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- LEADING HOTELS
COST $1,000,000.
The Portiand
H. C. BOWERS, Manager.
American Plan, $3 Per Day
and Upward.
HEADQUARTERS FOR TOURISTS
AND
COMMERGIAL TRAVELERS.
Portiand, Oregon.
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The Grand Pacific Hotel
CHAS. A. SCHRAGE, Proprietor.
Handsomely Appointed and First
Class in Every Particular. _
Corner Railroad St. and Higgins Ave.
MISSOULA, MONT.
she Hallidny
HOTEL
~___R. C. HALLIDAY, Proprietor.
Cor. Sprague and Stevens |
’ SPOKANE. WASH.
Rainier Grand Hotel
Refitted Refurnished
Under New Management
| Strictly First-Ciass
European Plan
Cafe in Connection
WILSON & WHITE CO., Props.
CHAS. PERRY, Manager
Seattle Wash.
The Victoria Hotel
SPOKANE, WASH.
First-Class in All Its Depart
ments. Headquarters for
Tourists and Commercial
Travelers
When in Spokane Don’t Fail
to Stop at the Victoria
T SPRE O O GO T THIP O T ey SO N (T WTLN e
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HOTEL PORTLAND.
Best furnished house in Southern Orégon
New Depot Hotel
A. H. PRACHT, Proprietor.
All Trains stop 30 Minutes
The New Bannock Hotel
Headquarters for Commercial Men
American Plan. Rooms with Bath,
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone in Each Room.
RATES $2.00 to $4.00 PER DAY
Pocatello =
The Spalding
Leading Hotel of the
LAKE SUPERIOR REGION
Enlarged and Improved
American Plan, $2.50 and Up i
European Plan $l.OO and Up
Finest Cafe in Northwest
DULUTH, MINN
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
A Home for the Traveling Men
Strictly First Class.
American Plan
Electric lighted. Steam heated. Good
Sample Rooms in Connection.
J. C. BROWN, Manager.
COLFAX, WASHINGTON
THE VICTORIA HOTEL
For Meals.
ASHLAND, OREGON
Idaho
ROBERT A. PRESTON
PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST
Cor. 25d and Thurman Sts.
Phone Main 1610 PORTLAND, OREGON
First National Bank of Rock Springs
ROCK SPRINGS, WYOMING
CAPITAL and SURPLUS, $lOO,OOO
EVERY ATTENTION GIVEN TO BUSINESS
ENTRUSTED TO US
THE STAR Fl SRaos "
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
KRAMER’S HOUSE
First-Class Furnished Rooms from
$2.50 to $5.00 per week
S. W. Cor. Fifth and Burnside Sts. PORTLAND, OR
Columbia Ice & Fuel Co.
Ice and Fuel Delivered
to Any Part of the City
Factory and Office
FOOT OF HARRISON STREET
Phone Main 899
PORTLAND OREGON
, .
Jack Unger’s Liquor Store
Jesse Moore Whiskey
Imported and Domestic Wines
Families Supplied
Phone Main 1614 .
370 Washington St. PORTLAND, ORE.
F. W. McLERAN, Sole Bottler and Proprietor
Cures Dyspepsia, Stomach, Liver, Kidney
and Bladder troubles; also Jaundice,
Gravel, Rheumatism, Nervousness and
Stricture. Wilhoit Mineral Water Salts
is the water in contlensed form for trav
elers’ use. Water bottled at the springs
with its own gas; no recharging.
Office and Laboratory:
Vilhoit, Clackamas Co., Oregon
$OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO2
$ LEADING HOTELS 3
inmwun»»onwn»‘
The Grandon
The only First-Class
American Plan Ho
tel in Helena.
Rates from $3 to $5
b b Sl
GilouD Yoy,
FIRST-CLASS FIREPROO#}
$3.00 PER DAY
BOLLINGER
HOTEL
European Plan
Lewiston Idaho
The HELENA
HENRY A. MEYER, Prop.
The only First-Class
European Hotel in
- Helena
Rates $1 to $2.50
Poorly Nourished Children.
Malnutrition in children, which, of
course, Is to be considered a condition
rather than a disease, may usually be
traced to one of three causes. Ocea
sionally, although rarely, it is an in
herited tendency. 'Lhe children of
feeble parents may inherit a general
Weakness of constitution, and exhibit
that weakness chiefly in their digestive
processes. But sometimes this inherl
tance is only apparent, since a nervous
and unstahle mother may react on her
children for 11, even If they do not
Inherit her tendencies, by excesses and
uncertainty In her system of bringing
up.
~ Anotber and very frequent cause of
malnutrition in the youug Is improper
feeding. In babies it often results
from some errBr 'n starting the diet,
especlally in artificially fed infants. If
the digestion of a very young baby is
allowed to get out of order, it Is some
times a long time righting itself, and
all this time the child’'s general nutri
tion is necessarily suffering.
With older children a poor and ‘ln
sufficient @iet will naturally result In
weak and anemic states, just as it will
in older persons, byt it is generally the
opposite mistake gmt is made. An
overfed child will suffer from poor
nourishment quite as much and often
more than an underfed one.
The danger is not so much from an
occasional overhearty meal, although
that is a great mistake. An Indiseretion
that results=in an acute attack of In
digestion meets with the punishment
that fits the crime; the offending mat
ters are earried off from the system,
and the transaction is closed, to say
nothing of the fact that a salutary les
son has been given, which the parénts
may remember next green-apple season
If the boy forgets. But the danger of
malnutrition lies in the constant giving
of a little more food than the system
needs, causing fermentation, restless
ness and discomfort, and resulting in
such a lowering of the general condi
tion that actual slow starvation may
result, because the child is unable to
digest enough’ food to feed it. &
A third cause of malnutrition In
children, and one which is to be look
ed for chiefly among the poorer peo
ple and in tenements, Is a wane of
proper ventilation. Rooms are too hot
and too crowded, or too eold and too
crowded, windows are eldom or never
opened, and plumbing is often defec
tive. If the children of this class did
not spend most of their time on the
streets their mortality would be much
higher; and even as it is, any epldemic
finds Its greater number of victims
among them.—Youths’ Companion.
. SILVER MINES.
The Way Nature Forms These De
posits of Precious Metal.
The process by which nature forms
her silver mines is very interesting. It
must be remembered that the earth’s
crust is full of water, which percolates
‘ever_vwhero through the rocks, making
‘solutions of elements obtained from
‘them. These solutions take up small
particles of precious metal which they
find here and there.
1 Sometimes the solutions in question
are hot, the water having got so far
down as to be set boiling by the inter
nal heat of the globe. Then they rush
upward, picking up the bits of metal
as they go. Naturally heat assists the
performance of this operation.
Now and then the streams thus form
ed, perpetually flowing hither and
thither below the ground, pass through
cracks or cravities in the rocks, where
they deposit their lodes of silver. This
is kept up for a great length of time—
perhaps thousands of years—until the
pocket is filled up.
Crannies permeating the stony mass
in every direction may become filled
with the precious metal or n('(*nsionally%
a chamber may be stored full of it as lt‘
if 1,000,000 hands were fetching the
treasures from all sides and hldlng‘
ziwny a mine for some lucky prospector
to discover in another age. ]
Dodging Him.
Mr. Borem—l didn't see you last
Sunday.
Miss Cutting—Oh, you must have if
you saw me at all.
Mr. Borem—l—er—beg pardon; I
don’t understand.
Miss Cutting—l say If you saw me
Sunday you must have seen me last,
for I was careful to see you first—
Philadelphia Press.
Terribly Changed.
“As a youth he was as big-hearted
and as generous as could be.”
“I wonder what changed him?” * -
‘Changed him?”
“Why, yes, changed him; he died
worth §2,000,000, didn't he?"—Hous
ton Post.
To Keep Cork Down.
Cork, though the most buoyant sub
stance, will not rise to the surface if
sunk 200 feet below the ocean’s surface,
owing to the great pressure of the wa
ter. At any less depth it will work its
way back to the surface.
They say that a woman is whatever
age she looks. Well, here is a sign
she is over forty: Her hat is always
on erooked, ’
It takes a man with a cork leg to
laugh at the man who wears a wig.
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HOTEL
PEDICORD
T. J. PEDICORD,
Froprietor
Rates 50c, 75¢, $l, $1.50
Rooms with Private Baths
Both American and European
Private Telephones in Rooms
First-Class Grill
in Connection
209-219 Riverside Ave.,
SPOKANE, WASH.
RICHARDS
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
Phone Exchange 25
360-362 Alder St. '
Cor. Park PORTLAND, ORE.
THE ESMOND HOTEL
OSCAR ANDERSON Manager
Rates: European Plan
80c, 75¢, $l.OO, $1.50, $2.00 per day
Free Bus to and from all Trains
Front and Morrison Streets
PORTLAND OREGON
HOTEL EATON
Portland, Oregon
Tourists’” and Commercial Men’s
Headquarters.
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS
Hot and Cold Water. Private Baths.
Phone in Each Room.
All Outside Rooms.
Cor. West Park and Morrison Streets
PHONES: Hotel, M 2077; Bar, M 115
Golden West - Hotel
——— AND BAR. ———
M. PETERSEN, Proprietor.
Everything New and Up-to-Date
Cor. Washington St. and First Ave.
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON
KILBURY & KILBURY, Proprieto:s
EUROPEAN PLAN
New House, 100 Rooms. Elegantly
furnished. First-Class in all appoint
ments. Hot and cold water in all
rooms. Steam Heat. Free Baths.
Electric Light. Rates 50c to $2 per
day. Cafe meals 25¢. Ala carte. Free
bus. .
212-220 Riverside Avenue
SPOKANE, WASH.
THE WASHINGTON==SEATTLE
FIFTILEN TEABUNS WHY YOU
SHOULD STOP AT THE
WASHINGTON.
’ Ist—lt Is the best hotel on the
Coast.
2d—lt costs no more than poorer
hotels._.as shown by rates below.
2d—New hotel, new furniture.
4th—Excellent service.
sth—The Washington, while rig..
in the center of the city, is on an eie
vation of 200 feet, which lifts you
above the noise, dust and smoke of
the street hotels.
6th—The hotel is situated in the
center of 4% acres of beautiful
grounds, with thousands of roses and
other fragrant flowers to beautify the
surroundings.
7th—Eight h%ndred feet of wide ver
‘andas surround the hotel, giving to
‘the guest opportunities for rest and
promenade not found elsewhere,
- Bth—The view from these spacious
verandas cannot be described. Moun
tains, lakes, the Sound and the city
itself form one magnificent panorama
not found anywhere else on earth,
9th—The hotel lobby, parlors, Turk
ish room, etc., are exquisite, and form
a continuation of comfort and luxury
not often found in hotels.
10th—A Dutch grill has recently
been added, where service may be
had at all hours.
11th—The dining room cannot be
excelled. Breakfast and lunch are
served a la carte, at most reasonable
prices, and a table d’ hote dinner for
$l.OO is pronounced by all to be above
criticism.
12th—Rates—Extremely reasonable.
European plan—
Room, without bath, $l.OO per day
and upward.
‘Room, with bath, $2.00 per day and
The Kenyon
Salt Lake City’s
NEW HOTEL
Salt Lake City Utah
The Tacoma
W. B. BLACKWELL, Prop.
One of the best hotels
on the Pacific Coast.
American Plan $3.00
per Day and Upwards
TACOMA,
PHONE M 1334 NEW THEATER BLOCK
THE
Kenneth Hotel
SPOKANE, WASH. _
Newly furnished rooms. Steam heat,
Hot and cold water. All first-class out
side rooms.
PRIVATE AND FREE BATHS
Entrance 18 Bernard St.
Cor. Sprague, Bernard and Riverside.
Opposite Depot
Spokane, Wash
upward. -
’Bus service to and from all trains
and boats, 25 cents. 5
Trunks, each way, 25 cents.
Carriage fare (private), 50 cents.
Special rates made to parties for
one month or more,
13th—Being above the street and
away from the noise, you will enjoy
a night’s rest better at the Washing
ton than any other hotel in the city.
14th—Go to the Washington and if
you are not satisfied that it surpasses
all other hotels on the Pacific Coast
for excellent service and reasonable
prices, your bill will be nothing.
15th—Do not be deceived by bellev
ing that some other hotel in the city
is as good as the Washington, for such
is not the case. The Washington
stands alone as the most charming
and attractive hotel west of New
York.
The following people have stopped
at the Washington during the past
year :nd have given unstiated praise
and declared that in many respects it
excels any other hotel on the conti
cent:
Presideut Trteodore Roasevelt, Wm.
H. Moody, Secretary of the Navy;
Gov. Odell, of New York: Baron
Rothschild, Mr. Smith, of the Deßeers
Diamond Mines, South Africa; Hon.
Cornelius N. Bliss, Ex-Secretary of
Interfor; Hon. C. 8. Mellen, President
NY. &H B Ry.; ¥Mn, J. J. BllL,
Louis Hill and J. N, Hill, of the Great
Northern Ry.; Hon. Howard Elliott,
President N. P. Ry.; Adelina Patti, E.
H. Sothern, Gov. Brady, of Alaska;
Mme. Nordica, Maud Adams, Nat
Goodwin, Mrs. Fiske, all Raymond &
Whitcomb tourists, Richard Mansfleld
and other ecelebrities of the commer
cial and professional world. .
Don Porter
WASH.

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