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t:: czzcdu cuiiday joueijai; ' foivtlakd, Sunday morning, june t. isc7.
VACANCIES OF JUDGES
AND CLERKS ARE FILLED
:City Council Took Action' Upon Lists Submitted by the
1: Chairmen of Central Committees of Both Parties 1
rif Men Named .Eequested to Be on Hand. f
LAWN MOWLRS CAHDHN HOSL SPRINKLERS HAMMOCKS r- IN THE, BAStMtNT DLPARTHXNT
High- Grade Uphol-
1 Vacancies In the list of Judge, end
clerks of leotlon were filled by th
elty oounoll yesterday afternoon from
Uata aubmltted by the chairmen of S j
antral conmlttNi of tht Republican
and Democratic partle. The Ilata aub
mltted war approved. . H
, A special meeting of tha oounoll waa
called for tba consideration of olaotlon
baelness and tha llste had baa pre
pared baoauao of the faet that many
who had baan appointed bad signified
their Intention not to serve, Inaamuoh
aa" no. notice will bo (Iron of the ap
pointment mad at tho apoclal meeting,
tt ta dealred by tha eommltteemen that
all thoao named bo on band when the
poll are opened ready- to take their
place without further notice. The Hit
' a prepared follow:
7 Precinct No. 1 First board, . A.,
-Sprietaer. . 407 North Twenty-fourth,
Jodie; J. "H., Kern. lit Savior, olork.
Second board, H. P. Holmer, 117 Qulra-
;by. Judg; JJ. . A. Power. 411 . North
' Twenty-fourth, clerk,
Preolnct No. 1 First board, 3. Krira
bel, 44J- Twenty-Brat, Judg; Eno B.
Palmer, 171 North Nine taenia, mora.
Second ."beard, 3. 3. Mannlon, 'ill
Vaughn, 'judg: . D. Harold, 14T Roos.
: volt, clerk.
... Preolnot Nex I rim board, B. D.
'Daacomb, til North Eighteenth, Judge;
. H. X. CrandaU, lit Barter, clerk. Seo
. ond board, -F. H. . Deecomb.' I If North
Eighteenth, Judge; H. C. Haaaelbrock,
, atl Pttygrova, elerk, ;-
Preolnot No. 4 PI rat board, C M, Ol-
eon, judge;' , J. 3. Murphy, Itl North
.Ninth, Judg: Jama W. Thorn. Nw
. Orand Central, clerk;- P, Kin, clerk,
Second board. H. M. Hugh. 108 North
Eighth, Judge; J, 3. Murphy, 10 North
Sixth, clerk. -. . , - . ..
. . Precinct No. f first beard. Thomaa
-Whalea 151, Everett, Judge; -John B.
'Cronan, let North Sixteenth, clerk,
'Second board. , R. J. O'Neill, lit North
Fourteenth, Judg; John E. Cronan, 149
North Sixteenth, dork. - '
, Precinct No. Flrat board, J w.
MoOlnn, lit North FpUrUenth, Judg;
(Frank gohlegel, - IU - fcovJoy,-;vlrk.
Second - board, Charle Duggan. 111
North Eleventh,' 4udge; B. O. Meaning,
III Pottygrov. clerk. .
Precinct No. T Flrat board, 3. Berg7
'man, 4 HOyt, Judgo; Albert Aokennan,
' lit North Elahtaenttv clerk. Second
board, William Hendefhott,-J North
Seventeenth, Judfe; S. K. Bartman, 114
Hoyt, clerk, " " '
' : ' Precinct No.v Flrat board, F, J.
Barr, tit Marshall, Judfe; p. C. Camp
bell. Ill Kearney, clerk. Beoond, board.
P. H. Flynn, Judfe; B. F. Campbell,., til
Kearney, Judaa; )W. F. Edwardar .T4l
'...Pottygrove, Clerk. ' ;
, Precinct No. First board, W. P.
Kernan. Judge; F. O. Kf finger, II H
''North Third, Judge; T. C. Foley. IIIH
Burnilde,- olerk. Second board. 4U
i inon. lltt North Third. Judge; W1U
lUn j, Mcainn, 111 North Fourteenth
1 . Precinct, No. 19 Flrt hoard. . T-
i Bwry: Judga; As D. fadgwick i ona
'Fourth, clerk.' Beoond board, O. D. Dun,
nlng, Judfe; F. T. Berry, olerk; Henry
JA, Waner.. JH. P,B.' , Jud(
T)...i.. J1 V1r PtftahfM W AKdirt
t Foley, Chamber of Commerce, judge-;
- Ji. c. Bteeatoff,. TIT , VhamDar ox yora
''pierce, olerk. X
' Preolnot No. 11 Flrat boardDavld
wNelaon. Tenth and Washington. Judge;
W board, J. F. CahaMnv 411 Starkd
V1 judge; F, A. Frtachkorn, (i NortnYanrn,
Preolnct No. tl Ftrt borVB. J.
Jeffrey, 111 Washington. 'Judfo; F S.
' Carter, Barnea road, . clerk. Second
board, E. J.,. Jeffrey, 111 Washington,
' judge; U P. Bono, It North Twentieth,
Precinct No. 14 First board. R. W.
f '.Mat son Marquam building, Judgo; A.
; A. A, - Oregonlan building, clerk;
1 Oeorfce H. Prua, clerk. Second board,
TQ. Thornton. Second, and Morrison,
; r6dg; H. C. Barrlan, 101 -Oregonlan
-Duiiuing, oiera. ;
i , Preclnat No. It Flrat hoard, Jonn
Xamonx, Salllng-Hlrach building, Judge;
D. TZBruah. till Waahlngton. elerk;
Cart Anderson, olerk. Second board. F.
i Kt English, Selllng-Hlrach building.
' audge; C. W. Lewi. Weat "ara ana jaor-
rtson, clerk. - - r-'
' vi, Ma iairire)t board, fleer re
. Tlakar. Third end. Yamhill. Judaa: I.
, B. Flthlaji, dark. Beoond board. Ooorg
t --Baker, Third and TamhUl, Judge; U B.
. Hamilton, Third and Yamhill, clerk.
Preolnct No. IT Flrat board, H. W.
'- 'Stone, T. it. C A Judge: W. H. amea,
174 Yamhill, clerk, - Second board, B.
' . . w. . . . . TIT . Vb M A
fVotrown,' 40T Yamhill, olerk.
preolnct NO. la Firat ooaro, J.
'Westerrelt, 119 Salmon, Judge; W. I
Starr, 161 Taylor, olerk. Second board,
J. F. Shields, lit Sixth, Judge; D. M.
Aiken. Itl Sixth, olerk.
i Preolnct No. II Flrat board, Ludwlg
Nvilhelm, 119 Thirteenth, Judge; A. T.
V Anderson, 411 Main, clerk.- .Beoond
.oaroV Jamea Foley, 1(4 Taylor, Judge;
SV S- WUhelm, 119 Thirteenth, olerk.
,;- Preolnct No. 10 Flrat board, It. P.
x Trimble, 194 St. Clair, Judge; B. A. King,
1J. Twenty-first, clerk. Second board,
N. A. King, 171 Twenty-flrot, judge;
R P. Trimble, 104 St. Clair, clerk.
If". Preolnot No. II Flrat board, Ed. O.
1 'Sheldon, 101 Jefferson, Judge; J. B.
' Keith, 174 Fourth, olerk. Second board,
Phil Harris, 110 H Mill, Judge; Ouy 8.
'-Trombly, 101 Jefferson, clerk..
''i Preolnot Ntt. ' II Flrat board. W. B-
Floyd, 414 Main, judge; V.. a Howard,
III Seventh, clerk. Second board, B.
Quackenbuah, 141 Thirteenth, Judge; V,
S. Howard, Jl Seventh, olerk.
' Preolnct 'No. II Flrat board,. 3. H.
, Strnbla, til Third, Judge; O. M. Davis,
,114 Fourth, olerk; 8. O. Richardson.
'clerk. Second board, W. M. Farming,
ll Tlhlrd. Judge; H. A. Reynolds, III
Preolnct No." tt Flrat board, f. IS,
Berry. 14 Fifth, Judge: C J. Burkhart,
,119 Fourth, olerk. Becona ooara, . n.
; Doupe, lit Third, Judge; H. W. Cooke,
149 Front, clerk.
v.. Preclnot No. IS Flrat board, M. 3.
Oleaaon, III Seventh, judge; W. Blddell
, Welle, I4IH Tenth, clerk. Second
"board. Ed CaKalln, I0 West Park,
Judge; W. P. Adam, III Park, clerk.
, . Preolnct No, II Ftrt ; board, H.
Clauaaenlee, ill Thirteenth, Judge; H.
i F. Cover, 119 Fourteenth, clerk. Second
board, E. C.'Protaman, rt Thirteenth,
-Judge; L. U Hartley, 10 Twelfth,
f Precinct No. IT Flrat board. H. a
Colton, tIT Markot, Judge; Brownlow
', Chanoey, 101 H Columbia, clerk.: Second
. board, Joha CHara, III Sixteenth.
. Judae; , VT. .B. Ott . Ill Montgomery,
" elerk. ' . ' '. : . ' .
. Precinct No. It Flrat board. A.
' Baumgartnar, 441 Front, Judge; H.
rarowa, I4T IJnooln, clerk. Second board,
' .,. .. - '
O. M. fleorge. IBIH Third. Judgo; W. H.
Oraham, 401H Third, olerk. n
Precinct No. 19 Flrat board, J- H.
Bate. 414 Eleventh, judge; John Bar
rett, 141 Seventh, clerk. Beoond board,
B. D. Hamblet, 414 . Harrlaon,. judge)
H. I Stevenson, 40 Seventh, clerk.
Preolnot No. 10 First board, X. A.
Currey, 129 Spring,, judge; N. Monroe,
lit Davenport, elerk. Second board, M.
C Benfleld, Twenty-first- nd . Vista,
Judge; Frank MeMaaamy, 414 CarUr,
Olerk. . - ' ' ', ,
, Precinct No, llA. Nolfner, 194 Sher
man, Judge; Mark O'Neill, -00 Fourth,
olerk. Second board, B. I Kelly,, 189
Second, Judge; XX W. Taylor Jr., .404
FlraUolarla - . . ':' . ta '
Preolnct No. - It Flrat board, r H.
Kurth, m Water, judge; K. C Johnaon,
94T First, elerk. Beoond board. B. C
Falling,. Ill Beoond, Judgo; H. Kurth,
114 Water, olerk.
, Precinct No. It Flrat board, B. Ply
male, 710 Corbett, Judge; H. N. Spencer,
709 First, clerk. Second board. A. Ab
bott; 119 Hooker, Judge; 1. Bwett, 1l
Preolact N. 14 First board, H. 3.
Carlton, 199 Flrat, Judge: B. J. Wood.
114 Water, clerk. -, Second board, Joha
Burke. Judge r B. J. Wood, tit Water,
clerk, - ' . ' ' .
Preclnot - No. If Flrat board. C A.
Chamberlain. -911 Keller, Judge; KH.
Sprlngmeyer. 1911 Flrat, clerk. Second
board, W. J. KeUey, 1041 Corbett. Judge;
R. 8. Flack, 14 Hamilton, clork.
Precinct No. tt Flrat hoard, X 3.
Richardson' Judge; O. C. Lee, olerk,
mm hoard. W. K. Dotfalaa, ltlt Mao
aadanvludgo; p. JVCourtaey, ItfV
IDOallr ClVTat. f - r
Preolnot No. vfT Flrat board. 3. B.
Croeier. 141 Lran. Judg; H.' W. Lanr.
170T Eaat Seventh, clerk. r Second board,
D. M. Doneugh. 1 49 Teniho, Judge; O. Jr
WallbergC 114 Umatilla, clerk. -s
. Preotnc$ No. tt-Plrat board. S. Wi
Gregory. 1101 MUwaukle. Judge; W. A.
Bandera, .454 ) Harrold, clerk. Beoond
board, D. T, Sharrett. 1191 MUwaukla,
Judge; W. A. Bandera, ttt Harrold, olerk.
- Preolnot No. It Flrat board, 3. C
Johnaon. e9.4 Eaat ; Fortnth. Judge;
F. Q. Vrfer, III MUwaukla, clerk. Seo
ond board, Frank Lh, 974 Eaat Seventh,
Judg; 3, K. Havaley, III East Eleventh,
lark,,-. , ' - -
Preolnot No. 40 Flrat - board, Jamea
Snenoe. 119 Eaat Sixth. Judgo; M. D,
fWhlte,' 197 Eaat Sixth, olerk. . Second
board, N. Doering. Jcaat Bevenin,
Judged A. Xoonay, tit EaJat Sixth, clerk.
Preolact No, . 41 First board. Ooorg
Shearer. Ill Eaat Twentieth, Judge; B.
F Gray, 104 Eaat Caruthere, elerJC
Second board, Thomaa Duffey, 447 Bast
Twelfth Judge; Beth Roberta. 110 SUv
ena. clerk. -' ' Vy ' 1 ' !
Precinct No, 41 First board. A. . X
ht.W.. at A m . raa4 IVklaB4waaTuSSn4 4 11 SFaa
H.I8. Haroourt. t99 EaatT Thlrty-f lraefl
clerk. Second board, ionn a. jeirrey.
Judgei J. O. Meybruan, fit Ellaworth,
olrk , .'-"
Proolnot No. 4f First bOayd, H, 1L
Parker, . Catlln Avenue. Judife: Jamea
Kepeha, Flfpi-flret endytenta, eVarkv
Beoond board. H. H. Pafer, Catlln ave
nue. Judg; ' Jama Kapoha, ' Fifty-first
and Lenta, dark. '
""-Pramnet No, a-Flrat boaroV-Tbeo
doref Slebela, IT I Union avenue, Judge;
WaahlngVm, Judg; J. Murphy, 111 Eaat
Sixth, dork. .
Preolnct No. 4t Flrat board. O. J.
Allafi. Itl at Salmon. Judge; Ogleaby
Young, 111 Eaat usjmon, ciera. oocona
board. H. Hatfield, I0T Eaat Washing
ton, Judge; J. W. Bulrgy, 111 Eaat Thlr-
Preolnct No.' 44 First - beard;- W. P.
Snook. II 4, Eaat Thirty-second, judge;
F. J. McMolnea, lit Eaat Waahlngton,
clerk. - Second board. W. F. Legg, 7IT
Eaat Main, Judge: W. H. Sautell, 171
Eaat Thlrty-aeoond, clerk. .
Precinct No. 47 Flrat "board. N,. A.
Raymond, 1901 Eaat Waahlngton, Judge;
C. R. Aylaworth, lit Bast Thirty-ninth,
olerk. Beoond board, A. K. Watson, lit
Eaat Thlrty-alxth, Judg; J. B. Clark,
HIT Eaat Main, olerk.
Preolnot No. 41 Flrat board, B. JJJ.
Holeomb, Mount Tabor, judge; C Hall,
1161 Eaat Madison, clerks Beoond board,
A. R. Rumsey, Belmont and W. A.,
judge; H. V. Mill. 141 Spring, clerk.
Preolnct ' No. 4 FTt-st board. C. X.
Pennell, 411 Eaat Pin. Judge; Phil
Hera, 11 Eaat Beventn, ciera, Beoond
board, W. C. Manchester, 41 Eaat Oak,
judge; Q. 1 Matthews, T4 Bast Seventh,
' Preolnot Mo. k 9 First board." Ooorg
JJ, Thomaa, Judge; T, FarrdU Tt Eaat
Tenth, clerk, second boarg, a. p. Net
aon a Eaat Tenth. JudgaT William F.
Diffmn; dark; J. B. Mencheater, TT9 East
ramhlll. dork. '
. Preolnct No. II Flrat board, B. F.
Welch, 19 East Sixteenth North. Judge;
J. B. Beott, 114 Eaat Ankeny, clerk.
Beoond board, 8. P. Burr. 119 Eaat
Oak. Judge; - A. Q. Parrott, 104 Eaat
Couclv derk. -i ",
Preclnot No. It Flrat board, Ooorg
Harder, 119 Twenty-seventh ' North,
Judg; Phil Enamlnger, 14 Eaat Twenty
sixth, elerk. Second board, M. D.
George, lit East Stark, Judg; Frank
Motter, Judge; Walter Flory, 41 Eaat
Twenty-alxth, elerk. - t
Precinct No. II First board, W. H.
Calavan,- lit Grand, north, Judg; F. C
Pyle, 140 Eaat Sixth, clerk. Second
board, William Reldt. ltt Union,, judgo;
Ht- B. - Craw, 110 Eaat : Beoond, north,
Preolnct No. (4 Flrat board, A. U
Neville. 149 Rosa, judge: W. N. Neville,
t4l Roaa, clerk. Beoond board, Herman
Grimm, 111 Williams, Judge; , Frank
Robinson, 411 Broadway, clerk. .
Preolnct No? It Flrat board, Ooorg
8. Lewis, 114 Mississippi, Judge; A. 3.
Btoldt,. 451 -Qoldamlth,. clerk. . Second
board, I R. Houston, ttlH Delay,
Judge; A. . J. Btoldt, 411 Goldamlth,
Clerk. - ' ''. -. ". '.
Preolnot No, II Flrat board, J. J.
Ryan, III Alblna, Judge; A. LeRoy, tIT
Vancouvar, derk.. Second board, J. M.
Fanner, ttt Vancouver. : Judg;: 0, 3.
Allenhoff, 117 Vanoouver, clerk..
'Precinct No. 17 Flrat board, H. M.
Young. I49H Wllllama, Judge; J. P.
O'Neill, l9 Eugene, clerk. Second
board, tt. T. Peery, Judge; Henry Freed
lander. 111 Morris, elerk.
Preolnct No, It Flrat board, Loula
Van Vleet, 144 Sellwood, Judge; A. F.
Velguth. 419 Tillamook, clerk. Second
board, J. A. Eatea, 417 Union, Judge;
J. WT Ferguaonu, 111 Eaat Twelfth, N.,
clerk. ' '
Preclnot No. It Flrat board, E. Vr
ateeg. Ill Eaat Thirty-fourth, Judge; 3.
A. Dryden, Twenty-eighth and Eaat
Knott, olerk. Beoond board, Newton Mc
Coy, 414 Hancock, Judge; C V. Cooper,
711 Schuyler, elerk. i
Precinct No. to Flrat' board, F. M.
Ogdn,.QI Humboldt, Judge; R. V. Ruaa,
111 Michigan, clerk. Second board, J.
P. Burkhart, 41 Willamette, Judge; 3. W.
Montag, 119 Mlseourl, dark.
Precinct No. 91 Flrat board, C A,
Our, display of the above' furniture enjoys; the distinction of.
being the most exclusive and the best selected in the entire west
i good, dependable, stylish pieces-where the work of modern de
' signers and skilled workmen is combined with materials of the high
est quality. We are continually adding to our showing of .High- ,
Grade Upholstered Furniture, with the result that our ''stock ,
throughout embraces the most recent productions of the leading :
makers of furniture of this' character. We mention particularly
the heavy upholstCTedibraryand
massive Colonial and other deslens DavenDorts7"Arm Chairs ahdArnTRockers m the carved arid plainer f rames ; the luxuriously up
holstered English Fireside and Easy Arm Chairs, and the daintier Parlor Suites and various other odd pieces in the French and Eng- ,
Ksh period designs. In Furniture Coverings we show a line of silk, wool and mohair fabrics in designs and effects specially intended
for the-iipholsteringf of period furniture. , ';:.. , f V" . :':; ;'-.-':v;.' :.):..
For tomorrow only, the following
pieces in best quality glass; instancy
and cut-glass designs:
fWard Dishes aoeci!. caciV. ....... ,5d ' .
Olive Dishes--8pecial, etcjx. ..... 5t ;
Yinett Bowls special, scn i"f
eiiy uisnes cpcuayvaui . ...r-. ......v
-in - VstftA Tiillv Dishes aneeial. ea. .lOlfr
- 6-in. Footed jeljruh4sTecial, et. ,15
LTJ-in.Pootedelly Dishesspecial,, ea. 20
' 8-in. BerryBowls soetial, each. , . , ...'.157
8-in. Berry Bowls-pscial, each. .... . .20?
FootedXake Stanas special, each ..... S5f
Wafer Bottles-Especial, each. .......i.50 ;
Art Designs in
"7 Foreign Wallpapers In novel designs and
colorings that suggest harmonious effects'
entirely different from the severe designs so
common in ordinary wallpapers. Our stock
includes papers for all rooms -heavy' em
bossed leather, and hand-beaten metal ef
fects .for dining-rooms, libraries and halls;
dainty floral and stripe designs for parlors
and sleeping-rooms ; plain effects for all
rooms; pleasing designs for nurseries.
Through our up-to-date facilities we are en-.
abled to suggest and execute correct treat
ments in Interior decoration,' 7 1
1. - 3
Fifty of these'
Rockers, " in the
sion design, frame
of solid oak. in the
weathered finish, seat covered in genuine leather.
. Special, commencing tomorrow, at the above ex
ceptional price. Your credit is good. " ; -
K STRF.TCHFJIS ;
Cyco Bearing- Carpet
Sweepen ; v'.'."
I 1MOCS J
MAKC YOUR I
The Ideal Summer "
Mathena,' 101T TTatoa, udr; 3. H. Mar-
oert. Ill Cleveland, olerk, Beooaa Boaro,
C. A. Matheaa, 141T Union, iagf 3. H.
Marsort. lit Clevelana. lonc
Preclnot No. tt Flrat board, Timothy
Wood, 411 Presoot, Judg; Peter F. Sle
rera, lit Eaat Ninth, clerk. Beoond
board, 3. W. Simmon a, Itl, Bast
Klerenth, faCf, W. F. Coffey, 1911 Eaat
Fifteenth, elerk, -'
Precinct No. tt First board, Joha
Gatehot. lit Eaat Ninth, ludea; L.
N. Ambrose, 1414 Oneonta, elerk. Beo
ond board, W. T. Vauahn, 1ST Dekum,
Judge;- C A. .Ambrose, 1414 Oneoata,
clerk, ' ' ;
Precise N. 14 First board. A. B.
Beers, lilt Atlantic, judge; C h. Dag
gett.' HIT Borthwlok, olerk. Second
board, 3. F. Pmper, 'IT! MoPhereon,
Judge; W. 3. Cook, 111 KlUlagaworth,
Preclnot No. tt First board, Johnson
White, 1174 Hodge, judg! O. A. Apple,
07 Tale, elerk, Seoond board, C I
McKanna, 1111 Woolaer. Judg; R. V.
Band. , lilt Jordan, clerk.
Preolnot No. 99 First board, A. R.
Myers, Northern Hill, Judgt Walter
Butler, Northern - Hill, elerk, - Second
board, John Mardort, Smith Crossing,
judge; O. H. Epperson, Newell, elerk.
Preolnot No. 99 lrst board. I. 3.
Donnla, 14 Eaat FLUy-fourth, Judger
H. R. Koehn, Mount Tabor elerk. Beo
ond board, Robert Olenn, Mount Tabor,
Judge; I. J. Dennis, 14 East Fifty-fourth,
Preolnct N. 74 First beard, H. J.
Darling. Montavllla, Judg; W. C Alta
worth. 114 Hlbbard. clerk. Second board.
Charlea Hyle, MonUvllla, judg; Otto
O. Kiel. Montavllla, clerk,
, Lighting Fixtures.
- For all klnda of electric and gaa fix
turea following .aa different periods
from tha classic to the most modern
can be aeoured from tha M. 3. Walsh
oompany, 111 Stark atreet
They alao carry a beautiful aelentloa
of art glaae dining room dome with
aid bracketa to match. Builder will
do-well before purchasing ta call upon
them.' . . ".. ... ....
. The atock la the Jargest and aaost
complete, and anything that la wanted
In the fixture line to make the horn.
building or office more comfortable or
complete will be found at the ator of
M. J. Walla oompany, 111 Stark atreet
v Street Soaset.
Olva m bright aye at sunset..
And allenc o'er the scene.
With deeper ahade and softer hue
' Than through tha day hav been.
Oiv ra bright Ta at soaaet,
And muaie on tho aea,
Give ma thoa faery alren ktratns,
. Of naturs'a melody.
Nrjiv mV brlglt"ys' at sunset, .
That in the waning light
Theyu glow In dreama of beauty,.
And apeak a sweet "good night."
Seaside Property for Sale.
Will offer for aal my handsome alx
room, modern, well-built eotuge at Sea
side, having eleotrio light, city water,
patent toilet, with ground. 111 feet
fronting en the river and III feet back
to tho atreet, comprising one full aore,
with beautiful trees and lawn.
Also have three other traote facing on
In rtvr and running to county road.
For prleee and term, call apon Cbarla
K. Henry A Bon, lit Third atreet, Port
land, Oregon. .
... "j - "
Isaac Stephenaon, tha millionaire Wis
eonal lumberman, who I to occupy
tha eaat in th United Bute senate
vacated by John a Spooner, will be 7
AU Points Last
: Ar yon goinf etitf Do not for-
" ffct our excellent lenric and that r"7
1 jroit can maka tha renowned Yel- .. 7 T"'"i" ''
- . lowitone Park trfp when ming our ' ;7 '...'
7. ' , -, lint at very littla additional cotL .
; ; "EVERY LUXURY. OF TRAVEL"
-wr7 .r" ..' ; .. via . " ' , x-; . "::r,
Sl For rate and information call on or addreat
A. D. CHARLTON, A. O. P. A.
1 Portland, Oregon.
Ticket Offlc , Third and Morrison Streets.
I 4 II
, r Tea aa noar mak yona arraBgement to vtsti' th
Or any other point in the eatt, this iummer,'and take advantage Of
the very low ROUND TRIP ratea that have jut been fixed upon by
THE OREGON RAILROAD ft NAVIGATION COMPANY.
From PORTLAND to
. - A : B
. Chicago ..f71 JO - $850
8t Louis,.... 7.50 $81.00
St PsU $63.15 $81.40
Omaha .-rm'-. . i . . r. $60.00
Sioux City ..$60.00
Kantaa City. . . . . .$60.00
A Creot route both way. B One-way through California. -Tea
(aye allowed for going trip, go days fear rerora. 1 Stopovers at
pleasaa within Uaalta.
Ttckts will b on tale Jun 6. 7, 8; Jnlv 3, 4, 3; ,.
August 8, 9, 10; September 1 1, 13, 13
Corroapoadlar tadaotloa to rate rrem the el tie aamed to faaMatowm
aad return, rea fall yartualara totair of
VfVL McMURRAY. C W. STINGER,
Oemersi Paaaeiigs Ageat. Cty Ticket Agent .
Third and Washington Street.
years old In June. In spit of hi years,
h I reported ta be alert and agile.' He
I of the earn a a aa Senator Allison
of Iowa and Senator Cullom of Illinois.
Senator Morgan of Alabama and Sen
ator Whyte of Maryland each la five
year th ntor f Stepheason, while
Senator Pettu of Alabama, th oldest
member In th upper branch of' con
gress, will round out II years in July.
Metsger flta your aye for It " 141
Waahlngton street, corner Seventh,
formerly at 111 Slath atreet. -
ON 30 DAYS TRIAL
eve Too KeaJtk
Bar Tour Weasy
avs Tour Money
gars Tom Clothe "
Bar Tear Temp
, Say Ton ComolMOoa
rill ill coupon arid mail ; to us
The iron Will be delivered, with
all necessary equipment, abso
lutely free of charge-No delay
CUTOUT COUPON AND MAIL TO US TODAY
PORTLAND RAILWAY. LIGHT ft POWER CO.
First and Alder Streatav Portland, Oregoa. ,
Gentlemen Vou inay deliver to m on Electric Flat
iron, which I agre to try, and if unsatisfactory to me, to -return
to yoo within 30 daya from date of delivery. If I '
do not return it at that time yon may charg aam to my
account at $4.00. It ii underttood that no charge will be
made for the iron if I return it within 30 day. . . . :
- Name . .
dept. j. , .. -
THE 30 DAYS T1UAL OFrLf
PLILS ONLY TO COITSUirV