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fuv. SUNDAY OREGOXIAN, PORTLAND. OCTOBER 4, 1908.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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Br.VOAIW THBATER fTw!f:h anl Mor
rison) B-iker ?txk Company in 'The Girl
cf the .;.i'-n West." Matinee 2 o'clock;
torirht at a.
BAKER THRATER-Thtrt. near Tamhlll
T.-e muytra, e.mn. "The lAe of Sp.ce."
Marine 2.13; toniKht at l.V
CRPHBTM TH EAT BR (Mnrrlimn. between
flirh and -v-nch) Advanced vaudeville.
Tonight at :15.
PANTAOES THEATER (Fourth and tarV
continuous vau lfiiie, i :At ana v.f
GRAND THEAT?TR CWa.hlnirton, between
Seventh and I'ark) VauUeviiie ce luxe.
2 f. 7:00 and P. M.
feTA R THPATER ("Washington and Park
n-.eo v-Jr.iiim. I nt r our . -rn-rs r
ESrh ' T-slrht at 8. 15; matinees Wednes
day anl S.iurti.i).
LTRK' THEATER f Seventh and Aldei
Ranks:! .-i'-.- Comr any in "My Jim.
Every n:ght at H. IS; rr.atlr.eei Tuesi
T.niriiay and Saturday at 2 15.
PORTUKD ART CLASS AT Mr?Et.-The
Portland Art Class which is now entering
p Uth year of study will met next
Wednesday mornlnp. In the Art Museum
Ti e topic "Grek Art to ' the Time
PMdaa has been announced and a fine
roller t Ion rf material will bo available.
The casts In the Art Murium, the book
and prints already belonging; to the Art
Association, the library and the Art
Clans are invaluable, but aside from
them the programme committee haw sent
to Athens, Munich, the British Museum
and t he Lonore for photographs of
marhlfs in thse museums which will
furthi-r II lust rate the development of
that period. On the first Wednesday
ilii-s Josephine C. Ixnke will lecture on
"The Art of the Greeks." and on the
aecond Wednesday J. F. EwinK will lec
ture on Orn-k History. The pro-
arnmmf- baa been so arrnnRitl that
Is a thorough preparation for next year's
study of the Parthenon and other works
of the Periclean nre and these two lec
tures will form an Important Introduc
tion to the entire Greek course.
Father Sherman at Cathedral Rev,
Thomas rl Pherman and Rev. T. H.
Devlin, who have been giving Interest
ing- conferences on religious subjects In
Hr. Patrick s Church during the past
week will continue their work next week
Jn the Cathedral, at the corner of Fif
teenth and Davis wtreets. by Invitation of
Archbishop Christie. The subject for
Sunday evening's discuss fon is. "V hy
am a Roman Catholic." Father Sherman
expresses himself as very much gratified
hy the large a I tendance at t lie lectures
t St. Patrick's Church. The number
1 as steadily Increased and he hopes there
will be even a larger audience at the
Cathedral. All denominations are cor-
d allv Invited. The discussions are con
ducted in a perfectly calm and friendly
epirlt so that no one can possibly take
offense. Tli lectures will continue from
Sunday to Thursday evening, at I
Dele oatk off roR South. Secretary
Edmond C Giltner of tiie Chamber of
Commerce left Friday night for Snn
Franc ico, where he will attend the con
ference of commercial organizations of
the coast which opens there next Mon
day. LeleKtes to the Trans-Mlssiaippl
Commercial Congress from the Chamber
of Commerce nembershlp were leaving
the city yesterday while others will get
away today. C. F- pwlgert. E- C. GHtner.
J. N. Teal. George M. Cornwall. R. J
Holme and L Q. Swetlnnd will rep
rewnt the organization. Messrs. Swigert
and Teal are already in Hun Francisco.
Messrs. Holmes and dwetland will leave
tonight And the remainder of the delega
tlon left yesterday.
Skrvu cs at Rosart Church. Services
at Holy Rmarj' Church, t'nion avenue
and Clackamas street, today will be the
patron u I feast. At the 1:3.) o'clock mass.
Rev. Father A. J. McMunn. O. P.. will
be celebrant. Rev. J. D. O'Brien. O. P..
will deliver the sermon. Father Sehmid.
O- P.. will be deacon, and Rev. Father
Iawrence Jajoe, O. P.. subdeacon. J
H. Cass will have charge of the choir
Part of the mass rendered at the dedica
tion of the St. lorn!nlc Church in San
Francisco, will be rendered. Following
the ceremony will be t he imposing pro
cession, in the evening Rev. Father
J. F. Drlsroll. O. P.. will deliver the
Will, Speak at Y. W. C. A. Miss
Stella Fisher recently connected with
student work In Tokio. Japan, will stop
on her way East and on Tuesday eve
ning. October i. at 8 o'clock, will give
an add i ess on Japan at the Young Wo
men Christian Association. Sixth and
Oak streets. Miss Fisher is a student of
th Japanese life and an exceptionally
entertaining speaker. Every one cordial
Moves Into New Quarters. The
East rtde Christian Science Church has
moved into its new quarters In the hall
of Multnomah Camp. No. 77, Woodmen
of the World, on East Sixth street. The
first meetings will be held there today.
The hall rn the second fhmr facing East
Sixth street will be used as the library
and will he supplied with books and pub
lice t ion of the church.
Frexch Have Etes on Oregon. Henri
Dumas, a resident of Houlogne. France,
has written the Chamber of Commerce
asking for Information as to prices of
lnnn and opportunities for settlers here.
e writes that a number of g-xnl families
will move t Oregon If conditions here
are suited to their wants. The desired i
Information will be supplied by Secre
Go to pRiipRCT Park today nd see
the tinest home sites In Irvlngton and
the most modern and up-to-date street
Improvements ever made In Portland.
Take any of t he I'nion-avenue carlines,
at Second and Washington streets, to
Knott street and walk one block east.
Save the Discwnt. Send check or pay
at cfriee on or before the loth to save
the discount on IVtober bills for the
Automatic Telephone. Home Telephone
Company, corner of Park and Furnside.0
A Short Stort, by T. R. RosseveH.
For farms, acreage or city property,
sale or exchange. Pin Tree I .and Com
pnv, NM0 Buchamn building.
Washington street. Phone Main
House-Clbanino Tiua Is thr Tims to
have your mattr-aea renovated and re
turned the same day. Main 474. A 13T4.
Portland Curled Hair Factory. H.
Metifter. Front street.
W antkt. Capable saW-smun. owning
tea tn. to work stai ionery. wooden ware,
etc. in mar-by towns. Address stating
pr'Vms e xperience and references. H
Seiono Chtrch or Christ. Scientist,
and r di.ns-ro'ms have moved to Wood
men" hall. friist Sixth street, corner
East Alder Services at the usual hours.
Prices of ie. Oct. 1: Saloons, hotels.
r-s'.aur.tnts. stores. 3." per lbs.; fam
ilies. 5S- per lb. Ice Delivery Com
pany. I.:bTty Coal Ice Company.
Rate Wk. Steamer Nome tTty sails
d tv t to San Francisco Wednesday eve
ning, r ibin b'rth. meals included.
C H. Thompson, agent. !; Thint st.
The Irvixoton Tenms Ci.rRHorsE may
be se.'urd for s.vinl and dancing parties.
Appiv to Mr. Kowe. Lumbennens Na
Real E?ttk salesmen wanted by
Van W. And-rson. ;ir Lumber Exchange.
Etsy selling property. Goi commissions.
M Su'HEX. exclusive haberdasher, at
."3 Wasli.raton street. Impkriax. Hotel
b".'Id:rg. Has no branch atore.
Hckt Cli'B trophy cups; sterling silver;
from to $T each. Jaeger Bros..
-wlers. Morrison street.
Foa Kent A few nioa offices In Ths
Gregorian buildtrg. Se Superlnteadant,
Dr. B. D Johnson has returned.
UK. 6W4UC, dentist. 311 Pekum bldg.
Death or Leo D. Newman. Leo D.
Newman, familiarly known as "Jack'
Newman, died In Portland Thursday
October L a victim of tuberculosis. Mr,
Newman had returned about three
months ago from Hanford. Cal-, after
residence there of six years, and was
gladlv received back by his large circle
of Portland friends and acquaintances.
Shortly thereafter he was seized with the
d read disease of consum ption ana
though every effort was made to stay
Its progress. It was unavailfng. Leo New
man was born in The Dalles. Or.,
years ago and for a long time lived In
Portland, having been for several years
in the employ of Flelschner. Mayer
Co. He was prominent in athletics, being
especially skillful in aquatic sports. He
was active in the Portland Rowing Club
and a member of one of Its winning
crews. He is survived by his mother,
Mrs. Anna Newman, of Fresno, Cal., a
brother, David L. Newman, of Fresno,
two sisters, Mrs. H. J. Brown, of Ta
coma, and Mrs. Joseph Louisson, of
Portland. He was a nephew of Alexander
Goldstein, a prominent merchant of San
Francisco. The funeral will occur this
morning from Holman's Chapel. The
honorary pallbearers will be from the
Masonic Lodge, to which Mr. Newman
Will. Attend the Fair. The East
Side Business Men's Club and the grocers
will attend the fair held at Gresham,
next Thursday afternoon, going on spe
cial cars chartered - for the purpose.
Suitable badges will be provided for all
who attend, and President C- A- tfigeiow.
of the Business Men's Club, will sup-
dIv the horns. Two eiectric-cars will be
chartered and they will start for Gres
ham about 1 P. M. All who wear East
Side badges will be admitted to the
ground free. On that day there will bo
a programme of athletic amusements.
CHrnoH or Our Fatheb (Unitarian),
Seventh and Yamhill Rev. T. I- Eliot,
D. D-, minister emeritus; Rev. W. G.
Eliot. Jr.. minister: Rev. X. A. Baker,
assistant minister. Morning service 11
A. M. Sermon: "The Work of a Unitar
ian Church In the Present Day." Eve
ning service. Seventh-street entrance. 7:45
P. M. Sermon: "The Principles and
Practices of the Emmanuel Movement."
Communion service al 12:15 o'clock.
Bhidoc Is Completed. The reinforced
concrete bridce across Sullivan's Gulch,
East Twenty-eighth street, is prac
tically completed. There remains only
little more touching up to finish the
structure. However, it will not be thrown
open to the public for some time, as con
siderable time will be required for It to
set." This bridge Is over 500 feet long
nd Is one of the most attractive struc
tures of Us kind In the Northwest.
Basket Social. The Willamette Im
provement Association will give a basket
social Friday night. October 9, in Ander
son s hall, at Willamette. The entertain
ment Is for the purpose of raising a fund
to assist a needy family In that district.
The ladles rre requested to bring refresh
ments. Dancing will be the principal
feature' of the evening. The public is
Club Rehi-mes .Meeting. After a
vacation of three months the averly-
Richmond Club will resume meetings
next Tuesday nleht. at th home of Or.
Hickman. East Thirty-second and Clin
ton streets. Secretary N. M- Montgomery
has issued a call for full attendance or
members end all others Interested In
the progress of that section of the city.
New Officers Are Choskn. Officers
were elected by the Class of 1910. Uni
versity of Oregon law department, yes
terday, when class organization was ef
fected. The following members were
chosen as oftlcers of the class: Prrslden'
M. H. Clarke: vice-president, J. S. Mc
Donald: treasurer. J. W. Briscoe; sec
retary. Norman Land Is.
tltim or Civil. War Vetehas.
Thomas James Browne died at his horn
at Peninsula avenue and Columbia boule
vard. Thursday, at the ae or 6S years.
Ha was a member of Company F, Thirty
fourth Indiana Volunteers. The funeral
mi held Friday afternoon. Interment
was at Rlvervlew Cemetery-
Needlework Gi-ii-d to Meet. A meet
In of the directors and section presi
dnts of the Portland branch of the
Needlework Guild of America will be
held at the residence of the president.
Mrs. James Reed. 2S3 North Twenty
fourth street, Tuesday, October 6, at
Stork Not Ope.v Toxioht. Through an
error It was stated In the Meier & Frank
Comnanv's advertisement that the store
would be open tonlRht until 9:3rt o'clock,
Instead of Saturday nlgnl. 1 ne store
will not be open tonight.
D&xtai. Coixini Now ix Sessiov. The
annual session or tne .-onn racinc -ui
leirn of Dentistry opened October 1. Stu
dents admitted later than October 10 can
not receive credit for a run course.
n o R. danctn party Monday, Octo
ber S. West Side, W. O. w. nans. Lower
hall reserved for dancing: wmsi in
inner hall. A. O. H. members do not
Coltjcii. or Jewish Women. tiw nrst
meeting of the Council of Jewish Women
will be held October 7. at z:; f. m.. in
he PelllnK-Hlrsch hnll. Board meeting
1:45 P. M.
WoiTi.r, lease my nine-room home,
block Washington, to right party.
m.-t tn leave city. Bamain in new iur-
tture: reierences. Auurt-ss viw-
W. C. T. V. Tomorrow. At the head
Quarters of the v. . f. l. i. prayer
meetings services will ,be held between
i and 2 o'clock Monda. aner wmcn a
business meeting will be nem.
5rnrn Soijcs. TS Cents. Best Oak
Tntl-r While vou wait, or sent lor.
mh ?rhwli"d. 37 starK. near rare.
hone Main !?:. A 32-
nn c K. Walker, formerly In Mac-
leav building, now lncnto.1 r iicuner
building, corner Tenth and Washington.
Tn w- xkf.oi.ecraft 9hop now located
on xth street, near Morrison street
next to Oregon News Company.
Until 1IW. free Sepia enlargements see
display. Hayes A Hayes, artistic photos.'
Dr. Parmxi removed office, to resi
dence. 212 F.ast 30th St. Both phones.
Prang's water colors, drawing outfits.
M.'ftVtt s. Ill Sixth street.
Cozr Fi-noalow. H block: C7P0. terms.
TMione Main or A KSS.
n. McCracken-. dentist. Rothchlld bid.
SALOME DANCE AT LYRIC
Xedra I-ansoomhe lo Continne Per
formance All This Week.
The Lyric management has been for
tunate enough to retain Miss Nedra
Uanscombe. the sensational Salome
dancer, for another week, and con-
si-quently this wonderful extra attrac
tion will be offered in connection with
the Blunkall stock company's wplcndld
performances of "My Jim" one of the.
most beautiful comedy-dramas ever
written. It is In the title role of this
piece that Irvtn Blunknll has gained
his highest reputation as an actor of
difficult and trying roles, and he will
repeat his former successes In tha
The company has diligently re
hearsed the piece and is prepared to
give a perfect performance. Kach
member of the cat has tine individual
oppot tunltles to distinguish himself.
The management has provided a very
elaborate production and the settings
will certainly attract great attention.
The first performance of "My Jim"
will be given this afternoon.
THE NORTONIA GRILL
A splendid Sunday menu will be
served in the grill today, and the or
chestra has prepared a selected pro
gramme of musical gems. There is no
better place than The Nortonia to have
your Sunday dinner.
SNAKE'S BITE FATAL
Richard Troxel Expires From
Effects of Rattler's Poison.
IGNORANCE COSTS LIFE
Vnt Knnnlnc Poison Fangs Grow
Again After Being Removed, He
Thinks Bite Harmless Fang
Penetrates Artery in Hand.
At 6:30 o'clock yesterday morning
Richard Troxel died from the effects
of a rattlesnake bite, received late
Friday afternoon in the basement of
the Wells-Fargo Express Company's
office, when he was handling a big
rattler that was shipped for exhibition
purposes from Texas. Troxel was a
baker, and but recently went into the
show business. He was unacquainted
with the reptile life, and thought imi
the fangs, once removed, were never
grown again. ignorance oi me mi
that the fangs grow in rapioiy, ire-
ouently requiring less than a week.
cost him his life.
"It would appear to me, from what
I have been able to learn In consulta
tion with the attorneys of our com
pany." said Herbert Beckwith. mana
ger or the wens- argo company in
Portland, "that no responsiDimy resis
with the company. We are common
carriers, and snakes in proper bondage
have been decided as goods we are
required to transport The particular
package from which this venomous
serpent caused the death of Troxel
was plainly marked. In letters,
four Inches high: 'Live Snakes
Handle With Caution." When Troxel
came Into our office and asked to ex
amine the box of snakes. Mr. Tltua
called his attention to the caution on
the lid of the box, but Troxel replied
he knew all about the reptiles and
that he could handle them without
particle of danger to himself.
I am informed by another, 'snake-
charmer' who has a case of snakes in
the basement, that he never takes
chances such as Troxel took, but that
he handles rattlesnakes with
pronged stick and never approaches
tliem until they are stretched out, and
consequently harmless. This man In
formed me that fangs of rattlers grow
out again, after being knocked out, in-
side of 4S hours, so that the removal
of fangs does not make them harm
This man said that no snakes are
shown in the 'snake-charmer' shows
until they have been examined and
heir fangs found to be absent. These
fangs grow out in a remarkably short
time, and appear first in the form of a
gristle, that hardens rapidly, a pro
vision of Nature to re-establish the
snake with his defensive weapon in
case of accident. Despite the caution.
Troxel handled the big rattler as If he
nad no rear, and the fatal result of his
act cannot be attributed to any laxity
on the part of our people. I am not
Informed whether the shipper of the
snakes can be held responsible or not.
dui tne fact that he put the notice on
the lid, cautioning careful handling,
would seem to relieve him of a certain
amount of responsibility."
When the rattler struck the fleshy
part of Troxel s hand the fang, it was
iouna. penetrated an arterv. and It la
to this fact that the rapidity of the
"iun or tne poison Is due.
All tne delicacies of the season at ths
Portland Restaurant; fine private apart
ments tor ladies, kj wash., near Fifth.
Pekin Restaurant, special Sunday
cnicaen ainner, ooc ; 11 to 8 P. M. Mer
chant's lunch dally, 26c. 82 Stark
street, corner Sixth street.
superior restaurant, 187 4tn. near
Yamhill. Special Chicken Dinner, in-
eluding pie or ice cream, 36c. First-
New first-class French Restaurant: pri
vate dining-rooms; wine with dinner. 60
cents. 450 Washington street.
Moore's Restaurant will serve a We I
chicken dinner today, 148 Fifth, opposite
Meier & Franks.
Wateon's Restaurant will serve a fine
chicken dinner today. 60 cents, 331 Wash.
A special 61c chicken dinner todav at
Haas restaurant. 3oU Washington st
PLANT SIBSON'S ROSES.
The Sibson Rose Nurseries expect to
begin digging and delivering orders
about October lb.
New catalogue Is now being dis
tributed. Should you fall to receive
same, kindly send postal or phone your
name and address. It will be mailed
Newcomers should Inquire about
'Sibson's Roses." They are celebrated
here and elsewhere as the best in the
market. Popular varieties at popular
prices, as well as the scarcest and most
beautiful new creations of America and
Field grown, strong, healthy bushes.
not less than two years old. that will
bloom next Summer. Acres of roses!
Office and nurseries, 1180 Milwaukle
avenue. Phone Sellwood 950.
NEEDLECRAFT SHOP MOVED
The Needlecnaft Shop haa removed
from 382 Washington street to Sixth
street. near Morrison. Mrs. Whits.
manager of the Needlecraft Shop, has
built up a big business, and. in the
new location, she Is well prepared to
handle this Increased business.
BLACK DRESS GOODS.
Fine black dress goods and silks on
special sale tomorrow. See our big
Morrison-street window. McAllen A
McDonnell. Third and Morrison.
Dlningr-roora Eleventh street, off Wash-
tnston street. Music during: dinner and
after the theater. 1
DANCE COUNCIL CREST.
Tonight. 8 P. M. sharp.
Opening Day Celebration.
The new Sunday school annex to the
Westminster Presbyterian Church, East
Tenth and Weidler streets. wIM be used
today for the flret time. It wll! be the
penlng of the new hall and the day
will be rally day. Exercises will be
Id at noon, the Sunday school hour.
Children will bring their offerings. The
ew annex Is most admirably adapted
for the Sunday school. It was built on
The above are special pieces
which we carry to advertise
our stock. We want you to
see what we have, as these
prices ought to make us lots
of friends for this depart
ment. Remember, it costs no
more to buy the up-to-date
pieces from us than you pay
elsewhere for old-style cut
glass. Every article artis
tically placed in one of our
neat boxes and delivered, if
266 Morrison Street.
Between Third and Fourth..
the south side of the church at a cost
of about $1700. In two months this
church will receive Its new $1500
organ. Rev. Henry Marcotte Is the
paator of Westminster Presbyterian
ROAD TO OPEX OCTOBER 15
Tentative Date for Inauguration of
Service on North Bank Line.
October 15 is the latest tentative date
set for the opening of the North Bank
Road into Portland. The work of in
stalling the machinery on the Wlilam-
ette River bridge has proved far more
tedious than was expected, and the date
flret set for the opening of the road has
been repeatedly postponed. It is now
thought that the draw span will be
swung by the middle of the month.
Electricians promise to complete
their contract on the bridge next week.
This will practically finish the work
and only a few last touches will then
remain to be accomplished. Rumors
that the long delays have been caused
by some defect in the big steel fabric
are stoutly denied by the engineers In
charge of the work. They maintain
that the task of Installing the machin
ery to turn the draw span is the sole
cause of delay.
Astoria Trains Change Schedule.
Commencing today, there will be a
change from the Summer to the Win
ter schedule on the Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad. The train formerly
leaving Portland daily at 6:30 P. M.
will leave at 6 P. M. Instead. Arrange
ments have Just been made by the
company whereby the night train from
Seaside, No. 23, will make connections
with the train from Fort Stevens. This
will add greatly to the convenience of
passengers on that branch.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to extend to our friends
thanks for their kindness during the
Illness and death of our dear husband
ana rather. MRS. A. dreyer.
SAMUEL J. DREYER.
CARD OF THANKS.
The undersigned beg to thank friends
ana ousiness associates or the late
Harry C. Hayes, photographer, for all
acts or kindness and respect mani
fested. MRS. H. C. HAYES.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. N. A. Bornulst and children wish
to express their sincere thanks to their
friends and neighbors for their kind
ness and sympathy In their late be
reavement in the death of the -husband
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express our sincere
1 thanks to our friends for their kind
ness and sympathy In pur late bereave
ment. J1KS. JANE GATELY
CARD OF THANKS.
I desire to express my gratitude to
all the friends who so kindly assisted
during the sickness and death of my
beloved wife, Alice L. Monahan.
W. t. MUSAUAD.
CARD OF THANKS.
Relatives of the late George John
Krupke herewith express their thanks
to friends for the sympathy shown
them In their bereavement.
For less than at wholesale. Remodel
ing a specialty. Fur coats of all kinds
made to order.
2O0 Madtaoau -
In our own factory by experts. A specialty of fine diamond
mounting. Designs submitted. Estimates given.
Corner Third and Washington Streets.
Manufacturing Jewelers Optician Diamond Importer
Have combined to make this the acknowledged
largest and best store for men in Portland. We
are essentially masculine, big, strong and ag
gressive, designed to meet the dress require
ments of the sterner sex, and doing it in a way
to win the commendation of all. Quality is the
foundation upon which we have built. Only
the best is good enough for our patrons. Every
leading maker is represented, who has kept
abreast of the times. Our 1908 - 09 Fall styles
show more complete, more comprehensive than
- ever before
Store will be closed tomorrow; we would call it
have a decided advantage by making
their selections now. They have a
complete assortment to choose from
and can have their presents laid away
for them until Christmas.
Diamond Earrings, $15 to $500.
Diamond Rings, $17.50 to $800.
Diamond Brooches, $10 to $600.
Diamond Pendants, $15 to $350.
An immense array of beautiful
Christmas presents for old and young,
that can be selected now. Don t wait
until the holiday rush is on do it
Our hand-painted China, which is
strictly individual work, in conven
tional designs, executed by Portland
artists this week we quote special
prices on every piece in stock.
Plates, $2.00 to $4.00. '
Cups and Saucers, $3.50 to $5.00.
272 Washington Street.
Portland; Council Bluffs, la.
Whv not rent a piano for a few
months and then buy a Steinway, the
greatest among pianos? The leading
musicians in ex'erv community unite in
praising the Steinway. The leading
artists of international reputation In
dorse it as the peer among pianos.
Investigate our "Money saving plan.
Strictly one prloe. The worklngman
pays no more than tne capitalist, ah
receive the same low price, based on
factory cost, plus freight and handling
expenses. This is just ana rignt
"The Home of Dependable Pianos."
Sherman, Clay &Co.
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Sixth and Morrison, Opp. Poatotflee.
Schwab Printing Co.
BEST WOt jr. UKAtOVAtl Mrczs
147K STARK STREET!
In a splendid variety of shapes
and sizes, being entirely new
in their styles and at a range
of prices for complete satis
faction. Jewelry Made to Order
Overcoats $15 to $50
Tuesday and let us show
1 of the
A "comer ' in the
For the man who cares.
Ask to see this
313 WASHINGTON, NEAR SIXTH
STOCK OF UMBRELLAS
Call and See Them.
We are making: a discount of 10 per
cent and 20 per cent on good one a.
Repairing and Re-coverlnff.
We have the only complete electrical
ly operated umbrella shop In Portland.
Best work at lowest prices. Personal
313 YVaaLUnttton St.. Bet. ota and flth.
IN THC HEART OF
FIRST CLASS & STRICTLY MODERN
FREE AUTO BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS
WHZBX TO DLN'K.
(Sc. with Jo crurn. 11 A. 11. to S P. M.
an honor to have you
EXCLUSIVELY 8-day In time, hour and
half hour and ahlp's bell strike.
This olock is absolutely the highest
attainment of the oloekmaklng: art. We
would earnestly recommend that you
Investigate this product. Every clock
294 Washington St., Between 4th and 5th.
"TWELVE STORIES OF SOLID
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210 rooms, 135
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Most Refilled English Grill
Hostelry Bates, $1.00 up
THE SHELBURNE HOUSE
At Scarlew, Wash.
Haa lovely large rooms, a delightful yard
for children, and the meals are gotten up
In euch a manner that if you come once you
will come again. Coma in for our Sunday
THE PORTLAND SHOE REPAIR CO.
209 Yamhill, between Third and Fourth.
Bauer & Stopper, Props. Phone Main
7655. Shoes railed for and delivered free
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