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Out of town people
can baro their plat
and bridge work fin
iahed In one da
Ws will give you • roc
22k gold er pore*1:-
$ 3 .5 '
Molar Cro.no 5 . 0
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nainleiw work done anywhere. All work fully guar
nnteeil. Modern electric equipment, beet method*
Live Ducks in demand, at
Dressed Veal up to 130 lbs
Dressed H o g s .....................
Live Hens and Spr.ngs,. . .
Dressed Hens and Springs
Dressed Turkeys, 22Jc to.
Dressed Geese, ..................
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"Yes,” said the bride of three short
months, "I had made up my mind to
remaliy In the spinster class, then Joha
appeared upon the scene and I ac
cepted him because he was so unlike
"Oh, of course he’s different,” re
joined the envious lady friend. “ He
proposed.” —Yonkers Statesman.
If Your Eyes Bother You
get a box o f PETTIT’ S EYE SALVE,
old, reliable, most successful eye rem
All druggists or Howard
Bros., Buffalo, N. Y.
A n A n n u al L u xu ry.
An English boy went to visit his
two Scotch cousins during his summer
vacation. His breakfast every morn-
Ing consisted of plain oatmeal, and he
got very tired of it. "Say, Jack,” he
said, "don’t you ever have milk with
Jack turned to his brother. "Eh,
Tom," he said, "the lad thinks It’s
Christmas.” —Success Magazine
A P eep A h ea d.
T h e y w e re a b o u t to op en the Pana
m a ca n a l in d u e form .
“ W h a t are w e w a itin g fo r ? ” ask ed
the m an w h o w as to d e liv e r th e o r a
“ W e are w a itin g ,” a n sw ered the m a s
te r o f c e re m o n ie s in a h u sk y w h isper,
“ to see if w e c a n ’ t s c a r e up a fe w
A m e r ic a n b u ilt sh ip s to g o
th rou g h
first!”— C h ic a g o T ribune.
th r o u g h o u t E u rop e, A sia M inor, S ib e r
ia, N o rth e rn C hina, A b y ssin ia , N o r th
ern A fr ic a , M a d eira an d the C anary
L A Z Y L IV E R
“ I find Cascarets so good that I would
not be without them. I was troubled a
great deal with torpid liver and headache.
Now since taking Cascarets Candy Cathar
tic I feel very much better. I shall cer
tainly recommend them to my friends as
the best medicine I have ever seen.”
Osborn Mill No. a, Pall River, Mass.
CUT THIS OUT. mail it with your ad-
dress to the Sterling Remedy Company,
Chicago, III., and rec ive a handsome sou
venir Gold Bon Bon FREE.
J. P. Morgan, T. F. Ryan and Levi
P. Morton Form Combine.
B.GGEST MERGER IN AMERICA
Represents Three Banking and Trust
Com panies, With Deposits o f
FRANK L SMITH MEAT CO.
O ver * 1 3 3 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 .
“Fighting the Beef Trust"
W is e D e n t a l Co.
New York, Jan. 4.—J. Pierpont Mor
gan, Thomas F. Kyan and Levi P. Mor
ton linked hands in New York today
C a m o m ile .
It Is said not only that decoctions in a trust company merger which
or the leaves dried and powdered of unites resources of $150,000,000.
the common camomile will destroy
It is a triple combination, bringing
Insects, but that nothing contributes the Guaranty Trust company, the Mor
so much to the health of a garden as ton Trust company and the Fifth Ave
a number of camomile plants dis nue Trust company, all of this city,
persed through It. No greenhouse or
under one head with the title o f the
hothouse should be without camomile
Guaranty Trust company.
in a green or in a dried state; either
The merger is perhaps the largest of
the stalks or the flowers will answer.
its kind in the United States. Directors
Clip This Out.
of all three companies met today and
At the first sign of rheunlatic pains informally proposed the terms of
... . be put in
, or a feeling
” , of being
, . l gen-1
orally run down and weakened, the fol-
lowing simple prescription should be definite form Wednesday, when another
¡directors’ meeting will be held and the
“ One ounce compound svrup Sarsa-- plan ratified by stockholders. The for-
parilla; one ounce Toris compound; h a lf. nial vot® wil1 Q°t be takea u*“ *1 >a‘ er-
pint high grade whiskey. Mix them
Levi P. Morton, president of the
aud take a tablespoonful before each Morton Trust company and of the Fifth
meal and at bedtime. The bottle mu9t;A v « “ " e Tru8t company— both known
be well shaken each time.”
as Morton Ryan concerns— has cou-
Any druggist has these ingredients or sented to act as chairman of ^he Yioard
he will get them from his wholesale of
* * the merged companies. No
dent has been selected. Alexander J.
Hemphill, vice-president and acting
m jt i r y « lo n e I, y M o s q u it o e s .
president of the Guaranty Trust corn
Before the draiuing and diking of pany, has been mentioned for the posi
England and Holland, mosquitoes, ma- . tion.
The new move in finance follows tho
larla, chills and fever were as bad aa
in our Southern States to-day.
Un recent absorption of the Guaranty
diked and undralned, neither of thess i Trust . , company by the . so-called
. . . Mor-
countries had risen to its place In his- f,an ln,erests- but uPo n .Ju,t "h a t terms
the merger was made is not disclosed,
tory, but had been balked by malarial The Guaranty Trust company was or
ganized in 1891 and has total deposits
of more than $88,000,000.
The danger from slight cuts or
The Morton Trust company, formerly
wounds is always blood poisoning. The the banking house of Bliss, Morton &
immediate application o f Hamlin’s Co., was organized in 1899. Thomas F.
Wizard oil makes blood poisoning lm- Ryan is vice-president.
aK&re!?ate more than $45,000,000. Liko
the Guaranty Trust company, its capi
So L ik e a M en .
tal and surplus are $2,000,000 each.
The Fifth Avenue Trust company,
"G eorg e, did y ou g o an d o r d e r th a t
founded ten years ego, is one of the
p a rlo r lam p 1 told y o u 1 w a n te d ? ”
better known up town financial insti
"N o , L a u r a ; I clea n fo r g o t I t "
With a capital and surplus
" W h y , I ask ed y o u to tie a strin g tutions.
arou n d y o u r Anger to rem in d y o u o f it, o f $1,000,000 each it has paid large
and you said you would.”
| dividends. The capital stock df the
"I know I did, but in the abstraction
company probably will be fixed at
of the moment I tied It around my $-5,000,000, with perhaps a like amount
It is believed that the
merger will involve the large stock
and cash dividends to the shareholders
“ A u n t H ep sy, w h at d o th ey u *s ‘In o f the three companies.
The present premises o f the Fifth
v is ib le h a irp in s’ f o r ? "
“ T o fa sten up In v isib le
hair, « Avenue Trust company will be retained
as a branch o f the combined companies
cou rse, ch ild ."
while the main offices will be in the
It is rumored that the Morgan in
terests had acquired the holdings of
Thomas F. Kyan in the Morton Trust
company, but no statement on this
point was obtainable.
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CALIFOBNIA HAS NEW PEST.
CONCENTRATED FIR TREE OIL toy
\>etsQwa\ wAVtae as
sistance, oj \\ve ewe, Vm\y We$vc\a\
VaxaVvve t&me&y Sy cjFv^s &tlu\r
pure, not a compound. Na‘ ure’s natural remedy,
from the Douglas Fir Tree. Has wonderful anti
septic and healing properties. On account of its
penetrating power it is quickly taken up by the
blood corpuscles and carried to all parts of the
body, destroying and carrying off all impurities
both of the flesh and bones, leaving the system in
a purified condition. It is indispensable for all
affections of the nose, throat and lungs, such as
colds, hoarseness, tuberculosis, bronchitis, pneu
monia. catarrhal troubles, rheumatism, eczema
and all skin diseases, kidney, liver and bladder
troubles, also for sprains, sore muscles and lame
back. Mailed upon receipt of stamps or money
order; bottles 25ets., 50 cts. and $1 sizes.
refunded if purchaser is not more than satisfied.
P u g e t S o u n d W o o d P ro d u cts C o..
C. Gee Wo
The Chinese Doctor
This wondeful man has
made a life study o f the
properties o f Roots,
Herbs and Barks, and
is giving the world the
benefit o f his services.
| No Mercury, Poisons
or Drugs Used. No
! Operations or Cutting
Guarantees to cure Catarrh, Asthma. Lung.
Stomach and Kidney troubles, and ail Privata
Diseases of M n and Women.
A S U R E C A N C E R CURE
Just received from Pekin, China—safe, sure
and reliable. U-failing in its works.
I f you cannot Call, write for symptom blank
and circular. Inclose 4 cents in stamps.
The C. Gee Wo Medicine Co.
W ATER SYSTEM
IN Y O U R N O M E
Means an unfailing «rater «upply. it
n sans that you will havo ths rovt p* acti-
cal Domes lie water an ply system now in
use. .No < leva ted tank no froaen pipes In
winter, no stagnant Wktsr in iuitu$ «r, no
water supply troubles of any sort. Tank
placed in ha.«' ment. out of 8isht and way.
made of pressed steel, will not rust and
wiH la*t a 'ifetime.
You will bepieased with the LEADER
system of furmshina Domestic Water
S u n y A«k for our catalogue and free
booklet. How I Solved My Water "apply
Va\)v\s dd\\y so\W\ assistant« to notate,
may be ^roAuaWy dispensed w\ltv
when, no tender neeàeà.as the best oj
remedies when teamed ate to assist
natare.an&nel to supplant the natataX
^unctvons. which must depend vWv—
matety upon proper nourishment,
proper ejjotls.atid tv^VtWva^ ÇeaeraWy
F ig S y r u p C o .
SOLO BV ALU LEADING DRUGGISTS
RI SIZEOmy- RZOULAR PRICE SO* PCR BOTTLE
-fo w a r,
Ask your doctor about the
wisdom of your keeping Ayer’s
Cherry Pectoral in the house,
ready for colds, coughs, croup,
bronchitis. If he says it’s all
right, then get a bottle of it
at once. Why not show a
little foresight in such matters?
Early treatment, early cure.
Message In Sections.
Washington, Jan. 4.— Following a
forenoon conference with presidents of
six of the great
President Taft late this afternoon an
nounced a ehange o f program in the
sending o f his message dealing with
interstate commerce and anti trust law
amendments to congress.
The message will be split into two
parts. The section dealing with trusts
will be sent to congress Thursday noon.
The section dealing with the interstate
commerce law, in which railroads are
directly interested, will be deferred un
til Friday. The president’s special
message on conservation o f natural re
sources is expected to be ready for con
W « b a n ish a le o h e l
fr o m o u r m od let nee
We urce y o u t e
Many a boy is called dull and stupid,
when the whole trouble it due to a lazy
lirer. We firmly believe your own doc
tor will tell you that an occasional dose
of Ayer's Pills will do such bo vs a gresf
deal of good. They keep the liver active.
SV«**2. O. * r «r Co., u w i , Z i -
line at Sonthampton pending the out
come of diplomatic negotiations to de
termine the man’s nationality. The
negro was deported from South Africa
after he had been eonvieted o f a crime
and served a sentence in a British
prison. He was returned to New York,
but was refused permission to land
there as he was unable to satisfy the
authorities of his American citizenship.
A new and wonderful
m u s ic a l inatr mont,
which is a combination
of the vrand Italian
harp und guitar. It has
a beautiful tone and is
positively the easiest
instrument to play ever
made. W e teach you h '
your own home. As si
advertisement we arc
GOING TO GIVE AWAY
one of our $12.50 Harp
Guitars to each of the
flrst ten n r w n i in each county who rend us the r name, addreas and wrnm the ham h, for. SI*
down ItlGiiT t ’ OW and drop us a curd and be one of the lucky few, as they are soina fast!
HARP.GUITAR MfG. CO., 428 Lumber [«change Building, Portland, Ora
| I Low Holiday rates now 'n<
I I fr<H, »eholarah .> in each city
• ty . —
-r • C
— ... u
*i I r Gina«
O n e SaccenM ful l i n e .
" D o c t o r , y o u 're n ot s o fo o lish as to
think y ou ca n m ak e p eop le p ood by
p e rfo r m o n g op e ra tio n s on them , are
y ou ?”
" T h a t d ep en d s u p on w hnt y o u call
making people good. You can check
their disposition to commit crime.”
"As, for example"— ■
“ Well. I once knew a man who was
cured, by a simple operation, of a ten
dency to rob banks and hold up rail
“ Did you perform It. doctor?"
" N o ; I w a s merely culled on to v e r
ify the resu lt a fte r the o p era tion w as
o v e r ."
"W e ll, w h o did p e rfo rm It?”
“ A fr o n tie r sh eriff."— C h ic a g o T r ib
N e e d e d A t t e n t io n .
B AK ING PO W D E R
J U S I RIGHT
< S n 3211E a S E >
C h a n c e fo r n D a r g a ln ,
Dejected Youth—I would like to re*
turn this engagement rin g 1 p u rch a sed
here a few days ago.
J e w e le r— D idn’ t It su it the
la d y ?
D e je cte d Y o u th — Yes, bu t an o th e r
y o u n g m an had alrea d y g iv e n her on e
Just like it. and I w ou ld like to e x
ch a n g e It fo r a w ed d in g p resen t.— T ld -
The Parent—Are you sure you give
my boy as much attention in school as
T a k in g Him at Ills W o rd .
you do the other boys?
U p g a rd so n — It g o e s w ith o u t sayin g
The Teacher— Attention? Why, say,
I’m afraid to take my eyes off that)
Atom—Then suppose we let It ■«
boy of yours.— Yonkers Statesman.
i that way. Lovely afternoon, isn’t It?
F o r In fa n ts and C h ild ren .
The Kind You Have
AM 1 gelabte Prcp.iralionfor.is
similaliiigitefbodandRfgula Bears the
ling Ute Siomadis amliiowls of
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
nfants ^ C h u d k e n
ness and ResiContaios neitiw
N ot N arcotic .
Htcjpe of Ofd DtS MUllimmi
Z B ifr -
him Seed -
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and LOSS of S leep .
Facsimile Signature of
E. B. U.
A t b m o n th s o ld
o « * - J 5 CEim
Exact Copy o f Wrapper.
YHC CKNTAUffi «OMFANT, MKW YORK CITY.
000 , 000 .
Town Nearly Wiped Ont.
Watertown, 8. !).. .Tan. 5.— The town
of Castlewood, 18 miles »outh o f here,
narrowly missed being wiped oat by
fire o f unknown origin tonight. The
entire south side of Main street is in
»»hen, entailing s lota estimated at
$180,000, when 12 buildings were de-
»troyed. The fire did not stop anti)
the Inst building on the south side of
March Cause o f Mutiny.
Fishers Island, N. Y., Jan. 4.— Many the street was destroyed. Late tonight
o f the non-commissioned officers snd the fire bad burned itself out on the
men o f the One Hundred and Thirty- extreme edge o f Main street.
First company, U. 8. Const Artillery,
Paper Trust Probe Near.
are confined in the guardhouse, at Fort
H. G. Wright, as n result o f a mutiny
Ne r York, Jan. 5.—The federal
- Saturday. The company was ordered grand jury here is expected to take
1 out for a march of 15 miles nnd all up shortly the invejtigation o f tho al-
‘ 'nation w
, but nine men declined to do the duty, leged paper combination
which the fed-
| It was declared authoritatively today eral authorities bars been looking into,
‘ that a majority o f tho men in the com- following the action which led to the
1 pany had been ordered before a eourt- dissolution o f the manila fiber paper
The RAYO LAMP 1« a high grade lamp fold at a low prleu
There are I hhi |« that cost more but there 1« no better lamp
at any prlt e The Burner, the Wick, the Chimney Holder —
all « r e vital thing« lu a lamp; these Darts of ihe RAYO
LAMP are |>erfcetly constructed aiui there 1« nothing
known lu the art o f lamo-maklng that could add to th«
Yulue of the RAYO a a a light-gi vTng device. Suitable for
ly room in the house. Every dealer everywhere,
f not nt yours, write for descriptive circular to th*
nearest Agency o f ‘the
Free from opiates.
AU Druggist*. 28 casta.
Train Is Lost In Desert.
Salt Lake, Utah, Jan. 5.— Train No.
4, carrying 100 to 150 passengers from
Los Angeles to Salt Lake, is marooned
on the desert, 34 miles from Calinete,
Nev., the track before and behind it
and they keep you
having been torn out by the flood o f
dry while you are
Inst week. The train is well stocked
with provisions and there is no suf
< 3 0 0
fering. As soon as wagons can reach
the stalled train, a matter of three or
four days, the passengers will be
Manila Haa Cancer Cars.
GUMANTFED WAWfPOOOF X
Manila, Jan. 4.— A conditional and brought to Barclay, six miles west of
Atom«, where a train will be waiting
preliminary report o f what is hoped to bring them into Salt Lake.
A J TD w e p CO. B oston . U SA.
TbwzR C anadian C o . umitco . to *
for cancer was presented before the
John D., Jr., Deep Delver.
Manila Medical society today. The
New York, Jan. 5.— “ I am heart and
treatment consists in making the pa
A ca r e fu l estim a te s h o w s th at th s tient immune from the further prog- soul in this investigation,” said John
b u ild in gs and land on M a n h atta n Isl ! ress of the disease by the use of vac
D. Rockefeller, Jr., today as he en
an d from the B a ttery to C entral P ark cine prepared from his own cancer.
tered the Criminal Courts building to
arc w orth 12.900.000.000.
I Experiments have been made during
the last eight months, both in cases talk over the plans for the “ white
where operation was possible and where slave” investigation. Mr. Rockefeller
it was not. A number o f patients, ap was yesterday selected a foreman of
parently cured, were exhibited before the grand jury which is to make the
“ If these stories are
true,” he said, referring to the alle
gations o f wholesale traffic in women,
Negro Befused Entrance.
London, Jan. 4.— A negro who claim* “ the truth about them should be known
American citizenship is an unwelcome definitely. I f they are false they
guest of the Union Castle Steamship should be silenced.”
We publieh our fora elee
LEWIS & STAVER CO.
Insect Like Ladybug Lays Waste Many
Jackson, Cal., Jan. 4.— A bug, some
what like the common ladybug, has
made its appearance near here.
sowing a piece o f land to grain, a num.
qj SeTOttYvtocV eivaUis
ber o f sacks were left over night in
An examination the next
day led to the discovery that each sack
was swarming with small bugs with a
dark yellowish back.
Other parts o f this county were af
fected by the same kind o f insects, it
! is believed, last year. The lands so
visited were denuded o f all vegetation,
and the soil produced nothing for that
season. It was as if a fire had swept
over the surface. One large ranch had
fully 100 acres so affected last year.
VVhllc there is no general appearance
To^ fobcnsÿttaV^jcdvalvKtysbuy lhe denuttt», of the bug in the county, it has ap
peared in localities wide apart.
MANuF-ACTuRCO BV v».e
COMET W ILL BRUSH EABTH.
* M ir .r t. ««
| Aeroplaning Is another miracle of
Facific Coast WiU Have Best View ,ractlcat science—another impoastbll-
About May 18.
, ity shown to be possible— another
Oakland, Cal., Jan. 5. — H alley’s Iream of centuries realized, but real-
comet will give the Pacific Coast a Ized in a manner which none but this
feneration could have understood,
close brush this year on May 18, be-
tween the hours of 4 and 10 o ’clock Will the history of the steam locomo-
p, ni., and the “ brush” will be some- five repeat itaelf? The actual maxt-
Professor num speed on railways is no higher
Charles Burkhalter, of the Chabot ob- :o-day than It was sixty years ago.
I ihough, of course, the train loads are
The earth will then pass through the , ery different. Will It be so wi'h the
last of the 20,000,000-nnIe tail of tho , er0„ i ane«
celestial visitor, and the result ought i
™ as dazzling * a piece
t"“ ' of fireworks
as this generation has jver witnessed, lyrup the best remedy to use (ox theirciiUUrsa
ri,„ astronomer insists that k he
“ nothing to say” about so dramatic a
S m all Hu mining; Dlrd.
situation, fraught not only with awe
Cuba probably has the smallest hum
inspiring possibilities to the dwellers
on the globe, but fraught, as well, with ming bird in the world—Catypte Hel-
possibilities of tragic moment. Whether snae (named after Princess Chris
or not the earth's dive through the tian), but It may have a rival In ttml-
com et’s tail will mean anything more ness in a Peruvian species of Acea-
than a dazzling starry spectacle, Pro
trura. The Calypte Helenas Is an ex
fessor Burkhalter will not predict. He
quisite little creature not quite two
Inches long, with a forked crimson
“ Wait and see.”
The news that H alley’s comet will gorget.
be seen only on the Pacific Coast has
... . ,
Pitts CURfO IN 6 TO 14 DAYS
not hitherto been published, although !
the fact has been known for some time •f - - ltchinic.
Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Pilu
to the astronomers of the world, many I to 1* days or money
o f whom will journey to California to
be on the scene when the great phe
An amusing story has been told con
nomenon takes place.
In discussing the comet, the astrono cerning Mr. Phillips' classic drama,
“ Ulysses.” When it was being played
“ Astronomers Crontelin and Cowell, In America, two young girls were sit
of the Royal observatory at Greenwich, ting together In the stalls at a matinee
have probably made the most exhaust
performance, and before the curtain
ive researches into the history of the
rose the following conversation was
“ According to the computations Hal beard: “ Say, Maude. I know this play
ley ’s comet will reach the descending Is going to be funny.” “ What makes
node on May 18, 1910, when it will be 1 you think so?" asked Maude. "Why,
in a direct line between the orbits of anybody could tell that from the
the earth and the sun, and it so hap sa m e!” was the reply.— M. A. P.
pens that the earth will reach that par
ticular point of its orbit about the
It Cures Whits You Walk.
same time. Should the calculations o f
Allen’s Foot-Ease is a certain euro for hot,
the astronomers prove to be rigidly ex
all Druggists. P r i c e t ’.-a'i iu, ,.t any
act, the comet will pass directly be by
nibst tuto. Trial package FULK. AUdreai
tween the earth and the sun between Aliens. Olmsted, Lo Hoy, N. Y.
the hours of 4 and 10 o ’clock stand
tOu F a m in e.
ard Pacific time.
Willie, a little country boy, 6 years
“ Assuming that it will happen dur
ing the middle o f this time, or 7 p. m., of age, was taken one Sunday night
it will be visible over the Pacific Ocean, to a large city church, where he saw
Eastern Asia and Western North. Amer for the first time a vested choir. To
his mother's surprise and gratification,
he not only kept wide awake, but
BANK MBBGEB GBOWS.
seemed greatly interested In every
part of the service. At Its close he
Big Money Trust Adda $61,000,000 In
turned to her and said, “ I like this
church, It Is so nice to watch the
New York, Jan. 5.— J. Pierpont Mor preacher when he comes out with all
gan and associates may control, through his wives In their nightgowns."— Har
further trust company mergers in New per’s Magazine.
York, the enormous sum of $210,000,000
in deposits alone.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
This Js approximately $25,000,000 Taka LAXATIVE BROMO yuinine TableU.
more than the deposits of the National Drumfists refund money if it fails to cure. E W.
City bank of this city, the largest finan GROVE’S sisnature ia on each box.
cial institution in the United States.
Reports of additional trust company Died at E l s h l r -e ls h t n i Predicted.
Prophesying early In life that she
consolidation are given credence in
view of yesterday’s announcement of would live to see her eighty-eighth
the merger by J. P. Morgan Jfc Co., of birthday, Miss Julia H. Hancock, ol
the Guaranty Trust, Morton Trust and Brockton, Mass., died a few days ago
Fifth-Avenue Trust companies, with on the day she had previously set for
combined doposits o f about $150,000,000. her death. Infirmities of age are given
This brought a revival in the finan sia the cause. She gave no particular
cial district of rumors embracing the
Hankers Trust and the Manhattan reason for her prediction, although she
Trust companies in the same combina seemed Imbued with the belief that her
tion. There were definite reports that prophecy would come true.
the Mercantile Trust company and the
T o -D a y aud To-Atorro«r*
Equitable Trust company eventually
Happy men are full of the present,
would be taken into some eort o f a
for Its bounty suffices them: and wise
In point of fact, the Bankers Trust men also, for Its duties engage ttuvn.
company is closely affiliated with the Our grand business undoubtedly Is
so-called Morgan interests in that two not to see what lies dimly at a dla-
partners in tho Morgan banking houso
but to do what lies clearly at
— Georgo W. Perkins and Henr
hand.— Edward FitzGerald. "Polonlua."
Davison— sit in the directorate of th e ,
Beat School of Shorthand.
Other directors o f the Bankers Trust
We guarantee positions.
company, including A. B. Hepburn and
629 Woiceslar BaikU. Pollasi Oref
A. H. Wiggin, president and vice-presi-1
dent respectively of the Chase National
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bank, and William H. Porter, president.
o f the Chemical National bank, are
active in affairs o f the Guaranty Trust
company, which is to be made the
titular head of the Guaranty-Morton-1
Portland Wholesale Grocery Co.,
P o r t la n d . O r e .
Relations between the Morgan inter 2 6 4 1 Taylor St.
ests and the Manhattan Trust company
always have been intimate, though the
latter is not regarded as a Morgan ap QUICKEST W IT H SAFETY
pendage. It is perhaps significant that
the building once occupied by the Man
hattan Trust company is to be razed
soon to make way for a 30-story build
ing to be erected by the Bankers Trust
Deposits o f the Bankers Trust aggre
gate $46,500,000 and those o f the Man t t l «1ST MUHUU TOR
hattan Trust company $13,400,000, so
that the two companies, i f combined
F o r the b a b y often means rest for
with those now in process o f absorp
both mother and child.
tion by “ J. P. Morgan A Associates,”
like it too— it's so palatable to take.
would total in deposits more than $200,-
Portland, Ore., Dec. 31, 09.
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