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Mohair 28 1-2. HIS SUDDEN DEATH. It's to Your interest Fashions for Are now here ready for your inspection, and try-on and that we offer you and your friends the first opportunity of viewin the large st and most 'magnificent display of Spring apparel we have ever had,' If you ; can't come to morrow, come the day after. If you wish to dress well at little expense if you wantja ;S!ait or Overcoat of smartest 1 -' '- u . i i i '. I - . ...... style and of strict high quality Its to your interest to come " here at once and make an early selection. - .-I f i V, AICH AELS-STER INE GLOTHin Mioii arcan efc) MICHAELS STERN FINE CLOTHING which we show in all the most fashionable fabric broad variety of handsome weaves. Look where yo j " you positively cannot find values to equal those we off;. Spring Sack Suits for Men and; Young Men at $12 to $25 of most advanced single and double breasted style, with every detail as derfect as if exclusively , custom-tailor-mado with a special offering of selected styles and fabrics fully equal i value to most $20 suits at $15 ' ; : ' : ' Wool, 20. - Have, you , cleaned your prem ises today ? v-. ! f i -.. - v n . , - Don't miss the lecture of Gov ernor LaFollette next Tuesday evr ening. Subject at the church of God next Sunday evening "I was in the Spirit on the Lord's day." A. W. Darby, elder. ine wortnv grand matron is to pay an official vi it to the East em Star lodge next Tuesday and preparations are being made for an interesting evening. R R- Selleck, the well known student, has been in Portland tak ing me civil service examination Washington, D. C: i'.i &;t Foriaer Corvallis Afan Heart' Disease' ' ' the Cause Expired on Streets of -Portland. Keeler H. Gabbert, a' newspa per man of long experience, aDd who was for two or three ; years employed on the Times as reporter and compositor, is dead. He died suddenly on the streets of Portland Wednesday.' The factV are told as follows in the Portland Journal of Wednesday : , ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Keeler Gabbert, a well-known newspaper man of " Portland , and vicinity, dropped dead of heart dis ease this "morning about H o'clock at the corner of First & Washington streets. He was picked up by by frr a nntitinn cc . sianaers ana was tanen to rimers icr a position in the patent office at j .. 1 L , . . Washington. D. C: JHW - undertaking establishment by ( the - police. , , Mrs. Horner and Mrs TV ttj Gabbert was well known in Port went to Portland yesterday as delr- laud and, was about 50 years ot age gates from the locU Preshyten'an i At various times he has been em- church toattend the Northern Pres-' ployed by The Journal, Oregonian byterian Board, now the metropolis. Rev. G. H. Gibbs. pas'or, of the M. E, church Sautb. w ill oreach Sunday on the following sub jects 11 a: m. -The Light Bearing Christian. '- 7:30 "Christ and Abundance of Life " Services will be held in the Congregational church next Sun day, as follows: 10 a. m., Sunday Fchool; 11 a. m., preaching by the pastor. Aioert w. Monosm'th. topic l He Key to Power.' 6:30, C.E.; 7:30, subject, "The Price of a Man..' . . - , . .. ... . (MICHAELS-STERN int.. tuoTmrnj The new spring styles in Hats, both stiff and soft $1.50 to $3.50 Tomorrow is Spring Opening day. Come early! The People's Store. Established 1864: '" Perfect Time Inspires Pesfect Confidence! A watch which cannot be trusted to tell perfect time is worse than no watch at all, as it mis-leading and causes un necessary trouble and loss of time. '- Get a watch that you can depend on. at all times, the best on ihe market, to be had in all grades and styles. At PRATT The Jeweler's. Optical work of all kinds a Specialty. SPECIAliTIES IN 3 H ES LOCAL LORE. For advertisements in this column the rate of 15 cents per line will be charged, i FOR WOMEN MISSES AND CHILDREN We have also received our Spring lines of v Men's Ox fords , etc, in all the latest shapes.1 f s Call ana Save 5 Per Cent. Of your cash by trading with us MILLER'S When you see it in our &lits 3 Corvallis . - v - : : Oregon : 'Till further notice ALL glasses fitted" by PRATT The the Optician will be ABSOLUTELY ; GUARANTEED for ONE. YEAR against BREAKAGE of ANY KIND. J MXss Vesta Wallace of Albany is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woodcock. - ; Senator Robert M. La Follette opera house, Tuesday evening April 23. Corvallis Lyceum Course. t Senator Robert M. La Fallette opera house, luesday evening April 23. Corvallis Lyceum Course Senator Robert M. La Fallette opera house Tuesday evening, April 23. Corvallis Lyceum Course. B. J. Hecker, of Albany, was in Corvallis Wednesday, the guest of his sister, Mrs. Arnold King. R Turney, of the Gazette, is ' laid up" from an affection of the left ankle. 's The trouble arose from an injury sustained the first of the year. The necessity of aa oper ation has ; been threatened but at present the symyptoms are more favorable. 'p, '"c: Mrs.. T.; H. Moore sent to this office this morning a fine " sample of loses . which are now blooming on her lawn. They are rich cream colored roses, of the Marie Van Houte variety, and are believed to be the first of the season. , I v.; At ao adjourned session of the county court the unexpended bal ance in Road District 2 was order ed spent on the cemetery hill road. Viewers in the Summit and Little Elk road matter were given until May 1. to make their report. " In Road District 23 John Reese resign ed and M.Holmes was appointed to fill the vacancy. : . . . : If you see a man on the street with a "hunted, hungry look, if the light in his eye is of that faraway kind f that ' sometimes suddenly blazes op like' Old" Faithful, v the geyser; if at that point in his anat omy about amidships - where there ought to be a nice . rotundj bulge, there is a noticeable: sink; if his general appearance is that of a man who wouldn't pare a whoop wheth er it was a speeding locomotive or a fighting grizzly bear that he tackled if in short." as you. look, you gather : .!.-- 1 luc luiLucssiuu iaat nere is ; a; man who doesn't care a tinker's d it school keeps. or not. that man is married, and his wife has the skat ing craze. He's dangerousbeware. "-Frank: Ward, in his time one of the, most popula r ;. stud ents that ever attended O C,' now a .J:$alem druggist, was in town last night to attend the K. P. banquet. ; , Virgil Watters ; today bought the Bethers place of 262 acrea own ed by Thomas Cooper, . paying for it $50 per acre. The place is to be divided into five-acre . fruit farms and placed on the market at once. ' Rev; Frank Belknap., a Ben ton county boy, . now pastor of the Methodist church at Hillsboro, left vesterdav alter a two days' vi3it at the old homestead in Bel knap settlement. .V "The Approach of the Glor ious Keaeemer is tne morning subject, and "Jealousy,, the Father of Vice and ; Crime." the evening; topic at the First Methodist church Sunday. . . ' "-' ' At a special meeting of the city council Monday night, D. A. Osburn tendered his resignation as night watch,' to take feffect May 13th, which is the date for the next regular meeting of the council.; .'..-T-Preaching at the Presbyterian uuuicu Quuuay.iaurnmg ana ev ening by the pastor Rev. J. R. N Bell, ii: ; Morning . topic, - - Hope- Patience, and JoV. Evening, VHow to avoid Earthquakes." Sunday j school at . 10. - Senior"' Endeavorj at 6:30. " Prayer meeting and Bible study Thursday ;, evening 7:30, Everybody. , jnvited;;and. made;.td feel at home. ' ';;'- c A subscriptibn 'paper' is in cir culation on the street r asking 1 i for contributions for . the old , soldiers modurrienf to be, erected in Crystal Lake cemetery by th6 Old : Soldiers Monument Association1, .v.The'plan of the organization has- beerir, ex-! plained in the Times in past issues. The association is tryiug to j raise $1,000 for the purpose, having se cured from contributions by , the soldiers themselves V about $30o The subscription paper is meeting with a srenerous resoonse. ) as it ought to. -' j v-!--inia. The following sales of realty have been consummated by Am bler & Watters: ! " J.'M. Pinkerton to Robert Gailbreath of Canada. 157 acres three miles east of. Cor vallis. ' $6515. ' Mrs! I. Gellatly to J. G. and F. R. Norton of Phoenix Ore., 120 acres 112 miles south of Philomath $4000. j i I Miss Stocker of Eastern Ore gon, a student at the college who resides at theTedrow home, cornet Ninth & Jefferson, sustained a dis location of the shoulder in a fall at j ..the skating rink Wednesday. She is cut of college for. a day or two, out expects to be able, to resume her studies "with the beginning: of next week. . . ; v rrOscar. Long ..of "Corvallis is soon, to graduate in ' medicine at a Knoxvule; r.Tennesee, medical college, i Some of his : final . exam inations have all ready been passed. and in them he stood at the head of his class. There is a prospect that he, will remain . in Knbxville for a year as resident physician at the hospital. The medicos of ; the institution have a baseball team, and he is captain and first base.. r in session at and the Telegram. He was also the editor of the St. Helen's Mist three or four years ago,' but sold that property to E H. Flagg. the prc-eDt editor. For some time past he has been a newoaper corres pondent at Oiegou City. ! Mr. Gabbert manied Miss Stella Rowland of Rost burg, but was sep arated from his' wife some time ago. Mrs. Gabbert is now living at Eu gene. The deceased has two listers in Portland, Mrs. Lulu Kramer and Miss Ethel Gabbert. A brother al so resides in Salem. As yet no disposition has been made of. the body, Coroner Finley having tele graphed to the brother to ascertain hi3 wishes. jNEW ads today. LOST, a Llewellen setter, white and yellow. Answers to the name of Prince, Disappeared Sunday. Wore a wide leather collar . with a city license tag attached. Liberal reward for his return to his owner. Walter H. Kline, tf WANTED Bifls for hauling gravel and rock jn district number 2, according to specifications filed at the clerk, office. The right is reserved to re ject or all bids. Bids will be opened at any : office of the county clerk at 2 -p., m. April 2otb., E. EL Smith Sup- -ervisor. . . ' ''''' : ' ' : Ed Strange assumes charge of the steam laundry tomorrow. He is going , to . completely overhaul and remodel the Sestablishment. A new washing machine is to be add ed, and electric ; irons for the hand ironing.' A small' dynamo may be added to the plant also. Monday a brand new . delivery wagon will be put on the route.. - Ed Strange is a man who always does things in the' right way, Land ;the laundry under his ownership will unques tionably turn out only 'Srst class work.- f";v ; w.r . J Tbe Womans building at the college is last becoming a reality The second story joists are nearly all laid,, and, in some'; places the brick work on the upper story is so far advanced that! window frames are already in position..'? In a few weeks more the brick work will be completed. Plasterers are at work cementing the outside and plumbers are at wcrk.on'the inside. Cop- tractor Shook' himself; is " taking hand at the brick laying," due to the scarcity of brick masons. .Twen ty men in all are employed. At the present stage of affairs, it looks as if the structure would be' all com plete and ready for occupancy by the opening of college nextSeptem ber. '. ; Alta Additon, an OA.Q gradu ate of -10 or 11 years agor.3s!reput ed to be the leading cyanide:expert on .the Racine Coast. He' IS wide ly kudwn io that capacity "' by j syn dicates and wealthy, miningT cprpor ations, and is employed by .them to investigate new properties and to give , opinion tast to whether or not it will pay to- dovelop them, j As result 01 ms judgment, : cosuy ma chinery is purchased and the devel opment Tihdertaken.r ;!j He usually ; purchases "e 'WacltineT and super intends its', jnsteiladn" 'injaking tests of the fii'st firodtictg' bf the mine, and then turns the business over to others, turning his attention thence to other new prospect$.V;-He is said to command a very large; salary. He is installing machinery in a new mine in Northern Califox. . For Chief of Police. 7 I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office of Chief of - Police of Corvallis, subject to the will of the. voters at the coming election . .- -. LINCOLN. CHAMBERS.. FOR SALE, incubator; gocd' as : new. , , For further ' iniormatioa address H. ' B. Cramer. ; RFD 3. -Independent phone. 703. wanted; HAND made soft . center choco lates at the Palace ot S eets. MONEY to loan on approved security Apply to S. L. Kline agent. - '' Get eood garden, ti'mothy' clover and all kinds of field seeds at Zierolf's. ; real Estate 'l We have opened an ' office 'over the First ! .National SBank.i where we are prepared to handle all kinds of City property for sale also good farms, stock ranchep. small tracts, near the City. If yon can't find what jou wont come in and seems, and talk it over. : McHenry & price.-Corvallis . Oregon, , U ! : EGGS. Bring your Eggs dean and and , we ; will give you a fresh squarq deal for them.; 1 1 . Clover and timothy at Zierolf's. For Sale. FOR, SALE nice : Phenomenal Berry tips 10 cents each at Hubert Schmidts, , VPhone, I5 Kiger line. . ; FOR SALE span of t good, brood, mares - ana a spaa ot three vear old draft colts W'i L'J4iCe,r Corvallis , RFD ,3. FOR SALE aitine team of mares, weight 32,00 Matthew, Thompson C. & E. -I crossing...'.' , , . . . , , T - FOfe SALE, one nearly new top bugury ' j. leather top and enshiona. nickle plat ad hub irons costing $85 00, will sel '' for6o dollars if takea before April 1 c.'aleo-seven t tons cheat hay baled. - Phone.' 655;' L. L. Brooks. '