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TIIE EVENING JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1902;
ALTfcXD D. BOWTN,-
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Delivered anywhere in the City. : :
By mall to any address,' 13.00 per yeer.
gl.QP. for four months. , 4 ,
JCISKAL PRINTING C0M PUBLIShCRS
CORTLAND, OR.i MARCH 13, 1 802
rrtlaad ought to take an Internet la
the propoeltiea to include a puWIe road
way en the railroad bridge jto spaa tb
Cslnmbla at .Vancouver. It would add
largely to Fortland'a trad relation with
:: Clark County. WWh. v"
' John Bull - la aUtr feeling ' around hl
body, trying to, find ttao placed where
Delersy hit Mivf-ri.f r-'i-jMixV
; Ta Chinese government objeefs to th
, os-enactment at the Chines exclusion
act. Ita six representative In Portland
objected, also. '
The Wehalem ' railroad ; will
last's biggest gold mine. Z" '
when a '"reform' movement Is desired.
reformers ought te be at the helm-not
past masters In the game of Tricks.
1 Bering named his candidates for the
primary election, Mr. Oaten will sail his
jDemecratle convention when he gets
geed and ready; ' . ' . l" """ ; ' . .'' ,
Let a not forget that there Is a Dem
eeratle party that may be merely sawing
The Wells, rargo Bxprees Company Is
tfty years of age-and don't knew the
meaning ef "mossback, . ; .
Nebraska's cyclone are op and. doing.
They sauet adhere ta the ancient maxim
that early bird get the Juicy flshworms.
... . . i i i . 1
The Albany Democrat remembers Bene
or Blmon's efforts In behalf of m public
beildiag fef that elty, and says: "We
hevea't evwerd te say against him." If
he bed his deserts, many ef ; bis, le-
"eraetera would be la the earns to.
La Oraade has elected a "Ukker Ceea-
at Ue regular Republican party - te
ticker out, ut te aocomtnodat the belt
lag gentlemen who deelre ta dicker laT
f 'erd eemes front Eugene 'that Ira A.'
Campbell, editor and one of the publish
ta ef the Pally Guard, who let his
speeeh while sitting la ' barber's ehalr
" about three weeks age. Is aiUleenflned
m his home In : a condition Volte dl-tf-Melngie
his family.: U r. Campbell can
epeek la a low tone ef voice, but his
emplete recovery le believed to be re
mete. J He le one ef the pioneer news
, peper men ef Oregon and a bright and
pepeler'aae, - ; - s ' H i
1 ' 1 '"'f -"'"-"-lirr "
TkeCetumbla River snuet be kept a
Wri4wlde shipping ffaorooghfaro Har
meay and united effort' will do It. ,-"
Astoria Is wakini"Bp". "t S a substaa
iial etty. Its growth hal really Jaet be-
-'" -7' jT -
i?ppe?TS5l umbla must be opened
. r- ta. All Eastern Oregon, EasUrn
. a i iiineton and Idaho make tble do-
It must be heeded, ' - , -
turday's primaries should 'announce
t fast that the Republican party can
be fooled. ,
ih people know how to allow poetical
lienee to the Oregonlan, and alwaye make
iae allewanee for Its hystsria.
'.' th Archbishop acquired tke
iij!et Unlverelty property In this
and Father Murphy was Installed
i guiding spirit Of the school soon'
weed opened, he said: "This building
! neni close its doors again." Th
:-nK. University is new one ef the
4J'tHonal Institutions of Oregon,
i . u Soon be Immensely enlarged.
-crefujr Is .Father-Murphy ef the
t i trpang of the young persons na-
a Srge, that th school Is kept
':. aturdays, to the end that Ita
' ie if ay net eoma la contact with
ef ther schools which use that
r In a anner, quite too; eft en, not
iiltt! i te elevate the human mind.
ataWar, holiday Is on Thursday. 8tav
its etWl religious beliefs are' being
nested nereVv-s'Ssi'ifcvy -'' ..'y.
-,::.-. j ; ; v."i
rht ssp-i. who couldn't love Portland
uld?l like the biscuit his mother
ueet le make; '''i-. '"S. r""
Cerbett deserved the laving eup
hie employes gave him. He waa the first
e laaugurete the profit-sharing arsUsarPOB,,u ea whe are responsible te a
Ires Works were reeenUr Ine rsclpUsts
' f frees VH te fes each," la addition te
UMir regular wegea. "Strikee don't breed
, . t a plae like that - '
, " We have here one ef tha most beenUfml
1 locaUeno f er a olty beneath -the saa.
; Vatsre has done everything peoslble to
be dene fer , Portland. ' Can't ' we all
bakl on our. armor and make this the
est town west of the Great lakes "
lat altort to. abuse Senator Bljnon and his
friend ta connection with tha 'lndo
pendent"! primary candidate, and wastes
much apace In. dilating upon."Independ-
ant ticket No. L" ditto No, 1. ate .
. It la surprising that a treat paper Dike
the Oreronlatt ahould stoop ta auoh mls-
leedlng method ta chart reputable men
with -seeking t' confuse voters, , when
there is not a shadow foundation for
th charge." , .. ,
The fact are that.. In aeordanee with
the requirements of - the new primary
law; the managing committees "Ot tbs
political parties - file with th county
elerk the nomination of their parties.
The Republican party has dona this, and
filed Its regular: ticket, and has nothing
te do wlthfaoy eo-eallad "independent1
tickets. The assertion that It has. Is
made to mislead voters, but will not no
so. The candidates selected are well
known to be the best men In the eomrau
nlty. who are Identified with the Repub
lican party, and they should receive the
hearty endorsement of every Republican.
can, . i ' . .v.
Build a railroad out in kny direction,
place a freight ear en the rails at thai
other end, give it a start and It will
coma to Portland. ; Tht ought to be a
pretty big city, built up on a el te like
that. ' ,f . .-tig;'-.
f , . 1 ' . ii; :.i
General Delarey seems to have General
Methuen "well In ham.?' s ' -
Harvey W. Scott for United flute
Senator at any. coat' This is the secret
of his new friendship for Mrv Mitchell.
This Is the secret of hie affiliation with
those whom he has heretofore denounced
and exposed as the enemies of the com-munity.-
Te ' gain this end ' he would
abandon the principles he has advocated
for years, and ally himself with those
who are seeking to) pee the great paper
he controls te : boast themeelvee into
power. He would rule or ruin. '
Weuld-be TT. S. Senator Harvey
Seett Is loudly denouncing the regular
Republican organisation. Ae he never
moves without a purpose. It le fair to
suppose that he has soms selfish end to
eerve. It I' well known that he has here
tofore largely controlled the policy and
dictated the personnel of the Republican
nominations, and the Inference might be
drawn that the party is no longer willing
te submit ta his domination, and hence
hie bitter opposition and abuse.
' - ON LABOR LINE8.
Brief y eUted. . the Philippine bill
means the competition ef Chinese cheap
labor against ths American worktngman.
- The Oregonlan approves Senator Mifch-
airs support of the Chinese. Senator
Simon ef, Oregon, Bard and Perkins of
Calltemla, ' and furner, of Washington,
votsd. against cheap. Asia tic labor and In
favor at. protection te our worktngmen.
in atber words, in favor ef fair wages
for fair work.
deed men la office may be expected
when good men become willing ta do
their duty-as cltissnar te valus thsir
franchlsei te serve as delegates; te sup
port and Influsaee and control the po-
tlcal life of the community, and to fulfill
their task, even at the sacrifice of their
personal eass and preference. The Journal
will aim to make possible the bringing
bent ef theee conditions.
. ; AN OPEN SECRET. . .
Most grsat newspapers of the day give
all the newa the day It happene. er sBort
Jy thereafter. But Oregon's great news
paper la disposed to avoid Its duty hi this
respect, In that It has not freely given
out, as It should, the news that Ita sdltor
is a candidate for the United Statee Sen
ate! i'"- ' ,
- What Is the provocation for the Ore
gonlan'e present pernicious activity In
Its recent IssueeT What other than the
fact that Its editor Is an. active candi
date for the XT. 8. Senate, though hiding
his activity, er aeklng to do so, In ths
shadows of others, v But wbsn such ssn-1
national" ambition axlsts. It Is hard td
hide It from the. people.
Let all hands putl for Portland,
forget the animosities of pollUca.
-'. meant jo Mislead. ;
Voters need waste no time over the sen
sational statements made In the Orgonl-
ati concerning "ladepedent" primary tick
ets,'- Such sentiments Are meant to mis
lead and confuse, and Kara a reflection
n the. Intelligence of American cltlssn-
f DON'T BE CONFU8ED,
The regular Republican committee has
faithfully and carefully compiled with all
the tecbnlcaUtlef at the new primary
law, and the party of equal rights Is In
good form to win one of Its old-time
victories. All attempts . of "Independ-
enu" ta oenfuss Vetera should be frown
ed down. upon. .,-."; vC;':
The Republican party la bigger than any
or all factions or candidates.-- v ,
When yea vote the regalar Republican
ticket yon knew that yon are voting for
Th regular Republican ticket la a ticket
representing responsibility and stability,
and ae hue and ery raised by the Orego
nlan ean make It anything elae.
A geed eltlsen reglstsrs and vote
County Clerk Swetland has found It nee
esary te close the voters' rerlstration
books at U.. o'clock tonight The
ftrsl delivery of precinct books will be at
o flock Friday morning. In order to b
on hand when the polls open Saturday
awavi sssssgjt v i ...
; Notices sf appointment hsve been nent
to Judges and clerks of election, and those
wd, tv neiiner ,cmmm ar raiarfad th
appointments made hlthrto, were renamed J
id iouniy Loun. t -j ,
Pjerrad 8tock Tdmatoeo,
Wc Serve !.
moM ii in the ;
- v AFTFJI THX THXATRIS.
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273 Morrisca Street., '
- (Bcrlpps-McRae News Aasoclatlon.)
VIENNA, March lt-The Tageblait. in
sensational article 1 printed -yesterday.
warns the civilised world that It has dls-1
covered that preparation are under way
for the Invasion of all Europe by Islams
irom tne uuoman empire, tne nortnern
ccuntrlcs of Africa, the Soudan, Arabia,
rereia. India and Afghanistan..: The jour
nal aesures Its readers tbat the Infor
mation Is made public only after most
thorough and searching Investigation of
jta .-. authenticity, ine puoucation . naa
caueed universal - comment , and eerious
concern in this city.
I ne Hospital tiaims a
t. ..1 .-V ' ,
Victim of Football;
As a result of injuries received at
football game at the University of Oregon
s couple nf month ago, Howard, .son of
ex-Mayor C. D. Latourette, of Oregon
City, Is lying In a critical condition in a
local hospital. ' He received a v severe
bruise on one side of his body, and at
the time his Iniurte were not deemed
serious. He waa taken home, but old not
appear to "Improve under good medical
treatment, ana was orougni to roriinno
yesterday evening. '
Her HUSband U ed ant! AD-1 committer on inter-oceanlo canals, at a
''7 M m . Til'iWW Meeting yesterday, decided t to
nna rAri m Hpp. .
" f Journal . Special Servlee.) ''
BUTTE. Mont. March 11 -W. B. Mann.
a stranger In Butte, mea ot paralysis
here on .February ft. Nothing was found
on bit person save soma)nslgned and
undated lettera from hls wife, aSd the
body was burled at Abe expense of the
county. The day following his demise
Undertaken Duggln was handed a letter,
ecatn unsigned and undated, from Mrs.
Mann.wrlttsn In a most affectionate vein,
A week later another letter, thie time
signed, waa received from her.' dated, at
a Hot Springs, Ark,7 hotel, February n.
the day on which her husband died. It
was a heart-breaking message. Mr.
Mann wrote that shs had a most shock
ing and realletle dream, in which she
saw her husband . in - his coffin, and
humid t.t him t telearaDh her if he
received the letter. The undertaker
aired Mrs. Mann of her husband'a sud
den death, and upon her arrival here It
was disclosed that he died exactly at the
time she had dreamed no ma.
The laet letter bad been following him
from place to place, and was handed to
Undertaker Dus-gln by the hotel elerk
tere where Mr. Mann bad stayed.
United States to Buy
(Serlpps-McBae News Association.)
WASHINQTON, March lX-In ths hope
that peace may the more speedily be ee-
cured In the Philippines.. President
Roosevelt haa decided to appoint a com
mission to negotiate for the purchase of
the Friars' lands, the matter to be taken
up by the President and Governor Taft
so soon as the latter la sufficiently re
covered from his Illness. Ths personnel
of the commission, has not yet been con
This Is believed to be the most Im
portant step that can be taken for the
doc! Heat ion of the' islands, and-in soms
quarters Is believed to nave the sanction
oi tne rope. - a representative .or. ms
Holiness has just been dispatched from
Rom with instruction to use ble best
efforts inbehalf of conciliation of the
different Interests of tbs church and peo
ple in our insuiar possessions.
For out-and-out narrowness the Oreao-
nian s editorials ot yesterlay aurpass
all precedent. It complains of - the
narrowness . of those opposed - to It,
and than goes on to positively assert that
Joseph Blmon Is the single Issue of tbs
contest? The Oregonlan can no longer
fool the people by ay such-preposterous
I politics, for th people know better,
i when the Oregonlan talk about .narrow-
the trail It ha made,
en they I
nave io laugn.
OREGON CITT. March 11 Tha derrv.
men oi in cuy ar circuiannr a noil.
tion, which la being numerously signed,
asking ths City Council to dm their hat
enorie to supprees ine money-device slot
macninee ana otner gambling gamee
which are runnina wida onen. A- r
montha-ago the Council paased a resolu
tion Instructing the Chief of Police to
suppress the slot machines, but ths
mayor ruiea it out or order. Last Bun
day. Rev. A. J. Montgomery eeVerely
scored th Mavor . tar nrnltln h
conoitins, and as a result a bitter- fight
v mi nwnDvrs-or ine vJouneti
I are pronounced agalnet gambling, with a
single exception. . 7.
Dane' Hail. v knocked Harry French
"f wegon city into insensibility with a
black jack Tuesday nlgrhu French was re
moved to a near-by drug store where hi
wouna were nressea. as soon as he re
covered he stated that the Cause of the
trouoie was nis refusal to dance with any
of the women of the place, .
T .. hi
Mrs. E. A. Bask, of 80s Jefferson street,
olympla. Wash., aays that her son bas
uned two bottles of Snske Oil Unlment
and one bottle of La-Cas-Ka for Rheu-
Oiatlflm. from wKlph h haa hul, .nff.Hn
for years, and he is now cured nd able
? ptriorm Mi dutiju .6he says it is the
best medicine he had evar used and has
since ordered a number of bottle for
friends and acquaintances. When 'La-Cas-Ka
Is taken Internally and 8nake Oil
tinftnent. used externally for Rheuma
tism, it will cure 90 out of 100 cases. It
hover falls to make a permanent and
eeapiate euro, i' ,
'A STRONG STATEMENTS
. An editorial slatment1 Is made in the
Oregonian this morning that th entire
city and county government la now In
the bands of bps man. "This is strong
statement to make, and le certainly
miitaken. position to assurae. Jt is not
only an ; erroneous statement .? to make,
but it Js also an Insult to the. Mayor at
tne city( the county judge and to every
official , connected with the city , and
county.; who are now. administering the
office to which the people elected them.
and ably performlng.the duties of their
Office without dictation from any man,.
. .J i. -.inn 1 1 1. , i,. tH- A - j'-;Vi-.-'
Babcock Brothers , Meet After
u.Jwenty-Rve Years": ; ;M J
A remarkably happy coincidence, oc
curred in the lobby of the Cerdray thea
ter Tuesday evening. A . gentleman In
line at the box office became Impatient
during the long wait, which appealed to
a sympathetic bystander. "Perha
will accept my tlcket-i-I do not Intc
use It," ventured the etranger.
"Whom have 1th honor to thank for
the eourtesyT" Inquired the reolpient.
hiaococK joe Babcock Is my name."'
"Babcock! . Whv that'a m v n&m.
Where are you fromf - " "
- The stranser waa amused at th earn
est and excited manner of the gentleman
caiore ,ntm, well, sir, I iett pecs liolne
Iowa,-. 26 . years-'- ago for ths East;
wnne my only brother Bill went West.
.'MCmorv had been ahaDlnr tha fcatumS
l Of a lona-souxht brother, and when th
etranger uttered the' last words ths gen
tleman fprini iotwuh wun , tne wora
"JoefyThe stranger met him half way
with "Bill!" and the brothers stood hand
in hand, after a lapse ef B year. The
theater ticket waa paaaed along and the
brother walked arm In arm back to the
hotel. They left for Seattle this morn
t journal BpecsaL Service.)
report,- without amendment, the Hepburn
mil providing for the construction ot a
trans-Isthmian canal by ths Nioarauguan
route.,,.. (.- ,. ... .. . - .
Detail Matters Brought up at
I-the Director's Meeting, ?
The Lewie and Clark director, at their
last monthly meeting, appointed a com
mittee to select a design for the stock
cerUflcatek v. '
Director Mallor suggested a large field
of Oregon's finest rosea as one of tne lead
ing features of the Exposition.
A. report was read from i Postmaster
Croaaman atntlng that th First Assistant
Postmasjer Qemral refuses the apptlcat
tion for a canceiHng stamp of the Port
land poatoRlcs to advertise the wog fair,
Senator Mitchell will take ths matter up
with the Postmaeter General, and expects
better results from that direction.
Consul H. B. Miller suaaesis that the
committee take step to arranae for a dis
play of Oregon wares at an exposition to
bs held at Osaka, Japan. In ISO.
Miss Mattlnaly asked, for permission to
dedicate a march of her own composition
to tne Liewis ana uiarn celebration.
Andrew Kan dt Co. wleh to manufacture
and put on the market a Lewis A Clark
flag, of which they wished to have exclu
sive sals. ...;..:,a ,-i.-.f '
iuaiiaauTri vtaiiig, gs rsyvsssasvise wwc aw
celved.'famong them that of Miss Edith
runes, onerm lw.wv lwis ana ciers
folders for t3o0. It was decided to pur
chase 10.009 for $35.-. -i
Ironclad agreements from transporta
tion coropanlea, hotel-keepers, etc,, to not
raise pricee; on account of the exposition,
Application irom ine Minieienai abso
2i&flon for representation on the advisory
i committee was received too late for con
sideration. 'However, the chair thought it
advisable to have ev minister on tbs ad
visory committee or on the board of di
rectors, - and the request - will receive
proper attntion. . . - -si
(Scrlppa-McRae News Association.)
MEMPHIS, Mar. ll News haa Just been
received here from Vtcksburg. that the
steamer City of Providence sank yesterday-near
Davis Bend, Mississippi.
Ths engineer, elerk, and fourteen or fif
teen negroes were arownea.
fommlttM of the Board of Trade of
Hillsboro, conslsUng of F. M. Heidi, sec
retary of the board; J. Imbreo, W. V,
Wiley, Dr. J. P. Tamlsee and John Buhte,
appeared before the City council yes-
terday in the Internet of the proposed
electrto railway between thie ' olty and
Hillsboro. . Each member of the commit
tee I spoke of the great benefits to be
drtVed from the road and . naked . tn
Council not to refuse th franchise. The
committee stated, that the right of way
naa oeen ootainea rrom Twenty-iourtn
street Into Washington County. The
matter was referred to the Street Com
mittee and the visitors wars told to have
the projector of the road come before
the Council with their proposition,
An ordinance was presented by Coun
cilman Bronaugh for the prevention of
the spread of contagious diseases, which
was referred to the Health Committee.
It is mandatory on physicians, hotel and
lodging-house keepers and Other to Im
mediately report the oreeenoe of all oer
sons affected with communicative dis
' By our method ' we
are enabled to ex-
' tract' from 1 to tt
teeth positively and
.absolutely - without
. palnor without any
.- bad after effect.
No gaa. no - chloro-
' form, no ether, - o
cocaine or svo
sloughing ' of gum.
Anything given that
should so be desired.
Nerves : devitalised
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. , til, m and m Palling Bldg,
vor. -i nuo ana v aanington st.
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(Journal Special Service.) r
WASHINQTON, March lATh move
ment for a compromise, between the Cuba
tariff reduction and beet sagar Republi
cans, -ta the House took tangible - form
. mi. . a . m
from the ways and means men. - They
offer the plan of Sibley, of Pennsylvania,
leaving M per -cent -reduction on Cuban
sugar, This reduction. Is to expire In De
cember, 1903. The committee from each
side wae appointed to fix the timefor con
ference. The beet sugar leaders are" not
eatlsfled with the plana, hit among tnelr
followers there ia a disposition ta accept'
ths terms and the solution of ahesueetion
le now nearer than at any time ilnce-the
beginning of the agitation. 1 '
i i ,
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Cause an - Indignation
Meeting at St Johns,;
St Johns ' had Its day in the County
Commissioners' . Court yesterday. ' A de
termined delegation of citlsens, repre
senting - the Bt Johns Board " of Trade,
sired a smallpox scare prevalent In the
. Bight laborers of ihe'b. R A N."'ralP
road camp located In St. John were said
to be stricken with mild caafesv of small
pox. ' The patients are accused of expos
ing everybody In th neighborhood. J"
An Indgnatoa meeting of cKlsen. was
held at St. Johns, and , ths situation was
discussed In a heated manner. The pub
lie schools were almost depleted and the
village was In a state of fear wrath. The
question of jurisdiction had been stand
ing J tbs way of action. The City
Physician claimed the pestitouse would
net take th patient for, less than SI a
day, and meanwhile ' the citlsens were
powerless to either remove the patients
or stabllsh an effective quarantine.
The Court listened attentively to the
committee and promised to have the patent-removed
to the city peathouss at
ths expense of the county, - - -
Preferred Stock Sliced
Nothing can be nicer. ' '
B.- Di Eddy, who was representative
from Tillamook at the last legislative ess
slon, passed through Portland today, on
route .home from Salem. s ...
H. T. Hebdryx of Baker City. -is In ths
city, As a promoter and, operator In
mlnee, he IS well known. -
County' Judge Gray; of .Clatsop County,
la at The Imperial.
Major Harry Reese, paymaster In Jthe
United Statee Army, at Manila, ha re
turned to Oregon. He is s native eon, and
was appointed to his position .three years
ago. Hie father, Wlllard H. Beeess, 4
one of the old pioneers of thai state,
George Beat, who has pasmsd the winter
In England, returned Monday.--His duties
ss superintendent of the Pillar Rook-Cani
nery required his presence home, JnaB
much aa th fishing Beacon- oDeni Abril It
Colonel Harrington, the general manager
of the cannery, will not return from Eng
land until later in the aeason. " - , -Henry
Rnuert. one ef the moot enthusi
astic members of ths Portland Rod und
Gun Club, has returned t ne 43eraiftn
Fatherland: He will spend tha remainder
of his days at hta old home In Necklend
burg. - Mr. Kauert is well Known here,
from his long connection with the gun
smith trade. .;
LETTER FROM DR. HOLMES.
,j It la -not a question of whether I 'can
oe cureo, .put wui nr. noimes case my
case? ,.. ,
It Is -st well-known faet that all who
receive treatment from Dr. Holmes are
greatly benefited and 63 per cent are posi
tively cure a .
- His treatment' la' wonderfully eommon
sensed and he has combined the cream
of all the drugless systema 'under the
broad name of Vital Science, and the
results are satisfactory to both patient
aft it U lU Dll.iaH '-!)'.' '..-"w. "
I advertise because It pays.
I use honesty In my work: It oav.
Consultation free. I do nor hesitate ts
reniso your rase u i tnmg nest. .,
DR. EDWIN C. HOLM E8. .
SAN FRANCISCO, March It-May
WOWd 1.X4W, - .
; t prafarfad Stock Tomatoes.
Enchlladoe 4with green pepper, ) appe-
..-iain,.r---',-.-M;--.:-'-- ?-p -
Kep aver In nlnd ihat ' the conse-
quencas cf your actiohg cannot jest
opoa'your head alobe, but 'muat
roaxh away into,te future, and taint
and embitter, the lives of the innooent
T " Always asks her grocer for j
f : JIWBO SAVON ?'
the biggest cent cake of Soap. She rets
Columbia phone MS. Oregon yhon
South S39L i
The Am eri
This is what you
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Papa GonUerieUe Siebrecht,
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I - Cor first am. Morrison Stx. k
varieties free. , .f- LAMBERSON, Portland, Oregon.
Calling your attention to the fact
&t out of every one
. tan ' alrfltlv.AM
Li ' v
EDWIN C. HOLMES
319 and 32 1 Abinton Building
Of mind and body Is revealed by a clear complexion. No' one charm pos-"
esses stronger power of attraction. Intelligent care can make the skin ex
quisite beyond comparison, ' ...
Everything unsightly, such as moles, wrinkles, superfluous hair. etc .
removed, permanently and without leaving a scar. Gray and faded hair co
rected. , Dandruff cured.. No charge for telling you how And why, Hadn't"
you bettor callT Do It nowr . . 7
N. y. Electric Theraputical Co.
WILLAMETTt TENT & AWNING
The DEST WHEELS ON EARTH
$20, $25, $30, $3S, $40. $50, $60 ;
Steam, Electric, Gasoline Automobiles' and Motor Cycles
i l forlCtsJogqa.
Fred T. t.JcrTill
- Branches: Bpokanav
- Spring I3ai
' IN THE CITY. ; :j
" Good line hats $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, -New
style' shapes and colors. You
- ave- SOg oa each orxeof. these hats .
if ypti buy of Welch. . , . r
The New Spring -Shuts
are here : ;
The $i:25 shirt Welch
sells at .,'.;..;..'.:
Th8 $1.50 kind Welch
sells at',.., I
The New Spring
Suits are here
The price is-easy. $7.45 $9.75,
$12.00, $15.00. Suits bring the ".
boys to Welch for a suit. Shoes,
suits hats shirts,' hose, jweaters,
pants , etc.y at the right price
New 30c Neckwear just In.
can Cloth 1 er
Portland, ' Oregon
But we do sell the Oest Groceries. t
Terris Delicious Bacon, one-lb cans -1
Maple Cream, Soft Shcfl Crabs IS In i
can) , Chase & Sanborn's Teas and ,
new goods todav" only, one, can td
each cash customer;v5c.
J. N. BRISTOL
292 MORRISON, beu 4 th and 5th Su.
j-' Pn1 erred Stock 8almoRi
- Canned from Royal Chinook only. "
i Loveliest on earth, A well-rooted, one yar
'plant, JOc, .Narne your choice: Maman
Cochet; White iCochet; Perle des Jardins
and Safranar , Catalog of 50,
huundred patients I
, -v , :r
CO., Front end Burnside StsT,
ARE 190 :
, Write tor Prices.
Cycle Co., Iiic.
106. 107. 10S. HI. Glxth Bt..
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