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1UE Milium AijTOKlAfl HtlUA NOTEMBbR in, lOTii
l'.!,.,., 1 , ,, ,-L - 1 1 I I to c w. Carnahttn'i. Thy are to I th California n Byni Cv orf. mtf
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I V I1U1VIVHIWI I
It Will 1'ay Vuu
To look up tht bwralnj X am offer-
Inir In ttitf nriuikirv mttmk. fDvrV
fiiiin rKular prior. lvrythln In
plain ami uaoora.ua warv, ins iin
oii Luaila Irmiil, lCnKllati majco. It
will pay you to look It ovor.
Vtl Commercial 8trt
J lie) '10 l'oMilur Nw
Hav you n my aaaortmont of
bony bruhT They nr pur
chat dlroot from Nw Yoik, and
ar vary popular. Am cotulantly
rclvlng nw gooda. Com and wo
xhwu 0. W. SMITH,
Th LMdlng Jawttw.
Ill CommaroIaJ Btroot,
Who 1oom Your l-Mindryr
Wa claim, and wa wlU prova to
very one, that wa liava tlia bt
and moat up-lo-dat laundry on to
CoaiL A trial order will oonvlnca
th moat particular. If you want
neat, prompt work, try th
CITV 8TKAM LAUNDRT.
til Franklin Avanu.
R. BCIIIMPKERMAN. JW,
Our Hpculul IJurgulna
Vti hat aotna brokan Un of tin
war which w will ekw out at bar
(am prtoa. W ar alao making
utclal prtoaa on aoma brokan Una
of oannvd frulta and rllha. pick
la. taul dallcaolaa and aauoM.
Tnaa ar A No. 1 gooda. and can
ba had at low prtoaa.
nosa. moaiNS co.
A Chut In Spun lull
VIII ba ttarUd. to ma vnlnr at
th homo ox I ha mwnbara. Plan
Two laaona a wk, 10 cnU a W
aoa, lht mootha' court
Conault by mail or call at tna
Kbool aftar l:W p. m.
W. W. PATNE.
Principal of High School. ,
Extnt l'li I'mhrelhi
And at battar than Portland price.
If a fact. They ar lh celebrated
Follmer-Clorf make: handaomw,
dunhla allk umbrella. Don't make
th mlatak of buytnf alaowher.
40 Commercial Street
IktU-r 'Miun liver
Th Pond Streat Flan Markat la
better than ver prepared to aupply
freah and aalt fih of all klnda.
Oooda delivered to any part of the
cliy and satisfaction guarantwrt.
POND STREET FISH MARKET.
(17 Dond Ftrwt.
i im n fiirt he mII the atten
tion of tha ladle to my handaome
atock of trimmed millinery. It com
nriu th lataat creation of the
millinery art, and I am offering re
duced rate for th nert M day.
Dr. T.N. Mull
671 Commercial Street,
Over Sohtuaael'i Clothing Btor.
Tha IUII.V ASTOMAX will la found
ou aal In I'lirlUinl l lh wall-known '
Ihinere hou.i. ..f J. V. Iliilly ., WI
Hhliiiiu Ntrl. Onlr for iler
tiling lad with thla firm will relv
PORTLAND, Nv. 10.-Wlrn Ore
gitn, w(iuImiiii) UkIiI ra'.n, coiUtr, to-
frawPahlng- la In lu gU.ry mow.
Crawflth, cookad In wlna, at tha Na
Drink K. II. Cenral; Eat Nut butter
and Health Fooda and b happy.
Fne. with each pacak of H. O.
Munli. 1 package of II. 0. Pancake
Klour, at A. V. Allen'a
n. r. Allan Bon ar lllnf Em-
boaaed Wall Paper a low a 10 oenU
per roll; Imported Engllah, TV oenta.
A. R. Cyrus ha moved hi Real Ea
tat and Inauranoa olTlo to 43( Com
merolal airect, oppoalt th Aatorlan
Fr Ront-Pwtly Mrnlahwl houae, 7
imuiim; wHI Iikii1. Addreaa A, Aato
Cha. E. CIovkIojuI arrtvrd hinw thin
mornln from a trip to Portland and
Pur whlaky Harper Perfect whUky
Harter every bottle guaranteed liar
per. Sold by Ford 8toka Company,
Tixlay la th lot day upon w hit h
Trrry MoKwin will be hrd In dra
miitifi reclinJ at Warn-iilon tomorrow
evening. Among tha a"l""tl"n whkh
h will rndor will l hli liUftat chiir
acur akotch "An Old Tlmo M;lody.
Kdltor OIlHum of tha Nrw la auf-fi-rlng
from tw i-ffwt of a hard fall
ho experienced he (Htvr morning.
HI f;t ll)td W'hlln oxnlng dow.i a
doping walk, at.d In alrlklng he fell
live or lx fwt. Hw woa rmUrel un,
oi.iiim Iou for a ahort time, aiwl thert
man a gtirrul wrenching of the mua
cM of thu body.
All Aalorlana who vlalt Portland and
dealra apendlng a pleaaant evening In
company with pollto people and In the
enjoyment of an unexcelled mualcal
program, ahould go to Jhe Frederlcka
burg. Ilealdee vocal and Inatrumental
MiKctloni there are many other at
traction to delight tha vlaltora. The
new management la making the FrcW
Ickaburg a well-mrttd aucoeaa.
ui.. aims Palmberr. recently aniv-
lug from tha F.aat. dealrea to announce
to ln laaiea oi abiutt "i -
........ a iiMMmikina rt&rlnre on Ninth
. M... PAHimawlil next door to
ibiitiiiM-'a orlntlna: offlce. Mta Polm-
i... krf thnmua-h exDerlenca In
UTI iimm ' ...... , -
cutting and fitting ladle' garment of
all kind, particularly taJlor-mada ault
add oloaKa or tn mm
The "good mada" ptHJcm are be
in. nuahed. Mr. R. M. Woodon of El
ale and Cliu. Oronnll of JewU were
appointed to lniterw the cltlaena of
A.i.wH In behalf of tha movement
thev are now In tha city. They are
im with atioowaji, and tha p?tl
,!,-, ar belnar very gwnerally algn -d.
In the country tho oppualtlon la ex
Holly Ranch No. 19. United Modern
VlaiUntea, gave a highly aueceiwful
irminnumi at . Cairuther'a hall. A
Uia- lia IrlurtiDhurrt -a'm at th Four
hnenth Rtrtet thoatre. New Ywk. All
of thla scenery and every effect la car
ried, no hiUM aowwrry being ud, and
h,tiMn a strong company, tha organ.
Ixatlon Incluilea tho Coon Hollow s'Te-
nadi.-ra, a troupe of colored singers and
dancers, boys and girls who give a
danrln carnival simply wonderful.
UnUiUB electric and calcium displays
ara also feature, but tha piny " de
pond rather on a vigorous plot and
welt rvrrtraved charactera true to na-
..x than It cenlc atur. It has
been a great sucx-eas In New York, Bos-
ton, Philadelphia, New OrH-ana anu
all the leading cltlea eutt and west.
The puy ,n ,u "lxtn ,-a"on of mc'
ts, and the dramatic company, which
embraces most of, tho original New
Vnrk eaat. Is everywhere commended.
Heat sale ofx-na Tuesday morning at
water ratea can be paid to avoid the . nunitr of Invited friend were
penalty of 25 cents addpJotiul charge. After an excellent literary
Parties up from tha Astoria Gun
Club lukea say that tlwy are alive
with ducks and many are seen.
Mrs. W. L. t.'lenhart and son Lloyd,
arrived home ymlerduy fnm 1'ortlnn.l,
where they have been visiting for a day
program and clever ijcerdemalii work
: v. Me J.aut. Mr. J. J. Bturglll. chief
iril- of the order rteiivereu an aoic
aildrena upon the aubjivt of fraternity.
A erli-a of views closed th.; entertain
ment. There will le a slmlllar -nter-
tninment Saturday wening and all are
Invito!. ( t '
' The members of tha A. F. C. enter
(yn t.u ."Br, " : ,.,. ,n,.lnM,.iv,.. Blll friends with a
ana maKea ir irouui wiin i tutu
chimney flues than any other. George
W. Siinlwrn, Agent. Telephone 1311.
wanieu voman to uo 11.01 nuuv-, - ... . ,k.
work In family of three on a ranch bctwwn Croaby and Uwta. he
trio of Ix.xlng bouta lust night at lh
avmnasluiii nanns. The flrst two prov
tsl tiulte IniereHllnK and were c.loai'ly
followed by the H'Mnewf, but th last
four mile from town; good home; kind
tronlmrnt. Call 69J Franklin avenue.
I 1 , .u.. . v.a It uo aheduleil
t'llltT twie lit inv mi .-. v "
for live rounds but although It did not
take the live roundai to finish It, It was
r. .1... ...1 1. th. Kmmt ant mnat aeo. nil plirhl what I her WOS of It. and
1 ..1 .i tnr hmiahnM uaa In At.' rn.iuu-h of It such aa It waa. One of the
torla. Try It one and you will hav, participant was not In gmxl condition,
no other, Oeorg W, Sanborn, Agent ; so th end was rather precipated. Pres.
THIS WILL BK THE LAST DAY
Ad Interesting and Instructive Lecture
f5y President Whltnker Last
Xiunt on Etpanslon.
The steam whonner Atxrdeen came
down from Portland yemenay an
passed on out.
The Oreg n lame down the river and
cat anchor opposite the O. R. N.
dock. She expects to leave out today
for the Sound country.
The German ship Nereid came In
The UrltUh ship Tullward waa towed
down from Portland yeau-rday.
Ph- karre WllacUt WOS tOWed UP
the river yesterday by the tug Hercules.
1- k fnnmv Mimmlaaloners' court
' . .
w.t.ntav. T. B. Morrison, Robert M
lw. and L. G. Wist were appoint
vlewra and R. C. F. Astbury aurveyor
to lay out a road aa petitioned for, t
run from the Lewla and Clark bridge
n r w. Carnahan's. They are 10
maei at U:J0 p. m. on M'Tlay at the
residence of Mr. Carnahan on Clatsop
A communication from D. J. ingaii.
supervisor of road district No. i, ak-
Ing tlui the rad around Btone niu ue
repaired, waa read and ordered flled.
r T Tnirnlia alinervtWlT Of road dis
trict No. 4, reported that he had posw-o.
notloes for bids- to build tna pnoge Be
tween (itavebldt landing and the End
landt place, but no Mda were made.
He added that he would ouiia tne
bridge for $280. He wa matructed to
The institute met yeaterlay morning
at Si'O, with Superintendent Ackerman
In the chair. Th dlacusalon of the
course of atudy. as begun the day pre
vlous, was rcaumed after a preliminary
address by the superlnundent
This talk was a kindly suggestive
one. He dwelt upon the necessity of
administering praise to pupils. Many
pupils are discouraged by withholding
orolse. To bring out all. the good
points la a student and In the ecd to
accomplish good, substantial results, a
certain amount of well-earned praise
1 necessary. The Idea, he explained,
to to be frank and above-board with
the puplla, tu h In the affirmative, not
In tho m-gnttve. There Is too muoh.
The teacher gave their undivided at
tention to the speaker, and expressed
themselves a being greatly emlight
by the remarks made.
After this brief but pungent address
the superintendent proceeded with the
course of study, aa already mentioned.
His address upon the subject waa
brought under the sub-head of "Tests
for Promotion." This apparently 11m
Fisher's Opera House
1 1. 1. SELIG. ttssce nd JTigr.
j VedsKdiv tti Tbmdir, Nov, 15-16
. . . a.. 11a In awtf fA
1.. . tm,.M ih inh tiled iubjrct was made so alive br 11-
MO me nimnrmi tummi - v i
Take .t-amer Bailey Oatiert of and exhorted the mombors to do all in "... ... .a.mw.UR
Whit. ColVir lln. for Portland and way' their power to .well tha funds and dd man. mat u assume new mean
' ' . , !, lna- to those Dresent.
point. Far. K oentj; room. 7 oenu-, Mvery way mey Wu.u w .v - -
upper or lower barth, M onU; aecUon of tho organisation
berth, IS cant.
The ladle of the Baptist church de
lr to announce that they will serve next
The sueaker concluded bv exhortlns
thrt tearhera to tieh an that th& minlla
Him of the moat Interesting evwts of w ill be able to do their own work and
, h theatrleal season Is announced for by using the arithmetic class for an
Wednesday at Fisher" opera example gave a very lucid exposition of
sire to announce inai wre? w.o - - ... ... ...
a dinner on Thanksgiving day. Further house In Callahan-, big produetkm of this thame
notloe will be published Ui keep the A Romance or toon w
public waited as to the plac. price, etc.' the same scenery and effect used dur-
A CVI Mil A
7 0V have an eiul opportunity with tho citizens of Portland to
x make thoir wlwtioiw of CIoUiior from our immense ami wen
All the latest Novelties from the best manufacturers in Ameri
ca can be found on our shelves.
We are making Special Efforts on
Overcoats and Suits
at 814.85.. .
Same as are sold elsewhere at $20 and over.
When visiting Portland yon are Invited to call and inspect our stock.
, . III 1 l - . 1 A. 1
I ou win nut ue urgeu w uuj.
Money cheerfully refunded if ootU are uot satibfaotor)-.
MOYER CLOTHING GO.,
titxt cit?t T tvt1 t-. - .led anA flnlr Strnnta. Pnrtlflrd ti
DHjSX C31JjL11U, lUJlimgOI. " 1 j
The afternoon' program was a con
tinuation of the morning's. Superinfm.
dent Ackerman proceeded with his dis
course In the manner he had already
adopted. The same attention that had
previously Dald him was now centered
on his remarks and continued so until
President Whltaker of Portland un
iversity w a Introduced later In the day
asd delivered a short addretw on the
necessity of acquiring right habits and
made plain his Ideas In thla regard by
humorous but strong Illustrations of the
dllTerent manners mem haw with hats
and kept his hearers In serious att?n.
tlon and laughter by turns.
The evening setslon at the M. E.
church was Introduced with a vocal
solo by Mrs. J. T. Rows. Mrs. Ross
snng In her usual cultured refined Btyle
and was appreciatively recoiwd by all
Presldent'Whltaker was the speaker
of the evening and delivered a telling
address upon the subject "Expansion."
The word was not used In a territorial
or political sense, but It was nrental and
Inventive expansion- and the subject
w as treated is on educated manner that
evinced the close attention that must
have been paid It by the speaker. He
"Every Individual is under this Influ
ence all his life. We are In a land
ever expanding In territory, In pro
ducts, In patriotism, In character. In
power. The age Is expanding. This
word Is the keynote of the movements
which elope the 19th century."
The lecturer illustrated his topic by
contrasting the work of agriculture In
earlier periods and the present. Also
that of commerce, teaching, and the
r"qulsltles for the so-called learned
professions. All these Indicated not
only an Immense expansd in of evry
form of life, but mak imperative a
larger preparation to mwt those re
sponsibilities. "Training is essatlal as .a lump of
Iron at the mine may be worth BO cents,
but made Into horseshoes Is worth
$10.50. Into knife, blades, $12.50, Into
needles $38.50, Into watch springs $255.00,
so endowments can v -"r ' -veloped,
empowered to superlative ef
ficiency." This evening will be tK ,:'n
of the institute. At that time President
Campbell of the state normal school
will deliver an address on the subject,
"Are Our People Being OwreduCated."
Miss Annie O'Nen of Aatorla and Miss
Evelyn Ilembre of Skamokawa were
yesterday enrolled In addition to those
' already mentioned.
' ! Serenade
. Scenic Production
A Romance of
As Idyl of the
Tha Tornedo SenpatioD.
The Big Steamboat Race f,
Tho Putlni! Preaa tratredv !
...v . , J
TntltSDAT SlCltT Conpltte
Set sic rrcxUctiua
A Delluhtful Comedy Drama
Sine, Buch and Wing
Dancers, Cotuedians, etc.
PRTfTR--Reserved Seat. 75c
Gallery, 50c; Seat sale open
Tuesday morning at unffio &
WATSOS BROS., Propr'.
(il am o.a KaV viitAm there
fore pitroio pay for what they ordef
0 aud no more. 0
a ... .. i i-l. .,..,.
X Ht lUIB IBS urgni, isrspnu imi
mi H uifkesl Scrtire ii tht SttkHfst.
S , 109 and Ul Fourth 8L ft)
(Si . o ... nADTI AMn W
w i.pen o a.m. o o p.i. run i k i , w
E. B. riTTKUAl,
IVtatt Roon:i dr Ladifs.
AN IMPORTANT DIFFERENCE.
r ,0Va I annarmt to thousands.
hn think themaelve III. that tbey are
not afflicted with any dlseaae, but that
tb system lmpiy neeo cleansing, is
. v.!,. mnrnrt hvn to their hearts.
. i . ....I.I I- mmllw htf
using Pyrup of Fig. Manufactered by , the neck of the bottVs
Th recent peace con fe renew bring
the power of th Csar of Russia forci
bly to mind. Ill eubJeoU look to him
for food, shelter, raiment, even llf It
self. In no country la a monarch's
power more absolute. But far-reaching
a It Influence la It cannot be oora
pared to that which the human stomach
ha over the- moral and health of th
average mortal. Iloatetter' Stomach
Bitters cure constipation, dyspepsia,
biliousness, nervous nea an all dJ
ease arising from an inactive Urer or
weak kidney. Try It If you hav
stomach trouble of an cort, and
for yourself. It will bring r back to
health and happiness. It will make you
strong by making year stomach strong.
A private Revenue Stomp should cover
With every Suit, even if the Suit costs no more than
(We have good Suits for this price)
No Lottery. Every One Treated Alike.
Boy. also get a Hat with t 8uit, and we have 7Pi
Baits npwaras irora
Yoa bny the Suit, we give the list The better the 8ait the better
the hat. So toy being given away,, but aometbing useful. Having low
rent we can do this.
WELCH'S CLOTHING STORE
Dealer I. .let's aid Dojrs' Clothing sad raraisbiij Goods, aid Hce's Boyi',
Ladies' aid Childrts's Shoes,
225 Jlorriso. Street
e STRICTLT At CLOTHING ST0KC betates rirst aad Soeoad
ton St , neiir .Mh
1. D. Boer,
ITi iiiiirtk St., fORTl.WD, ORG.
Y. M, C. A. BuilJ'g
OPFN DAY Establlihed
; AND NIGHT...
E House's I
i Cafe, I
lis Third Street, fortUnd, Oregon.
J Tho Best Cup of Coflee
or txtcoa lo me city.
Cream and Milk
frum our own ranch
, Home made Pics and cakes.
and Scenery Artist
ALSO DEALER IN"
Latest Designs "iSSS' Wail Papers
. JUST RECEIVO
127 First Street. Portland
We Rent New Typewriters.
Many New Improvement Added SEE OUB LATEST
Smith Premier Typewriter
NEW ART CATALOGUE FREB
L. & M. ALEXANDER at CO., Phone Main 574
Exclusive Pacific Oasl Dalpr. 245 Stark St Portland
Vhere the rioest Caadies in the State
ire Trepared and Alvays la Stock
543 COMMERCIAL ST..
01 Every Description Made to Order. Largs Line of Stock
Books (or 1900. Attractive Prices.
loose leal ledgers and Transfer Cases,
Order Blanks Holders and Binders.
Commercial (Tinting in all branches.
Largest Eatabllihmant In tha tVeat.
THE IRWIN-HODSON CO.
First and Salmon Sta., Portland.1
DO YOU BATHE?
Becanse at oar house we have neither a bathtub,
nor hot water handy. ...
Then go to the Russian Baths at 217 Astor St.
25 cents ia the price. Private apartment for
ladies. Only the better olaas of patronage Is
catered to. Try one and you will oome regularly.