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ortland New Age
Established 1896 A. D. Griffin, Manager
ioo et el ‘
i
Office, Room 317, Commonwealth Building 2
To insure aublication all local.-n;;s_x;mst.
reach us not later than Thursday morning of
each week. i
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Subscription price, one year, payable in ad
vance, $2.00. : !
i PORTLAND LOCALS gl
Mr. Lynch is able to be out, but far|
from well. ‘
Ulysses Thomas is slightly improveq |
in health this week.
Mrs. M. Keeble is suffering from a
severe cold and cough. i
A ® -
Mrs. Robert Jackson is on the sick
list this week, the result of a heavy
cold.
R. St. Clair & Co., the enterprising’
real estate agents, have faken rooms
in the Commonwealth building.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hill have re
moved from the east side and are now
located at Twenty-first and Glisan.
Chas. H. Gray was this week ad
mitted to the county hospital, having
been through sickness rendered unable
to care for himself.
Mrs. R, Bernard and daughters Irene
and Catherine, who have resided in
Portland for a number of vears, left
on the 11th inst. for Seattle, where
they expect to reside.
Do not forget that New Northwest
Lodge, No. 254, G. U. O. of O. F., will
celebrate their twenty-second anni
versary on the 18th at their hall. south
east corner of Second and Yambhill
streets.
Mt. Carmel Baptist Church has se
cured new quarters and will hold di
vire services every Sabbath morning
and evening at the Odd Fellows’ Hall,
southeast corner of Second and Yam
hill streets. |
Mr. and Mrs. Lee, recently of Los
Angeles, are stopping with Mrs. H.
Leßoy, of Twelfth and Davis. Mr. Lee
is very favorably impressed with Port
land and has entered into negotiations|.
for the purchase of some real estate,|
intending to permanently reside here.
On the 20th inst. Miss Pearl Miller,|
the talented young musician, will be|.
tendered a testimonial benefit at the|
A. M. E. Zion Church. Some of the ]
best talent of the city has volunteered |
to assist and we predict a large at |
tendance of her friends and admirers ]
on that occasion.
As the result of an altercation last
week between F. D. Thomas, the||
steward; J. Williams, erstwhile cook,
and J., Mills, the janitor of the Y. M.
C. A, Judge Cameron on Tuesday |
fined F. D. Thomas, the steward, $25; |
J. Mills, the janitor, $l5, and J. Wil- |
liams, the cook, is looking for another |,
situation. f
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On the 22nd inst. at the A. M. E.|!]
Zion Church, Thirteenth and Main|]
streets, a regular old-fashioned South- |1
ern “possum dinner” will be given for |
the benefit of the pastor, Rev. Geo. E. .1
Jackson. The culinary department is/
under the supervision of competent |
and experienced cooks and those at-|«
tending may feel assured of an excel- |1
lent repast. Besides the possums. tur- |-
key, sweet potatoes, etc., will be
served from one (1) o’clock Saturday,)
Dec. 22, until 9 p. m.
$98.75 Powers’ 3-Room Outfit Offer §QB 7
Powers’ Great
THREE-ROOM
OQUTFIT
$98.75
Special terms:
$lO.OO DOWN
$2.50 A WEEK
HERE IS A LIST OF WHAT THIS OUTFIT COMPRISES:
Read it carefully, and you’ll appreciate the importance of this offer: BEDROOM—Iron bed, woven wire spring, mattress, dresser. table, ke 1
b 9x9?111 wool rug. ID'NI'NtG RfiOOM—Hdtrbozérd, t?-tli;x_rt }oxten-bxont tahllc,l fnurl (llinindg chairs and one 9x9 all :vu)x; :u;; filztv piece dinner get, (on;;stfix;: 2?(6
, 6 7-inch plates, 6 shHup plates, 6 frul ishes, 6 butter dighes wread plate, 1 covered vegetable di ravy bowl, 1 pick i i
;‘]];):éssasl:‘(rgo:'igét:fllfle dishes. = KITCHEN—Cook stove, kitchen table, chair. e, § 00l vegeiabie T, IiTDDR e < N
’ = e .
POWERS “The Store that saves you Money.” Dignified Credit to All. FIRST ANE TAYLOR
g G T R T, e 5 S eST el s
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e e S se e e et
' A large number of the colored citi
' zens met at the A, M. E. Zion Church
on Monday evening and after an en
| thusiastic meeting, passed resolutions
;condemning the action of President
Roosevelt in discharging several com
‘panies of colored soldiers without the
least semblance of a trial. The re
ispects of those present were paid also
'to W. L. Brady and he was denounced
in strong terms for the stand he took
|in writing an article upholding the
' President in his action and claiming
. that the sentiments he expressed were
' shared by the better element amongst
i the colored people.
l On Dec. 2, in Philadelphia, Pa., Flora
' Batson, perhaps better known by her
stage name of Black Patti, was seized
with convulsions at her residence and
jdied after an illness of only two hours.
Although only 35 years of age, she
had achieved great renown as a
singer, not alone in this country but
in Europe as well, having appeared
before the rulers of most all of the
European countries as well as before
Pope Leo. She was a native of Aus
tralia, but came to America when
quite young. Her musical talents at
| tracted attention when she was nine
vears old as she sang in the church
choir in Providence, R. 1., and she was
given the benefit of services of some
of the most noted teachers of this
country, who prepared her for the
stage. On Thanksgiving last she ap
peared in a concert given in one of the
churches of Philadelphia. Many of
our citizens are personally acaquainted
wit. Mrs. Batson and feel that the
race has suffered a great loss.
As the population increases condi
tions change and new problems are
presented to us that demand our atten
tion. One or two instances have come
to our attention causing us to think
that the time is ripe for the formation
of a Ladies’ Aid Society or some kin
dred organization to take charge of
cases of destitution that may occur
in our midst. It has long been our
boast that a negro begger was an un
known quantity in this portion of the
globe and while it may yet be true
with the increasing population it is to
be expccted that from time to timeJ‘
cases will arise that we, as a people,
would rather be in a position to relieve
than to call upon €ither public charity
or the organized charities of the otherl
race. Let it be said of us as is said
of the Jew, that we take care of our
own paupers and unfortunates. Whilst |
we have churches and secret organ-!
izations they e€ach have their own
work to do and the limitations set upon
that work by the nature of their or
ganization leaves a field for another
organization in our mind. The New
Age would suggest that some of our
noble-hearted women make a move in
‘that direction. We promise them that
‘they can rely upon us for all the as
sistance in our power and feel that
the colored citizens as a whole will|
ira.lly to their support.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS.
New Grand Chapter Organized in the
State of Louisiana Nov. 29, 1906. l
Several subordinate Warranted |
Chapters of Royal Arch Masons in the
state of Louisiana met in convention
in New Orleans, La. Nov. 29th, 1906,
and there regularly and lawfully or
ganized the John G. Jones Most Excel-‘
lent Grand Chapter of TRoyal Arch’
Masons for the state of Louisiana and
jurisdiction. The Grand Chapter was
named in honcr of John G. Jones, of
Chicago, who is a prominent Mason
and Grand Master of the Grand En-|
campment of Knights Templars of the |
United States, and a former member
of the legislature of the state of Illi
nois. The following grand officers
were elected:
William T. Grani_Most Excellent
Grand High Priest.
Rev. J. D. P. Connor—Deputy Grand
R et —————— e me v s
e e e it
. High Priest.
, J. H. Barnes, M. D.—Grand King.
.! C. W. Jones—Grand Scribe.
; John L. Brown—Grand Treasurer.
t - Le¢on Bolds—Grand Secretary.
.! Rev. John Batiste—Grand Chaplain.
»' Preston Russell—Grand Captain of
. the Host.
) Frank H. Bessic—Grand Principle
| Sojourner,
. Geo. E. Jacobs—Grand Royal Arch
» Captain.
"' RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED.
L, The United Supreme Council of the
Ancient Accepted and Scottish Rite
. for the Southern and Western Masonic
. Jurisdiction, United States of America,
its Territories and Dependencies, held
| a special session in Chicago on Dec.
_ 2nd, 1906, for the purpose of taking
, some action on the death of Inspector
. General Stewart Campbell, 33, of
. Washington, D. C., who died at his
' home in Washington, D. C., on Dec. 1,
11906, John G. Jones, 33, Sovereign
|Grand Commander delivered a touch
|ing eulogy on the life and character
| gfnlnspector General Stewart Campl
| bell.
: The committee on resolutions, con-]
sisting of S. H. Prather 33, F. A. Camp
|bell 33, E. A. Harper 33, A. W. Forq
|33, Oscar Campbell 33, presented the
| following resolutions, which were
lunanimously adopted:
| Whereas, The members of this
| United States Council has received
| the sad intelligence from Inspector
'!General H. C. Scott 33, of Washington, |
| D. C., conveying to us the information
that Inspector General Stewart Camn
bell 33, of Washington, D. C., had died,
and
, Whereas, The members of this Su
‘| preme Council have always recognized
|in Brother Stewart Campbell a man of
lJofty aspirations and honorable deeds,
and 2 Mason who was zealous, and an
active worker in helping to build up
|the Masonic fraternity and spread the
true light of Freemasonry everywhere
so dispersed around the globe:
Therefore, be it resolved, That we
’deeply lament over the death of In
'spector General Stewart Campbell, and
(in the death of Inspector General
| Stewart Campbell 33, the Masonic fra
|tprnity among colored Masons in the
;United States hag lost a true Mason
{and a brilliant advocate; the communi
ity in which he lived has lost a splen
did citizen, and his wife has lost ar
lexce]lent husband;
| Resolved, further, That this United
| Supreme Council now at special ses
'sion in the city of Chicago extend our
‘heartfelt sympathy to Mrs. Carrie
| Campbell, the widow of our dececased
| Inspector General Stewart Campbell. =
! Resolved further, That a copy of
' these resolutions be forwarded to the
| family of the deceased and the same
be spread upon the records of this
{ United Supreme Council.
i Jost Bros. Saloon, 340 Williams ave
inue, fine wines, liquors and cigars.
Family trade a specialty. *
i A good place to get your soft or stiff
"hats renovated is 249% Alder street,l
lbetween Second and Third. ’ ‘
| Ryan & John, dealers In choice gro-|
ceries, meat, fish and poultry, phone,
Main 522, 61 Nortk Park street, cor
ner Davis. .
! L. N. Nees, boot and shoemaker.
Fine repairing a specialty. Give him
a call when you need anything in
this line, 3221 Williams av., Portland,
Oregon. .
i _— )
| Dyeing and cleaning of all kinds of
ladies’ and gents’ clothing, crepe
shawls, silk, velvet and lace dyed
equal to new; 7lace curtains and
bankets cleaned by a new process;
mourning garments dyed in 48 hours.
All work done at very moderate prices.
104 North Third street.
e ———t s et e s .
M. J. Gill'Co., wholesale and retail
meat dealers, 512 Mississippi avenue,
Portland, Oregon. Phone East 665.
J. Wallgreen dealer in staple and
| fancy groceries, 634 Thurman street.
| Telephone Pacific 911. .
| Always ask for the famous Genersl
| Arthur eigar. Esberg-Gunst Cigar
Qe., general agents, Portland, Or. *
The Anheuser, Henry M. Williams,
| proprietor, 234 Morrison street, corner
|Second, Portland, Ore. Telephone
| Main 2517.
| Albina Club (George Ross), choice
| wines, liguors and cigars, 134 Russell
| street, Portland, Ore. Phone East
.| 4386,
| Everett Market, (E. L. Peck, Prop.),
| Choice Meats and Poultry, 413 Everett
| Street, corner Tenth, Portland, Ore.
| Phone Main 1540,
oy \
C. Anderson, staple and fancy gro
cerids, Twenty-first and Thurman
]streets. ’Phone - Hood 57. Fresh
roasted coffee a specialty. ‘
| . Royal Market, Bair & Werth propri-'
etors, fresh and cured meats, fish,
poultry and game. 439 Union avenue
north, corner Tillamook. Phone East
167. .
| North 16th Street Market, A. Wur
ltenberger, proprietor, choice poultry,
| fresh and salt meats, phone Main 1395,
230 North Sixteenth street, Portland,
Ore. .
Meredith sells good butter, 1106
Commercial street, Tacoma, Wash.
Free—one car ticket with each $l.OO
purchase of teas, coffees, canned or
package goods. -
The QOak Cafe. Choicest line of
wines, liquors and cigars. P. W. Pick,
proprietor. Oregon Phone Pacific
2118, corner Fourth and Oak streets,
Portland, Ore. o
Martin Marks Coffee Co., 252 Third
Street, Telephone Main 1893, Monte
Cristo Java and Mocha Coffee always
pleases. If you want a good, rich
drinking coffee, insist on getting Monte
Cristo Java and Mocha. .
Red Front Shoe Store, J. F. John- |
son, Proprietor. Fine dress shoe€s;
workingmen’s and loggers’ shoes at
$3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 per pair.
Repairing neatly done. 85 North Sixth
street, between Everett and Flanders,
next door to the Union House, Port
land, Oregon. Phone Main 4062.
“THE MILWAUKEE”
“The . Pioneer Limited” St. Paul to
Chicago.
“Overland Limited” Omaha to Chi-|
‘cago.
l “Southwest Limited” Kansas City
| te Chicago. ¢
! No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world equals in equip
ment that of the
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
Railway.
They own and operate their own
sleeping and dining cars and give
their patrons an excellence of service'
[nat obtainahle elgewhere. TRerthg on
their sleepers are longer, higher and
wlder than lin similar cars on auy’
other line. They protect their trains|
by the Block system. Connections
made with all transcontinental lines
in Union depots. .
H. 8. ROWE, General Agent,
. 134 Third St., Portland.
Powers’ Great
THREE-ROOM
OUTHIT
$98.75
Special terms:
$lO.OO DOWN
$2.50 AWEEK
| A.CORRIGAN ’
‘Barton, Or., Clackamas River
% Best Fishing and Hunting Grounds ’
in the Northwest 1’
SANDSTROM BAKERY
No. 776 Williams Avenue
' Fresh Bread and Cakes Daily ‘
| PIES AND CANNED GOODS
' TELEPHONE EAST 95 |
' T. J. COFER & SONS l
Grocery & Meat Market,
735 Williams Avenue l
| Phone Woodlawn 149 i
| MILLER, BUCK & CO.
| Phone Woodlawn 406
Williams Ave. & Fargo ’
LOUIS SCHUMACHER
FURRIER ‘
Furs Remodeled into Latest Style.
Boas, Stoles, Ties, for less than at
any other place.
185 Madison Street |
G. J. Erdner R. Hochuli |
ERDNER & HOCHULI
Chicago Market |
Dealers in Fresh and Cured Meats. All Kinds | -
of Sausages. 187 Third Street, near Yamhill.
Phone Main 413. Portland, Oregon. ‘
D. C. BURNS
THE GROCER |
TELEPHONE 616 :
210 Third St., Portland, Oregon.
l JOHN E. MALLEY ’
DEALER IN
Staple & Fancy Groceries
Teas and Coffees a Specialty
492 Washington, Near Isth
Phone Main 2167 PORTLAND, OREGON
' 'WEEKS GRANITE CO. l
For First Class Work and |
LOWEST PRICES
in Portland
Cor. Fourth and m; Streets
One Block South of City Hall
DRUGS, STATIONERY
IMPORTED & DOMESTIC
PERFUMES
Prescriptions, Family Recipes. Phone
your orders East 5169.
W. C. CHURCH, Pharmacist
677 Williams Ave., Cor. Fargg
f NATIONAL WINE CO.
Pure Wine & Liquors
' WE SELL DIRECT TO
| THE FAMILIES
Fifth and Stark Streets
Phone Main 6499 PORTLAND, ORE.
E. B. COLWELL
Wholesale and retail
GROCER
PHONE MAIN 403
281, 283 and 285 Third St.
CORNER JEFFERSON
PORTLAND, OREGON
Rupert’s Pharmacy
PHONE MAIN 6421
Bverything New, Fresh and Up-
To-Date. We solicit your trade.
Purity pre-eminent. Pure Drugs J
an important matter. Prescriptions
precisely prepared. We never sub
stitute. Perfumes of the highest
character. We want your confidence
460 Jefferson St.
Opo. Bullivants Grocery POrtiand, Or.
PORTLAND, OREGON
Tourists’ & Commercial Men’s
HEADQUARTERS
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS
Hot and Cold Wate-. Private Baths.
Phone in Each Room.
All Outside Rooms.
Far Woet Park and Morricon Streets | me:
e e . ettt e . ee e et et et et Nt s P
l P. A. TAYLOR
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fruits, Confections, Cigars, Tobaceos and Fan
' cy Coffees, Teas and Spices at Lowest Prices
i 447 Union Ave. Free Delivery Phone East 440
'___._A.. R eTS
AUGUST STORZ
: Dealer in
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Vegetalibes, Fruits and™ Dairy Produce
Phone East 598
469 Williams Ave. PORTLAND, OREGON
C. S. NELSON
Dealer in
‘Staple and Fancy Groceries
| and Provisions '
l 154 N. Fourteenth St., Cor. Irving
John’s Meat Market
J. D. MERGENS, Prop.
Fresh Meats, Beef, Pork, Mutton, Bacon
and Hams
Corned Beef and Pickled Pork a Specialty
Phone Main 1954
43'4 N. Sixth Street PORTLAND, OREGON
W. R. Williams Al Cleveland
FASIHIION STABLES
Hacks, Livery, Boarding
Twentieth and Washinfton Sts.
West End Exposition Bldg.
' Phone Main 45 PORTLAND, OREGON
The Union Meat Co.
All Dining Cars and First Class Hotels and
Restaurants buy the
UNION MEAT COMPANY’S
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
The Best in the Market. Patronize Home In
dustry. PORTLAND, OREGON
HALL PHARMACY CO.
Telephone East 873
Union Avenue and Tillamook Street
PORTLAND OREGON
ROBERT A. PRESTON
PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST
Cor. 23d and Thurman Sts.
Phone Main 1610 PORTLAND, OREGON
SCHWIND & BAUER
Shoe Repairing
Machine and Hand. Only Goodyear Machine
in Our City. Shoes made to Order.
Shoes Called for and Delivered.
Telephone Pacifie 2228,
269 Yamhill Street PORTLAND, OREGON
The Portland Hat Works
Manufacturers of
'FINE SOFT AND STIFF HATS
Hats Dyed, Cleaned and Blocked. Our spe
cialty: Panamas (leaned and Bleached.
24914 Alder St., bet. Second and Third.
Branch: 422 Washington St. Portiand, Or
CUR WORK IS BUT ONE GRADE — THE BES|
| We make a specialty of laundering Lace Curtains
CRESCENT LAUNDRY (O.
549 Morrison Street.
We sup(»lv the Buteher trade with nice, elear
aprons. Why buy your aprons and then pay te
have them laundéred when we will supply
them for just what it costs you now to have
them laundered. Our wagon will call.
M. J. Gardner. Phone Main 1900 M. Gardne!
GARDNER BROS.
Manufacturers of the
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Silk Tie Cigars
.
UNION MADE
209! Madison Street PORTLAND, GREGON
ARTHUR LAVY
Furnisher and Hatter
“HE MAKES SHIRTS ”»
486 Washington Bt., Opposite Heilig's Theater
PORTLAND, OREGON
C. BLUM, Proprietor
al
Decler in Fresh, Cured and Smoked Meats,
kams, Bacon, Lard, Sausages, Efc.
Also Fish and Clams.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIAL’
Cor. Seventeenth and Savier Sts,
Phone Main 1632 Portland, Oregon
’ g
Frank L. Smith Meat Co.
228 Alder St., between Ist and 2d Sts
- “FIGHTING THE BEEF TRUST”
We are Portland’s only independent
slaughterers and jobbers. The only
ones not controlled by the trust. The
only ones who do not use preserva
tives and adulterations,
Rolled Roast Beef ...............10¢
Ilean BHosst Mutton ............"8e
Mutton fTor Dolllng ©.............. Ge
Mution IDr (lewW. ... .il. i 000000 Be
Loin Multon Chops ...........12%¢
Shoulder Mutton Chops ..........100
Lean Roast Veal ................:300]
Hreast Vesl Boast . ......ci1...c0. 100
VOOI B .. i ene B
Youl ROl ... ..o sveis i 12% e
HEmbnks ok ... ... ... e sisiOe
TR RN .. . i s senii O
Frankfort SBausage ....:..........10a
BOIOERS BRUWES ... ............. 8¢
Breakfast Baconm .............}M%ec
TRES B il s 120
Fine Shoulder Steak ............. 8¢
ROBRE BIERK ......ic.so owy 300
BN Publ Boust ...ciii..ivhicciai DO
Pine BOMINE Poek .........i000..+ DO
SNO TR TR . .iiiiaciaciasies DO
TIo CUtE B .. oivociioniariiv B 8
Briakel BOer ........coocnidaisavi B@
CORD MAEE .0 i ik s e O
It is up to the taxpayers of Port
land. Are you going to allow the beef
frust to continue robbing you of thou
sands of dollars annnaily through the
o= 4o 4%a Dart of Partland

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