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OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. SATURDAY
; EVENING.' 'NOVEMBER : II. 1SC1
. TOmQHt'l AaTUgmtBTS. ,
fartiaaa Grand "Tha Marrlag ef Kitty-'
K.Im.x ......"TIm Lady of L.oot"
Hikrr ...... ...Mualral Barlreque
Kuiplr. ,...."A Ho Ulia Blare"
I.jrrlo. "lit tut lit"
fraud.. , ,.,.V..l.Hli
. ................... Vaudeville
. Oregon exhibitors (n the fomstry fie
psitment et tbe Lewie and Clark expo
ultion won mors prtie than all the
Other atstes combined. Iilreclor of
Exhibits Henry B. Doach yeaterdiv an
nounced tha winners' In the forestry de
partment, and Oregon had a total of OS
awarda to Ita credit. Of these prlaea
there were (7 gold medals. 13 allver, T
bronse, and 7 dtplomaa of honorable
, mention. - Washington exhibitor re-
calved St gold medals and 19 allvrf
ones. California was awarded eight
gold and five silver medals. Loulttluiis
took two gold, one silver and tw At bronse
medala. Wyoming. Colorado. Neej Tork
. and Michigan each received one gild
medal, while Wyoming captured alar- a
silver one. - England." Canada and
Queensland, won a sold prlxe, apiece.
. ,' The Multnomah Prohibition alliance
la arranging a aerlea of monthly meet
lnga, the first to be held on the evening
of November 18. when W. 8. U'Ren will
apeak on tha Initiative and referendum
amendment to the state constitution.
At a meeting held last night tha follow
; ing officers were elected: . Lionel I
" Paget, president; F.McKercher, first vice
president;. Mrs. W. P. Amos, second
, vice-president; B. Lea Paget, treasurer!
P. L. Poason. chaplain, and I E. Haave,
marshal. The president and vice-presidents
were given authority to appoint
At the meeting of the Woman's club
. yesterday a set- or .. resolutions waa
paased heartily approving the work of
i tha market inspector and pledging the
aupport of 1 the club In the fight - foe
cleanliness. The city council will be
asked to pass an ordinance requiring
marketmen to comply strictly with sani
tary conditions. - Dr. Oeorge Croswell.
C'reesey addreaaed the club on "Educa
tion vs. Culture" and two solos were
. given Kj Miss Ethel Shea. . ,.
- What will be one of tha fineat church
- buildings In tbe northwest is being
- planned- for tha new Catholic cathedral
In this city. It is expected that the
plans will be completed by spring:. It
i aald that tha new structure will coat
at least 1175.009. The cathedral may
be erected upon tha block bounded by
Fifteenth, Sixteenth, Davla and Everett
atreeta, the block where the archbishop's
residence now stands. ' - -'
While walking along: tha north bank
jof the Columbia river. Rev. O. G Love,
417 Sixth street, foand what resembled
a petrified potato. Tha atone la about
the slae of a large potato and has eyea
and other characteristics. Mr.. Lavs
has -shown tha peculiar specimen to
many of his friends, and It has aroused
a great deal of curiosity. ;
: . I - ' 'H ,-"
has pressed cluu re tea. Prices,
11.00 and 11.60 a month.- We call for a
ault each week, sponge press, sew on
buttons, sew up tips) and give you eight
shines a month. Main 114. Unique
Tailoring Co. 117 Washington, near
Seventh. i . .-
3im. J - -T - -
" For Sale Eight-room modern house,
Ksst Fifteenth street, between Oak and
Pine. $4,000. Quarter block Kast Fif
teenth between Belmont and Taylor
atreeta. '- It.lO. For rent; modern I
roera - house.TCast Ftfteentrr- armt Oak;
$104.- W. i. Clemens, 17 Stark street.
Fruit and ahede trees. We have a
fine lot of all kinds of treea, ahruba and
buahea, roses, etc, : at our tree yard,
' foot of Tamhlll 'street. Call and see our
stock or phone Main 471 and aak our
tree man about them. ,; Portland Bee
Company.' .- : , : ,.....
Portland! ' Tamale Parlor, 141 Park
; street, between Aider and Morrison, tha
---only place In town where enchiladas,
chile con earn with frljolea, Mexican
, : style, also tha celebrated Frits tamalea,
are mad. Open from 11 m. to 11 p. m.
. All the American Inn plumbing pur
chased by Herman Metsger has been re
moved to his place at 114-218 Front
street, where It can be seen. Sea ad
"' on page I. J .
The White Temple, Sunday. 11:19. T.
M. C. A. service;. 7:19 Dr.. Brougher's
topic. "Choosing. A. Husband," i aeoond
-Jn aeries "How . to ba Happy Though
Married." . : - ' V -
afl BHuiunds1 ti down and
lOo per week. 'Goods delivered on first
payment Xmaa la coming. Matsgar
4 Co.. Jewelers, opticians. 111 Sixth.
' Baker's delicious Caracas eating choc
olate With booklet In beautiful carton
19 cents, and vanilla chocolate with
whipped cream, at 1X7 Seventh Street. ...
' For perfect fitting eyeglasses at rea
sonable prices, see - Geo. Rubenateln,
graduate optician. 111 Fourth street.-
Why pay I 89 to 119 for aye glasses
when we guarantee a perfect fit for 111
Metsger 4 Co..' Ill Sixth street. t
' Opening dance, Bnrkhard'a hall, to
night, by Saturday Night club. Ladles
. free.- .' : r " .."'' . '
- Fourthf annual danca . of tha Junior
Zlon League Sunday evening, Novem
ber 1!.. JSvereat'g orchestra. :
' ' Pf under- the florist has removed ' to
new store at 145 Sixth street, between
jAlder and Morrltoa, -
' Portland's best dancing school. 101
Alder. Prof. Klngler, Miss Buckenmeyer.
' Hev. E. L. ' House wss tendered an
informal reception . laat night .by the
A Happy Husband's Song
There l slsdness la tks family slaee tbe
wmKiui sent !-
- IfantilneM h mintlefl all ttte Bflewt
It's llks turning ell tbe dsrkssss ef tse
al(ht Into th dT
Tkers Is quiet like. tbe stillness et the
.. - - amiss. ..
Oh, never, serer. NITER! abtll sarUag,
he mini-hed Br tha.haternt tub!
Ob. ne'er, f iwver. sever ao NKTBRI . ea
roar life .
Bhslf ehe-Miesd, her aching back W rob
and ran! '
Not ao long as I eaa pay for the t r :
Family Washins at
- 1 Ring Up Main 398
union mm co.
- - itooirs avd cottnfsia, -
I'JDBiflilG TO RAISE
African Methodist Episcopal Con
gregation Seeks rContribu-j
, . tions' From Public' ;
BUSINESS MEN TESTIFY ?
THAT CAUSE IS WORTHY
RT.'Georg E. ; Jackson. Pastor,-
- Successful Debt-Raier. Ladt
rork of Securing Contributions
A. M. Wright Treasurer of Funi
After suspending operations during
the Lewis and Clark fair, the commit
tee in charge of raising funds - with
wbich to liquidate tha indebtedness ot
the African Methodist Episcopal church.
Thirteenth - and . Main streets, has re
The taak of raising the funda Is in
charge of -Rev. Oeorge E. Jackson, pas
tor of the church. Mr. Jackson is aald
J ; ' Rev. George E. Jackson.
to ba onv of tha most successful debt
raisers in his church.
A, portion of the Jndebtedneea on the
local church has. been paid, but some
thing like I1.S00 aUir remalna Ap
peals are being made to the people of
Portland to aeslat tha congregation.' as
the church is threatened lay- creditors.
Those who desire to contribute are
asked to leave ' money with A. M.
Wright; asslatant cashier of the United
Statea National .bank, who hae- corf
sen ted to act as treasurer of' tha so-
Kllciting committee. A number of prom
tnent business men or itne .city nave
signed the indorsement of tbe petition,
showing the purposes of tbe collection'
and.- explaining . thai the .causa la. a
worthy one. .. Among those who-signed
the petition are M. Walton,- Wi A- Mao
kentle, "A. Ktnr Wilson. A. M.-mght;
O. B. Baker... H. M. Stone and Ben
Selling. .: :.j;f
FOURTH ATTEMPT J0t : v
HAVE AVENUE PAVED
Another attempt is being mads by
property owners on Holladay avenue
from Lara bee to East Thirteenth street
to Improve the thoroughfare with blttj'
lithio pavement This is tha fourth time
proceedings bav been. Instituted within
tha past II months to ' improve tha
thoroughfare, which is In a deplorable
condition. On three former occasions
the proposition was defeated by remon
strances headed by . tha Oregon Real
Estate company which; owns consider
able abutting property.
At the meeting ot the street com
mittee of tha eity council yesterday the
Oregon Real Estate eompany presontt-d
a remonstrance against, tha petition re
cently filed for tha Improvement anl
Judge Pipes, tha legal representative of
the eompany, appeared to fight The pro-
ceeoTnil. HI UW!lmeu Unit tha uti
above Grand avenue did not need to be
"Becau se-of the bad condition-of the
lower end of the atreet people resl.t in
there are taking advantage of thoe on
tha upper and to force tba Improvement
through to Thirteenth street," said
I "If the Improvement Is put through
tn Orand avenne the remainder f tbl
street will never .be, improved .because
the Oregon Real Estate company will
never conaent to any Improvement in
front of its property, and the company
haa sufficient frontage to kill nnv pro
ceeding which may be started." replied
J. B. Zlegler.
The matter was left on tha table until
the next meeting when other property
owners will be Invited to appear and
present their views. . ? ?
members of tha - First Congregational
church in commemoration of the fourth
year of his pastorate 1n the parlors of
Ik. V, fh K UiinilMila it f r-1 n H n t Til-
and Mrs. House were present ' ,
Ladles gymnasium class, the Rlngler
Physical Culture school. II per month.
Prlti's tamalea are the best
... . ttJM.
CHAMBER GIVES LIVE
STOCK SHOW A BOOST
- The -prapoaltlen to hold -a-livestock
show and Industrial exposition annually
In Portland under joint auspices waa
taken up yesterday afternoon at a meet-ins-
of the Portland chamber of .com
merce. - Permanent organisation waa
effected and a committee composed of
the following waa eelected: - J. L Meier,
W. M. Ladd. F. I. Fuller, A. 1L Devers,
J. C Alnsworth. R. Bcott and Paul
Wesstnger. . It is proposed to Includk
the atstea of " Oregon, Waahlngton,
Idaho, California and Nevada. -
The chamber meeting yesterday waa
attended by many of the moat promi
nent men of the city. ' K-R. Hoge, vice-
president of the chamber or commerce,
presided. Secretary Olltner read the
memorandum, introduced by Julius ' 1.
Meier, covering the detalla and acope
of the proposed fair. The plan met
with, the hearty approval of all who at
tended. - Chicago and Kansas City conduct an
nual enterprises of elmllar character.
The promoters of the local enterprise
propose to make Portland the -eenter' of
alt eshlblts on the Tactile coast
Orest increase In orchard acreaga
around Moil er. - -i:-;
DOVIE FOLLOWER FINDS SEWER
DIGGING HOLY WORK, BUT HARD
"Scotty" 8tevenson. who arrived In
Portland a few weeks ago from Durban,
South Africa, as third officer "the
British ship Durbrldge, Is over In Al
blna digging seeere and praising the
Lord thut hie morala no longer will be
contaminated by -associating, with tars
of careless speech and habits. - lie la a
fervent Dowlelte ami his former hiatea
aay that he Uvea up to the doctrines of
his faith In every particular. ti
Captain Wannell aaya that ahortly
after reaching Portland "Hcotty"- ap
proached him and asked to be paid Xff.
"I want to leave the ship." he ex
plained, "because I am anxious to lead
a better life. It will be impossible for
me to do so as long afl remain here."
The skipper refused to comply with
V. 1.1. C. A. F3AYER 1M
. STARTS T011017
Speakers From Local " Associa.
tion to Occupy Pulpits at
' ' Evening Services. '! i
The week of prayer for the Toung
Mart's Christian association, throughout
the world begins tomorrow morning and,
as is often customary, .many of : tbe
churches will assist la observing it" To
morrow the leading ministers or- Port
land will give up their pulpits for; the
evening to able speakers from thelocal
association', j . .
In the afternoon - there will be the
usual mass meeting for young men at
tha aseoctatlon rooms, which will bo ad
dressed by K. R. Hermleton, evangel lat
and tx-baaebalL pitcher. Hla subject
will be "The Black Horse. Mr. Hermle
ton formerly was pltcner for Buffalo In
tha-International league and recently
traveled for two years with Dr.-J. Wil
bur Chapman aa an evangelist He is
now In charge of the chapel ear, "Km
manuel." which travels from place' to
place stopping at every atation for evan
gelical work. He will, conduct meetings
at every evening throughout the
week of prayer and ahort noon meetings
at - "
. The assignments made for pulpit work
tomorrow evening are as follows: First
Presbyterian, H. W. Stone. Dr. J. R.
Wetherbee and M. ' B. Meachara ; FJrat
Congregational, K. 8. J. McAllister, A.
M. Smith and W. E. Wright; Flrat
Christian, J. Thorburn Ross, Dr. Theo
dore Fessler and C. L. Wonacott; First
Methodist, Robert Livingstone, A4 L
Veasle and Reno Hutchinson; 'Calvary
Presbyterian, - F. M. McKercher, R. F.
Barnes, H. L Gilbert and L M. Myer;
Third Presbyterian- Dr. J. L, Hewitt
Charlea H. Hart and W. S. Hale; First
United Presbyterian. E. C. Bronaugh, R.
R. Steele, C. A. Lewis and O. M- Babbitt;
FlrstBapUst8undajrmoming, W. Y.
Masters, D. A. Patullo and I. B. Rhodes.
The following Bonday the eae1de
churches- wilh give; up their pulpits for
the same purpose. ' . .
YOUNG MEN'S CLUB PLANS 1
-A FINE ENTERTAINMENT
"A' musical and literary entertainment
Will be given next TuMH.iyyentng No -
mnoer it, at me auaitorlum or tbe
Second Baptist church. . corner East
8eventh and Ankeny streets, under the
auspices of the Toung Men's club of the
church. . Portland's best talent will par
ticipate. ' Following Is tbe program:. .
Whistling solo, "Under Fire" ( Hoist
man), A. 8. Draper; baritone solo (a),
"Gondolier" (Coombea). (b) "Spring Haa
Come" (White). Claire Montelth; read
ing. "The Mask'!. .(Browning). .Miss
Ethel -Jones; soprano solo, ."Vilanella"
(Eva del Aque), Miss Llna Llnehan;
piano solo, polonaise (Llast), Miss Ells
M. Connell; contralto solo (a), "Song
of a Heart" (Tunlson). (b) "Turn Ye
to Me" (Lawson), Miss Ethel Shea;
violin "' solo, "La Serenade" (Metre),
John Ward Alden: tenor solo (a), "Alice,
Where Art ThouT (Ascher), (b) "Be
loved, It Is Morn" (Aylward), Allen
Ooodwyn: reading. "The Story the Fid
dle - Told" (Franklin), Mias Eugenia
Craig; duet "The Hunting Song" from
"King Arthur". (Bullard), Claire Mon
telth and Allen Ooodwyn; Elko quartet
"Dixie Kids" (Gabriel). : .
- Junior classmen of the- North Pacific
Dental college entertained the fresh
men of that Institution laat night in a
way that they will not soon forget
The entering class Is one of the larg
est In the history of tha college. Sev
eral' days ago the freshmen were -notified
to appear at the laboratory in the
old Exposition building on the night ot
November 10. where sacrifices would be
offered for the good of the institution.
A large number obeyed the summons
and were hustled out Into the street
where' they formed into line and pa
raded.? 1 - .- ..- r. .
There wfere an sorts of grotesque and
unique costumes In the queer proces
sion, which, led by a band, traversed
several streets. The students then went
to the drill hall Of the old Bishop Scott
academy. - where . the i Initiatory - eere
nionlea took plaoe. V
The annual banquet of the associa
tion of the students of the North Pacific
Dental college will be held this even
Ing. Freshmen who attended the Initia
tions last night are eligible to partici
pate. : . ; . ' ' . .vf
, 'it still leads, i
"Ye Oregon Grille" a Xong- Favorite
That Portland has what every first-,
!, ftw in the land ought to have, a
dining place where .Ihe very beet the
market affords Is served, and . In the
daintiest manner. Is now an established
fast. - Ask the grill patrons or tne city
v - iM it,. KM? nine tn vet a nrnn-
erly prepared and perfectly aerved
luncheon or dinner, ana tne answer in
variably is "le uregon urui. une
r.i,.rm mnA iint tha least, that hae con
tributed-4o Its phenomenal success, is
the fact tnat notning out i urn .
im Am la oaoraut to. thus- InsurlnC to
ttrona Immunity from the disagreeable
features ao eommOn to -the -ordinary
dining room, '
A typical ramuy aining piece, per
iiahtait anil mttHte--Orcheatra
sfter :80 m. . Corner Sefenth and
Btara. - - .
Dancing School Prof. Eton.
Beginners Monday evening. "Claas
Thuraday evening. Arlon hall. Lesson
by term, it rehts."'Thone West I84,-:
T - ' . T '
! Milwaukie Country Club. ,.
. ' Eastern and Seattle racee. Take Sell
wood and Oregon Cltj ears at First and
his request and the next day "Scotty"
deserted, lla packed his belongings and
slid over tbe side of the ship just aa it
waa growing dusk and lie was not seen
again by any of the members of the
crew until yesterday. Aa the captain
waa over Alblna Way he saw his lost
John Alexander- Dowie- follower. - Tha
disciple had a. pick which he was as
sisting a force of men in building a new
sewer. In anawer to the nod of re cog
nltlon from the captain, ,"Bootty" aald:
"I am leading a better life, all right
but at tlmea I find It pretty hard dig
Then ha raised his pick high over
bead and brought It down on a bowldet
with all of the force he could com
mand.' ? .- . s ' 1 - -
COLLEGIATE ALU.V:iAE III
READ JO THE ELIiiO
I " 1 - v. , , eaBBaassaaaaBsasaaaaaawaaaawa-Bs ' s
Cooperates Also With Public
Library in Securing Books
, in Embossed Type. .
-The Oregon branch of the Associa
tion of Collegiate alumnae, which was
organised in Portland last Spring, voted
at its November meeting to cooperate
with the Public library in work for the
blind. t - - ,
' The Public library Is anxious to cair
the attention of the blind people of the
elty and county to the books In em
bossed type now owned by It and to
the fact that others can be borrowed
free of charge for. their use from the
Blind asylum in Salem - through the
kindness. of . Mrv- Jones, the-- -superintendent
' These books cart be delivered
directly to the homes. .. ... :
The Association of Collegiate alum
nae -will give at regular -times read Inge
to the blind from current magaslnea,
newspapers, etc.. In one of the study
rooms of the library. .
. In .order, that definite arrangements
can be completed and a time fixed for
beginning these -readings,' " All blind
people Interested are earnestly requested
to send their names and addresses to the
librarian. Miss Mary Frances Isom, as
soon as possible. -
.-. Tbe demand for books on Russia just
now is so great that these volumes have
been placed on the special shelves for
greater convenience. - 1
During the summer' the Oregon Med
ical society has added to the medical
collection a generous number of modern
publications. These books are for con
sultation, in the reference department
and can be drawn for. home use- on
presentation of a card from Dr. E. F.
Tucker, chairman of the committee fn
-a the Men's meaort
Tonlght - at the Men's -Resort and
side streets, Alfred Foster, an Austra
lian elocutionist aad lecturer, 'will gtvi
a recital of humorous.- pathetic and
dramatlo selections. Mr. Foster's lee
turo laet4ght upon "New-- Zealand
sparkled with humor and was full of In
formation upon that Utopian country.
Next Friday night he lectures upon
"Tasmania and Ita Awful Convict
"Prisons." One hundred stereoptlcon
"' w Ttrt tn lllnatroTe-thirlric:
ture. The entertainments are free.
Pref arred Stock Oaaaea Oooaa. .
Allen Lewis' Best Brand.
Agency for Mackintoshes Toffee at
8am Ij. Bearys. - ..-
It is a general belief, among even the
most Intelligent due no doubt to a lack
of knowledge of modern milling Im
provements, that flours made, now are
not aa gooa as tne riours ground by the
old stone mills; that patent white flour
Is not as nutritious as rough unbolted
flour. , ; - - j . i
Modern milling InvenUons have been
for the retaining ef all the nutriment
expelling the undesirable and undlgeatl
ble properties of . the wheat and . for
cleanliness and purification during the
I process of mlllln g. ....
The laat and best of these Inventions
Is a process in which Ionised air - Is
brought In direct contact with the flour,
treating each particle and expelling cer
tain oily substances which give the
dark color and heavy quality to hard
wheat flour tn Its untreated condition.
White River Flour treated by this
new process Is the perfection of -bard
Read the guarantee. It's signed by
Allen- at Lewis, whose name means a
great deal to the food-consuming public.
OP V. B. OOTXBjraMBTT SKOXS 0 e
i Sold. In fcots to Salt the Trade. . .
2 P.M., Monday, Nov. 13
batmo Aarnm wiAsr, KKJ'T OP
B. Beesrve er xasait ea Oooaa. Tereaa
' - , :
,, J. T. -sriMOaT, Anetlomeer.
Ring Up Main 776
Wbea ' yoe'rs freeslsg la- the kltebea aa4
the parlor's ol as tr: i
And the sblTere sp ssd'-aewa- year ro
de roll, .-a"''
Orsb rr 'phooe. ring np ma sanber sad,
seller u. Is a trie
; We will caear yea with a lose ef ssleadld
"'. We sell the prnduct of srery enel Bin tkst
sins to Portland an4 eoko. toe so eo t
Sdill . around ererywhere stand ta ror na
hmiae sn4 ordr rour toK frosi toe frtst
earvryors o tbe public.
Vulcan Coal Co.
V tn ivBHtlOI ITBEXT. -
l-f . ai:
at 8 p, Hi.
: OoaaeatlBg Trala '
Lmtm , BortlaaA
Sails- at ao a. aa.
) ' ' 1 1
NEW COMPARTTJENT OBSERVATION CARS
. New Dining Cars ( Meals a. Ia Carte)
New Palace Sleeping Cars v:;':-;;.
Through Tourist Sleeping Cars. .
:i c Comfortable, Roomy Day Coaches
'-. ')' For Further Information, Ratet, Berth ReaerTations, call on
v H. DICKSON;
. - - V 122 Third St,
, J - - -
T ' lv v S. S. Dakota Sails for the Orient
Marquam Grand Theatre
PHONE main sea.
' 1AIT TZarOBMABOK
" . ' TONIGHT AT .O'CLOCK.
Katie, Sltpaua sat Cotvla Preaeat tke Chsraitag
CT THB BEACTirCL . ROMAXTIC pBAMA.
WAS IN FLOWER" ,
PRICKS Bveaiags. "- TSe. 11.00,
9iJM. Mattaee, 23e, Uc, OOe, T5e, 1.
BtLASOO KATXB. MOM. -1
roartMfith sne W.shlnstea Streets.-
t. V. Trie. Pea. Mgr. . L. s.kett. Bea. Mgr.
-SopportW f tke BeUsce stock Conpsnr.
Bemie . Bevtvsl et Lara Ljttoe's Boaisaee ;
trt. Bte to T5c; Met. 1st., Sob., Me te 60e.
N.it Wwk-WHITI WHITTLE8KT ia "THB
FIRST VIOLIN" Msntaekl's success.
Marauam Grand Theatre
Ttoseer, Wnla4ar sa4 Taorseay Nlfhu,
. i , ,
if-r miirr IV, I. .1 , J '- ...
THB CI.KVER TOl NO STAB
. Is Benrlh llsn'i G rosiest Drsaia, .
THB rtRAMATIC TBEAT Or THB RKASON.
rBH ES lower iioor. si isa ior. ammimr.
7BI- eSS our. i 1 1 i-ry . tw .ira nw. ...a.
and lesss. T.60. Hrats aew srlllng.
Marquam Grand theatre
. WAVWV t. 1IU ' -
aOSUAl fllVBIi mm. -- -
Blekaifl aae TrimfW rssseaa 0elor4
Geordia Minstrels .
mi villi ri'NMAKEBS.. - v.
POPl'LAB PBH'E Lower-' Boor. TBe. - - Bat.
mit, one im
Bosee aae loevs, fS. . t
Itts s4 Morrlsos.
rhoae Mala lit.
MILTON. W. SBAMANT Masaeer.
-J - f.ar TtMB TOKIOHT.
THB OBEAT SENSATIONAL MELODRAMA.
A HUMAN SLAVE--
A ttnBins Mo.ste Pmdnrtlea b
Strone Cempsnr of Plsr.rs. ;
tr.K THE BIU STRIKE SCKKB.
SEE THE RoUJNO MILL BCEKB. .
raiCES Brfahre. Iftr. Me, Me, BOo - Mstl
HH. lOr. I5. SIVe.
ST.XT WEEK Stsrtlna Stisiiaj Mlni, s
. javrrv. ilnfilnf Mask-sl rare. "HOOUOAN'8
TltOI B1.BM. " " .
ree-ATT'e Bsl Itsllsa Baa4a Bases, .
The Taro JaaiUBf Barretts. .-
Brumafs mU Clark. ktaavre. '
Toe utaa Tri.
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Gtsaral admlaaloa lur) amlnsa. Ruoevys
and Hll4sra. rrsrfsl saats ea lnwr Snnr
; aaiiT sistiaeas, satire i lower eoot lix-i
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THE NEW TRAIN
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Point In
- the East via the
'The Comfortable Way".
C Pr&TrA. oriS. Q. YERKES, A.Q. P. A.
Portland. Or. v 4
We Mlht Torn Out
., Poor Printing ,
If ws est ODraelrM about It, bat we ars
so eut of practice la that raapect that
we laiaslD. w. would Bjasa a raok
fallsrs of too Job. W. snaprct that tba
work woold ba flrst-elaas is liu f all
ear efforts. Ws ars rssownrd for tbe
eieeltonce ef osr prlDtlas.
147 rHONT ST. . Tel Mais 133
' Bet Morrison and Alder. .
aad food bed (ev
tbe aicbt. an fee Ik
Beveotk and Wi
lactoB ata. Finest
aad largest batba
la tba elty.
Far atodern dental erer. World -re-
. aovrned speolallsta
Leweet prices consistent with Bret-elaee
..work. ,", . - .
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NEW YORK DENTISTS
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- Opea ear and nleht. from i-i e as.
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GEO. M. STRONG, 1(3 West Park St.
czcLrim ooarxzBoiAX raoToaBAmB
COPYING AND ENLARGING
Beeidenee lews, raserel Work.' nash-
Ugbts, Kodak Developing, rranung. .
rot'BTH AJSD STARK STBEETB.
" - Manacrswrit ef Kallng and 'WmmI.
Tlneaaa ChiseuiUa sad Ed. BawalL '
Tt1. Edwarda aad His Baaisg Kansaree,
. Edward BaMles, TtctCTiae guaaia.
tewe, Tewae and Ward.
Libert y'a lcd or-hara aad Saw-"
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Prfora)Ssre dally at l:M, 1 so and I a Si
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ladatoaa Childrm. SaUsaa.
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Mr. Im B. Payaor.
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and HnlMaya, -iwt S ml m man S'w
c; dally statlatts satire kar (vor loci
boa easts ttei-, ,
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at 9:30 a.m.
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leaves . gorUaa4
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December 1 6 L: ,.:
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StAjrXOOD, BBTBTTBIATIBIC BOXXBtA.
UTDU and BXZBT SXBXABXB. We
want every men - afflicted wltb- the
above diseases to honestly Investigate
our special system ef treatment. We In
vite in particular all who have treated
elsewhere without success, all whose
cases have beea abandoned by family
phvsiclana and so-called "ejyBCIAt
ISTB," all - whose troubles bete been
aiaravated and made worse by the uae
of BBXaTS, VBBB BAJbUPUS, TBZAXj
TBKATaCBBTTB and so-called BrBCIT
ICB. We will explala te you why such
treatment haa failed to cure you, and
newstrete to -ye
faction that we ean cure you safely,
quickly and permanently. Our counsel
will coat nothing, and we will do by you
ee we would wish you to de by us If
our cases were reversed. . Write for our
home treatment if you cannot ealL
Boosns and T. Wlmcaeeter ateaee, d
aad aaraelde Streets, rortlaad. Or.
A. B. CHASE
EMERSON AND STARR
Have the prestige of age. Ton find
them everywhere. They are not tin
known, but have ' won fame In the
homes ef the beet musicians.
They are the most popular because
of their superiority over all others.
Why should you experiment when
you can here get the beat there la and
for less money than you wil have to-
pay. for some new and experimental
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233 WASHINGTON STREET
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Special' School of Gregg Shorthand
end Touch Typewriting. ohksi.iii
ind Business Methods, Business
manshlp by the ralmer Method.
. COB 0 TTTTTOsT.
Just one third loss than Is na itllr
required. Kvenlng -er dv s-a.l.n i
Call Main M ff psrticuiars.
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