
lptirr Jfiartff I'klUipa fQn4f. ware
-ri.. ta tka I'latrart l'"n yaatar-
riu. TSr a4 far lima ta .--re aa
t.irar lalora Harm a bl. an4
war ratra4 to Jaii la liao f koola
af IMua ivk.
r'rTT Cutr-ai-Tt. t- Oaf it a'cr-. The
dry fouacil la t kara It or.(t.4
ef aatorneatla. rur k !e u A(rl Wa4
waa tnatrvtal rariar t alartia
fnf ki'i far a mac-ftla. tt la propaa4
t n aa al l ear ar sa4 kr iror
A:baa an.t I '). wkl-a kaa u
pr-priaca4 far tka rpir ef tka m.
rktna 4 .riaaT tkla year. aa4 or 111
an ira aa4 At a aaar ma.-kia tare
nono t carry tka fall iet.rti.-il.
r ra- rvr" lctj- Irce Now
roma tr pea4! f'.e4 on.-flClwft ta
B'l tka Bnamp:ni t'lrar'or JotlOaan.
ef tka r-st iraapleyaaaat lijraaa, I4
i t kit'M tkl ka k fc4 a aum bar
ef r:: for nan ta ait ta r-nerla
at'jff fr-a t lower par" af vnartM
an.t dk. Tka ktiraaa k aa a loeaT ttat
ef faianltf (Boa. fey tMa aaat a)tkr
ktnj ef ar.
lavrrv- rry;B tmm ft-rrr. -hi a aa
toary praflta war al-ka4 la Mialt
l?al i"rt yaafar'lay at'.arnoon wkaa
J 4 Ira tARCCata fiae. A n I'.J for
r.inaiKCCinar a lottery Karcaaal Vat
nta a"4 rtr-!r-!a Kt!naTarmi'" ar.
r"4 k'ea at iaaren.i a'reet fnnaiy
aianiar. A acribr ef lottery II l(U
w-ra aaowa Be -t'in.
vrtre-rra tT Ca,a Tr-arra.
el'4!aet, ajr4t4 f-ora IJia tram
aiar nra.iaa. ko apply for f.f tu-at
la ea.n.e tkara to BO to tM& avkeet
f tra.la B'koal, may praaaat a raal
ataTDatt ky tkatr B!atk'ra4a taacbrf
an.t principal, at rtwm HI I'oaftftotita.
nr Infira-a-a rail Mr. V. J. IEw
ktfi. Vila ilZt.
Ta. t'Bi-t Tt t.-TTra nr. T. W.
Tfiuk. ef tie tnverity ef Oraeon.
t;i laartnra taaickt la Ika Library ea
TrS!ey " Ha wt; pak nHr tka
ia;i.-a ef tka 'ort'a4 ra4 Tak
r Aim'tio. a: j-ator aa4
tt.laetA af pr.kic(y ara Intttaa. Tka
Uetare la fra
rrt' m i rir Tv a Cara Tka
yMBra ef lira, T. Z mmarmaa, Hi
tmi Taranty-firat treat, teak fire
f-em a 6fe-t!e r.na ian.ty evaelrc.
fiafora It k4 ba cLnu(a. ta any a x -t-tit
tka fumaa wr eatinc-)-ha4.
I'atralasaa f- la. la raprta4 Ik
1Vrr roa Tat vntAja'a Eic-a-raa
f ala ar ea aIa at Ike Arliataa Ciok.
fair-ii"r Clok. Hotel f'yUB4 an4
reaoa (otl. an4 raa ka rktaiae4 from
Bay af te Ia4l of tka V otna-a Cx
lluit tr4. A4.
X.t icaam. T- t'a Itarta Tka Cem-1-iHOitr
Traiainc i.-i ef It-ltdou
:.iai-ati'-a rnoatl" Pia-y
at tt library l l l ki4
la .a wa.k.
.v Fl Farar'aa.
Sraaary I at rao--B(SXT PaojscraKv
Procaaxiir ( hare baa atavrta-a for
tna parlr.at of raat Ollaan and Eaat
Taanir-aiilh treat lo tb tABdy bouie-
yard. Ktd are ake4 for akret aankAlt.
sapbaltie concrete, bitulllhlc or liataara
rlaaa. Hi 4a for the work are lo ti
la by Kabruary It I planned lo
Improve ene-baif of fcaat oaventy-ailtli
from tka torn Ilea af tlaal ktaia ex-
lnild waalarly lo Ik aorth Una of
r .t Tarnhi.l atraat. at Mount Taoor.
Tkla Irrprotarnr r.t wl!l rcnaiai of (rrad-
ina an.t concrete aMawalka and tka
coat lll be IT. It la rspe-tr4 to let
tka contract for thla Improvement tka
latter part ef tka praacni moBtk.
Urn j-awaa Aaraif-T la Madb.
Aawianrni for tk ranatroctloa of Ike
ftUl-itrMl and taat Kiakiy-aecnn'l
treat trunk awr. for tka Wnlavlll
rd Faat Mount Tabor dlalrlrt. baa
been c.aaie and amount to II4J.I
ahi.h Include tka engineering coat.
True iiaajimanl baa be r n filed in tk
offir of tk a adit or. and tka rroperty
ewrera stilt bava opportunity to file
objection. If any. to th aamnt.
ibJcctlor.B will ba baard bafor th
final aaaaac ef tk ordmanr by tk
rouecil. but the objection muck b
fil4 witbla taa Jaj a of Jaauary !.
Tba cjietrtrt covara a larga ar, near
ly I0) acre.
Cat Bra CaarraaaRaio) ana BcPOtrT
Tke finaaciaj bueiatel ranvBa of tk
faat cUde Chrl. ti.- Ckarck. wfclch cx--
ctipie tka kslHIInc of tka diaaoiveq
liawtkorr.a I raab) teriaa contra. ".Ion.
-aat Twelfth and I t Taylor atrreta.
wa aot computed Bun-lay a ipct4
eo account of tka wcatker. but villi be
f;nlkeH IM I wek. U"o4 rrctTT"a la
reported. The Paator. Hev. A. 1. Crlm.
n4 mot ef Ike tnembera. ar from
tr-a former Cantral ("briattaa fburck.
dirk went down BnV.er a load of
4b(. bb4 tky cJe4-d to raa tk n
rkank oa a aoaed financial baaia. Tb
aw rkurcb baa JIS tnemker.
AlJraT K. Knrtj Pta Albert Kal
Kofem. ej4 at bl bora In Lenta after
a raidne m Ore ton of Ji year. II
wa. ! for three weka. Mr. Kofern
waa ti yaara ef ac aaad waa a nattv
ef Oar many. tie bad been la tk
kamea buatneaa and conducted
kareea ator In 1-rnt for tk paat tn
year. He I aarvlvet bv tk follow
le chll-lren: Mr. R W. Kllitkrojs
"onr4. Mar. tana; Mr, fjeorr irtffln,
folfa. Weak : Mr I'urt llromwell.
lor.ald. "r.; Mr. W. II ruckworta.
ter.ta. Jcfcn Kai Kofern. Portland and
Aleaaader Cl Kofern. Colfaa.
Ma N M. Oaatary-B ITrvrraiAt Ilaurx
I'-nanl rt of Mr Nelli Mf
Veitk I'briii. who dud Saturday at her
tale real -lane. 144 teat l.ljhtk alreet,
at tka asa of ft yaara. war con
4irta4 yeaterday fro-n T. 3. Iunnina'a
ckapel. 4 1 1 rTaat AWT trcet. Inter
mart will Ka made In Mount rWott I'ark
Cemetery, ftev. Joka loy4. of Ike Klral
iTaabttariaa Ckarrk. cooducte4 the
ri-e Mr obrist ee tke mot her
of nreHrlrb A. Obrtat. ef Keattle. Waah.
an4 Ma l.lhel obrlat. of I'ortlarxi.
P.y. Joaoth .V McVt(b. of tkia city,
waa her brother.
i:a) Toe-a to T T art aare-rtrrx Nnw
tkat tke H g four Mai:re4 baa been
4ivorre4 fr-jr-i ka Nr York Central
a re: em. Ike li.aT four ka arrarael to
Mra a traffic representative on the
i oaal. C. C. Hryaat baa bean appointed
traveling wan(ar aaenl with head
quarter la fan rrancla--a. lie will
have ekkrc of all the Pacific rot
atatea and will make frequent vulta
'n l'ortlan4 anet the Northweat. Mr.
tlryant formerly waa traveiinc paa
aantar afent for the same company at
t'aao rLATanta rMr. A quiet yarn
ef t ar e n t t -or. a ' wa la procra at the
t!aoa poolroom, 13T ttttaaell street.
kaa fartxnl tVrat and l atrolman
tllark lookC'l in Sunday ntrbt. n lh
(Able lav II In stakes. Hence a
yesterday a'ternoon B:pearnc lo tk
MMnhlpal I'oirl. John Olaein. con-
a triad of ronductlnc tk Carre, was
fined t;l liuaeeal t.rhart. Kred Arixlt
and Irani Ivriuaon were fined IS
eaca for iimlllx Five other were
chrs4 llk -vialctr. and f:nc4 i
faa Oiaravt f tin roa :.0 n
rtuas She slipped en a sei'tlnn of Iron
lloorinc of a Woodstock car at 5erond
and AKl.r street January t. ll.
t'Morada ft. Ivl yeater.lav filed suit
for I :) damacr acalnat tka Prl
lnd ttallwav. Uahl 4k I'ower Company.
ke broke la bone of bar left le
bb4 ksr bark waa wrenched, aha aU
leajaa The car tarte4 loo suddenly.
Mr. Pavt rnaintaiaa. and aha waa In
curabervd aritb tkro bundles, a satchel
and an umbrella.
rt-ltiaruji r Oa-a cv-r-t-B. It. W.
Itawklna. ea-aerrctary of the Portland
Treat A failnn Hank, baa )uat been
elected secretary of tb standard Truat
CompBoy. of Chicaso, wklrb orcanlaa
tioa be Joined upon leavinar Portland a
year aco. Mr. Ilawkln waa connected
with the rortlanl bank for about three
tara an4 kaa mar.y acquaintances
herax tiefor romlr.a; to Portland he
wa aa employe of Ika Continental A
Commercial Trait Company, of Chi
cago. Iit-arvaa Tir f Arrnrc-taTim. The
Central I'oor A Ijomber Company haa
written to the liureao of Ind'iatrlee
ant Manufaet irere of tb Chamber of
Commerce. airvailit( thank for a tip
wkick led to tke company's seenrtne
a larca contract to supply aooda to
llKlt. Hut tr tka Information from
tka Hureaa wMr led lo tka company's
roinar after Ik work, tka contract
would have arone to Seattle or haa
Tranclsco f irroa.
Ma C Tartar It Wttjjtar Ptr
Mr. Catherm If. vVrilam died ye
lerday al bar borae, lit'Wuco atreet.
at tka Bf ef 1 year iie wa I
retire ef New prunewlck. Ike la aor
vtve4 by two son a. Horace V Williams
ef standpoint. Idaho, and II. tt will.
lama, of Alberta. CrJ. and one
dauckter. Miaa lloa C. Williams, of
Portland Jaane Fall, of Portland. Is
her brother and Fred and Jaraea Fall
ara bar nephew.
M aa. floea Trtxr llrnnca Pr-arctx
Tke ftjaeraJ of Mr l:a Tulley
Ituahe. scad 44 yer who died fat
aruay at bar late home. 5424 Thirty
Blnta avenae. Jioatk r at M;d. wa
held yeeterday from Flnley's chapel.
ka I aurvived by bar busbarM. Harry
I. Hack fhm arrived la Wl!oi
Cesnty la 14. where ah taucht
axkool aed wker sk took op a home
Ol A. C CtT To Mcarr All alumni
and former student of tb Oregon
Agricultural College are asked to at-
ta4 a reenter monthtv meetin of
the Tortland o. A. C Club la the Com
mercial Club bur!iBC at t o'clock to-
Blckt. Marios Moke., chairman of th
ic-ul commute, will report tha final
plar for th supper-lanc to ba given
la the Marlara baUlroom. tomorrow
t'a. Cranrrr to ijaTt an. rr. M
pear on Cuaklng. profesaor of history
at lled College, we til deliver the first
ef hi lactur rcltala on "Ore at Com
posers" la the Heed College eilcnaion
coura tonight At o'clock In tha Head
College chapel. Ill subject tonight
win ba Th Composition ef flack."
Ha will play diriog th lecture oa tb
Oil memorial organ.
Warra ItuAV-g Taut frrr Th eaaa
ef tk OevanuMDI again at Ralph Hand,
alleged white elaver. will ba brought
to trial In the I'nlte-S Plates t'latnct
Coart today. taenat I a ecu a ad of
bringing Warrant Hn4 from Peattl
for Immoral parpoaea. IC wa ar
rested last August and waa nt to
th County Jail, arable to furnish bail
tkal waa fiaed at IJ404.
SOFT COAL 15 AMPLE
Portland Said to Be in
Danger of Famine.
HARD COAL IS EXPECTED
Foci Train Given Rljlit of Way
Over O.-W. K. at N.. but Wood I
ricntlfol. Only Snow Jntcr
frrvs Ith Deliver lea.
SOc Per Pound
Walnut Cream Fenoche
Glace Walnut Bar
Walnut Crmam Loaf
Walnut Taffy Roll
Walnut Cream Caramels
Oregon Walnuts are superior to
tvll others for ma Ling candy
Shelled Oregon Walnuts 60c lb.
Washington St. at Tenth
lK Vaa-eaa. .
I 'i r'Li..'.'.mTl' -"t
deed waa for a am all parel of Port
land property made by Coody to bis
SriT AGAIST KEkcniVM' RA
TIONAL MITTIOIT STAXDIJIO.
vThlle bard coal la a acarca com
modity In rortland and threatens to
be even ecarcer before It become mora
Plentiful, there I an abundant supply
of aoft coal to meet every demand.
In other words. Tortland Is lo no
danger of a coal famine. If people who
thlr.k they must have hard roal can
get along for a while with soft coal.
Th mine of Western Washington
are turning out enough coal to satisfy
very demand that I'ortland present,
and the ra.iroa!s operating between
the Western Washington fields and
I'ortland have arranred to keep the
traffic, moving steadily so that the
dealers here will have a full supply at
Frank W. Hohlnaon. traffic manager
of th O.-W. It. aft N. Company, has
laauad Instructions to give coal traffic
tke preference over everythlnc evcept
ing passenger, livestock and perish
Coal can be brought Into Tortland
from the Western Washington fields
by the tralnload very day. Nearly I
or of cars were brought la yester
Tha railroads have heavy supplies of
roal In their own bunkera In rortland
and they have offered to turn thla over
to th furl dealers If neceasary.
"I'ortland people need have no fear of
a coal famine.- said Traffic Manager
Koblnaon yesterday. "While the bard
roal may not ba as plentiful as th
situation demands, there Is enough soft
coal In sight lo satisfy every need
Kven tha bard roal eltuatlon prom-
la to Improve.' Now that the O.-W. II
ak X. mala Una to tha Kast haa been
reopened, supplies again are available
from the W yomlng and I'tah Held.
He vera I small lota now are on the way
to Tortland. The track Immediately
east of I'ortland etftl I somewhat con
gealed by th traffic tkat waa tied BP
during the five-day blo-kade laat week.
A few rara are cipe.cd lo arrive bar
Waters report difficulty In gettlnat
the roal to tha bomee of consumer a. aa
tha snow on many slda streets still Is
Wood deliveries ar necessarily some
what slow, but there I lots of wood on
hand. Aa soon aa tha streets become
clcareil ef snow which another day of
thawing will bring about there need
b no delays.
THUMB PRimS SIGNATURE
Man VTto Can't Writ re v(
MrtfHMl In Markln Tr-ed.
Precedent were shalterexr when. In
stead of "ills X Mark- bring affiled to
a document of record by a man who
could not write. John Lxxxly. fee
signed with a thumb print made In
green Ink oa a quitclaim deed filed
with County Clerk Coffey yesterday.
"His KlKht Thumb Mark. read the
record, and there appeAred the print
of the thumb, green Ink smeared.
Attorney KlrharJa ac Klchard drew
op tha deed and sanctioned tha de
parture) from the rutomary cross when
their client algned the Instrument. The teresta were not properly protected to
Federal Coart flales Traaafev af Aaaeta
for Beaae-fU of CredHera Deara
51 lactate Lewa.
In dlsmlaslnit the complaint of Mrs.
Clara Waldo and othera airalnst the
Merchants' National Bank yesterday In
the I'nlted States District Court. Fed
eral Judge lie an cited three reasons for
Ills first contention was that tha
plaintiffs had no claim that could be
reduced to a judgment; that they had
no eaprees Hen against the property
of the Merchants' National Bank and
therefore could have no standing; In a
Federal court of equity.
Another of the reasons given for tha
dismissal of the complaint was that,
even though the Merchants' National
Hank waa In fact Insolvent when its
sssets were transferred to tha North
western National Hank, and even If the
assets of the former were taken over
by the latter, the 'Northwestern there
by beeomlnar a trustee for the Mer
chants' National for the benefit of its
creditors, that fact would not entitle
the plaintiffs to damages from the as
sets If the trustee refused to "step
Into the shoes of the lessor," or re
fused to accept the lease.
The complaint waa filed several
weeks ago In the, endeavor to have the
merger of the Northwestern National
Hank and tha Merchants' National
Hank dissolved and the original state
of the two corporations restored. The
complaint alleged that the Waldo In
BEJEWELED MEN AMONG
CITY'S STREET WORKERS
AsscmbUra of 2000 to Draw Pay for Shoveling Snow Represents Almost
All Class, but Majority Crab for Money With Aridity.
The biggest Big Business in this country
is the United States Government. In
one year it collects and expends about one billion
dollars. In no other business is there so much detail
tn lont after, rrrnrds to be keot. naDcrs and docu-
. menu to be filed. And the necessity for standard filing equip-
I A men giving protection, convenience and highest emciency,
Wsts caused the adoption of
The Choice of
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all sorts of papers, letters, docu
ments, records, combined to ex
actly fit your needs in sectional
cabinets of wood or steel all of
highest quality at lowest prices.
Call, write or phone for catalog.
The J. K. Gill Co.
and Office Outfitters,
Third and Alder.
PICK up !00O
net a llfe-sl
Cow Crr-rk DHdc la Dancer.
ROSirnCKO. Or. Teb. Te ffpectatV
Word was received here today that a
sew br14c soenalna- Cow Creek, near
Kiddle, was la aanaj.r of come oat as
the re.o t of fetch water. The water
was flowlnr over the floor ef Ins
brUee arvordlne to word received here,
ktee. cables, fastened to tha brHce
and anchored oa tha bank of the
stream, are beta aaed ta akcpe of aav-
tac aik aU-Uartaxsai chaavt.
ICK up I00O men hurriedly to do
shovel work and you
Ixed bunch of human
nature. Tay off 1009 of these men and
you Set to sea tha human nature In all
At the City Hall yestrrdsy clerks
and cashiers finished the Job of par
Ins: off the looo-odd men who were
uaa 1 la snowshovelinc work. Although
durtnej the storm there was a .treat
demand for men. and applicants were
taken on without any questions belns;
ssked.'lhey were suproeed to be of the
unemployed class. When tha selections
were lined up yesterday It waa made
clear that there are some atracfe un
tme man with white collar and fine
clolhea moved atony with the line, and
upon reaching; the pay table reached
for the pencil with a silky band well
supplied with diamond rlnes. IMamond
pjne sod rlnsa and iher Jewelry
1 . as h ed from tha ties and fingers of
any number of others as they leaned
over the table to sicn the book.
lna of the workers bsd to take off
hla kit r'.oves to slen tin, and still
others squirmed In tha line for fear
someone la front or behind would spoil
Maaf Base heal CI a arm.
Put the most surprising thine of all
was the number of clears belns; smoked.
fU-attered alona the line were dozens
of men puffins" contentedly on Ha
vana. Thla feature struck the eye of
Chief C!erh Keel, who was helplns; ray
off. "I ues they flsured they had
earned a smoke. he suca-estod.
liut the real unemployed were there.
too. There) were men In the line that
grabbed at the two sliver dollars aa
Ihousb they were vanlshlnif thousand-!
doilar bills. "Now for the first meal
In 1 hours." sail one who was still
wet from his battle with tha shovel
and the snow.
"That's the hardest two daya work
I ever did." said another aa ha drew
down his 14 with thanks. "It Isn't
much, but It will buy some food and
wood for the folks. said another.
"S.cn your names on the bottom of
the allp. gentlemen, shouted Cashier
(I. P. Miller aa tha line filed past his
window. This rauaht tha ear of one
elderly man. "My boy." ha said,
"you're the first man I've heard call
us gentlemen yet. I've been called
everything else during this Winter of
hard luck, but you're the first man to
use tha word rentleman. It sound
mlathty good to me."
Crowd Is Represeatat Ive.
"A dollar for each blister." said a
well-dressed man as he drew down $4.
"This Is the first money I've been
able to earn In a month," confided one
of tha signatories. "Them two dollars
looks aa big aa wagon wheels to me."
In the SvuO men who were paid off
during the day every class of humanity
was represented. Tou could take that
collection of men and do almost any
thing from operating a stock exchange
to brewing a good grada of mulligan.
There was represented the L W. W.
sort, who could be picked In tha crowd
because of their manner. There were
skilled laborers of every type, cripples,
mechanics, carpenters, electricians, en
gineers, clerks, railroad men. It would
ba hard to name a trade not represented.
Home were rough and aoma polite.
Some grabbed tha money without bat-
ling an eye. while others politely said
Thanka." Tba men all did tha same
sort of work shoveling snow either
at night or during tha daytime. They
drew all the way from 60 cents to IS
each, depending upon tha hours put
In. The elty paid 5 rents an hour.
COUGHS AND COLDS QUICKLY CURED
BY CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
Read What People Say of It Who Have Used It for Years
and Know Its Real Value.
Mra. C W. Puslnr. Akron, X. T,
writes: Tbrea years ago when I first
used Chamberlain's Cough r.emedy I
bad a moat persistent cough that clung
to raa for ever a year. I worried my
self sick ever ft. fearing X waa going
Into consumption. I began taaing
Chamberlaln'a Cough rt reedy, three
hot Ilea of which cured ma."
Mra. Cornelia Gilbert. Angola. N. T.
writs. -X am glad to state my opinion
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. 1
have been more or less sub'ect to colds
for the past five yrara. At such times I
bava been annoyed by frecjuent spells
of coughing and severe pales In tha
I haww used .Tartoivi yamaaiaa.
but found nothing equal to Chamber
laln'a Cough Jleravdy."
Mrs. Wm. Ehlnke, Angola, X.
writes. "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
I bava found to be just fine for coughs
and colds. It has been used In my fam
ily cn and off for the past four or five
years and has never failed to cure
tbeaa complaints. It Is pleasant and
safe to take. I cannot speak too high
ly of It."
W. H. Adams, Akron. X. Y- writes,
"Two or three years ago I used a bot
tle of Chamberlaln'a Couch Remedy
and found It very beneficial In reliev
ing a cold and couch. It is a splendid
medicine and whenever I can say a
word In praise of It X da not hesitate to
cuarBntee payment of rental under aa
old lease held by the Merchants' Bank
on a building at Becorvd and Washing
An answer to tha complaint was
never filed, the decision being handed
down as an opinion on a motion for
dismissal because of the Insufficiency
of the complaint.
The court also held that the coven
ants In force at the time of the merger
were still In force, no act of Insolv
ency being committed by the transfer
of the business of the Merchants' Na
tional to the Northwestern National.
The decision waa read by Judfre
Wolverton. Judire Bean having left for
California last Saturday.
FACTORY CONTRACT IS LET
Ohio Firm Will Build GranU Pass
ScOO.000 Sngar Plant.
According to advices received In
Portland yesterday, the contract for
he construction of the proposed 600,-
000 beet sugar factory near lrants 1'ass
has been awarded to the Dyer Com
pany, of Cleveland, O. Although the
original announcement that the enn-
ract had been let was made in The
Oregonian several days ntro, thfl Iden
tity of the successful bidder had beon
kept secret until yesterday.
Alexander Nibley. secretary of the
Oregon-t'tah Sugar Company, signed
the letter announcing that the Cleve
land firm had been awarded the big
contract. The site for the proposed
plant has not yet been determined def
Pheasants Fed but Many Die.
MONMOUTH, Or., Feb. 7. (Special.)
During the recent snow storm more
than 100 bushels of wheat were fed to
the CJjlna pheasants in different parts
or me county oy the independence Rod
and Gun Club. Despite this many of
these birds starved to death.
cheapest and best
fuel on the market:
three - ton lots. 7
per ton delivered.
Will Redaee l air Coal Bill One-Half.
PACIFIC COAST COAL CO.
249 WASIIIGTOX ST.
the problem of to
day the high cost
of living based
upon the actual
Saving of $ 1 .SO
on every sack of flour
used by the housewife
in doing her own bread-making
Full details of how and why
in this paper tomorrow
EL PASO ROUTE
"The Route of Lowest Altitudes"
Land of Romance
Interesting: cities of San Francisco,
Los Anfreles and El Paso. Old Spanish
Missions, Orange Groyes, Mountain Scen
ery, Salton Bea below sea level. Pueblo
Indians, all can be seen on this route
East via California
The rate is low, tha train service is of
"GOLD EX 6TATB LIMITED"
Dally ail -steel trains between Los Angeles
Information at City Ticket of
fice, corner etn ana uw srs.,
I'nlon Depot or Last Morrison
I-ones Broadway S760. A 6704.
Joha M. Pcott, General Passen
" jc aijtaT
I.TGHTTVG FIXTl' KK9
Repairing of all kinds.
Ill West Park Street,
A 456 Broadway 1844
Suit called for and de
livered. Sponared and
Pressed. $1.50 per month.
Also we will mako you
a suit to order for $10
down and $5 per month.
Tnlqne Tailoring Co..
Sua Stark St.. bet. Gth
Phone . Broadway 514.
Phones Shop, B'd'w'y 5674,
Res., Sell. 217
L. A. WALKER
, A 5674.
LET 1.EVNON-S DO
Covers from 75c
I.ennon's Laurel Cov
ers, guaranteed two
jears. So ji-J4.00.
Morrison. Opp. P. O.
C. BliKij. aiftr.
Pianos and Player
Pianos. Prices reason
able for expert wont.
Cor. Sixth, and Morriaon.
We call and deliver.
Phono us. Rubber Heels.
Men's or Women's, -ic
MEN'S SOLES, 75c
LADIES' SOLES, 60c.
140 fourth Street,
Talking Machines and
V-ary Jiasonable Prices.
AU work Guaranteed aa
fi $ ;V V. I GRAVES MUSIC CO.
a: . ilia'' '' ir 151 4th St.. near Mor
Motor Car Repairing
of every description.
Machine work in connection Service
car at your service. The largest and best
equipped repair plant on the Pacific Cast.
S75 JFITFRSOX 61.
East tide Branch. East Water and Salmon
FOBILA.NU 1RCNK UTO. CO. Sd at Plaa
saaias.iajaajlir aJ. I'Jaajia
a Pi i .;,rMti!!f?li'.r,'t'a.t-!.t3l Dl
Hf-eantly appointed htei. posst'Ssins
one or the moat beautiful corner lob
bies in the Northwest. Located at
Hit h and Alder sts., opposite olds.
ortman & King's hla; department
store In heart of retail and theater
district. Ftatca. $1 and up. Hus
meets ali trains. "W" car also runs
from Union iiepot direct to HOTEL
BEWARD. W. M. SEWARD, i'rop.
The best material known
for repairing leaky roofs,
skylights or gutters. Comes
all prepared. Lasts a life
time. Two hands and a
trowel aie all you need.
F. T. CROWE & CO.
43 Fourth St.
Broadway 5747 A 3SS6
ROOFS and SPOUTS
We do all kinds of Sheet Metal
Work, Roofing, Tinning. Cor
nice, Skylight and Repairing.
Our prices are most reasonable.
-Give us a trial.
Phone East 3762
STANDARD VAULT & SHEET
, METAL WORKS.
388-392 East Clay St.
The Y. M. C. A.
will fit any ambitious younpr man
or woman for high-class positions in
Bookkeeping;. Stenography and
To men this includes Taluabla
athletic., aquatic and membership
privileges, although tuition cost is
less than elsewhere.
Phone Alain 70fl:. A 6.B1.
Our class in public speakincr Is
irivinrr frreat confidence and com
mand of lnneTiiage to its members.
The cost is small.
WANTED, GKAlPiS TO CANE S
SCHOOL FOR EL!.0
KOii PARTICULARS CALJj
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