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EVnNINQ UUM.ETIN, HONOMJMJ, T. !I Fill DAY, DEC. 31, 1909.
Have You Seen the VERTICAL LAWN EDGER
CAPITOL LAWN TRIMMER and EDGER COMBINED?
PRICES FOR FLOUR
ADVANCED IN NORTH
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd
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These cuts will show you what they look like.
The Vertical Edgcr will cut the ovcr-hriging crass from the edgrs perfectly, as fast as a man can walk. The steel finger guard nicks
up the clinging grass from walks, etc. The depth of cut can be regulated nt pleasure. With it the crass edges can be kept neat at small cx
pense and with an immense saving of labor.
THE "CAPITOL" docs wha no other machine can do and what lawn mowers leave undone. It trims and edges your lawn with re
. inarkalilc speed and pcrlcction; the shield ever the blades protects the flowers. A trial will convince you, as it has thousands of others that the
rlny of shears, clippers, etc.. is past. This machine has four crucible sttel- blades six inches in length, whi ch are hardened and tempered in oil
swivel bushings, double adjustment in fact, is strictlyjiigh grade. Universal verdict "fills a long-felt want." You cannot afford to be
Besides theso special trimmers we have a full line of Lawn Mowers from the 12-inch hand mowc r up to the 30-inch hone mower
JF ' Call and sec the new Edge" and Trimmers.
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.
THEY'RE OFF FOR
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ASK MINISTER CHANG
T OEND TONQ WAR
SAN ritANCISCO, Dec. 12. - In
lilM'twIni; this iiiinom t lint tlm ixll
cif tlio L'lilmve SllnlKler, CIiiiiik Yin
Thiik. to Chin. itown iiml thu finth
(iniiliiK appointment of a new Ciiii-mil-Ocner.il
here mlfilit insult in the
bi'tth'iiieiit nf tho present war be
tween the Yec fiiuilly anil tlio On
Ylrk tniiK, the rclilontn of the Ori
ental quarter wore united jestcnluy
In nininiliiK that thrso r.ietom will
limp poilthely no liuhicnic In tho
It wiih pointed nut that (if late
jeiiiK tlio ('(inmilH who hao tried
to luteireie In kucIi (uhch liao mcro
ly mnniiKeil to olTcnd both stilus and
hao al'ioiupltiihed nothing. Kveu
the oiue-poweiliil Six Companies hnil
no longer nil) leniRiilzed autliorlty
to Intel feio la toni; battleM and tho
lilRliblnilcr foeletle.s hno shown
ciy plainly that they will not mib
,mlt to any dictation fioni the com
panics or thu Chinese appointee to
Tlio lucuIiautH or Chinatown aro
( unit In ileUuiliifi that a diastlc
law In needed whereby tho Known
hlRhblndcm nnd tong Icailcm may bo
deported to China iinon the nrodue-
Itlon of untllelerit pi oof that tlioy aio
usiiiK melr oiRunlzatlnna for tlio
purposes of blackmail or minder.
It wiih Renoially nunoied In Chi
na town jysteid.iy, although tillKInl
conllrinntlon of this could not lie ob
tained, thnt at the two banquctx ten
dered icsteriluv to Sllnlster fllimie
the meiclmnts and leincsuutatlvcs ofl
the h. Companies who were piescnt
urRcil upon tho Sllnlster the neces
sity for mi HKieement between Chi
na and the I'nlted States wheieby
6OIU0 such iKtloii I'oidd ho (alien.
Purchase of Flour Mill Coincident
With Boost of Prices Bie
Combination of Mills Through
out the Northwest.
rOHTI.ANI) (Or.), December II.
The Porlland l'loiuliiR iSMIs Com
pany now (onttoln tho Hour inlllliiK
liuslucss of, the Northwest. T. II.
Wilcox, president of the I'oitlaud
uinipnny, today took over tho Ham
mond AllllliiK Company of Seattle,
toKedic'r with lis strliiK of warehous
es throughout Kastern Washington
and Oregon, and Its Hour agency In
Sun I'rnnclsro. The old tonipany was
icorgunlml under Hie same name,
with T. II. Wilcox as piesdlcnt'. This
reorganisation rIvcs Wilcox the def
inite (oulrol of tho Hour milling
business In Hip cnllrc Noithwest.
Thin (ompnny now has branch mills
loverliiR tho territory fiom Seat Ho
and Spokane, thiougli Oiegon and
down Into California.
"1 have been IntendtiiK to build n
mill at Seattle," said WIUox this
morning, "and the chance to buy tho
pioperty of the Hammond Milling
Company relieved me of tho ncccs
slty nf following out that plan."
Coincident with tho consumma
tion of the Seattle deal the 'price of
Hour was ndwinced from in to 2."
(entH n barrel In the Northwest mar
kets. Wilcox dcclaies tonight Hint
tills was nothing hut a coincidence.
"Thcio Is no trust about it," ho
said. "The rise in tho price of flour
is duo cutltcly to the high prlco be
ing paid for bliirsleni wheat. Wo
nip now pajlng $1.17 and $1.18 for
our wheat and we havo to meet this
rise In the price by an incrcaso In
the price of flour."
Till: ADVANCING fiolght intea
liaxo brought many old essels of Hie
Milling- llect that hnvo been tied up
for months into service again, Thcio
are now about forty schooners un
der chatter to carry lumber to San
I'edro from tho north. There aro
eleven Inigo sailing essols loading
nt northern ports, Including (ho
barkentlno Chchalls nnd bchooncrs
Luzon nnd It. C. Slado at Orny's
llailior. Hie bnrkeuttne Wnliala at
llelllnghnm und tho schooners Ome
ga nt Coos Hay, Susie M. I'lummer
at Kcictt, Sausallto ,At Cciqullle
Illxer, Salem nt Oljmpla, W. J
Jewctt at I'ortlnml nnd the Wins
low and W. F. Jewctt nt Tacomn.
, on .
MONDAY next, JAN., 3rd
You must not expect to have ycur clothes successfully dyed unless
you employ scientific dyers. The F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS are
such. We are the agents. ,
FRENCH LAUNDRY; J. Abtidic, Prop.
258 Bcretania Street. Telephone lOl.
All the work in this laundry is done by hand, and the greatest caic
is exercised in all stages of the work.Pricej low.
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. Abadic, Prop.
258 Beretania Street. ' Telephone H91
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
January Sale Beginning Monday, January 3rd, 1910
Best Assortment of WASH MATERIALS ever
shown in Quality, Variety and all the Latest Shades
Satin Stripe Poplin
PINK. LIGHT BLUE. COPENHAGEN,
OLIVE OREEN, LILAC. OLD APRICOT.
Fancy Repp Pongee
NILE, WHITE, SKY PINK, OLD ROSE, FAWN, LAVENDER. CO-
Mercerized Pongee Reglllcir PrJCC 45
I HIM riMK I.IIAM'1' Ml lib 'U L' ft M DnKnTT WITT" TUTI?T TIT 1TT7
rhNHAQEN. LAVENDER, COPENHAGEN. NAVY. GREEN.
THESE GOODS ARE ALL NEW AND WASHES SPLENDIDLY. PERMANENT LUSTRE AND ABSOLUTELY FAST COLORS.
34 INCH PLAIN INDIA HEAD
at Per A 35c
34 INCH STRIPE INDIA HEAD
all Colors, regular price 25c, at 17 l-2c.
In New Designs.
r" Pair COc and up
Pongee and Satin
Reduced from $12.50, $13.50, $16.50 to $10.00, $11.00, $12.50
A NEW LINE OF GOAT SWEETERS
TOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN; SINGLE AND DOUBLE BREASTED $1.00, $2.50. $3.50
Pcr yard 15c to 75c
No Two Skirts Alike
Reduced Piices From $3.50 to $21.50
Matic of tfic Won't.Crack Taffeta, in Navy. Black, White, Pink,
Blue, Brown, Grey, at each $4 00 nnd $5.00
all Colors, regulor price 25c, at 17 l-2c.
38 inches wide '
Regular Price 12l2o nnd 20c; now at 15o nnd lOo
Misses and Children Coats
Cravenctte and Rubberized
Reduced from $6.50, $8.00, $0.50, S 10.00 to
$5,00. $6.00, $7.00. $7.50 and $8.00 '
Infants Silk Caps
Nicely embroidered Lace Trim
mings. Regular prices from 50o to
Now 25c to $1.00
LADIES1 TAILOR-MADJ3 SUITS
Handsomely finished: lined with Satin; Plain and Braid Trimming.
Reduced from $15.00. $20.00. $22.50, $25.00. $30.00, $35.00 to
$11.25, $15.00, $17.50, $20.00, $22.50, $20.50
LADIES' KIMONOS AND SACQUES
IN FLANNELETTES AND CREPE EFFECTS; TRIMMED WITH RIBBONS AND SATIN BANDS.
PHICESfrom , 75o to $500
NEW HEATHERBLOOM SUITS
Tucked with Deep Flounce, in Black. Navy, Brown, etc.
Nicely, Embroidered Lace Trim-raings. Regular prices from 50c ;to,
$1.50. Now 25oto il.00-
tfUdl Ul'Lfll AN AI.T. RITIWn. TT,nTTnrT nmiTnnnn nn ...
SKIRTS. DRAWERS. COHSFT rawFPB wmu n- " ", MamATION CHEMISES,
Infants Wash Caps
Fancy Flam and Tucked: trimmed
with Fine Lace Edging and Ribbons.
iRccular prices from 50c to S1.50.
Now 25o to $1,001
A COMPLETE, LINE OF
LACES IN ALL GRADES AND QUALITIES. REDUCED TO 250 PER D0Z. AND UPWARD TO 75C YARD.
ALSO A VERY COMPLETE LINE OF
RANGING IN WIDTHS FROM ONE-HALF INCH TO A HALF FLOUNCE. '
RANGINO FROM 5C PER YARD TO
ALL REDUCED. PRICES
NEW SHIRT WAISTS
Silk Waists Black, Blue, White. Pink, Green, Tuscan.
Net Waists White, Cream, Eciu, Black.
Fine Lawn Waists. ' '
Linen Waists, ctr,
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.