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711Z OUZZOU DAILY JOUnilAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING,:-NOVEMBER 17,' 1SCJ.
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Wtica UuoW4 we will rttura fuut Boa
aa4 tke a-l will -be to null It U ant llk.ljr
ion e-at will aialu BiUM p roar boiwe VI
iulug ftwr waaklag at yuul haiu.
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DAY'S EUEOIS 00
Oraad and Hawthora Aveaaee.
Pive-nory Bteae aal atrUV Asaesleem
. PUn Apartatent Kotal Ximest U
"A ConMmroatltf Cu$todlam."
. . X9WMrp ABUlgBKBTS.
"4 MX 1 Mralerv"
waiter Nnkin and Earl Breeding,
coys of II, who decided Thureday aft
srnooa to. embark upon life troubled
, ava. uiiiivuiuvrvu pi parwiliwft restraint.
are cni-e mora bark at thalr own ft re-
aide. Ill East Tfs.fth strset north
After rosmlna for iiviril hours at tha
foot of Tharman atraat. darkness over
took tnsaa and tha only placa which of-
rsq anensr iron ma orencning rain
waa aawar pipe. ' .. Into this thay
crawled and whan morning broka thay
war quit willing to hi thamaalvaa
horns srd. Tha polloa wara notified
to look out for tha runaways but tbalr
service wara not required.
vwotviiwuvi a ... vnjuf mf ii wmw ua,-
price Saturday eventnc asles of houss-
hold naoaaattfaa at tha J. J.- KaOderly
Vi a fA r. m Inr. 1 4 A VImI' a ...I
, tween Waehlngtoa and Aldar. Mr.
Kaddarly bought thla building and lot
: avna Bittfta mm mwrm in inti nurnocr
Avar! Mkl aa-A .. Ua.hu 4uat ant ten
sveryiiiing settled within, and now de-
r - t mm tA a .mi. la . au. I a ' k. kl. V. a. a. .4
W.vw ... an, ua.. , fTWyia, WIvU HI, 1 B. V.
. aoma premleea, ao baa ' inaugurated
these special half rata aalca for avary
amrosy evening, xonignt It la, a yine
covsrsd (to Berlin tw kattla for I Ha
: Whlla tha ferryboat W. B. Mason
waa eroaaln-g tha Willamette yaatarday
taam of horaaa on board became
frightened and backed themaalvea and
a load of eoat Into tha rlvar. The boat
waa iMauw- iwhkiw- wwj iiuunaanni
were hauled back Into tha ferry and
-tha wMftwf-wmHgttaoad.' waa aatwd
aleo. ' Tha outfit belonged to tha In
dependent Coal and lea company. t .
We have struck a popular chord by
' ahAtvlna Ana naa, alnH wAnlaJ, Thaw
cme in a great variety of ahadea and
patterna. Wa make any autt In tha
, houee to order for 111, no mora, no less.
To fine appoe ranee, durability and all
around goodness our aulta can not be
excelled. Don't fall to eoe tha valuea
wa offer before placing your order.
near Bisth. ' ,
; Ola Olen. an employe of the O. W. P.,
baa notified tha polloa that ha was held
up and robbed of 111 by twe masked
highwayman at Twenty-eighth atraat
and tha Sandy road at I o'clock yaatar
day mrnlng.. Olsn Immediately walkad
to town, but owing to his unfamlllaiity
with tha city did not reach police head
quarters until many houra after tha
, David Laubry Oea of 120 Grand ave
nue north, baa returned from Atlanta.
MOv, where he' went to settle the -
lata Af nevM (.aAHrhrv tha - Waal f h V
Vilaaourlan for whom ha waa named.
Mr. Uee Inherits the entire aetata, con
alatlng Of twe Term a and soma olty
property. He will make another trip
U Missouri la April.. . : , .
' Like many an inquliltiv child, little
Bert Selfert, residing on Peer .aland.
rangement ef a number of dynamite
rape, which ha had found near hla home.
The youngater la now In the Oood 8a-
rnarnan nospitai suii-nring rrnm a oaair
- mangled .left leg. It . la thought he
will recover, ' .
VA" Lareon. proprietor of a saloon at
It North Third street, who wss ar
rested laat night on a charge of sell-
Imb. Ilnima . m a a.aa .Ir..i1if Inln.lMlaul
-waa fined III by Judge Cameron thla
morning. A feature of the caae waa
'that the drunken man. also bora the
name of lSrsoo," , ... '
grand opening at Allyeh Broa.
Oriental Rug etore. southeast corner
of-Tfnth. snd Wsshlngton, takes plica
tonight, from to 10. Tha a tore Is
finely decorated, splendid muslo will be
present, and aome of tna noneat or
Oriental rug creations will b on exhi
il esasMawasj . .
Charles H. - Care y, Omar C Spencef,
and Roger p. Blnnott this morning filed
in ths office of ths county clerk articles
of incorporation of the Western Elec
trio compsny. Thsy will manufacture
and deal In merehnndlae and commodi
ties of. alt Whd.TplttrstofcrtOO,OiOv
Roses for Fall Planting. We now
have thouaands of choirs Ross Bushes
at our ross yard, foot of Yamhill
treat. Call and make your" selections
and get -ths planta aet out early. De
scriptive catalogue. - Portland Seed Co.,
Front And Yamhill streets. .
Temple Beth Israel's new Rabbi, J. B.
Wise, will arrive lr Portland aome time
nest week and la expected to deliver
hla inaugural - sermon next - Friday
night. Ths rsbbl Is reported to be on
Ms way hers from ChstUnooga, Tsnn.,
til formsr charge.
Articles of Incorporation of tha Rat-four-Uuthrle
Trust company were filed
)n Ue offlo cf the county clerk this
morning by Walter J. Burns, William
Msrkenaie and James Cormsck. Thsy
will do a general trust business. ' Capi
tal eock 1100,000. . . . - ,
Articles of incorporation of the Cast
Side club were filed In the office of the
county clerk thla morning. The object
of the incorporation la to maintain a
club houaa and room a with the usual
appllancsa of a social club for ita mem
bers. The articles stats that the prop
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am mm msm
has hat more to do with the prosperity of the American people than
any other one force. It has taught and encouraged habits of saving
and thrift and has enabled the earners of wages and small salaries
to purchase property, build homes,' establish tnemselves injusiness
and provide tor the future.. T"
- THE CITIZENS BANK
has been foremost among those engaged in this good work. , As it
haa it tha-past amVtrri many, it i anvimie. n do Stilt more fof
others, ' ' : ; '
LET IT HELP YOU
One dollar, deposited in this bank, begins to draw 4 per cent interest
at once. . ' , . ,
:-Your money-lf held irTJibsolute securfty and your interests are
carefully guarded. -y - . . r
. Make a deposit at once if you would open the way for oppor?
tunitv, prevent loss and gain prosperity. '
Vou will receive courteous treatment and a growing account
will enable you to take advantage of the benefits and influence of
the bank. - - . - . ,
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Cfelldraa'c utaralle la Oullta
Me ealrte, eoliara. eufft, ewate, eveialle er
hmaari aMe is Ult deyairtaieat. Ve utUe
UNION LAUNDRY CO.
Sa 4 aad Oeliuakia gtnete.
arty now owned by the club la worth
I3.I0I. Tba officers of the club, -who
are Me Incorporators, are: Whitney. la
Bolae, Edward Newbegln, W. B. Halvor,
1L IL Mawball, R. 1. - laman, Jesee
Btearns, George W. Moleomh, J. M.
Uealy and Waiter r. Burrali, . .,
Alleging that her huaband daaerted
her II years after their marriage, Nancy
A. Martin haa begun suit in the a lata
circuit court for a divorce from Auatln
Martin. Mra. Martin, in her complaint.
atatea that they were married at Bran
aln, Michigan, in April, 1171, and that
Martin deaarted her in January, 1101.
M. A. Zollinger eppeara aa attorney for
Senator La Follette awaa entertained
M-iuncheon yeaterday afternoon by an
old school mate, jonn L4vmont, 01 tnia
city. Among other gueata at the lunch,
eon were Alex S week, John B. Coffey
Kind Dr. C, W. Cornelius
l-.Orsnd mas.ueraa .ill glvet ly lao4le t
hernias Social club No. 1 Sunday even
ing. November II, at Union hall. Stark
street, between Firat .and Seoond.
Friends Invited. - - -- . -.. . ...
The eloquent Bishop Carroll of Helens,
Montana, will preach the sermon at the
10:1ft o'clock maaa tomorrow ' at Ht.
ratrtck'a church, Nineteenth and Sevier
Four Byes Bxamlned Free.We are
still selling eyeglaaaea at ll.lt. A per
fect fit guaranteed. Metsger Co.,
lewelera and opticians. 111 Sixth street
Steamer Jessie Harklns for Camas,
Waahouaal and way landings dally ex
cept Sunday. Leaves Washington street
dock t S p.
Dr. O. M. Wells baa returned from
the esst and will be found at hla office
s usual. Realdence phono Kast 1161.
For oil and. gasoline phone Red Tank
Oil company. Main 1112. Ill Firat
treat, corner Alder..
Woman's Exchange. Ill Tenth street.
lunch ll;l te t business msn's lunch.
Asms Oil Co. sells the best safety anal
ell and One gasoline. Phone Esst Tit.
Carl Jonas for reading. 4th and Wash.
MilwaukFe Country Club. :
Eastern and California- raeea. Take
Sellwood and Oregon City earn at First
and Alder. '.
Y. M. C, A. NIGHT CLASSES
Xndlvtdos.1 Knstnwem Psea Sedtteed
Oae-Xalf for tbe Beat of Thla Tana,
Tha night claaaea of the Y. M. C. A.
have' a 10 par cent larger attendance
thia year than ever before. In ala or
even aubjecta no additional atudenta
cen bs taken, but there is still some
room In the msioritv of the classes
Th lliairui'lISfTTaTiirgely-Imii vidusl.
especially In tbe technical, business and
practical subjects.- Ths fees have been
reduoed one-half for the -rest of -ths
term and students rosy enter sny night,,
but to - Tscsive he t greatest benefit
should enter early becsuss ths term IS
now Just half over." Students may atlll
enter In any of tha following classes.
Alsebrs, .architectural or mechanical
drawing, arithmetic bookkeeping, ear-
nantrw ehamlatrv alaat rlnll aram.r 1
geometry, -mining, penmsnshlpr reading!
snd spelling, rhetoric, shorthand, sur
veying, Spanish, telegraphy, typewrit
ing, vocal music, wood turning.
- A 8 my Sals.
At the Boaton atore. First-end Sal.
moh," there opened up this morning ths
sale of the bankruptcy stock of goods
from Rodgers a Sons, Peoria. Illinois.
Msn's snd wbmen's olothlng. shoes, hate
and underwear, etc, were bought for II
cents on the .dollar and will be aold at
a ridiculously low price. The aale
opened thle morning under very favor
able ausplcea. .' Deaplte the .rainy
weather the stors waa well filled all
morning. Tha advertisement advlaed
the rcta.ll trsds to corns In the morning,
This advtre seemed to be taken. Juda-
Ing from ths busy condition of the store.
The store v will be opened this evening
... , a .aa . .
1 Seaside Sunday Excursions.
- Ths A. v R. R. R. will run an ex
cursion to , seaside and return every
Sunday at the round-trip rate of 1 1.1.
Take advantage of the low rate and ae
the ocean. Tlcketa for aale during ths
week at 141, Alder atreet and at tbe
uinon depot, Sunday morning.
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Complet Arrangtmnt Mad
"7 for New Schooihoute in
St. Johns. ..
SITE SECURED FOR .
- PROPOSED BUILDING
Mount Scott Ptopla Demand Mor
. Lights Along the Car Lino Mil
wsukle Crane May Buy Property
' Other East Side Notei.
i Sast Bid Separtakeni.
--Cemplet arrangementa for "tha near
111.000 achool building which la (a be
erected in, St.. Johna during the aomlng
year were decided upon by the achool
board at Ita last meeting. A alte baa
been selected in the northern part - of
town en the property of M. L. Holbrook,
and the deal for the land 1s ee good aa
closed. It wee only after, every possi
ble location for the building had been
thoroughly eonaldared that the present
ana was chosen. .
The property comprises' le lots,-with
a frontage of 251 feet on Chapel street,
III feet on Stewart atreet. and III feet
on Holbrook avenue. It is admirably
adapted In many waye for school Djir
poses, being a prettylocktlon as well aa
being aituated on tba highest point In
that perl. of. the city.
The district paid 11.409 for tha alte.
and for this amount Mr, Holbrook
Stumba and make tha excavations for
the foundations -so that tha land will
He delivered to ' the school board all
rad y for the masons to. go to work.
The plana and bids for tha eohoolbouae
will . bs the next thing In order. The
board haa decided that they will build
an eight-room building, arranged so that
In esse It becomes psoesssry to enlarge
the building, other rooms may be added
without destroying the uniformity and
architectural symmetry of the atruc
tura. -Oistrlo Xa aondsd. v
About' a month ago tha district of
St. Johns voted to bond ths district
for the required smount te build the
schoolhouse and tha vote waa unani
mous a circumstance unprecedented in
the chronicles of 8t Johns. And now
that" a " alt- has "been" choaeir with -no
trouble, the people of thla community
are reasonably aasured of a modern
school building that will meet the re
quirements of St' Johns for some time
to come In spite of Its rapidly growing
Ths women of St Johns have
launched a movement to erect
drinking fountain and they are giving
a aeries of sntertslnments and socials
for thst purpose. It will be the object
of the women to obtsln something that
will be an ornament to the olty. al
though as yet the exact deelgn for the
fountain haa not been chosen. It will
be looated on Burlington atreet In front
of tha naw olty ball, and will cost in
tha neighborhood of 1300. One enter
tainment haa already been h'eld whtch
netted the eauaa 121 sjid others will
follow- until the amount -necessary to
build ths fountain haa been raised.
XJgnta Along car Una,
Tba people of the Mount Scott district
fop a long time have been aware of
the dangers that have existed along the
Una of the a W. P. from the lack of
llghta at the varioue stations. - Msny
times It haa been expressed by the riti
sens of the district thst it wss i
mtracls that there were not more acci
dents then ' there are because of ' the
darkness slong ths line and the apeed
last night in which Miss Alpha Turner
waa Instantly killed bss suddenly em
phasised this used ' and the Improve
menv association will immediately re
quest that lights be placed at the Sta
tlona along the Mount Scott line.
The stations - themselves -are Inade
quate, considering the amount of pat-
ronags ths O. W. P. rscelves. In this
district, snd the -people there earneatly
provided. When the resident of any of
these ststlons returns from his day's
work In ths city hs Is compelled to
alight from the brightly lighted - and
night, where probsbly the mud is six
or eight - inches deep, it Is far from
pleasant and an Improvement of these
conditions woultf greatly enhance the
value of property In these communities.
A slight ex panne would be all that la
required of the car company and the
return to the Tompany would be cor
respondingly augmented as tha popula
tion of the district would Increase with
these added comforts. "-
Baseball Bntl.nsiaf. l '12-
The Mount Scott bssket-bsli team
that. has been meeting for practice reg
ularly at uie Kern park-akatlng rink,
haa elected a captain and is looking for
guinea. Following la the make-up of
the aggregation: Captain and center.
Frank Klndrick: guards. Harry Chevo
tend' Arnold Letistre. and - forwrada.
Harry Clapp and Clare Bnlater. The
team la practicing fahfully twice a
week and expect to develop a surpris
ingly fsst bunch with the mstertsl and
facilities they have at their command.
The Mllwaukle Grange. Patrons of
Husbandry, which haa -very at rang
chapter, consisting of about 111 mem
bers. Is nearotlstlng for the purchsse of
ths Evangelical church on Main street
which they will convert Into a lodge
room and banquet hall. . The building
la centrally located and - comprises a
lot and a two story building.- A lodge
hell- will be prepared above and. the
banquet Tiall " below. For a long time
the Mllwaukle Orange have been de
sirous of buying a hall and It Is only
now that an opportunity has presented
Itself. The deal will probably be cloaed
The Mount Scott -Volunteer Fire de
t J.-...- j 1
,' , STsTDAT AT TntB
Cornet- Twelfth ana Taylor Street,
lotto a. ai -?
Peter: the JailfBreakerM
V hotm and Oixt'a 'cboma .
JiI"l.:Litiao . mi..: ,
Baptism and Speelal Masie. '
. . . tn stotxs QvamTST .
M.ss l-wler. Mrs. Reed, Mr. Robin
. son and Mr. Belcher Sing.
' Advance "sale tickets for Shaun
Cummlng concert distributed. ,
bats rauia it it coxa
4 Per Cent -
- For the convenience of
its customers on Satur
day evenings from.6 to 8
114 Second St.
. . Comer Washington .
partmant will give a big turkey shoot
on Thsnksglvlng day.
A new boat is being built In the ahlp
yaras at gi. jonna.
Lots In Univaralty Park-war gd-
vanced by real aetata men thla .week
and aome of the choice locations, on ths
Peninsular oannot be bought for within
1100 of what they oould laat week.
Tha vault In the new city hall at St
John haa beeneompleted arid progreea
on tha bulldliig' la going right along,
although tha rains of ' the peat two
weeka have delaysdjhe work consider
I. M. Qroom, deputy etate organiser
Knights vt tha Maeawbsea, i Is IneUtuU
ing a new tent at Naenvllie ana in
formed tha other membera In the Mount
Scott district thst en the completion of
the organisation gt Nashville ths tents
at both Lenta and Arista would ce con
solidated with the new one." thereby
making a big Maccabee tent centrally
located at Nssnvme. ' j
The saw mill at Lenta haa been com
pelled to ehutdown on account pt the
high water of the laat two weeks. This
in very unusual, aa the Lenta mill haa
been running steadily for msny years
and haa not been compelled to such an
action In the memory of some of the
oldest Inhabltanta of the little town.
BUT ONE BIRTH FOR EVERY
7; THOUSAHD PEOPLE ;
Monthly Report of the Board of
Health Gives Interesting
Less than on birth for every 1.600
persons occurred tn Multnomsh county
during October, aocordlng to. the laat
monthly report of the state board of
health, lust issued. . .,
' The report gives tha number of births
at 111 and -the number of deatha aa lt6.
The fact that outalda of Portland, phy-
alclans do , not. report all the blrtha
which they attend, accounta for the
rather email total for the county, aa
weU aa the total of III blrtha In the
etnte during the same period.'
In Multnomah county there were nine
deatha from tuberculosis, eight - from
typhoid fever and two from diphtheria.
Typhoid fever la atlll frequent la Lane,
Polk and Umatilla oountlea, aa tbe to
tal of deatha from thla dleea.se for the
state II. Ths report aa complied
by Dr. Robert C. Tepney, secretary of
that 414 marriages took plscs In Ore
gon during October. It is Impossible
to lesrn the exsct number of cere
monies which take place, aa county of
ficera r sow about obeying tha state
law which require auch report to be
mad to tha board. -
The following permits have been Is
sued : . J. Rosa, . two-story dwelling,
Williams svenue. bet ween Mason -and
Skldmore, coat 11.000; J. JttcDermott,
repairs, Mllwaukle, corner Holgate,
coat 1120; Mra. Cordelia Krebs, . two
toryd welling, ;WlllIameavenue, be
tween Monroe and Fargo, cost IJ.ooof
F. Q. Orelg, one-story dwelling, Kaat
Seventeenth, corner Clackamaa, coat
ILlOOr H.- B. - Stemler,-three- ene-story
dwellings, Alblna avenue, corner Hum
boldt, coat 11.07 each; D. R. Ladd, re
pairs. Cambridge, between Union and
arandavnuav cost' 1100 r Harring
ton, rspalra. North Seventh, between
Pavts and Everett, eoat 10; O. la
Kernan. woodshed, Alblna avenue, be
tween Bland I na and Preacott, coat 150;
A. 8. Ellis, two ons-story dwellings, Mil
dred, between East Elshth and Eaat
Ninth, coat 1800 each; Mra. C. E. Mao
Hale, one-story dwelling, Esst Twenty
ninth, between Wygant and Oolng, coat
$175; O. W. Priest, one-story dwelling,
Hslsht. between Mason and Skldmore,
cost tl.Sl.ftiP.a'.- Wlrf s, repairs. Gan-
tenbeln avenue, between Blandlna and
Fay, cost 1100; L Snell, one-story
dwelling. Esst Twenty-seventh, corner
nisdstone, eost f 160; C. Gee Wo, repairs.
Sixth, between Stark and Oak, eost
500; J. P. Hutcheon, shop. Alder, be
tween Sixteenth and Seventeenth, cost
1100; 3. J. Hswes, two-story dwelling.
Lucretla. between Washington and
Everett, coat tl.ooo; D. Kellaher, two-
tory dwelling. Clackamaa. corner Esat
Nineteenth, -eoat 14.100; S. Richardson.
woodshed. East Thirty-third, between
Alberta and Wygaai, ooat HO.
930 In aold for Its in SSO.
"Whaf in a nmr A great eat.
we think, and therefore we are offering
prise of 110 ' In gold to sny one who
shsll submit ths best name for our mag
nificent new addition to the city of
Vancouver. Washington. This tract
loins ths cMy. on ths north, and la
known aa the General Bacon prune or
chard, et al. cvontalnlng between II and
40 acrea. The tract la without qneatlon
the -moat beaiu&ful and deelrable real
dence section In ths city, being high.
with a sentle aouth slope, snd overlook
Ing the' city, the Columbia river and the
sunrmindJngeMintry ror mues. wnst
shsll ws name" Tt"? Can you tell 7Vr
the beat name aubmltted before Decem
ber II, 1. we will give a prts ef
1 In gold.
Rules of ths contsst:
1.' Only ons.nsme esn be ubmttted
by sny eontestsnt.
J. The name aelected. together with
contestant's name snd sddress, must be
leaibly written on a separate piece) ef
I. tn cnae tw or more person
should select he sum nams. snd their
name should be chosen, th prise will
be divided equally between theee con
testants 4. Address all letters to Thompson,
Swan Swetland, th sol agents, Van
' Preferred Stoeh Oaaaed weed.
Allen Lewis' Best Brand,
- : IF YOU ARE
STARTINQ MARRIED LIFE
Start right. '
Run your household a a man runs
hi business, .'figure-, out your in
come, then, make your expense less
orlhat you will have a ' surplus".
Open an account with ui, so' you can
put this surplut where it will be safe
safe from yourself, because if you
keep it with you, it will surely be
pent. Come around today.
WE PAY 4 Pr Cent
On Savings Accounts
The Savings Bank
- of the '
TITLE GUARANTEE &
officer?; ' ;
J. Thorburn Rog. President.
" George H. Hill, Vice-President. J
1 . I. tturknart, ireasurer.
Jno. E. AitchUon, Secretsry.
Banking: Hours....... 9a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturdays .9 g. m. to 1 p. m,
Saturday Evenings 5 to 8 o'clock-L
240 WASHINGTON STREET.
r PORTLAND, OREGON.
LAND FOR NEW DEPOT
.BOUGHT AT MEACHAM
(gpeHal Dlepstcb te The losrsstt
Meacham. Or- Nov. 17. The O. R.
N. Co. haa purchased a piece of land
here of A. H. Todd for a depot alte, at
1100 an acre. The tract la a quarter
of a mile aouth of the present depot
at Meacham, on the eaat aide of the
track. A new depot . will be built at
once. ' On the opposite aide a water tank
will be placed. ... . .,
The purpose of the change In depot
location la to aecure ' more aidetrack
' Preferred Stool Canned Ooodn,
Allen Jk Lewis' Best Brand.
M. m. V. rtTLTOV. sTatnropatn.
And have vainly tried ill klnda of reme
dies.- ou bsveislmost saturated your
self' with "patents and with drugs.
Tou hsve tainted -your - blood and -the
poison of the "remedies' haa permeated
your whole system. And still you suf
fer likely hsve ntveu up hope of relief
-imagine that- row must linger along
till claimed by death. And here
S AX CrKOTO TOUT STOS BISatASZS
Without a morsel of medicine without
a drag of any kind but by the Nsturo
pathlo method which mean "aocordlng
nui n wo roisosT nr mr
My patients are not given any. Internal
remedies, but are cured by the nractlce
that all physicians must come to, sooner
or later. - v
I .CBAi m tXCX. .
Permanently and effectually, and at the
closing or the transaction, when health
haa been restored and the weak made
strong, there are no drugglata to reckon
with nor drug bills to pay. But the
chief desideratum Is. ' ,
: - "X - cotm, -
And my ourea leave no ating behind. The
aystem ie in a healthy atate. free from
drug poisons and not In condition to
again be stricken because of the con
taminating Influences of the portions
givsn to sffect a hoped-for cur that
never wa effected.
X MAYS OVBBS CASTS Of MBV
For examnle. that had .tortured th pa
tient for year, and stomach troubles
that had baffled the skill of the most
renowned of the drug physicians. All
nervous afflictions, female diseases, lr-
ritsntiities. lame docks, neural rio srrso
tlons. sick headache, scrofulas affeo-
tiona. nrpy mar dl -thttha
human family la euhjeci to. yield like
maslc to my treatment. To Inquiring
ones I will gladly give the names and
addressee of scores of persons whom I
have r u red. and these will lust ss gladly
tell The story or tneir restore lion.
" XT CVaSS UI OTBrSi
Not Partial eure not pretenaes not
attempts not deceptions not vain
Dr. N. J. Fulton
315 TWELFTH STREET
Corner Clay, one bloett from X;' 0. ear,
one rrosa 13th etrewt ear, irons gaf.
fersoa ear. Telephone Mala S1A3.
A model ' home for permanent guesta.
Jheerful fireplaces in every suite, rin
est table and elegant accommodations.
Lowest rates for ths splendid service.
Electric elevator service day and night.
Oas and electric lights throughout ths
building. Ofllee, Urge parlor and dining-room
on ground floor. ' Steam heat,
telephone and ' not and cold water In
every room. - Six car lines pass the
door and 10 mlnutee' walk to business
lo room and reservation apply en
premises, or ring np Tel. Beet, tot. -
EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY
HEADQUARTERS FOR TOURISTS
'"Everything to eat and drink, and
It costs no more In tbe
Portland HotI . Jtatbskar '
than elsewhere In the city. livery
weekday night from l;!0 to 11. ,
M. O. BOWIM, Manager.
The yeatoua Composer.
Asd the Ls Seals Theater Orchestrs.
from Milan, Italy.
rsx -tokoal mm or THS IZAsOX.
Keat Rale Berins Today,
BoxotOea, Uelllg Thestre.
PRICES Bos Reets, IS: Lower - FVmr, Bmt
rows, .V Lower Floor, laat 10 rows, S3:
Balemr. first 4 row(,.M; Balcony, next t
rnwe, IS.BO: Baleosy, laat rowe. 1: Wa.
lery. flrat I raws (reserved), 11,00 Oallery
wUlS. The Helll$ Theatre JSTC
TWO PERFORMANCER TOP AT.
yopnlas rrtoe .
. Teaislit 1:1
. TSX0O0KX roses '
, ta "Tse lss ef Ue year.
I -Matinee Prlcea, fc and SOe.
Night frleee, 26c, 16c, Sue, 75c, t.
Baker Theatre Oreaos Theatre Oe Lmii
Oeorre L. Baker, Masacer.
Berne ef the Baker Stock Compaay. '
TONIOMT ALL THIS WgKK,
. Ttl lanalil rn Cwiiji
"LOST M BOVrnS."
A three-set bant ef laughter. Msttaee Satarday.
PRICES Bvenlna, 2S. S5, BOc; Met.,' 18. Ke.
Best Week "Tea sUdalesua.
Msttneea Wednesday and Rstarday, Beery Right
This week The Qrest Western Play,
-AS TOLD IN THE HIllS"
Begalar Bmplre Prices WIS Prevail
Best AKiaetlsa "reekt Bad Bey."
Tki- Tares Zeelleta.
Week ef Bev. It.
Barry Blekards A
-Wl AB9 000"
Barry .aal Jnhnaea
Bawls Bert. ,
Be Boys Trie, Baaatag gpaeUlty, "
auaiaai v save.
. Lae Wkite.
sneeetst eoaea. a etate. Take- say
weekday Baatlaees far M cests. .
Week sf Bevenker II. Phone Mala MM.
THS ALLEN STOCK COM-AN X
A Man of Mystery"
Matinees TseMlays, Tharedays, Reterdsys ss4
Bmadays at 1:30 p. avi admlaaion' 10 and 10
rents. Brery evesl-g St t.lm; prlcss M, 30
asd M cents.
Best WeeWVelly sad I"
FREE I-Moving - Pictures
A ainvton Taken for a TUaf.
- Happenings la. a Streetenr.
BTer Bams Wss Msaa.
My tJaole'e Testament,
HARRT SHUUAK, -Business
Boomer, General Advertiser.
! Phone Mstn 1111. Id Morrison. .
- 1:10 to 1:1 Every Evening.
Chinese and Japanese
AH songs, earraS rsrnttsee. rise
itaania. C'llaoaae, kraaeea earee
smirtariee. . alike, eatsi ereaalns aowna.
Slrectljr tif oorte. ' - -
CABIOM BAZA AS-, glXTB IT.'
J. R. Foreman
Dili f Vlxn7Xi
JUontsty f -;. I0B E. llorrlson. J
From 6. to ,10 p. m., flrst-
class 8-quart, regular 65c
The very best that's made
anywhere on earth, at
We. are making these Sat
Jtise. our. new: store owned ;
by ourselves 100 feet from
front door to rear door
running through from First
to Front : street" -finest
Hardware Store in the city
jr. J-any-'.w'tn..a-. dandy
tock of goods.' 4 n
JSQFirst L5treet, between
Washington and Alder. .
Next door north O. W. P.
SUITS MADE TO PIT
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