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inn onixou daily jouritai; Portland. Wednesday evening, may 2, ido7.
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V "Anniversary Sale" Bargains in the Men'a Clothing
Store all this weekClothing of fashion, and quality at
unusually interesting prices, values we know you
J- cannot equal anywhere about town-E very garment
new and up to date and assortment .the largest we ever
provided, and, remember, our regular prices arcTfully
85 per cent below what equal qualities cost you at the
exclusive clothing store Second Floor. .
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500 Men FAney Worsted snd Fancy Cassimere Suits, in
light tnd dark gray pattern! ; three-button lack coats, in sin-'
gle or double-breasted styles; all new garments, in this sea-
son's best patterns; ill sires; our $15.00 m f f
value; other stores ssk ?U5.w:, on sale 2 1 l .O J
at this special low price, the suit. , tt
Men's Fine Hand-Tailored Suits, In fine "grade "worsteds,'
fancy tweeds and cheviots, medium grays and neat dark pat
terns, in splendid assortment; three-ba tton single-breasted
' coat style; all sizes. The style and quality clothing the ex
elusive elothter aski you $22.50 and f , f f
425.00 for; our; $20.00 values, for this jfV I J. JJ
sale only at this unusually low price, suit ,
Men's1 High-Grade. Custom-Tailored Suits, the best product
of the leading wholesale tailors in the land; made Of imported
fabrics worsteds, worsted cheviots, fancy cheviots, etc.: fin
' est linings and trimmings; beautifully tailored throughout
" The exclusive clothier asks you $35.00 for ff ) fy
clothing of equal grade; our best-$28.00 Jf) I .QJ
values, on Sale at this low pricey suit.... , Z
Yount; Men's High-Gradfe Suits of the very latest' style and
tut; Single or double-breasted toats; neat gray patterns in
dark mixed worsteds, caasimeres and fancy cheviots; ages 14
to 21 years; all this season'! handsomest garments, regular
$22.50 values The exclusive clothier f C
would ask yoit $28.00. Take your pick of JJ I 0O3
v. 200 suits at this unusually low priced,. f-, .
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Cil- tlL4 1,000 Boys' Wsshable : Suits in Russian
OttlC"DOy3 . blouse 6r Sailor styles; Iges 2tf fo 11 years j
- " 1 111 blue, pink; or gray chambrays and tan
lAraifi Qmf ft crashes; trimmed sailor blouses and knick
? V 41911 tJUlUt ,-rhocker tfousersf Wdriderful val- A
Ues, t this low price', suit., HPC
l.OOd Boys' High-Grade Wash Suits,' in Rus
sian blouse and sailor styles; fine quality Oxfords, chambrays 'and
crashes; prettily made and trimmed) aged Zi to 12 tj I 1 f
years; grand Special Values, dn sat this low pricji. V 1 V.
Boys' Fine Wool Suits, double-breated styles, in' wool tweeds,' fancy
cheviots and cassimeres, age! 8 to 15 yeari, best make; fA QC
regular $6.00 and $6.50v"aluel 6 iU at, suit
. . Eook to Your '.: Needs At Oece
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Great "Expansion Sale" of Kitchen Goods and Household Necessities of all kinds A sale of the greatest Im
portance to all economical buyers-? We've been enlarging and improving the Basement Store until we think
it is the largest and most practical department of its kind on the coast Immense stocks of Furnishing Goods
necessary In every horned-Kitchen Goods, China, Glassware, Silverware, Cutlery, : Cut Glass, Lamps, Stoves,
Ranges, Gas Stoves, Refrigerators, Lawn and Garden Implements and, last but not least, a complete stock of
high grade .Groceries at the very lowest prices We can supply all the useful as well as the ornamental ar
ticles for the home at the very lowest pricesThe following list of special values means dollars irt your pocket
if you take advantage Sale continues all through the week Phone orders promptly and carefully attended to
10c Cooks Fork,' on Sale for..4
15c Egg Beaters, ort sale for.,14
,6c Potato Mashers, on sale for. Be
10c Fly Killer for, special, ea.Sf
25c Earthenware Teapots, ea.lOs
40c White Enamel. Basins, ea.32
15e White Enamel Cups at... 12
20c Whit Enamel Dtshesyea. 16
12c White Enamel Soap Dish. 10
75c 6-foot ''Ironing Board ah.CV
4c Glass Washboardi, special. 3T
13-in. Chop Bowl, on sale at.. 14
20c Wire Clothes Line, special 17
25c can Family Faint, Special. 21
15c Mop Sticks oh Sale for.. 12
35c Coffee Mill on sale at. ea,. 28
20c Granite Dish, special, ea..l7
30c Granite Bake Pans, each.. 24
65c Granite DUh Pan, each.. 53
40c Graifite Sauce Pins, each. 83
60c Granite $auce Pans, each. 49
30c Granite Lipped Pans, ea..24
35c Granite Lipped Pans, ea.. 28
'15c Granite Pie Pans, Special. 12
40c Granite Coffee Pots, each.33f)
J5e Granite Tea pots, each;. .28
40c Granite Berlin Kettles at. .83
60c Granite Berlin Kettles at.. 49
90c Granite Tea Kettlel, ea..69
30c Granite Lipped Kettles at. 24
35c Granite Lipped Kettles at. 28
25c Granite Dippers at, each; .20
12c Granite Drinking Cups... 10
12c Granite Measuring Cup's. .10
30c Granite Cuspidors, each.. 24
30c Granite Frying Pans, ea .23
V All Graniteware at Low Prices.
500 .No. 2 Universal Food Chop
great Special value, ea...
pers, best on the market,- f Q
"Lindsay Incandescent -1 L
Gas Globes, special, ea.....
Gas Mantles, Special, esM
75c Rakes on sale for.ach, . . .89
65c Rakes on sale for, each... 82
50c Rakes on sale for, each... 39
75c Spades and Shovels, ea.. 63
50e Hoei on sale at, each.... 39
90c Hose Reels, Special, ea,,.68
15c Garden Trowels at, each.. 12
5c Garden Trowels at, each at. 3
"White Moantain" Refrigerators
For the Coast
8c Paper Plates at, the doi,.;.8
9c Paper 'plates st, the dos....
10c Wood Plates at, the dot... 6
9c Tin Plates on sale at, each.. 3
23c Tin Sauce Pan, special, ea. 19
15c Tin Coffee Pot, sp'I, ea. 12
3-qt. Tin Pudding Pans, each .8
7c Tin Dippersion sale at, ea.'.8
10c Tin Wash Basins at, ea...8
40c TinTeS Kettles at, ea. ..82
4c Tin Cups, special at, ea...3
30c Tin Dish Pans, special, ea.24
75c Tin Coffee Boilers, each., 89
Plates, doi... 98, f 1.18, f 1.32
Cups and Saucers, dot. 2.00
Bakers, a. 19, 23, 29, 41
Scallops, ea, 10, 21, 23, 82
Platters, each.... 23, 83, 3T
85c Lanterns, special, each... 74
15c Hatchets, special, each.;.. 9
10c Wire Soap Dishes at, eSch..8
60c Knives and Forks, set, V4flf
For the Coast
13c Teaspoons, per set.,.ll
25c' Tableipoona, per ; set.f;,.lft
15c Flour Sifters on sale for., 12
50c Fgg Poachers, special, ea.41
lSc Colanders on sale for, ea.14
12c Tin Milk Pans on sale at... 9
35c Porcelain Salt Boxes, ea.2T
15c Clothes Racks on sale at 12
50c Bake Shells, special, doit.. 39
15c Tea Canisters, special at.. 12
10c Soap Shakers on sale at.. 8
8c Dish Rags, special at, each; ,6
25c Picture Hooks, doten.,,,19
So Picture Wire on sale at.... 4
Egg Whips, special st, . ea.'.V.4
10c Sensible Egg Whips, each.. 8
20c Milk Strainers, each...,,. 16
25c California Toasters, each., Id
30c Soup' Strainers, each.... 24
15c jelly Strainers, each...... 12
7e Strainers on sale at, each.. 5
Uc Wire Rug Beaters, each.. 12
10c Cake Turners, each.iit.8
Reg; $11.50 Vals, at $8.64
Great Special, lot of the celebrated White Mountain Refrigerators,
latest improved mode, handsomely finished, economical ice-consumer.
One hundred of them, regular $11.50 value, on sale at ' C?f) fyL
this wonderfully Reduced price1, each V U
Window Screens flt 37c Each
5,000 new Adjustable Window Screens, 24x33 inches, value
extraordinary. Buy all you want of them at, each....... V
500 6-foot Step Ladders, good Strong onesj spefial st, each... 4. 9
MEAT SAFES $1.09 EA. LAWNMOWERS $4.t9
lt new model Mest Safei, Well made Shd finished,' PI' AQ
good strong ones, best value In the. city, at, each....... v Vl
Special lot of 50 4-bladt 12-inch Lawn Mowers, every CA 1 Q
one guaranteed Satisfactory marvelous value, each..., v 1 r
' 1 ' 1111 mrl
...... toirtdirt'i ' sMvuMSMit. .J
Hirqhta OrtsS , h ai. . .."Tb Bifttfo 01rlJ
tfrl C0ODrflteri '
Star i.ii..'.. ..."Knob o' Tnnei"
Viflttlhir t th fre mueum of tbS
Oregon Historical society In th city
nail DUllaing 1 on an inorcaar,- una ur
J . ... ..k ni Invll 1 SJ5 nKAtlll
1IJS ' Vim IliVUl't VM, " " - - '
registered from flv foreign nation. 89
ant Curator J. C. Oreinfleld has kept
complete reoora or m una
i.tMitfni ftmirji at4 the result.
There werr'S Viaitors from th five
fniwlaii n.Hnn. HUflalft ana JACaa DOltl
. eendlnf one viaitor. , xne recora jrom
tne t ItBiea IS oo nanim,
i... with an aiteftda.nee of 145
From the US Oregon towns outside of
Portland th registration amountea to
y 178. It 18 S noiaoie iiw ui im
X .v. w.Ml nnrtharMttt Tin.
. Jt.lna -.. - . :;.;..
a. i 9 nnhtn nt Ifollfly. Oregon
iltm . A anl1ai.Mnn Of old United
. States eotns In her posseSdlon, among
' ... m . X - m S a, aa aa 4 ? A at
i - Mr Coehran is tnxloua to learn if there
... ,trh(i td her coma. Mrs.
I Petering o Vancouver ta alao.ln
poeeeeoton of om rare coins. ne
poseeaees one-cent piece of 1801 and
eoln of foreign mintage dated in 1869
and with Peter II stamped on the back.
The Nev Tork State sodjety met iaSt
renlng at the home or captain jreaae,
784 Pettygrove atreet, and spent a de
iihtni vfenln. ' Several new mem-
hare ware added to the . rolL - Th so
ciety meets on the third Tuesday of
each montn. j Miss auco wanson, pu
-plt"Of -th-Jillej!pte"Schotl of- Expres.
Ion, gave several readings and was
heartily encored. , . -
.1 .i-1 .ti.j a 4t.a tTMlvar.til Mm
Theulht assembly tomorrow afternoon
St S o wocit, in ma Av u-i- aiUI
Washington, between west Park and
'MAI HI 65
FC.STD CU STREETS
Tenth streets, Sister AvabamU , will
speak to woms on "What Effect Ias
the Diet Upon Our Bmotlonsr . Friday
evening's subject will "WherS IS Our
Soul When Our Body Is Asleep T"
An enthusiasUo reply was held by lo
cal optlonista, last night at thS Mlspah
Preabyterlan , church. East Thirteenth
and Powell streets. The evils of the
liquor traffic . were portrayed by Rev,
Clarence True Wilson. There were
othe speakers including H. Haroourt
and" P.ev. a I Tufts, who said the re
port that the Oaks was td be voluntarily
dry was untrue, and that the license to
sell llauor at the Oaks was already paid
Evangelist Wolfe ts preaching night
ly to a large and increasing congrega
tion at the tabernacle tent on the east
side. His subject tonight , is "The
Devil's Gospel." , Tomorrow afternoon
there will be a Bible lecture and prayef
service at J:S0 o'clock. Next Sunday
evening- the subjeot will be 'Christian
Science Handled Without Gloves,"
Evening service at S o'clock. '
Articles of Incorporation of the Hood
River-Oregon Industries company were
filed In-the offloe of the county clerk
this morning by M. T. O'ConnelL A. I
Dundas, R. M. Hodson, H. C Prud
homme , and W. E. Stevenson. They
will deal in real estate, , The Capital
stock la 150,000. - .
A meetlnr of the 8onth Poftlahd ClM-
sens' association will be held in Terwil
linger hall. First and Sheridan streets,
next Saturday night The proposed
amendments to the olty charter will be
discussed. The feasibility Of putting
In office again those who voted against
the anti-pass ordinance will also be con
sldered, as well as tne referendum jor
Increased salaries. -
Both Mavor Lane and Auditor Devlin
will address the East Side Business
Men's club, which will hold a special
meeting tomorrow evening In the hall
at East Pine. street and Grand avenue,
Each of the candidates for mayor has
been asked to talk to the elub and 4a
cuss matters of, Interest to east side
voters in general and east side business
then in faflrtloular. v
(I.ISi.Sf. , Ha assets consist of wearing
apparei vaiuea at izo.
And sllll they come. Everybody
Wants bur 40o coffee for 26o per pound
on Thursdays. - Fresh Tillamook cbeese
two pounda ISo every day. Oregon
Cheese Co., IIS Fifth street, SweUand
- Screen doors and windows made to
brder, fitted and hung. The Pioneer
Pain Co.; F. B. Beach A Co., 1SS First
Street, Pbone, Main 1SS4.
been Incorporated by Henry Roe, F. P.
Bheasgreen and W, A. Cleland. Capl
tal stock, 110,000.
The Thursday afternoon teas of the
Haielwood cream store are becoming
mors popular each week. Special music,
1:80 to S:I0. ,
,' In ' Allen's Rushlon Komfort Shoes
you get unparalleled comfort and econ
omy seldom found In others. 405 Mor
Rneclal lfln. lBo and SAo lunch. 11rSS
it L Oregonlaa - Confectionery, 181
SlxtS street- --r.. . i
Fresh churned butter, cottage cheese.
eVeam. Brandus Creamery, 127 First
street Phone 778.
Ntaame itnmtt HarklnaV. tnr Oamaa.
Washougal and way landings. , dally ex
empt Sunday. Sheaves Washington street
dock s p.. m.
W, A. Wise, T. P. Wise, H. A. Stnrde-
vant, ; dentists, Third and Washington.
Main 9021. : Painless method used.
Ths south Portland Republican club
Will hold a rally tonight at - Artisans'
hall,. Front and Gtbbs streets. Special
muslo has been 'provided and .Miss
Elisabeth Harwas. . Mrs., Alden Beals
and Mrs. Fred Oleson will song. Frank
Talbot will also furnish piano numbers.
ThS principal ' Speakers will be T. C.
Devlin and .Wallace McCamant
Sheriff Stevens this morning received
a telegram from his deputy. A. Leonard.
at Los Angeles, stating that ths habeas
corpus proceedings brought on behalf of
C K. Earler had been dismissed and
that Leonard will start - for Portland
with his nrlsoner tomorrow, Earle la
Wanted here On charges of giving liquor
to minors and perjury.
The Second Of the series of local op
tion rallies being held under the aus
pices of the -Sell wood Clvio league will
take place tonight at the Sellwood Pres
byter! church. The speakers are E,
Quackenbueh. Rev. E. & Muckiey and
Samuel ConnelL v ' . ' -
Tt Xt lrnrtltaa.a. flanm XV. TilrfiA
andD. C, Wail this morning filed In the
nffla. n ha itniiMt alark art1f-lS of
incorporation of ; the Douglas County
Mining company, to exist ze years, una
capital Stock is 11.000,000. - -
Rex , Marquis, t laborer at Ontario,
Oregon, filed 4 petition In bankruptcy
In ths United States district court this
ucirnlfif. Ills liabilities axa plaoel at:
Why. pay morel Metxger . (Its your
eyes for 81. S4I Wash. St, cor. 7th,
formerly at 111 Slxtb street
v Electricity and electrio light treat
ment Dr. VT. L Howard, . Common
E4stmr.n Itoaaks andsnppnes.'"rl
Leesef Cohen, 111 Sth. the Kodak store.
Dr. William Cava nan gh, dentist, has
moved his office to S08-4 Buchanan bldg.
Acme 611 Co. sells the best safety coal
ell and fine gasoline. : Phone East T89.
Woman's Exchange, Itl Tenth street.
lunch 11:80 to S; business men's lunch.
W. A. Cleland, the attorney, has re
turned. 5S9-8S4 Chamber of Commerce.
Levy's Muslo House, 111 Fifth street
Photo mounts. Woodworth, 149 H let
t. Chambers, optician, 119 Seventh. )
; BerteNslgns 184 Tamhlll phone, '
Good UM shoes. Marks Shoe Co. '
Bark Tonlo for rheumatism. '
Beck Jeweler 205 Alder. ; 3"
Oregoalah Confectionery, 111 Sixth. 5.
b -ryr,i: i?'fcf"f.rVU
Ktirseryman Pllkington, ft TamhilL
Summer dresses. ' MadamS XtcClure Co,
Beautifying creams. See Mme, Hudson.
Klser see hi o photos. Imperial hotel
'' Ftef erred Stock Canned floods. ... .v
Allen At Lewis' Beat Brand. ,
; , , ; Building rermlts. :
Mrs. Ma'rv Ktenow... two-etor Bae-
menij tvorett, tetweea ITUUenta and
Sixteenth streets, fl.OOS; Adam Miller,
repairs, dwelling, E. Everett between
East Twentieth' and East Twehty-flrat
400i Charles M. Griffith, One-story
dwelling, KoIIeck, between, East Fir
teenth and East Seventeenth, 11,009; A.
B. Lesley, ens-story dwelling, Laurel,
near Mianery ISO; W. W. Wltherbee,
Laurel near Misnef, ISO; John Sullivan,
two-story dwelling, East Everett, be.
tween East Eighth and East Ninth 18,-
100; F. S. Stuckner, repairs, dwelling,
East Eighteenth, between Clinton and
Taggart. 1200: H. Gouldstone, repairs
Store,-Hawthorne; between East Forty.
Sixth and East Forty-seventh streets,
500i El a. Llllard, one-Story shop, Kll
llngSworth. between Kankakee and East
Ninth, 75; J. a. Harris, repairs; dwell
lng, Killlngsworth, between Gay and
Delaware, 8160; C. Sackatrom, two
atpry dwelling, , Larrabee, between
Broadway and Cherry, 83,000 W. A.
Winder, repairs, dwelling, East Sum
mer, between Alblna and Kerby.
EXPOSITION RINK RACES
Third Day of Jtaolng Promises Knch
- Bxcltemsat, .
The professional six-days' races at
ths Exposition rink are arousing much
enthusiasm. Never was such a number
of fast skaters assembled In the city;
Tha racers start at 4 . m. and 9:10 d.
m.. racing 89 minutes. . it's a dollar raoe
for a dime and ladles are free after
noons - General skating before and
after the races. Kruse Harrison, Card
and Farrell are still in tha lead.
fJ ;K ; . - - - i . .-. n 1 iJ - n i- -- ri - II- ST v,
v v $8.75 for $1 5.00 s
Men's suits, at th Chicago Clothing
Co.. 19-71 Third street
Milton will have strawberry picnic
June 4. , 1 '
TAKES CARE OF
Over Four Hundred Looked After
by Aid Society During
' Past Year. ,
WELFARE OF WARDS
Reports at Annas! Meeting of Boys'
And Girls' Aid fiw Great Prog
ress In the WorV-Public Supports
"Tha Boys' khd Girls' Aid society
eared for 488 children of the Stat last
year," was th report mid by the Offi
cers at th twenty-second annual meet
ing of th society held at 805 Jefferson
street last night . More, than 400 youths
were provided ' with ' homes by thS or
ganlsation that ha grown from a small
Institution to on that has spread Its
Influence over ths state, and each child's
welfare7 has been watched by agents of
th society as closely as a fond parent
guards th interests of hi own off
spring. -" ; '-
After the reoorts of th officers had
capital- An&'surplus,- $iso,ooo.oa
, f - ASSETS MQRE THAN $200,000.00
, ' ' , ' ' ' ' :
The Question of Selecting a
' -in fce AttlAed without jnsture de
Depositing"' your funds in the , '
' RIGHT bank means a great deat
v to you, whether yon deposit much ' 1
, ' , ' . or little,
So successfully has this, bank si' --
v wsys met the most exacting re- '
?uirements of other depositors, w v;.
eel justified in believing that it - : -Will
meet YOURS equally as well
' .; The officers of this bank will be
glad to have5, you interview them."
at any . time relative . to banking - --
" ' business. '- -
Oregon Trust & Savings Bank
" Sixth and Washington Streets, Portland, Oregon. - r ;
been heard, F. E. Beach, Miss Helen F.
Spalding- and Mrs. Levi Whit wer re
elected members of the board of trus
tees to succeed themselves for thS n
suing three years.
' -'' Xlsov Offloers, .
Th following officers of th society
wer elected for th comm year:
George It Williams, president; ;T. E.
Beachi secretary; J. C. Alns worth, treas
srer; Rev ' T I Eliot, Judge WiUiam
B. Gilbert and Mrs. Levi Whit, trus
tees; J. C. Ainsworth, MlsS Helen F,
Spalding, finance committee, president
Williams appointed Superintendent,-W,
T. Gardner assistant secretary. "
That th Society has the support bf
the nubile and is in good financial eon
dltlon was shown by the report of
Treasurer 3. C, Ainsworth. Th receipts
for th year were 810.649.85, and the
expenses were 19,649. 85, leaving a cash
balance on hand of 880S.88.
Following th report of th treasurer.
Mrs, a R. Temrleton read report in
which she told of the generous support
received from th school children of th
stat at Thanksgiving tim last year.
Mrs. Templeton also paid A flattering
tribute to th work ' of Mrs. Julia T.
McDanlel for1 her work as teacher In
charge of th home.
OMldren. Hard to Kandl. -
Mrs. McDahJel's task, she explained,
tfetaM an a4a An, hanatlaa n tltm
faftt that th children under her car
wer backward and would not do well
in the public schools. The services of
Dr. O. C. Wiley, Dr. Ma Cardwll. Dr.
Kittle Gray. Dr. Robert Ellis, Dr. J. A.
Petttt Dr. Percy Wiley and Dn Bltner
at the horn wer acknowledged la Mrs.
Th report of Superintendent Gardner
was In part as follows! r
In 1891 th total number of children
CSred for during the year was 894. and
cash recerved from all sources 18,405.80.
In 1907 ! tour number of children re
ceived was 188, and total amount of
cash received was 810,849.88.
From AH Counties,
During th last year our tabular re
port will show that w have- cared for
45S children: 191 this number are
new eases, or children received ror in
first: time, and 181 received mor than
one.- having' been returned or recalled
from family homes for som causa.
These new children are from 88 coun
ties In th state, and many of th cases
have been Investigated by either our
vlsltina- a tent or myself. . '
Following Superintendent oaraner was
th report of John Teusoher Jr., the
visiting agent of the society. Mr.
Teusoher stated that h had traveled
11,250 miles in th past year and had
visited SOT wards of th society placed
out to homes. He returned six of the
wards for cause. Ah Interesting feature
of his work was that h had mad 81
addreasea in th year closed and had
nrmniipii four county advisory boards
In various part Of th state. "
Mrs. B.- H. Trumbull, secretary or the
Child. Labor commission, made an ad
dress on. "Child Placing." Other who,
annka hi the meetln wer: Mr. A.
Watson, principal of th East Twenty
eighth School: Rv W. T. Jordan of the
Central Baptist church. Dr. Ma Card
well and Rev. Hiram Vrooman. ,
CONTRACT TO H. M. ELY
wb."io. nEinc iflEATRE n
-" m. Sat, flaa. D(4t. May 24, SS, SS.
la Bernard &&' Hack IicuMed Play
"Mrs. ITarren's Professlsa"
Prieei timer ' Floor, $1,110 and $1.00. haW
eony, 8I.OO, TSc 60c OaUery, 88c, S9e.
Seats SeUlng at Theatre Box-Otee.
: Phon Main JO20. ' . '
. All WWk, Saturday aad Sunday STatlaee.
A SAX THAN CISCO OPEKA OOXyAHT
PreMnUag Victor . Hertwrt's , Qreataet 0ai
, . ' upara,'
PEICEii SSo. SOo, 7So. J Katlnew, S8a, 80s.
hox Otllc Opea 10 a. m. to 10 , m.
Pbooe Hula S.
00. L. Baker, Mrr. :
Tbnlflit AH This Wtk Ths Ortnt PolIN
leal Bur ita written Hojt '
"A COVTEBTES WOKA1T,"
A srtvim of lansbtw. ' Brlabt muntcil ins.
bent. Stage direction Arthur liackiey. kUt-
loe Batordty. ..,: , ,.
Hvanln nrima. SOe. Me. r- ITarlnMa. SKa.
lOo. Next week, 'The Dairy rmrm."
Si.i Empire -Jhealre l5r?lr.
MILTON W. SEAMAN, Manf.
Lot Wmk of tb Bcaaon.
Seasiaa Stock Compmnf la th Qrtat Ifttra
roiitin jdeicwi-tm, .
A thrllllrur Ula ( Ilia is th world's ma-
trapolla, Stage diraetioa f Mr. Bwbtrt A,b-
too. , -.:
VttUjt Wtdnetday Sod Saturday. Rtuht,
pricaa, 10c, SOo. 80c, COe. Kadneefc 10c. Sue.
Plena Kala 488s.-'' "
This Wk tha Allni Stock Oorapaay Pie
stating to Highly Rcalictla Utlo
ITlHnee Tawday, Tbonday. SararAty aad
Bnrtday. Prlcea 10c. 90s. JETcry Tonln al
8:13. Prlcw 10c. SOe and fioc.
Barr4 teats by pbona. Mala 4SSB, . OMc
epm from 10 a. ftv to 10 p. to.
'. (Sptctal Dispatch to Th Journat)
Salem. Or., May 18 At a meeting of
the state board of building commission
ers yeatrrday afternoon bids were re
ceived for the remodeling of the 11-
Knfv An 'fVia1 thrH tptit rt tha rtnrth
w- i c :
wing of thieapltoL The plans 4cl ,,.
Btaillcatlona ssis Err&iel ta r ' ill
Ttttt CfiD Woae'ataia 849S." "."
lllC JltK atit-s Tataday. :
- ' t i ' f Thanlaya,' Saturdays
Kn60S Evwy tMahiff at tilt.
'i A a,l. Wl 10. BO SnS SO
1 entlCSSCe Seur Sa y Phona.
$$;:nu;.ii-inax Of kat so. iMfy ,-;
, Vandwtfllt d luxe,
MIaiss Oraco Orny & Co.
: Dally Vatinaas and Ery Crtninr.
Prion: Matinee, ,at incladlna Sunday
or Holiday. W! tTemni,, Bunanya ana
Holtdar. toe, e, and Bm.liti 8c.
D. Neer, a Portland architect. Th bM
wer a follows: F. A. Erixon, 113.939;
C A. arayi tlS.?8fj , Ira Erb, $13,81$;
H. N. Ely, $1I,S8. Th contract waa
awarded to TL N. Ely of this city.
Th plan 1 to partition th oil li
brary Into apartments for-th ..office
of the supreme court eommlslonr.
th attorney-mineral and the library
commission. The work must be em -pleted
within 88 days.
Etc? csvj:-i.i 3
If you suffer from rheiimnrSiurn r ' t
ror Baiinra s tnnw i-intinnc w I .
Quick relief. It is a m!- r
sprains, rhumattm. oitt.i- 1
and all ti !t i
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