gffl te " xirt2' f7t i t M 32 ............. . ,. agj I V::iial2y ..i All other powders are cheaper made and in ferior, and leave either acid or alkali in the food ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., 3CJ 'WEIG V C Miss Virginia Penny. Miss Virginia Penny led the way in opening the doors of general industry to women workers half a century ago, de , voting time and money to the object for years, with no compensation except the enjoyment of doing good. Every one of the many thousands of women in the of fices, shops and other places of employ ment in our cities is indebted to Miss Penny, yet she is living in New York in old age without the usual comforts of lifet The writer suggests systematic re lief through the women's clubs and sim ilar bodies. Minneapolis Spectator, t They Touch but to Adorn. Women touch nothing they do not adorn. The cigarette was an humble little wad of tobacco wrapped in tissue paper. Simplicity could go nq further. Since women have taken to srpoking, the cigarette has become decorative, aesthetic and frivolous. Ladies' cigarettes, as they are called, are now sold tipped with petals of violet and rose.. .They are of the finest Turkish tobacco and put up in ( brown, silver edged, cardboard boxes. Hand painted .cigarettes have not yet been introduced. New York Sun. Babies and Voting. The working of woman suffrage in New Zealand is developing a new phase of practical politics. At a recent elec tion a feminine committee was appoint ed to look after babies while their moth ers went to the polls to vote. - The ques-. tion as to who will; take charge of the I children if the women take part in active politics has been made maliciously prom inent by the masculine foes of woman suffrage.- The women of New-Zealand have solved the problem. New York Press. ' Worked Out II er Taxes. . Mrs. Mary Walker of Atlantic City re cently applied to the city council for per mission to work out the amount of her taxes in doing city work on the streets in company with her husband. The re quest was granted, Cape May Corre spondent. A Question of Fair Play. We do not believe there is any justice in one-half of our people making laws for the government of the other half. So long as women are subject to our laws they should have a voice in making them. Lincoln (Neb.) New Republic. : . POOR INDEED! rue prospeci 01 renei irom arasuQ. catnanics -for persons trnub'ed with constipation Is poor indeed. True they not upon Voit bowels, but this they do with violence, and ttielr operation I teud to weaken the intestine 8, and is prejudi cial to the stoma'h. Hostetter'a 8t6mach Bit-, ten! is an effectual laxative, hut it neither (rripps no' enf ebles. Furthermore, it promotes diHePtinn and a regular action of the liver and r the kidneys. It is an efficient barrier against and temeuy for malarial coinplHints and rheu-. matism, ana is ot great Denent to tneweaic, ner vous and aged. As a medlciol stimulant it can not be surpassed. Physicians cordially recom mend it, and its professional Indorsement Is fully borne out by popular experience. Appe tite and sleep are bo h improved by this agree able invigoraut anl alterative. - - ' Poet Has the editor read the poem I left here ycster.'av f uffica boy 1 guess bo, sir; he's sick abed today. THE GKNUINK AND THIS SHAH. Every good thing has its host of imita tors; every genuine article its counterfeits. The imitators always choose the most valuable and popular article to counterfeit, so that when they claim their sham to be equal, or as good, or th same as "So-and-So's," the public may depend upon it that "So-and-So's" article is the best of the kind. Ai.i.cock'r Porous Plabtee is the stand ard nf pxcel'ence the world over, and imi tators in their cry that theirs is ''as good a A .. cock V" are only eniphat-izing this fact and admitting '-A.i.cooiiV to be the. acme of perfection, which it is their high- ; eBC ambition to imitate. The difference : between the genuine and these imitations j is as wide as that between cupper ana gold. Tan only fa e way for purchasers is t.) always insist upon having Aui cock's Pik ouh Pi astkb. It is the oiily perfect plas ter ever produced. : Brandbeth's Pills stimulate the liver. A woman never uses her husband's meer schaum pipe for a hammer more than once. NEW WAV EAST NO DUST. Go East from Portland, Pendleton, Walla Walla via 0. K. & N. to Spokane and Great Northern Railway to Montana, Dakotas, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago, Omaha, St. Louis, East and South.- Bock-ballast track ; tine scenery ; new equipment Great North ern Palace Sh'epers and Diners; Family Tourist Cars; Buffet-Library Cars. Write C. C. Donovan, General Agent, Portland, Oregon, or F. I. Whitney, G. P. & T. A., St. Paul, Minn., for printed matter and in formation about rates, routes, etc. : 8- -1 loS WALL ST., NEW-YORK. DIPLOMATIC DISPATCHES. How They Are Guarded and Counter Guarded In European Courts. . To abstract a paper or steal a dispatch from one of the embassies is not by any means an easy matter. To say that it would be an impossible feat would savor of exaggeration, for in these days of scien tific burglary there is nothing impossible under the sun. Up to the time of writing, however, such an instance is unknown. In the entourage of every embassy there are one or more private detectives who are invariably gentlemen of official or mil itary rank. Notwithstanding, papers of comparatively infinitesimal importance are environed with the same precautions as others of untold value. The documents are all inclosed in an iron safe, the key of which is held by the embassador or min ister only, the latter taking all responsi bility and acting as charge d'affaires in the absence of the former. Dispatches do not remain long at the embassies. At a given date, the length of which varies according to the respective distances of the countries represented, a special messenger is sent to fetch them. A weekly call is made at the British em bassy, but at the American and foreign ones naturally a longer interval is allowed to elapse. ....... .. The messenger from the foreign office brings a bag which is fastened with a pat ent lock and cannot be opened except by the . key in possession of the embassador or the charge d'affaires. When the bag is cleared of its contents, the return dispatch es which the embassador sends to his gov ernment are placed in it and carefully con cealed. It is then closed and returned to the messenger, who conveys it to the min ister for foreign affairs, who opens it with a duplicate key. f If the documents are of special impor tance, they are not intrusted to the ordi nary messenger. ' Some one in the imme diate entourage of the embassy takes' charge of them instead. No one is allowed access to the chancery office In which they are placed, and visitors are only received in rooms dedicated to the purpose. Precautions are carried to such an ex tent at several embassies that if a secreta ry cannot personally ask for instructions from his hierarchical chief he is obliged to inclose his queries in a special locked box, which can only beopened by the du plicate key at its destination, and the re plies are returned in the same manner. It is the rule in each embassy that the dis patch box can only be handed to one of the secretaries and must never by any chance be given into the custody of a stranger. Sworn translators are now only employ ed in certain embassies where the diplo matists do not speak or understand French. Even the Chinese legation ' has now dis pensed with a sworn translator, as the first secretary invariably speaks and under stands the language perfectly. , There are other precautions to be ob served besides those concerned with the possible confiscation of papers. There is the fear of indiscretion in those intimately connected with the legation to be guarded against, and for this reason members of the diplomatic service are debarred in near ly every instance from marrying any one not of their own nationality. Prince Bis marck made this the rule in Germany, and there are very few exceptions to it. If a diplomatist is retained who is married to a foreigner, he is carefully transferred to any country but that of his wife, the rea son being that there are still a few ladies who fail to act up to the old maxim that "discretion is the better part of valor." London Tit-Bits. -, A Cheap Fur. A noted painter related to a circle of friends the following amusing story of his fur lined overcoat, a splendid Nerz, with immense collar and cuffs: "I was once en gaged to paint the portrait of the wealthy but Btingy banker, X , who had pre viously bought some of my pictures at ri diculously low prices. I was not In the v.,,,.- i.,.nnM nii 1... : t ucdu uuiuviai ivi cu. L u VJ l i 1 1 1 o a VVC&9 I painting away at nis stolid features he was i trying to get me to take something off the price agreed upon, and he did it in such a way as to make it difficult to refuse him. Besides, I hate chaffering.' This time, however, I contrived to get the best of the : bargain. Of course he wanted to be paint- I ed in his fur.- As I did ' not require his ' presence while painting the upper part of this garment, I proposed that he should send it to me my servant would put it on and sit in his stead. This was done. I completed the picture, and when he came to pay he insisted on having his discount. But next day I wrote to him: 'I am sorry I cannot return your fur coat just yet, as Unluckily my servant, who sat in it,ihas had an attaek of smallpox. The fur is be ing fumigated and will be at your disposal tomorrow..' By return of post I received the following note from the banker: 'Very awkward 1 Whatever you do, don't bring the fur to my house.' . On the same day I went . out with - the fur coat for the first time. It.fits me admirably. .Of course my servant never had the smallpox." Gar-1 tenlaube. mmm. FOR LITTLE FOLKS. 1 t; A stray n.nten. j j 1 , i. A pretty little kitten, V r ?' ". With coat of downy white, 5 ' Out on the doorstep lying, Was found the other night, J j ' And tender hearted Lily, '--( f ( Who heard poor pussy mew, 5 ; Brought her right In and warmed her . As well as she could dol ...... Ah, soon the tiny stranger i Its gray eyes opened wide ; f "And started softly purring j At watchful Ply's fide,, : , Who filled a great big saucer With bread and milk so sweet That soon the hungry pussy ' Began to sup and eatl v , ., .If pussy won't go straying j ,', From Lily's welcome door, , She never will be hungry . ( Or homeless any more. And she can play with dolly. For Lily says she may, " , And stretch on the piazza Ev'ry sunshiny day. , Annie M. Toohey in Christian at Work. An Oriental Story. 'i An eastern king was once in need of a faithful servant and friend. He gave notice that he wanted a man to do a day's work, and two men came and asked to be employed.' He engaged them both for certain, fixed wages and set them to work to fill a basket with water from a neighboring well, saying he would come in the evening and see their work. He then left them to themselves and went away.1 ' ' ' ' 1 ; - After putting in one or two bucket fuls one of the men said: "What is the good of doing this use less work? As soon as we put the wa ter in on one side it runs out on the other." ... ,. - r The other man answered:' ' "But we have our day's wages, haven't we? - The use of the work is the master's business, not ours." , 1 -' . "I am not going to do such fool's work," replied the other, and throwing down his bucket he went away. ' The other man continued his work till, about sunset, he exhausted the well. Looking down into it he saw something shining at the bottom. ' He let down his bucket once more and drew up a precious diamond ring. i .. , ' "Now I see the use of pouring water into a basket," he exclaimed to himself. "If the bucket had brought up the ring before the well was dry, it would have been found in the basket. The labor was not useless, after all.",, - But he had yet to learn why the king' had ordered this apparently useless task. It was to test their capacity for perfect obedience, without which no servant is reliable. At this moment the king came up to him, and as he bade the man keep the ring he said: , . . "Thou hast been faithful in a little thing; now I see I can trust thee in great things. Henceforward thou shalt stand at my hand." Sunday Hour. Helen Keller. ' A recent issue of The Youth's Compan ion contains a sketch of the life of Helen Keller, written by herself. It is a pe culiarly touching story and written with such ability that one could almost doubt that it was the work of a girl only 12 years old and she blind and deaf if The Companion did not give assurance that she did it entirely unassisted. The picture here presented is a late one and shows Helen Keller at work on her typewriter, with which her life story was written. Her signature, which is also reproduced herewith,-was the one affixed to the article in The Companion, and it is the -first she ever wrote with a pen. .; . , y'; " ".;;.., i,''' ' 7 Rose Maiden. :..'-, The rose maiden .game is a pretty way to entertain the guests at a girl's birth day., To play the game prettily there must be a quantity of paper roses one for each little girl. : The . roses must be California roses, which are as large as a little girl's head. . - ,.., ',' When the little guests are all assem bled, each little girl gets a rose, while one of the older people present help her take out the inside leaves and to fit it, over her head as ;f it were a bonnet, out of which her face is becomingly peeping. Then all the little maidens stand in a row while some one tells a story about the garden flowers. Whenever the red roses are mentioned, the little girls wear ing the red rose bonnets bow their heads deeply, and when the white roses are mentioned the white rose maidens do the same. And so on through all, the colors. If a little rose maiden makes a mistake and bows at the wrong time, her bonnet is turned round so that it covers her face. Philadelphia Press. ... .-r . HOW IT IS DONE., The simple reason why the hurts of prize fighters show no sign and disappear so quickly is because in the treatment of training the flesh is hardened. They can stand a blow like the kick of a horae and not show a bruise. Other men's bruises heal Blowly. but if they would use St. Jacobs Oil, they would find there's nothing in the world like it to heal and restore. It acts like magic. All athletes should use it. It's the great renovator. The same with cuts and wounds, if used according to di rections, it will heal surely and make the parts sound again. ' -1 , . ' -- ! j ' . An Intrepid Traveler. . ; . Mme. le Ray, , mother of the Duke d'Abrantes of Paris, will soon go to China. Every year Mme. le Bay takes a long journey to some faraway country She is considered one of the most intrep id travelers in the world and has al ready visited the ruins of Palmyra, Bal bec, Babylon, Nineveh, the place where once stood the tower of Babel, and has organized caravans to travel through Persia. Paris Journal. .- , ' - - " State of Ohio, City or Toledo,) Lucas County -f BS. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner ot the firm ot F. J. Cheney & Co., doing buainess in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pav the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. ' . .. ; t FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. JJ. 188b. .. A. W.GLEASON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the, blood and mucous surfaces of the system., Send for testi monials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0. Sold by Druggists, 75c. ' NOTICE. Drs. H. H. Green & Sons, of Atlanta, Ga., are the greatest dropsy specialists in the world. Cure more patients than the entire army of physicians -scattered over this beautiful land of ours. A valuable dis o very outside any medical book or pub lished opinion. A purely vegetable pre paration. Removes all dropsical symp toms rapidly. Ten days treatment mailed to every sufferer. See advertisement in othercolumn. - ; - . . '. - ; I can recommend Piso's Cure for Con sumption to sufferers from Asthma. E. D. Townsknd, Ft. Howard, Wis., May 4, 1894. Consumption kills more people than rifle balls. It is more dead ly than any of the much dreaded epi demics. It is a steal thy, gradual, slow disease. It penetrates the whole body. It is in every drop of blood. It seems to work only at the lungs, but the ter rible drain and waste go on all over, the body. To cure con sumption, work on the blood, make it pure, rich and whole some, build up the wasting tissues, put the body into condi tion for a fight with the dread disease. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery fights in the right way. It will cure 98 per cent, of all cases if taken during the early stages of the disease. Its first action is to put the stomach, bowels, liver and -kidneys into good working order. That makes digestion good and assimilation quick and thorough. It makes sound, healthy flesh. That is half the battle. That makes the "Discovery" good for those who have not consumption, but who are lighter and less robust than they ought to be. Mason Fruit Jars 59c per doz. for Pints 60c per 4oz. for Quarts 85c per doz. for Half-Gallons- Place your.order with us immediately. Get the benefit of these Unheard-of Prices.... '"', ,.s , We will not guarantee these prices to hold long, so place your order now. . Lipman Wolfe & Co. !; PORTLAND, OREGON America's Finest b-cent Cigars. Five inches in size and Havana filled. II your dealer does not keep ihem, send S3. 2 5 and we -will mail yon a box of 50 citrars. N. P. KOHLBERB i CO .102 Third SI. PortM.Or. CO CO CIGAR FRAZER BEST IN THE WORLD. AXLE CREASE Its wearing qualities are unsurpassed, actually outlasting two boxes of any other brand. Free from Animal Oils. GET THIS GKNUINK, : FOR 8AEE BY OREGON ANp - CV-WASHINGTON MERCHANTS ., s ,,i and Dealers generally. ! -. PALESTINE - CORN Is the most profitable crop to plant on dry land. Yields 2.500 lbs. shelled, corn and twelve ions of fodder. Can be planted till July and harvested with ordinary machines. Send $1 per acre for seed desired to Sacramento Elver Nursery Co., Walnut Grove, California, , TREATED FREE ' Posirlr ly Cured with Vegetable Remedle Have cured the usands of cases. Cure cases pro douneed hopeless by bent physicians. From tlrstdnK symptoms disappear: In ten daysatleast two-thtrd all symptoms removed. Bend for free book teatlmo Dials of miraculous cures. Ten days' treatmen free by mail. It you order trial, senaiuc. in mamp' or pav postage. Dr. H.H.Grbbn v.SONR,AUama,tt If you order trial return this advertisement to u, fiSyRE CURE FOR PILES ItyhUuf Piles known by moisture like perspiration, oanse Intense itohmi? when warm. Tiiis form and Blind. Bleed ins or Protruding: Piles yield at once to w,1RLBJ?"S,ANKO's P,l-E REMEDY, ' jrhiah vrts directly on parts affected, absorbs tumors' al lays itching, effecting a permanent enre. Price 600. Sragguca or mail. On liosauko, 4'ulIaUa.., r f.llR.i WHI-Uf All FKH-4IIS I Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. m uma aoia dt aruraists. H, P. V. No. 694 -8. F. N. TJ. No: 671 Is such a trial that men say " Let the house take care of itself." But the conscientious wife feels bound to , risk health and strength in this annual struggle-with dust and dirt. The consequence of her feveriah anxiety over extra work is depletion of the blood, the source of all life and strength, manifested in that weak, tired, nervous condition too pveT" alent at this 8eaon,- and very dangerous if allowed to contirne. What every man arid woman needs in the spring is Hood's Sarsapariila. It keeDS the blood vitalized odd's Sars is the ;i ' " REWARD. . $10 Reward for information as to the present whereabouts, or death of Ansel White, who left Santa Cruz, Cal., in 1865. Address Wm, Pitrrepont White,. Palace Hotel, San Francisco, Cal. MUSIC STORE Wilev B. Allen Co., the oldest, the largest, 211 First St., Portland. Chlckering, Hardman, Fischer Pianos, Estey Organs. Low prices, easy terms. IO-CHNT MUSIC Send for catalogues. . Try Gkrme4 for breakfast. ; DR. LIEBIC & CO., Special Doctors for Chronic, Private . and Wasting Diseases. Dr. LleblR's Invigorator the greatest remedy for Seminal Weakness, Loss of MaiitiQod and Private Diseases, Overcomes Prematureness and prepares all fur marriage life's duties, pleasures and respon sibilities; 1 trial bottle given or Bent free to any one describing symptoms; call or address 400 Geary St., private entrance 406 Mason 8t., San Francisco. WALTER BAKER & GO. The Largest manufacturers of PURE, HIGH GRADE COCOAS AND CHOCOLATES On thb Continent, have reeelTd HIGHEST AWARDS . , from the gnat . Industrial and Food EXPOSITIONS i n unrnnonnj AmoriM in Luiu(JUdiiuniuuiiuu. Unlike the Dutch l'rocesi. no Alka- -- I lies or other Chemical, or Dye. are lined In anv of their Drerjurationi. Their delicious BREAKFAST COCOA I. absolutely . pure and tollable, and coitt leu than one cent a cup. BOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE. V WALTER BAKER & GO. DORCHESTER, MASS. OillGKEfl RAISING PAYS if you use the Petaluni Incubators A Brooders Make money while others are wasting time by old processes. Catalogtelis all about it, and describes every article needed for thej poultry business, The "ERIE" mechanically the best wiicci. rrciucsimuucj. We are Pacific Coast Agents. Bicycle cata- logue, mailed free, gives full description , prices, etc., agents wanted. rETALTJMA IrTCTJBATOR C0..Petalnma.Cai Branch House, 231 S Main St., Los Angeles. DR. GUM'S IMPROVED UVER PILLS A MILD PHYSIC. ONT! PTT.T. TITO A DOSR. A movement of the bowbla each day 1 necessary fo health, TheBO pills supply what the system lacks to make it regular. They oure Headache, brighten the Kyeu, and dearths Complexion better than cosmetics. They neither gripe nor sicken. To convince you. we will moil Bimpla tree, or a full box for ?5o Sold every Wtaaret liOSAMiO MEI, CO., Flulodelnhia, I wag afflicted with cat arrh last autumn. During the month of October J ! could neither taste nor smell and could hear but little. Ely's Cream Balm cured it. Marcus Geo ge anautz, nanway, jv. j. CATARRH ELY'S CREAM BALM Opens and cleanses the Masai Passages. Allays Pain and Inflamma.. tion, Heals the Sores, Protects the . Membrane ,from colds, Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. The Balm Is quickly absorbed and gives relief at once. A particle Is applied Into each nostril, and IS agreeable. Price. 60 cents at Druggists' or by mail, , , ' ELY BROTHERS, , . : . ... 66 warren Street, New York, j AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS' GO. PALMER & REY BRANCH Cor. Second and Stark Sta., Portland, Or. MALARIA! Three doses only. Trv ft. MEN , 1 stsUTfc. m lift i W WTTi SfaV Si 48Page0a I 1 H Illustrated 1 1 IL Catalogue 1L " FREE. mm l t'On CHILDREN TEKTHSN " m "A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BA CAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE U SAPOLIO and enriched, and - thus - sustains the nerves and all the bodily functions. " I take Hood's Sarsapariila every spring, and it is the only medicine I use through the year. . It enables me to do my house cleaning and fam work all through the summer. It helped m8 very much for palpitation of the heart. I think Hood's Sarsapariila is the medicine for everyone, and all who take it will never be without it. , I have also used Hood's Pills, and they are the best 1 ever tried." Jfas. F. H. Andrews, S. Woodstock, Ct. apanssa Only G:W: STAYER I GO. SUCCESSORS JJ'J'JJYEJ WALKER PORTLAND, OREGON General Agents for Aultman & Taylor Threshers, Traction Engines and i Dingek Woodbury- Power. Have for sale ' BAND-CASE SEPARATORS AND ENGINES And other Machinery of Staver & Walker . ., Stock to close out cheap. . , Write for Catalogue and Prices. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR THE BEST Nursing Mothers,Infant$v0 CHILDREN JOHN CARLE & SONS, New York. . In ear adv. two weeVt ago we told of our very superior all Last week we told of the process of galvanizing and its metis pemable preservative qualities, ftext week Ve will give you the experience of two representative business firms of Illinois, one of whom has sold 4(0 and the other 600 Aermotors. The week following we will quote a price on the best pumps made (hand, wind mill and irrigatm?) lower than was ever before dreamed of; and the week following that we shall tnlk to you of steel galvanized tanks, with covets, at the unheard of price of 2$ cents per gallon. This is cheaper than wood. They do not shrink, leak, rot, rust or give taste to water. The AerniotoT Company treats, the .public generously. While state legislatures are passing laws to secure repnirs for farm machinery at reasonable prices, IT 13 A FACT THAT THE AKKBtlTOB COMPANY HAS FOR THB YKAR lsi5 BEEN COMPKIjLED TO RAISK ITS PIUCES ON KtXPAIKS BECAUSE SOME OK ITS CUSTOMERS HAVE BEEN OltUKKINO INDIVIDUAL PARTS TO MAKE I'P COMPLETE MACHINES, SINCE IN THAT WAY THEY COCLl GET A MACHINE CHEAPER THAN BY ORDERING. IT ASSEMBLED. Peopl art not oo mptlkd to fruy machinery; they art com- peuea to ouy repairs, too in this respect gen sold so low that sua J. m jtermotor vompanu y a fault. It tomers could assemble a ma 'assembled ma since it was buy- the repairs and chine at leas than the chine would cost. But not certain that they would ret the muchins assembled in Rood shane. for the ototection of its own reputation, the Aer the Drica of certain renairi motor Company has raised lust enough to orevent thia in future. Not only has the-KiventhebestgoodBatthelow- Aermotor Company always est price and refused to sell it has now ESTABLISHED IN VARIOUS PARTS OP TO HAVE NOT ONLY ITS RLE, BUT TO HAVE ITS REACH. It expects soon number of houses. Thia ia importance to those who Accidents.will happen, and apoorarticletttany price, but TWENTY BRANCH HOUSES THE COUNTRY IN ORDER GOODS EASILY ACCESS I REPAIRS WITHIN EASY to greatly increase this a' matter of the greatest are purchasing machinery: a wise man will look to it ele that renairs can a uick- wnen ne is ouying an art ly be had at reasonable cost. Our very low prices and high standards cn everything; connected with water supply and power production by wind, together with the accessibility of a f irll line of our goods and sepairs, will be appreciated.. , AermotOI Com Chicago W. L. Douglas Cf CUrr ISTHEBE5T. U WnVbHT FOR AKIN. s. cordovan; FRENCH 4l ENAMELLED CALF. f4.3S? Fine Calf&KAngarool 3.5? P0LICE.3 SOLES. LnBOtZ.WORKlNGMEMV -EXTRA FINE- 1,5. BOYS'SCHOOLSHOEi LADIES' irKinpnni'ATAinciir Over One Million People wear the W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes All our shoes are equally satisfactory They give the best value for the money. ' They equal custom Shoes In style and f tit. Their wearing; qualities are unsurpassed. The prices are uniforms-stamped on sole From $i to $3 saved over other makes. it your aeaier cannot supply you we can. RAMBLER BICYCLES... : - Ladles' and Gents All Slzes...All Weights $45, $55, $65, $85,; $ I OO Second-hand W heels for sale and exchange .. Send for catalogue, FREE. : Live agt's wanted FRED T. MERRILL CYCLE GO. 827 Washington St . PORTLAND, OR. "SlBaP' fill ('r IT ' DO YOU FEEL BAD? DOES YOUB: BACK ache? Does every step seem a buidenT You need MOORE'S REVEALED REMEDY.