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Tii2 dncc:i daily joumiAi; rcnixAiip. . uciiday evening, January
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The Holy CIit
'eaAbU and Adolul
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TliKNuhritlu iorlat of Oram WhtoB
now has ovr i members will hoM their
'V charter open until after th peat meev
" lne whlrh' will be held, at John Minn
. lug offlc, fifth floor of the Kenton
. - hinxk rrtibi trantnr A SDeclal In
vttation la extended to all peron who
formerly lived In Nebraska to meet with
the relet? at that time. T Th aoclety Is
f a roe la 1 snd literary, character and
'""' haa a speolalworli for the perU of. the
Uwli and Clark fair. . It expect to open
headquarter aa a meeting place for the
visitors to tb fair and oiirlng the next
few mnmhi furnish to the people . of
""Nebraskf reliable "Tn'formatloB coocenv
iiM the, fair anev tha State of . Oregon.
Airy, person now living In Oregon who
formerly urea in jveor
1 a member. - . . ' ' '
y mass meeting la to be h4 at St
-. Johna thl evening to consider change
- sua-eeeted In the elty charter, which
wa drawn by committee of the city
V council, rompoeed of TV J. Monanan.
D. Hughes and W H.' Hurlburt. aMlated
" by- T. J-Devlin. The St. John Com
j merclal club purpose making changee
-- to the effect that th bonded debt shall
. ' not exceed t per cent of the valuation,
. that the Ux levy shall be limited .ta 1
mill and that there shall be -no civil
aervlce- or -prlmary-eleotlon provlsione ta
' It. The meeting wa called by Mayor
Cook, to get' an expression of opinion.
' and after the charter I mad to.eon
; Jorro with thl sentiment It will be put
, tn ahapf for presentation to the legis
lature., ..-. ') ,:'-'lfy
','".' Patrol Driver 'John H.Prlc' wa not
' . among the crowd of poker player art.
1 rested last ' Saturday, . night by Sheriff
" Word in th raid on "Jack" Blaster'
..First street saWn - In th printed list
of those arrested was ih nam of J.
.', Price, end the petrol-driver has been
worried nearly to death by' people ask
' " Ing Mm if he held a "flush" when the
sheriff arrived, or. If -the earda up his
player before the Jail waa reached.' To
all whom It may concern, 'John H. Price
wishes to atate that ha wa. not play
ing poker-- at any place or time last
;"f Not "until neaCtht'-tlme'for'the next
' council meeting, a week from Wedne
deywUl th-special bridge commute
. have Its - report ready. ' Chairman
Rumalln state th member of th com-
; m)tte ar. working on the subject,' and
that they will hve It finished before
the meeting. The. scope of the document
rs net- suggested by strntoment ef any
one of th committee, nut th assurap-
-lion la general -that 4he -committee will
speak In detatt- of every point 'that- ha
been raised relative to the bridge,. -rr-
"Epworth" Is the nam given to th
Methodist-Bplscopel church' whleh
; ha been organised In North Portland by
' . fi Mf Menrw T Atklnann. A mMtlnf
-i-wit held yesterdsy and an address was
, i deliveredOy-T aV-MeDanlel. president
T" of th.. MtThot r rhun.h .t.n.in
Meeting of , th. otew organisation, will
- -i be held In the church -building .on
Twenty-third street' between- Hoyt and
r I Irving tTet.-, 7tX7-:--
; ') No c3ew has been found to lb where
vaboute of. Mr. Marie S. Sailor, who flis
appeared mysteriously while attending
"7 masquerade ball at Skaraokawa.
Wash.. 1 day" ago. : Diver ar tlll
' j searching the Columbia rjver Into which,
. ah is supposed to hav fallen. It was
"r reported yesterday that a . strand of
woman'a hair was found hanging to
.th dock 'through which th. woman If
v auppoaed to have fallen.
: t The old reliable Hedgln Corn Cure,
old by Albert Bern I, the druggmt. Bee
, bnd and Washington, will remove that
corn when, every other so-called "corn
. ur fall.. A-. trial wUl prove 4hl -aa-
eeruan, ana siso convince you that
' - Bernl's drug store la th plao to depend
f A big fill i to be mad on Grand ave-
nue from Stark street to a point I6t'fet
nortn. inia improvement I neceaaary
, - to i permit i vehlclea to approach th
Morrison street brldn from Btark. rsak.
. , Pin and other streets along h water
,' l- iroai on :Tnetr'iae.-r : r; . .i j"s
y.i 4 ' , '.'' -aBaSSBSSBSSsa- . '
. ' Restlessnea of mind and body is dna
i general nerve weaknes. c.'C C
.Tdnlo wfll our it . For sals by Knight
:urug vo. - - -
j Great Reduction During th present
. dull season In. my line, and In order to
- keep air my tailor, busy. I am making
THIS ;WEEK ' . . ,
i -TRY OUR
Fresh " Roasted Every Day;
' 170 THIRD STREET -
', Phone Main .
, Btwn Morrison and YgmbiH ;
uo th balance of my eholoe- stock ef
winter woolens at almost oot. of ma
terial and making. Should you need a
suit or overcoat nicely made, pleas call
and look over goods and get my prices.
Armstrong, Tb Tailor, tX Washington
street. - .- k - .-- z
The' legislature's tneetin' in the old
. . willametle town, .. .l.. ....... ,
An' the chahce are somebody will git
: hit. -V . - -
'Cause there are a lot of feller who ar
prsncin' up an,'. down t : - .
'A shouUn' Ilk th mischief, 1 art
, if,;.', i - -:., r -
When the amok of battle's risen an' the
... T.i wounded eome to view, it
'Excitement dead, and burled ar their
dream. . , ..
Let them send their orlmao -garments
. where they're .made as bright as
''-! nsw ...
- An the polish; of the linen fairly
gleam.v "."..''. -J
Th -Union Laundry palac upon weeond
,f-:- street's th plaoe - . - ' ; ,i,.
Where happy , people make apparel
- clean . v-
A th df wdrops of th mornln' shlnlii'
, ' as an angel' face . v.- ..
flhlnln' brightly as th brightest U
ver1 aheen. - -' r
It Ulephorle I Main-li,-ad- Its
wagon tklp everywhere on a moment'
notloe. Tou Just give that laindry on
trial, and: you'll nevr, quif It, :
v C C. C Toolo restore health-to ex
hausted'' body and mind. V For aal by
Knight. Drug Co. ' . ..i, ,
Pool tournament, . Reddlck' Billiard
Hall tonight .i,,,-,...-;-
Try Peacock Buckwheat' Flour, Tw
will be convinced' that It la delicioua. .
If'yoa hav anything to sell caU up
Main teit, 111 First street. .
Pool tournament, Roddick' ' Billiard
Hall tonight. . - v " : ,
Money-saving aal Mark Show Co.
grocdr for Oolden Chddar,y
a R. Holt, dentlsW 11 Falling.
DRUNKEN H05UER --
STARTS SERIOUS FIRE
Thomas Mgftied Matchrcit Bed
r Clothe in Stable With Ex-f-
lil V- pensive Results.- : , -
drunkeiihoatier" wnt to the Port
land Livestock exchange. Fourth- and
Ankeny streets, at 11 o'clock last night,
toased a.-lighted match -upon the bed
cloth In gr according to th report made
to firemen, and' the building I almost In
ruins today. On Hundred horse nar.
rowly escaped cremation In th fir. --The-
fir broke .out In-tha sleeping
apartment of the he tiers on the second
story. Tb flame--spread quickly, and
-soon th entire building waa enveloped.
The fir department responded within
three minutes from th time the alarm
wa sounded, and soon had three stream
of water playing on the-f Ire.
Th alarm waa turned la by -William
Kindness, an, employe. The, terror--etrloken.
homes, ' released by employes
nd otHrs, rushed madly through the
"i" "n,f herded together. ; - - r
Th los U eetlraeted 1st IMaa.-a-h
-f bunding ww-tha--rwpr4pc th Bu
state, and wa- seriously damaged. It
contained laxx quantities of hay. and
other feed material. - Nearly all, the
horse belonged Ho physicians. -
TO COUNT-PORTLAND'S '
: ' . -SCHOOL CHILDREN
- B, rj." Roblnon"iand Oeorg- Tuttl
hav been appointed school census mar.
shala by Secretary H. 8. Allen- of th
city board of education and three addi
tional '-marshal win be chosen tni
week. ' Th work will be don tinder -the
supervielon of Secretary ' Allen.-
- Mr. Robinson wilt cover -that portion
of th city on tha weat aid of th river
from Morrison street, south, while Mr.
Tuttl will lake th census of tb chil
dren from- MorHeen treet -worth, -v They
beean their work thl morning.
-. Th three Additional marshals, who
will receive their appointment thl
weak, wilt wofk on th east side of the
river.- It I expected that It I will take
at laast a month befor th work is com
pleted. Last year the number of school
children between 4 and 10 year .or age
wa '.over 41.06 and the number thl
ysar Is expected to reach lt.000. f.i
HOWARD GOULD WILL " U
: ' SUCCEED EDGAR BAUME
. Vv ' - ' '
: Maracer Ballard haa definitely n-l
gaged Howard Oould. at present leading
man of the MaJeauo stock company tn
San Francisco, to ucoed Edgar Baum
a leading man of th Columbia Stock
company. The Journal, announced tnis
a. probability aeveral day ago.
jar, wuai Mm vii v uv mbw mvwi, v.
th coast, and. B player of long xperl
no. -That no wui oecome a lavorito
locally I a foregon conclusion, - al
though play-goer generally will feel re
gret at missing Mr. Baum from th
east. Th latter goe to hi ranch to
till' th soil, which I hi favorite pur
suit, aalde from acting. Of th latter
he says he has had a ufflcleney for on
season. ... 'v
Mr- Oould wilt-open, ere on Jamjery
ft In th fare comedy, "Th 'Barber
Shop." v- . : y . -
! ;r i- ROOF ROBS A MAN
IauI Qllbert asked for lodging at the
Salvation Army poet. -4 1- North Second
atreet, last night and hie reaueat waa
granted. Shortly after he wa arrested
for (testing t Xrom th nothing of A
man who was -sleeping in th asm
room.-" -.., ,
H i said to hav been seen taking
the money. Police Officer Courtney
and Jones were detailed on th case and
placed Gilbert under - arrest ' on - th
charge of larcny. - . .
Mr. and Mr. W. P. Rud of Gardiner.
Or., ar guest at th Portland.
Charle M. Sag of Baker City la la
Portland today; -
Mra. Emma Hick and daugtiter. Alle
ere at -the Portland from Spokane.
' P. B. Watte, a well-known atockman
of Roeburg..l at th Perkln for the
day. . ( ' - - -
Henry E. McGinn returned today from
a visit of several week In Loa Angeles.
Cat,' with'' hi parent. Mr. and Mr.
Charle McGinn. , Mr. McGinn says the
moat common subject of conversation
throughout 1 southern California la the
probing Into land fraud and th Investi
gations by th local county grand Jury.
Paper there devote much space to th
''preferred Meek Oaaaad fjoodaV
Allen 4k Lwla' Beat Brand,
Olympia Will Leave forOrient
f Jhis Wjek With Supplies "
V for Mikado. , v
CARGO FURNISHED BY " . . I
- FIRMS IN PORTLAND
Captain Laughs at Stories That
. He Would Jun Blockade
"'-r- i-r-.at Vladivostok. 77-
v .?, ;.-..;jru.,1 .' . ; ............ t'-v.., ,
More than 1509 ton of oata'and beef
will be taken f rom Portland on the
American ateamshlp Olympia to Japan
for th mlkado'a army. Tb mgjoy, por
tion of th oat product will b sup
plied by Kerr, Gilford Co. Had not
Its' plant burned, the Union Meat com
pany would have furnished tb beef. ' It
la believed that enough of the product
can be secured from other firm to mak
out tha shipment. . - Th steamer . wUl
clear for MoJI for order. -
Th Olympia reached -port last night
from Puget sound. Contrary to expecta
tions, sh dM not bring a pound of cargo
from he north. The vessel la In1 com
mand of Captain Weaver, who waa very
much amused; when he learned ef the re
port that he intended running th block
ade at Vladivostok.
."In the first place." said th captain
thl morning, "such a feat would be Im
possible, for the reason that th Si
berian port Is not and haa not been
blockaded by the Japanese or any one
la. Secondly; ItwouM be Impossible
for a steamer to reach there at thla time
of year on aoooont of th Ice. ' W ar
under charter to load fur th Japanese
" Tb vessel will take ,cargo at Mont
gomery dock Na 1, and If all goe wall
she -will leave Wednesday. Nearly all
of her cargo la now at th dock waiting
xor pr. ., ... ;
- Th Olympia I more than 100 feat In
length, but narrow, and small looking
when compared with th oriental liner
under charter to the Portland ft Asiatic
Steamship company. 8 ho I of 1.7M ton
net register, but 1 capable of carrying
,000 ton, of ordinary freight. She 1
owned by th Northwest Steamship com
pany of Tacoma, and for the past year,
until '.November 1. haa been plying be
tween : Puget sound and. Nome, When
taken 'off that run-In th fall she-was
laid up at Eagle Harbor. - Prior to her
ngaging tn the Alaska trade tha steam
er wa o Derated by "the Northern Pacific
Railroad company between Puget aound
and tha far at--..---'.'-;-,--;-.;;'-f---
; f O BAY CITY FIRM, t;
mepatra o Predfer Chinook : Wta
' , Wad at 'SM rraaelMO. : :
- Th contract-ToTjPirlng4h Owhrm
bla - bar dredge. Chinook ha been
awarded to the Risdou Iron AY Engineering-
Work of San Francisco, whoa bid
was $21.81.-mor than $4,000 lea than
any bid submitted by local contractors.
The dredge may leave for th Bay City
this week. - Th California firm agree to
mis weea. , jne vaniornia n. .'" disbursing quartermaster, for supplying
put th ,hlp In good condition. In tSTT for hlpment to Manila. x In- th
on hana sutnetent 4 place and
A matter now stand, there may do
keep her in commission. - Major Lang-
fltt stated thl morning, however,' that
h feeds rather eonndent that an appro
priation for prosecuting th -work at th
mouth of tne river win ne lnciuaea in
th elvl sundry bill. - In that event tha
Chinook . will renew dredging In 4h
spring. - , '"' .'.' A-
The- majority of the shipper ar In
dined to, take an optlmlatlo view rela
tive to the action which ooagresa'majr
tak -concerning the river .and : harbor
bill. They believe aom provlalon will
be mad for continuing th . aaveral
nrolect along the Columbia and WU
lamette rivers on which th government
haa already expended . large auras of
money. . They say It. would be , very
unbuslness-llke procedure for all work
on these enterortse to be dropped.
Jfno-Jfunda are forthcoming tti
aid that th Port of Portland will be
obllaed to maintain a good channel from
thia city to the sea. A th rlvar I in
better shap than It haa been for years,
not such, '' great amount , Of ' dredging
will hav to be oon aa la usually id
caa-.-."?- "';-' f ' ' ' .' : t ,.r, y
Oaiy On aVooal rtrm Bid am May a
i Oats for Manila. . . '
Alber Bros.Mnilng company ta th
only local firm to aubmlt a tonder for
supplying government forag for ship
ment to Manila. - Th government aaver
tised for bids on. 0.860 tons of timothy
hayand 4,560 ton of oats. - Bid were
opened simultaneously thl morning at
a . ;
To be produced at the i Co-
.. JUUIUHlr IIIWUBvyUWVtmUS .
j - 'week, . f beginninj V. Sunday,' j
. '.January. 8. ;' ; r ;,;' ;
2 Book containing the play, as i
A ate eha . filnnnKfe W
i J. K. GILL CO. I
- ' Booksellers and ,
' " . . Stationers"'
J ; THIJP AND ADER
Porttanil'i Greatest Bool Store
' 1 V '
:- - . - - -.i- , . '
! Creat Wln it Uttie Prices
Portland. San Franc Uco, Seattle, . Ta
eoma and New Tork. .. - j .
Th local firm agreed to furnish th
hay at tlt.to a ton, and th oat at
I21.J0 a ton. ,In th propoal-4t-4'
plained .that j th grain I a variety
known as Minnesota whit oat, which
will be doubl sacked and delivered at
Portland from. Minneapolis wtthln reach
jof'th ship's tackle at th'' company's
dock at 889.60 m. ton. -Delivery at the
vessel will be mad . at tha rat of 800
tone a day within 10 daya after tha
awarding of )he contract.
- It U agreed by th company to com
press th hay to a density of 88 cublO
feet per ton In squar bale, and th
quality of hay will b th beat obtain
able. - Three fourth of it will consist of
timothy and on fourth of clover, alfalfa
or other grasses. ' It will be delivered
at tha rate of 100 ton a day after th
data of acceptance. " . -n
Should Albera Bros, be given the can2'
tract it . will probably mesh' that a
couple of government transports will be
sent to Portland, It will require two
steamer of average carrying capacity
to handl th shipment. ; . -. "'
. lVf & MARINE NOTES. ;
Astoria, Jan. I. Arrived down " at
0:80 a. m., schooner Joseph Russ.
' Arrived at 10:60 a. m., steamer George
W, Elder, from San Francisco. . .-.
Ouuld at t m., a four-masted
schooner. ' ,' ' ..v, '
t Arrived during tti"Blght, ' steamer
Harrlaon. from Nehalem.
Left up at ll:to a. m., Prench bark
Eugenie Fautral. - , - -.
Ban Franclaco, Jan. 0. Arrived at I
a. m., tamr Columbia.' from . Port
land. .'.(.'., ....-.',
. Astoria. Jan; Arrived during tha
night, tug 8a Foam, from Orayg Har
bor. ' -' '' . :.-.-:;';. , ,
. Arrived down at and aalled at 10:40
a.- m., steamer Alliance,--for Eureka and
Coos bay, and atearaer F. . A. Kllburn,
for San Francisco and coast porta.
- Arrived down at 0 a. ra. and sailed at
4 p. m., schooner Mabel Gale, for San
Franclaoo. : - :
Arrived af 10 a. m., steamer Elmore,
from Tillamook. .
Arrived at ,nbon and left up.' steamer
Olympia, from -Seattle. . ' ' , - j
- Ban Francisco, Jan. 8. Sailed kt,, 8 p.
m., steamer Aureus, for Fortland.
' January T. Sailed at 6 p. m., steamer
Despatch, for Portland. -
Astoria, Jan. . Condition of " tha
bkr at t a. m.. smooth; wind, northeast
weather, clear. ..
. ' Astoria, Jan. Ethelson arrived at
noon from' Ban Franotacp, '
"ALONG THE WATERFRONT."
-The -steamer- -Baileys Gataert haa
moved from tha Portland Shlpyarda to
th foot of Aldef street, where she will
be eaulpped with a new boiler She will
go on her run between here and Tha
Dalle tn th spring.- when sh will be
the swiftest boat on the rlver-?----.
The etearaee- Roanoke-le- expected to
leave San Francisco for Portland soon.
Sh will ply between her and Eureka
ana way porta in opposition vt in jii
Uance. Here her InteresU I will be
looked after by th WesUrn Fuel Sup
The French bark Eugenld Fautrel left
Astoria this morning and 1 expected to
reach her tomorrow. . .? . ; : -4 ..
On January it bid wllFb opened in
th offlc of Capt. J ease. M. Baker.. local
soeclftcatlon It Is stated that- 1,080
animate ar needed at the- Island. ' A
government- hfeedlng r farm - has been
started tber. . - ''-,' "T
ARRANGE FOR ASSEMBLY
OF LEWISES AT THE FAIR
,'..1. - - -I .
' Th- tyal . Lwla lgion ' haa ap
nolnted Prof. H. H. Herdmann of this
city chairman of th zcutlv commie
tee which, will maaa, arrangement ror
the celebration of -. Lewi day at th
Lawl and Clark axposltlon next August.
Professor Herdmann, ha appointed nv
additional member of ts lewle so
ciety of thla city to aot on tha commit
tee. They ar John M. iwia, it. it.
Lewi. ' A. T. Lawl. Charlee A. Lewis
and Robert Jewett Lewi. '
Th committee will hav complete
cbarceof Uie arrangement. They will
act. In conjunction with the fair man
agement to mak th celebration one of
th principal function of tn fair. xt ta
estimated that several thousand mem
her of th Lewi family wUl attend th
li'At the last meeting of th society
v t.l..Uavw Ml ,hMl. Mm.
CALVIN IS BUSY AT
. .OFFICES IN PORTLAND
Off.clala at th gnral of floes of th
Oregon Railroad 4k Navtgattoa company
are wondering who haa been personating
E. E. Calvin at San Francisco. A local
publication state that he haa been at
San Francisco several days, out nan
kent carefully out of alght and departed
yesterday 'Tor - Loa Angele to meet
Jullu Kruttachnltt Th story t true
eo fsr aa it aaya Mr. Calvin ha kept
out of alght at San Franclaoo. He ha
not bean away from Portland, and la
attending to bualnea aa usual today .in
his offlc har. .-.
No news ha been received regarding
th appointment of a general manager
for the Southern Pacific system, and th
question remains on for lively specu
lation in 'local railway ciruee.
- Annual Meeting Tomorrow.
Members of th .First Unitarian ao
clety and all who ar in any way inter
eeted in th liberal faith . ar cordially
Invited to attend tha annual meeting or
tha aoclety at . the church parlors to
rommow ' (Tueaday) vnlng, at which
time th annual report of the trustee
and th various committee will be pre
sented. ' - - .
Th annuarreporta which will ba read
at thla time Indicate a moat encouraging
condition of th aoclety, a growing mem
be ran In with Increased attendance and a
deep Interest on th part of all. whll
th financial condition of th cnurcb t
extremely satisfactory to all who hav
Its welfare at heart. "
Aa xhes annual meeting . partake
largely of a soelal a well aa a- balnn
function. It la earnestly hoped every on
Interested la any way whatsoever will
mak it a point to b present.
At th close f th bustnee session
refreshments will be eerved. and th re
mainder ef th evening will be made th
occasion for a -closer acquaintanceship
among those In attendance. - .
HAINfeS PETITIONS TO '
HAVE NAME CHANGED
': (Jearsel gpectal gerries.) '
- La Grande. Or Jan. Th people of
Halnee, lomtle east of her, hav cir
culated a petition to hang th nam
f that town from Halnee to Hot Spring
on account of th advantage to the plao
owing to a Sanitarium to be erected
there. , . -. ,
Th petition ties been algnad by moat
of th people and will eom be to re this
session of th leglslstur. '
GiSZ 'FuIiEi .
m BEALTII COACO
Not 'Enough, Money Has Been
Provided for Collection and
? ' Proper Reduction.
NEW FURNAClO AMONG Vv
V.'X-if iMPEftAtiyE NEEDS
T - ...... ,i .--H'-im. .
Or. CardweU - Reappointed ' by-
Mayor, and Dr. Slocum
A Made Assistant Physician.
DrrMa H. Card wall waa reappointed
a member of the city board of health to
day by Mayor Williams, for term of
three years. . Tb mayor stated that
there had , Seen others seeking th ap
pointment, but . b waa satisfied with
Dr. CardwaU... '.'...-;.'.'.. .-
The board ef health ,1 . determined
to provide for th proper consumption
of th cttys garbage. Th member
declare that a serious' problem I fac
ing Portland; that It will be impossible
to handle the garbage with: the preeent
plant. . and 'consequently thai old ' fur-
naoee will hav to be repaired, and
new plant built.
- A resolution was passed recommend
Ing the city council to- grant anad
dltlonal Appropriation of 810.000 ovet
th annual ' estimate of 184.600 to be
kpent In - repairs and erecting, a - new
plant. . - :. - :' f
R. Roblnaon. manager ef the' Robin
so iv Construction company? who built
th "cramatory, waa preeent on Invi
tation of Mayor Williams, ..and est!
mated th coat of repairs at 86.000
new crematory, 80,604. Aa the estimated
expenaea of th department for 1006 are
884.600 and the running, expenaea' will
amount to . 118.000, there -will not be a
sufficient amount to mak the repairs
and build. The-um of 810,000 addi
tional la thought to be sufficient.'
On of th prblems which th board
haa to wrestle with I th consumption
of th garbage from the exposition. It
wsa anggested tha exposition should be
made to pay for th-rductlon- 0t It s
own refuse and - audi action may d
favorably considered.' "" i r-
Mayor Williams stated" that In all
propablllty - tha legislature would
sn act to allow the city to-establish
garbage department similar to th street
department, in which case th city .will
hav compUt charge of the collection
aa well aa the reduotlon of th garbage.
Thomas-K.- Hume, elty plumbing In
spector.,, reported . that the Inside Inn
for , th exposition which 1 to be
brought from St, Louis, will not 'con
form to th city ordinance. He .'stated
th plumbing In the building would-be
defective; all other-bulldlnga conformed
with - the city regulation. ' The matter
waa left In in hand of Mr. Hum.
- Dr. S. C. Slocum waa appointed ae-
alatant cltr. bhralclan. - - .
Mra. Ellen Tout, matron of the' small
pox hospital bad her compensation fixed
at 840 per month, Jrlth-880 additional
for the first patient, and 810 additional
for every additional patient until her
compensation reached 1100 per month.
when ah -will be given an -assistant;
. Bvonr BauoABB satbi
- taaeelal Dispatch t The JearsaL)
' Tekoa. Wash., Jan. . Th residence
of Fred Kelnbaum caught fir yesterday
tn th absence- f tbe family from a, de
fective flu. - A bucket brigade saved th
ham. Th roe M 6200.
iTAJU BBM08TTAXT BIBS.
(Jesraal Speelal Servke. "
, Holyhead, Jan. . Th Earl of Demon
talt died auddenly here today whll on
Ms way horn to Tlppersry, Ireland.
Eiidnd Auction uooms
211 FIRST STREET
Auction Sal of Household Furniture
at Our Sglearooma,
TUESDAY, JANUARY 10
' jo A. M. SHARP.
Letter test reeelved frost Mr. 0. BoAaas,
an It explains Itself: - ' - -
- -' Betel fleanie, Seattle, Weak., Jaa. T, '06.
Pertlaad Asctloa Rooms. '
111 rtrst at.. Portias, or. I -
mtleewe: AS Dronlaad. I ssi Madia ye
the key ef my resfdeaoa. sad kladly ssv the
fomlttira eat as soea a Maslble (Monday, If
yoa eaa). a aa to sail It mm yew Teeaday
le. I wave sere meay w vereo. aer
intaaa atartlne ta tHialneas. ' Make the re.
ms sa sooa ss pnealhle, a I ran set the
ease, IIU, gVERYTHINn. see the aweey.
Kladly seed siy trvska by rrrlflit to Everett,
wasan aa ya wiu ooiige, yoers iraiy.
-, : ., w. tiuraiaw.
W win m , the' entire outfit te oer eel
for eonenleaee. a ad will eosaewi
sramptiy at 10 e. - am. Tneseay. ssa will go
o eelltsg seal every arnrie la amo. as w want
to SMiefklsi tke cask Tl KRDAT MIGHT. To
aiee yea sa ides ef wkit te te tee k as
won Id take a eolamn. eat there sre soaM Imii-
rlfat rwkere. - spholateeedi- koeetlft ask ko.
room suites: soMe SMbogsny raraltare; steel
ran, nearly sew; eak llntn ekalra, we
kede. stdeseard: silk tlnss statu iiaany bsejbaa
ffurnttttre: wardmhe: - laeo eurtalns: aiaatel
beds; rail ton eeek: walaat odd beds; center
tables; beating stovssi a ad everyUlag for the
Attead tkta sale. It sill he worth year whll.
We here so taawe en any article I tb store.
It eoee sot suttee wast price It arts,
win sell It.
T OH iu L0WI1V-A
tborsday Next. JANUARY 1 2
." ;' .'. ' At Salearooma V v--'..
si I First Street, 10 A, Mv Sharps ';
eao-wttl have ea Wedneedar,
lMrcesMi.- a lO-rmm aoeae ef faralror a ad
flttlncs. remove from the east side for ena-
venlenee. asd It Inrhides sonte very fine pleeee.
Atten this eale oat Tbaraoay. as If roe need
faraltnre we will save yon sweay. Attend
III first St.. an eny Tnsoday aad Tkanday.
wkleh will ke ear resnlar a art tea days, keep
year eye es ear adeerneaawata and eness te
ear anetloa reon and get aceealnted wuk the
way we oe.saatneea. .
. AW -. mi , a wai i,, aeeaeeesv.
' .OLD HOSS SALE
Removed toT Our Salesroom
' Convenience) sit Fint St
M eleees ef kacrare froai' fse H. '
Oo and the N. P. Terattsal Cm. will k
wltheat resrrve the above sate.
; -'t'S A. LOWIT. Aectioi
aTOTB Sale at stmt
r fall varae ta eaah fee aai kiad
araJkar or kawaehoia good, rf yw
hare anytfcla; to aeU esol Bp s-
U WAV JkW VTAwBT BVOaus - W.
OVRAD APPBAHS MILT
S030SIS Is the WcrlcTs
SOLE A0ENTS -':.
Th Shoss That
; Are flsds to
Rt ths ;f-:-r
Ftt of Men. '".
- r jna
WATwraoOFma amp pas
P0 THB SOLIS o BHOta.'
SOtSS, AND ADDS
wtut DtiaAsiijrr, .spoil;
OR OatASI, SASLV
APfUBD, . DKIES OUlCkXV.
tOON TO MEN UNO W0MCN WHO
0I8UKI WEARIHft RUBBERS.
Smuts tin ckiUtm llokt too. -
st Drag er
Keep lat IMfA".'
-' Bend for folder---contain- I
ing endorsement from par
con in thl city who us it.
It permiasiblo in some few cases.
but to forget FELLOWS when
you order meatsor groceries is
unpardonable. Fellows . keeps
nothing - but r the .best - and bis
prices are just as low as good
goods can be sold for. Some spe
cula: "'""'-v..'-. ; --:-- '.v
IT lbs. try Granulated Sugar, "1
;, 35 ,
Pound Baker's Premium Chooolate.'
.'. 20 -:.'
Can Baker's or OhlrardelH'e Cocoa.
7.:.. . a."
8 bottlea flStder'a Beat Catsup, --v
,.;T '-'.". :' '."15 -"' ' r- -
8-lb. pkg.T Pyramid Washing Powdef.
' It bare Oood Laundry SospL ",.
-', Pound Best Gloaa Starch." -v - -
at ' .-
l-lb." packag Pure Corn Starcav-
; 25 -
: Pound good Gunpowder Tea. - )y
Pound - fresh . roast Cesta Rica Coffe.
! 374' Washington Street ;
Quick Delivery. Phone Main 2596
To Real Estate Men
We offer, a choice 5-acre- tract
suitable -for -platting t-' location,
Hawthorne avenue and 48th St,
on O. W. PvCo. car line. Price
reasonable; easy terms if desired.
' 109 THIRD ST.
Saiwm aa4 Moa Oosaptota i
."iv BwT ta th Borthweav
Bottled Beer a Specialty
1 VBaVBPBMB ' Be. Ta, --..
Uth aad BaraaMe
The Arc&dc Thestrc
TerUssd's Pajaear TanlivtU Tkeawe.
', V. ' ItT?V TV ""'.'
I I.t I " . '.-
- 'r --'" . ,
pv i - :
; f r
tH TKIS XCJ VT-VO
in nNi sucrj i
Portlande - v .
;;;;' ENTIRE: r-:.-:
PerKina E;tel :.
; 08 AXB BT
.Olds, Wort man King. ;
Woodard. Clark Co. - '
VaDduvnw Walton, JTr '
W.-J. Fullam. 2(1 Morrison.
. Beutgen 4k Fearey. t Motw
rtson. street. -
CkKldard - Kelly Bhoe C.
Sixth and Wsshlnaton. -
KMX TO ,
Bhoe Co.. -lfth ataol
Wash In at on sis
B. Rich. Hotel
And by- an-to-dat shoe
deslers, druggists snd gen
th northwest. -Egeert,
Young. Cw, 11
Third street. -
all claimed for It .f not, your money back.
; . - Trad Supplied by r' -. -
'.. 1 Manufacturer' a Agent '. )"- -
gggOhaaahay of Oommeraa, Vosrtlajkfl,
steed STO. - -
- ,A. . Bella, tassee
vlB thl weak,- autlSa getnrday.'
Tas -greatest nredectloa et the yes
, r '
Tke Mgteet popnlar4rtee ittraetlna ever ef-
red la tbe el. Order nor seats NOW.
newa-towa-efSea, S2T Morrtsoak epe all day.
Pheae Mala 110. - After T p. sa. at tbaatre.
Mala 811. BuUr Columbia nrteae..
Order seats by pheae Mala HI.
Klght prieea, 15o. 85e. Sse. 80;.
, MaUaMS kalf price. .
The Jonas Is effr The
Tttalfbt, Tneeday and Wednesday Blghta, '
The tore Kmneree mt ttemuny, '
Til, Dlreetloa BraaiUiarat ACorrte. 'i
Rudolph and Adofpsi
Tke lsogkleet ever, everything op te eata.
. New M nal, Oaaeea. geagsOrlsiaal. ..
-r Taafedar. Ftldar aaa sa tardar
lAaeela i. Carter's popular slay, .
Two Little yVsxMa
THX COaAND TflSATIXD
' WEEK Or. JANUARY'S, '. ' .
' All New Thlags! ' '
XO eUTOKLni AU11 U. ,
'. OOaTOBB'B XOa IIOW, .
Kara Let ef Tralavd t'anlnee. r-r;-'
' - BT. OXAZB Ago OAUbS1VbV .
MaaanroDS Wire line.
WOmOAAT ABB cauarraoa, , .
..leifhable tieaiey Kketr. ' 'f
' - ITOaB MeOOtstiOat. . ,- ,
Ventrlloqulat. ' ,
.-...-.'-'- -V OOOX AATS OAKBS. '--'
, Siaflns snd DanHn Aerobat.
" : . . IOLMI8 ABB DBAST. .
' Hleh'laaa Mixlral ArTt.ta.
Km. Axr iooui iw goarB
' "Way lxn-t They riay With Ms V
- (a) At Mukden. v
lb) Raee fae a gtaa.
(ef kUdcete ef Myateey. ete.
Aanilaaioa, aay eaet. 10c Babseata, Is.
Third and YeatMH et- Kterrtng riaue. Uttm.
A Larfsat VandeTtlle Itnaae tm Aaterte.
. 1W TOBK COMIPT TovS.
... iWZLSCg i BtAITLalTD, ,
..,- THE THHES AJtf IOjgS,"""-'"'
, v T1TE TE1U AsTOa.
: ,j flXirXTTE MAasOALk ' ...
.;-,''; 4 J-w. wood5 , ..- "
Atolsslea le. PertersMaeee 8.80, f :. :X
THE LYRICTHEA TRH
Seveatk and AMer Streets. - Tkki Weekt
tax iHiii no a woods.
IC SOTO, , . , ,
: DOBA SALX. ',"'; t - ,
raiTg alls,. '.'.v.'.
TOM WUI. '-. s v - '
- TWOMAt W. BAT.
TalB VITAaCOPC. '
Perfnrneneea 8 M to 4 i, t Wh) M:M. B. .1
iv eesovao sisaar. . .
lath .. Op.
Mtrat-Aee a Bowata.
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w ft rs ..a.
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falAOTi. , ;
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frata a to 4.SU. Iranian
T te 10:8. Sunday eoetlneeue tress S ie M M,
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