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'" " Y Member of Columbia Singing Club Who "Will Appear
f. Whan th 8wedIsh-Amertcan alnglag
convention of the Paoiflo coast meets
la San Francisco In July, Portland will
be repreeented by the Swedish Blount
"club Columbia of II members, Emll C.
Holt, director. Singing societies from
all the larger cities on the coast will
participate and elaborate preparations
are being- made to entertain the visitors
In San Francisco? and Oakland. The
first convention r was held In Portland
SCOWS MUST BE
Harbormaster , Will Pay
Owners a Visit and Order
v " Them to Vacate. -
RIVER FRONt CLEANING
WILL BE INAUGURATED
: - l
.' ' - 't-t - ', , !'.'. i :
East Side Basis ess Mrs Complain of
r Bar of Leaving- Street'. Aff
.1, proacbew Blocked bjr Shacks and
f Urge Immediate Action.
' Scow . dwellings and . boathouses
noodr off the approaches . to the east
side street near the Morrison - bridge
Brill be ordered to vacate,' immediately.
Acting upon the suggestion made in
The Journal a couple- of -days ago the
city authorities have taken the matter
tip and. this . afternoon-. Harbormaster
BpeJer will ; pay the scow -dwellers a
visit- and instruct them to remove their
bouses. . V- ' ;J . ' :' I
For many months past . th scow
dwellers have been moving their homes
at fsvorite spots along the river bank
between the Morrison 'and 1 Madison
bridges with ' the result that now- -the
Afreet approaches are ' hidden behind
clusters -of scows' extending . several
Jiundred feet from shore.. The other
night - the - lire boat ' nearly " crashed a
number of dwelling In answering a
midnight call and several women nar
rowly escaped wlt'a their, lives. , The
11 re boat crew ' considered . tbemselvee
lucky ai not having, run over anyone.
' The business men of the east side
have complained . of . th 'danger of al
lowing scow , dwellings - and ' drift . to
blockade the street approaches and
prevent " the fire boat ' from . making a
quick landing in case of a conflagration.
' The approach to the foot of Stark
street Is la wore condition than ever
but Harbormaster Speler says it is up
to the superintendent of streets to have
th float properly moored. The harbor
master say he has notified the superin
tendent who in turn has promised to
remedy the evil at once.
- The removal of the scows from the
street approaches will prove no particu
lar hardship on .anyone, as they can be
crowded together -between -the various
streets, against whlob. so far as known,
no on will object strenuously.
CAPTAIN PLEADS .GCILTT-
Steamer Charles R. : Spencer ' Will
. ! J Run Slow Hereafter."
Captain' John Zumwalt.' master of th
Steamer Charles R. ' Spencer, appeared
at th police court this morning and
REL10VED AT 0I1GE
V ' " "... . ' . ' ', ' ' '" '.--'" -V V 5- . ?' '.
J. A. F0L0ER & CO.
j on "Scandinavian day" at th Lewia and
I dark fair when It n Toted to meet
In the Bay cltr In' 1107.
To defray, a part of the aspens of
having Portland represented, friends of
the, staging society have arranged a
monster basaar, to be held in Arion
hall next Saturday ' night, June 1. . It
will be known as "Vernamo Marknad,"
or "the annual market of Vernamo," an
event - that In , years . of old waa next
pleaded "guilty ' ii the' charge of run
ning his steamer faster than, eight miles
an hour through the harbor. He was
fined fit -and 'at once deposited that
amount wlththe 'clerk. - j -
This disposes of th case brought by
Harbormaster Speler against th Spen
cer several days ago and It wilt not "be
appealed to the supreme court as prom
taed by Captain E. W. Spencer, owner
of the steamer. - Instead of fighting the
case further Captain Spencer agreed
to have Captain. Zumwalt plead guilty
and henceforth observe th law.
CHINA LINER ARRIVES
Steamer Nomantla Croasea Bar at
: Early-Morning Hoar.
Th. Oriental Uneit Numantlay crossed
In over th bar at 4:40 o'clock this
morning.. IT days out from Yokohama.
She, left -up shortly 'after 10, and will
reach the harbor late this evening. - The
Numantia brings a considerable quanti
ty of fireworks Intended for the coming
Fourth-of -July. . On her outward .trip
th liner , will carry . a full - cargo of
flour, all of the space "having been ret
served long ago. t '
The British steamer. Hyndford ' will
dear 'this afternoon for Japan ' and
China, .with th. largest cargo of flour
sent away from this port this season,
but she will probably not be ready to
sail before next Monday, as she ha to
coal first t . ,. ,'
y RIVER RISES AGAIN
Warmer Weather Brings Larger Vol-
'.; " ' 1 nme of Water. ' V
Th Willamette is . again rising . at
this place and a stage of ll.t feet is
predicted for next Monday. Yesterday
was th hottest day of the season in.
western ' Oregon -end -temperature of
to ' degree and over were common In
th Willamette valley. .The maximum
at Portland waa tl degree yesterday
afternoon. V A low humidity .helped
greatly to reduce th oppressiveness of
th high temperature. : During the hot
spell, yesterday afternoon the percent
age was only M, whereas this morning
it waa 11. with the thermometer at (0.
Indication are for lower temperature,
west of th' Rocky mountains. Yea
terday was comparatively cool t in - the
Rockies at the headwaters, of the Co
lumbia and Snake rivers, which 14
looked upon as favorable, since a very
high temperature there would cause the
rivers , to rls quickly, there being, still
considerable snow. During the - past
14 hours the Columbia rose seven Inches
at Wenstche and lifted three Inches
at Lwlston. - '
Interesting In this connection areth
date when former flood crests have
passed points on the Columbia and
Snake river.' Records In In weather
bureau show that high fwater has oc
curred as late as June to In the Snake
and as late-as June II In the Columbia
The Average- time of the laat of the
high water In the Columbia Is June II
and In the Snake on May 0. As a rule,
th late flood are the highest. .; ,
From British Columbia comes ths re
port that Arrow and Kootenay lakes, at
th head of the Columbia rivers -are
rising steadily, the winter's snowfall
having been exceptionally heavy. A
request " to th local weather bureau
Golden Gate Coftee
Vj i:--".-:: '. Appears "--J
v- ' Sold, on merit
V; Aroma. tic bt tint
rTHE ORSOOM i DAILY"
at the Annual Conference In the
to Christmas trr point' of prominence In
Sweden. Attractive booths are being In
stalled ' In the - hall .and some of the
cleverest talent obtainable will, be em
ployed to see that the patrons become
liberal and bur freely at ridiculously
low prices. r Bargain counters will . be
put to shame and everybody will go
away happy. An orchestra will furnish
muslo all evening for those who wish
to dance. " ... - .
: The affair Is being (managed by the
states that th Arrow lakes were rising-
witbln the; past. fw .days at.th
rate of two feet every 14 hours, and
th rise in Kootenay lax was nearly
as great.! The St Mary's river, -which
drains an Immense . area : east '- of the
Puroell rang of th Selkirk. -1 - al
ready several feet higher than It has
been at the highest stage of high water
since the disastrous flood year of 1SI4
and the creeks and rivers flowing into
.th Kootenay and Columbia - do not
reach their maximum level until about
the middle of June, or later, in ordi
nary yeara. - s " . '
; FAST 'BOATS PLANNED Vi
Improved Service Between ' British
. Columbia and Australia.
J-'. ' (Special Dhnatek te lhe JoenaLI ;
Vancouver, B. C., May Jl.-rHon. Clif-
lord sirton, x-mlnlstr of th interior,
who was in England In connection with
th fast steamship service, has returned
and says 18-knot boats will be provided
for service between Vancouver and
Australia, whil there will b a 14 or
li-knot service on th Atlantic Lord
Stratheona will control; th financial ar
rangements. , . . .
ALONG THE WATERFRONT
ji ' ; ., y
' Ths Harrimaa liner Costa Rica, Cap
tain Mason, sailed for San - Francisco
at o'clock this morning, .carrying. Q
American' steamer "Hyadea, left' down
this morning,' bound for Ban Francisco
with a full cargo Of wheat
Th steamer Mansanlta has been re-
christened -the Daniel. Kern, In honor
of her owner, who bought her from the
government ' The Mansanlta will com
mence towing rock barges to the Jetty
at the' mouth of ther iver In about ,H
days. Sh will pick up th barges at
Oak . Point r -,f .-..,.. ,j . i 1 . ; H
The steamer J. N. Teal Is at Supple'
boat yard to hav her wheel lowered
about five Inches. . It was discovered on
th trial trip yesterday that the wheel
set a bit high to bring, about the best
results, And , toe . alterations . will be
mad at once. . Th fin steamer will
be ready for .business In about 10 days.
Ths steam schooner Northland will
b lifted oa . th drydock for general
repairs tomorrow. Th schooner Ull-
bonn is on ths dock at present -
Th steamer France H. Lergett was
chartered this morning to carry a cargo
of wheat ' and lumber from- this, port
to Baa Francisco. Sh will com bar
from Eureka.. Th ' lieggett . has Juat
delivered a cargo of lumber from Ya-
qulna at ' San Francisco. - Th steam
schooner Caaco will also., corns her to
load wheat, and lumber- for th -Bay
City.' - '.;,' '..-' -r -
Th government snaghoat Mathlama
Is on her way up the Willamette' with
a great deal of work before her. Bhe
will carry a load of rock from- BUena
Vista to Independence for th revetment
ther and then proceed to Half 'Moon
Bend, ' where snags ' are - blocking the
channel.. -- .' ;J--' -.-.-.
, Astoria, Mar 11. Arrived ati4:19 a.
m., steamer Jim Butler, -from San Pedro.
Arrived at 4 :4ft-and left up at 10:10 a.
m.. German steamer -Numantia, from
Hongkong and way ports. Arrived down
at and sailed at l a. m., steamer
Oeorge W. Elder,' for, SAn Pedro and
way porta ' Arrived at 11:10 a. m4
berk E. F Whitney, from akawell.
Falmouth, . May II. Arrived. British
ship Olenerlcht from Portland. -'-
San Francisco, May tl. Sailed at
a.' m., steamer Nome City, for Columbia
river, .Sailed last night steamer W. a.
Porter, for Portland via Monterey. 1
Astoria. May JO. Arrived at 11:10 a.
m. and left up at 10:10 p. mM tug Sam
sen with barge WaahtucAa, from Grays
harbor. - Arrived down at tf-.40 -and
sailed at I s. m.,' steamer Alliance, for
Coos bay. Belled at 1 p. m., berkentlne
John Smith, for San Pedro. Arrived at
t p. m. aad left up at midnight schooner
William Kenton, rronr saa rrancisoo.
Arrived at and left up at1: p. m.
stnsmer Argyll, from Port- Harford.
Arrived down at 1:0 P. m., steamer Hy
adea. . Arrived down at 10 p. rn., bark
Agat and German bark Tellua ,
San Pedro. May II. Arrive a, scnooner
Polaris, from Columbia river. - .
Astoria, May lie conamon or ins par
s I a. m.. mootb: wind nortnwstj if
miles; weather, cloudy.
Tides at Astoria today 4iia water,
JOURNAE, PORTLAND. FRIDAY EVZr.'INO. IZ.W. tl,
in San Francisco
Kay City In July,
most prominent Swedish-Americans in
Portland,, who have ' volunteered', their
services. . . i..-.
The Singing Club Columbia was or
ganised several years ago and now
ranks high among similar organisations
on the coast. : The club will render eev
era! number during the evening. . 1
Mm. Jennie Norelli. th Swedish
prima ' donna soprano of this "city, will
be soloist -at the convention in San
Francisco,. : v - ,: '; s ... , ''
1:11 a, m., 1.1 feet; 4:41 p. vaj l.t feet,
low water, 10:17 a, m., 1.1 feet; 10:11
p. m., 1.1 feet ' -'v4- ,'; " -.-
San Francisco. ' May v II. Sailed ' at
noon, steamship Columbia, for Portland.
Astoria, May v II. Balled ; at noon,
schooner Glendal, for Portland,
Kesvlar liaera Dee to Arrive.
ltamantle. rraa orient ...r. I.May II
r. A. Kllbarn. fma Bea rm. ssd way.JnTie 1
Colnmhle, rraa &a rriucUco . . . . . Jbo
Alllenre, from Coue Bay., .......Jon
Roeooke. tren lu Pedro and wy......Joae 4
Cot Bira, troia fan rrancswe. . . . . ...Jane T
O. W. Elder, frna Raa Pedro and way. .Jane 11
Arabia, tram orient... .'...;..... .......Jane M
Aleala. from orient .July 10
Mcomedla, from Orient ...Asian 10
.' - : Aerolar Uaera to Oenarl, ... '
A II lance, for Cone Bey.. .Jm I
Coiuaihla,' far Sea FrDeleo ......... Jn ne I
Koaooke. for Da a Pedro aad way.;.,.. .June I
NnanaDtla. for orlenl- in. in
v.naia nira, ror Ban . rranciaeoa . : .
Arablai tot orient.....
A Mela, for orient
Ntooeiedls. to Orient.
Marti offer. Am. etr, at Wlllasiette I. Wks.
- aoia. vr. an., ac sievarar cort.
Jordanalll. Br. bk at B. A W.
rinlta. Br. bk.. at Greenwich dnek.
. TeUus. Oer. hk at Kaappton. . V. ' -
trathclrde, Br. itr,, at Unntoa. T"--."
Waahlaj-ton. Am. barf, at SUrwortb, life
' nllea above Vanaeavae. . - - ,
glnu-am. Am. ah., at Btalla.
Whaac Ho. Chinese lank, at the Oaks.'
Joke Palmer, Am. bats., at Kalama.
. Kxpamtttw. Am. aeh at Portland Lambef Oa
-William otaen. Am.1 art., at Astoria.' 'v -
Makawell, Am. - bktn,, Wallae Sloags. ,
Diamond Bead, Am. bk.. Vaneoever. . y'.s
txralalana. Am. atr.. at Aitorla.
: Kmlly Bead. Am. alL, at Portland tambsr Co.
Btratbrre. Br. atr.. at Rainier.
Northland, Am. atr., at Willamette Ire work
ears., nor. air., at ueeanie ooes. -Ireae.
Am. ach at Ht, Helena. '
' Ifyndfnrd, Br. atr at O. R. N, Albloa. "
. Colombia. Am. ahp., at Stalls. - -
. Jobaa Poalaea, Am. atr., at Ismatt-Poalaes.
Kln Cyraa. AmeHcb., at Wallace Blousa.
Vlritinla.. Am. seh at ' 1 PmUan
Glendale, Am. ack., at Aatorla. .: - .-'
fAbnle. An. aeh.,- at .Oatrander. , ' .
Churchill. Am. ach., at Knanpton, '
Antelope, Am. ,ecn.,, at Aatorla.
' Delay FreemaB, Am. atr., at E. A W. nulla,
Llllenonne. Am. acb., at drrdnck.
Waablnctoa. Am. atr.. at Rainier.
Eieelelor, Am. atr, at Portland Lemher C.
- ctiv eiiihivi adi. nr.. ai euppie s faro.
- t klttler. Am. ak., at Llnntim.
Arayl. Am. atr, at Portimoeth. ' '
Mamantla. Oer. atr, at Montanmery Ne. X
Jim Botler, Am. atr., oa the way ap.
E. F. Whitney , Am. bk., at Aatorla. ' .
Wm. Beotoa, Am. sea., at Aatorla.
' Xmber Oarrlen Xa ' aVeato, '
' Era-oil Am. ak. Baa Pedro. - '.
, Lecllle, Am. ah. Baa rraaehMev
Mabel Gale, Am. aeh.. Baa Friar) aco.
- Oetrlf roc, Am. bktn. Ban rraneleoa,
Aurora, is. bktn.. San Fraaeleea. -
. Baata Ana, Am. atr., Bas PraDcisre, '
- W. a. Home, Am. acaw, Ban Pedro.
J. B. Btetona, Am. atr., Bas PraoekM.
: Chsrcbin. Am.eeb., Baa Franclaoo. , . .
E. r. Bandera, Am. acb.,. Ran Pedro. ;
' CnebaHa, Am. bkta.. Baa Pedro, ' i
Nokomla, Am. aeh.. Baa Pedro, i . ', ' ,
, Alumna. Am. seb.. Baa Praariaee. '' '
Walacot. Am. barge. Baa rraneiae,' ...
Qtrtnanlt Am. atr., Ban Franetoeo. .
Sobome.' Am. eeb Baa Praadaea.,
Sa aUato WIU Oaamat aad OesaraL
ftoeelench. Br. ab Hankers.
Brena, rr. ua., nau.
Conway Caatle, Br. bk, Antwerp. ,
Dalsonar. Br.- ab ITambarf. -
Earope. Pr. ha... Aoiwera. . ' .
Geaevlev Mollaoa. J-r. bk Loedoa,
- Ken Karviler, Pr. ak, Bamberg.
Laennee, FT. sh., Swanaea. -r f
L Plller, Pr, bk, London. '
Martha Roax, Pr. bk, Uamherf. - i
Moaamolqiie. Br. ak, Neweaatle, B.
Bamoa, Br. bk Sblelda, ,
Biam. war, aa, inoon. . - ' r 1 ,
Boraa, Pr. sb4- Xewcaatla, B. - . ...... 11
Vlneeanea. Pr. bk Olaaaow. ' ' .
Mareebael Tarrene, Pr. bk., Bamberg. V " "";
Vllle ee Malbouae. Pr. bk, Antwerpr- .
Goetbary, Pr. bk, Antwerp. . . . '
Plerrt Lotl, Pr. bk., Antwerp. ' .
Walden Abbey, Br. ah., Antwerp, - M-
Oteneanlhi, Br. ah, Antwerp. ...- .
' Venalliaa, Pr. bk., Lelta.
Oeooral oa Boteneriro. Pr. bk., Umoea. -General
ee N eerier, Pr. bk, London.
' ' Caal Ships Xa Beat. ' . '
Helen. FT. bk, Neweaatle. A, ' '
-Col. da VlUebols Maronll. Pr. bk.. Newcastle A.
t'larardoe, Br. all, Neweaatlei A,
' Wlllaoolt, Am. bk, Meweaatle. A.
Tramp Steasurs Xa Xoato. '
. Aacot, Br. etr, Bnenee Ayree,
Arrieaa Monareh, Br. atr, Kaa PraocUea.
Tellna. vNor. atr. Baa Praoelaee. ,.
Maori Kins. Br. atr., BbanhaL -
-Henrlk Ibaea, Nor atr.. Baa Praaetoes, i
uma a iriinuia, or. .rr., JnaoraS.
allhla, Rr. atr..
Ma nab a Mara, Jap. atr, Salinas Cms,
Mackinaw, Am, atr., Seattle. 'u ,
, Bas Mateo, as sir., sea Praselaee.
. OU Oarrtofs Xa Xoato. - :
. Maverick. Am. atr., Baa Fraitrleeav ' ,
, W S. Porter. Am. etr. Ha a Praaolaoa.
. XAn Staettas Toalgiit. " '
'Burnslde 4V GrAnd, Jpurkhard'a hall.
I M. Davis, an ballot, standa for
pur home influence, , , ,
A -- ' ii If
an yow curbing
. Royal Cook Book
r tvtrjr woman who
rrSAN OLD SAYINQ that
It sLu aw'
I ' " ill y i i r, . .j ,'-: r-r-' . , v-&-h
I 4 '; 1 " r. ' w 1 Vt 1 r . -." n
I I T f - J ' .. I ' I ' kj I.
'' ewbrr:''-'.':'.'ff h-
thing just what you pnt intcr itrthat '-isr the aecret H
of Table Queen" Bread s delicious
we put the very best material! into
our iplendid Dough Mixer a machine that 'assim
ilates the ingredients without , destroying the grain
and texture of the dough and that eliminates much
of the usual handling the entire
supervision of experts.- uuuuwuaa . ia -JlUC
ONLY POSSIBLE RESULT. '.-
"e wish vrvry. womaa In vOreg-on
could see the Hwrrtett. Itfiivrstor. Its
vary appaarane la, cool "aad apptlslns.
It la road of hardwood, f '
- It la sanitary and odorless, easy to
clean and will save you money la your
lc bill this summer. ; . . - ;
"The lsrtrest and most eompUt stock
of v rafrlferators In Portland now on
display. , ;l ' , ' v i''"'.
TVe show vry atyl mad. Our
' - ...
prices are uniformly lower than any
otaec tore."-.;-. MV-.'s'.' .x'
' "Tool need only : Investigate to prove
the truth of this statement -"Our
' Herrlck Refrlseratora are
greatest Innovation la - refrla-erator
buildlnc. '- They present a new method
of cocjllns a ' healthy .
FAEMER WHO SEES '
: TIIIXGS IN TREES
V (Special Manatee to The Journal.)
Balem. Or, Kay 11. Brees Qlaaon,
a well-to-do farmer of th Zen neigh,
borhood, a ' few mil from this city,
looks at the tall tree of th forest and
sees things, such' as animals and pieces
of furniture. An Ill-shaped tree sug
gests a hors shoe, aa Ill-formed union
of two branches of a maple tree gives
rls to th formation of a mountain
goat, and two large maple knot side
by slds ar shaped Into a dog or lion.
Thee creation are not th , mere Im
agining of aa artistic mind, but real,
ties which have been placed On xhlbl.
tlon In th board of trad headquarter
In thla city and which are th object of
much comment from lovera of th orig
inal and of th rustic. ' .
Probably ths best of Farmer Gibson's
creations is a mountain .goat,. life else,
cut out of a hug mapl knot. Natur
ally th transverse section of the tree
allow th animal'-to hav but two legs,
on for .and one tlnd,-but beyond that
it la a perfect imitation of the inhabi
tant of th rocky heights. Th dog, too.
Is a uniqu conception, but le' formed
of several knots of maple. Olbson has
on exhibition a hug bug, th body of
which la mad of a mapl knot painted
black, and th teg of which ar mad
of deer horn. He has in preparation a
bust of King Alfonso.. yv "
aad Oearls peak.
Big rally tonight, Burnsld and Grand,
NON-UNION BARBER .
. Olympl. ; 'Wash... May II. Papers
havs been prepared In a suit to be
brought by Jo Foretell, a non-union
barber Of this plare, against the
barbers' unltn of Olympla. Foretell
seta up In his complaint that he has
been boycotted by the -union and pre
vented from -earning a livelihood at his
trad. He asks aa damsges II a day for
every working day in the week except
Maturrinv. and It for everv Baturdn
during th Mm h haa been on th boy.
cott list Th caes is creating consider
able discussion In local labor circle. A
ompromls. la hinted, at- vj.
Doyd Descry '.ATE'P'RR
.1.1. J a ' T a . . II ' I ill I
dib sru:s gi -iamuaainniuii muihow ui imuuiiu II a n . II .
illustrated and 'full of nw radaa that will b given liAo-t
aavea thf entire aeries of 13, on appearing each Friday, i -i
nf"llfve aev r I .av -5 AT ' - .. M SI
JrV l I' V- JLi'. JI B II
II " V'liv -va I. -saaamasa vaa. I . m. . am ml
Dough r.!ixer"Does theWork
, la th manner of mixing, ai all cooks know,:
" Lies th secret of ma Icing the very best dough.'
That no risks should be . run . with . good Table
: .: ';v Queen,""' ,-' ' : '"; . v-; '
We procured this wonderful mixing machine. '
.Ingredients thus blended," the experts affirm,
' ''Assures wholesome bread every loaf the samel"
yon get out of . a
it, mix them in
process 'under the
ruarant an hytlenld preservation of
th food."-And' many othsr featares not
to b found ia th ordinary refrl(era
tora era shown for the first time In our
Herrlck Una v t .; ,s
Th' main- const ruction Is of kiln
dried material, . absolutely air-tight, la
a handsome folden finish, ; The llnlne Is
of white enamel or spec tal -proce saed
sine. ' All grades hav double box.
Floors of provision room ar flush and
easy to clean; provision shelve and ice
rack ar . of oorrurated galvanised
Iron; solid bras or bronse lever looka"
.Buch - waa the conversation of X J.
Kadderly when an In hi salesrooms
at ISO First street alongside the depot
of th Portland Railway, Light A
Powr company. -. t .-:
ALL DALLAS 0KAVES '
- ! FLOWEK-BESTBEWN
. (Special Clapetck to Tbe'JoarnaLi 1
DalUs,.; Or, May II. Memorial day
was quit generally i observed. '.' Ths
Mounty courthouse, poatofflce, banks and
storss were closed, ot exercises were
held, nor waa thsre a general parade to
th cemetery, but people were carrying
flower cemetery.ward at all-timee dur
ing the day. , Th three burial grounds
near the town war masses of floral of
ferings. V .' '.. - i . .
L K Davis, SI on ballot, stands for
progress and a greater Portland. ...
Practically all of th New England
mill of the International Paper corrA
pany are now operating under an eight
hour basis. Th latest - to receive the
concession ar , th' employes of th
company'. mill at Berlin, New Hamp
shire, where the new time schedut will
go Into effect July 1. . , . , , ,
. Xaaae- and aieada peak. -Big
rally tonight, Burnslde and Grand
.,- l .x,-.a :,-
; kci for ; !
Doll on of lod
Shortcake Just Like Mothers
ROYAL RECIPE NO. 7 Place itrswberriei about "i
llyi inches high on a sheet of cake. Spread sugar;
over and place another sheet of cake on top. '.Press
them well together, then cut in squares. Cover top
and sides with whipped cream or meringue paste.
:, Serve. ' .: . -,. ,. ,',-v ,:-:' , ;. . '.- ;
" Choice Groceries ,'
Until All Are Sold
-1 lb. Tkney Hoft 8h!I rf . J
. Walnut , .j..;!.... 10"
Tea Garden Raspberry Preserves,
lb. glase, ach. .',...... .60e,
Long Assorted Preeerves and
Jams, ll-os. glass, each-.Oe)1
" T tlna Griffin Assorted '
Soups for .......... ......BOd 1
I tlna Standard Tomatoes. i.SBtf '
t ttns Btsndard Corn for....2St
1-lb. tin Mine Sea Clams. 15- .
t package Bromsngelon....2Ba
1 tin Log Cabin Msple - T :
Syrup, pint ....... ....... ZOat
1 tin- Log Cabin Mapl . T;
. Syrup, quart SB)"
1 tin Log Cabin If apt -T,
i Syrup, H gallon .....6B
t tin Ocean Beach, highest '
. quality rasdr clams, whole 16e
D. C. BURN.S CO.
20 THIRD ST. - Phone Mala 6ttf
Liltle Cooks and Dakcrs
Ilk to mulat their elders and pretend"-to
make bread and pastry.7 Is It '
not also a ssd truth that many house
wives only PRETEND tn make K.y
etc.? They do not provide themealvea
with, th principal .requisite, . namely,
good Flour. W can help them greatly
if they will try c . . ,. , . .,.
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Tour grocr has It If ho send to
Dalles Dismond Floor Mills. Pnrtl.n
IN THS -NORTH
' 2CV VT"