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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL PORTLAND. FRIDAY; EVENING. NOVEMBER 23. 1SS3.
SHOT FROM COVER
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William W. Slaughter of Wood-
burn fired at From Ambush
and Seriously Injured!
tUCENE E. REMINGTON
ARRESTED FOR CRIME
Men Have Been Enemies for Some
i, ; Tim and Remington Claimed That
' - Slaughter Had Tried to Burn Down
Ilia HomeWoman in the Case.
HnaHl fHmalnh te Til Journal-1
' Woodburn, Or Nov. . William W.
Slaughter ta lying at th Portland ho
tel. In this olty, in a dangerous condi
tion and Eugene I Remington, a promi
nent cltlMn ef Woodburn, la under ar
rest, charged -with-' Hooting wun in
tent to kilL f '-.,
- 'Slaughter was plowing en the O. 8
Pomeroy farm yeeterdar afternoon at
l-ocay-woea.. two atvola ,sra4
- fired at him by an uneeen enemy. One
of the bullets, from a .M-Il rifle, atruck
- him at the tip of the left shoulder
- blade and lodged tn his back. The mis
sile flrat went through an Inch fence
poet, or it would have cut the man tn
halt - - '
""Slaughter thlnka there was a shot
t fired before the one that hit him. He
: . started for the Pomeroy house and
. managed to reach it Dr. O' Leery waa
summoned and had Slaughter removed
to Woodburn. - - , ,
" ' BuUea Throogfc Sody.
The bullet waa of. thereof t-nosetklnd.
and had been somewhat flattened aa it
went through the pout Ita course In
: the body measured It Inches and tha
wound la a large and ugly one. Splin
ter, evidently from the bullet, hit the
left Jaw and plowed a gash across the
left eye. probably destroying the sight.
As soon aa he heard of the shooting.
Conatable Beach- watched the road leed
, fng Into Woodburn from tha Pomeroy
place and elalraa that he -caught Rem
ington ooming in wKh a rifle. He
placed him under arrest and aaya Rera
... ington admitted doing the shooting.
Thla Remington denlea and will plead
- not guilty at the preliminary hearing
in Justice Hayes' court Monday after-
' noon. ' .
i Grant Corby-of Salem, and Ranch &
Sena of Bllverton will defend him, the
statejs Interests being looked after by
Thomas Brown. Remington waa placed
under 11,00 bonds for his appearance. j
'Bad reeling Mated. ' "
There has been bad feeling between
the two - men. Remington suspects
Slaughter of attempting to burn down
, hie (Remington's) new house early last
Sunday morning;.- It la said that Slaugh
ter, who waa recently divorced, waa In
censed at Remington because he thought
the latter Intended marrying his former
wife, and had built the cottage to re
'cmtve her as his bride. ' It Is also
claimed thst the divorced woman has
received aome very vile lettera from an
- anonymous - correspondent within the
- "past -week. - and --that - Remington-"bad
, also been threatened. Both men are
Odd Fellows..-. .Remington secured a di
vorce from his wife a few weeks ago
He and Mrs. Slaughter had known each
ther alnce childhood. ' ' '
Remington ate his dinner yesterday
t the Portland hotel between 11 and 1
o'clock, and waa seen by other parties
In Woodburn between those hours. He
got back to his place of business be
tween I and I o'clock. Remington
states that 'he can prove ha was In
Tha Pomeroy place la about two and
one half miles aaat of Woodburn.
It is becoming more evident every
year-English walnuts can be made a
profitable crop In western Oregon. '
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4 " ' ' K a . -
Tine One Ml
Duffy's Pure Malt
Is an absolutely pure, gentle and invigorating stimulant and tonic, bulds up the nerve tissues, tones up the heart, gives
vtr to the brain.- strength and elasticity to the muscles end richnees to the blood. It brings into action all the vital
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Invaltiehls for -overworked men. delicate womeri snd sickly children, as It Is a food already digested. It strengthens
the system, Is a promoter of good health and longevity, makes the old young and keeps the young strong. Duffy's
Purs Malt Whiskey contains no fusel, oil and la the only whiskey that ta recognised ss e medicine. This Is a guar
antee. . ........
old by n dmrirtvts ana groeere, er direct, la sealed bottles ealyl never In balk, rrloe 1. Insist e the genuine
as a eee h the 'Old Chemist" traas-aiark is os the label. Beware of refilled bottlea and spniions malt Whiskey sub
stitutes eSered for sale ay anreusnie
Owtter's Mnee free.. S
Bngy sajut waiaaejr eo, sweaeetee,
SE017 FAILS ttlGOMKGE
GROVES Kl CALIFORHfA
Sledding Among Orchards and
dino as Result of Storm.
- ' (Journal gpeetel gaiilte.) - -San
Bernardino. eaL. Nov. -IS The
flrat rain of the aeaaon commenced
falling Wednesday, later turning to
snow on the mountains, and a foot and
a half of snow covers the ground In the
vicinity Of Squirrel Inn, -while the enow
line extends almost o the southern foot
of the mountains, .. nearly completely
ooverlng the famous Arrowhead.
Among tha orange grovea close to the
mountains the -snow fell briskly for
hours, and at Devore Heights, 11 miles
northwest of 8a n Bernardino, auriicient
snow lay on the ground to permit sled
ding among the groves and vineyards.
this sport being enjoyed by young and
old alike. v
Dr. J. N. Baylia of tha Arrowhead
Mountain club, which owna . Squirrel
inn, atatea that tha snowstorm la. un
precedented at thla aeaaon and that not
In years has ao heavy a iau oeen ex-
nerlenced from a single etorm.
NO damage win result unless we
weather ahould clear.
Tehauntepec Railway Will Be
Opened January One -What
Business It Will Do.
Uooraal Special Srrrlre.) "
v.rV. " The National
Tehauntepee rallwayi connecting Coat-
saooalcoe, on the Gulf of Mexico, with
Sail n a Crus. on tho Pacific coast, haa
been about completed and will be opened
for trafflo January X. The line la ll
milea long, of standard gauge, and is
equipped with modern englnea and can
especially adapted to ' loading and un
loading freight from vassals.
The road Is directly connected wun
extensive water front terminals .- at
either end, suitable for the docking of
ocean-going vessels, -
This railroad la a direct competitor 01
the Panama railroad end. within certain
limits, of the Panama canal project
Itself. Practically Ita only uee win oe
the transmission of freight.
For commerce originating In tha oulf
of Mexloo, even ao tar east as Florida,
this route offers advantages over tha
Panama railroad, aa Its eastern termi
nus Is only about SSO miles from New
Orleans, or leas than half the distance
Its Pacific terminal is alao correspond
ingly nearer San Francisco and other
northern porta on tha Pacific. -
- aTaw Briefs oc Ontario. ,..
-' (Special Dlepeteh te The Joarssl.t
Ontario. Or.. Nov. M. Mrs. Paulina
Jacobs died at the home of her daugh
ter. Mrs. J. W. Blanton. Sunday, aged
(I years. Tha funeral took place Mon
day afternoon from tha Methodist Epis
copal church.- She had been an Invalid
for several Tears.
. A delegation of RebekaTte of thla city
made a fraternal visit to-ibe-Vale lodge
' Professor Conklln, principal, ' ' and
Professor Eyer, assistant principal of
the - Ontario High school, have pur
chased' a $150 piano for the Institution.
Tha students of tha High achool will
pay for the Instrument Independent of
tha achool board. - -
geUlag Uq.no Without Lleease.
CSuwHI PUtiau.ii t Tlie fuuruat.l
Salem', Or., Nov. II. Henry Carmody
of MU1 City has been arraigned on an
Information filed against him by Dis
trict Attorney J. H. McNary. In which
he la accused of selling liquor without
a license. ;
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sealers. They are positively aanauai nan
FROZE THIS POOR
Mrs. Justice Telia How She and
. Her People Located Tim-4
DWYER FOUND BOTH
CLAIMS AND MONEY
But Money Furnished Only on Con
dition That They Deed and Get Out
for Beggarly Hundred and Fifty
(pedal tMaaetes le Tat JoaraaLi
Moscow, Idaho, Nor. ta. It was ex
pected that tha testimony of tho prose
cution In ' the Dwyer land fraud case
In tha federal court would be concluded
thla morning, but aa the eourt took -ita
noon recess the district attorney was
atlll grinding, although it la believed
the government a last wltneaa la now on
Three witnesses gave their testimony
saor n I ss , q ha.. testimony ..at .Mr a, I
Frances A. Justloa waa full of Interest,
although It la not alleged In the Indict
ment that Dwyer procured ber to awear
falsely. She became Interested In Um
ber while living in Wisconsin and aha,
her husband and her son had come west
largely for the purpose of taking up
claims. She had endeavored to arrange
for tha necessary funda with relativea
In Wisconsin but waa not successful
She told Dwyer three years before aha
filed to get elalma for the three mem
bers of her family and ha had promise
to look out for them.
When clalma were available aha alao
asked, Dwyer to get tho .money required
for Her proof and he had told her he
could get It upon condition that aha
would deed the land and receive a con
sideration of $15. When proof waa
made Dwyer furnished tha money, for
which she gave a note.
Immediately after proof aha executed
what she supposed was a contract to
secure the money advanced. Later aha
deeded tha land to Mrs. Dwyer and re
ceived the additional aum of 171.
When tha government sleuths got
busy Dwyer told her to anawer no ques
tions, aa aha waa not compelled to an
awer .except In court. i
Upon oross examination wltneaa buret
Into tears at some queatlon relating "to
the death of her husband and aha waa
temporarily 1 excueed. The main pofrrta
of her testimony, however, were not
shaken, ' J '
Other witnesses thla morning were;
Mrs. Our I Wilson . and Hiram F.
Lewi. - i
, CONFER AT HARVARD
(Journal Special Service.)
. Boston, Nov. ta. Seventeen of the
principal American universities and
oollegea were represented at the open
ing today of the eighth annual confer
ence of the Association of . American
Universities at Harvard. Among those
present were President Wheeler- ef - the
University ef California, professor H.
P. Judsorr ef the University of Chicago,
President Bohurman of Cornell. Presi
dent Rem sen of Johns Hopkins, Profes
son H. B. Hutcbtna of the University
Of Michigan. Professor A. F. Wast of
Princeton, Profeesor T. W. Page of the
University of Virginia, President Van
Hiss of tha University of Wisconsin
and President Hadley of Tale.
.During tho two days K . will be In
session the conference will discuss sev
eral toplca of Interest to the academic
woildi Including the aepalwtmast ana
obligations of. graduate fellows, the ex
emption of educational institutions
from taxation and the question as to
whether men bearing 'the sams title In
any Institution should receive the same
pay. - ' r-r ' -
, Mr. ' Josiah Zcitlin, 1Q1
-years old July, 1906, lives
with his . . daughter, Mrs.
; Isaac Krinsky, Brooklyn. . .
nent business man in his na
tive land, Poland, many
years. In 1882 he retired and
came to this country. '
He says thai-Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey has prolonged
his life, and is the medicine
to restore health and vigor in
old people. J '
"Althoueh I wss 101 rtjra old on
July Sd last, I still feel that I am good
In Poland, and after a lengthy business
Ufs In the old land came to this country
In 1881 to reside with my daughter. I
have ueed Dtiffy'a Pure Malt Whiskey
for Vnsnv yea rs and And It very bene
ficial. It Invigorates and gives me
strength. I fe thst It hss helped me
to live the 101 years. It seems to be
the very medicine old people need to
restore their falling health and
etrength." Josiah Zeltlin, 136 Lexing
ton avenue, Brooklyn, N. T., August 10,
Mr. Zeltlin Is one of the manv thou-1
sands of men end women throughout
tne united states who ows lha r visor.
a tea who ows Ihslr vigor,
strength snd long life to the great Tonic
Stimulant and Renewer of Youth,
Duffy'e Pure Malt Whiskey, snd join In
exioiiing us merits.
wiu net ea
sace. Meaioal bassist nag
FAOnUiUGE wmm is TFFT OH
, 1 irnT rn 1 Mnirii u,lu' : .'y .1.1.1 I . ..Ull
Rtrl I..ILI. LUi.ti
Son of General George Vernon
' in if ail at Tacoma on Em "
.(Special tMapeteft sTIe foeraal.t
TaooipaiWeeh.t-Nov. 13. George
Vernon ' Jr., a son of General George
Vernon, who waa an Intimate friend; of
both Lincoln and Grant, and la now aa
officer In the United States subtreaaury
at Oakland, California, la now in tha
county jail here. Vernon la charged by
farmers of Hlllhurst . with - embexsle
ment, he having operated, a creamery
there and v received cream -from them
for which, they allege, ha never paid
The creamery waa closed after being
run for a few months and Vernon want
to his home at Oakland, where he waa
arrested. - Strenuous attempts - were
made there ' to secure his release on
writs of habeas corpus but Sheriff Den
holm, who made tha arrest, was able to
show5 that bis requisition papers were
correct. , . .
Vernon elalma they paid the farmers
aa they aold their product, but the mar-
get took a slump and they found them
aelvea unable to clear off their debts.
RAID AT B UTTE RE VEALS
Pair of Procurers Are Apparently
Defrauders of Revenue,
i: , as Well. .".
(Special DtapateB to The Janreal.t
Helena. Mont, Nov. J3- On evidence
secured ty Immigration Inspectors and
deputy United States marshals it. Is
likely the federal grand Jury -will be
asked to Indiot Charles Charller on the
charge of smuggling Jewelry Into the
unitea mates from France.
Charller was arrested recently with
Eugene rierre on tha charge of unlaw
ruiiy cringing girls Into, the country
for Immoral purposes. The place waa
raided and a large amount of Jewelry
secureo, including - diamond earrings,
rings, a diamond studded bracelet, gold
watches, gold purses and a variety of
other articles of. personal adornment.
It ta acid the officials have positive
evidence vnat much of this plunder was
smuggled Into the country.
The Jewelry haa been forward' to
Customs Collector Webster, who states
in a letter to the mar hall that he win
take Tip the matter with District' Attor
ney Kasch, with the view of havlna-
inaruer prosecuted on a smuggling
Clalma of the United States to imnr.
giea gooas laae precedence over all
other clalma or attachments. Aa ft con
sequence the attachment suit hronrht
by the girls for -damages will have to
wait nntu the claims Of the government
are satisfied. ,
(Continued from Page One.)
Frederick William Fry testified that
Jlannah Elisabeth Fry deserted him tit
uly, 104, and afterwards refused to
take money from him when he tried to
give it. to her for her support. He said
hla wife left him because she no longer
loved him; They iwere wtarrled at La
Crosse, Wisconsin, In April, 1 ..- Fry
waa granted a divorce, M. C . George
appeared as his attorney.
--Gets seg STame saek.-'i --t--Krma
W. Jack waa granted a divorce
rrom Claude L). Jack because of deser-
Wg liming In Angttgr.- HOSnThev
were married st McMlnnville. Oregon,
In January. 18S. Mrs. Jack waa al.
lowed to resume her maiden name, Erma
w. Mauiding. oiltner at Sewall ao-
peared as her attorneys.
Nina B. Hutchinson testified that
Oscar 8. Hutchinson . deserted her tn
this oity In Ootober. 180S. and waa al
lowed a decree. She waa alao permitted
to reeume her maiden name. Nina Edna
Brandon. The litigants were married
at Vancouver, Washington, In March.
101. Attorney J. K. Magera appeared
for Mrs. Hutchinson. .....
Daisy Adelaide Rlcharson Richardson
wss granted a divorce from Calvin Rich
ardson because It was shown, that she
had been deserted by her husband at
Tha Dallea, Oregon, in July, 100B, two
daya after their marriage. ' She was
waa awarded the custody of their -months-old
.baby. Clara. , W. S. Ward
appeared as attorney for Mrs. RlchardV
Sarah McMillan testified that R. H.
McMUlen finally- deserted her In Sep
tember, 1101, after ao many desertions
that she. was unable to remember them
all. They were married In Portland In
1I0. Mrs. McMUlen-wao-grante-r
divorce end the custody of her l-vear-
T6ld chrW. TerMh -Lr MeMitlen.
Ruth Tims-one aald ahe had borrowed
money to bring a suit for divorce from
Stephen L, Tlmmona, who had treated
her cruelly. She said, Tlmmons became
Intoxicated whenever he could get II
Qtinr, and beat her. and threatened to
kill her.' On one occasion, said the
witness, her hr abend threw her out of
Mhe house snd tore all her clothing Into
shreds. They were married In this city
In September;-1900. Attorney Cheater
V. Dolph appeared for Mrs. Tlmmona,
PLOT OF POLITICIANS
, (Continued from Page One.)
this fact of Immunity purchased, the
place- waaarbltrsrily closed last Sun
day In the Interest of the notorious
municipal brothel at (14 Jackson street,
which wss benefited. -
Concerned In the matter, were Her
bert Schmlta, the brother of the In
dicted mayor: Henry Ach, attorney for
Abe Ruef: Billy Flnnegan, the saloon
keeper, one of Ruefs political hench
men; Emlllo Lastreto, an attorney who
has been associated with Ruef, and
George W. Maxwell," formerly secre
tary of the fire commission.
Determined to lay bare the hideous
corruption which has existed In the
municipal administration-, ef San Fran
Cisco, the detectives of the district at
torney's office have accumulated a mass
;i7ci" w- u ,
"n"'"'" ' "1 . LT
thing sbout municipal graft
Chinatown district dlvss.
. Dick Creighton. an old-time politi
cian, who was called before the grand
Jury, aald: , ' - -:
"I paid over to Abe Ruef personally
$250 a week as protection for a house
of prostitution at 711 Pacific street.
The place was allowed to run al full
swing until it began , to cut In the
earnings of the house at 20 Jaokson
street In which Roef and Mayor Schmlta
are said to havs been Interested., Then
It wss closed."
Crook county expects to build a eourt
house that wUl be sufficient for 100
years.. '. ' : . . . .
Child Deserted and Found
TJX Mr. P. F Oleen of the
' - - Astor House. -
DETECTIVES DETAILED r
. TO WORK ON THE CASE
No Clue Found to Lead to Petection
of Parents Little Slx-Weeka-Old
Waif It Tenderly Cared for at tha
' Baby Home. . ' ' '; ;.-
A most astounding discovery
made by Mra. P. F. Olsen, proprietor of
the Astor house,- 181 Seventh street,
shortly, before 10 o'clock . last 'night,
when, upon turning to. re-enter her resi
dence after bidding adieu to a caller,
she- found wrapped tn a coarse woolen
shawl, on a rocking chair on the porch,
a six weeks' old baby girl benumbed and
almoat exhausted from exposure to the
cold. - . . '
to her departing guest and waa. about
to step Inside the doorway when ahe
noticed a peculiar-looking bundle en
the chair. It was her flrat Impression
that her friend had left a package bo.
hind, but upon oloser examination she
was astonished to find that the bundle
showed signs of animation, It.waa but
tha work of a moment to remove the
covering ahawl and a little brown-eyed
Infant In awaddllng clothes - waa dis
covered lying underneath.
Mra Olsen lost no time In carrying
the little one Into a warm room and
then telephoned for the police. An In
vestigation- brought - te-'llght a- bundle
of cheap clothing, a milk bottle and
bottle of baby food lying alongalde the
chair on the porch. There was no mark
on any of. the articles that would tend
to establish the Identity of the parents.
Tho infant was taaen to ponce nana-
quarters and Mrs. Sltton, In charge of
the Baby home, was prevailed upon to
suspend the rules providing for the
medical examination of every child ad
mitted, ao the Infant could be taken
care of at once. Patrolman Fields
detailed by Captain Blover to take the
child to the "home ana ne aoquittea
rtjiteotlva Hellvar he haeiv detailed
on the ease by Inspector Bruin. It will
be a most difficult matter to discover
the parents of the waif as the polios
have absolutely no clue to work
Mrs. Olsen did not notice any one ap
proach.the premises for an hoar prior
to the time of finding the oh lid. The
only hope of establishing the parentage
of the waif Is through the clothing ,or
by some one who can furnish a descrip
tion of the person- who piacea the' bun
dle on Mrs. Olson's porch, but so far
the police have not made any headway
along these lines. - : -
(Continued from Psge One.)
Palmer,- and - Potter- Palmer Jr. - - There
ta also A'ateward on -the ear. who runs
When the- train reaehed- the union
depot this steward was -the Bret man
oft and told local Pullman ear officials
what he wanted and what he didn't
want. Hla wishes were law. Here are
some of the things he ordered) for the
car Independence, In which the party la
Coal, coke, gaa, milk, toe.' bananaa.
potatoes, carriages, and - many other
things which required - stenographic
notes "OTapiaiywsrg-tho orders given.
Mra Palmer may lead society and her
aon Honors may be a successful poli
tician from tha Twenty-first ward, but
they all trail behind the atewaxd when
The steward told the officials that he
did not want the car washed; that he
would clean It himself; that he did not
want It moved, and If he did he would
tell them where he wanted it stationed
and when. - A few more orders given
so hurriedly that only an experienced
trainman could understand them com
pleted hla reign on the rear platform
and then he entered the ear to resume
his sway over tha members of the party.
Honors Palmer . was seated, next . to
the door and had to move to allow the
august personage- entrance. - Then he
had to rise so that hla chair could be
placed In a position that would not In
terfere with the entrance end exit of
his highness, the steward ,
Potter Palmer Jr., whose chief claim
to fame lies in his name, was observed
to move hurriedly to another portion of
the car. Other members of the party
made way for the steward and hla high
neas, the prince, turned- to look out the
window as his rival for favors passed
maj-ntlcelly through, the ear.
Where waa Mra. Palmer? Bleeping.
Although the hour was 10:10, she must
have ber beauty nap and ahe waa taking
It aa the puffs of the locomotive were
drowned In the rush of eecaplng air
when the brakes pressed the car wheels.
Not long afterward, however, ahe aroae
and was driven about the city with her
Ofcourse ehe Ukee Portland. , Ita
clear anappyalr and thewlhd from the
river reminded her of tha lake brecsea
that have made Chicago famous. The
mountains rose In robes of white to
salute her and ahe was satisfied. All
thoughts of the rains and floods of
Seattle were driven from her mind a
ahe stood on Counoll Crest and looked
over the intervening valley to Mount
Hood. ' . - '
The return drive through the beauti
ful residence district was so plsasant to
the exclusive woman that she probably
forgot that she waa snubbed once upon
a time by Infanta Eulalla, aa a tavern
keeper, because ahe owned the Palmer
house. She returned to her ear well
pleased, and late- this afternoon waa
waiting patiently for the hour of her
departure for Ban Franclaoo tonight
. Work em Constellation Group. - r '
' (Special Dlapatck te The JoaraaLi
Sumpter. Or., Nov, 21. Eugene Berth
bit. Who recently returned to this city
from Alaska, states that he Intende te
let a contract for assessmsnt work on
tha Constellation group of raining
claims within the next week. . Thla
group ta composeoV.of. ie claims In the
Cablevtlle district, whloh have made a
good showing. ' Ths manager Is await
ing instructions from his oompany, but
aa tha time la getting short he says bs
thinks It Is time to get things moving.
' aooksaok OeJtroyed.
U BeiaX W"--NoTA i.-The
k.,,., ",- the tow r
(Jnaraal "peHal Berrtce.)
business portion of the town of Nook-
sack hss been practically destroyed by
fire. The lose le 1109,000.
Itchlnk. Aleedlng, protruding or blind
piles yleldo Oonn's Ointment. Chronic
esses soon relieved, finally eured. Prug
gists an seu ifc ' .
S P. Al
Regular ' f0
: , Just the "thing for the
22-Incl. Silk Floss
.-.it. rVxTif 7. t
Fwstdont Pno sfnmftay.
Washington, Nov. II. The navy de
partment announces that the president
is expected to arrive aboard -the Louis.
Una, accompanied by the Washington
' "C kfw By simply walking 'a couple of blocks. 1L"T .'
'" Our prices on DIAMONDS, WATCHES ,
AND JEWELRY are far . below those V
. m ii asked by uptown jewelers. We carry only . "'X m .
irW I --:.arr guarantee. - Our stock is the moit torn? t": " I -
11 One-third . down, the balance, on -easy j m
J weekly or monthly payments. 'We give"' - t , I m
v " yu POion when making first payment, x. ' -" ' m .
J I demand no security, charge nothing cxtra V 1
"r. ior credit accommodations, v ., fjJ
TS. : Whattrer You See Elaa- ' r ' VP I '
rr4 Jov ' wher You aa ct ' yCJc'
. Htra for Less. - jL
z , f 74 Third Street, Near Oak '.'-- .-7---. I
We Beg to Announce That
- We Hove Secured The t
A Trial will convince yoa ' -that
they are tha bast ; , ' -:
thoat aold for tha prlca '
All Stylet All Sizes
$400 and $3.50
MAOv ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
" 4 THOU) STREET
"Portland Best Shoe Store'
TO O P. Al
sold before this time.
Sofa Cushions 30c
value 60c' l-r
mi li.u. . . -
and Tennessee at Virginia Capes Monday-
evening from Porta Uco. , -.
will soon be built at
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