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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAX, PORTIAND, OCTOBER 1, 1905.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
THE ORECONIANS TELEPHONES.
Countlng-Rocm ..................Main 67
Managing Editor.... Main G3S
Sunday Editor.... ....Main C235
City Editor Mala 1M
Society Editor Main 6235
Compotlnc-Room Main GSS
Superintendent Building Bed 2S20
East Side Office East 61
BELASCO THEATER (14th and Washing
ton) Matinee at 2:15 and evening: at
8:15, "W. M. Collier's comedy success, "On
BAKER THEATER (Third and Tamhlll)
Matinee at 2:15 and tonight at 8:15, Sam
Devcro's Own Extravaganza Company,
EMPIRE THEATER (12th and Morrison)
Matinee at 2:15 and tonight at 8:15, "On
the Bridge at Midnight."
GRAND THEATER (Park and "Washington)
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
STAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous a-audevllte. 2:30, 7:30, 0 P. M.
THE OAKS" (on the O. W. P. & Rj Co.'s
line) From 0 A. II. to 12 P. M."
New Grange Organization. Perma
nent organization of the masters and
deputies of the Granges, Patrons of Hus.
bandry, of Multnomah County, was per
fected yesterday at the hall of Gresham
Grange. Nearly a.11 the Granges of Mult
nomah County were represented. J. J.
Johnson, of Evening Star Grange, who
originated the idea of the organization,
called the meeting to order, when a con
stitution was adopted. The object of the
organization, as set forth in the consti
tution, is for the general betterment of
the farmers' order in Multnomah County,
by getting the masters and deputies in
closer touch with each other. Masters in
office and past masters for the proceeding
year, and both county and state deputies
are eligible to membership. The follow
ing officers were elected for the first
year: President. J. J. Johnson, of Even
ing Star Grange; vice-president, H. W.
Snashall, of Pleasant "Valley Grange; sec
retary, E. Li. Thorp, of Rockwood Grange;
treasurer, Miss F. A. Roberts, of Gresh
am Grange. The next meeting will take
place in the office of J. J. Johnson at
Portland, thereafter every three months.
It is expected that the organization will
be extended to other countries. It Is en
tirely, independent of any other branch
of Grange work.
Unitarian Woman's 1 Alliance. Next
Wednesday the literary meeting of the
alliance will be held, after the Summer
adjournment. Mrs. W. P. Olds has kind
ly promised to give some of her personal
experiences and observations of a recent
trip to the Yellowstone Park and the Yo
femlte "Valley; her talk will be freely
Illustrated. Mrs. Olds has a valuable col
lection of photographs, many of which
were taken by herself. She has given a
careful and detailed study of her subject,
and those who are able to attend will
feel that the afternoon has been profit
ably as well as Interestingly spent. The
ladies of the alliance extend a cordial in
vitation to friends and strangers alike
to be present. A short business meeting
will be called at 2 o'clock, while the pro
gramme will begin at 2:30.
Dam Interferes With Hatchert.
The days of the salmon hatcheries on the
Clackamas seem to tbe numbered. Oper
ations with Spring salmon on the Clacka
mas River, says Field Superintendent
Wlsner, have not succeeded this season.
The dam put in by tho O. W. P. at Caza
3ero kept the fish from going to the
Upper -Clackamas hatchery, where the
Spring salmon "eggs are taken. Only a
few, about 100, got up to the dam, but
there was no Tesult. Nearly all these
flsh died and no eggs were obtained. The
Clackamas hatcheries will likely have to
Stars and Stripes Causes Enthusi
asm. P. B. SInnott, who lives, at 378 Ross
street. Has Just returned from an ex
tended trip to Ireland, where he visited
Ihe scenes of his childhood. Most of his
lme was spent at Wexford, Ireland. The
aiost enjoyable day of his visit was spjent
R'hen in the presence of 100,000 patriots
assembled to commemorate the spirit of
38. Mr. Sinnott unfolded the stars and
stripes, when the great crowd greeted
he American flagwHh cheers. In that
rreat crowd there were man)' Amerlcan
tovlng Irish. ,
To Build a Plank Road. At . a jneet
'.ng of the people of Sprlngwater road
district Saturday a 5rmill tax was voted,
'he funds to be used in building a plank
-oad between Springwater and Estacada.
Five mills will not yield enough to build
:hc road, and the county will be asked
"o assist. The amount will be small, but
:he road Is needed.
Funeral of P. J. Cult. The funeral
of P. J. Culy, aged SiTears, took place at
3resham Friday. He was a native of
England and had lived in this country
16 years. He is survived by the follow
ing children: J. A. -Culy, Drain. Or.; D.
J. Culy, Alvlna Culy and Mrs. Clara An
Trolley Trips, Todat on O. W. P.
To Oregon City, Canemah Park and
Gresham. 25 cents; Boring, Eagle Creek
and Estacada, 50 cents round trip. Cars
leave First and Alder streets for Oregon
City on the odd hour and every 40 mln
utess; for Estacada, 7:30, 9:30, 11:30, 1:30.
8:40, 5:44. 7:1B. "
Roam Streuts After Hours. P. J. De
laney and William Winans were arrested
early yesterday morning by Patrolmen
Anderson arid O'Brien, of the North End
squad. A charge of roaming the streets
after hours was placed against the men,
but Delaney may have to face a more
Fall Presbttert Meeting. Meeting
of Fall Presbyterj' will be held in tho
Forbes Prcsbybterian Church, Albina, Oc
tober 9. At that time arrangements will
be completed for installing Rev. Alfred
Herforth as pastor of Bethany German
Dental College Opens. The annual
session of the North Pacific Dental Col
lege begins October 2. Tho last day for
entrance is October 12. For information
address the dean, Dr. Herbert C. Miller,
corner Fifteenth and Couch streets. '
Will Erect a Sawmill. W. C. Fran
cis, who this week purchased water front
property in St. Johns of George W. Cone,
will erect a sawmill. Its dimensions will
be larger than the one destroyed hy fire
60 it is announced.
Will Relieve East Morrison Street.
The East Washington-street embank
ment Is being planked between Union
avenue and .East Water street It will
take some of the heavy travel from East
On the O. W. P. through Multnomah
and Clackamas Counties, 100-mile trolley
trip for JLOO. Train leaves First and Al
der streets daily except Sunday, at 9:40
A. M. and returns 4:00 P. M.
Magnificent Sight from the Lewis and
Clark Observatory you can see Mount
Rainier, over 100 miles from Portland.
Come and see the sight of your life. Take
Portland Heights car.
Lents' New Schoolhoube. Opening of
the Lents School is delayed on account of
the unfinished condition of the school
house. A six-room annex is being built
with an assembly hall.
Oregon Citt River Trips. A delightful
way to spenda few hours on the river.
Leaves Taylor street Sunday, 11:30, 3:30 P.
M.; returns 1:30, 5:30 P.' M. Round
trip 25c -
F. E. Beach & Co., the Pioneer Paint
Co., agents for Berry Bros.' varnishes,
Jap-a-lac, window glass and glazing. 135
Miss E. O. Gardner 111 open her school
of shorthand and typewriting, Monday,
Oct. 2, 629-MarQuam. Day and evening.
Miss Call, grammar, high school
branches; children's morning class. Phone
Fuiixished flat of five rooms. Inquire at
141 1st st. Phone Main 1SS2 or East 174.
For special announcement of Chinese
festival see display ad., this page.
Establishment Max. 314 The Dekum.
Mr. Max has returned from Paris.
First-class waistdraper wanted. 314 The
C C. Newcastle, dentist 412 Mohawk bk.
For Rent, Duck Lake. 734 E.N Madison.
Children's Home Portland Dat.
Through the thoughtful courtesy pf Ben
selling, me ennaren of the home, in
South Portland, were able to visit the
Exposition yesterday afternoon and even
ing. Mr. Cooper, of the Portland Con
solidated 'Street Railway Company, fur
nished transportation, and happy Indeed
were the recipients of the occasion as
they marched off with luncheon In hand
to the lively time of a tinhorn brigade,
the horns being a gift from Mr. Selling.
To Preach at St. Mart6. Rev. Edwin
O'Hara, late of St. Paul Seminars', "will
preach this evening at St. Mary's Ca
thedral, corner Fifteenth and -Davis.
Father O'Hara will speak on "Christ and
His Divine Mission." This will be the
second in the sermon series now Ueing
given by the cathedral fathers for the
benefit of inquiring non-Catholics. Ves
pers will be sung by the cathedral choir.
Services will begin at 7:30 P. "M.
Travelers Fail to Meet. The meeting
of the Oregon and Washington branch of
the Travelers' Protective Association,
which was called for last .evening in the
American Inn, was not held. A few of
the members, including President Ransom
and Secretary Tlchner, were present at
the appointed hour and decided to post
pone the session, as all were anxious to
witness the sham battle on Guild's Lake.
Her Father Is Missc'o.-iMrs. Bcrnlce
Casey, of Marshalltown, la., is anxious
to receive Information concerning tho
whereabouts of her father. Dr. G. Max
well. When last heard from he was in
Leadville. Colo., on his way to Portland.
Anyone who can furnish this information
is asked to communicate with F. Hi
Lewis, care of The Oregonlan.
Archbishop to Confer Sacrament.
The archbishop will this morning confer
the sacrament of confirmation on a num
ber of candidates for this sacrament at
the late mass at 10:30 o'clock. During
this mass a mission given by the eloquent
and zealous missionary. Rev. Joseph
Chapoton, of the Redemptlonlst Order,
will be opened.
Sisters of Merct Need Financial
Aid. The Sisters of Mercy ' of Portland
have issued a statement showing their
need of donations for the support of the
Mercy Home, which they maintain at
Sixteenth and Couch streets. They are
purchasing the property where tho home
is located and need funds to pay the In
stallments as they fall due.
Arrested as a Pickpocket. Vlncenclo,
an Italian unable to speak English, was
arrested on the Trail at the Lewis and
Clark Exposition last night by Deputy
Sheriff Mordn while making an effort to
pick pockets. "Vlncenclo did not succeed
In getting anything, but was taken to the
County Jail to prevent further attempts.
Michigan Society will hold its next
regular "meeting Tuesday evening, Oct. 24.
Launches for torpedo-boat destroyer.
Merrill's boathouso. N. side Morrison St.
MAKE TROUBLE ON TRAIL
Youths Create Disturbance and Fight
Young hoodlums created several small
sized riots on the Trail At the Lewis and
Clark Exposition last night, attacking the
guards and creating disturbances in gen
eral. It seemed as though every boy in
Portland, ranging all the way from 15 to
19 years of age, was on the Trail last
night blowing horns In the ears and
throwing paper in the eyes of the older
visitors' to the amusement street.
The boys were unruly in the extreme,
and when cautioned by the guards became
insolent Time and again they insulted
the officers and dared them to make an
arrest. Once or twice the guards arrested
one of the boys, immediately to be be
sieged by a mob of youngsters, who would
overpower tho officers. Then there would
be a free-for-all fist fight, as the guards
did not use their bayonets, which thev
always carry with them while on duty.
The detectives at the Fair had to assist
the guards, driving the boys away by
using their blackjacks. One young man
was dealt a blow upon the forehead which
rendered him unconscious for more than
an hour, but he finally recovered and was
allowed to go home.
At about 11 o'clock therewere jso .many
fights going on at the Trail that the
guards and detectives formed a line and
cleared the street Nearly all of the
young men were driven from the grounds
Four boys were placed under arrest for
creating disturbances, but they were re
leased at midnight Tho guards would not
have had any trouble last night in keep
ing order except for the enormous crowds.
TO THE TAVERN TODAY
Sunday Is the one day of the week at
least when we all want the best meals
that our means will permit There Is con
sequently Just one place In Portland to
patronize on Sundays as well as other
days, andlhe majority of the people of
Portland are coming to see it that way.
Its breakfasts, luncheons, dinners "and
after-theater suppers arc as fine as any
to be had In the United States. Its craw
fish and other special dishes aro tho envy
of all other cafes and grills, and its serv
ice Is well-nigh perfect A splendid con
cert orchestra gives daily and nightly
programmes. It Is opposite the OregotUan
building. Ladles' Annex, 309 Alder street
Tho "Gossard" and "IT Irresistible."
Another shipment of those high
grade models recently demonstrated
here by Miss Brewster, of New York,
has arrived. "They lace In front"
Portland Cloak & Suit Manufacturing
Co., Mrs. M. U. Zeittuchs, 386 Washing
ton street, between West Park and
"Wanted at Pasadena.
ABERDEEN. Wash., Sept 39, (Special.)
Do You Need .
We have found that some of the old makes of silver-plated knives,
forks and spoons can no longer be relied upon. Tho reputation they
made years ago is all that sells the goods, and after a short period of
use they give out For this reason we now have all our plated flat
wear made for us. with a stipulated amount of silver on each piece.
It Is stamped plainly -Jaeger Bros." and we know positively that it Is
the best on the market
9 7K tor one n nickel 1 liver knives and forks. They are solid all
yZi I U the way through anJ can't wear out They are Just the thing for
hard usage and look llkfc silver.
Kd buys a dozen of our standard plated knives and forks. They are
tUiuU splendid wearing and Just the thins for a medium-priced article.
C fin Payn for one dozen of our extra swell knives and forks. These are
UiUU sectional plate. That Is. they have extra plating where the wear
Is, and are the best thing to be had. We can't Speak too. highly of them
and our guarantee Is unlimited.
fc1fl finbu'8 a en knives and forks In the beautiful French gray
V I UiUU designs. Hollow handles and scimitar blades. They are better
than many solid silver sets and art very pretty. The finish is exquisite
Borry spoons and odd pieces to match. "S
290 MORRISON STREET, NEAR FIFTH
The Heard Suction Eyeglass
A boon to a long-suffering, vision
This new eyeglass will fit any nose,
is comfortable, convenient, simple,
durable and the most economical. We
guarantee to replace any one of them
within tw0 years with an entirely new
mounting, in case of breakage.
Exclusively- controlled by
2S4 WasklBKtes Street,
Between Feurth aad Fifth.
CHILDREN'S and MISSES'
BECKER'S, Third and Salmon Sts.
65 Tarns and Caps in all-wool -cloth, also patent leather.
S'5 Felt Hats, soft or stiff, ready to wear, large assortment.
fX.25 Excellent quality soft felt ribbon trimmed; long streamers.
1.90 Felt "Napoleon" and "Continental" shapes; silk-cord and
pom pon trim. v
$2.25 Large assortment from our own trimming-room no two
alike. Excellent values.
C Tessler was arrested here today on a
telegram from Pasadena, Cal. He is 45
years old. The charge against him Is not
known. An offlccr Is on his way here to
take him back.
WHERE jp DINE.
All the delicacies of the peason at
the Portland Restaurant fine, prlvato
apartments for parlies. Open all nlgat
SOS Washington, near Fifth.
The Manhattan Buffet Restaurant O
Sixth street serves a genuine S-oourse
French dinner 5 to 9A French chef. 75c
Watch the Omaha grow. 6S Sixth street
and eat the best French .dinner you c.er
ate for Kte. Wine.
Finest chicken dinner. 192 3d St
Gcmilno French dinner, with wine, 50c
at 93 Fifth street, near Stark.
THE CLIFF HOUSE.
The Cliff House will give a grand open
ing Saturday Sept SO. which will surpass
nil former efforts. The Cliff House, which
is about one and a. half miles from tho
American Inn. on the Llnnton road, south
and only 14 miles outside of the city lim
its, has for this special occasion made
extraordinary efforts to please Its patrons.
There is a buffet that Is stocked with
choicest wines, llauorsand cigars; there
Is music galore, there is tho finest view
of the great Lewis and ClaTk Fair as It
flashes out Its beauties, and the manage
ment extends a cordial invitation to all
their friends. An elegant collation will bo
Berved. We have secured the services of
the best chef on the Coast Telephone
Main 225. Rath & Sandys, Proprietors.
The finest product of the scappcrnong,
the native North Carolina grape. A de
licious, refreshing white wine. Moderate
ly sweet a ladles' wine. W. J. Van
Schuyvcr & Co.. Inc. distributors.
SEWED SOLES, 75 CENTS.
Goodyear machine Better than band
work. Best material used. Schwind &
Bauer, 2G9 Tamhlll, between Third and
Gould Building to Xios Angeles.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept SO. A special
dispatch to the Examiner from Los An
George Gould Is already building his
line from San Francisco to Los Angeles,
Free School of
Opens in Our Store
Tuesday.Oct. 3d, Promptly at 2:30 P. M.
We have secured the services of Mrs.
Bertha Haffncr, principal of the Indian
Cooking School, to give us a four weeks'
course of lectures on cooking and modern
kitchen furnishing. Mrs. Haffner has lec
tured in the principal cities of the East,
secured one grand prize and two gold
medaLs at the St Louis Exposition for her
work. Every woman of intelligence Is in
terested In learning newer and better
ways of managing her household, espe
cially the kitchen, and how to save time,
strength and money. Mrs. Haffner fully
discusses this subject and gives practical
lessons In how to do things.
Every one Is invited to attend the lec
ture. There will be plenty of chairs.
Come and bring your visiting friends.
Come promptly on time, spend a pleasant
and profitable afternoon.
Remember the day and the hour.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3d, 2:30 P. M.
Honeyman Hardware Co.
which will form a portion of his Western
Whore his efforts are to be seen Is In
the construction of the Bakcrsficld &
Ventura Railway, now being built from
Oxnard in the direction of this city. The
line Is supposed to be for an electric
road, but is being constructed with
heavy steel, of standard gauge, so that
It can easily-' be operated as a steam road.
It wasrumored that Henry T. Oxnard
was 'behind this enterprise, but Xhls has
been officially denied.
From an, authoritative source, the state
ment comes that tho road Is a part of
George Gould's plan practically to dupli
cate tbe Southern "Pacific system in California.
night of Boom Companies.
OIiTMPIA, Wash., Sept 30. Special.)
A legal fight between two corporations
over the booming privileges in the North
River, Pacific County, was decided by the
9uprcme Court today In favor of the XI
comcn Boom Company. The North Shore
Boom & Driving Company Is restrained
from constructing booming works on ter
ritory previously appropriated by the NI-
comen Company, but not actually put to
The Supremo Court holds'that .a boom-
AND NO OTHERS
Because no other brands are the
real thing. We have Craven
ekes in all shades and pat
terns, and qualities are accord
ing to price. They are all wa
terproof. Prices :
$10,-$12.50, $15 and Up
TOMORROW IS FAMOUS DAY
Cor. Morrison and Second Stvttis
THE GREATEST CLOTHIN.G HOUSE IN THE NORTHWEST
in pretty, light
style with two
pairs of cuffs
descent or two
abroad shades in
. heavy silks .
Jfat lit ear
Before you buy
your new Hat
you should ask
to be shown the
peer of all $3.00
A rare selection
of nobby styles
An Exact Representation
Above we present an exact lilceness of one of the many exclusive suit styles
we are showing for Fall and Winter. '
Double-breasted three-button sack, long-cut coat with slightly conforming
back. The shoulders, collar and lapels are beautifully and artistically modeled.
We are showing these Suits in new and novel weaves, plain colors and ex
tremely swell mixtures.
Our Overcoat and Cravenette assortment is as select and complete as that
of our suits. A wide range of the "frock coat" styles.
. $10 to $35
$10 to $55
$10 to $35
f,h?1'PAn,C flfifflinrf Careful attention has been jiven our children' department and it is
villi Ul ull u vlU I lull t now complete in every detail. Special values in school suits, overcoats
a o o
Ing company, as a quasi publloservico cor
poration, may anticipate future necessi
ties and may for that purpose hold ter
ritory not In actual use to the exclu
sion of other companies. Its rights under
Its plats filed In the office of tho Sec
retary 6f State arc analogous to the rights
of railway companies In filing1 right-of-way
plats. The decision. Is a reversal of
the lower court.
5 A DDnMIMPMT rITT7i:M rM KVDVDTniTC"
Large Suras Paid to Auditor.
VANCOUVER. Wash., Sept. 30. (Spe
cial.) The official business of the County
Auditor's office of this county this month
show? a larger sum collected than' any
month In the history of the office. The
total sum collected was ST01.10, of which
there were paid to the game and protec
tion fund on account of hunters licenses,
5219; to tha County -Clerk on account of
marriage licenses, 543; leaving a total bal
ance earned by the Auditor's office of
U39.10. Thero was a total of 2S6 entries
In the fee-book, representing that maiiy
dlfferent Instruments handled by tho
office. Of this amount there were 191
"I consider the 'Invisible' Bifocal Lenses sold by Walter Reedthe
Optician, "iioth useful and ornamental and a blessing to those who
wear double-lens glasses.
In nearly 20 years
eyewear has given
Have been my occupations from
childhood up. Don't you think that
I ought to know a little more about
Pianos than the averago dealer and
salesman? Don't you think that ray
knowledge of a Piano can bo of some
benefit to you in case vou wish to
I have a fine line to select from,
just look them over. My services are
at your disposal.
13S SIXTH STREET, OKEGONIAN IIUII.DIXO.
We do crown and brld peworte without pais.
Our 18 years expertenca In plato worle
enables cs to St you; mouth comfortably.
Dr. W. A. Wis baa found a af way to
extract teeta absolutely without pain. Dr.
T. p. 'Wis la na expert at sold fllllnj
and crown and bridsework. Extracting frti
wben piatas or bridges ar oeieztsL.
WISE BROS., Dentists
ratline Eulldlnr. cor. Third and Wash. Sts.
Open evenings till 9 o'clock. Sundays from
8 to 12. Or Main 2020.
' "DR. TV. A. WISE.
UK. T. x WTSX.
A. W. MEYER
74 SIXTH STREET, NEAR OAK
GRAND AND UPRIGHT.
A. B. CHASE PIANOS
TOUCH. TONE ACTION AND "WORK
MANSHIP ARE UNEXCELLED.
ONLY ONE GRADE THE HIGHEST.
ESTABLISHED l&O-MORE THAN S2.0CO
NOTED FOR PERFECTION IN TONE.
TOUCH AND DURABILITY.
From a musical standpoint, tha Richmond
ritno Is universally noted and commended
for its artistic excellence. Tbe above piano
for sale at right prices and on easy terms at
DUNDORE PIANO CO.
233 WASHINGTON ST.
ME k TRIP THROUGH CUM
And sec the Festival under direction of our
guides. Refreshments In Chinese restaurant
and handsome souvenir booklet, alt for 73
cents. On account of special event two trips
wltl be made nightly. 7 and 9 o'clock, from
140 Second Street.
PORTLAND CHINATOWN" GUIDE CO.,
SEID BACK. JR.. "MGR.
t"! HOME STUDY.
Cannon Hill, Spokane, Wash.
y .incorporated oouraing ana uay scnooi xor
i'Doys above age of eight. New buildings on
atmosphere especially beneficial to tho.-to
from Coast region. Teachers college gradu
ates. Careful supervision and preparation
forcpHege or business. Address
""EDGAR F. STRONG. 1'IUNi
gchwab Printing Co.
A School for
Xhlrtr Teachers Fortr Different Subjects.
Fall Term Begins Monday, Sept. 25, 1003.
American Government 2.00
Architectural drawing 0.00
Bookkeeping - .V:
Bookkeeping (Espert Accounting).
Civil Service Classes iper moamj
Commercial Law 0J
Electrical Laboratory - 3.00
Engineering. Mathematics 3.00
English Grammar....' 2.00
Freehand Drawing 7.00
Geography - 3.00
Interior Decorating i.OO
Machino Design 4.00
Mandolin. Guitar ., 3.00
Manual Training 5.00
Mechanical Drawing 3.00
Mechanics 3.00 f
Mineralogy - u-
Mining Methods and Macnlnery 3.00
Public Speaking 5.00
Reading and Spelling 2.00
Rhetoric . 3.00
Sign Painting .. 5.00
Shorthand .,i - 4.00 :
Spanish 4-00 j
Steam Engineering.. 5.00 !
Trigonometry - - 3.00
Typewriting 4.00 I
Vocal Music 2.50 j
"Wood "Carving 5.00 !
St. Mary's Academy
THE DALLES, OREGON
Boarding school for pins. Forty-second
year opens September 5. 1905. Remarkabls
record for health and successful educa
tional work. Finely equipped bullAIng, ex
tenslvo lawns. Full courses In English,
music, art and languages.
TILE MISSES RODNEY
X.essons in English. French, piano, vocal
music (German method), history, literature,
history of art.
No. 128 X. 22d Strert.
Workmgboys' Night School
Students showing proficiency are assisted
in ending positions.
Educational meraberriilp $ 3.00 per year
Full membership 12.00 per year
Call at Association Building, cor. 4 th and
Tamhlll sts., for particulars. ,
These are the only dentists In Portland who
know and use the American system of pain
FILLINGS ... .50c, 75c and $1.00
GOLD CROWNS. 22k.... $5.00
BRIDGE WORK. 22k ?5.00
FULL SET NATURAL TEETH 5.00
Boston Painless Dentists
231V& Morrison St- Opp. Meier & Frank
HOUR5-R:30 A. M. to 3 P. M. Sunday,
8:30" A. M. to 12:30 P. 2L
CURIOS. Antiquities, Bought aid Sold.
Iwhan Stone Knives Relics, Carvings and Idolt .n
Ivory, Stone. Bronze, etc. War Clabi. Spear Bow
INDIAN tST0HE AB20W AMD SPEAK POINTS
Uj:1- I. Mats, Skulls of all Nations
HEADS and H0KJJS of Animals, War Medals.
r yY P"?1?"" od Urcs, Ancient Fknt
Ouns and Patois. Coins, Shields. Antique Silver and
Armor, Shells. Send for Photos. Wholesale Dealer
Nathan Joseph, 604 SlerchantSLS.RCai
HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES Complete
stock, moderate prices. Mall orders aoUcltetl.
Catalcguo free. WOODAKD, CLARKE A
CO, Portland. Or.