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.t::z; onrcc:i eunday . journal, Portland, Sunday morning, june . itc7.
I : Term 7cl .
T Lot Bayers. Lots ta the beeuU-
rui new addition to Irvlngton. lying be-
Mat imnti) ii4 im Thirteenth
streets, ere now on eale. This property
. U, -without doubt, tba Snoot residence
property for tna prloo on tba east side.
All lota are to by 104 feet la else, ee
. ment sidewalks, ourbloff ami parking la
- rront of every lot throughout tba tract.
- ahade trees all ta and growing, atraata
- are being nawly macadam lsod and
Thompson atraat la bains laid wttk bit
- ulltblo. pavement; eewer, gas and watar
pipaa laid throughout- tba tract: and
. aay. oaa baying ooa or mora- of - tbaaa
lota will have nothing to do but start
to build, aa all tmorovementa ara tn and
included la. tba pure baa price. Thara
ara building and otbar raatrtotlona la
Irvlngton. whlob tand to maka It tha
moat daalrahla location am ab th ma.
' ket. Why buy la tba addition a wbaro
. thara ara no tmprovementa, and tha only
., surety you nave or tna eame is a prom
Eugene- atraat and. walk ona block east.
mmm uv ITiuwa if uu HUt to
fifteenth and Tillamook atraata, and
than walk ona block north and oaa block
weat. Remember, It coata you Just tha
7 aama to build your homo on a ehaap lot
aa oa on of tbaaa good lota, whara all
improromanta ara in and whara tba ra
atrtotlona are such that your property
will ba benefited. For prioee, Urml and
quire of Charlaa K. Hanry a on. It
Third atraat, Portland, Oregon. , ,
L Tha Hay number of tha Board ' of
Trad a Journal laauad yaatarday " poo
sasee aa artlatio roaa eover In honor
of and. ta advertise tba oomlng roaa
bow and fiesta. Thla month la to ba
-not only ona of tha roaa show, but e;
roaa month gaaarally speaking. Otbar
-'features of tba magaslne for June ara
two artlolae devoted to tha raaourcaa
and advantages of Ilarnay and Cooa
ooantleev Thara la alao an article on
rruiia ay w. au ineweu or iroreei orove,
president of tba atata board of health. .
' Am out-of-door opera by tha Institute
eluo af tha People's Inatltuta, "Tba
House That Jack Built,' will ba given
thla month oa to f laid of tha Mult
nomab olub. It will bo a ebildran'a fata.
' and tha receipts will, go to charity for
ehlldraav - Tha story, . which Is found
ran ta tha plotura writings . of f or-
gottan Egypt, has baaa bat to mualo by
. jaaata I Qaynor and baa proven a buga
, suooaaa la maax countries,
. tha Emerson School of Oratory, Boston,
will give a raoltal for tha Woman's club
tha craning of. June I. "Tha Rivals" ta
to be given by' special request, Mr.
ouwwica ia on bi u 4WMit
tor ana interpreters oerore tna puDUo,
- and this opportunity to hear htm prom
lass to attract a large audienee. . ... .
.I.' - - -V.--W
' ;- It Is a fact that tha Unique Tailoring
ompany giraa tba beat value tn tha city
for tha money. Wa carry ona of tba
, largaat stocks In tha city and glva you
oraar xor ib. no mora, no leaa. isdi
In and glra us a trial and ba convinced
that oar statement Is oorreeC Unique
Tailoring Co., t0 Stark street. .' --
Tt V'...- .-" f- raaa
Keep up a good appearance. It will
" help yow la your buainaaa, and tha beat
ana ebeaDoat war la to lota tna umaue
": presalng club. Wo ceil ' for, aponga.
-praas and deliver back to you ona suit
of your clothing each week, and give
' jtm eight (hoe ahtnaa a month for II a
montn. uua ih or A4ii. unique
Tailoring cv 0i Stark street. .-
have a suit made that will mora than
; satlafy you tn every detail one you will
enjoy wearing from tha moment you
. put It 'on and. one that ' will keep Its
wujl Im. .hJ miwI ahavtA mm Inn m mm
Qiwia u n - K ---
' you wear It? . Tha anawor la, J. C
. Schaefer at Co., Merchant Tailors.. 1X1
' Washington street. . ; r -'
.Water through hoae "for sprinkling
yards or sidewalks or washing porchea
or windows must ba paid for In advance
and used only between tha hours of
and t a. -'in. and I and p. tn..' It
, must not ba used for sprinkling streets.
. If used contrary to tbaaa rules, , or
M........T1 t win k, ahuft Aff.
' Tho ragulnr meeting of tha board
. of trade will Uka place Tuaaday even,
Ing at the chamber of commerce, gov-
-been received and will coma op for
consideration, among which la a propoaal
to eetabliab la Portland a watcn case
factory. v i '. .- y: ' ' 1
'. 4 aMaaaraawawas L " T
Wabfoot camp Ko. , W. O. W., re
elected tha following officers for -the
ensuing year; Frank Motter, eonaul
commander; Dr. barman J. Harris, ad
visor lieutenant: o.-Keynoiaa, oeoon;
R. O. Morrow, post consul; J. Mclntyra,
lnsldo guardian; Peter Brown, sentry.
Treat for literary folk "The Rivals"
Thursday. evening, Juno I. W. O. W.
hall. Tenth and Taylor, by Henry Law
rence Bonthwlck. dean of Emerson
aafxhool of Oratory. Boaton, tinder aoo
tToea of Woman's club. Tickets IBe,
on saio at wooaara ciarae ana vo.s.
Kugeao Bartstlen of Mirwaukal
thought so wall or Portland rrpm
printed matter aent him by his brother,
Leo Hartstlan of tha Jones Cash tore
Wl HAVB TRJfi MOST KXCLU8
TVB ASSORTMENT OF BEAU
TIFTO. JBWBLRT. Rich in
qaallty . andr exquisite In -design,
and mad by tba very, highest
claaa of expert Our etoch is
seleoted from the choicest atocka
of tba world's beat manufacturers
and ayery article carried by us
can b depended upon to bo of the
hast grade, uur many years
established business affords
yon aa opportunity to buy light
and protect yourself against
oheap imitations. We bars none
of that kind in our. stock. ,
Is well equipped for testing ayes
thoroughly. ' We employ only old
experienced hands to do thla
work, and you should not permit
your eyes to be. neglected further.
Coma In and have them altandefl
to at onoa.
. sM KOmrnxgOaT ITMIT.
lwaat priced jewelry house fo
, , . fins gooda.
' THSOEire . THOUSAND
'r why you should save your money ' '
2, j . Do you know of ONE why you shouldn't?
S AVE NO
'w E ; PAY flfljo INTEREST :
0?edoh Trust & Savings Bank
Eizta ana wwauagton Bta. "
PORTLAND, ORSOON. .
W. H. MOORE,
K. E. LYTLE, . a.
W, . COOPER MORRI&V
SAPE DEPOSIT BOXES
PORTLAND'S BEAUTIFUL ROSES
FORM ' DISPLAY FOR TRAVELERS
Tho window display of rosss mads
yaatarday by W. -A. Storey at, Woodard.
Clarke Co.'a attracted many plaaeed
spectatorsE Mr. toreys rosea ara of tha
flnaat and are gathered ta great srmfule
with long sterna and abundant foliage
so-that they snow Portlapd'o rosea at
their beat f vv
Tba eentra feature of the display Is
the great bowlful of Fran Karl Pruaoh
kl, glorious creamy white and perfect In
shape; rivaling this la tha ahowlng of
Caroline Toataut, tho largo clear roaa
tinted flowers which attain such per
faction In our city. Soma of tha others
are leas . familiar,' and many .persons
that ha decided to make this bis future
home, aad ba Is already here with his
family and. noad of nouaenoia 00
longlnga, ' ,- -' '
"Socialism and the Necessity of Po
lltical AeUon" will bo tho subject of a
speech by J. D. Stevens at I o'clock
la tha Ailaky hall, corner of Third and
Morrison, under the ausploag of Branch
No. I of the Soolallat party. - There will
be other speakers and good mualo. .
Tha Rock Island and Frisco system
Is advertising tho rose show extensively
through tha middle western atates. a
acacia! circular Is being prepared and
easterners will ba orged to vialt Port
land to attend the fiesta, - - .;
A men's mooting win be bold today at
the T. M. O. A, Fourth and TamhlU, at
1:10 p. m. Tho speaker will be Rev. J.
B. Snyder -of Vanoouver, Washington.
Mr. Snyder's theme will be, "A Splendid
Isolation." Thara wtU bo special music
All men are Invited. - ';
When loe Is wanted from the Crystal
Ice at Storage Co., Independent Coal Co.,
City Retail Ice Co., Portland Artificial
Ice Co., Holmes Coal a Ico Co., alao
Columbia lee Co., be Sure and can loe
Delivery, Mala 114, or All I on Home.
When loo Is wanted oaJl the Crystal
Ice aV Storage Co., Independent Coal Co..
City Retail lea Co., Portland Artificial
Ice Co., Holmes CoaJ V loo Co, alao
Columbia Ice Co. B ours and eaQ Ice
PoUvory. Main Iti. or All 41 on Home.
Tho olty is protected by tha articles
of franchise of tho Economy Oaa oorn
pan 7, It given a bond, paya 1 per cant
on gross earnings, and la forfeitable to
the city If It does aot fulfill Its con
tracts. Vote Tos. . . y .
Articles of f tnoorporatlosf of tha
Economy Gas oompany were filed in tha
office of tho county elark yesterday
afternoon by KL K. Lytle, D. Q. Tomaslnl
and R. W. Coleony Capital . stcck,
1 1,000,000. :
Articles Of Incorporation of tho Con
sumers' Coal company wore filed In the
of floe of the eounty - clerk yesterday
afternoon b J. H. Johnson, pw I
Keyt and Jj. Calbraafa. Capital stock,
The ybomocratlo campaign . eomnrlt
teo doairea the atatement made that
A. H. Vaughn was not a member of
the old detective staff to which refer-
extern haa been made -by. them during
New swimming plunge ready' at East
Side Athletic club. Open daily to pub
lic. Expert Instructors. Baths IB cents,
Private lessons 80 cents. Ladles' days.
Mondays and Fridays, Phone Eaat 170.
White Flyer line of - launchee will
maka dally tripa to tha Oaks and re
turn. Boat leave foot of Yamhill
street daily at 1:10 m.l Sunday 10
a, ra. Tickets at dock offlee,-10 eenta
This wttl remind yea that now is the
time to have your hair mattreeaeo reno
vated and returned the aarue day. Phone
Mala T. Tho Portland Curled Hair
Factory, H. Metsgar, proprietor. .
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' Rev. H. 8. O. Lake, formerly of Bos
ton, will lecture today, tomorrow and
Tueaday at Socialist ball, 101 Da via
street, on .The Existing Problems and
Tbalr Poaalble Solution,"
Tha Opposition la trying to beat the
Economy Oas company by misstating
tha artlolaa of Ita franchise. Don't ba
deceived; do Justice to yourself. Vote
Tes. --Tiv:. - ;"V-;--- - " "
V , .
Wo have tha fashionable house paint
ing colore for ltOT-s, Copper Brown and
Copper Verde. New Era Paint Var
nish ColTI Flrat street
1 Economy Oaa oompany filed a legally
signed petition with 1,000 names of le
gal voters, therefore' vote Tes, and sup
port the people's wish. ,
Warehouse apaoe for rent Or goods
taken on storage. On track. Western
Storage at Transfer company, ttl Haw
thorns avenue, ' '
Steamer jesso Harklna. for Camas,
Waahougal and way landings, dally ox
eept Sunday. Leaves Washington street
dock' I P m, .. , . t
Pr.' William Cavanaugti.' dentist, has
moved his offloe tu 101-4 Buchanan bldg.
Twentv-flftb . anniversary. Juno 1
rorttand Caledonian elub Sooteh ooaaart 1
VV - Wc win 'help ' ;
ACCOUNTS s '
- -j '
' . PfogUcnl '
- - , Vics-Prsaldsnt
. . , 1 v .' 1 ... ,
have taken' aote from Mr, Storey's
choice and resolved to plant tho name
Tha beautiful share of tha Liberty
buds makes It a desirable variety, and
tho fine coloring of the Frans Peogen
and tho Souvenir do Pierre Notung at
tract notloe, because such yellows are
leas common and are always muoh ad
; For those In tha whlta-to-plnk shades,
nothing could be finer than tha Mildred
Qrant aad tha Florenoo Pemberton, the
first named of whloh, although etlll a
bud, obews a spread .of at least six
inches. : . r'
and daaee, Saturday oronlag. S o'clock.
Drew haU, Second and Morrison. Fine
program. To auld Scotch songs,' high
land .daneea and humorous recitation.
Admlaslos li eenta. - ,,'
Wire aad lroa work. Are asoapea. ele
vator . onolosureo, . fenoing. Columbia
Wire it Iron works, Kt-170 Washington.
' W. A, Wise, T. P. Wloo, H. A. Stairdo
vent, dentists. Third and Washington.
Mala SOI. Falnlass method, used.
Why par morel Metagep Ots
eyes for 11. Ut Waah. St, eor.
form any at ill satb street.
Road the advertisement of the. Com
mercial Investment Cow under BualaeoO,
Chanoesf la today paper,
Economy Oas oompany
pendent concern, so oompatitloa, snooper .
aaa and better aarvica. j ,
, Read tho advertisement Of the Com
mereial Investment Co under Business
Caanoes, la todays paper.
sals aa a whole. 'Western Oregon Turot
Co. Ill Stark otroet.v -v
- Readtbe edvertlsetnent of tho Com
mercial layostmeat Co onder Busineos
Cbaaoesin todays paper. -
' Dusdeos StreeU Portland Road Oil
ing Co., 44 ( Sherlook boildlng. Tele
phone Paelflo lllT.
' Strawberries aad aream free for all
visitors at Terraoo park today Take
tho."M..V., oar. . :
.-.Allen's Knshloa Kumfovt Shoes "are
perfectly comfortable ba warm weather.
401 MorriaoB. .
' Vote ' Tea. Boonomy Oaa oompany
pays 1 per cent oa tho gross earnings
to tho olty. .-
1 Davis stands for religion aad con
tributes to its support. No, II oa bal
lot . . ',. .-.-.'; '
B. , W. Mooro, Sarpert pbotographor,
Elks building. Seventh and Stark Sta.
Acme OQ Co. sells tho boot oaf ety eoal
oQ aad fine gasoline. Phono East III.
I oppooo saloons in reetdenoe districts.
Ik M. Davis, II oa ballot. -
NsrsorymajPUltlBgtoa ft TaaaUl
, Summer drosses. Madams MoOure Oa
' Beautifying sreetms. See Haw, Hudsoav
; Klser soenie photos. Imperial hotei,
: Levs Maate Bouae, Ul Fifth street
: Photo mounts.. Wood worth. 14M 1st
Oragonlaa ConfecUooery, lit
D. Chanharo, optician, ltl oreath
'Berger-' slgwawlK .TamhlU phooa.
Good lt.ll shoos. Marks Shoo Oa.
Park Tonle for rheamatisra. .
8oek-iawolor--:t Alder. v ...
- TISIT0ES ;'V
Terraoo Park Invitee Tom to Stake tho
Tos Today Take tho -M. 1 Oas,
There will be heaps ef Innocent fun
today at Terrace park. Tho Spantoa
oompany has not allowed any strawber
ries to bo picked in Terraoo park for e
whole 'Week, so that ovary body may
have a chance today to gather with his
own bands all ha wants to eat
It will bo lots of fua to gather your
owa dessert from tho flelda. It's get
ting close to nature. The Terraca-park
management guarantee plenty of sugar
and cream, and for tho ladles carriages
are ta waiting to take you about the
tract Take the "M. V." ear at Second
Fourth .Ward Voters.
All good ettlaens that want a man
who will bo faithful and conscientious
In discharging the duties of councilman
la the lot create of tho whole people,
and who haa been a property owner and
taxpayer for 14 Veers will vote, for
Fred C Kla independent candidate for
Serrices to 'Be Held at the
Estacada Methodist Epis
copal Church. '
The Eetaoada Methodist ' Episcopal
Church will bo dedicated with elaborate
servleea today. Rev. Clarence True Wil
son will preach tho eoneedratlon ser
mon at iO:IO a. m. ' At o'clock thla
afternoon, a platform aervloo will be
held presided over" by T. S. McDanlel,
B. Leo Paget, W. L Clemens, John F.
Carroll, F. S. Akin and others will make
three minute addressee.
T, S. McDanlel will address the young
Rot. a T. McPhofson.
people at 1 p. ra. and XX. B. F. Bowl and
wtu deliver tho. oloslnc sermon at I
p. m. . ;
Rev. John Fllna and other prominent L
oiuiiiwi wim ku vur,
daea f. . . .. ... s
Tba pastor. Rev. Charles T. McPhsr-
son. wUl bars chrgo-Oftho onMro vA
erqlsas of tho day. S
The church that Is to br dadlcaf ed
was buUt at a eost of about M.ooor The
also, built r ll,00
parsonage. Tha , entire value '-of the
church property Is eetlmaMd at f 10.000,
all of which has been raised by. private
subscription slpoe tho pastor Rev. C
T. McPhereon. toox op bi residence
there laatptenbor. y '. -. .
T(HIR0S8 BATS TODAY
On aooount of a ' misunder
standing tho third game of tho
4 "Pencil Pushers' " league be
e tween The Journal and Telegram
e will not occur at league grounds.'
oy Instead the game will ba played
e ' at Twentieth and Raleigh atreeta
e at ltl a. m. today. This will
e bo tho most Interesting game of
e the series, and as many almol-
tana have been staked en the
outoome, possibly that - Is the
4 . reason that there Is no- more
e electloa money In sight :
AT UNITARIAN CHURCH
- At tho vesper sorrloos at tho Unitar
ian church this evening at 1:11 o'clock
tho following - musts will be offered:
Voluntary, At Evening" (Buck): an
them. -Softly Now tho Light of Day"
(SohlUing): anthem, "Savior, Wbaa
Night Involves tho Skies- (Shelley);
Berceuse, "Joeelya' ' (Oodard); duet
"Pease to tho Sacred Dwelling" (Smith);
anthem, "Out of the Peep" (Lansing);
"Nuns PlmltthCi "Receeelonai." Ham
mers!. Whore to Din.'
Watson's Restaurant will -doe
chicken dinner . today, f 0
Death Duo to Malady.
After a three weeks' Illness with ooro-
bro spinal menlngltla Oecar Larson, IT
years of age, died at St Vincent s sani
tarium yaatarday morning. - Larson la
tho thlrty-seoond person to suocump to
tho malady sineo it began early la May.
L, M. Davis, II on ballot, stands for
pure homo Influence.
FRED C. KING
s FOX COUNCILMAN
Was bora t Portland., Michigan, la
1171. HIS parents moved to Kansas
la 1171, where Mr. Kin woo raised oa
a farm, oomlng to Portland in llll.
Where ho has since resided. ' He has
boon a property owner and taxpayer for
14 years, and he will have tho sup
port of all good oltlsons who want s,
greater and better Portland, ,',..
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WILL GO EAST
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Louise Kent of Baker Stock
Company to Play Leads
In Minneapolis. , ' ;
. Miss Loolso Kent, who haa won great
popularity during her brief engagement
with the Baker stock company, haa ac
cepted a flattering offer from Denlel
Frawley to play leads at the Metropoli
tan opera houae la Minneapolis during
Miss Kent win leave for that city at
tha oonolualoa of the Baker season,
which terminates next- Saturday night.
"Never Again," tha bill this week at tha
Third-street house, will be the last pro
duction of tha Baker stock oompany thla
Miss Kenfav return to Portland next
fall In the capacity of leading woman Is
departure of Mtaa Lillian Lawrence
Miss Kent has been taking tho leading
. feminine roles and haa aroused unltm
, Ited enthusiasm. Previous to that time
j aha came 00 closely ' upon the heels of
tha leading woman la point of popular
ity that no little managerial diplomacy
' waa neoeeeary. at times to prevent fric
tion. ,. ,
Miss Kent came to this city from At
llanta, Oeorgla, where she waa leading
woman wlta the moat prominent stock
company of that -city. She has alao
been leading woman with stock com
panies In Hartford, Connecticut, at the
Empire theatre In Boaton and at Rob
inson's In Cincinnati. . s
Her popularity has Increased wonder
fully until all Baker patrons are her ad
mirers. They have begun an Insistent
and clamorous appeal to Manager. Baker
for tha assurance of her return to thlsj
liiir u,.t m'j li, Mr. iKK. 1 ill yng
ably announce this week .those of the
present Baker company who will return
next fall. ;
Miss Kent, by the way, Is from Loule
vlUe, Kentucky, where shs began her
stage rarest. And it Is from that olty
and slater' thaobe took her stage name.
LoulseKenf Is merely aa abbreviated
rortjr' of Louisville, Kentucky. In prl
vats nrajier name la him Whipple.
-SylM XLLdJ XV AllLiViL)
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With Historical Featnree
WUl Bo Held at Tt. W. O. A.
. Booms Today. .' ' f.
Ths Toung Women's Christian
elation this afternoon from 4:10 to I
will give a free muelcale of unusual In
terest, to - which all women are cor
dially Invited. The following program
will be rendered: -w
Violin aolo, Qeorgo Wuest; contralto
solo, "Rock of Ages," Miss Eleanor
Kurth; soprano solo, selected, Miss
Grace Campbell; Male quartet Misses
Wilder, Richard, Hockenberry, Struett;
"Sweet Hour of Prayer." Miss Madga
Hill; violin solo, Ooorgo Wueet; bari
tone aolo, George Street; "Just as I
Am,? Miss Klumpp; messo-soprano solo.
Miss Metta Brown: "Jesus, Lover of
My Soul, Miss Ooldappj baritone eolo,
Laoey Wisdom; "Lead, Kindly Light"
Miss Ledyard; "Abide With Me." Miss
Harding; jlano solo, Mrs.' Laeey Wis
dom! ' "My Faith Looks up to Thee,"
Miss Sarah Case. '
A unique feature Win be the tolling
of tho history of each of the well-known
hymns before It Is sung. .
Friday svenlng the various commit
tees of the eduoatlonal department and
the teachers ef tho T. W. C A. were
entertained at tha homo of Mrs. Helen
Ladd Corbett when reports were given
of tho paat year's work. Ia all classes
the total enrollment for tha vear waa
1(1, which Is considered very good, in--1
deed, in view of the limitations of the
present T. W. C. A. quarters and of tho
means at the disposal of tho association.
Following . are the eduoatlonal
branches taught and tho nameo of those
la charge! . ,
Millinery. Miss Mabelle Eggerman;
Shirt waists. Miss Anna Somervllle;
dressmaking, Miss Evangeline Sprague;
plain eewtng, Mlaa Margeret Catlin;
drawing and designing, Mlaa Roma Ma
Knight; English for foreign gtrla, Mrs.
M. B. Hogue; elementary English.' Miss
Mary Day; literature, Mlaa Gertrude
Metcalf; expression, Mrs. EmmaOilles
ple; mandolin -and guitar. Professor
Rebagllatli German, Fraa Margaret
Mlsa Roma MeXntght Is to go oast
soon for three months' study of arts and
crafts, - aad oa bar return expeeto to
take charge of a course of Instruction
In thla lino. Including classes la making
belt a card eaaes. 1ook covers and other
things from tho students' owa designs
and with their owa hands. A slaas la
clay modeling will also probably bo un
Miss Msrv Pay, tho aasoelate-goneral
secretary or the association. Is bow In
the east looking . Into tho eduoatlonal
work of tho largo associations, such as
In Detroit, where over 1,000 pupils ara
enrolled. It la expected that the work
of tho educational department for the
oomlng year wHl.be muoh la advance of
anything so far undertaken by tha Port
land branch of tho association. .
F. W. Thompson, general western
agent of tho Rook Island and Frtooe
systems. Is expected to arrive la Port
land tomorrow . from Baa Francisoo. .
Dr. F. Cauthorn, who moved to Pn
obla. Mozloo, last year to become sur
geon for tho Mexloaa Central railroad,
has resigned his position with that oom
pany and has been appointed ohlef our
gooa of tho VUardena Mining Smelt
ing oompany, one of the Guggenheim
proportleo at VUardena, Puraago., Mas
loo, . .. r. .
Fraternal Orders, Secret So
cleties and Lodges .
Are hereby Informed that wo have, for
sale a very desirable quarter block oa
TamhUl etreet, suitable for lodge or so
. Also have a corner lot oa Sixth street
sloes la and very dcolrable. For sale at
Any Institutions wanting . slooe-la
property should .oell on us before baying
Charles X. Henry Son, lit Third
street Portland, Oregon,
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The commencement address at Pa
Pauw university next month - will be
delivered by Congreeemaa James ' E.
Watson, Republican whip Of the houae
of representative and prominently
mentioned as successor to Speaker Can
V It Is expected that Governor Olena Of
North Carolina Will be a candidate for
the senate. In ' opposition to Senator
Overman, whoa tho letter's term ex
pires. - ,
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The Keystone to Satisfactory Piano Purchasing
.Tho inducements offered to tho piano-eeeker bv the Hon of Eilera,
art indisputably greatest First, choice of ths best makes in ths
world more than thirty, every ono worthy of critical inspection;
second, better pianos for lets money: because -of our commanding
position in the trade resulting from control of the largest business h
,this line enjoyed, by any one firm1 in'America, which gives ut to ad
vantage in buying over all other houtei; alto, because of our superior
hipping, handling and distributing facilities, combining the coopera
tion of our twenty-iix stores, which completely reach all the territory
.from California to Alaska and tho Rockies to the coast; third, tho
satisfaction of knowing that there it but on price, the umt to all
alike (and - that always th lowest); . fourth, the most attractive:
exchange feature, which enables one to purchase an in it rumen t of
moderate cost with the privilege of later buying a better one and
securing the most liberal allowance for th used one; fifth, th
easiest terms, arranged upon the most convenient plan, to that anyone
. may enjoy the luxury of a piano,
guarantee tnat aaturet permanent
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Visit our warerooms . prov to your own conrfctlon tho guporiority
of th pianos w display th larger and more complete variety in'
styles; bav ua demonstrate th msrits of different matrumen ta
li ear th wonderful Wcho-Mignon imported piano reproduce th
playing of th world's greatest artist enjoy th artistic rendition of
your favorit selection on th Pianola visit our Talking Machino
parlors. Compar value and price her with those elsewhere. Ths
reasons for Eilcr leadership will b readily apparent, .
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