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THE DAILY ASTOktlAN, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBRtt 12, 1817.
JUST NOW- A Large Variety of Children's School Shoes, the Best on Earth ail and See Our Nofcfcy High School Walking Boot At the Oil Reliable Stand- 5- John Hahn & Co. Ara Wi 1 479 Commercial St. A. V. ALLEN. Groceries, Feed, Fruits, Vegetables, Crockery, Logger's Supplier Cor.Tenth and Commercial street. CHAS- KAN & CO 367 Commercial St Dealer In Chinese and Japanese Curios, Fine Decorated China w are, Nik Fancy (roods. Manufacturers of Ladies' and Children's Underwear Gent's Shirts Made to Order. TODAY'S WEATHER. Rain Umbrellas LOCK?. KEYS AND SgwiNti MACHI.NEA- Also ,11 tight Machinery. C. H. Orkwitz 443 DC AXE. Prices cut In two. AROUNDTOWN. TUESDAT. The last triumph of Christianity may b a perfect hygiene Chanmng. Try Schilling's Beat tee and baking powdsr. Everybody wants a bridge over Toons' Hay. Floe cabbage for kraut at Rosa, Hlg gln V Co.'. Groceries at the lowest price, at the Paclfle Grocery Co. Bicycle and repair shop at IS Ninth street. Charge, reasonable. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Thibault, of Sun shine, are visiting In the city. Our price, are the lowest in the city. Call and sa. us. Pacific Grocery Co. Umbrellas covered and repaired by a practical workman, at IK Ninth street. Ask for sample of Chose A Sanborn's famous teas, at Rosa, Hlgg.ns Co.'s. We carry the best line of school shoes in the city. Columbia Shoe Co. Fresh lc. cream and Ice cream soda it the Parlor candy factory, 483 Commercial street. The county clerk yesterday issued a marriage license to Chas. Rows and Mary Polklta, The big logging engine being built by the Columbia Iron works, Is almost ready for delivery. Captain James Gregory, of Honolulu, Is In the city visiting his brother, Captain William Gregory, of the Manzanita. Sunday the sheriff took Joseph Hatfield back to Portland where he Is being held as a witness In the Tomllnson Skipanon case. Alex Gilbert was the only man In town who celebrated the Manzanlta trial trip. He built a large bonfire on the hill as the ship passed down the harbor. A carload of "Hot Blast" and "Queen heaters to arrive; latest Improvements. Do not buy before comparing quality and price. Fisher Brothers, sale agents. The funeral of the late A. W. Berry took place from Grace church at 12:3" Sunday. A large number of friends and relatives were present. The floral offer ings were profuse and very beautiful. The pall-bearers were Hon. C. H. Pace, E. W. Tallant, C. J. Trenchard, B. Van Dusen. C. S.Wright. H. Chrlstensen, J. O. Hanthom, and Angus Gorr. $20002 " Quality " in baking tier means "c!o k " and ' well." Schilling's Lc:l is f..il now l'.o ' of i: A Sclii''inv S:.:i Repaired Suits to order. from $12.50 Pants to order, from $300 up up ..FLYNN, the Tailor.. Mr. F. P. Kendall and family spent Sunday at their Seaside cottage, "The Crow's Nest." Ashland peaches cheap and food; also a large supply of other fin. fruits it Ross, Hlgglns Co. P. J. Meany, the leading merchant tailor, IS" Tenth St. The highest price paid for fur skins. If you have not engaged seats for to night, do so at once, good seats are be. Ing rapidly engaged. Take your best friend to th. rarlor for Ice cream and Ice cream soda. Prl rat. parlors for ladles. Mrs Sorenwn, a former resident of Astoria, was married In Salem the other day to Prof. C. V. ThleU Mr. J. G. Woodworth. the new general freight agent of the O. R. N. Co., with his family, yesterday visited Seaside. New, at Columbia Shoe Co., Laird, Schobcr fc Co.'s ladies' fine shoes. Go to the Parlor, successors to C B. Smith, for pure, sweet cream and fresh creamery butter ana buttermilk .very day. Contractor Normile Is pushing the work on the Bond otreet Improvement as fast as possible in order to get out of the way of wet yeather. Furnished room to rent with good table board, at reasonable rates, at Mrs. E. C. Holden's, corner of Duane and Ninth streets. It has been decided not to reserve any seats for the recital at the opera houe and first arrivals win have choice of seats. Commander John P. Merrell, of the Thirteenth light house district, yester day visited the light ship on the Col umbine. Seal, calfskin and crack-proof calf winter shoes for ladies. Co lumbia Shoe Co. Regular Oregon weather set In yester day af-.ernon. It was only a misty fore runner of what may be expected for the n-i: six months. Sunday was an ideal October day. Many Astorians walked out to John Day's, and many others drove out on the Olney road, which was In fine condition. When you want a real life-like snd artistic photo, don't fan to call on Snod grass. The wort he Is turning out now is ahead of anything ever made In As toria before. Captkan John Plnckernell, who took the steamer Mayflower to Dyea. Alaska, some two months ao, has returned to Astoria for a visit while hU N i, undergoing repairs. FAIR WARNING! Take advantage of Herman Wise's Red Letter Sale before it is oyer; youH be .eorry if you don't ! Good poods sold wav down ! He who hesitates will lose monev. W. A. Eutterfleld, J. G. Wood won h, wif mother and sii-ter. W. J. Burns, Portland; I. Rosenblatt. W. S. Weiler. F. A. Cox head, E. E. Pleron. San Francisco: Col J. I. Rangers, Fifth artillery, C. W. Towr.shay, Fourh artillery, E. P. Miller. V. S. A.. Lieut. -Col. H. C. Hasbrouck. Major Chesvr. r. S. A , Washington, D. C; S. C. Pierre. Duluth; W S. Littl. C. H. Poole, Boston; F. E. Low and mother, st. pa,il: j. B. TTeg-ardt anil son. Fort Stevens; Tr-H Colbert, Dan Jones. Ilwaco; E. Mason, Warrenton, were reg- Istered at the Occident yesterday. -so amount of a? or storing will make bad sihifkry gvyyj. jt mu9t gooa when made and must he stored in wood ana not in mtal Cyrus Noble Old Bourbon Whiskey Is stored In oak wood barrels. This develops Its flavors an ojiiir properties. Th.-se flavors make It delicious In 'orktslls. it Is the only Am'-riean Whiity o( international rep. utotion. ite-emng to the ".mmiir.1catlon In yes- terimys nregonfan. signl by Harbor Master Olenn, TTnrhor Master R. M. Stuart said to a reporter last eventne: T did not telegraph to Glenn direct In rec-ard to the V.' left with him for sup. plies by the sailors of the Arrsean. I wired my people, however, as I knew they would jny attention to the matter. I thought that the harbor master would pay no more attention to my telram than he does to the port of Portland, andj that it would be no use to wire him. He did se-nd down two towels, eight ounces of tobaee,, two bottles of whiskey, and four dollars and sixty rjents in chhne. If he had left out the whiskey I would have found no fault. It Is true that the harbor maeter of Portland owe? no allerisnee to the harbor master of Astoria. if he did he would do his duty or resign. The action I took was upo" eomphht of the captain of the Arrae-an." The Clatsop Mill company's box fac tory I running night a.nd day In order to nil lis San Franctsvo order. Rob. OWd. of Tom dlarr's logging camp, cut his foot with an aw on fVit. urdhy and Is In the city for treat ment. C. O. Palmberg, the leading contractor and builder, Is prepared to do all kinds of jobbing and building work; 4TJ Duane street. Tickets and reserved seats for Re. oltal for sale at Orirfln Reed's. Tick, eta,' W cents. No charge for reserved seats. Gallery, SS cents. A Vemporary ttrtdge hns ln built aoross Bind slough, to facilitate track, laying, which will be pushed to a ftiitsh this week by the Harris machine. The public schooe have adopt eld a new geography In place of Montolth's, which will be Introduced Into all new-coming classes, Inrudlng those of this term. In the Justice's court yesterday a young boy named Edwin E. Irsen was fined KS for attacking a Chinaman. The sen. tence was usprnded during good behavior. The ladles millenary society of the Congregational church, will meet this af ternoon at f:S at the residence of Mrs. E. S. Bollinger. STT Tenth street. The study wll be Mexico. Those attending the library benefit are Invited to the Etook oyster parlors after the performance, to partake of Baltimore oysters on the halt shell, and Shoalwater Pay shell Bsh. Open till S a. m. Oppo. lne hypnotism m legaru 10 hi site Astorian. ' mora to of children was eminently ci.rr.vt. ! Teachers should hold classes In moruN Contractor C. O. Palmberg Is rushing ! least one a week, an.1 young bnvs the work on the new public bowling si- J " hou,' b " ('",Wl,lly UUJtM lev, on Commercial street. Tl will build : h' ni'h of hl,m"n M" " ,n nlhrT Ws own alleys, and he is confident that department. TV rent a should I the first he will turn out as smooth a floor as teachers, but at school the paramount any In the city. ! Principles should be Inculcated, and the : foundation of crime certainty would be lessened from such a system. Sunset Sunday evvnlrg was perhaps the most beautiful ever seen In Astoria. Hun-! " dreds were delighted with It. snd cer tainly Italy could furnish nothing finer. Every color In the rainbow was visible upon a most peculiar background of clouds. On the fifteenth Instant Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Anderson of Gray's Diver will celebrate their silver wedding. The event will be the feature of the season on the north shore. Many Astorians have already engaged boats In order to attend. Mr. Anderson has erected a new house for the occasion. Mr. Fred Rosenstock hns opened an ovstr house, where he will give first class service to his patrons. Mr. Rosen stock for three years edreructed the Olym pian Oyster company In Portland and Is capable of preparing sea delicacies In the most approved fashion. In Sunday's Issue, mentioning the var. ious parties wno supertntemie.1 nrrr- ent departments of the work on the Man- sanlta. such as the palntirg. upholster- cub! May it always win and prosper. Ing. electrical work. etc.. It was not In tended to convey the Idea that these gentlemen were subcontractors of tre government, under the Astoria Iroi works. They were simply nmg-d as ex. perts In their particular lines to super. Intend the work done by the compnnv. which furnished all the material and paid all the wages. as per th-- terms of Its contract with the government. Sunday morning a company of disting uished army officers, from Washington, D. C, aniveil In the city, and after breakfast took the stetimer Pwyer down the river for the purpose of Inspecting Fort Stevens, Scarborough Head and Fort Canny. They returned In the evening and took the night boat for Portland on their way to San Dleco. After Inspecting the fortifications at the latter point they will leave for th- Atlantic coast omitting the stations on the gulf of Mexico, by special order from the department, rP. trs.1 llnea between St. Paul and Chicago, reived white here. The nvmbers of th or the S""iral comfort of traveling over boanl are Col. John T. Rodgers. Flfth,,hl" popular line. For particulars call artillery. C. P. Townsbey. Fourh artll- "" the nearest ticket agent or addr-ssj ley. C. P. Miller and Lieut. -Col. H. C. J- C. Pond, G. P. A.. Milwaukee. Wig.. Hasbrouck. It Is their duty to Inspect or Geo. S Batty. General Agent. 2l coast defenses Col. Hasbrouck Is an old friend and comrade of Dr. W. D. Bak-r. they having served together In one of the Indian campaigns. Free! Free! THE.... Stormer Bicycle Given Free With American's Best Teas Coffees Spices AT THE GREAT AMERICAN IMPORTING TEA COMPANY'S 571 Commercial Street Astoria Free Wheels to bovs, jslrb, en- tlomen and ladies. Wheels real easy to get with our Teas, 20c, 25c, 30c, -'35c, -J0c,'50c per pound; CoU'ee, 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c per pound; Spices, 10c, loc, 20c, 2;jc per can. Wheels free as good Wheels as money can buy. Warrenton Is Columbia Harbor Land Co. CORNER... BOND and ELEVENTH STS. Ma1 on application. FA IK W A UN I Mi! Take advantage of Herman Wise's Kod Letter Sale Wforo it is over; you'll he sorry if you don't ! Good goods sold way down! Ho who hesitates will lose monev. Yesterday, a gent. -man wlioeo buys a-'id girls are attomllng th iiilll- schools, sajd to a reporter that lit hi opinion the " T ,h 1"!,t of ,,u' m"' Warning Persons who suffer from coughs and colds should heed Hie warn- Ings of danger and save themselves suf fering and fatal results by using "e Minute Tough Cure. It Is an Infallible remedy for coughs, colds, croup and nil throat ami lung trouNs. rt'as. Roiter The returning ladles and gentlemen of the A. F. C. express themselves as de. lighted at the royal reception and great friendship shown by the Oregon Road club; they InslMed on paying hotel ex. p-nes. wined and dined (hem ami threw their club rooms open to the visitors They were eager to make every Astor ian comfortable and they succeeded ad mirably; as Herman Wise .xpnsse.1 It: "Tou ladles and gentlemen have not only won the bowling match, but you hav won our hearts and lasting friendship." The Oregon Road club has established a rmme for Itself of which every member of that club may truly be proud. The Astorians are now nnxlously awaiting the opportunity to reclpromte to the limit of tnHr ability. Long vs the Oregon Rood "ln Glen. ArkOur children were """"' '" 'n - receireo a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, " ""most instant rellef.-F. A. ton- This celebrated remedy Is for ,,aIe bjr Estes-Conn Drug Co. THE OBJECTION NOT OOOP. There are people who have objection to advertising matter In the columns of a newspaper. The ground of objection Is that they do not want to read ad vertisements. Now thisi objection Is n.t g'od, for oftentimes th-ee advertise ments convey valuable Information. For Instance, how-. to? would the trav eling public learn of the excellent din Ing car service of the Wisconsin Cen- Stark street, Portland, "r. Northern Pacific railroad trains leave Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. m. f r Tacoma, Spokane, and the East. Cl--se connection made at Spokane for Rosa land, Nelson, Sandow and British Co lumbia mining camps. For map. and Information call on or add rem C. W. STONE. Astoria, Or. When going East travel on the North em Pacllc Railway. Qulk time and the only line running dining cars. Train leaves Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. m. NOTICE. Notice Is hereby g-lvem that all ijuar terly licenses are now due and payable to the Chief of Police at his office, nl If not paid within ten days from date of this notice, a penal'y of 23 per cent additional will be charged. H. E. NELSON. Auditor and Polie. Judge. Astoria, Or., October 3, 1S97. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If It falls to cure' 25c. For sale by Charles Rogrs. AN APPEAL FOR CLOTHING. Help the poor and needy by sending clothing to the parlors of the W. C. T. I. In Rescue hall on air.y Thursday from 2 p. m. till 3 p. m. NOTICE TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE FISHERMEN'S PACKING CO. Notice Is hereby given to the stock holders of the Fishermen's Packing Co. that :l regular acnual meeting will be held at their office at Astirlo, Oregon, the 2fth .lay of October, 1OT, (it 9 o'clock a. m for the purpose of electing a board of directors and transacting other busi ness that may come before the meeting. JOHN PETERSON. President. AUG. MOBERO, Secretary. Astoria, Or., Hept. 29, 1897. the Best... i THE CENTER ON THE Everybody Knows that Warrenton values will soon doubled, It Is distinctly the best property on the market. Fine large level lots, surrounded by many Improvements, at very low prices. Is It not a fine investment? IKE ASTORIAN WANT COLUMNS WANTKtV WANTKI-15ellnbK girt for general housewxM-k; tlrsl.cluss wngm to class cook. Keferences required. Ap ply at Astortnn ottlv. MEN WANTED. Kallrvmd hands wanted fur Immedlat. work on track. Apply at ro.tti 4. Flaeei block. A. C. It. IU a LOST. lAWT Yestrrikiy, on iVtnuierclal street, a red satin ribbon s.ih. llu.ltr will recelvn IIN-ral reward by leaving a! Astorian oltlce. I.OST-MIlk account Uxk. at Astorian office. W J. ron rbnt. please leave Iniialls. FOR KENT-Furnlshed rooms, at suite or single, by the day or month Hotel Tlghe, under antlr. new manag' men I. t.reat reduction In rates. Mrs O. V. Ittrter. manager. C. Elevenlk and Franklin. PROFES8IONAU CARDS. C. C. B ROWER. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Uundereon UuU ling. Assorts, Oregon. H. T. CROSBY. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ta Commercial street Cheater V. nolph. Rlrhard Nti OOLHH & NIXON. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Portland. Oregon, . 5. and V Hamilton Building All legal and eol lection busln ss promptly attended ts Claims against ths government a ape etelt. - I Ml. JAY TL'TTLE. PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON Office, rooms S and t. Pylhlaa bulMi IW Commercial St, Residence aara Telephone it. Ms Acting assistant surgeon U. S rlne hospital service. Q A. BOWLBT. ATTORNEY AND COVNSF.LOH AT LAW. Offic on Bond street, Astoria. Or DR. O. B. E8TES. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Special attention to diseases of women itnd surgery. Offles over Dsnslger's store. Astoria Telephone No. U- DR. H. L. HENDERSON. Office, Kinney Building. Asiorls Office hours, 7 to I a. m.; 11 to I and I to 1 p. m. Special attenlon given to the treatment of Diseases of th. Eye Chronic Dis eases, and 8urgry. H. A. SMITH. DENTIST. Cf,'4iV Room 1 and 2, Pythian Building over C. H. Cooper', rtor.. JOHN T. LIGHTER, ATTORN ET-AT-LA W. Office, upstairs, Astorian Building. SOCIETY MEETINOB. TEMPLE LODGE NO. T, A. F. and A. M. Regular communications hsld on the first and third Tuesday .venlnf of each month. O. W. LOUN8BERRT. W. U. E. C. HOLDEN. Secretary- RECITAL -- BENEFIT OF.... Astoria Public Library Tuesday Evening, October 12tb Fisher's Opera House Mrs. Walter Keed, Contralto Mlsl Ax'ies Watt, Soprano MW Clan Young, Pianist Miss Maud Warren, Accompanist TICKETS... (JAI.IXkV go CENTS sg CENT5 The fitelnwa' piano for the occasion Is klnd y loaned l r Hon. lit-rijsmln Young. OF DEVELOPMENT WEST SIDE be t'lllKK W rol.lOlC 8AI.K. Notice Is heieby given I tint by virtus of a warrant Issued, snd delivered lo m by I tin Auditor utul I'ollce Judge of (lis TUy of Astoria, In Clatsop county. Pre gon. of date of the IMh day of Heplemhsr A. IV IM'7, commanding ms lo forthwith levy upon th. following described proii erty; llrgliinlng t a H feel north, I de gree il mlnulrs west (nun I In northeast corner of lot 4, Mock Ul. Blilly'. As toria; thence north 4 ih sires .n iniaute west, li feet; thence south W .tssress J3 nilitut.s wrsl, hi feet; thence south I de grees V, minute cast, bo Is-1 ; tlisncs on a lino parallel with the north lm of said lot, lli frVa id plnee of te,in lilni And to sell the same, In (hs manner pro vided by law, to satisfy an assessment against said real properly, amounting to 1100, what was assessed against said property as benefit, for the sxter.slon of Commercial street In said oily from Hsv enteenth Street to Twenty-third street, and which said real property Is assessed o th property of The Oregon lUilr-ad and Navigation Company, I did. on ths nih day tt 8-ptember, duly levy upon j all ths afore-dreorlbed property, and on tho IMh day of Uioosr. iwr, at i, o'clock p. m. of said dy. at and In fr- nt ; of the court house door at Astoria, Clot sop county, orrgi n. I will proceed to sell, nt public auction, to th highest bidder therefor, sll th. right, tills. Interest and estate of th. SAldTheOrvgon!Uilro.d and Navigation Company In snd t i .aid real pro.erty to satisfy said assesamsnl I and the costs and expense, of sale, ! E. HAMVK, Chief of Police. ! tated Astoria. Oregon, dept. I. 1"VT. ! CHIKK OF POLICE BALK. I ' ' operates) stjn-liea:ed veetfliuled Notl-e is ber-ter gtvn that by virtue j ,nUn oarrvtnei tlw Ut-eaH isrtvats com iof a warrant Issued, ami dTltersd to m. j l'l Mary buffet smoking l y the Auditor snd Police Ju.lg. of the 1 pal''a drawing room slee,ra i City of Astorlt, In Oatsi county. Or.- 'parlor cars, free reclining chair cars tad j gin of date of the th day of Swomker I ths very teal dining car service. ' A. IV IWT, commanding n. to forthwith I levy upon lb. following described prop- rty: H. ginning at a point X fret north. 4 de. grees :i minutes west (nm the northesat corner of lot bin, k Ul, fllilvelsv's As t"Ma. thence north I degrees ; minutes i weal, bo feet: thence South K degroes K j ntlnulra west, !f feel; thence smth 4 de- grirs mlnulrs rust. if) fsei; thencs ( on a line parallel with th north line of said lot, to feet, to the ploro of begin ning, I And to sell the same In tho manner pro- vldrd by law, to satisfy an nssessnieni J against said real property, amounting lo I HI. what was assessed against said ! property as benefit, for th. extension of , Commercial street In saH city from Bsv i enteenth street to Twenty-third street, ; and w hich said real property rs aeeel I us :he property of The Oregon Ra'lroad j snd Navigation Company, I did, on th , 10th day of 8eptein1er, I"j7 duly levy upon ' all the afore-dacrltd property, and on tho lth day of 0'1"ber. IS3T. st Ji o'clock p. m. of said day, at and In front ! I of the court house door st Astoria. Oat- sop county. Oregon. I win proceed to sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder therefor, all th. right, title, Int.rsst and estate of 'he saldTheOregonltallroad and Navigation Company In and to said real property to satisfy said assessment and the costs and expense of sale. E. HALLOCK, Chief of Police. Dated Astoria. Otcgon, Sept. i", 1NV7. chief of police bale Notice la hereby given that by virtue of a warrant Issued, and delivered to me by tho Auditor and Police Judgn of the City of Astoria, In ?latsp county. Ore gon, of date of the th day of September A. D. 1S97, commanding m. to forthwith levy upon the following described prop erty: Beginning at a point M feet north, 4 de grees 28 minutes west from tho northrnst corner of lot t, block 131, Shlveley's As tcrlu; thenca north 4 degree m minute, west, 100 feet; thence gbuth 113 degrees 32 minutes west, In feet; thertco south 4 de grees 28 minutes east, ldi feet; thence on a line parallel with the north line of raid lot, M feet, to (bo pTnco of begin ning, And to sell th. same In th. manner pro vided by law, to satisfy an assessment against said real property, amounting to J100, what was assessed against said property as benefit for the extension of Commercial street In said city from Sev enteenth slreot to Twenty-third street. and which said real property la assessed as the property of The Oregon Railroad I and Navigation Company, 1 did, on th. 10th day of September, 1CT duly levy upon all the afore-dosrrlbed properly, and on the IXth day of October, 1M)7, ut 1 o'clock p. m. of said day, at nnd In front of tho court house door at Astoria, Clat sop county, Oregon, I will proceed to sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder thorefor, all the right, tltlo, Interest nnd estate of tho snldTheOregonrtnllroad and Navigation Company In and to .aid real property to satisfy said asscssm.nl and the costs and expenses of sale. E. HALLOCK, Chief of Polloe. Dated Astoria, Oregon, Sept., 10, 1807. MMmmk j., . , I i neso uny vspsuiei ?rl r,.rr Pr 10 onjr.am or Lopaihi.-, .' Cubebj o' Injoctions nptlVi i CURE. IN 48 HOUfto the lame cUeaset itii- tut lnrfinin'.L,nr a vni iiiwvii rviii,ii b) . I i I iJo aivcH choicb or -2- Transcontinental KOUTliS. Via Spokana and St. Paul . Via Ogden, Deovsr and Omaha op Kansas City. Pullman and Tourist Sleepers Free Reclining- Chair Cars Astoria to San Franslsto. I'uluaibl. Mundsy. Hsptsinher 1 Slate of I'aliforiila, Friday. Heplsmber la. Columbia. Wednesday. Heptsmhar II Htste of California, Monday, Hsptsra. her M. Columbia, Haturdny, Ksptoiulicr H. Htste of California. Thursday, HHitsra ber W. Columbia, Tue.day, (totobsr S. State of California. Sunday, October II Far rates and gsneral larortsalloa sal oo sr address) O. W. LOUNIBERRT. AgsaL W. II. HUKI.nURT. Oao. Paa. Agt.. Portlaad. Or THIS llAU-WAr COMPANY Olierate Its tro-ns uli the faimius block system. Lights Its Itsliia by elvtrlcty llrouk out; I si U celebrated electric berth read log Ump, Huh. splendidly equipi! paaiengar trains every day and night betsnsaa St. Paul and t'hlnsgo; lis CIIICAOO. UILWAI'KER BT. PAUk i Kor loweat rate. u any point In th I'n.tnU States or Ouiado, apply to ticket sgsnt, or sddresa C. J. l:DtY. Ueneml Ag-ot. J. W. CASEY. T. P. A Portland. Or -ARB YOU OolNd KAHTT--ARK YOl! OOINO EABTT--AUE YOU OOINO F.A8TT- II sure and se that ticket reads Via your THE NO HTI I . W EMTK It N THE NORTH-WESTERN 'III--. NORTH VgTKHN Hill NOl'TII-WrSTFUN LINE LINE LINK LINK The CIIICAOO, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS AND OMAHA RAILWAYS This Is the OREAT HIKHIT LINE lliHren DULUTH, SAINT PAUL CIIICAOO And all Points East and South, Their Ms nin i cot Track, I'rerlsMi VeaU buksl I'ln ng and Hlenplng Car Trains and Motto: "ALWAYS ON TIME" Have given this road a national reputa tion. All classes of pass. tiger carried on thai vcstlbuled trains without extra charge. Ship your freight and travel over tills famous line. All agent have ticket. F. C. 8AVAOE, T. F. and P. A. W. II. MEAD. General Agent, 248 Washington Si Portland, Or. GO EAST . . VIA . . Library Car Route AMERICA'S SCENIC LINE. Heats I KiKk IUI lust No Dint Dining Cs Cs The all-rail route to Kootenai mining district, via Seattle and Spokane Shortest and Quickest Line ".vTO-sev St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Chicago AND ALL POINTS EAST Through Palace and. Tourist Sleepers, Dining and Library Observa tion Care. Dally Trains, ...Past Time HEKVirE AND BCENEKY UNKAQIIKLKD For ticket, and full Information call on agent O. R. it N. Co. or address A. B. C. DENNI8TON, C. P. & T. A.. Portland, Or rt. C. STEVENS. O. W. P. A Seattle, Ladles Who Valuo A refined complexion must use Pormi,!' pow der. U produces l soft and Ik autlfn) skin.