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"lb. Sweetest Girl la 1
y.-r'- To nlu funds forScajidlnnvlan day,
! . July it, at tke i-ewia and Clark fair, an
entertainment-wiU -be . given in Arlon
1 ball on the evening of May 1. The en'
rtaineaentrwtU -be- t -ChaTSe- Of
.Scandinavian day fair committee. The
' following program has, beea. pi-epared
i ' , for . tha oecaalon: Overture, archeatra
Introductory remarks. Consul E. M. Ce
darbergb; moot, ""skonn aiaj. dwniib
" ' Hinging Club Columbian address. Conaul
.' IfVW.-Elsen; plsnovsolo. "Alpengock.
Chen," Mrs. O. A. Jensen; soprano soio,
' selected. Miss Lillian Mar carat Kieen
addreae. Bar. J. W. Nervlg; . baritone
solo. "Over tha Ocean Blue." Mr. W.
. Hanson; address. Bar. a. Grill:' vocal
ut, "Ilarpor-pelet pa Schylla." Messrs.
i Borqulst and Ingleatad; viojin soio, ee-
1 acted. Mlaa Elala Larson: address, nay,
T C.JL Ran bard; song; Sunrtae Bwedtsh
. Singing Club Columbia; vocal duct.
; --Whan I Am Away From Tou, Dear,
Mlaa Lillian Margaret Elaan and Thomaa
If j W. Ray; tenor solo "Good-Night,- Be
it -Gloved.. Good-Nia-ht." Thomas W. Ray
t - recitation. seloctedr Judge Waldemaf
I - Baton; "BJorkane Viae," arrangement bjr
- Edward Boyse, Ivar Akeratrom and Mra.
Bessie Appelgren. - y.-.;vv'i :'
. i . While searching a wrltlns-deek whera
.ha bad been aocuatomed to storing xeep-
- aakea In hla vounrer days. J. Alton Har
' .rlaoa. agent for the .Lewis River and
- Vancouver Tranaportatlon - ompanla.
. draw fartb a irallow nlaoa of Dkoar con
tain In f a crtnud llat of tba roembara of
tha fourtn aaaaloa of tba-California.
i ' .auta lcdalatiira. Above tba namea of
I ' tba meinbara appeared tha explanatory
! , Una; "Convened at yaiiajo. January. ,
, Ktl, and adjourned to Benicia, rtora
inr I. 1M." Amona tba namea wai
that of bla father, W. Karri eon. who
'croeaed tha plalna from Mlaaiaatppt In
.ltit gyldewUr the membera-had to
alva the date of their arrival. in Call
" fornla, from what auta they hailed, aa
i -wall aa much other Information, aa all
'of thia data la appended. There waa
" only one Republican among the It mem
- bora,' and be . waa denominated n a
-"California - Republican." The , otbera
were cleaeed aa Whlca and Democrata
- - . 1 -' aajwaaawaaMeaw . - ' . j
gan Pranclaoo wiU aend a blcycU ex
' 'curalori to the Lewta and Clark fair. The
-yi part r will be made up of N. a Farley. R.
'K OelaUlch, Lo Hampton and poaalbly
. , a-number of otbera. Promptly at lt:t
o'clock on thA afternoon of June ! the
, btcycllata win leave tne bit tr wr
' ' the- north, and expect to reach Portland
a da ye later.. For the greater part of
l the distance' thay will follow the route
- tha Southern Paclfle railroad. Mr.
- ft Irtey la Is the euetoma eerrloe at San
Franclaeo. and ent aa outline of the
: trail the party will take to A. I Pike,
- deputy collector of euatoma at thia port.
. On tha map tha d lata nee to be covered la
marked down at 77S milea, v
There will be a Shakeapearean cele-
,r brat loo .tomorrow night anntvereary of
i bnakeapeare a Birtnaay; ai ociock tn
, the Knlghta of Pytblaa hall, under the
. auaplcea of the people a forum. Tne
-,., addreaa of the evening will be delivered
. by Dr. C. H. Chapman, former president
of th .University of Oregon." Shaken-
v . Vpeereen aonga will be aung- r. , Mra,
.Roaa Blocb-Bauer. and readings xrom
ptha. afA,wUl be given. jf,. BtevenaJ
" Mr.And" Mrah. JoaepnBuehtel yeater
. day -reeelved eongratalatlona oh Uvelr
M golden wedding annlveraary at their
. - home en Forty-third street and Haw
thortie avenue. Mr. Bochtel haa been
' promlhenUy identified with mnnicipal
aKalra for many yeara, having. been at
f F. ' Anderao who has Jttet ' l
' turned from China la here "on bla' way
".' 'to attend tba general conference ' of
Seventh Day Adventlata at Washington,
; T. C. . He win ' apeak thia evening at
, vtntlat church, aat BUteenth and Ev
,.r erett .trta
O. . W. P. trolley ' trip today. to
Katacada,' -tha moat attractive outing
reoort In "the vicinity of Portland. The
hotel la. provided with the beat of ser
vice for the aopommodatloa " of Ita
gueeli Yake"- rtd tnto' the "countrH
.aaa.a ainnar at am nnci anaaoa.
Sunday trolley tripe on tha O. W.
" To MU Scott and Bast Side reservoir
cars every It mlnutea. fare t' cents. To
' Ore go City and Canemah park, every
i mlnutea.. Round trip it centa.- Sa
,.Uc'ada T:0. t:il. U:J0, 1:10, :; 75
cents round trip. -. y, -s -t-f-t i,
I. too Immigrants Wanted To locate
-- along the Oregon Water rower at Rail
way company a line between Portland
, t- and Katacada For Information Inquire
of the Oregon Water Power Townalte
company, 114 First street. Phono, Mala
. Easter at the White Temple. " Special
' music. . Floral decorations. Thlrty-flva
to be baptised. . Morning subject, "Shall
We Know Each Other at the Reaurree
' ' tlonT' Night. Dr. Broogher speaks by
. - request on -"If I Were Elected Mayor.
' . Beware of ' adulterated cream r Cut
- cans and look , for . gritty , aedlruent
Jn bottom of ; cans. , One thousand
doiiare vreerara- tor.v prow otf any
' adulteration In either Oregon Grape or
, Pactfio brands, of evaporated cream.
Katacada ' Offers Opportunities te
' manufacturers which" means vjhllliona
of dollars If properly handled. For In
formation Inquire of the Oregon Water
-Pswer:r Townalte company.? 114 First
street. Phone, Main', Hi., j-.i
1 Beat dollar spectlcles on earth, cor-
- rectly fitted by our expert optician. Ev.
err pair' guaranteed. Examination ' free
far- one week -only. "Ill lxtn treat.
. ' Metiger dc Oo, Jewelers and optlclana. ,
i For Bale Hotel dining room con-
; cession near fair grounda. 41T Cotnmer-
clal block. ., ' ' - x'
. ! i The of f Icere and membera ' of
Jst battery of Tleldjarller
The ; newest - pattarna la' Mea'aAo4
Tout ha- Suite " from fw.OO - wp- -to
- f 1 a.OO, prices marked la plain fig
ures. :- : -Y" ''
A variety of Tan Shoes and1 Oxfords
for Indies, Men. Mlaaea a4 Boys from
91.25 up to f3.0., . - ,; . . .
, Very seat patterns of Men's Panta
and tha latest styles of Hats; prices from
: 91. SO and upwards. s
.- - Men's Oolf Shirts, the latest paUerns,
, S and upwards. i s .)m -j -j .X
We guarantee value for very cent
yeu tnveal with us. , .,, i , t-
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f. -1-treret's i.toea
u."ce. ' IbM patron
i 2 uL LTra. Lm M.
x. . 1 ti U. 1 w,i and, Mra.
. . & I. rr slL ' The committee la
c . - 1 of I -atenait Frank Ran
t .1. - s ejt George K. Hall, Corporal
IUT. 1 J, Corporal E. O. Bender and
' raU!T .from a "Third street oar, be
tween i varett and Flanders streets, last
nht, Peter Nauberk, a German, aged
t years, sustained a ragged cut on tha
forehead and several severe bruises on
tae, body and llrr.be. K was found in
a seml-conacioua condition by Patrol
man KJley and taken te police head
charters ' in the patrol wagon. - There
tne old manfe Injuries were d raised by
the street railway company's physician
and he was taken la the patrol wagon
to the workman noma, at. secona ana
Davis atreets.- How . he earns to fall
from the. car, the' old man .wag unable
to explain. ' . ...
" Florien Salvan was - arrested ' on
charge of threaU to kill laat night by
Patrolman West and booked at. the. city
prison. A warrant was Issued from tba
police . court yesterday afternoon on
complaint filed by Christina SaJvan, hla
wife. The principals to the trouble live
ar.MTft Fifth streetv -s .Kv
v May WhlU waa arrested last sign
and booked at r the eity prison on
charge of larceny from the person. .She
Is accused by Carl Oustafson of staaling
lit from hla pocket In a room In the
rear "of a saloon at Second ana Couch
streets.; .... -.. .. :,V:--',,
- Steamer 'South ' Bay sails .Tuesday
evening for San Francisco. Cabin, 111;
steerage, tl; meals and berths Included.
C H. Thompson, agent, lit Third street
' Ladles' Bath Parlors; We reduce
the abdomen.- cure rhaamatlam, grip.
lame, back.,. 411 Morrison street. Hood
Dr. W. B. Hamilton has returned to
the city and wUl be at. hla office. 17 1H
RuaaelL street, at Jle usual hours.
Woodward's Dancing Academy, Burk-
hard aJttaJlJtonday.ana Thnraday evee.
Dr. U M. Thornton, dentist. Itl Mar
quam, building. Phono Mala . . .
nsley's envelope ' display. Acme) Phar
macy, .Third and Burnetts v
Oalll Itat-French resUurant, ttt Upshur
' Ask your grocer - for Gold en Cheddar,
The Journal asks who's-Wooeter 7
JOi .W. DEVER1DGE
Friend of the People The Logical
- Candida t for City Treasurer.
The name of Joseph W. Beverldge haa
bees presented to the peoplaof Portland
aa candidate lor the Republican nomina
tion of city-treasurer, and In Justice to
said nomination something; In connection
with the gentleman Who aspires to such
aa honorary position will not ho amiss.
That, everything; 4a fair and Just In poli
tic a aa old axiom: neverthel
honorable record backed by a continuous
statement of Just 'dealings, '-a clean ree
ord from boyhood to man pood days la a
factor that tha world at barge la quick
to recognise and bears' a man that Is
man In good stead. tx-
, Joseph W. Beverldge, notwithstanding
the fact that be is a laboring man and a
member of the Typographical onion, has
from early boyhood daya many admir
able traits to Indorse him if nothing
else were at stake. And these should
not 'only endear "hi a to the people of
tbla great commnnlty but should win for
him the respect and love or a commu
nity that-looks forward to good govern-1
Mr fuMhnMjihftiai1K:.BiunUn.r .fll
Ii would not bo amiss to give a short
synopsis of the early history of Mr.
Beverldge,' ehowlng tha - many tribola
tlona be went through and the manly
qualities 'that have brought him to the
position whlctThe now occupies, ' Joseph
early age of .1 years of age, being one
M a large family, aa a little boy he
decided to strike out for himself. Hav
ing lost his parents and having- sisters
dependent upon him he struck out man
fully. - Hla first employment was In a
printing office, entering the well known
firm of H. S. Crocker dt Co of Sacra
mento. California, Here he accepted em
ployment-aa- aa -office "boy. working in
those -daya It -hours a day." Realising
tha aaceaalty-ot educating himself ,-w
find, the boy. attend Inr .night school after--
hla arduous labors, from 7:1 to
p..' m. Desirous of still doing more
for his family ha-secured, a position
with newspaper carriers and - delivered
papers to hla home city for the Bulletin
and Post of Sen Francisco. We. find
htm following this occupation up to the
tender age of 1 years, when his ability
waa recognised by the Crocker foreman
and he waa delegated. to the composing
room, .a position which ha held for many
years. 'During' tbla time he' helped to
support, and educate his brothers and
slaters, all. of which today occupy re
sponsible positions In California and
Oregon. Looking for a betterment of
hla position an offer presented itself t
Portland and Mr. Beverldge, then a com
petent, mechanic,-aae Pled Ithe foreman
ship with tha printing bouse , of the
Lewis A Dryden Printing 'Co. which
he held until made isslatant manager.
When the firm changed hands he was
tendeed the foremanship of the Even
ing Telegram., which position he occu
pied with distinction for more than four
re. At that time the' well known
firm of- Busheng eV Co. made Mr. Bever
ldge an offer, a most - flattering one,
which he accepted and still occupies that
same poattlon today.. Such is the life
of Joseph W. Bfrtrertdgs. r A clean, nnlm-
peacnaoje record. Men or thia type are
the claOof material that bolld up our
government and cities. Mea of starling
Integrity . are , necessary for municipal
jrorementaj( Portland aeeka bODcal
adrainlatratlon. official , that - will do
thetr duty not In part, but wholly, on.
trammeled and fearless, then such a man
as sears the stamp, of Joseph W. Bev
erldge la not. only the logical candidate
but the man above all others that should
- ri From tbe'St. Nictwlaa, '
Rearta of cold-blooded animals - will
beat for a comparatively long time after
death ev lentoval from the body (If kept
cold and- molat. because ' of powerful
Inter-aal. eollaetkma of aevveav known as
ga aclla, whose aatomatlc Impulses cause
the regular eontractlona ef the muscleej.
SlmHar ganglia raiat la man and other
werat-blooO aaitaala. bat their actroa
Is leas prolong- - Scientists have as
certained that a turtle's neart will beat
after; removal If pat on a piece) of glass,
kept'eool end moist and revered. wMh a
hll-Jar. I believe It has been known to
t It cf even ft hoars-. If or 14 hours
v'- " 9 I
is the 'stream of money flowing
back to you ..after years of daily
depositing weekly, or , even
nonthly-r4n a, splendid Mvings
institution like this, which allows
4 per cent interest, and com
pounds that Mmi-annually. Sup
pose you do scrimp a ;bit here,
deny - yourself there, now think
of the satisfaction not so , long
hence I Call for information.
OHEGOil SAVINGS DAIiK
SIXTH AND MORRISON.
CHURCHES TO HOLD
v ; ANNUAL MEETING
Portland Prepares Interesting
; Program for Th! Wic.
The . annual meeting of tne- Portland
Association Congregational . churches
wiU begin next Tuesday evening at
o'clock at the Miaaisalppl avenue. Con
gregational church. There will bo an
ail day session - Wednesday with short
Intermissions . for . luncheon .and. dinner.
An attractive program has been pre
pared aa follows:
Tuesday evening organisation: elec
tion of moderator; 1 election of sotibe
appointment of committees; -address,
Rev. Oeo. A. Taggart; sermon, Rev. A.
M. Rockwoodi communion. ' .
Wednesday, morning Devotional ser
vice. Rev. R. M. Jones; business; paper.
"Defects In the nTvangeliatle temper
equipment of the church, Rev. Luther
D. 'Mahone; dlacuanlon; paper, . "After
the Revival,' Rev. C B, Chase; reports
irons me caun-nrw. -y ,:
Afternoon Devotional service. Rev.
John Na galls; symposlsm--Present op
portunity in the . Portland association;
Aa a city paator views it. Key. Unas.
McPherson; "As. the city missionary ap-
hends It," Rev. C F. CUpp; "As the
missionary feela it," Rev. H. N.
Smith: "As a Oerman paator known It;
Rev. J. H..' Hoop; -the woman'a hour;
greeting from the Home Missionary
union. Mra K. U House; greeting from
Woman'a Board, - Miss Frances Oage;
solo. Miss Ullian Pertclna; paper, "The
commercial value , of missions," .W. H.
Morrow; "Supreme seed of the hour.
Rev. W. C OilmoreNjPoealbilttlea of
work among young men, . Mr. B. P. Mo-
Naughton: discussion and business. .
Evening Address. "Wag earners and
the Christian church.' Rev. J. J. staub
address. "Can Pentaoost be repeated f
Rev. E. I House, IX enclosing busl
Magnificont " Panorama i; From
I nwia nhri ClflrV Ohnrvaarv
Now is the best time to view the
splendor of nature attired In its spring
tlms loveliness. There la no spot In
this' country whore-one can see such
rarity of foliage-aa we have light at
our doors. - The rolling hills and dales
and ths deep green caverns alive with
doaTwood and 'oyierwljd jnoiwjersJJChgJ
sweet fragrance of It all Js -wafted to
tha visitor who la almoat antranoed bv
this beautiful scene, as ho looks from
ths top . of the ' observatory !, feet
across ths ' city and far from aU con
tamination of th atmosphere.
no one anouid miss tuts treat wnicn
each a rare one and eo lltUe appre
ciated by the people of Portland.
The 1 observatory ,ia , now open daily
from a. m. to f p. m. An electric ele
vator will land you at the top. - ,
It I reported that a branch railroad
running"' up Cunningham : creek, below
Coqullle, witl be built to carry logs and
coal out of that section.
All Next Week
Half ' Price
"'Fsrmerly N. X- Furniture C
Ten r;zv; ci:? c.iai;i
In the Paxt Vet! War Cn
gased Earlier Than Thia for
' Wheat Transportation.' , ;-
And 'Estimates Are Not 'Clots
. Enough to Civ Shipper
Line on th Yield.
If a ship has been chartered to carry
grain to Europe next fall local exporters-have
not. been parties to the trans
action. In paat seasons vessels have
been engaged . before this date to trans
.port new crop grain, but thia spring
there appears to be" a disposition to wait
until a ' more definite opinion ' can Jbe
formed as to what' will be the probable
yield.. If this should be as small as
ft 'was last season a big portion of the
product will again be required for home
consumption, and 'the price of tonnage
will decrease. - . .-
- Those interested In the- transporta
tion business here say that London bro
kers are notifying the shipowners that
they are in a position to charter their
ships st ' Portland to carry new crop
grain to Europe at from 17s td to Its M.
But the shippers declare no tonnage la
In demand at those figures, aa tha pres
ent conditions will not warrant It Evan
If there should be an enormous yield the
exporters declare It la impossible to
figure on ratea at tbla early date, aa
oonditiona are likely to be different this
year from what they were In the past.
- Unsettled conditions in the orient are
likely to play an important partlnIhe
commercial world. If hostilities are
prolonged more flour and wheat will be
exported than? ever before In the his
tory of t oriental commerce, - and : little
grain would be carried to Europe. - Aa
the bulk of foodstuffs from this coast
is taken to the far eaat by steamers, the
aaillag veaeela are likely ones mors to
beoome a drug -on the market. Then the
owners of Bailing vessels would be witl
ing to accept almost any rata offered,!
providing; it would be gurnoieat to de
fray running expenses. - Until it Is pos
sible to make an estimate of the proba
ble yield with some degree of certainty
and what the demand will bo for wheat
and flour in the' orient. It la not be
lieved that very many ahlpa win be
chartered to take out grain this aeason.
Ottlae Says She Win aVtmrn ai Ones
;fe Aaothas Cargo a Say..: J:'
Just .' before boarding . the - British
steamship Sandhurst which left yester
day morning for Talngtau, China, with
a cargo of oats and nay one or tne
officers of the araft confided to r friends
on shore that the vessel would return
to Portland as soon aal her carga was
discharged, for more hay. Which would
be awaiting her at the Albera dock, and
which would be carried to the name port
for which .she is now bound. - -
,, Henry Mett, who supplied tha present
cargo, waa asked ix he bad ner char
tered. carry a second shipment; ho
said no. - Moreover, ho ventured the
opinion that ahe waa not coming back as
the officer said she .would. By making
a good passage and not losing too much
time discharging. It would be possible
for the steamer to arrive hers within the
B,iv v iTav "
The British steamship Raa Elba left
for the same port in the. far- east on
March 11. and shs has not been re ported
since leaving the Columbia river. She
dispatched by . Mett with
cargo of oats and hay.- , Tba Raa Elba
is considered overdue,aLthe paaaage
should have been com pie tad almoat 14
days ago. It la hardly probable that
she has been captured, ' er tha incident
would undoubtedly have been cabled.
ALONG THE: WATER FRONT.
Oeorge R. Vosborg dropped down from
the Portland shipyards . to tha Couch
Street docks. She will tow barges of
rock -from ths Bunker Hill quarry to
tha government Jetty at the month of
With iSe.OO - feet of lumber tbe
steamer Cascade cleared for San Fran
cisco yesterday afternoon,
Steamer Franc la H. Laggett la under
charter to the Hammond Lumber com
pany ta carry- Oregon fir to San Fran
cisco. She Is en routs from the Bay
Schooner John A. Logan has been
chartered to load lumber at Portland
. -. MARINE NOTES.'
Astoria. April . 2!. Arrived - down and
sailed at t:av a. aw steamer Bee from
San Pedro.' .-. . -. ? - .
Arrived down early this morning and
sailed, at 1:10 p. m- .steamer Oregon
for Ban Francisco.
Arrived 'down at 1:11 and sailed at
p. m., schooner Erie for Ban Pedro.
Arrived down at 1:11 P. m.. schooner
Virginia,.' ,,- " '-' " "
Arrived down at. I and sailed at tx.
m., British iteamer Sandhurst for
Tstngtau. ,- - ; ' ;v-
Left up st 1:10 p. nu achoonera A. 1.
Coatee aad Endeavor. . . .
Arrived down at P. m steamer El
more from Tillamook.
Condition ef the bar at S . p, ' m-
smooth. wind north, weather clear.
Ban Francisco, April IZ.Arrlved at
a. BL, steamer Aberdeen from Port-
Sailed at noon, steamer Columbia for
Portland. .... .'..-..-.-4 -f,-.r--.-
Eureka, April St. .Arrived, ' steamer
Alliance from Portland and Coca Bay.
Reservoir Park, th ldal.
"intending purchasers of . Buburban
property would 40 well to avail them
selves of the opportunity offered them
to Inspect Reservoir "para. H. Mats gar,
the managing owner, Invites visitors ou
and to make their trip a pleasant one
furnish) free lunch on the' grounds.
OO out today and. see tnia PeaullXul ptoa-
erty. Compare it with any ether on the
market, and if yea don't agree that for
the money lots in this addition are far
ahead of any other, then ws don't want
penny. -r- - :-- , :, t .-,
Ii WHERE TO DINE.
f.l" ,-aM''"- aSSBaBjenTansaaw' , y, . V .
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland restaurant. Private apartments
for parties, JOe Washington, near .Fifth.
Ths Calumet, lit Seventh street, near
Morrison, serves an exceptionally fins
dinner on funds ya. Fifty cents. ,
TT. C Ura odes sew grill. 11 Sixth
tree, will Serve m"mT)le dTlotg sin-ee-foe
SO cents, from It m. tot p. m. "
' , la Ur-v Curding ori . " :
Fcdrtx I 'cinEtrtrancerf
asd- Exit of Lewis & '
r , Clark Fair.
. f , ; 1 APPLT 1
5 1 iCa.ainber of Commerce
or39a?K 26th Street '
fJEW DADY DO,'! 18
Dedication' Exercises Ar At
tended by JLarg Num- .
- bar of Patron. . ' '
GOVERNOR CHAMBERLAIN '
"TMAKES ADDRESS OF DAY
Big Institution Practically Free
j of Debt and Future I j '
. .. Bright.
Kast Tit. ;
The new bunding of tha Baby Home
was dedicated yesterday afternoon and
tha friends of the institution gathered la
such numbers that -not only was, the
new assembly hall filled, the reception
rooms and tba nails crowded, but even
the stairways wars pressed Into service
and every step occupied.'
The occasion waa tha dedication of th
building completed recently and whioh
now forma one of - the most complete
and commodious institutions of the kind
in the. northwest. Governor Chamber
lain gave the address of the afternoon
and spoke of the work Portland phl-
lantbroplata are doing In earing for tbe
unprotested children and tha dependent
aged. Ha paid a high tribute to the
faithful work of tha few that had made
the new building possible, and stated
hla belief that the tnstltatloa would find
an ever larger' field and would f accuse
funds as Its needs Increase, '
V. S. Akin, secretary of ths building
committee, reported that tha new home
would be dedicated practically cut of
debt, only a few small building bills
remaining unpaid. . and tbe money for
tnese being already subscribed. Treas
urer A. Lk Keenan. who for ! years
baa been Interested In the institution as
a member or tha executive board and
who alona remains ef tbe first , board,
told of tha early 'struggles of th homo
and bow the first donations were a head
of cabbage and a few pumpkins, gath
ered by two devoted women from neigh
boring farmers, '' :'
Mrs. JU, W. Sltton,. president of the
board, spoke of tbe great- growth the
home had experienced and the satlsfac- r
tlon all the officers felt In the comple
tion Of tne new building-, touching tin
on the need that had existed for this
improvement. - , ;
The' exercises "were closed by the
prayer of Rev. T. I' Elliot' after wblchH
tha many ' visitors Inspected .. the a
and.pldhoTBcg. ftll..ln.. Inva ,., with, tha
many "outcast babies In Oregon," there
being an even dosen of this elaan In the
home, and learnTng In part the daily rou.
tine of ths Institution and how the small
Inmates are -cared for as well as how
their mothers are given aa opportunity
to earn a living. " . ,
It la the hope of the board that a
permanent endowment fund mar" be se
cured tbst will In time place tbe borne
on a footing where It will not need to
beg for the dally aecesslttes, and where
tba work will not bo hampered by a
continual struggle Tor funds. r :
Tha condition of the crossing at East
Water and. East Morrison streets Is stui
dangerous and delays are still occasioned
hourly by tha torn up street. . A few
planks have been placed between -the
tracks of tha ear company, and these
enable a careful driver to .get through
without tearing off ,a whee V but only
one vehicle can cross at , a . time' and
either teams wait for ears or cars are
lined np while wagona pass and" two nar
row etreet cars are the only vehicles
that can pass, - Morrison street has a
much heavier traffio to bear now en ac
count ef the closing of the Burnalde
bridge and . there Is hardly an hour In
ths day. or a minute tn an . hour, when
teams are not seriously delayed at tbe
little thread of a right of way that re
malna for ase.. --ii ;..'' .
TBACsaBa iroBa roxs
Teachers hi. the ' Mt,' Tabor ; schools
are preparing a petition to be f ctrcu-
lated among tba taxpayer tf the dis
trict favoring an Increase in the eale
rlea of ths pedagoguea. The work In
the schools there has been up? to . the
svergge required in the city generally
and the teachers say they can . secure
better wages by secepting city posi
tions. U-la. thought-tba aohooi direct
ors will grant the Increase asked, should
a fair per cent of the taxpayers approver
Should tha satartea not be raised It ta
probable that several of the older teach
ers, in point of .service, at ML Tabor
will enter the city fields asjmme OtLJbe
berrt-lnwrectorsrdj-n the ditrlcC-dld
luia rear.. - ..-.,. .
Tha Sell wood - Rarrahrlcaa arab Was
been organised on a firm basis and prac
tically aU the factions are united In
this organisation throughout the dis
trict.' It has been planned to hold a
club meeting every - Wednesday night
in fireman's hall in Sellwaod and tha
organisation will work until the June
election foi" the home candidates first
of all; .; Kertrhem la secretary of
the club, and W.- M. ta Force la presi
dent, - '
A considerable number ef cattle In
oufheTB ,Umatt2t county ' hava .
Killed by eating wild parsnips. , .
lbs east sMs ernes
the star ef Urs, W. w
tt .i 1 wna street. -ralaaaeaa
Jt ' The cures effected by the system In use by Dr. Anderaoa ar .
vclous nature as to be considered beyoad belief exor c by t oe 1
aCaCC fptB1ny offers to all
He has brought bis methods to such a high degree of efficiency that cures
have been performed that seem almost lmpoaalbla and can well be classed aa
bordering on the miraculous. - - v. v-.--. ' -'- "' t v-.
,- And all this has been made possible without the use of polaonoua drugs or
the aid of the murderous knife.- . .
- This system of ears Is the reeuK of a lifetime devoted to a careful, pains
taking, scientific Investigation of all the best methods used for the purpose of
combating disease. V , : - ,v
V It Is In truth a bsaoon-tigaV of hop for tha weary traveler along life's way
who has suffered for yeara the multitude of Ills that fleah is heir to. '
Tha prices for treatment are very reasonable aad within tha reach of all," aa
It ie- the doctor's wish' that all In search of health, whether Hob. or poor, should
avail' themselves of this grand opportunity. ... . . 1 .
Do not delay, but act at once; it may be a matter ef lifelong regret not to -take
advantage of this, the best of all ways to eradicate tha evils wrought by
DR. XT L.
Smite n-as, aWUaUrsai BjandJaa;. Wast Park aa
; ootbbttXiXATXOts . aire
The Sartorial Cleaning System
Will call for each week, clean, press and retnrnclothtegfoc
$1.00 per month. t Competent help-will examine and repair,
when necessary: Call Main 1713 and a wagon wiHcaUforJ
- . articles, or have, one pi ourlagetita visit you.
. . : 433 WASHINGTON STREET, -' ' ' '
PHONE BLACK 83
Vard; & Ritzlnr,
;.l J, .V., ; ' '
- - IU Aa&CBjr, Corner Scrtz'X
Allow nS to extend our greet
. Ing this beautiful Easter da y
.and permit ua at the same.:
tlma to call your attention to
. this store, aa the - place to
, do your " Jewelry abopplng.
Whatever you need in Jewelry'
or precious stones we can sup
ply It and at modest prices.
Those who deal hero know
how , advantageous It Is - to .
. Is achieved by wearing the proper
' CORSET. It's no trouble here to -
please the moat fastidious women.
: We are, prepared to relieve them
of all corset .worries. Every nt
- guaranteed..,,,. -t ..,-:-;'
E. HUMMER Cor-e tiere
V ; Mitt EUventh, Cor. Alder. '
SOU? kg. twa
Mmum aaa I oalts.
. aunr esnlea mthmr
vartetlea far eeketfcn
-. SM aad attea. t
Paeae Mala Mo.. ;
King of Hat . Renovator. "i r?a far
' you or Clean and Xiiy jr- t V '
r-. ' '
I ..'.. :vViaaeaieaJ
the remarkablo benefits reeyJUng sreia 1
Nevertheleea- ft la an Indlj-putatsle fact tt't
methods persons whos eases have been pro- . .
curable have been fully restored to heaiih, . ,
letenoa that waa formerly made dark, dreauy a. t ,
less by dread disease has been changed to one of
happiness and content. . . , ..
Tbe wonderful change that can be brought o t I
one's life by the poawesalon of permanent and per i
health la something that cannot be paeeed light,? t ,
. Such a desirable condition can be attained by t.
In g advantage of tha opportunity - that Dr. Andira
whowouht hava a sono wholesome bov
. ; Over Tout Forailuie ' .
rand Piano Uovinj;. .
Ve'D ticte lt Eery!
I youH let ns send pur ti?
vp a g ori and ezpetkneed
. , I - nien. f . ' ; ",
GEN ER A L HAUXINO,
SHIPPING ; AND TOIX
, ' .WARDING ' v
if Ihorie Main 1ZZ3. f
M0 NORTH THIRD CT.
Now le the lime ta bay an
km da at Japanese and Chinese
eurioe. aa are are selling every
article ' at a great . reduction In
order to make room for tha-arrival
- of now goods for the fair, consist
1ng of silk gowns, ktmonos.
netsnke purses, silver clots aorma
vases, satsoma.' ana brawn daeo
rated pereelala tea sets, matting,
Atfrew Kg fi.Cc.
XawnassaM SSaaal, VwaSw aaswfe. sbSbMbpIbW
RatMawaiely furalalna, elaeaatty a,
grepreof, Ive aileuiae waa trass U W
ahopstag sad aeitaeai eaatrlet, aM W
airy, eststee mass, ana haa tea. eta. 4
llaats, telepbsee la each ssaraiet e-.
tarae efaraakiaBciag. swwaine, .
1. mmt' reeeBCtee sarlera. . aoease rasav4
by Ball sr telesaeas. .
Private ear, Ilea assets trains aaa sin ana
.ftoofes $I.OO fa 5.00 mCz3 '
ef Betel SMMtfc.
Ostenpetble nratHaa, - AU CeraeM siU '
Tatra VSTlZ wU. "IT-0!
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