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Kntehts and Ladies in Portland
Attending Fifth, Trien
. nlal Convention. ; . . .
ATTEND SESSION HERE
Largo ClMMt An Initiated Into
Both Branches of the Order and
Exemplification of the Ritual
" Work Is Performed ' i
Delegates from all parts of the state
are attending the firth triennial state
convention of the Knights and tha 1
dlM of Maceaba of Oregon, which is
bains held In tha Knights of Pythias
hall and la tha Woodmen Ball. Eleventh
and Alder streets. Both tha knights
and -tha ladles Initiated large classes
- tut nlahl-adtho sessions of their con
mentions were resumed at ! o'clock
this morning. .
This morning's session of ths Knights
,' of Maccabees was devoted to tha selec
tion of-a representative to tha supreme
tent, K. O. T. M which la to be Beta in
, Chicago In July. J. 8. Van Winkle of
Albany, state past . commander, waa
unanimously elected. Dualng the session
. today officer will slso be elected to
serve during tht coming year.
. .. Address or WsrlaU. ; .;
An Informal reception to tha visiting
j delegates last . Bight, under tha au
. Mrs. Nellie H. Lamberson. 8tat
i Commander Lady Maccabees ot
Oregon and Washington. r
pices of the IS local tents, was attended
by a laws number.- - A formal address
of welcome ; was delivered ' by City
; Treasurer Werleln, commander of Port
land tent No.' 1. " Responses were made
hv 3 H VaiTwinkla of Albany. O. C
.Johnson of Baker City, and A. A.
Huckesteln of Salem,. The following
.'are the state officers who have served
for the past three years: y
Commander, J. W. Sherwood. Port-
land; past commander, J. S. Van Winkle.
, Albany; lieutenant-commander. A. P.
' Davis. La Grande; record - keeper, I
' Becker, Portland finance keeper, A. R.
Cyrus. Astoria; chaplain. T. A. White,
' McMinnvllle; medical examiner, Dr. X
O. Prill. Seio; sergeant, W. U Sharp,
Corvallis; M. at A., ' E. K. Taylor, Ore
i (ton City; first M. of C. O. Rica,
Pratum; sentinel, E. M. Lance, Port-
land. s "
i Tha following delegates are attend
ing' the' convention of the Knights of
" J. B. Werleln, Portland; I. Mehrllng.
Falls City; C. H. Gillette. Ashland; W.
' A. Cox. Albany; A. Huckesteln, Salem;
J. C Mayer. , Lebanon; W. Symona,
- Rainier; C. L. Conyers. Clatakanle; B. j
N. Adams, Corvallis; T. A. Mowers,
'Grants Pass; C. C. Taylor, Vert ford;
'F. T. Patteraon,-ReburgrW.- H. 8naed-
Spfcin; Dr. F. O. Brooke. P. M. Hall
" Lewis, C L. Schmidt, & J. Leeser,
Heppner; C H. NeaU McMlnnvllle; F.
K. Murdock, Marksbnrg; P. C. Peterson,
: Pendleton: W. R. Craig, Milton; J. B.
,'Trlppeer, Cove; W. T. Cross, La Grande;
O. C Johnson. Baker City; C. K. Foster,
Astoria; O. A. Graves, Newberg; F. F.
WHilley, Joseph: T. R. Ratcllffa,
Hcholls; A. W. Daley, Scio; J. C. Mar-
! quam, Marquam; H. L. Earl, Tnrner;
A.- Toung, Greenville; J. D. Lltherland,
Portland; C H. Burch, Amity; B. 8.
' Jones, Portland; C B. Lawson, Oar
diner; Q. Qulserberry, Rockwood; J. 3.
. xeinser, loncaua; 1. . I eager, turn
mond: n Cooter. Cottfure Grove: J. W.
THoveeoiCDr."W.- g ArmStrdng." 0.-3.-J
iHrnl'-k, Orenon City; T. IxuderbacK,
Pratum R K. Elder, Echo;' O. H. Hem-
stock, Portland; J. E. Burnett, Eagle
- Creek: C. B. Buss, Acme; J. Osterwold,
"Westporf. H. N. Everbart. MoUlla; Dr.
'F. C. Sell wood, Portland.
i ; ' Xlvas Soeaa ef Activity.
; At W. O. W. haU last night ths work
of elaas Initiation of the Ldy Macca
bees was exemplified by officers of
, the Portland hives.. After the v work
A mild and ftMtthful . !
.Japan " , r, , .
En clJah Breakfast "
" Cerktfi . v '.'-V
' Oolont: .
Clack and Green .,
It ia t'mvAy a natter of taste
as to which flaror wjil please
J. A. FOLOCR CO
j $ date
WILL LIVE IN A -
uai i rn riTV
t ' ' '
Isaac A. Manning .Now Looking: for
Official Notification of Appoint
- mens a Oartegena ConsaL '
Regarding his reeent - appointment ai
United States oonsular agent to Carta'
gena. Colombia, lease A. Manning, at
Isaac A. Manning.
present secretary of tha J. C Lee com
pany of this city, has tha following
"1 am glad to go to Cartagena, as It
Is one of tha most Interesting old cities
of Spanish 'America. It la one of ths
fsw walled cities. Of course, I am
greatly pleased at- my appointment and
It seams to open a career to any young
man who enters ths consular service.
"I cannot say when I shall leave for
my post. -as that depends on tha state
department. ..Vary likely .my instruc
tion will coma with my notification
and bond, which will probably be aent
at once. I have only been Informed of
my appointment through telegrams from
friends In Washington and through tha
press." . f .
Mr. Manning took tha civil service
examinations in Washington last month
for his position. Hs is not without ex
perience In the .eoraralar service, as ha
waa consul at Matagslpa, Nicaragua,
during the last five years of tha period
from 1894 to 1(04. whan ha was In that
city as manager of a coffee plantation.
- Mr. Manning began his career In tha
newspaper business, being elty editor
of the Salem Statesman from 1I8S to
ISM and again on his return from Nica
ragua In 104 until AuguWt. ISO, when
he oame to Portland as secretary of
ths J. C Lea company. Mr. Manning
was also at one time lieutenant and
aid-de-camp on the staff of General- J.
M. Slgler, who commanded the Oregon
National Guard from 1887 to 1890.
ALUMNI OF BROOKLYN
SCHOOL MEET TONIGHT
Tha Brooklyn -School Alumni
elation holda Its regular, monthly busi
ness meeting in tha aasembly hart," Fri
day evening April S. All members are
requestsd to bs presents The following
program win be rendered: Piano solo,
Kssla Shlnn; vocal solo, Margaret Fre
deen; recitation, James Havely; - violin
and piano duet. Harry and Clara Fra
deen; recitation, "Laska," Edna Buch
anan; piano solo. Ins Finn. ' '
. PERSONALS ;:
' W. H. Wheeler of Chics go Is a Fort
land visitor again aftsr an absence of
IS vears. Mr. Whseler Is at the Port
land "hotel and' expressed himself today
as astonished at tha growth of Portland.
Ho said that tha city has changed en
tirely since his last visit here end that
he did not recognise tha Portland of
Monta B. Gwlnn, a banker of Pendle
ton, Is at the Portland hotel on one of
his numerous visits to Portland.'
i .Attorney-General A. M. Crawford of
Salem Is at the Imperial hotel. Mr.
Crawford fs In Portland on official bus
iness. - ' . , .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Redfield of
Heppner are at the Imperial - Mr. Red
fiold la a well-known attorney of Hepp
ness and ona of the prominent Demo
crats of Oregon. ':
ASTORIA CONFERENCE V
ON TRACTION FRANCHISE
i ... ' .'
(Special tMepatea te The raraaL)
Astoria. Or, April . The ways and
means committee or toe -city council
and City Attorney Charles Abercrombls
have had a meeting wfm a D. Adair
to consider tha terras of the proposed
ordinance granting a ' franchise for a
street car tins to connect ' with ths
Toung's ""bay" bridge. The Committee In
sists ths measure should provide that
upon granting ths franchise a deposit
of 11.600 be made, to be forfeited In
case tha Una la not' completed and In
operation within tha specified tiros.
Mr. Adair aakedlo ba allowed six
months aftsr the passage and approval
of the ordinance to aocept the fran
chise and deposit $1,000, to bo forfeit
ed onless Its provisions are fulfilled.
No . agreement has been reached '-yet.
there were addresses by Mrs Lillian M.
Holltster, supreme " commander; Miss
Blna M. West, supreme record keeper;
Dr. Ella J, Flfleld, member - of . the su
preme board of medical examiners, and
Dr. Manyon of Portland. Miss West or
ganised the first hives in Oregon. Mra.
Lambson, tha state commander of Ore
gon, was a charter member. of ona of
Oregon's first hives.
FILED AT COURTHOUSE
Articles of Incorporation were ' filed
with ths county clerk today aa fol
lows: - , - . ., -
L P. Is Lumber company. Incorpo
rators L. P. ie, Otto Bothschlld and
Colonel Bloom; capital stockv S10.00S,
a Ban company, Inoorporatora, S.
Ban, Klvo Ban and M. Bhlmomura:
capital stock I36.OO0. .. .
Cardflherss Mlnrs company, incorpora
lors, Chsrles P. Wrlgbt. Will F. Spen
cer and W. D. Palmer; Capital atock,
1160.000. , .. . ,
Although tha list of states fixing 14
years sa tha legal . age (for -working
elpwly lengthens, there are still a num
ber of sxceptlone. The Legal sge for
beginning work remains at 10. years In
Nebraska (In vacationjr. snd in Alabsma
and Arkanas St all times for children
of widows and disabled fathers. Maine.
New Hampshire and Vermont' are! the
only remaining northern state whlrh
permit factory work at the sgs of 11
yeara,', t - .....
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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. FRIDAY
GO OUT EMPTY
Poor Demand' for Wheat Carriem
in Porta on the Pacific
-'.v. ,'' , ; Coast. ' ''. v ,
BRITISH VESSELS ALSO
TO LEAVE IN BALLAST
French Bark Annea Will Probably
Leavo Portland for Australia In
Boarcb of Business Steamer
Klrklee Might Sail for Frisco. ' .
Tha demand for vessels for foreign
ports from tha coaat Is so poor , that
even owners or tramp steamers are
figuring on sending their vessels away
la ballast in search of better gracing
grounds, aa has beea dona with several
sailing vessels during tha ' past few
Today comes the retort her41vat the
British steamer Klrklee will probably
be sent to Australia In ballast after
having lain Idle in tha harbor of San
Francisco for some time. It Is also re
ported that the French bark Armen wtll
sail la ballast from this part for Aus
tralia when her cargo of cement Is dis
charged. Tha British ship Palgrava Is
taking ballast at San Francisco and will
sail at ones for Australia where tha de
mand for wheat carriers la said to be
somewhat better than on this coast.
Despite this fact, ths disengaged fleet
on this coast Is tha lightest In months,
tha fleet consisting o four sailers at
this port, seven sailers and one steamer
at San Francisco, three sailers and two
steamers on tha aound, and ona ataamer
and ona sailer at southern ports. i
Coastwise lumber freights show no
change, holding at S8.l and 11.60. Ves
sels of a combined lumber capacity of
about lS.eOO,00 feet will shortly leave
tha coastwise lumber trade for Alaska.
This will throw additional business to
Tha steam schooner Northland, which
arrived at Astoria last night, went to
Kalama to load lumber for San Fran
cisco Instead of coming here, aa a re
sult of tha strike. and ' the steam
schooner Aurella went to Vancouver. -
ALONG THE WATERFRONT
The steamer Altona Is taking tha run
of the steamer Northwest to Cowllts
river, since the last name steamer has
bean-sold to the Grand Trunk naiiroaa
company. Tha steamer Joseph Kellogg
will mo on ths run aa soon as she Is re
leased by the north bank road to wnicn
aha Is now under charter.
The Harrlman liner Columbia. Captain
Dor an. ia scheduled to sail for San
Francisco this evening. She will go out
with a full freight cargo and many psa
Tha British steamer Quito ts at as
toria ready to proceed to sea ss soon
s -the bar - becomes smooth. She was
not Injured in the least by missing her
course in tha fog on her way down tb
river. ... '
The French bark Emlllls Oalllne will
probably leave down this afternoon
bound for tha United Kingdom with a
cargo of wheat. .
.- The Norwegian steamer Skogstsd will
sail for China next Monday. Shs will
go to Victoria. B. C to coal.
V WOULD SAVE TIME
Night Inspector Will . Probably Bo
'' ' (Josraal SpMlal aetvtre.l
.Astoria, Or., April a. Home weeks
ago Collector of Customs Carnahan In
augurated a plan of putting an Inspector
on duty st night to accommodate coast
ers desiring to enter or clesr sfter of
fice hours. The department has au
thorised tha continuation of the new
arrangement until tha first of nsxt
month.. If ths experiment proves suc
cessful tha new system will be estab
lished for good. - .
. Shipping men have argued in favor of
a night inspector for a long time and
they were pleased when tha collector at
Astoria finally succeeded in getting one
appointed, although only temporal
Heretofore, under the old system, either
tha captain has had to scour tha city
for one of the cue torn officials or re
main In the harbor over night.
Captain W. Smith has tendered his
resignation aa inspector in the customs
service, to take effect April IS.
FOUND' DEAD IN BED
Steward Olelm of Steamer LorUne
Expires Suddenly.... .
. (Journal gperlal ttrrhm.
Astoria. Or., April s. Howard C
Gletm, steward on the steamer Lurllne.
of Portland; was found deed in bed this
morning by his roommate. Thomas Fay.
a waiter on tha Lurllne. In company
with Fay and another waltsr on tha
ateamer deceased missed ths ateamer
last svenlng when shs left for . Fort
land. Death was caused by heart failure.
Deceased leaves a mother, sister and
step-father In Grand Forks. . British
Columbia. ' They have been telegraphed
to as to disposition of tha body., Olelm
was formerly In the employ of the O.
R. A N. company and -wss well liked
by thoss who knew him. '
April S. -Arrived down last
blrk Fennta. Arrived
down at 7: JO a. m, Japanese steamer
San Francisco, April 4. Halted at 4
p. m., ateamer Roanoke, for Portland
and way porta.
. Astoria. April 4 Arrived at 4:01 and
left up at l:S0 p. m., steamer Northland,
from San Francisco. Arrived at 4:20
and left up at 4:80 p. m steamer Aure
lla, front Hart "Francisco. Arrived down
at 1:06 p. m., German . steamer Arabia,
British steamer Quito and schooner AW
Astoria. April I. Condition of the bar
at a. m., very, rougn;-wino south;
High Claty Store. '
Ths new Jewelry store located at tit
Washington ' street, the second door
from Seventh, Is certainly a cosy little
store. Tha Interior Is decorated taste
fully snd tha wlndowa ars dressed with
hlxh-class Jewelry. Mr. Hotsman claims
that he will handle only first-class
goods and that everything that goes out
of h's stors will be of the most excel
lent quality. Tha stock Is large and
varied. Costly gems, silver and -trinkets
adorn the shelves. Ths establish
ment Is one of the prettiest pieces of
Its kind in the -lty end shows the trend
ef the good strtrs to follow out Washington-
street toward tha wssU
, ; ... "Opportunity i -
..... :. i.; , nee
; ' at;
'' ; least
1 1.. . i
' .every'; ;.
'. . ,. " " man's '
: door." ;
- BEEF 3c TO 15c ;
Soup Meat . ........ ,3c
Beef Kidneys 5c
Beef Stew, .. ., ...,5c
Necks to' Boil . . ... . . . , ,'. 5c
Brisket Beef ,5c
Liver . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... 5c
Oxtails, per pound. . . V. . 5c
Corned Beef . . ........ w . 6c
Shoulder Steak . . .'. . . . . 8c
Shoulder Roast .'. . . 8c
Pot Roast Beef.......... 8c
Rump Roast Beef . . , ,8c
Tnpc , i a a i 8c
PrinMRib-Roast w-rrVx 10c
Best Round Steak. . . ; . . 10c
Brains V li.'t . . . ; 10c
Hamburger Steak ". .' . I . . 10c
PHONES IN THE WOODS
Maine Loggers String; Wires In the
Virgin Foreat. '.''
A traveler In tha forests of northern
Mains would . bs surprised to . oome
across telephone lines strung from
trunk to trunk. Just out of reach.
The manner in which tha telephone is
nssd to help the men who drive the logs
along tha west branch of tha Penobscot
la-perhapa -tha great eet feature of tha
system. Tha dams have been built sot
only to hold 'water against a time of
drought but also to 1st It down at Ju
At many . places along the west
branch, where the water tumbles over
ledges and between boulders, says ths
Bangor Commercial, It is the work of a
river driver to m0- the logs over these
rough places without Jamming.- -
The eye of every man In tha crew Is
on. a glut of loga coming down stream.
They watch It as It nears a boulder In
midstream and If tha logs 'scatter and
pass down tha river, well and good. t If
they do not. but stop and ptls up Into
a big Jam, ths river driver has His
work out out for him. -
Then It la that tha man at tha tele
phone gets' busy. Three long whirls of
the crank of his little box calls the
dam, and he tells tha man who answsrs
to . close ..the .gate and stop tha logs
from coming down until ths Jam la
broken out. These orders given, he aets
to work to break tha Jam.
Usually-a stick -of dynamite placed
with accuracy will start tha logs and
clear tha channel, and if one stick is
not enough there is-J ways plenty-more.
The channel clear, the man telephones
ths order1 to the crew at the. dam-to let
'em coma. 1 p. "'
' Before tha telephone cams into use
these messages were conveyed up the
river by relay of men..- The-men were
stationed at frequent intervals along
tha bank and tha message was shouted
from man to man. ' "
Tha telephone tinea are being extended
from year to year and it will not bo long
before telephones are almost as common
in tha woods as they are in the city.
Considering tha country through which
tha men doing tha work have to travel
tha lines are put up la remarkably quick
time, for a small crew of men will put
up many miles of wire in a week. -
Recently the telephone naa been called
into use to aid the fire wardens in dis
covering and extinguishing fires in tha
northern forests. . A station has been es
tablished on - the aummlt . of Squaw
mountain, about six miles wast ' of
A. man stationed at this point can aee
tha country for miles around, and with
the aid of powerful . field glaasas and
range finders can discover and locate a
fire anywhere within a-radius of 40
miles. . '- .-1.
FIRING WITH OIL-
An Entirely Different Job From Fir
Ing a Locomotive With Coal. . r.
r Firing a locomotive with oil la a Very
different matter from firing with coal-
In Texss on account of the low cost of
STEEL IN HIS SPINE
Lee Herless, 1 whose picture here
appears, Is a sailor boy operated
upon a doxen tiroes, and who has
lived for alx years with a piece of
steel Imbedded near his spine, where
K has Just been -discovered by the
doctors. . - " , '
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EVENINQ, 'APRIL B, 1507
Opportunity is calling to
Decide whether or not you
meats at priv.es uic yuuigu.ucci irusi.wui cvcutuajiy
demand, or whether you will eat the best of all, Oregon
meats which Smith Js providing for you at the lowest
prices ever: known. Smith has pledged himself to stand
by the home people, and you owe him your patronage as
- I , truly as you ever owed a debt to any man. .
Sirloin Steak ........ 12c
Small Porterhouse ...12Hc
Rolled Rib Roast : . .'. . I2y3c
Beef Loin Steaks . .. .1254c
Fancy Porterhouse . . ....15c
Fancy 'T"-Bone ... . . . . 15c
Beef Tongues, each. . . . ,45c
VEAL 6c TO 15c '
Veal f or Broth . 6c
Veal for Stewing. . .... ,78c
Breast of Veal. ..... . . , 10c
Shoulder , Roast Veal , .". 10c
Leg Roast-of Veal. . 12c
Veal-Rump- Roas- .-. . . ,15c
Loin Roast Veal... v.. .15c
Rib Roast Veal. .15c
Lorn Veal Cutlets...;.. 15c
FRESH RANCH EGGS
BEST CREAMERY BUTTER
RAZOR CLAMS .
2 Doz. 25c
HARD SHELL CLAMS, lb. 4f
CHICKENS, lb. .17) to 20
DUCKS AND TURKEYS
COLUMBIA E1SH CO.
Third and Ankeny. Main 5
fuel oil many lines burn it In their
engines. . . , ,
"Tha oil Is stored in tanks In tha
tender and enters the firebox below tha
door," writes a Texas fireman in "the
locomotive Firemen's Magaxlne. "A
small pipe called the atomiser connects
with oil pipe Just as it reaches the fire
box, which sprays ths oil avantly all
over tha firebox, which la lined -with
Tha fireman has five valves to oper
atethe oil valve, to regulate the sup
ply of oil; the atomiser, to spray It;
tha heater, which heats the oil in ths
tank; the superheater, which heats the
pipes - connecting tank with firebox,
and the blower,, which must be work
ing a little when steam Is shut off to
oreate .draught . enough, to keep oil
"Firing sn oil Burner Is a very par
ticular Job. The operation of the oil
valve and the atomiser must correspond
at all times with the amount of work
an engine is doing;' not enough fire
starts sn engine leaking and too much
oil makes black smoke, gums up ths
flues and makes lees steam. ;. .
"It Is then up to the fireman to get
down on the deck and fill up a funnel
with sand to dean ths flues. By put
ting the end of tha funnel lnto a bole
In the firebox door the sand la drawn
through tha flues . and out tha stack.
"Firemen on helpers and yard engines
prefer coal, as It requires less watching,
but on a through freight, especially on
tha heavy hills, oil is sll right. Ths
snglneer can drop her down a notch or
so, and Just ss quickly can the fireman
irlve her a little more oil and the ato
miser.'..' ,- . ' '
"The hardest work aa oil burner fire
man does Is to tske water. It la not a
dirty Johf either, but I have never seen
a fireman wearing a white collar. It
Is all hs can do to keep clean overalls.
Ths pay was Just tha same as for ths
eoal burners In that locality.
In reference to htrlng . experienced
firemen, some roeds do and some do
not, but I think they all prefer to male
their own firemen,, as they will stay
through tha slsck times when a boomer
"Just 10 minutes before I approached
the master mechanic for a Job an honest
knight of the scoop, wearing tha regula
tion badge of ' our noble order, called
upon 'the ssme gentleman and stated
his case, but waa told that there waa
"I waa wlaa to the master mechanic
en that particular railroad, and before I
asked for work I visited a second-hand
store and fitted myself out with long
legged boots, sombrero snd a big red
handkerchief (all I lacked was a gun)
and then I told the master mechanic my
trouble. - - -
"Hs asksd me If I ever ftred an en
gine. I replied that I hsd never fired
one, but that I had seen lots of them.
He wanted to know what I had been
working at, snd I said that 1 had lust
pome down from tha Panhandle, where
1 had been chasing lonahorna all mv
ure, got ue JOB,
Portland's people., Hear, it?
will eat Chicago Beef Trust
Rib Veal Cutlets 15c
Calves' Liver v. . . . ... , . . 15c
. PORK 5c TO 15c ;
Pigs'. Feet .'. ; Wi '. . '. .5c
Pigs' Heads . . . . . . ..... ,5c
Pork Sausage '....v'.-.12c
Side Pork ; . 12c
Pork Shoulder Roast. 1254c
Leaf Lard .... . . . . .. 1254c
Pickled Pork ........ l2Hc
Pork Chops .". . . . .. . ...15c
Pprk Loin Roast. . .. ;. ,15c
Pork Steak . . . . . . . 1 . . : 15c
Our Own Bacon; . 17J4c
Our Own Pure , Lard, 5
lbs. V. . . . '. , . '. . . . . . i65c
itosieg Oof Sale
Violet Wheat, 1 pkga. .184
Egg-O-See, i pkga. . 5f
Eloreta Staroh, I pkga. 164
Celluloid Starch. I pkga. .........154
Klngsford Gloss Starch. I pkga....l5
Schilling's Baking Powder. 1 Ib...30
Schilling's Baking Powder.- M lb., .lfiat
Preferred Stock Table Syrup, 1 t J
, an '. ,. ... JSd)
Preferred Stock Table Syrup, H-gai-can
... :'... . ... ............... .S8d
Mag Mapla Syrup. 1-gaX ean..fl.OO
uong mapie eyrup, H-gaL can.... BRA
Log Cabin Maple Syrup, t eaa....88
"Cong Preserves (Sc)......Tl....l84l
Bird Seed. pkga for.......
Peas, 4 cans ..J..........JJ5V
Sweet Corn, 4 oans ...284t
Snider's Catsup, t bott ........... 85st
Fels Naptha See., bars. ........ 28l
Dried Peaches, s lba for. ...... ...25g
All 40c. 47o and TOq Tea. .SB
All 18c, 40e Teas ,,.....SO
tt-lb. can Llpton's Tea. No. I.....18d
lHo pkg. Raisins, a pkga, for.... 251
Groceries1 at list. All goods mutt bt sold before April 80 You
will gave from 20c to 60c on every dollar's worth of 'groceries you
buy. -Come and help us to get out in hurry. "
All other goods not mentioned at equally low prices. Free delivery
y. x.:-. r-.-v until our teams are sold. ' T; '- ' .
New York Market and Grocery
V 477-479 WILLIAMS AVE. , PHONE EAST 400
. That's what we are dolnjr every day at the : .
BA Y; C DT M A R C( li
185 FOURTH STREET, NEAR YAMHILL '
Very best sugar cured Hams. Special, per pound . 16c
'-- Other fresh meaU equally aa lew In prion,.' i - ' ,1"-. " '
MR. COCHRAN ;l 1 -L.
The cut-rate market man In oonneetloa will manage ths new department
Just opened. In the Bay Citv Market a full lino of Fish. Poultry. But-
ter, wggs, rruits ana vegetaoies.
your visit to this market pay for your
ruiin.u w mp prices wiinio ne
to all parts of west side.
If rou can
We will nil you
our order Just the same.
near TamhilL ; Speta A Koehler,
2 Doicn 45c
Best Creamery Butter. .... .751
Creamery . ........ ... . . , . . .70
Dairy Butter . . . . . . . . . . .W.S04
Best Sugar Cured Ham.,...17f
Breakfast Bacon . . . . , . . . . . . 18 f
Cream Brick Cheese, Ib.., .204
Limburger Cheese, each....35e
Full-Cream Cheese,' 2 lbs.;. 35
Why pay 80c for butter when
you can get Oleomargarine that
is just as good for 50)?
Chickens 17c and 20c
o4 YAMHILL 5T. , '
A School of Dueling. J
Although dueling has i long . been
laughed out of eosrt In' this country,
our continental friends by no means
share . ear - opinion of this method of
settling affairs of honor.
Though the French duet, la Usually
carried through , without any serious
Injury to either combatant. It la re
garded with grave consideration, and
every detail has to be attended to most
punctiliously. . . .
In order that gentlemen who msy be
celled upon to defend themselves at
the point of the ptetol may have some
training for the ordeal, ssys the Wide
World Mssaalne. thera haa h.im .a.k.
'Ushea la farig school of dueling, one
Fresh Ranch Eggs
Country shippers, do not
ship - your meat . to ", Beef ,
Trust -markets. Your meat
is too good for them.' Ship
to Smith. It is' only a few
weeks ago the Beef Trust
"threw , - dirt" at country
meats. The Beef Trust
claims its meats are all Gov-
eminent inspected and
shipped in nice refrigerated
ice cars. ' Pin them down to
their nice refrigerated ice
car meats. Don't give them
anything else. And if there
are ' Portland people who
want- thatrkindt)f meat,' let'
them go to the Beef Trust
markets and get It
ItHc pkg. Currants, S pkga. fo.V.8f
(So Sweet Chocolate ........... i.204
Kitchen Pride Floor, the beet tn the- ;
elty. per sack (IL3S) 91.00
Beet Cane Sugar, per sack..... f 4.40
wash Ttmg ajts sxax vjura.
te Wash Tubs .....;..wii.-.T04 -78o
Waeh Tubs ,60
SSoVWash Tubs 60
Dish Pans, less SOt saoh, , ;
Table Peachea, S oans. M. ....... .54
lie Peachea, foiy can. .............200s
S6e Aprioots for, can... ...,.20
Money Back Soap, bare... 25
Money Back Soap.' 11. bars.. ...... .80 v
Royal Club. Corn, ISO eaa.... 10
Tomatoes, t cans 18
S0e botUs Pickles .......M.....M10
SSe CAB. Chow ,BOg
CAB. Lucca Oil . ..i.. ...IOw
1 lbs. Rice, not broken.... 4S
li lba Read Rice TO
10- Ib. sack W. W. Floor. ......... 20
lba Lady Washington Beans... .2B
,- . " :. ' . - -:.-xr : '.
Also canned gooda We wUl make
trouble of coming. We are de-
nans 01 me neooia met
tha people. Prompt delivery ;
sltist call upJiAXJT B830.
OXTT UAMMM, Its Fourth.
THERE'S A REASON WHY
Dalles Diamond Flour
Deserves' a Laurel Wreath
ASK YOUR GROCER
Should Be in Every Flour Bin "
prominent member being ex-Prisident
This academy Is conducted by Dr. de
Villsrs, and combats frequently take
place there by way of practloe. In
these mlmlo duels wire masks ars word
to protect ths face and bullets made of
wax are used, so that no injury may
be suststned by tha combatants.
In sll other respects, however, the
conduct of the affair Is carried through
ss on ths field of honor, so that when
the rime comee If it ever does come
for the scholars to take part lne se.
rlous duel they may srqult themsejves
with credit to themeelves snd disaster
to thein adversary elthouah this Utter
Dalles Diamond Flour
point u pot ot much IxDflortanoe.