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r An Ordinance Against Sign
V;. boardsStreet Work. .
v. As ordinance tra Introduced at the ad
fowled tneetln of the City Council Utt
' V ystrday afternoon forbidding th plae
- v tar of a&jr Ufa, signboard, billboard, poa
" i tar or otnef advertising maner on my
V" public building or stdewalK, The ordi
Mnca -fra referred to tie Committee on
Streets, : The- ordinance I not complete,
i . but la Intended to brtnf up the matter
at cleaning th atreeu ant eldewalka. An
: effort rlll alao be made to rid th aide-
wtks of bicycle rut ana otner jnuia
ancea 'The penalty ia a fine of from $5
" . to $200, or Imprisonment for 60 days.
if Vnnrinn.n ftroMuirh introduced an or-
.: finance cancelling all apparent lion for
f v tags levied by the former munic-ipall-
: tie of Portland, Eat Portland,. Alblna
ana Ben wooa, aown 10 no ,. mtiumu,
v ttM fnM'ii7na nraoertv on- which
v, mil dtytaxpg hav been paid or at all bo
paid for m years uw to ww. ; i'ne crai
, aanc 'was referred to the Judiciary Com
mitt. . .
?.'V. The ordinance regulating- the plumbing,
. ventilatln and drainage of budding and
' teUHJH- rA aalaMMAa) art eT.illmhei
ra wa referred back to the flaeeJUi and
, Police Committee. il f
The matter of waking an penItur
(ot'tha PubHo Market block waa indefln
'.- ttety postponed because of the lnadvlaa
', ;blUty of aB pending the money at this time.
' ; The City 'Attorney waa instructed to
! ,eommhce proceeding against the Port
land City Oregon Railroad Company
' to compel ft toput ltt right of way at
' MUwauki and Saat Elerentb atreeta and
leewhera In order. The Council tees that
1t la" about time that this road be made
to live up to Its agreement.
) The remonatrano of J. Gaston against
,r. : -fh improvement of ao-oalled Main atreet.
- from the west Una of King's Addition to
STIng street, because some of the prop
" arty waa atlll m IHigaton, was referred
to the Judiciary Committee. ; t
X petition for construction of a sewer
- ' fn Belmont 'atreet, and a remonstrance
"' against the construction 'of ' a proposed
. sewef In aat Couch street, were referred
to the Sewer Committee, i . " t i i ..
' Petition for tha improvement f atreeta
a follow were granted:: Bast Main,
4 from JCaat ' Twelfth to Eaat Blarteentb;
. East Madison,' from East Twelfth to
East Sixteenth; Eaat Seventeenth Street,
from Division to Powell. '
." ' The City Engineer was dlracted'to pre
- pare estlmatea for the Improvement, of
. Hooker atreet, from Front to Water
fS; atreet,S: :
I' POLICE, '.RECORD!
Detectives Kerrigan and Bnow did a
v i very creditable pleee of work when they
' . bagged Frank Buah, burglar and sneak;
thlet The prisoner; eonfessea to eleven
thefts but they were so numerous that
" he cannot remember them all. - -
,r . jCyrll JWbltehouae. aon of an Sngllsb
clergyman, aged U years and an appren-
if tlce on a ship In the . harbor, stands a
: aelt-oonfeaed thief In the police court
Detective Pay and Welner arrested him
n several charges of larceny and the boy
admits soma f them. -
x Bob Young la charged by Pearl Cooper
with assault with a dangerous weapon.
The row oecurred In the North End. ,
1, Z.. Poht la under arrest for defacing
a building not his own, .
la addition to a charge of assault and
"battery, Pat Gilbert Is going to have
v Joseph Barbour and J. D. Mas6n arrested
; cor mayhem. In a three-cornered' sow at
the poorfarm,' Gilbert nearly lost a Unger,
. Frank Buah, Upon waivbig examination
t to a ' wholesale (1st of turglaries, was
hcl,d In the aum of f2S0 t6 appear before
the grand Jury. 1 1 1 -
- Frank Kelley and J. E Wright, being
t - In need of wearing apparel, grabbed two
' pair of trousers In the store of i. Morris,
v -al Third' street, yesterday and bolted for
" tha door.- They were captured.
. 'A O. G. Bhadlnger Waa arrested last night
. Stir dlaturbing a service plbe leading from
a water main. ...
: s Peter LeRock, accused of stealing 1200
from Henry Marsh, has ;obered up and
. ia put on tSOO bonds.
-: :. H is pretty' tough to ' e arrested for
f. .Mealing your own ' clothes, but that's
; 'What bappened to Charles Barlletia. a
r bu driver.-' He owed ln landlord for
A .board, and ' fearing that hla wardrobe
i v "Would be held for security, removed It.
-Charles Lawrence Is again in the tolls.
' "tbia time for stealing an overcoat from a
,- Tint street atore. . . -
Charles A.-Dupee, one of Chicago's fore-
t . fnost lawyers. Is dead; aged 71.
.' t. 'Eunique Santlbunez. for 16 years with
,(, , tha Mexican Embasvy In Washington, und
; ,v now second secretary, dropped dead In
. .. the street He was a consumptive. -1
'' Colonel Joseph A. I ubllnger, a Kuaalan
: 1 "colonel." nd alnce ISaZ a cltlsen of the
, TVnlted States. Is dead nt 8terlirtg. I1L
"jln XSSS he was captain of the vigilance
'committee In San Francisco that reatored
Jaw and prder In California.
j'" At Astoria. John Maxwell Toung, aged
' .. , a prominent member of the Order of
i. 'At -The Dalles, Lindsay McCartney,
l aged 10, only aon of Mr. und Mr. U L.
' '5 McCartney, after a prolonged illneea.
7 Jatees B. McTimmons, aged 62, ia dead
at XteUas, Polk County. Hla mother, who
'resides at MoTlmtoons Valley, survives
Peacock flour for sale at all' grocers.
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Work in Effect April 1.
The local Journeymen ,3a rbera' Colon
No. 7S has just received new cards," en
tirely different ;frt design from the old
onea They are composed of material not
easily destroyed and are enclosed In a
nat frame. ' Written "in the center are
written the Words: "Labor Omnia Vin-
, . ; : ... .
The new rules and regulations govern
ng the barbers price list and scale of
wages will go into effect April 1, and the
ahop cards will be placed on that date In
every union Shop Iq the city. They will
not be placed directly In the windows, as
tha former cards have been, but will oc
cupy conspicuous places so that they can
be easily seen from the street.
The prices adopted by the union at the
lost meeting will not effect the present
price to any, great extent, but will,
It Is Intended, make them mora uniform
throughout,. ,Tne price of hair cutting
and shaving will remain the same, but
extra work will )b charged for accord
ingly. V. t ' '
The union waW never in better condition
than at' present, and ia Increasing In
membership every week. ..It now has over.
S00 members In good standing. The union
pays 110 a -week for lck benefits, and geo
In case of death and. this liberality ac
oount, In a treat meaanre, for the lrag
membership. "'Respecting else and condi
tion, the Portland, Barbers' union Is con
sidered the best of any other similar or
ganisation In the Northwest.
The corresponding secretary of the lo
cal union la third vice president of the
International Union, and C. B, James,
treasurer f the local order, was selected
aeeratary ; of the oommlttee on barbers'
school and license at the international
convention held at Saginaw, Mich., last
October. .;..V -
The British Bark ' Brunei has arrived
from Newcastle .after a pasaage of It
days, bringing a, cargo of coal for Kerr,
Gilford V Ccx ' , ' 1 ; ' "
At Vancouver, B. C' Tuesday, Sheriff
Hall received paper libeling, the City, of
Seattle In tha aunt .of (00,000. . .
The British bark Iota and the Britiah
ship Inohcap Boo finished loading their
wheat cargoes today, and will be the last
ship In the March fleet to blear, with one
eaceptlon, . . : .' -.
A syndicate has been formed at Vic
toria, B. ,C, to float-the collier Bristol,
which' ran' on the" rock in Chatham
Sound, DlxoA Entrano. -..
The teamboat Pembrokeshlr reported
at ,Coronel Tuesday, SO days out from
the Columbia. She was seriously injured
on Sylvia de Grass Beef In January, and
some misgivings wore felt for the steam
er, a the repairs were but temporary.
The French bark Bourbakl arrived at
Queenstown Saturday, after a fast poa
sage of 117. pay from this port. She
balled from her late la November, and
but on of, the November-ships, the Cotmr
ty of Kinross, had preceded her, although
making a much slower pasage.
' The Frenoh bark . Henrlette, now dis
charging a lumber cargo at Kalniar, ias
been sold to Alaska parties, with the stip
ulation that the repair to be made on
the vessel should be completed In time for
her lo go north this season. Her cargo
will be unloaded today, andthe extent of
her damage will soon be determined. It
Is not believed that the vessel' damages
are of a serious nature. "Considering the
length of time it was submerged, the lum
ber cargo M coming out In excellent con
dition. , . ;4
The O. R. N. steamer Modoc will be
on the regular run again in a few daya
The Alaska-Portland 'Packers' Aesocla
tlon will ship a large quantity of general
freight In a few days to the coast towns
of Alaska :and also to , the Interloi. "fc
Th steam tug Sampson, which ", Jhas
been here for some time undergoing re
pairs and being overhauled, will leave
as soon' afe 'tne! i weather moderates for
Astoria to tow barges between that point
and Grays Harbor, where Hale & Kern.
Its owners, have a . 000,000 contract for
the building of Jetties.
The Dutch steamer Wilhelmlna has
been chartered 1o load; wheat at Seattle
and Tacoma by the Northwestern Ware
house Company. The rate Rhe receives
Is 47s Id, which Is somewhat higher than
the prevailing rates, :
The customs authorities at Astoria have
received permission . from the Treasury
Department to clear direct for Nuahagak
River, Alaska, the steamer North King j
and the ship C P. Sargent for the Abu-1
ka-Portland Packers' Association, and
the steamer North Star and the bark
Harry Mors for the Alaska Fishermen's
. A lot of wreckage haa lately been wash
ed aahore at. Dead Tree Point, about six
miles norm1 of Bkldgate. Queen Charlotte
lalnnds. The finding of the nameboard
of the Altavelti would seem to inaicate
that the well Vnown Norwegian ship h&s
either met with disaster or haa had a
itruifgle with the elements. Phe passed,
out to sea on the 8th of last month,
bound for Ostend, Belgium, with a cargo
The British ship Inchcape Rock haa
completed her wheat cargo and will clear
today for Algoa Bay. with 08.520 bushels
of wheat, This is the fifth Vessel to load
here for South Africa this season. The
total shipment. Including flour, to South
Africa from tha Pacific Northwest thl&
year amount to ovef 1.000,000, a great In
crease over previous season. Thla Is
partially accounted for because of the
short cror in Austmlla. By the end of
the season it is estimated that fully BOO,
bushels more of wheat wtll.be sent .to
the Can of Gjd Hope. ,H
L J . ! i I .--1 .. JL L1 I-"
273 Morrison Street.
An klderiy! mntleman.-.who appear;
a nfc coripectlyj 'indicated " him 'to "b a
xoan pt weahji ;hattded V young n a
ilbeek' a fiio(4Jii -li.;lobby!l
of a uptown! fwteU'Siefvlng bat ,U
waa drawn 'for 41,008, -friend, remaiked i
that the voungnan must have rendered j
some imporfant service to; tne Benevo
lent gentleman, X'. ; '
"He has," replied the latter. "He put
Jl.000,000 Into my pocket." r ;
"Why didn't he keep It .himself?" asked
the friend, enviously, as uch example
"Because he could not use It) thr $1,000
will be more valuable to him. I Will
t xplaln. us neither of us were actuated
by motives of generosity, 'but cold busl
niss. ; . v
"As you know, I ttn Ab president f
a corporation, which some people' call
a trust, that Is one of the largest ad
vertlsers In the world, ; a we k spend
thousands yes, hundred .-of i' thousands
-ot dollars a year In letting the people
know just what they must bave what
ever else they don't have. . . k
"We believe In advertising, and this
young man knows It, and has prontea
accordingly. He came to me today, ea
we were utter strangers, and asked ine
if I would pay, him H,oqo for anJdea on
advertlsina our aood. I did not try t
beat him down to $1W, a good figure for
m Idea, but promptly told him that I
would gladly pay bis price If. upon com
municating to me the idea, I considered.
If worth what he demanded; "Otherwise
I . would pay him what I, and not he,
considered It worth.
"Tp this he readily assented, and In
an hour's talk he explained to m the
bi Ightest Idea on advertising I have ever
received out of thousand of Suggestions.
We will make over fl.000,000 profit Inside
6T a yeai on Increased bale and perma
nent buainea retained, Bot you see, his
price was cheap,
"Fortuhea have been mode In business
by the advertising of a single sugges
tion In such a manner that the public
see it out of the great Jnasa of printed
matter going through their hands, and
this tide of advertisement flow so rap
idly that there must be something above
another which attracts public attention.
This 'something, was what that bright
young man gave to.' me, and I ani very
much obliged to him.'' Washington Star.
ONE ON HERR PABSIi
This is not an actor story, but as ho
Thespian br theatrical manager t of any
variety or stripe waa Invited to the cele
brated "Aristocracy of ! Brain'' . iuncb
eon which" wa given to; Prince Henry,
It 1 only natural that they. In common
with the rest of the world, should want
to haar all they can about it, .,
It happened, a is frequently' the cs
cn state occasions,' that; men who hadn't
a subject or taste in common War seat
ed next tp each other. One gentleman,
who found himself In this predicament,
was Mr. Pabat, the famous Milwaukee
brewer. On one side of him was a great
architect, on the other; a great civil en
gineer. Conversation, except in the im
mediate vicinity of th prince, had come
almost to a standstill. The gorgeous ta
ble ' decoration of iblsi. most sumptuous
of all luncheon had dammed the flow 'ot
persiflage. Suddenly, high - above
lull, almost as high, in fact as the
Broadway building Which bear his
name, came the voice of Mr. Pabst, re'
marking: "I'll tell you, the . real goot
lunch crackers and cheese mit blenty of
goot beer." New Tork Sun.
SMALLPOX MADE A MAN OF HIM
George Welsh had degenerated Into a
hobo, dirty, ragged, homeless and lndif
ferpnt to his fate. Society' hand wo
turned against him, and he saw nothing
in store for him but a miserable exist
ence and a pauperVgrave.
Passing from Jail to jail he served a
short term for vagrancy in. Mount Hol
ly, and when released drafted to Cam
den, wherehe applied for a night's lodg
ing in tha "tramp-cellarV at the city hall.
The doorman noticed a alight rash on the
hobo's face. He had contracted smallpox
In the Mount Holly Jail. He was hurried
to Camden's Isolation hospital.
It proved to be a light case and Welsh
was soon ' set to work serving the other
patients. He wa obliging and willing to
work, and after his -oonvaleacenc the
medical inspector employed tilm at 15 a
week as a laborer. We,lsh ticks at his
work, and has not drawn, any pay1 since
he was put on the ' salary , Mst several
weeks ago. . .-v'fV '"-'"'l "?
"I want to ntay here a long as I can,'
he says. . "This . is the first steady Job
t v hail in vears. HmallDOX ha been the
making of tine. I'm through with the life
of a vagrant." .
Dr. J. F. Leavltt. the. medical Inspector,
say Welsh Is tjhe best laborer they have
had at the hospltaL-Phlladelphla Even
ing Telegram. ,.
Guard Now, then, Miss, get In quick.
please. The train Is Just going to atartl
Young Lady--But I want to give my
plsterlft klsa. '? ,
Guard Get In, I'll ee to that. TId-Blts.
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LIKE FINDING MONEY.
The. trading checka In the advertise
ments of. The journal are ' line nnains
money. Have you seen them? , . . '
Jlllll lILI,ll,IHU mil U 1II.1UI .1.1,,
By- our 'method we
are - enabled to ex""
: tract from 1 to SJ
teeth positively and
pm or without any.
bad - after" effects. -No
gas, nd ' chloro-.'-
form, no ether, no
cocaine . or - no
aloughlng of. gums.
'Anything given that
should so be desired. '.
Nerves devitalised -without
J09 ill. m and iM railing Bidg.
Tjiiregirrienf inspection and
r Frdni i theU omeVt that Adjutant
Jtor. took charge the regimental
forMaildn and turned It over to Colonel
Eyret,t at tberNatfamal Guard armory
last evening, everything went atong who
vim and mllitairV 'nreclalon, and tWb
quarterly Inspection and muster of th
Third Regiment wa a grand aucces.
The magnificent music by the regimen-
tal band wa one of the finest feature
of the occasion, and the bugling wa a
dream whose echoe . lingered lbvlngry
throuahout. the furtheat receaae of th
vast drill halL . ' "' '
Th veteran. Colonel Jordan, made the
InapMtloft ftouftd with aimot as Wprtn
gy a step as when he was In the active
bervlee of : hi country years ago, , ana
Colonel Jackson was there, because th
old 'trooper Instinct Sfould not let hinj
stay away- when any military doing s
wera.on..' ' T - -';
The battalion movements and regimen
tal formations were all very cleverly ex
ecuted, and phowedrfhat the cltlsen-sol-dlers
have been keeping up their ven
inr drills wltn, areat regnlarlty-ln -fact;
1 with-, greater regularity -than they;.-gen
eeally get credit for. ' " , '..
After the two hours' manoiuver"wr
completed the member of the. regiment
inrited the large audience to the enjoy
ment of thr "dance, and an Immense
concourse acpepted. Armorer McCormlck
had th large hall beautifully decorated
for the -occasion. . Evergreen garland
and strings of Oregon grape and flag,
festoon and treamers suspended from
the girder gave tasteful color effecta
Th battery of artillery will have it
inspection and muster at the armory on
Friday, evening, when some Uvelyrman
oeuvers may' be looked for. The horse
on th dead run will be missed, and the
gun-carriages taking high Jumps oyer
log and fence and bucking erf spar
wheel Witt nt b there, but tbere may
be practlc volley by the datllng and
other stirring, features.
. GREAT GLOVE SALE. .
First ahlpment of LadU' Kid Gloves
vef- ielvd at . this port direct frdm
Grenoble, France.. You can bava whole
aalef' and ill middlemen's broflts-a w
Hfltidt" the gloves o. small comrtils
Won, 4 Reguiar,L75 and ta.00 Glove. l
be 11.46 i.S5 and gl.60 glove, .lfl, and
OUt .JUadet at 5c pair. , .Cannot; b
tnstcjied fdf i.2l Misses' Kid. Glove.
6doj 750. Bargain Counter Gloves, 69c
. McAttttN it McDonnell. ,
Glav Plttd. Cor. 3rd it Morrison..
, Good rain are reported in the Dakdtaa,
Minnesota, Illinois and Wisconsin, and
clear weather with moderately tram
temperature In Kansas,' Nebraska and
Iowa. There ha been no rain of conse
quence during tha last' 24 hours in the
State west of tha Rocky Mountains.
It is slightly warmer In Oregon and
Southern Idaho and the condition In the
North Pacific State are becoming more
gettled and favorable for a short spell
of fair weather.
There will probably be light frosts to
night in exposed places In Oregon, Wash
ington and Idaho, -r ' ,
No barf report was received; line not
Albert Hutching has left for Seattle,
where he haa accepted a position with
the Pacific States Telephone Company.
Among the visitor to the city none are
more welcome than Ralph' K. Lee, now
connected with th fJnldn Fish Company
of San Francisco," but who formerly lived
in Portland, He was busy til day today
shaking hands with his numerous friends.
He was one of the). most prominent base
ball players here Jn the '80s, an athlete
and an all-rouni favorite. He M also "an
ex-member of Cqrhpany j3. While living
here Mr. Lee was at onetime connected
with the Pacific Metal Works.
C. H. Frye of Seattle, the well-known
packing house mo n, was in the city yes
The Columbia, Telephone Co. has It
printing done In Portland.- Are union
men sure others do? ; ; ;
Custodian K U Hawkns has addeA two
artisticaUy moufnted Alaskan ptarmigans,
birds belonging to'jthe grouse family, to
the city museum, .tThey were loaned to
the museum by , A Sutherland, who
procured the bird, at' Cape Nome. CoU
Hawkins has attached JO them the fol
lowing descriptive sketch: ' ' V
"Nature Is wonderfully kind to me She
gives me a white coat in winter and a
dark i:oat In summer. 0 that -the wild
beasts cannot readiiy find me. She also
glv,es me warm,' heavy stocking to keep
my feet and legs warm in winter, and In
summer she make them thinner. W
thoroughly, appreciate all these many
gifts from mother .nature.' C . : ': ' 1 "
The ptarmigans are said to be good eat
ing and are feund In arf .number In
Alaska... . .. Si.'-'-Si:i')'::l
Columbia pbone tSS. Oregon phon
'' ,.. South 829b ...rvcw
THE DAUER THEATRE
t V. 1 George L. "Baker, Aa'nager, i
Pbnea Ormoa 1078: Columbia 606.
t f Another Irt aiMrttMt atffBit :.rv
Polite and Beflaed yiiWavine .QreifJ
Not th Big Acta and' tU Tim They
Lno ; Btl-M-Inv ;&;;j
Wm. (Walton ............................. 8:45
Lynn Ik .Kennedy .......... .v.. ...,t.. -84
Frank Bacon Co.
O'Brien, Jennings and O'Brien...,
Clari O'Moor .... .T...K. J,
ns uresi JLruny fe ni wrens. v- tSJiJir-
varter ana inornnm .-.'.(jK.y...,ii
u Th-Sensation of th Ilour-r ;
Th Great Cycle Whirl Vfji
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Price, matinees .................. .10 15 23
K vening ..a ............. J5-25 SS W
Mr. Ben Stern presents
And her excellent compa
by. Thursday and Friday
nights, - March' IJ-18, in
; "LA MADELEINE." '
-Saturday rnatlnea and
night, ' "JANICE MERE
FREDERICKSBURG MUSIC HALL
? Seventh and Alder Streets. ,
FLYNN'8 LONDON GAIETY GIRL8
- -..!. '.:- .presenting
PA Night In a Turklih Harem"
ih-jii ;, i Introducing ' . .
LITTLE EGYPT - ,
'., In her sensational dance. v--General
admission,, free, ,-,, ,
CONCERT EVERY NIGHT
' 242-248 Burnslde. ' '
Gentlemen's Resort -'
. Goodnough building, 16S and
y f .iuDin sweet uppoaite post- ;.
OniCe. ; I-.'-", , . ,. .
Cord Lunches. Schlitz beer on draught
. When mixing mustard for table us.
Use milk instead of water, and half a
teaspoonful of salt. It may then be Used
to the last Without becoming hard.
When 'visiting a sick room, It In .a per
spiration, never remain any length , of
time, as th body In cooling Is likely to
absorb, the infection. If the complaint
ls.of a contagious nature do not enter
the room with an empty stomach, and in
attending a alck person never stand be1
ta'een the Invalid and the Are there may
be lit th room, as the heat ha a -tend.
enoy to draw the Infection-laiden air 1
tnat mrection. 1
, To render shoes waterproof warm some
beeswa and mutton sues until It is
liquid and; rub (ome of It slightly over
th edge of the sole where the stitches
If the whites of egg froth slowly when
boating dust In a dash of salt.
If - copper or brags is very dirty put
some fine salt on a board, dip into a cut
lemon and rub the metal with It, The
strong acid will remove the worst stain.
To sweeten rancid -butter first melt and
cklra It, then put it Into a piece of Well
toasted but not burnt bread. In a few
minutes the butter. will lose it soffenslve
tasttt and smell, which the toast will have
A mixture recommended as a strength
renewer I made by ilmmerlng a quarter
of On ounce of Islnglaaa In a pint of new
milk until It Is reduced a third. Sweeten
and flavor to taste; - . .
A very hot Iron should never be used
for. flannels or woolen. 'v iiv " '
T.o prepare suet for keeplngxut.lt. Into
small cubes and then set therein a per
fectly clean saucepan, containing cold
water to the depth of an Inch. . Cook ou
the stove, stirring gonstantly. t until all
r dissolved and only Uttle brown pieces
of skin are- left ot the suet. . Keep tne
cover on the pan 4urln the? process ;and
take the greatest care that the fat does
not , burn" or take color.'1 Strain oil
through muslin Into pots of tins and
"eover'Wh paper until needed. 1
To " prevent sausage . burnting when
cooknlsr, put tbem into a saucepan, cover
theni with 'cold water' and brlnsr thla to
a. boll,, after which take, them out and
fry them In .the usual way. This, It la
said, will not. only prevent the sausages
bursting, but will improva'lthelr flavor.
Silk 'Should not be packed away n
white paper, . as the . chemicals used In
blenching; It are apt to destroy the colors
of soma Silks. Blue paper is best. ;
t 'y ' 1 " " , . ,
THE OLD MAN'S ADVANTAGES
A man past SO can do with less sleep
than younger men. He can endure great
er steady and prolonged strain. He can
bear; hla burden day after day' with less
need of recreation. . The young man
can ''sprint," but he can't "stay" like
tha than- with brain grown iron and
nerve steel by many years of training.
Elderly men-are Iesa: temijtaile.-- Thty
are of fixed moral habit. Appetite and
passion are under contrpl. For fcetter or
tor worse they are a calculable quantity,
.With alight variations to be taken Into
account, ''V-v."'-' '
' Elderly men are more loyal as friends
If they are friends.,' Their-attachment
to a cause or a commercial house Is less'
changeable. They have,- moreover," given
bonds for good behavior In the persons
E, U. PHILLIPS, Pres.
Will Trade Yon
.-' .. MB I J IvCJ TT ULtl I -tJS rjl0KIIU . VII r OVU Hcff OUIL3 .
i) .vi .'"V-for: Men
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CASSIMERES, WORSTEDS, SERGES
' ' OOM'T MISS OUR NEW
Corrler First and Morrison
'.'M w it am r .1 i r in si ill a v a
Bahfieid-Veysey Fuel Col
Get your orders in early and give your wood
, .a chance to dry.
Offica: No. 80 Thfrd Street.
Ore. Phone, Main 353. Columbia,
WILLAMETTE TEtyT & AWNING
ifrown fkmllies whose, respect is to
them dearer than Uf. They t know the
4aifflculty of repairing mlsttLkes.
7 JKWerly men actually, have Experience,
,f he .older man beat reads character. He
Is the wisest' to select agents,
'?(Anv'old colored preacher- wa '; telling
his congregation that at ter death they
would probably go to the moon.. After
meeting one ot the best . Informed ot
the brethren? ald to him. . X
' "Br'er Jlnklns, don't you know, dat de
htbon Is col' es loe, 'en jXn't got no Are
'tail in it?" . ' -
"Br'er, Thomas,"' replied the parson,
"it hit' Are you a-wantln',.des keep on
in de way you gwina.en you can't miss
it" Atlanta Constitution. ., '
i' DEATHS, v
KILBOURNE-At the residence of her
daughter. Mm. J. 8, , aaff,'Mendota,
Wash;, March 25, 1902, Elisabeth K1I
bourne; aged 81 years, Btaontha' Av '.
The Edward Holmait Vndviak
las Co funeral dlreotors and in
Valtaara. 280 Yamhill. (Fo4 SOT.
- Otto 'Schumann,? monumental and
building work; 204 Third' St,', Esti
mates on first class work -only.;- .
J. P, Fin ley & Son, Undertakers
and Embalmers. Third and Jefferson
streets, do first-class work and deal
honorably with all. 1 i .
'Get your Title Inaurance and Abstracts
to Real! Estate from the Title Ouarante
& Trust Co., Chamber pf Commeroe. - - -
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AND SQUARE CUTS
500 Boys' New
.. Suits -
. Bring the boys to WELCH." The'H
j Suits are lught? tbe Price is Jay
, . Boys' Knee Pants Suits, : ; ;
$1.35 to $7.50 Suit , '
' . Boy long Pants Suits. V
t -f . $3.50 to $15 Suit .h
i - MEN'S NDV SHIRTS v;;;
'.. Great variety of pattern andfatKiV
- ;J w : .rtcs of flje 1JWV "
HATS, $1.00 TO $3.50
Sts., ' PORTLAND, OREGON
FLY TIME IS CODING
House CieanlQ is upon yon
We can help yoa In this
with our weu-selecte4 Wall
Paper hi all grades. . k
pAinwMPfit iwm 'ID Tlilli
E. H. M00RH0USE& CO. N
Art Store, 30? Washington St.
: f- .
CO., front and Burnside Sts.
The Portland Kennel
April 16th to 19th "A
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' Fred Mansell, Es4 of .London ;k A 4
A. tit .11 i -1
mil juuyti an uaiicn t
1 ENTER TOUR DOQ8. 1 .
ENTRIES CLOSE A WOT 0th,!4
Many beautiful silver cud enA
hundreds-, of other yaluabla priaa
will be awarded. v ' - :? .1 'r'.
Premium list containing full par-
: tlcular for ' Intending: .exhibitor,
nd entry blanks can pe had n'
. application to the Secretary.
WRITE FOR THEM AT. ONCB
and make your entries early, ,..'
W. Wv PEASLEE, Secretary
- Room 453 Sherlock Bldg,, ,
Srd and Oak sts.
Read The Journal
C. A. PAftTLOW, 8ec and Trtat. 1
Our Agents ;
" Will Call and Examine
Your IYunk, or
Phone us, Red 1821
in - a-.
31SOSTTO. Opposite POSTTOFmCIt
Cor. Thid' ana wasningion- sis.
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