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ill Iffl CASE
NOT ALL FACTS
Assistant Engineer of Sarah
Dixon Now on Trial, Admits
His Testimony Untrue, but
Didn't Know It.
Testimony: of Stephen JMeane?, as
sistant engineer of the steamer Sarah
Dixon, now on trial before United States
Inspectors of Steam Vessels Edwards and
Fuller, on' a.-. charge' of ngr!.genea in
connection with the blowing up of that
steamer recently, was to the effect.lhat
he testified to matters in tho trial of
Lester E. Lewis, chief engineer of the
steamer, that' he 5 afterwards learned
were not a,, fact, and that although he
knew this- before leaving the of floe he
did not correct it ,
Although Meaney Is now on trial
charged with negligence In "the conduct
of his: duties as assistant engineer of
the Sarah Dixon he was closely quizzed
by Inspectors Edwards and Fuller in
regard to testimony that h had given
In the Lewis trial1 before the inspectors,
anl he testified this morning that he
had sworn to things in that trial that
he later found to be wrong. He said
that he knew before' he left the Inspect
ors' office that those. parts of his tes
timony were erroneous, but that did
not correct , them. Meaney said this
morning that be did not then know that
he could correct his statements.
A large part of the questions asked
Meaney this morning hinged on whether
he was in the habit of allowing the
fireman, to write letters while on duty.
Meaney said that M. J. Duey, who was
on duty with him, was not in the habit
of writing letters while on watch, but
that he sometimes did.
."If -L consider, myself responsible and
am watching .the water in the boiler
and the fireman wants to write a, letter
that takes only ten or fifteen minutes,
I think it Is proper."
H. J. Duey, the fireman, was also on
the stand before the trial was finished
at noon. Meaney was represented by
the law firm of Westhrook St West
LOSES DECK LOAD
Schooner Forester Puts Into Son
V The barkentine ft F. Crocker, " which
sailed from Astoria for Eten, Pecu. Feb
ruary 8," laden with lumber, put Into
San Francisco this morning,1 according
to, advices to the Merchants Exchange.
Although uo reason was given for the
barkentine going Into that harbor, it Is
surmised that she . encountered-ex-tremely
Tough weather after leaving the
mouth of the Columbia, and may have
sustained some damage.: The schooner
Forester, which sailed from Grays Har
bor for Santa Rosalia with lumber Feb
ruary 3. put Into San Francisco yester
day in distress,, having lost 200,000 feet
i i 0
of her deckload. She was thefourth4fr:a7 feet.
sailing vessel in the coast trade to re
port difficulty with storms In the past
ISPEAlb BRITISH BARK
Tank Steamer Rosecrans Passes Ves
iel Slay Have Been Beeswing.
The tank steamer Rosecrans, bound
..from Oavlota for Honolulu, reported by
wireless Saturday, having spoken a Brit
ish bark on February 16 in latitude 36.20
north, longitude 125.25 west, which
showed the signal letters M. W. T. 8.,
'but which should evidently have been !
M. W. P. 8., Which would be the .British
bark Beeswing, boundfrorn Portland for
the United Kingdom. As she left As
toria on January 81 last, this would just
about be her position. She has on' board
t, til m i.,..k.i. . - 1 a , a . . .M,
ev,io 4Juojic. vi wnc&tr vn-iueu mtfa,
931, cleared by M. Houser. 4
ON WAY TO PUGET. SO
(United Prem Leased Wlre.
Seattle, Wash., Feb. 21. -Direct from
the hands Of' the builders, the steam
ships Captain A. JV Lucas and Princess
Sophia are' steamlrfg from New York
and Philadelphia for Puget ' Sound,
where they will become Important ad
ditions to the fleet of freighters.
BUILD CANNERY TENDER
North Bend Ship Builders Will Fin
ish Gasoline Boat
" " " (RjmvIbJ to The Journal.) "
Marshfield, Or., Feb. 21. Kruse &
Banks, ship builders of North Bend,
have closed a contract with the F.
C. Barnes companyof Portland,!, for the
construction of a new gasoline boat
which will be ueed as a cannery tender.
F. C. Barnes and Captain J. J.vReynolds
of the firm were here after visiting se.v
eral ship yards on Puget sound and As
toria, and It was decided to place the
order with the North Bend builders.
The boat will be 65 feet long with 20
THIS NEW COFl
IS MADE INSTANTLY
IN THE CUP
Haa been refined and per
colated. In concentrated pew
der form. Three-quarter tea
spoonful makes cup of mott de
liciout coffee. Absolutely pure.
Flavor always uniform. No
boiling. No trouble. No waste.
30c and 85c at grocers
SAMPLC ON REQUEST
a WASHINGTON COFFEE
19 Weil Street, New York
J. Sc. C Fischer Piano $135
Second-hand, but In good repair and
good for several years to come. ' Come
and see this.
r" "fi-i tl- iwt - . -
(.. i."!.t f.ir c.m.ro:...: t!. an-
jchor e-;l Lariailnt? the cargo. With some
(exceptions the new .boat 'Wilt be sim-
1-ar to the Rustler, which was recently
built at North Bend for coast traffi-:.
The new boat Is to be completed by the
middle of April, when she will take a
cargo to Alaska.
21 GUXS TO RE FIRED
Cruiser Boston to Observe Birthday
of "The Father of Our Country."
In honor of the birthday of the
"Father of our country," a national sa
lute of 21 guns will be fired on 'the U.
8. S. Boston at noontomorrow and the
cruiser will be gay with all the bunt
ing that belongs to her. : All of tW of
ficers and about 90 per cent of the crew
of the warship doing duty with (Tie Ore
gon Naval militia, will be aboard to an
swer the call to quarters.
Lieutenant CorhmandeiT Blomberg
stated this morning that the date for
the annual summer cruise has been defi
nitely set and the citizen sailors will go
to sea from June 16 to Jun JO. It has
not, been decided yet whether the mili
tia win -cruise on the Boston or will
be detailed to vessels of the Paciflo
fleet for target practice and other mat
ters pertaining to naval warfare. ,
ALOXQ THE WATERFRONT
When she arrives tomorrow afternoon
from Los Angeles and San Francisco,
the steamer Bear, Captain Nopander,
wlU have 800 passengers and 1500 tons
of freight '
Relief light vessel No.M arrived at
Swlftsure bank yesterday to replace No.
93, Which will come here or to Seattle
for overhauling , and minor repairs.
In tow of the steamer Ooklahama,
the steamer Reymond was shifted from
the Supple dock to below the bridges
this forenoon on her way to . Wlllapa
Harbor to load lumber.
Carrying about 175 passengers and
2100 tons of freight, the steamer Beav
er, Captain Nelson. , is scheduled to sail
this afternoon for San Francisco and
Los Angeles.' . ..
1 Captain W. S. Buchanan, for two
years superintendent of the Open River
'.transportation company and one of the
best known navigators oa the river, ten
dered his resignation to that company
yesterday afternoon to take effect March
I.- He- wlir attend to private business.
W. 8. 8mallwood, general manager of
the company, will combine the two of
fices, hereafter, . . i
Astoria, Feb. 21.Arrived down at 4
and sailed at 10 a, m., steamer Break
water for Coos Bay, .
; San Francisco, Feb. 21. Sailed, steam
ejr Geo. W. Elder, for San Diego. Sailed,
barkentine C. F. Crocker, from Colum
bia river, for Eten. .
Eureka, Feb. 20. Arrived, steamer
Alliance, from Portland. . "
Astoria, Feb. 20. Sailed at 8 p. m..
steamer J. A. Chanslor, for San Fran
San Francisco, Feb. 20. Sailed,
steamer Argyll, for Portland. Arrived
at 1 p. m., steamer Johan Poulsen, from
Columbia river. Sailed at - 1 p. m.,
steamer Bear,-f or Portland. - - -
Astoria, Fob. 2L Condition at th
mouth of the river at 8 a. in,, moder
ate wind, northeast, 6 miles; 'weather,
cloudy. :- : -
Tides at Astoria Thursday High wa
ter: S:il a m., 8.5 feet; 3:41 p. m., 8.5
feet Low water: 9:38 a.' m.. 1.1 fat-
Str. Alliance. Eureka .Feb. 25
f;tr, Breakwater. Coos Bay,... ..Feb, 25
Str. Rose City, San Pedro. ... ..Feb. 27
Str. Beaver, San Pedro. . . .N. . Mar. 8
Str. Roanoke, San Pedro. March 8
. One to Senan.
Tale, Am. ss.r from San Fran.v.Feb. 21
btr. Beaver, San Pedro ..Feb.- 21
St. Roanoke. San Dieem . - 91
n j : . ....
nttivuru, m. u., can rancisco.Feb. 22
oir, jiinore, xiiiamooK .Feb. 24
B7eakwater. Coos iBa
tr. Hear, san Pedro. .. Feb. 2fl
Str. Geo. W Elder. San Diego.. Feb! 28
Str. Rose City. San Pedro .Mar. 2
Mloellaflni Vessels ' Enroute.
Catherlna, Nor. bark ...Valparaiso
urain Tonnage En Route.
Duquesne, Fr. en .Mijillones
ajb ferouBe, ir. sn. Liverpool
Marechal Gontaut. Fr. hlt,.Nwrti a
unnn Anton i ne, Fr. bk. ..Astoria
vessels m ron.
TT. - CO " ' . a . . ...
p";n j. .......... ijeiterson ax,
Berlin. Am. bk... .........Gobi
Port Stanley, Br. 8h.,....,.,..Llnnton
Clatsop, U. S. Dredge .Astoria
uazei jLKtiiar, r. bs. Liinnton
Lord Templetoh, Br. bk. ....St. Helens
Schurbek, Ger. sh. ......North Pacific
Dally River Readings.
'T in eVsn wt
'Palem . . . .........
V'r. ... .
, S.,' S. Taeoma ,Maru ,at Sea, 8 P. M
Feb. 20. (Via North Head) In latitude
4y desrrees north: lomrlttwia ? h
"lbarometer 30.29, rising; temperature,
; wma, east northeast,-Jlght breeze;
.clear weather; slight sea."' Comdr.
i 8. B. Asuncion, at Sea, 8 P. M Feb.
I 20. (Via North Head) One hundred ad
; miy mues norm 01 tjapa Blanco; fresh
i normwest wina; . moderate sea; clear
weainer; barometer, 80.86; temperature,
I 60. George E, Bridget! ..
"Notice to Mariners.'
Louts - Strauss, ' agent of the Alaska
Commercial company, reports as follows
to the Alaska Commercial company at
San Francisco, under date of August 11,
"As far as we know, the U. S. S. Buf
falo Is the biggest ship that has ever
been In this harbor, Shev has been
nlongside of our dock twice, and each
time turned around In the inner harbor
She Is 381 feet long on the water line!
and draws 25 feet when loaded. The
steamship Rupert City, as well as the
Glory of the Seas drew about 27 feet,
when here last year. , They were tied up
on both sides of the dock with full
cargoce. ' .. .. !... . . .
4"A store of 2000 tons of coal Is avail
able, at he price of $12.60 a ton, not
atowed.'- r , ,. . . .
Obstructions off the American coast
February 11, about 30 milps north by
east from Diamond shoal, saw a red
whistling buoy, Comus. (ss), Maxson,
: Obstructions along thadversea routes
February 12, latitude 48 degrees 20
minutes, longitude- 68 degrees 55 min
utes, the three masted schooner Cale
Jopia , was .abandoned in a waterlogged
condition. Mackay-Bennett Br. as )
Note rThe Caledonia capsized.
January 23, latitude 34 degrees 26
minutes, longitude 40 degrees 20 min
utes, :passtd a-large buoy With an oc-.
cultlng llg!it;""too dnrk to distinguish
.t;.un.Tr-i..i)rflanga ti'.r.. ss.).
ice . reports -January 29. inn.i,i An
degrees minutes, longitude 48 degrees
i i l:.;i:ut' to l.i::t..:?. T i '. '
i:;:nutcs, lorsitud 49 decrees 4 nslautes.
faw very heavy floe ice with several
small icebergs. Lord Dufierln (Br. es.).
.February 1, latitude 46 decrees 45
minutes, longitude 47 degrees 7 minutes,
entered a larg-e quantity, of field ice.
Same date, latitude 46 degrees 40 min
utes, longitude 47 degrees 25 minutes,
cleared the Ice. Cornluhman (Br. ss.).
Notice to chart agents. The following
charts are now available for sale: H.
O. Nos. 27, 91T and 1860.
J. J. KNAPP,
Captain, U. a Navy, Hydrographer.
DR. AND MRS. A. CrPAPJTON
DIVORCED IN CLACKAMAS
x (St-ll te Thf JoanuL)
Oregon, City, Or., Feb. 21. Personal
Indignities on the part of Dr. A. C
Panton, a prominent Portland physician,
were alleged by Mrs. Cornelia Eva Pan
Ion, who obtained a decree of divorce
.here f rem Circuit Judge Campbell. Mrs.
Panton's complaint Is brief and does not
go into details, for the reason thatvan
understanding was reached that Dr. Par
ton should allow her to procure her
decree by default, he making no ap
pearance. The evidence was taken by
a referee. Harrison Allen of Portland
was "Mrs. Panton's attorney, and Rufus
Mallory the attorney of record for Dr.
Panton. . " ,
Dr. Panton gave his wife 120.000, this
settlement having been agreed to out
of court. He paid her 12509 cash and
the balance of $17,600 is to be paid at
Manicuring arid Halrdresslng IParlorsfcon the Second Floor Tea Room on the Fourth Floor
Entire Block Bounded by Morrison,
Women's Pretty Waists
Special at. $1.49
In the garment store, second floor, a sale of Women's Lingerie Waists,
made up of a good grade of batiste, styled with high" or Dutch necks, long
or short sleeves, W trimmed with Valenciennes lace' tnj insertioiM, pin
-tucks and p mbroidery,' good modeIs71tUof them. It would seem like a
waste of energy to attempt to make waists when such as these (Pi MQ
can be bought for this money Special sale tomorrow-at only V-l-eT:
37.50 Waists lor $3.45
Few women will even consider making their own waists whenthey see
these. Thejr are the season's best and most popular fashions. The mate
rials are chiffons, ihessalines, nets, marquisettes and lingerie, styled'with
high or low necks, Jong qt short sleeves, fancy collars and cuffs QO Aff
otlace or net; some have frills in front Regular to $7.50. special vOeftOv
-Millinery Salon, 2d floor. The
vogue of our nijllinery" is Al
ways interestingly charming.
We have just opened up an
other lot of KNOX HATS in
exclusive modelsflKvhich will be ,
shown only by Olds, Wortman
& King. Large? small or me
dium shapes of fine milan braid,
trimmed with fancy wings and
jnaraboii, and priced low . for
tombrrciw, ?13.50 to ?2T.50
New Gage Hats
This season's Gage Hats are ex
tremely charming and will ap
peal to our most stylish dress
ers. THE JrlY LAND Hats are
also pleasing this line includes
"the Mme.. Shenfy" Sailor and
Derby Hats. f
In Addition to
On the Bargain Circle, 1st floor, between the elevators,
a sale 6f Socks every man needs them. These are silk
lisle with double, heels and toes, in plain colors of black,
navy, tan and gray These came to us put up 4 pairs in a
neat box, and we have been selling them at 25c a pair.
If you can't come yourself, send some of the Hfg
women for a box of 4 pairs for .................... I
Electric Irono $3,T5
Finished in polished nickel, with cord, spring and stand.
Carpet Sweepers $1.95
High grade, one will outlast 50 brooms. Phone your order.
Sl.SSJFoda Choppers 95c
"Rirsswin" Food Choppers, the kind that opens up on hinge
and makes cleaning easy.- Other special features which you
shpuld.know about. Now is the time to buy a food chopper.
Makes your floors look beautiful this wax will do it. Sells
-rcgulaf at S0 a can, special at only
" Dustless .Dusters 18c "
Sanitary Absorbent Dust Cloths sell regular at 25c
Demonstration ol "DIppo"
"A Silvcfe Cleai"eTv;,M(iirii-a's' no eqiraTtrnTo'57: 1
t'9 i;.'B!yr, t; uun ! u c:::,:aui to
t.!ve his divorced wi.'e et kast 8100
lira I'anton 1 Well known In the
northwest es a rosarian, having been
connected with the Portland Eose Fes
tival, and twoyears ago she was one
of the judges at the annual show of
the Clackamas County Rose society. Sh
was married to Dr. Panton In San Fran
cisco 14 years ago. Efforts were made
to keep the details of the case from the
REAL ESTATE ACTIVITY
NEAR SWEET HOME
(Bpecial to The Journal.1
Bweet Home. Or., Feb. 21. Several
real estate deals have been put through
In Sweet Home the past few days,
among the most Important being the
sale Of A. I Weddle's store to F. W.i
Swlnch of Kansas. The Sweet Home
hotel' and feed barn changed hands for
the second time. Lea Billyou of Lebanon
helng the purchaser. Mr. Billyou ex
pects to add a good livery stable equip
ment to the other business.
Many letters of Inquiry are being re
ceived from prospective settlers and
homeseekers and the' outlook Is , for a
rapid settling up of vacant lands this
summer. People ar going to what la
known as the Big Bottom country, 13
miles northwest of Foster. It is said
that 150 claims have been located. This
section has been burned over and has
very little green timber nH, is easily
cleared and the soil is unexcelled for
farming purposes. . v
and Bon Ton Corsets '-Iwim'e.Marlctte'Helene',, Marquise
lhe Moot Attractive Sprinp Llnea Ever Ohownln
25c Pieces 17$
65c Pieces 44
85c Pieces &7tp
$1.25 Pieces 84
$1.85 Pes. $1.24
,$3.00 Pes. $1.98
$6.50 to $10
H9$ . ; V
1 CITIZB! POLICE
(Coltel Press Uik4 Wlre.
Los Angeles, Feb. 21. Two hundred
cttlien police will be appointed this
week by Chief of Police Sebastian. The
offloere will be recruited from among
the business men of the city, ana will
have all the power of the paid police.
They will serve under their own cap
tains and sergeants.
Walla Walla Woman Dies.
(SpeoUl to The Journal.)
Milton. Or.. Feb. 21. Mrs. G. A. Run
dell of Walla Walla died Sunday after
noon at the residence of her niece. Mrs.
C. W. Thomas of this city. Mrs. Run
dell had been an -Invalid for-several
years and was In Milton visiting friends.
She was born at Mount Vernon, Iowa, in
1848. and has resided in the Walla, Walla
valley eight years. She leaves her hus
band. G. A. Rundell of Walla Walla, two
sons, Charles of Walla Walla and Wil
liam of Chicago. A brother, J. W. Har
bert, has resided In Milton since 1858.
State to Open Bids.
(Special te Th JonrnLV
Olympla. Feb. 21. The state capltol
oommlsslon will open bids for "the con
struction Of the new temple of Justice,
Saturday,, February 84. The building
la to be erected on the site of the old
a3 to sum
Alder, Tenth and
Women's Rain Coats
Special $6.49, 311.95
Garment Departments-Second Floor
LOT 1 It may at first seem as
though a rain coat would be of lit
tle use now that the sun is begin
ning to shine. But. the . dust will
fly, and one of these coats will be
indispensable. v Rain or' shine, a
light weight, robber lined coat will
be -of service. These come in tan
or black, and are spe- On A(
cialized for this sale at Dne47
Women's Petticoats Only $3.49
- . , Garment Store Second Floor, Southwest '
This offering of Petticoats will enable all women to have a petticoat for
each suit or dres$. We-bought them wav nndernric Von nn Hn fh.
same. The materials are taffetas,
WritH Ktrii iSuoot iitt..
" -----a -'-hiiuiic aims wim pidiicu iiounces ana string tops.
Black and all wanted colots, dark or light, for tomorrow's (PO AG
sale we will, specialize thetlot-your choice tomorrow, each pOet5
$35 Suits at
Ift the garment store, second floor, we will feature
for tomorrow a line of Suits which all of us admire
and believe to be great bargains. ;You, too, will be
pleased with the styles; you will appreciate the qual
ities, and when you learn the price you will wonder
why we do it- The why is of little consequence,
just so you get the bargain. The materials are diag
onals, cheviots, tweeds, eibelines novelty mixtures
and black serge; worth up to $35.00. (Pf-i Qr
Special for this sale tomorrow at
(2 99 ofi 4 Enm Sip oSdleipies
On Main Floor
Embroider 'd Linens
For tomorrow's selling only, we will bring down from the
second floor,-" grand assortment of beautiful Linens in"
doilies, center pieces, scarfs, lunch cloths; in tan linen era
broidetfd, in colors and white linen embroidered, in white
or finished with cluny lace or Battenberg lace.
35c Pieces 24
69c Pieces- 46tf
90c Pieces 59$
$1.50 Pieces 08
$2.00. Pes. $1.34
$5.00 Pes. $3.34
$10 Pes. $6.67
45c Pieces 29,
75c Pieees 49
$1.00 Pieces 67a
$1.65 Pes. $1.09
$2.25 Pes. $1.49
$6.00 Pes. $3.08
$12 Pes?: $7.98
' ''NJv "
en's Batti Eotoes
Men's Corner Main Floor
. - , ' ocv V
the ordinary kind but handsome, rich
soft finish and pretty designs," flannel fffects, etc.
Wool and imported materials in the lot-no two
most exceptional $6.50,-" $7.50, $8.50 and $10.00
Kobe's, 'special lor tins" sale tQjiiorrovvaTnry
c; I! 1 l'..;: i;:: re-'ent'.y torn C n 1
is intended to house the Bia.-reue cn;rt,
attorney general's department and the
state law library. The last legislature
appropriated $350,000 for the building,
but actual work has been delayed tor
a year owing to difficulty the commis
sion has had in adjusting values of ad
jacent lots of land belonging to private
parties and which the state wished to
add to the capltol site.
The construction of the Temple of
Justice will begin early In the spring
and the building wijl be ready for oc
cupancy by" the. time the next session
of the legislature convenes.
City .tb Collect Interest. ,
(Siwlal te Tta Joni-aa!.) 'W,
Walla Walla, Wish, Feb. 21. Walla
Walla will hereafter pay the city ln-i
terest at the rate of 2 per cent on the
dally cash balance. While this law has
been In effect-for- a number of, years,
the city has never tried to collect the
Interest, 'and In consequence, according.
to the state experts who are now exam,
ining tne city nooks, the city has lost
thousands of dollars. The banks used
as depositories by the city have al
ready agreed to pay the Interest No
effort will be made on the part of the
city to collect back interest, although
it Is the opinion of City Attorney J. F.
Watson that this can be done.
Bayes Comes Out for Taft.
(Withlnftom Bureau of The Journal.)
- Washington,- Feb. , 21-Repreeentatlve
Hayes, of California, whose breaking
away from the Insurgents In a speech
yesterday, causing considerable comment
here, comes out today as a strong sup
porter of the administration.
West Pa'rR Streets
LOT -Women's Rain Coats,
good heavy quality dopble texture,
fubber lined, made -of - tan-sefge;-smart,
' mannish cuts with - neat
storm collars, pjaid lined. A serv
iceable coat for stormy "weather
or to shed the dust in summer;
good coats for motoring, qualities
much better than you j" "1 Qff
will expect at price vAXeitJ
'with shirred flounces and dust ruffles,
.'i.t.' ;r.:.. i n..... . . i . . . : -
On the Basement "Bargain Circle" tomorrow only, we
will specialize a fine line of Swiss Embroidery, compris
ing 5000 yards which we picked up at less than the cost
of manufacture, corset cover embroidery and flouncings,
16 inches wide; fine, soft quality Swiss muslin in hun
dreds ot pleasing patterns; worth to 35c a yard, fry
Specialized for this sale tomorrow at. the yard J- t
fi'iioiil 4 1
V - Exchange 12, A6231
Butter, Qover Leaf, specially priced, square 75c
Prunes, Dried Layer; specially priced, pound 11c
Raisins, Seeded, special price, 3 packages for 25c
Orange or Lemon PeelK special price, -pound 15c
Currants; iff packages, specially, priced only 10c
Domino Sugarr special price, 5-pound box 50c
Dried Figs, Black, special at 3 pounds only 25c
Dried Figs, White, special at 3 pounds only 25c
Dried Cherries, specially priced at, a pound 20c
Oranges, "Sunkist" per doz. 25c 30c and 40:
1, 3 i'Uktl
-vUiUVflll iiiilL.. 1 L.
(Special tit The J-jiirnnL)
Forest Grove, Or., I'eb. 21. Corn,
voted to bond itself to the extent
$27,000 in a special election yeter
and will use the money to instill a
gravity water system. The supply Is
to come from Roderick creek, five m'.h s
northwest of Forest Orovs, and will be
piped to Cornelius in wooden pipe. This
will make seven miles of wood pipe. A
large reservoir will be built on Buxton
hill, adjacent to the Forest Grove reser
voir. The vote was 78 to 52 and the
fight against the bond issue was quite
vigorous, the opposition having issued
circulars . . : -
. Carload Just received, all more or less
damaged. These must be closed put at
once. Don't fall to call and see them
before buying. , Prices and 'terms to suit
, BUSH LANE PIANO CO,
We rent new pianos In oak. mahof
any, walnut cases, for $4 per month
and apply the rent on the purchase,
cartage free, Kohler Chase. 875
Washington street. .
On Flrot Floor
If your eyes do not respond
readily to the daily strain of
reading there is a physical de
fect which oftentimes can be
corrected by the proper fitting
of glasses at the proper time.
Our optometrist is a man of
long experience and technical
Training. We" guarantee TiTsTiP
tings. You are invited to con
sult htm at any time FREE
$25.00uits at $9.45
In the garment section, second floor, will also be
grouped a lot of suits taken from our racijt'to be
cfosed out quickly. The materials are tweeds, noW
elty mixtures, cheviots and velvets. In such a well
assorted lot that most any taste may be satisfied.
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