The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, February 15, 1904, Page 7, Image 7

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    TIIE OREGON DAILY, JOURNAL, PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 15. 1904.
TOWN TOPICS
- - At a meeting; ' of . the t Michael Davltt
. hrinrh et t h a TTnltAfl Trlfih laaflriifk of
Portland, .. the-following-resolution was
. unanimously -'adopted: ''Whereas, ' a
movement has been inaugurated In iota
- country, the object of which is the fur
therance of a treaty of arbitration be
tween the United States and Great Brit
ain : and, Whereas, it la the consensui
of opinion, among- the majority ' of our
citlzena that In the event of such treaty
being made, Great ; Britain will .-construe
this treaty as a 'practical -alliance
"Resolved, that we,. the members of the
United ' Irish league of Portland!, Or.,
view with disfavor such a treaty, unless
it Is extended to other governments of
f the world: and be it further : ; Resolved.
'that a copy of this resolution be for-
warded: to our representatives la con
: gress."
; ) Fred Miller was sued 'for divorce by
Grace Miller on January 7 last. . She
alleged that he used physical i force in
making-her submit to 'his practice of
Bmoklng cigars and cigarettes, while in
bed at night,- causing v her. to become
111; that he circulated Stories .that she
was not a good woman. Usfore marriage.
threatened and otherwise , abused her.
and did not furnish proper support for
her and their little oner Mrs. Miller
- also asked for a restraining order, stat
ing that her husband bad threatened to
take the child away, -from- her : by .force.
She is living with relatives. In an an
swer filed Saturday in the state circuit
court' Miller denies the - materia) alle
gations of the complaint and sayt his
failure to agree with h la wife Is due to
the bad advice of her mother. ,
. ,F. R. Mollis of Baker Ctty superin
tendent of the Oregon mineral exhibit
at St, Louis, . attended the meeting of
the state exposition commission In Port
land Saturday afternoon, tie says 10,000
quarts specimens will be shown at the
fair. The floor space allotted la 0 by 40
feet. The center of this space will' be
used for office purposes and the exhibit
placed around the sid.es and on the walls
Mr. Mollis had charge of the Oregon
mineral exhibit at Buffalo. lie has the
largest- private collection- of mineral
speoimens In the Btafe..whtQh he baa of
fered for the Oregpn exhibit at 6t.
'LOUlS. r-:'- .i;-.;- J
A communication asking for . th ap
pointment of a delegate to a convention
for the purpose of organising a national
association building committee has been
received at the city hall and wilt be con
sidered at the next session -of - tha coun
cil. In the letter la It recounted tnat
the principal feature is to-hold--annual
conventions for the exchange of ideas, to
form and Institute a headquarters where
the testing of materials and collecting
of data could be carried out and to es
tablish "a clearing house of building in
formation." F.W. Fitipatrlck if 14S1
Welling Place, .Washington City. Is tem
porary secretary. .) -j,--
!'Tbe local committee which Is solicit
ings funds for the reception -to the rep
resentatives attending-the annual see
alon of the mining congress scheduled
to be held here from August 21 to 27
, inclusive has appealed to the city coun
cil lor a aonauon, ana inciaentauy re
counts the many advantages which will
accrue to the city through the adver
tisement of such a gathering.
, The- mall), servlce-.-Crom this city?- to
Burjtoa. over the - Oregon Water Power
A Railway .line. ..and. by. special messen
ger, has been discontinued and hereafter
the place will be supplied, by the carrier
from Clackamas. ,,The change was made
on account of unsatisfactory messenger
service from the; railway to the.post-i-office.
The Burton mall la now made up
at Clackamas.
Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Brown, son and
maid have gone, to -California.- The trip
Is taken In the hope that It may restore
Mrs. Brown's health, who. was seriously
Injured in . the Elks', wreck. . I?r.. Brown
recently purchased an automobile which
was shipped, to Ban .. Francisco on , the
at earner Oregon.-. The party will make
the trip from San- Francisco to southern
California In this vehicle. - ;v
H. X. Sisler,, general agent for the
Chicago, SW Paul,- Minneapolis & Omaha,
has returned from Seattle, where he at
tended the Conference of the general
agents of the Northwestern line: H. M.
Pierce, general freight agent, and George
H. McRae, assistant general passenger
agent -of the C, St. P.. M. 4 5., who are
mi the sound will arrive In Portland
Tuesday., ' .'..''
It -Is - difficult Indeed, Impossible
for a laundry to do the right kind of
work without a steam heated polisher.
Tihs machine does not burn or "yellow"
the goods. It does r.otSreaken the ma
terial. and the life of the garment Is
greatly prolonged by Its us. The Un
ion laundry, Second and Columbia, has
the only steam heated polisher in the
city.
The Swiss 'Aid society, at its annual
meeting elected the following officers
yesterday Consul C. Blrcher. president!
Thomas SplB man, - vice-president; John
Rax, 'Secretary f Ademar , Vuilleumier,
treasurer) Anton Bischofberger, Charles
L'rfer and Peter Roth, trustees. -
. Evangelist C. W. Booth and singing
Evangelist - Rev. -Luthea R. Robinson,
will close their meetings at the Volun
teers of America hall on .Wednesday
evening. Rev. B. Cnrradlne of St, Louis
will bei with the volunteers April 9, for
10 days. : : ' v
. A full, llnevof .all the popular brands
of suspensory bandages can always be
had of Albert. Beroi. the druggist. Sec
ond and Washington. Easy . wearing,
perfect fitting, and at prices that always
give satisfaction. .., - n ;
A reproduction- of Tillamook rock and
lighthouse baa been prepared to be sent
to St Loula this week. ' The work was
done by .W. Wllcher or the lighthouse
department.
Sixty gallons of adulterated vinegars
wer condemned last week by Deputy
State Food and Dairy Commissioner H.
V. TarUr. - ,; .
' 'A"-- ."V. ' i , . ;V' . -.;;
Fin -dayl. Buy Meredith's umbrellas.
Repairing and recovering. Two stores
Washington 'and tlv Morrison and Ith,
Star route mall service has been estab
lished from -Ashland, -via Barron, to Soda
Drs; Adik' Northrup
OSTEOPATHIC . "
PHYSICIANS
Nervous and Chronic Diseases
. EXAMINATION FREE . . .
Suite 416; Dckum Building
CHINESE NEW YEAR .
CEllEBRATION BEGUN
iV'P -V H :-.v1" .- At( x-t -
JTtia celebration of the New r Jear
festlvitiesjof the Portland .Oriental
was begun last night The new -year
was ushered in and the old -one buried.
While waiting for midnight the Chinese
feasted and talked In h;gh-pltcbed keys,
Firecrackers were freely burnedt "and
rockets forced their way through, the
murky atmosphere. Candles sputtered
yy a ill
n the rain and
lanterns helped to lend an air of cheer
fulness to the scene. .. ,
Many of the Chinese from the same
sections of their native land held a
reunion and talked . over the events, of
their ; childhood. They bought . good
things, to eat from a fund' secured by
donations .from their - particular clan,
and had them , cooked In the ; native
gtylgWbaaa:. small groupc, wer e , every
where "gaterdUn Chinatown, and made
merry in their way. , , ,
Today the celebration Is at its height
None are too poor to take a part. In the
good cheer., All wiu. be clothed in their
best. '-'A studied smU wjl, deoorate the
faces' of the, Mongolians. - The bitter
est of enemies will for the day call each
other brother - and partake of , mutual
hospitality and rest secure ' tias t . the
hatchet of the headsman will bm buried,
. Tha burning of fires will smoke away
the Imaginary deVils, whil? the throw
ing of small pieces of paper in the air
will blind, the evil spin; so that he can
not ee !hV . vlotim.i Thla 1. a custom
handed down for,thouanda ot years and
originated, in ,,. period when fierce; anlr
reals,' which, by the superstition .of the
time, were thought to be cemona from
angtber wrld, were Kept at bay with
fire and dust. In ancient times the
Chinese, in battle or In struggling-with
monsters,-attacked the-sense of sight,
smelKand hearlhg to gain victory ' ,
Aa a mark of honor to the great spir
itual Joss, and the many smaller joss
which represent great tribal leaders of
the past, the Chinese will burn tapers
and place food near, as a mark of sac
rifice and loving remembrance.
The music is of a barbaric strain,
and represent chants, odea and compo
sitions of praise to the dead and living.
Sentiments of felicity are expressed,
and - words of congratulation room prise
other themes which are expounded with
the .noise , of the turn turn, tla whistle,
three-stringed-guitar and , voices raised
In .the shrillest of -cadences? . -
Those of slender means will return to
their . routine, duties of .life when the
day- is closed, -while others who have
the price and inclination will continue
the celebration ss .long as they can
stand the giddy pace, opium smoking
is one ot the holiday recreations, and
those who, seldom use the drug will to
day Indulge. ..,-(.
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Happy Xmsk Haw
- r. Tear.
Springs; a distance of 12 miles, effective
af ter - Februarr H. - The change -takes
the -towns named from the . .Ashlandr
Klamath route, --decreasing.-ihat route
7 miles. "
. A score of letters received by County
Clerk F. S. Fields this morning practic
ally; assures the formation of a state
association of county clerks and audi
tors. In every instance the replies to
Mr, Field's circular letters promise hear
ty co-operation. A meeting of the coun
ty : clerk and. auditors living within : a
radius of SO miles of Portland will be
called, early next "week- to-take prelimi
nary steps toward organization.
-. Mangle Hull,, in a petition filed In the
circuit court this morning aaks for dl
vorre from Phillip. Hull, iwhom she mar
ried June -30-. &1,-4n-Muscatine, Iowa.
She alleges non-support and various In
dignities, and prays for title to three
lots. in Portsmouth, as she? says they
were paid for out of her Individual earm
Ings.. She . also asks that her maiden
name of Lants be restored to her.
-A meeting of the Congregational Min
isterial association -was held thle morn
ing In the committee room of the First
Congregational church. It was decided
to hold union services at the - different
Congregational churches .- during the
week preceding Easten Services will be
held at Sunnyslde, Highland; Mississippi
Avenue, Hassalo Street and , First
churches. - 1 -; .- ' . .. -1
The regular meeting of the. Baptist
Ministerial association -was held this
morning in the T- M. C. A. building. An
address was given by Evangelist Mull,
who is holding services at the Immanuel
Baptist church. - - -
Vm ,X-r- '. . . '
rWahoo, the greatest Indian blood puri
fier, nerve i tonid .and liver regulator,
la soid by all druggists; price, 60 cents.
- Steamers for The, Dalles will leave
Alder-street wharf 7 a. m. daily (except
Sunday). Phone Main 814. ,
' t:-i-'.v i "'-':: '"iH- ' -
' Leave orders at Women's Exchange,
424 Wash. St, for fine cakes, cookies, etc.
t School books old and new bought and
sold. Jones' Book Store, 291 Alder street
t L." Shumaker, furrier,- S0C Burnslde
street. ,- -. ;
8. H- Gruber, lawyer (17 Com'cl Blk.
-Charle EL Beeka f -thia -city left last
evening ; for .SeattU... Where' ho , ba re
ceived several offers .from large firms
to tepresent them on vthe road, Mr.
Beeks is well known -in the northwest,
where Ae has been most sucoessful In
his line of .businesa .Wi . ; ' -H: .
J. C. Lang of the Northwestern
Grocers'- association of Seattle spent
Saturday and Sunday in town.-. --
;Mrs. J. A. Brown and daughter, Miss
Fanny Brown,, have gone, to San Fran
cisco for a six weeks' visit' ! t y
Charles C. Bishop, a well-known
young man of San Francisco, came to
this city recently to represent the West
ern Fire Appliance company.-. Mr(
Bishop is m Stanford graduate and has.
many friends In the northwest. ' He will
make bis headquarters at tha Portland,
JOXX ITT CltTB.
Chiefly Personal J
,., The . John Ivy. Water Color dub met
last Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Clark, 168, East Sixteenth street, Avery
Interesting meeting was held and plans
are being mapped out for the coming
summer. Several classes were formed
la order to be prepared for outdoor work
as soon ss- the weather permits.
: 1 " '
kavt rvpast AOOXVT.
: Returns made to County Clerk Fields
to date indicate the acceptance of three
Quarters of the appointment made for
Judges and clerks of election. Tha
others decline to serve for .a variety of
reasons., poor eyesight being the princi
pal excuse given, -
t ' -. , J " w ,'
tha light from many
May Onlaese
Have Health
and Money
1
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"MZSTHE8S xrzxi,." ..
The love of Kin- rhnri- tt v.it
Uwynn, the actress, put into an ac
ceptable story, waa : presented by the
Moi,,iii8iirti Btoca company .last
nlaht. 1 'Mistrea Molt " In hik xi i
- - - -. ... ...V.1, .C111J.-
etta Croaman made her first recent suc
cess, was piayea for the first time in
Portland yeaterdayi, fNoi. metropolitan
premiere, ever had a more complete and
costly .dressing .and in . their silks and
satin knee breeches And shimmering
gowns of velvets and costly fabrics the
members of the cast made a most ap
preciative stage picture. The scenic in
vestments are all that could be desired
and In the first scene of act 2, showing
St James park before Nell's terrace by
moonlight Manager Baker make use of
real ivy covering for a wall,
i Mistress Nell, as , Esther Lyon plc
turea her, is cars free and most lovable.
George Allison appear to splendid ad
vantage a the king and Gertrude River
has a chance to display her attractive
personality as Louise, Duchess of Ports
mouth. v "OWB WIGHT H JTOE." , ,
The bitter and sweets of a life that
is shadowed by the machinations of a
villain are well told in "One Night In
June, which - opened at Cord ray's
theatre yesterday. The play concerns
the marriage of Madeline Peavy, a vil
lage belle, ; who goes to New York to
school, with Georg -Howard, a notori
ous gambler, who attempts to wreck her
young life. There Is the usual secret
flight from home, the pathetic resigna
tion of the parents, the return of. the
wanderer to the home circle, forgive
ness, the arrest of the villain and hi
punlahpMntvs- rv.
"One Night in June", is told by a
capable .company and several of toe
member of ( the cast ' display unusual
ability. James WUlard, who appears as
Rev. JHerbert Aldrlch, the young village
parson, " possesses, a good voice and a
personal magnetism that Instantly In
sures him the attention of the audience.
A. L. Wilson enhances the role of Hiram
Rugg, village constable, - with numerous
personal eccentricities that add -greatly
to the character portrayal.. William J.
Holmes give a distinct and clever Im
personation of Silas Peavy, a New Eng
land farmer, and Grace ,Tnrner'r1s al
ways pleasing and at . times more thin
clever as Madeline Peavy, the heroine.
"One Nicht in June'' 1s tha hilt tnr Ji
rest of the week and will be followed by
m maraume meio-arama "Down By the
Sea." - i
v AT. TM AJtOADH. ,
Theatregoers, shoppers, mothers, chil
dren and everybody will be delighted
with the blend of vaudeville which the
Arcade-presents-in its -hew program
which, opens this afternoon.
, MTB KILTIES BAWD.
, The Kilties band will give one con
cert at the Marquam Grand theatre next
Thursday night . Composed as It Is of
the finest, band musicians In some of the
leading military regiments In Canada,
the managemfat has added to the at
tractiveness of the program, offered, by
introducing : several i novelties, . among
which are a ' choir .and Scotch dancers
and piper. The sale of seats will open
at 10 a. m. tomorrow.
. "Tii ztsxwaxi onr. .
, "The, Eternal City": should prove one
of the big events of tha local theatrical
season tonight when it engagement of
three nights will begin at the Marquam
Grand theatre, not alone that ' it is by
that Interesting -character, - Hall Cains
of, the ilsle of Man, but also -because
soenically and dramatically it seems to
be one of the most notable productions
which la. likely .to... be -seen . here this
year, n The eight scenes are massive and
handsome..- The costumes are of more
than ordinary Interest. They Include a
full set of regimentals purchased from
the backs of the Household and Swiss
guards of the .late Roman, ppntlff. The
cast Include .Edward Morgan of "The
-r-ir ar:. i ; :
AT THE THEATRES
AMVSEMxarrs.
CORDRAY'S THEATRE Jfft.
COKDIUX It BU8HELL, HaMftrs.
Erealnif-Prices: -ll5e; 25W JOcr0e; ' Me."- -'
, Matinee Prlcoc AdulU 25c, children 10c.
Tonight, All Wok and Stturdny Kntlne. Henry
B. Uarks Prennt Wo. J. Holmes la -
. ...... taa Beeatlial. Pastoral Play,..t.'..-".- , -
ONE NIOliT IN JUNE.V
1 - - A Play You Will Enjor.
Marquam Grand Theatre .Bla.'-
TONIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK,-
." (Tnecdnr' and Wednmrtar Nights), ; ,-,"
. , . q EDWAKD , XOEOAX ,
. ..THE ETERNAL. CITY,
Strati Truix, Frederick de BeilcTlUe, Frank O,
Banga, W. E. Bonner and a Supporting
i Company of Fifty Peoplar-- w
Prices fl."BO. 11. TSc, 50c. 1 Beata now selling.
, Remember the early curtain.-
THE BAKER THEATRE
George L. Baker, Sole lssee and Manager.
Special Annonnceroent 11 Thla Week, Henri
etta Croaman'e Great gueeeaa,-
MISTRESS NELL,
First Time on the Pacifto -Coaat -The Original
, i :: ... Croaraaa Veralon.
Erenlng B0c, 86c, 15c. 'Matinee 26c, 15c, 10c.
" , . NEXT WKSK: i , .
The Cse of ReoelKous Susan
ARCADE THEATRE
. SEVENTH AND " WASHINGTON, ' 1
REf INED YAUDEVILLE
't :0 t 4:W. -TiSO-to 10:80. " i
- SUNDAY CONTINUOUS FROM I TO 10:,
FOR LADIES., GENTLEMEN AKD OHILDBCH
ADMISSION TtN CNTJ TO ANY SCAT.
sacoirs oxaisbss vcvuxa stbhiwo
Graham Quartette
Parsons Hall, -Thursday evening, ' Feb
ruary IS, at 8:S0 o'olock, with ' -
, William Wallace Graham, soloist.
' Tickets on aal at Woodard, Clarke A
Co. - -..- - t ' - - - '-
FRITZ TH EATRE
., . atn-gu BtrNSrDI. '"
FEED FBtTfc, Prop. W.- H. BROWN, Mgr.
TUB HOME. OF
VAUDEVILLE
Two show daily at S and S o. ra.
CONCERT BALL
blazierb ros. (
Concert vbrt night.
- - 943-248 RORN8IDB.
Christian" fame, r- star; Sarah Truax
as leading woman and Frederick De
Belleville, Frank C Bangs and W. B.
Bonney, as well -as -two-doten - other
capable actors. The Mascagni music is
sure to attract- closa attention. - Tha
curtain will rise promptly at S'.o'clock.
Those -coming late will have to stand
until the curtain fall on the first scene.
S1NGED.CAT GIVES
' : IMMEDIATE ALARM
By quick work upon the part of the
janitor and a few loud yells by a spot
ted kitten, the .flre alarm was given in
time to save the brick building at-the
corner of Sixth and OaK streets from
perhaps being, totally , destroyed by the
flames which started In .the rear - base
ment last Saturday night. The origin
of the blase is " Unknown. The loss
amounts to IS6.000. The damage waa
confined chiefly to patent medicines,
sponges and cork stored in the toa
ment. . ' -
. About 7:S0 o'clock Saturday night, P.
M. Ellefeen, who Is janitor of the Y,- W.
C. ;A., discovered smoxe i-emlng out of
the basement. The Janitor at once run
for a telephone and reported his discov
ery to -the-fire headquarters. About, the
same time, a kitten gave a concert of
yelps and' howls -that, brought, R. 1m
Holt, a clerk in the. retail department of
the drug store, to one of the back rooms,
where he discovered snuike coming from
the basemant.- Holt.also. reported the
, ButtericK's Fashions .
BUTTERICK'S FASH
IONS FOR MARCH ARB
NOW IN. CALL AND GET
ONE. -WE HAVE THESIS
PATTERNS ON BALE AND
CAN; FURNISH TOU WITH
ANT SELECTION FROM
THE BOOK YOU MAT
WANT. . ,
i OUR SALE UkST WEEK WAS A SUCCESS. , IT PROVED A BOON TO ECONOMICAL 8HOPPERS THOUSANDS TOOK ADVANTAGE
OF THE GENEROUS OFFERS WE MADE AND VISITED OUR STORE, DURING WHICH TIME THEY AVAILED THEMSELVES OF THE
DECISIVE SAVINGS! BUT THE STOCK STILL PRESENTS AN UNBROKEN FRONT. AS WHENEVER THE LINES HAVE BECOME SHORT
WE HAVE FILLED THEM UP FROM OUR OWN HIGH- GRADE STOCK. HERE ARE A FEW OF THE MOST 8ENSATIONAL MERCHANDISE
VALUE8 WE'VE EVER KNOWN. IN OUR YEARS OP BUSINESS J-II8T0RY, WE'VE NEVER OFFERED 8UCH TEMPTING BARGAINS ITS
GOING TO LIVEN UP HERE THIS WEEK, RAIN OR 8HINE. OF COURSE YOU'LL COMEJUST CANT MISS IT. , V
This Shoe is Especially Good
Ha
5H0E&ST
j i : i a.
HERCULES
That's the name of bur SCHOOL HOSF
And it means just what it aaysTHE STRONGEST EVER,
This School hose is sold in
1 inc price bi uui diuic is
"' - .
Get a pair today for your boy or
Mail Orders
W. mak. a speolal feature
t - Mali - Order - Bnslness.
W. all quickly and satis
factorily' aU Mail Orders oa
am. day received, gaaraa
tMlng perfect .atlafaetloa.
Bapress or freight prepaid
oa . all orders over S1O.0O.
Cask mast always accom
pany the order for goods.
ii ii JILL
COR.
A Bargain
TIHt-E-
oj
Has taken the breath from other dealers and still we Jubilate!
, .',...-i. V.J -.1. ' .--.'.' ,. , ; .. t., ...vr-i ..'.-. . . -1--.' . v.. , ::
AND WE ARB GOINO TO KEEP RIGHT ON JUBILATING. -WE ARE NOT GREATLY CONCERNED ABOUT !
WHAT THE OTHER DEALERS MAT BAT ABOUT OUR CUTTING PRICES. WE BOLDLY CONFESS THAT
WE HATS CUT-PRICES. AND WE SERVE NOTICE NOW THAT. WE SHALL CONTINUE THE SLAUGHTER,
AND SHALL PRACTICE PRICE-CUTTING AT ANT TIME AND WHENEVER WE FEEL THAT THE INTER
ESTS OF OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS DEMAND IT. NOTWITHSTANDING : THE CRITICISMS OF,'
OTHER CLOTHING MERCHANTS., WE APPRECIATE THE FACT THAT WE CANNOT PLEASE QUR CON
TEMPORARIES AND OUR CUSTOMERS AT THE SAME TIME, SO WE CHOOSE TO PLEASE OUR CUSTOM-.
ERS. FOR THIS REASON AND THIS ALONE WE ARB NOW SELLING
$20 Overcoats at . , . . . . . $5.95
$35 Best Tailored Overcoats in the United States at $9.95
; $45 Elegant Venetian Lined Overc'ts. Pink of fashion $12.95
THESE ARE BARGAINS THAT CANNOT BE DUPLICATED AT ANT OTHER STORE ON THE FACE OF
THE EARTH. , ' , ,
$35 High Class Suits, alt the Latest Patterns "Jubi!eedM! off at $13.15
$25 and $30 Double XX Al,' Cream of the Best Suits, now at ....$ 9.15
$17.50 Hand-Taiiored All Wool Suits, Very Nobby, only..... $ 6.15
$10 Real Good, Serviceable Suit, at the ridiculously low price of . .$ 3. 15
Men's Swell Dress Shirts, regular 50c, $1.D0 and $1.50 kind, going . . . , . ,
at this Jubilee at .........:.........:........25c, SOc'and $ 1.00 .
' V: THESE ARB 50 PER CENT REDUCTIONS FROM OUR OWN LOW PRICES. IT ALMOST AMOUNTS TO
GIVING SHIRTS AWAY.
AND HERE WE GO FOR SHOESThe $2 kinds for 95c; $3.75 and $4
grades at $1.45; Patent Leathers, worth $4.00 and $4.50, at $2.15; and
$5 and $6 values at $2.95.
We're Whooping It Up AH Along the Uiic Just Like, the Above.
WE ARE, MASSACREiNO TROUSERS, UNDERWEAR' SOCKS, SUSPENpERS, HATS AND CAPS,
GLOVES, UMBRELLAS, COATS AND VESTS, IN FACT
EVERYTHING IN THIS LIVELY siTORE GOES AT THE JUBILEE!
When looking for the bottom landing of prices, don't you ever forget THE HUB
Are to the department. Withtn a few
minutes after the smoke was discovered
several streams of water were playing
on the Are. -. . .
About 20 young women were In the
rooms of the association on the second
and- third floors of the building,: Jut
thv f-otnuinmi auietlv in their aoart
ments until the smoke became somewhat
thick, and then they walked down to tne
drug storei - '-.. .
"The report that, the young women
For Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Heavy sole, common sense hee.
patent tip and good Dongoia up
pers; thla would be. good value In
the down town stores for $2.50; our
price always tha same
$2.00
HAMILTON BROWN SHOES
never fall to please. It's your turn
to try a pair. .
6 SPOOLS best 6' cord Maohine
Thread ...... ,...t..25
A few hundred left 10c INK TAB.
LETS, special at, each 3 c
many stores for 35c. C
.
... , f. , , ,,,,,, .. t. . ,. . .,, .
girL It tavea money and mending.
!.
The Universal Providers;' . 539,
mmm i -mm
-aiuuuuuir-j -i i i I i
3RD clMURMSIDE STS
in Every Word
rushed down stairs in a hurried manner,
and that they were badly frightened is
not truer"- said Miss Abby McElroy, gen
eral secretary of the X.: W. C. A., this
morning. "The girls stayed la - their
apartments-until a patrolman came up
and told us that perhaps It -would bo
better to go down In tha drug store." ..
The building, which Is owned by the
Union Investment company, waa dam
aged to the -ejttent of $2,500i-:.w :
Chris Reckley, an extra man of truck
Kitchen Treasure
Whltewood top.i well ,made , and
castered, exactly like picture, de
livered anywhere In the
city .,.....,....-...$3.75
We hsve a nlo. selection of
Kitchen Tables, drop . leaf Tables,
Sewing Tables, v.. Dining Tables,
Stsnd Tables in our Furniture de
partment. It will pay all outsid.
of : Albina to , come to Albina 'far
their furniture (as well aa. other
merchandise). W. will prov. it t.
you if, you will da your1 part and
just oom. and , inspect. , Carfare
free on Fridays. r
CHINA
B
LEE
541, 543, 545 Williams Ave., Albina.
We Write!
If
t
1, whose arm was badly brofsed by being
Jammed In a door, la rapidly recovering.
, subs cxntaros rttxa.. ,f4
' Itching - piles . produce moisture and
causa Itching,, this form, as well s
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles are
cured by Dr. Bo-san-ko's Pile Remedy.
Stops Itching and bleeding. - Absorbs tu
mors. 6Qo a Jar,' at druggists, or sent '
by mall. Treatise free.. Write me about
your case.. Dr. Bosanko. PhU'a. Pa.
Oar Delivery Wagons 3
ARB IN ALL' PARTS OF
THE C;TT, AND WE DE
LIVER. OOOD3 TO. ANY"
PART Or THE CITT AS
QUICKLY AS ANY STORE
IN THE CITY. WE PRU)
OURSELVES ON ; OUR
PROMPT DELIVERY.
"Nq Sag' Folding
Curtain Stretchers
$1.75
Bie. 6xll-foot, pins i Inch apart.
' frame 2 Inches wide, best white
basswood; brass . pins, triple
nickel plated, barbed and driven
through from the back; top and
bottom rails hinged In center
with, steel plate .higne;: end and
center bars bolted to top and bot
tom rails with bolts at each cor
ner? slots cut in stretcher . bar
to enable frame to be, adjusted
from SO to 60 inches wide, and
from 6 to U feet long, for.f 1.7S
. Down town price $2.60.
MATTING
A good quality straw warp, Matting,
yard 15a
High grade linen warp Matting,
sold down town at 35o yard, our
price always., : yard ......... 25
Linoleum, Art. 8quare and Ruga
In the Furniture Department,' seo-
;.iend floor, ,, - ..v;;,.,,,..,:.. i.
We Pay Your Car Fare
' Every rridey fos the com
ing ysar we wul Vr the
ear fare of any one who via
Us our Store that day and
makes a purcbaae. ao mat
ter bow small, tue only f
qu Iranian! is that you lire a
distance ef 80 blocks or
more from en store.