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PORTLAND AND SEATTLE Chanber of Commerce
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30 BXP 31 R-Q 3
31 R-Kt 32 R-Q
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36 PXR 37 RX B
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38 R-B 5 39 R-K
39 K-B 2 40 P-Q R 3
40 R-B7 41 P-R 3
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42 RXP 43 K-Kt
43 R-Q 7 44 P-Q R 4
44 P-B 7 ch 45 K x P
45 R-Q 8 46 Resigns.
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THE J. K. GILL CO.
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS
Third and Alder Sts.
Lawn Mowers, ream Freezers, Rubber Hose, Garden Tools, Blue Flame Oil Stoves, Steel Ranges, White Sewing Machines.
GOOD CHEAP HUNT HARDWARE CO., 2d and Morrison
achievements in the history of chess, and his wonderful score has never been surpassed. He lost only one game out of twenty-seven in the recent London tournament. This borders upon the marvelous when we consider the fact that, with the exception of Tarrasch and Charousek, the greatest masters in the world were his opponents. Lasker is a most conservative player, and while his games may not be called brilliant, they all show a machine-like precision and freedom from errors.—Literary Digest.
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Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
The Two Veterans.
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Baggy Trousers or Shabby Clothes
We call for, sponge,'press and deliver one suit of your clothing each week, sew on buttons, and sew up rips, for
$1.00 A MONTH.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO.
347 Washington St.
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1 P-Q 4 2 P-Q B 4
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3 P-K 4 4 P-Q 5
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5 B-Q B4 6 B x B
6 Kt-Kt 5 7 K-R 3
7 P4B 4 8 B-K Kt 5
8 Q-Q 3 9 PxP
9 B x P 10 Castles.
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11 B-Q 3 12 B-R4
12 P-K R 3 13 R-B sa
13 Kt-Q 2 14 Q-K 2
14 Castles. 15 Kt x B P
15 K-Kt 3 16 Kt x R
16 Rx Kt 17 KR-Q sq
17 Kt-Q 2 18 B-K KE 3
18 Q Kt-B 3 19 B-Q 3
19 P-K 5 20 B-Kt sa
20 Kt-R 4 21 Q-Kt 5
21 Kt x B P 22 B x Kt
22 B x Kt 23 Q-B sq
23 B x B ch 24 K x B
24 B-Kt 5 25 K-Q 4
25 Kt-B 3 26 P-Q 6
26 Q-R 4 ch 27 K-Kt sa
27 B-K 7 28 P-Q 7
28 Kt-Kt 5 29 P_Queens ch 29 RX Q 30 RX Rch
30 K-B 2 31 R-B 7 ch
31 K-K 3 32 Resigns.
PORTLAND BOX 714
Rabbitry at 148 East 34 Street.
BREEDERS and DEALERS
In High-Grade Pedigreed
DUKE OF TECK score 95, a long, red, racy son of Champion Dash, greatest prize winner in America. At stud $15.00. Britain Chief at $5.00.
Stock for sale from Britain, Banbury. Yukon, Rockdale, Sir Styles, and other noted strains.
Chess-Slips, A writer on “Chess-Slips and How They Are Caused,” says: “We have on many occasions seen games lost through the conductor of the side where victory fairly brooded allowing himself the pleasure of demonstrating his win to a gentleman at his side. The solace-nay, inspiration—to be derived from a cigar is so well believed that mention of the circumstance only will be necessary, yet how frequently the temporary aberration caused by lighting up' has induced a slip transferring possible triumph to the opposing camp."
Write us your wants—we will start you
right with acclimated stock.
Send 2-cent Stamp for BOOKLET.
The Penalty of Erudition.
A callow youth was placed by his father in the office of the village attorney to study law, at a salary of nothing a week. At the end of the first day's study he came home and his father said: “Tobe, how do you like the law?"
" 'Tain't what it's cracked up to be," he replied. "I'm sorry I learned it "
Cheap for Bait. Some young men from Boston applied to an old fisherman up in the country to see if he could get them some bait. He thought he could, and started off. Three hours afterwards he appeared with a ten-quart pail full of angle worms. The boys were alarmed lest there should not be money enough in the party for such a wealth or bait, but they put on a bold front, and some one asked, “How much do we owe you?" Well, I don't rightly know," answered the old man; "the ground is kinder solid and the worms is far down, and it's been hard on my back to dig 'em; but I've half a mind to go fishin' myself tomorrow, an' if you'll give me half the bait we'll call it square.”
SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
For a Welch rarebit, grate one pound of soft American cheese. Put this into a saucepan with half a teaspoonful of salt, a dash of pepper, a teaspoonful of Worcestershire sauce, two whole eggs beaten until light, with two tablespoonfuls of milk. Stir until the cheese is melted. Pour over slices of hot buttered toast and serve immediately.—July Ladies' Home Journal.
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Individual or Class InstrucSPANISH
tion, Day or Night. LATIN
TERMS—$2.75 a month for one person, one lesson of one hour a week; $1.50 each a month for two or more persons.
What to Eat in Summer. Three months of vegetarianism would do every one good, but since we are not all inclined to such radical changes there is left to us the sensible change to lighter meats, which proves as delightful as beneficial. Lamb, veal, poultry, boiled and broiled ham, bacon, and above all, fish, give a wide range of choice. Fish is the ideal summer meat-food both for health's sake and enjoyment. For hot-weather breakfasts there should always be one dish that has a "snap" to it; something to provoke appetite. This is just the role for delicately-prepared salt-fish dishes (prominently among them haddie), for curries, and other highly seasoned dishes that are not too heavy. Bacon should rarely be left off the breakfast menu.-Ella Morris Kretschmar in the July Woman's Home Companion.
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A popular and witty minister, on ascending the steps of the church one Sunday afternoon, saw an old woman struggling against rheumatism to reach the top of the steps, and at once taking her by the arm he gently assisted her up. On reaching the top she asked him who was to preach. “Oh, Rev. B-," he replied, giving his own name. "Oh, gracious!” exclaimed the old woman, “help me down again. I would rather listen to a man sharpening a saw. Please help me down again. I do not care to go in." The minister was at first inclined to refuse, but the humor of the situation tickled him, and he remarked as he reached the bottom of the steps, “You are quite right, my good woman; I would not go in myself if I were not paid for it."
The Day's Demand. God, give us men! A time like this demands Strong minds, great hearts, true faith and
willing hands, Men whom the lust of office does not kill; Men whom the spoils of office cannot buy; Men who possess opinions and a will; Men who have honor; men who will not lie; Men who can stand before a demagogue And damn his treacherous flatteries without
Tall men, sun-crowned, who live above the
fog In public duty and in private thinking. For while the rabble, with their thumb-worn
creeds, Their large professions and their little deeds, Mingle in selfish strife, lo! freedom weeps; Wrong rules the land, and waiting justice sleeps.
J. G. Holland.
A Quick Diagnosis. One of the anecdotes related by Weir Mitchell in the July instalment of his Century serial, “Dr. North and His Friends, might well be a personal experience of the author's:
I once went to Harrisburg and had to return during the night. The train was crowded. At last, in the stifling, dimly-lighted smoking-car, I found a man asleep across two seats. I awakened him, and saying I was sorry to disturb him, sat down.
After a little he said, "Do you know Dr. Owen North?”
Rather astonished, I said, “Yes."
"He is like all them high-up doctors, I guess. He gets big fees. I want to know.'
"No," said I. “That is always exaggerated. Why do you ask?".
"Well, I've had a lot of doctors, and I ain't no better, and now I haven't much money left."
Upon this my friend confided to me all his
A case of bad health that R.I.P.A.N.S will not bene fit. R.I.P.A.N.S, 10 for 5 cents, or 12 packets for 48 centa may be had of all druggists who are willing to sells. low-priced medicine at a modern profit.
They banish pain and prolong life.
Send 5 cents to Ripans Chemical Co., No. 10 Spruce
A SINGLE ONE GIVES RELIEF
physical woes in detail. We parted before daybreak. It was too dark in the car for either of us to see plainly the face of the otner.
About ten next day the man entered my consulting-room. As I should not have known him, except from a rather peculiar voice, I too, remained unidentified. I could not resist so comic an opportunity. I said, looking at him, "Sit down. You have a pain in your back.” "That's queer. I have." “And you are blind in your left eye, and your digestion is very bad," and so I went on. At last he said: "I never saw a doctor
It scares a man, 'most. Can you cure me?"
I said “Yes," and wrote out my directions. It was really a simple case.
When he produced a well-worn wallet I declined to take a fee, and said, “I owe you for the seat, and the good sleep I disturbed last night."
"Thunder! I see. You were the man. But law! why did you give it away? I'd have sent you the whole township."
...THE... WILLAMETTE CORN CURE
Cleanly Woman. Erroneously Thinks By Scouring Her Scalp
That She Cures Dandruff. Cleanly woman has an erroneous idea that by scouring the scalp, which removes the dandruff scales, she is curing the dandruff. She may wash her scalp every day, and yet have dandruff her life long, accompanied by falling hair, too. The only way in the world to cure dandruff is to kill the dandruff germ, and there is no hair preparation that will do that but Newbro's Herpicide. Herpicide, killing the dandruff germ, leaves the hair free to grow as healthy Nature intended. Destroy the cause, you remove the effect. Kill the dandruff germ with Herpicide.
Rothschild's Maxims. The elder Baron Rothschild had the walls of his bank placarded with the following maxims:
Never appear something more than you are.
Take time to consider, and then decide positively.
Then work hard, and you will be certain to succeed in life.
Boericke 8 Runyon
303 Washington St.
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