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SAYS SMITH Smith wants every drmmd veal and hoc In the country. He never chars ean mtssion. We will per as follows for rood, fat stuff. Ship by expresa. Dreawd VraL op to 130 lbs, 12 SC. DmH Pork Live Chickens 16c Pressed Chickens 17WC. Etnn ...... Market Price Addraai fRANK L SMITH MEAT CO. "FiKMint In Beef Trust" PORTLAND. OREGON Trrlna; to Eaeoarae-e Him. "O, Guy, you mustn't allow yourself to be scared by papa's- piercing eye." "I'm not so much afraid of that. El fleda, as I am of his cutting noa!" Advanced Thonaat. "Doctor, how do you account for the existence of rheumatism?" "The mind, my dear sir, evolved the disease to fit the word." REDUCE THE COST OF LIVING; CRESCENT BAKING POWDER 25c. FULL POUND $2,000 A YEAR In betnir earned by hundreds of Chiropod ist. The work is easily learned, competi tion slight, returns lucrative. A thousand prraduatee could be placed tomorrow. Write for particulars The Western School of Chiropody Portland, Oregon A Broken Down rVwt-Arch CHEAP INSURANCE FOR GRAIN GROWERS "Woodlark" Squirrel Poison is the most reliable and destructive agent yet devised or the extermination of Gophers, Squir rels, Sage Rata and Prairie Dogs. It is the cheapest insurance against their ravages. ' Every kernel is warranted to kill. Climatic changes or moisture of the earth do not destroy its strength. Re quires NO MIXING OR PREPARATION. Is always ready for use. No other is so good. Dealers will refund the purchase price if not as claimed. Pamphlet free. Hoyt CHBmCAi, Co., Portland, Oregon CRIMSON WINTER RHUBARB f 1.60 Per Dozen. 16.00 Per Hundred. $40.00 Per Thousand K'uic l.i the Time to Plant Rhubarb and Berry Plants J. B. WAGNER, The RHUBARB and BERRY Specialist Pasadena, California Improve Your K C Baking Powder wiL. do itl Get a can. Try it for your favorite cake. If it doesn't raise better, if it isn't daintier, more delicate in flavor, we return your money. Everybody agrees K C has no equal. Jounces M .31 Pure, Wholesome, Economical. in. ....si I shoes that Made of selected leather leather that is best by every test Correct shoe makers, in the best cTWAYER shoes are "built on honor" built built for absolute satisfaction and you can ever hope to get for the There is an Honorbllt style that will exactly suit you .and fit you. Ask your shoe dealer; if he hasn't the JXayer Trade JStark on the sole. PREK-Ifyou will tend us the nam of a dealer who aoae eat handle Mayer Honorbllt Shoes, we will send you irve. posipaio, a uaaa some picture, sise 13x20, of George Washington. We also make Leading Lady Shoes, Comfort Shoes, Yerma Cushion Shoes, special Mont a aasaew School Shoes and Work Shoes. F. cTHAYER BOOT & anxja J, Wisconsin atlxed, A sergeant was once drilling a squad of recruits. They were Incredibly Ig norant. One of them could not tell hit right hand from his left. The ser geant proceeded to teach them and at last attained some degree of success. Sergeant Now, yer blessed, idiot, hold yer hands in front of yer and twist tlitvn round one over the other. Stop! Now, which Is your left hand and which Is your right? Recruit (looking at his hands for moment) I'm blowed If I know. I've gone and mixed 'em! London An swers. PLANT SIBSON'S ROSES The Sibson Rose Nurseries 20 Acres of Rosesl Two-year-old bushes Crown In the open Held Now Is a rood time to plant Catalogue Free 1180 Milwaukee Road, Portland, Ore. Dlsastroas. Doctor Have you been taking an oc casional cold plunge, as I advised? Dyspeptic Capitalist Yes, I've been Investing heavily in Ice stocks and 1 got nipped. Chicago Tribune. Blood Money t "One day," said lira. Lapsllng, "J saw a man thrash a big, brutal team ster for beating his horses. If I had my way about It he should have a share of the Carnage hero fund." HOWARD E. BFRTOH - Amajcr and Chemist, Luttdville, Colorado, Biweiiuen prices: tiold. Silver. Lead. O. (told. Sliver. Vtot Gold Wo: Zmo or Copper. II. Mailing envelopes and full price lint sent on application. Control nnd Ftnplr. work so liclted. ltalerenee: Carbonate National bans. Portland is die big market place of die Northwest. Send Your Prodace THERE We are handlers of Eggs, Butter, Veal, Dressed Hogs, Poultry, live or dressed; also Apples, Onions, . Pota toes. Consignments, whether large or small, are solicited. We ran give you good prices for good stuff. Write Ua- McEwen & Koskey COMMISSION MERCHANTS 129 Front St, Portland, Ore. Don't waste time and money plant ing poor seeds. Our seeds won First Grand Prize at the Seattle Exposi tion. Our prices are reasonable. Big Catalogue free. Send for a copy. Vogeler Seed Co. Salt Lake City, Utah WE PAY CASH For homestead relinquishment, and can nell your farms and ranches quickly. Let us handle your business and we will mi a ran tee your satisfaction. Give full particulars in first letter. DAVIS BUITKAMP 510 Dekum Bldg. Portland, Or Guaranteed under all Pure Food Law) Baking more evenly, higher, BAKING POWDER rJaques Mfg. Co. Chicago e Seeds The proper shoes for men: look, fit, feel and wear right. in style. Made by the finest equipped factory in existence. HONORBILT for combined style and service- lasting comfort Biggest values money. its write us. Look for . Martha Washington mm. J1 or Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures all blood humors, all eruptions, clears the complex ion, creates an appetite, aids digestion, relieves that tired feeling, gives vigor and vim. Get H today in nsoal liquid form or chocolate tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100 Doses (1. At the Artists' Reception. "Mr. D'Awber, what are you groins; to paint on this coal black canvas T "Madam, that Is a completed paint Ins;. It is listed In the catalogue as "Early Morning In Chicago."' Chicago Tribune. Kothlaa. "What was your husband saying t you last night?" "Nothing." "Why, I was sure I heard him talk ing to you for over an hour." "You did." Houston Post Pettit's Eye Salve for Over 1 00 Y em has been used for congested . and in flamed eyes, removes film or scum over the eyes. All drupgists or How ard Bros., Buffalo, N. Y. TJacle Allca. "You may not be as good as David or as wise as Solomon," said Uncle Al len Sparks, "but If you know how to train children you've got the bulge on both of 'era. Each of the two had a boy that went wrong." . PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS PA70 OINTMENT is ruaranten to cure any ease of itching. Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 60c. Radical. "Talk about reformin foot ball!" said Uncle Jerry Peebles. "The only way you kin reform It Is to take an ax to it!" Chicago Tribune. "I have been usine Cascarets for In. omnia, with which I have been afflicted for twenty years, and I can say that Cas carets have piven me more relief than an other remedy I have ever tried. I shall certainly recommend them to my friends as ucing au mat mey are represented." inos. liiilara, Elgin, IU. Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. Taste Good. Do Good. Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. 10c 26c 60c. Never sold in bulk. The gen uine tablet stamped C C C Guaranteed to cure or your money back. TAKE A DOSE OF It will instantly relieve that racking cough. Taken promptly it will often prevent Asthma, Bronchitis and serious throat and lung troubles. Guaranteed safe and very palatable. AH Drag gists, 25 cents. Cured by Electropodes New Electric Treatment. Mctsl tasoleswovs Inilde shoes. Body becomes Bug-net nerves th iwnaecting wires. Positive cute lor RheumatiBU, Neuralgia, backache. Kidney end Liver com pleiate. Onlr 11.00 pair. Guarantee signed wits each sale. II Electropodes tail to cure, stone? re turned. II sot at your larorritfe send as fl-M-Ws will sat that you sre supplied. WESTERN ELECTR0PODE CO. U7 Los Angelas Bt Los Asgeles, CaL Painless Dentistry I Oct ef ton people ! cam have tbstr piste land bridsswork flu, iahed la one day f nil f m i 22k (sM sr Mretlaia 93.5 I Molar Crawaa 5.0 1 22 Brie (t Tests 3.6 I Sols ridinrs 1.0 Eoaasl Fillings I.UU I Bihar Fillings .DU InUy Filling 2.50 t6ood Rubber . ' i a Klatas O.UU B.a.a.sriu,Pi saMaxai Mr rats. i.ou raenaa Psioless txtrnefi ,DU WORK GUARANTEED FORI 18 YEARS Painless Extraction Jree wbsa plstesor bridge work Is ordsrad. Uonaultatloa s rwe, i nsinlaea amrk dons aarshan. Al antosd. Modern elootrio equlpmsnt. Best methods. Wise Dented Co. Fan-me Botldiho '"c"mi.aa Off ICS aODSS: S A. at. s S f . sC Seasays, ml BROWNE Bboischiai. Troches Instant!? rclUve Sots Throat, Kcsussncas sod &gb. Unaicalled foe clearing the voice. Abee- ruiy area irom cputes ce anytbtng barmiid. Price, 25 cents, 60 csata sad Sl.00 pet kex. sMmpis sent on rcqueat. . . JOHN I. BROWN Sr. SON, Boston, Maaa. usniiii piso'S 11 (T TT"0 T7 W WALiat Yon can't sow thistles and M f reap lies. If you plant jtJ, Ferry's Seeds you Vf " TV grow exactly what f" e"V x a, you expect and in JLA 1 J a prolusion if snd perlec- jffJ swv S tion never Tf I 1 r, jaryV jSjf experience rT WjrT Cja l make them re I V". XTX wZjT liable. For tale Ir XXJ f tWatarevcrjrvjl ere. Farry's X jf b" on request, X X rtsux co. CHINESE ROUT LAMA Grand Head of Tibetan Monks Flees to India. SACRED CITY OF LHASSA TAKEN Trouble Has Long Been Expected Chinese Government Determ ined to Disperse Monks. Calcutta, British India, Feb. 24. Chinese troops today entered Lhassa, the capital of Tibet, and the residence of the Dalai Lama, the supreme head of the Lamaist hierarchy, who, upon the approach of the soldiers, fled with several of his ministers into India. Serious trouble has been expected. owing to the action of the small Chi nese army, which, marching from -Sie-Chuen, China, subdued Eastern Tibet, levying contributions on the Lama's home and showing no respect for the monasteries. The Tibetans, resenting the dese cration of their holy places, petitioned the Chinese foreign board, praying that the emperor of China interfere in the interest of the Buddhists. The pe tition was disregarded, the Chinese propose to make the administration of the country purely Chinese. The Dalai Lsma appealed to Lord Minto, the viceroy of India, but he re fused to interfere. London, Feb. 24. The flieht from Lhassa of the Dalai Lama will cause no surprise to close observers of the Chinese attitude toward the Tibetan people when he was in Pekin. It became evident then that the Chinese government had no intention of permitting him to reume his sway at Lhassa, so far as civil power was concerned,' and attempts were even made to bar his passage on his return home. Following its policy of "China for the Chinese," the government determ ined to make more effective its control over the land of the Lamas. A cam paign to this end has been pushed in the border provinces for the last two years, and now China has sent an army of 25,000 anti-Buddhist troops into the capital of Tibet. This army, which was dispatched from Sze-Chuen, has been drilled by Japanese officers and is completely equipped with mountain and machine guns of German and Japanese patterns ana with wireless apparatus. STRIKE RIOTS CONTINUE. Local Police Admit Defeat State Po lice Called Out. Philadelphia, Feb. 24. Police offl cials of the city today virtually ac knowledged their inability to cope with the st ike situation when a re quest as made of John C. Groome, su perintendent of the state police, that the 200 members of his command be brought to this city for police duty. This request was made, notwith standing that serious rioting was less frequent today than on any other day since the strike of the streetcar men began laxt Saturday. The state police are expected to reach here tomorrow morning, and will doubtless be sent in to the Kensington district, where the State Fencibles had such an unpleasant experience. For the first time the Rapid Transit company succeeded in running its cars until 6 o'clock on the Frankford line, which penetrates this unruly territory, At that hour all cars were returned to the barns. Four policemen guarded each car, and detectives patrolled the route all day in automobiles. Whenever group of men formed detectives rushed them and even followed the ringleaders into houses until they bad captured them. In spite of the vigilance of the police, many car windows were bi o ken, snd the company was finally obliged to use sheet iron windows in place of glass panes. Rush Line is Dispersed. Los Angeles, Feb. 24. Senator Frank P. Flint today sent a telegram to the weary ones who are still main taining the line in this city, hoping to be the first to file on the Yuma lands. informing them that the order of Sec retary Ballinger will stand. The sec retary's order disrupted the line and ordered all homeeeekers to take their chances in a "grand rush" on the morning of March 1. Those In line maintain they will "bang on" until the last From 210 the line has dwind led to 166. Meteor Hits Mountains San Diego, Cal., Feb. 24. From Warners Hot Springs, about 70 miles northeast of this city comes the report that a meteor of extraordinary size and brilliancy was seen there this after noon. It was traveling from West to East. Passing the Springs, its course led into the mountains, where it ex plodtd with a deafening report and sent up a great cloud of dust The phenomena was witnessed by several guests at the hotel. Girl Parades Long as Boy Moorhead, Ky., Feb. 24. Miss Golds ie Cantrill, 17 years old, today war sent home by the school trustees afte- they learned that she had been attend' ing school as Sam Murray, dressed in boys' clothing. She stood second in her class. Several months ago she erned her living for several weeks a "newsboy" on trains. Ttie frigate pelican, or man-of-war 6ird. is usually met with by travelers In the tropics. Although when stripped of Us feathers it Is hardly larger than a pigeon, yet no man can touch at the same time the tips of Its extended wings. The long wing bones are ex ceedingly light, and the whole appa ratus of air cells Is extremely devel oped, so that Its real weight Is very trifling. It flies at a great height above the water, and from that elevation pounces down on fish, especially pre ferring the poor, persecuted flying fish for its prey. According to some au thors, the name of man-of-war bird was given to It because Its appearance was said to foretell the coming of a ship, probably because the frigate pell can and real frigates are equally ad verse to storms, and both like to come into harbor if the weather threatens. Iroar. "You're as hard as nails," said his trainer. "Well," Irritably answered the actor- pugilist, "wouldn't you naturally ex pect me to be? I wear my clawham mer coat two or three hours every night" . Distemper Tn all It. rme .......... .11 r v ... .... .... ...... nil VaaTV9 tU OUn-9 and dogs, cured and others in the snttie stn ble preventod from having the disease with Bpohn's Distemper Cure. Kvi-ry bottlr Buarailircu. vvtT ntv,W"J DOlllCS SOIU laxt year. S.A0 and S1.00. Omiil ilrniroi-t- send to manufacturers. Arents wanted. Write tor free book. Hnohn Med. Co., Bpeo. Contagious Diseases, Goshen, 1ml. At tka Rldlasr School. "Mount your horse on the left side." "Why? What difference can that make?" "It's the rule." "But why should it be the ruler "Because in the past horsemen wore swords. They wore thtvm on the left hip; hence htd they mounted on the right side the sword would have got In the way. 8o they mounted on the left, and we still mount on the left. Horses are accustomed to It, and if you try to get up from the right you are liable to he kicked." Philadelphia Bulletin. Only On "BROMO OUININr" That Is LAXATIVE BKOMO QUIN1NR. Lawk nir in signature or r.. w. tirove. Used the World over to Cure a Cold In One Day. tie Aa Obedient nosr. Schnapps Is a dachshund, and ths people who know all about the breed call the queer looking animal hand' some. In the house In New York where he Is the pet he Is credited with more than ordinary dog sense and with understanding every word said to him in English or German. In order to demonstrate his sagacity his master said to him a few evenings ago: "Schnapps, the young people have been here long enough. Go down and tell the boys to go home." Downstairs he waddled and, standing before the visiting youths, barked and howled, then ran to the front door and back again and kept up the performance until, as his proud master explained, "the young men beard and saw the point. Pretty smart for a dachs, ehT" Mothers wlTl And Mrs. Winslom's Snnthlna Syrup the best reinedv to use lor their chUUrtui suriog ins leauiug uerloa. Dolly's Itetort. "I won't wash my face!" said Dolly defiantly. Naughty, naughty," reproved grandmother. "When I was a little girl I always washed my face." "Yes, and now look at it!" Every body's. Chronic. Mrs. Hewllgus Absalom, we are out of coal. Is your credit at the dealer's bad attain? Mr. Hewllgua Not "again," Amanda. Still! Chicago Tribune. ALCOHOL 3 PER ntHT AVegeteWelVaralonErAi slmllailntefiMdanaRrtuia llUieSujmadismidBwdsi Promoles Digfonflttrfli ness and Itesirontalns odtim- Omuni .Morphine lurttaeal WOT MARC OTIC. AtftttouikSfMairmm Aperfed Remedy forConsftf YVormseCoirvusionsJevmsa- nSS and LO SSOFSLm. TuSuak Siuuvc of 7T. in.ntooH under the Food an Exact Copy of Wrapper. 11! Desperate Coughs Dangerous coughs. Extremely perilous coughs. Coughs that rasp and tear the throat and lungs. Coughs that shake the whole body. You need a regu lar medicine, a doctor's medi cine, for such a cough. Ask your doctor about Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral. A (WMttseM We hasten eleshat tress eur aesdialae We arse yea as eoneait yea dooter vers 1st ennrl A nrinr wrill te-11 wmu ih.i.M.aL cine like Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cannot uo us dcsi wort ii ins dowcis sre con- sttpsted. Ask your doctor if he knows snythinr better than Ayer's Pills for cor recting this sluggishness of the liver. -ads Of the J. o, Ayer Ce., lenll, Mm, Kxeeptloa, Teacher As I have been telling you, there are two general classes of work ers. Tommy, dors your father make his living by using his brains or by using his muscles? Tommy Neither one, ma'am. He's a policeman. Cht cago Tribune. No Consualaloa. "Why do I have to pay such enor mous prices for round steak V grum bled the customer. "You don't." said the butcher. 'Here's a perfectly good shank you can buy for a good dual loss money." Chlcage Tribune. Hats Cleaned 4 Marked BO, wlia Nrw Triaualnaa tl Paa aeneatlladtea straw Hats as. taut. led. Be foerafe mailt rwac baltooa. aiB-17 Alevar SL Partlaaa, Or s sea. SEEDS Catalogue for the Asktn a Send for It J. J. BUTZER 188 Street front Portland. Orcgosi C0FFEEC TEA SPICES' BAKIN0 POWDER EXTRACTS JUST RIGHT H'l.TJI.'! CLOSSETaDEVEli' row un a ori J Tb.1i I'lutit ! tbil k fcU.fi fur whit I. yon would hlft a ty 14 00 at mail atur. It la alra vl-l.. fully It las. lomg, la all rttlnia. will, willowy isjaa u ffrraf Iratk Chat do ! ttif .esaa TasilT. Si f I .W lU'Uly, lot bit la aa uiortually aut to b ulfttnt, Wa uOrr tlaa aaaitralaife) III ksailli.ma 17 KA .a s aCa y' ae.-s.t-- . wait, vaiirraa or atoaay srat. : y snuajvy w m lflSUa Sf Ike pluiue, la awl eat I rely aalt.a lory. srssH at-" siy inr oar ir tHitnltifjtj of baasjlllitl flttsmaa mm4 VV.iU.wa. Um Yark Oatrici. FatUW fa. SIMM I'm, tt PNU No, lO-'lO WHKK wHtlnir to drtUer pl4M I matiitlon thU papar. I For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Havo Always Bought Bears the Signature of k7 ha Use For Over Thirty Years VMS eaavava aaorsar, asw veaa arre. l.ru.J VA SJaawavjxjei4l $1.00 TV l-ln. lfff3vV A II n. I Bar B SI