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THE OREGON SUNDAY JCU..:TAL. PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVELISE? 12. ' 1CC3.
' TOPATS AMUBEMEMTB,
RelaM :...."The Lady of Lyons"
Umi'lre "Honlinaa'i Trouble
Hiker Muibul Hur iqa
I.jrlc ..,.,"U for l.lf-'
Liberty V soda? Ill
- Hr ...... . . . . i ..... . .... .-. ...... . . . . VisdeTtll
Who t Id slump after ths fair? Where
re, the croakers now? - Mr. Charles K.
Henry hua sold durlnic the week a num
- br oC properties. Including a property
on f ront and Davla streets lor the
, Alnsworth estate, comprising a three
story brick and dock property, for 474..
r . 000. lias also sold for air. Hugh Geartn
,tho property oo the corner of Twelfth
-. v. and Stark atreela, having a frontage on
" ' '." Burnalde street, with the cottages
. tnereon, ror isa.ooo, and ror Mr. w. u.
'Corbett et al. the wharfage property on
Front and Everett street for $60,000,
and for the Cooperative Inveatment
,v 'company the four-story brick building
; on Front street, adjoining' the Esmond
hotel, lor 128,000. Hs has alao sold
for Mr. II. R. Lamson a corner lot on
Park and Flanders streets for 18.500.
" Many of the real estate man Jokljigly
,' say that Mr. Henry 'a .success Is some
: what due to the fact , that be derives
a great benefit from renldlug' on his
- , ' beautiful farm home at Hlllsboro. where
' he is known as "the Portland reel ae
tata dealer," and In Portland Is known
' as "the Washington county farmer,
... but most people believe that his success
, : Is due to his persistent and diligent at
' tention lo business, coupled with i
.. thorough knowledge of the city values
. In the respective locations, and an abld
.lng faith in Portland and Ha future.
..-. Mr. Henry ia making a -lire-work of the
elllng of real estate In ibis city, and
' 'sells strictly an the commission) basis,
whereby the owner's price is asked and
t,,-.jd vantage -; taken of either buyer
' or seller, paying no attention to ren-
" . tuls. Insurance or other side lines, ana
will be followed by bis son. Charles
W. Henry, who Is now In his office
. - learning the aame careful, attentive and
.. straightforward business methods. Par-
i -i . , ties having good property for sals will
, find It to their Interest to list the aame
V ,' ' with Charlea K. Henry. dlscrimlnat-
' '.-.." lng buyers go to him for good invest
- ments. . r; ; .-;;, V
. "' Wholesale merchants, manufacturers.
' 'implement dealers., or Investors; - The'
undersigned baa for sale a choice block
.In ths heart of the, city. .with a tree tear
- .- lines on two sides and tracksga.-faciu-T
ties-In tha rear of- the block. This
: : , would afford a fins . site for a large
,, wholesale hardware or Implement bouse
. . with fine showroom on -a- principal
- street, or for a eomblned manufsctur-
t ,'. er's site ' with showrooms, salesrooms
and offices on a principal a treat, and
warehouse facilities In ths rear. This
- would make .a. very much more attract-
4 Ive and satisfactory block on which to
erect an entire building than tha Weln-
hard building on FlfthJ.stree or sny
' block In -the city. - Investors would find
It to their advantage to build over this
'.' entire block, as they could get big ren
V ' tals for this choice location with street-
""' car snd railroad facilities eomblned.
Two firms could Join in, buy and erect
to suit -their requirements.' Ths pries
on this block Is low. Apply to Charlea
'.jK Henry, 271 Stark street.
; r-- M 11 '' . " ' 1 ''.
... Timber -claims figure in a lawsuit that
-j.'-: JiasVneeri.be ton" In tha ctrcott -court by
:. ... T. M. O'Connell against J. W. Ltndsey.
7 rO'Connell-la suing for 1614. with interest
JT ' at per cent from March II. 1101. It
T-, la alleged In tha complaint that in March,
1(01. the 'DlaintlfT and defendant made
j eeeirae - reejaMiw lha-..loiaHBg ftf
, tlrukor claims and O'CWrmaU avers that
, ' J". 'Wndaer agreed to pay him $7J oach
' 'Upon, which' people afterward would
- hr located. O'Connell alleaea that dur-
' - lng tha month in which tha contract
' war made he told tha defendant of nine
'- claims, seven of whlob. were taken.
. V.- Albert Chlvill. formerly a contractor
in this city.- died at Hammond, Oregon,
s . November 7 of heart failure, at the age
nf -6 i years. The remains rwers ore
mated In Portland yesterday. Mr. Cbl
( vlll rame to Portland from Chicago In
, till and waa for nips years in tha con
tracting business here. Subsequently bo
, was In the employ of the government
at Fort Stevens.. He is survived by
his -wife and six children, Mrs. H. a
Richards of this city. Mrs. Charles Re
via and Mrs. Kmi Shields of. Seattle
- and Mary. Albarta and oordon t-hiviu.
. who are unmarried,
. At Mlspah Presbyterian church this
morning Rev. J. R. McOlads. V. V.. ths
, pastor, will speak by request from the
; text, VWhosoever Is born of-Ood, doth
not commit aln; for hla seed remalnetn
In htm and ha cannot aln because ha is
Iwii II t't
adi" ills tvenlng tlieuie Is
' "1'hs Evasion of Responsibility."- Spe
cial muslo la arranged for both services.
streetcar running at the rata of tt miles
- an hour struck his wagon and Inflicted
permanent injuries . r on him, W. . J.
Schmsuch has begun suit in ths circuit
court ' against the - Portland - Railway
eompany for , tB.ltl. , The accident' Is
said to have occurred near the corner of
; Wo - make ' specialty : of two
Rings m XtXAUOm sou
TArsa XaTOAOSlCHT BZ1T a
and tha PtAIJr OOIVS WBBSDTO
Bnra. ; , : -r ;
r Ths 'former' binds 'the barf aln '
end the Utter tlea the knot. If
; you. have tho girl, we have the
The G. Ileitkemper
Jswalara aid' aUremnlths
; 286 Korrlsoa Sired.
' Our Plain Gold Rings ara Ilk,
Ilk arid 14k quality. . ,
Hops end Strive Is tlw
. Only Way to Thrive
Hope won't do it all, and strive
won't do it U. The two toRether
-make s fine team. By keeping a
savings account -with this com-'
pany you are depositing golden
barg of hope for the future, some
hope to draw on when you ara
- ' , GENERAL
Oregon Savings Bank
Sixth and Morrison Streets,
i orrzosM'. '--hi
W. H. Moors, President.
B. B. Lytle. Vice-President
W. Cooper Morris. Cashier.
. , S. Logan Hays, Ass't Cashier.
i BxsaoToaa ' - v
W. H. Moore, EL E. Lytle,
Leo JTrlede,- w. it. copeiana,
W, Cooper Morris. . - -
Fifth and Stark streets. Bchmauch
avers. ' that some of his ribs were
broken, that his wagon was badly
smashed up and that hla horses were
severely, injured. ; . "
There will be a great pow-wow of
Indians) In this city Wednesday evening,
when members of tho Improved Order of
Red Men celebrate ths visit , of John W.
Cherry, great Incohonee, and WUson
Brooks, great chief of recorda of the
order. .Red Uen from all sections of
Uie state will attend tha pow-wow. - A
banquet will be served, for: wh!c4 an
Indian menu la being prepared.
F. 8. Morris has begun a suit in the
circuit court against George O. Bushby
for 12.000,- which It Is alleged the de
fendant borrowod last June. Tha com
plaint avera that tha money was used
in tha.constmctlon of tha "Giant Whirl."
an attraction near- tho entrance of tho
Lewis and Clark exposition. Morris
aaks that ha be allowed to tako posses
sion of. tha. whirl. . rV -
Every parish In this city will be rep
resented this afternoon at a meeting
to b held in Foresters hall at t o'olock,
for tho purpose- of arranging a suitable
publle reception tab Archbishop Christie
upon his return homo from Rome. .It
la not certain -yet -when his grace will
arrlvo. - . ,- ,. , - -. , . ; .-
'Articles r- of ' Incorporation for Tha
Pones company were filed In tha county
clerk'a office yesterday. Ths company
Is formed' to. carry on Irrigation work
In numberoua and divers ways, and alao
to deal in real eatat Lafo- Pewoet L.
V. Pence and C. M. Idleman are tho In
corporators and tha ' capital stock la
For Sale Klaht-room modern house,
est JPftenth.Ait. between Oak and
Pino, M.00S. - Quarter Moek -East Fif
teenth .between Belmont and Taylor
streets. 11.100.' - For rent, modern 7
room house, East Fifteenth and Oak,
I jo. w. . Clemens, it Btarx street,
Why not start right R. H. Blossom,
tho publlo aooountant will "start" you.
Ws also deal tn real eaiate. rentaia.
loans and firs Insurance. ' Property of
non-residents receives . oar special at
tention. - til Chamber 'of Commerce.
Phono Main 174. ' .
Remember 1ia number. - Wo ' have
moved our entire stock of paints from
lis Front to lis First, near Aider.
Paint, varnish, stains, enamels, going
at less than factory cost. . Paint Firs
Sal of Tlmms. Crass at Co,
Tho members of tho Oregon Bar as
sociation will hold a dollar banquet at
ths rooms of tho Commercial club on
Tuesday evening, November 11. at 7
o'clock. . secretary Robert T. . Piatt Is
expecting a largo attendance.
Moor, tho photographer will remove
to his new quarters In ths Blks build
ing tha early part of tho week.; Tha
finishing teuehes hare nut Uteu -put
upon - the rooms, but when completed
tho parlor will be tho finest In the
B. D. Jorgensen, who was arrested
with a number of others for failure to
have' the lights on hla automobile prop
erly numbered, desire it- understood
thst ho' was not arrested for "scorch
ing." . , v-
'' Thomas X. Strong has cone to New
York for two or three weeks on legal
business. During hla absence any bualv
ness in his office needing attention will
bo looked after by Mr. C, Henri Labb,'
Tou have been Intending to calcimine
your- room. - liar' your opportunity.
Prepared calcimine. : regular 10 cent
package now tt cents at paint fir sale,
Hi First, near Alder. ' ,;
F. H. Wilson yesterday pleaded guilty
to a statutory crime and was sen
tenced to serve 10 days In fhs county
jail. Jennie L. Begblois waa ths com
Watches and diamond tl down and
BOo par week. Oooda delivered on first
avment.- Xmas I coming.- Metxnr
Co., Jswelers, optician. Ill Sixth.
Tea, it's Patton's sun proof' paint.
with a five-year guarantee, going at less
than factory coat. - Paint fire sal. New
location 14S First, near Alder. '
Mr, Charles R. Paul of Chicago, repre
senting Hart, Schaffner , Marx, the
largest clothing manufacturer, 1 at
the Hotel Portland. . ,
Pfundar the Florist. 141 Sixth street.
between Alder and Morrison. Invites all
patrons and friends to eall and Inspect
the new quarters.- '-"
'Among the guests at General Grant's
luncheon, to Prlnos Lou I were Major
and Mrs. wuny formerly stationed at
Portland. ' ; i
Paint' varnish, stains, ete. .'Here's
your Opportunity to buy paint at factory
price. Fire sale. New location, 11 First
near Alder.' ,...- "' -
Profeasor Beggs will give private les
son In dancing at 121 Sixth street near
Main, either day or night Phone next
week. ,, ..... i i . . -.. .. . -. ... '
Yafl-Cn'Vat4 rlnH. it vt taAnti
keeps your clothes cleaned, pressed. 171
West Park.'. Paclflo III. Open all night
I B. Johnson, proprietor of a saloon
SETTLE FATE OF
School Board Will" determine
Fate of Proposed System at -Tomorrow'
MAJORITY DO NOT;. ' 1
- FAVOR THIS STEP
With the Teachers They Hold It
Would Civ Too Great an Oppor.
. tunity, for Favoritiam Witten
berg Is Sola Advocate. .
Ths proposed merit system for teach
ers in tho publle schools of this city
will either bo put into rtect or will be
abandoned by the board of school di
rectors tomorrow night, when a report-
will bo submitted by the merit system
commission, naming the teachers enti
tled tol tho tt a month Increase in' sal
ary, by reason of having thelr names
on the merit list.-- -.
Three of five members of tho board
have- openly expressed themselves aa
opposed to tho merit system. They are
3. V. Beach, I. N. Fleiscbner and Mrs.
L. W, Sltton. Richard Williams is slso
said to disapprove of tho plan. Her
man Wittenberg Is ths only advocat
of ths merit system. It waa. through
his efforts that the proposed plan wqs
adopted by tho boad at a secret meet
ing. Publlo sentimont has opposed tho
plan, and tho teachers themselves have
urged that It ahould never bo put in
operation, as It would breed favoritism.
At the annual meeting or-taxpayers
money waa voted for a horlsontal In
crease In tho salaiiea of grade teach'
ers. A horlsontal Increase of I a
month was granted by the board last
spring, but a portion of tho sum pro
vided by the taxpayers waa set aside to
meet tho Increased pay of tho merit
list. ' ,.. .- ; ' :
Whsn it wss learned what had been
done by tho board a protest aroae from
the taxpayers and teachers. Several
meetings were given over to a discus
slon of ths matter and tho members of
ths board : were accused of adopting
metliids that were Impracticable, in
stead of rescinding Its . action. ' tho
board proceeded' to nam a commission
composed of thro principals from the
elementary schools, the principal of tho
high school and tho city attperintendent.
They were to have filed their report of
those who were entitled to be placed on
tho merit list before the teachers draw
their salaries for the first month of tho
fall term, but ths board failed to call
for a report. Consequently tho teach
er who would have been entitled , to
tho extra IS a month under ths merit
system did not receive any additional
Increase In salary,, and then came - an
other protest. ' " i ' ' i
'' "' 8uperintendenr"Rlgler said yesterday
that ths report of - tho merit system
commission waa prepared and would be
submitted If tho board called for tt .
at "Twenty-aixth and ' Upshur streets,
waa fined til by Presiding Judge Fraxer
yesterday afternoon. - Johnson. was
fonnd-guHty-of' hawing. -kepthla saloon
open after 1 o'clock on Juno 17. The
case had been appealed from tho muni
cipal wuis . .. .-'-, , i 7 .. . -,t.
- Any watches ' eleaned, 11.00: main
spring. 11.00: all work guaranteed one
year, Metsger e co, lit mxin street.
Jono lose leaf ledger and Enreka
aheeta; first prise at xposltn. how.
Davis Kllham. Ill Second street
Every Sunday ' a ' full course French
dinner, with wine, at Richard hotel, 91
per oover. corner park and Aiaer.
1j House to rent See my ' advertise
ment on today classified page. Sd
ward T. Hynson. "The Rent Man."
Fourth annual ' dano of the Junior
Eton League Sunday evening, Novem
ber it, Everest' orchestra. - .
Mrs. B. F. Kyne, scalp specialist,
room SI Bussel building. Fourth and
Morrison. Phono Paclflo SIS. ;
Any watches eleaned. tri malnspHng,
SI: all work guaranteed one year. Mats-
gar V Co., Ill Sixth street
' Portland' beat dancing school. SOS
Alder. Prof. Rlngler. Mlaa Buckanmeyer.
Ladlea' gymnasium class, tho Rlngler
Physical culture aenooa i per montn.
--' - V
Th Marquam , Program reachea the
better element 01 aa reaaers. . -. ,. ., ;
L; Frlts's ta males arethe beat
THE LAST WEEK. ;
:.'-' , A
Aaotlon Sals of Japanese Art Ooods
Kurt B Oonolnded a Ono.
If th cltisens of Portland, and more
especially those making any pretensions
to a knowledge and love or high art
would only - realise whet la Offered at
the auction sale - of Japan's matchless
exhibit at the Lewis and Clark exposi
tion, ths sale would close In a day. ' At
this sale, which has been In progress
at the Chamber of Commerce building
the past two weeks, some of the finest
warea produced by the Japanese people
have been selling for less than the duty
paid to bring them Into the country.
These goods represent the highest prod
ucts' of, tho Japanese factories .and art
shops. - .y , . . ,,'-.,.
There yet remain on hand some of the
most valuable articles tn the entirs col
lection and all these must be closed out
this week. The Japanese commis
sioner,1 under' whoso auspice th sale
is conducted, are obliged to leave, and
the sale must be concluded tn the short
est time possible. ,
v Whereto Dine. .
The Calumet Beatanraat, It Sevaalh Cm,
Announce a great opening today. Bun-
day, November IS. Mesar. Alladlo and
Sargousse, the new proprietors, are both
well known chefs, -M. Alladlo formerly
was proprietor of Malson Tortonl, In
Seattle, and Malson Rlche In San Fran-
eisco.v'M. Sargousse was formerly ehef
at th Arlington club. No expense has
been spared to aaeUfavtb public. - Do
Caprto's famous Lewis and Clark Ad-
mlnhtt ration band ha been engaged for
the occasion. -
"Watch the Omaha Grow." ' Clean,
modern restaurant French dinner, with
wine, loo. New . msnageraent The
Omaha. 41 Sixth. -.
' French sook will servo yon with a
genuine French dinner, with .wlnaJSo.
Manhattan Buffet 4 Sixth.
A farmer near Woodburn raised over
10 bushels of potatoes per acre, some
of them weighing over 4 pound .apleoe,
' J ,. .. . A'... ,
Contestants for The JournaJ'i
v Hawaiian Trip Work Eagerly
" to Secure the Prize. -
MISS PHILLIP3 ONCE
MORE 13 LEADER
Her Vot th Heavlet Cast in tha
State L Grand Still Ahead of
Pendleton -How tha Ballot Stands
Elaewher. " ;'".
Voting In The Journal' Hawaiian trip
contest . waa lively last week. Up to
last night 11,137, votes bad been received
during the week, making; it one Of the
most notabls since th eontest started.
The first district ha been particularly
lively . and the standing of th can
didate has materially changed.. Miss
Minnie 8. Phillips, deputy clerk of the
Mias . Robina Cdtt man.
circuit -court, is tho leader now - with
1 &XZ S. jrote- 3d. las -Jallla Msdlgan - of
Oiua. Wortman A King store, ha SS,-
451. votes. ' Miss Sadls Wlntermantle la
third with ST.4ir votes r Miss Xura Baty
fourth with 44.4I4 vote and MUs Oret-
chen Kurth firth with SS.T4fvotea.T
The aecond district continue to be
made lively by tho race between :
Qrande and Psnrtlston , Th foxiasf.gUU.
ha th. leadership, a Miss Katie Naah
of that place ha 41.174 votes. MUs
Agnes Fletcher of Pendleton is second
with 48,311 votes and- Miss Molly
Proebstel third with 4MJ7 vote,
An awakening took place in the tnlrd
district during the week and Miss Emllie
Crosssn Of The Dalles mads a gain of
4,100 votes In two days, giving her a
total of S 7,4 IS votes, which give her
quite ' hold on first position. Miss
Luclle Crate, also of The Dalles, Is
second with 11,141 votes and Mis Stella
Richardson of Hood River is a close
third with 24.431 votes.
The boom continues in the fifth dis
trict but th ladershlp 1 still retained
by Miss Florence Heavren of Vancouver,
who has 21,774 votes. Mlsa Katherln
Gore of Kalama la second with 11.014
and Miss Amelia William of Kelso haa
third place with, 17.104 votes. Astoria
continues to figure in the eontest In the
fifth district and the two candldatee
from that place are making a steady in
crease. Deaplte the faot that their
nomination were . made recently they
MIm Blanch Brown.
are gaining considerable strength. Miss
Robina Coffman, one of the most popu
lar young ladle of Astoria, now ha
1.044 vote and her friend ar rallying
to her support. Miss Coffman haa ' a
large circle of friends who are anxious
to see her win and they promise to make
every effort to bring the fifth' district
prise to the city by the sea.
Southern Cregon has been heard from
during the week and the gains made in
the sixth district have been remarkably
large. Miss Blanche Brown of Salem,
ta now tho leader of th die trio t Dar
ing the woek ehe made a gain ol 14.040
votes snd her total vote at present
Is 17,44. Mis Madg Bat tee of. Bu
arena. who haa held the- leadership for
some time,, Is In second plsce, having
14.40 vole to her credit. There are
Indication .aat th eonteet In the sixth
district will resemble that In the sec
ond, Inasmuch at It will bo a battle be
tween two hustling cities. . In ths sec
ond district La Grande end Pendleton
are etruggtlng. while tn the sixth dis
trict Salem and Eugene re eager con
tea tanta but there are other factor in
th lxth district, for there Is Albany
and several other places. Woodburn
la making a hard fight for ite candidate,
Miss Lucy Morcotn, who now haa third
pJece.i having 11,151 votes to hsr credit.
Miss Bertha couriemancne of Mo-
Mlnnviile continues to hold the leader.
ship7 In th seventh district. Bhe now
has 21.060 votes. MUs Hasel Kennedy
of Lafayette la second with 14,411 vote
- f ? J :
I low rents" CREDIT TO ALL. I LOW PRICES
3Q-f3-8 East Morrison Street
. Thremocks East Side of Morrison Street Bridge -Qet
our East Side prices before you make your purchaie
of AH Is Made by
Best values for the price in
Men's and Youths1 Suits
and Overcoats with a com
pliment of a turkey to select
any time till Thanksgiving
day with the purchase of a
: suit of overcoat. Big., sav
ing on Shoes for Ladies,
Men, JMisses or Boys 20
per cent saved on 1 Hats,
Pants, Shirts and Under
wear. Good selection of
Blankets and Comforters,
Trunks and Suit Cases.'
Strictly one price , to all
marked in plain figures. -'
Running two stores. Corner
First and Yamhill and Cor
ner Third and Davis. ...
C A, WALKBTR," If gr, r -
SltCUlBESIGm IK fCt!CTUSC '
; AN) CABINET V0B1 ;
atUessas Male and Steaoemted.
Special Atteatloa CHvea t
'- j;..,! Sepal Work. -. -t ..
, tlOUf Md VmkafJS -44S-4M-4S2
Sort Street, PsrtlatC 0rea
.Phon Main S4S. .
R. ANDREWS, Proa't .
For S weeks, with opportunltr to se
cure 80 suit at II to 110. Meetings
very WOdneeday evening, investigate.
Johnston Soil Club
4fi a Wastiautoa Street
W O. INOLK8. IIS West Park street.
secured the 110 suit in tho J. H. John
ston Suit club, Wednesday evening, No
vember s. in connection witn tne Bull
club we have established a Pressing and
Cleaning ciuo i per montn. , . .
SEE US FOJI
Or CALL UP RED 2003
W. t. Berg Si Sons, BS4 TamhCL
JOHN CLAIRJL MONTEtTH
Berently ef Kew Tort, baritone aoloiit at the
wmte Temple, win reeaive popiia ta voice ni
ton, zzts wasaiagtoa sb, room as.
and Mlsa Cora Bpangl third with 11,274
votes. ,-, ....... i w
In th eighth district Mis Edna Para-
ley of Rossburg isada with 21,012 votes.
Mis Dal Harmon ia second with 27,046
vote. f -v .-.
Milwaukis Country Club.
Ksstorn and See t tie races. Take Sell-
wood and Oregon City ear at ITlrst and
Alder. ' , . . ..i .
BelTOld the happy Oregon fanner I '
tkx omioow wATza powta a
BAQ.WAT COMPAJtr. s . . . .
EST AC AD A
" RATES ( .
is imct TtoK voTtnsa a
teociag-wlth Wreakfart... 1
Boom aad wr4 ft y t.ee
gena aa Bes rw wk-.......... . 10.04
, Brmktt, lOa. Lnneaesa, Me. -
Special Tiokat, hwlBdlag reaad-trty
fare aa 4uum U
IpMlal ' Tioket, - laoloalTie reuad-trip ,
hrtj se si(M' ledg la sad tkrMBj M
V . CARS LEJtVR '. '
noxrr onnox rust ass Auxa it.
Dally at T:W, , II M a. m. 1:10, :,
'...., i:40, Til p. BW . -
rsose er Write
' Li O. MacMahon, Manager
' 1 ZSTAOAOA. OklOO. -
$1 Per VJwli
CORRECT MILLINERY SSs
1,000 Street Hats at reduced price. SO) Dress and Suit Hat, Saf
SCSaTU ASSOBTlCXarS of all the wanted thing tn TaMMMISttS. A few
tap aside from th high-rent district prices not so high. Ws at all
times sell rmXSX, STfUSX and 7BACTXOAX, neadweae lowor than the
special prices of "bargain etores." After looking In vain "nil ever town"
for what you want you are pretty euro to And It at 1 "
W have a .very large line of
finest " quality of Linen Warp
Matting on hand and muef close
out in order to ;. make room for.
"holiday goode ; now ." arriving. In-
Xmas Toys and
' ITSWUSaXa AS9 SXTAXfi.
' We will eontiano eur auction
aale 10 days longer. Com aa4
get bargain. -, .
: -. ser . stomBzsoaT w..
A GIFT OF A
' I on that ia certain to please.
Ther la a fascination about them
that ia undeniable. . W show a
large and comprehensive assort
ment of Diamond, set - Jewelry,
every setting , artlstlo and per
fectly secure. r - :- " -
" W have an extensivs aasort
ment of unset stone, from which
. you ean make a aelectlqn If yon
prefer. v , ... . . . ..
THE IOWA JEWELER
- 23 Morrison St.
The' superior ' flavor, texture - and
whiteness of bread made from White
River Flour la duo to this fsct: . ;
Xa th milling process every minute
particle of flour Is vitalised by contact
with ionised, or lightning-shattered air.
The process Impart a lightness- of
color and quality to hard wheat flour
and rendera It more digestible. .
There's a guarantee with every sack
which says: . "If you don't like It better
then any other flour, return the aack
and your money will be refunded." AUen
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shopping is ewliMaa SUtrlet. all tarr.
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Miss Edith Kelly
Formerly of Chicago, will receive piano
pupus at studio, i Morrison street.
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and Salmon ts.
nos scazTsns enmctrr.
' Character Chang Artist.
Famous Bin Ribbon Olrl
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. TIM 0X9 WUOCHBM
Program Changed Daily. Special
Matinee Sunday. ,
. Statxaaoaaj at SS Berth Third
street, gl, S3 and SS erth -oad
street, and 143, S4S M S7
Snrasld gtreet. '. .
The nslasal -Jwata. a It somea ...
from th springswno chemlceJe
or drugebest remedy known for
stomach and kidney trouble.
Successor to A. J. Farmer
wgOLUUS AWO &STAT& ttSUKmB.
81, SSS and S8 Third SV, Oo. JeCrn
Price quoted below win save yen at
least ze psr cam; 1
Western Dry Granulated Cane Sugar
iuv-10. cacsj . ,..i3.v
IS lbs. Western Dty Granulated -
Cane Sugar , 11. 0
Beet Dry Granulated Surar. sack.. 13.20
l-lb. can Royal Baking Powder. 1, ,4'io
1-lb. can Schillings' Baking Powder.. IJo
l-lb. nka. Arm and Hammer Soda. . . 60
Shredded Wheat Biscuit, per pkg..,.lfti
7 lb. French Prunes. .2 5n
S lbs. clean white Rice ............ 2 Ko
lbs. L. M. I-Crown Kalsins. ....... JSn
13 bars Roval Savon 8oan 16o
Hard Wheat Flour, per aack ,l 00
Best Eastern Haras, per pound... ..1 4a
Pionlo Hams, per pound On
Shredded Coooanut. per pound 10
-id. pan oeai Lra.,,, .......... "i
10-lb pall beat Lard ...II 04
10-lb. pall best Lard 11
Beet Sort Wheat Flour, per aack... 1.4
Java and Mocha Code (regular Sto),
per pound ,
S (be. broken Java and Mocha (equal
to 20c) rla
2 can Ptimros Cream. ....... .....He
Tls-er Cream r-ulr !, p ean.. It
Kngllah Breakfast Tea re. 24o). lb. Ii
Fine Gunpowder Tee. (special), lb...H-
Bcotch Oats, per pkg. I"1
Tar Soap, I bars fi
Tela Naphtha Soap, per bar. .... "
Poatum Cereal, per pkg - 'J
Hth box Soda Crackers (about II lbs
per box . Y "'l
Beit Cape Cod Cranberriea, per e)t...Ai
T'neela Blarulta, per pkg
Fancv Burhenk pntati. per aak ..it--
atltobea Sraad Pariar Katobe.
f 1.400 to pke per 1n ....... .711
Lenox Brand l arlor Matches (I1) to
box), per dosen Sl
Feat Sl1e dller1ea Tie"-e '
Fridays. . H'o"ft ort:i A
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