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march 10, 1907.
Mrs. Cora B. Miller
Makes a Fortune
IF YOU WANT TO KNOW WHAT THE SMARTLY DRESSED
MEN WILL WEAR THIS SEASON ASK BEN SELLING
Twenty Cases Are Reported at !s'A"!LrT"tL,!
x-un jjiuuiug ai ij
One Hundred Clerks and
xiKintiI -a few years ago Mrs. Cora B.
r IV in a manner similar to that
'houands of other very poor women
or the. average small town and village,
ahe now resides in her ov.-n palatial
brown-stone res!deTir.t d cn!15il,lrlld
out of tne most successful business worn.
In the United States.
STOP PUBLIC MEETINGS
Gambling-Houses' and Churches Are
Closed Disease Is Ijight In Form
and 110 Deaths lD:ve as Yet
WALLACE, Ida.lio. llaj-h 9. A small
pox epidemic has struck' Wallace, thre
belnar -0 cases reported : up to tonight.
The Board of Health h:ia forbidden all
public meetinKf. -the gambling houses
linve been closed, and a meeting ar
range! for tomorrow by'.the miners to
protest aainat the arrest of Mover,
Heywood and Pettibone is postponed.
There will be no church services to
morrow. The disease la In a mild
form and no deaths have .resulted.
JXVKST IX OYSTEK BEDS.
C. X. I,arriibee, of I'oatland. Buys
Extensively at BclUngliam.
BELL1NGHAM. Wash, March
(Special.) C. X. Larrabce, the South Bel
linRham millionaire, and Ja larse property-owner
of Kast Portlamd. will likely
go extensively into the oyster business,
as indicated by the purchei-e of 100 acres
of oyster property, on the. Samish Flats,
near Bellingham, today , through his
agent. Cyrus V. Gates. It is claimed
by close friends of the millionaire that
lie will make other and extensive pur
chases of oyster lands in view of the
growth of the Northwest oyster trust.
Larrabee is also planning extensive im
provements in fiouth Bclliniyham prop
erty owned by him, patterned after his
holdings in Kast Portland. He is owner
of lono lots here, worth in the aggregate
a big fortune.
FATAIi IXJt'KY TO OFFICE It
Struck by Wheel of Vessel ; Jaw
. Broken and Ribs Crushed.
SEATTLE, Wash.. March (Spe
cial.) About an hour after leaving
port here tonight, the bigr Alaska liner
"City of Seattle" put back in order to
aend Quartermaster Charles Carr to
the hospital. Carr had released a
brake on the wheel, when It swung
around suddenly and unexpectedly a
spoke struck and broke his jaw, while
another struck him on the left side of
the chest, breaking several ribs and
causing one to penetrate his left lung.
The vessel put about immediately and
returned to port. The wounded man
was taken to the Providence Hospital.
Dr. Whiting, who is attending, says
Carr cannot possibly live.
Stepped on Tack: Loses Foot.
CENTRALIA. Wash., ' March 9.
(Special.) Mrs. W. W. Walters had
one foot amputated Thursday morn
ing owing to a slight accident
she met with about a month ago.
"Mrs. Walters, while setting up In
the night for a drtnlt of water for her
alck husband, stepped on a tack, caus
ing a slight wound. Blood poisoning
set in and the operation was made
Socialists Show Disrespect.
VICTORIA. B. C, Marcn 9. The So
cialist party in the Provincial Legisla
ture caused a sensation by refusing to
rise, as is customary, for the Lieutenant-Governor,
Dunsmuir, at the open
ing of Parliament.
DENIES HE STOLE SPEECH
STUDENT THILL Sl'ItlMtlSED AT
CHARGE OF PLAGIARISM.
Declares He Sever Read Beverldse's
Speech Says Committee Acted
Unfairly With Hint.
SALEM, Or.. March 9. (Special. Wal
lace G. Trill, who was yesterday barred
from the inter-collegiate oratorical con
test for alleged plagiarism, declares in
most emphatic language that -he Is alwo
lu;?ly innocent of the. charge. He also
denies that he ever confessed suill. and
says he has no intention of leaving
Salem. He thinks he has ieen very un
fairly treated in the. published reports of
the chances aKalnpt him.
Trill says that he never read Senator
Beveridire's Philippine speech until it was
shown to him In McMinnville. and no one
was more surprised than himself when
he found that expressions in his oration
were identical with expressions in the
Beveridge speech. He asserts that it was
not fair for the executive committee to
compare a few. phrases and sentences of
hig oration with parts of the Beveridge
He proposed to the committee that they
submit the Bcveridpe speech entire and
his oration entire to any five McMinn
ville men selected by them, and he would
cheerfully abide by their decision upon
the question of plagiarism. This the
committee would not agree to. Trill says
that the committee did what they thought
was rlscht. and had he judged the oration
by the paralleled excerpts, he would have
reached the same conclusion they did.
His contention is that the oration and
speech should have been compared as a
whole. Trill says that his oration was
submitted to members of the faculty of
Willamette University, and at their sug
gestion he changed a few words. Some
of the words tl.us inserted were In the
expressions which are identical with pas
sages In the Beveridge speech. This. Mr.
Trill asserts, shows that he did not copy
Accuse Japanese of Fraud.
SAX FRANCISCO. March 5. I". T.
Knranagi. known as one of the richest
Japanese in California and promlnently
conneeted in .lapan. was arrested on
California street last nisrht and locked
up on the charge of obtaining $21,000
under false pretenses. Five banks'
claim they were victimised by him. as
follows: American National Bank. $10.
000; Japanese Bank of America, $1000;
Japanese Bank of San Francisco. $1000;
Yokohama Specie Bank, $3000; Kimmon
Rev. J. D. O'Brien Returns...
Rev. J. P. O'Brien. O. P., of Holy
. Rosary Church, who was called to San
Francisco some six weeks ago on ac
count of tne serious Illness of his
father, returned to Portland yesterday.
' will continue his labors at the
! r'i -
Mri. Miller's New Reidenre( Earned In Lew
Tbun One Year.
Several years ago Mrs. Miller learned
of a mild and simple preparation that
cured herself and several friends of fe
male weakness and piles:. one was be
sieged by so many women needing treat,
ment that she decided to furnish it to
those who might cull for it. She start
ed with only a few dollars' capital, mid
the remedy, possessing: true and wonder
ful merit, producing many cures when
doctors and other remedies failed, the
demand grew so rapidly she was sev
eral times compelled to seek lirfrer quart-era.
She now occupies one of the city's
largest office buildings, which she owns,
and almost one hundred clerks and sten
ographers are required to assist in this
Million Women Use It.
More than a million women have used
Mrs. Miller's remedy, and no matter
where you live, she can refer you to la
dies in your own locality who. can and
will tell any sufferer that this marvelous
remedy really cures women. Despite the
fact that Mrs. Miller's business is very
extensive, she is always willing to give
aid and advice to every suffering woman
who writes to her. She is a generous,
good woman and has decided to sive
awav to women who have never used her
medicine 510,OOOlX worth absolutely
Every woman suffering with pains in
the head, back and bowels, bearing-down
feelings. nervousness. creeping sensa
tions up the spine, melancholy, desire to
cry. hot flashes, weariness, or piles from
any cause, should sit right down and send
her name and address to Mrs. Cora B.
Miller. Box T2D7. Kokomo, Tnd.. and re
ceive by mail (free of charge in plain
wrapper) a 50-cent box of her marvelous
medicine; also her valuable book, which
every woman should have.
Remember this offer will not last long,
for thousands and thousands of women
who are suffering will take advantage of
this generous means of getting cured. So
if you are ailing, do not suffer another
day, but send your name and address to
Mrs. Miller for the book and medicine
before the S10.000.0U worth is all gone.
Church of the Holy Rosary, corner
Clackamas street and Union avenue,
where his eloquence and pious zeal in
the causu of religion have done much
to Increase the faith and elevate the
morals of a large community. His
aged pareht .is greatly improved In
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
. NASH-DORRIS W. Glffor i Nash, 7G Irv
Jns street. 3: Bentta Dorris. -K.
KM.SWOKTH-KINCAn-D. B. Rllsworth.
o20 Washington, 27; Grace K. Kincai-J. '27.
GirsKPPI-ANCSELO Rcsollini Giuseppi,
2ti! t'nlon avenue. 24; namboMi Anselo, 24.
TATIjOR-STBERS rtoy F. Taylor. a23Vi
Stark street, 2:1: Oertha May Steers, 22.
21; Ella Wittenberg. 1!).
K t'FtODA Born to the wife nT U. Kuroda,
March 1. at M4 Sixth street, a son.
PITTMAN Horn to the wire ot E.Iwin P.
Plttman, March 5. at 414 North Twenty-first
street, a son and daughter.
PETERS At 5iiS Union avenue, March (J.
Christopher P. Peters, aged 62 years.
CHIX At Good Samaritan Hospital. March
7. Chin Wong, aged 2."t years.
fiOOERDKRG At St. Vincent Hospital.
M;wch 7, Johann Alfred Soilerberg, aged rl
S. W. P.AIIBY -One-story frame dwelling,
corner of Belmont' and Bast Twenty-third
W. CAMIBLLE One-story frame barn. Six
teenth street, between Taggart and Ellsworth
Services at Y. 31. C. A. Today.
Kev. Alexander McGregor. Ph. D., of St.
Paul. Minn., will deliver the address at
the Y. M. C. ' A. men's meeting at 3
o'clock this afternoon, on "The Men of
the Times. Dr. McGregor is an able
Scotch preacher, witty and forceful. Pre
ceding the address, AValdcmar Lind, lead
er of the Portland Hotel Orchestra, will
render the following violin selections:
Nocturne lOle Kuict: Scherzo.- Tarantelle
( WIeniawski). Professor llnd will be ac
companied by -Morduunt A. GoodnoURh.
This programme will be followed by the
croup Ilihle classes, led by the general
secretary and the religious work direc
tor. The special feature of the closing
fellowship luncheon will be a trombone
solo by Jlr. Mills. The entire afternoon
programme will be free.
Death Kiuls lrotra.tc(l Spree.
nOSEBmc, Or., March 9. (Special.)
John Bock, commonly called Black
Jack, a utility man about town, was
found dead at 1 o'clock this afternoon,
lying in a clump of myrtles a mile
south of town. Death is supposed to
have been caused by heart failure or
exposure, due to a protracted spree. He
was last seen Tuesday and left town
on foot, going south, and it is supposed
he fell as he wandered, and that ex
posure caused death.
Judge Declines to Try llargis Case.
FRANKFORT. Ky.. March 9,-Judse
Mat M. Redwin has declined to try the
case of Judge James Hargis. charged
with the assassination of Dr. Cox. which
was transferred to Elliott County on a
change of venue from Breathitt County.
Governor Beckham will be called upon
to appoint another special judge and It
Is likely that he will select Judge Wil
liam Carnes. who transferred the case
from Breathitt County to Elliott County.
Salem Is Easy for Dallas.
SALEM. Or., March 9. (Special.)
Dallas College basketball team defect
ed the Salem Y. M. C. A. on the local
floor tonight in a one-sided game by a
score of 48 to 8. Shaw, Craven and
Kenton, of the Dallas team, made bas
kets almost at their own pleasure.
Captain Lawner was not in the game,
but was on the side lines with a
sprained ankle. Forbes, of the Port
land Y. M. C. A., acted as referee.
KIsfcR FOR SCENIC PHOTOS.
Lobby Imperial Hotel.
Ftvret scented skin, smooth as satin, made
by Salin skin cream and powder. 25c.
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Our Models for
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Your Early Inspection Invited
Ladies' and Misses' Man-Tailored
Coats and Dresses Now Ready
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I'M ATI LLA FARM EKS PLACE
OICDEK FOR HALF MILLION.
Wlieatgrowrrs Associution to Make
the lurchii!c. It Is Believed, or
PENDLETON. Or., March (Special.)
An order for the purchase , of 50i.000
sarks was made by the executive com
mittee of the Graingrowers' Association
in this city this afternoon. The name of
the tlrm of importers or muniifacturers
and the price paid has not been given out,
but it is thought that the sacks are made
in Portland and they will not be more
than 9 cents apiece delivered to this city.
The contracts for 120,000 of these sacks
have been signed by Morrow County
growers, who asked for and were given
permission to coine in with the Umatilla
County farmers- The organization has
also decided to incorporate under the
name of the Inland Kmpire Wheatsrowi
ers' Association, the articles for which are
now being prepared by Judge Lowell.
YEGGMEX CI SACK IDAHO SAIr'K
Overlook Sack Containing $160.
Bloodhounds on Their Track. t
MOSCOW. Idaho. March 9. (Special.)
Burgiars broke into a saloon at Ken
drick about 4 o'clock this morning-; en
tered the store of F. S. Beckwith. broke
open the cash register, from which they
toolc $4 ; dynamited the safe in John
Lauterbach's store and overlooked a
sack containing $160. The safe was
literally blown to bits, pieces being
hurled through the front windows, a
distance of over 60 feet. The explosion
awoke nearly everybody in the vil
lage. Sheriff Kean, who went down on the
early morniner train, sent to Spokane
for Harry Draper and his bloodhounds,
and every possible effort will be made
to capture the culprits, who are sup
posed to be a couple of yeggmen who
were seen about town last evening-,
and who were not to., be found this
Big Run 8 tec I head Salmon.
HOQUIAM. Wash.. March 9. The run
of steelhead salmon in Gray's Harbor the
past few days has been greater than any
time this year. With .the season drawing
to a close, the shippers welcome this in
crease as the season has not been a very
broad one. The Quiniault Indians are
now preparing for the comm.? of Blue
back or Quiniault salmon which are now
AT THE HOTELS.
The Portland M. K. Thompson. Pan
Francisco: A. O. Abbott, Seattle; F. W.
Cooper. New Tork: E. M. Mack ay, James
tow n ; V. H. W hippie. New York : F. C.
Finkle. Ios Angeles; J. Joseph and wlff.
New York; M. J. Foley. Chicago; J. C.
Ionln and wife, San Francisco; F. T. Gray,
Minneapolis; Dr. J. T. Carroll and wife,
" ancor.bcr; G. E. McCune, New York; R.
f'Tman. Philadelphia; W. W. WiBhon and
wife, I,os Angeles; N. Prelas. M. A. Hudnon,
New Tork; W. H. Kelly. H. IX Bellinger,
ian Francisco; C. M. Meyer, Nw York;
M. Ash or. San Francisco; J. Sirk, Boston;
O. HuhbHl, Spokane; A. N. Gal van and
wife, SpoUan ; J. A. Kirkpatrick, Nelson;
Mrs. B. F. Stone. Miss Stone, Walla Walla;
J. J. Jewell. Seattle; G. W. Dodge, E. G.
Swartz, New Orleans; B. W. Reed, Rainier;
G. H. Primrose and wife. New York; W.
H. White, Bayne; J. A. Black. New York;
J. R. M. Taylor, V. S. A.; D. L. Weanaux,
Spukftne; C. E. Locke, " Seattle; A. A.
Vonchm. San Francisco; Mrs. F. W. Clay
ton. Seattle; W. Henderson and family, San
Francisco; E. H. Piper. C. H. Thomas,
Chicago; A. Haskin?. Janesville; R. i.
Brown. Seattle; Mrs. V. H. Bingham, city;
Miss E. M. T-ansr. The Dalles: A. A. Jayne.
R. W. Pratt. Jiood River; It. J. Prince,
Boston: R. C. Smith. D. Lynington. Cht
t'ayo; V. C. Shaeffcr, Grand Rapids; W.
J. Owen?. Seattle; F. E. Hart and wife,
city; C. H. larkin, Spokane; L. Plamon
don. San Francisco: J. N. Rownbaum and
wif-p. Seattie; H. A. Melvln. Oakland; I.
K. Stern, New York ; S. McCraeken. J. Mc
Menviile, Chicago; 1j. T. Dempsey and wife,
Tacoma; R.. E. Umsoo. Eugene; Mrs. E.
R. Iewis. Watertown: W. B. Crane, Se
attle; S. Freeman. Vancouver; E. J. Me
Grosy and wife. Seattle; J. M. Jaokson, H.
Bell. Seattle; C. F. Romadka, wife and
daughter, Milwaukee; Mrs. F. Russell, Io
rena. The Oregon H. Grayson, Miss Boynton,
Omaha: 11. O. Philpot. Chicago; J. L.
Kran, Tacomn; J. Marcus, M. Aronson and
wife, Blaine; W. E. Pierce, and wife. Boiite:
C. Dick and wife, Salem; W. J. Russell
Ion, Chicago; J. M. Breyer, C. C. Laselle,
A. J. Russell. San Francisco; J. Mofratt,
citv: D. H. Carpenter, G. E. McCune, New
York: A. C. Edwards, city; J. L. Robin
son and wife. Mrs. H. Fritz. San Francisco;
Mrs. F. L. Haynes, Manistee; E. K. Bin hop,
Montessno; E. J. Branntck. city; C. 8.
Perry. Scappoos?; M. N. Lewis. Boston; D.
A. May. New York: R. J. Prince. Boston;
H. C- Godfrey. A. H. Rohrer, Chicago; C.
It. Ktelton and wife. Hood River; C. Ij.
Davis. Washington: G. H. Hudson. San
Under the Food and Drags Act
Jane 30th, 1906 Serial No. 332
llciv is Baby Today?
Better, thank you. In fact, quite
well. Fat, round and full of life and
mischief. Pink and white flesh, dotted
with dimples. No cough, no indiges
tion. All on account of
IIIIIIHII Hill III. WIIII.MH IWI iiII.MiiIWIiMi
Th Cod Liver Oil EmuUi "Par EjeceUenct.'9
Administered by a mother whose lore
was tempered with common sense.
She knows that OZOMULSION m
a fountain, of energy for grown-ups.
too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes
plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble
folk it is the chief nourisher at life's
feast. It cures Consumption when
taken in time. All druggists sell it.
There are two size 8-ox. and I6-0. Bottle ;
the Formula is printed in 7 languages on each.
AS Pine EL, New Tork. '
S4S Pearl treet. Nw York.
Francisco; J. D. Andrews, Gold field ; J. T.
Hall, Boston; E. D. Ressler, Monmouth; O.
P. Burrows. J. W. Robinson, Olympia; K.
H. Francisco. L.03 Angeles; H. Wiprutt,
Salem; Dr. C. M. McArthur, Salem; J. R.
T.aswell, Hoyl; W. II. Ecclee, Hood River;
W. Buhe, Minneapolis; R. E. Winzer. We
natchee; S. C. Acklln, Seattle; K. L. Loper,
city; R. D. Brown, Seattle: H. A. Nelson
and wife. Miss Frances Nelson, Mrs. J. K.
Weatherford. Mrs. E. W. I,angdon, Mrs.
E. D. Cuslck, M lss Grace Iangdon, M Iss
Flora Mason, Miss Anna Flinn, Albany;
Miss Caroline Boynton, Dallas; C. H. Lar
kln, Spokane; C. M. Smith, Palmyra: -Mrs.
H. Y. Kuck, The Dalles; F. R. Stuart, Kl.
The Perkins C. M. Pitts, Hood River; C.
F. lister. Warrenton; C. A. Burllngame,
Astoria; H. K. Thorp, Monmouth; A. Bran-'
sutter. Junction City; J. Brown, Chicago; E.
Gerriet, J. Kasler, Warrendale; J. O. Wey
ers. White Salmon; J. Dressier, Boise; G- P.
Rhea. Weise-r; W. H. Jones. Seattle; M.
Alden and wife, Abredeen; G. Heath, Rose
burg; H. Kneelton, Everett: P. S. Eaterdy,
Walla Walla; w. Bain, Aberdeen; F. Doble,
A. W. Hammond, South Bend; L. Beardsley,
Condon: W. A. Goriing, Council BiufCn; Mrs.
C. E. Gore and family, Medford; 11. Watson
and wife, Seattle: II. C God fry, Chicago;
G. B. Roberts, J. B. Tteedy, Rock Island; J.
J. Hoover, St. Joseph: H. H. Call. J. M. Mc
Lean. Boise; O. F. Hendricks, Chicago; W.
H. Ecclcs, J. E. Ingles, Ingle. Or.; S. S.
Somerville, Napa vine; Dr. C. Powell, G. A.
Wehrung, Pendleton; A. J. Wlllard. F. K.
Kerbert, A. V. Connolly, Rooeburg; W. .T.
Corbin, J. C. Jackson, Seattle; Mrs. H.
Fritz, San Francisco; G. K Hughes. Kiono;
W. C. Wtion. Ashland: F. Pelton. St. Paul;
W. Grant and daughter. Ia Grande; W.
Wlegand. Brownsville: Ellen Probst, Sher
wood; C. S. Herlinder. Seattle; J. M".
Schnetaler. Hood River; C. A. Palmer, Van
couver; Martha W. Harper, Rochester, N. Y.;
O. L. Coleman. H. G. Miller, G. AinMee, The
Dallas; Mrs. M. A. Gelbert. F. Volk, S. R.
Fornar, F. V. Wray, E. Harrison. Hood
River; Mrs. H. L. Lc and children, Vancou
ver; M. P. Leltch, Aberdeen; Cora E- Mor
ford. Hallesberry. Miss.; C. T. Edwards,
Omaha; 8. F. Swanson. Aberdeen Julian
Howard and wife, Chehalis; R. H. Cadwick,
Seattle; Mr". H. C. Mahon; Mrs. T. G. Con
don. Eugene; J. Dahlberg. Columbus; C. A.
Bass ad wife, Florence Sharpe, Ethel
Sharpe. Alice S- Kerr, Hood River; Mrs. T.
S. Krieener, Salem; Mrs. McTarnahan, Al
bany; E. J. Harvey. Miss Mandel Wheeler,
Hood River; F. E. Rowell and wife,
Sholes; M. D. Brandiberg and wife. Albany;
J. H. Halpin. St. Johns; I,. H. Dana. St.
Johns; C. G- Loveland, St. Paul;. A A Rob
inson. South Bend; C. S .Moore, Salem; C.
M. Smith. Palmyra, N. Y. ; W. L. Raven,
San Jose; K. Calavan, Carlton.
The Imperial E- H. Curtis, Astoria; M.
J. Swell. Berkeley; Mri. A. B. Clayton, city;
E. A. Collins. Ostrandcr; Mrs. C. S. Brown.
Miss Trenchard, T. Nelson. Geo. H. Ohler,
Astoria; D. W. Dorrance, Newberg; V. W.
Volgt, Eugene; A. E. Dcnison. Springfield,
Mass.; W. R. McPherson and wife, Kan Fran
cisco: W. W. Frost, Chicago: E. L. Freeland.
Heppner; Frank Metschau. Canyon City; P.
K. Parkhurst, city; .1. D. Moody. Everett;
Ella L. Stelmacher, Ida W. Stellmacher, Al
bany; Chas. A. Davis. Denver; J. H. . Blood.
Kansas Citx Jno. Beaton, Baldwin, " Iowa;
Wm. H. Hampton, Katalla, Alaska: .A. C.
Dixon. Eugene; J. B. Azdll and wife,
Greeley. Colo.: J. C. Scott. Walla Walla: O.
H. By land. Vale; J. M. Janniaon and wife,
Eugene; Thos. R. Hudson, The Dalles; Mrs.
C. A. Johns. Baker City; Miss Anna McKay,
Baker City; J. s. Cooper, Independence; Evan
geline Hart, Maud Hart. ' Hailie Morrison,
Iallas; H. Rhodes. San Franoisco; J. T.
Kelly. Eugene: H. H. Carrey. Salem ; Dolla
Woodbury. Hillsboro; F. E. Selover and wife,
Eugene; Mu?s Fuller. J. I. Fullerton, Corval
lis; Ivan E. Oakrs, ?alem; H. A. Snyder and
wife, Aurora; M. Bowerman, Salem; Mrs.
Julia McCully. Pendleton: Mrs. C F. Smith.
St. Johns: Oscar M. Gardner. White Salmon;
C. ?. Howe and wire, Kalama: Ethel Mose
ley, Wilma Waggcner, Forest Grove; O. H.
Westgate. Albany: .T. D. Sutherland. Salem;
B. C. Dunbar. Seattle; H. Lunn. wife and
children. (Seattle; Frod B. Watera and wif
Fa lem ; M. Edriiundmn. Eugrne; S. Sweet land,
Vancouver; C 13. Copple, Mrs. C. E. Coppte.
G. A. VanAnda. Hood River; Frank- Daven
port and family. Hood River; W. B. Russell,
Kelso; Wm. Carmichael. Eugene: C. W. Cot
tam. Chicago; Nat Goldsmith, St. Joe: Miss
M. Barneit. Wasco; J. V. A. Farnell, Salem.
The t. Charles A. Engstrom. D. Gra
ham, F. Graham. Albany; G. Burton W.
F. Munroe. city; J. T. Barnet, Eugene; A.
Palmer and wife. B. Palmer, Quincy; M.
Trimble. Bridal Veil; W. C. La Roy, Ka
lama ; F. Hendricks. Isadore Treado. W.
Wand ; J. L. Ferguson. A. Hubbard. New.
berg; C. R. Weist. Stay ton; D. Shaw, Pen
dleton; J. D. Farley, city; F. M. Knoll and
wife. W. Hulin. Winnipeg: J. T. Walsh,
Hoquiam ; B. H. Reed and wife, Lyle; C.
Deverel, Goble; C. Harris, Van' ;ouver; M
Gaston, Wenakhee; M. S. Haze a, Maygor:
W. D. Stillwcll. Tillamook: E. It Marshall
city; W. E. Davis. G. Wlrrlng sr. Astoria :
J. L.. Ferguson, Newberg; M. F.. Green anc.
wife. Seattle; A. Palmer, Qvincy; J. J.
Austin, W. AuEtln-, S. D. Austin, Miss Pin
ther; Mrs. H. Bayer. Independence; El met
Gerber. Yacolt ; F. W. WaWUimond anc
wife; C. Halloway. city; T. W. Tandy. As
toria; C. F. Lansing, Salera; J. Curtis
liaSKinsun, u . mui xcim:iiuii, xi. i.
Van Schinck. Arlington; Mrs. Bixby, Sum
mers; C. Butler. D. Dagman. city; D. Gra
ham. A. Engstrom, A. L. Wi'tiams. Albany:
J. M. Retires and family. Jtohuck; W. O.
Galloway. D. Galloway. D. Friday, Banks:
W. T. Hatfield. Vernonia; J. W. Graves
and wife. Oakland; B. G. Oreps, A. Gallo
way. CatHn; J. F. Morgan, W. A. Mahoe;
C C. Thayer. Stevenson; R. W. Terry,
Camas: J. W. McNally, F. . D. Hepner; C.
11. Ines. I. Baser, city; T. J. Leonard,
Clacka mas ; O. L. B row 11, Lora In: J. D.
Fox: 1. Gray and wife, Woodland; Mrs.
R. Bryant, Scappoose.
Hotel Donnelly, Ttcwna, Wash.
European plan. Rates, 75 cents to g2.5C
P-r day. Free 'bus.
J5 TUNVTVS TO'
ROSE CITY PARK
SEE PAGES 30 AND 31
Cloak and Suit House
NE hundred and one pretty
garments for the woman of
FASHION. . . Suits lovelier
than ever shown this Spring.
Tomorrow we display the advance Spring fashions in
English fly front and strictly tailored effects. Etons,
Fitted Jacket Suits and Pony Coats These suits in
stripes, checks and plain colors of Panama,
Chiffon Panama, serges, worsted, cashmere.
Tomorrow you can choose any of these
Suits at $18, $20, $25, $28, $30 and $35 to
(Elic Partiiolometn Co.
392 Washington Street