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THE OBEGON DAILY .TOURNATi PORTLAND. MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 14. 1904.
THERE WAS MARVELOUS COMMOTION AT
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No need to go into a very extended expatiation
on ''Trefousse " Goodness you know that very
well have bought them here for years and have
always come back for more. The showing for Easter,
is now complete (qualities, sizes and colorings.
THREE-CLASP "CARLYLE" Quality, Trefousse Over
seam Kid Gloves, Paris Point Embroidery; all shades the
world's best at. ............. v ...... ........ : .$f.50
THREE-CLASP 'TREFOUSSE" Overseam and Pique
Glace Kid Gloves, Paris Point and two-toned Embroidery
these .... ...... .. .......... . . . . .. ....... . . $2.00
TWO-CLASP TREFOUSSE PIQUE, Pique Suede Gloves,
Paris Point Embroidery tan, mode, brown, slate and
black strictly up-to-date .... .'. ... . ..... ... .$2.00
TWO-PEARL BUTTON TREFOUSSE GLACE KiS
Gloves, New, Embroidery black, white, champagne and
mode the swell Fifth avenue Glove . . . . . . . .$2.00
WISE BROS., Painless Dentists
OS. W. A. WISE.
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN
If your teeth iro u bid Ihil thuj mimt
be tafcon out and nfw oni made, Dow is tlie
bmt tlrno of year, and Wlae Bro. a good, aafe.
place tit hare tt done, with absolutely no pain.
Dr. W, A. Wine baa had 17 yrara' experience
tn thl, a well aa all kinda of dental work,
and now tn a poottlon to attend peraonally
tn all wbo want hla aerrlcea. I)r. T. V. Wlae,
manager, la a graduate of one of the lieet
dental Collegea in the world, and la a good,
careful, all-around workman.
DC T. P. WISE.
WISE BROJHERS, Dentists
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from $ I to $2.50 per day. ' Seventh and Washington Sts.
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Carrying $50 In gold In their pockets
three stowaways were found the other
night. Jn. the hold o the steamer Has
walo attempting tobeat their "way to
Astoria. .' When discovered by members
of the crew they showed fight, and it
required - about a dozen men to eject
them. The steamer was stopped at a
mud landing and they were put off by
main, force. 'Where they were disem
barked was about three miles from a
station,' and the trio had no other al
ternative but to walk.'
The mate was the first to notice the
strangers crouched in hiding behind a
pile of freight, but they paid no atten-
nun w hi. iwDiuwna ivrTncm'XOvcvmo
out and show themselves, . More aid was
then summoned and a rough and tum
ble battle ensued. Two of the men were
taken out Into the open With little
difficulty and soon subdued. But-to
handle the third It was not so easy. All
forms of persuasion seemed ineffective
towards inducing him to give up the
berth be was occupying behind a stark
of barb wire. When it became apparent
that continued threatening was of little
use a declnion was reached to adopt
more practical tactics. They charged
upon him In a body, each grabbing the
supposed tramp by some portion of his
clothing.. Tbey began to heave bo end
heave he, and soon the victim was sep
arated from the best part of his clothing.
"Oh." he wlltily shrieked, "you will
lose all my money. It's in the pants
log which that big villain just pulled
off.. X command you to give ma back
my pants leg and money."
With this outbreak he made a fero
cious charge upon his adversaries. They
fell back column after column and al
most became panic stricken. But finally
the lines were reformed and they
marched upon the enemy in solid phal
any. He fought, clawed and tore, but
soon went down in defeat still shouting
about his lost fortune. A search was
made of the pants leg and sure enough,
three gold eagles were found neatly done
up in a red bandana. Just before being
put off the boat his companions ex
hibited 110 each. But they doggedly re
fused to pay their fare.
( Advertisement.) a
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Discuss every question but the
main one: Is Senator Mitchell to '
be supported in bis borne city In
these primaries? If they are for 4)
Mitchell there Is no need of in-
4 dependent delegates; if they are
not, they dare not say it aloud. .
' From the Chicago News.
"Folly," said the .artist "Is always
represented as a woman."
"That accounts for It," rejoined the
fair art model.
"Accounts for what?" asked the artist.
. : 'Tor so many men stooping to folly,
tcplled the wis female. ,
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The physicians, comprising the Sani
tarium company are preparing for an ex
tended legal contest following the suit
for the removal of their various institu
tions from Mount Tabor on the ground
that they, form a public nuisance. A
motion to strike a number of items from
the complaint was. argued before John
B. Cleland, the presiding , Judge, last
Saturday afternoon, the court taking the
matter unaer advisement. : ; '
The clauses the company - wishes
stricken out are as follows: That , pa
tients at the, institution are allowed to
roam around the grounds either insuffi
ciently attended or not at all; that they
are taken but for exercise on the streets
Insufficiently attended; that school child-
red meeting them are apprehensive of
harm; that residents are apprehensive of
patients entering their houses: that a
number of insane have been brought
down from Alaska; that the Smith house
has been leased for the purpose of car
ing for the Insane, and that the pres
ence of the Insane Increases the appre
hension ot residents. y
It was the contention of F. P. Mays,
counsel for the company, that these
items are irrelevant and incompetent,
Inasmuch as practically the same condi
tions apply to all asylums. He con
tended that the fact that residents are
apprehensive cuts no figure In law, as
residents In the neighborhood of every
asylum are doubtless more or less ap
prehensive. What the courts have to
consider is whether or not a reasonable
degree of precaution has been taken
against the insane or other patients
doing any mischief, in consequence of
which the persons or property of Mount
Tabor residents might suffer.
Attorney Gearln. on the other hand,
declared that all the items are vital. . He
asked Judge Cleland to place himself in
the position of a resident of Mount Ta
bor, who has to come to town In car
rying out his duties and leave his fam
ily alone under these conditions. He
added that anything the court ; would
wish a tribunal to consider undar sucb
circumstances would be pertinent for
Its own consideration now.
Will Refuse None
The makers of that great manhood
builder that cures all kinds of weak
ness, and is known as Palmo Tablets,
do not refuse any one to try them on
the absolute guarantee. They cost only
60c a boxy and when you have used
twelve boxes, and have not received
the full benefit, you can get a free
treatment for the Inclosed coupons.
Sold by the Brooke Drug Co., No. 67
Nortn Third street. Portland, Or. They
make you sleep soundly and cure any
kind of nervousness.
f Advertisement) .
BXATTXJB AMD TACOXA
Have been fighting for the .
bonded warehouse for a long time.
Portland gets It. They get noth
ing.' Senator Mitchell did It.
- After six years in frigid Alaska J. T.
Hayne, formerly of the local firm of F.
W. Baltea St. Co., and former grand
chancellor of the Knights of Pythias,
has returned to this city with the avowed
intention of spending the rest of his
days in a civilized . community. Mr.
Hayne left Portland March 8, 1898, and
returned to the city on the 8th of this
month. . ' '
Four years of the six were spent In
Skagway, where Mr. Hayne published
a daily newspaper. Dallies in that re
gion retail for 10 cents the copy, while
advertisers pay proportionately to tell
of their wares. Telegraph tolls, how
ever, perform the vengeance act for sub
scribers and advertisers andt, wring S
cents a word from all publishers. Since
the construction of a cable In that part
of the country, however, tolls have been
reduced to 4 cents a word. .
"Skagway will never be a large city,"
said Mr. Hayne, "but will always be
lively. It is the salt-water terminua of
the White Pass & Yukon railway. There
Is nothing around Jt, however, to make
it grow into a large city. . '
"In Juneau, the capital, it Is differ
ent I spent two years there and would
advise any' one who contemplates mak
ing a home, in that country to select
Juneau. It is situated In the heart of a
rich mining region of proved . merit
Directly across the channel la the Tread
well mine, the largest In the world, and
the whole surrounding district la dense
with paying mining properties.
'.The mills are able to run nine months
out of the year, but are forced to close
at the end of that time. The water
freeses and stays froeen until three
months have passed, when operations
are resumed.:. Capital In all parts of the
world has Hi eyes on the region sur
rounding Juneau. It 1s being Invested,
too, and It won't be long before that
district is the greatest in existence.
"Ketchlcan, another town Surrounded
by paying mines, also has a bright fu
ture. It not only has mining interests,
but Is of considerable Importance as a
commercial point All boats to and from
Seattle and other points in the United
States stop at that point and in that
way the place has developed into one
of no little Importance. '
"At present there are few Oregon
people in Skagway, although a few
years ago the place was controlled by
a handful of former Portland cltlxens.
Portland still has quite a few repre
sentatives in Juneau, and they are all
doing well. Generally they drift back
to civilisation, however, after they have
acquired enough money or experience.
"Portland . should Jump in and get
some of the business which Seattle gets
from Alaska. There is not a merchant
in the entire country In my acquaintance
who does not curse Seattle and Seattle
merchants. They claim that they don't
get what they order and what they do
get is of an inferior quality-of goods.
The Seattle merchants, of course, deny
the charges, but there is enough dissat
isfaction for the Portland merchants to
take a large , amount of the business
away from the Washington city if they
will only do It.
"Trade is going to Increase through
out the whole of Alaska, and Portland
has a great chance to get in. Business
Is opening up in all parts of the coun
try and new camps are constantly being
. "In the six years that I have been
away there have been many changes
In Portland. The city has improved
wonderfully. I thought when I landed
in Seattle that It had Improved, but it
doesn't compare with the advances made
by this city. But as odd as ' it may
sounds! have felt, cold ever since . I
reached here. The cold and wet are
penetrating, and one feels tt much more
than the Intense cold of Alaska is felt
It makes one sleepy, too. '
"One reason why so many people are
driven out of Alaska is the fact that
you never know when it is day and
when it is night. There Is only a half
hour or so of twilight before the next
day begins. One Thanksgiving day in
Skagway I sat In the front door of my
cabin at 7:30 o'clock at night and read
a Portland paper. People only know it
Is night by pulling down the curtains
and lighting a lamp.
"I am well pleased with my experi
ences in Alaska and am satisfied with
the results of my work there. In the
future, however, I prefer a more civilized
community in which to live, and believe
that Portland is good enough for me."
r--Our -VFriacely" . jPTealdan. ..
From the "Buffalo Times.
The atmosphere of royalty at the
White House Is materially enhanced
by the declaration of Hon. Leslie M.
Shaw that Mr. Roosevelt is "a prince
among Americana' A clanking cav
alry escort will probably hereafter ac
company Mr. Shaw to and from Wash
ington trans and an expression from
the acting . executive announce to . an
already thoroughly nauseated republic
that the present secretary of the treas
ury is "the greatest ever'
From the Chicago News.'
Mrs. Goodun You ungrateful creat
ure! After I gave you that nice box
of breakfast food the other day you
sent all the tramps In town to my door.
: Hobo Henry Why, mum, on de box it
said "recommend dls to yer friends."
AT CUT RATES UNTIL .
I TEETH. .
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The Boston Painless Dentists
are doing all dental work for cost of
material,, to introduce our late discov
eries and painless methods.
Painless Extracting ...i Free
Examinations . . , ....Free
Silver Fillings .38
Gold Fillings .78
Gold Crowns 3.00
Brldge.Work - 3.00
Full Set Teeth ,. 3.00
NO STUDENTS EMPLOYED.
' Come at once and take advantage of
low rates. All work done by specialists.
WITHOUT PAIN and guaranteed TEN
YEARS. Our late botanical discovery
to apply to the gums for extracting,
filling and crowning TEETH WITHOUT
PAIN Is known and used only by i
Boston Painless Dentists
Cot ner Fiftli and Morrison streets. En
trance 291 Morrison, opposite Meier
A Frank's. Hours 8:30 a. ni. to 8 p. m.;
Sundays till I, , . "
ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING
IT WAS THE MADDENING
RUSH OF THOSE SEEKING
Ever known since Noah sailed the Ark !
Every salesman was on the jump, and if . THE HUB men no not know
how to jump then no men of Portland do.
IT WAS A JUMPING SALE v'
and jumping bargains were handed out During this great Sweep of the
Shelves and Counters, to give place to the Chicago goods that must be
nearing Portland now. ' :--"r;-
The Hub Is Crushing Prices ds with a Mighty Maul !
In imported fancy weaves, pure Kwool, guaranteed fast colors,
worth $20, and
Cutaway Frock Suits
Elegant garments, worth every cent of $25 and $30, for the
ridiculously insignificant price of
That is the sort of bargains The Hub is giving the public now,
and JAMS OF PEOPLE are taking advantage of the slaughter
The management, in its wild career of assassinating profits, will
sell to any man or woman an elegantly tailored suit of Black
Clay Worsteds, Black Thibets, Genuine Scotch Tweeds, single
or double breasted; WORTH FOUR TIMES THE AMOUNT
OF MONEY FOR WHICH IT SELLS.
It may seem a crime to murder values so, but the game is on and
we will play it to the end. " . J ' 'w: ;: -
$10 Buys the Charm of the City
In Suits Worth $30 and $35
Genuine black French back worsteds, 20-ounce clays and unfinished fancy
franlte, overplalds, Scotch tweeds, vicunas and novelty weaves of .very de
scription, are In this lot THE GARMENTS ARB SILK-LINED,
AND SEWED WITH SILK, AS IF MADE BT A MOTHER FOR HER BOX.
$12, $15 and $18 OVERCOATS, for................
$25 OVERCOATS, for ....... SG.05
$30 and $35 OVERCOATS, for.. ......... .$8.95
TROUSERS BELONGING TO $15 AND $20 SUITS,
for ..........:..............w........;.v........ $1.25
SWELL WORSTED PANTS in new stripes, worth $5, and
good values at that, for. ,$2.25
$8, $10 and $12 PANTALOONS at the heart rending figure of
IT IS A SALE
That is grief to the proprietor of the
store, but gladness to the men who
buy the goods.
Read these prices. They are actual gifts to the men and boys of
Oregon. WE ARE SELLING NOW : . : ...
$3.00 Hats for 50c
Because the merchant's nam. who had taken them In his store when b.
failed, Is Inscribed on th. Inside. - '
$2.50 and $3 regular lines of Hats, at. .$1.00
A bunch of 25c Caps at, each ...5c
Men's Furnishing Goods at These Figures :
50c SHIELD BOWS and other styles, suitable for every man
and boy, choice..........!................ ........5c
25c COLLARS, all sizes and shapes, choice. .. ............ ,5c
20c Fast Black and Brown HALF HOSE, choice...... 5c
10c LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, choice ...........2c
10c Rolled gold COLLAR BUTTONS; pick them out at. .. .lc
Norwegian lamb's wool HALF HOSE, all sizes, from 50c, 75c
' and $1 lots, choice .25c
NECKWEAR, all styles, chosen at random from our $1, 75c and
50c lines, to give first comers a grand selection, choice, ,25c
The Hub's Standard Half-Dollar OVERALLS, now. . ..... .25c
Grand final cleanup of all $1 and $1.50 lots, including black
sateens at. . ....... . . ........... w . . . ....... . .50c
Soft and stiff bosom SHIRTS, 75c, $1 and $1.25 lines, including
the famous Gold and Silver brand, choice. ,25c
All our $3.50 and $4 grades, now...... ....$1.50
The finest and best Sweater in this store, many regular $5 ones,
a few sbld'heretofore at $7.50, choice now. .$2.50
Medium weights, ribbed, in tans and brown, almost every size;
, best 50c grades, chdice. ... ...... ... . . ......... ,20c
$1, $2 and $2.50 broken and regular lines Wool Underwear ;
ribbed and plain, choice. .......... .. . . . . . . . . ,40c and 80 c
GLOVES Good working pigskin and horsehide, 50c grades. 20c
GLOVES Special $1 grades, warranted Indian tan, also bridge
men, builders and ironworkers' famous $1 gloves, choice. 40c
GLOVES $1.25 and $1.50 quality, genuine Japanese Mocha
driving and dress gloves, choice.... ........... ,60c
GLOVES Any cpair at The' Hub, including our $2 arid $2.50
grades, variety so vast description is impossible, choice. OOc
All Our 50c and 75c lines, choice.,... ,i20c
All $1 and $1.25, Umbrellas, choice...... 40c
The finest Umbrella at The Hub, none reserved, choice..;. OOc
Odds and Ends
$5 all-wool Vests, only 50 in the lot, your choice. ........ ..lOc
Odd Coats, worth up to $10, a grand cleanup, at. ........ .$1.05
A thousand pairs, including the genuine, grade of "President's,"
11 . '..
Full size SUIT CASE, imitation kangaroo and alligator, steel
frames and extra strong, $5 values" ... , .... . . .T. . .$1.50
The finest SUIT CASE in our store, worth up to $10, none re
' served; all solid leather, and choice. .$4.00
Come and carry the stuff away at once. The world has not seen great
er style or more perfect fits. The garments are worthy of any
back in Portlandfit forany banker in the town.