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MEN'S AND BOYS'
LIGHT, MEDIUM AND HEAVY WEIGHT
Vict Kid, Calf, Kangaroo and Cordavan.
Boys' Shoes, $1.25 to $2.25.
Men's Shoes, $t .40 to $4.50.
Our Shoes arc worthy of your inspection be
cause they are money savers.
SAN FRANCISCO CIW
PLACES OF INTEREST
THAT ATTRACT VISITORS.
People of All Nationalities to Br
Found Advantages for All Classes
of People Description of the Mint.
San Francisco M a decidedly cos
mopolitan oit One evenliiK you can
find an assemblage of suveiul tiiou
aml people with a picturesque tnl.
Ik lent reasoim against hucIi a com so
ould have developed li tuo e.xpen-
nt had been tried.
nrlo Sam is very particular with
I his employes and makes them strip
,o(I the clothes they work in uetoiu
they leave the mint tit night. He
' ttrMt.n n..ifiMmna mill mi mil
'M'Milft iiWMrt- jutinu.i.. ......
occasion the carpet or floor covering
in one room was burned mid $4,000
which had settled In It In dust was
recovered from It So said the fiuldo.
u er venerable looklu old gentle
man who. of course, would not He
The Presidio. t
The Presidio with Its garrison otl
40110 or 5.000. lis parade grounds,
line ol tartans ana piper? ana .a t ,.,,em wnlks !iml ,irvcs 1r another i
choice of r00 slnsors .IoIuk honoi,,, p,..,m.scn- show ulaees which
Baet &, Daley
hitt-Prk'n iolhier. HaUere awl Furnishers
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1903.
Twenty-three acres of ground are
needed to bury London's dead of
The iegislatuie of -Manitoba was
formally opened yesterday by Sir
' Daniel McMillan, lieutenant-governor.
William Hooper Young fought furi
' ously acainst his removal to the train
.'for Sing Sing, and he had to bo drag
ged to tho depot.
Willie Shannon, found guilty of
, connection with alleged Yonkers. X.
Y., poolroom, must serve a year in
Sing Sing prison.
Italy now declares that she must
have equal treatment with Germany
and another hitch has occurred In tho
Mrs.' Frank Lavalleur wan arrested
at Newton, la., yesterday, charged
with the murder of her husband. La
. valleur was the woman's third hus
Bx-Governot Stanley of Kansas has
been named to fill the position nu
the Indian commission made vacant
by tho death of the late Henry 1-.
Near Lenape, Kan., yesterday, Clif
ford Davenpon. wanted in Kansab
City for several minor offenses, killed
himself while surrounded by detec
tives, rather than submit to arrest.
A presidential boom in behalf of
William R. Hearst and a bitter attack
on democratic deserters by William J.
Bryan were the chiel events at the
democratic barbecue in Columbus.. O..
The plan Inaugurating the eight
hour labor system in all departments
of the federal government has been
adopted by tha interior department
with regard to employes of the weath
Owing to an attempt to fuse with
the union labor party by the quorum
of the socialist party, a new quorum
has been elected and headquarters
have been moved from St. Louis to
Twelve deaths as the result of tho
grip an increase of 100 per cent over
the week before were reported last
week In New York city, and there
; were nearly four times as many
deaths recorded last week as there
were In the corresponding week last
A. W. Cav.s, San Francisco.
C. I. Flyru. Halter City.
Dr. E. O. Kirby. Klgtn.
Mrs. E. G. Kirby. Elgin,
liossie Pepper, Elgin.
F. H. Ashton. Chicago.
F. A .Harcke, lone.
F. H. Foulty, Tacoma.
C. E. Stodler, Walla Walla.
Mart P. Hamilton.
O. U Warden. Portland.
W. C .Welzel, Portland.
A. P. Uradbury, Portland.
G. H. Gundmondson, Tacoma.
William Slasher, city.
W. R. Glendenlng. Portland.
George Stevens. Spokane.
R. A. Seeds. Spokane.
T. V. Jackson, Spokane.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
Chinese, dressed as squaws, aio
being smuggled Into Seattle in Indian
A bill to create a labor commission
er In Oregon passed the house Friday
by a vote of 43 to 3.
There are 13 case of smallpox
among the students at the Washlnr
ton Agricultural College, and measles
lias also broken out.
Alfred Parker, employed in a flour
ing mill at Eugene, Thursday caught
his right hand between two crushing
rollers and suffered the Joss of three
A blizzard is raging thioughout
South and West Wyoming and the
stockmen who are ranging herds and
flocks in rogions where there Is little
feed, are now greatly alarmed.
Mrs. llertha Martin, of Astoria, who
left her husband six weeks ago, re
turned Thursday night with a hand
some man, stole into the houso, seized
her r-year-old boy and escaped by s
Sheriffs from 1C counties In Ore
gon hold a sorle of meetings In Salem
this week and Thursday perfected an
organization ot a sheriffs' union. It
Is expected that every sheriff in the
state will become a member.
Tho body ot the man found Wed
nosday near Marshal, Wash., has been
Identified as that of William Strohe,
At ono time ho was reputed to bo
possessed of considerable wealth, but
ho lost it all through unfortunate Investments.
George Ness. Cold Spiings.
F. J. Gardner, Portland.
Mrs. W. D. Benedict, Echo.
A. H. Robinson. Echo.
W. A. DeConnet. Boise.
W. D. Wallace. Wnitsburg.
Mrs. J .E .McDaniels. Weston.
F. H. Sloan, Pullman,
M. C. Gray, Pullman.
V. McArthur. Grangevllle.
Clara Walker, Colfax.
Mrs. J. O. McCoy. Echo.
C. D .McCoy. Euliu.
F. I.. McCoy. Echo.
G. D .Galley.' Portland.
Emma C. Storla, Milton.
G. H. Hewitt. Chicago.
G. Eland, Weston.
M. Eland, Weston.
W Lawson, Spokane.
G. D. Kincald, Palouse.
V, L.i Hammond, "Palotipe, , ',
Laura Richards. Pilot Kool,
G. W. Williams, Spokane.
W .McRoberts, Spokane.
C. O. Marcy. Walla Walla.
Tom Morgan, City.
E. Hankel. Pilot Rock.
Sam Howard. Pilot Rock.
C. Eilertsen, Haines.
William Morrison. Moro.
N. Bon4reak. Denver.
J. Wade. Summervlllo.
W. S. Davison, Portland.
M. Houser, Portland.
With song and dance to the nicmoiv
of RrliPft Hums, and on tho text an
equally large gathering of entUuslastlr
Irishmen payiiu? their ie.spi.els ti'
"the Haip that once thro' Tnni':
1 alls." am! no doubt "viy right li
the week and perlmpn in the month.
i-uhl be occupied l t'u different
nationalities w.iirb have taken root
in this bnsv cl. But. although thio
ls a busy city, the Idler lrom oil Inndx
and in all walks ol life is hero. In a
partv of six. who found themselves
togethei one night there was one
irom Manila. ot. each from Colorado.
Texas. New Mexico. Australia and
should not be overlooked A mini
ln-i or very formidable looking guns
behind walls of sotld masonry are
placed in position to command the en
trance to the Golden Gale. A
.-ilioonoi out at sea was towing In
h'M- wake some kind of craft rigged
mi tor the purpos" on whirl) the ellk
ieiipy of the gunners was being test
ed In the Piesldio ceineter among
the lows are ni.in marked by a mar
Me flub with the Inscription "un
known" brought here from thr Phil-,)
Ippines and the various other places' i
iwheie their country's service called.
and death had found them, audi
somewhere In many a home Is the 1
! vacant chair once occupied by thei
A number of vears ago tho writer j sleepers in these unknown graves.
of this epistle v,-as helplm to build a' The city cemeteries have their own!
railway op I'uget Pound and along in attractions and a quiet hour or u
the lull of the year every second man j number of quiet hours can bo spent'
in camp was working for a " 'Frisco here. Sailor, soldier civilian, the1
stake," and toward this end nil friv-l wonderer from every clime have hero!
olitlcs. luxuries mid some of the nee-' found their Inst restlnsr tdace and.
essltles of life were sternlv sacrificed, i here side by side In counties s limn
Tho "'Frisco stake' 'il may lie ?-ibers aie found
Pialned in passing, consisted of any-. "The lowly stone and stately column
where from ?25 to $100. the $100. of Which lioar alike the meaning sol-
fourse. preferred, and with this cum l
the festive railioader shook the tli.stThat
ot rather the mud of the camp from;
his teet, departed gaily .houthwau'i
and was seen .lo more until the fol
lowing spring, when he would return
ami regale his less enterprising ro-l v
workers wllh fairy tales of his wlnte.
life in 'Frisco. There Is. of conr.
a variety of explanations for the mag-1
a soul hath read life's story
C .E. M'LELLAN
otter One llnmlreil Dollars lte--ardi
l'l . Ill .lll.Y IUM ui i.u.urii uim luuuui Ul' l
. 1 rureii bv Hnll'- tatarrli fure.
V. .1. 'XV I O . lVnnu . To fHn. f
We, the imclerslsneil. have known V J. I
netism which seems to draw all soil--! Cheney for the lal in .vears. and twllevoi
mil riinillllmm or men and women I mm nei'ieeiiy iiuiiorauie m nil business
and commons oi men ami "uu"-" transartlons ami fmatidiillv able tn carrvM
..,,, .... uiii uny ounsuiionH niaiie nv ineir nnn.
student seeking to Increase his Know I WKST A TM.WX. Wholesale DrugKlsts,
edge can .find educational facilities '.n KIXNAS . MAUVIX, wll(1I
of the best. Tome seeKer utter -hp:i-i snIp ururalsts, Toledo. O I
11 ro Ul IinsitHT hnV rlir(St?llte(l l)V t Hull's f'nrnrrh Piim Io fnlf mi InfArnnllv.
l.n..A n .1. ..... l.Mn l.h-...! i :lit In-' ilirwt l iitnn tlin lilnnil it ml ttiii I
dozen concert halls offers a range of t
KILL THE DANDRUFF GERM
Or Your Hair Will Fall Out Till You
Modern science has discovered that
dandruff is caused by a germ that digs
nil the scalp In scales, as it burrows
down tc the roots ol the hair, where J some kind of a composition, placed in
enteitalument at surprising!) moder-!
hie cost. If he tires of this ami seek;" 1
more serious things there are able I
lectures on a variety of subjects.!
Church buildings with imlpit orator-.,
cushioned news, pipe organs and1
open doors. '
U. S. Mint. I
The mint Is f ne of the show places '
or San Francisco, and is well worth I
a visit. It is open to visitors every j
working day in the year lrom 9 to
11. and can turn out brand new monev
at the rate of ntarly $5,000,000 a day.
if you hae a gold brick worth any
where from $50 to $5,000,000 you can
take It to the mint today, get Unci"
Sam's receipt for it. come back to
morrow and get the same gold in $20
pieces, without costing yen a cent for
There are s. number of room.-
through which I he visitors are shown.
In the melting room the gold is seen
first in bricks, $20,000 in each brick.
and looked very tempting; these arc I
placed In the melting pots, meltei'
and poured Into molds where they
harden Into bars about a foot long,
half an inch thick and an inch wide,
then the go to the piess-room, where
they are .passed between rolls ol a
number of ton? pressure, and come
out In bars about flvo feet long 'in1
the right thickness for $5 gold pieces
which were being coined at that tim.'
These bars are then covered witn I
it destroys the hair's vitality, causln
fulling hair. and. ultimately, baldness.
After Prof Iliinn, of Hamburg. Ger
Mfiiy, discovered the dandruff germ,
all efforts to find a remedy tailed until
the groat laboratory dlscqvery was
made which resulted In Newbro's .Her-
,a copper lime and 3Ubjecteii to a 'er-i
tain temiMiratnre of beat to soften ,
them, Thuy ate then passed on toj
another room where the coins are cut !
out and stampel and the edges ot the'
bar,s nre returned to the melting pot. I
The newly made coins were In fight'
I'iclde. It alone of all other hair prep-' and looked very bright nnd nice.,
arollons kills the dandruff germ With-1 there did not jeem to be auythliii; to
cut dandruff, hair rows luxuriantly, j prevent a handful or two from being'
"Destroy the couso you remove tho rocketed but perhaps good and suf-
efleet" Sold by F. W. Schmidt & Co.' -
Send 10c In stamps for sumpip to The I
jh-i jni -nit- ijt-iiuii. ..1 i II.
Our iiru" store seonis to
be getting busier every day.
It must be, for sales are run
ning bigger, we have more
help and yet have to keep otl
the go all the time.
There's sometliin-,' fas
cinating about a popular
store that makes it a pleas
ant place to trade. Come
and see how nice ours is.
R W. SCHMIDT & CO.,
Phone Main 851
ARE Y0O READY TO BUY
Cheap Rates Westbound,
Prom February 15 to April ?0, 1903,
inclusive, ihe O. li. & N. Co. willta
have on sale tickets from Missouri .
ntver points to Pendleton for $22.50;
from St. Paul, $25.00; from St. Louis,
$27.50. Call on the O. It. & N. ticket
agent for all particulars.
Nearly Forfeits His Life.
A runaway almost ending fatally
started a horrible ulcer on tho leg of
J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, III. For
four yeara it defied all doctors and all
remedies. Hut Bucltlcn's Arnica Salvo
bad no trouble to cure him. Equally
good for burns, bruises, akin erup
tions and piles. 25 cents at Tallnian
& Co.3 drug store.
$3,750, two houses and 75x100 fee,
on Garden street. Tlents for $33 per
month. Address J. M. I.eezer, 269
Clay street, Portland, Or.
Cheap lodgings for the pooi will be
provided In several buildings to bo
erected In Vienna, on the model of the
Itowton houses, In London.
Prices 1 cent and up.
Take a look at tho dis
play in our window.
Book and Stationery Store
THEN LOOK AT THIS LIST
A lodging hotiM.', 14 rooms and lot,
very centrally located, $2500.
A lot nixiut three bl .cks froji Main
A limine, S rooiiwt and lot, live bloeka '
oil "Jhilu stieet, $1100. 1
Olher houses and lots from soo in.
Single lots from $125 to f300 accord
ing to locatlou.
Four lots together' 1600.
Rlx lots together, $S50.
$150o'rtee" lots together, whole block,
Will sell for ca-h or on easy terms.
Will explain and show property up
on application. I-endleton is growing
rapidly uud Investments now will, in
my opinion, prove prollUible. To the
iverage man In the West, the surest
way to profit la In real estate Invest
ments. C. D. BOYD, III Court Street
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I$J.25 Values of our Best Lines of ) rM
$J.50 I Shirts left after fall business
1 5FF VAfNnOA
I have jti.st received a shipment of Incubators,
Brooders and Green Bone Cutters. The tiwinj
B of poultry is a paying business, and a few dollars
4 carefully invested willlbring many in return.
y I have a first-class line and it will pay you to ex- H
M amine the same before buying elsewhere.
II T, C. TAYLOR THE HARDWARE !A
l 74t Main Street M
i Our Banner Month I
We are trying to make this oat H
Banner Month and in order to do so H
are offering rare inducements. You'll
make money by investigating- H
I THERKELSEN'S PIANO HOUSE, B
l'lllt are the beat.
315 East Court Street.
Have Your Water Pipes Examined and Repaired
Delay will lead, to serious breaks.
First-class work guaranteed by
BECK, the Reliable Plumbe.
Court street, opposite the Golden Rule Hotel
HOW DO YOU SSTSitftf
The new store can never be A HVPHT O
known nnless It advertises rWmJ V C n 1 ' w