Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1910)
Tin: c;:i:cori daily joukual, Portland, monday evening, February 7, ioio.
Hinralow Louis Jn mrs
HsUtr "The Hi!it or Way'
I-i.rtlHnd., ".Dead wood Dick Ut Wii.t"
OrpMum Vuu1-w a
PORTLAND MAN SAILS THROUGH
. AIR ON HIS OWN AEROPLANE
Star . . . .
....... Moving Pictures
Want Horn for Sooisty Two push
clubs, the Sellwood Board of Trada and
the Sunnyslde Puah club, have decided
to ask that, the Oregon Historical eo-
cIMv be provided with a. home In their
auction of the city. The Sellwood Board
of Trade would have the home provided
In the park proposed for the auburb,
and the Hunnyaldu people would have at
Inast two arrea provided In Laurelhurat
for the housing of the exhibit- Both
clul will thoroughljrdlsruss the pro
panels at their meetings this Weok. The
Sellwood Board of Trada mi-ele tonight
at S o'clock at tha Bellwood Commercial
flub, while tho ttunnyalda club meets
Wednesday evening. .
A Dividend of 20 per cent on claims
" filed and approved having been ordered
by the United fjtatea circuit court for
'the district of Oregon, credltore" are
notified to present, their books, certifi
cate of deposit, or other evidence of
Indebtedness) for payment of the above
dividend at tha office of the receiver,
, comer of - Second and Washington
r streets, Portland, Or. R. 8. Howard,
Jr., Receiver of The Title Guarantee
and Trust company, Portland, Or., Feb,
. 110. ' .. ", . V; ;'
Annexation Heating In convention
hall at tha Commercial club, the Clackamas-Multnomah
county annexation com
mittee., will meet this .evening at.
o'clock.1".. Twenty committeemen, ont
. from every town of northern Clackamas
county, will assemble at tha meeting to
plan the campaign looking to tha an
nexation of the northern part of Clacka.
nu county to Multnomah county. Tha
meeting Is open to ail who may be In
... . aire Bear to Build Chnrck -A Polish
singing society, in , tha Danla hall at
185 Russell street, was a topped yes
terday from selling liquor. They had
been freely dispensing beer. The pro-
Aeroplane Invented by Dr. Hall.
Dr. Ray E. Hall, of No. t Union ave
nue, haa made final testa or the model
of the new atyle aeroplane he 'Invented
nd built, with the asslHtance or Dr. Q.
C. Whl taker and Z. A. Jarvls. He Is ao
satisfied of the ability of his atyle
of ahlp to fly, that he and his assist
ants will Immediately begin the con
struction of a full slse ship to compete
In the Rose Festival testa. . .
Dr. Hall began work on tha model of
his queer looking vessel of the air a
year ago.' It waa finished week ago
and proved, -to the satisfaction of Its
Inventor, that It possessed all tha quali
ties for which be hoped. Tried out on
Union avenue. It -rose from, tha earth
when propelled at a speed of two mllee
an hour. A speed of about 10 miles an
hour la necessary to lift the average
aeroplane. v ,
, Dr. Hall's aeroplane combines tha ,
vitally Important points of number of
ma semi-success ul ships, In theory, but
Is different In . construction. It is. 10
feet long; and has (0 square feet of can
vas, it weighs seven pounds.
, Tha sailing aurfaco of the plane Is
made op of two sections of shellac mus.
lin, aach aectlon divided Into three parte.
Tha front aectlon "is movable and la
used. Instead of a aiiidlnr Diane, to dl
reot tha course of tha shlD ud or down.
Work will be begun immediately on a
run . aisa crart, to be about 26 feet
square and have 100 feet square of sail.
ing surface. It will weigh about 200
pounds. During this week or next. Dr.
Hall's machine may be put on display at
tha pure food show.- at tho Meier at
Frank atore. .
Local aeronauta who have , seen the
working model in . action declare ' Dr.
HaU'a plan not only unique, but feasible.
by the prudential ' committee of tho
church. Candidates from every aectlon
of the country are being conaldered. It
is believed the matter cart be narrowed
down to at least four names.
To try Ola Suit Circuit Judge Bro-
naugh this afternoon took up tlfe trial
are to go to the erection of a new
church. When the police inquired about
the matter the membera stated they
were selling tickets and allowing a bot
tle of bear with each ticket They did
To Blsonss Benamlna Plan Carpen
ters' ball. Union avenue and East Pine
atreeta, is to be the scene of the meet
ing of the United East Side Puah clubs
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. A
plan for the renaming of Portland
streets will be oonsldered. It Is be
lieved It will be greatly different from
the plan auggeated by City Engineer
Morris. Several other important matters
will be taken up. . .
dian ad litem for Walter Conley against
the Portland Railway, Light & Power
company. , This dates back to an aoci
dent on December 10, 1906, when Conley,
a 14-year-old boy, waa thrown from
Fulton' car on' Flrat street, between
Main and Madlsoto streets. One foot was
amputated as a result of the accident.
and the plaintiff asks for $26,000 dam
ages. The selection of a jury was be
gun this afternoon.
Concert sad lecture. The South Port
land lecture and entertainment course
given under the auspices of the Chris
tian Endeavor society of the Fourth
Prrffbyterian church. First and Olbbs
atreeta, - will commence with a concert
Tueaday evening (tomorrow), February
S, at t o'clock, under the management
of A. R. Spreadborougb. The proceeds
will ba devoted to tha purchase -of an
Dxagrtst Wants - Jury TrUL "W. X
Armltage, a druggist at Arleta, who
has been arrested for selling liquor
without a license and selling in dry ter
rltory, has asked for a Jury trial before
Justice of the Peace Olson. Tha case
will be heard Wednesday. Armltage
was recently up before Justice of tha
Peace Bell upon a similar charge,
Danes In Paris Kail Tomorrow
night at I o'clock the young people of
St Andrews' parish will give a dance
at tha parish hall. East Ninth and Al
berta streets. Weinberger's orchestra
ill furnish the muslo. Refreshments
will bo served by the women. , ,: .
Getting ld of riles 'The problems
of Getting Rid of Files, Overwork and
Disease Solved by Vegetarians." will.be
the subject to be discussed at the Vege
tarian Converaaclone, . at 601 Yamhill
street. Tuesday evening,. February 8, at
8 o clock. proressor George Morris will
give the opening addreas, to be followed
ft rpnArnl riliwiiaalnn TM I ft nnn
sectarian. Informal meeting, free to the
Annual Day of Prayer Methodist
'women, organized under the name of tho
Columbia River Branch of the Women'a
Foreign Missionary society, are today
celebrating their annual day of prayer.
The afternoon will be taken up In
prayer, missionary topics and song
service. Tha service commences at 1:30.
Snoulder D Ulooated. W 1111am Ship-
man, 270 M Front street, suffered a dis
location of the shoulder yesterday af
ternoon In a wrestling match. He was
on the east side when the accident hap
pened and walked to the police station
for a physician. Patrolman J, o. Mont
gomery set the bone In' Us, proper place.
B. W. Bablsn BurleL 8. W. Bablen,
or Bt. Johns, who died at his home on
West Richmond street, was burled from
the Evangellco church of St Johns this
morning t 10 o'clock. Mr.' Bablen was
85 years old. He had six children, thai
youngest oniy xour years oia.
Thieves Steal Jewelry .While Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Price, 1200 Hawthorne ave
nue, were Out yesterday afternoon.
thief entered' the home and stole Jewelry
to the value or-17 u. .Entrance .was
gained by breaking open a kitchen win
Mothers' Heating1 The Mothers and
Teaohera' circle, will meet In the assem
bly hall of the Holman school on Tues
day, February 8, at 8 p. m. All mothers
are .cordially invitea v to oe present
Small children will be cared for In tha
Albtaa W. C. T. U. Alblna W. C T.
U. will hold a special business meeting
at , the home " of Mrs. Donaldson, 210
Freemont street, Tuesday afternoon. All
members are requested to attend.
Dogs Are PodsOmedv A valuable dog
belonging to B. C. Dick, 1038 East Sher
man street, was poisoned yesterday. A
dog belonging to a neighbor also, died'
from being poisoned.
Seeking- Brougser's Successor. Dis
cussion of the qualifications of the nu
merous men being considered as possi
ble . successors to Dr. J. Whltcomb
Brougher, who recently resigned from
the pastorate of tha White Temple Bap
tist church, will be indulged In tonight
Eyeglasses and Spectacles accurately
made and fitted. Special lenses dupli
cated. Prices reasonable. Geo. Ruben-
stein, Optician, 189 8d st. opposite Baker
theatre. ,.'.''.' . ": ;'
Steamer Jessie KarkJna, for Camas.
Waehougal and way landlnga. daily ex
cept Sunday. Leaves Washington street
dock at 8 p. m.
Jamas Oarlok ft Co the house mov
ers; removed to 120 East water street
Phone. East 4427.
Bun Trom Smallpox. Milton Faulk,
La Grande, Or., who arrived m fort
land yesterday, has been placed in quar
antlne at the pesthouse. The man has
smallpox, . Ha applied at the police
atation tsunaay evening for medical at
tention. When it was learned ha had
tha smallpox, tha patrolman scurried to
keep away from the man.-
.. Sr. OustaTe S. Brnere announces the
removal of his office to tho Electric
building, suite 811. '
Jeffsrsoa high school books at Castle
man's pharmacy, 126 Kllllngsworth ave.
W. A, Wlae and associates, painless
dentists, Third and Washington. ,
Sr. 2Cayaea, optician. Marquam bldg.
MAKES APPEAL FOR .
Portland, Or Feb. I. To thaiEdltor
of The Journal To the people of Port
land I wlah to announce' a few words
to help the Portland Newsboys associa
tion. I have been a newsboy In Port
land for the last 15 years, selling all J
leading newspapers in your city. I
have been In all leading cities on 'the ;
Pacifio coast and have seen different 1
Z do not sea why tha newsboys of '
Portland should not organize In the
same way. There Is a few of the news
boys at Portland who take great Inter
est In the association, but others who
do fiot,, on account of tha Telegram and
tha .. Daily . JJe ws telling , them to have
nothing to ao with It .
Still there are two papers In Port
land which stick) with the newsboys,
The Oregon Daily Journal and the
Morning Oregon Ian.
This is what the rules of tho Portland
Newsboy"s association require:
Every newsboy must be well, behaved.
Must be clean in appearance.
Must be over 10 years of age. '
Must attend school regularly.
Must wear his badge in eight
Must not sell papers after 8 p. m.
Must not sell during "School hours.
Please patronize the boy who belongs
to tha association. B. ROSENBLOOM.
IMS DIE AD
LOCKED III CELL
But It Is All a Joke on Patrol
man C. D. Hinson, Who
Patrolman C D. Hinson of the day
relief, who has been living with his par
ents at 401 Sixth street, was locked up
in the city Jail on tha ave of hla wed
ding day and aeverely -reprimanded be
fore hla fellow officers as they wer re
porting off duty Saturday evening.
It was all occasioned by his marriage
Sunday evening to Miss Hattle May
Baldwin, 28( Davis street, and the two
had planned to keep it quiet The bride
was the cause of the demonstration at
the police station. Captain . Slover is
not opposed to men on his relief, getting
married, but he sets his foot down hard
when they do so without telling htm
about it The rest of the men do not
like it, either.
It la tha old story of a woman not
being able to, keep a secret. She says
her. husband told" it 'and herein the
first quarrel msy start. However, Cap
tain Slover got the news Saturday after
noon.. "I hope none of my men "will so
far forget themselves or the laws of
tha police department as to ba guilty
or eomtmtmg any violation or tne ruiea,-
sald the captain., - "Some one haa done
ao, and he haa attempted to keep it
quiet In this instance the violation
consists of taking unto himself a wife.
He has not mentioned It to his superior
officers, or to. his fellow men In tha
ranks. You are dismissed."
This was the speech of Captain
Slover. ..Patrolman Leo Harms called
the name of Hinson, and the other men
gave him what greatly resembled a col
lege "rough house." He waa locked up
and .kept there for an hour.
Hinson Is one among tha most active
men In the department and has dona
good and efficient work. For three
years he has been preparing a home at
308 Columbia street where the couple
will live after a ahort honeymoon.
MIsa Baldwin la tha daughter of Will
i . i
. .. . t . . ,
(StblliiB 1B7) ' "
Aa Inhalation lor
Craeoleno to a
Boon to Aathmatioa.
TWa it ftftaotlTft tO bflhft is S
rased? for dlmm e( the brMthlnf orgus Ihaa
to Uk tbe MiMdy into lbs Komaoil
.n kaeftiiM the air. rmoarM
toongly antlMptle, 1 carried ore the diMMed
urfeoft with nr brwtb. flrtnf prolonged u4
ooiietaat treatment 11 is InTJuole to authors
with (mall ehUarea.
Thoea of a Cmn
will dad immadLtta relief
from Coach or inflamed
Condition of tha throat.
Send postal tot da.
asrlpttr Booklet. .
UU nmton Blrea,
lain Pnlilwln, a proiulnrnt ranch owner
at Cathlamet, Waah. tilia has been liv
ing at 3X Davis street' The young wo
man has been popular among the young
er aoclety folk of the east aide,
BUTTEVILLE IS TO
BE APPLE CENTER
' X X Stephenson of Buttevllle, Marlon
county, la In Portland on business. Mr,
Stephenson . la an enthusiasts apple
grower, and believes that sections of
Marton county will take rank with Hood
River when proper systems of culture
are employed. 'A box of applea, each ap
ple averaging one pound, came .to Tha
Journal from Mr. Stephenson's 11-year-old
orchard. , . ;
"I took 115 boxes of excellent fruit
from one acre," aald Mr. Stephenson,
"and found ' a ready market at good
prloes. It has been demonstrated that
the section of Marlon county north and
west of the Shire donation claim Is well
adapted to apple culture. Color and
flavor are blended eplendldly. Four
hundred and fifty acres of farm land
have been .subdivided into ten-acre
tracts, and will bplanted to apples as
quickly, as possible. This development
will place Buttevllle in the center of tha
apple belt -.,
WHEELS IJIP OFF FEET
Newberg brick and tle company has
iclared a 10 tier cent dividend and In.
creased Ita capital stock from 150,000 to
Liquor yesterday caused an accident
in which both feet of Hans Larson wero
cut off by a Northern Pacifio awltch en
glne at the fuot of Seventeenth street
He is 4J years old and has worked in
the timber, .
Larson, with Jack Linden and Henry
Sevo, were walking down tha track. The
two latter men atepped from the rail
when they saw tha engine coming, but
Larson remained in the path Of tha lo
comotive. All three men had been drink
ing heavily, and Larson had a flask of
whiskey in his hands . when tha accident
The man was knocked about 10 feet
Other injuries were received. He will
live. The feet were cut off immediately
above the ankles. They were found ly
Ing beside the rail. He waa taken to
the Good Samaritan hospital. The two
companions said they had been drinking,
and that Larson waa quite drunk.
Two- Union county men cut down
Cottonwood tree five feet through at
the butt telle the Republican, and when
tha monster fell. It made ten oords of
wood and yielded besides, two coons
and a bees' nest from which they got
three gallons or honey.'
l l ill fi kS I
Covey Motor Car Co.
Seventh and Conch Streets
12 Bodies of Wreck Victims.
(Special Dispatch to The Journal.)
Marshf leld. Or., Feb. 7. The last two
bodies of the Csarina wreck were bur
led Saturday as ' unknown. Twelve
bodies In . all have been found. None
of those found lately could ba identified.
Medford bank deposits are 11.863.88$.
increase of $602,187 during 1909. -
On of town people
can aara taeir piate
and brldsework Do. I
taneq tm oae oaf
We will giver S roof '
2?k sold ar aaretliis
crows far . $3.60
Malar Crswni 6.0Q
Gold Fiinnr 1.00
Cuml Filllni 109
Inlay Pltlwt 2.60
Good RubMT m urn
Platea ' 5.C9
Beat Red Rub. m -A
Painlett Extr'tloa 06j
WORK GUARANTEED FOR 18 YEARS .
lnleea Krtractioa tree wben platea or bridge wora
laortlered. Conaoltatioa Free, xoa cannot set bettes
nalnleea work done anywhere. All wwk fullrruar,
gin teed. M Quern eleetrto aqnlpmoBfc ileat mnuutda
iWise ental Co;
rATLwa BTm.wo -:-J?Viin rVspre.i
"iBBwa.Bxs. PORTLAND, OREGON
(VRIOIBOUSAi A. It. ao If.M. gsadan, U i.
' ttt W. & Wtt, fumat m Uumt
l it nan nrmwiia rtman
fgm. issij.iiSJ.iiii bp v p '.'v.; f .V" ; (i'; . '".'
A $5.00 Gas Heated Flat Ir6n Com
' plete with Tubing and Mat :'
At 104 Grand Ave., W. W. Rose.
, .I-, - . .a..ti.a I , ,
t- . V
All Montavilla cars run through
JLaurelhurst. ; Only 15 minutes
ride. Take car on Washington
street, between Fifth and First
Salesmen on the ground, Office
J" oilrnal Ads Bring Eesults
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is not a
common, every-day cough mixture. It Js
a meritorious remedy for all the trou
blesome and dangerous complications re
sulting from cold in the head, throat
chest or lungs. ;..v ":
United Btaies and roreiga sSs-alHI
Procured, Offended and
rAozno coast rATszrr aqsvct. zaa
DR. HILUS C. JOHNSTON,
Prop, and Mgr.
362 WASH. ST, COR. PARK
Home, A-7102; Pac, Main 8296.
Only the Bcsr;
Materials and workmanship em
ployed in this office.
Hours 8:30 a. ra. to 6 p. m.
Open evenings from 6 to 8; Sun
days from 9 "to 1,
OBECrOHT XiAW SOHOOIr 8. T. Rich
ardson, dean. A thorough, practical
course in law; no time lost from regu
lar occupation; recitations evenings,
Terms low. Business oirice sio com'
monwealth bldg. M. Morehead, secretary
Portland & Seattle My.
Thc North Band Road"
The handsome equipment of these trains supplies the comforts"
and appointments of the best hotels. The dining service is par
' 'i'i):fiv',:i: "V" - i:-: ' ' '" ";
' OBSEBTATIOW CABS
- COMFAHTMEarr SIiEZFSXS -
, , 0TAKDABJ SXJSEPEK8
JZr7INCr C'A8 MEAI3 A XJL CASTS
-,.- TOtriUST SIJBOTBBS c s i
, - jrxasT-cxAss coaches
,t ? ; .', -- v--'ii' .,-. . . t. . ,r, -;t .... -....' -y" t '.y'.. ' ,. -"f , ' - K' '-.
Leave Portland 9:00 A. Ht; 7:00 P. M.
1 Arrive Chicago, 3 Days to the Hour
PASSENGER STATION, 11th and IIOYT STS.
Mmy Yoot Plsiini
Wcdricsiiay, Feb. $th
IT WILL BE YOUR LUCKY DAY. V
Read this and clip the following coupon and present it at our store
the first thing Wednesday morning and it will be worth $100 to' you.
To the first ten persons presenting the following coupon at our
store Wednesday, February 9th, we will honor it for that amount on
any new piano in our store, no matter what the price, whether it be
$250 or $600. We have a special object in doing this, and it is con
fined to only Jen pianos and good for Wednesday only.
WE HAVE BUT ONE PRICE.
We guarantee our prices are from $50 to $100 less than the same
grade of piano can be obtained elsewhere, and all are marked in plain
figures, so you have an opportunity to compare prices before using the
coupon and that is why we give you a couple of days to Investigate.
One hundred and fifty fine pianos to select from.
f 100.00 February 6, 1910.
- ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
On any new piano in our store if presented Wednesday, Feb.
9, 1910, providing it is one of the first ten presented, as only ten
will be accepted. "
HOVENDEN-SOULE PIANO CO.
106 Fifth Street, Next to'Perking Hotel.
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
Do not overlook it. Remember, it is good for Wednesday only.
Balance can be paid in easy monthly payments if desired. Who will
be the first? Qme early.
Hovenden - Soule Piano Co.
106 Fifth Street, Next to Perkins Hotel
.I'hones Main 1 7 , 4.
AaaUtml by AphU J,-nm
' Tonight Wadneadur i ,:.t.
Bpfx'lall'rU'9 Mntlnex V. , : ,
"THB MERCHANT OT V! .ICS'
Tomorrow (Tuesday) i. .,;,
-nzVMX TIII -Evnln:S,
1.B0 to 5()r. Man, ft t. .
SEAT SALE OPENS FED. 8TH.
FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. 11TH.
Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1.00,- 75c.
Kimball Piano Used.
DAKER THEATRE .o1
Oeo. Tm. Bakav. afaBarar. .
Tonight, All Week. Bargain Matinee .
Fr M. Block Co. present
"tHB aUQHI OT WAT" .
Dramatised from tha Dowerful novel '
by Sir Gilbert Parker. - ,'.
Btrong- cast Original production.
Sat. Mat. 25c. SOc: evenim. Idc. BOc'
78c, S1.00. . Xext Week "WUdflre." '
A Triumphant Succeaa.
TONIGHT AND ALL WEEK.
yortland Tbeatre Cmopany
In Owen Davlea Big Melodrama,'
"SZASWOOD SICZ'8 X.A8T SHOT." .
Matinee prices lOo and 2S. . Nights- i
10c to 60c. Matinees Thur. and Sat:
123 Third St.
CUTS TICKET OFTXCZB
Third and XComsos 8ts.
100 Third St,
1 - -"r ..,e 1
II . I . ' .-. .-lit 1
"CALORIC" Fireless Coolers
The "Caloric" Fireless Cookstove, the first to appear on the market,
retains the heat generated on an ordinary coal, gas or oil stove by
means of steatite radiators which are placed in the insulated cabinet.
The food to be cooked is first prepared in the .,
ordinary manner in the vessels with which KO NEED OF BURN
the cabinetMs equipped, the plates heated to JJ mil flic ni
proper temperature are both placed in the v,7 VnY,
stove, one above and one below, according to iVOOD IVSallC lOuR
directions. The "Caloric" is closed and the VQfjrj ic f (JOKISfi
cooking commences. For baking pies, cakes, IWW4' , t-vvninn
bread or roasting, it has been found superior to all methods of pre
paring food for the table. Delicate flavors of game and fish are pre
served and the result is dainty, tasty and tender food.
Several hundred recipes for preparing food furnished with the
"Caloric Cooker." ,
The Hardware Man
130 First St., Del. WashlDfllon and derwrt,5K-
' 7" ILI' .mi' n i , ijli -li" . i ."L. JJJJiJ'jl'Ml'lIM aLL;LLljLiL LUj' :U'n,2
MA1JT , A.1031
HAT. EYEXY DAI
WliEK t v -.Ur . nn . - TSO
ris. t - iiicftjiu;
Fred Lindsay Whip, Manipulator, and
Walter C. Kelly, rThe Virginia Judge."
World's O restart
Bros.' Clreu. .
Matinee every flay,
Mathews k Banoon .
. MUler ft Mack
fred Stewart; Jim
Batberford at Co-j
Yred Bauer, Grand
2:80; any seit, 15e.
Evcninr performances, 7:30, :16; bal
cony, lac; lower floor, 25c; box sata 60c
- A9YABCES YATTD S YII,XiB.
Week Oommenclng Monday Mat. Teb. 7.
Attraction extraordinary Ths Tour
Aerial ilJoyds. . " '
Vlollnskl. Young Buffalo. Somera &,
Otte, Small, Sloan A Bheridsn. 1
. Blake's Mule-Maud Kee Haw.
Popular Prices, . Matinee Uallyv Curtain ,
z:a, Y:au ana s ociock.
- Annual Conceit ot
OREGON GLEE CLUB
Sours Stunts Burtesaues
DON'T MIS8 SEEING THE COLLEGE ,r
BOts Nearly as gooa as a coueira
education and doesn't eost so much."
r&ICXS BOo, 78o and $L -
Dacgslow, Satnrday, FEB. 12
: .-'V . t , ... ,:'';':") !
. Brxause the Clothes Are
BETTER MADE AND
COST LESS MONEY
'Just Moved Upstairs
Above Old Location s 1
142 SECOND STREET J
. CORNER TENTH AND ALDER
The ieading hotel of Tortland, opened July,
1909s Modern in every detajl, furnished in
elegance. Most beautiful corner lobby in
VT 4. 1. . a.
jorv,uwcst, vomrnoaious sample rooms,
European plan. Rates $1.50 and up. 'Bui
meets all trains." W. M. SEW ap, Prop.
CAPE AND GRILL
' 149 SEVENTH STREET
. NEAR MORRISON
ALEX II. SMITH, ffC,"1..,
(Late of Imperial li te! (V