THE MOENING OBEGQITIAIT, MONPAT, DEOEMBEE 22, 1902".
Kellt-Stre- bt Improvzkhnt
Unsatis- THE WHITE IS KIINQ
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF factory. It appearsevident that some
one must have blundered when the plans
for extending Kelly street through irom
AT THE THEATERS
The Oresonlam' Telepaeme.
Main 66? only has
Abernethy to Lowell avenue were pre-
pared some half dozen years ago. Not
Frank Hacheneys property been
Electric Lamps Reduced
........ Main 168 seriously Injured throughcity iscarrying out
6S5 of these plans, and the
. "Charity Ball." "Pickings From Pack."
Eaat Side Office .East 61 a lawsuit with him, but another property-own- er John Van Buren Charles "Wyngata Valerlene Freeman
Buperintendeat Building ..............Bed 2323
at the northeast corner of Aber-neth-y Dick Van Buren .William Bernard Miss Catharine Llnyard
667 and Kelly threatens to commence Judge Peter Gurncy Knox Mrs. Kelley : Miss Harte Shoemaker To....
168 a damage suit against the city because
Editorial Room . William H. Dills Kate Kelley
Composing Room .... ................71 the water coming down Kelly street ha
.......389 washed away the earth from under his'
sidewalk and rendered It unsafe for
to go in or out of his house. There was a
Miss Bessie Beauford Lucifer
Louis PIckleh0U36....-...Mr- .
Miss Igna Bell
Mr. Fred Lucifer
MAKQUAil GRAND THEATER Tonight at heavy fill in Abernethy street, which lay Mr. Paxton Bennett Southard Timmle Kelleyi....Mr. Albert C. Davis
8:15 o'clock, Mr. Robert Downing In "The in a gulch, and the sewer In this street Smasher Mr. William Bush
Gladiator." comes up to Kelly on the bottom of this Jasper Gus "Wirt
CORDRAY'S THEATER This evening at fill, some 20 feet below the grade. It was
-- Cain Dot Bernard Sam Flinders ....?". Mr. Slmms
'Phone South 2461.
Of current from our mains,
8:15. Mr. Wlllard Slmms In "Pickings From therefore Impracticable to put in a catch-basi- n Mrs. Van Buren Lutle Page Mower we have reduced the price
Puck." Another carload "of White Sewlntr Machines
at the corner of Abernethy and Kel-le- y,
Besa Van Buren Elsie Esmond to arrive Tuesday. This will make two thou
THE BAKER THEATER Neiil Stock Com-
pany to "Charity Ball." and hence the damage to the fill. Mrs. Camilla, De Peyster.,M!na Gleason "Pickings From Puck," the attraction sand seven hundred White Sewing Machines of lamps below cost, viz.:
Tho contractor had to repair the damages' Phyllis Lee. . ..Elspeth Graham McNeill at Cordray's this week, is an amusing Bhlpped to Portlandnumber. this year. PRICES
and help swell the
OrsTBR Man Visits Northwest. to the fill, a lot of which was washed down Ann Cruger Cathrlne Countlss 'musical impossibility, with just suffi FOR THREE DATS. THE BEST IS THE
Charles E. Grandlson, o Providence, R. on to Hood street, before the work away was Eophle Lillian Rhoads cient plot to give some rhyme and rea CHEAPEST. SPECIAL PRICES AND SPE-
15c each or
I., who has bqen connected with the oyster accepted, City now it Is all washed having
and son' to the character and events." The evenings. CIAL TERMS. EASY PAYMENTS.
again. Engineer Elliott Is author of tho "impossibility" acknowl-
business for many years, and who has
been spending several weeks in the North- the trouble righted as fast as possible, edges his Indebtedness to Puck for many BARTLETT & PLMEK, $1.75 dozen
west, left for home last night. He came and by paving the gutters .at theincorners cellent Nelll Stock Company The gave an ex- of th'e episodes and characters of tho Corner Sixth and Alder Streets
out here to look Into the oyster supply of with stone blocks, and putting avoided at the Baker Theater last evening. It performance of the "Charity Ball" piece. Several features are quite novel.
These are standard, first-gra- de
this region, with a view to engaging In drains, further damage may be and received much applause. The girls Clark. There was a large congregation
seems apparent that the members of the are pretty and of graceful appearance, Edison lamps that we formerly,
business here. He has visited Shoalwater 'and a suit against the city prevented company themselves find It especially in- and a number of the songs aro very present
Bay and the points on Puget Sound where .HOLD UP JTWO iMEN. WO JUgUWUyiueu
sold at 25c each, and are made
oysters are produced, and says he was sprang out of the darkness last night teresting, noteworthyit will prove one of catchy. and that
especially for our circuits. Buy
much surprised at the quality of' the about 6:30 o'clock, at Fourteenth and the most of their many suc- It is a simple little musical comedy in
oysters he found here. He spoke very Northup streets, and held up Ed Lupey cesses. Throughout the evening the deep three acts, dealing much In "chance," as SPECIAL RATES EAST. our lamps and get good service.
highly of the little native oysters, espe- and Carl Johnson, who both reside at the Interest and approval of the audience was the programme has it. The characters are For tho National Livestock Association
and at the close of the
cially those at Shoalwater Bay, which he St. John's Hotel, 315 North Fourteenth maintained, an ovation was tendered third a queen of hurlesque, a lone widow who to be held at Kansas City," the Canadian
said appeared very delicate and of excel- street.- - On account of the darkness it act the captures a frolicsome church elder who is Pacific will make a rate of $63 75 for the
quite Delivered in Dozen Lot3
lent flavor. He said tho transplanted was not possible for the victims to not, players. The play were beautifully several a typical angel "boy, a Jolly soubrette, a round trip. Call at 142 Third street for full
"Rube," Free of Charge.
Eastern oysters grown here were to his wrhether the robbers were masked or a comedian with a particulars.
notion superior to those which grow at But they were not long left In doubt as under the W. H. Dills. direction of Carlyle Moore, ably dialect, and various, others.
home, being larger, fatter and of better to the strangers errand. One of the rob- assisted by It Is noteworthy Incidental to the action of the comedy
flavor at tho age of three years He at- bers drew a revolver on Lupey and John- for the excellence of taste and the re- lot of songs are rendered, notablv Both Vessels Went Down.
tributed this to the number of rivers son, and said: "Now shell out all the gard for the secondofand of the third acts chorus; Rube, Pley," by Mr. Lucifer and arrived at 2:30 o'clock A foreign tho sur- - i
novelty effect shown. The BOSTON, Dec. 22. steamer
flowing Into Shoalwater Bay, and says money you have In your pockets. Be especially evoked applause with the rise
oysters are benefited by their beds being quick." The victims handed over $3, all
"Sleep, Lady, Sleep," by Miss
Bell and chorus; a violin specialty by vivors of the
with 10 of
crews of the schooners
Frank A. Palmer and 'Louise B. Crary,
i Portland General Electric Co.
flooded occasionally with water which has the spare change they had, and were ofThe "Charity Ball" is a beautiful play, Mr. Lucifer, and the "ping pong girls."
been freshened by river water. Such water told to be off. and not'to look back, or it a which were in collision in Massachusetts
strong lines, feeling ami much church Lucifer's violina bagpipe, andofMr. Bay on Wednesday. Ten men of both
carries organisms on which the oysters would be the worse for them. But all thej full of It is par
organ and of General Manager Evans, of the com-
brightness of wit and
fatten readily, and which gives them a samo they managea to xeiepnone io ma ticularly appropriate humor. Christmas Simnl's "Barnyard Fowl" song, were vessels were 15, took to one collision; the
milder flavor than pure salt water. He nollce station. Policemen were sent in season.
says he may return to 'this coast and go pursuit, but of course In the meantime
to the among the best things of tho perform
drowned In the
subsequently went insane and jumped
pany, made- a demand for an Increase in
wages, and it Is said gave the manage,
ment until January 15 to reply.
The Best Shoe
into business hero, and if he does he will the footpads had made themselves scarce. a New Miss Catherine Countlss, as Ann Cruger, The play runs all week, with soeclal overboard, two died from exposure, and
society girl, was" never more
endeavor to find a location on Shoalwater It Is supposed that they belong to a gang pleasing.York delicacy and distinction of Christmas and Saturday matinees.
two went insane after getting ashore.
Bay, not far from the mouth of one of the of hobos that have newly arrived In town her person and manner fit her well for Both captains were saved.
streams flowing into It. A little fresh by way of the brakebeam route from tho high-cla- Boclety drama. Elaborate Musical Programme.
For the Least Money
water may be good for oysters, but fresh north. Since policemen have been sta- Conrnd Snowden. There are others but the
water clams are rather insipid, as all will tioned In the freight yards of the Union rector,Wyngate, as Johninvan Buren, with
was very strong
the A Christmas service was held last night SALEM, Or., Dec. 21. Conrad" Snowden,
testify who have tested them. Terminal Company to take care of ho- the scene at tho First Presbyterian Church, when a respected resident of this city, died at
brother, his work In thl3 Rev. Dr. Edgar P. Hill preached
Expensive Gun Arrives. The $750 shot- bos as they alight from brakebeams, the the recalcitrant applause. eliciting marked an in his home at 10:40 this morning, aged SO
gun of American make ordered for an As- tramps have been, alighting from cars In that same scene Mr. Bernard, as Dick teresting sermon on the topic: "A pic years. Ho was born in Shelbyvllle, Ky., PLENTY OF CLERKS
toria man arrived here a few days ago some distance from the freight yards and Van Buren, the brother, also did splendid ture." A bunch of evergreen lighted up in 1821, and crossed the plains to Oregon
and after being thoroughly tested was In- walking along the roads leading to North work. He has a keen sense of dramatic the choir gallery, and the musical pro- in 1851. In 1871 he discovered and devel-
spected Saturday by about half the sports-
men in the city, who called at a down-
Portland. diction, never sacrificing feeling to the gramme selected by Organist Edgar E. oped Snowden Springs. He leaves a con-
J. W. Bailey Invited to Idaho. J. W. sonorousness of his speech. Coursen was one of the best and most siderable estate.
Silver Eolish as well as polishes
NO LONG WAITINGS
town store to see it. They all admitted Bailey, Dairy and Pure Food Commission- In the character of Phyllis Lee,r Miss elaborate so far heard in the church. Which cleans
that it was the most beautiful gun ever er, has received a rather pressing invita- McNeill did some of the best work she The members of the quartet-rMr- s. Fletch- Ultimatum to the L. & N.
seen here, and It ought to be. The points tion from Director H. T. French, of the has yet done. Her portrayal of the sor er Linn, Mrs. Clare Edward Farnsworth,
of excellence about the gun, visible to experiment station of the Agricultural rowing, penitent girl was very realistic. LOUISVILLE. Dec. 2L The executive
one riot familiar with guns, is the beauti- College of Idaho, to be present at the
ful engraving on the "lock, stock and bar- meeting of the Dairy and Pure Food As- for her charming and graceful Imperson-
H. W. Hogue and Dom J. Zan sang In
Miss Elsie Esmond deserves much praise their usual able style, and were at home committee of the & Nashville engineers
with the difficult music. The vocal num- of the Louisville
" W. L. Douglas"
rel." This engraving Includes many spe- sociation of that station at Boise, Jan- ation of Bess Van Buren. Mlna Gleason bers were: "Angels From the Realms whlph held a conference Saturday with
cies of game birds, and .is executed in the uary 16 and 17, 1903. He is asked to pre-
and Messrs. Mower and Dills each were of Glory," Reed; "There Were Shep-
highest style of art. There will be dan- sent a paper or deliver an address, on delightful in their parts, Lutie Page herds," Morrison; "The Heralds of the
ger of the owner admiring his beautiful what dairy and pure food legislation has Mower was excellent as Mrs. Van Buren. King," Bartlett; and "Arise, Shine, for
Shoes for Men,
gun so much that he will forget to shoot done for Oregon, which it is thought She Is a new member of the company. Thy Light Is Come,"
in time, and so let the birds escape. "With would be of help In fixing things for simi- Mr. Lamp still seems a trifle nervous, but special feature of this service was a vio
such a gun only snipe, Mongolian pheas- lar action In Idaho, where it Is hoped that steadily adds to his popularity.
lin solo played by Reginald L. Hidden,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children. CHRISTMAS CAROLS f AT 3.50 PAIR
ants and canvasback ducks should be shot. a bill for this purpose may be got through "Charity Ball will continue for the "Adagio," from Spohr's seventh concerto. CANTO No. 18
The name of the owner is not given out, the Legislature this Winter. Mr. Bailey week, with Christmas and Saturday mat It is always a pleasure to listen to Mr. The Kind You Have Always Bought
as he has given no permission, and desires was, however, forced to decline the invi- inees, but will give way on Friday night Hldden's playing, and last night his solo
to avoid notoriety. Some lavish money on tation, as he has to be present at a meet-
fine clothes or diamond rings, some on ing of the executive committee of the Na-
whisky, and others feed nlckel-ln-the-sl- ot tional Dairy and Pure Food Association,
to the Stanford Glee and Mandolin Clubs. was marked with a fine, velvety tone.
ana artistic interpretation. The organ
solos by Mr. Coursen were: "Offertory,"
Signature of 182 Pairs I STORE OPEN EVENINGS.
machines with It, and if a man takes a of which ho Is president, to be held in Murray, and a postlude, "March," by Of spectacles and eyeglasses
fancy to blow his In on the finest gun In Chicago January 17. The object of this Robert Downing Tonight.
the state, he has a right to. It is said meeting ls to outline plans for future Tonight at the Marquam Grand Theater to brighten dim vision and
that the guri really shoots better than or- work and to select a place year.the meet- the eminent actor, Mr. Robert Downing,
for make Christmas merry indeed
dinary guns, making the same kind of a ing of the association next supported by an excellent company, will have already been secured
pattern on the target with all the different Boys Stole Chickens. Three East Side begin an engagement of two nights, pre- -
from the Portland Optical In- Goddard-Kell- y
sizes of shot. All the sportsmen who went boys, Paul Wallensteln, Boyco Tierney
Saturday would have liked and Guy Nelson, were passing along iator." In the annals success, stage, Glad
to take the gun along and try it Just" Third street, near Burnsido last night, ert Downing s name will tho
entlng his wonderful
Rob CHRISTMAS SWEETS stitute; Orders have come
once. .and something in a bag one of the boys with "The Gladiator." Let him play linked
Plttsi Pudding Froh England. An carried said: "Peep-peep-
Englishman who resides on the East Side man Griffith Roberts heard the unexpect- he will, Mr.
Downing will bo best remem
from all over the Northwest,
even British Columbia being
represented. Only 3 days left
a Shoe Company
bered as "The Gladiator." He bought the to add your loved ones to the
a day or two ago received a package from ed 'sound, and he asked what livestock Largest and most varied assortment of Confections SIXTH AND WASHINGTON STS
his old home by mall. It appeared to be was being concealed in that bag. "Nuth- - rights of has play when but a ever since, the young man
ever shown in Portland. list.
as heavy as lead, and the amount of post- inV said the boy who was carrying the and he in 90 per cent of it best play starred with 9
age paid on It was upwards of a dollar. bag, but Roberts found that It contained appearing the
He had no idea what was in it, but on two chickens, whoprotests
opening it found a regular English plum and uttered Vocal
pudding, for a Christmas present. Fairly
were very much alive houses of America. As Marc
at being taken Downing gained much praise; but as
away irom tneir roost at such a iaie aour. "The Gladiator" he" has thrilled thousands
SEE OUR DISPLAY , Open evenings until
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
CUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our
late scientific method aplled to the cutns.
No sleeprproducing agents or cocaine.
good plum puddings can be made in this All three boys' were steered to tho police and though he has been playing the part You'll feel repaid 201 feet of counter space piled after Christmas These are the only dental parlors la
country, but they are not so heavy t solid station, and a loaded rifle was taken from for many years the public seems to like Portland having PATENTED APPLI-
nor indigestible as those made in Eng- Wallensteln. At first the chickens,
land, and consequently every year many state where they got the
hoys refused to it as well as ever. The present tour of
but the Coast by Mr. Downing has been a
tons of plum pudding are sent from Eng- they afterward admitted that they broke decided success, crowded houses greeting
MOUNTAINS HIGH WALTER REED
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undetectable from natural teeth,
at the him everywhere. From which it is evi and every ounce absolutely pure. and warrantee! for 10 years, WITHOUT
land to this country as Christmas pres- open T. G. Brush's chicken-coo-
THE LEAST PAIN. All work done by
ents. In some of them pieces of jewelry, Oceanic dock, and helped themselves to dent that tho legitimate is still in de GRADUATED ENTJSTS o from 12 to 20
diamond rings, etc., are Inserted, but as two of his best pullets. Tho case will be mand. 133 Sixth Street Oregonlan Banding It years' experience, and each department in
such things are Just as digestible as the Inquired into today. charge of a specialist. Give us a call, and
Appeal for Christmas Gifts. The you will find us to do exactly as we ad-
pudding, no harm is done if they are over-
looked and swallowed with the pudding. management of . the Boys' and Girls' Aid
sejit to this country, but this was abol- institution remember the
Sale for "Richard Carvel."
The advance sale of seats will be placed
There used to "be a duty on plum puddings Society desire to have the friends of the on sale tomorrow (Tuesday) morning at
children at 10 o'clock, for Mr. Andrew Robson, who
lb. American mixed,
hard kind, a favorite
with the children.
lb. Our Famous gib-
bon Candy,- - bright
and glossy and very
pretty for the tree.
vertise. We will tell you in advance ex-
actly what your work will cost by a
ished several years ago, and now the num- Christmas with toys, candy, nuts, or any comes to the Marquam Grand Theater
ber coming over at Christmas is larger thing that would be suitable for children. as the Christmas attraction, opening with
lb. (r mm
than it used to be. America supplies Such things will be promptly called for
England with flour and "plums" 'to make by notifying Superintendent Gardner by the remainder of the week with a mat- matinee Thursday, and continuing
mm Fancy Broken,
I nitf" bright and crisp; just T
lb. Xmas Creams, a
mixture of Bonbons Indian Baskets j REfln.
the the thing for filling mn
and chocolates in
these puddings, and as all the other ma- telephone. East 6. Forty-thre- e children
inee Saturday. Andrew Robson and his SPECIAL rmcES
terials are plentiful here, It might bo a are now at the "receiving home," ranging large supporting company will interpret
16 years, among whom
the stockings. large variety. Extra good.
good plan, to make a shipload of pud- In age from 2 to
dings here and send them to England. are two large boys, aged 16, whom the the dramatized version of Winston . Navajo Blankets, Beaded
The puddings improve by keeping, and superintendent Is desirous of placing to past two years has book that for the Churchill's famous
been presented by Belts, Mexican Drawn Work,
should be made soon to send for next work in a hotel, restaurant, or store. Our line of Fancy Baskets and Boxes is finer than
Christmas. Either of these boys would be suitable to this organization with distinguished sue ever before, and when filled with our famous Can-
Shopping Baskets, and Books Set of Teeth $5.00
Amazed at Number op Gamblers. An drive a delivery wagon, or care for horse cess throughout the cities of the East on Basketry, $1.20. Nice J Gold Filling
Eastern man who has been visiting friends and buggy. and South. dies make most dainty and Xirias gifts. Inspection invited. $1.00
in Portland for the past two weeks and Horse Sticks in the Mud. A hack Gold Crown $5.00
has become interested in the warfare be4 horse was treated to the surprise of his Stanford Nlgrht at the Baker.
ing waged by the city authorities on gam life yesterday morning, shortly after 1
blers, asked his host yesterday how
When the Stanford Gleo and Mandolin
many o'clock, on Williams avenue, near Han Clubs open at the Baker Theater Friday
gamblers there were in the city. "Oh no cock street, when he stuck in the mud "on. night, they will be greeted by an audience
ACCEPTABLE GIFTS "BASKET ROOMS"
13th. and Washington Sts.
I Silver Filling
In our GOLD CROWNS and BRIDGE
WORK, of which we are making- a SPE- -
one knows," was the reply, "but there a roadway now in process of completion that takes a delight in college songs and CIALTY, the most BEAUTIFUL, PAIN-
are thousands of them." "Is It possible?" and remained fast, in spite of his efforts pranks, and tinkling .mandolin music.
said the visitor; "and how many gam to free himself. 'His driver had mistaken versionand Baker, Who are doing a comic
Bush Our special Xrfias Gift Box Is Mak- r BDftWNU
LESS AND DURABLE of all dental work
known to the profession, you will And an
bling-hous- do they maintain?" "Only the red lights warning people to keep
half a dozen or so. It is not those who away from the uncompleted portion of the vaudeville are said to equal the average
of grand opera with the clubs ing a Big Hit. Don't Fail to See It Tir--
U. UlJ II
ETE AND EAR DISEASES.
Uamuara hl- - rooms 626-- 7.
example 01. the HIGHEST ARTISTIC AT-
TAINMENT, the adaptability of which,
to the HYGIENIC conditions of, tho
kedp the gambling-house- s, but the peo road. It was not until a wrecking car team In
XCARXA mouth Is unquestioned.
pie who go there to play against the game had been obtained from the carbarn at cialties. The Glee Club has a programme
and lose or gamDle away their money Twenty-fourt- h and Savier streets that of songs, both grave and gay, with clever
who are gamblers. The men who put up the horse was freed. He was hoisted on soloists and monologulsts, while the Man
the money for the gamblers to play for a crane, like a piece of machinery, and dolln Club plays with all the finish of a
SWETLAINDSTREET B3. & W. A Hew
Rlpang Tnfrnles, doctors find,
cellar 3. &. W.
New York Dental Parlors
are bankers. They take no chance of Joe- landed on dry land, in spite of his pro Sousa stringed band. 273 MORRISON A srood prescription for mnuklnd. MAIN OFFICE FOURTH AND MORRI-
SON STS., PORTLAND.
ing, for all gambling machines and all tests. 1
Dr. RadTTttT's Pills, purelrYegetable, mild and
games are run so as.to give the proprietor Funeral op Mrs. Waldman. Mrs Unfortunate Cripple Makes a Living1. recul&t t&sUTer&sd wfioledlsesUTe orraa Branch, 614 First Avenue, Seattle.
a percentage In his favor, and all who Abraham Waldman, 63 years old. of 429 The unfortunate young man who lost HOURS:
play at such games know this. The gam Yamhill street, wife of Abraham Wald- both hands- and both feet through being 8:30 A, M. to 3 P. M.: Sundays. 8:30 A. St,
blers win sometimes, but always lose in man, bailiff at the Circuit Court, was caught In a Kansas blizzard, and who ap to 2 P. M.
the end, while the proprietors of gam burled from her late home yesterday, and parently makes a good living by exhlb
bling-hous- always come out ahead, and interment took place at Beth Israel cem- Itlng himself and describing the apparatus
STORE OPEN EVENINGS
always have money and good clothes and etery. The religious exercises were im which supplies the place of hands and feet 0
Desirable Christmas Presents
live well and smoke cigars of the Ha- pressively conducted by Rev. Dr. S. S. to him, attracts large crowds, In which PUT A PAIR OF
vana." "There appears to be reason in Wise. Mrs. Waldman was suddenly occasionally a few women are seen. The e
your Idea," said the Eastern man, "but I stricken with apoplexy last week Thurs- sight of the false feet and the sockets.
had always thought that those who ran day night, and died 15 minutes afterward. which hold the Iron hoops which answer
gambling games were gamblers, just the She is survived by her husband and five for hands, is painful to many, to say FANCY SHOES
same as those who played at them. children. nothing of- the bare stumps of his arms
Small Fire in Tailor Shop. A stove and legs to make being exposed, but the poor fel
Weather Prophets' Hard Task.
Weather prophets In the Northwest are used for heating irons flared up last night low has aro
at a disadvantage when it comes to pre at 6:30 o'clock, in R. Llppman's tailoring a living open not one without of making
dicting a hard Winter In advance. They store, 171 First street, and set fire to the
a living in some way,
Never before were we so
thoroughly prepared to meet how
one end in view
to serve you.
Christmas shoppers will
save time and money by
have very little to rely on except the talk surrounding woodwork. An. alarm was feet. His bravery and cheerfulness under IN THE STOCKING
of an old Indian. In the East, there aro turned In from box No. 12, at First and the circumstances are commendable, more the requirements of popu- - : shopping at the store noted
a number of signs to tell when there is to Morrison streets, and when the Fire De so, perhaps, than his theory that he ?T. good goods at Iowest
be a hard Winter. If turkeys and other partment arrived the wall was burning should be contented and happy, because
fowls are hard .to pluck It shows that their fiercely,, while the hallway and upstairs there are many others worse off than
lar demand. 'PreSCfltS fot prices. KNIGHT'S beSt.! i
feathers are close and thick in prepara- rooms were filled with smoke. The blaze himself. largo enough to an overcoat hooks
tion for a hard Winter; if the breastbone was quenched after half an hours work. sleeves
Presents for I Cor. 5th and Washington Sts.
of a goose Is white from end to end, It Is The entertainment which will be given
a sure sign of a hard winter ana deep at Arlon Hall next Sunday by the Ladles' to go about withoutcannot
which take the place of hands, he Is able
his- misfortune being . PreSentS Fancy Table Covers,
snow; If the chestnuts ripen early and the Auxiliary for the benefit of Its Sunday noticed, but as he
nuts are thick and close In the burrs, and school will be a grand affair. The enter very well, he to feel toll the conductors has to
X a Lace
Curtains, Chenille AWomen
I OF lYICn
if the husks of corn are thick and heavy tainment will bo given in four acts, after on street-car-s in his pocket for his Portieres, Couch Covers, Everybody admires a
and overlap moro than usual, look out which a programme of 12 dances will be fare. He 'can take off and put on his
for a hard Winter. Some old Indian has given. Performance begins at 8 o'clock hat, or unbutton and Is doubtful garments button his Gloves for dress Indian Robes, Oregon
and Well-dresse- d
predicted a hard Winter here this Win sharp.
ter, and the weather clerk has made i
little bluff in that Her business if she loves him, his busi
direction, but seems In ness if he loves her, their business if they without letting It fall on the floor and
clined to back down. There is time, become engaged, Fritz Abendroth, the rolling under the bureau, dowhere it cannot
however, for anything in the weather line jeweler's, business if they need a ring, be
very readily, but it
he can put a collar button into his shirt
found. When he can
this, his hooks
work, Silk and Cashmere
Mufflers, Neckties in end- - colored; Downaline Com- -
Wool Blankets, white and
less variety, Silk and Linen0 fortables, S,tand and Side- -
about the woman?
woman appreciates a dress
pattern, a silk waist, kid
Is especially valuable during the
to happen yet. will be better than the lingers of most Summer season, when outdoor oc-
diamond or otherwise. 311 Morrison street, people, and he will have to hire a hall in
Oriental. Rugs and Khilems. Largest opposite Postofflce, and 207 First street Handkerchiefs in profusion, board Cloths, Breakfast, gloves, Monte Carlo coat, cupations and sports are most in
collection in the West of high-cla-
tique Persian rugs. Last days of sale.
"Ben HuR"flour makes best bread.
which to exhibit mmseir.
Fancy Suspenders, Shirts, Lunch and Dinner Sets, tailor-mad- e suit, silk petti-Fanc- y order.
Prices low; open evenings. 345 Washington Catholic Services. Socks, Umbrellas, Fancy Pillow Tops, Stamp- - coatS) furs and many other GRASS STAINS, MUD STAINS
For Christmas. SKINS AND WOOD TO BURN yesterday servicesthe various were heldQuieter than usual and CALLOUS SPOTS"
A fine Turkish or Persian rug. at Catholic and the celebrated Mt. Hood ed Linens, Fancy Towels articles in wearing apparel yield to it, and it is particularly
A large stock to select from. Pyrography outfits, sheepskins and churches, on account of the Advent sea Shirts. .
and Table Linens. that we carry in stock. agreeable when used in the bath
The Oriental Rug Co., 318 Alder. wooden novelties in artists' material de son. The Christmas services in this de after violent exercise.
Steam engine and magic lantern day; 50 partment. SANBORN, VAIL & CO., nomination will begin Christmas morn
per cent off; piano, 69c; $1 S5 en 170 First street. lng at 5 o'clock A. M., and will continue ALL GROCERS AND DRUGGISTS
Prompt Attention Good Service Quick Delivery
gine will cost you 98c. Clary's The Fair, throughout the day. At the Cathedral of
S29 Washington, near Sixth. the Immaculate Conception, pontifical PAINLESS DENTISTRY
Beck, Jeweler, 207 Morrison. Dia WHERE TO DINE. high mass will be celebrated at 10:30 Dr. Fred Frahn. Dekum bide.
monds, watches and jewelry. Special in o'clock A M., when the celebrant will
"What to eat" solved correctly at the be Archbishop Christie. The choir will be
Full cet teeth, r
Gold crowns. 22K 1
ducements offered for holiday trade. Portland Restaurant, 30a Washington.
John Cran, Hamilton building. Hand
kerchiefs, gloves, linens, etc, for lmme
diate delivery. . OPEN AT NIGHT.
specially augmented for the occasion.
Kortlivrcstern People in New York.
NEW YORK, Dec. 21. (Special.)
& Bridze work. 22 K.
All tho latest appli-
ances for doing perfect
work. .Fred Prehn. The
"Umbrellas, at Fritz Abendroth, jeweler. Dekum. cor. 3d and Washington, Portland;
The John Barrett Company, 134 Sixth Northwestern people registered at New Or,
3U .Morrison st., op. P. O., 207. First st '
C. H. Friendly Is ill at the Good Sa- corner Alder, until after Christmas. York hotels today as follows: Popular Goods Store,
Dry Cor. 3d and Morrison
From Spokane B. J. Sweeney, C, CHAS. T. PREHN, Dentist
F. W. Baltes & Co.. llnotypers. printer. HigB-Gra- Tlano for Kent.
Sweeney and wife, T. R. Sweeney, at th
Sold on easy Installments. Pianos tuned Park Avenue; C. G. Reeder, at the Man
The STORE NOTED for GOOD GOODS at LOWEST PRICES 10 Hamilton, 131 Third Street.
Vitalized air for palnlca extrac-
Wise Bros., dentists, The Falling. and repaired. H. Slnshelmer. 72 Third st. hattan. tions. Oregon pkene Clay 485