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THE' OREGOtf SUNDAY ' JOURNAL,"" PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1906.-
; Toun ToplpTj
"Tkl 81 rn of the roar"
,'...7.; . .-.."The Vlddlemaa
.v "Pwk'i Bed ix"
.."A Uu at Matery"
Dan Currier wti ttntinctd by Judge
Sear In th ittu circuit court yeater
day afternoon to serve SO days In tha
county Jali; after pleading guilty to
charge of larceny. Currier la the
young man , who waa arrested for ob
taining gooda at M. Slcbel's atore and
""pTlng--ojrJhem with a forged check.
ao information -g'rg Mm m"'rr
forgery had been filed, but waa
drawn,- and a charge of larceny substi
tuted. The' property obtained by young
Currier waa returned to the store. At.
. torney JV B. ; Moon appeared In defense
of Currier. . . :
Bay, do not wait till It Is Christmas,
and vi, are busy as bee a. before you
have that . sitting for your Christmas
photo. Come In today, any time te
tween 10 and I, and let us make a
negative. Then we will have all kinds
of time in which to retouch and finish
them and you shall have the .most per-
feet work of art you ever saw. Tours
for ' excel lenoe In photography, E, W.
Moore, Elk' building, Seventh and
Still time to have your eult made
for Thanksgiving If you have us make
It, and you will hare no fault to find
with the cut, fit or finish. Our assort
ment of choloe, all wool fabrics la no
ticeably fine. We bav 1,000 styles to
select from (no two alke) and make
any pattern to your order for 125. No
, more. No less. Come in and look our
stock over anyway. Unique Tailoring
- company, soi Btark street.
Charging desertlonTbeglnhlng in 104,
Mrs. Mary I Anderson has begun suit
In the state clroult court for a divorce
from Charles August . Anderson. ' They
were married In Ottertail county. Min
nesota, In October, 1881, and have two
children .Henry, aged It years, and
Clarence, aged, IS yean whose ; cus
tody the mother asks. - Attorneys A.
Xing Wilson and O. A. Neal appear for
' Thanksgiving Special From now un
til Thanksgiving day I will make to
order suits of a very fine black un
f lnldhed worsted, or a fine blue serge
(my regular 140 value), for only 180.
Material and linings the best, correct
style artlstlo workmanship and fit ab
solutely guaranteed or no sale. Arm
strong the tailor, SIS Washington
street, corner Sixth, upstairs.
Rlght-Rev.John Carroil. bishop of
the diocese of Helens,' is to deliver a
aermqn at the Cathedral of the Immac
ulate Conception, Fifteenth and Davis
streets, thla evening on "Church and
Country." , Bishop Carroll is a distin
guished speaker and bis tddress at the
Armory in this city at the last cele
bration of Washington's birthday was
a scholarly effort?
The Catholio Toting Men's club of
Albin will give the first of a series of
-socials Tuesday evening in the Zeller
Muller hall. There wtlt-bea-jmuslcal
program and the elub - quartet wilt
make Its first appearance. Mine Col-
- Iter' will sing a solo and Miss Berth
Wagner . will give a recitation. The
men ot the club will prepare and serve
The Swedish Society Linnea will cele
brate Its eighteenth anniversary next
Saturday night at K. of P. Salt" Elev
enth and Alder streets. Among the
attractlona will be Mlas Hilda Manlon,
a vocalist from Minneapolis, and the
.Swedish Singing club. The proceeds
to the society's library fund.
Suit to recover 11H6 MegeJ iot
due for securing a purchaser for . two
lots at Fourth and Oak streets, waa
filed In the state circuit eourt yester
day afternoon by James Humphrey
against Mrs. Zlpperah White. M. C
Oeorge and J. V. Beach appear as at
torneys for the plaintiff.
"" Supplementary articles ofneorpora
' tlon of the Central Door and Lumber
- company were filed In the office of the
county clerk yesterday afternoon by
A. F. Biles, J. C Orlpper end R. N.
Parks. The supplemental article In
crease the capital stock of the concern
to $100,000. ,
Portland Socialists will hold a pub
lic meeting tonight at Allsky hall
' Among other features wilt be a recita
tion from the grave aoene In "Hamlet"
by J. D. Stevens. An open discussion
will close the meeting..
Mrs. J. F. Rlllott of Dsyton. Oregon,
leaves this morning for 8t Joe. Mis
souri, on sn urgent sick call. Her
father, who la SO years of age, is quite
sick, and Mrs. Elliott Is hurrying to
Thla will remind you that now Is the
time to have your hair mattressea reno
vated and returned the ssme dsy. Phone
Main 474. The Portland Curled Hair
Factory,' H. Metsger, proprietor.
K. I. Keller yesterday afternoon filed
.an attachment suit In ths state circuit
.11 - - -ii- - - -l
Sticklers For Quality"
Finest present you ean make
your wife of the lady whs Is to
have that ' distinction a nice
thing to give your, daughter
yrarsm wouldlhlnk his the best
parent on earth should be receive
such a precious gift We were
stocked up before the rise and
can sell you stones at the same
prices obtaining before the dia
mond barons put up their whole-
' sals eostj
FINE OPTICAL DEPARTMENT,
' TOO. .
BS KOftUUSOV ST.
"Slowest . Trieed Jewelry Bouss
' , ' for Fine Soots. ,
.... ' i
JL ooitt-CoUeotori-had an. sect
tloa of pennies. , He told Ma son be
would make bint present of the
entire lot If he would put them in
boxea, the same number in each box.
There was an odd number of pen- j
Dies ao that. if be put an equal num
ber in each of two boxea there would be one penny left over; In a like man-'
ner he figured on S; 4, S, . l.lJArtrll, VI, 14. IB. 18. 17, 18, M.'JQr
21 and SS boxes, but iruauei -rSseif he put an equal number In each box,
theie wmilil le eiitrTniilir one) penny
told bis father he thought it lmpoeiible to perform the feat. His father
replied! SKIDOO it for you." The son then put the entire lot of pen
nies In SS boxes, the same number In each box. How many pennlea ware
. To make the problem plain: The entire number of pennies waa a number, -
which if divided by any number from
mainder of one (only one) and If divided by IS there will be no remainder.
- Address all answers 'to PUZBIB SSXTOJa, The Journal, Portland. .
The prizea are worth working for and winning. To the peraon who aends
In the beat solution of the Bklddo problem, S10 in bright new pennies will'
be given; for 81 others, beautiful "If stickpins are ths award; and others
will get SS pennies Just' from. the mint.. ; '"'"'''
. Copyright 180 by 0. C. Kslly, Chicago. : " """
court to reoover IH0 from FY R. Blech-
bergerr-- Keller- alleges -that in Decern'
bar, ItOS. he algned a note for SltO as
sursty for Bloohberger, and then bad
to pay It He aays be bas frequently
aaked 'Blochberger to repay him, but
that bis request was never complied
The Ladies Aid society of Grsce M.
B. church will give a basaar social in
the church- parlors next Tuesday and
Wednesdsy evenings. . There will be
good mualo and other attracliyefeat
Tour Byes Examined Free. Wa-are
atlU selling eyeglasses at 11.00.' A per
fect fit guaranteed. Metager Co.,
Jewelers and opticians. Ill Sixth street
Tonlfxht Allskjr hall 8 o'clock. Third
and Morrison. Lecture, muslo. grave
scene from "Hamlet." Discussion. Ail
free. All invited. Auspices Branch 6.
The principal speaker at the People's
Forum meeting tonight will be William
R. McGarry, who will lecture on "The
Legal Pursuit of Happiness."
Hand-patnted China at auction now
on at 41S Washington street between
Tenth and Eleventh, at t and T p. m.
8. - N. Oilman, auctioneer.
Steamer Jessie Harkins for Camas,
Washougal and way landings dally ex
cept Sunday. Leavea Washington street
dock it I pi m
Dr. O. M. Wells has returned from
the east and will bs found st his office
as usual. Residence phone East S6&9,
Salesmen In ahoaa; muat be expe
rienced end competent Wsnted by
Oldjk Wortmaa King.
Oammans s Malarkey have moved to
the Commonwealth building. Same
Acme OH Co. sella ths best safety ooal
ell and fine gasoline- Phone East T.
For Quality, Quantity and Quickness,
go to Morns' restaurant -
Carl Jones for reading. 4th and Wash.
Watch Wooaterl I I I
Attorneys Expected to Be Pres-
ent From AH Parts of
the State. "
The Oregon State Bar association
will- hold Us annual meeting in . this
city next Tueaday. There will be two
sesslona in the United States eourt
room, an j a banquet at ths Commercial
club. About 10 attorneys from all
parts of the state are expected to be
The opening) session will begin at 10
O'clock. State Senator William O.
Graves of Waahington will deliver an
address on "Conservatism veraua Radi
calism." Senator Graves la-one-of the
younger sttorneys of the alatsr state
who Is forging to the front He is
regarded aa one of the best speakers
in the Washington legislature.
At the afternoon eesnlon the lawyers
will listen to an exposition of the pro
poned banker's bill by Lydell Baker.
Joaeph Teal will also speak, bis subject
being "A New Tax Bill." .
Senator Graves will be heard again
at the banquet as will also be Attorney
Oscar Hayter of The Dalles snd other
out of town attorneys. The Judges of
ths circuit court haye been invited to
attend the banquet as guests of the as
soi la tlon. Lawyera outalde the asso
ciation wlshlntr tickets to the banquet
must apply to-Jrry Bronaiigh or Jdhn
Kollock by Monday noon.
Dress Skirt Sale
Pome wonderful bargains In dress
sktrts will be waiting for your Inspec
tion this week at Le Palais Royal.
Confe snd see them. S7t Waahington st
$30 Sa old for a warns 20. .
What's In a name?" A great- deal,
we think, and therefore we Are offering
a prise of S20 In gold to any one who
shall submit the best name for our mag
nificent new addition to the olty of
Vancouver, Washington. This tract
loins the city on the north, and is
tfcftown ,s the General Baoon prune or
chard, etal. evontaining Between st and
40 acrea.i The tract la without question
the most beautiful 'and desirable resi
dence section in ths city,-toeing high,
with a gentle south slope, and overlook
ing the city, the Columbia river and the
surrounding country for miles. What
ahall we name It? Can you tell? 'For
the beat name submitted before Decem
ber 45, 10, we will give a prise of
$20 In gold.
Rules of ths contest:
1. Only ons name can be submitted
by any contestant
S. Ths name selected, together with
contestant's name and address, must be
legibly written on a separate piece of
- .- In case two - or "mors persona
should select the same name, and their
name should bs chosen, the prlie will
be divided equally between these con
4. AddresS all letters to Thompson,
Swan It B wet land, the sole agents, Van
Milwaukie Country Club.
Eastern and California races Take
Bell wood and Ortgon City cars at FUst
sad Alder, , , , ' ,
4 n-J, A-r-n-'v- " XT W A S 1 1
left over. The eon gave It up and
S to 23 Inclusive there will be a re
ROLL OUT SOON
Sheriff Stevens' Deputies Work-
jfig.Pay and Night to Pre
pare for Advertisement.
ALL BEING WARNED WHO .
HAVE NOT SETTLED
Indications Art That Delinquent Roll
Will Be About Eight Thousand
Dollars, the Smallest Multnomah
County Ever Had in Hep History.
Sheriff Stevens' deputies in the tax
department are busy preparing the de
linquent tax roll of l0t for advertise
ment. In order to complete It as soon
aa possible the deputies are working at
night and expect to have the roll
readv within a week.
Chief Deputy Moltzen stated yester
day that the delinquent roll would not
exceed $8,000, which Is the smallest
delinquent roll ever had In this coun
ty. Before publishing the names of
people who have not paid last year's
taxes. Sheriff Stevens Instructed bis
deputies to send personal notices to all
tax-payers who wera delinquent This
was -dons la the case of all whose ad
dresses could be ascertained.
Many people responded to- these no
tices, and It was found that many bad
overlooked paying their taxes, others
had sold their property, and Informed
the tax department who the purchasers
were, while others had bought property
without knowing that the taxes on ft
were unpaid. -
Those whose names will appear on
the delinquent roll will save the cost
of the advertisement and the publicity
attendant sn the publishing of the roll
if they pay their taxes for 1S05 during
the coming week.
BhfTt-rc stwvenx HsxreeerrniotiritrTrew
to enlarge the quarters of the
tax department It has been found by
past experience that the present rooms
are filled, and the crowds of tax-payers
overflow into the halls, and sven out
onto the street More room Is needed
to enable the deputies to handle the
tax bualneas more easily, and for the
convenience of persons -desiring to pay
taxes. he county "eourt bas bad the
anattter under - advlaement - for- aeveral
days, and a decision Is expected wiiuin
a short time.
KEEP TRACK OF
DARK ARC LIGHTS
East Side .Patrolmen With Big
Beats Have Work Cut Out
If the street are In front of your
house s-oes out these windy, rainy
nlg-hts. and it seems to be really dis
abled, call up the police station and a
man from the electric company will
soon be there to make repairs.
All the work of reporting- disabled aro
lights falls upon the patrolman. On the
east side particularly there are aeveral
beats covering so many square, miles
I thai the officer does not attempt to set
over all the around more than once dur
ing the eight hours he is on duty. With
in a mile of the' city hall the electric
light company has to pay a rebate to
the olty for every half hour an aro
light is out of business. Outside of
this half mile limit the fine la collected
after the light has been disabled for an
The repair men"of the electrlo com
pany visit each arc about once in 41
dsys. Cases are known where sn aro
light had "been out for a week and no
report was made. The neighborhood
was In darkness until the repairer ar
rived In due time. ' -- ,
Kan'a - "Handy."
out ofcmy "Iady
OHt. Lady--OIIf.'. by Touns's
Nobxka II." out of Zan'4 r'Flois."
- Dr. lames Baa. an authority on
"Bostons." says: "The ftsjest Ut
ter I ever saw whelped on the Pa
riflo roaat," Interested? Write
IURRY C WHITHER
Boom 4BT lumber Kxohanre, City,
or 411 11 ta m. Phone Mala taoOw
CAR FEEDERS ARE
But Council Committee Fails to
FindDne-That Will Dojthft .;
SOME SMALL DEFECT - - r
. TO ALL OF THEM
Committee Despairs of Getting Fen- J
, der That Will Save Persons Lying i
on Track as Well as Those Stand- J
. tag When Struck by Car. ,
After three demonstrations of ' the
workings of several types of car fen
ders, ths special committee of the coun
cil la about as much at sea as ever
concerning the best fender for use on
the streetcars of the city. .
So rapidly Is the city growing snd so
tremendous is the -volume of bualneas
being done that the streets are becom
ing more and more crowded every day,
and the -councilman -realise that some
better protection must bs given pedes
trians than the present fenders afford.
Yet each of the types examined ahowa
a weakneas and perfection appears im
possible. The last demonstration that will
probably be witnessed by the committee
was held yeaterday afternoon on Vaughn
street, opposite the entrance td the ex
position grounds. Six fenders were
Councilman -Wills and -Wallace
watched the tests very attentively. A
record or the results has been kept by
the oar company, and the committee
will go over this in company with Man
ager Fuller and see what conclusion
can be reached. If it la decided to
adopt one of the fenders Invented and
patented by a local man it will mean a
great . deal to the happy inventor, as
dosens of other cities are looking for'
an improved fender, and there is a good
profit pn their manufacture and sale,
' Test ef stoate render.
Perhaps the most Interesting test was
that of the Hunter fender, a part of
which la now on all the cars of Port
land. The complete new Hunter fender
has an apron of flat Iron bands ytHich
swing backward to allow the body lying
on the track to be picked up by the
scoop. - These aprons have not been In
use here, though they are properly a
part of the apparatus.
A car equipped with the full Hunter
fender was run lull speed at a man
stxe dummy without the scoop being
dropped to the rails. In a flash the
dummy had gone under the apron, but
Instead of being picked up by the acoop,
it passed under that and in an Instant
waa being ground to pieces by ths
wheels. It had been alleged that the
scoop would at least shove a body ahead
of It without serious Injury, but thla
result showed the weakneas of the fen
det now In use.
Has Himself Bus Dowaj
J: W. RanBengent nf -the EcHpae
fender, went through his customary
stunt of allowing a car equipped with
his fender to run him down. This fen
der, however, Is almost as large as
bedstead and projects far In advance of
the car.. It will not pick up a body
lying flat on the track, but has never
failed with one standing upright. Its
huge else is the principal objection to It.
The Keisur fender made some clean
pick-ups, but this fender, ' like the
Hunter, must bs dropped to do its best
work. All fenders of this class depend
largely upon ths presence of mind of
lie cai s is nisi lueie iw
abaolutely no .protection to a person
walking en the track. , His head would
be smashed by contact against the
front of the car before the fender touched
him "were the - car going ar anything
like full speed. The reason for placing
the fenders so far under the car as they
are now Is that cara may then be
coupled-' together without - Interference
by the fender. This is all very well
for - the carman, but It minimizes the
protection to the public.
. jordaa reader Oood.
In the Jordan fender, one of those
tested yesterday, this defect has been
partially overcome by a ourved Iron
screen In front of the car. The appara
tus doesn't take aa much room aa the
Eclipse and showed up well yeaterday.
The Hale fertder,- a modification of
the Hunter, was given its first trial,
and did sltgnny better than the Hiifiter.
Manager Fuller supervised the testa
in person and a number of cars and
employes were placed at the disposal of
the committee for the afternoon. It Is
generally considered that the dummy
teats are not at all conclusive.
"I do not believe we will ever find a
fender that will both pick up a. body
from the ground and scoop up a man
standing uptight." - said Councilman
Wills after the tests were over. "Per
sonally I favor ons that will protect the
person standing up, as moat people are
caught In that way, and aa a usual
thing something has already happened
to any person lying flat on the track.
We will meet with Mr. Fuller very aoon
and see what agreement can . be
ELKS PREPARE FOR' THEIR
MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE
Ceremonies Wilt Occur on Sec
ond of December at tne
Arrangements have been completed
for the memorial service to be held by
Portland lodes 143, B. P. O. E., on
Sunday. December t. In the auditorium
of the Elks' temple at Seventh and
Oakstreett Once annually the Elka
father to do honor to the memory of
the departed members of the order, but
heretofore the local lodge has held the
Impreaaive services In one of the local-
playhouses. For the nrst time the
event will take place In the home Of
the "antlered herd."
An exceptionally fine program has
been prepared by Messrs. Ralph W.
Hoyt, John V. Cordray. George Dtten,
O. C. Moser and A. H. Kllers, constitut
ing the committee having the affair la
charge. High-class' TrfUslo by the mu
sical talettt in the cfty will be a feature
of the program.
Similar memorial services are held
,ln every city In the Union that boasts
'sn Elks lodge, and on the day in ques
tion over (00,000 members of the or
der will offer homage to the memory
of their departed brothers.
Ho the state prlriteii office Is worth
ISO, ooo a year net, Is It? How about
putting Uie-effioe ea a salary, v
j . . One -TMM Om A
The Regular Price for. a
B Oar Work Before the Public r
H Don't be nervous nor cowardly, because ths other
IR '-drntist-'"made s botch" or failed
Dut come to u, lor we can remove your baa teeth and
broken-off old roots absolutely without pain. , .
The' manager ol this office has had years of experience
with the different methods for painless extraction of teeth,
and is considered an expert. For those who prefer it. Vi
talized Air is used. .
Why You Should Patronize Us
Because we use the latest and most improved methods.
Oar skill is not surpassed. . '.,''
We use only the best materia!. ; t ; ; Jr.Ti
We will save you pain and money, and we ire Just ss
desirous to please you as you are. to be pleased, because
one satisfied, patient sends others. '
The One-Priced Office
. 4 . . .'
Not one price to one and another price to others, bat
the ssme price for the same kind of work to all. . We use
only first-class materials, do the work conscientiously, and
price it within your reach. Examination and Estimate
Free. . "
' Painless Extraction.
'Bridge Work, per tooth.... $a.50
i Gold and Enamel Filling f 1.00 up(
'Best Rubber Plates $7.50
.Good Set for....;.........?5.00
Can't Be Beat at Any Price Perfect Fitting and Natural
WORK' GUARANTEED TEN YEARS.
I LILY DENTAL
FROM 8 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Empowered to Represent the
Government of Norway in
State of Oregon.
HELD SAME POSITION
Still Retains Office ss Swedish Vice
Consul Because Sweden Has Not
Reorganised Consular System Sine
Segregation of Two Countries.
The Norwegian government Is rapidly
reorganizing lta diplomatic- and con
sular services and several appointments
of vice-consuls on the Paclflo eoaat
has been made during , the paat few
days. JTeaterday afternoon . Endre M.
Cederbergh of this city waa appointed
Norwegian Tlce-eonsul for the state of
Oregon, the appointment by Foreign
Minister Iiveland being accompanied
by a certificate from Secretary of atate
Ellhu Root. , Dirk Blaauw, an Importer
of T acorn a, was appointed Norwegian
vice-consul for that city.
Mr. Cederbergh hss been Swedish
and Norwegian vice-consul for the port
of Portland since the death of Vlce-
Consul Arthur Wilson, about two years
aaro. With the dissolution - Of the
came the segregation of the diplomatic
and consular services of the two coun
tries, but for soms reason the appoint
ments have been dealt out slowly, and
I. , V, . MatlmA ths Hnfttftrltv A tha
consul!, ss well ss vice-consuls, were
retained In their offices, acting as rep
resentatives of the two countries. Mr.
Cederbergh still holds - tha -f flea of
Swedish vice-consul here, no definite
steps having yet been taken by that
government for the establishment of a
new consular ayatem. t
Originally Consul Cederbergh waa In
dorsed for the position by Consul Henry
Lund Sf tn Francisco. - The -Norwegian
consulate is of considerable im
portance here owing to the fact that, so
many steamers of that flag are now
trading grin tha Pacific ocean and to a
great extent between Portland and the
BALDWIN 10 LEAVE LOCAL
Has Been in Continuous Service
for More Than Twenty
Three Years. '
After 13 years continuous service In
the fire department, Oeorge W. Bald
win, -of Engine 1. severe his connection
with the "men of the ladder and hoae"
to assume the general managership of
the Chris Menxlnger ranch at Boring.
In testimonial of ths high esteem In
- CREAMS, TONTC8, COTIONS,
HATR. SCALP AND FACE SPE
CIALIST. non HAi in.
205-6-7 Macleay Bld.
SSS Waabingtoa, bet, 4th aad Ha,
Few Days to Get
to extract your teeth,
t . . . M.OOj
THIRD AND COUCH
The Immediate Process for the removal of wrinkles, smallpox pits,,
birthmarks, scars, superfluous hairs, etc Scientifically removed with
out the uae of aurgery or electricity.
Manicuring Scalp, Facial Treatment and Hair Dreselnc
Medicated Claypact, a complete facial treatment 1 KICK. .
ZA MORA CAUITMAN
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Oflic and School 394 ALDER STREET. Tb Montgomery W
iiiiiiiiHiiiiiDiiiiiiiiii inniniiiuuuansuz J
COX. KOMIBO AVO WXSZ VAU STS.
Handsomely furnished, tlrgantly equipped,
fir proof. S'e oiinutte' wtlk from hurt f
erirprS"TO -liusluesseaetHee-.sB -' hirse,
miry, outilde'rbomsretesa bested, electric
llsbts,; telephooe in each spertBieat, ete.
Larre 'efSree. tounains, smoking, writlnt
ladles' reception par lure. Kuoms res ar Tea
br mall Ulepbese.
rrlvate emaibua meets trains aad steaaers.
Rooms $1.00 to $3.00 a Day
peaial Aatee t Caauaarelal Xea.
A. ABJaTXCXe, rreprleter.
-r-Hand Decorated : -'
OREGON PHOTO STOCK CO.
atZTX ST BBT.
XVOTOsT AJTD STAJIX.
OCTJUST prescriptions promptly filled
snd you SAVB SCOaTBT by getting your
OLAsaza of the
Portland Optical Co.
Refracting snd Manufacturing Opti
cians. Olaanes ground while you wait,
J. V. DUBACK, Optometrist. .
BTO Alder. . Phone Paoifia ISIS,
which he Is held by his fellow fire
fighters, Baldwin Is to be presented
with a hsnrtsome gold badger" bTths
members of the engine company to
which he has been attached. The pres
entation of the valuable shield is to
be made tonight at the engine house,
Llentnnant Heath being scheduled to
deliver the address. '
The badge' Is a beautiful example of
the jeweler's art. It Is about half tha
six of the regulation maltese cross
worn by the firemen and is of solid
gold. On its fane It bears In black
enamel letters "P. P. r. r snd Bald
win's number "II." Engraved on the
back Is the Inscription "To Oeorge w.
Baldwin, from the meinbera of Kngtne
Co, No. I." '
Baldwin Is due to arrive In this elty
from Boring tomorrow night sad the
presentation of the iewal will come ss
a great aurprlse. The veteran fireman
leaves the local department, like SO
others during' the past year, eoioly
the score of bettering himself finan
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PHONE PACIFIC 1852.
Grand aad Hawthorne Avenues.
rive-Story etone and Brick Amerloasl
Plan Apartment Hotel finest la
A model home for permanent guests.
Jheerful flreolacea in every suite.- Fin
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mrmmr -4Mmm fl a' 'i it" iwinini laii'iin i
est table and elegant accommodations.
Lowest rates for the splepdld service.
Klectrlo elevator service day and night. "
Oaa and electrlo lrghta throughout the .
building; Oflleer- large- parlor and dio-
Ing-rvora On ground floor. Hteem heat. ,
telephone and not and cold water lm
everv room. Six car Itnea case the
door and 10 minutes' walk, to business
For rooms aad reservations aroly ea
yremiaee. e rlag ap Tel. Baas, asL
xatb tovb xioxrrr,
And wear the gooda while paying
for them. A watch or diamond
inveatraertt Is a sensible' one, be
cause you can turn A DIAMOND
INTO MONE3T any old time, ,
520 it 50c a week '
$50 at $1.00 a week
. $100 at $2 a week, and so oa
Metzger & Co.
Jewelers and Oprlclaaa, "
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Voir la tan time to sap pea
Tew eyes ttted fer ayaglsaass II.
Open Bvealng-e Vattl t O'Oloek.
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Bataave. ' '-' '-
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