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THE OREGfcXST DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 2. 1904.
Items of Local Interest for Busy
$780 in realty will be given away the
Utb. day o Janutery, at Estacada. Every
person present that day will have a
. chance to secure a residence or business
lot freewithout Investing" , a single
'penny. The parties who are successful
: in this free gift of a homeslte will re-
celve a warranty deed from the Oregon
Water Power Townsite Co. before leav
, Inn the city of Estacada. on the day of
sal.- The distribution of free lots will
v be conducted by a committee which will
be selected by all parties present Come
Vo the big lot sale and help make Esta
cada the second metropolis of the "West
Trains leave First and Alder atreets at
7:40 and 9 o'clock, m. on the 12th day
,:' of January. Round trip excursion fare
I IS cents,: .- yyr;; ' ':';;' ::rc''-.lf'f-'-
Officers of Fidelity lodge, "No. 14, pegree
- of Honor, have been elected for the en-
suing year and will be installed Jointly
- with the officers of Fidelity lodge No. 4,
A. O. U. W., on January 7. The new
officers of the Degree of Honor lodge
are: Mae Gifford, chief of honor: Celes
tlna Mat bolt, lady of honor; Margaret
Heed, C. of C; Minnie Hill, recorder;
. Edna, Routledge,- financier; Mattle Llv
. Ingstonc, receiver; Nora Card, usher j
..Frances Camp, inside watchman; Frank
'Fox, outside watchman; Sophia Funk,
. musician . . .
: The thirty-third anniversary of the is
suance 'of the emancipation proclama
tion by President Lincoln was celebrat
ed by . the colored cltlsens of Portland
with appropriate exercises at the Afri
can Methodist Episcopal Zlon church,
. corner of Thirteen and Main streets, last
night The exercises were largely at
tended. An excellent musical programme
was rendered, and an Interesting address
was delivered by Deputy City Attorney J.
P. Kavanaugh, who was introduced to
V the audience by McCants Stewart, the
young colored attorney. , ' -.
Hilarious revelers were careless with
j their revolvers whenNthe New Year was
born and the daughter of A. N. Cooper,
209 Clay street hadva narrow escape.
, A crowd of men tired 'a fusilade of ahots
. as they passed the Cooper residenoe and
one of the bullets crashed through a
window, , imbedding itself in the wall
-back of the bed where lay Miss Cooper.
The bullet passed dangerously near he.
The police have no trace of the person
, who fired the shot ,
Good progress is being made on the
construction of the Sellwood ferry by
Contractor , Ben. Smith. The frame is
about two thirds completed and work
would have been much more advanced had
, not some delay been Incurred in securing
natural crooks. With the best of luck
it Is not thought that the ferry can be
completed before the latter part of
" March. -, ' .
P. T. Nelson, an experienced optician
and watchmaker, has purchased the busi
ness of the Phillips Bros., opticians.
-White. Sewing Machlno office, Sixth and
Alder, and from this time on will hp
prepared to attend to alt business In his
line. Mr. Nelson has had large expert
' ence. and any work entrusted to hlra Is
sure to.be faithfully executed.
" While turning a 'corner at Thirteenth
and Morrison streets last night Walter
Munroe, a messenger for the City Mes
senger company, was thrown to the pave
' ment by the breaking of his bicycle, lie
was rendered unconscious for a time and
the attending surgeon found that his
nose was broken and his face was badly
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Violet Oats fure "that tired feeling."
This Is the purest food ever taken into
the human stomach. Violet Oats food is
made In Portland, of selected oats, thor
oughly polished before, crushing, and
contains no Impurities of any kind. White
House Cook Book coupons In every pack'
age. A book to every 20 packages.
If you enjoy reading a good story and
do not like the Idea of paying as high as
f 1.60 for the current novels you now can
get. at EWIngs Book Store, Fourth and
Yamhill, your choice of hundreds of the
. vi jr own oi receni novels, not lu is
sues, at 75c a book, one half usual price.
. Mrs. li. H. Hart, the renowned drug
less doctor, has returned to the city
from her holiday vacation and la pre
pared to attend to the wants of her
patients -once more. She la greatly re
freshed from her outing,
Place of amusement the Arcade thea-
' 'tre. ..
Street number 330 Washington.
Hours of performance 3 to 10 p. m,
The day Sunday.'
Open every Uoy In the week.
Furniture packing, making It ready for
shipment, attended to by Charles E. Wal-
born, 284 Second street, near Jefferson,
Also upholstering, furniture repairing
ana renmsmng. - uxact estimates given
Phone Hood 1877. ; v
A free stereoptlcon lecture upon "China
end the Chinese" will be given at the
Men's Resort. 86 North Sixth street, this
evening by the Rev. W. S. Holt, for
many years a missionary In China.
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Time trains will leave First and AI
der street for Estacada, the day set for
the auction sale of lota of the new city.
, First train. 7:40 a. m. and second train
at a. m. , '
'"Nothing is too rood for the DUblltf
i Is" what the Arcade manager says, and
; backs it up with the goods. Open Sun
days from 3 to 10 p. m continuously.
Steam boiler insurance covers damage
. to boiler, property and for Iniurlei
Campbell Rogers, 251 Wssblngtoa
Fine day! Buy Meredith's umbrellas,
Repairing and recovering. Two Btores
Washington and 6th, Morrison and 6th,
Steamers for The Dalles will leave
Alder-street wharf 7 a. m. dally (except
Sunday), pnona Mam 14.
, Plate glass Insurance against break
sge, Maryland Casualty Company. 3(1
Portland Club.' 180- Fifth street.
MANN & BEACH
92 Second Street
' Ground Floor
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The Italian ahip Cresslngton, which
arrived" In port yesterday morning is
discharging general cargo at Columbia
dock No., 1. It consists of about 1,800
tans f merchandise, which was. brought
from Antwerp. ''''.'; - -; -' '.
The Cresslngton was Us days mak
ing the voyage from the European port
to X,oa Angeles, where a portion of the
eargo was discharged, Before the Cal
ifornia nort was reached Cantata Pelsgro
Maesa,. piaster of the vessel, and, four
members eftho crew were down witn
scurvy and a wild rm of the dropsy.
Although they are able to be about they
have pot fully raoovored from the sick
ness, The scurvy Is supposed to- have
bean eaused by an insufficient variety
of food, particularly vegetables,
Marine man say tuore; ia no excuse
that can be offered for the existence of
scurvy on board a ship in this age of
the world, ; It belongs to a, period of
about e years ago, it is explained, be
fere canned goods of all kinds were
upon the market, These authorities ex
press It as their opinion that the crew
en the Cresslngton must have ocn sub
sisting nearly altogether upon salt meat
er they never would have been afflicted
with the dread malady.
C V ' Ooatraxr Winds, ;
Offieera ef the Cresslngton state that
the Jong passage was mainly due to a
sueeession of calms, followed by ad
verse winds, Fifteen daya were oon
aumed In rounding Cape Horn, unfavor
able weather being experlenoed, , From
pert J-.es Angeles to the mouth of the
Columbia river the pasaage was com
pleted in 14 days,
Theresslngton la a large carrier of
MIS net registered tans. Until eight
months aaro she was flying the British
flag, and this I bar first trtp under
the Italian osiers, Ihe litll retains her
Bnglish name, She has a orcw of 34
men, all from the sunny land of poetry
and seeY California's balmy njlme
seemed te appeal to two former mem
bers of the ere W, and they decided to re
main without asking the captain's per
xvobbasb almost 11,000,000 nr isos
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During Ihe year of 1803 the city reve.
nuea were nearly double the amount
receipted for during 1803, Jn that year
the reeelpta aggregated 8943.147.70,
while n 1903 the amount was 31.879,
187.08, which is an lncreaae of 918,.
033,88, . :
The money . received for . atreet - im
provements was nearly five times
greater than in 1808, the total being
8443,888.43, In the previous year the
total, waa but 188,758.88.
A list of the balances on hand In the
varloua departments, with comparative
figures for 1902, is as follows:
t 1P02, "' 1003
Oenwal fund, .833.PT7.84 ' fl.l.WTJ
rirn Mpiromm lunu,,.. b.xxt.th hi.iiht.ih
Pnllr d-prtment fund.. ,e08.91 - 17.8(18.83
Bonded IndxbtedMai la-
Urwt fuud 88.4IB.M 98.848.40
T,l(ht fund 6.IMS.24 )8,T2ft.0S
BtrMt rspalr fund S.AM.M 1T.4U8.S0
OF NORTHWEST FAIR
The pldneer among private promoters
of the Lewis and Clark fair appeared
today In the form of a handsome and
comprehensive almanac published by the
local . firm of druggists, Woodard &
The almanac is a Portland production
from start to finish and is the first of
the kind to be published In this city,
or, In fact In the Northwest
It is worthy of preservation as an
historical pamphlet It contains many
dates and items of Interest, which were
furnished by Mr. HImes of the His
torical society. It contains' the his
torical points and valuable events of
the history of the state of Oregon and
city of Portland.
Valuable reclpea for cooking, candy
making, always of Interest to the house
wife, are found there.
The pamphlet marks the progress of
the city and will do much to advertise
It at the coming exposition.
palatable lunch served every evening
from 8 until 11 p. m
Five-dollar cash prize waits at Arlon
hall Wednesday evening, January 8.
Admission 28 cents.
Free Vlavl Health Talks, Thursday,
3:30, Lewis building. Ladles Invited.
" Alblna people, get photos at Thwaltes',
808 Williams ave. Cabinets 33.50 doien.
. Good eating and a pleasant disposi
tion go hand in hand. The Savoy.
E. H. Moorehouse & Co., at Seventh
and Alder. Telephone Main 1343.
Our eating Is all that Is desirable. The
Savoy, Opposite old postofflce.
The Arcade Is open Sundays from 2
until 10 p. m., continuously.
Ansley, printer. Centennial envelopes.
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Dr. Amos, surgeon. Dekura building.
Olympto Pancakes eaten as toast
Arcade Sunday, 3 to 10 p. m.
, Albert E. Cohen, a Pendleton merchant,
accompanied by his brother, J. Jesse
Cohen, of Victoria. B. C. Is registered at
E, B. Tongue of Hlllsboro la In Port
land., Mr. Tongue Is practicing law. .
Dr. R. L. Bylee of Lewlstown, Mont.,
Is at the- Perkins. : "f-.
Ur, and Mrs. J. B. Morris of Lewlston,
Idaho, are registered et Uijs Imperial.
Mrs.' Mary Phelps Mentgomsry left
this morning for Washington. 1. C to
be absent six week or two months ,
MAY BE SAVED
A Saving of from $113 to
$212 to Each Buyer Who
Joins Piano Buy
The Chlckering, Weber, Kimball,
Hobart M. Cable, Vose, Lester,
Pease Schumann nilton,
Baus, Becker Bros,, Weser,
Bailey, Brinkerhoff, and Doz
ens o! Other Fine Pianos Are
Included. ' , ' '
' It is impossible to give the. prices at
which all these pianoe can be secured
by taking advantage of the Piano Club
way of buying. Each club is limited
to six carloads of pianos, and each
member gets his' piano at wholesale,, the
club standing In ihe same position as -a
dealer would who purchased an hundred
pianos.'; , '.. ,v
Pianos which sell ordinarily for $225,
8250, 3278 and $300, can be had by
joifring this club for 3118, 3137, up to
3164 and (178. Payments f 5 down and
31,. 25 a week. ' i
A little higher claaa and more elabor
ately flnlahed pianos, for an Initial pay
ment of 36, and 91.60 a week. .
Pianos included In this club are
among the very highest grades, but the.
payment Is only 312 down and $2 a
Exceedingly choice and most costly
pianos, that will last and be a satisfac
tion for generations. Initial payment
320 down and 32.50 a,, week.
The very highest grade pianos, includ
ing grands and baby grands of the re
nowned Chlckerlng, Weber and Kimball
makes. Initial payment 325 down, bal
ance to be arranged to suit customers,
but to be paid within two years,
Two Organ Clubs are now in readi
ness. In these are included our entire
line of elegant organs, such as the well
Known and popular Crown, the Burdette,
the Kimball and the Pacific Queen, all
in the very latest styles.
Members of this club secure a fine,
new organ by paying 33 down and finish
their .payments in weekly Installments
of only 60 cents.
The orcans in this club may be pur
chased by paying only 95 down, and tlio
small sum of 31 a week, or 34 a month.
Delivery In every case, whether plan )
or organ, is mane immediately upon nrsi
payment, tsvery instrument xuuy guar
anteed and money back In every in-
stance where there is not perfect satla
You had better take up the matter
of joining one of these clubs at once
ii you are witnout an instrument, rne
collection now. both of pianos and or
gans; is exceedingly choice, and an
other such opportunity of selection will
not be soon again offered the people of
this country, when the present clubs are
full. In 1888, when this plan, of piano
selling was introduced by us for the
first time in the West, every club was
filled within five weeks, and from the
rapidity with which people are taking
aavamage oi me present opportunity
the indications are that present clubs
are- going to beat this record.- Out of
town tetters anu inquiries Dy teiegrapn
or teiepnone promptly ana ruily an
swered. Eilers Piano House. No. 3E1 Washing
ton street, corner Park. Portland. Or
The biggest best and busiest piano
concern on the Pacific Coast
Large stores also, San Francisco am)
sacramento, cai.; spoaane ana Seattle,
VERY RAPID RISE
OF L. F. LOREE
From advices received st the local
Rock Island office the installation of
L. F. Lores as president of the system
was not due entirely to the 111 health
of .W. B, Leeds, the former incumbent
It appears that during the last year Mr.
Leeds' -inability to work has thrown
most of the active administration of
affairs on the shoulders of Vice-Presi
dent Warren. Warren'a management it
is said, was not in entire eccord wlt.t
President Yoakum of the 'Frisco line,
which was absorbed by the Rock Island.
The rise of Lore has been phenom
enal, even In the record of American
railroading. He lsbut 46 years of .age
and a few years ago was a petty of
ficial on the Pennsylvania system.
Through hard work he rose to the posi
tion of fourth vice-president on this sys
tem and some three years ago waa
chosen president of the Baltimore &
Ohio road, At the time of his election
to the Rock Island presidency he was
president of the American Railroad as
sociation which, office he still retains.
Astoria, Jan. 2. Condition of the bar
at 8 a. m., smooth! wind, east; weather,
foggy: " '. .
Astoria, Xm 1, Arrived at 11 a. m.
Schooner GTendalo, from San Francisco.
Arrived Steamer Elmore, from Urn
San . Francisco, Jan. 1. Sailed
Schooner Garden City, for Columbia
river. -."' ', -: . - . -
Prof Mior Baton's Dancing Behoof
Classes Monday and Thursday even
ings at Arion Hall. Beginners taken at
any time. Five assistant teachers. Pri
vate lessons daily, at hall. Phone West
Marquam Grand Theatre
' W. T. PAKGLK. Resident Mingr.
. - j I.mt Prrformanen Tonlrht.
TUB MUSICAL COMKDX,
FOXY a RANDPA
ToBlght at ":1S e'etoelt,
Prices 31. 60. 31.00. 75c, 60c, 3fic and 28c
. Arcade Theatre
330 WaiblDfton, between 8tk and 7th. .
' AMtSEMENT PARLORN
Opn From 10 a. m. 'to 11 p. m.
P1VR SHOWS DAILY 3:80. 8:30, 7:30, 8:84
ana y:ou. y
ADMISSION JOe TO ANY 8EAt.
lOMEltt fcVERV NIOllT ,
- . 242-318 BUKKSlDIk
AT THE iP
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St. Mark's Corner of Nineteenth and
Qulmby streetB, Rev. J. E. H, Simpson,
rector. Holy communion, 8 a. m.;
holy communion and sermon, 11 a. m.',
evensong and sermon. 7:30 p. m. t :..
Trinity chapel Nineteenth street, near
Washington, Rev. A. A- Morrison. Holy
communion, 8 a. m.; Litany, serraon and
holy communion, 11 a. jn.i,.. evening
prayer and sermon. 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
school, 0:30 a.- m. -
Church of - the Good Shepherd Cor
ner Vancouver avenue 'and Sellwood
street.; Morning sermon and holy com
munlon, 11 o clock; evening service,
7:80! Sunday school. 1 r, m. "
St John's Memorial, Sellwood Holy
communion, 10 a. in.; Sunday school,
11 a. m.; evening service and sermon,
: St David's East Twelfth and Bel
mont streets, George B. Van Waters,
D, D., rector, Holy communion, 8 a,
m.1 holy communion and. sermon, 11
a. m.; the 11 o'clock service will be the
anniversary of the opening of the new
church. . Tire rector will make an ad
dress reviewing, the work of the past
year. Evening service, 7:80 o'clock.
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St. James' Comer West Park and
Jefferson streets. Rev. 3. A. Leas. Serv
ices, 11:30 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; Bun
day school. 10 a. ra.; Luther league,
8:45 p. m.
1C. 31. 8JOT7TX.
First 171 H Second street Rev. B
H. Moras. Prearhlnar hv h miino
10:30 a. m.i subject, "SaUn, His Origin,
strengtn, ana tne fower necessary to
Overcome Him." Sunday school, 11:30
First Twenty-third street near Irv
ing. Services will be held at 11 and
8, the subject "Life." Children's Sun
day school, 12:10.
First East Eighth and East Couch
Streets, Rev. W. F. Small, pastor. Serv
ices at 11 a. m., with sermon on "Ring
in the New." Sunday school at 13:16
Sellwood 8ermon 11 a. m. on "Sub
mission to the Will of God;" following
the sermon roll-call of members; Junior
League, 3 p. m.; Kpworth League, 8:45
p. m.; preaching, 7:30 p. m.; these ser
vices will be of special Interest All
Invited to attend. Members specially
urged to be present.
First Free 333 East Ninth street
corner Mill street. Preaching at 11 a.
m. by Rev. W. Pearce, followed by the
sacrament of the Lord's supper. Lovo
feast at 10 a. m.
Sunnyslde East Thirty-fifth and
Yamhill atreets. Rev. W. H. Sellers
11 a. m., "A Moth for the New 'tea,,'
7:30 p. m.. "Redeeming the Time." yhe
pastor will lead the league at 6:30, sub
ject, "The Kind of Growth I Need for
1804." Bible school, 10 a. m. ,
First Corner Taylor and Third
streets; holy communion service, 10:30 a.
m.; Dr. Rockwell, presiding elder. In
charge; morning classes .meet 3:80 and
10 o'clock; Sunday : School, 13:16; Ep
worth League 8:30 p. m.; at 7:30 p. m..
Dr. Coleman, president Willamette Uni
versity, will preach. :
Centenary East Ninth and Price
streets. Rev. W. B. HolllngBhead, pastor.
Love feast, 9:30 a. m.; communion serv
ice and Installation of Sunday school
officers, 10:30 a. rn.; New Tear'a ser
mon, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school, 12:16
p. m.; Junior league, 4 p.m.; Epworth
league, 8:16 p. m. .
First Madison and Park streets.
Rev. E. L. House, D. D., paator; preach
ing at 10:30 a. m., "New Year's
Thoughts;" 8unday school, 13:16 p. m..
Rev. H. A. Start, superintendent; Y. P.
8. C. E-, 6:30 p. m.; the oratorio, "The
Coming of the King," will be repeated by
the choir at 7:30 p. m.
Haesalo Street East Seventh North
and Haasalo, Rev. Charles E.. Chase;
service 10:30 a. m., with holy commun
ion and reception of members; Sunday
School, 13; Christian Endeavor 6:30;
evening service, 7:30, with address by
Rev. J. H. Lelper, field secretary of the
Northwest Sabbath association.
Highland Corner Sixth and Prescott
streets; church dedication 3 p. m.; Rev.
E. L. House will officiate; mualo will be
furnished by the First .Congregational
chruch choir; 7:80 p. m., preaching by
Rev. C F. Clapp.
Second United Fargo and Kerby
streeta. Rev. J. Bowersox; preaching at
31 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., and gospel meet
ings nightly during the week; Sunday
school JO a. m., K. L C. E.. 6:45 p. m.
First English Corner Eaat Sixth and
Market atreeta Q. W. Plummer, pastor.
Rev. N. Shupp, presiding elder, will hold
the quarterly meeting over Sabbath.
Preaching 11 a. m. ana 8 p. m.; Sunday
school 10 a. m., Albert Blttner, superin
tendent; junior alliance. 3 p. m., Miss
Maude Smith, superintendent; Young
People's Alliance, 7 p. m., Frank Mul
German Corner of Tenth and Clay
Streets. Rev. A. A. Engelbart, paator;
preaching 10:45 a. m, and 7 p. m.; Sunday
school, 3:30 a. m.; Y. P. A., T p.-m. Re
vival meetings begin on Sunday night
Preaching every evening during the
week. Rev. N. Shupp will assist In these
Westminster East Tenth and Weldler
streets. Rev. Henry Marcotte paator.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The
pastor will preach morning and evening.
By request the choir will repeat the
Mlzpah Rev. Jerome R. McGlade.
Communion service will be observed
Sabbath during the morning hour of
worship. There will also be the recep
tion .of members. Theme of the evening
sermon: 'The Heritage of the Birth
right." Special music, '
Morning Anthem "He Died for Me"
Evening Anthem "The Lord la My
The week of prayer will be observed
Central Woodmen of ' tlief World
building. East Sixth and East 'Alder
streets, William E. Randall, minister.
Morning worship 10:45. . Sermon sub
ject,' "An Ancient Monument With a
Present Day Meaning: Hope and Help
for tho New Year." .Bible school 12 m.
Christian Endeavor 6:46 p. m. Bervlces
at Mount Tabor ,1 p. m. Paator's topio
at 7:30. "Does Death End AUT The Argu
ment for Man's Immortality," the first
of a aeriea of addresses on "Pulsating
Personal Problems,", Miss Verna Welch
will sing. .,,' .
First Corner Twelfth .and Taylor
streets,A. S, Coats, D. D acting pas.
tor. Services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Rev. J. M. Foster of Swatow, China,
It's up to you, to get a dollar bottle of Dr.
B. E. Wright's Antiseptic Tooth Wash
FREE with any dental work done be
tween now and February 1, 1904. "
bon't miss this opportunity,
but come at once
Dr. B.E.Wright'&lDental Office
ffiStittS&f'IZ ".- 342J4 WASHINGTON ST., Cor. 7th
will preach both morning and evening.
Morning subject "The Church; Her
Mission." Evening, "What Is Tour
LifeT' 8unday school 13 m. B, Y. P,
U. 6:30 p. m.
Latter Day Saints (East Side) The
Reorganised Church of Jesus. Christ of
L. D. 8., corner North Union avenue
and Morris street Preaching at 11 a,
m. and 7:30 p. m. by F. J. Chatburn.
Sunday school 10a.m. Z. R.L.S. 6
The Chinese at Home Tonight 7:45
at the Men's Resort, 66 North Sixth
street, a stereoptlcon lecture will be
given by Rev. W. 8. Holt, D. D., upon
the subject, "China and the Chinese."
Dr. Holt is so familiar with this sub
ject that it will be a treat to hear him.
The lecture is free and all are welcome.
Rev. A. D. Sope, superintendent stere
optlcon Sunday school, 8:80 p. m. At
4 o'clock, address, "Does Christianity
Meet Man's Religious NeedsT Rev. H.
H. Pratt New Year'a evangelistic ser
vice 7:45 p. m.
Spiritualists Spirit of Truth society,
Willamette hall, 170K - Second atreet
Services at 7:45 p. m. by Mesdemes
Selp and Cornelius. Subject, "Love."
People's Christian union, Rev. F. E.
Coulter. 201 Allsky building, corner
Morrison and Third streets. 11 a. m..
"Noah's Settlement, or the Crystallisa
tion of Truth. 12:15 p. m., "The Boy
hood of Jesus." 7:80 p. m.. the second
commencement exercises of the Union
School of Psychology.
First Spiritualist society. Artisans'
hall, Ablngton buUdlng, Third street,
near Washington. The 11 o'clock con
ference Is postponed until next Sunday.
At 7:45 Col. C. A. Reed will lecture, fol
lowed by Mrs. Ladd-Finnlcan.
Berea Mission Second and Jefferson
streets, Rev. J. II. Allen, pastor. Sun
day services:! Sermon, "Who Is This
King of Glory?" at 10:30 a. m. Sermon
at 7:30 p. m., "He Shall Not Come Into
Second Church of Christ .Scientist
Auditorium building. Third, between
Taylor and Salmon streeta Services 11
a. m. and 8 p. ra. Subject "Life." Sun
day school 13:16 p. m.
ARE YOUR BREAD WINNERS
Don't abuse them; don't
neglect them. Such deli
cate organs should be,
treated only by those who
have had special training
in the science of optics
Our Test is Absolutely Free
We have superior facilities for
making Eye Examinations
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Built according to the special plana and directions of Mr. Moore, this
studio is as complete as It Is possible to make it There is a ground
floor entrance and parlor on Seventh atreet: an entrance on Washington
atreet leading to an upstairs parlor, and the operating room, and the
whole Is most richly and superbly furnished. Mr. Moore employs no
agents, and baa no connection with any other gallery. Phone, Main 2889.
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BAR FIXTURES and BILLIARD TABLES
From Us, and YOUR LIQUORS WHERE
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The Brunswick-Balke Collender Co.
DRINK THE OLD AND RENOWNED
GAMBRINUS LAGER BEER
SEND ORD ERS FOR BOTTLED BEER
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The Imperial Hotel
, PORTLAND, OREGON,
Rates from $ I to S2.30 Hay.
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